In Memory

Frank Tuhy

Frank Tuhy

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06/15/20 07:18 PM #1    

Dennis Brodkin

Ironcally, just last month  Frank posted an update to our quarterly Rutgers Magazine alumni column and he sounded so positive and upbeat about his new medical treatment. I'm terribly saddened by this news.

I have very fond memories of Frank and our WHS days. I saw less of him at RU as our majors took us in different directions.

May he rest in peace.

06/15/20 07:46 PM #2    

Norman Kline

Sorry to read the news about Frank. We were friends throughout high school and I would occasionally cross paths with him at Rutgers, after which we sadly lost touch.  I remember Frank warmly as being funny and smart.

I was aware from his Rutgers alumni posts that he had been ill for some time but was hopeful to learn from him that he was defying the long survival odds of this aweful disease.

My sincere condolences to his family. It is apparent from his obit that he had a loving family and a rewarding life. 

As they say in French, May his memory be a blessing.


06/15/20 09:22 PM #3    

Mark Winograd

Saddened to hear about Frank's passing. 

May his memory be a blessing.

06/16/20 02:35 PM #4    

Dan Witkowsky

Frank’s entry in my 1961 Baronet said it best: 


Lots of luck to a good friend and pal and fellow sufferer

in Chemical Bond Approach chemistry.


Thanks for the memories, good friend and pal.  You’re missed!

06/17/20 10:20 AM #5    

Buddy Owens

So sorry to learn of Frank's passing.  I know he will be missed.

06/17/20 01:45 PM #6    

Alice Taylor

So sorry to hear of Frank's passing.  He was a scholar, a gentleman, a friend.  I offer my prayers and condolences to his family.  He will be missed by many.

06/18/20 03:28 PM #7    

Susan Burrows (Kozo)

I am so sorry to hear about Frank's passing.  I remember him as a smart, kind, and friendly classmate.  My thoughts and condolences go to his family.

06/19/20 04:13 PM #8    

Evelyn Kantor (Olson)

I remember Frank fondly, my deepest sympathy to his family.

06/21/20 01:05 PM #9    

Richard Totin

Fortunately Frank and I reconnected at our 50th reunion. He Jan, Pat and I Visited each other's homes for 7 to 10 days, enjoying each other's wine cellars and company. In 2018 we vacationed in San Juan for 10 wonderful days. During the last 4 years Frank valiantly and successfully battled Pancreatic Cancer. Other than the last 5 months one would not susoect any malady.  We called each other about twice a month sometimes commizerating about our health challanges. He helped encourage me through the amputation of my right leg in 2019. His jovial attitude and silly jokes will be missed. His intelligence and skill set helped guide AT&T through some difficult times.  After retirement he took a position with a .Com startup in California. That is where he developed an educated wine pallet.  (Hard not to when you dine with people like Robert Mondavi). I call Jan frequently it reassures both of us. Frank,  Bon Voyage on your final journey.

         Love Rick.



















08/01/20 09:34 PM #10    

Thomas Weinberg

I was saddened to learn about Frank's passing. He was such a great guy. My sympathy goes out to his family.

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