Submitted by Name: Jessica Root From: Holy Innocents E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hello, I am the new Director of Development at Holy Innocents. I am trying to edit and add to our Alumni Database, if anyone is willing to help out with that, please be in touch! We are also looking for people to be on the committee for the Annual Bob Ritchie Golf Tournament (coming up in October). We want to make this a great event so we need some great alums who are excited to help raise some money and put on an awesome event for our school! Please contact Jessica Root (Director of Development) if interested: email@example.com or 215-743-2600. Thanks!
Added: July 17, 2015
Submitted by Name: Mary Sheak From: Northeast Philly E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi everyone! I used to date Ricky Grace back in the 70's. We had a child together who will be turning 40 this week! Time flies. Anyway if anyone has any pictures of him or information I'd be grateful. For instance Ricky had two brothers Jack and Billy. Does anyone know them? My daughter has never seen a picture of Ricky or his family. His father lived on Lewis Street and his mother's name was Vera. That's all I have.
Added: July 12, 2015
Submitted by Name: dennis stasen From: juniata park
Comments: A big hello to all, i,ve been i hospital since june 1/ rehab, i had a full right knee replacement in november 2013, and got bad staff infection afterwards, they removed my knee replacement, till the infection is gone,and will put new knee in august sometime, i,m looking at labor day to be on my feet. I can,t wait.too all of you who sent me well wishes i will not forget you. and to my friend kevin [max] McGettigan when you bring me gelati don,t forget the leb sandwich. peace den cool
Added: June 30, 2015
Submitted by Name: Janet Ashby From: Juniata E-mail: Contact
Comments: i tried to reply to spuds notice about ms.pickfordit asked for adminiatration password i dont have one i never used one to reply to post before
Added: June 1, 2015
Submitted by Name: fred carciifi From: Maywood st///Orlando, Fl E-mail: Contact
Worked there, (hardware), 1963, part time.
Miss all of that stuff...
Really enjoy reading the comments here.
Added: May 27, 2015
Submitted by Name: Bob CUMMONS From: Potter st./Bensalem E-mail: Contact
Comments: Just wanted to let everyone know that Frankie Armstrong passed away on Tuesday 5/19. He was 64 and NECHS class of 68.
Added: May 25, 2015
Submitted by Name: alyce garabedian From: M street ( california) E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi nino It's been what over twenty years since you were out here! Hope all is well with you and your family.
Added: May 25, 2015
Submitted by Name: Nino From: K & Lycoming Streets E-mail: Contact
Comments: Juniata Hardware? I'm meeting up with Nick Myers in a few weeks. He and his uncle both worked there.
Alyce, yes, we visited Chris in Texas several times.
Added: May 25, 2015
Submitted by Name: Fred Carcifi From: 4051 Maywood st//now Orlando Fl E-mail: Contact
Comments: Thanks guys for bringing up so many great memories. I worked at Juniata hardware and also worked for Ralph at C & R Caterers. There was so much to do, never in the house...wish I could go back for one day to relive the innocence and security of the time.
Added: May 23, 2015
Submitted by Name: Alyce Garabedian From: " M" St ( California) E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Margie The older couple who owned those steps I do remember however not their names.They golfed with mr.and mrs.Riley.Gosh I was little.All those people are gone. She gave my mom a beautiful dish and I have it now.So next to them were the bowmans then the finnegans.I remember mr.Finnegan passing away but when I don't know.Yes I remember Kathy ,Gina and beth. Where are they now?.wow! When did you move? Did YOU KNOW Linda kolos? She is your age.She is doing well and lives in jersey. I do remember a little in regards to the drug store being called "greenies".Herbie what ever happened to him.Did he get in trouble with the law? I had heard along time ago -possibly. The store changed hands back in the early eighties.I remember seeing a Korean gentleman there.it was no longer a drug store.