Guest: Jim Shiz
Submitted on: Dec 26, 2001 at 21:43 [EST]
Comments: Just testing the new guestbook. I hope you all take the time to leave a note.
Guest: JoeKrazy
Submitted on: Jan 5, 2002 at 12:00 [EST]
Comments: I like the Kronicles! I have to update the "Times" someday. Looks like your pictures are as out of date as mine :) ttyl8r!
Guest: Audrey
Submitted on: Jan 11, 2002 at 16:39 [EST]
Comments: hugs and kisses from your favorite cousin and niece
Guest: Grubby
Submitted on: Jan 17, 2002 at 01:14 [EST]
Comments: hey whats up i want to cut my knee open!
Guest: Wendy (Kirsch) Krzyzanowski
Submitted on: Jan 17, 2002 at 20:37 [EST]
Comments: You are a bunch of weirdo's...Love ya...Wife and Friend
Guest: Chris Szeluga
Submitted on: Jan 30, 2002 at 21:08 [EST]
Comments: Hi Shiz & Wendy. Glad to hear you two & family are doing good. I have somebody new working with me, John Boogs. If you have some of the guys e-mail addresses from Frank's Grill, could you send them to me? Thanks. Take care. Chris Szeluga
Guest: Eddie V
Submitted on: Mar 8, 2002 at 20:06 [EST]
Comments: Shiz, I give you a lot of credit for putting togehter a web page. It's obvious you never forget about family and friends.
Guest: Buttons
Submitted on: Apr 6, 2002 at 00:06 [EST]
Comments: Nice site...looks like alot of time has been spent updating and adding new things...good job!
Guest: Karl Boyd
Submitted on: Apr 25, 2002 at 19:26 [EST]
Comments: Good to "meet" you and your family Jim - Nice Pics!
Guest: Jim Shiz
Submitted on: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 9:06:25 PM
Comments: This is a test of the new guest book for jim.
Guest: Jim Shiz
Submitted on: Wednesday, May 29, 2002 11:43:57 PM
Comments: And here's an entry just to see what two entries look like.
Guest: Al Mruk
Submitted on: Thursday, June 06, 2002 7:36:47 AM
Comments: Excellent job on the web site Shiz... The photos take me back a few and bring back some memories. Cheers, Al
Guest: Renee
Submitted on: Friday, June 14, 2002 8:12:18 AM
Comments: Hello Everyone hope all is well. Everything pretty much the same with me work and work i am getting remarried nov 2nd- just thought i would let you know here is my new home phone in case you dont have it XXX-XXXX-take care i am working the losson park day of course
Guest: Roxie
Submitted on: Monday, July 08, 2002 12:23:51 PM
Comments: I heartily agree with you Jim, I returned to Buffalo/Niagara Falls after 12 years in Florida Bye for now, Roxie
Guest: buttons - fake by Kevin Haberly
Submitted on: Thursday, July 11, 2002 2:45:11 PM
Comments: i just want to push as may buttons as i can
Guest: c-man - fake by Kevin Haberly
Submitted on: Thursday, July 11, 2002 2:46:08 PM
Comments: i am the c-man of block and forman and dont u forget it
Guest: gm
Submitted on: Friday, July 19, 2002 10:04:44 PM
Comments: wanted to see what was written by "me:
Guest: fake by Gary Myszka
Submitted on: Friday, July 19, 2002 10:59:36 PM
Comments: Does anybody know what happened to all the furniture that was on my porch?
Guest: Grubby - fake by Gary Myszka
Submitted on: Friday, July 19, 2002 11:00:22 PM
Comments: Does anybody know what happened to all the furniture that was on my porch?
