Austintown Fitch High School
Class Of 1962
Welcome to the Austintown Fitch High Class Of 1962 web site! This site was originally created on May 23, 2011, in preparation for our 50th class reunion in 2012. Now it is much more! Check in here often for important class news,updates, reunion pictures and memories, and also to connect or re-connect with old friends. If you are a member of our class and haven't already registered here, then please do, and fill out your profile. Just click on "join here" find your name on the list, and follow instructions. You will not be annoyed with spam or advertisements for products. Don't confuse this site with Classmates.com. Membership to this website is FREE.
Even safe and private on the new Facebook App, Class Connection
We invite the general public to visit any and all pages regarding the Heroes' Memorial Archive, Fitch History or any other pages not password protected. The password protected pages are for members of the AF Class of 1962, their families, or special guests. Exceptions must be approved by the Reunion/Website Committee.
Your Reunion & Website committee
Want to add to these pictures? Sign up for Dropbox here. It's free. Then just email the Dropbox link to Tim Bowen at email@example.com.
Do you remember old time radio shows? Well you can now hear them again at this website. Click here. There is also a 10 minute video on how the sound effects were done back in the day.
Want to get the most out of your smart phone, table or gadget? Click here for Kim Komando's tips. There is a lot of information here, including ads that you can ignore if you wish. (This link will take you to Kim Komando's website)
Are you currently serving your country, or have you been honorably discharged from any branch of the Armed Forces? Do you have a relative or close friend who should be memorialized here for their service to their country? The "Walk of Honor" is here for that purpose. Proceeds go to special scholarship fund.
To learn more click here or on picture
Pictures and links to our heroes' pages can now be found on the new page, "The Memorial Project Story." Click here or on either picture to go there.