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1952 - 2016 Obituary Condolences
Richard J. Converse II Obituary
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July 21, 2018

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March 19, 2016
Sorry to hear of Dickey's passing, many fond memories of growing up on 5th street. Have a picture from the star gazette when we where 4 and 5 years old riding tricycles up Gates Place. Spending time on the front porch and just hanging out with the crowd.
March 15, 2016
Very sorry to hear this news. Dicky's father was my Godfather and we grew up just around the corner. I remember Dicky and I playing with TV's Radios in his basement! His father was a repair man and gave me more pointers than I can count. His family owned the Red&White grocery store on the corner, just a few houses down from the house. Hey we got free soda....once in a while. :)

We were also in Cub-Scouts and Boy-Scouts together. Before we all grew up and moved on....Dicky and I were very close friends.

Right behind Dicky's house was Elmira College and back in the day before 1969, it was an all girls college. Yea we were young, but Dicky and I use to walk around the campus and we met some of the "ladies" :)

Right next to the store was a Bar (forgot the name) and all the college girls went there. Back then you only had to be 18 to drink. We were close enough to 18... 15, 16...I mean what the heck!

I do have great memories of Dicky and the whole family. The grandfather lived upstairs, Mr. Brunozzi and Uncle Vito and Aunt Marie lived next door.

Great Memories!

You will be missed Dicky!

RIP
March 13, 2016
So sorry to hear this. Many wonderful memories of the Converse family growing up. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family.