*In Memory*

Gregory Sutherland

Gregory Sutherland

November 30 ,2017

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12/10/17 02:29 PM #14    

Joseph Gois

RIP my friend. Prayers to your family.  It has been a journey since our days at NHS playground, basketball, football, classrooms and Keuka Lake to the halls of EHS.  You will be forever missed.

12/11/17 03:57 PM #15    

Ronald E. Allison

I remember Sudsy as a quiet guy but  he knew how to play basketball.

Let me take you back to March 20,1965

East High was playing Lyons for the Section V championship  10 seconds left in the game

Four East High players lined up shoulder to shoulder as Sudsy set up to toss the ball back in.

Suddenly Jerry LeBarron ,who was on the end of the line surrounded by Lyons defenders caught 

his man flatfooted and dashed down the court. Sudsy flipped the ball 3/4 the length of the court,, LeBarron

took it on the run and put it in the for the deciding bucket . East High first and only Sectional title in basketball.

RIP my friend





12/12/17 08:57 AM #16    

Robert A. Sullivan

I am sorry I lost touch with Sudsy. I cannot remember the last time I saw him - probably right after high school. I remember him as a happy go lucky guy who always had a smile on his face. Many have mentioned his basketball prowess. From my perspective, I can think of only one phraze to define his BB skills - smooth as silk. RIP my friend.

12/12/17 09:49 AM #17    

Linda Rowe (Wilson)

My thoughts and prayers are with Sudsy's family and friends. He was a remarkable person, athlete, and friend who will be missed. I will cherish the memories.

12/12/17 10:26 AM #18    

Michael P. Mulcahy

I had the fortune of visiting with Sudsy about ten years ago.He had come back to Corning quietly for a family funeral.I tracked him down at the lake where he was staying with his father.I went over to his father's cottage and Sudsy and I sat on the outside porch and visited for about three hours.We covered every subject you could cover.It was a special time to hook up with him after not seeing him since graduation.Sometime in our conversation we discussed all the right decisions we made but also talked the the bad ones we made as we headed down life's crooked road. To this day I reflect back on that day from time to time and think of how much value that moment had.I guess I could sum it up as Sudsy was a neat guy who as we would say in those days,"He did his own thing" Rest in peace Sudsy and above all keep doing your thing

12/12/17 04:27 PM #19    

Robert Merrow

Rip Sudsey.  Great person.

12/12/17 07:02 PM #20    

Darla Denniston (McIntosh)

So sorry to hear of Sudsy’s passing. Prayers for the family. 

12/13/17 11:44 AM #21    

Phyllis A. Griffiths (Lewis)

Sad to hear.  Prayers for his family. 

12/16/17 10:58 AM #22    

Dottie Reed

So sorry to hear of the loss of Greg, what a great guy and he will be missed, Dottie

01/04/18 08:27 PM #23    

Linda Fratarcangelo (Laudenslager)

It’s taken me quite a while to gather my thoughts about Sudsy. He recently was in my thoughts and I tried to look him up in several social media outlets. But, no surprise, couldn’t find him. Unbeknownst to me, I should have been praying for him as he was struggling with the dreaded disease. When I found out he had passed I was sick at heart. He was always in my heart but his mama thought I wasn’t right for him. Well, years later when we met at the lake, she said she was so sorry that she kept us apart. Seems I finally met with her approval. Well, we did have an “encounter” several years later and I hold those moments close and keep them as precious memories. Rest In Peace Greg. I only wish things had worked out differently. God Bless and Keep You.

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