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Spring 2015• Vol. 24, No. 1

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As I write my first article as President of the Alumni Association, I have to take a moment and thank Nancy Fedak (’66) for her years of service to Parma High and our community in that role. They are some mighty big shoes to fill! The good news is she has taken on the role of Vice President to help me in my new job. As an Alumni Association board member for the last four years, I have witnessed the incredible dedication of all fifteen board members. They serve in different roles concerning all the aspects of the association. I am grateful for the hundreds of volunteer hours that they and others provide Parma Senior High.  On the first day of school this year, I had been given a few minutes to speak to the seniors and the freshmen. I knew what message I wanted to give the seniors, but not quite sure what would be meaningful for the freshmen since most of them had already spent a year at PSH. I told the freshmen that this is the first year of their high school career and now all the opportunities of the high school are theirs to experience. They need to get involved and have some fun along the way. I told them that Parma Senior High is a special place and if they didn't believe me they could ask any one of the nine current faculty members who are also PSH alumni of their experience with our school. For mostt of us it is the only place we ever wanted to teach.


In talking with the seniors, I welcomed them to their senior year and told them to enjoy it, as it will fly by. I also told them we have some special events this year. One of these is our Hall of Fame assembly on November 6th. I couldn't tell them the details about the newest inductees, but I promised them that they will be impressed by their achievements. I hope that all of our out-of-town inductees will be able to attend. It will be a memorable event! As always, the PSHAA is here to serve you and your classes. Class anniversary years ending in zero or five are finishing their reunions and classes ending in one and six will begin to plan their reunions. The Golden Redmen Reunion was held at the end of August and was once again well attended. Thanks to Tony (’62) and Darlene (’63) DeMarco along with their committee from the class of 1964 for all your work to make the event such a success. I look forward to meeting you at events in the future. GO REDMEN!  

By Michael Jasczack ‘80

                Parma Alumni Association

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