BOYS’ LATIN FALL 2021
The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland 822 West Lake Avenue Baltimore, MD 21210 410.377.5192 www.boyslatinmd.com
three-week celebration of all that is Laker Pride and Tradition.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES President Geoffrey H. Brent ‘77 First Vice President Richard H. Bagby ‘82 Treasurer W. Kyle Gore’80 Assistant Treasurer Gregory S. Horning H’16 Secretary Eileen Wilcox H’19 Assistant Secretary J. Duncan Smith ‘73 Past President Nicholas G. King James C. Alban IV H’18 Theodore W. Bauer H’17 Cassandra N. Brooks James A. Callahan. Jr. ’71 Joseph W. Cowan H‘21 Thomas P. Finnerty ‘82 Herbert D. Frerichs Jr. Shelly Hairston-Jones Harold G. Hathaway III ‘66 Henry A. Lederer ‘80 Ryan McClernan ‘85 Ryan D. Mollett ‘97 Mark G. Moxley ‘88 Brian H. O’Neil ‘75 Robert B. Rice Jason A.L. Timoll ‘91 Stacy J. Walsh Stephen E. Wright ‘69 Headmaster Christopher J. Post Alumni Association President Brian J. Rudick ‘87 Parents’ Association President Amanda Lopez Trustees Emeriti Robert E. Carter ’64 Philip C. Federico ’75 Henry H. Hopkins H’03 Craig Lewis Frederick W. Meier J. Duncan Smith ’73 H. Mebane Turner H’08
POSTINGS Dear Boys’ Latin Alumni, Families and Friends, As I write to you today, I am filled with an overwhelming sense of pride and gratitude for our community. I am humbled by the maturity, compassion and adaptability of our boys; I am in awe of the dedication of our faculty and staff, and I am forever amazed by the generous and unconditional support of our entire community. It is truly my privilege to lead a School whose community, time and time again, rises above what’s expected. Being together with the entire student body for the first time in more than 18 months, I commented to the boys at this year’s Opening Convocation that “You are BL. We are BL. And I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else, than home, right here on Lake Avenue.” The pages that follow will provide a glimpse of what the past year on campus looked like. And while we faced all sorts of challenges in the 2020-2021 school year, the year was marked with moments of great hope, celebration, and triumph. You will read about a number of campus happenings, including our virtual art show, our radio podcast, our middle school day of service, and, one of my favorite experiences, our lower schoolers sledding at recess. As spring arrived on Lake Avenue, there was excitement in the air as all the boys (grades k-12) were on campus for in-person learning, five days a week. You couldn’t help but smile from ear to ear, seeing our boys share in the simple joy of being together. Our community roared as our varsity lacrosse and varsity baseball teams brought home MIAA Conference Championships. To conclude the year, we erected a 12,000 square foot celebration tent on the lawn in front of Williams Hall. This outdoor venue served as host for our 177th Commencement, our Senior Prom, and our Alumni & Friends Reception, along with nearly fifteen other events that celebrated our students, our faculty and staff, and our alumni, families and friends. In so many ways, the conclusion of the year was truly a
Also in this issue, you’ll read about a few of the many people who continue to make our School so special. We feature Aidan Silverman from the Class of 2021 who contributed to Boys’ Latin in numerous ways, lower school librarian; Eiyana Favers who was recently selected to the Caldecott Committee; and varsity coaches Brian Farrell ‘06 and Bill Greenwell who led our varsity lacrosse and baseball teams to conference championships. We also feature a number of alumni, including Charles Howard ‘82 and JP Woodward ’17, as well as distinguished alums Brian O’Neil ‘75, Bruce McLean ‘75, Bradford Carney ’68 and Ferdinand Onnen, Jr. ’71. Finally, we celebrate the 60th anniversary of associate headmaster emeritus Dyson Ehrhardt ‘59. Throughout his time here Dyson has been a teacher, a coach and has served in various administrative positions. Dyson is “Mr. BL,” and his contributions and extraordinary devotion to our School are immeasurable. This year marked a few other incredible milestones in BL history. We hosted our first-ever virtual community gathering, The Lake Show. The first-ever Jack Williams Award was presented to our very own Dyson Ehrhardt ‘59. Thanks to the Alumni and the Parents Associations and Jennifer St. John P ‘26 for sponsoring and hosting the event. On August 29, 2021 we welcomed our inaugural boarding class to Lake Avenue. The boys come to us from six different states — California, Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, and North Carolina — and we can’t wait to see all the ways they will enhance our community. Although the challenges of COVID are not yet in our rearview mirror, I am excited for all that lies ahead for our beloved School. Being faithful to our mission and living out our motto – Esse Quam Videri: To Be, Rather than To Seem – ensures that we continue to provide boys with a life-changing education. I am forever grateful for all of your support, and I look forward to seeing you on campus soon. All the best,
Headmaster Chris Post
Editorial Team Mac Kennedy ’76, Director of Alumni Relations & Stewardship Stephanie McLoughlin Director of Marketing and Communications Joyce Barnett, Lower School Administrative Assistant Alex Barron, Upper School English Teacher Photo Credit: Liam McClure
TABLE OF CONTENTS Features MIAA Champions! ................................................................ 4 A Closer Look at Boarding .................................................... 6 Otis Read Portrait ................................................................ 8 Student Spotlight - Aidan Silverman..................................... 10 Faculty Spotlight - Eiyana Favers ........................................ 12 Dyson Wins Jack H. Williams Award ................................... 14
Pat Gugerty ’83, Assistant Headmaster for Advancement Creative Team Stef LaPenna Marketing and Communications Associate Photography Team Stef LaPenna Mary Carole Curran LifeTouch
Campus News Under the Big Top .............................................................. 16 Class of 2021 Commencement .......................................... 18 Moving Up: 5th & 8th Grade Awards ................................. 20 Spring Sport Highlights ...................................................... 22 School Highlights ............................................................... 24 Lake Show & Homecoming ................................................ 26 Laker Stories ...................................................................... 28 Distinguished Alums .......................................................... 30
ON THE COVER
Annual Report 2019-2020 Giving Highlights ........................................... 32 Annual Report Letter .......................................................... 33 Alumni & Parent Gifts ........................................................ 35 Jack H. Williams Society .................................................... 36 Esse Quam Videri Society ............................................... 37 Endowment Funds ......................................................... 38 Report of The Laker Fund ............................................... 39 Class Notes ....................................................................64
The cover shows our Varsity Lacrosse coach, Brian Farrell ‘06, holding up his daughter in celebration on becoming the MIAA ‘A’ Conference Champions!
MIAA “A” Conference Champions
helped us thrive during one of the hardest seasons in Boys’ Latin lacrosse history... [The seniors] were vocal both on and off the field making sure the team was always put first.” Coach Farrell continued his admiration for his seniors. “The Class of 2021 is a very special one and has set the bar for future classes to follow,” Farrell wrote.
MIAA CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS By: Mac Kennedy This past spring the initials “BL” stood for Baseball and Lacrosse. For the first time in the history of Boys’ Latin athletics, both the Baseball and Lacrosse teams won league championships during the same spring. BL has played Baseball since the early 1890s through 1931 and from 1974 to the present while Lacrosse has been a spring sport at BL since 1929. Bill Greenwell has been coaching baseball for 40 years at the youth, high school and college levels. He began his career at BL in 2011, and his Laker nine have been in the conference playoffs every year. His baseball teams have reached the MIAA championship game in seven out of the last eight seasons, and have won four of the last five “B” Conference titles. But this year was special and Bill stated, “2021 was the most satisfying season I have ever had coaching the game I love…[This team won it all due to] outstanding senior leadership.” The Laker baseball team faced St. Paul’s in the MIAA “B” Conference title game in Brooklandville. The teams had already played five games during the season with the Crusaders winning three of the contests. A huge crowd watched the Lakers strike in the first inning and post a 3-1 lead after three frames. With the bases loaded in the fifth, JT Windle ‘21 hit a double to deep center increasing the lead to 6-1. The Crusaders crept back with three runs in the bottom half of the fifth inning and tied the game at six apiece with two runs in the bottom half of the 4 Features
sixth. Ian McAslan ‘21 opened the top of the seventh (the last inning in high school baseball) with a solid single to right field. He advanced to second on a failed pick-off attempt and then skipped over to third on a groundout to the left side of the infield. The next batter, Peter Makris ‘22 fanned, but the third strike was in the dirt forcing the St. Paul’s catcher to have to throw to first base for the out. Once the throw went to first base, Ian broke for home and scored the go ahead and eventual winning run.
BL’s run for the School’s 11th lacrosse title started with an MIAA “A” Conference quarter-final affair at Blakefield against the Loyola Dons. The team got off to a terrible start and the scoreboard at one point revealed a score of 5-0, in favor of Loyola. There were many groans heard on the BL side of the stands. But Coach Farrell’s squad refused to quit. Down 6-2 at intermission, BL scored five unanswered goals producing an incredible come from behind 8-7 victory. Jake Pacheco ‘23 scored the winning goal unassisted but the momentum change instrumental in the BL comeback was a Gavin McLernan ’21 goal. In the semi-finals, BL avenged an in-season 15-8 beating against McDonogh to stun the Eagles in a huge upset, 13-12. Again, the Lakers fell behind early and again fought back. Ben Smith ’21 led the comeback with two goals and four assists. Dominic Pietramala ’22 scored four goals and Garrett Glatz ’21 and McLernan each scored twice. Cardin Stoller ‘21 made 10 stops, including three critical ones in the final quarter. In the MIAA “A” Conference championship game the Lakers played Archbishop Spalding at Navy Marine
Corps Stadium in Annapolis. The crowd was huge and boisterous - estimated at over 7,500. BL, down 6-4 in the third quarter, scored five unanswered goals to take a 9-6 lead and hung on to defeat the Cavaliers, 9-8. Ben Smith had another great night scoring three goals and assisting on two other scores. Once again Gavin McLernan started the BL comeback with two critical assists. Cardin Stoller maintained his toughness in the goal with another 10 save performance. Defenseman Eddie Loyd ’21 played a huge role in BL’s success. The Lakers ended their season as the number one ranked team in the area and fifth best in the country. Congratulations to coach Brian Farrell and his staff of Tano Arrogancia, Matt Brandau ’18, Myles Cohen ’15, Brian Nee ’00, Lewis Scharff, Wallace Sifford and Michael Williams.
Liam Karey ‘21 was the starting pitcher and worked five innings. Charlie Godin ‘21, who started the game at third base, hit a double and walked while scoring two runs, earned the 7-6 victory with two innings of relief. Kaden Lymon ‘22 and Braedon Hammett ‘22 were brilliant in the outfield with both making multiple big catches. Kaden’s running catch in right-center ended the game. The Lakers finished their season with a final mark of 14-6. Congratulations to coach Bill Greenwell and his staff of Buddy Price ‘75, Matt Wareheim ‘07, Zach Grace ‘17, and Tony Rinaudo on a great season. Brian Farrell ’06 began his coaching stint at BL in 2016. leading his Lakers to two championship game appearances – both losses. But this year was different. Coach Farrell, too, credited his senior leadership with the team’s success. He wrote, “[The team] was blessed to have an amazing group of senior leaders, who
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OUR INAUGURAL BOARDING CLASS HAS ARRIVED ON LAKE AVENUE! By: Stephanie McLoughlin Over the summer the new residence hall and western campus were readied for the arrival of our inaugural boarding class. On August 29, 2021, a group of young men from across the country joined our Laker community, and we couldn’t possibly be more excited to have them here! The boys hail from six different states — Florida, California, Colorado, Massachusetts, Maryland and North Carolina — bringing with them a variety of interests and passions ranging from athletics to art to nature to travel.
“As a school built on relationships, it’s not surprising how quickly they have integrated into our community.” In addition to the many School events going on throughout the year, the boys will be traveling to D.C. and Philadelphia, taking ski and other weekend trips and enjoying the sights and sounds of Baltimore. We can’t wait to see all the ways these young men will enhance life on Lake Avenue!
“The diversity of areas across the country that these boys come from will allow them to bring their own personal culture to our community,” said director of boarding Michael Williams. “They are pioneers and will be the foundation of this program for years to come.” As the boys arrived on campus, they were greeted by upper school faculty and administrators, Headmaster Chris Post and a group of upper school boys, who made quick work of emptying cars and bringing their belongings to their new dorm rooms. Our new boarding students lost no time getting to know campus, each other and our community. Over the past several weeks, the boys have hiked in the Appalachian Mountains, hit a few balls on the driving range, attended an Orioles game, spent an afternoon team building on a high ropes course and enjoyed a real Baltimore crab feast. “It has been great to witness our day students welcoming our boarders into our tight-knit community and watch how quickly they have adapted to life on Lake Avenue.” said upper school head Brian Mitchell. 6Features
Otis Read III ‘55 Family
CELEBRATING OTIS B. READ III ’55
Artist Kirk Maggio
By: Mac Kennedy On July 20, the Otis Read ’55 portrait was officially unveiled to a crowd of family and friends. Many of Otis’ former colleagues gathered in the Julian S. Smith Alumni House to honor and reminisce about their mentor. Painted by former middle school art teacher Kirk Maggio, the black and white oil painting reveals Otis in the role he played best – teaching and engaging students here at Boys’ Latin. Otis was a BL man most of his life. He entered BL in 1952 and never left. Even during his college years at Johns Hopkins, Otis came back to School to coach athletics. According to the 1955 Maroon and White yearbook, “Oats” always had an “easy manner and bright smile.” The yearbook was quite prophetic; “In future life we…feel certain that Oats will continue to gain new friends and recognition in scholastics and athletics because of his glowing personality and strong character.” Otis started his teaching career at BL in 1957 coaching the 130 pound six-man football team. In the winter of 1957-1958 Otis coached the junior varsity basketball team and in 1960 served as the assistant varsity lacrosse coach under his old coach and mentor, Okey O’Connor
decided he would not be a part of the new school; however, he did insist that the new BL include Otis Read. O’Connor saw the importance of BL continuing WITH Otis Read and his financial involvement included that stipulation. Otis was here on 822 West Lake Avenue, greeting the new students in the fall of 1960. And he was still here up until his death in 2012. Otis did it all: teaching English, history, biology, science, directing the summer school, coaching varsity basketball, JV football and JV lacrosse, heading the middle school for 30 years and last serving as the Associate Headmaster for Facilities. For over half a century Otis was a positive presence here at BL, and the School is a better place because of him. He helped countless Lakers navigate the difficult period between lower school and high school and all of us who knew him still miss him, and always will appreciate his guidance and influence. The Otis Read portrait will hang in the middle school.
BL hit a crossroad in the spring of 1960. The School’s property on Brevard Street was designated for urban renewal and the School was forced to either relocate or cease operations. The relocation process was long and arduous, and when the Lake Avenue site was finally selected, Okey O’Connor
Aidan Silverman ’21was known by peers and teachers as one of the hardest working students at Boys’ Latin. His books would invariably contain twice as many notes as anyone else’s. His one-page responses often turned into two or three. For the entirety of his journey from kindergarten through twelfth grade, he could count on his friends for good- natured ribbing: “How much did you write this time?” they would ask him, or “How long did you spend studying for this quiz?” But Aidan would laugh off such comments with a self-effacing grin. He knew that for every assignment, he wanted to go the extra mile. “I started to like being known as the kid who got good grades,” he reflected after graduating from BL in June, “I’m happy with the way I worked and with my work ethic. I ended up embracing that try-hard mentality.” Starting around his junior year, Aidan recalls that other students, especially freshmen and sophomores, would approach him for tutoring. He was proud that his strong academic track record led others to seek him out, and was happy to drop everything for a peer in need. Most often, they solicited his guidance for science and math classes. (Although he earned strong grades in every academic subject, Aidan perhaps excelled most in math: he won the Boyd F. Winkelblech Award for Excellence in Math at the end of his senior year.) As he progressed through high school, Aidan began to see his potential for leadership in several areas. He was selected to attend Senior Retreat as a junior, an honor reserved for only a handful of students, and returned twice the following year as a student leader. “Getting to know the seniors and the faculty on that first retreat was just incredible,” he says, “I knew it was an experience I wanted my classmates to have, too.”
By his senior year, Aidan, along with Ian McAslan ’21, also stepped into a leadership role as the copresident of the One Love Club, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about healthy relationships. “It’s important that this club has a presence at BL,” says Aidan, “Relationship violence is an issue that affects everyone, men and women.” Aidan was a leader on the soccer team last fall as well, in a season that was vastly truncated due to the pandemic. In his second season on varsity, he started every game. He was also a member of the varsity lacrosse team for two seasons. Ms. Megan Kenney, director of counseling, worked closely with Aidan in her capacity as faculty sponsor of the One Love Club. She attests to his strength as a leader. “Aidan is a creative thinker and problem solver when it comes to running meetings,” she said, “Even during a difficult time Aidan tried to get creative and make the meetings fun, interactive, and educational all at the same time.” She added that he was “kind, compassionate, and supportive” in his role as a senior retreat leader. After thirteen years on Lake Avenue, Aidan has left BL a better place. This fall, Aidan matriculated to the University of Virginia, and we have no doubt that he’ll bring his academic diligence and steady leadership to the UVA community.
AIDAN SILVERMAN ‘21 By: Alex Barron
CALDECOTT PANELIST MS. FAVERS BRINGS EXPERIENCE TO THE LOWER SCHOOL LIBRARY Every year, a select group of thirteen to sixteen children’s librarians gather to determine the book that will receive the Caldecott Award. The renowned award, first given in 1938, recognizes the “most distinguished American picture book for children.” An appointment to the selection committee is perhaps the highest honor that can be achieved by a children’s librarian. This year’s panel is composed of just sixteen representatives nationwide and will include Boys’ Latin’s own lower school librarian, Eiyana Favers. Ms. Favers is excited and grateful for the opportunity – “It’s going to be a lot of fun,” she says, with trademark humility – but knows that the honor was the result of hard work behind the scenes. She completed the prestigious Bill Morris Seminar, sponsored by the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) which teaches librarians how to best evaluate books for their collections. She also participated actively in Capital Choices, a group of librarians and other educators who work together to create lists of outstanding titles for children and teens.
FACULTY SPOTLIGHT EIYANA FAVERS By: Alex Barron
Librarians like Ms. Favers take great care in considering potential recipients of the Caldecott Award. She reads piles of books, of course. Her committee is tasked with choosing from the pool of books that will be published in 2022, but some advanced copies have already started to trickle in several months early. Preliminary meetings began in July. “One of the things about the Caldecott Book is that a lot of times educators have the expectation that the award will go to the most loved book. The best story. That isn’t always the case,” she says, “We aren’t looking at
popularity; we’re looking at content.” Prior to Ms. Favers’ arrival at BL last fall, she worked for twenty-two years in Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Library System, as an Early Literacy Outreach Specialist. In that role, she visited city schools, Head Start programs, and other community organizations, where she introduced children to books in order to instill a love and appreciation for reading. “I like the challenge of being able to find books and stories that [children] will like based on their age range,” she says, “I can usually steer them towards something I like, that’s appropriate for their age.” Now that she has found a home at BL, Ms. Favers says she looks forward to developing relationships with the boys, and watching their progress as they journey through the lower school and upward. “Working with children every day I get to see them. I get to learn what their likes and dislikes are,” she says, “I get to support them.” According to upper school librarian Claire Ricci, Ms. Favers has already been a valuable asset to the team. “Young boys are especially able to sense when someone is genuine and our youngest Lakers are spot-on in connecting to Ms. Favers,” she says, “[She] more than meets their needs, modeling reading as a means of accessing information, expanding world view, developing empathy and as a pleasurable escape.”
DYSON P. EHRHARDT ’59 WINS THE FIRST JACK H. WILLIAMS AWARD
By: Mac Kennedy There is no doubt Boys’ Latin School is a better place because of Dyson Ehrhardt. Last year Boys’ Latin celebrated Dyson’s 60 years of service to the School. In every way, Dyson and Boys’ Latin are one in the same. It is hard to think of one without the other, and, perhaps, that is why many have come to consider him affectionately as “Mr. Boys’ Latin.” There isn’t anything he wouldn’t do for the School and for the BL family, and his compassion for, and mentoring of countless Lakers for countless years have endeared him to all of his fellow alumni. At April’s virtual event The Lake Show – A Night on the Lake, Dyson received the first Jack H. Williams ‘38 Award, given annually to a member of the Boys’ Latin community, who exhibited selfless dedication, exemplified compassion towards others and embodied an exceptional personal commitment to the well-being of the School. This individual exhibits the same qualities as Jack Williams, Former Headmaster, who contributed substantially to the School, 14 Features
improving the lives of BL students and the Boys’ Latin community, while living the School’s motto - Esse Quam Videri - “to be rather than to seem.” During The Lake Show, Maryland’s Governor Hogan proclaimed: On behalf of the entire State of Maryland, I, Larry Hogan, Governor of Maryland, wish to send the State of Maryland’s, and my deepest and most heartfelt congratulations to you, Dyson P. Ehrhardt, for your 60 years of service to The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland. You have been a teacher, coach, administrator, mentor and friend to thousands of Lakers since 1962 and I know how much you are loved in the BL community. Dyson, again congratulations on an incredible career. Dyson’s contributions to the school are immeasurable and Boys’ Latin will forever be grateful for his dedication and devotion to the School. He remains to this day “Mr. BL.” 15
UNDER THE BIG TOP CELEBRATING OUR STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF AND OUR ALUMNI. By: Stephanie McLoughlin The spring of 2020-2021 was a time of great joy on Lake Avenue. A 12,000 square foot tent, aka The Big Top, adorned the front lawn of Williams Hall, creating a space to celebrate the resilience and spirit of our community. Under The Big Top, we hosted more than fifteen events to celebrate our students, faculty and staff and our alumni. Along with our 177th Commencement, fifth and eighth grade moving up ceremonies and Homecoming (featured later in the magazine), we hosted a number of smaller events. “Our boys have worked so hard under very difficult circumstances and our community’s support and generosity have been inspiring,” said Headmaster Chris Post. “We were thrilled to be able to celebrate the boys across all divisions and host so many members of our community on campus.” The Fifth Grade Tie Ceremony marks a significant milestone in the boys’ journey on Lake Avenue, as it is when fifth graders received their first-ever BL tie. Mr. Post spoke about how the tie connects them to all the alumni and students who have come before and those who will follow.
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It was a beautiful morning for the Senior Mother-SonBreakfast, a long-standing BL tradition. The breakfast was a great celebration of the Class of 2021 and the special role that moms have played in their sons’ journey. We were thrilled to welcome back members of the Class of 2020 and their families to celebrate their resilience and to simply provide them with the opportunity to spend time with each other and members of the BL community. Senior prom also took place under the celebration tent. There were food trucks, a magician, carnival games, ax throwing (the axes were inflatable, of course), a DJ and lots of dancing. The evening was an instant hit! All of our employees joined us for our Faculty and Staff Appreciation event to recognize faculty service awards, those retiring and all the incredible work that has happened over the past fourteen months. Faculty that retired in 2020 also returned to campus to join in the celebration and be recognized for their service to the School. Over the past year, every member of our community helped turn obstacles into opportunities and ensured that our boys were engaged, connected and thriving and for that, we are grateful.
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2021!
By: Stephanie McLoughlin
On June 5, 2021, Boys’ Latin hosted our 177th Commencement, as family, faculty, trustees and friends gathered in front of Williams Hall under a 12,000 square foot tent, aka the Big Top, to celebrate the graduates. We were thrilled to create an event consistent with the Commencements of years past to honor the hard work and resilience of the Class of 2021. As is tradition, the class of 2021 lined up for their final walk as a class. The bagpiper leading the procession began to play, signaling that it was time to start. The boys – each wearing his Commencement bow tie – walked together joined, by faculty, staff, administrators and the board of trustees into a sea of proud parents and smiling faces. This year’s valedictorian, Eddie Loyd, gave the Commencement address in which he spoke about the impact different experiences have on each of us and the
resilience of the Class of 2021. “To my brothers in the class of 2021, we may fail something once. Yet, it does not mean we will fail again. I know this lesson is inside each one of you as we have witnessed with pride your accomplishments, but do not ever forget this lesson,” said Loyd. Before the presentation of the diploma, Headmaster Chris Post shared a reflection on the journey of each and every member of the Class of 2021 and the contributions he has made to Boys’ Latin. “Our School is built on deep meaningful relationships. My personalized remarks are a personification of our commitment to ensuring every boy is known, cherished and loved for who he is,“ says Mr. Post. We wish this amazing class all the best on the next chapter of their journey. We can’t wait to see what comes next.
GRADUATION AWARDS JULIAN AND CAROLYN SMITH ALUMNI AWARD Jonathan Elliott ’21
JACK H. WILLIAMS AWARD Vinny Arthur ’21
J. ELWOOD PETER AWARD Justin Kagen ’21
VALEDICTORIAN Eddie Loyd ’21
FACULTY AWARDS Mac Booth Amare Conley Harry Genth Neelen McMillan Ethan Rak Bilal Razzak Jamarr Watson 18
AB INITIO NOBISCUM “WITH US FROM THE BEGINNING” John Bryan Jerry Carter Elliott Daniels Julian Ferrandi John Fishel Myles Fresnel Charles Godin T’Khai Hogan
Justin Illiano Justin Kagen Ian McAslan Martin Rowen Pierce Rubin Riar Schell Aidan Silverman Avery Tankersly Campus News 19
LOWER SCHOOL AWARDS WOODWARD AWARD Connor Keller JACK H. WILLIAMS AWARD Keno Brown Jr. BETTY BANGHART AWARD Sebastian Clark
MOVING UP: 5TH & 8TH GRADE CEREMONIES
FREDERICK A. HAHN AWARD Jude Arrowsmith LOWER SCHOOL FACULTY AWARD Ashton Beal
By: Stephanie McLoughlin
On June 9, 2021, we celebrated our thirty-two fifth graders on their successful completion of BL lower school. Families joined us under the ‘Big Top’ to recognize the Class of 2028. Headmaster Chris Post and head of lower school Greg Schnitzlein shared remarks. Mr. Post reflected on the leadership role the boys have played in the lower school this year and their remarkable commitment to the Boys’ Latin community and to each other. Mr. Schnitzlein talked about an ambitious fifth grade project that culminated in an EQV (Esse quam videri - To be rather than to seem) video where the boys answered the question, what do I want others to know about me? “These themes speak to the character, imagination and experiences of a truly exceptional group of young men,” said Schnitzlein. Every year lower school teachers write personalized messages to each fifth grader. This year, Mr. Schnitzlein shared excerpts from these letters as part of the ceremony. Reflecting their time in the lower school and the contributions they have made to the Boys’ Latin community, the excerpts were a bit reminiscent of Mr. Post’s graduation remarks. We can’t wait to follow this remarkable class on their Boys’ Latin journey. On Tuesday, June 8, families gathered under our celebration tent for the eighth grade closing exercises. As is tradition, the class of 2025 20
celebrated the completion of middle school and their journey to the upper school by crossing the bridge to the north campus, where they were welcomed by Headmaster Chris Post, upper school head Brian Mitchell and assistant headmaster and chief financial officer, Sean Kriebel. The boys then made their way to the front of the tent, where they heard remarks from Mr. Post, middle school head Brandon Mollet and incoming middle school head, Pen Vineyard. Brandon Mollett, who concludes his ninth year at the helm of the middle school and will be moving into the role of academic dean, reminded the boys that it is not situations that define them but their character and their passion. “You are a special class because of who you are, not because of the circumstances that surround you. You are a class of scholars and athletes. A class of leaders and teammates. You are creative and passionate. You are a competitive class who valued the competition on the field as much as the friendly competition to be the best student in the classroom.” Incoming middle school head Pen Vineyard reflected on the role each and every member the eighth grade class played in the success of the 2020-2021 school year. “You are adaptable and resilient, sometimes significantly more so than we adults. Your steadiness in no small part is what made this school year so successful. You didn’t weather this school year--you thrived.”
