Mary (Gulli) Traffas died on Holy Saturday, April 20, 2019, in Pratt, Kansas early Saturday morning. There was a full Pink Easter Moon, a symbol of rebirth, to light her way. She was born to Gertrude and Joseph Gulli on April 18, 1922. With her eight siblings, she grew up in Washington D.C., the political… Continue reading Mary Traffas
Today, Michael bought me flowers. I wasn’t sure why at first. Why should he remember this day? I hadn’t brought it up and he didn’t known me back then. But they were there, sitting on my dresser with a happy sticky note. A gentle reflection, kinder than the litany of memories refusing to cease fire… Continue reading Flowers
Brian Traffas, 59, died June 4, 2012, at Medicine Lodge Memorial Hospital, Medicine Lodge, Kan. He was born Feb. 24, 1953, in Medicine Lodge, the son of Vincent and Mary (Gulli) Traffas. A lifetime resident of Sharon, Kan., he was a farmer. He was a member of St. Boniface Catholic Church, Sharon, Kan. On May 22, 1976, he married… Continue reading Brian Traffas
Sister M. Vincetta Traffas Jan. 7, 1920 – Dec. 8, 2010 MISHAWAKA – Sister M. Vincetta Traffas, OSF, 90, of the Sisters of St. Francis passed away Wednesday in Our Lady of Angels Convent. She is survived by two sisters, Agnes Eck and Anne Bohrer, both of Kansas. She was preceded in death by eight… Continue reading Sad news
Purple Wave had its grand opening in Manhattan on Tuesday. There was a special guest. Pictured here is Aaron Traffas, Diane Poe and Willie the Wildcat.
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This article about Kade Traffas caught my attention.
I finally found a few minutes to install Gallery and throw up some pictures. I have the Marcotte reunion pictures so far and will be posting more, including Diane’s, Megan’s and my trip to San Diego in July, soon. www.traffas.net/g