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1999 remembrances of prominent people of McKeesport
Little Tiger coach, Bill Lickert still works at the teamsters that I believe is located on Rt. 48. He can tell all about Mckeesport--Past and present. Lucky, too, we still have "Duke Weagle" and "Dink" Schaeffer in the community to help with Athletic research. Gerald "Puddin" Grayson teaches at the High School.
Other prominent people of McKeesport.
Buck - large landholder and estate owner who donated land to PSU.
Taylor - wealthy family which owned the wonderful Memorial Theater, and the Penn Mckee Hotel.
Hayler, Charley - last member to live on the Haylor Farm, located in what is now known as Haylor heights. (PILL HILL)
Helmsteader- longtime business people in the city.
Cox - very successful businessman in the city--fought the Malls, but finally gave in.
Kelley, Clarence - Great surgeon.
Bondi - Great surgeon, whose son may still practice in the city.
Bayer - Entrepreneur and Car dealer
Brown, Fraulei Verner -Great German Teacher and person.
Pollock, Helen - owned Pollock awning Co., which survives on Eden Park Blvd., as Index, Inc.
Maneer, Clarence - WWII Hero, and car dealership owner.
Broman, Wayne -Superintendent of the Tube Works.
Broman Family - John & Evan BROMAN are the great musicians. Their brother Rick was a tremendous football player for West Mifflin North when they won 1963 Championship. He played fullback, punter, kicker and linebacker on defense. Rick's son Trevor played basketball for West Mifflin and Washington & Jefferson College.
Cousin Bob Broman played baseball for South Allegheny, White Oak American Legion, Daily News Leagues and Point Park College. He was a tremendous left handed first baseman. His wife Kathy is a photographer for UPMC McKeesport.
Paule - Owns Paule's Lookout
Mac - developer of the G. C. Murphy Chain of stores. Once there were three in Mckeesport.
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