I have to start off with sad news, unfortunately. I received news from Charles Farrugia, that his great-uncle, Gilbert Kadlecek (SLHS '48), passed away recently. Click this link to view the obituary Charles sent me.
I also received word that Olga Mutina, long-time resident on The Hill, died last month. Click this link to view an obituary. I know her sons, Louis (DHS '67) and David (DHS '70). I don't know her younger children, Johnny, Ricky, Susan, and Donald, but I presume they are Dulles alums.
My heart-felt condolences go to the Kadleceks and Mutinas at this sad time in their lives.
My thanks go to Jean McCord Babineaux (SLHS '47) for the next two photos.
|Ralph McCord, Sammy Norvic, & Earl Tise, Jr. in front of the Sugar Land Drug Store in 1942.|
|Louise Stephenson Hall, Jean McCord Babineaux, & Walterene Stephenson Farrell on April 9, 1944.|
I'm pretty sure Randy Kozlovsky (DHS '67) gave me these photos, so I'll thank him for providing them. I think they were taken in the '50s. Maybe he'll give me the details.
|I think that's Randy's mother on the left. One of the other women is his aunt, but I'm not sure which.|
|Randy's father is holding his trophy catfish. I'm not sure who the little girl is.|
I want to thank Linda Cruse Wilson (DHS '65) for this photo. It shows Diane Broughton Lundell (DHS '65), Becky Cutia, and Linda.
Finally, I saw this article in The Houston Chronicle. Kind of a stretch, but since it involves Alex and the Freeman Post, it qualifies as old Sugar Land.