Guest: Joey
Submitted on: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 12:24:08 PM
Comments: Living in California, Ventura county. Married 14 yrs, 2 children (boy & Girl). Selling real-estate. Visit Buffalo every few yrs. When in town I contact the Velez boy's. Take care, Joe
Guest: Joe D'Amico
Submitted on: Tuesday, July 23, 2002 1:53:21 PM
Comments: Jim, I can not even fathom the thought that somebody could remember our bowling days. I know we were always in contention for the top spot. And your recolection of the tournament seems to be right on.
Guest: Cousin Viv
Submitted on: Sunday, August 04, 2002 9:15:55 AM
Comments: Hey Jimmy, your family is really beautiful. Do you have any photos of Auntie Alice Mazur, Auntie Vicky?
Guest: Bob
Submitted on: Tuesday, August 20, 2002 12:43:10 PM
Comments: I am from Buffalo also. I relocated to South Carolina about 8 years ago. I miss it tremendously. Cant wait to get back!!!!
Guest: Robin
Submitted on: Friday, September 13, 2002 8:52:31 PM
Comments: I can't wait for the Alleghany trip! Shiz do you know how to start a fire without propane? HA HA
Guest: Steve
Submitted on: Sunday, September 15, 2002 2:47:51 PM
Comments: Jim, I like te new calendar you put on this web page. Do you have a hit counter to know how many people are visiting this site?
Guest: fake by Kevin Haberly
Submitted on: Thursday, October 03, 2002 8:55:27 PM
Comments: i luv u man
Guest: fake by Kevin Haberly
Submitted on: Thursday, October 03, 2002 9:02:32 PM
Comments: wheres my new bike? why you break my brothers tailbone? why you knock down lynnie? why you put firecrackers down my brothers back? why you bother my parents? why you steal from wallaces? why you take whiskey bottles?
Guest: Jack Norris
Submitted on: Sunday, October 06, 2002 12:06:23 PM
Comments: Lived in Bflo 55-90. Enjoyed all but Flutie comments. I know a higher-up at 1 Bills Dr. Wade Philips had team vote on FlutieV.Johnson Fwas divisive
Guest: Steve
Submitted on: Saturday, October 12, 2002 8:28:28 AM
Comments: Jim...the clip art links need to be updated. They go to a broken link page. There is a new place for them you can redirect people to. I just pulled some new clipart over to use in the newsletter. Thanks!
Guest: The Trailblazers
Submitted on: Thursday, October 17, 2002 2:40:27 PM
Comments: Remember when we used to walk through your neighborhood and you made fun of us? Well, we have enough money to buy a nice house in your neighborhood now.
Guest: JimShiz
Submitted on: Friday, October 18, 2002 10:35:53 PM
Comments: To Joe Trailblazer - refresh my memory. I was never in a position to make fun of anyone else. As far as living in that neighborhood today, I don't think you'd want to. It's a shame.
Guest: Joe Trailblazer
Submitted on: Wednesday, October 23, 2002 3:51:29 PM
Comments: OK, so maybe you did not poke fun at us, but some of your gang did. And as far as living in the neighborhood now, we like it here and we are not going anywhere. We paid good money for our house ($2400), and it has indoor plumbing and all!
Guest: Wizard's Baseball
Submitted on: Monday, November 04, 2002 12:55:57 PM
Comments: My name is Jared Parcell and I work with the Fort Wayne Wizards Baseball Club in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are in the process of planning our fourth annual Cub Scout/Boy Scout Overnight for the 2003 season. We would like to get a contact name, address and phone number for your troop. In 2001 we had more than 800 people participate in our annual event. Last year we had one of the most successful events in the country with more than 1,700 ticket orders and 1,200 campers. Can you email the information to me? Thanks for your help. Jared
Guest: Kevin (tre)
Submitted on: Wednesday, November 13, 2002 3:46:29 PM
Comments: hey guys whats going on
Guest: Brad Krzyzanowski
Submitted on: Monday, December 09, 2002 10:46:55 AM
Comments: I was wondering if maybe we were like related or something because i have family in buffalo too, i had an auntie laura if that helps and her husband was a judge
Guest: Thad
Submitted on: Sunday, December 15, 2002 12:13:32 PM
Comments: Hey Jim and Wendy, I was just browsing through my favorites and came across your page. Looks great, although I'm not sure Buffalo is all that (like I can talk)! Take care and e-mail more often!
