Jack Flenor (Class Of 1970) (Flenor)
I would like to thank you ladies for the nice comment on my little brother. His life was cut short and did not have enough time to make as many friends as we have. I am sure the ones he did make with were true friends and he was very pleased with all of you.
I miss him terribly and even as brothers and sister will fight and argue when we are young. As we grow older we learn to value each and every moment we have on this earth with all of our friends, family members and our beloved pets. Sounds silly, I know but they become family members as well.
Karen Carlson (Wilson)
Billy and I were good friends. He was a really sweet guy, and certainly did not deserve what happened to him. I am sure he is in Heaven because that's where Angels go. I remember how upset I was at school to learn of his tragic murder. I am glad that Jack was not home at the time. God Bless you Jack, and let us not forget Billy ever!
Billy and I go back to South School. We were in serveral grades togather. I always like Billy. It's so sad that his left was tragically taken like it was.
Billy Flenor was a great guy and a good friend, from South School on....his tragic passing was a shock to us all. I remember praying for God to give you, Jack, the strength to go on. We don't always understand God's plan, but we can only take solace in knowing that He watches over us and gives us peace when we are in pain. So many angels in heaven from our class of 1971. I think Billy is there to welcome each and every one of them home.
Wendy Smith (Harris)
Billy was an awesome kid. We became friends at south school. he was in several classes in high school. After I married I moved onto the street where he was murdered. Harvard... He is thought of often.
Mary Riggs (Brinson)
I too went to school with Billy, at Five Points, we had a lot of great kids there, as Billy was one.
Denise Kline (Derge)
Gary Meyer found the information of Billy's burial. Here is the link.
Billy was buried with his mother.
There is an end to suffering and the cause of suffering. There is happiness and a cause for happiness. I feel many of us felt a moment of silence in the loss of our classmate. Like Karen, I pray for his well being with Jesus in heaven and the joy he may find. God Bless you and your family Billy. Michelle Mancuso
David Deleranko visited Billy's grave while here for the 50th class reunion.