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March 11, 2018

Some thoughts about growing up as his younger brother. He was my role model growing up. We practiced the high jump and hurdles in the back yard. Many Wiffle ball games in the back yard. Early morning workouts for the half mile at 6am with my father before school. Many...

March 1, 2018

I knew Eric since grade school and always thought of him as a super individual that I liked alot from day one. He was friendly kind, funny, loyal and generous. In the summer of '68 Eric , Jim McCullough and I worked together at The Shenorock Shore Club. I was a lifegua...

February 24, 2018

Eric and I played mixed doubles at Coveleigh Club on the weekends. We couldn't win a game. After one game 6/0 6/0 I was so discouraged I went to Shungut Marina & bought a boat. That was my calling, thanks Eric. I will miss our times together.

February 24, 2018

Reading some of the other memories about being a big Garnets booster or not being so handy with tools rings a bell, but it turns out Eric was also a consummate pro as a lifetime public servant. After decades away from Rye, I got to reconnect with Gail and Eric at 67 re...

February 24, 2018

Eric and Gail were my brother Terry’s favorite people in the world. Eric was the brother that Terry never had and he was closer to Gail than he was to any of his sisters. They probably knew and understood him better than anyone else. No visit to the East Coast was wort...

February 23, 2018

When I think of Eric, one specific image of him pops into my brain. I was at a party at Karena Somerville’s parents home some time in the 70’s. There was either a sauna or steam room off of the kitchen, and Eric came walking out of it wearing a tee shirt, shorts and a...

February 23, 2018

I can remember my Dad taking me and my brothers to every track meet, wherever he ran.  Eric was a true Rye Garnet star.

R.I.P. Cuz

February 23, 2018

I will always remember Eric with a smile on his voice. Always happy to see you. One more good guy down. RIP Eric

February 23, 2018

What can I say... the Langeloh's were my second family. I spent so much time at their house I knew every family member, all the cousin's, nieces and nephew's being born, countless hours in the living room with the entire family. All so close, and all engaged and involv...

February 22, 2018

Grew up with him @ Milton School. He was always a happy boy. I believe my brothers were friendly with him also. I didn't know him as a adult, as I left Rye when I was 13. But I remember his kindness. So sorry for your loss. Linda Zwicke

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