Guest: Tony Krzywowiaza
Submitted on: Thursday, December 19, 2002 9:51:38 PM
Comments: I loved Buffalo as a kid. I moved away in 1980 to Southern California and thought about this great city every day. Now I currently live in Oregon and go back to Buffalo once a year. The city itself has really changed from a nice community to a ghetto. The surrounding cities ie: Cheektowaga, Depew, Alden, Williamsville are still very nice cities. The things I miss about Buffalo the most are wings, pizza, loganberry, Mighty Taco, Mr. Submarine (in Canada), custard ice cream, the Bills, the Sabres, Crystal Beach, the Erie County Fair, and being only 20 minutes from the Falls. If I could move back to one of the surrounding cities, I would. Buffalo is always in my memories. One other thing that I didn't mention about Buffalo was that I did NOT miss the Catholic schools.
Guest: Mom & Dad
Submitted on: Tuesday, December 24, 2002 9:22:36 AM
Comments: Great job you guys! You're doing a terrific job. Keep up the good work. Love ya
Guest: n/a
Submitted on: Tuesday, December 24, 2002 10:20:47 AM
Comments: Nice web page, Jim. I think back to our childhoods. You were always so smart and sensible. Your Christmas letter was great, too. Merry Christmas from Lucia, Phil and family, and your Uncle John.
Guest: Chris Josef
Submitted on: Thursday, December 26, 2002 7:34:03 PM
Comments: Thanks for the Christmas letter. I enjoy getting them, since we don't see each other anymore. The 12 (?) annual Bell Christmas lunch we this afternoon. The group has gotten pretty small, but it is always great to see them. Just reading everything you do made me tired! Glad you have so much energy. Wishing you a happy new year, Chris and Clare
Guest: babs
Submitted on: Saturday, December 28, 2002 12:43:16 AM
Comments: Hey Babs - you forgot to leave a comment!!!
Guest: Donny Sobo
Submitted on: Saturday, December 28, 2002 8:23:17 PM
Comments:  Great job Jim,may God bless!
Guest: Michael
Submitted on: Thursday, January 23, 2003 10:14:40 AM
Comments: Hey little Brother, your doin a great job of makin the world a smaller and better place by keeping people in touch with each other. You have alot of nice friends and of course a Great Family. From your older, wiser and better lookin Brother: I just want to let you know that I'm proud of you.
Guest: frogman
Submitted on: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 12:34:32 PM
Comments: Jim made me...
Guest: Dave Lyons
Submitted on: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 9:59:02 AM
Comments: I loved your site!! I am Cub Scout RT Commissioner for Old Colony District in Southern NJ Council. I want to use some stuff from your site and I can credit Pack 3333 and I figured out you are somewher near Fort Wayne, IN (I am a Valpo grad and did a Senior Engr project for International Harvester in Fort Wayne in 1971) but I could not find a town listed anywhere. Could you please tell me what town you serve? Thanks Dave
Guest: Michael S. Morgan
Submitted on: Thursday, April 10, 2003 8:50:51 AM
Comments: Nice job! It is great to have one place to go for all of our Pack information.
Guest: Mel
Submitted on: Friday, May 23, 2003 10:51:19 PM
Comments: hi jim, how r u doing.
Guest: G. Host
Submitted on: Monday, May 26, 2003 4:04:58 PM
Comments: Nice website. Very clean design. Even though you have Direct TV do not forget to come back to Buffalo for a tailgate which is one thing you can not obtain via DirectTV!
Guest: Al Bowman
Submitted on: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 10:37:26 AM
Comments: Enjoyed the website for Pack 3333.
