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Name : Joe McGivney (joe.mcgivney@ssmb.com)
What John Sbarbaro Taught Me By Joe McGivney A grouper sandwich is best served with melted cheddar cheese. Radar detectors really work. The Grass Roots are an underrated rock band. A convertible is the choice in a rental car, partly because you can leave the top down in a rainstorm. A 3-cent kazoo is one of the best investments that money can buy. You should never tell the truth while playing "Liar's Poker". The Star Spangled Banner is usually sung in less than a minute and a half. You can win money each Super Bowl with this knowledge. Brooklyn dart players can win championships in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Alligator strips are tasty, a bit like chicken. The Scrotum Valley Ducks football team should not have been underestimated. Grounding your golf club in a sand trap costs a stroke, even if you have placed the ball on a tee. Some people have more than two nipples. Don't draw to an inside straight in a poker game. If you do, and you make the straight, clean out your opponent. Being a NY Mets fan is a full time, year round job. A man with a receding hairline still can need a headband. Good hands are more important than speed in a receiver. Heart is more important than good hands in a football player. Friendship may start on a football field but it spans time and space and lasts forever. #80 - Goodbye, my dearest friend - #38
Name : Tun's Libations vet
Only vets of the Tun's LiBation's group can really understand this 38 told 13 who told 65 who told 66 who found out from 44 who didn't kow if 10 knew about 80.this is how close we were.Johnny(80) will never be forgotten.My heart felt condolenses to Judy and the entire Sbarbaro family.
Name : Juan Becerra ( #64)
Coach, thanks for all the great memories. U will always bring a smile to my face when I think of all the fun we had on and off the field. Thanks, u will always be in my heart
Name : CHESTER T. PURVIS
MY DEEPEST SYMPATHY GOES OUT TO THE FAMILY OF JOHN S. I HAVE ONLY HAD A PLEASURE OF BEING COACHED BY JOHN FOR A FEW YEARS BUT HE WAS A GREAT INSPIRATION TO ME AS WELL AS ALL OF THE REST OF THE FELLOWS WHO CAME FROM THE EAST NEW YORK SECTION OF BROOKLYN. LET GOD GIVE US THE STRENGTH TO GET THROUGH THIS HORRIBLE FATE, AND NOT FORGET WHAT THIS MAN INDEED WHAT HAVE WANTED ALL OF US TO BE AND TO BECOME. PLEASE NOT LET ALL OF US WAIT FOR ANOTHER NEGATIVE OCCURANCE BE WE ALL UNITE AGAIN TO SHOW OUR LOVE THAT WE HAVE FOR EACH OTHER. THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS! CHESTER PURVIS, EDWIN LOPEZ, FRANCISCO THEN, RICHARD SANCHEZ, AND CHARLIE ORTIZ.
Name : Dino Secondino and family
I found this loving tribute through the Cantor Fitzgerald memorials. I must say, as a fellow Brooklynite, although I did not know John, after reading some of the entries in your remembrance book, I can feel his energy, humor, love, and inspiration he has had on all of those he touched. There is not one day that passes that I do not think about all the souls that were lost on that tragic day, but in the greater scheme of our mortal life, it is God's gain to have someone like John gracing HEAVEN.... May the good Lord grant you comfort in the years to come and may John's spirit always be with you all, to guide you through the winding road's of your lives.....
Name : Matt Berkhout (Bugout)
Dear Judy, I wanted to thank you for staying those few extra hours at my birthday party on the third. Had you not stayed, I may not have gotten the pleasure of that adult conversation with you, and that last childish one with John. Its times like those; sometimes talking, while others playing volleyball which I remember of Johnny. But no matter the activity, time with him only meant one thing: FUN! The two of you being at our parties meant so much, you will never know it. I want to thank you again for your great attendance, because a great friendship was built upon it. Although John will certainly be missed dearly every year, I hope you will continue to come. God Bless. With All My Love and Condolences, Matt
Name : Mary "Civille" Thomas
Today I just thought I would drop in on BR.com to see what was happening. It has been almost 30 yrs since I lived in Bay Ridge, I now live in Ohio with my own family. I visit the site to stay close to my childhood memories, especially now. I came across the OLA Alumni bulletin board and began to read. There I saw the name of John Sbarbaro and I thought to myself ... how many John Sbarbaro's from OLA could there possibly be. I posted there, only to later come across another post from Kathy on the WTC message board. That led me to this site and all my questions were sadly answered. It was then that I knew that this was my friend Beth's brother Johnny whom I had such a crush on as a pre-teen (he was sooooo cute). Seeing the photos of Beth and all the family brought great sadness and a flood of memories back to me. The tears streamed down my face. I had wondered if I knew anyone in those towers, I know I have cried at least one tear for each person that lost their life that horrible day. A few years back when I learned of Beth's passing from Barbara P. I was deeply saddened then too, since we shared so many childhood memories together and also went through school at OLA together. I have fond memories of the Sbarbaro house & basement ... me, Beth and Barbara did alot of singing down that basement, ocassionally to be teased by the boys and their friends. (We thought we were the Supremes.) And it was there where I got hooked on my first after school soap operas! Those were the days. To you Mrs. Sbarbaro and all the rest of the family I can only say that the world shares your pain and grieves with you. Know that I do think of you at times when I think back on the good old days. Stay strong and keep the memories alive. Good job Kathy on this wonderful tribute to your brother, it had to be difficult for you. It's hard for me to imagine you "all grown up" now.
Name : Jim Pappas
I went to Xaverian with Johnny and have great memories of hanging out together. I heard the sad news from John Pensabene. I remember Johnny as a good guy witha rea sense of humor. Also a good athlete. I was from the St Anselm group. Unfortunately the last time I saw him was at another funeral, for our friend John Awn. My deepest sympathies go out to the Sbarbaro family and all of Johnny' friends.
Name : Delphina Rangel
My condolence of sympathy and prayers for you and your family. From a Texan Delphina Rangel delphina@computron.net
Name : I didn't know him personally, but I care-
I hope I have not intruded upon your private page. I have been consumed with learning as much as I can about all those whose lives were cut short by terromism. God Bless your family and friends. God Bless the US. Kris Albeck Oklahoma City, OK
  
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