Tony Messenlehner Tribute

Anthony seems like he had a very bright and promising future, but God had another plan for him. What we have missed, the angels have seen.

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tremen- t h e i r up (laugh- three Die This the at en- Tribute To Tony Messenlehner Editor, The Daily R e c o r d : This I t - t i e r Is being w r i t t e n to give t r i b u t e a n d duo re- spect to Tony Mfssenl(?hrier, MI ES-SC s t u d e n t , and friend. w]io Imil nn misittiEible desire lo learn e v e r y t h i n g in l i f e - - t[in'\r(rit's- nnd r e a l i t i e s , a n d , win), K ' i r i f j nji Uie b r i n k of r ^ H p i n g a harvest of MUTC.SS f r o m slu-or hard work, was ripped m i l i m H y f r o m rife. A n y m i e t l i a t knew Tuny COM Id se L-, i) n i\\\ y mo e t i n g, n happy sense of urgency to be doing s o m e t h i n g always, in his eyes. One almost had to liohl Tony lo be alile to t a l k to l i i t n . Tliere was always something to be done. M a n y people saw h i m in campus activities: As the jov- ial Italian singer and merry- maker who stole the show in "Most Happy "Kelta," as a sen- oiu and dedicated singer (or the college chorus, as n report- er for the college p a p e r -- r u s h - ing hack and f o r t h to Th Dally Record where (he proofs for the paper were sc p anried by him with t h a t same sense of urgency and perfection. One can go on and on about his extra-curricular activities, lie had a love for music and. us a bassist played around the college, w i t h Jazz groups, nnd for several groupi at resorts in I he summer. Tony even sans, played n n d danced in .skits p e r f o r m e d in ihe sorts where ho worked as a waller. Dm more t h a n a c t i music, .sinking; acting and w r i t i n g 1 was Tony's probing m i n d , lit- lias an (.insatiability ! k n o w Ihe t r u t h of and t h e r e a l i t i e s w o u l d h n v e been itn K n g l i s l i l e a r n e r his profession, and loved n r n o n g s t his students. would have been a ^ood par- ent, and il is, indeed, u t t e r tragedy for his fiance to have lost. him. But even more tragic is w h a t the world has lost. haps, a new idea--the great thoughts and actions that cer- lalnly would have come from his energetic m i n d In the ahead. W h a t was it that print, John Keats, wrote? . . "Heard Melodies arc swept, hut those u n h e a r d are er; therefore, ye soft pipes, play on;". The sadness of knowing t t h e unheard melodies will er be heard Is the most cala- mitous. It Is e n o u g h one reject aspiration, and lose f a i t h In ihe q u a l i t a t t r i b u t a b l e lo a Jack Savitt

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  1. The Pocono Record,
  2. 15 Sep 1962, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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  • Tony Messenlehner Tribute — Anthony seems like he had a very bright and promising future, but God had another plan for him. What we have missed, the angels have seen.

    Bebe – 26 Jun 2013

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