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St Gregory Summer Newsletter 2014
Summer Edition
July, 2014
Number 52
St. Gregory School
Alumni Newsletter
Color version of this newsletter at website: www.stgregoryalumni.com
IT’S HERE!
ST. GREGORY REUNION WEEKEND
AUGUST 8, 9, and 10, 2014
Inside this issue:
S.G.A.A. News & Plans
3
Reunion Weekend Plans
410
Alumni of the Year
11
Class Reunion Plans
14
The Duggan Family Story
25
Kids in the 50’s
28
Are we ready for a weekend of St. Gregory Alumni events?
Starting this year, everything happens the second weekend of August. The
weekend starts with St. Gregory Night on Friday, followed by our Family Picnic
on Saturday. We close out the weekend with our Memorial Mass and Brunch,
and our annual business meeting on Sunday. A lot of work has gone into the
planning and preparation. Will you be joining us? This is the plan:
ST. GREGORY NIGHT PARTY (pg.6)
August 8th; Friday, 6:00 pm to midnight
St. Gregory Night keeps getting better, and it’s all about you! The evening
includes old rock-n-roll music from our DJ, Eric, an open bar with beer, wine
and soft drinks, and buffet tables of snacks and desserts. You pay just $10 at
the door for everything.
SGH ALUMNI FAMILY PICNIC (pg.8)
August 9th; Saturday, 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
How about a St. Gregory Family Picnic! It’s our first annual Family Picnic and
we anticipate a good crowd at McNamara Bicentennial Park in Livonia, on 7
Mile Road at Wayne Rd. S.G.A.A. is providing the hotdogs and more (pg.8).
Let’s show off our grandkids!
ALUMNI MEMORIAL MASS & BRUNCH (pg.10)
August 10th; Sunday, 11:00 am
2014 Events:
· February 15, 2014; 12:00noon
Florida All-Class Luncheon in
North Port, Florida
· August 8, 2014; 6:00-12pm
“Saint Gregory Night” All-Class
Reunion at St. Aidan’s Hall
· August 9, 2014; 1:00 All-Class
Picnic at Bicentenial Park.
· August 10, 2014 11:00am
Memorial Mass & Brunch at St.
Aidan’s Hall
· August 10, 2014 2:00pm SGAA
Business Meeting at St. Aidan’s
Hall
Have you been to our Memorial Mass and Brunch in past years? Then you
know how special it is. We gather to remember our departed friends and to
celebrate their lives. Our Mass is celebrated in the hall by Father Romano,
whose family graduated from St. Gregory’s. A wonderful catered brunch will
follow; great door prizes too. Alumni shirts will be on sale one last time.
SGAA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING (pg.10)
August 10th; Sunday, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Please stay after the brunch for our 26th annual Business Meeting where we
review our work and make future plans. We can use your input. The bar will
remain open.
Janice McNulty
Counseling & Psychotherapy
SGH60
Individuals, Couples, Children, Families
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Insurance Agent
SGH68
FARMERS
Auto * Home * Life * Business
7231 Cooley Lake Rd, W. Bloomfield (248) 363-8377
San Jose, CA 408-666-4887 [email protected]
John D. Dingell VA Medical Center
4646 John R Street, Detroit MI 48201
Pharmacy
SGH63
FRENCH’S FLOWERS & GIFTS, INC
33885 W Five Mile Road, Livonia MI 48154 (734) 427-7820
Michael J. Maher, M.A., R.Ph
SGH55 & 58
Chief, Pharmaceutical Distribution Section
(313) 576-1000 x4614
Classic Catering
Jim Winowiecki
Owner/Executive Chef
[email protected]
UNITED STATES
POWER SQUADRONS
Sail and Power Boating
of the Shores
www.myclassiccatering.com
Emery Viazanko, AP
32306 Woody, Fraser MI 48026 & St. Aidan’s Activity Center
(586) 596-7002
Email: [email protected]
Ph: 239.292.2771
[email protected]
SGH47
(248) 347-7744
PAST COMMANDER
NAPLES SAIL & POWER
SQUADRON
Naples, Florida
SGH60
Vessel Safety Examiner
Linda D. Bernard J.D., LL.M. and Associates
Attorneys and Counselors
MONTE COSTELLA & CO.
Masonry Contractors
Attorney and Banker (retired)
SGH60
25005 Trans X Drive
Novi MI 48375
FRANCIS COSTELLA, CEO
RE/MAX
Sharon E. Bernard Esq.
16160 Chapel St, Suite 419
Detroit MI 48219
(313) 520-8380
[email protected]
B. I. A.
SGH71
Platinum
6870 Grand River #200
Brighton MI 48114
BENCIVENGA INSURANCE AGENCY INC.
BUSINESS * AUTO * HOME * LIFE * HEALTH
Ph: (248) 644-9122
Email: [email protected]
30555 Southfield Rd, Suite 170, Southfield MI 48076
Cell: (810) 499-7370
Email: [email protected]
Website: vagnetti.com
Carolyn (Jaros) Perry
SGH60
MARY ANN
BENCIVENGA
President
SGH58
SGH68
Independent Beauty Consultant
PEDRO G. NIETO
Spring Hill, Florida
(352) 238-4811
www.marykay.com/cperrypink
Attorney At Law
Bank of America Building
220 E. Main, Suite 100, Uvalde TX 78801
[email protected]
(830) 278-9106
SGH70
John Bernard
Mike McKendry
MorganStanley
Senior Vice President
Financial Advisor
SmithBarney
40701 Woodward Ave, Suite 200
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
[email protected]
(248) 723-1806
www.fa.smithbarney.com/bernard_brent_sheldon
Michael F. Cairns
SGH65
REALTOR
MICHAEL SAUNDERS & COMPANY
8660 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota FL 34238
(941) 966-8000 E-Mail: [email protected]
SGH63
Double M Country Club Apts
Adult Rentals
Payroll Consultant
Mario & Rosemary Maglio
(Over 25 years experience)
[email protected] Ph (772) 473-2738
1885 W Loma Linda Dr
Wickenburg, AZ 85390-4206
(928) 684-0080
[email protected]
“We can save you time and money”
2
Owners
SGH58
RESERVE YOUR SEATS TODAY—FOR THE AUGUST MASS & LUNCHEON
Memorial Mass & Luncheon
Sunday, August 10, 2014
R.S.V.P. Time is Now!
Will you be attending our Memorial Mass and Brunch on August 10th?
Send us the enclosed postcard or email us with your reservation.
Who is coming with you, and where would you like to sit?
Tell us who you want to sit with—classmates or family. We will reserve your table.
Almost 200 people were there in 2013 for the Mass & Brunch.
YOUR DONATION KEEPS THIS NEWSLETTER COMING
And Much More
Thanks for supporting this newsletter and the work of your Saint Gregory Alumni Association for twentysix years. Your donation keeps us in business and in touch with you. Please use the enclosed envelope
and donate today. Thanks again.
SGAA COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM
Helping Local Charities
We ask you every year to nominate a local Detroit area charity who will receive our donation of $500.
Your SGAA board chooses two charities each year. No decision has been made for 2014, so we are looking for suggestions. Contact us by mail or attend our annual business meeting at St. Aidan’s Community
Center at 2:30 pm on Sunday, August 10, 2014—following the Memorial Mass and Brunch.
HELP US FIND RELATIVES OF BILL McTAGGART, SGH61
This year we will honor the memory of U.S. Marine Sergeant Bill McTaggart. He was a member of our
Class of 1961. He died in Vietnam in 1970. We are looking for his sister, Sue McTaggart SGH68, and
any other relatives, to accept our St. Gregory Spirit Award for Bill, in August. Please contact Ward Case.
ALUMNI OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS
St. Gregory Spirit Award
We are accepting nominations for Alumni of the Year so contact us now. The Saint Gregory Spirit Award
is given to individuals who demonstrate that spirit by their volunteer work in the community, their parish
and/or their alumni association. It’s very important that you tell us their story. Send your write up to
the address on the back of this newsletter, attention Ward Case.
JOIN OUR E-MAIL LIST AND GET NOTIFICATIONS
Over 600 Members So Far
Join over 600 Alumni on our email list today and start receiving updates on
what’s going on with S.G.A.A. including information on old friends, reunion
plans, and alumni merchandise too.
Contact us through our website stgregoryalumni.com with our QR Code:
or email: [email protected]
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REUNION WEEKEND—2014
AUGUST 8, 9, 10, 2014
HERE IS THE LOCATION OF THE S.G.A.A. EVENTS
ON
AUGUST 8 and 10, 2014
See pages 6, 8, and 10 for details!
ST. AIDAN’S PARISH ACTIVITY CENTER
17500 FARMINGTON ROAD
(north of Six Mile Rd)
Livonia
The parking lot is conveniently located at the main entrance.
