- 50-Year Reunion Reunion weekend details -
FRIDAY September 10
6:30pm SM home football– $10/person (beer, soda)
Enter through gym meet upstairs in Alumni Room.
Adult drinks must be kept inside, upstairs.
SATURDAY September 11
6:30pm Dinner Party at St Mary’s Bocce Court – $100/person
Reunion party planned to be safely held outside the SM cafeteria.
Cafeteria is reserved in the event of bad weather.
Buffet dinner by Tornatore’s catering, beer, wine, set-ups,
Entertainment by Mary Daly and Beno
Family and friends are invited!
SUNDAY September 12
11:00am Golf & Lunch- $65/golfer, Lunch only $20
Sugar Creek Golf Course, 5224 Country Club Drive, High Ridge, MO 63049
Make check to: Rick LaGrotta
Mail to by July 31, 2021 to:
Frank Flesch (reunion bookkeeper)
10678 Charrette Drive
St. Louis, MO 63123
(With check, please include a note to Frank stating which events you are participating)
example: 1-football game, 2-dinner party, 1 golf = $275
or print and mail in the
Class reunion registration form.
We hope to maximize classmate attendance, have a fun event and make a contribution to St Mary’s.
If you are unable to attend and want to contribute, please make a check to St Mary’s and mail it to Frank.
If you cannot afford the ticket price, please contact anyone on the committee.
Rick LaGrotta: 816-590-2246
Phil Miceli: 314-537-5219
Frank Flesch: 314-828-7800
Jack Favre: 314-440-4833
Kevin Humphrey: 636-464-4604
Jerry Frick: 636-458-4893
6:30pm Wednesday May 19, 2021
At the DocHaus
Morganford at Holly Hills
Join us to help plan the reunion
The 5-19 meeting will have results of the mailing and financial report,
We'll also divide up the list of classmates for phone calls.
Friday 9-10, we'll need the help to purchase and haul
Ice and beverages for the football game,
Saturday 9-11 help needed to set up tables and decorate for the dinner party.
Dragons living away from STL; please let us know date(s) you plan to be in town.
Every effort will be made to hold a gathering while you are here.
All events are open to friends and family who are always encouraged to join us!
80th anniversay of taking his vows
Please join the Alumni Association by
clicking the link below. It's only $25 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
Jerry Frick, Kevin Humphrey, Pat Wheatley, Mick Rea, Rich Rutledge, Rick LaGrotta
Mick Rea, Rich Rutledge, Greg Columbo, Tom Bruggeman, Phil Miceli, Doug Dickmann
Present but not pictured: Larry Held, Daniel Armbruster and Greg Fairchild '72
With a clean up truck in front five die-hard
Daniel Armbruster, Tom Bruggeman, Joe Rekart, Marty Erikson,
Dave Tornatore, Larry Held, not pictured, Rich Rutledge
To see more photos click here
Not in the photo but at The Mack; Favre, Pipitone, Miceli, Rea and R Simokaitis
Hope to see more from class of '71 at the class Christmas party
7:00pm Thursday Dec 19 at The Mack
Phil Miceli, Pat Ferguson, Dan Armbruster, Rick LaGrotta, Tom Bruggeman, Ed Degreef
Suprise dragon: Pat Ferguson was at the party with his brother Tom '74
Not pictured John Brencick '72
At the game were Phil Miceli, Tom Bruggeman, Bob Simokaitis and Rick LaGrotta
Not pictured; Pat Ferguson and Greg Fairchild '72
Taste of SM another rousing success
Kevin Humphrey, Larry Held, Dan Armbruster, Ed DeGreeff
and Suprise Dragon Mike Vetz
To see photos of the event
We missed east siders; Bill Fillman and Carl Collignon
John Pipitone, Phil Miceli, Steve Buchheit, and Surprise Dragon Rick Schlichtig
We had two suprise dragons
Unfortunately the group photo doesn't include birthday dragon; Daniel Armbruster
Bob Simokaitis, Rick LaGrotta Frank Flesch, Phil Miceli
and surprise Dragon; Dan Rellegert
were Daniel Armbruster, Mike Panneri and
Alumni board member Larry Held
Steve Mistretta and his daughter Catherine
Katherine Mistretta, Steve Mistretta, Dan Petersen, Rich Rutledge, Rick LaGrotta, Marty Erickson, Daniel Armbruster
appointed City of St Louis Assessor
while slowly updating buildings, grounds and technology needed to be competitive in today's education market.
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
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