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THE GAEL GAZETTE Bishop Gorman High School Alumni Newsletter | Summer 2017

Every end is

A new beginning...

NEW BEGINNINGS

HOMECOMING 2017

C O N T I N U E D L E G AC I E S


notes of interest

New Beginnings, Continued Legacies

Dear Alumni and Friends, As the 2016-2017 school year has come to a close and we prepare for the year to come, we reflect on what a wonderful year it was and how excited we are for the new beginnings upon us. Here at Bishop Gorman we are very proud of our students and all their accomplishments including three State Championships (one of those teams being ranked in the top in the nation see page 4), over $27 million in college scholarship money for the Class of 2017 (page 6) and Golden Grads, celebrating their 50th Class Reunion (page 10). Looking ahead to the 2017-2018 school year, there are many exciting events that I would like to share with you as you read through the pages of this summer issue. We are so excited for the new beginnings to come and all that the next school year has to offer, especially welcoming our newest Gaels, the Class of 2021! Make sure that you save the date for all of the activities scheduled for this fall (page 11). Reach out to your class reps and get involved. The graduating Class of 2017 had 55 legacy families and we continue that tradition with 55 incoming freshmen in the Class of 2021 who are part of a legacy family as well. While the BGHS family is strong, we want to be stronger! There are so many ways to engage. You can join us at a theatre performance, come to a game, attend or volunteer at an event and/or make a gift. Please know that we appreciate your continued support of Bishop Gorman. You are what makes Bishop Gorman such a special place. Enjoy the rest of your summer and see you in the fall. Go Gaels!

Janell Gomez-Redding '97 Alumni and Parent Relations Coordinator

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summer 2017 | THE GAEL GAZETTE

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Legacy in Action spring sports accomplishments | spring signing

BGHS Legacy! Class of 2017

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Legacy Families

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Golden Grads Class of 1967/ Alumni Spotlight

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Gael Force 2017-2018/ Fall Activities

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Homecoming 2017 get the details on all of the happenings don’t miss the festivities

Roll Call

Save the Date!

BGHS Golf Classic 2017

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BASEBALL:

The baseball team had another successful year finishing 30-7. Winning the Sunset Regional Title, their season was cut short in the 2nd round of the State championship against Rancho High School.

Austin Wells '18 was announced as the 2016-2017 NEVADA GATORADE PLAYER OF THE YEAR. Austin hit .500 with eight homers and 47 RBI.

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL:

The volleyball team had their best season of all time under Sunset Southwest Coach of the Year, Kyle Krauss. The team was undefeated in league play and was ranked as the top team in Las Vegas for most of the year. Their season was cut short in a upsetting loss in the first round of playoffs. All-Southwest League First Team: Charlie Pollnow '17, Trevor Papock '18 and Will Hafen '17. Second Team: Julian Uy '18. Congratulations to Player of the Year: Charlie Pollnow '18. Charlie finished the season with 454 kills, 138 aces, 55 blocks and 365 digs for the Southwest League champions. He was also named First Team in All-State by Nevada Preps.

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MEN’S GOLF:

Congratulations to the men’s golf team for winning the Sunset Southwest League Championship. Mitchell Abbott '18 qualified for the State Tournament in Reno and finished in 6th Place.

CLASS 4A HONORS

All-Southern Nevada Second Team: Mitchell Abbott, Joseph Williams '18. All-Sunset Region First Team: Mitchell Abbott. Second Team: Joseph Williams. All-Southwest League First Team: Mitchell Abbott, Joseph Williams. Second Team: Ryan Gray '18, Ryan Rasmussen '20. Mitchell Abbott was also named All-State First Team by Nevada Preps.

The women’s lacrosse team had another successful season, reaching the Southern Nevada Championship game. Even though the team came up short, they had a great year.

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CLASS 4A HONORS All-Southern Nevada First Team: Jarrod Billig '17, Austin Wells '18, Nick Israel '17, John Gaughan '19 (Barbara (Cordani) Gaughan '84 and John Gaughan '84), and Jorel Hingada '17. Second Team: Nick Hernandez '17. All-State First Team: Jarrod Billig, Nick Israel, Jorel Hingada and Austin Wells. Second Team: John Gaughan (Barbara (Cordani) Gaughan '84 and John Gaughan '84.