Guest: Abbey
Submitted on: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 10:47:35 AM
Comments: Great job on the new website! You guys look like you're having fun. Have a great summer! Abbey Kennedy, Registrar AWAC
Guest: Coach Bob Muscato
Submitted on: Wednesday, June 11, 2003 4:22:16 AM
Comments: Jim, I am very surprised to receive your message. You described our season pretty good and the goal post incident. When you get some time send me a picture of you when you were a senior, if possible. I want to get a clear vision of what you looked like back in '79. Twenty-four years is a long time. How did you come across my e-mail address. John Krempa works in Dunkirk at the Electric Power Plant. There are several guys I know that work with him but I haven't run into him personally. My home address is 715 Washington Ave. Dunkirk, NY 14048. I'm happy to hear from you and glad that I contributed in some way to your success in life. Best Regards, Coach Bob - ps - Say Hello to Chris Szeluga for me. Am I spelling his name correctly?
Guest: Bob Muscato
Submitted on: Saturday, June 14, 2003 3:44:23 AM
Comments: Jim, Viewed your picture and totally remember you now. I'm on the computer at 3:15 am. Last time was about 4:15 am. After I watch TV, I get on line and do this stuff when I should be sleeping. Anyway, its great to hear from someone from Turner. Actually I graduated from Mindszenty HS and coached and taught there for 20 years until it closed and I went to Turner. I was there six years.Three years I coached football at Turner and then I became an assistant coach at Buffalo State for four seasons. If you want to check out my career at Mindszenty and some pictues of me and my records, get on line with the Cardinal Mindszenty website.Log into Cardinal Mindszenty or www.mindszentymonarchmemories.yearbook on google. Also do you ever see Kris Mentkowski, we used to have some conversations back in the Turner days. Give him my regards if you ever see him. Do you go to the Bills games. I go to most of them. If you do let me know and we'll meet and talk a while. Once again, Best regards Coach Bob
Guest: Misha
Submitted on: Thursday, June 26, 2003 4:31:42 PM
Comments: My brother told me about this website, and just I thought I would see what it was all about. I has alot of wonderful info, and I enjoyed looking at the Krzyzanowski family pics. Our family is in Tucson, Az, we have 3 generations here. Grandparents moved from Rhode Island in the 40's, been here ever since.
Guest: Artur Krzyzanowski
Submitted on: Thursday, October 09, 2003 10:45:13 AM
Comments: No comment from Artur Krzyzanowski
Guest: Cathy
Submitted on: Monday, October 20, 2003 9:49:24 PM
Comments: Orig from Bflo - Now S florida Recipe for Bison chip dip - Philadelphia chive & onion cream cheese mixed with sour cream. I use about double cream cheese to sour cream. Its not Bison but its close.
Guest: rocky
Submitted on: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 2:53:06 PM
Comments: Hi Shiz, I plugged my name into google and not only found my name but your web page...i laughed out loud when i saw "the Boys" best of the memories! hope your doing well peace rocky
Guest: Jim Sittnick
Submitted on: Saturday, November 22, 2003 11:17:07 AM
Comments: I grew up in the Grider Delevan area (on Carl St) your "best man" thing...was Paul DuQuin related to Mike? Mike had 2 brothers who were deaf and attended St Mary's School for the Deaf
Guest: Rev. Jim Cunningham
Submitted on: Saturday, November 22, 2003 4:02:28 PM
Comments: National Sunday Law, though not the first, is one of the greatest books ever written exposing the Roman catholic Church for the fraud it is. As a former Catholic and seminary student, I know first hand that the info contained in that book is accurate. Now, as in the past, Rome has had no other goal than the total domination of all this religious and secular, and the Bible confirms this time and again. I'm sorry you feel the book is rubbish, but then again I suppose I'd have to take that opinion with a grain of salt when considering the other books you have read. I might suggest some of the hundreds of thousands of other books written over the past 1500 years which bear witness to the accuracy of NATIONAL SUNDAY LAW, including those of America's founding fathers and the translators of the KJV Bible.
