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50 yr Reunion Class of 1964

Have re-created the Crusader ’64 yearbook into an on line version. For classmates, for families, for others interested in St. Francis High School.

SFHSfront

Captions with the last names of the class of 1964 now appear where I could identify them. Searching by last name will bring up pages where class members appear. Please feel free to share memories and leave comments on any page. If you have photos or video from our time at SFHS or from alumni events, please let me know via an email to mielniczuk at outlook dot com.

I propose that each of us from the class of 1964 leave a thought, life lesson learned, or best hope for the class of 2014 for their 50th reunion in 2064.

Confirmed as deceased

Peaceful rest to our classmates:

Missing Contact Information

We are missing information / addresses for the following:

  • Carlos Corbera
  • George Dubrasky
  • Jeff Filip
  • Michael Guy
  • James Kalinski
  • Michael Kania
  • Charles Karpus
  • Arthur Krystofinski
  • James Maj
  • Peter Mastrota
  • Thomas Mazol
  • Matthew McInerney
  • Alexander Nagy
  • John Riggs
  • George Takacs
  • Michael Wesolowski
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9 thoughts on “50 yr Reunion Class of 1964

  1. For those who do not have or want a wordpress login, there is a generic id shfsread. Credentials are sent to all known contacts. If writing a comment under that account, please leave your real name or initials. Thanks.

    Posted by sfhsread | November 10, 2013, 4:06 pm
  2. The four years I spent at SFHS were key to my development and success in both family and career. I have only fond memories of my classmates and faculty. Looking forward to the reunion.

    Posted by Barry Recame | March 7, 2014, 9:35 am
  3. To the Class of 2014,

    Believe in yourself, understand your capabilities, draw strength from your inner self (will), trust your instincts and understand that ultimately only you have the ability to control your destiny. Set your goals high, do not look back, what’s done is done. Learn from your mistakes and do not let others dissuade you from achieving all that you can be.

    Michael Salach

    Posted by Michael Salach | May 19, 2014, 11:42 am

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