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Renee Contento spoke with Cathy Morrin about her move to Evergreen Park in 1960. She loved EP especially how close the schools, parks, churches, and businesses were to her home.
The memories of growing up, nearby farmland and the tornado of 1968
Recreation Dept started in 1970, his father was first director, $10,000 budget. First preschool class is now 50 years old.Spoke of his time in Evergreen Park and the services the Village offers. Was also a Br. Rice teacher
Long time Evergreen Park librarian (40 years) talks about growing up in the area, helping students and the changes she’s seen in the library.
A loving couple who have been married 45 years and lived in EP for 42
14 year Illinois State Representative spoke of his time in Oak Lawn and Evergreen Park as well as his relationships to Evergreen Park.
Kelly Johnson, Principal of St. Bede the Venerable, is interviewed by her students about raising a family in Evergreen Park, IL. She has many fond memories.
Currently a teacher at Brother Rice, he remembers baseball in the park, the “Mom & Pop feel” of the village, Most Holy Redeemer Carnival.
Joe Zettek tells Jan Stone-Paris about his work, army life, marriage and family.
He spoke of his travels as a big band musician (drums). Spoke of playing with Tommy Dorsey Band. He was on stage with Bob Hope, Ray Charles and Dinah Shore.
Kathy talks about growing up in Evergreen Park. She has lived in the same house for 53 years. She moved into her parents home. She was a crossing guard for 28 years. She remembers the tornado of 1967 and the...
Wayne Hastings talked about his time as a part-time village employee and various other jobs he has had.
Raising a family and friendship in Evergreen Park, IL
Susan speaks about her childhood and the community of Evergreen Park, a wonderful, vibrant place for families and children.. Her parents instilled a love of culture, literature, art, music, and dance. Her Mom taught her to think for herself.
Catherine Juris talks about growing up in Chicago and Bosnia
The two sisters reminisce on life growing up in EP