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A Storybook Year 2016/2017 Annual Report


TA BLE OF CON T EN T S

A Storybook Year Preface...................................... President’s Letter............................................................ page 1 Cast of Characters......... Graduating Class of 2017............................................... page 2 A Hero’s Tale..................... Tim Blair........................................................................ page 4 Setting....................................... Student Highlights/Co-Curriculars/Athletics................ page 6 Plot.............................................. Fall Football Story........................................................ page 10 Turning Point..................... The 90-Day Challenge.................................................. page 12 Resolution............................. List of Donors.............................................................. page 14 The Sequel........................... Wildcat Whereabouts................................................... page 20 Appendix................................ Financial Report........................................................... page 24 Epilogue................................... In Memory of Patti Means........................................... page 25


P R E FAC E

President’s Letter from Steve Schmutz

“You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view... Until you climb inside of his skin and walk around in it.”

– Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird

My favorite teacher in high school was Mr. Schneider – he was my English teacher for three of my four years at Gonzaga Prep. Of all of the works of literature we read – which included classics such as Julius Caesar, Macbeth, Catch-22, Slaughterhouse Five, Catcher in the Rye, and A Separate Peace – my favorite book was To Kill a Mockingbird. It was easy to relate to the younger figures of Jem, Scout, and Dill as they experienced neighborhood adventures, but I was drawn to the racial conflict in the story and the character of Atticus Finch. Of course we also watched the 1962 movie starring Gregory Peck – a role that defined his career and set the standard for the hero personae.

Mr. Schneider challenged us to write a character analysis for every book we read. We had the freedom to choose our subject but were required to think “outside the box” and draw from all of the works of literature from our four years in high school. How the characters responded in moments of conflict, or how they related to one another, or how they taught others lessons were often the focus of my essays. Mr. Schneider had a major influence on me as I decided to embark on a career in education. As a graduate student at Gonzaga University I went back to Prep to observe him and discuss lesson plans. Always a proponent of original ideas and unique connections, he told me his greatest

moments were when his students taught him something new about a story he had read hundreds of times. The 2016-2017 school year is a year I will always remember, as I do my favorite books, movies, and stories. The cast included our entire school community but particularly our seniors who were faced with adversity, responded with impeccable character and dignity, and achieved greatness few classes in the history of our school have accomplished. For those of us who have served a career in education, we may enter a school year thinking, “How can this year possibly be any different”? This past year taught me many things, not least of which was how a remarkable group of young men and women can be champions both on and off the playing fields and model behavior and character most adults spend a lifetime trying to achieve.

“The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.”

– Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild

It was in the unscripted moments, those we didn’t foresee, where our year was historic. It was the moment when our community came together and vowed to raise $1 million dollars in 90 days to finish the St. Thomas Chapel – the same day our football team finished a historic season with a 2A State Championship Title. I know I speak for dozens of people when I say December 3rd , 2016 will be a day I will never forget.

The Class of 2017 will be remembered for a multitude of achievements in athletics, but their greatest statistic will be the incredible number of scholarship offers they collectively received from colleges and universities – over $17 million. When we came together to celebrate our graduates at Baccalaureate and Graduation I have never witnessed a more well behaved group of students. They applauded one another and embraced the moment with behavior worthy of their scholarship. It was a fitting end to a class that will forever be remembered for overcoming adversity and for their kindness and compassion. The 2016-17 school year told a remarkable story – one of success but also one of resilience, celebration, and faith. Resilience that we as a community could overcome a challenging fall season. Celebration as we hit a historic number of scholarship awards and faith that we would indeed finish building the St. Thomas Chapel. And just like all great stories, it wouldn’t have been a success without a tremendous cast of characters, the Class of 2017. I have no doubt these graduates will be Christlike leaders who transform the world. They have already left a legacy for future classes to emulate and aspire to reach in the years to come. As you read the pages of our 2016-17 Annual Report we invite you to be a part of the great story that came to fruition this year.

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

– Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl

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Caroline Grace Adams + * Bryan George Bader + * Hannah June Baker + Peter Henry Barnes + * Teresa Louise Barron + * Chase Bradford Barrows + Reece Bennett Bergau + * Abigail Calais Brandt + * Andrew T. Carter + Jaylon A. Carter + Ryan Thomas Claggett + * Lauren Grace Conover + Travis Srichompol Coop + Emily Susan Cooper + * Jensen Joseph Crisler + Jaime Nicole Cymbaluk + Talia Faith Ming Xing Daigle + * Daniel John Damitio + * Alisa Das + * Robert Douglas Grimm de Mello e Souza + * Lucas Edward Dini + * William Louis Doud + Joseph Patrick Doyle + Bennett James Duffy + Sean Ross Dunaway Jesus Antonio Echevarria Jr. Gabrielle Louise Wagner Flake + * Lola Lauraine Forde + Gavin Michael Gaule Peter Thomas Gawecki + * Grady Keith Graham + Robert Bruce Graham Jr. Anfernee Wanya Gurley Lisa Michelle Gyuro + * Joshua Michael Hagen + Aleksandr John Tore Hansen Benjamin Patrick Harasek + Samantha Kay Hayward + * Ryan William Henderson + *

CA S T OF CH A R AC T ER S

The 2017 Graduating Class Alaina Katherine Hines + * Kaylah Rose Hogle + * Rachel Elizabeth Horning + * Grace Elizabeth Howell + * Peter Finnegan Humphrey + Reagan Justice Hupp + * Connor Paul Johnson Trevor S. Johnston + * Matilda Christine Joseph Teresa Marie Keck + * Elizabeth Anne Knowles + Katelyn Rose Koss Regan Ann Krueger + * Makenna Marie Kunz + * Charmaine Jade Lacanilao + * Kristen Rose Larrick + * Olivia Peshkur Lawson + * Justin James Lewandowski + Xinyu Li +

Brittany Ligman + * Hillary Marie Longoria + Mitchell Austin Lovell + Abraham Othello Lucas Jacob Thomas Lucas + * Joshua Davis Madison + * Nhien Da Mai Joshua James Masters + * Elizabeth Ann Mayans + * Caleb Evan McAuslan + Jack McClincy + Anthony Mikhail + * Mason William Milkey + * Collin Montez Chloe B. Morrison Trenton David Mosier Katherine Ann-Marie Mozingo + * Keara Nicole Mulvaney + * Sarah Marie Murphy + *

Daniel Finn Murray Alayna Rose Newland + * Bradley Everett Newman + * Connor Joseph O’Brien + Emma McBride Olson + * Matthew Michael Pabisz + * Feng Peng + * Maria Cayetana Perez-Ramirez + Noelle Marie Phillips + Tanner Austin Ptacek + * Riley Allen Quinton Esteban Quiyono Wong + Johnathan Paar Reed + * Christoper Anthony Reynaud + Diego M. Rios Yutanee Quinlan Ryan + * Parker Clayton Sand + * Camille Kristina Sanford + * Paul Joseph Schireman + *

Alexa Michelle Schmidt + Matthew Quinn Schrader + Matthew Christopher Schwartz + Trevor John Schwarz + * Chih-hao Shih Natalie Marie Sizelove + * Hayden Graham Smith Jordan Kiichi Smith + Jacob Donald Snider + * John Ephraim Sommer + * Chloe Sonne + * Hannah-Rae Naretta Soriano-Noceda Kailee Medina Sproul Justin Bernard Statile + * Dillon Steigenga + * Mary Leeanne Strothman + Shota David Takei + * Maverick Brent Thompson + * Noah Joseph Tran + * Makenzie L. Treece + Carson T. Truong + * Michael Cam-Ly Truong + * Jessica van Hollebeke + Emily Jayne van Leeuwen Sarah Elizabeth Votava + Maxwell Brendan Walsh Sean Patrick Walsh + Keaton Michael Weyers + * Payton Michelle White + Chase Michael Whittaker + * Madison Marie Williams + * Matthew Michael Williams + * Dirk James Wilson + Joshua Leon Wilson Jackson Riley Yost + Xiaowei Zhang + * Yiwen Zhao + Cynthia Zheng + * Katherine Zwiefel +


