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Seniors LAST WILLS & TESTAMENTS – Class of 2017

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Continuing a long standing LOG tradition, here are the Last Wills and Testaments of the Class of 2017. Enjoy. 

 

I, Jose-Manuel Adrian, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: my fishing gear to Coach Dukes; my Columbus hoodie to my little brother so that he doesn’t freeze in any class in the Mas Building; my fidget spinner to any incoming senior who is stressed out about graduating.

 

I, Luis Aguerrevere, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Leonard, a cow and an airplane; to Mr. Aviles, a protein shake.

 

I, Alejandro Alonso, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a WWII clicker and a 101st Airborne helmet; to Mr. Rodriguez, Sr., an autographed Tim Tebow Florida Gators jersey; to Mr. Scholer, a warehouse to expand his collection of junk; to all my past teachers, including homeroom, I leave blessings and good fortune. However, for Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, “No…”

 

I, Juan Alviz, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Weber, thank you for giving me a second chance junior year; to Mr. Marinelli, thank you for allowing me to come into the school second semester freshman year; to Mr. Moro, a huge thank you for helping me adapt to Columbus with ease; to Mr. Aviles, thank you for being the greatest math teacher I have ever had; to Dr. Mederos, thank you for the great times in physics; to Mr. Isenberg, thank you for the game room and a great art class; to Mr. Linfors and Mr. Lynskey, a huge thank you for the great stories in English and for being the coolest teachers in CCHS.

 

I, Simon Amofah, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Señora Cedeño & Señora Gonzalez, a year’s supply of uncounted prom forms with forged signatures; to Ms. Taylor, a bucket of plastic water bottles; to Mr. Linfors, a whole day with Gandalf; to Mr. Chacon, a button that when pressed says “Amofah!”

 

I, Alvaro Aragorn, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Dr. Dugard, tickets to a Dallas Cowboys game; to Br. Eladio, a giant thank you for everything; to Mr. Linfors, a one to one meeting with Peter Jackson.

 

I, Christopher Austin, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, a round on me as soon as I turn the legal age of 21; to Mr. Foyo, a poster of the Dolphins as soon as they win a Super Bowl; to Mr. Cooper, a gold record as soon as I become famous and make a song with him; to Dr. Dugard, a Bible blessed by the Pope himself; to Mr. Pugh, a “Cutthroat” car sticker; to Mr. Lynskey, a pair of Yeezy’s for him to wear in school.

 

I, Enrique Ballester, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Cooper, a rug because he complains about it missing every other day; to Mr. Lynskey, an early copy of my first album.

 

I, Thomas Barrera, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Gonzalez, all the coupon books in the world as well as making Pachanga Friday a national holiday; to Mrs. Maratos, a Jstor account that’s not controlled by Gulliver as well as Thomas C. Foster himself; to Mr. Randall Martinez, a Gemini Zodiac handbook; to Mrs. McGrath, my problematic Pisces, a swarm of questioning bees as well as your favorite productions, West Side Story or South Pacific.

 

I, Matthew Becerra, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Scholer, thank you for helping me with college; to Mr. Santa-Maria, a map of Ukraine so he knows it’s the best country in the world.

 

I, Javier Busto, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, an actual hobbit; to Mr. Larrubia, all three seasons of Rick and Morty on DVD; to Mr. Ortega, the “Mas-sion” in all its glory; to Mrs. Cofresi, an enormous Wall of Weird for all the crazy things students say; and to Mrs. McGrath, the complete collection of Don Zolidis plays.

 

I, Eddy Calero, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Aviles, season tickets to Miami Dolphins; to Ms. Taylor, more globes to throw at her students; to Mr. Ciocca, a lifetime supply of carrots and yogurt.

 

I, Nicholas Camps, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Kumer, a life-size velociraptor to go with his collection of dinosaurs; to Mr. Lynskey, a book written with all the Tweets he has ever Tweeted; to the school of Columbus, a lifetime of appreciation because this school has given me the best four years of my life.

 

I, Christian Carr, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: a plane ticket to Europe for Mr. Trujillo; an extra shelf for Mr. Scholer’s wall; pizza Friday for Ms. Brown; the complete Harry Potter set for Mr. Linfors.

