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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 when we moved to Carpentersville and in 2nd grade?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.He is married with 2 children and lives in Downers Grove, IL.Michael is also an accomplished jazz flutist and has produced the only known music memorial dedicated to this fire and his fallen classmates entitled Angels of Fire on Southport Records.' It wasn't until my sister, Lois, came home very upset, that I learned of the horror of the fire at the school.

Each December 1st, seems to bring back blurred visions of the fire.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.Clara lived on Thomas Street at the time of the fire along with her parents Philip and Jessie Di Maso and, sister Rose Marie. I do not remember their names, but I would like to thank them for getting me home safely. I remember hearing the sirens and seeing the fire trucks, police cars, and ambulances all going very fast, westbound on Chicago Avenue. Luckily, my babysitter who walked me to and from school made it out of the fire ok and came to get me to walk me home along with a friend of hers.

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