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Due to COVID there will be a month to month

decision on our meetings. Check the website the first few days

of the month to find out the status of our meeting that month.


In 2021 we lost 68 alumni, 1 Brother and 1 Lay Teacher

This number may increase due to death notifications received after December 31st

May they rest in peace

Douglas Joseph Abell Sr. – ‘68, Richard Lee “Dick” Adams – ‘50, Urban Louis Axman – ‘45, Michael W. Baron – ‘64, Ernest Leo Batliner – ‘54, Charles J. Bischof, Jr. – ‘53, Richard S. Board, Jr. – ‘68, Thomas Joseph Bohn – ‘58, Rev. Thomas L. Boland – ‘57, Joe Stephen Bush – ‘56, Clarence Raymond Cecil – ‘53, Thomas J. Conder – ‘66, Br. Charles M. Cully C.F.X. – Brother, Charles Phillip “Charley” Daus – ‘57, Donald Leo Elbert Sr. – ‘56, Richard R. Geiger – ‘50, Richard L. Gill – ‘74, Michael David Goss – ‘66, William “Billy” Gray Jr. – ‘68, George Edward Hamilton – ‘50, James Anthony Hancock, Sr. – ‘54, Walter Lee Hayes – ‘71, Joseph Dennis “Denny” Hickerson – ‘72, Gary Ray Hickey – ‘71, Donald Lee Hoefflin – ‘51, Ramon Jackson – ’72, John William Holsclaw, Jr. – ‘55, Charles H. Jenne – ‘53, David Paul Jones – ‘64, Dr. Daniel Patrick Jones – ‘59, Donald Eugene Key – ‘52, James Houston Kidwell PsyD – ’51, James Michael Kneisler – ‘61, Thomas C. “Tom” Koetter Sr. – ’54, William D. “Bill” Kramer – ‘62, Ralph M. Lilly – ‘71, James A. Livers – ‘64, Thomas L. “Tom” Mattingly – ‘60, William F. “Bill” McCreary – ‘49, Riordon “Rod” William McNerney – ‘61, Robert W. “Bob” Mitchell – ‘55, John Curtis Moore – ‘64, Stephen G. Murphy – ‘69, Hubert J. Osborne – ‘60, Ronald P. Pruitt – ‘72, William “Bill” T. Purcell III – ‘67, Fred Peter Ries III – ‘65, Paul T. Robinson – ‘73, Philip Lee Rollins – Lay Faculty, Charles Edward “Chuck” Russ, Jr. – ‘72, Tommy Russell – ‘45, Eugene Robert “Bob” St. Clair ’51, Thomas Schagene Jr. – ‘52, Steven Louis Schmidt – ‘64, Nicholas George Schmitt – ‘67, Howard Leslie Schnellenberger – ‘52, Frank Martin Schuster – ‘55, William Joseph “Bill” Spath – ‘52, Ervin Anthony “Tony” Stottmann – ‘61, Clarence N. Stuber – ‘49, Joseph A. Tedescucci – ‘54, Carl L. Terrell – ‘53, Robert D. Thomas – ‘53, Robert F. Tipton – ‘67, Joseph Edwin “Ed”) Welsh – ‘52, George Patrick Wigge – ‘61, Maurice “Woody” Woods –51, James E. Wooldridge – ‘56, Felix Wuerth – ‘59, Carl Frederick Zeller – ‘52

Click the Flaget Miscellaneous Link above then click on Flaget Courier Articles

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1954

Courier Journals Articles have been added


Courier-Journal Article

November 11, 1945

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Smoke Signals Article from Winter 2000 Issue:

The Old School Politics of Larry Clark


Every few weeks I will post 3 different pictures of Flaget’s best.
You can click on the picture to enlarge it.


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Use the arrows on the right or left side of the screen to navigate through the pictures.

Once you are through left click the X at the top right of the screen.

January 14, 2015


Our next Alumni Luncheon is:

Wednesday February 9th

No decision at this time. Check the website in

the first few days of the month for a decision.


Flaget Pep Song

O the Flaget Braves are hard to beat!

They’re one hundred per from head to feet.

They’ve got that smile, that style, that winning way.

No matter where you go, you’ll recognize that smile and say.

Now there’s a team I’d like to know;

They’ve got that good old Flaget pep and go,

For just to look at them is quite a treat, hard to beat,

The Flaget Braves!


Mission Statement:

The mission of the Flaget Alumni Association is to promote Christian fellowship with its members as follows:

● By sustaining the friendships developed while attending our beloved Flaget High School.
● By sustaining the unique spirit bestowed upon all who were a part of Flaget High School.
● By developing educational and charitable grants to memorialize the spirit and memory
of Flaget High School so its spirit may be passed on to the generations of the future.
● By supporting the ministry of the Xaverian Brothers to honor and celebrate their
commitment to education and the poor and our communion with the Brothers.

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