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•   Tom Zygmunt (1968)

PROFILE UPDATES


•   Michael J. Andert (1970)  1/14
•   Roger H. Rupp (1960)  1/14
•   Gary M. Berblinger Sr (1966)  1/14
•   Daniel J. Rothery (1969)  1/14
•   William E. Schmitz (1962)  1/13
•   John Jarzemkoski Jr (1974)  1/12
•   Daniel R. Staggenborg (1970)  1/12
•   Mark Radetic (1972)  1/12
•   Dennis Walsh (1953)  1/4
•   Charles Mudd (1974)  1/3
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UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS



•   Richard R. Aubuchon (1964)  1/16
•   Herbert J. Gebhart (1941)  1/16
•   Gerald J. Kistner (1970)  1/16
•   Vincent A. Sala (1969)  1/16
•   Michael W. Sei, Sr. (1962)  1/16
•   Don Wigal  1/16
•   Mike Hallemann (1962)  1/17
•   Paul A. Urzi Sr (1955)  1/17
•   Jeff Wolff (1972)  1/17
•   John A. King (1952)  1/18
•   Mr. Thomas Weissenberg  1/18
•   Joseph T. Ayres (1968)  1/20
•   Paul Casey (1973)  1/20
•   Daniel T. Flynn (1973)  1/20
•   Earl J. Kentzinger (1962)  1/20
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Welcome to the McBride High School Alumni Website

In 1923, funds to build a Catholic High School in St. Louis, Missouri were given to the Archdiocese by Mrs. McBride as a memorial to her husband, William Cullen McBride, an outstanding Catholic layman. In the words of the late Cardinal Glennon, Mr. McBride was “a man who saw and understood the questions of his day, and even foresaw those of the future. He realized the need for educating the hearts and minds of youth so as to fit them for facing the problems of life.”

Under the guidance of the Brothers of Mary, McBride opened in 1925. During its 47 years, McBride rose to become a landmark and a milestone in education. Situated on the northwest corner of Kingshighway and Cote Brilliante Avenue, this limestone educational institution yearly molded and shaped the lives of six hundred young men. Graduates passed through her famous colonnades each year well prepared to meet their moral and civic responsibilities in an adult world. For a variety of reasons, the school closed in 1971.

In 1985, as part of their 50th reunion, the class of 1935 decided to rekindle the fire by establishing a McBride Alumni Club. Our rosters now include 438 teachers and 7,354 former “McBride Micks”. We have roughly 2,900 members, 4,300 confirmed deceased and are still missing 600 … the search continues.

On March 10, 2009, the New McBride Alumni site was launched.  Please let everyone know about this site, and keep the spirit of McBride alive.

McBride Alumni Club

P.O. Box 50096
Clayton, Missouri  63105

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Over 1,200 Micks are registered on our site.  We continue to have new registrations as alumni find our site.  Be sure to tell fellow classmates about our site and have them register.


Marianist Retreat Center Event (Wildwood, MO) - February 16, 2017
As a part of the  Marianist Retreat Center ‘s 50th Anniversary Year, they are hosting an evening program based upon the rich and interesting history of the Glencoe area, the Meramec River Valley and the ministry of the Marianist Order on this site since they acquired the property in 1947.  In addition, you will hear a presentation by the well-known author, professor and  historian, Msgr Michael Witt, focusing on the early settlement of America’s Heartland and the central role played by St Louis Catholics.

More information can be found at http://mretreat.org/?p=2614.  They hope that you can join them for a memorable evening.

McBride Basketball Throw Back Game
The 11th Annual McBride Throwback Night game scheduled for Friday, January 13, 2017 against DeSmet is postponed until further notice due to the inclement weather.