RHS Rick Robb Trophy

RHS Rick Robb Trophy

Research by Christopher Stout

Research by Christopher Stout

Rick Rob Trophy Recipients

Presented to the outstanding varsity football lineman upon his graduation.

The Robb Award Honors Ridgewood’s War Dead

In Memory of 2nd Lt. Richard K. Robb

Class of 1941

2016 Jack Simpson, Paul Simpson

2015 Ken Ekert, Michael Kendrick 2014 PJ Martin

2013 Jack Hurley, Paul Mallalieu, Aaron Martinez, Andrew Mopas

Austin Purritano, Sukmin Yoon

2012 Jack Rekucki 2011 Anthony Balboa, Dylan Logan

2005 Mikey Navarez, Alex Wey

2004 Tom Albano, Jeff Clarke Hung-Suh Yung Mike LeFleur

2004 Mike Loyka Mike Monfared, Alex Pastore, Greg Sudac

2003 Dane Jorgensen, Dawayne Innis

2002 Dan DeBoer Eugene Parloff

2001 Chris Conetta, Bruce Miller, Keven Strahl

2000 Chris Walczak 1999 Will Ryder

1998 T.J. Zurla, Ed Kuczma

1997 Garrett Roberts, Matt Myatts

1996 Joel Neuenhaus 1995 Adam Orens

1994 Tom Steiner, Chris Van Cleve, Matt Picarelli

1993 Alexander Piper

1992 Jon Lefkowitz, David Aderhold

1991 Matt Peckham, Frank DeMarco,

1990 Torre Watson 1989 Greg Boron

1988 Drew McFarlan 1987 Steven Geckeler

1986 Brian Nelson 1985 Mike Galeta, Jim Parisi

1984 Ken Jones, Eric Vadieka 1983 Stan Laborde

Research By Christopher Stout

Born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA and Louisville, KY, Mr. Stout first moved to Ridgewood, NJ in 1967 where he now lives with his wife of 45 years. They have one daughter, born in Korea and adopted when 9 months old. A career banker by profession, having worked in New York City and overseas, he has always been concerned with local community interests and activities. He has served on several non-profit boards, is an ordained Elder in the Presbyterian Church USA and has been active in various youth recreation leagues, coaching baseball and softball for 25 years. Mr. Stout served as President of the Rotary Club of Ridgewood A.M. and was named Bergen County American Legion Legionnaire of the year 2011-2012. As a radioman, he spent eight years in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve, based in Louisville, N.O.B. Norfolk and sailing out of Boston Harbor on the USCGC Duane. His interest in history and research dates to his school days. Educated at the University of Louisville, the Goethe Institut in Germany and the Université de Montpellier in France. Starting in June 2001, based on his own research, he wrote a column in the Ridgewood News entitled “Recalling First Line News” in which he described the lives and deaths of 20th Century service casualties from Ridgewood and the area, the foundation for this book.