Joseph Struck - 1970
Fondest Memories: My 3rd grade teacher Miss Mcternan, Miss Canaday, recess behind old Kenrick Hall, the Gingko tree, Father Biddle from Japan missions, Father Wols, Father Kinzig and the May processions with Sister Francis of Assisi.
Jim Black - 1971
Fondest Memories: First Communion
Jeff Struck - 1972
Fondest Memories: Being an alter boy for Father Kinzig at a 5:30 Mass and getting through it in record time - Father told me before the service that he had a tee-off time he didn't want to miss.
Andy Niewinski - 1973
Fondest Memories: The friends I made that I have to this day; Sister Eymardine; Catholic upbringing; playing football and basketball for Dr. Connor and my dad.
Tom Paulson - 1973
Fondest Memories: Working for the janitor, Mr. Ernie Panish, after school in 4th or 5th grade. He paid 10 cents and a carton of milk per day and 25 cents on Friday.
Richard Black - 1975
Fondest Memories: Sister Eymardine
Mary (Krzysciak) Sheedy - 1975
Fondest Memories: Having fun and enjoying growing up with my friends; Having to be a cheerleader; Loved it when we were able to play sports
Steven Lutz - 1975
Fondest Memories: Mrs. Devine reading to us The Melody Family.
Tim Glenn - 1977
Fondest Memories: Football practice at Goodwill Park, running laps at that age, the park seemed huge. I couldn't believe how small the park was the last time I saw it. Sneeking in the coal shute to play in Old Kendrick Hall comes to mind as well.
Roberta (Cheshareck) Doran - 1978
Fondest Memories: My friends
Other surveys submitted from the following alumni: Larry Struck - 1975