FARMINGTON RD
8 MILE RD
FARMINGTON RD
7 MILE RD
ST. AIDAN’S ACTIVITY CENTER, 17500 FARMINGTON RD
Contact Jim Winowiecki to reserve one of the
smaller banquet rooms for your class reunion
CLASSIC CATERING of the Shores
6 MILE RD
Jim Winowiecki
(586) 596-7002
Email: [email protected]
ST. AIDAN’S ACTIVITY CENTER, LIVONIA
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KEN SCHRAMM, Bishop Gallagher HS Alumni
email: [email protected]
A good friend of mine, Paula Boucher SGH62, passed along your address. I am contacting you for your assistance. My father worked for
the City of Detroit’s Department of Street Railways (D.S.R.) for forty
years. He was the department’s historian and co-authored several
books on the history of the DSR. I was wondering if any St. Gregory
Alumni might have any DSR memorabilia; photos of DSR streetcars
and buses, any articles dealing with the DSR. Did any alumni or their
families ever work at the DSR, or any local bus company? I myself
am quite a Detroit historian and collect items such as these. I use
them for historical displays at libraries and museums. I also present
programs on the history of the DSR and Detroit.
Ken Schramm (586) 751-2335
RAY HERRICK email: [email protected]
I am the son of St. Gregory graduates Paul Herrick SGH56 and Carolyn Waring Herrick SGH58. Since my Dad died in 2012, I have been very interested in the athletic exploits of my family during their days at St. Gregory’s. I know my Dad played football, basketball and baseball, as did his
brothers Charles, John SGH49, and Joe SGH63. (Uncle Joe Herrick is pictured
here.) My Mom played basketball during her years at St. Gregory’s, as well as
her brother Ron Waring SGH68.
Dad often told me about his older brothers’ exploits, especially John who
starred at running back. He often bragged about his little brother Joe, who
went on to play football at the University of Detroit. Ron Waring was an AllCatholic League catcher on championship baseball teams in 1967 and 1968.
He went on to play baseball at Wayne State. If anyone has any old newspaper articles, team rosters, or pictures, please contact me. I would certainly
appreciate it! Thank you in advance.
Ray Herrick (313) 592-3726
LEO ST. AMOUR, SGH57; Michigan
Thank you again for the wonderful work you do to publish the
St. Gregory School Alumni Newsletter. Your efforts are unparalleled and greatly appreciated. Immediately after reading the
latest edition, I discovered a bonus benefit of the newsletter—it
lowers my blood pressure! I suppose reading it reminds me of
the St. Gregory Culture, which is comforting and tranquilizing.
Keep up the good work.
(Pictured is St. Gregory’s Senior Class—Home Room, #110)
DIANE (FLESHER) DELACH, SGH67; Michigan
St. Gregory the Great Parish has had a tremendous impact on so many lives in all these 90
years. My father was so proud of the buildings and grounds when he was maintenance
man there in the late 1960’s. The church is still a beautiful building.
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REUNION WEEKEND—2014 (Day 1)
ST. GREGORY NIGHT
FRIDAY, AUGUST 8TH
Our traditional St. Gregory Night all-class reunion is a party you won’t want to
miss! It’s our 35th year for the event and it continues to be very popular with
all ages. Spread the word to your former classmates and make plans to meet
at St. Aidan’s Community Center on August 8th. Eric, our DJ, will be playing
soft music and open bar with beer, wine, and soft drinks. Complimentary
snacks and desserts will be on the buffet tables.
Where-
St. Aidan’s Community Center
17500 Farmington Road, Livonia (north of 6 Mile Rd)
Date-
Friday, August 8, 2014
Time-
6:00 pm to 12:00 midnight
Cost-
$10 at the door includes the following:
Included-
Tables reserved for all Classes
Open Bar with beer, wine and soft drinks
DJ, Music and Dance Floor
Buffet of Snacks and Desserts
Door Prizes too
Featured Classes:
1934, 1939, 1944, 1949,
1954, 1959, 1964, 1969
Tables are reserved for each Class, so let us know
in advance if you have a large group and require
more than one table. Who will be there? We never
know from year to year, but it’s always a lively, hap
py crowd– and maybe someone from your Class,
looking for you!
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PAMELA (GITRE) LUKASEK, SGH62; North Carolina
The Gitre Family has a long history with St. Gregory
School. My Dad, Leo Gitre, SGH33, attended school
there while his parents lived on Wildemere, just three
blocks from the school. After my parents were married, they continued to live in the same home and had
my sister Lynne, my brother Stephen and me. We all
attended school there for all twelve years. The Dorans
were our cousins and lived across the street from the
school. I met Leonard Lukasek while I was in the ninth
grade, and we were married in 1962.
I have so many happy memories of our IHM Sisters,
my friends, the dances, the football and basketball
games, and many more activities that were provided to
us. I remember when we couldn’t have our Friday
night sock hop for some reason, so all the kids with
cars pulled them onto the playground, turned on the
headlights, played records on Len’s car record player.
Then we all got out and danced! Even the Sisters
came out of the convent to clap along with the music….
until Mother Superior put a stop to it. It was fun for a
while.
But more importantly, we learned about God and His
love. We learned about morality that to this day I still
treasure and practice. We were not allowed to shirk
our education because it would be the foundation of
the rest of our lives. For that, I thank my parents and
the Sisters who taught us.
Easter Sunday at St. Gregory Church
MIKE MORRISON, SGH67; Michigan
Here is a picture of my newly cloned St. Gregory jacket.
I had them add the white leather sleeves and the Cherokee head.
LEO MORIN, SGH46; Michigan
I have enclosed some photos from the past that may interest some of our ardent fans from a few years
back. The girl in the First Communion dress is Virginia (Ackerman) Monforton SGH59. She is the mother of The Very Reverend Bishop Jeffrey Monforton, in Stuebenville, Ohio. Pictured next to her is her sister and my late wife, Kathryn (Ackerman) Morin SGH47. The group picture is of the Class of 1947.
Kathy is third from the left in the front row. My donation is also enclosed, and thank you for the winter
edition. My best regards to all of you!
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REUNION WEEKEND—2014 (Day 2)
NEW FAMILY EVENT PLANNED
ALUMNI FAMILY PICNIC
SATURDAY, AUGUST 9TH
Dear Alumni,
Let’s Picnic! Our new all-class Family Picnic is open to all St. Gregory
Alumni and their families. Bring your kids and grandkids too, and join
us for our 1st annual FAMILY PICNIC in Livonia! The entire park is reserved for us including covered picnic areas—rain or shine!
Hosted By:
S.G.A.A., Mike Morrison, and Class of 1967
Where-
McNamara Bicentennial Park—Seven Mile Road at Wayne Road, in Livonia.
Two entrances on 7 Mile Road; East entrance leads to the pavilion and playground.
Date-
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Time-
1:00 pm to 7:00 pm
“Look for our St. Gregory signs
and red and white balloons”
ProvidedBy SGAA
Hot dogs, buns, condiments;
Paper plates, napkins, cups;
Charcoal and fluid
Included-
Picnic tables, Charcoal grills, Pavilion;
Port-a-johns & liquor license for day.
The park has tennis courts, baseball
diamonds, soccer fields,
hiking/ fitness/nature trails, and a
children’s playground too!
Bring Your- >Family; kids and grandkids too!
>Side Dish or Dessert to Pass/Share
>Refreshments
>Lawn Chairs—You will need them!
>Games to Play
Questions?
Call Mike Morrison (248) 207-6507
ALL-CLASS FAMILY PICNIC
FOR
ST. GREGORY ALUMNI AND THEIR FAMILIES
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May 8, 1945
The students listened to President Truman’s proclamation declaring the end of the European War, and to
a number of other stirring speeches that were broadcast on the occasion.
May 11. 1945
The Junior-Senior Prom was held in the Crystal Ballroom of the Activities Building, of the League of Catholic Women.
May 31, 1945
In the evening, a very impressive May Procession was held in Our Lady’s honor. The high school sang
hymns while the Senior Class in blue caps and gowns marched up the aisles of the church. Mary Catherine Muir, who had been chosen by her classmates to crown the Queen of May, was preceded by seven
little flower girls and six Junior girls as Maids of Honor.
June 1, 1945
Mission activities included the collection of approximately forty-five pounds of stamps, the ransom of forty-seven pagan babies.
June 10, 1945
The Graduates’ Mass was celebrated at 7:30 by Monsignor Pokriefka, who preached an inspiring sermon.
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REUNION WEEKEND—2014 (Day 3)
MEMORIAL MASS & BRUNCH
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10TH
We sit at round tables in the hall and celebrate our
Memorial Mass, in memory of the many St. Gregory
people who have died in the past year. We remember
each of them and celebrate their lives. Often, their
family members join us. Following Mass, we enjoy a
wonderful, catered buffet brunch.
**Please make your reservation for the Brunch
today. Use the postcard in this newsletter or
phone or email us.
Where-
St. Aidan’s Community Center
17500 Farmington Road, Livonia
(north of 6 Mile Rd)
Date-
Sunday, August 10, 2014
Time-
11:00 am Mass in the Hall,
followed by Brunch Buffet
Cost-
$20 / Pay at the door for Brunch
Included-
Buffet Brunch
Open Bar After Mass
with Beer, Wine, and Soft Drinks
Door Prizes too!
R.S.V.P.-
Please make your reservation
now, for the Brunch so that we
notify the caterer.
SGAA ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
SUNDAY, AUGUST 10TH—(Following Brunch)
We hope you can stay after the brunch for our 26th annual business meeting. We will be looking at our
budget and merchandise, our newsletter and plans for future reunion activities. Your input is appreciated, and the meeting will take no more than one hour.