Members of the class of 2017 have been accepted to the following colleges and universities: Washington Bellevue College Central Washington University DigiPen Institute of Technology Eastern Washington University Edmonds Community College Everett Community College Gonzaga University Pacific Lutheran University Saint Martin’s University Seattle Pacific University Seattle University Shoreline Community College The Evergreen State College University of Puget Sound University of Washington University of Washington, Bothell University of Washington, Tacoma Washington State University Wenatchee Valley College Western Washington University Whitman College Whitworth University

Oregon Concordia University Eastern Oregon University George Fox University Lewis & Clark College Linfield College Oregon State University Pacific University Southern Oregon University Southwestern Oregon Community College University of Oregon University of Portland Willamette University California Azusa Pacific University California Baptist University California Lutheran University California Polytechnic State University California State University Maritime Academy Chapman University Concordia University Humboldt State University Loyola Marymount University Mills College Mount Saint Mary’s University Notre Dame de Namur University Pepperdine University Point Loma Nazarene University Saint Mary’s College of California San Diego State University Santa Clara University University of California, Berkeley University of California, Davis California University of California, Irvine University of California, Los Angeles University of California, Merced University of California, Riverside University of California, San Diego University of California, Santa Barbara University of Redlands University of San Diego University of San Francisco University of Southern California University of the Pacific

West Arizona State University (AZ) Boise State University (ID) Brigham Young University (ID) Brigham Young University (UT) Carroll College (MT) Colorado Mesa University (CO) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (AZ) Hawaii Pacific University (HI) Idaho State University (ID) Montana State University (MT) Northern Arizona University (AZ) Northwest Nazarene University (ID) United States Air Force Academy (CO) University of Arizona (AZ) University of Colorado, Boulder (CO) University of Denver (CO) University of Hawaii at Hilo (HI) University of Hawaii at Manoa (HI) University of Idaho (ID) University of Montana (MT) University of Nevada, Reno (NV) University of Utah (UT) University of Wyoming (WY) Midwest Benedictine College (KS) Butler University (IN) Clarkson College (NE) Creighton University (NE) DePaul University (IL) Franciscan University of Steubenville (OH) Indiana University (IN) Loyola University Chicago (IL) Miami University (OH) Northwestern University (IL) Ohio State University (OH) Oklahoma State University (OK) Purdue University (IN) St. Catherine University (MN) St. Mary’s University (MN) University of Chicago (IL) University of Kansas (KS) University of North Dakota (ND) University of Wisconsin, Madison (WI) University of St. Thomas (MN) Valparaiso University (IN) Xavier University (OH)

The King’s College (NY) University of Massachusetts (MA) Villanova University (PA) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VA)

East Bentley University (MA) Borough of Manhattan Community College (NY) Boston University (MA) Brooklyn College, City University of New York (NY) Bryn Mawr College (PA) Catholic University of America (DC) Cedar Crest College (PA) Christopher Newport University (VA) Cornell University (NY) Columbia University (NY) Bard College (NY) Dartmouth College (NH) Fordham University (NY) Hofstra University (NY) Middlebury College (VT) Mount Aloysius College (PA) Pennsylvania State University (PA) Providence College (RI) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY) Rutgers University (NJ) Seton Hall University (NJ) Skidmore College (NY) Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ) Stony Brook University (NY)

South Baylor University (TX) Belmont Abbey College (NC) Embry-Riddle Aeronautical Institute (FL) Florida State University (FL) Georgia Institute of Technology (GA) St. Edwards University (TX) Texas A&M University (TX) Texas Christian University (TX) University of Alabama (AL) University of Miami (FL) University of North Texas (TX) University of Texas, Austin (TX) University of Texas, Tyler (TX) West Texas University (TX) International Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain University of British Columbia University of Melbourne University of Toronto

$17.2 million in scholarship offers was awarded to the Class of 2017. 3


Tim Blair

was more than an amazing counselor to the students of AMHS – he was a loving, caring, and compassionate friend to everyone who came in contact with him. Tim arrived at Holy Cross High School in 1998 following a career in education as a teacher at St. Paul school in Yakima and as a teacher and principal at Holy Rosary School in Edmonds. Tim moved from the classroom into the counseling office at AMHS in 2002 and for the next fifteen years he helped students navigate the challenges of high school and matriculate to college. For many of our families, Tim was the go-to person. For our adult community, Tim brightened the day with his genuine kindness and friendly manner. Tim and his wife Rena blessed AMHS with their attendance at countless events over the years – always in support of his beloved students. His son, John Paul, graduated from AMHS in 2007 and was a member of the 2004 state champion AMHS baseball team, which Tim helped coach. As the head of the counseling department, Tim established a college counseling program that propelled AMHS students to the finest colleges and universities in the US and around the world. Tim was proud to announce our students who were selected to enroll at military academies at our senior awards ceremony. The son of a WWII veteran, Tim helped organize Veteran’s Day assemblies and advocated for our band to perform the national anthem at all events. Tim has blessed AMHS and the greater community with his presence for nearly two decades and will be greatly missed.

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A H ERO’ S TA LE

Tim Blair

1976 April 17, 1953 Tim Blair is born in Coeur d’ Alene Idaho to Olive and EJ Blair.

1958 The Blairs move to Walla Walla, and Tim attends St. Patrick’s school.

Tim graduates from Eastern Washington University. Following graduation, he enrolls back at EWU to get his teaching credentials.

October 26, 1977 at 6pm Tim sees Rena in the cafeteria at Eastern Washington University. He knew he was going to figure out a way to meet her.

July 11, 1981 Tim and Rena wed at Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral.

1986 – 1998

Today

The Blair family moves to Edmonds and Tim begins teaching at Holy Rosary school. Their son John Paul is born.

Tim and his wife Rena will be moving to Walla Walla and living in the house he grew up in. This summer Tim and Rena will celebrate their 36th wedding anniversary.

1977 – 1980 1967 – 1971 Tim graduates from St. Patrick’s and DeSales High School. After graduation he attends EWU, his first degree was in psychology. A number of people told him that he should consider education.

Tim works for the Seahawks. During that time he also completed his degree in education. While working at the Seahawks he was offered a full time position. However he turned it down to pursue his passion for education. He knew it was going to be more fulfilling, and he never looked back.

1980 At midnight on New Years Eve, Tim proposes to Rena on the steps of Our Lady of Lourdes Cathedral in Spokane.

1981-1986 While living in Yakima, daughters Jenny and Michelle are born. He teaches remedial math and reading for K-6th graders.

1998 Former Principal Kris Smith hires Tim at Holy Cross High School, where Tim coaches Boys Baseball. As the school transitions to the new campus in 1999, Tim continues to teach PE and Health. With a push from Terry Ennis, Tim becomes a counselor in 2002-2003.

