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Marc Stahl (Bob Ancona) - Year Entered 1971

Marc Stahl (Bob Ancona)

Message from Wayne Mitchell, church pastor


Subject: Bob Anona


Hello Church Family,

 I am sorry to report that Bob Ancona passed away this morning at 8:50. Please keep Edit and Sam in your prayers. 

It is the Lord’s mercy that Bob did not linger or suffer any longer, but it is a great loss to those who love him.




The message that was posted here has been deleted at the request of Mrs. Edit Ancona.

A replacement will be posted at some future date.


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08/09/19 04:22 PM #1    

Stuart Segall (1972)

Marc was in my dorm my freshman year.  We got along well. he was soft spoken and never asked for anything. I amused him with my opposite personality.  Nothing but good memories of a gentleman.  

08/09/19 10:46 PM #2    

Todd Rockhold (1970)

Marc was in my dorm the year before Stuart Segall arrived.  He taught me some speech shorthand, as in:

Interlocutor one: Jeet?

Interlocutor two: No.  Jew?

Interlocutor one: No.  Squeet.

A hint for native speakers of the English language who are not from New York City so are accustomed to speaking a bit more slowly than that, so may need one: that conversation tended to occur at about 5:30 PM when the cafeteria in the student center was open for dinner.

Marc also played a creditable "Classical Gas" on his guitar, as I recall.

Very likeable person, as Stuart noted.

09/22/19 12:28 PM #3    

Henry Sturcke (1970)

Sorry to hear this. Yes, Marc was a great guitarist. We appeared together in the FOT fun show in Squaw Valley -- we did Country Roads (Take Me Home). Margie Taylor (also no longer with us) and Ginny Ritenbaugh (Speaks) sang as well. Great quartet.

And Marc dragged me along to the Ice House, a great coffee house in Pasadena. Bob Staines, the manager, treated us very kindly. John Stewart sang that evening.

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