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01/06/17 02:52 PM #118    

Debra Bailey (Williams)

Hi Mary, Mildred and Maria! wink

I too am going to make time to visit the restaurant.   

Good to see your faces.  I trust that you remember me as well.  I tried to add my yearbook picture without success.  


01/06/17 11:58 PM #119    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

Debra,

Of course I remember you, we had chorus together under the supervision of Mr. Rico.
My mind races to the wonderful times we practiced singing for the Christmas Concert those many years ago.

I see you are located in Chicago, let's plan to meet for a cup of coffee or tea. It.would be nice to catch up with you.
All the best of the New Year to you and your family   x
 


01/15/17 10:39 PM #120    

 

Mia Toy (Gale)

Happy Birthday, Angie! Most of us will be turning the same age this year ... 40! (OK, maybe not those that were double-promoted!) Early birthday greetings to all!


01/20/17 02:09 PM #121    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

Greetings to all,

Mia, thank you for the birthday wishes. It is so nice to be remembered. :)
I also want to thank all my friends, who met with me, who sent p.m.'s, emails and all kinds of communications to me on that speacial day/weekend.

Although, my life situation changed for me over a year ago, you guys made this milestone birthday marvelous for me.

You guys continue to be the best!!

Thank you. xx


01/21/17 02:23 PM #122    

 

Greg Pantazi

 Hi, Angie

            Sorry I missed your birthday, I hope it was a great day.

 

                                   Greg


03/21/17 04:11 PM #123    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

Greetings to all and Happy Spring!!

I have been thinking about attending the Green and Gold Gala this year.
Who else here is attending?
Cheers!


03/23/17 07:38 PM #124    

Bruce Rosenfelder

I am deeply saddened to report that Alan Redini passed away this January.  He had been increasingly ill with a degenerative neuro-muscular condition.

Early in our freshman year, Al extended his hand and introduced himself to me, and we soon became close friends.  We were each best man at the other's wedding, and maintained the friendship throughout our lives.  I treasured Al for his kindness, creativity, character, humor, resilience, and much more.  I cannot help but smile when I think of him.

Alan's wife has asked me to let Lane alumni know that his yearbooks (in good shape) from all four years are available.  Let me know if anyone is interested, and we can make arrangements.

Bruce Rosenfelder


03/24/17 07:18 AM #125    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

Dear Mr Bruce Rosenfelder,

Please extend my deep felt condolences to Alan Redini's family and friends.
Thank you for informing us.

Sincerely,

Maria (Angie) Hernandez Myers


03/24/17 12:08 PM #126    

Tom Krajecki

So sorry to hear. I remember Al as a nice guy who was friendly with everyone.

03/24/17 03:58 PM #127    

David Musiala

SORRY TO HEAR ABOUT ALAN.  WENT TO DEVER GRAMMAR SCHOOL WITH HIM.. HE WAS A NICE GUY.. HE GREW UP IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD WITH A BUNCH OF US.... CONDOLENCES TO HIS FAMILY...


03/24/17 07:07 PM #128    

Janet Rowney

My condolences to the family, as well.


03/24/17 08:07 PM #129    

 

Kevin Sheldon

Bruce,

I'm very sorry to hear of Alan's passing.  We were in Chemistry class together and  I remember him well.  Please accept my condolences.

 

 

 


04/27/17 01:20 AM #130    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

I received permission to repost this today.
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Dear Lane Tech Class of 1975,

It is with great sadness that I send this email regarding the passing of your classmate James E. Pulizzi, Lane Tech Class of 1975.  At the request of the family, I am providing the service details for your reference.