SOFTBALL:

CLASS 4A HONORS All-Southwest League

First Team: Reyna Martin '18. Second Team: Monique Passalacqua '18 and Hannah Gondini '17.


Spring Signing Day Baseball: Nick Hernandez-CSN, NV. Jordan Sadovia-College of Southern Idaho, ID. Braxton Wehrle-South Mountain, AZ. (M) Volleyball: Will Hafen: Juniata College, PA. Charles Pollnow: Benedictine University, AZ. Wrestling: Allison Petix: King University, TN. (W) Soccer: Hannah Borgel - Rocky Mountain College, MT. Arlie Jones-University of Southern California, CA. (M) Soccer: Cobi DeLeon – California Baptist University, CA. Nicholas Turk - Howard University, Washington DC. Brandon MalekYork St. John University, England. Track and Field: Taylor Girard-EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University, FL. (W) Golf: Danielle Oberlander-Grinnell College, IA. (W) Volleyball: Gabby Mavroidis-Franklin & Marshall, PA. Alysia Nielson-Wake Forest, NC (Mary Alice (Bauchman) Nielson ’80). (M) Basketball: Charles O’Bannon -University of Southern California, CA.

(M) Basketball, continued: Dominic Proctor-University of Miami, FL. (M) Tennis: Daniel Kinas-Depauw University, IN Football: Alfredo Bernal- University of Jamestown, ND. Ben Howell-University of Jamestown, ND. Christian Martinez- University of Jamestown, ND. Maisen Soa-University of Jamestown, ND. Justice Watson- University of Wisconsin River-Falls, WI.

TRACK AND FIELD: GIRLS SOCCER: Congratulations to Sunset Division Champions: Nikolas Bracken '17 in the 100m Trevor Henry '17 in the 800m Congratulations to the following who placed at the Nevada State Championship: Gwenavere Bobowicz '19 (2nd Place) Triple Jump 36'6"

Congratulations to Arlie Jones '17 who was announced as the 2016-2017 NEVADA GATORADE GIRLS SOCCER PLAYER OF THE YEAR BI.

Nikolas Bracken '17 (2nd Place) 100m 10.78

On June 3, 2017, Nevada Preps presented several awards. Bishop Gorman was honored with several awards.

TEAM OF THE YEAR Bishop Gorman Football

Taylor Girard '17 (4th Place) Triple Jump 35'5" Trevor Henry '17 (3rd Place) 800m 1:54.13 Lindsey Hightower '18 (2nd Place) Pole Vault 9'6"

SWIM/DIVE:

CLASS 4A BOYS HONORS All-Sunset Region First Team: Nicholas Becker '18, Dylan Becker '20,

Josh Bengson '18, Morgan Ma '20, Mason Maluafiti '18. Second Team: Theo Delmonaco '19, Jordan Ma '18, Sean Streyle '19. Nicholas Becker finished second in the 200 freestyle at the Class 4A State meet. He won the 200 freestyle (1:44.34) and was third in the 100 backstroke in the Sunset Region meet.

CLASS 4A GIRLS HONORS All-Sunset Region First Team: Caroline Anderson '19,

Emma Breslin '20, Olivia Gordon '20. Second Team: Megan Thompson '17, Devyn Wingender '19.

BOWLER OF THE YEAR Leah Glazer BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Chuck O’Bannon FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR Tate Martell VOLLEYBALL COACH OF THE YEAR Ed Van Meetren The Gael Gazette

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On Sunday, May 21, 2017, the Bishop Gorman High School community held its 60th commencement ceremony at the Thomas & Mack Center and bid farewell to the 345 members of the Class of 2017. The graduates were joined in their procession by the school’s “Golden Graduates”, members of the Class of 1967, celebrating their 50th high school reunion (pictured on page10). Those in attendance were addressed by Valedictorian Madeline Hong and by commencement speaker Rev. Thomas von Behren, C.S.V., Provincial Superior, Clerics of Saint Viator. Most Rev. Joseph A. Pepe, D.D., J.C.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Las Vegas, offered the invocation. Bishop Pepe and Rev. William Kenny '62, Chaplain of Bishop Gorman High School and Pastor of Holy Spirit Catholic Church, presented the diplomas to the graduates.

