Karl R. Josker
The Schools Of Buffalo
> Turner-Carroll RC High School
Karl R. Josker
Turner-Carroll RC High School
2 Courtland Ave. Buffalo
Closed, shuttered and For Sale.
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Graduated Class of 67. Been a long time, but have good memories. Sorry it closed. Left WNY 35 yrs ago.
Class of 1972- How about a 40 year reunion?
I will always remember every morning, In the name of the father, son, holy spirit, amen. Do anyone remember the teacher Sister Mary? she was cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Does anyone remember Ms. Otwell? Does anyone know if she is still teaching in Buffalo?
Great School- Many memories with Archbishop Carroll-Haircut inspections-Those were the days- Would love a reunion-class of 1072
what a shame.......Turnere was a GREAT school.....love dating the girls from Carroll
Ron Corra graduated class of 1975. My father used to own the Dunkin Donuts store on the other side of Turner on Genesee St. I used to live on Genesee St. Its a shame what has happend to the East side since then. Moved back to Connecticut in 1978 and have been here ever email@example.com
Mark C. Moser
Mark C. Moser, Class of 1975. It's been 35 years. Heard of one reunion years ago. Believe it was headed up by "Newt"-James Nunciato. (Ye ole dog.) Seem to hit most of my wifes reunions in Alden, but never hear anything from Turner. In 1975 it was not coed, bummer. Anyone out there from 1975 graduation class? If you are out there call me 540-447-6892 cell or firstname.lastname@example.org
Larry, Class of '70 Any talk of a reunion. It,s been 40 yrs.
I graduated in 1978 and enjoyed my high school years there. It was Bishop Turner in the 70's and a great school. I remember Father's Brown, Penkaul, Campbell, Father Max, then Mayor Griffin handed us our diplomas at graduation. What a great neighborhood school it was. Great memories, it was 185 Lang Ave back then. Times change, but it was a great school. To all of you fellow allums out there please post.
Chris Jones - Class of 78
Graduated in 64, the second class to make it through. It was a great school- brand new-with great teachers. Stanton, Bissonette,Lawler,Weimer, Bichler, Priester, Muerder Cahill etc....never forget "jug"...the yearbook team, drama club, all bring back good memories. It was a good foundation for my journey through life!!
When I started high school in '81 we were Bishop Turner HS. I graduated in '85 as the first graduating class as Turner Carroll HS. I have great memories as well. We also had Chico, Fr. White, Mr. Werth, Mr. Dean, etc. It's a shame the school closed.
I graduated from Bishop Turner in 1968. Great memories. Fr. Stanton patrolling the halls. Anybody have any idea where I could find a 68 yearbook?
I also graduated in 1979...those were the days. Mr. Kosmala, Mr. Dean in Science, and of course the gym teacher/track coach Mr. Diggins I think....
Graduated from there in '66 when it was still Bishop Turner HS, and Archbishop Carroll was the nearby girl's RC HS. Fr. Schwab was principal, Fr. Stanton was asst.
Chico, Father White, Father Braun. What memories. I graduated there way back in '79. It was an honor to go there, but just look at it now !
Here's a better Jimmy Werth quote: "Get up if you're not dead."
I remember the following : Fr White, Mr Werth-"I'll tear your face off!
Chico- It's Immaterial!
The correct address was 185 Lang...at least back then. Father Stanton was the disciplinarian. He was not one to cross.