Where-
St. Aidan’s Community Center
Date-
Sunday, August 10, 2014
Time-
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm (approx)
Included-
Open Bar; Beer, Wine, Soft Drinks
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ST. GREGORY SPIRIT AWARD—2014
Presented with Gratitude and Pride to Alumni Veterans
DENNIS “DENNY” LEAHY
St. Gregory High, Class of 1969
Michigan
Dennis Leahy attended St. Gregory’s from first through
twelfth grade, graduating in the Class of 1969. He enlisted in
the U.S. Army just before graduation and chose to serve in the
Infantry, in honor of his father’s World War II service. Dennis
served in the Vietnam War. He was honored with the Bronze
Star for heroic or meritorious achievement, and two Purple
Hearts for being wounded twice in combat. During the eight
months he spent in the hospital recovering from his injuries,
he began to write poetry and lyrics. Dennis’ accomplishments
include co-writing the lyrics for the title song to the 1987 movie, “The Rosary Murders”, a movie filmed in Detroit. His name
is inscribed in the Veterans’ Wall in Livonia, Michigan.
Today Dennis’ works are published in newspapers and magazines. His poem “Reflections” hangs in the Ogemaw County Veterans’ Museum. Dennis has been honored to read his “Purple Hearts” poem in Novi, for
Veterans’ Day festivities. Teachers have used his poems in their classes as
examples of writing techniques. Dennis has traveled to different schools for
military presentations for the students. In 2013, Dennis volunteered his
time and expertise and joined the “Help Save St. Gregory Parish Committee.” His time and input were very helpful and were much appreciated.
Dennis also spends a lot of his time now as part of various veterans groups,
working to help current veterans who are returning home from their respective conflicts.
He is married 44 years to Pam (Paxton) Leahy, SGH69.
grown children and six grandchildren.
They have four
Dennis, you continue to live the Spirit of St. Gregory every day. Thank you for your service.
WILLIAM “BILL” MC TAGGART
St. Gregory High, Class of 1961
1942-1970
William James McTaggart w as born in Detroit on November 6, 1942. He was a member of St. Gregory’s Class of 1961.
Bill relocated to San Francisco after high school and joined the
U.S. Marine Corps where he earned the rank of Sergeant E5.
His MOS was 0311, Rifleman. His unit was H&HS-1, MWHG-1,
1st MAW, III MAF.
He deployed to Vietnam, Quang Nam Province in December,
1969. He died on June 22, 1970 at the age of 27. Bill had
served his country in the Vietnam War for six months.
Bill’s name is on the Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., Panel 9W, Row 80; and on The Virtual Wall,
www.virtualwall.org.
He is buried at San Francisco National Cemetery.
We remember you Bill, and your St. Gregory Spirit.
Thank you for your service. Rest In Peace.
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Francis Gamache
SGH49; Beloved Brother
Joe & Pauline Gamache SGH47/47
Joan & Marvin Daley
SGH56/46; In Loving Memory, From
James Daley
In Memory—Class of 1959
Deceased Members; from
Ernie & Judy McLaughlin SGH59
Tom York
SGH62; In Loving Memory, from
Carol (Menosky) Kelley, SGH62
PSI Beta Phi Girls
In Loving Memory, From
Mary Ann (Riley) Bencivenga SGH58
Lindy Charnley & Doug Gowen
SGH60; From
The Charnley Family
Bernard & Edward Quigley
SGH32, SGH43; Loving Brothers of
Shirley (Quigley) Martin SGH44
Karen & Shirley Shepherd
SGH57/67; Loving Sisters of
Steve Shepherd SGH58
Anna (Hensel) Stork
Beloved Wife of
Donald Stork SGH41
In Memory of Ray Locke,
Beloved Husband of
Mary Jo (Murphy) Locke SGH47
Daniel Dorf
SGH67; Loving Brother of
Jim Dorf SGH64
Evelyn R. (Cassabon) Phelps
SGH42; In Loving Memory, From
Marie (Cassabon) Lilley SGH47
In Memory of Bill Carron
SGH70; Loving Brother
Jim & Maureen Carron SGH67/67
In Memory—Class of 1945
Deceased Members; From
Dan Heffernan SGH45
Class of 1958
From
Martine (Strauss) Sullivan SGH58
In Memory of Casey Family
Bill, Tom, Barbara
Sallee (Casey) Stone SGH44
Dorothy (Bar) Cronenwett
SGH63, Beloved Wife of
Leo Cronenwett SGH62
Edward & Josephine Cassar
Beloved Parents; From
Ed Cassar SGH60
Bill Kosco, Ron Bo, Class of ‘58
From
Jim Connelly SGH58
Sr. Marie Irene Stenzler, IHM
In Loving Memory, From
Sr. Julie Slowik IHM
Marie E. Dorris
Beloved Mother, From
Kitty (Dorris) Galligan SGH65
Arnold, Sadie, Pat, Joan
Loving Parents & Sisters of
Helen (Riley) Matta SGH55
McGrath Family–Deceased Members
In Loving Memory, From
Jim McGrath SGH49
Class of 1949
In Loving Memory, from
Florence (Mattes) Rader SGH49
Tom Watters
SGH60; Beloved Husband of
Jane (Brennan) Watters SGH62
Busty & Vincenza Randazzo
Beloved Parents of Joe & Mary
Mary (Randazzo) Hartmus SGH61
In Memory—Class of 1958
“Dare to be Different”
Larry Danna SGH58
Harold Ovington
SGH53; From
Margo (Connelly) Lambert SGH55
McKendry Family
In Loving Memory, From
Suzanne McKendry SGH58
Glenna (Colburn) Lucas
SGH68; Loving Sister of
Jeanne Colburn SGH67
John (Scotty) Mulville
Loving Husband of
Pat (Connelly) Mulville SGH46
Bill Carron
SGH70; Beloved Brother of
Jim & John Carron SGH67
Kay Kelly
SGH60; In Loving Memory, From
Jackie (Meyers) Greene SGH60
George H & John Barbour
Joseph Charnley, Marie Goddard
From The Charnley Family
“In Honor of Every Cancer Patient
Who Continues to Conquer It”
Pam (Gitre) Lukasik SGH62
Geralyn Brown
Beloved Sister of
Ron, Judy, Denny, Marina, Patricia
Diana & William Guindon
Beloved Parents; from
Marlene SGH65, Carol SGH63
Dorothy Bar & Margie Cronenwett
Missed Dearly– Loving Family of
Dan Cronenwett SGH60
In Memory—Class of 1948
Deceased Members; from
William Lawson, SGH48
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February 15, 2014
We had a good time at the reunion luncheon in North Port. The Boucher brothers do a fine job every
year. Dave and I won half of the 50/50; Dee and Ernie won the other half. The participants are getting
fewer, but we still had a good turnout with 58 alumni and friends. I took a picture of Father Pokriefka
and Father O’Neil and placed it in the middle of our table, as I alw ays do. W e look forw ard to
the August 8-10 Reunion Weekend in Michigan. Thank You to all the volunteers! Take care & God Bless.
CAROL (McDONALD) GARBACIK, SGH54
Partial list of attendees:
42 Lucia (Minando) and Sam Spade
49 Pat (Fitzgerald) and Larry Teal
After missing seeing
49 John & Alice Gleason
and talking to Leo
51 Jack Gallagher
Stebbins at last
51 Margaret (King) & Robert Belisle
year’s event, I was
51 Carol (Pickering) VanCleave
successful this year.
51 Chris & Peggy Tacchella
From schoolmates,
53 Bernie Cassin
to competitors, to
53 David Cairnes & Spouse
friends, we made it
53 Jim O’Kelly and Spouse
happen.
Leo even
54 Dee (Durocher) & Ernie Lallmann
admitted he was one
54 Maureen (Malloy) Lee
of the guys who
54 Carol (McDonald) Garbacik
“hung me in effigy”
57 Leo and Mary Ann St. Amour
before our first bas57 Pat & Sharon Nehs
ketball
game
in
58 Bill King & Spouse
1962, when I played
60 Ron & Deb Brown
for St. Francis de
63 Mike Cairnes & Spouse
Sales. Oh, the good
63 Ron Boucher
old days.
64 Leo Stebbins
MIKE CAIRNS, SFDS63; Florida
65 Bob Leshan & Spouse
66 Elaine (Mailloux) Stebbins
Our Newsletter is
READER WRITTEN
It’s true, your St. Gregory friends have
written this newsletter. Will you contribute
to the next edition? How about a note, a
photo, and maybe your family story?
THANK YOU TO OUR DONORS
Thank You for sending your contribution
to keep our newsletter coming. Please
know that your donations are needed,
welcomed, and appreciated. Your name
is listed on the back page.
Send us a memory
of St. Gregory’s and
maybe an old photo
to go with it. Contact us with your
idea, and let’s talk
about it.
Ward Case
(623) 760-7167;
Email to
[email protected]
Gmail.com
PEG (GERADA) ELWARNER, SGH63;
SGAA Treasurer
ALUMNI ASSISTANCE FUND
Our Alumni Assistance Fund exists through the generosity of two St. Gregory Alumni. In recent years we
have used it to assist four of our own members. Do
you know of an Alumni who is in need? Contact us
and we will do what we can to help out.
