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Academy Street

Frank Gallucci, 86, Taught 33 Years In Oneonta Schools
IN MEMORIAM

Frank Gallucci, 86, Taught

33 Years In Oneonta Schools

Frank Gallucci

ONEONTA – Frank Gallucci, 86, a 33-year Oneonta High School history teacher, and one of the last people to have taught both at Academy Street and the new campus on East Street, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving wife and family on Wednesday, April 11, 2018.

Frank was born on Jan. 13, 1932, in Oneonta to John and Raffaella Gallucci. He attended city schools and graduated from Oneonta High School in 1950.

Upon graduation, Frank went to work for the Delaware & Hudson Railroad as an agent telegrapher. In 1952, during the Korean War, Frank joined the Army and served in the 8174th Army Signal Corp in Sendai and Tokyo, Japan. Frank was honorably discharged in 1954 with the rank of corporal.

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Tree Down, Live Wires At Grove, Academy Streets

Tree Down, Live Wires

At Grove, Academy Streets

Captain Tom DiMartin of the Oneonta Fire Department surveys the damage from a downed tree on the corner of Grove and Academy Streets in Oneonta. It is unknown at this time whether lightning or winds from this evenings’ thunderstorm caused the damage. NYSEG has been alerted, but fire officials are warning the public to stay away from the area as small fires and live wires are still active on the scene. No other damage has been reported in the city. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)
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