MIDDLE SCHOOL AWARDS JACK H. WILLIAMS AWARD Charlie London MAROON AND WHITE HONOR AWARD Jonah Stockton DALE W. SEHNERT AWARD Max Woelper FACULTY AWARD Eli Holder Frankie Johnston GEORGE SHIPLEY MEMORIAL AWARD Max Woelper IMPROVEMENT AWARD 8TH Benny Laupert
To the Class of 2025, welcome to the upper school!
SPRING SPORTS HIGHLIGHTS VARSITY BASEBALL
What a year it was for Boys’ Latin baseball! The Lakers captured the MIAA B Conference championship with a thrilling win over St. Pauls, 7-6, giving the Laker 9 their fourth title in the last five years. The Lakers entered the conference tournament as the #1 seed and defeated Our Lady of Mt Carmel School, St. John’s Catholic Prep, and St. Paul’s School in their first three playoffs games. As the tournament was double elimination, in the fourth game of the playoffs, the Lakers met St. Paul’s once again and this time suffered a tough loss. That set the stage for a remarkable MIAA “B” Conference title game, with the Lakers taking on the Crusaders for the third time in the playoffs. Led by great pitching, hitting and field play, the Lakers came out victorious with a hard-fought 7-6 win. The boys finished their season at 14-6 overall and with a 9-2 in-conference record.
The golf season went exceptionally well. The Lakers advanced to the semifinals versus Annapolis Area Christian School (AACS) but lost in a close match, 11.5 - 9.5.
Coach Bill Greenwell
The class of 2021 provided leadership both on and off the field. Led by senior stand-outs second baseman and captain Harry Genth, captain and shortstop Jack Fishel, third baseman and closer Charlie Godin, and pitchers Liam Karey and Ian McAslan, the Lakers could not be denied. Senior JT Windle was also stellar with the bat and behind the plate, and Vinny Arthur did a great job in middle relief. Junior centerfielder Kaden Lymon, Peter Makris, and Braeden Hammett had great playoffs runs, and we look forward to their return next season. Again, congratulations to all the coaches and players for a great season!
Coach Doug Nicholas
Sophomore MVP Nick Johnson was the most consistent golfer throughout the season and was named ALL MIAA. Junior Michael Gilden and freshman Mason Paul were the Mason Champion award recipients, and Bennett English ’24 was the most improved player. Sophomore Ben Thomas won the Lubke Award winner. Conor Evans ’21 captained and was a strong leader throughout the season. The team completed the season with a strong 8-4 in-conference record. Congratulations to the 2021 BL golf team on a winning season. The team is looking forward to a strong returning squad in the 2021-2022 season and will build on this year’s success.
VARSITY LACROSSE Coach Brian Farrell
Boys’ Latin captured the coveted MIAA A Conference crown! It was the first title since 2014 and the 11th title in BL history. In the nation’s toughest league, the gritty and resilient #5 seeded Lakers won three one-goal games against Loyola Blakefield (8-7), #1 seed McDonogh (13-12), and Archbishop Spalding (9-8). Our Laker overcame a 6-4 deficit in the thrilling penultimate title match and survived a late rush by the upstart Cavaliers. The game ended with another one-goal victory for the Lakers and a final score of 9-8. History has shown that in the MIAA, seniors win championships. And twentyone senior Laker gladiators proved
their mettle and certainly earned a spot in our lacrosse history books.
to all the players and coaches on a truly magical season.
Captain and attacker Ben Smith was named ALL MIAA and an Under Armour (UA) All American; he was also the title game Offensive MVP, assist leader, and played in the Nike National All Star senior game. Defenseman Eddie Loyd ’21 was a captain and had an ALL MIAA season leading a depleted defensive unit. Gavin McClernan ‘21 and sophomore Nate Crouse were the most improved players. Injured midfielder Avery Tankersley ‘21 won the General Gelston award for his unique contribution to the team. Injured senior defenseman and Captain AJ Hernandez and backup GK Xander O’Malley ‘21 were recipients of the John. E. Ehrhardt Award for team spirit. ALL MIAA junior attackmen Dom Pietramala and Smith won the Creator’s Game award. Midfielder Mac Moreland ‘21, our face off specialist, had a great championship run and won our ground ball award. Seniors Riar Schell and Matt Greaver won the Steve Dubin Unsung Hero award. Senior attackman Garrett Glatz had a tremendous year and was also a captain.
VARSITY TENNIS Coach Jim Magee
The varsity tennis team had a strong showing this season, qualifying for the MIAA “B” Conference semifinals while finishing with a 4-3 record and earning a #4 seed in the playoffs. The Lakers handily beat Archbishop Spalding 5-0 in the quarterfinals but went on to suffer a tough loss to the undefeated and eventual league champion Park Bruins, 4-1. Senior captain John Bryan was the team MVP and earned ALL MIAA in both singles and doubles. Ben Peake ’21 was also named ALL MIAA in doubles. Bilal Razzak ’21 was the most improved player of the season and a fellow captain. Finn Hopkins ’22 was the spirit award winner. The 2021 tennis team fought hard throughout the season and should be commended for their attitudes and passion for the game. Congratulations to the players, coaches and parents.
Head Coach Brian Farrell, who earned his first title in his sixth year at the helm, was named the Varsity Sports Network (VSN) Co-Coach of the Year. The Lakers finished their season with a mark of 9-4 conference record, 10-4 overall. Congratulations 23
lemonade from lemons,” she reflected afterward, “Just because you’ve always done it one way doesn’t mean that’s the way it has to be.” To view the virtual upper school art show, go to: www. boyslatinmd.com/arts/finearts.
DRAMA DEPARTMENT MOVES FROM STAGE TO RADIO WITH WAR OF THE WORLDS Masks and social distance guidelines presented obvious challenges to hosting live theater this year, but drama teacher Gina Molling is nothing if not resourceful. Instead of producing the traditional liveaction play, she and senior directors Jonathan Elliott and Vinny Arthur worked together to recreate War of the Worlds, Orson Welles’ iconic 1938 radio play. By: Alex Barron
MIDDLE SCHOOL DAY OF SERVICE
UPPER SCHOOL ART SHOW
At Boys’ Latin, we believe that a life-changing education calls for students to explore new realms and to look beyond themselves. One of the goals of our new middle school head, Pen Vineyard, is to expose students to the world outside of Lake Avenue by creating community partnerships. It was this desire that inspired the middle school’s first annual Day of Service.
The upper school art show was one of many events that looked a little different this year. The annual event usually takes place in Smith Hall, but when the pandemic rendered an indoor show impossible, upper school art teacher Amy Digges looked elsewhere.
The idea was for students to take part in several types of service projects in the Baltimore area. The middle school partnered with Jewish Volunteer Connection (JVC) to link Boys’ Latin with several local not-for-profit organizations. Together, students assembled three hundred lunches for Our Daily Bread, which serves hot meals to those experiencing hunger, and three hundred fifty hygiene kits for My Sister’s Place, which aids victims of domestic violence. Meanwhile, a group of eighth-graders journeyed to Bethel Farm Lab, an urban farm located in the East Baltimore neighborhood of Oliver. There, they helped plant crops and beautified the area by cleaning up an adjacent alley. For Mr. Vineyard, the day was a success and an extension of BL’s core values. “For us to be able to work with the broader community,” he said, “that’s living our motto Esse Quam Videri, to be rather than to seem.” 24 Campus News
Using a platform called Art Steps, Ms. Digges created a virtual gallery to display upper school student art. She taught her students to photograph their artwork effectively and uploaded it to the platform, allowing viewers to zoom in on details and observe pieces from all angles. The art show’s digital format also allowed students to record audio commentary, which accompanied some of their work, providing insight into their inspiration and artistic process.
Mrs. Molling and her directors were excited to try their hand at a new dramatic format, but they knew the project would present its own share of challenges. “It was a new technical adventure for all of us,” said Mrs. Molling, “On stage, action produces effect and moves the plot forward. But with [a radio play], everyone is just sitting in front of a microphone, so we need to use our imaginations to turn it into an authentic experience.”
Kennedy, Mac Kennedy, Mac McDonald, and upper school head Brian Mitchell, acting as Orson Welles himself. To Mrs. Molling, the success of War of the Worlds spoke to the strength of the student directors, the help and support of the community and the enduring power of theater to unite people. Afterward, she reflected “People really came together to make this happen. We gathered together and put on a hat, and did the best we possibly could.”
SLEDDING AT SCHOOL? YOU BET! Creativity and flexibility have become a bit of a mantra in the lower school, finding new and meaningful experiences for the boys but maybe, more importantly, ways for the boys to have fun! When the snow hit this winter, lower school head Greg Shnitzlein knew just what to do, let the boys go sledding! Kindergarten through 5th graders headed out to the western campus during recess to be the first group of BL students to tackle the hills. All had a great time, and you could hear the squeals of joy and laughter fill our snowcovered campus. They can’t wait for next year!
A large cast of voice actors included students from all four upper school grades as well as faculty members Rebecca Pollard, Claire Ricci, Joyce Barnett, Lee
The actual presentation took the form of a Scavenger Hunt competition between advisories. Each advisory was required to answer a series of questions about the pieces on display. “The best way to engage the boys in art was to make it a contest,” said Ms. Digges. The art show encompassed multiple media: as each advisory explored the exhibit and hunted for answers to their questions, they listened to music from the Jazz Ensemble, conducted by Matt Pisarcik. While it wasn’t the art show anyone had envisioned at the beginning of the year, Ms. Digges was pleased with the result, which she said was “more appreciated and better attended” than ever before. “You need to make 25
HOMECOMING & LAKE SHOW By: Mac Kennedy
Homecoming (Alumni & Friends Reception) COVID-19 forced the School to postpone its May Homecoming. However, by June, the restrictions eased a bit and the School rented a fabulous tent. Hundreds of alumni, family, and friends gathered under the “big top” – and in spite of heavy rains – had a grand time. For the first time in two years, the School recognized the individuals who made significant contributions to the Boys’ Latin community over the years.
The Lake Show – A Night on the Lake
program. The night was also filled with fun cocktail recipes, a message from Headmaster Post, a special tour around the newly acquired Western Campus, entertaining trivia, music from the BL Jazz Ensemble and talented BL alumnus Chris Wilcox, as well as the presentation of the first Jack H. Williams ’38 Award to Dyson P. Ehrhardt ‘59. During the video Cal Ripken declared Dyson as the true “Iron Man.” The 45-minute virtual event was a HUGE success netting nearly $100k for the Alumni and Parents’ Associations. Thanks to host Jennifer Gilbert St. John and to EVERYONE who participated in the evening. It was a night to remember.
This past April, the Boys’ Latin Alumni and Parents’ Associations teamed up and virtually presented “The Lake Show – A Night on the Lake.” COVID-19 restrictions prevented the Annual Bull & Oyster Roast from taking place on Lake Avenue for the first time in 60 years, so it was decided to have a virtual event “on campus” to raise funds for these two important organizations. Jennifer Gilbert St. John P’26, retired FOX45 News Anchor, hosted the event that included a fabulous silent auction and other donation opportunities during the
HOMECOMING AWARDS DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS AWARD Bradford G. Y. Carney ’68 Ferdinand H. Onnen, Jr. ’71
JACK KERNS CLEARLY EVIDENT AWARD Gilson D. Rodgers 26 Campus News
HODGES LOYALTY CUP Joyce S. Barnett RALEIGH BRENT ’44 AWARD Philip M. Sheehey HONORARY ALUMNUS Joseph W. Cowan 27
program. The application and selection process is rigorous, but those who are eventually selected to participate in the workshops complete the course with the tools necessary to carry them through the experience of getting a project completed. The primary goal is to help producers with diverse backgrounds overcome the tremendous hurdles of the business. This groundbreaking program helps find those producers who are right on the edge of “getting over the hump.” In doing so, many projects and ideas of these inexperienced and diverse producers become well-polished and ready for the marketplace.
CHARLES P. HOWARD III ‘82 By: Mac Kennedy ‘76
Charles P. Howard III ‘82 is an award-winning 30year creative executive in the film, television, and new media industry. He has extensive experience in leading cross-functional production teams and agency partners in the design, development, execution and delivery of complex integrated digital projects and innovative solutions for entertainment and Fortune 500 clients. Charles has expertise in multi-platform media strategies, graphic web design, full life-cycle production management, analytics, technical and creative writing, presentation design, interactive content, game development, web based applications, CMS programs, mobile apps, virtual and augmented reality, post-production and social media marketing. His production experience is vast. You name it – and he has probably “done” it. Some of his credits include Comic View, Johnny Skidmarks, Spark, Sliders, Pacific Blue, Dead at 21, The Huntress, The X Files, The Seat Filler and Alien III. Charles speaks fondly of his Boys’ Latin days and looks forward to his 40th reunion next spring. He started at BL in the fall of 1974 as a fifth grade student. Known affectionately by his Laker friends as “Chuck,” he played four years of soccer, two on the varsity team. He also earned a varsity letter in wrestling. After graduating from BL he attended the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) and graduated from UMES with a degree in English and Communications. Charles became interested in the film industry and enrolled at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in California and received his MFA in Film Production. He remains involved with Loyola Marymount serving currently as an Adjunct Professor in the School of Film and Television, teaching producing classes in 28 Campus News
the graduate program at the LMU School of Film. He is also a regular guest lecturer for several of Film Independent’s Artist Development programs and their US Department of State sponsored Global Media Makers programs. In addition, he teaches international producing master classes in countries such as Brazil, Taiwan and Jordan. Over the last 15 years, Charles has held a variety of leadership positions with the Producers Guild of America (PGA), having chaired several committees and contributed toward many of their initiatives. He is currently a delegate to the PGA’s New Media Council and a member of the PGA’s National Board of Directors. He chaired the PGA Seminar Committee, producing 120 seminars, master classes and training workshops for PGA members. However, Charles is most passionate about his role as co-chair of the PGA’s Power of Diversity Master Producing Workshop. In 2005, he helped develop this three-month professional development program for rising producers to teach them the skills they will need to be successful in the film and television industry. The workshop is focused specifically on diversity and on teaching aspiring producers how to take projects from creation through post production, distribution, and marketing and especially helps women, minorities, and those with disabilities. Charles was instrumental in developing the hands– on core curriculum for the no-cost program which includes: story and script development, budgeting, scheduling, packaging, pitching the idea, marketing, film finance, traditional social media distribution, brand development and most importantly, business planning. He has been a lead instructor and mentor to over 200 students who have come through his
He knows there is still a long way to go for true diversity in his field, but diverse actors, directors, and producers are starting to get the opportunities and win awards. Charles’ diversity workshops will continue to help those to develop the skills and tools needed to get into the industry and, as Charles stated, “make a change one step at a time and one project at a time.”
During his junior year at Lafayette he flourished, albeit briefly, during the COVID-19 season. JP started four games for the Leopards, showing some dominance during the shortened spring. He ended the 2020 campaign with a 2-1 record over 20.1 innings, fanning 26 batters. He was now catching even more attention from pro baseball scouts. He was scheduled to be drafted in the later rounds during the summer of 2020, but Major League Baseball – still dealing with COVID-19 – decided to shave the draft down to only five rounds. JP had a tough decision looming. Should he return to school for his senior year or opt to go pro? When the Philadelphia Phillies offered him a free agent contract in the summer of 2020 he decided to take the chance and turn pro. He realized that if he didn’t pursue pro ball, he might regret it the rest of his life. He finished school online, while taking the opportunity to pitch professionally. So far, it’s been a great decision. JP started the 2021 season with the low Class A Clearwater Threshers and in June was promoted to the high Class A Phillies affiliate, the Jersey Shore BlueClaws. Through early July, JP had a combined earned run average of 2.53, with 24 strikeouts in 21.1 innings of work over 17 games.
JP WOODWARD ‘17 By: Mac Kennedy ‘76
When southpaw JP Woodward ‘17 pitched for baseball coach Bill Greenwell here at Boys’ Latin, his fastball barely topped 80 mph.
Varsity baseball coach Greenwell recently wrote that JP was always tough to hit. While at BL, “none of our guys wanted to hit against him in scrimmages.” Bill is proud of JP’s work ethic. “[JP] dedicated himself and put in the work and has turned himself into quite a pitcher.”
After graduating from BL, he decided to attend Lafayette College, where his grandfather went and played lacrosse. He asked for and was given the opportunity to try out for the school’s baseball team as a walk-on. A long-shot to make the team, JP prevailed and earned a spot, first as a reliever, then as a starting pitcher. However, pro ball was not on JP’s radar screen. Not yet. His sophomore year he made 12 starts and finished with a 5-7 record in 68.2 innings of work. After his sophomore season, he pitched in the Cape Cod League. As a lefthander and standing six-foot-six, pro scouts began to take note. 29
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 2021
BRADFORD G. Y. CARNEY ’68
BRUCE D. MCLEAN ’75
By: Mac Kennedy ‘76
By: Mac Kennedy ‘76
By: Mac Kennedy ‘76
Brad Carney, son of Blanchard Carney ’41, first came to Boys’ Latin in the fall of 1962, as a seventh grade student. According to the Maroon and White, he was a member of the Student Council his senior year and also served as a senior prefect. In athletics Brad earned three varsity letters, one in football and two in lacrosse.
Ferd Onnen, son of Ferd Onnen, Sr. ’38, first came to Boys’ Latin in the fall of 1964, as a sixth grade student. He grew up in Ruxton and spent his primary school years at the now closed Mt. Washington Country School. According to the Maroon and White, he was a senior prefect and a four-year member of the Athletic Council. He was selected a member of the Varsity Club receiving two letters in football and lacrosse and one letter in wrestling.
Bruce came to Boys’ Latin in the fall of 1971 as a ninthgrade student. Bruce was an excellent student and a member of the National Honor Society for three years. He was also involved in many extra-curricular activities serving as a class officer, a member of the student council, and a member of the Honor Board. Bruce was the Editor of the Maroon and White his senior year and the photography editor and writer for the school newspaper, The Inkwell. He also was a member of the Evert Marsh Topping Debating Society and served as the club’s president his senior year.
After graduating from BL in 1968, Brad headed to the eastern shore to attend Washington College. After earning his degree from WC, he enrolled into the University of Baltimore School of Law. After passing the Bar exam, Brad entered the law profession specializing in real property settlements and related litigation, along with criminal and general civil litigation. He first worked for the law firm of Callahan, Callwell, and Laudeman as a partner then five years later joined the firm of Weinberg and Green for ten years – again as a partner. Since 1996, Brad has been of Counsel with the Towson law firm of Roysten, Mueller, McLean, & Reid LLP. Brad has always remained loyal to Boys’ Latin. He served as President of the Alumni Association and as a member of BL’s Board of Trustees for several years. He gave the School the greatest gift of all, sending his two sons Jason ’96 and Brandon ’00 to Boys’ Latin. The Carney family is one of just a few in BL lacrosse history to have three generations of the same family earn varsity letters. Brad and his wife Gail have been huge supporters of Boys’ Latin for decades and are seen on Boys’ Latin’s campus multiple times a year at various athletic events and social gatherings. It gives Boys’ Latin School great pleasure in naming Bradford G. Y. Carney as the recipient of the 2021 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
FERDINAND H. ONNEN, JR. ’71
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI 2020
After graduating from BL in 1971, Ferd attended Randolph Macon College, graduated in 1975. Ferd’s dad, Ferd Sr., went into the automobile business shortly after returning from World War II. Onnen Motor Sales Inc., originally located across the street from the Towson Courthouse, later became Towson Ford. Ferd took over control after his father’s death turning Towson Ford it into one of the best Ford dealerships around. Ferd ran the business for over 25 years. From 1991 until 2005 he ran Security Nissan and from 1980 until 2008 he ran a car wash called the Towson Washmobile. Just prior to getting out of the auto sales business he founded the commercial real estate development company Tricaz Properties LLC in 2006, where he continues to work today. Like his father, Ferd has always been a leader and he has remained forever loyal to his alma mater, Boys’ Latin. He served as a member of BL’s Board of Trustees from 2000-2008, and sent his two sons to Boys’ Latin; Tripp ’01 and Dietz ‘06. Ferd and Corinne also have a daughter, Catherine Onnen Chasen.
After Bruce graduated from BL he attended Loyola College graduating in 1979 with a B.A. in Business Administration. During his senior year at Loyola he was selected to the Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Bruce has always enjoyed working with people and he decided to enter the corporate banking industry after graduating from Loyola. He had a long and successful career at Mercantile Bank here in Baltimore for over 26 years attaining the position of Senior Vice-President. He retired in 2007 only to return to the banking world in 2010 as a Vice President at Susquehanna Bank, a division of BB&T. In 2016 Bruce decided to retire for good after serving in the Baltimore banking profession for nearly 33 years.
BRIAN H. O’NEIL ’75 By: Mac Kennedy ‘76 Brian came to Boys’ Latin from the Cathedral School in the fall of 1970 as an eighth-grade student. He was involved in many aspects of life on Lake Avenue. He was a senior prefect, a three-year member of the Evert Marsh Topping Debating Club, and a writer for the school newspaper The Inkwell and the Maroon and White yearbook. Brian was a good student and a member of the 1973 It’s Academic team. After graduating from Boys’ Latin, Brian attended Loyola College and graduated in 1979 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. During his senior year he was selected to the Who’s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Shortly thereafter, he began his career as an investment advisor with Merrill Lynch and he now has over 40 years of experience in the business. Brian worked his way up and currently serves as a Senior Vice President at Merrill Lynch. His love for Boys’ Latin School is unconditional and in 2001 he was awarded the coveted John S. B. Hodges ’32 Cup for Loyalty to the School. Brian has always believed in giving back and he has remained involved with the School since his graduation, first serving on the Alumni Association Board and for three years as the Board’s president. He is currently a member of the BL Board of Trustees and serves as the director of the Enrollment Management and Marketing Committee.
Bruce has always been there for BL. He served on the Alumni Board for several years and as its president for two years
When Boys’ Latin has reached out to Brian for help or guidance, he always says “yes!” He has been involved in every capital campaign since the 1980s and is a member of the Jack H. Williams Society, having committed over half a million dollars to Boys’ Latin through the years
Ferd joins his dad on the list of Distinguished Alumni. Ferd Sr. was honored as a Distinguished Alumnus posthumously in the spring of 2004.
In addition, Bruce and Rosemary are members of the Jack H. Williams Society for their cumulative giving through the years and the Esse Quam Videri Society for their including BL in their estate plans. Their son John is also a graduate of BL, Class of 2009.
In addition, Brian and his wife Ann are sponsors of the Ann & Brian O’Neil Scholarship here at BL. Their son Chip, is a member of the Class of 2005.
It gives Boys’ Latin School great pleasure in naming Ferdinand H. Onnen, Jr. as the recipient of the 2021 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
It gives Boys’ Latin School great pleasure in naming Bruce D. McLean as the recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
It gives Boys’ Latin School great pleasure in naming Brian H. O’Neil as the recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
GIVING HIGHLIGHTS CLASS GIFTS $70,563
CLASS OF 2021
CLASS OF 2025
CLASS OF 2028
$4.17 M RAISED
CLASS OF 2011 GREATEST REUNION PARTICIPATION
BOYS’ LATIN SOCIETY $1,550,317
167 DONOR FAMILIES The Boysʼ Latin Society honors our leadership level donors who have given $1,844 or more.
$1,605,713 LAKER FUND
$2,563,741 CAPITAL & ENDOWMENT
PARENTS OF ALUMNI
FACULTY & STAFF
$809,311 588 GIFTS
JACK H. WILLIAMS SOCIETY The Jack H. Williams Society is comprised of donors that have given in excess of $25,000 cumulatively to Boysʼ Latin.
Named and Endowed
GIVING DAYS $119,308
152 GIFTS GIVING TUESDAY
$168,643 168 GIFTS $168,643 JACK H. WILLIAMS 168DAY GIFTS
Dear Alumni, Families and Friends, On behalf of our students, faculty and staff, I want to extend my most sincere gratitude for your generosity during the 2020-2021 school year - a year like no other. It is thanks to your investment in Boys’ Latin that we were able to successfully reimagine how we deliver on our promise to families, ensuring that our boys are connected, engaged and thriving. And despite the impact of the pandemic, your generosity remained as strong as ever. More than 1,360 gifts were made to the School --- representing $4.17M in total support. Your support allowed us to continue to advance our Mission: instilling the values of courage, integrity and compassion in each boy, which today, is more important than ever. Highlights of the giving year include: -
$1,114,657 in unrestricted giving to The Laker Fund $1,605,713 in unrestricted and restricted gifts made to The Laker Fund $2.5M in capital and endowment gifts A 19% increase in total giving (including capital and endowment gifts) over last year A 25% participation rate among alumni --- well above Baltimore and national benchmarks
Please review the pages that follow as we recognize and honor all of the individuals who made this very special year possible. Our gratitude extends beyond what words on a page can convey. As we enter the 2021-2022 academic year, we hope that our existing benefactors will continue to support Boys’ Latin and that many new donors will join the fold. Thank you in advance for your consideration and for your past generosity and support.
JACK H. WILLIAMS JACK H.DAY WILLIAMS DAY
J. Patrick Gugerty ‘83 Associate Headmaster for Advancement
436 GIFTS LAKER - CRUSADER CHALLENGE 33
2020 - 2021 REPORT OF GIVING THE LAKER FUND July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021
Unrestricted Annual Fund Restricted Annual Fund Total Annual Fund Gifts
$1,114,657 $491,056 $1,605,713
CAPITAL AND ENDOWMENT GIFTS
Endowment Capital Total Capital and Endowment
$1,917,021 $646,720 $2,563,741
ALUMNI AND PARENT GIFTS Boys’ Latin is grateful for the many contributions made in the 2020-2021 fiscal year by its Alumni and Parents’ Associations.
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Raised : $47,500 The Lake Show $15,000 Boys’ Latin Golf Outings Supporting: Alumni Scholarships, LocalLive Cameras, Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurial Program (Ortus Program), Alumni Chapter Reunion, Athletics
Annual Fund Capital and Endowment Total Giving
$100,000+ Evert Marsh Topping Club
$50,000 - $99,999 Jack H. Williams ‘38 Club
$1,605,713 $2,563,741 $4,169,454
$25,000 – $49,999 Dyson P. Ehrhardt ’59 Club
$10,000 - $24,999
This report acknowledges the generous support of donors to The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland from July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021. Thank you for continuing the generous tradition of giving back to Boys’ Latin.
John G. Bowling H’10 Club
$5,000 - $9,999
If your name was omitted or misspelled, please notify the Development Office at 410-377-5192.
