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Welcome to the Butler Area Senior High Class Of 1964 web site




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Thank you to whoever left a note and Bookmark on Vic’s marker. I was happy to see he has not been forgotten, Thank you!


Below is what a '63 graduate, (Mel Miller) conveyed and was read to all those gathered Saturday evening for the 55th reunion of the Class of '64

Mel played basketball when he was a senior with some '64 grads--Jim Twerdok, Tom McGrath, Tom Hammonds, Marsh Miller, Gerhard Klann, John McClaren, Mike Zaccari, and Gordon Frole. The team was coached by Ed Hepe, '64 grad Nancy Hepe's father.

To the BHS Class of ’64 –

Hey Yinz.  Greetings from an older friend and long-time observer.  I am not so presumptuous as to say that I represent the Class of ‘63, these are just my thoughts about our mutual experience.

Most of my ‘63 class was born in 1944-45, just prior to the end of World War II.  The next class (‘64) were basically born in 1946 or later, after the war ended and you were the beginning of the true Baby Boomers.  My classmates were good folks and enjoyed being the first class to spend three years at the new campus on the hill.  But you guys, you had more students, more personality, more enthusiasm, more get up and go.  The difference between ‘63 and ‘64 was, and is, real and remarkable.

I won’t try to recall all the names or specifics, (for fear that I will overlook many) but the number and variety of your accomplishments is amazing.  You were, in my opinion, the Best Class at the Best of times in Butler’s Golden Era.

I am sorry that I missed this opportunity to be there with you.  Enjoy the occasion and celebrate each other and those that we remember.  We were so lucky to live in a wonderful place with a great school, one that exists in our hearts and minds.

Peace, love and hugs.

See you at the 75th!

Fondly, Mel Miller

These words were also echoed in comments made by ’64 grad, Karen Fleske Stewart who reminded us that the memories and friendships made during our high school years are so important and should be cherished as they have in part helped to form who we have become.

For those that were there, no words necessary.  For those who weren't, we missed you and hope to see you at the 60th !


The following videos have been added to our site.  They were taken by Sam Baron during our 4-day class reunion adventures.


Well we now have put 55yrs behind us and the reunion committee did a great Job. Our MC for the evening "MARLIN MILLER"LOL did a great and entertaining job. The Thursday night "BREW CREW" at The Butler Brewery was a night of old stories grand children, fine micro beer (SPILLING) I mean drinking, One of the originators of "THE BREW CREW" Jack Cicco could not attend. I give my sincerest apology to Patty Scarnato who moves quicker than lighting, thank god it was not red wine. It was a great weekend had by all, hopefully I will see all you "OLD PEOPLE ' at the 60th. LOL

Gary Poole

Announcing  links to the 35th and 45th reunion videos -

The Springhill Suites Marriott has offered members of the Class of '64 a discounted price for rooms during the reunion.  The room rate will be $120.99 which includes tax.  Rooms need to be reserved by 8/20 and when you call, please tell them that you are from the Class of 1964 and the rate they offered Butler High School is $120.99.   The rates are usually $169.00 plus tax.  

The phone number for Springhill Suites of Butler is (724) 256-9844.



Our 55th Reunion weekend will be September 20 and 21, 2019.

The committee has met and we are looking forward to a fun weekend. 

There will be a Friday night get-together from 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. at the Sons of Italy hall that is located on Main St. with access at the side of the building.  Light hors d’oeuvres will be served.  Wine, mixed drinks, and soda will be available to purchase.

Saturday evening will be at the Butler Country Club.

During the day on Saturday, we can take advantage of the Fall Festival downtown.  There are new hotels in the Butler area including one that is downtown which might be convenient especially for our Friday night get-together and activities during the day on Saturday.  It is SpringHill Suites by Marriott located at 125 E. Jefferson St., Butler, PA – (888) 384-1774.

We will be sending more information about the reunion and hotels in the area soon.  Please plan to join us for a great weekend.  If you know someone who has not joined our website, please encourage them to do so at


Our classmate, Sam Baron, sent this link of pictures of Butler to get you excited about attending our 55 Reunion in September:…/duims1…/AAAcnXKhAxts61kmVwfX_qIUa…


Please encourage your classmates to go to our new site and ask to join!