In Memory

Donny Mazza

Donny Mazza

April 20, 1944 - Aug 00, 1980

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04/02/09 08:08 PM #1    

Allan Nelson

what happened to him??

05/20/09 05:23 PM #2    

Alan Glatman

what happened to donny?

02/10/10 04:58 PM #3    

Joan Perlmutter (Gelfman-Rosen)

I'm sad to just find out. I dated Donny in H.S. What happened?

03/22/15 05:48 PM #4    

Frank Figueroa

Sorry to hear of Donny's passing, he was a great teammate on the football team.

03/23/15 11:56 AM #5    

Lucille Minichello (Browne)

Donny had always been our sorry. 

lucille minichello browne

03/25/15 09:51 PM #6    

Gus Kourkoulis

Dear Classmates,

Donny was a great athlete, a great teammate and a great leader for all of us. His untimely demise was a shock. Although I am not certain of the cause of death, it is best left alone. You made so many great plays on the football field Donny it is impossible to describe all of them. I do remember the catch along the sideline which was in the Daily News. Incredible!!!  Rest in peace Donny.

03/26/15 04:14 PM #7    

Angela Oxios (Mulcare, Concklin)

Sorry to hear of Donny Mazda passing. A tear drops for every time we lose a classmate. God Bless.

03/26/15 07:29 PM #8    

Robert Allison

Donny has been gone for 35 years.  He passed much, much too early.  I remember celebrating his 16th birthday.  We had him believing we were going to Greenwich Village for a grand celebration when in fact his parents had a surprise Birthday Party planned at home.  Boy was he disappointed.  We ended up having a good time inspite of the change in plans.  He was a dear friend and sorely missed.

03/26/15 09:04 PM #9    

Joel Iskowitz (Ives )

I played in the backfield with Donny.  He was a great player and was one of the Co-Captains of the football team. Donny, Wayne Irby and Richie Salter were "honorable mention" on the all-city squads.  The 1961 yearbook has a "leaping" photo of him in a game and also a photo of him receiving a trophy from coach Joe Consagra.  He sometimes hung out on Bronx River Avenue where I would see him outside school.  Even after all this time away from Monroe HS, (54 years +/-) I recall that he was easy to talk to, fun to be with and, one of those people in your past who you could only say good things about. Unfortunately, he hasn't been around for so many years and didn't live a full life.

Joel (Iskowitz) Ives   

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