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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    January 13, 2006

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    Bob Pichler

    Silky, I am on disability retirement from the police dept. from the UN. Pacific RR.I had a ruptured brain aneurysm in 2002.Things are better, but it wasn't how I wanted to go out. Do you remember the 16"softball team we started at Palmer Park?Do you remember the team from Chicago that drove to the games and smoked? Pic

    Celeste Rot Basom

    I lived in Roseland until 1970. Went to Brennan School and graduated from there in 1969. I lived at 115th and Yale Ave. (across the street from Monarch Roofing). Brennan School now has a different name and there is no more gravel playground. Our favorite family store was DalSanto's. We all should remember that we either went 'up the ave' or 'down the hill'. Miss the time and place. My parish was St Nicholas.. also recently met up again with Mike & Ed Quirk that graduated from St Willie's. I'm fortunate that Roseland is in my territory for my job....And yes it sure has changed.....

    E J Sauter

    Thanks for the memory. I miss the old neighborhood, too. We moved in 1973, went to St Nicholas and Mendel. Indeed, things have changed.

    Rick L

    There is another Roseland web site with old (1948) and new (present)pictures of Roseland. Even some videos of Muskrat Pete's place on lake Calumet. They also have another Roseland forum on there called Roseland golden years. Here is the URL http://www.gromak.com/r/index.html

    John Falaris

    Grew up at 115th and Princeton. 1962 to 1971 was very young when I lived there till 4th grade. What amazes me about the old neighborhood is the vivid memories me and many others have of the area even at a young age. Went to Scanaln school and saw Santa a Peoples Store. Vrey cool! Anyone remember the great Italian Sausage at Delsanto's..How about Penny candy at Sapkes and Keesens.

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