2005 Tim graduates with a Masters degree from University of Southern Mississippi.

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THE SET TING

2016/2017 Highlights

Volleyball: Third in State, League & District Champions Natalie Hayward named Cascade Conference MVP

Football: 2016 2A State Champions Ryan Henderson named Cascade Conference Special Teams Player of the Year

Girls Soccer: Third in State Baseball: 2017 League Co-Champions

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Talia Daigle named Cascade Conference Offensive Player of the Year


THE SET TING

2016/2017 Highlights

Girls Basketball: League & District Champions Emily Rodabaugh named Cascade Conference MVP

Boys Soccer: 2017 2A State Champions – third year in a row! League & District Champions Cross Country:

Josh Rauvola finished second at State

Matt Williams, Diego Rios, Coach Mike Bartley named to Star Times All-Area Matt Williams named Cascade Conference Offensive MVP and Gatorade Player of the Year Diego Rios named Cascade Conference Defensive MVP Coach Mike Bartley named Cascade Conference Coach of the Year

Track:

Girls 4x100 relay finished 6th at State Boys 4x100 relay finished 5th at State

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THE SET TING

2016/2017 Highlights Knowledge Bowl: finished in third place in the Northwest District 2A Knowledge Bowl.

Hi-Q: finished in 4th place Lost in semi-finals to Monroe

DECA: 8 students sent to internationals. Jacob Lucas and Daniel Damitio finish third in the world.

Robotics: finished 2nd and 8th in their first two competitions.

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Mock Trial: Snohomish County District Champions; fourth place in State District Championship; 11th place out of 22 teams at Empire Invitational in San Francisco, 30 students competed on two teams (Varsity and JV). Hannah Lukomski finished 8th Best Attorney at Empire Invitational.

National Merit Finalist Trevor Johnston


THE SET TING

2016/2017 Highlights

Service Learning Trip: Over a dozen students traveled to Antiqua, Guatemala

Spring Musical: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

National Honor Society Inducts 58 new members

A group of students traveled to Spain for a World Languages Trip

Brings total membership to 104

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THE PLOT

The Team No One Wants to Play

The fall of 2016 is one many will never forget. The school year began normally, with the excitement of an excellent football season to come. However, weeks into the season few would have anticipated what was about to happen. Senior Abe Lucas tells us his story.

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THE PLOT

“After losing to Tumwater High School in the

semifinals my junior year, our team decided that next year there would be no way we would be stopped on the field. Our goal for our senior year was simple: win the first 2A football state title this school has ever seen. After a summer of hard work and dedication, and a dominating opening season victory against Issaquah high school, it looked like we were well on our way to achieving our goals. That’s when everything fell apart, or at least we thought.”

As the Wildcat football team was seen as a powerhouse of exceptional athletes, teams in the Cascade Conference began forfeiting their games against AMHS citing “NFL sized talent, “competitive imbalance,” and more. The forfeit numbers began to grow, and so did the media coverage. Overnight, AMHS became a national and international story labeled ‘The Team No One Wants to Play.’ “Just three games into the season it looked like our senior season was over. Five schools had decided it would be better for them to sit out rather than to play us. Our team (as well

as our cheer squad, Wildcat Band, fans, and the rest of the student body) were devastated, especially the seniors when we realized our final season of high school football would be cut drastically short. We realized that in life you have to deal with adversity and overcome it. Ultimately in the end it served us well, and I believe because of this experience it is continuing to serve us well. Our head coach Jerry Jensen and the rest of our coaching staff were just as devastated and upset as we were. But we couldn’t let this stop us. Our team came together and decided we had to take the high road in light of this challenging situation.” Coaches and players were trading in their practice time for interviews and their Friday night under the lights for movie nights in the quad – anything to keep school spirit alive. Even the AMHS Alumni community stepped forward and offered to play an alumni flag football game – so the students could still have a Homecoming. Finally the Wildcat football team caught a break. Eight weeks into the season – and four forfeits later – Olympic High School committed to playing at Terry Ennis Stadium. It was just what the team, the fans and the community needed. “When Olympic high school announced that they weren't going to forfeit their game against us, I cannot express how thankful I was amid the mess. When Coach Jensen walked into the locker room and told us about Olympic, the room erupted. It was so powerful to see a school and a group of players who were willing to follow through with the commitment that they made. After weeks of practice with no games, we couldn’t wait to get back on the field. By putting my trust in God, he helped me power through a tough situation and it resulted in a great reward.” The story has a happy ending. On December 3rd, 2016 in front of a packed crowd at the Tacoma Dome, AMHS handily defeated Liberty High School with a score of 56-14. It was the storybook ending to an unprecedented, undefeated, and unbelievable season.

“I’ve grown up Catholic and was raised a strong believer in God and the faith. I took a lot away from the situation, but the biggest thing I really learned is that God is truly always on my side and he will help me and those around me get through tough situations of adversity. Our team during this time learned a valuable life lesson: not everything will go your way in your life. It was an incredible learning opportunity that will serve us well in our future.” Abe Lucas is headed to Washington State University to play football. While he has many exciting opportunities ahead, the fall of 2016 is a memory he will never forget.

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FAITH FUTURE A N D

THE CAMPAIGN FOR AMHS

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THE TURNING POINT

The 90-Day Challenge On December 3, 2016, our community joined in

celebration as our football team wrote the end of their story, a perfect 14-0 season complete with a 2A state championship. That same evening, we held our annual DREAM auction to raise money for programs and facilities to provide the best Catholic, college preparatory experience for our students. The energy in the room was contagious on the heels of the state championship, but something exciting happened that was not in our plans for the evening: Midway through the auction, the Cymbaluk family, who had already given generously to

the chapel campaign, asked to speak to the room. Marshall and Jeff Cymbaluk took to the stage along with Tom and Shawn Hoban (who serve as co-chairs of the Faith and Future Campaign). Marshall Cymbaluk challenged our community by agreeing to match 50% of the remaining costs to build the chapel, provided we raise the other half within 90 days. What happened next was one of those moments in life that we will remember forever. Inspired by the challenge, a family in our community – who have already given generously to the chapel fundraising effort – donated another $25,000. Sensing

the moment, the auctioneer invited others to donate. As bid cards went up, the room erupted. Over the next twenty minutes, the room raised $100,000. Our community rose to this immense 90 day challenge and raised over $500,000 from December 3, 2016 to March 3, 2017. This funding, along with the match from the Cymbaluk family, fulfilled the funding needed to complete the St. Thomas Chapel and bell tower.

531 DONORS 226 donors contributed during the 90-Day Challenge, of which 131 were new donors.

$631,538

Amount raised during the 90-Day Challenge

$500,000

Challenge match from Marshall and Kathy Cymbaluk.

$5,914,720 Total raised in gifts and pledges as of April 30, 2017 for the Faith and Future Campaign.

= $10,000

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R ESOLU TION

Thank You to Our Donors Historic Cumulative Giving $1,000,000+ Anonymous Carla and Jack+ Heath Bart+ and Carolyn Murphy

$500,000 to $999,999 Jeffrey and Jodie Cymbaluk Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk The Norcliffe Foundation

$250,000 to $499,999 Anonymous The Archdiocese of Seattle The Boeing Company Cambridge Institute Lon and Joan Carlson The Estate of Don and Millie DeMers The Elizabeth A. Lynn Foundation The Frost and Margaret Snyder Foundation Fulcrum Foundation Brian Hilgendorf Terry and Susan Lucas James and JoAnn Mulligan

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$100,000 to $249,000 Mark Anderson and Lisa Gianelli Anonymous EL Wiegand Foundation Bertha Feaster Shawn and Kathleen Hoban Mark and Carolyne Howley Clara McNaughton Mark and Marna McNaughton Microsoft Matching Gift Program Patterson Buchanan Fobes & Leitch, Inc. John and Katherine Robinett St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, Bothell St. Mary Magdalen Church, Everett William and Patricia Terhar