 

I, Salvador Carrate, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Neil, thanks for all the time of his that I wasted after school talking with him and thank you for everything.

 

I, Erik Cartelle, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Panzer, an unlimited supply of lollipops, to Mr. Ulloa, a Star Wars edition electric guitar; to Mr. Linfors, a new Gandalf stick that lights up; to Mr. Harriman, a limited edition Nintendo with Super Stickman golf; to Mr. Cunningham, a Russian dictionary to assign new vocabulary assignments; to Mr. Ciocca, an official pattern for his “Ciocca Edition Method”; to Ms. McCullagh, an updated 2016 C-Span Election map; to Mr. O’Brien, two binders filled with his tests and handouts – one from freshman year and the one from senior year as I had the great privilege and distinct honor to start and finish high school with him as my teacher.

 

I, Santiago Castellon, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Ciocca, a dad joke for every class; to Mr. Marti, an off topic conversation for every class; to Mr. Amador, an “alright, ok” for every sentence said; to Mr. Crossman, a bunch of L’s taken in his class; to Mr. Linfors, the flashcard assignments that had the entire class laughing.

 

I, Pierre Angelo Certain, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Brother John, thanks for all the late passes given to me every morning; to Brother Felix, a statue of me since you say I’m a younger version of you!

 

I, Marcos Cibran, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Taylor a trash bin because recycling is a waste; to Mr. Linfors, Dumbledore’s wand as Dumbledore is his favorite Lord of the Rings character.

 

I, Gage Colao, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, the Khan Academy deal with Microsoft; to Mr. Aviles, a life-time ban on protein; to Mr. Linfors, a ticket to the Undying Lands and many thanks for all your help and teaching; to Mr. O’Brien, a new heart; to Ms. Valdes, a pet cuttlefish; to Coach Dukes, his own boat to fish on; and finally, to Mr. Lynskey, thank you for all your patience with us, “Do good things.”

 

I, David Contreras, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Staiano, a Fathead of Kevin Durant as a Warrior; to Paul, a faster golf cart; to Coach Stewart, a thank you for pushing me to do better.

 

I, Chris Cora, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Foyo, a new Caspar mattress for his room; to Mr. O’Brien, a toy model of an American Hell-Cat plane; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, a Nintendo Switch; to Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, a box set of Futurama and a live blob fish; to Mr. Kumer, a plush doll of a llama; to Mr. Linfors, a single ticket to Weta Workshop; to Mr. McGrath, a live bear in a cage for the back of the class; and lastly, I leave Mr. Isenberg, a pair of soundproof headphones to block out the idiots.

 

I, Miguel Corral, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. McCullagh, a gold plated Constitution; to Mr. O’Brien, actual screaming eagles; to Ms. Valdes, a recording of “Did you check the calendar?” to play on loop in her room; to Mrs. Maratos, a deluxe DVD set of Shakespeare’s Hamlet; to Mr. Cunningham, tickets to a live reenactment of the Civil War; to Br. Ben, a full jar of peppermints; to Mrs. Pita, a name tag with your new name so no one gets confused anymore; to Mrs. McGrath, a custom set of rock creature suits; to Mrs. Fernandez, a stamp to make filling out DT slips easier; to Dr. Deacon Dugard, tickets to the Super Bowl should the Cowboys ever make it.

 

I, Robert De Paz, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, a state-of-the-art microphone for his videos; to Mr. Bravo, a pan con bistec; to Mr. Marinelli, new golf clubs and 12 dozen golf balls; to Paul, a new golf cart; to Dr. Folch, an orange.

 

I, Danyel DeVilliers, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Delgado, a clown costume; to Ms. Insua, an everlasting cup of coffee; to Mr. Ciocca, an S-car-go; to Ms. McCullagh, an endless supply of pocket-sized Constitutions; to Coach Merritt, lightning power stored inside his lightning tattoo; to Mr. Linfors, infinite Mr. Lynskey interruptions; to Ms. K. Gonzalez, the best “Pachanga” to ever occur; to Mr. Moro, a state-of-the-art Bluetooth headset.