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CLASS OF 1949—GIRLS’ CLUB LUNCHEON—Dec 2, 2014
The annual Christmas Luncheon for “All Girls of Class of 1949” will be held at
Rocky’s Restaurant, 41122 W. 7 Mile Rd (west of Haggerty) at 11:30 am, on
December 2, 2014. For information and reservations, please contact:
Mary Baker
(248) 380-3066
Jean Radke
(248) 348-1577
Evelyn Renault
(248) 349-6189
2014
ALL-CLASS
EVENTS
FEB 15, 2014
CLASS OF 1949—65th Anniversary Reunion—Aug 10, 2014
Let’s meet on Sunday morning, August 10th, for Mass and brunch. We will have tables reserved at St. Aidan’s Hall in Livonia. This is the all-class reunion event, and they have invited us to join them as we celebrate our 65th anniversary. For reservations, use the postcard in this newsletter, or call the phone number on the insert.
CLASS OF 1953—MEN’S CLUB BI-MONTHLY LUNCHEON
The guys from the Class of 1953 meet every other month for lunch and we’re looking for
new members—a few good men– to join us. We’re on a mission to visit all the old places
around Detroit; Ivanhoe’s, Duggan’s, Dakota Inn, etc. Jim O’Kelly at (248) 363-8871
FLORIDA
ALL-CLASS
REUNION
LUNCHEON
IN
NORTH PORT
AUGUST 8, 2014
ST. GREGORY
NIGHT
AT
ST. AIDAN’S
ACTIVITY CENTER
LIVONIA
CLASS OF 1954—60th Anniversary Reunion– Aug 10, 2014
Let’s meet on Sunday morning, August 10th, for Mass and brunch. We will have tables re- AUGUST 9, 2014
served at St. Aidan’s Hall in Livonia. This is the all-class reunion event, and they have in- ALL-CLASS PICNIC
vited us to join them as we celebrate our 60th anniversary. For reservations, use the postAT
BICENTENIAL PARK
card in this newsletter, or call the phone number on the insert.
LIVONIA
CLASS OF 1959—55th Anniversary Reunion– Aug 10, 2014
The Class of 1959 will gather for our 55-year reunion on Sunday, August 10, 2014. We will
have tables reserved for our group at the Alumni Memorial Mass and Brunch, at St. Aidan’s
Activity Center in Livonia. We will be sending you a reminder, so please contact us with
your email address.
Ernie & Judy McLaughlin, email: [email protected]
AUGUST 10, 2014
MEMORIAL MASS
AND BRUNCH
AT
ST. AIDAN’S
ACTIVITY CENTER
LIVONIA
CLASS OF 1964—50th Anniversary Reunion- August 9, 2014
AUGUST 10, 2014
Our 50-Year Class Reunion Celebration will be held at Holiday Inn, 17123 North Laurel
S.G.A.A.
Park Drive in Livonia. It will include a buffet dinner and a cash bar will be available. A BUSINESS MEETING
block of rooms has been reserved for us at a special rate. Reserve your room by July 25th at
AT
(734) 464-1300 and mention “St. Gregory Group”. We need a headcount now so contact
ST. AIDAN’S
us if you will be attending the reunion.
ACTIVITY CENTER
LIVONIA
Jeanne (Sancricca) Nadler at email: [email protected] or (248) 373-9350
CLASS OF 1969– 45th Anniversary Reunion October 4, 2014
Our reunion committee consists of Joe Wierzbicki, Hilda Guzman, Tim
Sartore, Jean Turk, and Mike Migliore. Our big reunion will be October 4,
2014 at St. Aidan’s Activity Center, 17500 Farmington Road, Livonia.
Remember, save the date of October 4, 2014.
In Memory of Lynda
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STEPHANIE (DATTOLO) VALENTINI, SGH63; Michigan
We have such wonderful memories of St. Gregory. My sister Aggie
would like to receive our newsletter too. She went to St. Gregory
through the sixth grade. We, as well as our sister Maria and our
brother Pete, always talk about the good old days at St. Gregory and
life in the surrounding area, remembering Livernois—the “Avenue of
Fashion”.
“The photo is the smiling faces of the Dattolo Family, the first prize
winners in the contest for the best decorated car in the Homecoming
Parade—1964. They are: Peter, Mr. B. Dattolo, Mrs. B. Dattolo,
Stephanie, and Agatha.”
Can’t tell you how much we enjoy the newsletter. The team is doing
a fabulous job. Keep up the good work. Many of us are extremely
grateful. Best wishes always.
SHEILA OVINGTON, SGH53; Georgia
When I visited Detroit in December of 2013,
my son drove me around the old neighborhood I grew up in.
Pictured are the Connelly’s house on Petoskey (on the right) and the Ovington’s redbrick house at 15359 Woodingham.
The Ovingtons, Ron, Pat, Harold and Jerry all
attended St. Gregory’s. The Connellys are
Ray, Louise, Margaret, Jim, Janice, Jerry and Richard.
MIKE “MICKEY” BIRKETT, SGH65; North Carolina
Peace and Love to all, from the Birkett’s in beautiful
North Carolina. And thanks to the alumni volunteers
for all they do!
It was a surprise birthday party for Virginia Cessante
this year! Celebrating were some of the girls from
‘62.
Jane (Brennan) Watters
Virginia (Cessante) Ardley
Paula (Valovich) Boucher
WARD CASE, SGH63; Arizona
Some time ago Will Winter SGH61 and his family stopped to visit here
in Sun City, Arizona. They were touring the southwestern states, from
their home in Seattle, Washington. It was good to see him again, after
all these years!
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All Deceased Alumni
From
Paul Staffeld SGH52
Rita (Hastings) Orlowski
SGH43; Loving Mother, From
Peggy Thatcher
Peter J. & Edgar Caswell
SGH41; Beloved Family, from
Pat (Caswell) Drinkwater SGH46
Nehs and Progar Families
In Loving Memory, From
JoAnne (Nehs) & Phil Progar SGH60,61
Marylou (Dorsey) Smith
SGH52; From
Suzanne Smith
Dorothy (Gleeson) Gilardone
SGH56; Loving Wife Of
Frank Gilardone SGH52
Classes of ‘57, ‘58, 59
In Loving Memory, From
Bo Bastianelli SGH57
Leroy Wint
SGH47; Loving Husband, From
Virginia (Viau) Wint SGH47
Robert Zettel
In Loving Memory, From
Donald, Larry, Betty Zettel SGH56
Dr. Jeffrey Kulpa
SGH66; Beloved Brother of
Jim and Mike Kulpa, SGH66, SGH64
Charles Guidobono & Robert Burley
SGH48; In Loving Memory, From
Frank Guidobono
Chuck Jennings
SGH59; In Loving Memory, From
Judy & Ernie McLaughlin SGH59/59
Jerry Radke
SGH49; Beloved Husband of
Jean (DiMascio) Radke SGH49
William and Teresa Turnbull
Loving Parents Of
Shirley (Turnbull) Littlepage SGH47
In Memory- Heffernan Family
Deceased Members; From
Daniel Heffernan SGH45
William, Lois & Michael Boddy
SGH40, SGH42, SGH67; Loving Family
Sue & Jan Boddy, SGH66 & SGH63
A Big THANK YOU
To All Who Frequent French’s Flowers
Judie (Bernick) Nagy SGH58
Ward & Virginia Case
Loving Parents of
Ward, Jim, Chuck, Ray, Ginny
Harold Ovington
SGH53; Loving Husband of
Sheila Ovington
Ambrose & Dorothy Brown
Beloved Parents of
Ron, Judy, Marina, Dennis, Pat
Anthony Ditzhazy
SGH57; In Loving Memory, From
Dolores (Cobb) Ditzhazy SGH57
James Syrett
In Loving Memory, From
Maureen (Syrett) & Ron Ovington
Claire Avery
SGH51; Lifetime Friend; From
Larry Dingman, SGH51
Kloka Family
In Loving Memory, From
Barbara (Kloka) Hackett SGH45
Michael Mead
Loving Son of
Dee (Durocher) & Ernie Lallmann
Virginia Hogan
In Loving Honor, From
Cathy & Cheryl Hogan SGH68/64
In Memory of Car Guys,
Rod & Custom of Redford
Emery Viazanko SGH60
Dolores & Elaine Wenzel
SGH49; Loving Family of
Eleanor (Wenzel) Simpson SGH55
Irene (Snyder) Cullen
SGH44; Loving Mother, From
Chris Cullen SGH66
Richard Collins
In Loving Memory; Husband of
Sharon (Jones) Collins SGH56
Kathryn (Ackerman) Morin
SGH47; Beloved Husband of
Leo Morin SGH46
Pat Gallagher
Loving Sister-In-Law; From
Evelyn (Gallagher) Renault SGH49
Casmer Juszczyk
SGH52; Loving Brother, From
Shirley & Bob Stork SGH52
Rita Brey & Mary Lindsey
In Loving Memory, From
Ann (Kolmesh) Crespi SGH53
Margaret Gelinas
In Loving Memory; From
Carol (Gelinas) Stodart, SGH60
Phyllis Patricia Macay
Beloved Daughter; From
Pat (Caswell) Drinkwater, SGH46
Charles & Dorothy Lapko
Beloved Parents of
Chris Lapko SGH67
In Memory—Class of 1962
From
Bob Rocco SGH62
Farquharson Family
Kay, Joe, Doris, Kenneth, Allan
From Joan (Farquharson) Buchanan
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Class of 1964’s 50-Year Reunion—Coming August 9, 2014
Class Officers:
President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Ted Znoy
Theresa Muzzin
Judy Reiz
Patricia Pokusa
Student Council
President
Keith Winter
Pastor
Rev. Carlton J Kraus
Pastor Emeritus Rt Rev Msgr Frank A Pokriefka
Assistants
Rev Richard Maurer
Rev James Bullion
Principal
Head Coach
Mother M. Beatrix, IHM
Bernie Holowicki
Pope
Paul VI
U.S. President
Vice President
John F Kennedy & Lyndon B Johnson
None from Nov ‘63 to Jan ‘65
Above:
The fourteen National Honor
Society Inductees.