$50,000 to $99,999 Winnifred Downey Britt and Linda Fletcher Jeffrey and Tracy Green Cary and Maureen Halpin Rick and Christi Heath Richard and Mary Henderson Thomas and Margaret Hoban Holy Rosary Church, Edmonds Immaculate Conception Church, Everett Knights of Columbus Everett Council #763 Gene Lynn Jeffrey and Lisa Lynn Dennis and Mary+ Maher Joseph Marquart David and Natale Marshbank Duane and Mary Schireman Preston and Jill Simmons St. Thomas More Church, Lynnwood

$25,000 to $49,999 Monti and Maryanne Ackerman Ray and Ann Adams AMHS Athletic Booster Club Anonymous BCH Investments Agnes Bertoldi Albert Smith and Kristine Brynildsen-Smith Frank and Marjorie Bueler Donald and Marla Carter Coast Real Estate Advisors, LLC Richard Cooper and Robin Hilton Craig and Amy Corkery Nicholas de Chadenedes and Gail Wellenstein Earthscapes NW, Inc. Mike+ and Cecile+ Eberle Adolf Eitner Sandra Good Ed and Stephanie Haynes William and Patricia Jack Ernest and Debra Kawamoto Lee Family Charitable Lead Annuity Trust Jeanne Marie Lee William and Anna Lucas Mike and Julia McDonnell

Michael and Karla McGuire Timothy and Judith McNamara William and Mary Mozingo Anne Nelskog Michael O’Kelley and Tyra Malmborg-O’Kelley David and Hope Pettinger Martin and Mary Pointon Martin and Laureen Robinett Rubatino Refuse Removal, Inc. Patrick and Denise Ryan Terry and Roberta Ryan Idamae Schack Walter and Melissa Selden John and Shirley Serwold Robert and Doree Shandera Herbert Sprute St. John Church - Mukilteo St. Pius X Church, Mountlake Terrace Ellen Stormo Joseph and Michele Suchan Daniel and Mary Thacker Tulalip Tribes Quil Ceda Village Verizon Foundation John Wirth Peter and Ruth Wolff


2016/2017 Contributors $100,000

$5,000+

Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk ^ Patterson Buchanan Fobes & Leitch, Inc.

James and Amy Alberts + Axis Roof & Gutter, Inc. + Andrew and Jen Bowman ’00 Richard Cooper and Robin Hilton + Patrick and Helen Damitio + Eric and Heather Emans + Gregory and Alicia Erickson + Gaffney Construction, Inc. Steven and Michelle Galvagno + Richard and Mary Henderson ^* Thomas and Maureen Hoban +* John and Katherine Janicki Jerry and Marcelle Jensen ∞ Mary Jensen ^ Kirkwood Real Estate and Jen Bowman Robert and Dianne Klem Steven and Mary Knox +∞ Mark and Kimberly Kramer + Jason and Kerrie Mayans+ Sean and Tracy McCarron+ Microsoft Matching Gift Program# Patrick and Nicole Mulvaney+ Daniel and Mary Murray+ Robert and Tracy Myers+ John and Bridget Rauvola+ Kevin and Carolyn Reid+ David Robinett+ Kevin and Marjorie Schmidt+ Donald and Anne Schmutz^ Preston and Jill Simmons+ Steven Sizelove and Elizabeth Pasztor+ Daniel and Mary Thacker+* Lawrence and Kelli Thode+ Dennis and Mary Thompson+∞ Vanguard Charitable David and Kelly Votava+ Gary and Carolyn Weikel ^

$50,000 Anonymous Carla and Jack~ Heath ^ Jeanne Marie Lee

$25,000 The Boeing Company# Fulcrum Foundation Thomas and Margaret Hoban ^ Shawn and Kathleen Hoban +* Mark and Carolyne Howley +* Lee Family Charitable Lead Annuity Trust Duane and Mary Schireman*+

$10,000 Manfred and Karen Bartz + Lon and Joan Carlson +* Coast Real Estate Advisors, LLC + Jeffrey and Jodie Cymbaluk +* Earthscapes NW, Inc.∞ Casey and Cheri Groves + Hallmark Construction, LLC Cary and Maureen Halpin ^* Ed and Stephanie Haynes Rick and Christi Heath + Joseph and Salli McCann+ Bruce and Patricia~ Means+ Roman Miller* Michael O’Kelley and Tyra Malmborg-O’Kelley*+ The Norcliffe Foundation Tulalip Tribes Quil Ceda Village Wepay Wrecking Ball Demolition, LLC+

$2,500+ Air Van Moving + William and Carol Arkell + Ray and Edith Aspiri Steven and Kimberly Brown + Brett and Kendra Carlton + Coastal Community Bank Craig and Amy Corkery + Alexander and Meghan Crane ’06∞ Gerald and Dolores Damitio ^ Nicholas de Chadenedes and Gail Wellenstein+∞ Adolf Eitner ^ Bill and Sheri Feeney + Mary Gervais Jeffrey and Tracy Green +∞ Brian Hilgendorf +* Charlene Hilgendorf +∞ John and Maria Horning +∞ Joshua and Cheryl Jansen Timothy and Millie Judge +* Gary and Sylvie Kacmarcik + Mark and Darlene King + Richard and Roberta League ^ Les Schwab Tire Center John and Donna Luger Kevin and Talia Mahnke ’96 * Michael and Laura Mallahan+ Kenneth and Bobbie McCann Patric and Cynthia McElroy+ Steve and Denise Montoya+ William and Mary Mozingo+ * Board Member (Past or Present) + Parent (Past or Present) ^ Grandparent (Past or Present) # Matching Gift Donor ∞ Employee ~ Deceased

Endowments These community members have chosen to establish endowment funds at Archbishop Murphy High School. An endowed fund provides a permanent source of funding for AMHS. These endowed funds may be established by bequest for many purposes, such as: • Tuition Assistance • Faculty and Staff Professional Development • Support of programs such as those in the arts, athletics, and clubs A fund created by your bequest can carry your name, the name of a family member, or another person you wish to honor.

Carlson Family Endowment The Carlson Family Endowment was founded by Lon and Joan Carlson. This Endowment provides financial aid to female students who are involved in a variety of school activities. Lon and Joan’s children, Megan (10) and Beth (13), are both alumni of AMHS.

Chet Wilkerson Endowment Cheston Wilkerson was salutatorian as well as ASB President of Holy Cross High School’s first graduating class in Everett, now known as Archbishop Thomas Murphy High School. Chet passed away in March 2003. This endowment was founded to honor all that he gave to the school as its first official student leader. Each year this scholarship is given to a current junior who demonstrates leadership qualities.

DeMers Endowment Don and Millie DeMers believed in Catholic education. After hearing about AMHS from a friend, they graciously established an endowment and included AMHS in their estate plans. This incredible gift provided the impetus and wisdom that pushed AMHS to create the structure for named endowments moving forward. The DeMers Endowment partially funds the tuition of up to four students annually. These students demonstrate financial need and maintain a good academic standing.

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John Martens Endowment This endowment leaves a legacy in memory of John Martens and his fellow Holy Cross Alumni, in the form of a merit-based award for students of Archbishop Murphy High School. This merit-based scholarship is awarded to a minimum of one qualifying student per year in memory of the late John Joseph Martens IV, Holy Cross Alumnus class of 1996.

Kristi Bartz Endowment Kristi Bartz challenged herself to make a difference in the lives of the people she met, and to continue to grow in her own relationship with God. Her strong faith was evident in the way that she loved and cared for others. This memorial endowment was organically created through the outpour of community support from other area high schools to her fellow students, family, and friends. Each year an outgoing senior is honored with the Kristi Bartz Scholarship for their excellence in leadership, academic achievements and involvement in campus, co-curricular and community activities.

