Actor and playwright Norman Parker brings Feynman back to life as he tells a story about his life and inability to remember names. Looking on is Stanley Factor, who graduated with Fynman from Far Rockaway High School, Class of 1935.
By Miriam Rosenberg Contributing Editor
The life and accomplishments of Nobel Prize winner and Far Rockaway native Richard Feynman was celebrated on May 11 when a stamp and street were dedicated in his honor.
The stamp unveiling took place at the Far Rockaway Post Office and was followed by renaming Cornaga Avenue (at Mott and Cornaga) Feynman Way. Among those attending the ceremonies were local representatives, USPS officials including Postmaster George Buonocore and Scott Klein (Customer Relations) and various members of the Feynman family.
|Richard Feynman’s family and friends are joined by Postmaster George Buonocore to unveil the Feynman stamp.Arthur Registre (Assistant Principal for Science at Far Rockaway High School) and students from the living environment class pose with Feynman’s sister after the ceremony. Feynman was a graduate of FRHS.Michelle Feynman (Richard Feynman’s daughter) and her son listen to the accolades being paid to her father.Members of Feynman’s family under the newly-installed Feynman Way street sign.|