Guest: Elaine Krzyzanowski
Submitted on: Monday, December 08, 2003 2:32:34 PM
Comments: Thot this website was really cool, nice to learn about the name
Guest: we won't go there!
Submitted on: Monday, December 29, 2003 11:01:54 AM
Comments: Glad to here all the wonderful news! Hope the rest of your holiday season is full of excitement and joy. Congrats to Wendy on her degree accomplishments! Love - b
Guest: Kevin Green
Submitted on: Thursday, February 12, 2004 10:42:14 PM
Comments: Jim, I read Bishop Turner football story, that was funny. It brought back alot of memories. Especially the story of Muscato getting hit with the goalposts and having to get stitches. That was hilarious! (I am still laughing!!!)
Guest: pik
Submitted on: Thursday, February 19, 2004 1:53:55 AM
Comments: Best regards from Stockholm, Sweden - Pawel Krzyzanowski P.S. Could You publish my web pagge address on "" web site ?
Guest: Monty
Submitted on: Monday, February 23, 2004 3:59:42 PM
Comments: Hello everyone! It was a pleasure reading your most memorable moments. I certainly remember my times at Turner. I live in Atlanta these days. I have three children Jeremy(17), Danielle(14) and Christina(11). They keep me very busy. I am getting married for the 2nd time, here name is Von. I get to Buffalo from time to time. I made the last reunion that our class had. It was great to see some of the guys again. We had a great time at the picnic, however, I wish more would have attended. My most mememoralbe moment at Turner was competing for valedictorian. I lost out to David Gross by .3 points with I beleive Kevin Ayers a close 3rd. Those competions both on a off the field, court or classroom truly have made me who I am today. I owe a great deal of my success to Turner and ALL the guys who lived with each other every day. I wish nothing but continued success to each of you and a sincere prayer to those families who men weren't able to continue to be with us. "Long Live the Trojan Men of Turner High" Monty Green (Class of 1980)
Guest: Kevin Shadle
Submitted on: Thursday, April 08, 2004 9:16:01 AM
Comments: No comment from Kevin Shadle
Submitted on: Sunday, April 11, 2004 12:55:19 PM
Guest: sissy
Submitted on: Friday, July 30, 2004 5:17:58 PM
Comments: Hello, i'm french and living in south of France. I search the ancesters of Raymond Krzyzanowski's family. Thank you very much, and excuse me for my english...
Guest: John John
Submitted on: Saturday, August 07, 2004 11:15:08 PM
Comments: Jimmy K! How long has it been? You know your Mom was the first person to call me John John and I guess it stuck in the neighborhood. I just realized you married Wendy Kirsch. I believe she may be the same Wendy Kirsch who is the neice of Mark Kirsch. I was good freind with Mark and his family when I used to hang out at Scharfs. Is she the same person. Does she still stay in touch with Mark? I would like to give you a call some time to discuss old times and new times. Do you have any problem with that? I know you gave me your number. So what's a good time to call? I wonder if there will be a Queeno much longer. The old neighborhood is not the same. That is for sure. I live in Colorado now, for the last 13 years. I can't type for shit so I'll give you a call when I hear back from you. hope all is weel out your way! John
Guest: im not telling
Submitted on: Saturday, August 21, 2004 1:53:07 PM
Comments: dude long time no talk good idea im still computer cluless
Guest: Mariusz
Submitted on: Monday, October 25, 2004 7:21:47 PM
Comments: Hallo! I am looking for history of my family. MK
Guest: Mike Myszka
Submitted on: Monday, December 27, 2004 10:58:44 AM
Comments: Jim, just wishing you and the family a Merry Xmas and hope you a great 2005. You do a great job with the site. Fun to look at guys like Monty Green signing the guest book. Talk about blasts from the past. All is still well in the Buff but it gets lonlier as we lose more people out of town like you and Wendy, Pete Krygier, Jeff Walker, Rocky, Joe D'Amico and such. Miss all of ya. Growing up together was the Best of Times. eeh eeh supper wedy!!