CAPITAL AND ENDOWMENT CAMPAIGN GIFTS
J. Marshall Bruce Club
$2,500 - $4,999 George Shipley Club
Alban Family Fund of the Baltimore
Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Martin
Mr. and Mrs. A. Skip Miller Sr. ‘76
The Alumni Association
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan DeForest Mollett ‘97
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Bagby ‘82
Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil ‘75
Breakfasts/lunches, Flowers for Senior Mothers, Supported Jack Williams
The Charles T. Bauer Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Derek M. Radebaugh ‘90
Day, Gifts for Parent Volunteers
Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey H. Brent ‘77
The Schluderberg Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Carter CFRE ‘64
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Shaw
Mr. Brooke P. Cottman ‘48 (deceased)
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts ‘07
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cowan
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Ulrich ‘97
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Goldsborough Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. David O. Watts ‘81
Mr. Roland Simons Harvey ‘80
$47,500 The Lake Show
Grants to All Divisions, Faculty & Staff Appreciation Gifts, Divisional
$1,844 - $2,499 Frederick A. Hahn Club
$1,000 - $1,843 William L. Morris Club
$750-$999 Susan B. Szczypinski Club
$500- $749 Doris L. Regan Club
$250 - $500 A. Mason “Mace” LeBrun ’33 Club
$100 - $249 Otis B. Read ’55 Club
Young Alumni Leadership Club (within 10 years of graduation)
JACK H. WILLIAMS SOCIETY Cumulative gifts of $25,000 or more to The Laker Fund entitle one membership in the Jack H. Williams Society. Jack Williams, a 1938 Boys’ Latin alumnus, led the effort to find the property to build Boys’ Latin School on the grounds where it is located today. A practicing attorney, Jack left his law firm in 1962 to become Boys’ Latin’s second headmaster on Lake Avenue. Donors who consistently and generously give to Boys’ Latin, as Jack Williams did, become members of this society named in his honor. $250,000 + Dottie and James C. Alban III H’13 Theodore W. Bauer H’17 Deborah and John G. Eckenrode, Jr. Paula and W. Kyle Gore ’80 Janet Bauer Hartman Nancy and Henry H. Hopkins H’03 Angela and Gregory S. Horning H’16 C. Duff Hughes ’76 Cary and Warner P. Mason, Sr. H’12 Barbara May Rachel and Walker S. Mygatt H’16 Ann and Brian H. O’Neil ’75 Anne and Steven E. Simms H’10 David D. Smith ’68 Frances and J. Duncan Smith ’73 Melissa and Robert E. Smith ’81 The Spahn Family Eileen Wilcox H’19 $100,000 + Chandler and Richard H. Bagby ’82 Mary Jane Blaustein H’17 Katherine and James R. Brooks ’73 The Estate of Leora Colbert Diane and Philip C. Federico ’75 Mary and Herbert D. Frerichs, Jr. Louis R. Fritz ’77 Mary Bee and L. Myrton Gaines II ’74 Thomas M. Gaines ’82 Kris and Michael C. Gitlin Bonnie and Robert V. Gothier, Jr. Charles F. Haugh Shannon and Nicholas G. King Georgette D. Kiser Nicole and Henry A. Lederer ’80 Jennifer and Ross M. Levin ’89 Sara and Robert W. Martin Julie and Ryan McClernan ’85 Joan and J. Huston McCollough II ’69 Rosemary and Bruce D. McLean ’75 Jenny and Jonathan P. Murray H’13 Natalie and Matthew D. Nichols Pamela and Thomas F. O’Neil, Jr. Diane W. Parker Pen Pendleton III ’76 Joan and Gary A. Pyne Gail and James S. Riepe Patricia and Robert M. Rubino Laury and Lewis A. Scharff Kitty Simpson James F. Talbert ’76 Jill and David A. Ward H’19 Colleen and David E. Waters ’69 $25,000 +
Garland and James C. Alban IV H’18 Anonymous Delia and Bruce A. Baggan Eleanora G. Baird Sharron and Herbert M. Bank George F. Barker ’82 Anne and J. Dixon Bartlett III ’80 Harriet and James E. Berg Frank E. Berger Catherine Bishop and Daniel Marino Jennifer and Charles F. Black, Sr. ’73 Jeannine and John F. Black Jean and Edward F. Blake, Jr. Monica and Michael T. Bordick Alison and Brian J. Brennan Debi and Geoffrey H. Brent ’77 Raleigh Brent III ’72 Ellen and Douglas W. Brinkley Ann and Brian W. Brooke Sana and Andrew M. Brooks Julia and Charles A. Bryan Fran and James A. Callahan, Jr. ’71 Jean A. Campbell Gail and Bradford G. Y. Carney ’68 Carol and Robert E. Carter ’64 Susan Cashman Pat and John R. Cochran III Ozzie and Joseph Cowan H’21 Eileen and George W. Cox H’13 Barbara and Frank F. Daily III ’77 Terri and Thomas O. Daly ’78 Deborah and Mark M. Deering ’72 Charon and Alexius A. Dyer III ’74 Janet and Mark V. Dyer Caroline and Dyson P. Ehrhardt ’59 Jody and Daniel W. Evans Elinor Feiss Terri and J. Douglas Floccare Ronald Frank Phyllis and Louis F. Friedman Samuel H. Friedman ’91 Linda and Brandon Gaines ’72 Beth and W. Lee Gaines, Jr. Anne and William R. Gee Susan and Jeffrey J. Glibert ’68 Jean Glose Dotty and Leslie E. Goldsborough, Jr. H’14 Carol and Mark A. Goodman Kathy and Roger L. Gray Jr. Kate and James R. Grieves, Jr. ’76 Kate and J. Patrick Gugerty ’83 Linda and G. Todd Guntner ’72 Shelly Hairston-Jones and Keith Hairston Roland S. Harvey ’80 Harold G. Hathaway III ’66 Laurie and Drew M. Haugh ’77 Lisa Hawkins Ruby and Robert W. Hearn Lisa and Michael S. Higgins ’74 Jennifer and Matthew Hitt
Laurie and Brian D. Holman Kitty and Charles M. Holub Elizabeth Hughes Margaret Hupfeldt Rudy and Shawn P. Hurley Kelly and Christopher Jarvis Mary Beth and Frank S. Jones, Jr. ’77 Francie and John J. Keenan Jessica and Daniel C. Keith H’08 Anne and Donald W. Kellerman, Jr. Richard B. Kelly ’70 Nancy Kemp Stephanie and Harry R. Kleiser Pat and Louis J. Kousouris, Jr. ’64 Debi and William M. Krulak, Jr. Alicia and Robert D. Kunisch, Sr. Michelle and Robert D. Kunisch, Jr. Robert W. Lange Nancy and John G. Larkin Eric T. Levin ’88 Jill and Eric M. Levitt Kay and Craig Lewis Amy and Victor J. Lizana Douglas K. Loizeaux ’68 Anastasiya and Joe Lorenz IV Michele and Louis Marchese Nancy and Jeffrey C. Mason ’81 Guy J. Matricciani, Jr. ’81 Janney McComas Betty and David W. Meese ’55 Barbara and Adam H. Miller Amber and Jason E. Miller Julie and A. Skip Miller, Sr.’76 Louise and J. William Miller ’62 Elizabeth S. Mitchell Jill and James A. Mitchell ’87 Sharon and Thomas W. Mitchell ’56 Dort and Richard C. Mollett ’69 Samantha and Ryan D. Mollett ’97 Beth and Mark Moxley ’88 Dessie Moxley Colleen and Thomas P. Mulroy Katherine and William P. Murphy Susan and Robert B. Naeny ’73 Patricia and Louis J. Nicholas David G. Noble ’54 Barbara Voss Noell and Charles E. Noell Elizabeth and Andrew M. Obrecht ’75 Ingrid and Donald F. Obrecht, Jr. ’78 Betsy and David Oestreicher Susan Ohrenschall Corinne and Ferdinand H. Onnen, Jr. ’71 Shelle and Jeffrey H. Owen Hayley and Thomas W. Parker ’82 Ashley and J. Clark Parriott, Jr. Merle and Thomas B. Peace ’65 Wendy and Adam Peake T. Scott Pendleton ’72 Vincent Piccinini Amie and Christopher J. Post
Diane and Jeffrey Powers Margaret-Mary and T. Michael Preston ’75 Stephanie and Derek M. Radebaugh ’90 Nancy Radebaugh George J. Rayburn ’84 Julie and William F. Regine Vernon A. Reid, Jr. Laura and John H. Rice III Maryann and Robert B. Rice Holly and James M. Riordan Therese and James F. Roberts Lynn and William S. Roohan Albert William Rubeling, Jr. H’09 Bonnie and Bruce P. Sawyer Ann and Timothy C. Scheve Sue Shriver Donna and John W. Sieverts H’07 Donna Smith Venice K. Paterakis and Frederick Gerstell Smith ’67 Cheryl and Andrew M. Snyder Sherri and Peter B. Snyder Julia and Stephen L. Snyder Ann and Charles C. Stieff ’74 Valerie and Paul R. Stierhoff ’77 Suzanne and Joseph A. Sullivan James G. Thomas, Jr. ’81 Ellen Voelkel J. Timothy Voelkel ’76 Stacy and Christopher J. Walsh Nancy and David O. Watts ’81 Nancy Webster
Carol and Thomas W. Winstead, Jr. Cherie and Thomas E. Winter Kim and John D. Wolff Deb Wood F. Christian Zinkhan ’75 DECEASED: Kate Berger Raleigh Brent II ’44 William Gill Brooks ’45 Edmund Cashman Brooke P. Cottman ’48 Angelo N. D’Anna Louis A. Demely, Jr. ’46 Willis S. Drummer Stephen W. Feiss Emma and W. Lee Gaines, Sr. ’42 J. Frederick Glose ’45 Curran W. Harvey, Jr. Charles F. Hughes, Jr. William G. Hupfeldt, Sr. ’44 Robert W. Lehr ’71 Guy J. Matricciani, Sr. William H. May ’60 Myles R. McComas, Jr. James E. McDonnell II ’45 Barton S. Mitchell H’07 Carolyn S. Obrecht Dorothy H. Ohrenschall Robert F. Ohrenschall ’44 John Radebaugh
Rosalind Plummer-Reid Frances and George M. S. Riepe, Sr. ’40 David W. Roszel ’39 Dolly and Joseph W. Sener, Sr. ’44 Eugene Servary ’43 George M. Shriver III ’50 Howard R. Simpson ’44 Carolyn B. Smith Ronald L. Spahn ’58 Priscilla and Charles C. Stieff II Mary Jean and Oliver S. Travers H’16 Kathryn and Joseph R. B. Tubman ’45 James McC. Webster, Jr. ’55 Brian E. Wilcox Jonathan B. Wood NEW MEMBERS: Melanie and Paul L. Baker ’84 Maya and Steven S. Brooks Diane and Mark G. Dorney ’74 Roberta and Scott Fader Wesley and Tom Finnerty ’82 Gretchen and Keith A. Gertsen ’88 Ryan Grimes Daniel A. Lucas ’03 Lynne and Joseph T. Mallon, Jr. Dana and S. Morris Murray ’72 Leslie and Harry W. Rodgers IV ’74 Leigh and Roy A. Smith III ’85 Jenn and Jeffrey S. Vitelkites “H” – Honorary Alumnus
ESSE QUAM VIDERI SOCIETY Esse Quam Videri, “To be, rather than to seem,” the school motto, is the name given to the society established to recognize those who fondly remember the School by including Boys’ Latin in their estate plans. Class of 1934 *Page Edmunds II
Class of 1954 *John H. Croker
Class of 1935 *Andrew J. Young III
Class of 1955 *James McC. Webster David W. Meese
Class of 1939 David W. Roszel Class of 1940 *George M.S. Riepe Class of 1941 *Strother B. Marshall Class of 1943 *Eugene Servary Class of 1944 *Raleigh Brent II *Robert F. Ohrenschall *Joseph W. Sener, Jr. *Howard R. Simpson Class of 1945 *James E. McDonnell Class of 1946 *Louis A. Demely Class of 1948 *Harry L. Hogan *Brooke P. Cottman Class of 1950 Timothy T. Pohmer Class of 1952 *John H. Ehrhardt III
Class of 1956 Thomas W. Mitchell Class of 1958 Ronald L. Spahn Class of 1959 Dyson P. Ehrhardt
Class of 1973 Charles F. Black, Sr. C. Randall Deering Stuart D. “Dusty” Farber Class of 1973 Linda and G. Todd Guntner Class of 1974 Scott E. Huber Class of 1975 Philip C. Federico Bruce D. McLean
Class of 1964 Robert E. Carter
Class of 1976 J. McDonald Kennedy, Jr J. Timothy Voelkel
Class of 1965 Harry C. Bowie III
Class of 1979 Stephen M. Dubin
Class of 1966 Harold G. Hathaway III
Class of 1983 J. Patrick Gugerty
Class of 1968 Michael G. Trawinski
Class of 1984 Thomas G. Blair
Class of 1970 Richard B. Kelly
Class of 1986 Michael D. LeBlanc
Class of 1971 *Robert W. Lehr
Class of 1993 Jarrett B. Leeb Dennis H. Weinman
Class of 1972 G. Todd Guntner William A. Niermann, Jr.
Honorary Alumni: *John G. Bowling H’10 Gregory S. Horning H’16 Walker S. Mygatt H’16
Albert W. Rubeling, Jr. H’09 John W. Sieverts H’07 Past Parents: *Angelo D’Anna Anne D. Gee *Bettie R. Hill Angela & Gregory S. Horning H’16 Rachael & Walker S. Mygatt H’16 *Carolyn S. Obrecht Jill & David A. Ward Faculty & Staff: *John G. Bowling H’10 Jean A. Campbell William S. Dingledine Stephen M. Dubin ’79 Dyson P. Ehrhardt ’59 *William B. Endres Armand F. Girard J. Patrick Gugerty ’83 Anne P. Kellerman J. McDonald Kennedy, Jr. ’76 John W. Sieverts H’07 Friends of Boys’ Latin: *Willis S. Drummer *McHenry “Mac” Gillet *Anne Irons *George D. Solter *Deceased 37
ENDOWMENT FUNDS The continued growth of the School’s endowment is of paramount importance for the financial well-being of Boys’ Latin School. Listed are the School’s current named endowment funds. Award Endowments: Minimum Investment: $25,000 The Clive Beare Award (Photography) The Jennifer Brock Award The J. Freund Award (Science) The John S. “Jack” Kerns “Clearly Evident” Award The Margaret MacFarland Award (Music) The Ralph Marquiss Award (Music) The Lee Packard Award (Music) The Benjamin Samuel Sorensen Award The Szczypinski Award (Wrestling) Faculty Chair Endowment: Minimum Investment: $250,000 The Dyson P. Ehrhardt Faculty Chair The J. Duncan Smith Faculty Chair The Board of Trustees Faculty Chair Faculty Enrichment Endowment Funds: Minimum Investment: $25,000 The Margaret and Rodney Brooks Enrichment Fund The Jean Campbell Faculty Enrichment Fund The Colbert Enrichment Fund The Dyson P. Ehrhardt Faculty Enrichment Fund The Edward E. Ford Enrichment Fund The Levin Seminar Enrichment Fund The Christopher J. Post Faculty Enrichment Fund The Joan Pyne Faculty Enrichment Fund Faculty Salary Endowments: Minimum Investment: $25,000 Anonymous The Lloyd E. Mitchell Faculty Salary Endowment The William L. Morris Teaching Chair The Dunning Foundation Faculty Salary Endowment The Sheridan Foundation Faculty Salary Endowment The Robert F. Ohrenschall Faculty Salary Endowment (English) Others: The Chesapeake Bay Foundation Endowment Fund The William F.R. Gilroy Speaker Fund The Emmert Hobbs Publication/ Photography Fund The Iglehart Endowment Fund for Baseball The Library Endowment Fund The Scholarship Endowment Fund The Eugene P.E. Servary Endowment for S Science The Sheridan Foundation Endowment Fund 38
for Technology The George Shriver Endowment Fund for Buildings
The Barbara & William H. May Scholarship The James E. McDonnell Scholarship The Betty & David W. Meese Scholarship The Middendorf Foundation Scholarship Scholarship Endowments: Minimum The Dorothy & Richard C. Mollett Investment: $50,000 Scholarship The James C. Alban, III Scholarship The Jennifer & Jonathan Murray Scholarship The Kathleen M. Berger Scholarship The Lawrence P. Naylor III Scholarship The Jennifer & Charles F. Black Scholarship The William A. Niermann, Jr. Scholarship The Blaustein Scholars Scholarship The Donald F. Obrecht Family Scholarship The Harry C. Bowie Scholarship The Dorothy Ohrenschall Scholarship The John G. Bowling Scholarship The Robert F. Ohrenschall Scholarship The Boys’ Latin Alumni Association The Ann & Brian H. O’Neil Scholarship Scholarship The Stephen T. Parker Scholarship The Gillian & Raleigh Brent Family The Thomas W. Parker Scholarship Scholarship The Clementine Peterson Scholarship The Frank C. Brooks Family Scholarship The Joan & Gary Pyne Scholarship The William M. Callahan Scholarship The Otis B. Read III Scholarship The Campbell Foundation Scholarship The Readers Digest Scholarship The Carol & Robert E. Carter Scholarship The H. Brunt Riepe Scholarship The Frank M. Chubb Scholarship The David W. Roszel Scholarship The Class of 1944 Scholarship The David Welby Roszel Scholarship The Class of 1945 Scholarship The Bonnie & Bruce P. Sawyer Scholarship The Class of 1964 Scholarship The Ann TenEyck Sener Scholarship The Edith R. Cottman Scholarship The Joseph W. Sener, Jr. Scholarship The Brooke Cottman & J. Stewart Cottman The George M. Shriver Scholarship and Combat Veterans of WWII Scholarship The Shriver Family Scholarship The Louis A. Demely, Jr. Scholarship The Donna & John W. Sieverts Scholarship The Caroline & Dyson P. Ehrhardt Scholarship The Howard R. Simpson Scholarship The Florence & John H. Ehrhardt Scholarship The Carolyn B. Smith Scholarship The Edward E. Ford Foundation Scholarship The Julian S. Smith Scholarship The France-Merrick Scholarship The Gail & Ronald L. Spahn Scholarship The Albert F. Freihofer Scholarship The Mattheu Thomas Scholarship The Mary & Herbert D. Frerichs, Jr. The Thomas Schenuit Travers Scholarship Scholarship The H. Mebane Turner Scholarship The W. Brad Gano Scholarship The Jessica & David J. Ulrich Scholarship The Rixey & Leonard C. Gore Scholarship The Mary P. & John L. Ulrich Scholarship The Katherine & J. Patrick Gugerty The Voelkel Family Scholarship Scholarship The Polly D. Warfield Scholarship The Linda and G. Todd Guntner Scholarship The Brian Wilcox Scholarship The Marjorie & Curran W. Harvey Scholarship The Jack H. Williams Scholarship The Hal Hathaway Scholarship The Nicholas L. Ziolkowski Scholarship The T. Clayton Hill Scholarship TO SUPPORT The Bettie & Thomas Hill Scholarship THE WILLIAMS SCHOLARS PROGRAM The Rokos / Hill Scholarship The Babylon Scholarship The Angela & Gregory S. Horning The Edmund J. Cashman Scholarship Scholarship The Morton K. & Jane Blaustein Foundation The William G. Hupfeldt, Jr. Scholarship Scholarship The William G. Hupfeldt, Sr. Scholarship The Susan B. Szczypinski Scholarship The Mary Lenore & John Albert Kelly The David E. Waters Scholarship Scholarship The Carol Winstead Scholarship The Georgette Kiser Scholarship The David I. Lampe Scholarship The James L. Lears Scholarship The Craig J. Levitt Scholarship The Albert A. “Ab” Logan Scholarship The Henry G. Lubke IV Scholarship The Guy J. Matricciani Sr. Scholarship The William H. May Scholarship
ANNUALLY SUPPORTS THE NAMED SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM The B.E.S.T. Scholarship The Bonny & Robert Gothier Scholarship The Karen & Robert Scheu Scholarship The Sheridan Foundation Scholarships
REPORT OF THE LAKER FUND The annual giving program has reached new milestones each of the past three years. This past year, Boys’ Latin’s Laker Fund became the third largest annual fund among independent schools in the Baltimore area -- raising over $1.85 million. The Laker Fund is a vital part of BL’s finances. Tuition alone accounts for only 80% of the cost of a BL education. Continued investment in this critical fund notably helps to support everything Boys’ Latin: faculty salaries, benefits, financial aid, and all components of the student experience.
THE JACK H. WILLIAMS ’38 CLUB Gifts of $50,000 - $99,000 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Daly Mr. Louis R. Fritz Mr. and Mrs. W. Kyle Gore Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Obrecht, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Duncan Smith THE DYSON P. EHRHARDT ’59 CLUB Gifts of $25,000 - $49,999 Anonymous Anonymous The Baltimore Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cochran III Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Gertsen Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Horning Mr. Eric T. Levin Mr. and Mrs. Ross M. Levin The Robert W. Martin Family Mr. and Mrs. Warner P. Mason, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan McClernan Mr. and Mrs. J. Huston McCollough II Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Murray Mr. Pen Pendleton III The Sheridan Foundation
Mrs. Eileen Wilcox THE JOHN G. BOWLING H’10 CLUB Gifts of $10,000 - $24,999 The Alban Family Fund of the Baltimore Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James C. Alban III Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Bagby The Baltimore Educational Scholarship Trust Fund Ms. Catherine C. Bishop and Mr. Daniel C. Marino The Boys’ Latin Alumni Association The Boys’ Latin Parents’ Association Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey H. Brent Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. David Burman Mr. and Mrs. David S. Cadigan W. P. Carey Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Federico Mr. Ronald Frank Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Frerichs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Myrton Gaines II Mr. Thomas M. Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Glibert
Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Gothier, Jr. Mr. Joseph H. Grady, Jr. Dr. Shelly Hairston-Jones and Dr. Keith A. Hairston Mr. Roland S. Harvey Mr. Harold G. Hathaway III Drs. Ruby P. and Robert W. Hearn Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. King Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Lederer Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mitchell The Mitchell Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Moxley Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. Vincent Piccinini Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pyne Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Dr. Karen Scheu and Mr. Robert Scheu The Schluderberg Foundation, Inc. Mr. James A. Callahan Ms. S. Kimberly Hupfeldt Mr. Chris Hupfeldt Mrs. Julie Hupfeldt Miller Mrs. Katherine Simpson Ms. Shawna Wickline and Mr. Adam M. Smolen Mrs. Jennifer Gilbert St. John 39
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Pacheco Mr. T. Scott Pendleton Mr. and Mrs. Barry Peters Drs. Jeannette C. and James E. Post Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Rodgers IV Mr. and Mrs. William Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders Ms. Amanda Scott-Martin Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Smith III Stanley Black & Decker Dr. W. Andrew A. Tierney UBS Financial United Building Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. David O. Watts
Greg Pyke ‘12, Carter Paff ’12 and Brett Radliffe ’12
THE FREDERICK A. HAHN CLUB Gifts of $1,844 - $2,499
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Ward Mr. and Mrs. David E. Waters Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wolff Mr. J. Timothy Voelkel THE J. MARSHALL BRUCE CLUB Gifts of $5,000 - $9,999 Bank of America Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. J. Dixon Bartlett III Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Colonell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Evans Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Gaines, Jr. Mr. Ryan Grimes Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Gugerty Mr. and Mrs. G. Todd Guntner Mr. and Mrs. Shawn P. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner The Keel Foundation Mr. Jeremy D. Keith Mr. Louis J. Kousouris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lorenz IV Mr. Daniel A. Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Mallon Ms. Patricia O. B. Farley and Mr. William F. C. Marlow Mr. an Mrs. David W. Meese 40
Mr. an Mrs. Andrew F. Meredith Mr. and Mrs. John W. H. Michel Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Mollett Mr. Ryan D. Mollett Mrs. James R. Moxley Mr. and Mrs. David J. Norman Northwestern Mutual Life Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David Oestreicher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. and Mrs. Adam Peake Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Post Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rubino Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scharff Mrs. George M. Shriver III Mr. and Mrs. Joshua M. Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Snyder The Stieff Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Stieff III Mr. C. Clinton Stieff IV Mr. and Mrs. James W. Stieff Mr. Spencer N.S. Stieff Mr. Taylor M. Stieff The Mary Jean and Oliver Travers Foundation, Inc. Mr. Thomas A. Vielandi Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Vitelkites Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Wilson Mrs. Hilary Gibbons-Wyss and Mr. Lawrence E. Wyss Mr. and Mrs. Brian Zappitello Dr. F. Christian Zinkhan
THE GEORGE SHIPLEY CLUB Gifts of $2,500 - $4,999 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Alban IV Anonymous Ms. Antigoni Apesos Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Baker Mr. Gregg M. Bell Mr. and Mrs. William E. Berndt Drs. Maya M. and Steven S. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Juan M. Buendia Mr. and Mrs. James H. Burch Mr. Michael T. Colt Mr. and Mrs. Luke Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Eck Mr. and Mrs. John G. Eckenrode, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Finnerty Mr. Albert F. Freihofer Mr. Samuel H. Friedman Mrs. J. Frederick Glose Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Jones, Jr. Ms. Parker Sutton and Mr. Paul Knott Mr. and Mrs. David E. Lanphar Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Mason Mrs. Myles R. McComas Mr. and Mrs. J. William Miller Mr. an Mrs. Jason E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Noah T. Mumaw Mr. S. Morris Murray Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Nichols
Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Blibaum Mr. and Mrs. Roger G. Bloom Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bogusky Mr. Raleigh Brent III Mr. Scott J. Caddell Ms. Jean A. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Bradford G. Y. Carney Mrs. Edmund J. Cashman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Daily III The Deering Foundation, Inc. Mr. C. Randall Deering Mr. Mark M. Deering Mr. and Mrs. James R. Grieves, Jr. Mr. Mark G. Dorney Mr. John G. Eckenrode III Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Exelon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fader Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Forchheimer Dr. Morgan B. Hurwitz and Mr. Michael B. Hurwitz Mr. Richard B. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Lewis, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. McLean Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Meredith Mr. Timothy E. Mering Mr. and Mrs. Adam H. Miller Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Mr. and Mrs. Niall H. O’Malley Mr. Geoffrey V. Parker Mr. and Mrs. W. Peregrine Roberts Mr. John R. Scott III Scripps Howard Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Elliott H. Steelman Mr. Duncan B. Swanston Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Taylor Mr. Anthony S. Waskiewicz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Weinman Dr. Mellasenah Morris and
Dr. Stephen E. Wright THE WILLIAM L. MORRIS CLUB Gifts of $1,000 - $1,843 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Nathan R. Arnold Mr. John W. Ashworth III Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Attman Mr. Jake M. Aygun Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Baggan Dr. George F. Barker Mr. Gregory J. Barnes Mrs. Joyce S. Barnett Mrs. Catherine Lears Bennett Mrs. Walter Black Mrs. Ann Bowie Blair Mr. and Mrs. David W. Blois Mr. Harry C. Bowie III Mr. Joseph W. G. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. James A. Callahan, Jr. The Campbell Foundation Mr. Jason B. Carney Mrs. Carol Carter Mr. and Mrs. Todd Chan Mr. and Mrs. John G. Cochran II Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Cooke Mr. James K. Crider Mr. Mark M. Deering Mr. Brian T. Devlin Mrs. Betsy S. Durham Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dye Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Goloboski III Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Gomez Mr. Jaiden A. Gomez Google, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Graham Mr. and Mrs. James R. Grieves, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Hammond Mr. R. Lindsay Hargrave Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hazard Prof. and Mrs. Frederick J. Heldrich III Mr. Scott E. Huber JC Porter Construction K Electric Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kagen Ms. Georgette D. Kiser Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Kleiser Ms. Heather Klouber Mr. and Mrs. James J. Lee Mr. Richard H. Lehr Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Maffia Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maizlish Mr. Hans F. Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McDonald Mr. and Mrs. David L. McKissock, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. McNulty Mr. and Mrs. A. Skip Miller, Sr.
