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Reunion Information

Check this section of ALUMNI NOTES to find out about upcoming class reunions.  If you have any information about your class reunion, please contact Dave Howard (Phone: 314 741-1333 ext. 230 or e-mail: and the information will be posted. Please, keep us updated!

Aquinas Class of 1963

55th Class Reunion
Date: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Place: Hobo's (American Legion Post 313) St. Peters, MO
Time: Doors open at 6pm, Dinner/Dance 7-11 pm
Cost: $30 per person (includes dinner, dessert, soft drinks and band)

Meet & Greet
Date: Friday, October 12
Time: 12pm
Place: Defiance Ridge Vineyards


Tina (Delia) Jennings -

Aquinas Class of 1968

50th Class Reunion

Meet & Greet:
Friday, October 19, 2018
5 pm
Las Margaritas
1155 Technology Dr.
O'Fallon, MO 63368

Saturday, October 20, 2018
7 - 11 pm
Pezold Banquet Center
5701 Highway N
Cottleville, MO 63304

Facebook Page: STA 50 Year Reunion Class of 1968

This event will cost $50.00 per person. Please mail this check or money order to Anne Hoppe.

Anne Hoppe:
3161 Cog Wheel Station
St. Charles, MO. 63301
314-303-9883 -


Steve Creamer: 636-352-9741 -
Nancy Davies Miller: 636-887-1659 -
Debra Dunsford Angelbeck: 636-795-4324 -
Larry Van Gels: 314-640-6717 -
Marsha Ball Fickenscher: 314-497-6351 -
Mike Barylski: 636-219-7646 -
Debbie Mathis:

Rosary Class of 1969

A committee is being formed to plan a 50th reunion. More information to follow.

Check out the Facebook page: Rosary Class of 1969 Reunion.


Mercy Class of 1968

Saturday, October 27, 2018
6-11 pm
All Souls Catholic Church Hall

Mary Beth Simpson Walton -
Kathleen Fisher Nix - 

Planned Giving

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We are pleased to have the Roman Catholic Foundation of Eastern Missouri as our Planned Giving partner.

The Foundation’s mission is to inspire giving and connect donors to Catholic ministries, sustaining the local church for future generations.  The Foundation assists donors with legacy gifts, from their will, trust, or retirement plan, to the Catholic parish, school or organization of their choice.

To learn more about ways to create your planned gift to provide lasting support for  <<the name of your organization>>, please visit the Foundation’s website


Planning Your Class Reunion?

Would you like to use Trinity Catholic High School for a class reunion? Here’s how:

The Trinity gymnasium will be available for individual class reunions from Mercy, St. Thomas Aquinas, Rosary, St. Thomas Aquinas-Mercy or Trinity provided use of the gym does not disrupt any other Trinity school activities.

There will be no charge to rent the gym, however there will be a total charge of $300 to be paid in cash prior to the start of the event for maintenance employees to be present during the reunion in case of an emergency ($150) and for cleanup following the reunion ($150). 

Trinity personnel will handle the responsibilities of laying out the mats on the gym floor and the setup of an agreed upon a number of round and rectangular tables in addition to the setup of chairs to go with those tables. The standard setup for a reunion will include two rectangular tables for a bar, three rectangular tables for a food buffet, one rectangular table for a DJ (if needed), two rectangular food preparation tables (if needed for a caterer) and one rectangular table in the gym lobby for registration. All other decorating and cleanup of those decorations will be the responsibility of the reunion organizing committee. All decorations brought into the gym by the decorating committee must be removed from the gym at the end of the reunion.

All food and drink for reunions must be brought in by the reunion committee, including coolers, warming dishes, etc. used for the preparation and/or maintenance of the food and drinks throughout the reunion. Ice and refrigerators for keeping food cool may be provided by Trinity Catholic High School if agreed upon by Trinity personnel and the reunion organizing committee prior to the event.  

Setup and decorating for the reunion will take place at a time agreed upon by Trinity personnel and the reunion committee. Normally decoration and setup will take place the morning or early afternoon of the reunion or the night before the reunion if times can be agreed upon. Any additional tables and chairs needed after initial setup should be requested by the reunion organizing committee at the time of decorating and not immediately prior to the start of the reunion.

The reunion organizing committee is responsible for its guests and their behavior and the organizing committee is also responsible for any damages to the Trinity facility caused by a reunion guest.

If a program is compiled for the evening or if the committee members have updated names and addresses for class members, a copy should be given to the Trinity Alumni Office following the event.

For more information contact the Trinity Advancement Office at 314-741-1333, ext: 230 

For Alumni event postings and Directory Information & for communications and media postings: Dave Howard, 314-741-1333 ext. 230 or