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Class of 1970 50th Reunion 

SAVE-THE-DATE: October 1-4, 2020

We are looking forward to celebrating you at your Gannon and Villa Maria College 50th Reunion. 

Click HERE to take a brief survey & share your ideas on the events leading up to the reunion and as part of Homecoming at Home! 


Please check back here for updates regarding Homecoming Weekend and your 50th Reunion.  

 

Click here to review the 1970 Gannon College Yearbook. 

Click here to review the 1970 Villa Maria College Yearbook. 

Are you interested in joining the Homecoming Class of '70 Committee? If so, contact Almitra Clerkin at clerkin002@gannon.edu or 814-871-7786. 

Click HERE to make your 50th Reunion gift to Gannon to preserve the legacy of the class of 1970 and support future generations of Gannon students! 

Help us find your classmates! If you have any information on the following alumni, please contact the alumni office at: gannonalumni@gannon.edu 

Gannon College

Barry Allaire
William Arnoux
Thomas Bellafaire
Stanley Brenick
Edward Chimenti
Joseph Chisholm
Colby Coates
Gerard Custer
James Doerner
Christopher Doutt
Thomas English
Michael Flanagan
Kevin Flynn
Robert Gloekler
Thomas Gorndt
Timothy Gratchen
Gerald Griffith
John Griffith
William Heaney
Roderic Kerr
James Kinsella
Robert Kitchey
John Klempay
James Lewis
William McDonald
James McManus
Stephen Miko
Joseph Milosich
Lawrence Pfister
John Phelps
Edmond Potocki
William Pransky
Joseph Schissler
Gregory Sheehan
Angelo Stabile
Edward Wisniewski

Villa Maria College

Rosalie (Klima) Allaire
Eileen (Regan) Bunch
Donna Campbell
Dorothy Comitini
Mary Dixon
Lorraine Varela Farr
Deborah Figurski
Pamela (Dengel) Fredrychowski
Nancy Gillen
Margaret (McNelis) Jones
Claudia (Tonjes) Kinsey
Barbara Letzo
Susan Luke
Margaret (Wherle) McCabe
Janet (Pieretti) Moore
Audrey (Sapper) Otero
Patricia Riddle
Susan (Strotman) Rogers
Margaret (Strasser) Sweeney
Margaret Sykes
Charlotte (Phillips) Wellington
Colette (Ryan) Wittig

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