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Monday, December 17, 2012

For the Sandy Hook Grade School Pupils ~

A Tribute

We could be a happy class back in 1963 and today we are all grown up and have children of our own. We want you to know we are mourning for yours. Our hearts share your sadness.
St. Paul School,  Fifth Grade. [See comment 8 for list of pupils.]


Anonymous said...

A President, his brother and a civil rights leader were assassinated back then. Cities burned in race riots; kids were dying in the jungles of Vietnam.

But nobody shot up schools, no one opened fire in movie theaters. What's happened to us? God comfort the parents of Newtown...and the rest of us.

p.s. I am in this picture.

Stephan P. said...

What a fine tribute, Charles.

Anonymous said...

I don't remember posing for this photo...but there I am, in the back row, second from the left! I count 41 students...amazing by today's standards. Thanks for posting this.
JoAnne :-)

Anonymous said...

What a nice tribute, and what a nice Christmas gift to those of us in the picture. I am the little boy in the center with the sun in my face (4th from the left, a bit behind the other boys).
Thank you, Charles.

Dennis Duffy

Anonymous said...

By the looks of it the girls sure do out number the boys. Wish I knew everyones name. I love to look at the pictures on this site and read the stories. I was in St. Peter school 5th grade in 1963.

Anonymous said...

I have a child in the first grade and have been fearful for her ever since this thing happend. I know I am silly but I can't get it out of my head.

Anonymous said...

I think some of the boys are missing,Mama Olexa, Jon Greenert, Gary Rhodeburger, and myself Jim Bellis to mention a few. I might be in some kind of detention but not Jonny Greenert. Wonder where we were?

Charles said...

A list of my pupils in Class 5 at St. Paul's School, 1963
Adamsky, Barbara
Bellis, James
Birchbichler, Nancy
Birchbichler, Rosemary
Bohan, Denis
Campbell, Janet
Conerty, Paula
Davis, Phyllis
Dorcy, Suzanne
Duffy, Dennis
Ference, Nadine
Fogel, Randall
Forcht, Joanne
Fredette, Jean
Frissora, Gordon
Gallagher, Debra
Garber, Barry
Geibel, William
Green, Jane
Henricks, Kathleen
Hovis, Susan
Jewell, Timothy
Johns, Mary
Johnson, Sandra
Johnston, Kathy
Kaylor, Thomas
Koehler, Scott
Langland, Mary Theresa
Lucas, Mary Ann
McClelland, Vicky
McCloskey, Sheila
Mahler, Marianne
Nocera, James
Nolan, Dennis
Rehm, Thomas
Rhodeburgher, Gary
Schaffner, Jean
Schreffler, Kenneth
Sherman, Eleanor
Tanaka, Anne
Thoma, Patricia
Thompson, Patricia
Tiberi, Susan
Toth, Janet
Vero, Denise
Waldron, Janet
Zambroski, James

Anonymous said...

I was a student of the of the first Butler Catholic class to graduate back in 1970. Does anyone have pictures of that class to post? My parents put all five of us through St. Paul's me being the youngest.