In Memory

Rudy Teshima - Class Of 1974

For those who were in the 70's Generation of Camp Zama, we just got tragic news that Rudy Teshima passed away this week at home unexpectedly. Rudy was preceded by Joey in death, both much too soon. We will miss him, his joyfulness and fun-loving, devil may care attitude. RIP in Rudy. He leaves behind his mother.

- Post by Fred Esch on February 1st, 2015



 
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02/12/15 07:20 AM #1    

Michele Carrigan (Heppler) (1974)

RIP Rudy!  You were a good friend and neighbor for many many years!

Michele Carrigan Heppler


02/15/15 08:41 AM #2    

Jeff Scott (1974)

Farewell my friend.  Though it was 1969 when I saw you last, you were a great friend I never forgot, and I have many golden memories ouf our times hanging out, playing baseball, and just goofing off.  And yes, you were a sucker for the high outside fast ball :)!  Rest in peace.


06/29/15 04:17 PM #3    

Barbara Ashe (1975)

Rest in Peace, Rudy. You were always such a sweet guy. Say hello to my daughter, Christiana.


09/14/15 10:00 AM #4    

Thomas (Tom) Hall (1975)

This is the guy who stalked the freshman hallway occasionally shaking us (me) down for lunch money, but you know what?, I felt like it an honor!  It seemed Rudi only got to you if you were well-liked by upper classmen.  There was never any physical damage or abuse and it gave me bragging rights amongst my peers (how goofy was that)!  I don't mean to take anything away from Rudi, he provided me with another great memory from my Zama days, and I appreciate him for doing that.  I only regret never having the opportunity to share this with him, which I would have liked to have done.


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