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•   David K. Monsour  3/16
•   Jack L. Cicco  2/27
•   Paula Stein (Chaney)  2/26
•   George A. Rodda II  2/26
•   Anne Rising  2/4
•   John P. Hoffman Sr.  2/3
•   Diana DeSantis (Hollefreund)  1/19
•   G. Thomas Hammonds  1/18
•   Bonnie Hart (Taylor)  1/18
•   Mary E. Kovach (Jameson)  1/7
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Dear Classmates,

We have received information that a replica of the Vietnam Wall will be on display behind the Veteran's Administration Medical Center, 325 New Castle Road, Butler PA.

The Wall will be on display from August 23rd through August 27th, 2017.

For further information you can go to their website and search for:  American Veterans Traveling Tribute.

Paula Chaney from the Class of '66 has given us the following information regarding the verification postcards that our classmates have been receiving -

I have been in contact with the Senior High office to verify that the cards you have received or will receive in the mail is LEGIT.  They are working on a new Alumni book.  Go ahead and call to update your information.

 Be prepared for a sales pitch to buy the Alumni Book.  I purchased the softbound book and the cost is $109.94 - EXPENSIVE!!   (book, postage and handling). They also offer a digital form for  less.

Anyone who receives a card and that person doesn't live there please call and inform the company (1-800-488-9133) working on the book. Also, if you have a family member who graduated from Butler and has passed away, please inform the company because if they don't receive info on them ... they will be put in the book as a non-responded.

Also if you haven't received a card and you haven't moved just wait, they are being sent out in waves. 

BUT if if you have moved within the last 5-10 years you may want to call them (1-800-488-9133) and verify your info even though you haven't received a card or have a personal ID number   

I was informed that all who have responded will receive an email with all fields showing and this is the final time to make changes that will show in the book.   


We have received information about a tragic accident involving the granddaughter of our classmate, Alan Offstein.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Alan and his family.

ELON, N.C. -- Elon cross country coach and assistant track and field coach Nick Polk motivated his team ahead of the first track meet of the season against High Point University on a cold Thursday. Through the chatter and laughter during warmups, there's a missing part to their team.

"To run a mile it takes endurance, it takes speed," Polk said. "It's one of those events that's a really good mix of you have to be fast, but you also have to be strong. Molly has the ability to do both of those."

Polk was talking about Elon freshman Molly Offstein, who remains in critical condition after being hit by a car on her morning run earlier this month. She was airlifted to UNC Medical Center in Chapel Hill with head, back and leg injuries.

"Now turning into motivation to not take any days for granted, not take the opportunity for granted," Polks said.

"Everything is for Molly now," said Kimberly Johansen, a teammate of Offstein's.

Offstein's father says Molly remains in a medically-induced coma and they found she had pneumonia on Monday. She still needs to go under surgery for injuries to her pelvis.

"She is so determined and strong," said teammate Corey Weiss. "We're so excited to see her come back."

Now hanging up outside Elon's track, a dozen pairs of well-worn running shoes. They hang on the phoenix statue at the football stadium as well. It's a reminder that while her teammates are running, Molly is on the first leg of her race to recovery, one her friends are confident she will finish strong.


Clearing up things after my Mom died recently, it turns out my parents owned two adjoining lots in the North Side Cemetery. Mom and Dad do not need them, and we would like to find anyone who might be able to use them.
If anyone is interested, feel free to contact me at
I am sure we can work something out.
For those not interested, I apologize if this inconveniences you. I just assumed this is a good place to reach a lot of people with connections to Butler.
Jim Oppenheimer, BHS '64

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