Robert Stone (1966)
Mr Gladstone was my favorite instructor in auto shop in 1964. He was a true gentleman and a wonderful teacher. I remember telling my mom and dad about him and really wanted them to meet him at the first pta meeting. They did meet him and agreed with my feelings. I never had the chance of seeing Mr gladstone after graduating in 1966. This was my loss. I wished now that I would have had a chance to thank him as an adult for the lessens learned, not for just automotive, but in life. he will be sorely missed. Robert Stone
Kathleen Gerold (Lawrence) (1972)
Mr. Gladstone was so handsome that I had a friend ( she remains anonymous ) who back in 1972 would walk down the hallway right past the Auto Maintenance shop just to get a glimpse of him. She would them proceed to fan herself so she wouldn't faint. Ahh the memories.
Anthony Milosek, Jr. (1971)
REST IN PEACE MR GLADSTONE.I WISH I PAID MORE ATTENTION IN YOUR CLASS.
I DO THINK OF YA FROM TIME TO TIME.SO THE MEMORIES LIVE ON.