Tagged With: Mr. Willimantic
Boy I wonder how many pancakes my grandfather, Alfred M. Saba flipped in his lifetime?! (he’s the one on the Left)
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.
Mom comes through again, she found this gem for me! The fact that Fadlou Saba had donated Solid Gold Candlesticks to either St. Joseph’s or St. Mary’s Church in Willimantic is a well known fact in our family. However like any family ‘story’ it is nice to have some confirmation as it lends credibility to … Continue reading
My Mom found this article while searching for Family history information. Fadlou is mentioned in this very lengthy article, it also gives a good description of the period. I have replicated it here for prosperity. THE PEOPLE OF THE EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCHES, THE SEPARATED CHURCHES OF THE EAST, AND OTHER SLAVS. REPORT OF THE COMMISSION … 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
My Father received this letter from the Governor of Connecticut, William O’Neill concerning the death of his father, my grandfather, Alfred M. Saba.
Alfred was known as Mr. Willimantic…