Nuessendorfer Scholarship Motivated by a desire to recognize his parents’ commitment to their children’s education and the Catholic faith, Roland and Josephine Neussendorfer’s son, Joseph, started this scholarship in their honor in 2000. This endowment supports the educational goals of Catholic teens.

Murphy Scholars Endowment Bart and Carolyn Murphy established a scholarship program in the memory of Bart’s brother, Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy. Annually, the recipients of these awards are recognized by the high school as Murphy Family Scholars. Priority in the selection of Murphy Family Scholars is given to students who have strong academic records, demonstrate financial need, and express a commitment to continue to complete the sacramental process of initiation through confirmation.

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Includes monetary and in-kind donations to annual fund, auction and other events, endowments and capital campaign contributions. James and JoAnn Mulligan*^ John and Erin Pribble Chris and Erika Price+ John and Malia Santucci+ Steven and Stephanie Schmutz+∞ Schwab Charitable Fund Timothy and Pam Schwartz+ Chad and Sara Slocum+ William and Patricia Terhar+* Watson Security Company Wells Fargo Foundation# Richard Wemhoff and Frances Regdos+* Thomas Yetman*

$1,000+ Darin and Judy Aaby + Jeffrey and Suzanne Adams +* Anthony’s Restaurants + Tom and Monica Antone ^ Applebee’s The Archdiocese of Seattle Lawrence and Janet Backe +* Robert and Elizabeth Baldwin + Philip and Cynthia Bannan ^ Rick and Dawne Barela+ Howard and Melinda Bargreen John and Jennifer Barnes + Belfor USA Group, Inc. + Joseph and Julie Bodmer + Jane Brown ∞ Caig and Suzanne Buchanan +* Michael and Melissa Burns + Jay and Hortensia Carey + Philip and Maria Castillo + John Chu and Lyng Wong + Joseph and Helene Clancy + Diane Daviscourt + Michael and Catherine Dire +* James and Margaret Doud + Emmaus Conseling Center +

Michael and Margaret Faulkner ^ Frank and Teresa Fewel * Ryan and Elizabeth Foxley + Christopher Marks and Jessica Freeman ’94 Leo and Colleen Gabalis + Edward Garvey Joseph and Heidi Gogal + Herbert and Christine Gould + Thomas Graff and Tracy Waggoner + Troy and Heather Grasseth + William and Paula Grigsby ^ Teresa Guy + H & L Sporting Goods Rodney and Deborah Hagge + Jerome and Heidi Halmans + Tyler and Jessica Hammond ’01 Karl and Theresa Hausmann + Edward and Stephanie Haynes + Patrick and Rae Ann Henderson + James and Ruth Henshaw ^ Dawn Hines + Robert and Patricia Hines+ Kaitlin Hoban ’07 Samuel and Julie Hogenson + Garth and Sandy Houlihan ^ Michael and Milray Howell + Mr. Benjamin Irwin and Ms. Sherri Anderson + William and Patricia Jack + Robert and Lola Jacobson Chunxiao Jia and Jin Lu + Brent Keck and Kathryn Palmquist-Keck+ Deacon Dennis and Mary Kelly +* Thomas and Ann Kelly ^* Richard and Julie Kenny + BC Kim and Susan Hagan + Donald and Shannon Kowalchuk + Heidi and Joel Kuipers ’96 L&M Sheet Metal Fab Inc. James and Dana LaMarre +

Paul Lawrence Toan Le and Linh Dam + Patricia Lodge+ Deacon Craig and Marti Lundberg+ Francis and Ketal MacWan+ David and Sakorn Marley+ John and Tammy Matusak∞ Bill and Madeline McAuslanRichard and Hollie McCurdy+ Michael and Julia McDonnell+ Thomas and Monica McDonough+* Michael and Karla McGuire+* Timothy and Judith McNamara+* Michael and Katherine McVickar+ Barbara Miller Fredrick and Susan Miller+ Yudith and John Moir ∞+ Anthony and Vera Munko ^ Daniel and Amy Murnan Pierce and Mary Murphy+ Charles and Nanette Nelson+ Joe Neussendorfer and Rebecca Hover Hai and Minh-Huong Nguyen+ Northwest Publishing Center Mary Norton Pacific Western Foundation Harvey and Karen Parker Paul Davis Restoration+ Ralph Pepper and Tracey Pauly+ Ronald and Darla Quinton+ David and Diana Richardson+ David and Kathleen Robinson+ Terry and Roberta Ryan+∞* Salesforce.org Loren and Karen Sand + Natalie Schmidt ’05 ∞ James and Sara Schrader+ Thomas and Jennifer Schutte+ Seattle University John and Shirley Serwold^


Bill and Lisa Siemering+ Pat and Angie Sievers* David and Allison Sinex ’07 ∞ Alan Skranak and Diana Manning+ Craig and Jeanne Spooner John and Laura Stoeser+* Patrick and Mary Jo Sweeney+ Kevin Thomas and Naomi Lester+ Todd and Lori Thompson+ Steven and Lea Ann Thurman ’95 Jeffrey Wagner and Margaret O’Meara+ Brian and Amy Walsh+ Steven and Jane Warner+ Robert and Katherine Watson Roger and Gwen Westlund+ Eric and Jennifer Williams+ Peter and Ruth Wolff +* Alex and Christine Wollin ’06 ∞ Terry and Mary Wollin Jim Young and Jin Xu+

$500+ Vincent and Kathleen Alkire +∞ Anonymous Robert and Deanna Axley + Scott and Jeanette Bader + John and Kelli Bradley + Roger and Kristyn Brodniak ∞ Thomas and Lisa Budinick + Buffalo Espresso, LLC Steve Burger Matthew and Kathryn Campbell ’04 ∞ Tony Carabello and Theresa Langan-Carabello + Donald and Marla Carter +* Douglas and Marni Casanova + Scott and Teresa Claggett + John and Sheryl Conderman +*∞ Cooley Smiles Walter Coop and Atcharawan Srichompol+ Eiron and Patricia Cudaback + Keith and Misayo Curtis ∞ Tobin Darrow and Sandra Walters + Elizabeth Devenny

Donnell and Samantha Dixon Patrick and Jacqueline Doyle + Family Dental Care of Mill Creek Viggo and Aileen Forde + Brieanne Gershick ’99 Blaine Gilchrist-Smith ∞ Graham Construction Joseph and Leigh Hall Fiona Haynes + Dennis and Ellen Hill + Amanda Hoover + Alfred and Shaunta Hyde ’96 Integrated Rehabilitation Group + InvestEd Gary and Denise Jannusch ∞ Dwight and Holly Johnson + Brandon and April Jones Todd and Shannon Jurdana + Christopher Knox ’04 Robert and Kathleen Lefcourt + Kenneth and Kris Lewellen+ Eric and Karen Ligman+ Ken and Beth Mock∞+ Morgan Stanley Bart T. and Cecilia M. Murphy Joseph and Kela Ness+ Christopher and Kimberly Pastega Greg Poitevin and Marsha Savery+ Joy Prudell Richard and Helen Robinson+ Pierre and Amy Robitaille+ Charles Rose Schmidt Family Chiropractic, PLLC+ Shell Oil Company# Silver Lake Eye Care Center+ James and Alina Sinclair+ Sandra and Shaun Smith* Richard and Silvia Spehar St. Mark’s Parish Giambattista Taglioni Jacob and Katie Thompson ’01 Nathan and Nicole Thompson ’04 ∞ Van Horn Farms Patrick and Laurie Vilbrandt