Mrs. Beth Mitchell Mr. Thomas W. Mitchell The Morgan Family Foundation, Inc. Ms. Claire E. Murphy Mrs. Cassandra S. Naylor Mr. and Mrs. George Nistazos Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand H. Onnen, Jr. Mrs. Diane W. Parker Mr. Skip Pearre Mr. and Mrs. James L. Potter, Jr. T. Rowe Price, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Pyne Mrs. John Radebaugh Mr. Kim Smith Sagor Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Schell Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Schoenwetter Dr. J. M. Matthew Schofield Mr. Charles Trey Sheain III Mr. and Mrs. Philip M. Sheehey Mr. and Charles M. Shriver Mr. and Mrs. George M. Shriver IV Mr. Ian A. Shure Ms. Carolyn Smith and Mr. Ethan White Drs. Venice K. Paterakis and Frederick G. Smith Mr. James M. Smith The Louis and Dora Smith Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Speargas Mr. Jeffrey A. Stoller SunTrust Bank, Mid-Atlantic Mr. Jonathan S. Trump Dr. and Mrs. H. Mebane Turner Mrs. Barbara Voss Noell and Mr. Charles E. Noell Mr. and Mrs. Shawn W. Walter Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Wehberg Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Weidner Mr. Charles D. White Mr. and Ms. T. Bayard Williams II Mr. and Mrs. Justin T. Windle, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Winstead, Jr. THE SUSAN B. SZCZYPINSKI CLUB Gifts of $750 - $999 Abbott Labs Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Black, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. S. Allen Brown IV Ms. Anne T. Chiolo Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Cooke Mr. Seamus Gilson Mr. Scott Goodhue Mr. Stephen M. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Edward McLoughlin Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. O’Connor, Jr. Mr. J. Keith Scroggins Mr. Arthur F. Spalding 41
Mr. David T. Whittie THE DORIS L. REGAN CLUB Gifts of $500 - $749 AbbVie Ms. Deborah J. Anderson and Mr. Thomas L. Adams III Mr. J. Hollis B. Albert III Anonymous Mrs. Cathy Badmington Mr. Gregory C. Baggan Dr. Nancy I. Bailowitz and Mr. Jordan I. Bailowitz Dr. Rachel J. Benn and Mr. Merrick J. Benn Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Bennett Mr. Thomas G. Blair Ms. Helga Surratt and Mr. Patrick J. Brennan Mr. William B. Brooks Mr. Bruce S. Campbell IV Mr. Brandon B. Carney Mr. and Mrs. Dan Colhoun III Mr. George C. Cosby Mr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Crain Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Cronin Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan N. Davidov Mr. Taylor C. Davis The Alfred I. Dupont Educational and Charitable Fund Mr. Page Edmunds Mr. Stuart Dusty Farber Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Feiss Dr. James Freeman IV Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Claude Fresnel, Sr. Mr. Robert S. Gaines Mr. Bradley S. Glaser Mr. and Mrs. Aaron William Graf Mr. and Mrs. Stuart F. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Heffner Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Ingraham Mr. and Mrs. Gerard W. Jeffers Mr. Daniel K. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kaster Mr. Nicholas B. M. Kemp, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kennedy, Jr Mr. and Mrs. Carroll S. Klingelhofer III Mr. Michael Knott* Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Knott Mr. and Mrs. Sean Kriebel Mr. Daniel Lacher Dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Ladenson Mr. Michael D. LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas LeGrand Ms. Anna Levin Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Lewis, Jr. Mr. and Ms. Andrew C. Loyd Mr. Kevin C. Lutz Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Duke Mahoney 42
Mr. Patrick R. Mahoney Mr. Donald A. Manekin Mr. David C. Mering Mr. and Mrs. Tariq Mian Mr. Kenneth C. Miller III Mr. Ramzey Mirza Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mutscheller Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. North, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William C. O’Brien Ms. Sandra O’Hearen Mr. Dietrich P. Onnen Mr. Ferdinand H. Onnen III Mr. Glynn I. Owens Mr. C. Andrew Peace Mr. James H. Peacock Mr. and Mrs. William F. Peck Mr. Michael A. Sapperstein Mr. and Mrs. Jeff R. Schechter Mr. and Mrs. William Schneidereith, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie A. Schwab Mr. and Mrs. William D. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Shriver Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts Mr. and Mrs. Owen W. Silvey II Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sullivan Mr. John B. Thomas II Mrs. Shirley Thomas Mr. and Mrs. C. Ridgely Warfield Mr. and Mrs. John L. Warnack, Sr. Mr. Andrew T. White Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. Zimmermann, Jr. Mr. Morey N. Zuskin THE A. MASON “MACE” LEBRUN ’33 CLUB Gifts of $250 - $499 Mr. C. Bowen Adams Mr. Thomas L. Adams IV Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Arrup Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Baker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Barta Mr. Stephen P. Bieschke Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Bond Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Booth Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Brady, Jr. Mr. David L. Bronfein Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Brooks The Keith Campbell Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gino Caponi Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Cashman Mr. John R. Ciccarone Mr. Aaron B. Cline Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Cohen Mr. Charles D. Cook
Mr. Jason Cooke Mr. William L. Cooper III Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Crouse Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Culley Mr. and Mrs. James W. Currie, Jr. Mr. Timothy A. Davis Mr. Corey L. Days Mr. Thomas E. Donoho Mr. Jack B. Dudley Mr. Evan R. Ellwanger Mr. and Ms. Todd R. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Greg Ey Mr. Patrick M. Finn Mr. Richard Fleming Mr. Joshua A. Floam Mr. Charles P. Floeckher Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Freund Mr. Donald W. Fusting Mr. Leonard G. Getschel, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Gibson Rev. Dr. and Mrs. William F. R. Gilroy Mr. and Mrs. John J. Glatz II Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Goodman Mr. G. Paul Govatos, Jr. Mr. Richard B. Grieves Drs. Rachel and Mehran Habibi Mr. and Mrs. Drew M. Haugh Ms. Jamie Dembeck and Mr. Sean Hearn Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hegmann Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Heider Mr. and Mrs. David B. Hescox Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hewitt, Jr. Mr. Robert A. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Holder Mr. Tyler C. Holub Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hopkins Mr. Robert M. Hopkins, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Hopkins Mr. Scott K. Hundertmark Mr. and Mrs. Gilston Hutzler Mr. Daniel F. Johnson Mr. Frank S. Jones III Mrs. Frances R. Judkins Mr. and Mrs. John J. Keenan Mr. John J. Keenan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan R. Kelly, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David A. Kennedy Mr. Lee M. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Terrance King Mr. Ryan C. A. Kirby Mr. Mark D. Knobloch Dr. Dennis J. Lambrow Mr. Peter J. LaPaglia III Mr. and Mrs. Zak A. Layne Mr. and Mrs. James Laziuck Mr. and Mrs. James L. Lears III Ms. Mary Ann Elliott and Mr. Hy James Levasseur Mrs. Kimberly S. Levinson and Mrs. Mary D. Levinson Mr. Doug K. Loizeaux Dr. Adam B. Lowy Mr. Edward G. Loyd Mr. and Mrs. D. Taylor Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Robins R. Mapp III Mr. and Mrs. John J. Maranto Dr. Esther E. Mena and Mr. Jeff E. Marks Mr. and Mrs. Brant Matthews Mr. Joshua R. Mayhorne Mr. Devin F. McDonnell Mr. Marshall C. McDorman Mr. Matt Melnick Mr. Christopher P. Melocik Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Mest
Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Metz, Jr. Mr. Dwight H. Miller Ms. Tracy Miller and Mr. Paul Arnest Mr. Frank Morgan Mr. Jason Morton Dr. Patrick Moulds Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Murphy Mr. Michael V. Mutscheller Northrop Grumman Mr. Andrew M. Obrecht Mr. Hugo C. Olsen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Onyekwere Mrs. Danielle Brewster Oster and Mr. Laurence F. Oster Dr. Zinon M. Pappas Mr. Charles F. Peace IV Mr. and Mrs. James H. Peace Mr. William Neill Peck Mr. Riley F. Peters Mr. William W. Pheil Mr. and Mrs. John B. Pierson Mr. David B. Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Pollock Mr. Greg Pyke Mr. and Mrs. David Radebaugh Mr. Joseph T. Rallo Mr. Christopher D. W. Read Mr. John C. Reith Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson Mr. Stavros E. Rizakos Ms. Sylvie A. Merlier-Rowen and Mr. Stanley R. Rowen Mr. G. Darrell Russell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scalia Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Scheurich Ms. Mary Pat Shortt Mr. and Mrs. C. Ryan Smith
Mr. Patrick M. Smith Mrs. Theresa Staniewski Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starkey Mr. Victor H. Starz III Mr. and Mrs. Keith Steller Mrs. Evelyn R. Stewart Mrs. Connie Stofhoff Mr. Scott F. Stothoff Mr. Matt Stout Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Stubbs Mr. Duane Keith Thomas Mr. Charles E. Toomey IV Mrs. Tracy Travers Mr. and Ms. Matthew Tucker Mr. Peter D. Verheyen Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Waller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walsh Mr. and Mrs. John M. Webster Mr. W. Brett Weiss Mr. Benjamin B. Wells Mr. Brandon C. White Ms. India Whitlock Mrs. Margaret C. Widman Mr. Chris M. Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Wisniewski Dr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Witham Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Wyskiel Mr. Bennett E. Zinman THE OTIS B. READ ’55 CLUB Gifts of $100 to $249 Mr. David F. Aiken Mr. Nolan M. Aiken Mrs. Vivien N. Badu and Mr. Kwame B. Akuffo Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Alokones Mr. Anthony R. Alonso 43
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Andes Mr. and Mrs. John S. Anecharico, Sr. Anonymous Ms. Lisa Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Anthony, Jr. Mr. Wayne L. Armacost II Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Ian Arrowsmith Dr. Daniella Assis and Mr. Fabrizio Assis Mr. Steven B. Attias Mr. Jonathan H. Attman Mr. John G. M. Bacot, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Banes Mr. Kevin P. Barham Mr. David W. Beachler Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Becker Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Bedford Mr. Brent J. Beever Mr. and Mrs. Brendon L. Bengermino Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bengermino Mr. Scott H. Berger Mr. Timothy F. Berger Mr. Andrew A. Berkowitz Mr. Carroll M. Berndt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Bershad Mr. and Mrs. William W. Bickel Mr. and Mrs. Brian Black Mr. Evan Black Mr. Andrew W. Blahut Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Blahut Mr. Cole O. Blake Mr. and Mrs. Elliot M. Blank Mr. Alec S. Blitzstein Mr. Henry M. Blue, Jr. Ms. Brenda J. Bodian 44
Mr. Chris J. Boland Mrs. Carter Bond Mr. and Mrs. David B. Bopst Mr. Todd E. Bowens Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Boyer III Mr. J. Brooks Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Brandau Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Brant Mr. and Mrs. David Brashear Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Erik M. Briggs Mr. Harvey S. Brooks, Jr. Mr. Raphael O. Brooks, Jr. Mr. Jack C. Brown, Jr. Mr. Rodney A. Brown Mr. Andrew W. Buchanan Mr. James C. Buck Mr. James H. Burch, Jr. Dr. Joyce L. Burd and Mr. Robert L. Burd Mr. Andrew T. Burger Mr. Liam C. Burman Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Burrell, Jr. Ms. Tracie R. Cadette Mr. Patrick A. Cairns Mr. and Mrs. James S. Campbell Mr. John Canedy Mr. Charles E. Carr III Mr. Jason A. Carter Mr. Trent H. Carter Mr. Michael A. Case Mr. and Mrs. Ryland O. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Chasney Mr. and Mrs. William C. Chenoweth Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Cline Mrs. Elaine Cochran
Dr. Miriam Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Cohen Mr. Andrew D. Coleman Mr. Rutger B. Colt III Mr. and Mrs. Frank Condon Mr. Michael F. Conklin Mr. and Mrs. Todd W. Connelly Mr. Douglas H. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Colby Cox Mr. Bradley W. Crockett Mr. and Ms. Ben F. Cronin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Adam C. Crooks Mr. and Mrs. John F. Curley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Curran III Mr. M. McCormack Curran Ms. Michaele Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Beau Dagenais Ms. Jackie Jones and Dr. Mel Daly Mr. John L. Daue Mr. Brenden David Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Davies Mr. Charles R. Davis Mrs. Patricia A. Dear Mr. Michael B. Dembo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Dengler Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Derocco Ms. Michelle Detweiler Mr. and Mrs. James G. Dickman Mr. and Mrs. William S. Dingledine, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Dittmar Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Dixon Mrs. Rebecca Giordano Dreisbach and The Rev. Dr. Christopher Dreisbach Mr. Patrick M. Dudley Mr. Mitch Dugan
Mr. Gabriel M. Dutton, Sr. Mr. Alexius A. Dyer III Mr. W. Carl Ebeling V Dr. Craig Edmonds Mr. and Mrs. John F. Eichelberger Mr. and Mrs. John C. Elliott Mrs. Barbara Ensor Mr. and Mrs. Brian Farrell Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Farrell Dr. Matthew F. Feild Mr. Stephen E. Feiss Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Fingles Mr. Gregory P. FitzGerald Mr. and Mrs. Dale Foard Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Foster, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. George A. France Mr. James S. Francomano Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Christopher N. Frederick Mr. and Mrs. Brandon F. Gaines Ms. Alice Gregg and Mr. Paris K. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Gavin Ms. Rachel Eisler and Mr. Geoffrey Genth Mr. John S. Gibbs V Mr. Terrence D. Gibson Rev. Timothy B. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Zachary B. Gilden Lt. and Mrs. Brad R. Gilroy Mr. Armand F. Girard Mr. Robert R. Gisriel Mr. Garrett J. Glaeser Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Glaeser Mr. Glenn W. Godin Mr. Robert C. Goetze, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Goldsborough III Mr. David Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Grabowski Mr. and Mrs. F. Michael Grace Mr. Brooks B. Gracie, Jr. Mr. Scott D. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gray Mr. Charles R. Greenslit Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Greif, Jr. Mr. Joshua D. Hamburger Mr. Matthew R. Hamburger Mr. and Mrs. Faheem D. Hammett Mr. Marc J. Hassan Mr. Charles V. Henry, Jr. Mrs. Nancy A. Herget Mr. John S. Hessian Mr. Andrew P. Hilgartner Mr. Dwayne A. Hill Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Hillwig Mr. William S. Howser Mrs. Karen Greenwood Hughes Mr. John Hunsicker Mrs. Margaret Hupfeldt Mr. David C. Hyman
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hyman Mr. and Ms. Dana Jackson Dr. Linda J. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jacobs Mr. Mathew D. Jahromi Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Johnson Mrs. Alice Brierley and Mr. Jeremiah Johnson Ms. Lisa Katulis Mr. Andrew S. Katzenberg Mr. Jeffery E. Keenan Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Keller, Jr. Mr. Joseph D. Kennedy Mrs. Seungkyung Kim Mr. William T. Kirwan Dr. Anastasia J. Vendelis-Klima and Mr. Michael J. Klima Mr. Henry J. Knott IV Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Knott Mr. David W. Krastel Mr. William E. Krebs Mr. Stephen Krental Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kristoff Mr. and Mrs. William M. Krulak, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Ladenson Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lange Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. LaPaglia, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shane Layng Ms. Anne King and Mr. Michael A. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Leeds Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Lees Mr. John A. Leftwich Mr. Jesse R. Leikin Mr. A. Burton Levering Mrs. Cynthia J. Levering Mr. William D. Levering Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Levine Mrs. Judith B. Lindenstruth Mrs. Susan Lloyd Mrs. Loraine Lobe Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Locke, Jr. Mrs. Mary Logan Dr. and Mrs. Scott D. London Ms. Amanda Lopez and Mr. Guillermo Giraldo Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lowy Mr. Michael W. Lutz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Macris Mr. Dennis R. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Patrick S. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Makowiecki, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Makowiecki, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mangels Mr. David W. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Martin Mr. Mark W. Mason Mr. Scott N. Matthews, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McComas, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. McDermott Mr. Peter R. McGill, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Patrick T. McGinley Mrs. Stephanie T. McKew Mr. and Mrs. John P. McLane Mr. and Mrs. Vincent L. McMillan Ms. Maryanne Arthur and Ms. Annemarie Merow Mr. and Mrs. Donald Metzger Mr. David E. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Michel Mr. and Mrs. Jamison Miller Mr. Martin J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kyriakos Mimaros Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Mitchell Mr. Richard S. Mogowski Mr. and Mrs. R. Brandon Mollett Mrs. Gina Molling Mr. and Mrs. D. Paul Montague Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Moreland Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Morse Mr. James F. Mosberg Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Moyer Mr. Alexander M. Mtimet Ms. Margaret Mullally Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Mullins Mrs. John L. V. Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walker S. Mygatt Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Naeny Ms. Robin Neal Mr. Brian Nee Neuberger Berman Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Newman Mr. Robert H. Nicolls Mr. and Ms. Ikwan Nnanna Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. North Mr. Phillip M. North Mr. and Mrs. Luis M. Novelo Mr. and Mrs. Chigoz Nwamoh Mr. C. Dudley Obrecht Mr. Herbert R. O’Conor III Mr. and Mrs. John C. Ohnmacht Mr. Charles H. O’Neil Mr. Kevin B. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. O’Neil III Mr. and Mrs. Ndofunsu M. Osias Mr. Taylor S. Paff Dr. and Mrs. Edward C. Papenfuse Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pappas Mr. Wesley R. Payne IV Mrs. Eleanor Pennington Mr. Walter D. Penrose Mrs. Lynnda L. Peterman Ms. Kimberlee Pierce Mr. Josh Pomles Ms. Carolyn J. Pouch Ms. Rebecca Powell 45
Mr. and Mrs. David J. Preller III Mr. and Mrs. David Pridgen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Puritz Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Pyke Mr. William E. Queen Mr. Brian W. O. Read Mr. Robin S. Read Mrs. Carol Redmond Dr. John Reichl Mr. Charles D. Rice Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Rickels, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I. Ritter Mr. Christopher C. Rizakos Mr. Carroll Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Robinson Mr. Andrew Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Roche Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Roe Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Roth Mr. Brian D. Rothman Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Rubin Mr. Christopher M. Rubino Mr. William L. Sager Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sale Dr. and Mrs. Mubadda A. Salim Mr. and Mrs. George Santos II Dr. and Mrs. Simon V. Scalia Mr. S. Adam Scharff Mr. E. Evan Scheiner Mr. Peter B. Scheve Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Schoenfeld
Mr. Gary A. Seidman Mr. Zachary Shankman Mr. Blake G. Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Shepherd Mr. Robert J. Sherrod Mr. William H. Shriver III Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shumate Mr. Brian K. Shure Mr. Tyler T. Silvey Mr. William H. Skinner Ms. Stephanie Archer-Smith and Mr. Andrew B. Smith Mr. and Mrs. C. Terrence Smith Mr. D. Middleton Smith III Mr. Grant D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jason D. Smith Mr. Joshua B. Smith Mr. Michael N. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Aaron J. Smolarz Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Spencer Mr. Eric A. Spilman Mr. and Mrs. John Spilman V Mr. Wells T. Stanwick Mr. Peter L. Stegner Mrs. Caroline Boyd Stellmann Mr. Ronald I. Stern Ms. Sharon Stewart Mr. James W. Stieff Mr. and Mrs. Trent A. Stockton Mr. Taylor Stothoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Strauss Mr. Patrick G. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Scott Suriano
Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Sutton Mr. and Mrs. Casey H. Sydnor Mr. and Mrs. Brian Tankersley Mrs. Jeanne M. Tepel Mr. and Mrs. David Thaman Mr. Thomas N. Thibeault II Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Thomas Mrs. Lydia Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thompson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. L. Timoll Mrs. Eileen A. Toohey Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tucker Mrs. Margaret B. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Turner, Jr. Mr. Michael H. Turner Mrs. Darline A. Terrell-Tyson and Mr. Nigel A. Tyson Mr. Pen Vineyard Dr. Eileen P. Vining and Mr. John C. Vining, Jr. Mr. Mark F. Wachter Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Samer N. Wahbe Mr. Ryan M. Walterhoefer Mrs. Dawn F. Ward Mr. and Mrs. John T. Ward Mr. Mark Warns Mr. Rick Wartzman Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wasserman Mr. Herbert F. Waters Ms. Christina Watson Mr. A. L. Shreve Waxter, Jr. Mrs. James McC. Webster, Jr.