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The commencement ceremony capped off two weeks of events in honor of the graduates which began with the traditional senior barbeque, followed by the senior academic awards presentation in which Salutatorian, Ashleigh Hookano, addressed her peers. Our seniors have been accepted to colleges and universities all over the United States including: Baylor University, Cornell, Creighton University, Marquette University, University of Notre Dame, Pepperdine University, DePaul University, University of California Berkeley, UNLV, UNR, United States Military Academy at Westpoint, United States Naval Academy, USC, and Villanova just to name a few. The Class of 2017 boasts three National Merit Scholarship Finalists, three National Merit Scholarship Commended Students, five Gold Key Award Winners, 44 Athletic Scholarships and was awarded over $27 million in scholarships. The Gael Gazette

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15 8. DEFREITAS: Sage DeFreitas with her mother Wendy Dombrowski '83

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9. DIMARIA: Isabella DiMaria with her father Gino DiMaria '84 10.FLANAGAN: Jack Flanagan with his father Sean Flanagan '85

1. ARANAS: Alexa Aranas with her father Jason Aranas '92

11. GRIFFIN: Dylan Griffin with his mother Andrea Faustina '83

2. ASHE: Devon Ashe with his mother Stephanie (Stark) Ashe '90

12. HALE: Sean Hale with his mother Diana (Haggerty) Hale '75

3. BLANNER: Morgan Blanner with her mother Pam (Moretti) Blanner '82

13. HERBST- Thor Herbst with his father Timothy Herbst '81

4. BRASCIA: Mia Brascia with her father Michael Brascia '81 5. BUCKLEY: Cody Buckley with Father, Shawn Buckley '77, brother Connor Buckley '15 and aunt Melanie (Buckey) VanBurch '76 6. CAMPBELL: Mason Campbell with his parents Dana (Darrin) Campbell '84 and James Campbell '84 7. CREAR: Hagan Crear with her father Cedric Crear '87 8

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14. HIGGINS-REILLY: William Reilly and Ben Higgins with familyBrigid Higgins '78, Sean Higgins '82, Terry Higgins '86, Maureen (Higgins) Zaher '74, Kelsey Higgins '12, Jack Zaher '74, Rory (Higgins) Williams '87, Molly Higgins '11, Mary Beth Higgins '75 and Gerald Higgins '77 15. JENSEN: Ariana Jensen with her mother Randi (Saenz) Jensen '91 16. LAMBERT- Victoria Lambert with her father William Lambert '87


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17. LUTHY: Jillian Luthy with her father Richard Luthy '88 and aunt, Krissy Luthy '90 18. MANZI: Zachary Manzi with his father David Manzi '73 19. MATTHEWS: Veronica Matthews with her parents Carolyn Sue (Brady) Matthews '84 and T.J. Matthews '83 20. McKEE: Kaitlynne Mckee and her mother Dawnell (Nolind) Mckee '84 21. NIELSON: Alysia Nielson with her mother Mary Alice (Bauchman) Nielson '80 22. PAEZ: Kaitlyn Paez with her father Jorge Paez '85 23. RINO: Emily Rino with her mother Jennifer (Case) Rino '79

32 27. THOMPSON: Emma Thompson with her parents Julie (Schreiber) Thompson '89 and Christopher Thompson '89 28. TUCKER: Carson Tucker with his mother Kara Gilday '83 29. VON TOBEL: Gretta Von Tobel with her parents Dionne (Drabek) '86 and Jon Von Tobel '79

24. ROACH: Emily Roach with her mother Julie (Von Tobel) Roach '76

30. VUKASIN: Dylan Vukasin with his parents Jill (Pursel) Vukasin '87 and Paul Vukasin '85

25. RODRIGUEZ: Amelia Rodriguez with her father Andres Rodriguez '85

31. WIENS: Brianna Wiens with her father Ted Weins III '94

26. SILVESTRI: Giacomo Silvestri with his father James Silvestri '78

32. WILSON: Connor Wilson with his mother Alicia (Ruggeroli) Wilson '91 The Gael Gazette

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Our Golden Grads! Celebrating their 50th High School Reunion, members of the Class of 1967 walked with the Class of 2017 during the commencement ceremony. Michael Burns, Helen (Barnett) Carlson , Catherine (Brown) Cohen, Jim Foley, Julia (Mueller) Kirby, Candy (Porter) McCarty, William Page, Mary Jo (Casey) Ralenkotter, Shirley (Kleem) Schultz, Max Stuhff, Michael Williams and John Wright.

