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04/16/24 07:17 AM #2085    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to James Earl McCormick. 


04/17/24 09:26 AM #2086    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Peggy Reed.


04/19/24 02:23 PM #2087    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Ellen Boschert. 


04/21/24 04:46 AM #2088    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Michele Rice.


04/21/24 05:37 PM #2089    

 

Marion Foster (Dimond)

 

Camp Warren Levis was important in the lives of many of our classmates who were Scouts.

Land was donated by family of our classmate Gladys Levis. 

 

Camp Warren Levis 100th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday, Oct. 5, 2024 from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Camp Warren Levis, 5500 Boy Scout Ln., Godfrey, IL 62035

 

Camp Warren Levis will be Celebrating its 100th year in 2024. There will be a celebration at camp for all ages to participate in activities, to fellowship with new and old friends, and to have the opportunity to see the view of the lake from the porch. There are several ways to register and enjoy the day at camp.

The 100th Annivsary Celebration will take place on October 5, 2024. This is the same weekend of the annual Rendezvous. Individuals that are interested in participating in both events will have the opportunity to experience camp in a new way. Rendezvous will start at 8:00am and will conclude at 3:00pm, then starting at 3:00pm the 100th Annivsary actvities will start and end with with a campfire by 10:00pm. 

There will be program and activities at both Rendezvous and the 100th Anniversary Celebration for all ages. 

Regisration Opportunties and whats included: 

Day Pass (Rendezovus from 8am-3pm, event patch, lunch) $25

Celebration (Rendezvous and Celebration, event patch, lunch and dinner) $60

Scouts Attending Rendezvous (Rendezvous from Rendezvous Registration, Celebration, event patch, dinner) $30

Everything CWL 100th (Rendezvous and Celebration, event patch, shirt, buckle, event sticker, lunch and dinner) $100

Staff (Celebration, event patch, and dinner) $15

Youth under 5 years old Free 

100th Annivsary Celebration items will also be available in the trading post the weekend of the event and on www.gatewaytraders.org at a TBD date.  

 

Registration Closes:
  10-04-2024 11:59 PM

Contact

Nick Schubert
District Director
nicholas.schubert@scouting.org
618-772-8022

Council Service Center -- MacArthur (W. Pine)
4568 W Pine Blvd
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
Phone: 314-361-0600

Council Billing Information
Greater Saint Louis Area Council
4568 W Pine Blvd
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
Phone: 314-361-0600

Website is http://stlbsa.org


04/21/24 06:16 PM #2090    

 

Marion Foster (Dimond)

 

ALTON — Alton Little Theater is set to cap off its monumental 90th season in spectacular fashion with the classic musical, "Singin' in the Rain," running from May 10 through May 19, with potential additional dates due to high demand.

Among its founders in 1933 was our drama/English teacher Miss Colonius. Wouldn't she  be happy that it is still going strong....

 


04/21/24 08:26 PM #2091    

 

Marion Foster (Dimond)

Our classmate, Brenda Todd Sancamper:

Brenda Sancamper Obituary

 

Brenda Ann Sancamper
Godfrey - Brenda Ann Sancamper, 77, of Godfrey, passed away on Friday, April 19, 2024, at Belleville Memorial Hospital.
She was born on March 5, 1947, in Alton, the daughter of the late Graves and Jo Ellen (Moore) Todd.
Brenda married Edward "Ed" Sancamper on June 8, 1968, in Alton. He preceded her in death in 2019.
She graduated from SIUE with a Bachelor's in Education and taught in Alton School District and retired from Houston School District in Texas. Brenda enjoyed reading, games, puzzles, cooking, and going to dinner and traveling with her close friends.
Brenda is survived by her brother-in-law Bob (Becky) Sancamper, and sister-in-law Sue Frederick; several nieces and nephews, Teddy, Greg and Nate Sancamper, Jason, Jamie, and Chad Frederick, Brandy Beilsmith, Brittney Brown, and Mandy Hand; several cousins and close friends.
She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; brother-in-law Ted Sancamper.
Visitation will be held from 10 am until the time of funeral service at noon on Thursday, April 25, 2024, at Anderson Family Funeral Home in Brighton.
Burial will follow at Brighton Cemetery.
Memorials may be made to American Lung Association.
Condolences may be left online at www.andersonfamilyfuneral.com

Published by The Telegraph on Apr. 20, 2024.

 

 


04/22/24 07:40 AM #2092    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Penny Jacoby and Jim McGibany.


04/22/24 07:41 AM #2093    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

My condolences to the family of Brenda Todd.  


04/25/24 08:25 AM #2094    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Marlene Cox.


04/29/24 09:25 AM #2095    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Edward Grady.


05/02/24 09:49 AM #2096    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Jacquelyn Vander.


05/06/24 11:34 AM #2097    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Beverly Roe.


05/07/24 07:46 AM #2098    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Mary Thies.


05/08/24 12:50 PM #2099    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Leonard Schildroth.


05/08/24 05:29 PM #2100    

 

Kenneth Kennedy

Happy Birthday, Mary. 
Hope you are having fun!!!!


