participant in the Taste of SM event
Hint: order the steak sandwich!
Please join the Alumni Association by
clicking the link below. It's only $30 and all us would love to
be able to say Class of '71 has the most members of any graduating class!
We are currently at 343
not pictured Sam Ribaudo, all had a great time at the party.
Click here to see all the photos
Bumping into this guy at a family wake
deserved a selfie-post on our class website
On his next birhtday Brother Francis (Doc) Heyer
will be 96-years old. He lives in a Marianist home on Maryland
in the central west end of St Louis. The photo was taken by Father Al McMenemy
Father Al and Brother Francis were long time friends of my uncle
John Eise who was a Marianist lay afiliate.
Watching a Dragon victory over St Dominic's
made the night complete
Phil Miceli, Mike Rea, Rich Rutledge, Rick LaGrotta
and Surprise Dragon Tom Bruggeman and his brother Jim '72
What a great place!
Joe Rekart, Mark Durham, Kevin Humphrey, Larry Held, Daniel Armbruster, Mrs. Armbruster,
Rich Rutledge, Steve Buchheit, Rick LaGrotta, Mick Rea,
Bob Simokaitis, Jack Favre, Marty Erickson, John Pipitone,
and Suprise Dragon; Steve Walsh. Phil Miceli not pictured
Board members: Kevin Humphrey and Larry Held along with
Ed DeGreeff, Dan Armbruster, Rich Rutledge, Frank Flesch and Rick LaGrotta
at Sam's Steakhouse
At the meeting were: SM President Mike England and Director of Advancement Joe Divis.
From '71 were Frank Flesch, Bob Simokaitis, Dan Armbruster, Rich Rutledge, Carl Collignon, Rick LaGrotta
and surprise dragons: Scott Puettmann and Leo Haas.
Choosing an educational path, young men and their families have some pretty good choices.
St Mary's is still in the running offering a great education at a reasonable price.
The school's aim moving forward is to have and even stronger positive influence on the south side;
educating and guiding its young men while helping to stabilize the neighborhood
setting a high example and by welcoming all to make use of its state of the art athletic facilities.
a rebirth of St Mary's and of the South Side
Compared to 5-6% for alumni from other Catholic schools, we are far and away the best!
You don't need a meeting or a special invitation to do what you know is right.
Please donate as you can to help the rebirth and to keep the tradition alive.
4701 South Grand
St Louis, MO 63111
Mick Rea, Kevin Humphrey and Leo Haas also above is MQU's Scott Peuttmann
Mike England and Amie Koenen guest speakers.
St Mary's continues to disprove years of demographic projections
that indicated, by now our school would have less than 150 students.
with the help of dedicated and generous Alumni, St Mary's continues to grow.
Present from '71 were; Simokaitis, Rutledge, Humphrey, Flesch, Held, and LaGrotta
Supported a Dragon owned business by
St Louis style pies, yes pies!
Phil Miceli, Larry Thaier, and Bob Simokais. Not pictured; Mike Rea,
Rick Rutledge, Dan Armbruster and Jack Favre
also present were Ed Degreef, Frank Flesch, Dan Armbruster, Mike Dauphin, John Pipitone,
(Click the above photo to see more shots from the party)
Miceli, Armbruster, Favre, LaGrotta, Humphrey, Held, Panneri, Rea, R Simokaitis, Weindel, and Rutledge
Currently we have 114 active and 154 inactive!
Home Page Visitors:
(cumulative total visitors we've had since creating our class web site)
Percentage Of Active Classmates: 41.8%
Please encourage fellow classmates to create a profile on the website.
Go to "Classmate Profiles" click your name, insert email address then click send.
This class website was created: 2/4/2011