Dr. Eric Weintraub Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weisman Mr. Robert A. White, Jr. Mr. Robert F. White Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Wiglesworth Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilkerson III Mr. and Mrs. Thomson C. Willard Mrs. Julia M. Williams Mr. Robert M. Willingham, Jr. Mr. Richard A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Justin H. Woelper Drs. Tina E. and Scott E. Woodburn Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Woodlon Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wright Mr. Dennis S. Xenakis Mr. Thomas G. Xenakis Mr. Brad J. Yaffe Mr. and Mrs. Derya Yavalar Dr. and Mrs. Stuart T. Zaller Mr. Richard Zielaskiewicz Mr. Andrew Ziolkowski BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. James C. Alban IV Mr. Richard H. Bagby Mr. Theodore W. Bauer Mr. Geoffrey H. Brent Mr. James A. Callahan, Jr. Mr. Thomas P. Finnerty Mr. Herbert D. Frerichs, Jr. Mr. W. Kyle Gore Dr. Shelly Hairston-Jones Mr. Harold G. Hathaway III Mr. Gregory S. Horning Mr. Nicholas G. King Mr. Henry A. Lederer Mr. Jeffrey C. Mason Mr. Warner P. Mason, Sr. Mr. Ryan McClernan Mr. Ryan D. Mollett Mr. Mark G. Moxley Mr. David Oestreicher Mr. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. Robert B. Rice Mr. J. Duncan Smith Mr. Jason A. L. Timoll Mrs. Stacy Walsh Mrs. Eileen Wilcox Dr. Stephen E. Wright FACULTY AND STAFF Ms. Lisa Anthony Mrs. Kathy Arnold Mrs. Cathy Badmington Ms. Abigail J. Baker Mrs. Joyce S. Barnett Mr. Alexander L. Barron
Ms. Susan C. Brown Mr. Alan-Michael Carter Mrs. Carmen Clark Mrs. Sheri B. Cobb Mr. James W. Currie, Jr. Mr. Beau Dagenais Mrs. Mari Verrecchia-Delonde Mr. Stephen M. Dubin Mr. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Mr. Brian Farrell Mrs. Laurie Fick Ms. Marcia Flaherty Ms. Regan Gore Mr. J. Patrick Gugerty Ms. Amy Hale Mrs. Pamela Hamm Mr. Hunt Heffner Mrs. Katie Hiestand Mr. Jeffrey T. Hindes Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins Mr. Ryan Hopkins Mrs. Terry Howell Mrs. Rudy Hurley Mrs. Ann Jung Mrs. Ginna Kelly Mr. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. Lee M. Kennedy Mrs. Ashley Kimball Mr. Sean D. Kriebel Mrs. Stephanie Lange Ms. Stephanie LaPenna Mrs. Kate Lynch Mr. Frederick C. Maisel III Mrs. Teresa Malinowski Mrs. Jennifer S. McDonald Mr. Mac McDonald Mrs. Stephanie T. McKew Mrs. Stephanie McLoughlin Mr. JP McManus Ms. Annemarie Merow Mr. Brian W. Mitchell Ms. Sarah E. Mogliazzi Mr. R. Brandon Mollett Mrs. Gina Molling Ms. Margaret Mullally Mr. Donald T. Newman Mr. Alex Onyekwere Ms. Kimberlee Pierce Mr. Matthew Pisarcik Ms. Rebecca Pollard Mr. Christopher J. Post Mrs. Helen K. Potter Mr. Greg Pyke Mr. Donald L. Rickels Mr. Andrew I. Ritter Mr. Andrew Robinson Mr. Stephen Roche Mr. William Ryan Mr. Edwin R. Schell Mrs. Marie Scheurich
Mr. John Sergeant Mr. Philip M. Sheehey Mr. Patrick Shepherd Mr. Robert V. H. Shriver Mr. John W. Sieverts Mr. Aaron D. Sloboda Ms. Carolyn Smith Mrs. Barbara Starkey Mr. Taylor Stothoff Mr. Darrin Tucker Ms. Gillian Vernon Mr. Pen Vineyard Mrs. Anne Whitman Mrs. Mary Wiglesworth Mrs. Julia Williams Mrs. Elisa Windsor Mrs. Deb Wood Mr. Richard Zielaskiewicz PAST PARENTS AND FRIENDS Mrs. Vivien Badu and Mr. Kwame B. Akuffo Mr. and Mrs. James C. Alban III Mr. and Mrs. James C. Alban IV Ms. Deborah J. Anderson and Mr. Thomas L. Adams III Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Alokones Mr. Anthony R. Alonso Mr. and Mrs. Peter V. Amy Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Andes Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Nathan R. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Baggan Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Pierre C. Barbeau II Mrs. Joyce S. Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Bedford Ms. Jane Began Mrs. Catherine Lears Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Brian Black Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Black, Sr. Mrs. Walter Black Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Blahut Mrs. Ann Bowie Blair Mrs. Mary Jane Blaustein Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Blibaum Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blibaum Ms. Brenda J. Bodian Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Booth Mr. and Mrs. David B. Bopst Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Boyer III Mr. J. Brooks Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Brady, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Brandau Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Brennan Ms. Helga Surratt and Mr. Patrick J. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Bronfein Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Brooks 47
Drs. Maya M. and Steven S. Brooks Drs. Joyce L. and Robert L. Burd Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Burrell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David S. Cadigan Mr. and Mrs. James A. Callahan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Campbell Mrs. Jean A. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Bradford G. Y. Carney Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Carter Mrs. Edmund J. Cashman Mr. Gordy Chapline Mr. and Mrs. Ryland O. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Chasney Mr. and Mrs. William C. Chenoweth Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Cline Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Cochrane Dr. Miriam Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Crain Mr. James K. Crider Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Crouse Mr. and Mrs. John F. Curley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Curran III Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Daily III Ms. Jackie Jones and Dr. Mel Daly Mr. John L. Daue Mr. Jonathan E. Davis Mrs. Patricia A. Dear Dr. and Mrs. Narciso A. DeBorja Ms. Donatella DeLonde Ms. Michelle Detweiler Mr. and Mrs. William S. Dingledine Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Dittmar Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Dixon Mrs. Rebecca Giordano Dreisbach and The Rev. Dr. Christopher Dreisbach Mrs. Betsy S. Durham Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dye 48
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Eckenrode, Jr. Mr. Page Edmunds Mr. and Mrs. John F. Eichelberger Mrs. Barbara Ensor Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Greg Ey Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Federico Mrs. Elinor Feiss Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Finnerty Mr. and Mrs. Dale Foard Ms. Kathleen Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Foster, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Foster Mr. Ronald Frank Mr. Albert F. Freihofer Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Frerichs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brandon F. Gaines Mr. and Mrs. L. Myrton Gaines III Mr. Robert S. Gaines Mr. Thomas M. Gaines Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Gaines, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Gavin Mr. Hugh E. Gelston, Jr. Rev. Dr. and Mrs. William F. R. Gilroy Mr. Armand F. Girard Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Glaeser Mr. and Mrs. John J. Glatz II Mrs. J. Frederick Glose Mr. Glenn W. Godin Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Gothier, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. F. Michael Grace Mr. and Mrs. Aaron William Graf Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Graham Mr. Scott D. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Stuart F. Gray Mr. and Mrs. James R. Grieves, Jr. Mr. Ryan Grimes Ms. Claire Gugerty
Mr. Mac Gugerty Ms. Paige Gugerty Ms. Lori Gusdorf Dr. Shelly Hairston-Jones and Dr. Keith A. Hairston Ms. Allyson Halpern Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan I. Hamburger Mr. and Mrs. Drew M. Haugh Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Heider Mrs. Nancy A. Herget Mr. Stephen M. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hilgartner Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hopkins Mr. Robert M. Hopkins, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Horning Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Howell Ms. Karen Greenwood Hughes Mrs. Margaret Hupfeldt Mrs. Kathy Hupfeldt Ms. S. Kimberly Hupfeldt Mr. and Mrs. Shawn P. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Gilston Hutzler Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hyman Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Ingraham Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Iodice Dr. Linda J. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Gerard W. Jeffers Mrs. Frances R. Judkins Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kagen Mr. and Mrs. David M. Katinsky Mr. and Mrs. John J. Keenan Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Kellerman Ms. Ann Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. King Ms. Georgette D. Kiser
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Kleiser Mr. Carroll S. Klingelhofer III Mr. and Ms. Eric Knaub Ms. Parker Sutton and Mr. Paul Knott Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Knott Mr. Stephen Krentel Mr. and Mrs. William M. Krulak, Jr. Mr. Frank J. La Seta Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lange Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. LaPaglia, Jr. Mrs. Cynthia L. Lawrence Ms. Anne King and Mr. Michael A. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Leeds Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Lees Mrs. Cynthia J. Levering Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Levine Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Lewis, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Lewis, Jr. Mrs. Judith B. Lindenstruth Mrs. Susan Lloyd Mrs. Mary Logan Mr. Douglas K. Loizeaux Ms. Emily Long Mr. and Mr. Mark E. Long Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lorenz IV Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lowy Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Loya Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Loyd Mr. and Mrs. D. Taylor Lucas Mr. Thomas K. Lynn Mr. Gavin S. Maffett Mr. and Mrs. Duke Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Maisel III Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Malinowski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Mallon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mangels Ms. Patricia O. B. Farley and Mr. William F. Marlow Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Warner P. Mason, Sr. Ms. Marguerite McCarty Mrs. Myles R. McComas Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. McComas, Sr. Mr. James A. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. David L. McKissock, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. McLean Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. McNulty Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Mest Mr. and Mrs. Donald Metzger Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Michel Mr. and Mrs. Adam H. Miller Mr. and Mrs. A. Skip Miller, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. William Miller Ms. Tracy Miller and Mr. Paul Arnest Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Mills Mrs. Beth S. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Mollett Mr. and Mrs. D. Paul Montague Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Moreland Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Morgan Mrs. James R. Moxley Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Moxley Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd W. Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Dwight C. Mules Ms. Margaret Mullally Mr. Richard Munroe Mrs. John L. V. Murphy. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Murray Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mutscheller Mr. and Mrs. Walker S. Mygatt Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Naeny, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Nance Mr. and Mrs. Donald T. Newman Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Nichols Mr. Robert H. Nicolls Mr. and Mrs. David J. Norman Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. North Mr. and Mrs. Luis H. Novelo Mr. Paul Nowak Mr. and Mrs. William C. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O’Connor Ms. Helma O’Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. O’Neil III. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand H. Onnen, Jr. Mr. Glynn I. Owens Dr. and Mrs. Edward C. Papenfuse Mr. and Mrs. Craig W. Parker Mrs. Diane W. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. Skip Pearre Mr. and Mrs. William F. Peck Mrs. Lynnda Peterman Mr. and Mrs. Barry Peters Mr. William W. Pheil Mr. Douglas Phillips Mr. Vincent Piccinini Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Post Mr. and Mrs. James L. Potter, Jr. Ms. Carolyn Pouch Ms. Rebecca Powell Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Pyke Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pyne Mr. and Mrs. David Radebaugh Mrs. John Radebaugh Mrs. Dottie Read Ms. Carol Redmond Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Rice Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Rickels Mr. Liam Ritchie Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Roe Mr. and Mrs. Jared A. Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rubino
Mrs. Lenore Rudick Mrs. Debbie Russell Mr. G. Darrell Russell, Jr. Mrs. Kim Smith Sagor Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sale Ms. Deb San Roman Ms. Amy Sankes Mr. and Mrs. George Santos II Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Sapperstein Dr. and Mrs. Simon V. Scalia Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Scharff Mr. and Mrs. William Schneidereith Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Schoenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Tony Scott Ms. Amanda Scott-Martin Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Sheain, Jr. Ms. Jillian Shenasky Ms. Madeline Shenasky Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Shepherd Ms. Lisa Shochet Ms. Mary Pat Shortt Mrs. George M. Shriver III Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. H. Shriver Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shumate Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts Mr. and Mrs. Owen W. Silvey II Mrs. Katherine Simpson Mrs. Stephanie Archer-Smith and Mr. Andrew B. Smith Mr. and Mrs. C. Terrence Smith Drs. Venice K. Paterakis and Frederick G. Smith Mr. James M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. Duncan Smith Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Snyder Mrs. Gail Spahn Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starkey Mrs. Caroline Boyd Stellmann Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Stieff III Ms. Diane W. Stoler Ms. Connie Stothoff Mr. Scott F. Stothoff Ms. Deanna Stotler Mr. Matt Stout Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Sutton Mrs. Susan B. Szczypinski Mr. and Mrs. Brian Tankersley Ms. Marguerite S. Teague Mrs. Jeanne M. Tepel Mr. James G. Thomas, Jr. Mrs. Lydia Thomas Mrs. Shirley Thomas Mrs. Eileen A. Toohey Ms. Cynthia A. Trainor Mrs. Margaret B. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Turner, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. H. Mebane Turner Mr. and Mrs. John B. Van Horn 49
Mr. and Mr. David L. Vercollone Dr. Eileen P. Vining and Mr. John C. Vining, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Voss Noell and Mr. Charles E. Noell Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Wagner Ms. Mary K. Wald Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Waller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. David A. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Ward Mr. Mark Warns Ms. Christina Watson Mr. and Mrs. David O. Watts Mr. and Mrs. Brian Weatherford Mrs. James McC. Webster, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Weidner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weisman Ms. Courtney Wertheimer Mr. Robert F. White Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Whitman III Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Wiglesworth Mrs. Eileen Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Thomson C. Willard Mr. and Mrs. T. Bayard Williams II Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Winstead, Jr. Dr. and Ms. Timothy F. Witham Mrs. Jonathan B. Wood Mrs. Stephenie Woolard Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wright Mr. and Mrs. Derya Yavalar Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. Zimmermann, Jr. Mr. Andrew Ziolkowski GRANDPARENTS Mr. and Mrs. James C. Alban III Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Anthony, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Attman Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Baker, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Banes Mr. and Mrs. James Barnette Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Barrett Mrs. Arlene Bekman Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bengermino Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blibaum Mr. and Mrs. David W. Blois Mrs. Carter Bond Mr. and Mrs. James Burman Mrs. Jean A. Campbell Mrs. Elaine Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cumming Mr. and Mrs. Fran Cuomo Mr. and Mrs. J. Joseph Curran Ms. Michaele Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Dengler Mr. and Mrs. James G. Dickman 50
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fader Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Fingles Mr. Richard Fleming Mr. and Mrs. George A. France Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Claude Fresnel Mr. Robert S. Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Goldsborough, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gray Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Greif, Jr. Drs. Ruby P. and Robert W. Hearn Mr. John Hunsicker Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas D. Karbonik Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Keller Dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Ladenson Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas LeGrand Mrs. Loraine Lobe Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Maffia Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Makowiecki Mr. Hans F. Mayer Mrs. Myles R. McComas Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Meredith Mrs. Beth S. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Morse Mrs. James R. Moxley Mrs. John L. V. Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Murray Mrs. Cassandra S. Naylor Ms. Robin Neal Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Onorato, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pappas Mrs. Eleanor Pennington Drs. Jeannette C. and James E. Post Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Robinson Mrs. Carolee V. Rooney Mrs. Lenore Rudick Mr. and Mrs. Roland Shumate Mrs. Theresa Staniewski Mrs. Caroline Boyd Stellmann Mr. Ronald I. Stern Mrs. Evelyn R. Stewart Ms. Sharon Stewart Mr. and Mrs. David Thaman Mrs. Shirley Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tucker Mrs. Mary K. Wald Mr. and Mrs. C. Ridgley Warfield Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wasserman Mrs. Margaret C. Widman Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Wisniewski Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Woodlon
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Mr. and Mrs. Noah T. Mumaw Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. L. Timoll
Abbott Labs AbbVie The Alban Family Fund of The Baltimore Community Foundation
PARENTS Kindergarten Ms. Qivon Annan Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Hammond Pre-First
Mrs. Alice Brierley and Mr. Jeremiah Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James P. Corcoran III
Ms. Abby Bowers and Mr. Matt Gerken Mr. and Mrs. Montrae B. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Kimball Mr. and Mrs. Evan M. McGlone Dr. Aileen H. Prior Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Derek M. Radebaugh Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Raiswell Ms. Dell Hagen-Rhodes and Mr. Timothy Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. David B. Rosenkilde, Jr. Dr. Chantel Sanford Smith and Mr. Herman Smith Mr. and Mrs. Aaron J. Smolarz Second Grade Mr. and Mrs. James C. Alban IV Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Beck Mr. and Mrs. Todd W. Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Beau A. Dagenais Mr. and Mrs. Edgar M. Gomez Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Shane Layng Mr. and Mrs. John T. Ward Ms. India E. Whitlock
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel N. Riter Mr. and Mrs. Shawn W. Walter Fourth Grade Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Frank Condon Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Cronin, Jr. Mrs. Mari Verricchia-DeLonde and Mr. Antwyne DeLonde Ms. Christine Johnson and Mr. Bernard Eck Mr. and Mrs. David E. Lanphar Ms. Amanda Lopez and Mr. Guillermo Giraldo Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. North, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chigoz Nwamoh Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Quenzer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel N. Riter Mr. Michael E. Roth Mr. Zachary Shankman Mr. and Mrs. Joshua M. Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Strauss Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Vitelkites Mr. and Mrs. Shawn W. Walter Mrs. Erica F. Wilhide Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wolff
Third Grade Fifth Grade Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Brendon L. Bengermino Mr. and Mrs. Todd S. Brown Ms. Tracie R. Cadette Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Luke Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Culley Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Itai Livne Dr. Esther Mena and Mr. Jeff Marks Mr. and Mrs. Noah T. Mumaw
Mr. and Mrs. Ian Arrowsmith Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Barrett Mr. Keno J. Brown Mrs. Nicole Brown Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Clark Mr. Charles R. Davis Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Farrell Ms. Jamie Dembeck and Mr. Sean Hearn Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Hill
Mrs. Crystal N. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Montrae B. Jones Ms. Lisa Katulis Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Ladenson Mr. and Mrs. James J. Lee Mr. Robert J. Mather Mr. and Mrs. Brant Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Tariq T. Mian Ms. Kimberlee Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Derek M. Radebaugh Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Wilson Sixth Grade Mr. and Mrs. John S. Anecharico, Sr. Dr. Daniella Assis and Mr. Fabrizio Assis Mr. and Mrs. Gino Caponi Mr. and Mrs. Eric Feiss Mr. and Mrs. William H. Finein IV Mr. Ronald Frank Ms. Alice Gregg and Mr. Paris K. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Scot Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Goloboski Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Grabowski Mr. and Mrs. Faheem D. Hammett Mr. and Mrs. Julian A. Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hazard Mr. and Ms. Dana Jackson Mrs. Crystal Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Katsafanas Mr. and Mrs. Ryan R. Kelly, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Zak A. Layne Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lopez Drs. Jessica and Joshua Lubek Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Alex Onyekwere Mrs. Danielle Brewster Oster and Mr. Laurence F. Oster 51
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Roche Drs. Elyse and Richard Shraeder Ms. Shawna Wickline and Mr. Adam Smolen Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Speargas Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Vitelkites Mr. and Mrs. John L. Warnack, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Wehberg Mr. and Mrs. Ken W. Whitman Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wolff Mrs. Hilary Gibbons-Wyss and Mr. Lawrence Wyss Dr. Allison Yacoub and Mr. David J. Yacoub Seventh Grade Ms. Lisa Anthony Mr. Robert M. Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Beck Dr. Rachel Benn and Mr. Merrick J. Benn Ms. Catherine Bishop and Mr. Daniel Marino Mr. and Mrs. Brian Black Mr. and Mrs. Elliott M. Blank Mr. and Mrs. Todd W. Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Culley Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Dubin Mr. and Mrs. Jamie J. Fick, Sr. Mrs. SeungKyung Kim Mr. and Mrs. Itai Livne Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Lynch Ms. Nicole M. Maffia Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Meredith Mr. and Mrs. Phil J. Metz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jamison Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jason E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Chigoz Nwamoh Mr. and Mrs. David J. Preller III Mr. and Mrs. Richard Puritz Mr. and Mrs. Derek M. Radebaugh Mr. Michael Roth Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan N. Rubenstein Mrs. Jennifer Gilbert St. John Mr. and Mrs. Keith Steller Mr. and Mrs. Scott Suriano Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Tucker Mr. and Mrs. John T. Ward Mr. and Mrs. James H. Wilkerson III Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Wyskiel
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Bickel Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Borsoni Mr. and Mrs. Erik M. Briggs Ms. Anne T. Chiolo Mr. and Mrs. Dan Colhoun III Mr. and Mrs. Adam C. Crooks Dr. and Mrs. Mikel D. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dax Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Stuart A. Forchheimer Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Freund Ms. Anne Bowers and Mr. Matt Gerken Mr. and Mrs. Craig D. Grabowski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Graff Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Graney Dr. Mary Scott-Herring and Mr. David E. Herring Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Holder Dr. Leslie Hollins and Mr. Kevin Hollins Mr. and Mrs. Mark A Hopson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kristoff Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Ladenson Mr. and Mrs. Justin W. Laupert Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Locke, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Scott D. London Mr. and Mrs. Brant Matthews Ms. Kathryn A. Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Overholt Mr. and Mrs. David Pridgen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel N. Riter Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie A. Schwab Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Shumate Mr. and Mrs. Joshua M. Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Gregory E. Simmons Mr. Aaron D. Sloboda Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Slowikowski Ms. Claire Carberry and Mr. Jay Steinmetz Mr. and Mrs. Trent A. Stockton Mrs. Margaret Watkins and Mr. Stratton Strand Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Jarred M. Testa Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thompson, Jr. Ms. Melissa Tower Mr. and Mrs. John L. Warnack, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Neal A. Wesloski Mr. and Mrs. Justin T. Windle, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Justin H. Woelper Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wolff Ninth Grade
Eighth Grade Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Bagby Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Becker 52
Mrs. Antigoni Apesos Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Arrup Mr. and Mrs. S. Allen Brown IV
Mrs. Erica F. Wilhide Mr. and Mrs. Justin T. Windle, Sr. Tenth Grade
Mr. and Mrs. Todd Chan Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Clark Ms. Alexis Cooke Mr. Jason Cooke Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Cooke Ms. Jackie Jones and Dr. Mel Daly Mr. and Mrs. Jamie J. Fick, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Heider Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hewitt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Gilston Hutzler Mr. and Mrs. Phil A. Insley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Kappus Mr. and Mrs. Ryan R. Kelly, Sr. Dr. Anastasia Vendelis-Klima and Mr. Michael J. Klima Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Lazenby Dr. and Mrs. Scott D. London Mrs. Kate Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Meredith Mr. and Mrs. George Nistazos Mr. and Ms. John C. Ohnmacht Ms. Michelle L. Tracy and Mr. Michael Otto Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Pinkett III Mr. and Mrs. Richard Puritz Ms. Jameika Queen Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Quenzer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Roche Dr. and Mrs. Mubadda Salim Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Schoenwetter Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Stubbs Mr. and Mrs. Casey H. Sydnor Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thompson, Jr. Mrs. Dawn F. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Wehberg
Mr. and Mrs. Corey A. Alston, Sr. Ms. Abigail Janney Baker Mr. and Ms. Joseph L. Bershad Mr. Stephen P. Bieschke Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Bogusky Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Brant Mr. and Mrs. James H. Burch Mr. and Mrs. David S. Cadigan Mr. and Mrs. John G. Cochran II Ms. Celeste A. Curtis Dr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Foster, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Foster Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Goldsborough III Mr. R. Lindsay Hargrave Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Hillwig Mrs. Danielle Robinson-Jones and Mr. Eric Jones Mr. and Mrs. Terrance King Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Knott Mr. and Mrs. Justin W. Laupert Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. LeVanis II Ms. Amanda Lopez and Mr. Guillermo Giraldo Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Makowiecki Mr. and Mrs. Tariq Mian Mr. and Mrs. Kyriakos Mimaros Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Moxley Mr. and Mrs. David Oestreicher Mr. and Mrs. Adam Peake Ms. Natalie N. Preston Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Richter Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Roe Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rubin Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Rudick Dr. Karen Scheu and Mr. Robert Scheu Mr. and Mrs. William D. Scott Mr. and Mrs. John H. Shenasky III Mr. and Mrs. Gregory E. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Smith III Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. Whitley Dr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Witham Drs. Tina E. and Scott E. Woodburn Eleventh Grade Annonymous Mr. Gregg M. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Blibaum Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Crouse Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Davies
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Zachary B. Gilden Mrs. Felice D. Goldbloom Mr. and Mrs. Scot Goldstein Mr. Scott Goodhue Drs. Rachel and Mehran Habibi Mrs. Amy Hale Mr. and Mrs. Faheem D. Hammett Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hazard Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Holder Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lorenz IV Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Macris Mr. and Mrs. Patrick S. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Mallon, Jr. Dr. Patrick Moulds Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Navarre Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. O’Connor, Jr. Ms. Michelle L. Tracy and Mr. Michael Otto Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Pyne Drs. Omrana Pasha and Junaid A. Razzak Ms. Alden B. Reith Mr. John C. Reith Mrs. Lauri M. Richmond Ms. Laura M. Barrientos and Mr. David Sena Mr. and Mrs. Jason D. Smith Ms. Claire Carberry and Mr. Jay A. Steinmetz Mr. and Mrs. Trent A. Stockton Mr. Jeffrey A. Stoller Mrs. Darline A. Terrell-Tyson and Mr. Nigel A. Tyson Mr. J. Timothy Voelkel Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Wyskiel Mr. and Mrs. Brian Zappitello Twelfth Grade Ms. Vivien N. Badu and Mr. Kwame B. Akuffo Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Arthur Dr. Nancy Bailowitz and Mr. Jordan I. Bailowitz Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Barta Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Bedford Mr. Michael B. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Bogusky Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Booth Mr. and Mrs. David Brashear Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. David Burman Ms. Anne T. Chiolo Mr. John R. Ciccarone Ms. Selma V. Ciccarone Dr. and Mrs. Mikel D. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. DeRocco Mr. and Mrs. John C. Elliott
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Barry Fishel Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Fitz-Patrick Ms. Rachel Eisler and Mr. Geoffrey Genth Mr. and Mrs. John J. Glatz II Mr. Glenn W. Godin Ms. Tracy Reynolds and Mr. Matthew W. Greaver Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hegmann Mr. and Mrs. Al Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. David B. Hescox Mr. Dwayne A. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kagen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Karey Mr. and Mrs. Terrence King Dr. Anastasia Vendelis-Klima and Mr. Michael J. Klima Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Longway Mr. and Ms. Andrew C. Loyd Mr. and Mrs. Robins R. Mapp III Mr. and Mrs. John J. Maranto Mr. and Mrs. Ryan McClernan Dr. and Mrs. Patrick T. McGinley Mr. and Mrs. Vincent L. McMillan Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Moreland Ms. Robin F. Neal Mr. and Mrs. Niall H. O’Malley Mr. and Mrs. Ndofunsu M. Osias Mr. and Mrs. William Ozonoff Mr. and Mrs. Adam Peake Ms. Carolyn Pouch Drs. Omrana Pasha and Junaid A. Razzak Mr. and Mrs. David Rieck Ms. Sylvie Merlier-Rowen and Mr. Stanley Rowen Mr. and Mrs. William Rubin Prof. Carolyn Sajadi and Dr. Mohammad Sajadi Mr. and Mrs. Jeff R. Schechter Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Schell Mr. and Mrs. C. Ryan Smith Ms. Theresa M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. John Spilman V Mr. and Mrs. Brian Tankersley Mrs. Tracy Travers Mr. and Mrs. Justin T. Windle, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Stuart T. Zaller GIFTS-IN-KIND Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Mollett Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Moxley Mr. Vincent Piccinini Mr. William Ryan Mrs. Jennifer Gilbert St. John
William H. Mosberg III Herbert R. O’Conor III Glynn I. Owens Frederick G. Smith Class of 1968 Bradford G. Y. Carney Andrew D. Coleman Brian T. Devlin Jeffrey J. Glibert Douglas K. Loizeaux Frederick V. W. Slagle Class of 1969
REPORT OF ALUMNI GIFTS
Class of 1955
Class of 1964
Class of 1945 J. Frederick Glose*
David W. Meese Hugo C. Olsen, Jr. Daniel O. Tracy, Jr.
Class of 1947
Class of 1956
A. Burton Levering
Hugh E. Gelston, Jr. Thomas W. Mitchell
Robert E. Carter R. Bruce Fingles Joseph F. Foertsch, Jr. Louis J. Kousouris, Jr. John W. H. Michel Robin S. Read Philip A. Rousseaux William H. Shriver III
Class of 1957
Class of 1965
William T. Kirwan Hy James Levasseur Peter L. Stegner
David E. Bosley Harry C. Bowie III William F. R. Gilroy Joseph H. Grady, Jr. Charles R. Greenslit Thomas B. Peace Mark F. Wachter
Class of 1948 Thomas E. Donoho Class of 1949 Leonard B. Bjorkman Class of 1959 Class of 1950 George M. Shriver III*
Dyson P. Ehrhardt Peter R. McGill, Jr. Class of 1960
Carroll M. Berndt, Jr. Walter D. Penrose
Craig Edmonds William E. Krebs
Class of 1953
Class of 1961
Raphael O. Brooks, Jr. W. Peregrine Roberts
Roger G. Bloom Carroll S. Klingelhofer III
Robert C. Goetze, Jr. Gary A. Graham Harold G. Hathaway III Evan R. Jaqua Edgar H. Spilman, Jr. Mike Thomas Richard A. Wilson Class of 1967
Class of 1954
Class of 1962
William E. Berndt Brooks B. Gracie, Jr. David Noble
John W. Ashworth III J. William Miller Geoffrey V. Parker
Class of 1970 Joseph W. G. Brooks Douglas H. Cooper Bradley W. Crockett Timothy B. Gilbert Richard B. Kelly John A. Leftwich Bruce E. Levan B. Frank Shriver James W. Stieff Jeffrey H. Wilson Thomas G. Xenakis
Anonymous Evan Black Raleigh Brent III Charles E. Carr III Paul B. Cochrane Mark M. Deering Brandon F. Gaines G. Todd Guntner Frederick J. Heldrich III David A. Kennedy Timothy E. Mering S. Morris Murray T. Scott Pendleton Gary A. Seidman A. L. Shreve Waxter, Jr. Class of 1973 Charles F. Black, Sr. James R. Brooks James W. Currie, Jr. C. Randall Deering Stuart Dusty Farber Robert R. Gisriel Lee M. Kennedy James F. Kennedy, Jr. Kevin J. Murphy Robert B. Naeny, Jr. J. Keith Scroggins Charles S. Sheain, Jr. David G. Simpson J. Duncan Smith Victor H. Starz III Roderick M. Theobald James T. Tomney II Samer N. Wahbe Alan M. Waller, Jr. Robert M. Willingham, Jr.