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Jon Von Tobel '79 and Dionne (Drabek) Von Tobel '86

Dionne (Drabek) '86 and Jon Von Tobel '79 may have graduated high school 7 years apart, but it was fate and a little “Bishop Gorman connection” that brought these two together later in life. Dionne and Jon wed in 1998 and the rest is history. Jon is currently the Vice President of IT at Station Casinos and the statement couldn’t be truer that behind every successful man, there stands a great woman. Dionne has devoted her life to her family and raising their children. The Bishop Gorman tradition has lived on with the Von Tobel children Nicole (Von Tobel) Theodore ’01, Jonathan ’09, Gretta ’17, Georgia ’19, and will continue with the couple’s youngest daughter, Gillian ’23. We are so lucky to call the Von Tobels, Gaels! Why was it so important to you to continue the legacy of sending your children to Bishop Gorman? As parents we strive to give our children love, faith, knowledge, and a sense of purpose. It is so important to find a school for our children that shares our morals and priorities. Bishop Gorman was that school for us and it is now that school for our children. Gorman’s never-ending commitment and success to family, faith, and learning is why there has been a Von Tobel at Bishop Gorman virtually every year since opening its doors in 1954. It is our hope that our family legacy will continue for many future generations to come.

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Does seeing your child as a Bishop Gorman student bring back fond memories for you? If so, what are some of those memories? Most of the memories from our childhood are somehow connected to Gorman. Going to a Gorman football game brings back memories of home games in the Silver Bowl and parties at Ryan Hall. Sending them off to dances makes us nostalgic for dances in the old gym, and how could you escape reminiscing on Parent Night when so many of the teachers we had are still there teaching our kids today. What did you learn and take away from being a Gael? To live our faith, to always strive for excellence, to give back to our community, and to never stop learning. What advice would you give to other families that are considering sending their children to Bishop Gorman? Bishop Gorman is not just a school, it is a community. Encourage your student to become involved in the many opportunities Bishop Gorman offers, whether in sports, academics, faith or any other extracurricular activities. If they do, Bishop Gorman will not only prepare them for college, it will also prepare them for life. Is there anything additional that you would like to share with us? The Bishop Gorman experience is so significant and so important to those of us who have lived it that it continues to guide and shape our lives many, many years after we have left the halls and classrooms behind. That shared experience is one of the things that brought the two of us together 19 years ago and it is still a part of what keeps us together today. It has influenced how we have raised our children and will do the same for them as they grow and go out into the world. The Gorman experience ties together those of us who have attended Bishop Gorman across miles and generations. The gift of a Bishop Gorman education is one of the greatest things a parent can give their child.


I can’t thank you enough for the contribution you have made to my education and making it possible for me to have a brighter future. -Jillian ’17

DON’T MISS OUT ON THESE UPCOMING

FALL EVENTS! FRIDAY, AUGUST 25 BGHS vs. DeMATHA (MD) 6:00 PM After Game Social

without your generous gifts, i would not be able to attend bishop gorman where i get to continue my catholic education. Thank you. - Drew ’19

give the gift of

BISHOP GORMAN

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 BGHS vs. MIAMI CENTRAL (FL) 7:00 PM After Game Social

Gael Force gifts are a direct investment in our students and

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

education attainable for as many students as possible. Gael

BGHS vs. DE LA SALLE (CA) 7:00 PM After Game Social

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 BGHS vs. SPRING VALLEY 7:00 PM

