The Arconati Family Reunion is usually held every two years, so we are due for one in 2020. However, it has been decided to cancel this year’s reunion due to the current pandemic. This event may be rescheduled for next year. Details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Go, go class of 2020! We are so proud of our artist-in-residence. Now it’s time for new adventures and all that stuff.
Reese had an official review done by a professional theater reviewer, along with the rest of the cast of Streetcar Named Desire.
December 11, 1989 – March 23, 2019
Nicholas is survived by his beloved Son, Julian Arconati; Cherished son of his Father Charles J. Arconati III and Mother, Stephanie and step-father Mark Stein; dear brother of Charles J. Arconati IV and his children Peyton and Benjamin Arconati; dear brother of Sarah Arconati (Mike Milbourn) and their son Robert Milbourn; dear brother of Abbigail Arconati and step-brother of Jessica Stein; dear grandson of “Nana” Jerry and the late “Papa” Steve Tandrup; nephew to Corie (nee Tandrup) and Tom Wiltshire and cousin to Stevie; great-grandson of Geri Boatright and Rose Tandrup and the late William “Cookie” Tandrup; great nephew to Les and Mary Ann Boatright; nephew to Lori Mewes; cousin to Lindsey, Travis and Sarah; Amanda Brown Mother of Julian and an endless circle of friends;
Nicholas was a loving and devoted Father to Julian and a loving son, brother, grandson and friend to so many. He was kind, gentle, creative and always willing to lend a hand to those in need. He loved the Arts, whether playing his guitar or bonding with friends listening to music. Photography, cinema and painting were also his passions. He thrived outdoors. Nicholas was a man of integrity, courage and strength. He was a shoulder to cry on, a listening ear and lit up every room with his sense of humor and smile.
Nicholas graduated from Pattonville High School, Class of 2008. He was working as an apprentice with Glaziers Union Local 513.
Visitation Friday, March 29, 4:00-8:00 P.M. at Collier’s Funeral Home 3400 N. Lindbergh Blvd. St. Ann, Mo. 63074. Services Saturday, March 30, 10:00 A.M. at Collier’s Funeral Home.
It’s that time again for the Arconati Family Reunion! We will be at Wapelhorst Park in St. Charles. We will be at Pavilion #1. The shelter has electric and is lighted. Tables seat 10-12 people and pedestal grills are located outside each shelter if you wish to grill your lunch. There is a new updated playground beside the pavilion and restroom facilities are directly behind it.
Also available in the park are ball diamonds, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts and a brand new aquatic center. Pricing for the aquatic center are: $7.50 for children 3-11, and $8.50 for adults 12 and up.
Bring picnic lunch for your family, lawn chairs if you prefer them to picnic benches, lawn games to play.
Please feel free to forward to others you may have email addresses for, as we don’t have them for everyone. Thank you!!
There will be a family reunion in St. Louis this summer and you are invited! There are no concrete details to announce yet, but watch this spot for more information as soon as it’s available.
At the beginning of the year, I promised more birthday announcements. But it feels sort of silly to lead that off with my own birthday, especially in February. If your birthday was in January or earlier in February, let me know and I’ll get you set up with a post and a schedule for next year.
Anyhow, Happy Birthday to me! It’s been a pretty good year so far and planning many more days like today.
Lotsa love, Jim