Class of 1971 Class of 1974
Class of 1966 Class of 1952
John G. M. Bacot, Sr. John Canedy David A. Goetze Donald A. Manekin J. Huston McCollough II Richard C. Mollett Robert V. H. Shriver John B. Thomas II David E. Waters Stephen E. Wright
Class of 1972
Donald W. Fusting Leonard G. Getschel, Jr. Gerald Maizlish David C. Mering Frank Morgan
James A. Callahan, Jr. Page Edmunds Daniel K. Jones Dennis J. Lambrow Richard H. Lehr Kenneth C. Miller III Richard S. Mogowski Ferdinand H. Onnen, Jr. William L. Sager Allen Stockbridge Gerard J. Sullivan Carl A. TenHoopen III William E. Thompson IV Herbert F. Waters Robert A. White, Jr. Dennis S. Xenakis
Scott H. Berger Randolph F. Cullen Mark G. Dorney Alexius A. Dyer III L. Myrton Gaines III Scott E. Huber William C. Kaestner James F. Mosberg William E. Queen Harry W. Rodgers IV Charles C. Stieff III T. Bayard Williams II Class of 1975 John M. Beazley
Harvey S. Brooks Philip C. Federico Robert A. Hoffman Bruce D. McLean Andrew M. Obrecht Brian H. O’Neil Duane K. Thomas Eric Weintraub F. Christian Zinkhan Class of 1976 J. Hollis B. Albert III Hugh L. Andes William B. Brooks Scott J. Caddell Jason A. Carter Michael B. Dembo Michael S. Federico James R. Grieves, Jr. J. McDonald Kennedy Nicholas P. Lambrow William S. Levy III David E. Meyers A. Skip Miller, Sr. Andrew S. Mullins Pen Pendleton III John B. Pierson William H. Skinner Richard N. Sutton Michael H. Turner J. Timothy Voelkel Class of 1977 Geoffrey H. Brent Frank F. Daily III Mitch Dugan Patrick M. Finn Louis R. Fritz Drew M. Haugh Andrew P. Hilgartner William S. Howser Frank S. Jones, Jr. Christopher P. Melocik George R. Ross III George Santos II J. Matthew Schofield Henry B. Thomas Class of 1978 Jonathan M. Brant Jack C. Brown, Jr. Michael R. Chasney Craig H. Cook George C. Cosby Thomas O. Daly Kevin P. Gavin Seamus Gilson 55
Bradley S. Glaser Richard B. Grieves Scott K. Hundertmark William D. Levering Craig S. Lewis J. Timothy Michel Dwight H. Miller Patrick Miller John J. Mutscheller Donald F. Obrecht, Jr. Richard T. O’Neil II Craig W. Parker
Thomas P. Finnerty Thomas M. Gaines Terrence D. Gibson Dominic L. Jordan Dwight C. Mules Carroll Roberts Class of 1983 J. Patrick Gugerty Zinon M. Pappas Robert J. Sherrod Richard Wartzman
Class of 1979
Gary S. Blibaum Adam C. Crooks Jonathan N. Davidov Hugh E. Gelston III Keith A. Gertsen William J. Held, Jr. Eric T. Levin Michael W. Lutz David W. Marcus Andrew B. Maus Mark G. Moxley David J. Preller III John M. Webster Richard J. Wyskiel
Class of 1984 Rodney A. Brown Stephen M. Dubin Paul D. Knott Rockwell T. Smith Class of 1980 J. Dixon Bartlett III John G. Cochran II Kenneth S. Frontain W. Kyle Gore G. Paul Govatos, Jr. Roland S. Harvey John S. Hessian Glenford L. Hynson Henry A. Lederer Mark W. Mason Martin J. Miller David T. Whittie Class of 1981 Kevin P. Barham Charles S. Barker David W. Beachler James H. Burch Rutger B. Colt III John S. Gibbs V Charles V. Henry, Jr. Mark D. Knobloch Stephen M. Knott Jeffrey C. Mason Jesse N. McDade Wesley R. Payne IV Robert E. Smith James G. Thomas, Jr. Peter D. Verheyen David O. Watts Bennett E. Zinman Class of 1982 Richard H. Bagby George F. Barker Juan M. Buendia 56
Class of 1989 Paul L. Baker Thomas G. Blair Mark B. Bond John R. Ciccarone Michael T. Colt John C. Reith George M. Shriver IV Charles D. White Class of 1985 Robert T. Cashman Nicholas B. M. Kemp, Jr. J. Todd Lindenstruth Ryan McClernan Leon F. Pinkett III Charles M. Shriver Brooks Shumate Roy A. Smith III Arthur F. Spalding Anthony S. Waskiewicz, Jr. Class of 1986 Steve B. Attias Andrew W. Buchanan Michael D. LeBlanc Michael G. LeVanis Joshua R. Mayhorne Glenn E. Smith Charles E. Toomey IV
David W. Krastel Matthew Lazenby Ross M. Levin Class of 1990 Andrew A. Berkowitz Trent H. Carter Charles D. Cook James S. Francomano Ryan C. A. Kirby Gregory Pyne Derek M. Radebaugh William D. Scott Brandon C. White
Class of 1994 Brent J. Beever Paul L. Flohr, Jr. R. Brandon Mollett Brian K. Shure Patrick G. Sullivan Edwin H. Webster III
Jake M. Aygun Brandon B. Carney Mathew D. Jahromi Andrew S. Katzenberg Adam B. Lowy Brian P. Nee Joseph Scalia Class of 2001
Class of 1995 Timothy F. Berger Brad R. Bernstein James C. Buck Brad R. Gilroy Marc J. Hassan James L. Lears III Jason C. Quenzer Joshua M. Silverman Michael N. Smith Elliot H. Steelman R. Christopher Swanson Shawn W. Walter Class of 1996 Jason B. Carney Chad Fisher James J. Lee Marshall McDorman Morey N. Zuskin
Stanley L. Blackwell Brandon P. Davis Travis L. Hinkle Patrick J. Kotras Daniel Lacher Matthew S. Melnick Charles E. Murphy III Ferdinand H. Onnen III Nicholas W. Rust Gregory P. Wiatrowski Class of 2002 Henry M. Blue, Jr. Michael A. Case Matthew F. Feild Jeffrey E. Keenan Troy J. Marrocco Phillip M. North Brian W. O. Read Christopher J. Spencer Benjamin B. Wells
Michael A. Sapperstein Patrick M. Smith Class of 2005 Andrew W. Blahut W. Carl Ebeling V Christopher N. Frederick Jeremy D. Keith Joseph D. Kennedy Jesse R. Leikin Scott N. Matthews, Jr. Christopher P. Montague Charles H. O’Neil Taylor S. Paff C. Clinton Stieff IV Class of 2006 Chris J. Boland David L. Bronfein Brian Farrell James P. Feketie Gregory P. FitzGerald Michael B. Hurwitz Stuart L. Mitchell Dietrich P. Onnen Peter B. Scheve David J. Shriver Andrew B. Taubman Class of 2007
Class of 1997 Class of 1991 Jason N. Barnett Samuel H. Friedman David C. Hyman Kevin C. Lutz Josh Pomles Christian M. Sieverts C. Ryan Smith Jason A. L. Timoll Jonathan S. Trump Class of 1992
Bruce S. Campbell IV Class of 1987 Aaron B. Cline Christopher P. Hervy James Freeman IV C. Dudley Obrecht John J. Glatz II David B. Pollock R. Lindsay Hargrave James G. Walls, Jr. James A. Mitchell Jason Morton Class of 1993 Brian J. Rudick W. Andrew A. Tierney Patrick A. Cairns Eric A. Spilman Class of 1988 Dennis H. Weinman
Class of 2003 Wayne L. Armacost II Todd E. Bowens Colby Cox Todd R. Evans Ryan D. Mollett Noah T. Mumaw John Reichl Ian Shure Class of 1998 Joshua A. Floam Kevin L. Wiglesworth Class of 1999 Geoffrey M. Burger Timothy M. Cronin James R. Daue Corey L. Days Frank J. Federico III Stephen E. Feiss Kevin M. Sullivan Class of 2000
Nolan M. Aiken Gregory C. Baggan Andrew T. Burger Logan T. Burke William L. Cooper III Daniel A. Lucas Patrick R. Mahoney C. Andrew Peace Joseph T. Rallo Korey B. Rubeling E. Evan Scheiner Charles S. Sheain III D. Middleton Smith III Duncan B. Swanston Ryan M. Walterhoefer Class of 2004 Timothy A. Davis Gabriel M. Dutton, Sr. John G. Eckenrode III Charles P. Floeckher Peter J. LaPaglia III Kyle W. Mahoney Christopher D. W. Read
David F. Aiken Samuel B. Colonell Michael F. Conklin Jack B. Dudley, Jr. Alexander W. Gaines Colin M. Gaines Jeffrey A. Gaines David Tyler Grason Craig L. Martin Conor P. Sanders Tyler T. Silvey W. Brett Weiss Class of 2008 Matthew W. Andes John J. Keenan Dennis R. Mahoney S. Adam Scharff John R. Scott III Thomas N. Thibeault II Class of 2009 Bradford D. Boyer Patrick M. Dudley Daniel F. Johnson 57
Brad J. Yaffe Class of 2010 Thomas L. Adams IV Stephen B. Andes Gregory J. Barnes Cole O. Blake M. McCormack Curran Patrick C. Foster Thomas J. Guarino Matthew R. Hamburger Tyler C. Holub Lucas E. Lees Devin F. McDonnell Kevin B. O’Neil William Neill Peck Sean M. Radcliffe Brian D. Rothman Kevin A. Stierer, Jr. Thomas A. Vielandi Andrew T. White Christopher M. Wilcox Class of 2011 Jonathan H. Attman Job T. Bedford Alan-Michael Carter Maxwell T. Cooke Zachary L. Davis Jack D. Durkee David Goodman Justin E. Hill Michael V. Mutscheller Charles D. Rice Nelson B. Rice Christopher C. Rizakos Stavros E. Rizakos Wells T. Stanwick Taylor Stothoff Joe M. Weidner Alexander B. Whitman Class of 2012 Henry J. Knott IV Carter M. Paff James H. Peacock Greg B. Pyke Nicholas R. Shepherd Grant D. Smith Tyler I. Steinhardt Brink Van Horn
Thomas F. H. Brown IV Taylor C. Davis Joshua D. Hamburger Franklin L. Johnson III Ben D. Levin Tyler R. Montague Christopher M. Rubino Gregory G. Sheetz William H. Suttton John G. Walsh Class of 2014 Cameron A. Adams Liam C. Burman Andrew C. Grauel Riley F. Peters Shackleford P. Stanwick Parker D. Yablon
Stewart G. Moxley Harrison A. Spilker Class of 2021 Vincent C. Arthur Johngideon B. Bedford John H. Bryan Hunter A. Hegmann Edward G. Loyd John J. Maranto II Neelen M. McMillan Alexander D. O’Malley Aiden E. Silverman Benjamin C. Smith Garrett B. Zaller Class of 2023
Dylan F. Gaines Michael Knott* Joshua B. Smith
James H. Burch, Jr. Cole W. Gibson Haiden L. Giles Noah A. Jones Jakob W. Laupert Thomas M. Moxley John H. Shenasky IV
Class of 2016
Class of 2024
Class of 2015
Andrew J. Brennan Matthew T. Lugat John M. Pezzulla, Jr. Ryan M. Shaw
Class of 2026 Andrew P. McDonald Class of 2028 Keno J. Brown, Jr. Class of 2029
Class 2018 Antony D. Verrecchia-DeLonde Cole C. Jarrett William J. O’Dell Matthew C. Post Carrington T. C. B. Scott
Class of 2030 Cole F. Brown
Class of 2031
Walker G. Campbell Winston C. Chodnicki Connor A. Knott Blake G. Shepherd Cooper H. Weidner William F. Wright
Jaiden A. Gomez IN HONOR OF MCLEAN ALBAN ’31 AND BRADEN BROWN ’24 The Campbell Foundation
Class of 2013
Class of 2020
C. Bowen Adams Stephen C. Black Alec S. Blitzstein
William F. Alokones Lorenzo Donadio Michael B. Foster, Jr.
Drs. Ruby and Robert Hearn IN HONOR OF LEE KENNEDY ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders IN HONOR OF BRANDON MOLLETT ’94 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Warnack, Sr. IN HONOR OF HELEN POTTER Ms. Rachel Eisler and Mr. Geoffrey Genth IN HONOR OF JACOB SCHNEIDER ’17 Mrs. Linda Jacob IN HONOR OF BOB SHRIVER ’69 Mr. Charles White
Grant T. Gibson
Class of 2017 Josiah K. Bedford Evan R. Ellwanger Garrett J. Glaeser
Mr. Anthony R. Alonso Mr. Wayne L. Armacost II Mrs. Carol A. Carter Ms. Michelle Detweiler Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Mr. and Mrs. Christopher N. Frederick Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Gugerty Ms. Lori Gusdorf Ms. Allyson Halpern Mr. Stephen M. Higgins and The Carter Team Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. Stephen Krentel Ms. Emily Long Mr. Garvin S. Maffett Mr. James A. McDaniel Mr. Richard Munroe Mr. Paul Nowak Mr. and Mrs. John B. Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Post Ms. Rebecca Powell Ms. Carol Redmond Mr. Liam Ritchie Ms. Deb San Roman Ms. Amy Sankes Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts Mrs. Eileen A. Toohey Ms. Cynthia A. Trainor
IN HONOR OF ROBERT (BOB) E. CARTER’S 75th BIRTHDAY
IN HONOR OF DYSON P. EHRHARDT ’59
IN HONOR OF JOHN W. SIEVERTS
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Bagby The Boys’ Latin Alumni Association The Boys’ Latin Parents’ Association Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Federico Mr. and Mrs. L. Myrton Gaines II Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner Mr. and Mrs. J. William Miller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. Andrew M. Obrecht Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. James L. Potter Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. J. Duncan Smith The Stieff Family Dr. and Mrs. H. Mebane Turner
Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders
IN HONOR OF TEDDY FLEMING ’22 Mr. Richard Fleming IN HONOR OF HAL HATHAWAY ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Ingraham IN HONOR OF HARRY HINKLE ’20
IN HONOR OF KIM & JOHN WOLFF
IN MEMORY OF JOHN G. BOWLING H’10 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE JOHN G. BOWLING SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mrs. Jean A. Campbell Mr. Armand F. Girard Mr. Jeremy Keith Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Mollett Mr. Jason Morton Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rubino Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders IN MEMORY OF RALEIGH BRENT II ’44 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GILLIAN AND RALEIGH BRENT FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey H. Brent Mr. Raleigh Brent III Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner IN MEMORY OF FRANK C. BROOKS ’42 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE FRANK C. BROOKS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. James R. Brooks Mr. Joseph W. G. Brooks Mrs. Margaret B. Tucker
Mrs. Leslie Hollins
IN MEMORY OF J. MARSHALL BRUCE, JR.
IN MEMORY OF MORTON E. BARNETT
Mr. Lee M. Kennedy Mr. J. McDonald Kennedy
Mr. Jason N. Barnett Mrs. Joyce S. Barnett
IN MEMORY OF MARK CALLANAN ’76
IN MEMORY OF KATHLEEN (KATE) M. BERGER FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE KATHLEEN M. BERGER SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Mr. Brian T. Devlin
Ms. Jean A. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cochran III Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kaster Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Ms. Claire E. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. Edward C. Papenfuse Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sullivan
IN MEMORY OF BRIAN C. CAMPBELL ’92 Ms. Brenda J. Bodian Mrs. Jean A. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lange
IN MEMORY OF JARRETT A. DIXON ’89
Mrs. Catherine Lears Bennett Mr. and Mrs. James L. Lears III Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson IN MEMORY OF CRAIG J. LEVITT ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Rudick
IN MEMORY OF STEPHEN EARLY Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy
Mrs. Stephany Harper Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy IN MEMORY OF J. DOUGLAS HILBERT ’66
The Schluderberg Foundation, Inc. IN MEMORY OF ELLEN & ELIZA JENKINS AND ELEANOR JENKINS WHEDBEE
Mr. Mark G. Dorney Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil IN MEMORY OF HUGH (JUGGY) H. GELSTON ’55 Ms. Jane E. Austin Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Emmy and Bruce Scott IN MEMORY OF J. FREDERICK GLOSE ’45 Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. J. William Miller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM T. HARPER, JR. 60
Mr. Herbert R. O’Conor III ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. Alan M. Waller, Jr. IN MEMORY OF BETTIE HILL Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM G. HUPFELDT, JR. ’80 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WILLIAM G. HUPFELDT, JR. SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Mr. Richard B. Kelly IN MEMORY OF JOHN S. KERNS, JR. ’52
IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM G. HUPFELDT, SR. ’44 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WILLIAM G. HUPFELDT, SR. SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mrs. Margaret K. Hupfeldt and The Hupfeldt Family
IN MEMORY OF DAVID I. LAMPE FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE DAVID I. LAMPE SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Weinman IN MEMORY OF JAMES L. LEARS, JR. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE JAMES L. LEARS SCHOLARSHIP FUND
IN MEMORY OF MRS. FERDINAND H. ONNEN, SR.
IN MEMORY OF PATRICK RADEBAUGH ’97
Mr. Alexius A. Dyer Mr. Lee M. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy IN MEMORY OF PETER MACHEN ’68
IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM H. MAY ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Gugerty Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Obrecht, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Post Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts IN MEMORY OF BARTON S. MITCHELL H’07
Mrs. Stephanie C. K. Woolard The Schluderberg Foundation, Inc. Mr. James A. Callahan Ms. S. Kimberly Hupfeldt Mr. Chris Hupfeldt Mrs. Julie Hupfeldt Miller
IN MEMORY OF GEORGE M. SHRIVER III ’50 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GEORGE M. SHRIVER, JR. SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Mr. and Mrs. Beau A. Dagenais Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lange Mrs. Mary Logan
Mr. Brian T. Devlin IN MEMORY OF MARY LENORE AND JOHN ALBERT KELLY FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE MARY LENORE AND JOHN ALBERT KELLY SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Gugerty Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. Charles H. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. O’Neil III
Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt
Mr. Skip Pearre IN MEMORY OF W. BRAD GANO ’74 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE W. BRAD GANO SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Mrs. Betsy Durham
IN MEMORY OF ALBERT LOGAN H’12 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE ALBERT “AB” LOGAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND
IN MEMORY OF WILLIAM D. LYNN ’36 Mr. Alexander Dixon
MARY HOEN O’NEIL
Mrs. Beth S. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wolff IN MEMORY OF LAWRENCE P. NAYLOR III ’37 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LAWRENCE P. NAYLOR III ’37 SCHOLARHIP FUND Mrs. Cassandra Naylor
IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH E. PERKINS ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace
Mr. and Mrs. David Radebaugh Mrs. John D. Radebaugh, Sr. IN MEMORY OF OTIS B. READ III ’55 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE OTIS B. READ III SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. and Mrs. William S. Dingledine, Jr. Ms. Annemarie Merow and Ms. Maryanne Arthur Ms. Ashley Montague Mrs. Cathy Read Montague Mr. Christopher Montague Mr. David Paul Montague Mr. Tyler Montague Mrs. Dottie Read Mr. Robin S. Read
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Black Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Post Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts IN MEMORY OF ROBERT V. SHRIVER, JR. FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE SHRIVER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Brandau Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rubino Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. H. Shriver IN MEMORY OF HOWARD R. SIMPSON ’44 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE HOWARD R. SIMPSON ’44 SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mrs. Katherine Simpson IN MEMORY OF CAROLYN B. SMITH FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CAROLYN B. SMITH SCHOLARSHIP FUND
IN MEMORY OF DAVID W. ROSZEL ’39
Ms. Carolyn Smith and Mr. Ethan White
Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts
IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH (JOEY) S. SMITH ’01
IN MEMORY OF STANLEY J. RUDICK H’14 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Morton Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Rudick IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH W. SENER, JR. ’44 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE JOSEPH W. SENER, JR. ’44 SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Mr. Matthew S. Melnick Mrs. Kim Smith Sagor Mr. James M. Smith IN MEMORY OF RONALD L. SPAHN ’58 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE GAIL AND RONALD L. SPAHN EDUCATIONAL FUND Mrs. Rachel S. McCurdy Mrs. Gail Spahn Mr. Jared Spahn
IN MEMORY OF 61
IN MEMORY OF JACK H. WILLIAMS ’38 Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy IN MEMORY OF HELEN XENAKIS
IN MEMORY OF J. KEMP THOMAS ’75
THOMAS S. TRAVERS SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Ms. Jane Began Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Black Mr. W. Brinton Brooks The Children’s Funding Project Ms. Laura Cotton Mr. Clarke Fitzmaurice Mr. Al Freihofer Ms. Patricia L. Gavin Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Ms. Cosette Larash Ms. Peg McCarty Mr. Rob Messinger Mr. Charles F. Peace IV Mr. and Mrs. James H. Peace Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. and Mrs. John B. Thomas Ms. Lydia S. Thomas Mr. Alan M. Waller, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner The Mary Jean and Oliver Travers Foundation, Inc.
IN MEMORY OF JAMES G. THOMAS, SR. Mrs. Shirley Thomas IN MEMORY OF MATTHEU D. THOMAS ’19 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE MATTHEU D. THOMAS SCHOLARSHIP FUND Ms. Parker Sutton and Mr. Paul D. Knott Ms. Faith Shapiro The Boys’ Latin School Parents’ Association Mrs. Shirley Thomas
IN MEMORY OF DOUGLAS C. TURNBULL ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace IN MEMORY OF SONIA M. WAHBE Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner IN MEMORY OF MICHAEL M. WALLACE ’74 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Kaestner Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. O’Neil IN MEMORY OF E. RICHARD WATTS Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt IN MEMORY OF JAMES MCC. WEBSTER, JR. ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Webster III Mrs. James McC. Webster, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Webster Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Wiglesworth Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Wiglesworth IN MEMORY OF RICHARD E. WEBSTER, SR. ’59
IN MEMORY OF THOMAS S. TRAVERS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 62
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Berndt Mr. and Mrs. John Botti
Jane and Richard Burch Mr. and Mrs. Pat Carney Mr. David E. Cloud Mr. and Mrs. David A. Dannenfelser Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Davis Mrs. Patricia Dear The Dickinson College 2007 Lacrosse Team Mr. and Mrs. William S. Dingledine Gray and Willie Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Ms. Karen Faryniak Mrs. Sandra B. Fink Mr. Louis R. Fritz Mr. Hugh E. Gelston Mr. T. Dixon Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Hilgartner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. Carrol S Klingelhofer III Ms. Elizabeth B. Knerr Mr. William E. Krebs Mr. and Mrs. J. William Miller Mrs. John L. V Murphy, Jr. Mr. C. Andrew Peace Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Peace Mr. William W. Pheil Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Post Mr. and Mrs. Conor P. Sanders Mr. Robert V. H. Shriver Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sieverts Mrs. Susan B. Szczypinski Ms. Jamie Taylor The Brotherhood of Frat 10 Mrs. Shirley Thomas Mrs. Mary J. Warhurst Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Webster III Mrs. James McC. Webster, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Webster Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Wiglesworth Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Wiglesworth
Ms. Constance C. Au Ms. Aritee Bond Ms. Despina Coroneos Ms. Niki Crits Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Dilella Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Gisriel Ms. Marguerite M. Greenman Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harrington Ms. Dana Karangelen Mr. and Mrs. John Karkazis Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Klueh Mrs. Karen Kotapka Dr. Dennis J. Lambrow Mrs. Ann D. Malinowski Ms. Genevieve Martin Ms. Denise M. May Ms. Rachel Millman Mr. John O. Mitchell IV Mrs. Pamela P. Nopulos Ms. Helen M. Otell Mrs. Epatia L. Peters Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas Randall Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Reid Singleton Funeral & Cremation Services Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wegener Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Welling IN MEMORY OF LEO ZIMMERMAN ’10 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE LEO ZIMMERMANN SCHOLARSHIP FUND AbbVie Mr. C. Bowen Adams Ms. Deborah J. Anderson and Mr. Thomas L. Adams III Mr. Thomas L. Adams IV Ms. Michelle Alvanos Mr. Matt Amar Ms. Anne Amico Mr. Gregory J. Barnes Mr. Cole O. Blake Ms. Carol Bray Mr. Stephen R. Brown Ms. Lynda Bush Ms. Melissa A. Brown and Mr. Joseph M. C. Conway Mr. and Mrs. James W. Curran III
Mr. M. McCormack Curran Mr. Scott Darner Mr. Brenden David Ms. Joann Dobbins Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Dodds Mr. and Mrs. Dyson P. Ehrhardt Ms. Emily Endres Mr. and Mrs. David Estabrook The Father’s Day Golf Participants Mr. Michael Fazio Ms. Julie Fleming Mr. Leo W. Goetz Mr. Thomas J. Guarino Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Gugerty Mr. Jeffrey B. Halter Mr. Matthew R. Hamburger Ms. Macy Hastings Mr. Drew M. Haugh Mr. Bryan Hiller Ms. Peyton Hodges Mr. Tyler C. Holub Mr. Ryan Hurst Ms. Terri Johns Mr. William C. Kaestner Mr. and Mrs. J. McDonald Kennedy Ms. Karis Kingeter Ms. Heather Klouber Mrs. Maureen Koegel The Kraemer Family Mr. Michael Laffey Mr. Tom Laffey Mr. Lucas E. Lees Ms. Anna Levin Ms. Lauren Padussis and Mr. Sean Lydon Mr. Angus Macfarlane Ms. Katherine Marcotte Mr. and Mrs. Tony Marino Ms. Colleen McDade-Citrino Mr. Devin F. McDonnell Ms. Becca McWilliams Ms. Emily McWilliams Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. McWilliams Mr. Ramzey Mirza Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moody Ms. Fiola Mulliqi Ms. Carlee Mutschler Ms. Alison O’Connor Ms. Sandra O’Hearen Mr. and Mrs. Sean O’Hearen Mr. Kevin B. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. William F. Peck Mr. W. Neill Peck Ms. Denise Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Post Mr. Sean M. Radcliffe Ms. Allison Reichhold Ms. Jane E. Rife Mr. Christopher C. Rizakos
Mr. Stavros E. Rizakos Ms. Brittany Root Mr. Brian E. Rothman Ms. Jamie Sandman-Carder Mr. and Mrs. Don Schifferdecker Ms. Faith Shapiro Ms. Julia Shultz Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sorensen Ms. Noel Stazko Mr. Taylor Stothoff Mr. Rich Thomas The Vazquez Family Mr. Thomas A. Vielandi Ms. Katie Wallace Mr. and Ms. Nick Wallace Mr. and Mrs. John Way Ms. Dayna Weisberg Mr. Andrew T. White Mr. Chris M. Wilcox Mrs. Eileen Wilcox Ms. Lucy Wyatt IN MEMORY OF NICHOLAS LEE ZIOLKOWSKI ’01 FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NICHOLAS LEE ZIOLKOWSKI SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mrs. Nancy A. Herget Mr. Matthew S. Melnick Ms. Tracy Miller and Mr. Paul Arnest Mr. Andrew Ziolkowski IN MEMORIUM David W. Roszel ’39 J. Frederick Glose ’45 E. Douglas Swartz ’48 George M. Shriver III ’50 Michael Connolly ’53 Hugh H. Gelston ’55 Russell T. Aaronson ’59 Richard E. Webster ’59 William H. May ’60 George D. Mitchell ’70 William Alex Nelson ’70 J. Kemp Thomas ’75 Steven Williamson ’75 Robert L. Spillman ’81 Gregory E. Tildon ’85 Saul C. Tocker ’87 Leo Zimmermann ’10 Michael Knott ’15
wife Melissa this summer in Asheville, NC. “Willy” established a restaurant 10 years ago called Chiesa (Italian for church) and recently sold the business while maintaining a minority interest.
CLASS NOTES By Mac Kennedy ’76, Director of Alumni Relations and Stewardship
Bill Gilroy ‘65 writes that he came out of retirement once again and accepted an offer to be the Assistant Varsity Tennis Coach at Severn School. Severn was playing its first year in the MIAA “A” Conference and ended the regular season undefeated. During the campaign the Admirals defeated longtime tennis power Gilman, a perennial “A” Conference champion contender. Severn’s #1 singles player finished the regular season and the end of year tournament undefeated, and its #1 doubles team finished the regular season undefeated before losing for the first time in the tournament finals, s to Gilman. Bill’s grandson, Aiden, a sophomore at Severn, was on the #1 doubles team, and his father, Bill, is BL Class of 1992. Bill ’65 writes, “It was a remarkable accomplishment for a team that had just moved up from the “B” Conference to the “A” Conference to finish undefeated and the #1 seed for the tournament. When I was asked to coach tennis for the first time a few years ago, I was reluctant since I had only coached lacrosse and basketball in the past. But I was encouraged by Severn’s head coach to do so, and it has been quite a unique experience... [I] hope to coach again next year since we are only losing one senior from the team and anticipate being able to do well in the A Conference again!”
Tom Thompson ‘71 shared his latest sailing adventure to his friends. Tom writes: “I made it to St. Augustine, Florida from Middle River, Maryland. It took me a month to get there. I was worn out and did not feel like going any further south. My phone went in the drink... I am still putting my contacts back in my new phone.” Doug Loizeaux ‘68 reports that his son Ian ‘02 was in town last spring. Ian and his family continue to live in London and came to Baltimore with his five-month old son Jack. Doug wrote, “Baby Jack, the denizen of London and a UK citizen, was served a Baltimore dinner of crab soup, crab cakes, tomatoes, and corn on the cob [all] washed down with a ‘Natty Boh’...and a dessert of Berger cookies. Ain’t life grand, Hon!?” Doug’s father Jack Loizeaux ‘35 was the winner of the Alumni Cup for “leadership based on character” his senior year and was named a BL Distinguished Alumnus in 2000. Doug was named a Distinguished Alumnus in 2018. Allen Stockbridge ‘71 is the designated Managing Broker at eXp Commercial for the state of Washington. eXp is a high-tech real estate brokerage platform with 40,000 residential agents worldwide and a new commercial division. He is a graduate of Towson University with an MBA from the University of Maryland’s Smith Business School and also has a JD from the University of Maryland School of Law.
Brandon Gaines ‘72 is a managing partner at Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty in Baltimore. He started his real estate career in 1977 at the venerable W. H. C. Wilson and Company realtors in Roland Park. Brandon is a graduate of Denison University and all four of his sons are graduates of BL.
John King ‘73 is the president and founder of TELigence Partners, a company that provides telecommunications and information technology procurement and implementation consulting and project management services to forward-thinking businesses throughout Vermont and the northeast. Al Waller ‘73 and his wife Edee visited Bob Willingham ‘73 and his
Jay Guyther ‘74 is a Media Measurement Research and Marketing Consultant for the FTC Monitor/Arbitron-Nielsen Consent Decree. He has over 30 years of experience in audience measurement and media research, marketing and product management, both in the US and internationally. From 19842009 he was with Arbitron, the radio ratings research supplier in the US, where he co-wrote the business plan to introduce electronic audience measurement in the 50 largest radio markets and was the senior executive responsible for its implementation. Jay is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland and also has his MBA from Loyola. Harry Rodgers ‘74 is partner and the Chief Marketing Officer at PIUS (Patent Insurance Underwriting Services) in Baltimore. His company helps clients obtain larger loan amounts at better rates by utilizing a company’s intellectual property as collateral. PIUS’ proprietary insurance product provides a credit enhancement for growing companies to secure better financing options. He is also a principal at HWR Consulting, LLC specializing in Risk Management and Risk Finance consulting. Harry is a graduate of the
University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Phil Heldrich ‘75 is an Executive Vice President and Washington Division President at Premier Bank. Phil has been in the banking industry for over 30 years. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University. John Macsherry ‘75 is an Independent Consultant for JHM Realty, LLC. John has been in the commercial real estate development business since 1985. He is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland and has his MBA in Real Estate Development from Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School.
President/Investments and Branch Manager at Stifel in St. Louis, MO. He is a graduate of Principia College of Illinois. Jason Carter ‘76 is a Senior Mechanical Estimator at JCM Associates. The company is one of the most respected and sought after mechanical contractors in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Founded in 1987 JCM Associates, Inc. quickly established itself as an industry leader. Jason is a graduate of Towson University. David Meyers ‘76 is a Field Account Representative at Grainger in the Baltimore area. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and also has his MBA from Loyola University Maryland. David is a member of BL’s Board of Visitors. Andy Mullins ‘76 is the President of Summit Building Services, Inc. His company has provided 25 years in the facilities maintenance/janitorial field servicing many small and large companies in the Baltimore/ Washington area. Andy is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
Stuart May ‘75 is the Director of Husbandry and Operations at the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores. He is a graduate of Gettysburg College with a B.A. in Environmental Studies. Stuart and his wife Pia live in Morehead City, NC.
