I am his sister, I miss him dearly, he was a great person. I have a nephew who is a dupicate of his uncle. he looks just like him, ith the same attitude and looks and I pray God bestoll the basket ball skill on this little one. talk about da ju vue hello to all that remember Billy my Brother
i will always have fond memories of the original "Breakfast Club" at BF. You were so pretty and mild mannered. I will always cherish the connection we had. You were gone at such a young age even before life begins. RIP pretty girl
So beautiful, smart and talented. So sad you have left us too early.
From Lisa Stuckey on February 22nd, 2016
I always wanted to connect with you again. I remember you as my best friend in Elementary School. Sleigh Riding down Warwick, to Jefferson to Maitland Street. And then our wild summer back together as juniors in High School, after I had moved away during Junior High School,. We rented that room and cleaned the other hotel rooms there and worked at Uncle Lou's Pancake House in Wildwood NJ. Do you remember Junebug? That was so much fun. Thanks for making a really speacial memory in my life.
I'm so sorry to hear of your passing. I hope your days were filled with the light and laughter I can remember, that you brought to me and many others. love you Donna.
With our last names beginning with "S", we were seated near eachother in class throughout Whittier school. We protected one another from others more socially adept, and this was our unspoken bond.
From Steven Bookman on September 15th, 2013
Elijah was always to me a gentle soul, who I came to understand in time the bond we shared. All these years later, his memory is still with me. His parents and sister were very much a part of my youth.
Tony had the greatest sense of humor and was always there to help a friend. It was so sad, he left us so young, I'm glad he was able to be at the 10th reunion, even though he was sick then. I miss you Tony..
From Ronnie Taste on September 8th, 2012
It has been a few decades yet I still miss my "little" Bro (who grew to 6' - 2"). Tony didn't get much time, but we sure had some good ones.
Since I'm heading back to California for good now, I'd like to share a photo of him when we were knocking around San Diego together.
Everytime I go out to the East End and drive down Mecox Road I think of the time when we were hanging out there. Sometime many years ago - Senior year in HS (I think) you were driving your brother's Opel. The road took a sharp turn and you went stright into the Privet Hedge. No one was hurt. The Opel's rotating headlights didn't rotate anymore. We laughed until we we cried. You have been missed and remembered. Until then.
My childhood buddy in Whittier.You taught me new dances to the records we would play in your garage, and I helped you with school work. Gone too soon, I will always treasure the memories of my friend BJ.
From Janet Anderson-Hinojosa on October 26th, 2017
You were my best bud in BF in 7th grade. Transitioning to middle school was a little overwhelming and you befriended me and made it bearable. Not to mention your protection of me from those who sought to do me bodily harm.
We had alot of fun times that year! We lost contact in high school but I always remembered your kindness and friendship. I was so sorry to see your name on here. I hope your life was full of joy and love. Rest in peace my friend.
From Sabrina Lambert (Jackson) on April 10th, 2013
Wow Phyllis, I miss you so much! I've known you for over 40 years and you were one of my bff's. We would do laundry on Friday nights over the phone every weekend - deciding if we were going out that night or night (mostly not, too tired after laundry) lol!
I miss you everyday since you've been gone! You would be so proud of your children and grandsons!