Joe and Amy Ward∞ Ted and Dawn Wiederholt+ Morgan and Linnea Wolff ’01 Ross Wood Jack and Karen Wygant+

$250+ Keith and Tanya Akins Blaine and Kristen Amidon + Eric and Susan Amsberry + Jared and Danielle Appleby ∞ Jesus Joaquin Arroyo and Ma. Digna Sahagun Arroyo + Jeff and Eileen Asmundson + Stephen and Wendy Bingham + Lisa Birch + Timothy and Rena Blair ∞+ John and Anne Callaghan + Eric and Josephine Castro + John Clapp ∞ Columbia Distributing James and Celeste Cosgrove + John and Mary Jo Costello ^ Milea Dizon Stephen and Carol Dunaway + Jan Durrell ∞ William Erwert Matthew and Brenna Feely ’00 Mayanne Feliciano + Jerry Foote Adrian Freuen and Kate Chesledon-Freuen ∞ Thomas and Allison Gawecki + Stephen and Kimberly Gyuro + Frederic and Lucy Hansen + David and Ericka Hardwick David Hasslinger and Ashley Verhei ’95 * Board Member (Past or Present) + Parent (Past or Present) ^ Grandparent (Past or Present) # Matching Gift Donor ∞ Employee ~ Deceased

Terry Ennis Endowment The Archbishop Murphy High School Board of Trustees founded the Terry Ennis Memorial Endowment Fund in June of 2008 to honor late coach, teacher, mentor, and friend Terry Ennis. Terry’s love for nurturing young student-athletes changed the lives of thousands of athletes and students. The Terry Ennis Memorial Endowment Fund is a perpetual memorial that provides tuition assistance to students in need. The Ennis family, in conjunction with the AMHS leadership, annually chooses recipients who would not otherwise be able to afford an AMHS education.

Eberle Endowment Michael and Cecile Eberle were residents of Everett WA for over 70 years. They were fixtures in the community. Mike and Cecile left a lasting impact on AMHS by creating this endowment in 2000 to support the AMHS Athletics Program. Although, Mike and Cecile are no longer with us, their legacy lives on through their six children, 13 grandchildren, and growing group of great-grandchildren- many of whom have chosen an AMHS education. Mike and Cecile left a lasting impact on AMHS by creating this endowment in 2000 to support the AMHS Athletics Program.

Ebert Memorial Endowment Dr. Joseph Ebert practiced medicine in Everett for 50 years until his retirement in December of 2000. He brought a remarkable skill and deep humanity to his work that was recognized in awards over the years by local hospitals and civic organizations. When the former Board of Trustees Member passed away in 2002, the family created the Dr. Joseph William Ebert Memorial Fund at Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy High School in his honor.

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Roman Miller Endowment† Roman Miller spent his life in Catholic schools, from his early childhood at St. Alphonsus Parish School in Ballard, to his high school years at O’Dea, and college at Seattle University. Following his service in the Army Air Force during WWII (where he was assigned to the Manhattan Project) Roman attended Seattle University and later worked in their athletic office. Roman was a high school teacher and coach at O’Dea before embarking on a career which included political advising, serving as the executive director of the Washington State horse racing commission, and scouting for the Houston Colt .45s Major League Baseball team. Roman Miller has served as an athletic adviser and board member at Archbishop Murphy High School for over fifteen years. In 2009, the school named the baseball field Roman Miller Field in his honor. This endowment was created by AMHS as a way to honor our longtime friend, colleague, and mentor. The endowment supports tuition assistance for students who are involved in co-curricular programs.

Faith Formation Endowment† The Faith and Future Campaign (led by co-chairs Tom and Margaret Hoban and Shawn and Kathy Hoban) fulfilled the dream of a chapel on the campus of AMHS. With the generous support of the Cymbaluk family, the project was blessed by Most Reverend J. Peter Sartain in May 2015, and construction was carried out by Gaffney Construction. Hundreds of families donated to the campaign and many left their legacy on named gifts in the chapel. Marshall and Katherine Cymbaluk and Jeff and Jodie Cymbaluk were instrumental in the success of the chapel campaign. On December 3, 2016, Marshall challenged the DREAM auction attendees with a 90-day fund raising goal – it inspired the entire AMHS community. The St. Thomas Chapel is the keystone of the Catholic identity of AMHS and provides a place for sacramental celebrations for our students, families, and alumni. The Faith Formation Endowment was established in 2017 to support faith formation programs at AMHS such as the KAIROS retreat program, the Guatemala and Haiti mission trips, and community service projects. The fund will also provide maintenance and furnishing updates to the chapel.

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Includes monetary and in-kind donations to annual fund, auction and other events, endowments and capital campaign contributions. David and Marion Hogle + Knights of Columbus – Everett Council #763 Mary Kozlovsky Mark and Lisa Latta ∞ Catherine Meehan+∞ Charles and Krista Miller, II+ Mark Miller and Julie Drake Garner+ Miyakos Teriyaki Peter and Jennifer Newman+ Michael and Aidaluz Pabisz+ Scott and Shelley Pattison+ Ron Pimentel and Cynthia Reeves-Pimentel+ Heather Quintans Photography Ryan and Shannon Reese ’07 ∞ Steve and Jean Reynaud+ Rene and Elsa Rodas, Jr.+ Robert and Anna Rutherford+ Scuttlebutt Brewing Co.^ Mike and Soma Smith Snohomish Valley Roofing Inc. Christopher and Holly Sullivan+ Christopher and Barbara Telge+ Torre and Kendra Treece+ Gaylon and Joanne Vanderyacht David and Sandi Walker+ Michael and Donna Walker+ Deborah Walsh and Dick Hopp Stanford and Cortney Wyatt ∞ Jana Zitnik 05 ∞

$100+ American Century Investments Foundation Anderson Hunter Law Firm + Anonymous Answerline Communications, Inc. + Kiran and Rupa Asher + Joseph and Carol Ballata + Woldemar and Irma Bartz

Schuyler~ and Marjorie Bissell Michael and Lisa Blaise + Tracy and Christina Bone William and Leya Brooking + Sharon Caragnolo Sean and Christine Carroll Riley Cartwright ’06 Bryan and Meagan Castillo + Brice and Kathryn Cobean ’07 ∞ Dennis and Nancy Colleran Kevin and Kathleen Corrigan + Jill Daher + Annie Dang ’12 Paul Holeman and Amy DeAguero + Carlos and Jennifer de Mello E Souza + Jeffrey and Carolyn Dorney + Dominick and Aurora Driano ^ Edward and Diedra Ducheane + William and Judith Dooris ^ Dream Dinners Jon and Kimberly Echols ∞ Jessica Elekes ’09 Linda Finn Thomas and Tara Freedman L. Ralph and Harriet Gamman Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Michael Grady and Valerie McCluskey Harbour Pointe Family Dentistry PS Inc Mr. Jeffrey Herman William and Evelyn Hoffman Maureen Hoffmann Halley and Stacy Hupp + Steven and Julie Jacobson David Jia Brenden and Cindy Johnson + Paul and Amy Johnson + Kenneth Jordan and Naomi Melero-Jordan + Mr. Rodger Lands Jeffrey and Annalise Latta ∞