 
 
Friday April 28, 2017 from 3-9pm
Smith-Corcoran Funeral Home
6150 N. Cicero Ave.
Chicago, IL
 
With deepest sympathy,
 
Joanna (Maciaszkiewicz) Perez, '95
Director of Alumni Relations
3525 W. Peterson Ave. #105
Chicago, IL 60659

04/27/17 10:22 AM #131    

James McAuley

Hi everybody. A group of us who played football are trying to plan a get together to celebrate winning the Sophomore City Championship in 1972. Any help locating or contacting any of the guys would be very helpfull. I created a group on Facebook called Sophmore City Champs 1972(now realize I spelled it wrong) you can check it out and see some of the guys who are involved. We even have our coach, Al Manasin Jrs. number and are hoping he will join us. Anyway thanks and hi to everyone only 3 yrs to 45. Happy 60th birthday to all you born in 57!!! WOW 60 yikes!!!!


08/18/17 01:02 AM #132    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

Here is a Happy Belated Birthday to Cindy Bogusz Kaminski. I don't check this message board as often as I should.

I hope your day was great!!

Cheers!


08/18/17 10:57 AM #133    

 

Cindy Bogusz (Kaminski)

Thanks Angie!  It was a good one!


08/24/17 09:45 AM #134    

 

Kevin Sheldon


08/25/17 05:06 PM #135    

 

Genice Brown (Pender)

Kevin, thanks for the invite but I can't make it today. Maybe next time.   Enjoy!

 

 


11/11/17 06:27 AM #136    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

Thank you.

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11/15/17 05:51 AM #137    

 

Suzanne Zamites

I remember having Mr. Rico as my homeroom teacher. I can still get shivers trying to name the composer in Music Theory class! Miss those days very much. Lol

11/16/17 11:07 AM #138    

James White

Maria,

 

 Thanks for posting up a Remembrance Day poster. Seeing 'Tommy Adkins' in a likeness of Flanders fields serves as a constant reminder of how we (Americans) also adopted the poppy as a tribute for our own veterans as well.

 

by John McCrae, May 1915

In Flanders fields the poppies blow
Between the crosses, row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.


11/16/17 02:11 PM #139    

 

Carol Wolter (Wolter-Morrisroe)

Happy thanksgiving to everyone. If you live near Elgin, IL stop by my teashop. HospitaliTea Shop located inside State Street Market. 701 N State Street (Rt 31). All types of loose leaf tea, tea sachets and all accessories you may need.

12/24/17 05:45 PM #140    

 

Maria Hernandez (Myers)

Greetings to all,

Merry Christmas to all those people who are celebtrating this joyous time of the year. 
Wishing you all the best!!
Cheers,
 


04/04/18 06:44 AM #141    

 

Kevin Sheldon

I'm sorry to report that Michael Rodriguez, husband of our classmate Cynthia Smith Rodriguez, has passed away.

Services will be held at Matz Funeral Home located at 3440 N. Central Ave. Visitation will be held from 3-9pm on Thursday, April 5th. The funeral service will be at 10am on Friday, April 6th.

http://www.matzfuneralhome.com/obituaries/Michael-Rodriguez-13/#!/Obituary


04/09/18 08:10 AM #142    

Reed Harvey

Ms. Donegan - Algebra. Two things stand out in particular: (1) She always referred to us by the first three letters of our last name, so I was Mr. H-A-R. (2) Whenever she asked a student a question in class and there was any pause, she would say,"Mr./Ms. _-_-_, do you comprehend the situation?" 

Mr. Tabor Biology - from Day 1 he iterated, "Labor with Tabor, he'll be your good neighbor." He literally did have our class and others labor in the Lane garden during that first semester picking weeds, planting seeds, watering and removing debris.

Mr. Childs Economics - He would yawn literally every 5 minutes as he expressed genuises needed only four hours of sleep. The lenses of his glasses were so thick you could barely see his eyes. Yet he would get a little ticked when he would ask a question and the students in that direction would look at one another like, "To whom was he speaking?"

These are my top three. As others have stated, our teachers had their quirks, idiosyncrasies and mannerisms, some of hich we remember so many years later. Yet they did have a deep commitment to teaching and did so with excellence. Go Lane go! 


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