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Notre Dame High School ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013


IMPACT

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Our Cover A drop of water, squeezed

gently from a cloud hovering above the surface of a pond on a sun-spackled day in summer, disturbs the calm of that pond and sends out waves that ripple and reach all the way to the pond’s edges. Everything in the path of those waves is impacted. Flotsam is redirected and disbursed, skater bugs and leaves bounce rhythmically up and down, and the patterns of sunlight are fractured and shattered. Somehow, the pond and all it contains is transformed and a new life is begun.


Letter from the President and Principal

Dear Friends of Notre Dame High School, “Impact” is the theme of our Annual Report this year. As life-long educators, our highest goal, like most teachers, has always been to somehow make an impact on our young people and through them, on the world. It is for this purpose that we have joined with our community to craft our comprehensive Strategic Plan for Notre Dame High School: A Road Map to Transformation. The plan is a bold one in its outlook. It seeks to strengthen our Catholic Identity and our faith development programs so that all will know and appreciate God’s love. It identifies the challenges we face in the areas of finance, enrollment and facilities, and prescribes workable and achievable solutions that assure our future. It intends to give our students the tools and the support they will need to function in the twenty-first century. It intends to disturb their complacency and their comfort by teaching them to challenge the status quo and their untested secular notions and media-induced assumptions of what is real, true and valuable. Finally, it intends that they then become that drop of water that transforms our world, unsettling its pallor, fracturing its light and impacting it to twinkle and shine brightly as God’s Kingdom on earth. As we have prepared the pages of this year’s Annual Report, we are proud of the indisputable impact that those who serve here as teachers and coaches have had on our students this year. The number of graduates attending top quality colleges, the number of those succeeding in challenging AP courses, the number of National Merit Commended students all attest to uncommon success in the realm of academics. It has been another great year for the performing and visual arts. And the three Mercer County and seven division championships our sports teams have earned confirm the ongoing strength of our athletic programs. We are proud of the transforming power our students have generated for themselves and for society. Impacted by their Kairos retreat, Christian Service and liturgical experiences, it is clear that they have become more faith-filled in their own lives and more loving and sensitized to the experiences of others. Their generosity and willingness to serve, their goodness and willingness to welcome, their indomitable spirit and willingness to share their talent, lift and inspire us and transform our world each day. And we remain proud of you, dear friends of Notre Dame High School. As the subsequent pages of this report will attest, it is your investments that have given breath to the dreams and strategies of the Strategic Plan and made possible the impact we celebrate today. Your gifts – your prayers, involvement and financial participation – are truly the treasure of your heart that you have shared to support those building the Kingdom so that others might benefit. As Paul proclaims, “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift.” And thanks to you for yours. You make us better. You make a difference. You make an impact.

Sincerely,

Barry Edward Breen, President

Notre Dame High School

Mary Liz Fitzpatrick ’72 Ivins, Principal

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IMPACT

Class of 2013 Academic Highlights New Investments n An Academic Learning Center was established to support student work after school. n Our Study Skills Program for students with diagnosed learning disabilities was restructured. n Two new Advanced Placement Courses, AP Economics and AP Studio Art 2D Design were added to the curriculum. n Collins Writing Program was implemented across the curriculum along with the DBQ Project for English and Social Studies.

IMPACT

Notre Dame Classroom

Notre Dame Academic Honors

n College Placement rate of our 306 graduates was 99% with 87% attending a four year college or university. n Median SAT and ACT scores were well above the National average. 3 Students achieved perfect SAT Scores and 1 attained a perfect ACT score. n 7 students were identified as National Merit Commended students. n 348 Advanced Placement Exams were taken for college credit, an increase of 13.3%. The overall pass rate (3,4,5) was 82%. n Overall, study skills students experienced 10% fewer failures in their math courses.


Academics Graduates of the Class of 2013 are attending 115 colleges and universities.

Notre Dame High School

Alvernia University (12) Appalachian State University (1) Belmont University (1) Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania (1) Boston University (1) Bridgewater College (1) Brigham Young University (1) Bryn Mawr College (1) Bucknell University (1) Bucks County Community College (8) Cabrini College (1) Caldwell College (1) California University of PA (1) Clemson University (1) Colgate University (1) College of the Holy Cross (1) Colorado State University (1) Cornell University (1) Drexel University (8) Duquesne University (2) East Carolina University (1) East Stroudsburg University (2) Elon University (1) Fairfield University (1) Fairleigh Dickinson University (2) Fashion Institute of Technology (1) Florence-Darlington Technical College (1) Fordham University (5) Gwynedd-Mercy College (1) Hampton University (1) Harcum College (1) Hobart and William Smith Colleges (1) Indiana University at Bloomington (1) Indiana University of PA(6) Iona College (1) James Madison University (4) Johnson & Wales University (1) Kean University (1) Kutztown University of PA (4) Lafayette College (3)

