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•   David Berberian  8/21
•   Mary Veigh Mehan  8/21
•   Barbara Banaszewski (Opar)  8/22
•   Michael Kane  8/22
•   Lynn Liberty (Roesch)  8/23
•   Elaine Plante (Howland)  8/23
•   Matthew Whitney  8/23
•   Margaret Burke (Oxbrough)  8/28
•   Mary Lou Nuttall (Rinderer)  8/30
•   Michael Powers  8/30
•   Sharon Bailey (Ozimek)  9/3
•   Robert Manny  9/3
•   Stanley Roman  9/5
•   Mary Rogers (Slevinski)  9/8
•   John Sober  9/8
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•   Harry Vadney  8/11
•   Barbara Kearney (Wright)  8/10
•   Michael Powers  8/9
•   Robert Colucci (Colucci)  8/2
•   Jeanette DeBonis  7/30
•   Noreen Healy (Haupt)  7/26
•   Mary Flavin (Bump)  7/17
•   J Michael Brady  7/17
•   Paul Bouchey  7/11
•   Harry Connell  7/9
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2 live in Alabama
2 live in Arizona
13 live in California
2 live in Colorado
9 live in Connecticut
1 lives in Delaware
34 live in Florida
5 live in Georgia
1 lives in Illinois
1 lives in Indiana
1 lives in Kansas
1 lives in Louisiana
2 live in Maine
3 live in Maryland
12 live in Massachusetts
4 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
1 lives in New Hampshire
3 live in New Jersey
1 lives in New Mexico
247 live in New York
10 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
1 lives in Oregon
9 live in Pennsylvania
3 live in Rhode Island
4 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
6 live in Texas
5 live in Vermont
4 live in Virginia
4 live in Washington
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Alberta
1 lives in Saskatchewan
5 location unknown
66 are deceased


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Percentage of Joined Classmates: 62.6%

A:   259   Joined
B:   155   Not Joined

Catholic Central High School
Class Of 1966

Local Author Dan Barrett Book Signing Saturday 2 pm August 18, 2018 at Barnes & Noble in Saratoga Springs, NY


Hope to see everyone at the Barnes and Noble Saratoga Springs store this SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 2018 at 2 PM for a BOOK SIGNING. They ordered all six books including my newest, You Don't Know Jack, which was just released June 23rd. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE. THANK YOU ALL.




Saratoga Track Day

Thursday August 30, 2018 



Prayer Request 8/13/18

Classmates I copied this post from the CCHS Class of 65 Facebook page.  Many of you will remember Jack Rivers and Davelyn Masher from the Sarcred Heart parish.  Jack is having severe heart problems and his wife has requested some needed prayers from fellow Crusaders.

"From Davelyn Masher Rivers - Update on Jack. Monday 8/13/18
They will put a trak in on Wed am. 
We are praying all goes well and he is stable enough to have him transferred to Wake Med. 
PLEASE bump up the prayers. It will be so much easier being back home with our support groups to help out and I can go back and forth from home when he is stabilizing
All his specialist are there and his Cartiologist wants him back there. Pray he can hold on. We need to be there. God Bless and much love and thanks



Prayer Request 8/12/18

Please keep our classmate Linda Gress York's husband in your prayers and good thoughts.  From Linda on August 3, 2018 - Norm was diagnosed with diffuse large B cell lymphoma in May. He is half way through chemo and we were told today that he is officially in remission now we have planned a celebratory cruise at the end of treatment. He is halfway through now and should be done in late September. He was very healthy to begin with and that makes a big difference in results. 

Class of 1966 - 20th Reunion Album

Marcia Gardner Babyak, Betsy Browne Smith, Barb Gaunay Carey





You Don’t Know Jack *** RELEASE DATE: JUNE 23, 2018 ***

TAYLOR JONES SAYS: In You Don’t Know Jack by Daniel J. Barrett, Jack Manning has had a really bad day at the office. He gets fired from the nonprofit agency where he works. And when he goes home to tell his wife, she informs him that she has someone new and wants a divorce. She kicks him out of the house and takes everything he owns. It gets worse, and six months later, Jack is reduced to working in a local convenience store and living with an old woman whom he takes care of for a break on his room and board. Then Jack wins the lottery, and suddenly he’s wealthy. His divorce was final several months ago, so no one has a claim on his $330 million but him. However, that doesn’t stop them all from trying. But Jack has wised up in the last six months, and he’s not the same pushover he once was—as people are about to find out.
Cute, clever, and emotionally satisfying, this one will make you laugh, sigh, and warm your heart—a feel good book if there ever was one.

REGAN MURPHY SAYS: You Don’t Know Jack by Daniel J. Barrett is the story of Jack Manning—a fifty-year-old pushover, who can’t say no, and teacher for a nonprofit organization in Troy, New York. Jack has spent the last several years helping underprivileged youth train for high-tech jobs in the local job market. But leaders of the organization where he works want to shut down his program and focus on serving Medicaid clients because they think they can make more money. So Jack gets fired, as do many of his coworkers. When Jack tells his wife what happened, she kicks him out of the house, saying that she’s seeing someone else and wants a divorce. She gets everything in the divorce and leaves Jack with nothing. Even his car is repossessed. But six months later Jack wins the Powerball Lottery for $330,000,000. Now it’s time for a little payback, and he’s going to have a lot of fun doing it, as people are going to discover they really didn’t know Jack.
Giving us a glimpse into the life of a lottery winner and the world of nonprofits, You Don’t Know Jack both educates and entertains, along with making you dream about “what if…”




Classmates please welcome our newest crusader to register to our class of 1966 web site:

Mary Flavin Bump

Sharon Bailey Ozimek





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