Matthew and Lauren Leiker + Mark and Kathleen Lewandowski+ Janusz and Agelika Lukomski+ Yvonne Martens+ Daniel and Carmen Melero Reda and Nermeen Mikhail+ Van and Denise Nelson Network For Good Harold and Marilyn Nickel Nothing Bundt Cakes David and Daphne Peterson+ Rita Ponton ^ Red Lobster (Lynnwood) Renaldo and Josie Riojas Thomas and Susan Ritzert Ricardo and Juanita Rivera ^ Frank and Glenna Rodriguez+ William and Kimberly Schmidt+ Zachary and Danika Schmidt Douglas and Diane Seward+ Louis Siggins+∞ Donald and Marilyn Snider John and Charlotte Sollars ^ Erick and Erica Streelman Maverick Thompson ’17 Penelope Todd ^ Gia and Rose Tran ^ Richard and Denise Van Horn Huib van Leeuwen+ John and Camille Vandermeulen+ Kay Waiss ^ Mark and Albany Walters+ Erik and Eileen Warner+ Carrie Wright+∞ Ford and Jennifer Wright+ Matthew Wright+∞ Shenhui Wu Richard and Kathryn Yant+ Lea Yost+ Jami Zellner∞


Holy Cross Endowment† Up to $99 Aerojet # Craig and Lois Alton ^ Amazon Smile Foundation Robert and Melinda Austin + Tamara Bader Robert Baker Andrew Baldassarre ∞ Talo and Trisha Balderrama + Kelsey Barrett 16 David and Mary Bell + Ken and Lorie Britton Buffalo Square Chevron + Alexander and Renee Burch ’05 Allison Burns Brian and Laura Caferro + Ron and Rita Camarillo + Amy Camilleri ’15 Peter and Jennifer Caputo ’93 John and Mary Catey ^ Tyler Chu ’15 Alison Conley Rosemarie Cook + Aleshia Cooke Sean Cramer Michael and Jennifer Deacy + Don and Laura Decker + Delta Air Lines Foundation Lewis Dickert Melissa Duckart John and Christine Duzenack Emerald Downs Expedia Inc. Kathleen Fitzpatrick Mr. Larry Frank Robert and Kathleen Graham + Michael and Cindy Greaves Sean Gross ∞ Ismael Guerra Grease Monkey Peter Haynes + Ronald and Geraldine Hecht Maranda Helton +

Mytyl Hernandez Hillcrest Bakery, INC. Cory and Deborah Hitchcock +∞ Caroline Hoban ’15 Kent and Tracy Hogue Angela Hollar ∞ Damien Holman ∞ David Holzmeyer ’97 Madeline Huggins ’10 ∞ Angela Iannone ’96 Kathryn Johnson ’10 Tate Johnson ’15 Melissa Joyce Thomas and Maria Karier William and Patty Kelley * Allison Kertesz Jesse and Ashley Klebecki David and Margaret Krah Kula Foundation Karen Lee Michael Lee Shirley Lehtinen ^ Lorinda’s Salon Spa Store Somar Macek Lamin and Awa Manneh Colleen Marcin John and Mary Ellen McAvoy ^ Laura McCourt Michael and Abigail McGee John and Janet McNiven+ Gayle and Kathy Mehrer Jennifer Mekanik Adrian Mercer H. and A. Moorman Connor Mulvaney ’15 Daniel and Diana Munko+ Samuel Myers ’16 Ronald and Donna Neal Gregory Nereim and Brook Lucci-Nereim+ Stephen and Kathleen O’Brien+ Allison Pass ’96 Jason and Jennifer Post+

Thomas and Michelle Quinn+ Denise Redford Laura Rife David Ris and Kimberly Collison-Ris+ Cesar Robles Michael Scanlon Erik Schmidt ’10 David and Julie Schwarz+ Melinda Sloan Suzanne Sollars SportClips Todd and Karla Sproul+ Cheryl Tenney+ Christopher and Karen Towey+ Shalby Trudeau Amy Tulio Louie and Lynn Van Hollebeke+ Conor White ’11 Kenneth and Tina Willis Tim and Dawn Wilson David and Martha Wilson Nathan Wilson and Anne Hedges-Wilson+ James and Elizabeth Wilson+ Axel and Melissa Wolff ’03 Craig and Karyn Zupke+ Peter Zupke ’16

Yudy Solis Moir was born and raised in Santiago, Chile. She and her family settled in Seattle where she earned degrees at the University of Washington and started teaching at Holy Cross High School in 1988 in its first year of existence. Yudy started the school trip to Spain and introduced the UW Spanish course at Holy Cross and AMHS. She and her husband John sent their two children (Caroline and John) to Holy Cross – John later became the first alum to teach at AMHS. During her time at Holy Cross and AMHS Yudy has taught hundreds of students and she particularly remembers those who came in the early years of the school. This endowment was created as a way to honor the beginning of AMHS, Holy Cross High School. The endowment fund will support the continuing Catholic education of Latino students who matriculate from our partner parish schools

Simmons Family Endowment Preston and Jill Simmons are models of giving back to the community. Not only for all of the expertise and volunteer hours they have poured into Archbishop Murphy High School, but in the Greater Snohomish County region. Preston and Jill Simmons decided to start the Simmons Family Endowment in order to support students so they can have access to an Archbishop Murphy High School education. They witnessed first hand what an impact an AMHS education can have through the experience of their two sons, PJ ’12 and Connor ’14, and their classmates.

Endowment launched in the 2016/17 school year.

* Board Member (Past or Present) + Parent (Past or Present) ^ Grandparent (Past or Present) # Matching Gift Donor ∞ Employee ~ Deceased

Are you interested in setting up an endowed scholarship at AMHS or have you remembered AMHS in your estate plans? Let us know so we can ensure your philanthropy is honored and enable AMHS to carry out the intentions of your commitment. Contact Christine Wollin, Director of Development, with any questions at 425-379-6363 or cwollin@am-hs.org.

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THE SEQUEL

Wildcat Whereabouts 1994

1996

1997

October Alumni of the Month

December Alumni of the Month

Margaret (Haberle) Stampfli and Hans Stampfli welcomed their seventh child, Michael James, in May.

Gerald Armitage Gerard M. Armitage, age 38, passed away peacefully on Saturday, November 12, 2016, at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Gerry was born in Seattle, WA on February 10, 1978, to Michael and Patricia Armitage. He was a 1996 graduate of Holy Cross High School and will continue to be in our thoughts and prayers.

1998

Jen (Richardson) Bowman and her husband Andrew welcomed their second son, Brady Benton in September.

Maureen Barrett-Smith Maureen Barrett-Smith graduated from Holy Cross High School in 1994. After high school, she traveled extensively through England and Ireland before moving to Juneau, Alaska and attending the University of Alaska Southeast. Maureen moved back to Washington in December 2004 and her son Ciaran is an active member of the Class of 2020.

2003 Barbara (Taylor) Brooks and her husband Chris welcomed their first child in July.

Talia Alcantar (Poitevin) married Kevin Mahnke in Hawaii in April. Talia serves on the Board of Trustees, the Alumni Board as well as the John Martens Endowment Committee.

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2000

Russell Hartness and his wife Kenia welcomed their second daughter Tessa in January.

Lauren (Coate) Lonn and her husband Nick welcomed a baby boy, Logan, in March.


THE SEQUEL

Wildcat Whereabouts Alexandra (Platis) Flugstad and her husband Matthew are expecting a second daughter in November.

Tony Duncan and Courtney Clapp welcomed baby girl Parker James, in October.

Alex Ferris and his wife Kashari welcomed their second daughter, Georgia, in March.

2004 Jeff Arkell and his wife Lindsey welcomed a baby girl named Callie in December. Katie (Myers) Campbell and her husband Matt welcomed a baby girl, Crosby Jane, in January.

Lyndsey (Bury) Ramsey and her husband Daniel welcomed another baby boy, Charlie Keith, in November.

Grant Ferris and his wife Jen welcomed their second child, a boy, Tommy, in March.