 

I, Craig Thomas Downs, Jr., being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, a student who actually reads; to Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, a bundle of sticks; to Mr. Scholer, a well written résumé; to Mr. Lynskey, the Band of Brothers director’s cut on Blu-ray.

 

I, Nicholas Escamilla, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Parsons, a 300 question Kahoot; to Mr. Lynskey, a NYFD grey sweatshirt.

 

I, Anthony Fernandez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Crossman, Editions 1, 2, & 3 of “How to Dance like Soulja Boy”; to Mr. Delgado, a teleportation device that only transports him to FSU sporting events; to Mr. Isenberg, the gift of time-traveling exactly 108 years to the next Chicago Cubs World Series; to Ms. Insua, a dollar for every time she helps a kid in CCNN; to Mr. Ortega, a calculator… Oh, wait… he IS one; to Ms. McCullagh, an audio-pocket-Constitution narrated by Cokie Roberts and Mary Beth Tinker; to Mrs. Chomat, an official copyright to the phrase “Plug & Chug”; to Mr. Morrissey, an 86%; to Mr. Scholer, a watermelon-picking getaway with living members of the Grateful Dead.

 

I, Rafael Fernandez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Cibran, a bag of candy to replace all the mints I’ve taken; to Mr. Linfors, a class field trip to a Reduced Shakespeare Company show; to Mr. Parsons, a water gun to negatively punish ‘misbehaving students’; to Br. Felix, a cookbook filled with all the formulas in the world; to Mrs. Acevedo, a box filled with unit circles for all the students who lose theirs; to Mr. Morrissey, a better play than Macbeth to read; to Mr. Cantor, students who actually rerack the weights when they are done.

 

I, Julien Flamant, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Pelegrin, a burnt bagel with peanut butter wrapped in aluminum foil; to Ms. Valdes, my phone; to Mr. Trujillo, “Flash”; to Mr. O’Neil, a class without me staring at the floor; to Mr. Cantor, a perfect squat.

 

I, Kevin Fuentes, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Br. John, a thank you for all the passes; to Mr. Moro, a thank you for all the last minute tutoring; to Mr. Ciocca, a book of actual funny jokes.

 

I, Diego Gomez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Foyo, all the extra credit points I have received; to Br. Herb, every strand of pre-wrap I used; to Mr. Linfors, some non-memory foam shoes.

 

I, Andrew Gonzalez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, the book 1000 Reasons You’re a Gentleman and a Scholar; to Mr. Ciocca (AKA Economan), a government bond, so if a recession were to come about he would be able to give it to the Fed and help AD shift right; to Mr. Ortega, the book The Limit of Series Once Derived, Thrice Integrated, Approaching Infinity”; to all my educators a truly grateful thank you for all the knowledge and wisdom that I’ve gained.

 

I, Alex Gonzalez-Brito, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: thee thy unicorn spear of tarnished years in an institution of great promise. I leave unto my teachers a simple $5 gift card to Sears for the hours I’ve wasted of theirs sleeping in class. I also leave my sophomore ID to Coach Stewart, simply because I looked like a model in that picture and I figured he could add another beautiful face to his collection.

 

I, Christopher Gonzalez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to K.J. Weber, “Under! Coming Around It! Stay Back! Opened! Stiffen the Wrist! Cut It!” I think I’ve finally mastered what all your sayings mean. Thank you for the hard work and long hours you spend on making us the best! Gonna miss putting on the C everyday; to Mr. Moro, never forget all the times that people yelled in your recordings. Good times!; to Mr. Isenberg, to all my daily visits you will dearly miss; to Doctór Mederos, the best quote ever, “You bring de math, I bring de physics, together we make de physicas”; to Mr. Aviles, Have patience. Brady isn’t retiring anytime soon; to Ms. Vinson, thank you for making your printer mine!; to Ms. McCullagh, I finally caught the squirrel that I’ve been chasing all semester!; to Mr. Linfors, a legend in the making, my favorite teacher without a doubt!

 

I, Rafael Hernandez-Siblesz, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Brown, a bag of treats for every one of her classes; to Mr. Oses, a Groupon to the world-renowned book Monkey Training for Dummies; to Br. Herb, a yo-yo.

