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She grabbed me by the arm and we headed back towards the school. I remember going to various places with my Mom trying to find my brother. I remember playing little league with many of the guys I grew up with, who continued at Our Lady of the Angels and graduated from there.”Sister of John Manganello. After lunch, Elizabeth's brother, John, would walk her to the corner and watch her walk to her building before he went into the school. “He is missed to this day.”Michael has been a firefighter and holds the rank of lieutenant for over 24 years in the Chicagoland area.
in art class, the class was told to paint something that we could remember. The art teacher sent me to the principals office because as I later learned she felt I was 'not all there! I never returned to that school.“My mother was married at Our Lady of the Angels Church in October 1952.”Mary was one of the youngest students enrolled at OLA on December 1, 1958, because “my mother was allowed to enroll me in Kindergarten when I was 4 .” Fortunately, Mary was at home with a fever on the day of the fire, and therefore was not subjected to viewing the horrors unfolding at her school. I remember I was at home when my mother received a phone call from a neighbor friend, (Grace Noverini) that the school was on fire.That was a day that I and [my] family will never forget.[Today, 2015] I live with my husband in Horicon, WI and have three children and one granddaughter.” Sister of Peter Minerva.Meanwhile, in our classroom, we heard the many sirens and as was the custom, stopped what we were doing to say a 'Hail Mary'.As my mother approached our building, she noticed the sky filling with black smoke and raced up to the classroom and in her broken English, tried to tell Sr. Sister did not understand what my mother was trying to tell her, but allowed me to leave early.I remember we all held hands going outside and she said not to look back.” Sister of Debbie Taliani.“If I had been born in December of 1951, instead of January of 1952, I would have been in second grade on December 1, 1958, which means I would have been in the main building on Avers and Iowa. I believe that God had not intended me to be in 2nd grade, in the main building, on the tragic day.”“I was in first grade on the second floor of one of the [Hamlin Street] buildings.
Instead, I was in 1st grade at Joseph Hall down the street on Hamlin Ave. On the day of the fire, my mother was walking to school to pick me up.
I recall that after the fire, there was no 'counseling' and we really did not discuss what had happened.
We later attended Our Lady Help of Christians parish school for a while, and then my group was sent to John Hay public school for the next two years.”Patty escaped without injury. My mom walked me to stay at the Baby Shop on Chicago Ave. She then went to the scene of the fire to help walk students home.
I remember on the day of the fire being released [from school] when news of the fire spread.
I was walking northbound on Hamlin heading to my home (382 N. On the way, I saw my Mother running southbound on Hamlin. In the early part of the evening we located him at one of the houses near the school. When I was working in Special Operations, I would often drive by Kell's field on Chicago and Kedzie.
Sharon lived with her grandparents and mother on Iowa Street, about three blocks from OLA.