Mitchell Hochberg

There's no business like show business

Mitchell's versatility encircles LHS: whether he's winning a circle of forensic trophies or earning a round of applause for humorous presentations in school occasional "Sherry" could easily throw Miss Coury and Mrs. Yavelberg into laughter...research-bound, he'll undoubtedly discover new ways to light a smile.

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Mitchell Hochberg




On August 15, 2009 1:45 AM, Anonymous wrote:

I think Mitchell knew the secret language of the halls-- a few of us would walk pass each other and call out 'cheers'. It was a 'cheery' salutation, but it really meant fuck the establishment. My most funny memory of Mitchell is from first grade Harrison Elementary party-- Mitchell poured ketchup in his lemonaide -- and then drank it! It was a moment of pure showmaship. I did love him. mona w. k.

On May 12, 2009 12:34 PM, David Wolff wrote:

I remember Mitchell being in one of my elementary school classes, and he did his ventriloquist act for us at show and tell. Great kid! Sorry to hear that he's gone.

On March 4, 2009 11:22 PM, Marilyn Petrokubi wrote:

I saw him first! Mitchell was MY first date. We went to the Girl Scout Barbecue in 6th Grade up at Debby Strahman's house. Then he took me to the Collins School Fair and spent $3.50 on me! I was so impressed. He was a sweet boy and left us too soon.

On February 27, 2009 3:41 PM, Jan Reisen wrote:

I lost track of Mitchell after high school, but always remembered him as my very first 'date;' We went ice skating at South Mountain Arena in 7th grade.

I always thought we'd be friends forever and think of him often.

On February 27, 2009 4:39 AM, Lynn Hoenig wrote:

Mitchell and Don were in the same Veterinary class of '78 at the University of Pennsylvania. We spent a lot of time together, and thoroughly enjoyed our friendship and many adventures. After Vet School, Mitchell lived in NY and then California, and we moved to Martha's Vineyard and then Maine. However, we would get together and were in contact with Mitchell until he died in 1984. He was a special person, fun to be with and always cheerful. We miss him! Lynn (Kimmel) and Don Hoenig

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