 

I, Ralph A. Iori, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Ciocca, I give my Economan action figure; to Mr. Linfors, I leave my extended version of the complete Lord of the Rings.

 

I, Justin Tyler Jackson, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Delgado, a stress ball in the shape of a clown; to Ms. Insua, a year supply of spa treatments; to Mrs. Cedeño and Mrs. Gonzalez, a SAC assistant that works more efficiently than we ever did; to Mrs. McGrath, a bronze bust of my head to have a constant reminder of your favorite non-drama student; to Mr. Frazier, a new lefty golf set; to Mr. Crossman, a Blu-Ray copy of my sophomore Merchant of Venice project; to Coach Foyo, more compression socks to keep that blood flowing; to Mrs. Bell-Mendoza, a one-way Greyhound bus ticket to Maine; to Ms. Taylor, a 24-pack of empty Zephyrhills plastic water bottles; to Mr. Croke, a pebble.

 

I, Ross Jimenez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, endless sticks of incense; a tape recorder for Mr. Philip Santa-Maria of him saying “What are prices?” on replay; for Mr. Ulloa, thirty minutes with Spock; to Br. John, a big thank you for everything; and to the administration, endless patience.

 

I, Kaelen Krumich, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, a bucket for my late passes; to Mr. Ortega, a working smart board; to Mr. Crossman, a map that matches its territory; to Mrs. Galvez-Cuesta, fewer hours working; to Mr. Corazon, a University of Michigan flag; to Mr. Moritz, proof that the SWAG method works; to Ms. Taylor, a bucket of surviving orchids; to Mr. Ciocca, the world’s supply of hummus; to Br. Herb, respect for being the realest.

 

I, Cesar Llano, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, a thank you for teaching me that heart is the most important thing in life; to Mrs. Chomat, the “Columbus Chemistry Genius” card; to Coaches Lorenzo, Amador, & Landera, a thank you for teaching me to be a mentor; to Mr. Lynskey, a reminder of our first conversation in Physical Therapy; to Mr. Ortega, another afro-wig and a basketball; to Mr. Kumer, a thank you for enjoying every class of yours; lastly, to Columbus, a thank you for all the memories and friends that I have made.

 

I, Jesus Luna, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Benitez, a Mexican who argues with you about sports; to Mr. Bowman, an MLS handbook to answer all of your questions; to Mr. Santa-Maria, I’m going to miss you so much Bro/Mr. Sir.

 

I, Anthony Martinez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Delgado, a lifetime supply of AA batteries and a Sonos speaker; to Ms. Insua, a walk-in closet full of shoes and a flock of Predatorial Birds; to Mr. Linfors, a 24/7 support line for the LOG website; to Mr. Frazier, a 48 x 48 Rubik’s Cube.

 

I, Gabriel Martinez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, the most patriotic of patriotic American bald eagles; to Mr. Scholer, my very special collection of two million toothpicks; to Mr. O’Brien, I leave the strength to blitzkrieg; for Mr. Moritz, a million dollars to put into penny stocks and the appreciation of Numbers, Pages, and Keynote; to Mr. Staiano, a long and lengthy career in either radio or as a drill sergeant; to Mr. Garcia-Casals, $1,000,000; and lastly, to Br. Kevin, 100% access to my off-shore account currently valued at $0.00.

 

I, Walter Martinez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: another incense holder to Mr. O’Brien like the one I gave him freshmen year; a pair of Jordan’s to Mr. Harriman; some of my best fashion designs to the Cooper family.

 

I, Michael Mata, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, two hobbits of his choice; to Mr. Morrissey, a guide to a better shot in lacrosse; to Mr. Ciocca, a CR Laurance 120″ Phenolic Straight Edge for the best graphs; to Mrs. Bell, a bunch of apples from Maine; to Mr. O’Brien, a Stuka.

 

I, Daniel Mendoza, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a manatee farm; to Paul, a Porsche to use in the parking lot; to Mrs. Maratos, all my cameras.