Guest: babs
Submitted on: Friday, December 31, 2004 4:22:13 PM
Comments: meery christmas and happy new,robin and matthew are doing great.shiz excellent web site.we were away for about 12years living in oneida,new york.i was working at mohawk corectional faclity.we are now living in lockport,ny.i transferred to wyoming c.f. in the town of attica.hope everyone that i knew in the neighborhood has a happy new year 2005.
Guest: Dunk
Submitted on: Saturday, January 08, 2005 7:19:05 PM
Comments: trying to find online ordering for buffalo foods and came across your site . i'am glad to see i'am not the only one for wny cravings -------in tn for about 12 yrs now
Guest: Mariusz
Submitted on: Thursday, February 03, 2005 6:56:44 PM
Comments: Thank you
Guest: habs
Submitted on: Monday, March 07, 2005 10:02:29 AM
Comments: hello to all hope everyone is doing well
Guest: Brian
Submitted on: Friday, April 08, 2005 4:04:37 PM
Comments: No comment from Brian Woolwine
Guest: James Pula
Submitted on: Monday, April 18, 2005 8:19:04 PM
Comments: Hello, I found your name on the Krzyzanowski family Web site. In 1978 I published a biography of Gen. Wladimir Krzyzanowski. I am currently updating it for republication. I am wondering if you are related to the general, and if so whether you may have any information on him or his family genealogy that you could share. Regards,
Guest: Sissy - Kim (Pfeifer) Szczepaniak
Submitted on: Sunday, April 24, 2005 1:10:36 PM
Comments: I just wanted to say hello and send a hug your way. Love you, Sissy and family
Guest: rovey
Submitted on: Friday, June 24, 2005 12:43:20 PM
Comments: Hey Jim how goes it heading back for any Bills games this year? Have you heard from anyone from the CIS class of '84?
Guest: Larry Corbin
Submitted on: Friday, August 05, 2005 10:10:48 PM
Comments: Jim This is a reminder that we will be doing a Roundtable Comm. training on August 24 7PM at the scout office. 2hrs. long will do both cubs and boys. You might want to use this to help recruit new staff or invite any staff that you might have. Hope to see you there. Larry
Guest: Justine Veit
Submitted on: Thursday, September 01, 2005 2:34:48 PM
Comments: This Kevin Haberly you talk about, where did he go to grad school, and how old is he? Thanks!
Guest: TRE
Submitted on: Sunday, September 11, 2005 3:34:05 AM
Guest: none
Submitted on: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 8:35:15 PM
Comments: Jim, Nice web page. BSA Troop 302wants to invite you to a Scout activity day Oct. 15th @ Ft.Wayne Beagle club.We will be fishing ,hiking& cooking. 9a.m.-2p.m. If interseted let me know and i'll get you the rest of the details. Thanks Tom Herber SM T-302
Guest: Lynn "Fellow Ex Buffalonian"
Submitted on: Saturday, November 05, 2005 3:40:12 PM
Comments: Jim, I actually got teary eyed when I read your accounting on Buffalo/WNY Area. No one could ever forget being brought up in Buffalo. Never did find anything to compare to Ted's Dogs or Bocce's Pizza. We have a Krzyzanowski in our family tree (Depew). Would love to hear from you.
Guest: Vicki
Submitted on: Monday, July 03, 2006 10:22:16 PM
Comments: I lived in Buffalo from 76-82. Still go "home" for the same things you mentioned. In fact, just returned 2 weeks ago.... bringing home a cooler full of Mighty Tacos, a Joe Ferguson signed football, Alethea's sponge candy, and maybe I can make it until the fall when I go see my Bills play.

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