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Having Fun is what The Class of '75 does Best!
This site was created
to help celebrate and reconnect
with classmates and friends.
It's Reunion planning purpose will
serve as a most valuable tool to help us
reach everyone and pass the word!
As with much of Life,
your participation is essential for it to succeed.
Your photos, updates, and memories enhance the site.
Simply put, you make our site more special!
Your friends and fellow classmates will enjoy hearing about you!
Even if you haven't attended a reunion,
nor kept in touch since high school or before,
we ask that you please take the time to update your profile
and maybe add a photo or two.
Your additions make this site fun, interesting and complete.
Thank you for helping us keep the site going!
It is what we make it!
"Long live the Mini-Reunions"
(Photo by Larry Zamba and Zamba photography!)
Come on out, you'll have a blast!
Inferno '74 Photo courtesy of Merrill Merfeld!
The Boys are back...Together Again!!
Yes, we're at it again.
Our new band is called Full Circle and
we're playing out for the first time in over 20 years.
Our band members consist of Jim Frangelo on guitar,
Keith Cesario on bass guitar and Rick Cesario on drums.
It would be a great honor for us to see all our old friends
who we used to play in front of ,back at our school dances.
So, come on out and Dance, Party and have a whole lot of Fun.
Thanks, hope to see you all there,
Congratulations to Rick and The Band!
p.s. The evening was a success!
Rick Jake posted some pics! Thanks, Rick!
Rock and Roll is here to stay!!
Bumper Sticker Insight for Today:
(and probably Tomorrow!)
Time is Nature's way of keeping everything
from happening all at once!
"You say, 'If I had a little more, I should be very satisfied.'
You make a mistake.
If you are not content with what you have,
you will not be satisfied if it were doubled."
Charles H. Spurgeon
"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.
It turns what we have into enough, and more.
It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home,
a stranger into a friend."
-Melody Beattie, Author
August 1, 2015
Check out the Mary D. Bradford Alumni Site!
Click Here for a list of planned
Mary D. Bradford High School Class Reunions
scheduled this year!
The following website is not in any way associated
with Bradford HIgh School, Mary D or Kenosha Bradford!
They will take your money but offer essentially nothing more than SPAM!
A HUGE THANK YOU to Merrill Merfeld
(and American Collision of Kenosha)
for his very generous donation to our 2010 Reunion Fund!
Thank you so much!
Click HERE!Just click on the reply, Add a topic, or Start a new one!
The Message Board will be used to initate Reunion 2015 Planning!
There are some topics that beg for contributions, input, feedback,etc!
Please help us get the dialogue going!
A VERY WARM WELCOME TO
Debra, Eugene, Richard, Ellie, Patricia,
Mark and George!!
(that's the Happy Dance!)
Are you getting your e-mail??
If not, Check your SPAM file!
Make sure your e-mail address is correct!
Please make a note of:
on your contact list so that e-mails
are not marked as SPAM!
E-mails cannot be delivered if your address is not current!
Please ensure that your contact information is correct
Emails that "bounced" as of
Oct 1, 2014
NO Bounced E-mails!
Missing Classmates and Friends...
Have you seen any of these folks?
Please help us find everyone!
Barber ('73), Bill
Barca ('73), Peter
Bianchetti (Teacher), Mr. Mervin
Birchell (Sielaff), Patricia
Capelli (Eldridge), Paula
Davis (Barber), Brenda
Erickson, James (Mr. Mary Houghton)
Esters, Delphia Michelle
Ferraro (Vitkus), Paula
Glaeser (Richter), Julie
Harmsen (Kangas ('74)), Holly
Juskewicz (Gildenstern), Mary
Juskewicz, Mary Anne
Koser (Schact), Susan
Lucas (Head), Lynn
Meyer (Gutche), Karla
Miller '80 (Holborn), Zora
Mlodzik (Journalism Teacher), Mr. Ron
Olsen ("79), Norman
Palmen (Veasy), Jane
Pitts (Corradini), Claudia
Platt (Sadlon ('77)), MaryAnn
Prostko (Steigerwald), Karen
Rainey ('74), Len
Roders (Faculty), Mr. Tom
Rossi (Weddel), Cynthia
Russo (Dosemagen), Debbie
Sadlon ('77), Dale
Sironen (Beasy), Polly
Smith (Allen), Sue
Stephenson (Mauldin), Melissa
Stine (Shelton), Lynn
Taminger (Sadlon), Maureen
Tweiten (Music Director), Mr. Roger
Weidner (Nelson), Jeannine
Zemezonak (Glassman), Leslie
Thanks in advance!