Right:
Eight students who have been
on the Honor Roll for all four
years.
Below:
The thirteen Senior Lettermen
LIFE THEN:
3-bedroom home $15,425…
New Ford $3,233…
Average Income $6,249…
Minimum Wage $1.25 hr
TUNES OF THE TIMES:
Pretty Woman… I Want to Hold
Your Hand… Chapel of Love…
Twist and Shout… I Get Around
SIGNS OF THE TIMES
Ford Mustang introduced… Beatles
on Ed Sullivan Show… Zip Codes
introduced… Kennedy Half-Dollar
released....Nobel Peace Prize to
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Clockwise:
· A&W Drive-In
· Davison Expressway
· Petoskey Avenue
· Bob Bolton’s Bar & Grill
· Neighborhood Alley
· Cunningham’s Drug Store
Old Neighborhood
Memories
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MARY M. BAKER, SGH49; Michigan
Pertaining to bumping into St. Gregory Grads any place, near or far away—it’s really a
small world. I had the pleasure of meeting Carl Krushinski SGH61, at the U.S. Army’s
5th General Hospital in Stuggart, Germany in 1963. Carl came into the hospital with a
friend, to visit a patient on our medical-surgical ward, where I was working as an Army
Trained L.P.N., MOS 91C70.
While Carl was waiting for his friend, he asked me where in the States did I come from
and I said Michigan. He said he also was from Michigan. He then asked me where in
Michigan and I told him Detroit. He then asked what streets did I live on, and I said in
the Fenkell and Livernois vicinity. Carl then asked me what school I graduated from
and I said St. Gregory—then he said that he did too! I was shocked and surprised to
meet a St. Gregory grad, over 6,000 miles from the school—and I was very happy to
meet him. He really was a very nice and pleasant person. I was happy and pleased to
shake his hand. I couldn’t believe that I would meet a St. Gregory grad so far away
from home. It gave me a very happy feeling inside, hearing a nice voice from home.
I served in the Women’s Army Corp from 1949 to 1972. I had spent from 1960-62 in
Orleans, France at the 34th General Hospital. Then I was stationed from 1962-64 in
Stuggart, Germany. SFC Mary M. Baker, USA Retired
The St. Gregory Men’s Club has done much to assist the athletic program at St. Gregory. Through its financial efforts new equipment for football and basketball has been purchased. These men are very familiar to us for we see them handling tickets at the
games, keeping order in the gym, soliciting ads for the football programs, selling patron tickets, etc. Each one of them has been
generous with his time and efforts and we, the beneficiaries of all their work, wish to thank them and Reverend Father Bullion.
Some of the members of this club are:
Front row: Thomas Watters, James Walsh, Charles Hogan, Father J. Bullion, John Jensen, William Kent and James Rozsynai.
Second row: Thomas Brand, Joseph Charnley, Joseph Giordano, John McGeary, John McFeely, and Raymond Dziewit.
Third row: Ambrose Brown, Milton Leahy, Joseph Sartore, Ralph Sarotte, and Philip Mitchell.
(1964 Yearbook)
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Pat Bradford & Gloria Leflar
SGH53 & 52; In Loving Memory, From
Jim Leflar SGH52
McKendry Family
Loving family, From
Mary (McKendry) Ross SGH49
Ida Wixom
SGH64
In Memory of My Dearest Friend, From
Maureen (Butler) Frahm SGH65
Marie Billie Orr
Loving Mother, From
Don Orr SGH62
Danny Toal
SGH58; From
Bill Whistle SGH58
Class of 1947—In Memory
From
Mary Jo (Murphy) Locke SGH47
Mary Ellen & Kathryn Ackerman
SGH46, 47; Loving Sisters, From
Ginny (Ackerman) Monforton SGH59
Carl & Greg Lawrence
Loving Husband and Son, From
Anna (Schlegelmann) Lawrence
In Loving Memory of Mrs. “M”
And Class of 1960
Beloved Family, From
Paul Reiz SGH60
In Memory—Class of 1966
From
Vincent Cessante SGH66
Viau and Schmitt Families
In Loving Memory, From
Mary Ellen (Schmitt) Viau SGH43
Marilyn Saam
In Loving Memory, From
Frank Saam SGH51
Carol, Larry, Bob Gerada
SGH65, 67, 71; Loving Brothers, From
Peg (Gerada) Elwarner SGH63
John Robert (Bob) Peters
Beloved Brother, From
Marilyn Peters
Sr. Vita Marie, IHM
In Loving Memory, from
Judy (Kenyon) McLaughlin SGH59
Jeanne Crowe
SGH63; Loving Friend, From
Jean (Lippe) Fenton SGH63
Colletta & Joe Snyder
In Loving Memory, From
Sally (Snyder) Durzo SGH54
Cronenwett Family
In Loving Memory, From
Betsy (Cronenwett) Rosinski SGH63
Kozlowski & Charnley Families
Deceased Members; From
Barb (Charnley) & Dave Kozlowski
Dr. Jeff Kulpa
SGH66; Beloved Brother, From
Mike and Jim Kulpa SGH64, 66
Tom Offer
SGH68; In Loving Memory, From
Mary Offer
Gregory Loiselle
SGH66; Loving Brother, From
Roger Loiselle SGH60
Donna (Haddock) Burk
SGH46; Loving Wife, From
Robert Burk SGH46
Michael Tuohy
Loving Brother, From
Helen, Theresa, and James Tuohy
Sharon Ahearn
SGH60; “Then, Now and Always”, From
Paula (Norlock) Vollmar SGH60
Mike Tuohy
In Memory, From
Bill Whistle
Robert Wickett
SGH68; Beloved Brother, From
Terry Wickett SGH65
Nagel Family– In Memory
From
Bob, Joanne, Jane, Jim Nagel
Cathy Shea
SGH60; In Loving Memory, From
Jackie (Meyers) Greene SGH60
Robert Thomas Connelly
“His Life Was Brief, But We Remember”
Louise, Margaret, Jim Connelly
Connie (MacDonald) Russo and
Armand Russo
SGH45, 42; Loving Family, From
Faye & Edward Horvath SGH42
Marie (Redilla) Miller
SGH47; In Loving Memory, From
Irene (Miller) Henderson
Parker Family
In Loving Memory, From
Rosemary (Parker) Harnish SGH46
Corrine and Marie Mayotte
SGH43, 49; Loving Sisters, From
Jeanne (Mayotte) Matuska SGH45
Casmer & Lillian Juszczyk
Beloved Parents, From
Shirley, Don, Dorothy
Arnold, Sadie and Joan Riley
Beloved Parents and Sister, From
Pat, Helen, Sonny, Mary Ann
Walter, Julia & Irene Mattes
Loving Family, From
Florence (Mattes) Rader SGH49
Dorothy & Chuck Lapko
Reg & Arlene Morin
Beloved Parents, From
Gene, Chris, Sandi, Karen
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Antionette & Charles Patrello
In Loving Memory, From
Annette (Patrello) Quillan SGH66
CATHERINE (ABATE) BENT, California
Thank you for arranging to have my brother Dominic Abate, SGH52 remembered August 10, 2014 at the
Alumni Memorial Mass. I am grateful to you. Domenic was a man of faith, and he died with the Rosary
in his pocket. He lived in Kingman, Arizona and was killed some years ago by one of his employees. His
widow, Bettie (Ford) Abate, was from the neighborhood also, going to Cooley High. Life is not always
fair, but somehow we get through it. Our faith in a fair God is strong. The foundation of our lives is the
Catholic education our parents gave us, and that is what sees us through the good and bad times.
ELIZABETH (ALLEN) BRADLEY, SGH58; Michigan
When the upper church was being built, I was working in the church getting ready for
the dedication ceremony. A person came into the church and some of us girls approached the man and told him that the church wasn’t open yet and that we were trying
to finish up because the bishop was coming to consecrate the church that Sunday. The
man smiled and kind of laughed when he told us that he was the bishop! It was Monsignor Pokriefka’s mission in life to have a beautiful upper church building, and
by-George, he did it—without bingo. He was opposed to bingo. My parents were married in the basement church and when it came my turn, I was married in that beautiful
upper church. Over the years, I helped in both the upper and lower churches, under the
eye of Sister Mary Peters. We trimmed the candles and vigil lights, dusted and tied all
those bows for the cloth at the communion rail. That was a job! That was a looong communion rail! I
also counted money in the rectory on Sundays. Memories will never let St. Gregory’s die. It was a very
important part of our growing up and that’s something that goes on…
MARCIA (SMIGELSKI) REISER, SGH69;
Michigan
I attended St. Gregory my junior year, 1967-68.
My sister Valerie Smigelski attended 1966-67.
Valerie passed away in 1998. I appreciate all
the efforts to keep our community together.
