Mountain Children's Home orphans reunite

Mountain Children's Home orphans reunite

There are 5 comments on the Alaska Journal of Commerce story from Jul 1, 2006, titled Mountain Children's Home orphans reunite. In it, Alaska Journal of Commerce reports that:

The Lazy Mountain Children's Home reunion late last month resembled a typical gathering with potluck food, name tags and the hum of reminiscence, but the life of those in attendance was not so typical - they ...

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bill wallner

Sitka, AK

#1 Oct 12, 2006
drop a line --wild@adnmail.com--
would like to no how the big get togeather turned out.
those were the days..was real young back then -just starting out in first grade........1958 ?
no idea if any one from back then will read this..
just happened to stumble upon this site..
always liked those big homemade cinnamon rolls..
still make them to this day..what was the name of that
big red haired cook..she was great..
later---
Marcee

Saint George, UT

#2 Jul 6, 2012
bill wallner wrote:
drop a line --wild@adnmail.com--
would like to no how the big get togeather turned out.
those were the days..was real young back then -just starting out in first grade........1958 ?
no idea if any one from back then will read this..
just happened to stumble upon this site..
always liked those big homemade cinnamon rolls..
still make them to this day..what was the name of that
big red haired cook..she was great..
later---
Her name was Aunt June - June Radcliff, she took care of me and my little sister for awhile.
She later went on to cook at a Bible College up by Victory Bible Camp - I think It was Victory Bible College.
Marcee

Saint George, UT

#3 Jul 6, 2012
Her name was Aunt June - June Radcliff, she took care of me and my little sister for awhile.
She later went on to cook at a Bible College up by Victory Bible Camp - I think It was Victory Bible College.
bill wallner

Anchorage, AK

#4 May 26, 2015
Marcee wrote:
Her name was Aunt June - June Radcliff, she took care of me and my little sister for awhile.
She later went on to cook at a Bible College up by Victory Bible Camp - I think It was Victory Bible College.
thanks for the reply MARCEE...sorry for the slow reply.. what years were you their ?
aunt june---she was great !!
Judy Holland

Bakersfield, CA

#6 Aug 9, 2015
bill wallner wrote:
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thanks for the reply MARCEE...sorry for the slow reply.. what years were you their ?
aunt june---she was great !!
My mother was at the El Nathan Children's Home, possibly the Lazy Mountain Children's home after the El Nathan burned down. She was Freda Chernoff, with twin Sue Chernoff, Brothers Willie and George. She was there in the 40's and lived in foster homes before that. She was born in 1927. She tried to find out about surviving relatives and what happened to her family, but this was before the internet and she lived in the lower 48. She passed away 1992. Just happened across this site. It's a shot in the dark, but do you remember a Freda there?

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