Combined class reunion for Mingo High School Classes of 1970, 1971 and 1972

Members of Mingo High School’s Class of 1970 on their 52-year reunion, including, seated, from left, Frank Bovina, Sanford DiFabbio, Keith Duncan, Deb Kolling Kriegel, Kathy Coen Jackson, Rhonda Thompson Boyuk and Terry Giuliani, and standing, Albert Thompson, John Slivka, Mariann Vag Campbell, Janet Kleineke DiNofrio, Deb Gearhart Sohovich, JoAnn Neal Albaugh, Quentin Heaton, Larry Petrella, Bob Kendrach and Don Cutri. -- Contributed
Members of Mingo High School’s Class of 1971 having their 51-year class reunion, including, seated, from left, Ruth Ann Cook Perine, Karen O’Leary Gould, Pam Sprando Cutri, Janet Mathews Duncan, Nancy Lazear Trombetta, Rachel Huggins Wardle, Nona Evans, Mary Ann Zinsser Degenkolb and Tina Kisha McBean; second row, Terry Barker English, Judy Dalton Skipper, Crystal Spinner Harper, Becky Wheeler Wright, Helanka Olexia Ralston, Joe Aulet, Robin Brettell Brockway, Janet Bodrog Angelica, Michaelene Petrick Slivka, Judy Brettell Walker and John Angelica; and third row, Gary Swisher, James Ralston, Bill Elder, Diane Lugano Bovina, Paul Yates and Cathy O’Malley DeLallo. -- Contributedd
Members of Mingo High School’s Class of 1972 on the occasion of their 50-year reunion, including, seated, from left, Karen Byers Giuliani, Kathy VanDine Pavlik, Carolyn Savage Carducci, Patti Moran Peters, Loraine Ziza, Bob Chapman and Glenn Schultz, and standing, Steve Pavlik, Rich Williamson, Scott Kerr, Bill Hammock, Patrick Townsend, John Petrozzi, Bob Petrozzi, Greg Bellopatrick and Sam Bezak. -- Contributed

A combined class reunion for Mingo High School was held July 29-30. COVID-19 precautions prevented classes from having their reunions, but the classes decided to celebrate with a combined 50-year class reunion instead. July 29 was an evening spent at the shelter house at Mingo Junction’s Aracoma Park with local pizza delivered and BYOB observed. The evening of July 30 featured a dinner-dance at the Weirton Holiday Inn catered by Undo’s with Newbrough Studios taking the class photos. “It was a great time with many classmates traveling from across the country to attend,” a reunion organizer noted.


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