GERALD WEINZAPFEL, Salesian HS ‘61;
Michigan
I attended St. Gregory from the third grade
through the ninth grade. Please add me to your
St. Gregory Newsletter mail list. Even though I
graduated from Salesian, my memories of the
kids and the time spent at St. Gregory FAR outweigh the time spent at Salesian. I know more
alumni from St. Gregory than Salesian. Jack
Poniatowski SGH61, w as and still is a best
friend. Thank you.
Modern Delicatessen at 3900 Fenkell UN 2-9795
VIRGINIA (VIAU) WINT, SGH47; Michigan
We lived at 8335 Chalfonte at Northlawn where my brother and I were born. The house
is still there and looks great considering many of the houses on the block are missing.
We went to Clinton for kindergarten and then to St. Gregory’s until graduation. I lived
there until I married Lee Wint SGH47, in 1953. Our class at one time held the honor of
marrying the most in our own class of “47”. Also many might remember Bill Viau, who
married Mary Ellen (Schmitt) Viau SGH42. Please keep up the good work. It’s so enjoyable to remember.
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ST. GREGORY SCHOOL ALUMNI NEWSLETTER
Summer Edition, July 2014; Number 52
The St. Gregory School Alumni Newsletter is published semi-annually, each winter (January) and summer (July), by the St.
Gregory Alumni Association, Inc, 9759 W. Royal Ridge Drive, Sun City AZ 85351. Membership dues are not required. Your
donation to our non-profit organization makes this publication and our social events possible. The deadline to submit ads, articles, and photos for publication is as follows: Winter edition deadline is December 1st, and the Summer edition deadline is June
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Mike Morrison, Vice President
Jeanne (Sancricca) Nadler, Secretary
Peg (Gerada) Elwarner, Treasurer
MISSION STATEMENT
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its members and is committed to providing service to our community.
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St. Gregory’s former parish buildings—status
The school building continues to be leased as a private
school and the building appears to be in very good condition. Many alumni toured the building after Mass at the invitation of the principal on Sunday, June 9, 2013.
The gymnasium continues to be used by Coach Will Crume,
who organizes and coaches a number of basketball teams
made up of the kids in the neighborhood.
The church building also appears to be in good condition
and is not in use at this time. We understand that the altar
and statues have been removed and sent to Our Lady
Queen of Martyrs in Beverly Hills, Michigan.
Baker’s Keyboard Lounge celebrates 80 years of the best in Jazz
When the oldest running jazz club in the world turns 80, you have to make a
big deal of it, which is what Baker’s Keyboard Lounge did in May, 2014, its
80th anniversary.
The Baker’s Keyboard Lounge story began in 1934 when Chris Baker opened
a beer and sandwich restaurant at the club’s current location on Livernois
and Eight Mile Road in Detroit. The Bakers made it their goal to search out
the finest jazz musicians and bring them to Detroit. For the 80th celebration
shows, Baker’s Musical Director, saxophonist Allan Barnes, planned tributes
to the artists who have played the club through the years.
(Detroit News, Andrea Daniel; 4/30/14)
Catholic Mass Mob crowds pew-struggling, historic Detroit Churches
Welcome the Detroit Catholic Mass Mob, a fledgling movement to fill the pews and the collection plates at
some of the city’s treasured and architecturally significant sanctuaries. The Detroit Mass Mob, taking
cues from a similar effort in Buffalo, made its second showing on Sunday, May 4, 2014 as organizers
urged Catholics to attend the 11 a.m. Mass at St. Charles Borromeo Church on Detroit’s east side. The
Mass Mob got its footing in early April when 100 people showed up for Mass at St. Hyacinth Church in
Detroit’s old Poletown neighborhood. Upcoming church visits include: July 13, 10 a.m. Mass at Sweetest
Heart of Mary Church, 4440 Russell Street; August 24, 12:00 noon Latin Tridentine Mass at St. Albertus
Church, 4231 St. Aubin Street; September 28, noon M ass at St. Florian Church, 2626 P oland
Street, Hamtramck; October 5, 11:00 a.m. Mass at St. Hyacinth Church, 3151 Farnsworth Street; November 16, 11:30 a.m. Mass at Our Lady Queen of Apostles, 3851 Prescott, Hamtramck. For more information, visit the “Catholic Mass Mob of Detroit” on Facebook. (Detroit Free Press, P. Montemurri; 3/3/14)
A 140-Acre Forest is about to materialize in the middle of Detroit
After nearly five years of planning, a large-scale attempt to turn a big chunk of Detroit into an urban forest is now underway. The purchase of more than 1,500 vacant city-owned lots on the city’s lower east
side—a total of more than 140 acres—was approved by the city and state. The buyer, Hantz Farms, has
committed to clearing 50 derelict structures, cleaning up the garbage dumped across the neighborhood,
planting 15,000 trees, and mowing regularly. Planting of the hardwoods will begin in earnest this fall
(2014) and the urban forest will be called Hantz Woodlands. (Sarah Goodyear, 10/25/13)
New Hockey Arena for Red Wings on track to open for 2016-17 season
The new hockey arena will be on the west side of Woodward, just north of I-75 and not far from Comerica Park. (Detroit Free Press, Joe Guillen; 2/2/14)
State Fairgrounds plan with Magic Johnson a blank slate
A development group that includes Ervin Magic Johnson has gained control of the former Michigan State
Fairgrounds and plans to construct entertainment, housing and retail on the site.
(Detroit Free Press, John Gallagher; 10/1/13)
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Henehan Family
In Loving Memory, From
Bernard Henehan SGh48
Keith Winter
SGH64; In Loving Memory, From
Leo & Elaine (Mailloux) Stebbins
Menosky Family
In Loving Memory, From
Nancy (Menosky) Borth SGH55
Ray Hartmus
Beloved Husband, From
Mary (Randazzo) Hartmus SGH61
Jim (Sleepy) Caraher
SGH65; In Memory, From
Bob Leshan SGH65
Gilmartin Family
In Loving Memory, From
David Gilmartin SGH49
McNulty Family
In Loving Memory, From
Eugene McNulty SGH50
Marcel & Dorothy Loiselle
Beloved Parents, From
Jim, Armand, Joan, Roger, Paul, Greg
Ron Cieslak
SGH60; Beloved Brother, From
Elaine (Cieslak) Jarzabek SGH62
The Great Class of 1943
In Loving Memory, from
Tom Taylor SGH43
Ruby & Bill Montgomery
Beloved Parents, From
Jean, Gary, Sandy SGH56,60,64
Judy Ann Reiz
SGH64; Beloved Sister, From
Paul Reiz SGH60
Edith, Doug, Lynne Kenyon
Beloved Family of
Ernie & Judy McLaughlin SGH59/59
Peter & Craig
In Loving Memory, from
Rita (Louisignau) Keenan SGH45
Tom Boucher
SGH61; Beloved Husband, From
Paula (Valovich) Boucher SGH62
St. Gregory Parish—In Memory
From
Ernie & Judy (Kenyon) McLaughlin
Patricia E. (Foulks) Haas
SGH45; Loving Wife of Howard Haas
Loving Mother of
Lance, Pamela, Sherry, Christopher
Marguerite McLaughlin
In Loving Memory, From
Ernie & Judy (Kenyon) McLaughlin
Aldo Mastro
SGH43; Beloved Husband of
Maggi (Enright) Mastro SGH43
Vincent & Mary Bono
Beloved Grandparents, From
Mary (Randazzo) Hartmus SGH61
Class of 1947—Deceased Members
In Loving Memory, From
Joe & Pauline Gamache SGH47/47
Mark Stambersky
In Loving Memory, From
Laurine McDonnell SGH58
John P. Ebaugh
SGH53; In Loving Memory, From
Betty, Jim, Louis Ebaugh
Bob Kutcher
Beloved Brother, From
Gene Kutcher SGH53
George Stipanovich &
Tony Gentile
SGH58; In Loving Memory, from
Elizabeth (Allen) Bradley SGH58
Morgan Family
In Loving Memory, From
Marilyn (Morgan) Ritchie SGH53
Dolly (Argenta) Sinelli
SGH47; Beloved Wife, From
Antonio Sinelli
Stoecklin Family
In Loving Memory, From
Rosemary, Louis, Daniel, Carol Ann
Jerry & Brian Dacey
SGH57,58; Beloved Family, From
Patricia (Barry) Dacey SGH58
William & Carmen LaFerle
Beloved Parents, From
Mary, Bill, Joe, Fran LaFerle
Dolly (Argenta) Sinelli
SGH47; In Loving Memory, From
Joe Argenta SGH45
Joseph Tomakowski &
Daniel Mullan
SGH42; In Loving Memory, From
Susan (Mullan) Tomakowski
Kopicko Family
In Loving Memory, From
Patricia Kopicko SGH59
Paulette (Cady) Malloy-Nelson
SGH64; In Loving Memory, From
Ward Case SGH63
Murphy & Locke Families
In Loving Memory, From
JO (Murphy) Locke SGH47
Donald L LaFrance
SGH59; In Loving Memory, From
Rosalie (Dolly) LaFrance SGH59
Class of 1962
In Loving Memory, From
Jane (Brennan) Watters SGH62
