In Memory

Michael P. Jezowski - Class Of 1968

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05/27/10 07:01 AM #1    

Joanne Kinney (Jaimedes) (1970)

Mike was a good friend to me. I remember him as a high school crush that I later became friends with as he  took on the business world with "The Electric Matchbox" on Singer island, and "Hot Nights in the South" on Okeechobee rd. (when it was a two lane rd). I was so sad to hear of his passing, I know  he had a lot more to do in this life

04/29/12 10:29 PM #2    

Robert Jordan (1968)


Mike was in my homeroom for all 4 years we were at RBHS together. 1964-68, that is if he was in his Freshman year 1964-65. Not sure when the Jezowski family moved to Florida from Michigan. I know he was from MI cuz he told me and I remember him from at least 1965-66. He was always the nicest guy you wanted to know. Always had a smile for everyone. Didnt get to know him very well, but there was an air about him that was about going someplace after high school. Of course by 1969 that someplace was running the Electric Matchbox on Singer Island and a second store in West Palm Beach in a strip mall down on South Dixie Hwy almost to the Lake Worth city limits. It had a psychedelic Mickey Mouse painting on the wall above the door with the words Electric Matcbox next to it. Mike sponsored the first free rock concerts in the parking lot across from the Municipal Beach, which as you knowm in he 1980s was filled with a disco and restaurants. Think it was 1969 and dont recall who played, but that was the first and last free concert, I recall. The beach and parking lot became the hangout for hippies that summer, mostly from the RBHS Class of 1969 and a few from 1968. There was a lot of drugs being consumed and a lot of acid, I heard later. Continued as an email to you. -- Rob Jordan '68.

04/22/15 12:02 AM #3    

Charles Copeland (1968)

My best friend...His parents Chet and Edith were my alternate parents...Sandy was my 1st love and Andy I consider a brother....I think of them often even to this day.

04/22/15 11:49 AM #4    

Linda Callahan (Callaway) (1968)

Mike was my date for our senior prom class of 1968.  So handsome, so sweet, such a gentleman.  He had a wonderful sense of humor and could be described in one  He's the only guy who came to my house ( while we were still in high school) and cooked an Italian Dinner for not just me; but for my Mom and Dad too.  Great cook!  He also took me on a Friday night date to County Line Pizza when it was located on County Line Road (between Martin Co. And Palm Beach County.  This was way before I-95 existed and was considered going out of town for us RBHS kids.  He was always a fun date.  We lost tiuch after high school then years later I remember seeing him at the little Bistro he owned and operated on the south side of Northlake Blvd.  west of I-95 (which is still a pub in operation today, different name now.) He was still that upbeat guy,  busy being a a go getter and making things happen.  I have such fond memories of him.

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