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•   Wayne Schuricht  3/18
•   Roger Loughran  12/19
•   Marnie Yinger (Sandham)  10/14
•   Peter Morgan  8/24
•   Betty Horvath (Byrne)  7/16
•   Marie Sprumont (Claypoole)  6/16
•   Charles Illig  6/8
•   Gerry McGarrity (Sheehan)  4/19
•   Sandra Covert (Steele)  4/15
•   Barbara Vestrand (Shema)  4/15
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1 lives in Alabama
2 live in Arizona
1 lives in Arkansas
7 live in California
1 lives in Colorado
2 live in Connecticut
24 live in Florida
4 live in Georgia
2 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Louisiana
9 live in Maryland
4 live in Massachusetts
3 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in Mississippi
4 live in New Hampshire
3 live in New Jersey
5 live in New York
3 live in North Carolina
15 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
153 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
5 live in South Carolina
4 live in Tennessee
7 live in Texas
1 lives in Utah
11 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
2 live in West Virginia
1 location unknown
107 are deceased


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hello red raiders,

If you are looking at the site you will notice a major change.  NO ADS!!

Thanks to several of your classmates, the website will continue and is funded for the next ten years without ads!


I hope you and your families are surviving and thriving through these crazy unprecedented times. I'm sure 2020 was a blur for most of us. Although I take the necessary precautions, I have not allowed the pandemic to keep me locked inside. I still took frequent trips to Pittsburgh last year to visit family and friends. I left Cleveland November 28th (by myself) and traveled to Greenville, NC, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, West Palm Beach, Hollywood Hard Rock Guitar Hotel, Naples and Fort Myers and had a great time visiting and staying with friends on the way. My goal is to retire this year or next (I still work for a publishing company selling advertising for a Senior Magazine...Northeast Ohio Boomer and Beyond) and hope to permanently move to Florida. Would love to know what other adventures classmates have taken in the past year or so. Who has gotten the vaccine? I"m waiting for my 2nd shot next week. It will get better and we will be back to some semblance of normalcy.

I would still like to pull together a "class reunion" via ZOOM in the next few months. I couldn't remember who offered us to use their ZOOM account to do this. Please contact me and let's see if we can work it out. If you are interested in participating, please let me know on this site,or write me at my personal email If you don't think we have your current contact information, please also send that to me so I can alter it on my spreadsheet from 2019. Thanks and keep the faith! Blessings to all in 2021.

Yvonne M. Pelino
561 307 4177

Just returned from vacation to the sad news about Bobby Engle. As Russ so eloquently put it, Bob was a saint in every respect, especially for putting up with Miss B's abuse. However, I can remember her speaking of him with great admiration for his talent. In the end, I think all of us choir members came to respect and cherish both of them. Bob was the epitome of professionalism, kindness and patience that the world continues to need, more than ever. It's obvious he cherished his high school days and friendships. I know he'll continue to make great music now for the angels.

Jeff Stayer

I attended Third Ward School on Victoria Avenue when Eddie Saliba was a volunteer firefighter. The fire station was directly across the street from the school and when we would hear the fire siren, we would look out the windows and there went Eddie, running toward the station. He and his brother had Saliba's store on the corner and it was always a delight to shop there for snacks. A Great memory for all of us from Third Ward School. Eddie stayed with the New Kensington Fire Department and passed away as a Chief. If you are interested, this is the link to his tribute ceremony in New Kensington.

I have some proud news... My daughter Erin has published her first book! For years, she’s been ghostwriting leadership and personal growth books.  

In true Erin style, it’s called, “Don’t Tell Me to Calm Down: Face Your Power & Find Your Peace.”

Here’s a link to the paperback version on Amazon:…/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_cT-nCbGM58VV4

Kindle version can be found on Amazon, too.


If you have not used our message forum, please do so!   

All you have to do is to click on the 'message forum' link on the home page.  You can get up to the minute information about your classmates and tell us about things in your lives.  

I will post one caveat:   NO POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, SLOGANS, ADS, ENDORSEMENTS, ETC, ETC.  This is a  tumultuous election.  Post all you want on your Facebook page, but keep this website politics-free.

I hope that you are taking advantage of using the site to keep in touch with your former classmates.  It is easy!

This is important:  please check your information for any changes you may have.  Please edit your information, especially if you have an update to your email address!! 

If you have changes to any personal information (address, email, phone), you can make those changes on your profile page.  Just click on your name and follow the prompts.  If you are having difficulty, please contact me at  Remember that only the people on the site have access to this information.  Your information is not shared with anyone else.

Also, thank you to those who have sent inforrmation about our classmates.  It takes all of us to keep this information current!

I hope you find this site useful and enjoy navigating it. 

Darlene Farkas Sprowls