La Salle University (4) Lehigh University (2) Le Moyne College (1) Loyola University Maryland (1) Lycoming College (1) Macalester College (1) Marist College (2) Marymount University (1) McDaniel College (2) Mercer County Community College (32) Michigan State University (1) Millersville University of Pennsylvania (2) Monmouth University (4) Montclair State University (7) Moravian College (2) Mount Saint Mary’s University (1) Muhlenberg College (1) Neumann University (1) New Jersey Institute of Technology (2) Norwich University (1) Ohio University (1) Pennsylvania State University (21) Princeton University (1) Providence College (1) Purchase College State University of New York (1) Quinnipiac University (2) Ramapo College of NJ (2) Raritan Valley Community College (1) Richard Stockton College of NJ (1) Rider University (6) Rowan University (5) Rutgers University (5) Sacred Heart University (2) Saint Joseph’s University (6) Saint Peter’s University (2) School of Visual Arts (2) Seton Hall University (2) Shippensburg University of PA (2)

Stevens Institute of Technology (1) Stony Brook University (1) Susquehanna University (1) Syracuse University (3) Temple University (4) The Catholic University of America (1) The Citadel, Military College of South Carolina (1) The College of New Jersey (13) The Ohio State University (1) The University of the Arts (2) The University of Scranton (2) The University of Tampa (1) Towson University (6) United States Army (1) United States Marine Corps (1) University of Colorado at Boulder (1) University of Connecticut (2) University of Delaware (4) University of Denver (1) University of Hartford (3) University of Kentucky (2) University of Maine (1) University of Maryland (2) University of Mount Union (1) University of New Haven (1) University of North Carolina at Charlotte (1) University of Pittsburgh (10) University of South Carolina, Beaufort (1) University of Vermont (1) Ursinus College (3) Villanova University (2) Wagner College (1) West Chester University of PA (6) West Virginia University (2) Widener University (2) Yale University (1) York College of PA (2)

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IMPACT

Catholic Identity and Spirituality Highlights New Investments n The Social Justice Program expanded to include JusticeWorx, Mercy Trips, Fair Trade initiatives and the Soup Kitchen. n A division of Catholic Athletes for Christ was founded on the ND campus. n Four spiritual enrichment sessions were scheduled for parents.

IMPACT

Notre Dame Student Christmas Gift Drive

Worshipping at Our Lady’s Grotto

n Community members were led to a deeper understanding and awareness of social injustice in our world and of our prophetic vocation as they responded to their sisters and brothers in need. n ND students completed 52,582 hours of community service. n More than 50 students helped Farmers Against Hunger process food as part of an ICAN service trip. n The National Honor Society raised $15,000 to benefit The Wounded Warriors Project in a single evening with a scavenger hunt. n 5,000 bagged lunches were prepared for the children of HomeFront.

Monthly Liturgy at Notre Dame


Student Life Highlights New Investments/Experiences

Notre Dame Robotics Program

n AP Economics Students visited the New York Stock Exchange and met in the Board Room at the NYSE to discuss career paths and internships. n Notre Dame partnered with Robert Wood Johnson Hospital Hamilton, in the first Pink Sock Promise to raise Breast Cancer Awareness. n The “Million Pound Challenge” challenged students, faculty, staff, and parents to collect food for the hungry. Notre Dame donated over two thousand pounds of food and won the Division 5 “Heavyweight Award” for its efforts. n The ND Robotics Team participated in the First Tech Challenge match held at WWP North High School, making the semi-final round and finishing 5th out of 24 teams. n ND’s Model UN won the Distinguished Delegation Award and a Best Position Paper Award at Rutgers’ Model Congress. n Spirit Week last year had a new twist. Each day had a special theme, from Twin Day to Throwback Thursday with students dressing in ND uniforms from the 70s, 80s, and 90s. Evenings featured the Talent Show, the Mr. Notre Dame competition, and the 2013 Notre Dame Super Fan.

IMPACT Notre Dame Students developed a deeper bond with one other and a spirit of partnership as they served deserving charitable organizations in our community and represented Notre Dame in academic contests.

Pink Sock Promise for Breast Cancer Research Notre Dame High School

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Athletics Highlights

Team Championships n Notre Dame teams won more than 225 games last year. n Boys Basketball, Ice Hockey & Baseball Teams all won the Mercer County Tournament Championships. n Girls Soccer, Boys Swimming, Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Ice Hockey, Girls Lacrosse and Baseball all won CVC Division Titles. n Cheerleading won their Category in the CVC Cheer Competition.

Sports Team Highlights

Notre Dame Varsity Hockey Team

n Under third year coach, Andrew Ducko, the ND Ice Hockey Team won 30+ consecutive CVC games and two consecutive Mercer County Tournament Titles. n Under third year coach, Bob Turco, the Boys Basketball Team broke the school record for victories in a season (25). n First year coach, Bryan Fisher, led the Girls Lacrosse program to its finest season. The girls advanced to the Group III Central State Championship Final before losing to National Champion Moorestown. n The Boys Tennis team had its most successful season in years, finishing 15-6 and advancing to the Non-Public South A semifinals.

