In Memory

Marc Shore



 
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09/20/12 03:25 PM #1    

Alan Duke

Submitted by Toni Stokes Edit | Delete
Marc was my first boyfriend. In the first grade we would meet in the cloak room and kiss during class. I love you Marc.
Submitted by Karen Goodman Kennedy Edit | Delete
Marc lived next door to me on Spaulding. He helped me out on many an escapade. I remember when he took his famly station wagon, without parental permission - of course, then couldn't get it back into the garage...all the while his parents were fast asleep. My dad got it back into the garage and none was the wiser. What a loss!!!
Submitted by phil savenick Edit | Delete
I heard that Marc dropped dead while jogging, left behind a couple of young sons. I guess exercise isn't as healthy as they said. He is fondly remembered.
Submitted by Jeff Wald Edit | Delete
Marc and I were good freinds. He participated in our Norman Newsreel commercials and had a very dry sense of humor. He was also known as "Blue Magoo" on CB radio. Unfortunately, he was a chain smoker (Camel Cigarettes) when I met him and that habit may have contributed to his untimely death. I will miss him.

 


09/17/14 11:39 AM #2    

Lon Levin

He was on the track team with me. He always seemed so fit and healthy. And anyone who was sucking face with Toni Stokes in the 1st grade has my sincere respect!. RIP


09/24/14 04:31 AM #3    

Charlene Falk (McNally)

I was an East Coast transplant and Junior in Señor Guttierez's Spanish class when I first met Marc and became the object of his merciless flirting and penetrating gaze.  We went to a party together which turned out to be boring, so we left early.  Not one to waste an opportunity, Marc swept me off to Mulholland in his green Triumph Spitfire for my first French kiss.  I'll always remember you Marc. 


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