 

I, Marcus Mendoza, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: my experiences over the past four years to the school; to Mr. Scholer, the best GPS in the world; to Mr. Santa-Maria, all my Tribe Called Quest albums; and most of all to Mr. Cooper, one heck of a migraine.

 

I, Andres Moas, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Cofresi, an endless supply of cafe con leche and dark chocolate M&M’s, a new white board for her “Wall of Weird”, a boomerang with a chancleta attached to it, and a big thanks for being a huge inspiration to me; to Mr. Linfors, a replica of the One Ring, your own personal Hobbit-hole, and a mug that says “#1 Hobbitologist”; to Mr. Frazier, an endless supply of gummy bears, Rubik’s cubes and styli; to Mrs. Cedeño, an endless amount of tater tots and McDonald’s gift cards; to Mr. Baez, sound-proof headphones so no one can ruin “The Flash” for you anymore; to Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, an Iron Man suit, a DTMWTD t-shirt, several boxes of cool yet random stickers and an infinite amount of tickets to see Logan as many times as you want (I still think Beauty and the Beast is better though); to Mr. Moro, a big thanks for opening your doors for me every morning and for all the good memories we’ve had; to Mr. Benitez, a signed Yankee’s jersey; to Mr. Gonzalez, Mr. Pugh, Mr. McKeon, and Mr. Lynskey, a HUGE thanks for helping me with any issues I’ve encountered; exclusively to Mr. Lynskey, some more ideas and candy for the game you play on the morning announcements; to Brother Eugene, some wings and other decals for your scooter, Pegasus; to Mrs. Galvez-Cuesta, a big thanks for guiding me and for all your hard work; to Brother Kevin, a large amount of cash for next year’s Walk-a-thon (#showmethemoney); to Mr. Machado, Brother Tom, Brother Ben, and Mr. Gonzalez, a big thanks for organizing youth group.

 

I, Hunter Moreno, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Merritt, thanks for always being there; to Paul, thanks for always taking me to my car when I leave early; to Mrs. Maratos, thanks for always taking the time to teach us.

 

I, Jose Luis Moreyra, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Chomat, my failed aspirin lab so she can do good with it; to Mr. Moritz, a can of beans.

 

I, Dylan Moure, being sound of mind and body do hereby bequeath: my sincere thanks to all of my teachers, and my sincere apologies to those I fail to mention. First, I thank Mr. Moro for reintroducing math and morality to me in great, understandable ways. I thank Mr. Croke for reinsuring that my faith is always something worth keeping. I thank Mr. Scholer for giving me the basic details I need to get to my career. I thank Mr. Linfors for giving bookworms and movie viewers like myself a haven to enjoy amazing adventures in literature. I thank Mr. Ulloa for helping me lead the Comic Book Club that will hopefully flourish. Finally, I thank and bid farewell to Father Julian (AKA Papa J) for being one of the most respectable men I have ever come to know.

 

I, Kevin Nodarse, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Galvez-Cuesta, a new PowerPoint so my sons will not have to see the same PowerPoint I have seen countless times; to Mrs. Cibran and Mrs. Pita, beanbags so their Office Crew can be comfortable when visiting them; to Mrs. Cofresi, a new, magical Wall of Weird that will follow her classroom and never be erased; to Mrs. Chomat, indestructible glassware to replace all the ones I broke; and to Mr. Panzer, a staff so he may reinstate the Beadle in his classes next year.

 

I, Nicholas Orriols, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Cofresi, another chancleta; to Mr. Crossman, the wordiest essay conceivable in English; to Mrs. Chomat, a box of whichever element she wishes.

 

I, Javier Ortiz, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Cooper, a new sofa and some shirts with color (anything but black); to Mr. Cunningham, a new election result; to Mr. Trujillo, a private jet; to Mr. Gonzalez, a clone so we don’t have to wait outside his Campus Ministry office anymore; to Mr. Ulloa, a committed drummer to his band.

 

I, David Perera, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Taylor, the greatest lab assistant; to Mr. Ciocca, a Netflix trial so he can watch stand up comedy specials; to Ms. Brown, a monkey that eats paper; to Mr. Linfors, a hitchhiking trip across the galaxy; to Mr. Kumer, a statue of the Angel of Death.

