The time for our 60th reunion has arrived.  The event will take place on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Elk & Hound Restaurant (Country Club) with a social hour beginning at 4:30 PM, a class picture taken at 5:30 PM and dinner being served at 6 PM.  Please feel free to bring a guest.  The St Ambrose Class of 59 is cordially invited as well.

On Friday, September 6 we will meet at Olde Suffolk Ale House at 5 PM for a pay as you go social time.  Appetizers will be served here courtesy of some generous donations..

Please contact anyone you can think of who may not know about the event.    Addresses and phone numbers change from time to time so let us know of any changes of which you are aware.

The cost of the reunion is $25.00 per person which includes dinner at the Elk and Hound, tax and gratuity. Serving is family style and each table will pass around baked chicken, roast beef, cheese raviolis, mashed potatoes, dinner salad, vegetable (green beans and carrot last time I was there) and chocolate cake.

Click Here to download a PDF reservation form which may be printed and mailed back to Gary or scanned and Emailed.

Here is a list of the people who will be attending the reunion (as of 9/3/2019)
(This list will be updated as registrations are received )

Badouski, Jay and Joanne Knutilla Badouski
Belmas, Gene & Ginnie
Carlson, Gene
Clemens, Eldred & Valerie Newby
Dahlin, Don & guest
Gunderson Nurmi, Darlene and husband
Hariu Sathers, Jackie & Marla
Harmon, Dave & Carol
Harrington, Gary & Linda
Hopkins, Larry & Deb Daniels
Johnson, Arch & Judy Sievila
Johnson, Bob and Jo Louma Benakis
Johnston, Jerry
Kellett, Tom and Elizabeth
Kesky, Ted & Joni
Kilponen, Ted
Kinnunen Suvanto, Irene and friend 
Kokkonen, Bert & Sandy
Lane, Dan & Patricia
Maki, Carl and Barb
Maki, Ray
Mattson Sauter, Joanne & Dave
Nasi Petrusha, Jean and George
Niemi Thom, Delores
Rye, Al
Slade, Dan & Phyllis
Switzer, Jerry & Rea
Thomas, Jim
Toth, Bill and friend
Ziem Pakonen, Charlotte & Rod

Adolf Passant and his wife Jean will be attending - possibly the Palmers.

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