We hope to find as many from The Class of 1975 as possible!
If everyone "finds" just one person, or maybe two,
imagine the difference it would make!
Those of you on FACEBOOK, please pass the word!
Free resources used to find those "lost" include
MIRACLES HAPPEN!! WE EXPERIENCED ONE!
THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!!
We could not have had so much FUN without you!
Do you have a worthy cause that you support,
contribute to, volunteer for or support in any way?
Please help us help out and spread the word!
Send us your information or a link and
we'll be happy to share it on our site!
Thanks in advance!
Cares and Concerns is a "new" page.
It's really the "old" section of "news" about
friends,classmates and family
that is now relocated.
Prayer Request updated for Rick Cesario 7/29/2014
Welcome to the newest Little Ones!
Congratulations to one and all,
new grandparents, new parents
and all new family members!
Welcome Mila Kevlen!
Joan Eldred Elger passes along the news of their first grandbaby's arrival!
See the News From You page!
Terry Kimberlin announces the arrival of their new granddaughter
on June 15, 2014.
Adelaine Madeiros, arrived weighing in at 7lbs, 3 oz, and 18 inches.
Her proud Dad is a Captain in the United States Marine Corps.
Congratulations to one and all!
Check out he new pictures posted in Terry's Gallery Pics on
The Class of '75 Photo Gallery
Deepest condolences to our friends and classmates
who have experienced the loss
of loved ones recently.
Deepest condolences and sympathies to Tony Venci and family
on the passing his wife, Lola.
Services will be held on Saturday October 18,2014.
Details can be found and condolences sent at:www.kenoshanews.com
Deepest condolences to Lydia Safranski Dudley
and the entire Safranski family on the passing of Lydia's Mom,
Vera Safranski on Aug 21, 2014.
It is with great sadness that we pass along the news
of the passing of classmate and friend,
Tom Zoller on Aug 8, 2014.
Services were held on Thursday, Aug 14,2014 in Kenosha.
Details may be found and condolences sent at:
Please keep Tom's family in your thoughts and prayers
at this most difficult of times.
Deepest condolences to Paula Capelli Eldridge
and the entire Capelli Family on the passing of Paula's Mom,
Mary Capelli on July 19, 2014.
Detail can be found and condolences sent at:
Deepst sympathies to Lynn Lucas Head, Brian Head
and the entire Lucas family on the passing of Lynn's Mom,
Lee Lucas on July 8,2014.
Service details canbe found and condolences sent at:
With great sadness,
we pass along the news of the passing
of friend and classmate,
Christopher Andrews on June 30, 2015.
Christopher passed away at the VA Hospital in N. Chicago of cancer.
Our deepest condolences to Christopher's sons
and entire family,
including his cousin, Judy Reeves Uelmen.
Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Deepest condolences to Scott and Renata (Jokic) Bisciglia
and the entire Bisciglia family on the passing of Scott's Mom,
Sarah on June 15, 2014.
Details can be found and condolences can be sent at
Deepest condolences to Gary Leineweber and
the entire family on the passing of Gary's sister,
Beth Leineweber Curtis (Class of '81) on June 8, 2014.
Details can be found and condolences
or thru Gary's name on this site.
With deep sadness,
we pass along the news of our friend and classmate,
Dale Christman's passing on April 24, 2014.
Services to be held April 28, 2014 in Kenosha.
Our deepest condolences to the entire Christman family
and Dale's friends, especially his cousin, Cynthia Cutler Bitto.
Please remember their families, friends and loved ones
in your thoughts and prayers
and/or with a note of concern.
"But for the Grace of God, there go I,"
and we will all, if not already, experience our times of need.
it is not how we die,
but how we Live
that becomes our legacy.
