THE OLD COUNTRY
THE EARLY YEARS
THE FAMILY BUSINESS
EDUCATION AND SOCIAL
Printing April 27th, 1979
First I would like to thank Don MacGillivary for planting the idea of a
family history into my head, also for his guidance, information, and
interest in my research.
importantly, however, I wish to thank Dorothy Nalepa, Joe Melnick, Sonia
Banfield, Ann Martinello, Paul Melnick, and my parents, Peter and Mary
Melnick, for their help, cooperation, fine memory and interest in this
I would also
like to thank Don MacLeod Personnel Officer, at the Sydney Steel Plant, for
his cooperation and assistance. Also, I would like to thank Fr. Edward
Yarema for his assistance and my sister, Darlene, for typing this report.
Finally, I would like to thank God for keeping
the memories of my family members alive.
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