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April 23, 2014
Gregory Dudko was remembered at Aggie Muster on Monday April 21, 2014. I had the honor of lighting his candle. Aggie Muster is held each year on April 21-in places all over the world. It is a time when we honor those who have passed in the previous year. -Susan S. '79
January 26, 2014
It has been many decades since I saw Greg the last time - not since the family moved to Hastings from Broadway, Valley Stream, NY. I have thought of him on occasion for we played together as children. Our yards bordered each other. I think of him today again while looking online for information on the game mumbly peg which we played together in our own version in the dirt of our yards. We also played our own version of marbles in the dirt of the family's backyard. We hit the marbles into a hole in the dirt and marked distances in the dirt with our index and middle fingers and inscribed arcs with our outstretched fingers while placing our thumbs on the ground. Greg and Steven were expert climbers of the crab apple tree in the corner of their yard. They would climb almost to the top. When I tried, I got stuck with fear on the first branch and needed help to get down. There was a small log cabin in their yard next to our lattice fence which Greg and Steven and Alice and others would climb to get onto the cabin. An old wooden swing set stood parallel to the same fence on which Greg and Alice and I and other neighbors swung. And Jan could do a wicked double dutch with us kids in the driveway. We had so much fun, and I always considered Greg fearless for climbing up the apple tree so far. It is a very long time ago, but I have these memories of which Greg was a part and they are only positive ones. I am very sorry to read of his passing and at such a young age. I offer my condolences to the family and am sorry to have come upon this event so late. May your good memories be a source of comfort and strength. Sincerely, Diana Ihmann, Valley Stream, NY

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