 

I, Logan Plummer, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Maratos, a skateboard with a “Baby on Board” sticker; to Mr. Lynskey, my Villanova jacket that he never confiscated; to Mr. McKeon, my family’s address so he can deliver new clothes straight to my dad; to Mr. Linfors, some Lord of the Rings collectables; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, the horrifying skull I made (my parents won’t let me keep it); to Br. Herb, all the money I owe.

 

I, Pablo A. Quiñones, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, a thank you for all the help and confidence you have given me; to Mr. Aviles, an enormous amount of patience to get through the announcements; to Mr. Cantor, a pair of running shoes with Eric Cartman’s face on them; to Br. Felix, a video of Frank Sinatra singing and solving math equations; to Mr. Linfors, that’s easy… the Ring.

 

I, Jacob Reis, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Ortega, a calculator to collect dust in his shelf; to Dr. Dugard, a five-foot name plate for his various titles; to Br. Kevin, an ATM at every corner of the school, ready for students to withdraw their money for donations.

 

I, Matthew Rembold, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Pino- My running shoes and jersey; to Mr. Linfors- The Rods of the Five Wizards, a Babel Fish, and Gandalf’s hat; to Mr. Ulloa- Dilithium Crystals for the Warp Drive of the Starship Enterprise; to Ms. Taylor- A BPA free water bottle with a University of Florida Logo on it; to Mr. Crossman- Another video about Dat Boi John Sea and a Columnist Research Paper; to Ms. Brown- Taco Tuesdays, and Advil for all the headaches our Period 3 may have caused; to Mr. Delgado- The Plans to the Death Star; to Ms. Insua- An extra set of keys for the Multi Purpose Room; to Mr. Ibarra- A new Jesus Action Figure and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts; to Mr. Dugard- A new Star Wars tie; to Father Julian- A Ding for being a great Spanish Teacher and a CD of Simon and Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits; to Mr. Trujillo- Dick Winters’ WW2 Helmet that he wore on D-Day; to Ms. McCullough- A Pocket Constitution and CD of all of Leo Casino’s greatest hits; Mr. Cunningham- An entire DVD collection of Humphrey Bogart movies as well as a new golfing shirt; Mrs. Foyo- My Algebra 1 textbook; to Mr. Aviles- A New Star Wars/Family Guy poster for his class room; Mr. Harriman- A Star Wars lunchbox; to Dr. Folch- DVD Collection of Extra En Espanol; to Mr. Isenberg- The Canadian National Anthem and a Cubs hat; to Ms. Chomat- Safety Goggles for the Lab; to Mrs. Sanchez- My Biology Textbook; to Mrs. Alegret- A New Bible; to Mr. Ciocca- A Perfect Competition Graph; to Mrs. Acevedo- My Algebra 2 and Trig textbook. Thank you all for your support. Sorry it’s so long, wanted to give all the teachers I ever had in class at least one item.

 

I, Christian Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Santa-Maria, a student who calls him Profe; to Mr. Weber, a Forrest Gump t-shirt.

 

I, Manny Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Lorenzo, a team that actually plays defense; to Mr. Staiano, an OKC team that can actually win an NBA championship; to Br. Herb, a picture of me so he can always remember his “favorite wannabe”; to Mr. Amador, a personal babysitter to take care of all the kids he has; to Br. Kevin, all the money in the world to make him happy.

 

I, Joshua Rosenberg, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, an original title for my research paper; to Mr. Kumer, a magnificent beard unrivaled by anyone else; to Mr. O’Brien, a week’s worth of American made ties with the American flag pattern on them; to Mrs. Meadows, all the Extra you could ever want to watch.

 

I, Gabriel Saavedra, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, a WWII relic for his dedication to the class; to Mr. Moro, a microphone for him to speak to the whole school about “not wasting your parents’ money and hard work” for his dedication to the students; to Mrs. Maratos, a shirt of enthusiasm for her enthusiasm in the class; to Mr. Linfors, the One Ring for his Hobbitology class; and finally, to Coach Stewart, a pack of Manchester United IDs and a uniform kit with his name for “Where’s you ID, son?” and “Fix your tie, son” and “Work hard, son” and dedication to the school and soccer program.

