Cristobal High School
Cristobal, Canal Zone
Class of 1973
This Page is dedicated to our Classmates, our Families and our Friends who have gone ahead of us... and those who miss them.
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Richmond George Fryer - 2006 (CHS 75)
Brian G. DeRaps - 2007
Least we Forget...
Brian G. DeRAPS, 52, of Odessa, Fla., passed away April 25, 2007. A native of the Canal Zone, Republic of Panama, and a resident of Tampa, since 1973, Brian received his master' s degree from the University of Tampa. He worked for Brighthouse Networks for 27 years. Brain loved golfing, scuba diving and fishing. He was of the Catholic faith and a volunteer at The Springs. His greatest accomplishment in life was that he cherished his loving wife and children. Survivors include his wife, Stacy; children, Breanne, Megan and Derek; mother, Gloria; sister, Cheryl; and many loving family and friends. Donations may be made to The Spring of Tampa Bay, P.O. Box 4772, Tampa, Fl 33677, or Metropolitan Ministries, 2001 N. Florida Ave., Tampa, FL 33602 in memory of Brian.
George Fryer, 50, passed away on the 9th of May 2006. I talked to his brother Jeff the day I got back from sea, and he says he checked into the hospital on the 5th and died a few days later. He left Thelma sitting pretty good financially, and Jeff took the cats, so it sounds like George was able to get things in order before he left this world. Later, Joe.
Gladys Esther Dean Lasher,
April 24, 1920, to Ira P. and Elizabeth Dean in Overview, Pennsylvania. She
attended school there and graduated form Enola High School after which she
attended Wheaten College. In 1938 she married Glenn Lasher and they moved to the
Canal Zone where she was very active in the Gatun Civic Council, Margarita
Baptist Church and later the Coco Solo Community Church. She worked in the Gatun
Library, Coco Solo Library and Fort Davis Library.
Louis J. Fattorosi, 76, of Lakewood, N.J. died on May 1, 2004 at Ocean Medical Center, Brick, N.J. He taught high school before moving to the Canal Zone in 1952. There he taught at Cristobal High School and Florida State University, Canal Zone branch. He was President of the Teachers Union from 1974 to 1978. He retired from the Canal in 1978 after leading a spirited opposition to the U.S. government turnover of the Canal Zone to Panama.
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