TRITON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
CLASS OF 1964
RETROSPECTIVE

LES GIRLS ET LES GENTS

Miscellaneous years and places


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Some of our classmates came from St. Teresa's Catholic School, Runnemede, NJ.


Click on the picture for a close up of the faces.

Sandra Auletto, Carole Baumgardner, John Bausher, Arthur Burns, Cathy Buscio, Joan Cahill, Susan Caton, Judi Conley, Jim Corbett, Margaret Daiber, Patricia Devlin, Patrick Doyle, Francis Fennen, Robert Ferguson, Karl Finnanger, Ann Fitzpatrick, Patricia Fitzpatrick, Bill Fromnic, Nancy Hacker, Harry Hertsch, George Hyndman, Marie Kirk, Hedwig Kortowski, Arthur Lorenz, Lorraine Matticola, Patricia McCaffery, Margaret McBride, Harry Minnick, Fred "Doc" Muller, Tom O'Neill, Barbara Pennisi, Ralph Piazzo, Frank Poploski, Richard Rogers, Joyce Ruggiano, Patricia Salario, Eleanor Shute, Rosemarie Sichort, Ernest Tirimacco, Claudia Trivinia, Rosemary Washart, Alan Weber, Arlene Yates, and William Ziegler

Where have they been?
Where are they now?


Sandra Auletto Sandy has been happily married to her husband, Frank Malloy, since 1966. Donna Iacovone attended their wedding.

[Donna, do you remember that Sandy and Frank
were also married in a blizzard — the blizzard of 66?
Blizzards must be good luck!]

After their wedding, Sandy and Frank drove across country to China Lake, CA, where Frank was stationed at the Navel Air Facility for two years. They returned home in 1967 and have been living in the same house for 42 years and in the same town they were raised. Sandy says, "I guess you can say that we like stability!" In 2006, for their 40th wedding annivesary, they renewed their wedding vows.

Sandy and Frank have two children. Their son, Mike, is an insurance investigator. He married his wife, Lori, in 1994 and they have two handsome, energetic sons, Michael and Luke. If anyone's grandchildren are involved with "GTHA" (Gloucester Township Hockey Assoc.), they will surely know "Coach Mike" and the boys.


Luke, Lori, Michael, and Mike

Their daughter, Kelly, is an optometrist and lives in Montgomeryville, PA. Dr. Malloy is chief specialist of the Neuro-Opthalmic Disease Clinic at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry's Eye Institute and also teaches residents at Hahnemann University.


Dr. Kelly Malloy

In 1999, after 30+ years in the construction field, Frank was forced to retire due to knee and ankle injuries. However, he is now the lucky one who runs "Camp Pa" during the summers and enjoys their heated swimming pool with their grandsons.

Sandy has been working for the Pennsauken Board of Education in the High School Guidance Office for the last 17 years. Being a secretary doesn't give her the same benefit as teachers (having summers off), but she does get lots of vacation time and she enjoys what she is doing.

Sandy and Frank have enjoyed visiting Disney World with their family and their trips to Ireland.


Frank and Sandy in Ireland

However, further travel has been put on hold. Sandy and Frank have fallen into the "sandwich generation" as they currently care for Sandy's elderly parents.

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Alan Weber Al is living in Sewell, NJ. He is still performing on his saxophone and plays each year at the Cape May Jazz Festival. Here is some sample music. Al still partners his sax with Ed (Lemuel) Harris on the guitar. Al and Ed perform at the Rocking Stone Bar and Grill, 2001 South Delaware St, Paulsboro, NJ, and at Bogey's Club and Cafe at the Pitman Country Club, 501 Pitman Rd, Sewell, NJ. Al, Ed, and Rick Dee, as "The Classitors," produced this record, Gettin' T'Gether Man.

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Tom O'Neill After high school, Tom worked for 2 years in a machine shop and sheet metal works before being drafted. He then served in the U.S. Army for 2 years from 1966 to 1968. Upon honorable discharge, he went back into the sheet metal field.

Then, in 1969, Tom switched gears and moved into the wastewater field. From 1969 to 1977, he worked for the Gloucester Township Municipal Utilities Authority (GTMUA) at which time he attended Atlantic County College and Camden County College taking courses in water and wastewater technology. Tom passed the State examination for the top license to operate a Wastewater Treatment and Collections System.

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In 1977, Tom moved to the newly-created Camden County MUA (CCMUA) as Chief Licensed Operator. A couple of years later, Tom was promoted to the position of Process Control Chief in charge of the Main Plant in Camden, The Winslow Township Plant, the Incinerator in Glou. Twp., and 37 pumping and metering stations located throughout Camden County and he supervised all the employees attached to these facilities. Tom worked for CCMUA until 2002 at which time he retired with 34 years in the State pension.


Tom has been happily married to Jane McDevitt (Triton '66) for 40 years. "Janey" just retired after working for Highland High School for 25 years. They still live in the area in Hilltop and are neighbors with Donna Iacovonne and her husband, Joe Hoguet, here and down the shore.

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Tom has been a member of the Glendora Volunteer Fire Company for 45 years and is still with them. He served in many offices, including Fire Chief for 5 years.

Tom is a life member of the Camden County Fire Chiefs' Association and the Gloucester Township Fireman's Relief Association. He is currently serving as the Vice President for the latter.

Tom's favorite pastimes are golfing, fishing, and spending time with the wife at the shore. Tom is a big fan of the Phillies, the Eagles, the Flyers and the Penn State teams. Tom passed away on August 19, 2011.

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If you have some pictures that you can share with the class,
please email them to Arlene Hofmann Furfero