Penelope Rabin (Fletcher)
Nancy and I were really, really good friends for about two years- sophmore and junior I think- and used to spend the nights at each other's houses. She lived in Elberon I think and both our parents knew we smoked long before other parents knew about it. We got in a lot of trouble together. Great friends, we were not good influences on each other! One time, I snuck vodka out of my dad's vodka bottle and filled it with water and we took the vodka to othe Mayfair Theater with a group of girls and I got really, really sick afterwards in the Rock-o-Plane. If you remember how small the cages were, you can imagine how mad they got at me!
Nancy & I married young, after high school, moved to New York City for a few years. Worked with her father in a cosmetic company he owned while attending Queens College at night. Moved back to New Jersey & settling on Dwight Dr off Logan & Deal Rd. Divorced in 1973. Nancy remarried Sheldon Siegel & had a daughter, Aiiison in 1974 who recently married Chris Tallarico of Long Branch. Nancy passed away January 17 2005 & Sheldon died Dec 2011. My second wife, Donna, passed away in 1993 & I was left with a 10 & 7 1/2 yr old boys , a house & kids to handle along with a liquor store I purchased in 1989. So my time was pretty much occupied. But it all managed to work out. My older son has 3 children, my daughter Karen Aria with 2 children & my youngest son John recently married & Joseph is at home. I can still picture the first time I met Nancy in eight grade. What a beautiful girl. I was one of a selected few door monitors holding the doors open when recess & lunch was over & I spotted her immediately & continued seeing her through 9 & 10 grades until she moved to NYC. Reconnected with her after junior year & visited her in NYC then after high school we got serious & married in Jan 1964. Her parents did not appreciate it at the time but it worked out eventually with them.
Holly Huntington (Rock)
Steven, you and Nancy were a couple we knew would marry one day, when we were in school...you were the Foz of the bus ride to school ...so handsome...sounds like you ended up with quite a wonderful family. May Nance RIP.
What I recall about Nancy was how pretty and adventurous she was.