John Pierson ‘76 is Vice-President/ Senior Sales Executive at Lyons Companies. Lyons Companies, founded in 1984, is an independent risk management and insurance brokerage firm serving clients across the United States and abroad. John has over 30 years in the insurance business. He is a graduate of Washington College. Lorenzo Ascoli ‘77 is a Financial Advisor, Vice President - Investments at Wells Fargo Advisors in Bethesda, MD. He is a graduate of Georgetown University with an MBA from George Washington University.
Duane Thomas ‘75 is Senior Vice 65
for brokers, agents and insurance carriers. John has been working for his firm for almost 25 years. He is a graduate of Towson University.
Geoff Brent ‘77 is Senior Vice President - Financial Advisor and Senior Portfolio Manager at RBC Wealth Management in Baltimore. Geoff is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and is currently the president of Boys’ Latin’s Board of Trustees. Matt Schofield ‘77 has been a pediatrician in the Boston area for 30 years or so. He is now deep in his “retirement planning!” He lives in Cambridge and has a small farm in Maine. He is looking forward to more gardening, raising chickens and goats, and canoeing on the local rivers. His wife Jessie is a retired librarian and keeps herself busy in their community. He writes: “My kids are grown. My daughter Rebecca is 32 and lives in Boston. She is an urban planner focusing on developing affordable housing. My son Benjamin is 28 and lives in Brooklyn NY...Life is good.” Dave Wilder ‘77 is a Project and Construction Manager in the Baltimore area with 33 years of experience managing spent fuel storage, outage services, decommissioning and demolition and environmental remediation projects for nuclear utilities, the Department of Energy, USACE, and major chemical manufacturing companies throughout the US and UK. He is a graduate of Ithaca College and also holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Law from the University of Baltimore.
Roland Harvey ‘80 is the Founder and President at Natural Concerns, a full-service residential and commercial landscaping company. The expertise Roland has assembled at Natural Concerns reflects many years of training and experience in landscape design, installation and maintenance. His staff members – some of whom have degrees in horticulture and many of whom have worked in the landscaping field for over 30 years – are continuing at Natural Concerns the dedication and expertise that they individually refined. Since 1989, Roland’s company has been committed to providing staff members with the training and opportunities that enable them to continue learning, to grow into leadership positions, and to develop their full potential. To see some of the incredible work Natural Concerns does, go to https://www. naturalconcernsfolio.com/. Glenford Hynson ‘80 is a District General Agent for Colonial Life & Accident Insurance Company in the Oregon/Idaho Territory recruiting brokers and agents. His company is a market leader in benefits education and delivery, innovative enrollment technology and customer experience. He is a graduate of Lebanon Valley College. John Alfriend ‘81 is a Senior Underwriter, National Specialty Programs, at Ryan Specialty Group (RSG) - formerly Allrisks Ltd. - in Hunt Valley, MD. RSG is an international specialty insurance organization that provides innovative solutions
Edgar Johansson ‘81 is past president and past Chairman of the Board for the Colorado Space Business Roundtable (CSBR) and works closely with the Colorado Space Coalition. He is a graduate of the “Leadership Program of the Rockies” as well as the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder’s “50 for Colorado” program. Edgar was the recipient of the 2003 Communications Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Colorado, Denver where he holds a degree in Communication (focus on international business and Asian studies). Edgar has studied the Japanese language, culture and history in the United States at Metro State College, the University of Colorado and at the Japan Center for Michigan University in Hikone, Japan. He is the President of BL’s Colorado Alumni Chapter and spearheaded his class’s 40th reunion this past spring.
Peter Verheyen ‘81 recently shared
the Baltimore Messenger picture that he found of him riding his bike home after his Class of ‘81 graduation. He writes: “Because [my] grandparents [attended graduation], there was no room in the car [for me.] The photographer stood at the bottom of the hill on Roland Ave opposite Roland Park Public School, just before the Enoch Pratt Library Branch. Not having a car, I rode my bike the three miles each way, rain or shine, year round. A day or so later, that bike and I were on our way to Germany for a six-week bike tour that would sadly be cut short when the bike was stolen in week five, just before I was going to see a Tour de France time trial stage in Mulhouse, France.” Dick Bagby ‘82 is the founder of Insurance Partners LLC, an independent insurance agency located in Towson. He has been in the insurance business for nearly 30 years. Dick is a graduate of Washington College and is currently a member of BL’s Board of Trustees. His son is currently attending BL.
Juan Buendia ‘82 Senior Client Advisor at Asset Strategy Consultants and a member of Boys’ Latin’s Investment Committee. Juan spent over 25 years working in New York City, most recently as the Director of Institutional Business in Latin America for Legg Mason. He is a graduate of Loyola University of Maryland with a Master’s degree in International Business and Finance from Brandeis International Business School. Dicky Gaines ‘82 is a Real Estate Agent and Property Manager at
Keller Williams Legacy (KW/Legacy.) He has been at KW/Legacy for nearly 20 years. He is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland. His son is a student in BL’s upper school. \ Dominic Jordon ‘82 is the Director of State Government Affairs at UPS where he has worked since 1987. He is a graduate of Winston-Salem State University with a degree in computer science. He also has a BS degree in Business Administration, Management, and Operations from the University of Baltimore
Dwight Mules ‘82 is the Chief Financial Officer at The Bulldog Group, LLC in the Maryland area. His company’s main business lines include truck hauling services, fleet management and construction and aggregate materials supply. Their services are available for projects within the mid-Atlantic region, primarily in the Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia metropolitan area. Dwight is a graduate of the University of Baltimore. Carroll Roberts ‘82 is a Senior Benefits Advisor for NFP Corporate Services (OH), Inc., a leading insurance broker and consultant, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Carroll is the son of Pere Roberts ‘53.
Marshal Morgan ‘85 (pictured second from left) visited Boys’ Latin this spring with his wife Dennise. He is currently a U.S. Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Puerto Rico. He wrote after his visit, “BL brings the best out in all of us.” Marshal is a graduate of Yale University and received his law degree from the University of Baltimore. Roy Smith ‘85 is a Principle at Class VI New River Fund based out of New York City. Roy lives in Owings Mills and is a member of BL’s Alumni Association Board of Directors. His son is in BL’s upper school. Roy is a graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in Finance and Marketing. Sean Carrick ‘86 is the Vice President of Identity Operations and Engineering at LPL Financial out of Charlotte, North Carolina. His company is a leader in the retail financial advice market and one of the nation’s largest independent broker/dealers. Sean has his MBA in Information Security from James Madison University. He and his wife Tammy live in Fort Mill, SC. Kenny Curtis ‘86 is working at FinkInc Media LLC. With more than 25 years in children’s broadcasting, Kenny is well known for founding and creating SiriusXM’s original, awardwinning kids’ channel, known today as “Kids Place Live”. He continues to bring his trademark characterizations to a national audience as the host of the kids’ daily radio program, “The Animal Farm.” 67
Victor Coppola ‘87 recently started a new job as a Data Engineer for United Talent Agency out of Los Angeles. He will continue to live in his home in New Jersey. A leading global talent and entertainment company, United Talent Agency represents many of the most acclaimed figures across film, television, news, music, sports, speakers, theater, fine art, literature, video games, podcasts and other social and digital content. Victor is a graduate of New York University. Jim Freeman ‘87 is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon in the Champlain Valley, VT area. He is a graduate of Gettysburg College and has an MS in Immunology and Molecular Biology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and his DDS from the University of Maryland. Andrew McLoughlin ‘87 works for Wilmington Trust Bank in the Baltimore area as a Vice President in the Operations and Technology sector. He is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University. Mitch Sayers ‘87 is the Managing Director/Founder of ArbeitSTROM. His company helps create better flow through vision and action and serves a wide range of mid-sized firms to improve business processes as well as lighting manufacturers and planners with technical support. He is a graduate of Cornell and has his MBA from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business. Mitch and his wife Jutta live in Munich, Germany. Manu Bhagavan ‘88 is a Professor of History and Human Rights at Hunter College and the Graduate Center at The City University of New York. He is a graduate of Carleton College with a Ph.D. in history from The University of Texas at Austin. Visit his website 68
at https://manubhagavan.com/ to learn more of his career and recent activities.
Charlie Constable ‘88 is a partner and Head of Private Clients at Brown Advisory in Baltimore. A graduate of Lake Forest University in Illinois, he also has his MBA from The Johns Hopkins University. Dave Curley ‘88 is a Senior Vice President at Sandy Hillman Communications. His company provides comprehensive communications services for its clients – from strategy and branding, to public relations program development and implementation. He has been in the communications business for over 20 years. Dave is a graduate of the University of Lynchburg. His son is currently a student in BL’s middle school. Keith Gertsen ‘88 is a Senior Private Banker at Citi in New York City. Keith and his family live in Connecticut. He is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and also has his MBA from the Carey Business School at Hopkins. Peter Klingelhofer ‘88 is a Chartered Financial Analyst and is currently the CIO of Wealthstone Advisors in Columbus, OH. He is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and is the son of Carroll Klingelhofer ‘61. Mike Lutz ‘88 is a Territory Sales Specialist at Heraeus Medical USA. His company provides quality, consistency, and innovation to
the orthopedic joint fixation and infection management market. Mike is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland and currently is a member of BL’s Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Matt Haas ‘89 is a Managing Director at JLL in Baltimore. His company specializes in real estate and investment management. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland College Park.
David Marcus ‘88 is a senior writer for The Deal in New York City. He covers mergers and acquisitions, private equity, Silicon Valley and patent law. He writes about complex issues on key issues relating to M&A transactions and legal decisions. He also writes for the Princeton Alumni Weekly as a freelance reporter covering a wide variety of topics including men’s lacrosse and scholars and books, including Robert Hollander’s work on Dante, Joseph Frank’s biography of Dostoevsky and Hendrik Hartog’s study of aging in 19th century America. He is a graduate of Princeton University and has a law degree from the University of Virginia.
Matt Lazenby ‘89 is a Talent Acquisition Specialist for Johns Hopkins Medicine. He is a graduate of The University of Maryland and also has a degree in Information Systems Management from the University of Maryland University College. He and his wife Jennifer have a son currently enrolled in BL’s upper school.
Walker Pheil ‘88 is living and working in San Diego. He evaluates contracts for the Salk Foundation, which was founded by Dr. Jonas Salk, who developed the polio vaccine. The Salk Foundation’s purpose is medical research. Walker obtained a BA from Northwestern and recently completed a Master’s from George Washington University. Mac Gamse ‘89 is a leading authority in international education, and currently serves as CEO of Hudson Global Scholars and is Chairman of Leman Manhattan Preparatory School. Hudson Global Scholars was founded by a team of seasoned online education leaders to serve the needs of millions of students and education providers worldwide. Mac, who lives in Glencoe, IL., is a graduate of Haverford College and has an MBA in Business from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Josh MacFarland ‘89 is a Market Leader at Gallup, an organization that helps businesses of all sizes and in all sectors define, architect, and execute their human capital strategy with a specific focus on the nexus between an organization’s culture and tangible business outcomes. Josh is a graduate of Washington and Lee University and has his MBA from George Washington University School of Business. He lives in Arlington, VA. Rich Taylor ‘89 is a Personal and Commercial Insurance Broker at Mason & Carter Inc. in Baltimore. The company, founded in 1901, has grown to be a leader in providing insurance services to families, individuals, and businesses throughout the metro area. He is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Kelby Gelston ‘90 is a Financial Advisor at Garrison Advisors, LLC. He lives in Annapolis with his wife Rhiannon and his five children. He is a graduate of Michigan State University Trent Carter ‘90 is the Dean of Students at the Canterbury School in Fort Myers, FL. He is also the head lacrosse coach at Canterbury,
with several Coach of the Year acknowledgements on his resume. Trent is a graduate of Hobart College where he played lacrosse on three Division III national title teams. He coached at both the collegiate and high school levels before arriving at Canterbury. His Canterbury teams have won three district titles. Trent was recently named one of the coaches of the Nike Florida National Team that will compete in Baltimore this summer. Trent is the son of Bob Carter ’64. Brian Moffett ‘90 is a member of the law firm Miles & Stockbridge, P.C.’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Brian represents financial institutions from national banks to mortgage lenders and other financial services providers in federal and state consumer financial services class action litigation and in arbitration. He is a graduate of the University of Delaware and also the University of Baltimore School of Law. Alex Previdi ‘90 is a partner at Lee & Associates in Elmwood Park, New Jersey. His New Jersey office is one of 59 Lee offices across the United States. The company is a unique and dynamic commercial real estate services firm developed to provide the New Jersey area with a onestop source for highly qualified professionals delivering local expertise, a national reach and world class results. Alex is a graduate of Drew University. Louis Renjel ‘91 is a Senior Vice President for Federal Government and Corporate Affairs for Duke Energy Corporation in the Washington, D.C. area. He is a graduate of Randolph-Macon College and also has a Master of Science degree from The Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
Ryan Smith ‘91 is an Investment Advisor and President at RS Wealth Management. He is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. His son Ben is a member of BL’s Class of 2021. Ryan currently sits on BL’s Board of Visitors. Eric Solomon ‘91 is a realtor for Coldwell Banker in the Annapolis area. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland. Jason Timoll ‘91 is the principal at The Law Office of Jason A.L. Timoll, Esq. LLC in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Dickinson College and received his law degree from Washington and Lee University. Jason is a member of BL’s Board of Trustees and has two sons in BL’s lower school. David Pollock ‘92 is a Dell Global Account Executive for the Southeastern region at Inseego Corp. A graduate of Roanoke College, David and his wife live in Sarasota, FL. Rich Sigler ‘92 is the Director of Projects and IT Governance at the American Urological Association in the Baltimore area. He is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland with a degree in Management Information Systems. He also has an MBA degree from Loyola. Eric Waskiewicz ‘92 is a Senior Advisor for Hartman Executive Advisors in Baltimore. His company specializes in business strategy, IT management, IT strategy and IT due diligence. A graduate of Towson University, Eric holds a Master’s in Business Administration from The Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School and a Master’s in Organizational Development and Leadership from St. Joseph’s University.
1907, is a family-owned real estate business. The company has been managed by family members for four generations. Their real estate portfolio is focused on value oriented commercial, retail and multifamily assets and a majority of their core holdings are located in the Baltimore metropolitan area.
Patrick Cairns ‘93 is a Managing Partner at Union Grove Venture Partners in New Jersey. His company seeks to invest in top-tier, accessconstrained venture funds and strives to be value-added limited partners in a true partnership model. Patrick is a graduate of Princeton University.
Evan Dwin ‘93 is an attorney for Dwin Legal, APC in the San Diego area. His primary practice area is employment law, including wage and hour and discrimination matters. He is also an experienced business litigator. He is a graduate of Syracuse University and has his law degree from UCLA School of Law.
Paul Flohr ‘94 is the Health and Safety Programs Manager for the Borough of Chambersburg, PA. He is a graduate of Cabrini College. Paul is also the varsity lacrosse head coach at the Chambersburg Area Senior High School. Justin Leone ‘94 is a Managing Partner at M&J Capital Partners in New York City. He works with clients strategy, corporate development and finances and has significant experience structuring global growth and restructuring transactions. He is a graduate of Villanova University. Kevin Lutz ‘94 is a Wealth Advisor at Sawyer Wealth Management in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland and is currently a member of BL’s Alumni Board of Directors. Larry Mosley ‘94 is a Senior Consultant for Deloitte in Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and has his MBA from the George Washington University School of Business.
Lincoln Farr ‘93 is a Supervising Producer at Lucky 8 TV in New York City. His company is an unscripted television production company committed to creating highly entertaining content that’s as smart as it is surprising. He is a graduate of Colby College.
Tim Roberts ‘94 works for TikaPac, a division of Tika, LLC, a company dedicated to helping printers achieve success by developing and executing innovative digital marketing, sales, and business strategies. Tim works and resides in the Baltimore area. He is a graduate of Michigan State University.
Dennis Weinman ‘93 is the President of the Weinman Company. The Weinman Company, established in
Brad Bernstein ‘95 is the Middle School Counselor at St. Paul’s School in Brooklandville. He is a graduate
of Bucknell University and also has his Master’s of Science Degree in Counseling from The Johns Hopkins University. Lev Galitzin ‘95 has lived and worked in Malibu for over 20 years representing real estate owners and investors from around the world. He works for Douglas Elliman Real Estate, which was established in 1911 and is the second largest independently owned real estate company in the country. Lev is a graduate of Pepperdine University with a degree in International Business. Scott Hochstadt ‘95 is the CEO and founder of The Legends Brand of athletic wear - athletic performance wear that is “built for the modern athlete.” A graduate of the University of Maryland, Scott lives in southern California with his wife and son. For more information on The Legends Brand visit https://thelegendsbrand. com/. Josh Silverman ‘95 is Senior Vice President of Transformation at Versant Health. His company has a broad reach and partners with members, brokers, providers and clients nationwide, making healthy eyes and vision a priority for everyone. Josh is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. He has two sons at BL- one middle school and one in upper school. Mike Smith ‘95 is the Director of Corporate Claims for the American Red Cross in the Washington, D.C. area. He is a graduate of RandolphMacon College. Matt Sullivan ’96 recently earned a PhD in Educational Leadership from Notre Dame of Maryland University. He is currently finishing his 11th year as an Assistant Principal in the Baltimore County Public School system. His dad Jerry is a member
of the Class of 1971 and his two brothers, Patrick ‘94 and Kevin ‘99, are also Laker graduates.
Peter Winstead ‘96 is a Vice President of Property and Casualty at USI Insurance Services in Baltimore. USI is one of the largest insurance brokerage and consulting firms in the world, delivering property and casualty, employee benefits, personal risk, program and retirement solutions to large risk management clients, middle market companies, smaller firms and individuals. Peter is a graduate of Middlebury College. He also has his Master’s in Real Estate from The Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School. Brian Berger ‘97 is a Senior Vice President of Operations at Penhall Company in Denver, CO. His company encompasses over 40 strategic locations and employs more than 1,600 professionals, with current and ongoing expansion into Canada. For 50 years, Penhall has specialized in concrete cutting, breaking, excavation and grinding services. Brian is a graduate of the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business. Colby Cox ‘97 is living and working in Jackson, WY. He is the Founder, Managing Partner, and CEO of Convergence Investments, which is a private investment firm, specializing in the sponsorship of entrepreneurial strategies in the areas of master planned community development,
real estate service companies, ecobased innovation, and the food and beverage industry. Colby is a graduate of the University of Denver and has his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Business. Lance Davison ‘97 is an Investment Consultant at AdvisorShares in the Baltimore-Washington area. His company is an investment management firm with innovative products and services providing clients access to leading institutional money managers and experienced emerging money managers. Lance graduated from Denison University and has an MBA degree from The University of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business. Tom Glatzel ‘97 is a partner at Audeo Partners. His company is a real estate development and advisory firm operating in the Washington, D.C. Metro area. Audeo is a collective of highly skilled and diversified real estate professionals offering unique value- add development and real estate investment opportunities to its partners while providing clients with trusted real estate guidance and solutions. Tom is a graduate of The University of Notre Dame in South Bend. He also holds a Master’s degree in Real Estate Finance from Georgetown University.
David Rose ‘97 is Managing Director
- Senior Fund Manager at Aeroterm in the Baltimore-Washington area. Aeroterm is a transportation/ trucking/railroad company based out of North Syracuse, New York. Todd Sody ‘97 is the President of Sody Concrete Construction, Inc. Serving Maryland, Washington D.C., Northern Virginia and Delaware since 1977, Sody Concrete Construction has been recognized for exceptional skill and service for industrial, commercial, and institutional concrete projects. Todd’s company has repeatedly worked with general contractors, building owners, state and county municipalities to provide skilled workmanship, careful supervision, scheduling responsibility and accurate job quotes. Todd is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland. David Ulrich ‘97 is a Portfolio Manager at Millennium Management in New York City. He is a graduate of The University of Notre Dame. He lives in Rye, NY with his wife Jessica and children. Rob Unger ‘97 is living in Hampstead, MD. After graduating from BL he attended Salisbury University. He is working as a Sales Consultant for Carmax in Ellicott City. Rob is great to deal with and can be reached at Rob_Unger@ carmax.com.
Jason Leneau ‘98 was recently appointed Assistant Head of the Upper School at St. Mark’s School in Dallas, TX. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia. 71
providing their customers with a broad spectrum of services. Mackey has his degree in Finance from the University of Delaware. His son is currently a student in BL’s Lower School.
John McHugh ‘98 is currently the Global Creative Director of brand design at Amazon. He oversees the creation and design of branding for products and services across the company. His wife Jessica, their two sons, Zane (5) and Niall (2), and John have been living in Seattle for the last four years. After graduating from BL in ‘98, he studied graphic and industrial design at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA. His website is http://johnmchugh.net. He writes: “I’m thankful for my art teachers Linda Petrush and Marta Cardarelli for nurturing my love of art and design throughout my 13 years at BL.”
Patrick Dabrowski ‘99 is the Head of Sales for Gems Sensors & Controls in the Hartford, CT area. His company designs and manufactures a broad portfolio of liquid level, flow, and pressure sensors, miniature solenoid valves, proximity switches and pre-assembled fluidic systems to exact customer application and manufacturing requirements. He has his Master’s in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - The Lally School of Management and Technology and also his Master’s degrees in Engineering and Mechanical and his MBA from the University of Hartford. Steve Fuller ‘99 is a Senior Superintendent at The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company where he has worked for over 16 years. He lives in White Hall, MD. and is a graduate of Randolph-Macon College. Corwin Miller ‘99 continues to work for the federal government (USDA) as a Senior Program Specialist, in the Atlanta area. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University and also holds a Master’s of Arts degree in Global Affairs and Human Security from the University of Baltimore.
Mackey Cronin ‘99 is President of ISG Technologies. His company is a mobility managed services partner for industry leading companies around the world. ISG simplifies the mobile life-cycle for its customers by providing them the service, hardware and management know-how to give them peace of mind that their mobile technologies will be a powerful contributor to their revenue stream. ISG has over 20 years of experience 72
his law degree from the University of Baltimore Law School. Chris Brown ‘00 is the Director of Operations at The Belt’s Corporation in Baltimore. His company is in the field of third party logistics, and offers a complete range of options for all distribution requirements, including warehousing, transportation, packaging, kitting and assembly. He is a graduate of Towson University and has his Master’s from The Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School. Brandon Carver ‘00 is the Director of Market Intelligence at SynapticPub, LLC in Raleigh, NC. His company equips its clients with the digital products, supportive services, and management insights they need to tackle tough distance learning challenges. The company has the solutions for anyone who needs help planning, developing, producing, or delivering various modalities of learning from classroom instruction to virtual learning. Brandon is a graduate of Swarthmore College and holds a PhD. in Public Policy from UMBC and an MBA from The Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business. Evan Harkum ‘01 is an Associate Project Manager at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He is a graduate of Randolph-Macon College.
Kevin Sullivan ‘99 is a Client Executive at National Trust Insurance Services, LLC, a division of Maury, Donnelly & Parr, Inc. in Baltimore. Kevin is a graduate of Denison University and has his MBA from the University of Baltimore. Amar Weisman ‘99 has his own law firm, The Law Offices of Amar Weisman, LLC, practicing family law in Towson, MD. He is a graduate of Georgetown University and obtained
Blake O’Shaughnessy ‘01 is a Broker Associate and Developer at
Kentwood City Properties in Denver, CO. Kentwood is Denver’s leading source for “City Close” properties and is also the leading expert on new construction developments for many of Denver’s finest new construction and conversion projects. Mike Cheek ‘01 is the Chief Operating Officer at WASTE SERVICES LLC in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. His company provides commercial, industrial, and residential solid waste collection and disposal services. Mitch Hendler ‘01 is a Regional Manager at ConvenientMD Urgent Care in the Boston area. His company is New England’s leading urgent care provider, dedicated to delivering the best medical care and patient experience throughout Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Mitch is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy. James Jeffcoat ‘01 is an attorney for Whiteford, Taylor & Preston LLP in Baltimore. James is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law. Dan Lacher ‘01 is a Credit Team Leader at Truist, the new entity created by BB&T and SunTrust Banks. Truist serves approximately 12 million households with leading market share in many high-growth markets in the country and is now the sixth-largest commercial bank in the U.S. Dan is a graduate of Clemson University with an MBA from the University of Maryland’s Smith Business School. Watson McLeish ‘01 is a tax attorney in Washington, D.C. working for the Tax Executives Institute, Inc. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the Georgetown University Law Center teaching a graduate-level seminar in Tax Research and Writing.
Matt Melnick ‘01 is a Senior Director of Brokerage Services at Cushman & Wakefield. His company is a leading global real estate services firm that delivers exceptional value for real estate occupiers and owners and is among the largest real estate services firms with approximately 53,000 employees in 400 offices and 60 countries. Matt is a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College.
(CFA.) Kristian Spannhake ‘02 is a Project Director at Brightview Senior Living in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech and also has his MBA from Loyola University Maryland.
Justin Nolan ‘01 is the owner of Minturn Anglers, a full service fly fishing retailer and largest fly fishing guide service in Colorado. He has locations in both Denver and Vail, CO. His website is www. minturnanglers.com or he can be reached at 720-851-4665.
Ian Fontaine ‘03 is a Marketing Manager at Nikko Asset Management in London, England. His company is one of Asia’s largest asset managers, providing highconviction, active fund management across a range of equity, fixed income, multi-asset and alternative strategies. A graduate of Bates College, Ian has his MBA from the Hitotsubashi University Business School in Tokyo.
Owais Tomhe ‘01 is a Management and Program Analyst at the FDA’s Office of the Commissioner. He is a graduate of American University and speaks four languages: Arabic, French, Spanish and English.
Patrick Mahoney ‘03 is an Equity Research Analyst at Brown Advisory in Baltimore. Pat is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame with a degree in Business Administration and Finance.
John Gallagher ‘02 is Founder/ CEO of Array Dental Group, a New York based company dedicated to providing comprehensive and advanced business strategy, management, operations, and marketing support to dental practices nationwide. John is a graduate of Syracuse University and has his MBA from Columbia University.
Drew Peace ‘03 is Head of Business Development at Chasen Companies, a Baltimore company that owns, builds, and manages a portfolio of multifamily, commercial, and singlefamily properties. Drew graduated from Dickinson College with a degree in Policy Management and Law.