05/11/24 11:02 PM #2101    

 

Marion Foster (Dimond)

Son of our classmate Carol Meszaros Klaus:

Robert R. Klaus, Jr.
Saint Peters, MO - Robert R. Klaus, Jr., age 49, of Saint Peters, Missouri passed away on Thursday, May 2, 2024 after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born in Alton, Illinois on January 13, 1975 to Robert and Carol Klaus (nee Meszaros).
Rob was a man of many interests. A mechanical engineer by trade, he followed in his father's footsteps, working 15 years at O'Brien/Ametek Corporation upon getting an education at Louis and Clark College, even being inducted to the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society in 2006.
He preferred the outdoors and that of an Ozark stream to the hustle and bustle of city living. Summers saw him fishing a trout stream or hiking a nature trail, and by late fall, you could spot him in the duck blinds with his hunting buddies. He worked with his local Ducks Unlimited chapter out of O'Fallon/St. Paul on local wetland conservation. In his early days of working at a local habitat rehabilitation center, he would care for all sorts of wildlife which began a lifelong passion for animal rescue. And he, of course, loved dogs, especially his "fur babies", Bella and Ellie.
His true calling, though, would be history. Rob was an amateur archeologist who loved digging into history. Literally. He had a great love for prehistoric Native American artifacts and ancient cultural centers. He was well versed in geology and taught flint knapping of lithic tools and restoration. His love of history also led to numerous adventures to the Riviera Maya region of Mexico to see the ruins and temples and take in the culture, even proposing to his fiancée on the top of a Mayan pyramid. Rob was also a Civil War history buff who could be found mapping out the battle sites for his next road trip.
Rob pursued many side hobbies as well, including photography, culinary arts, auto restoration, making a mean margarita, grilling, gardening, hockey, baseball, and even paranormal research with his para-family, to which he devoted a deep curiosity of the past, the present, and to those in the ever after.
Rob's wit and humor, mixed with sarcasm and natural charisma, made him an immediate friend to so many. He eventually found the love of his life, Heather, in 2016 and they were engaged June, 2017. He was loyal and always willing to be there for others and, so in turn, it was those friends who helped him get through the last, and most difficult, chapter of his life. In August 2023, he was diagnosed with aggressive forms of liver and lung cancer, to which he fought with dignity. Despite his prognosis, he managed to keep his sense of humor till the end. In his own words, he's eternally grateful to have known each of you and your friendship was never taken for granted. His legacy will live on in all those lives he touched.
Rob is survived by his beloved fiancée, Heather Wehrmann; treasured stepdaughters, Lilianne and Livia Sullivan; loving parents, Robert R. Klaus, Sr., and Carol Klaus; and sisters, Deborah (Jerry) Meredith and Patricia Klaus. He is also survived by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles, and many friends that will miss him dearly. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Jerry (wife Patti survives) Klaus and James Klaus.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a gift to the Lewis and Clark Community College Foundation for the Robert Ronald Klaus Jr. Memorial Scholarship. In doing so, please make checks payable to Lewis and Clark Community College Foundation and write Klaus Scholarship in the memo line. Mail your gift to 5800 Godfrey Rd., Godfrey, IL 62035. Further information regarding the specifics of this scholarship can be provided upon request.
Visitation: Thursday, May 16, 2024 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions, 837 Mid Rivers Mall Dr, St Peters MO 63376. Visitation Prior to Mass: Friday, May 17, 2024 from 10:00 am to 11 am St. Peters Catholic Church, 221 1st Capitol Drive, St. Charles MO 63301. Mass: Friday, May 17, 2024 at 11 am at St. Peters Catholic Church, 221 1st Capitol Drive, St. Charles MO 63301. Interment: Ste. Philippine Cemetery 4057 Towers Road, St. Charles MO 63304.


05/11/24 11:03 PM #2102    

 

Marion Foster (Dimond)


05/12/24 11:34 AM #2103    

 

Marion Foster (Dimond)

Mother's Day poem from Moine McGibany's FB page:

Close your eyes

and think back in time

She quieted our cries

and sang us bedtime rhymes

She wiped away our tears

and calmed our greatest fears

She worked like a slave

and always gave and gave and gave

She always made things right

and filled a room with light

She taught us about hope

and taught us how to cope

She taught to always be a dreamer

and now we can only dream of her

We feel her presence everyday

and know she’s never far away.

Happy Mother’s Day, Moine

 

 


05/15/24 12:49 AM #2104    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Carol Fullagher.


05/17/24 10:33 AM #2105    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Belated Birthday to Cheryl Gentry.  So sorry for the delayed greetings.  


05/18/24 07:42 AM #2106    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Larry Mills and John Tucker.


05/19/24 07:41 AM #2107    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Sharen Shandrow.


05/20/24 08:06 AM #2108    

 

Linda Hicks (Montayne)

Happy Birthday to Delores Knighton and Carla Price.


05/23/24 11:40 AM #2109    

 

Marion Foster (Dimond)

https://www.findagrave.com/virtual-cemetery/1820131?page=1#sr-102814169   

Check out this virtual cemetery on findagrave.com, containing obits and pics of the 35 names on  Vietnam bench at Alton VFW 1308.

 

 

https://www.findagrave.com/virtual-cemetery/1820149

Also made a virtual cemetery of the 7 classmates our class lost in Vietnam.


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