Dick, as I remembered him,was refreshingly different in the way his mind worked. He didn't see things the way many others did, politically, culturally - in many ways he marched to a different drummer, and for that he'll also be missed.
I remember "Dick," as he was known "back then" when he first attended P.K. Young School, possibly the 6th grade - not sure of the exact year; what I do remember, he was so "cute," the words we preteens used in grammar school.
Please acceot mysincere condolences; I'm so sorry for your loss.
A grammar school classmate,
Catherine Cocoris Yonke
I wanted to share my condolences on the passing of Mr. Plack. I'll always remember the meticulously detailed, self-built railroad town, magnifying glasses and his laugh. To Jacob and Mrs. Plack, let the good memories comfort you in this time of sadness.
Roger and I were so sorry to hear about your father's passing. We are so grateful for his service to our country. We are praying for all of you.
Jacob sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. We are praying for you, Melissa and all your family that God will bring you'll peace and comfort during this sorrowful time.
Mr. Plack, I will always remember your fabulous meals, beaming smile and thunderous laughter with much fondness, Rest dear child in peace, Tracey Bonin-Burton
You will be missed more than words can express Dad. For selfish reasons I wish you did not have to go. You were the greatest Father that I could of ever asked for and a true best friend that I could always come to when I needed advise. I want to tell you one more time Thank you and I Love You from the bottom of my heart. Most Sincerely, Your Son Jacob.