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East Rochester Class Reunions

 Class Dates Information Contact

Class of 1944:
Nick Verzella:

Class of 1959
Carl Tobin:  or (585) 526-6120.

Class of 1961
Sam Morabito:
Bob Tobin:

Class of 1965
Fred Ricci:

Class of 1973:
Rosanne Fabi: 
Wayne Petti:

Class of 1980:
Jane Aloisio Shebert:

Class of 1984:
Kristen Young Adler:
Matt Murabito:

Class of 1985:
Dori Pallini Stathopoulos: 

Class of 1990:
Christi Sciarratta Whitman:



 Class of 1990 

“Always remembering Carlee Schwartz and praying for Kirk Johnston”



Bob and Bobby Hill Fire Relief

In the early morning hours of August 16th, 2014, there was a devastating fire at the home of Bob and Bobby Hill in Anchorage, Alaska. Bob (Class of 1964) and Bobby are regular attendees at the Sam Urzetta Alumni Classic. Bobby, a bit of a celebrity in Anchorage, was honored at our most recent tournament. 

To learn more about how you can help, please visit the GoFundMe campaign that was created on Bob and Bobby's behalf. 

Here is a link to the news coverage of the fire; In the video, Bobby is seen holding up a partly burned “East Rochester Home of Champions” t-shirt. It was one of his only possessions to survive the fire.