Melissa Johnson Passno

Profile Updated: July 9, 2019
Home address: East Moline, IL USA
Children/Grandchildren: Josh 1975, Jay 1976, Joe 1978, Justin 1980
Drew 23, Johanna 21, Angel 22, Jaime 20, Gabe 19, Tyler More…18, Lexi 14, Hannah 13, Dylan 13, Lily 12, Grace 11. Great granddaughter Violette Anne born in 2016. Have added 2 great grandsons and another one due in Sept 2019.
Yes! Attending Reunion

Retired from UnityPoint Home Care in June 2016. Went back to work part time in September at Hampton Township Clinic and at Scott County Jail. Also work as a Parish Nurse with St Johns Catholic Church in Rapids City Illinois. Volunteer with our local Cursillo group. Lots of family time and reading my Kindle. Still trying to remodel the house, it is a lot more work than I thought!!!
Lots of changes in 2019. Finally retired for good. No more part time work!!!! Trying to keep up with the grandkids and all their activities. Opening an Online store to sell handmade Afghans. Crocheting keeps me sane. Still working on remodel. Kitchen is next on my list.

Favorite memory from high school:

All the great slumber parties my mom let me have for my birthdays. They seemed to get bigger and better every year. Oh and going to 6am mass in our pajamas with Manzo and Cacari. Precious memories!!

So many memories. Cow Palace, North Campus, Basketball games, Mr Quick, French class for 4 years, and so many amazing friendships. It's simply amazing that I may not see a classmate for years and yet it just seems like yesterday when I see them again. Strong ties to high school years.

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Posted on: Jan 29, 2015 at 1:04 PM

So thankful for FaceBook!! It has let me reacquaint with people from HS that I didn't get to know very well. Better late than never, right?