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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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You only have 6 months on me. :D

Added: June 26, 2017
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