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January 30, 2015
I had the honor to be trained by this compassionate Radilologist at St. Mary's Hospital. Dr. Esposito was so kind to me.I Will never for get him. My condolences to the Esposito family.
June 28, 2014
Vince and his family have always been special to me and our family. His older brother Les was part of my life when I attended St. John's Seminary College in Camarillo, CA; and Vince became my roommate for one year during UCLA Medical School. Before that, Dan Lungren, Vince and I went together in his dad's Cadillac to our senior prom. He was a star student and we shared a love for golf. He was an excellent diagnostician and helped me when I became sick in 2005. He always took time to listen and offered good advice, just like his dad. I miss them both and our 50th SAHS reunion brought back wonderful memories of the fun Esposito clan. My prayers, thoughts and best wishes are with his family today and forever as we celebrate his memory.
June 22, 2014
Last Sunday I met Janet for the 1st time and was moved that she attended Vince's 50th HS reunion as his widow when she had never known the sorry lot who were his classmates back then. While Vince and I were both bench warmers on the varsity basketball team at St. Anthony's, I got to know him even better during 4 years of medical school at UCLA. At 4 years removed from HS to have 3 of us from the same HS class attend the same med school was amazing. For 2 years we were in all of the same classes everyday; we had a natural camaraderie that carried over from HS. The 4 med students from Long Beach shared the same cadaver for 2 semesters of gross anatomy; a thin elderly Caucasian man whose body taught us so much [we named him Jackson---why I can't remember]. We held a respectful burial-like ceremony for him the last day of gross anatomy. Vince was one of about 20 single men/women during med school as about 100 of us were married at the time. The 1st few weeks of med school we all naively declared our eventual specialty and I don't think even one of our class of 120 followed through with their preconceived choice. As I recall Vince was going to be a surgeon and, of course, ended up being an outstanding radiologist. I wish I could have reminisced with him at our reunion.
June 20, 2014
To the Esposito Family,
It is hard to believe that it has been a year since Vince's passing and this past weekend (at our 1964 Class Reunion) helped us realize again how important friendships and shared experiences are. Janet, you are a member of the St. Anthony Class of 1964 family and know that you have lots of friends who knew Vince and that care about you and your daughters. For your daughters, it is important that they know that their Dad always stood out from the crowd, stepped up when others were reluctant to do so and led a life of selfless service. From the number of civic, community and educational organizations in which he took a leadership position, it is apparent that Vince was a servant leader. In my opinion, that is by far the very best kind.
We missed him at our reunion this year and wished we could have had one more chance to visit and reminisce about our days at SAHS. He leaves a wonderful legacy of love, of service and of accomplishments.
Rest in God's hands, Vince.
Your friend and classmate,
Ken Miller
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