Please help us remember those who have made an untimely appearance
on our Memory page.
Please add a note of remembrance of their lives.
Just click on their name, either on Class of 75 profiles
or In Memory page, click "post response"
and enter your thoughts, comments or memories.
Click submit at bottom of page.
May be easily edited after the fact.
It's worth your time.
You give but little when you
give of your possessions.
It is when you give of yourself
that you truly give.
When the power of love,
overcomes the love of power,
the world shall know peace
Do not wish to be anything but what you are,
and be that perfectly.
St Francis of Assisi
"The whole secret of a successful life
is to find out what it is one's destiny to do,
and then do it."
Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.
Henry David Thoreau
I may not have gone where
I intended to go,
but I think I have ended up where
I needed to be.
You have to have an idea of
what you are going to do,
but it should be a vague idea.
For everything you have missed,
you have gained something else.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Patience cures many an old complaint.
old Irish proverb
Wisdom has two parts:
1. Having a lot to say
2. Not saying it
Silence is often the Best Answer...
Smiling is often the Best Reaction...
Blessed are the Flexible,
for they shall not be bent out of shape.
old Finnish Proverb
Kindness is difficult to give away
because it keeps coming back.
A blind person asked St. Anthony:
"Can there be anything worse
than losing eye sight?"
He replied: "Yes, losing your vision!"
From the FYI file! ...
Check it out...
The Beatles invaded The USofA 50 years ago!
Check it out! Take a flashback visit...
click on the pic below!
Larry D's Latest Adventure and Business!
Check it out at:www.goinfobelize.com
BOB'S CORNER from Bob Bartholomew!clickhere!
TRUE STORY FROM PAM! Worth the Read!! Thanks,Pam!
4 THE HEALTH OF IT A page dedicated to Health and Wellness!
Save A Life! Did you know there's a new way to perform CPR,
No Certification Required!
The Joys of Aging!
All the research points to keeping the brain young thru "exercise"...
Here are some sites for some Brain "FUN" and exercise!
Learn-a-new-word-a-Day at Merriam-Webster.com
Here's a FUN game from Pam Montemurro to ward off Old-Timerz! Thanks Pam!
ClickHere for some fun "brain exercise"!
Check out MARIO'S JOKES...Thanks,Mario!
"CALLING ALL COOKS"
Please share your favorite recipes!
We would love to know "what's cooking"! !
Winter is a great time for wonderful food
and sharing your favorites!
Click on the pizza guy
for another great recipe from
AnyDay in History page...
kinda fun to check out a quick overview of any day you choose!
More Stuff You Send is just that. Thanks for any and all "stuff"!
"Business Cards" for Class of "75 etc on the Links Of Interest page...
Check it out and Add yours!
Send your contact info and/or logo to "contact us"!
ClickHere to get your computer screen cleaned! FREE!!!
Our greatest glory lies not in never falling,
but in rising every time we fall.
Life is Easier with a Friend...
Friendship is always a sweet responsibility,
Never an Opportunity.
There are copies of The 1975 Spy yearbook available for sale
from The Bradford Alumni Association $35 each.
Many others years available. clickhere!
We couldn't have done it without you!
A very sincere Thank you to one and all!
'Life may not be the party we hoped for...
but while we are here, we might as well dance!"
Some people come into our lives and quickly go;
Some people move our souls to dance;
they awaken us to new understanding
With the passing whisper of their wisdom;
Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon
Friends share simple, ordinary times in our lives,
Moments that become memories that stay in our hearts forever
... And we will never, ever be the same.
"Every great dream begins with a dreamer.
you have within you the strength,
and the passion
to reach for the stars
to change the world. "
"I have never let my schooling interfere with my education."
~ Mark Twain
Whether you think you can....
Or think you can't...
YOU ARE RIGHT!
Most folks are as happy as
they make up their minds to be.
"Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference."
"Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude
from achieving his goal;
nothing on earth can help the man
with the wrong mental attitude. "
- Thomas Jefferson -
The successful person is an ordinary person
but with extraordinary determination.
- Author unknown -