OCTOBER 5-8 FALL PLAY: THE DANCER'S STORY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 HOMECOMING

support tuition assistance. Our goal is to make a Bishop Gorman Force helps make that goal achievable. Each year we award almost $1 million in tuition assistance to 30% of our student body; $750,000 comes from our general operating budget. Your gift to Gael Force ensures that we have the funds available to support these deserving students. Giving annually from July 1 – June 30 is the best way you can support Bishop Gorman students.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26 BGHS vs. SIERRA VISTA 7:00 PM

To contribute to the 2017-2018 Gael Force Annual Appeal, please

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2

visit our website at

BISHOP GORMAN GOLF CLASSIC Spanish Trail Golf Course

www.bishopgorman.org/makeagift

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12 OPEN HOUSE

DECEMBER 8-9 WINTER ACTING SHOWCASE & MUSIC EXTRAVAGANZA

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP (North)

YOUR GIFT matters

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advancement

Passp rt 2017 Mexico! This year’s annual wine tasting event, Passport, took Bishop Gorman families, alumni & friends south of the border to celebrate Cinco de Mayo! The event was held at Crimson poolside on May 5th at the the Red Rock Casino Resort Spa, where guests enjoyed delicious drinks, tasty food, great entertainment and of course, some delicious wines! The indoor/outdoor venue was a great atmosphere for the evening’s beautiful weather! DJ Arty was our entertainment for the night thanks to Missy Cochran Entertainment and attendees sipped on all the best that Breakthru Beverage had to offer. Along with the wines, beers, margaritas and specialty cocktails, the Summer Fling Sangria and Watermelon Fresca, there was a wide variety of Mexican-inspired bites to enjoy! Over 60 auction items were bid on throughout the week and at the event with our “text-in” silent auction raising money for our Tuition Assistance Program.

Save The Date!

Father Querbes Award

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In 2005, alumni and alum parents, Tim '78 and Denise (Koval) Cashman '78, endowed a fund to reward excellence at Bishop Gorman High School. The Fr. Louis Querbes Excellence in Education award is named after the founder of the Clerics of St. Viator, who were instrumental in the founding of our school over 60 years ago. These two teachers were selected by their colleagues and students and each received $10,000 award.

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Congratulations to the 2017 award winners, Dr. Mary (Catania) Vance '05 and Mr. Ian Devlin!


homecoming

HOMECOMING Friday, 2017 October 13 th

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Alumni Memorial Mass

Coffee & Tours

Pep Assembly

Our Lady of Lourdes Alumni Memorial Chapel

Tiberti Commons

House of Glory

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Pre-Game Festivities

Kick-Off!

Upper Fields

Fertitta Field

Beer, Wine & Food All Family and Friends

Half-Time Show Honoring Reunion Homecoming Court

For Homecoming Reunion Information Go to www.bishopgorman.org/reunions The Gael Gazette

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In Our Prayers '

Gary Silva '57 passed away, May 12, 2017. Gary was in Bishop Gorman's first graduating class of 1957. After graduation he remained very active at BGHS. Gary was a proud member of IBEW Local #357 for 50 years, he retired from Edlen Electric in 1999. Gary is survived by his beloved wife, Janelda; sons: David '78 of Reno, Alan, and Jeffrey '81; and his grandchildren. Gary will forever be remembered in our hearts and missed by the Bishop Gorman Community.

Susan (Cummings) Weiksner '63 passed away on March 31, 2017. Susan was married to Richard Weiksner on September 18, 1965. They had two children: Colleen (Weiksner) Post '86 from Rolling Hills, California, and Joseph Weiksner from St. George, Utah. Susan was active in St. Jude’s Charity as well as a leader in Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts for her children. She also volunteered at St. Anne’s Elementary School. Her passion was helping take care of her children and elderly people.

Mary Cashman passed away on July 8, 2017, at her beloved ranch in Montana. Mary met her husband, James Cashman in 1933. They were happily married for 60 years. Mary was a community activist throughout her life. She was involved in Child Welfare Services, Red Cross, Community Christmas Assistance for Needy Children, UNLV Library and Library Endowment Fund, and was the chairperson for the Variety School of Handicapped Children Project. Mary was preceded in death by her parents: Gordon Sr. and Elizabeth; sister, Patricia; brother, Gordon JR.; husband, James Cashman Jr.; and son, James Cashman III '67. Mary is survived by her brother Ken; son Timothy '78; daughters: Rhonda Evans '64 and Leah Benjamin '79; daughters-in-law: Denise (Koval) Cashman '78 and MaryKaye (Collins) Cashman '69; nine grandchildren: Neil Evans '92, Jennifer Green '92, James Cashman IV '92, Maggie Raye '01, Samantha Cashman '07, Ali Cashman '09, Resse Benjamin '05, Alexander Benjamin '06 and Emma Benjamin'12; and 10 great-grandchildren. She was a great friend to Bishop Gorman and will be missed.

