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July 21, 2018

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September 23, 2016
I'm very sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences to your family. I hope that you can find peace and comfort during this sad time.

Peace,
Sarah (Whalen)
Rachel's roommate at new Paltz
September 23, 2016
In memory of Mark Cort

We know only a small part of another person, but even these small parts can endure in memory and in meaning. My most vivid memories of Mark are not the not the newest but some of the older memories, long ago, when we were growing up, in high school, in Red Hook, and the few years after. I remember Mark as a larger-than-life athlete and as a swell fellow.

As I think of Mark back then, I remember him ambling along the way with Bill Englert or Bill Barringer or one of the other kids. I would watch him and the others play football or basketball or baseball; for me, they were the real thing, real guys who were the best of what I had hoped to be, but lagged so far behind. Always affable, playful, Mark would always greet me and treat me like one of the bigger kids; I never forgot his kindness in his way.

As I write, I can easily remember his voice, his easy manner, and his smiling way. Though many years passed and big gaps spanned whole lengths of time, he saw me once a few years back and made a point to stop and chat; Mark was still the Mark I knew from school.

To everyone in the Cort family and Boyce family, especially to Grace and Patty, please accept my poor condolences from one of the kids who has always very much admired Mark from a distance.
September 22, 2016
Very sorry to hear of his passing. My memories are of a good friend, a good teammate and a good guy. My condolences.

Bill Cunningham, '67
September 20, 2016
Grace, Jesse, Rachael, Rick my deepest sympathies is strong enough to express my sorrow at your loss. May God grant peace and comfort during these times. Ralph will be not only missed by you but also all of his many friends.