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William A.
LaBate

Bill LaBate, 4th Grade, 1978
1978

Wild Bill
1986

 
Location: Email:
Reading, PA Unknown
 
Wife: Unknown
Children: Unknown
Occupation: Unknown
 
Yearbook
Future Career:
In our senior yearbook, Bill listed "Business" as his planned future career path.
 
Senior Memories (Copied directly from the Senior Yearbook):
Sean, where's the car? ... The 'nad ... Me and John getting lost at French Creek ... Vermont skiing ... Petty ... Duran ... Halen ... Huey ... Springsteen ... Hooters ... Live Aid ... Thanks for everything Mom and Dad.
 
Chris Mal Notes:
Bill was famous for driving his blue station wagon (which was affectionately called "The Nad") like a maniac.  I experienced this first hand when we used to go to lunch at McDonald's together nearly every day in 10th grade (with Jim Quirk and Sean Gimeno).  I remember Bill driving about 70 MPH down side streets, going up onto the pavement to get around double-parked cards.  It's almost amazing that he never totaled that thing.  I'm pretty sure his driving was wear he got the nick-name "Wild Bill."
 

1984 JV
Soccer Team

1984 JV Soccer team featuring...a lot of bad haircuts.
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If Bill was a professional racer, he'd be on the NADCAR circuit.  Get it?
Bill LaBate,
trying to write
with the wrong
end of the pencil
1984
HOLY CRAP!  Look at that guy next to Bill.  What was he?  7 feet tall?!
Bill and some
random freakishly
huge 10th grader,
1984
Bill LaBate drove a car named "The 'Nad" - it was a machine.
Bill LaBate and
J-Pa with a
caterpillar on his lip
1984
 

Will Bill LaBate, 5th Grade, 1979
Middle School: 1979
5th Grade Class Picture

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ALMOST got into an accident
while driving "The Nad"
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