In Memory

Richard Ellashek

Speaking on behalf of many of us who worked on the 50th Reunion, Rich was truly a

South HIgh Warrior!  

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27/03/17 05:01 PM #1    

Russell Hammond

Rich you truly were a South High Warrior. You will be missed by all. Prayers for your family. May God Comfort them in this time of loss.

27/03/17 08:28 PM #2    

George Paree

Richard and me (they incorrectly taught us to say Richard and I at Sheridan) were classmates from 1st through 12th grade.  I don't remember if he was in my kindergarten class, but I don't believe he was.  Rich was a true South High Warrior and the most popular guy in the Class of 1965.  I was shocked to learn of his abrut and untimely death.  Losing a peer makes you grasp your own mortality by the tigers tail.  You see, God is prankster who condems everyone to death at the instant of conception.  Richard was no exception.  I have added a you tube link, please copy and paste the link into your browser.  This one is from me to you Rich.

Fare Thee Well My friend,

George Paree

27/03/17 08:43 PM #3    

George Paree

One more you tube in remembrance of Rich and of Youngstown.


George Paree

28/03/17 11:31 AM #4    

Gwen Morrison (Hllston)

Richard was a person that always took time to say Hi when we were in the hall or at a dance!  I will always remember how when looking for graduates he visited my father inorder to get my married name and address! He was a person that will be missed!  My heart goes out to his Family!  Gwen Hilston

28/03/17 04:07 PM #5    

Barbara Southerland (Logan)

Enjoyed having Rich as a classmate and friend. Sending prayers out to his family and all that loved him.

29/03/17 08:23 AM #6    

Sue Mallery (Dutko)

A  wonderful person. He made you feel popular even if you weren't. He will be greatly missed!!! Too bad I can't tell him this in person! Those of us still here need to remember to tell our friends and families how much we appreciate them!!


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