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Class of 1962 - 55 Reunion contact Patrick Stafford at Patrickstafford@usa.net for reunion details. th

Class of 1967 - 50th Reunion contact Helen (Barnett) Carlson at hrobin1383@aol.com for reunion details.

1970s Class of 1972 - 45th Reunion contact Kevin Bukley at kevin@frecnv.com for reunion details. Class of 1977 - 40th Reunion contact Stephanie (Skurski) Hill via Facebook.

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Class of 1982 35th Reunion contact Fletch Brunelle at hfbrunelle@me.com or Sean Higgins at shiggins@sthstrategies.com for reunion details. Class of 1987 - 30th Reunion contact Melissa (Blondal) Mirich at melissamirich@me.com for reunion details.

1990s Gina Antuna '95 and Brent Garis welcomed baby boy, Beau Joseph Garis on May 7, 2017. Beau weighed 6 lbs, 2 oz and was 19.5 inches long.


On April 22, 2017, Bishop Gorman Alum Lexi Pfeiffer '09 Married Thomas Stolz at Canyon Gate Country Club in Las Vegas. The bridal party included alumni:

Jaime (Martin) Dapper '95 and husband J welcomed

two bundles of joy! Their first son, Alan Johannes, was born on February 20, 2016. He weighed 7 lbs, 8oz. Their second baby boy, William, was born on June 14, 2017. He weighed 8 lbs,1oz. Jaime has dedicated herself to her boys, staying home to be the best mommy possible. Class of 1992 - 25th Reunion contact Jennifer (King) Davich at 25thfor1992@gmail.com for reunion details. Class of 1997 - 20th Reunion contact Janell Redding at jredding@bishopgorman.org for reunion details.

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1990s, continued

Kelsey Thomas '09, Courtney Napoli '09, Sam Corey '09, Hillary Corey '09, and Nick Pfeiffer '12. Other alumni in attendance included Matt Garcia '09, Jordan Miszlay '12, Tanner Wing '09, Freddy Terry '09, Ryan Hulbert '09, Matthew Malone '09, Luis Calderon '09, Ryan Brigman '09, Nick Sikorski '09, Nicki Harmon '09, Christian Wilhelm '12, Ciera Cortney '10, Sara Frank '09, Bridget Cirone '12, and Ben Guida '12. Brenna

Hill '00 and Jeremy Schneider were married on February 13, 2015, at Our Lady of Las Vegas Catholic Church. On February 19, 2017, Brenna and Jeremy welcomed a beautiful baby girl, Lucille Belle. Lucille brings joy and love to her mom and dad as well as to grandparents, Chris '73 and Cindy (Agster) Hill '75, and uncles Josh '95 and Matthew '98.

2000s Kele Yang '00 and Eric Center were married on April 22, 2017, in Las Vegas. Bishop Gorman Alumni in the wedding party included: Kerry

Yang '01, Kristopher Yang '05, Jonathan Green '05 and Calli Collins '07.

Noelle (Kessler) Festa '04

and husband, Ryan, are happy to announce the birth of their son, Beau Kessler Festa, born on April 11, 2017.

Class of 2002 - 15th Reunion contact Janell Redding at jredding@bishopgorman.org REP NEEDED! Class of 2007 - 10th Reunion contact Aurora (Driscoll) Baker at auroradriscoll@gmail.com for reunion details

2010s Nicole Valerie (Morata) Cohen '04 and husband Edwin welcomed baby girl, Vey on April 11, 2017. A sweet baby girl already so very loved.

Wozniak

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graduated Summa Cum Laude from Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition. She has been accepted into the GSU graduate program and will remain in Atlanta to complete her Masters Degree.

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