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November 14, 2013
I had Mr.Conti in high school whilein vocational. He was a nice man.
November 14, 2013
My name is PJ Murphy (Don Murphy's son). I have great memories of working with "Tony" alongside my Dad from 1970 to 1982. We built 2 houses each summer..as soon as school let out we started,My Dad,Tony,brother Michael and me. Tony use to bring fresh fruit and vegetables to the work site everyday for luch. He and I would gang up on my Dad and we'd have a great time.His greatest line ..and I still remember and can hear him saying it .."Don, ya got a minute, take a look at this". He adored his family...RIP my friend.
November 13, 2013
I second Mr. Welchs coment. He was a Great Man. I will always remember how he made sure we knew the importance that the car windows need to be kept clean. I still do. Loved him as a teacher. 73-75
November 12, 2013
Mr. Conti was my mathematics teacher in the Mill Carpentry course at Taconic High School from '75 to '78. He knew how to keep us all laughing and learning at the same time. When it came to quality teachers, Mr. Sampson, Mr. Murphy and Mr. Conti were the Tri-Fecta. Thank you for everything I learned gentlemen. What you gave me has served me well every day of my life for the last 35 years.

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