 

I, William Sablon, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Maratos, all my “chill vibes” and “dope” ideas; to Mr. Moritz, I leave all my competence; to Mr. Ciocca, a lifetime supply of carrots and yogurt to habitually eat in class; to “Mr. Parsons, I presume,” I leave all my goooold; and, finally, to Columbus I leave an enormous thank you for the hospitality and the brotherhood I will always have.

 

I, Nick Salado, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Husk, a VHS copy of the Greatest Hits of WWE: Smackdown: to Mr. Moritz, a full can of beans; to Paul, a net to catch the early morning foxes; to Coach Stewart, a pair of headphones to use during class; to Mr. Pugh, a looser tie.

 

I, David Sanchez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Aviles, a new workout plan; to Mr. Cunningham, a new door to slam; to Brother Herb, a life-size Teddy Roosevelt action figure; to Mr. Lynskey, a two thousand more classes to interrupt; to Mr. Trujillo, two tours to German-occupied France.

 

I, Fernando Sanchez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, a giant wallpaper in black and white saying, “What are prices?”; to Mr. Rodriguez, a Celtics jersey; to Mr. O’Brien, a Kaiser helmet; to Mr. Scholer, an entire album collection of the Grateful Dead; to Mr. Linfors, the One Ring, it may backfire, but you get to go on an awesome adventure; to Mr. Croke, a book of parables, that way he can preach his words of wisdom.

 

I, TJ Sherrell, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: a non-perfect SAT score for Mr. Panzer so I can finally have a come back answer; for Mr. Scholer, a flat screen television so he will be able to make the decision to watch the Florida Gators beat FSU.

 

I, Andres Smith, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a manatee clad in iron armor; to Mr. Trujillo, the civics class he always wanted; to Mr. Ulloa, a piece of kryptonite and a radioactive spider; to Mr. Linfors, a hobbit drinking buddy and a big thanks you for honestly being the best teacher I have ever had.

 

I, Daniel Sousa, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, a thank you for everything he has done for me; to Mr. Cantor, a thank you for helping me in my physical health and also a new curl rack; to Mr. Mederos, a thank you for helping me out with everything.

 

I, Jonathan Suárez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a signed copy of Totch; to Mr. Weber, a signed baseball from every team in the MLB; and to Mr. Trujillo, every American flag that has ever existed.

 

I, Nicolas Tamayo, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Maratos, a deadline(less) yearbook, a law degree, & a magazine documenting all the juicy gossip that we shared; to Br. John, free Spanish lessons for the Liga telethon; to Dr. Vila, an anxious but heartfelt thank you; to Mr. Marinelli, an internship as a Miami Heat announcer; to Br. Sheehan, more shelf space for all his magazines and all the words we never shared; to Br. Eladio, well-deserved credit for many of his photographs that I used in the yearbook; to Mr. Cesar Diaz, computers with unlimited Photoshop trials; to all my math teachers, a plaque that reads “You Tried Your Best.”

 

I, Alex Valeiras, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Scholer, another Jerry Garcia plus some scuba gear; to Mr. O’Brien, a Seminole head dress and a recycling bin that has the state of Florida over it; to Mr. Kumer, some tapestry and a few cold Kola Champagnes and a collection of Bob Marley songs; to Mr. Trujillo, 100 more American flags and a fresh new Manchester United jersey just so he knows Arsenal isn’t good (maybe one day you’ll know who’s the better team); to Mr. Moscoso, more James Brown impressions and fist pumps. I want to thank the Marist Brothers and administration for fulfilling their promise of when I first walked in here and they told us they would change us into men and I can finally say I think I’ve reached that point.

 

I, Luis Velazquez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Weber, thank you for everything you have done for me; to Mr. Moritz, thanks for all the get your heart rate up remarks; to Mr. Ciocca, thanks for all the horrible economy jokes; and to all my teachers, thank you for everything.

 

I, Alexander Walker, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, a substantial raise; to Mr. Moritz, a heart rate monitor for when he says it’s time to get our heart rates up; to Mr. O’Brien, a US Army 101st Airborne patch to remember me by.

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