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It has been reported that Stuart recently lost his battle with cancer.



 
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09/18/15 07:00 PM #1    

Greg Mangiapane

I am so sorry to hear about this - I was never close to Stuart but I always liked him, we were always in the same class since 2nd grade at Dennis Avenue Elementary school, and his house was only a few blocks from mine.  I always sort of looked up to him, he was always smarter than me, had better grades, was more liked by the teachers and his fellow students - I always felt inferior to him, if that makes any sense.  Kids, that's what we were, but I admired him.  Like so many of our classmates, he was a great person.  My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Greg Mangiapane

 

 


09/18/15 08:30 PM #2    

Linda Antoniel (Harris)

I too am sorry to hear about Stuart. We attended the same elementary school and of course all the girls thought he was cool and cute. I remember him as being smart, a good student, a leader and a nice guy

09/18/15 10:25 PM #3    

Sheri Morris (Weisgerber)

I'm so sorry to hear this. May he rest in peace.

 


09/19/15 12:09 AM #4    

Sharon Gnatt (Winer)

I was saddened to hear about the passing of Stuart Plitman. He was my first boyfriend for about a minute, in 8th grade at Sligo Jr. High, till he took back the ring and moved on to greener pastures. I remember him as a really nice, smart, handsome guy, and I extend my sympathies to his family and friends.


09/19/15 08:31 AM #5    

Robert Parker

I will always remember Stuart as the fastest swimmer at our Wheaton Haven pool. I watched him win many swim meets. He will be greatly missed.


09/19/15 11:04 AM #6    

Andrea Blake

I was the worst swimmer on the Wheaton Haven team, but it was worth the humiliation and those chilly, early-morning practices just to watch Stuart glide across the pool in his Speedo. At Sligo, Stuart stood out as a man in our midst -- a sweet and gentle man. Sharon, you are so lucky you got to be his girlfriend, even for a minute! Rest in peace, Stuart. A lot of people are thinking about you.


09/19/15 12:21 PM #7    

Brenda Coffman (Graninger)

Brenda Coffman Graninger 

 

I am from the class of 71. I was so sadden and shocked to have first read about Stuart in the death notices in the Post  I had a crush on Stuart at  NHS and for a while.  My deepest condolences to his family. What a wonderful guy you were Stuart. ❤️


09/19/15 01:22 PM #8    

Antonio Magri

Stuart may your soul rest in peace!!! Condolences to your family.


09/20/15 09:54 PM #9    

Ron Reed

Very sorry to hear of Stuart's passing.

On Jan. 24, 1969, Springbrook's highly ranked boys basketball team was scheduled to play at Northwood.  It was our junior year.  I was home that evening, sick as a dog with the flu and unable to play.  Stuart replaced me, and by all accounts, he played the game of his life, as Northwood routed Springbrook, 90-75.  I know this because after the game, the team came to my home and presented me with a brand new game ball, with the date and score written on it.  I didn't score a point, wasn't even at the game, but I got the game ball, which I still have today.  I've thought about that ball many times.  I haven't seen Stuart in decades, and I don't know whether he also got a game ball that night.  If I ever had the chance, I was planning on giving him the one I have...he deserved it!


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