Jessica (Manry) Terpstra and Jonathan Terpstra welcomed a baby girl, Kaliana Evadell, in December.

2005 Tyler Terhar married Mallory Ringbom in Mexico in July. They both work at Limeade and live in West Seattle.

Lindsey (Fomon) King and her husband Joey are expecting a baby girl in September.

Jamie Lyons married Gabriel Guevara in April.

Kelsey (Weddle) Gochnour and her husband Joe welcomed a baby boy, Harold Isak, in May. Ben Waiss married Meghan Frauenholtz in January. They are expecting a baby girl in September.

Craig Duncan and his wife Jen welcomed baby boy Rollin Harold in November.

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THE SEQUEL

Wildcat Whereabouts Cassy (Kaczka) Young and her husband Robert welcomed a baby boy, Austin, in January. Linnea Mulvaney married Thomas Zelinsky in June.

2006 Paul Henderson, ‘06 married Mallory Good in April in Snohomish, WA. They live in Everett.

Justin Ryan joined the Deaconate. He is currently assigned to St. Joseph Parish in Vancouver, WA.

Quinn Lambert married Sandy Crannell in July. Lisa (Coate) Stolle and her husband James welcomed baby boy, Oliver in December.

Kaitlin Hoban graduated from the University of Washington School of Nursing with her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Pediatrics.

2007

2008 January/February Alumni of the Month

Rachel (Krell) Greene and her husband welcomed a baby.

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Meghan Crane and her husband (and AMHS principal) Alex Crane welcomed a daughter, Evelyn Ruth in April. Shannon McCann married Ryan Reese in September in Spokane, WA.

Kim Liebhaber and Erik Daviscourt Erik Daviscourt and Kim Liebhaber let AMHS share their love story as part of the February alumni newsletter supporting the St. Thomas Chapel. Their alumni love story unfolded in college even though they met much earlier in the halls of AMHS. They were the first couple to get married in the St. Thomas Chapel in July.


THE SEQUEL

Wildcat Whereabouts Allison “Allí” Beard earned her Juris Doctor, Cum Laude from Gonzaga University School of Law on May 13, 2017. She completed her undergraduate studies and was a member of the Women’s Soccer team at Saint Mary’s College of California where she graduated in 2014 with a degree in Psychology.

Shannon (Hoban) Winters and her husband  welcomed their second daughter, Maeve Louise, in April.

Alumni of the Year Nic Peterson Nic Peterson is a current resident of New Mexico and the proud owner of Relentless Performance, Relentless Dietetics, NMT and Gym Launch. While staying active in each of his many business ventures, Nic spends his free time furthering his education through copious amounts of reading and writing!

2011 Emily (Bury) Engel and her husband welcomed a baby girl, Sarah Louise, in May.

Darren Crout married Emily Voght in Mount Vernon, WA in August. They reside in Everett.

2010

2012 September Alumni of the Month

Aaron Manry and his wife Roxy welcomed a baby boy Quinton Joseph in March.

Andrew Perez and fiancée Kaity Kelly both graduated from UW Law school in June 2017. They were married in September.

Levi MaVorhis Levi MaVorhis, AMHS Class of 2012, was signed as an undrafted free agent by the St. Louis Cardinals this past spring. Levi spent his summer on one of their affiliate teams, the “Johnson City Cardinals” (St. Louis Cardinals Advanced Rookie), who recently finished their season as the Appalachian League Champions. Levi’s team defeated a competitive Burlington (Kansas City Royals affiliate) team in 2 games in a “best of 3” championship series. Olivia Murphy graduated from Seattle University with her Masters in teaching and is pursuing a career as a secondary Social Studies and English teacher.

Christine Towey married Austin Brenner this summer in Roche Harbor, WA. Christine and Austin met their freshman year at St. Martin’s University.

2015 March/April Alumni of the Month Alexa Rauvola Alexa Rauvola is a current sophomore at Gonzaga University majoring in marketing and minoring in public relations. Additionally, she is the Arts and Entertainment editor for GU’s student newspaper, the Gonzaga Bulletin, where she writes pieces on the talents, stories and interests of GU students and alumni. Alexa hopes to one day apply her love of writing to a business setting by creating social media content and digital marketing for an outdoor brand.

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APPENDIX The AMHS Annual Report is published by:

2016/2017 Financial Report

Archbishop Murphy High School 12911 39th Avenue SE Everett, WA 98208

(unaudited)

Revenue Net Tuition & Fees Fundraising Events Fees and other revenue student activities and clubs revenue Athletic & Booster Club Revenue Fine Arts Council & Parents Association Revenue & Support

$6,804,807 $1,750,195 $549,995 $248,570 $246,342 $48,627

71% 18% 6% 3% 3% 1%

$9,648,536

100%

Academics General & Administrative Athletic Programs Student Services Fundraising Building Loan Interest Expenses

$4,649,982 $1,661,244 $841,097 $443,252 $393,290 $218,060

57% 20% 10% 6% 5% 3%

$7,862,215

100%

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Millie Judge Vice Chair

Sue Adams Talia Alcantar Jeff Cymbaluk Cathy Dire Thomas Hoban

Terri Fewel Secretary

Christine Wollin Director of Development Jana Zitnik Alumni Director Char Hilgendorf Office Manager Mary Knox Controller PHOTO CREDITS: Matt Todd Printed in the USA. Š 2017 by Archbishop Murphy High School. All rights reserved. Archbishop Murphy High School is an inclusive community and as such publishes letters to the editor and class notes as submitted by our alumni and friends. These submissions do not necessarily represent the values or beliefs of Archbishop Murphy High School.

2016/2017 AMHS Board of Trustees Larry Moore Treasurer

EDITORIAL TEAM: Shannon Reese Director of Communications and Marketing

With special thanks to

Expenses

Thomas F. Kelly Chair

425-379-6363 www.am-hs.org

Mark Howley Thomas McDonough Brian Murphy Shannon O'Kelley John Olson Duane Schireman Pat Sievers

T.C. Thacker Tom Yetman

Fr. Hans Olson Deanery Representative

Steve Schmutz ExOfficio (School President)

Thomas E. Kelly Emeritus

Kristin Dixon Archdiocese Representative

Roman Miller Emeritus


EPILOGUE

Patricia (Patti) Means April 27, 1962 - October 8, 2016 Patti Means passed away in her home surrounded by her husband, siblings and best friend on October 8, 2016. Born Patricia Eileen Hoffmann in Burien, Wash., on April 27, 1962, Patti graduated from Kennedy High School in 1980. She worked at several places during her adult life, most notably at Archbishop Murphy High School, where she served as Athletics Assistant then as Director of Communications. Her daughter, Katie Johnson, graduated from AMHS in 2010. She volunteered at St. Mary Magdalen School in Everett, Wash., and at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Bothell, Wash. Her passions, beyond family and friends, included travel, reading, baking and playing piano. For more than ten years, she served as pianist for the 9am Choir at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. We imagine her now in heaven playing piano duets with her mother, Judy. Patti was a giving, loving person who befriended everyone. She was thoughtful and devoted, and left a mark in the hearts of all she knew. The new piano in the St. Thomas Chapel has been donated by her family in her honor, as a fitting tribute to Patti’s life serving others and her dedication to AMHS.

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Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy High School is a Catholic, college preparatory school that welcomes students of all faiths. True to the spirit of the gospel, Archbishop Murphy nurtures the full development of the gifts that God has given to each student, fosters service as an outgrowth of faith, and values diversity. Working with parents as partners in the educational ministry, we strive for academic excellence, spiritual enrichment, and Christlike leadership for the transformation of the world.

AMHS Annual Report 2016-2017  
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