Jonathan Ginsberg ‘02 is President of WebSharks.com, a company that provides its clients with Digital Marketing, Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Advertising, Brand Marketing and Marketing Consulting. He is a graduate of Goucher College with an MA in Publications Design from the University of Baltimore. George Panageotou ‘02 is an AVP Portfolio Investment Analyst at T. Rowe Price in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Dickinson College and also a Chartered Financial Analyst
Joe Rallo ‘03 is the Chief Executive Officer at Kingswood Capital Markets (KCM) in New York City. KCM provides a variety of investment banking, capital markets and advisory services including equity financing, debt financing and private equity banking. Joe is a 2007 graduate of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business. Korey Rubeling ‘03 is a Business Development Manager at Burdette, Koehler, Murphy (BKM) & Associates, Inc. Founded in Baltimore in 1968, 73
BKM is a mechanical and industrial engineering firm that has designed thousands of successful solutions for healthcare, education, government, science & technology, commercial, and many other industries. Korey is a current member of BL’s Alumni Board of Directors. Trey Sheain ‘03 is the Director, Co-Head of Public Markets at Alfred I. duPont Charitable Trust in Jacksonville, FL. Trey has his MBA from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Trey’s father is Buzz Sheain ‘73. Ryan Walterhoefer ‘03 is a Managing Director and Wealth Management Advisor at Northwestern Mutual. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ryan works in the Columbia, MD area. Zeno Zennaro ‘03 is a Senior Loan Originator at CMG Financial in Scottsdale, AZ. For over 25 years, his company has delivered the personal service of a local lender, leveraging the resources of a national brand. CMG currently operates in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Zeno is a graduate of the University of Vermont. Judson Arnold ‘04 is pictured with his daughter Grace (18 months old) and son Christopher (Kit) born on February 6th, 2021. Judson is an attorney with Nathan and Kamioniski. He was selected to Rising Star in 2020-2021. This peer designation is awarded to a select number of lawyers in each state. Judson currently serves the local community as the chair of the Young Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger. Judson is a graduate of Emory University and the University of Baltimore Law School. Philip Cronin ‘04 is the Manager for U.S. Government Relations at the restaurant chain McDonald’s Inc. He 74
is a graduate of Dickinson College and has his J. D. from the University of Baltimore Law School. Colin Kohoe ‘04 is a Hospitality Management Consultant in the Baltimore area. He is a graduate of Arizona State University and pursued an Interdisciplinary Studies Degree from ASU specifically focusing on concentrations of Small Business Management and Tourism/Recreation Development. Duncan McLeish ‘04 and his wife recently bought a house in Montreal where he is in the final legs of a PhD in economic geology (mineral exploration/mining) and is hopefully about to become a Postdoctoral research fellow at McGill University. He writes, ‘We’ve been under the gun to get moved in and set up before the snow flies (which happens much earlier up here than on Lake Ave), and [we] also have a toddler in the mix.” Mike Sapperstein ‘04 is a Manager at Rosen, Sapperstein & Friedlander, LLC in Baltimore. He has his CPA designation with a Master’s of Science in Accounting and he focuses on consulting with middle-market businesses and their owners to help them grow their business and solve complex business problems. Mike is a graduate of Indian University Bloomington and has his Master’s from the University of Baltimore. He is currently the treasurer of BL’s Alumni Board of Directors. Cotter Smith ‘04 is a Director at Stifel Financial in the Baltimore area. He is a graduate of Loyola University of Maryland and has his MBA from Johns Hopkins University’s Carey Business School. Patrick Smith ‘04 is a Vice President/ Principal at Blue & Obrecht Realty in Baltimore. His company represents businesses and property owners in
acquiring or disposing of commercial real estate, specializing in office, industrial and medical space. Patrick is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland.
Testing Systems (ITS) in Baltimore. He is a graduate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland and also his Master’s in Accounting and Business Advisory Services from Towson University.
John Bradley ‘05 is the Director of Business Development at The Bradley Company. His company, founded in 1988, is one of the foremost life insurance advisors in the greater Baltimore area. John is a graduate of Denison University and spent several years in law enforcement. Dan Ehrlich ‘05 is an attorney associate at Maier & Maier, PLLC, in Alexandria, VA. His firm specializes in the practice of Intellectual Property Law. Dan is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and has his law degree from Villanova University’s Charles Widger School of Law. Chris Marion ‘05 is the Director of Creative and Business Development at BMG Production Music in Los Angeles. BMG is one of the fastestgrowing production music companies in the country. Chris is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s Smith Business School. Scott Matthews ‘05 is a Senior Director at Cushman & Wakefield, a real estate services firm, in the Baltimore metro area. His team represents both local and national businesses within various industries specializing in Cyber related and IT companies conducting business that work with contractors in the NSA/Ft Meade area. Scott is a graduate of The Ohio State University. Clinton Stieff ‘05 is a Senior Consultant at Deloitte in Baltimore. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and also of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. Brice Wernecke ‘05 is a CPA and currently is the Controller at Internet
Chris Boland ‘06 married Abby Dudley, a Notre Dame Prep graduate this summer. Abby is the daughter of Anne Chasney Dudley, a former staff employee at Boys’ Latin. Pictured (l-r) are Nick Levy ‘06, Porter Whitman ‘06, Jeremy Bragg ‘06, Chris Boland, Ryan Frank ‘06, and Patrick Smith ‘04. Riley Bonsall ‘06 is a Managing Director at Pacer ETFs (exchange traded funds) in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Elon College’s Martha and Spencer Love School of Business. Jed Byrne ‘06 is a Business Development Representative at WithersRavenel in the RaleighDurham-Chapel Hill area of North Carolina. His company is an employee-owned multi-disciplined civil, environmental, and geomatics engineering firm with over 35 years of service in the Carolinas. Jed is a graduate of Clemson University and has an MBA degree in Real Estate Finance and Development from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Greg Fitzgerald ‘06 is Chief of Staff and Associate Vice President of Planning and External Affairs at Notre Dame University of Maryland. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and has his Master’s in Public Policy from the University of
Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC.)
Ryan Kaufman ‘06 is Executive Project Manager at KONE in New York City. His company is a global leader in the elevator and escalator industry, and their job is to make the best of the world’s cities. KONE operates in more than 60 countries. Ryan is a graduate of Virginia Tech.
David Aiken ‘07 is a Technology Product Owner and Vice President at Morgan Stanley in New York City. He is a graduate of the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business and has his Master’s in Information Systems and Operations Management from the University of Florida’s Hough Graduate School of Business.
Christian Klarner ‘06 is a Senior Portfolio Manager at American Community Management (ACM) in Baltimore. ACM has distinguished itself as one of the most prominent management firms in the state, servicing more than 25,000 households, 200 residential properties and a half-million square feet of commercial office condominium space. Christian is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland and has his Master’s in English Language and Literature from the University of Nottingham. Patrick Lucas ‘06 is a Judicial Extern for the Circuit Court of Cook County, Chancery Division in Illinois. A graduate of Vanderbilt, Patrick is now studying to become an attorney at Loyola University Chicago School of Law. Sam Scott ‘06 is an Associate Counsel at the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA). He is a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in Industrial and Labor Relations. He has his law degree from the University of Baltimore. Josh Steele ‘06 is a Business Development Manager at Fiber Materials Inc. (FMI) out of Chambersburg, PA. His company designs, develops, and manufactures composite materials and components that perform in the most demanding applications and the most extreme environments. Josh is mechanical engineering major from Bucknell
Joe Barszak ‘07 is a Senior Consultant at Red Hat in Baltimore. His company is a leading provider of enterprise open source solutions, using a community-powered approach to deliver high-performing Linux, cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies. Joe is a graduate of Stevenson University and he also has a Master of Science degree in Business and Technology Management. John Kauffman ‘07 is teaching at Berwick Academy, an independent co-educational country day school located in South Berwick, Maine. He is also the Director of the school’s Rowing Program. John is a graduate of Bucknell University and has his Master of Arts in Teaching from Loyola University Maryland and is currently pursuing another Master’s degree in Liberal Arts and Humanities from Wesleyan University. John is the son of Mark Kauffman ’77. Gordon Kellerman ‘07 is now a Senior VP at Skybox Datacenters out of Houston, TX. He is a graduate of SMU in Dallas and recently wrote that during an internship after his junior year, he realized how much he enjoyed commercial real estate. Upon graduation, he worked for JP Morgan as a securities analyst but he kept thinking about commercial real estate. He worked previously for Skybox’s CEO at Cassidy Turley and was told they were building a tenant 75
rep team for clients needing space for their computers. Data centers were still not widely understood in the real estate industry and Gordon remembered sitting in his mother’s office (Anne - former Director of Technology at Boys’ Latin) watching bulky computer racks in the corner blinking away and emitting heat. Gordon writes, “They looked completely out of place at the time, so it was easy to understand now how they needed a special place of their own. [I was] hired as one of the founding members of Cassidy Turley’s US Data Center Solutions Group. Not long after, [I was] invited me to join [the] new company, Skybox Datacenters...” Oliver Kuntz ‘07 is the Vice President of Product Management at QL2 Software in Baltimore. His company delivers to its clients a true competitive advantage through ondemand data extraction and analysis, producing a real-time, insightful picture of markets so clients can make profitable decisions. Oliver is a graduate of Vanderbilt University. Craig Martin ‘07 is Vice President - Director of Operations and Risk at Harbor Investment Advisory, LLC in Baltimore. His company is a full-service investment firm focused exclusively on serving individuals, families, and institutions. Craig is a graduate of Gettysburg College and currently is a member of BL’s Alumni Association Board of Governors. Jake Hagelin ‘07 is the Director of Operations at Goldbelly in New York City. Goldbelly discovers the most amazing dishes from every city across the USA and ships them to your door, wherever you are. Jake is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland. Sean Sanders ‘07 is working for J. P. Morgan in the Global Investment Opportunities Group in New York City. Sean graduated with an 76
accounting degree from Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD. Steve Simms ‘07 lives in Dallas and is a Director of Sales at PepsiCo. Steve is a Wake Forest University graduate with a BS degree in Business Enterprise Management. Haddis Tujuba ‘07 is a Medical Device Representative in the Richmond, Virginia area for Stryker, one of the world’s leading medical technology companies. He is a graduate of the University of Richmond. Brett Weiss ‘07 is a Vice President at Goldman Sachs in Washington, D.C. He is a graduate of Georgetown University with a degree in Economics. Michael Brown ‘08 is an Advisory Consultant at Deloitte in the Washington, D.C. area. He is a graduate of Eastern University with a degree in Business Management and has his J.D. from American University. Jack Keenan ‘08 is a Lead Client Account Manager at T. Rowe Price in Baltimore. Jack, a graduate of Syracuse University, was married earlier this year. His brother Jeff Keenan ‘02 (not pictured) served as his best man. Pictured are top row (l-r): Paul Cochrane ‘08, Hunter McKissock ‘08, Mark Feild ‘08, Mike Mules ‘08, and Jamie Stratakis ‘08. Bottom (l-r): Peter Gormley ‘08, Jack, and Charlie McComas ‘08. Jake Schoenfeld ‘08 is a CPA working as an Accounting Manager at GTT in Northern Virginia. Jake is also a graduate of Elon College’s Martha and Spencer Love School of Business. Eric Tillman ‘08 is an Investment Liaison for Fixed Income at T. Rowe
Price in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Loyola University Maryland and also has his MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. Justin Baker ‘09 is working in the defense industry as a Business Manager at Northrop Grumman in Denver. He is a graduate of Randolph-Macon College and has his MBA from Liberty University. Dan Johnson ‘09 is a Business Analyst at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis. Dan recently received his MS in Healthcare Administration and Management at the Johns Hopkins University Carey School of Business. He is a member of BL’s Alumni Board of Directors.
social capital that Black Americans possess.” Patrick was a three-year letterman on BL’s varsity soccer team helping the Lakers win titles in 2007 and 2008. He also played Division I soccer at Howard University. John Scheve ‘09 is a Senior Analyst at Columbia Threadneedle Investments in Boston. The company is a leading global asset management group that provides a broad range of investment strategies and solutions for individual, institutional and corporate clients around the world. John is a graduate of Dartmouth College and also has an MSBA from Babson College’s Olin Graduate School of Business.
Jamie McNulty ‘09 is now an Email Marketing Manager at Loop7 Media in Baltimore. The company in class digital marketing services specializing in taking the most sophisticated email program to the next level. He is a graduate of Penn State University. Patrick Rose ‘09 is an MBA graduate of the MIT Sloan School of Management. Patrick is an undergraduate of Howard University, where he played on the men’s soccer team. Patrick wrote, “As I began the final week of my MBA program at MIT, I am excited to share my qualitative research study titled, ‘An Examination of Black Soccer Participation and Fandom in America.’ In this study, I explore the issues related to Black soccer participation and fandom in America, focusing on youth participation and expanding to fandom at all ages. I believe that if the U.S. soccer industry can authentically engage Black youth athletes, families, and sports fans in America’s underserved communities, soccer’s relevancy will grow due to the cultural influence, talent, and
Cole Blake ‘10 finished walking the Appalachian Trail last spring. There are several ways to walk the trail. Most start at Springer Mt. in Georgia and walk north to Mt. Katahdin in Maine. Some hikers start north and walk south. His father Bill Blake ‘77 writes, “Cole is a flipflopper. He started at Raven Rock, MD near Thurmont and walked to Maine (1160 miles). He then came home, returned to Raven Rock and headed south - 2200 miles total.” Bill reports Cole has taken a job in Chattanooga as a contract manager doing restaurant work. The picture of Bill and Cole is from the top of Mt Washington in NH this past summer. Ann Whitman in the Campus Store supplied the BL flag. McGee O’Neil ‘10 is one of the squash professionals at the Maryland
Athletic Club. McGee received his B.A. from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in American Studies and was a member of the school’s Varsity Squash team. Neill Peck ‘10 is an Account Executive at Janney Montgomery Scott LLC. Neill is a graduate of Denison University.
company provides an innovative scholarship program that benefits students who graduate from the Pittsburgh Public Schools. A Promise Scholarship of up to $20,000 is available to every student who graduates from The Pittsburgh Public Schools. Schazz is a graduate of Dickinson College and also has his Master’s in Counseling Psychology from Chatham University.
Matthew Smith ‘10 is an Associate at MileOne Holdings. Matt is a graduate of West Virginia University and is currently pursuing his MBA from the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School. Dewy Stierer ‘10 is a Student Physician at The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a graduate of Rhodes College and spent some time teaching at BL right out of college. Alan-Michael Carter ‘11 was featured on the cover of the June 2021 edition of the local real estate magazine, Baltimore Real Producers, and was interviewed on this historical real estate year. He is also taught at BL this past school year and is a member of BL’s Alumni Board of Directors. Mason Lareuse ‘11 is an Acquisitions Analyst at Universe Holdings in the Los Angeles area. Universe Holdings focuses on identifying on and off-market, value add investment opportunities, using proprietary market analytics to consistently deliver optimized returns through varying economic cycles. He is a graduate of The College of Charleston with a degree in Accounting and Business Administration. Schazz Lee ‘11 is working for The Pittsburgh Promise, an organization that provides college scholarships to transform the lives of children and vitalize the Pittsburgh region. His
Justin Hill ‘11is the Supply Chain Manager for The Coastal Companies in the BaltimoreWashington area. Justin manages the sourcing, procurement, planning, and strategy for Cold Chain Imports, a line of business within Coastal Sunbelt Produce - a member of The Coastal Companies. He is a graduate of Dickinson University with a degree in International Businss and Management and currently is a member of the BL Alumni Board of Directors. Coach Ritchie Schell reports that Michael Turner ‘11 recently graduated from Harvard’s Business School. Michael received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University and played football as a starting cornerback for four years for the Big Red. At BL, Michael was a two-time All-MIAA “B” Conference football player. Coach Schell, who coached him for four years on the gridiron at BL, remarked, “Michael was a great player and a fantastic student here at BL.” He most recently worked for McKinsey & Co. in New York City.
Harrison Brooke ‘12 is a Financial Representative at Western & Southern Life in Baltimore. He graduated from the University of Delaware in 2016.
Josh Woodson ‘11,a graduate of Howard University, is the Digital Communications Administrator for Maryland REALTORS® in Annapolis, Maryland. He recently helped create a video for the Upper School Black Awareness Club (BAC.) Josh used his professional skills to put together an excellent video. Classmate AlanMichael Carter ‘11, past advisor to the Black Awareness Club, collected about 20 student videos answering, “Why is Black History Month important?” or “How do you celebrate your Blackness?” BAC student leaders offered opening comments, historical context, and vocabulary definitions for the month. In the opening, senior D. Osias outlined how there will be student and professional presentations and reflections on aspects of the African Diaspora, socio-economic history, (lesser-known) heroes and accomplishments, and Black Excellence in the arts. After these powerful student voices, Josh compiled an inspirational reel of Black politicians and ended with a BL Black Joy slideshow: “Black history is made every day.” Students and faculty were inspired by the content and beautiful production of Josh’s video. Derrick Wright ‘11 is a Campus Supervisor at Board of Child Care in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Penn State and also has his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health and Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling from Penn State. 78
Jamal McCord ‘12 is an Associate Director of Retail Services at Compass Group in the Baltimore area. Based in Charlotte, NC, Compass Group North America is the leading food and support services company with over 280,000 associates and $20.1 billion in revenues in 2019. Jamal is a graduate of the The Community College of Baltimore County.
in Financing and Collateral at Morgan Stanley in Baltimore. He is a graduate of Mercer University in Georgia where he played four years of Division I lacrosse.
Jimmy Peacock ‘12 is the Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Ashley Hinson of Iowa’s First Congressional District. Jimmy is a 2016 graduate of Furman University with a degree in political science.
Alex Hughes ‘13, a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, is currently the CEO, President, and Owner of Sea Trials here in Baltimore. His company’s mission is to help Mariners prepare and pass the USCG License Exams. This leading self-study site and iOS/Android Application contains all up-to-date questions directly released from the U.S. Coast Guard for both deck and engine all ratings and endorsements. From limited to unlimited, Sea Trials provides the most up to date and relevant questions for any license and rating. Alex is also currently an Ensign (0-1) in the U.S. Navy reserves.
Anthony Rose ‘12 is a Supply Manger for Sodexo. His company provides clients an integrated offering developed over 50 years of experience from foodservices, reception, maintenance and cleaning, to facilities and equipment management to child care centers and concierge services. He is a graduate of Howard University.
Andrew Roswell ‘13 is a Research Analyst at The Colony Group. His company is a nationally recognized independent wealth advisory and business management firm with offices nationwide. Andrew, who works in the D.C. Metro area, is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a degree in Economics.
Alec Blitzstein ‘13 is a territory manager at Mohawk Industries. His company is the largest manufacturer, distributor and marketer of ceramic tile and natural stone in the world. Alec is also studying for his MBA at the University of Baltimore.
Sean Ryan ‘13 is an audit associate working for KPMG LLP out of Baltimore. Sean received his B.S. degree in Accounting from the University of Mississippi.
Jake Chackman ‘13 is an Associate in Project Management at Cresa out of the New York City area. His company is one of the world’s largest occupier-only commercial real estate firms. Jake is a graduate of Tulane University’s Freeman School of Business. Walker Ensor ‘13 is an Associate
Bradley Schwartz ‘13 is a Senior Associate at KPMG in northern Virginia. He is graduate of The University of Maryland with a double major in Operations Management Business Analytics and Information Systems from the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Jake Walsh ‘13 is an Assistant Vice President at Capital Health Group LLC in Baltimore. His company is a
privately-held, self-advised real estate company making capital investments in independent living, assisted living and memory care facilities through acquisition and development. Jake is a graduate of Bates College where he played on the men’s lacrosse team for four years. Colin Chell ‘14 is a Senior Investment Analyst at Bonaventure Realty Group in Washington, D.C. Colin Dempsey ‘14 is an Industrial Specialist at KLNB in Baltimore. Colin graduated from the University of Maryland. Zach Guttman ‘14 is a Property Manager at Falcon Realty in Pikesville, MD. He is a graduate of High Point University. Luke Kluttz ‘14 is an Assistant Project Manager at the real estate company Tradepoint Atlantic. Located in the Port of Baltimore with access to major rail, roadway and deepwater berths, his company offers unparalleled access to markets throughout the United States and the world. With over 5 million square feet of Class A industrial buildings already developed for several world class distribution and logistics companies, Tradepoint Atlantic is positioned to become North America’s most strategic commercial gateway. Drew Miller ‘14 is an Account Representative at State Farm Insurance in Parkville and just celebrated his first year on the job. He is selling property and casualty insurance and can be reached at 443-823-9989.
the football team. Myles Cohen ’15 is now working at STX in Baltimore. Myles previously worked here at BL in the marketing and admissions departments. He will continue in his role as an assistant coach for the varsity lacrosse team. Hunter Moreland ‘14 is a recruiter for Commodore Partners. His firm, which operates out of New Jersey, specializes in talent acquisition for startup and emerging technology companies. Hunter is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University. Connor Mules ‘14 is a Logistics Engineer for Northrop Grumman. He attended the University of Maryland College Park earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, with a minor in General Business. Shack Stanwick ‘14 is living in the Washington, D.C. area and working as an associate for CBRE Group, Inc. A Fortune 500 company located out of Dallas, CBRE Group is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm. Shack is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University. Parker Yablon ‘14 is a Senior Consultant for Ey in the Washington, D.C. area. His company is a consulting firm dedicated to helping organizations solve their toughest challenges and realize their greatest ambitions - from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in American Government and Politics. Jerel Archer ‘15 is currently a Graduate Assistant at Jacksonville University, part of the Student-Athlete Service Department, while getting his MBA and Master’s in Sports Management. Jerel is a graduate of Stonehill College where he played on
Oliver Duke ‘15 is currently a student at the University of Miami (FL) School of Law. He graduated from the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He is currently a judicial intern for the Honorable Thomas Logue of the Florida Third District Court of Appeals. Matt Manzoni ‘15 is a Sales Development Representative at ZeroFOX in Baltimore. His company provides enterprises AI-powered protection, intelligence and disruption to identify and dismantle external threats across the public attack surface. The ZeroFOX Platform combines advanced AIdriven analysis to detect complex threats on the surface, deep and dark web, and fully managed threat intelligence services with threat analysts that become an extension of their clients. Matt is a graduate of Furman University. Luke Murray ‘15 is a Business Development Representative at Okta, Inc. The Okta Identity Cloud enables organizations to both secure and manage their extended enterprise, and transform their customers’ experiences. Luke is a graduate of the University of Maryland. Matt Sacks ‘15 is an Advisor for Cresa, the world’s largest occupieronly commercial real estate firm. Matt is a graduate of Towson University. Kyle Weatherford ‘15 is a Project Engineer at The Whiting-Turner 79
Contracting Company in the Baltimore area. He is a graduate of Furman University with a degree in business. He also studied one summer at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE.) Kyle played four years of Division I lacrosse for Furman. Billy Wingo ‘15 is a Sales Manager for Mutual of Omaha Mortgage in Columbia Maryland. He is also one of the founders and the CEO of Beneficial Pain, an organization that embodies the belief that the obstacles in life, big and small, are inevitable. How individuals choose to attack these obstacles in life is where his idea begins. The Beneficial Pain movement and community embraces those who believe in selfachievement. Billy writes, “We also must understand that, even though we face adversity, we will anticipate to see the ‘benefit’ of the pain.” Billy is a graduate of Stonehill College and lettered for four years on the Skyhawk football team. Bennett Kauffman ‘16 is a graduate student at Columbia University pursuing a Master’s degree in European History. He graduated cum laude with a B.A. degree in history from New York University. In the spring of 2019 he spent some time in as a student member of an archaeological expedition to the Paphos area of Cyprus. His responsibilities included surveying the sites, excavating finds, cataloging finds, and preparing finds for conservation and research. Mark Gray ‘16 is a Digital Campaign and Analytics Specialist at GKV. His company is located in Baltimore and is celebrating over 30 years of creating advertising, direct marketing, branding, digital and public relations campaigns that have succeeded in the marketplace by challenging the status quo. Mark earlier served in the Marine Corps from 2018 until this 80
the Greyhounds. Brandon scored 12 points down the stretch for Loyola and made 8 of 13 three-pointers Jimmy Magee ‘17 will be attending UCLA School of Law in the Fall after graduating Summa Cum Laude from Tulane University. Jimmy was inducted into National Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society through the Tulane University Chapter.
Max Keefe ‘16 is currently a law student at The George Washington University Law School. Max attended NYU after his days on Lake Avenue. Hayden Kovinsky ‘16 is currently enrolled in the University of Santa Clara’s Leavey School of Business and studying Finance. Josh Lurie ‘16 is a Multifamily Production and Sales Senior Analyst for Freddie Mac in Washington, D.C. Josh is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business majoring in Finance with a minor in Real Estate Development. Andrew Murrow ‘16 is a Business Development Representative at Akeneo. His company is a global leader in Product Experience Management (PXM) solutions that help merchants and brands deliver a compelling customer experience across all sales channels, including eCommerce, mobile, print, and retail points of sale. He graduated from Fairfield University and majored in Finance and Financial Management Services. Andrew also played Division I lacrosse for Fairfield. Ryan Shaw ‘16 was captain of the University of Delaware men’s lacrosse team during the 2021 season. Brandon Bradsher ‘17, a Loyola University Maryland walk-on, (picture) made his first career start against Patriot League foe Lafayette last season and scored 21 points for
Chris Bates ‘18 gathered with his classmates in December after all were tested COVID-19 free. Pictured with Chris are Christian Griffin ‘18 (front row right) and in the back row Brenden Crouse ‘18, Nick Grinnell ‘18, and Connor Walsh ‘18. Matt Brandau ‘18 took the semester off from Yale University this past spring. With the Ivy League suspending all spring sports in 2021, Matt came home to Baltimore and helped head coach Brian Farrell ‘06 with the varsity lacrosse team’s offense this spring. Matt will return to Yale this fall. Brendan Crouse ‘18 and Winston Chodnicki ‘19 met up last spring when Colorado College and Air Force scrimmaged to start their lacrosse seasons. Brendan is now in his senior year at the Air Force Academy. Winston is a junior face-off specialist for the Tigers at Colorado College. Last season he was one of six first-year Tigers who played in all six games. He was ranked 19th nationally by winning a fraction better than 71 percent of his face-offs and led the team with 31 ground balls. Winston went 13-for-19 at the dot in
his first collegiate game, a 14-4 win at Sewanee. Cole Jarrett ‘18 is a rising senior at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and continues to play baseball for the Spartans. In addition to his academic and athletic achievements, Cole worked as an intern with Whiting-Turner in Baltimore this past summer. Cole spoke to his school’s Sports Information Director recently saying, “Working with Whiting-Turner helped me narrow down what type of job I’ll be looking for after CWRU. I was able to see first-hand the responsibilities of a Project Manager, Superintendent, and Project/Field Engineers. I also had the opportunity to take over some of those responsibilities during the summer. Interning with WT bettered my understanding of Construction Management because I was given an opportunity to contribute to a real team and project. After graduating from CWRU, I want to work in Construction Management. I’m still deciding whether I want to work in a more environmental or structural setting.” Brandon Kagen ‘18 is a rising senior at Wake Forest University majoring in Economics with minors in Sociology and Entrepreneurship. Patrick McDermott ‘18 is a senior at Hamilton College and was named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2020 semester. To be named to the Dean’s List a student must have carried throughout the semester a course load of four or more graded credits with an average of 3.5 or better. Michael O’Neil ‘18 is a student at the University of Maryland College Park studying Finance at the Robert H. Smith School of Business. Matthew Post ‘18 is a fourth year student at Lafayette College studying
Mechanical Engineering. This past summer he worked at Booz Allen Hamilton as a Summer Games Intern. Mason Figler ‘19, a junior at Worcester Polytechnic Institute majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering, was named to the university’s Dean’s List for academic excellence for the fall 2020 semester.
Bohang (Brandon) Wu ‘19 is a rising junior at the University of Miami (FL) Herbert Business School. He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and English, and is currently learning Spanish and German. Lorenzo Donadio ‘20 started his college basketball career for American University this past basketball season. He was one of the top reserves coming off the bench by season’s end.
Sam Grace ‘19 is now a member of the UMBC men’s basketball team. Sam missed basketball and decided to transfer to UMBC from Towson University, where he was a kicker on the Towson football team. Sam played football and basketball at Boys’ Latin. He earned All-MIAA A Conference honors in hoops as a senior, when he averaged 13 points per game hitting 45 percent of his three-pointers.
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Jack Levine ‘19 decided to transfer out of Dickinson College and enroll in Cornell University’s School of Industrial Labor Relations. Cam Spencer ‘19 (#12) and Jaylin Andrews ‘18 (#2) (picture) were featured on Loyola University Maryland’s basketball 2020-2021 schedule. Cam is a rising junior on the team and Jaylin is a rising senior.
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