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So sorry to inform my former classmates that we lost a very special guy from our class, Bill McCaffrey, Bill loved St. Stephen's and even wrote two books about it. See the front page for the titles. Bill was teaching at the University of Texas when he passed away on September 26th or 27th, 2017. His wife Anne posted the following information about the service for Bill. "We will celebrate Bill's life at a Catholic Mass on Thursday, October 26th, 10:30 a.m. At St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Gaithersburg, Maryland." Wish that I could be there. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Added: October 20, 2017
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Went to St. Stephen's but moved after the 6th grade (1966).

Added: September 20, 2017
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Oops! No, there were not two Wayne Millers in the class of 1964.

Added: September 16, 2017
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In the booklet that was printed for the 2007 All-Class Reunion are these names from the Class of 1964: John McGlone, Wayne Miller, Catherine Flynn, and Wayne Miller.

Added: September 14, 2017
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So sorry to see participation dwindling.I remember fondly my time teaching at SS. Would like to hear from any SS parish members. Any one graduate 8th. grade in 1964? :D

Added: September 9, 2017
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Owe a lot of thanks to the person who listed the former nuns who taught at SSS.

My high school has an in memoriam page. Any chance we could have one?

Have a safe and happy 4th!


Added: July 3, 2017
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I wish all of you a Happy 4th!

Added: July 3, 2017
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Once again I'm acknowledging July 2nd as a special day of remembrance for my friend Joan Lare - today was her birthday. She was my first friend; we grew up on Nice Street and graduated from Saint Stephen's in 1955. Joan was a good friend, was outgoing, and possessed a really healthy sense of humor.The most significant thing Joan taught me concerned the role of women in our culture. As kids, all of us on Nice Street re-enacted some of the movies we saw at the Towne. Nothing unusual in that, I know. Once, after a war movie, we gathered and decided to play our own version of the movie. I recall the discussion of who would be what character; one kid said Joan could be the Nurse from the movie. Joan stepped right up and said with no antagonism "No, I'll be a soldier." My immediate thought was "Sure, who wouldn't want to be a soldier instead of a nurse?" And so we played our version of the movie. Years later, when that recollection came to me, I thought, "Wow, Joan was the first women's libber that I ever met - and she was a little kid at the time." And I admired her even more. Joan left this life too early, but I invariably smile when I think of her.

Added: July 2, 2017
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Class of 53 has just lost one of our own.Charlie Green from Butler St.passed away this week. Greenie was a great guy & a good friend & of course a North Catholic grad.May he rest in peace.

Added: June 30, 2017
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BOB GARVIN

Has anyone tried to collect data on the American Heroes from St.Stephen's that fought, lived and died in various Wars. It would probably be eye opening. I regret that I never served but I was a signature away from being a Marine. Your 82nd was legendary/


Added: June 29, 2017
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