Niagara Gazette — The newlyweds lived for a few years behind the store with her father and continued to serve the Holy Trinity Church as a couple. They later moved to their own home and Angie found employment at the Niagara Gazette where she worked for many years. Hank worked in local industry and served as an usher and worked on the building and grounds committee at Holy Trinity and Angie was active in the mother’s club and fundraising. Their two daughters attended Holy Trinity with the eldest graduating eighth grade. She later taught religious education there for a few years. The youngest finished her religious education at Lady of Lebanon when the Holy Trinity School closed in 1974. Hank has since passed away and Angie now attends Divine Mercy RC Church.
This family was not the only family who lived a good part of their life attending, serving and enjoying their neighborhood church. This is just a sample of life during these times where hard work and devotion to family and church was a major part of it.Norma Higgs serves with the Niagara Beautification Commission and Niagara Falls Block Club Council.