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After the last post I go to thinking and remembered that I had 4 old pictures of the brothers three. I ferreted around and found them! I have no background information on these pictures. From the uniforms I would guess these were school pictures, possible military school in Syria? I don’t think that is the … Continue reading
Back when Willimantic had more than one team for the various sports. Pictured here are the 1929-30 City Champs, the West-End Basketball team. Alfred Saba is in the back row, 3rd from the Right. Thanks to Mickey Saba for providing this photo.
Boy I wonder how many pancakes my grandfather, Alfred M. Saba flipped in his lifetime?! (he’s the one on the Left)
Alfred Saba’s second wife’s Obituary (Anne Hardell Saba aka Anne Brown):
Alfred M. Saba sang at my High School Graduation. He was always involved with and supportive of Windham High School. It was nice to know his involvement didn’t go unnoticed.
I came across this State of Connecticut General Assembly Posthumous Award for my Grandfather, Alfred Saba. He was a presence and very involved in politics and the community.
This article about the mural in the Willimantic Town Hall was published in March 2010. The article was originally published in Neighbors, a monthly newspaper in Eastern Connecticut. I found it on this site. I have reproduced it (with permission) here so we don’t lose the information. Here is it: The People Parade: A Willimantic … Continue reading
Here is a letter my Father received dated September 6, 1986 from the Town of Windham (Willimantic). As you can see below the Town recognized the contributions of my Grandfather. Truly he was part of the fabric of the Willimantic, part of its history. He helped keep the town alive as a community, something that … Continue reading
Here is a letter from the Lion’s Club, regarding the registration of a woman for the Convention in San Francisco. I believe the woman was my Grandfather’s girlfriend at the time…scandalous!