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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Helen Kincaid (Ravalli)  1/23
•   Norma Dunn (Slattery)  1/24
•   Patricia Martterer (Germain)  1/25
•   Joanne Cioffi (Brooks)  1/31
•   D Bruce Lucier  2/1
•   June Bellinghausen (LaPierre)  2/3
•   Earlene Carrier (Topper)  2/3
•   Linda McBride (Antes)  2/4
•   William Curley  2/9
•   John LeMay  2/11
•   Dianne Comstock (Walsh)  2/12
•   Michael Vandenburgh  2/13
•   Janet Langton (Franksen)  2/14
•   Joan Chapman  2/17
•   Paul Bouchey  2/18
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PROFILE UPDATES


•   J Michael Brady  1/9
•   John Sober  12/30
•   Rosalynd Horan (Masterson)  12/19
•   Arthur Roche  12/12
•   Ned Babyak III  12/11
•   Joseph Fox  12/10
•   William Sanvidge  12/8
•   Anne Tapler (White)  12/6
•   Andrea Renna (DePasquale)  12/6
•   Eileen Maloney (Glasheen)  12/5
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WHERE ARE THEY NOW


WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Alabama
2 live in Arizona
13 live in California
2 live in Colorado
9 live in Connecticut
1 lives in Delaware
35 live in Florida
8 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
13 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
234 live in New York
9 live in North Carolina
1 lives in Ohio
2 live in Oregon
9 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in Rhode Island
4 live in South Carolina
1 lives 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
77 are deceased

MISSING CLASSMATES


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JOINED CLASSMATES


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 63.5%


A:   256   Joined
B:   147   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

Catholic Central High School
Class Of 1966

 

Pause for Prayer:

A few of my friends are sick, Lord:  give them and me the grace to accept what illness brings even as we pray for healing. Give us the courage we need to live through these uncertain days.  Give us the strength we need to take it all, one day at a time.  Give us the love we need to trust you're with us night and day.  Some friends of mine are sick, Lord:  hear our prayers for healing, for courage and for strength, and for love to share day by day, in caring for each other.  We ask this through Christ our Lord, AMEN

Thank You Classmates

 

 

 

January 9, 2022 - Sunday 10:30am Mass for Classmate Edward "Ned" Babyak at St. Augustine's requested by the Catholic Central Class of 1966.  The live stream will be available to watch for a few weeks and I encourage you to enjoy Father’s words in the comfort of your home as we close out this Christmas Season. 

Classmates, Sunday, January 9th would have been Ned's 74th birthday.  When I called the St. Augustine's office to see if this mass would have a live stream available for viewing.  I got back this response from Peggy Ryan the parish assistant/secretary.  We look forward to having you along with your classmates in attendance whether it is in person or on-line.   Mr. & Mrs. Babyak (Ned's parents Ed and Marion) were both wonderful people and very dear to our parish community.  Here is the link for the live stream for Sunday, January 9 at 10:30 a.m.

https://youtu.be/aBQImjC-t4w

Also Classmates please consider this request from Marie Clement Waitekus to all the St. Augustine '62 alumni.  "Since I probably won't schedule a mass for our deceased classmates this year because of COVID, perhaps during Ned's mass you could send up a prayer for:  Paul Baker, John Carroll, Tom Connally, John Cotter, Barb Day, John Eiffe, Mary Ellen Fitzgibbons, Pat Flaherty, Larry Gamache, Paul McGrath, Ron Nadeau, Mike O'Brien, Jim Oswald, Dennis Pailley, Michael Patrick, John Riegart, Millie Rymanowski, Gary Schnapp, Mary Ellen Sloan, Art Tyll, Ray Tymeson and now, added this week Bob Webb."  (Underlined our CCHS '66 classmates)

 

 

Classmates we started praying for Dom Reo CCHS '67 back in February 2021. I want to share with you Maryanne's update posted on Facebook yesterday.  Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers.

Dominic Reo  Van Rensselaer Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation  85 Bloomingrove Drive. Troy, NY  12180 

Thank You, Classmates

 

Maryanne Remarchuk is with Dom Reo

Hello dear friends and family from Dom and I wishing you a belated Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. As you know, it’s been a tough and challenging year with some close calls for Dom and many ups and downs. I am happy to report that with time, faith and work from the staff at VRM, the wonderful doctors he’s met with and Dom’s unfailing positive perseverance, he continues to make slow but sure improvement. We have learned to look at it from month to month basis as he shows signs of more motion and movement and some sight recognitions but then has days when there is not so much of any of that. No explanation but at the end of the month he is better than the month before. So keep praying and staying positive that someday he will be back on his feet and able to enjoy the beauty of the gifts we’ve all been given. We take one day at a time and never give up hope.

We want to thank all our loyal and true family and friends who have continued to visit, send cards, food, gifts, connected with calls - that therapy is something only you all can do and is the best motivator for Dom. My family hasn’t missed a beat since this all began and I am still amazed at the strangers we’ve met thru all the medical, physical care, legal help, insurance guidance, business issues that had to be dealt with - these people didn’t know us and have now become friends. It’s really been awesome and we are so fortunate God connected us to who and what we needed.

I think this time of year - when Christ comes again - it reminds us that he comes again and again every year and when things seem the hardest and darkest we remember that we are NEVER alone - He comes and He is with us. We recognize this in all of you all - there is no denying that we are not alone. So thank you to my loving family and Dom’s too and our wonderful friends - the old friends and the new ones - we appreciate you more than we can say and thank God for you all.

With love and gratitude, Dom and Maryanne

Classmates, I received a wonderful phone call from our beloved German teacher from the 60's - Sr. Rosemary Hock (Sister Mary Ambrose) on Saturday afternoon. Sister wanted to thank everyone of the class of 66 for your cards, flowers, and prayers.  Sr. Rosemary especially enjoyed the card the November breakfast crew signed and mailed with a group photo included.  I am very happy to report Sister's surgery to repair her hip fracture went well and she is able to walk all around the the halls of the Provincial House.  She was glad to be back home and sang the praises of the staff at Sunnyview. They worked her every day so that she could return home.  Good to know for the rest of us seniors who may eventually need a little therapy. Sr. Rosemary is on our website anytime you want to send her a private message.  Please keep her in your daily prayers. For cards of best wishes:  

Sr. Rosemary Hock  385 Watervliet Shaker Road Latham,  NY  12110

 

 

2022 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE

Classmates it's time to start the bus and see if we can get a few new members to register in 2023.

 

Thank you for your help and for our new members added in 2021.

 

Arthur Roche 

William Sanvidge

Kathleen Kilcullen Palumbo

John Fennell

Please welcome 2021 quest member:  

Rosalynd Horan Masterson

Ned Babyak III

Timothy O'Brien (CCHS '65)

 

 

 

         

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You can help make this site better by joining and creating your classmate profile.  Your participation is ---and always will be ---free.  Click now on the CLASSMATE PROFILES link on the left.  Please find your name and create your own password to log on and you will be indentified as a "located" classmate.  You can include as much or as little information on your profile as you want.  You have control over what information can be seen, or not seen, by other classmates, the site administrators, or the general public.  After you register, of course, you'll want to check out everyone else's profile and maybe email an old friend you had lost contact with.  Stop by as often as you like, check out all the links on the left, especially our CURRENT EVENTS, PHOTO ALBUMS, CLASS OF 66 GALLERY AND CLASSMATE & FAMILY.  Please bookmark this site, and email the link to all of the classmates you have contact with.    COME JOIN THE FUN!