The
I.H.M. Sisters
Of St. Gregory School
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Norbert & Kate Crowe
Beloved Parents of
Sharon, Jeanne, Ron
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Rosemary (Connor) Yert
SGH58; Beloved Sister & Best Friend of
Patricia (Connor) Bebes SGH57
Bill McKendry
SGH47; Beloved Husband, From
Esther (Garbacik) McKendry SGH48
Tom Gentile
In Loving Memory, From
Joanne (Gentile) Digiovanni SGH68
Trevisol Family
Sidney, Yvonne, Jean, Joanne
Beloved Family of
Betty (Trevisol) McKenna SGH59
Jerry Cahill
In Loving Memory, from
From Nancy (Grace) Sebastian SGH62
Class of 1952
In Loving Memory, From
Shirley (Branchick) Holman SGH52
Rosemary (Connor) Yert
SGH58; Beloved Sister & Best Friend
Kathleen Connor SGH48
Phyllis Macay
Beloved Niece of
Hazel (Caswell) Lacroix SGH49
Agnes, Otto, Mary Swoish
Beloved Family of
Bob, Jack, Jim, Mary Lou
Garnett & Rodger Bastien
SGH43,52; Loving Brothers, From
Madelyn (Bastien) Malane SGH46
Shirley (Dent) Pistolesi
In Loving Memory, From
Al & Judie (Bernick) Nagy SGH55
Charles A. Hogan
Beloved Father, From
Cheryl & Cathy SGH64,68
Steve & John Sullivan
In Loving Memory, from
Martine (Strauss) Sullivan SGH58
Val & Eleanor Weakland
In Loving Memory, From
Pat, Peggy and Mary Jane
The IHM Sisters of St. Gregory’s
In Loving Memory, from
Bill Winter SGH61
Ilene (Hollfelder) Berry
SGH43; In Loving Memory, From
Janice Berry SGH71
Julius, Sophie, and Lorraine Brodie
Beloved Parents and Sister of
Sally (Brodie) Zevchak SGH53
Roy Plumer & Class of 1957
In Loving Memory, from
Lodavico Bastianelli SGH57
Allen Family—In Memory
Tom, Maureen, Regina, Patrick, Phoebe
Elizabeth (Allen) Bradley SGH58
Bradley & Gamache Families
In Loving Memory of our Parents, from
Joe & Pauline (Bradley) Gamache 47
James & Margaret Morgan
From
Hugh Morgan SGH46
Bonnie (Bogus) Petrow
SGH67; Loving Sister; From
Tom Bogus
Joan (Alexander) Rossetti
SGH64; Loving Friend of
Patricia (Khoury) Stimac SGH65
Donald LaFrance
Beloved Husband, From
Rosalie LaFrance
Class of 1956
In Loving Memory, From
Pat (Hughes) Morrison SGH56
Dear Friends- Jerry Daksiewicz and
Dorothy Cronenwett
Elizabeth (Reilly) Riley SGH63
Sr. M. Athanasia, IHM
In Loving Memory, From
Frank Camden SGH60
Kathleen Kelly
SGH60; Loving Sister, From
Joann (Kelly) Stambersky SGH59
Emil & Vincenza Vagnetti
Loving Parents of
Carl, John, Mike, and Frank
Kathleen “Kaye” Kelly
In Loving Memory, From
Diana (Leshan) Riebel SGH60
Hughes, Koluder, Morrison Families
In Loving Memory, from
Pat (Hughes) Morrison SGH56
Joseph & Margaret Charnley
Beloved Parents of
Barbara (Charnley) Kozlowski SGH65
In Loving Memory of Classmates
Diane Minch, Mary Rupp, and
Sheila Lacey
Ernie & Judy (Kenyon) McLaughlin
John & Martha Khoury
Loving Parents of
Patricia, Arlene, John, Maureen
Carolyn (Hatherly) Jacques
SGH52; In Loving Memory, from
Jay Jacques
In Memory of Boucher Family
Bea, Bob, Jerry, Jim, Tom
From Jeanette Boucher SGH52
In Honor of
The Weakland Sisters
Pat ‘65, Peggy ‘66, Mary Jane ‘71
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Ken, Louie, Eddie Antaya
In Memory of My Loving Brothers
Yvonne (Antaya) Young SGH43
Class of 1947
Deceased Members–In Loving Memory
Francis Costella SGH47
RITA JOANNE (HASTINGS) ORLOWSKI, SGH43; 1925-2013
I am Peggy Thatcher, Rita’s daughter. We are sending this along to you per my
Mom’s request, which I found in her funeral folder. I remember Mom telling all
the stories of the St. Gregory Sisters, the classes, events and all of her friends. I
have the July 2013 Newsletter and she is on page 15, on the bottom left. She is
the one in the front row looking up to heaven. Just like Mom!
She had pulmonary fibrosis for the last four years and she went peacefully. Now
she is happy and dancing with “Louie” (Dad) in heaven. They were married in
1948 at St. Scholastica Church. After Dad retired in 1980, they spent many happy times golfing, league bowling, volunteering and traveling. Mom was an Eucharistic Minister, coordinator of the greeters, a member of the Pastoral Council and
Rosary Altar Society. She was a volunteer and member of various local organizations too. They were blessed with one daughter, two grand daughters and four
great-grandchildren. God Bless Mom!
ARIZONA REUNION LUNCHEON
St. Gregory Alumni in Arizona gathered on April
29, 2014 for a luncheon reunion at the Motor City
Café in Tempe. There were eleven of us, including eight (8) Alumni. Leo and Elaine came all the
way from Colorado! Joan Houghtailing won the
big door prize, a basket of Michigan-made products. Other door prizes were a 6-pack of Faygo
pop, Bettermade Potato Chips, and Sanders
fudge.
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Joan (Cummings) Houghtailing
Mary Jane (Cummings) Femrite
Larry & Nancy Miller
Joe Repshas
Ward & Linda Case
Ruth Ann (McGeary) Repshas
Leo Stebbins
Elaine (Mailloux) Stebbins
LODAVICO “BO” BASTIANELLI, SGH57;
IANELLI’S MARKET
7420 Eaton Street, Detroit
Ianelli’s Market, located at 7420 Eaton at Prairie, was owned and operated by Margret
and Vic Ianelli. The market was the backbone of the neighborhood of Livernois, Wyoming, Fenkell and Lyndon, where families did their weekly grocery shopping. The market specialty was their fresh meat counter where butchers Bob and Fritz cut and
trimmed meat daily. Bob and Nan (Ianelli’s daughter) were the produce, stock and
cashier managers. The cashiers were Betty and Vi. The stock boys and baggers were
many; Jerry Vimr, full time; Don Nash SGH58, Tim Driscoll SGH61, and myself, were
part-timers. Nan would schedule my work hours so that I could play baseball and football at St. Gregory’s. She also scheduled my hours while I attended the University of
Detroit. This staff worked at Ianelli’s until the store was sold. Some worked for the new
owners, but not for long, as the conditions of work were not the same. I often told customers that I was hired because “Ianelli” was part of my last name. Margret and Vic and their staff were
great people to work for. In the 50’s, the extended family of the Ianelli’s was involved with Motor City
Speedway race track at the Michigan State Fair Grounds.
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Clockwise:
· Vernors Factory
· Graystone Ballroom
· Wetmore’s Alignment
· Wigwam Trading Post
· Sears Department Store
· Ford Model-T Assembly Plant
Woodward Avenue
back in the day
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KIDS IN THE FIFTIES
Were you a kid in the fifties? Everybody makes fun of our childhood! Comedians joke. Grandkids snicker. But was our childhood really all that bad? Judge for yourself.
Sixty years ago, in 1954, the U.S. population was less than 150 million, yet you knew more people then,
and knew them better. The average annual salary was under $3,000, and yet our parents could put
some of it away for a rainy day and still live a decent life. A loaf of bread cost about fifteen cents, and it
was safe for a five-year-old to roller skate to the store and buy one. Prime time meant “I Love Lucy”,
“Ozzie and Harriet”, “Gunsmoke”, and “Lassie”, and nobody ever heard of television ratings or filters.
We didn’t have air conditioning, so the windows stayed up and a half-dozen mothers on the block ran
outside when you fell off your bike. The only hazardous material you knew about was a patch of grass
burrs around the light pole at the corner. You loved to climb into a fresh bed at night because the sheets
were dried on the clothesline.
Parents were respected and their rules were the law; children did not talk back. Your dad knew how to
adjust everybody’s carburetor, and the dad next door knew how to adjust all of the television knobs.
Grandma grew snap beans in the backyard and chickens behind the garage.
Just when you were about to do something really bad, chances were you would run into your dad’s high
school coach or the nosy lady from up the street, or your little sister’s piano teacher, or somebody from
church—all of whom knew your parents’ phone number—and your first name!
I remember the sound of the push mower on Saturday mornings,
the smell of burning leaves piled at the curb, summers filled with
bike rides, baseball games, the soda fountain, Saturday matinee
double-features, hanging out in the alley with the gang; Kool-Aid
powder, wax lips and bubblegum cigars. Didn’t that feel good, just
to go back and say, “Yeah—I remember that!”
