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Seems my text was limited...this is to say my Dad, John Gartland, was President of the Boys Club (Man of the Year, 1974) for his efforts to build a new Boys/Girls Club. This was part of our roots in the community.

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Thanks to all who responded to my sister's post about John Gartland Jr. He was a Juniata Park original who never lost his roots about our neighborhood. On a side note, our Dad (John Gartland, Phillies Coach with Tex Alosi) was JP's Boys s as President to build a new Boys/Girls Club. This was part of our roots in the community.

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Hi. I have videos of one or 2 may processions from around 1966 that I could add to your website if you tell me if it's possible to upload them or where to send them.

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Terry & Dan - I was very sorry to hear of the loss of your brother John. Lots of memories over 12 years of Catholic schooling! I last saw John at our 25 year Holy Inn reunion, we had a nice conversation about notorious nuns, Scanlon ice skating, etc. May God's love and peace be with your family.

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Terry, sorry to hear about John. He was a good guy. The last time I remember seeing him he was riding a huge motorcycle in Juniata.

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Our brother, John Gartland (Holy Inn Class of '75; North Class of '79) passed away on March 12th of lung cancer. He would've been 52 on St. Patrick's Day. John worked as an I.T. security administrator for the Virginia Department of Housing in Richmond. He was an awesome person, willing to help anyone! Great carpenter and craftsman, too. We thought we had a year left, but it turned out to be six short weeks. Offer a kind word to our mom if you run into her. Please pray for his wife, Angie. He was the love of her life.
Terry (Gartland) Bradley and Dan Gartland


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Happy Easter to everyone and your families! Hope everyone is in good health!

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Hi F. red, No, I don't have Jim's e=mail address but you probably can contact Joe, his brother, on Facebook. Joe arranged the "Juniata in June" gathering and it was posted as such on Facebook. Give it a try and let me know. If you want me to go on Facebook I will do it for you. Joe

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Hey Joe,

Do you have Jim Passio's e-mail? We grew up together and I still havee pictures of us from our Senior prom....

Thanks,

Fred


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I've been in touch with Dave Serbun, Ruth Strecker, and Marlene Rossi from here and CLASSMATES from Holy Innocents 1963. Now I see the names of Linda Silvan and Bill Dugan. Terrific! I met Jim Passio at the Juniata in June get-together in Wildwood last summer. We moved to Southampton right after graduation in 1963 and I graduated from Archbishop Wood. I've always regretted leaving Juniata. A little college and four years in the Coast Guard for me including a year on Attu in the Aleutians. I was married 38 years. My wife passed away a year ago and I have three children and five grandkids. Keep on the lookout for the Juniata in June bash. Did you guys mention stepball and halfball? Speaking of nuns, how about the one who tried to teach(?) us to sing at mass. She was rather nutty.

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