Compilation of list of names for photo of Mrs. Bell’s Grade 7 class at Ahuntsic School, 1958

First Row (left to right) Leila Zogbi,  Emily,  Mrs. Mayberry- Principal,  Allister High,  Audrey McHafferie,  Mrs. Kathleen Bell-Class Teacher,  Alex Simard,  Helen Eisenstein Second Row (left to right) Marilyn Robertson-Office Admin,  Richard Lessard,  Raynauld Beauhemin, Collen McKenna,  Annette Bingham,  Elizabeth Forester,  Nina Sharko,  Sandra Shaar,  Lise Decoste,  Peter Bears,  Peter Blendong,   Pierre.  Mrs. Craig-Music Teacher Third Row  (left to right) Arthur,  Peter,  Johnny,  Richard Scannell,  Michael,  Robert Horricks,  Henry,  Brian,  Keith Davis. Photo source: Noreen (Doherty) McMillan

First Row (left to right)
Leila Zogbi, Emily, Mrs. Mayberry – Principal, Allister High, Audrey McHafferie, Mrs. Kathleen Bell – Class Teacher, Alex Simard, Helen Eisenstein
Second Row (left to right)
Marilyn Robertson – Office Admin, Richard Lessard, Raynauld Beauhemin, Colleen McKenna, Annette Bingham, Elizabeth Forester, Nina Sharko, Sandra Shaar, Lise Decoste, Peter Bears, Peter Blendong, Pierre. Mrs. Craig – Music Teacher
Third Row (left to right)
Arthur, Peter, Johnny, Richard Scannell, Michael, Robert Horricks, Henry, Brian, Keith Davis. Photo source: Noreen (Doherty) McMillan

Noreen (Doherty) McMillan writes:

Hello Jaan,

I am re-sending herewith the photo of Mrs. Bell’s Grade 7 class in Ahuntsic Elementary of 1958.

With the help of my dear friends, Lise Decoste (Laval, Que.), Nina Sharko (Rockledge, Florida), and Marsha Silver (Orleans, Ont.) we have compiled as many names as possible. (Last names not always possible)

Lise Decoste has been communicating with the Montreal Protestant School Board in an effort to retrieve a photo of the other Grade 7 Class of Mrs. Harris, without success to date. We have not given up as yet.

Please re-post and credit the three ladies listed who have bee instrumental in this endeavor.

Regards,

Noreen Doherty-McMillan

[End of message]

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Noreen Doherty-McMillan (MCHS 1962) has listed the following names:

First Row (left to right)
Leila Zogbi, Emily, Mrs. Mayberry – Principal, Allister High, Audrey McHafferie, Mrs. Kathleen Bell – Class Teacher, Alex Simard, Helen Eisenstein

Second Row (left to right)
Marilyn Robertson – Office Admin, Richard Lessard, Raynauld Beauhemin, Colleen McKenna, Annette Bingham, Elizabeth Forester, Nina Sharko, Sandra Shaar, Lise Decoste, Peter Bears, Peter Blendong, Pierre. Mrs. Craig – Music Teacher

Third Row (left to right)
Arthur, Peter, Johnny, Richard Scannell, Michael, Robert Horricks, Henry, Brian, Keith Davis

Please note: In the list, I have changed Collen McKenna to Colleen McKenna. I am guessing that “Collen” was a typo. I mention  this, just in case I am mistaken in my guess.

 

3 replies
  1. Jaan Pill
    Jaan Pill says:

    Message from Roz Lawlor:

    Nina Sharko, I was in you class and you came to my cottage. I have a
    picture of you from back then. I think you had a cast on your arm at
    the time. My sister, Marilyn Robertson, is in the photo. She was the
    office administrator and worked for Miss Mayberry. Such good
    memories.

    I was Rosilyn Robertson. I would love to hear from you.

    Note from Jaan Pill: Nina: If you wish to get in touch with Roz Lawlor, please contact me through this website.

    Reply
  2. Noreen McMillan
    Noreen McMillan says:

    Hello Jaan,

    I was just going thru the music on site. I came across this note for Nina Sharko. Nina was, and still is, one of my best friends. She now lives in Rockledge, Florida. (Married name Nina Havoy, her husband Bill passed on last year )
    Her e-mail is:

    [please contact Jaan Pill for the email]

    She would be absolutely pleased to see the note from Roz Lawlor.

    P.S. It is Nina’s birthday tomorrow, September 6th.

    Regards.

    Noreen McMillan

    Reply
  3. Jaan Pill
    Jaan Pill says:

    This is awesome, Noreen! I’ve forwarded your message to Roz Lawlor. I am so happy every time that a person makes a connection, after so many years, as a result of people working together. Thank you so much for your help!

    Reply

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