ANNE MARIE (LOTT) DICICCO, SGH50; Michigan
“Our 1950 Neighborhood”
Dexter Boulevard, Fenkell and Livernois Avenues were the boundaries of our neighborhood. Shady streets, lined with elm trees. I
remember the circus which set up tents along the railroad tracks,
summer evening walks to Wilson’s for a double-decker cone,
strains of music drifting from the Campus Ballroom above Cunningham’s; the Fenkell Theater and the Picadilly, where they kept
well-stocked candy counters, and the drugstore at Dexter and Fenkell where I worked behind the soda fountain for fifty cents an
hour. Those were the days.
Remember when…
Mom was at home when we got
home from school; when a quarter
was a decent allowance.
Remember…
Toting your friends on your handle
bars; running till you were out of
breath.
Remember when the very first
Honey Baked Ham Store was on the
corner of Fenkell and Holmur?
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In Memoriam
We have learned of the deaths of these Alumni and Friends of St. Gregory School. For their families we
ask God’s peace, love and grace of acceptance. Join us in a celebration of their lives at our Alumni and
Friends Memorial Mass and Brunch at St. Aidan’s Parish Hall on Sunday, August 10, 2014.
ABATE, DOMINIC ABATE CIESLAK, RON CIESLAK St. Gregory High School Class of 1952 St. Gregory High School Class of 1960 St. Gregory School Staff 1927-1929 ALEXANDER, JOAN ROSSATTI St. Gregory High School COPPERSTONE, DWYER, ALAN DWYER Class of 1964 SR MARY COPPERSTONE, IHM St. Gregory High School, Class of 1958 DUNN, SR. ROSE XAVIER, IHM St. Gregory High School Class of 1951 BATTERSBY, THERESA BATTERSBY DOUGLAS, ARTHUR B DOUGLAS SR St. Gregory High School Class of 1948 Father of Monica Douglas, Class of 1965 St. Gregory High School Class of 1945 FOULKS, PATRICIA HAAS BOUNDY, ROBERT BOUNDY DOYLE, SHARON MULLER St. Gregory High School Class of 1949 St. Gregory High School Class of 1954 St. Gregory High School Class of 1969 GRAFF, LYNDA LAUDERBACK CARRIVEAU, CECILIA THOMAS DRAIN, VERA DRAIN St. Gregory High School Class of 1940 Mother of Cassandra, Gershwin and Vernia Classes of 1965, 1966 Brother of Virginia and Mary Ellen Guest, Classes of 1958 and 1963 Husband of Mary Joyce Urban, Class of 1960 Class of 1959 St. Gregory High School Class of 1943 CHOUINARD, LARRY CHOUINARD CHARNLEY, SR. JOAN CHARNLEY IHM St. Gregory High School Class of 1955 DUFFY, JIM DUFFY St. Gregory High School, DRISCOLL, NORALYN DRISCOLL St. Gregory High School Class of 1965 30
GUEST, ROBERT GUEST HASTINGS, RITA ORLOWSKI HILDEBRAND, JOE HILDEBRAND Husband of Pat O’Connor, Class of 1951 In Memoriam
We have learned of the deaths of these Alumni and Friends of St. Gregory School. For their families we
ask God’s peace, love and grace of acceptance. Join us in a celebration of their lives at our Alumni and
Friends Memorial Mass and Brunch at St. Aidan’s Parish Hall on Sunday, August 10, 2014.
HINCKLEY, DIANE MINCH O’DEA, KATHLEEN KEIREN SHARP, MARGARET BARBOUR St. Gregory High School Class of 1959 St. Gregory High School Class of 1940 St. Gregory High School Class of 1934 KELLY, KATHLEEN KELLY O’NEILL, BARBARA STANECKI SIMPSON, ELEANOR LENTES St. Gregory High School Class of 1960 St. Gregory High School Class of 1952 St. Gregory High School Class of 1951 MARKIW, CYNTHIA SUTT OVINGTON, PATRICIA WALSKI SIURU, GARY SIURU St. Gregory High School Class of 1969 St. Gregory High School Class of 1951 Husband of Peggy Chouinard, Class of 1962 Mc NAMARA, THOMAS Mc NAMARA PREDMALO, FRANCES PREDMALO St. Gregory High School Class of 1950 St. Gregory High School Class of 1941 STAMBERSKY, AL STAMBERSKY St. Gregory High School Class of 1959 TWOMEY, MICHAEL TWOMEY St. Gregory High School Class of 1963 YOUNGBLOOD, BRUCE YOUNGBLOOD St. Gregory High School Class of 1969 YOUNGBLOOD, KENNY YOUNGBLOOD St. Gregory High School Class of 1975 Remembering
Lynda (Graff) Lauderback
Class of 1969
Alumni of the Year—2009
Loving Mother and Grandmother and Friend.
Rest In Peace.
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DONORS TO OUR ST. GREGORY ALUMNI
ASSOCIATION, DEC, 2013 THRU MAY, 2014.
Ahearn, Janet Frericks
Douglas, Monica
Lewis, Barbara Faw
Rocco, Bob
Allen, Elizabeth Bradley
Doyle, Janet
Loiselle, Armand
Roslonski, Helen Gatti
Andrus, Cornelia Hall
Ebaugh, Sylvia Sebweigel Mac, Ted
Ryan, Tom
Argenta, Joe
Elwarner, Peg & Jack
Machlik, Jean Riehl
Saam, Frank
Argenta, Kathy
Enright, Frank
Maher, Maureen Carron
Sancricca, Jeanne Nadler
Arthurs, Jean Collins
Farquharson, Joan Buchanan
Maher, Michael
Sancricca, Nicola
Arthurs, John
Fitzsimmons, Margaret
Malloy, Thomas
Sancricca, Vic
Barida, Greg
Fortuna, Jane Staniski
Mattes, Florence Rader
Scherrer, Ronald
Barnes, Barbara Inturrisi
Gagnon, Bill McDonnell, Laurine
Sinelli, Antonio
Barnes, Patricia Abadie
Garbacik, Esther McKendry
McDonough, Mary Riordan
Sitar, Richard
Barry, Patricia Dacey
Gelinas, Carol Stoddart
McGrath, James
Snyder, Sally Durzo
Bartush, Bob Gilardone, Frank
McKendry, Mary Ross
St. Amour, Leo
Bastianelli, Lodavico
Gilmartin, David
McKendry, Suzanne
Stambersky, Al
Beale, Noreen Lilla
Gitre, Pam Lukasek
McLaughlin, Ernie
Stoecklin, Rosemary Maglio
Beauchamp, Dick
Graff, Lynda Lauderback
McMillan, Eileen Schaefer
Strauss, John
Bernick, Judie Nagy
Greathouse, Barb Heimler
McNally, Harry
Strauss, Martine Sullivan
Brennan, Jane Watters
Guindon, Marlene Yuhas
Meyers, Jackie Greene
Swoish, Bob
Brodie, Sally Zevchak
Henderson, Kim Gordon
Milko, Virginia Brooks
Swoish, Jim
Brown, Fred
Herrick, Joe
Moran, Catherine Merglewski
Syrett, Maureen Ovington
Brown, Judy Twomey
Higgins, Mary Swoish
Morgan, Hugh
Taylor, Thomas
Brown, Kevin
Hogan, Cathy Karlson
Morin, Carmen Schinker
Thatcher, Peggy
Brown, Ron
Hogan, Cheryl
Morin, Karen Lapko
Trevisol, Betty Anne McKenna
Brozovic, Mary Trussler
Hoyt, Joseph
Morin,Leo
Tuohey, Theresa Schaar
Brozovic, Mike
Hughes, Patricia Morrison
Morrison, Mike
Turk, Frank
Bruno, Carol Stevenson
James, Judy Waling
Mullan, Marie Tomakowski
Twomey, Pat
Bulow, Richard
Kane, Bob
Mullan, Pat Turk
Vagnetti, Carl
Carron, Jim
Keating, Miriam Brown
Murphy, Mary Jo Locke
Vagnetti, John
Case, Ward & Linda
Kelly, JoAnn Stambersky
Muzzin, Louise Mac
Viau, Virginia Wint
Caswell, Pat Drinkwater
Kenyon, Judy McLaughlin
Nagle, Lorri Devaney
Walsh, Jim
Charnley, Barbara Kozlowski
Khoury, Pat Stimac
Nehs, Gerald
Walsh, Mary Gordon
Clements, Sharleen Rosso
Koch, June Ross
Nehs, JoAnne Progar
Waring, Ronald
Cobb, Dolores Ditzhazy
Kozlowski, David
Norlock, Ellen
Wenzel, Eleanor Simpson
Conley, Michael
Krushinski, Carl
Noyer, Albert
Whistle, Bill
Connor, Patricia Bebes
Kulpa, James
O'Donohue, Gerald
Wickett, Terence
Cooney, Bernard
Kulpa, Michael
O'Kelly Thomas
Wierzbicki, Joseph
Crawley, Margaret Madigan
LaFerle, Fran Lee
Ovington, Sheila
Wilhelm, Janet Cartier
Crespi, Ken
LaFrance, Rosalie
Paesani, Lillian
Winkel, Bill
Cronenwett, Betsy Rosinski
Lapko, Gene
Peters, Marilyn
Wutka, Mary Sco� Danna, Larry
Lawson, William
Progar, Phil
Zettel, Betty Delaney
Dinallo, Aldo
LeFlar, Jim
Randazzo, Mary Hartmus
Dingman, Larry
Leshan, Bob
Redilla, John
Doran, Kathy Lubig
Leshan, Diana Riebel
Riley, Helen Matta
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