In Memory

Hamilton (Hammy) Wishnoff - Class Of 1964

Hamilton passed away on September 25th at the age of 71. He was the President of the Class of June, 1964 and was active in numerous activities and organizations throughout the school.

Hamilton is survived by his wife Alana, his daughter Deena, his granddaughter Ava, his sister and two brothers.



 
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09/29/17 01:41 PM #7    

Francine Gordon (Phillips) (1964)

So very  sorry to hear of his passing. I have may good memories of our times spent in may school and off site group, Rest in Piece my sweet fried. Condolances to the family. May this New Year be a better one for All of us.


09/30/17 05:59 PM #8    

Susan Kohout (Tubbesing) (1964)

I'm so sorry to hear about Hammy. He was a very nice guy. My sincere condolences to his family and loved ones.


10/01/17 05:58 AM #9    

William Blessing (1964)

The word "great" is so overused both in general conversation and the media.  It should be reserved for those like Hammy Wishnoff'.  There is little I can add to what has been said.  Hammy was a great classmate, friend, teammate and president.  May he rest in peace.  My sincerest condolences to his family and many friends. 


10/02/17 11:59 AM #10    

Clayton Allan Langwell (1964)

So long Hammy , you were a credit to our class of '64. My condolences to your family.


10/03/17 07:24 AM #11    

Stanley Sulak (1964)

So sorry to hear about Hammy.  I remember him well as an outgoing, friendly guy. My condolences to his family.


10/05/17 10:22 AM #12    

Dean Kerhulas (1964)

So sorry to hear of my friend Hammy's passing. We were good friends in school, on the football team and talked and had lunch together the past 10 years. You can finally rest in peace Hammy.


10/05/17 01:26 PM #13    

Cheryle Lotsoff (Miller) (1964)

I was so very sorry to learn of Hammy's passing. I remember him as a warm and friendly person. In my memory he will always remain young and handsome as he was the last time I saw him when he was 18. My heart goes out to his family for their loss.

10/06/17 06:35 AM #14    

Michael Mosconi (1964)

SO SORRY TO HEAR  THAT  HAMILTON WISHNOFF   HAS  LEFT  US.     HE  WAS  A VERY GOOD

PERSON...............ONE THAT  WE  ALL WILL REMEMBER  FOREVER.

MY  CONDOLENCES  GO TO HIS FAMILY.     MAY  HE REST  IN PEACE WITH  GOD'S  GRACE.

MICHAEL  MOSCONI


10/06/17 07:40 AM #15    

Edward Weinberg (1964)

Hammy, rest in peace...our condolences to his family and  to a great guy...he treated me well..we could talk, and as a result some of his mentoring helped me get through some rough times at Austin.

Just a great guy..may we say a vesholom in Jewish.

Ed


10/08/17 01:58 PM #16    

James Agin (1963)

Having spent only my final year at Austin I didn't know Mr. Wishoff well. However, from the outpouring and very kind words of his friends and classmates I realize that he must have been a great person and a hell of a guy. We only have the memories we leave behind when we're gone and obviously Hamilton left many with only happy and fond memories. I wish that I'd the opportunity to have known him but look forward to the day when we're all together again on the other side tossing a ball around and knowing true happiness. RIP Hamilton.


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