Individual Honors and Achievements n Boys Lacrosse Goalie, Jon Witalec earned All-American honors. He is ND’s second All-American in Boys Lacrosse. n Two members of the Girls Track Team won Non-Public State Championships. n Sabrina Alexander won the 100 meter high hurdles. She advanced to the National Meet in North Carolina where she won the same race in the Emerging Elite Division. n Vanessa Romulus won the Non-Public State Championship in the High Jump. n Isaiah Johnson became ND’s All-Time Leading scorer in Boys Basketball finishing his career with 1,605 points.

IMPACT Notre Dame Track and Field

The Athletics Department at Notre Dame continued to experience growth and success for our teams and individual athletes under the direction of our veteran coaches, with several teams experiencing a renaissance of success under the leadership of new coaches.


Arts Highlights

Visual Arts

Festival of the Arts

n Film students got a taste of NYC broadcast journalism with a first-hand look inside the PIX 11 Newsroom, which was turned into a working lab experience. ND students walked away having anchored a simulated news broadcast. n Art students visited The Princeton Museum, Longwood Gardens, Artists of Yardley and The Studio of Colleen Attara. n 10 AP Art students submitted 24 art pieces to The College Board. n The Festival of the Arts consisted of 2D and 3D works which varied from pencil and paint to clay and mixed media pieces. n Local artists from Mercer County were invited to judge student work, selecting winners for ND’s Artist of the Week. n Hannah Fischer 1 ` 3 won for her free form vase at TCNJ’s Student Art Show.

Performing Arts n 172 students participated in Concert Band, Jazz Band and Pit Orchestra. n 265 students participated in the sold-out spring musical, Seussical. There was a Theater Alumni Gathering prior to the closing night’s performance where performers from years past gathered to reconnect. n 70 members of the Concert Band traveled to DisneyWorld in Orlando, Florida, to perform. n Six 2013 graduates went on to major or minor in music. n 102 students participated in the Fusion Dance Concert. n Senior musician, Davon Anthony Wheeler `13, was awarded an Arts Scholarship. Davon is attending TCNJ as a trombone music major.

IMPACT Seussical

Notre Dame High School

Through their participation in Notre Dame’s exceptional fine arts and performing arts programs, our students shared their talents and abilities with us in the areas of fine arts, music and acting and helped to reveal the beauty of God’s creation. 7


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Facilities Highlights New Investments n Our Lady’s Grotto has been constructed in the west end of the Msgr. Walter E. Nolan Field. n The cafeteria, all hallways, gym locker rooms and 90% of all classrooms have been remodeled. n Key measures to improve building security and safety have been implemented. n An independent risk analysis survey regarding the facility has been completed. Exposures have been addressed and remediated. n Master Site Planning is in process.

IMPACT Newly Renovated Cafeteria

ND is a safer, updated, more accommodating facility, stamped proudly with our Catholic identity.

Technology Highlights New Investments n A robust wireless network has been installed throughout the campus. n A BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) program has been piloted by 20 teachers and will be fully implemented in the coming year. n The technology curriculum has been revised and new courses have been added.

IMPACT Students experience using BYOD every day.

Our students and teachers have been armed with the tools needed to better facilitate 21st Century learning.


Community Highlights Community Event Highlights n The Harvest Moon Auction was held at the Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village. 260 ND parents, alumni and friends enjoyed the evening and raised $65,475. Nearly $1 million has been raised in 20 years. n The Alumni Hall of Fame Dinner was attended by 170 alumni, family and friends and raised $14,040.00. Inductees: Jack Chebra ’63, Louis Crivelli ’93, Mary Carlin Komjathy ’75, Mary Joan Olszewski Maruca ’72, Sean Sheppard ’86, Ron Szejner ’66, Sandra Lupo Szejner ’66 and John Tattory ‘83.

Harvest Moon Auction

n The 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner was held at ND. Msgr. Walter E. Nolan began the evening with Mass, and 190 guests attended. Inductees: Joseph Casey ’63, Coach Ann DeMille, Mike Jennings, Sandy Mahon-Terry ’82, E.J. Nemeth ’01, William Perna ’80, Will Place ’72, Thomas Roberto ’04, James Solarski ’67, Ed Stoy ’63, Nicole Kurtain Weingerd ’02, Erica DiStefano Wright ’98 and the 1990 Baseball Team.

IMPACT n Through our Alumni and Athletic Hall of Fame and our special events, Notre Dame Alumni, Parents and Friends celebrated the legacy and pride which characterizes Notre Dame, while bringing new financial support and resources to our school. n Our current Notre Dame students can look to successful alumni, parents and friends as positive role models who have incorporated the values and lessons they learned at Notre Dame into the framework of their professional careers and personal lives. 2013 Alumni Hall of Fame Inductees

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IMPACT

Advancement Highlights New Investments n The Parent Ambassador Program was established to connect each incoming and transfer family with a ND veteran parent. n The Elizabeth “Bee” McLeod ‘79 and Goody Tyler Endowed Tuition Assistance Scholarship Fund was established. n The ND Business Ethics Forum was established. George Zimmer, founder of The Men’s Wearhouse, was our first guest speaker. n ND students joined the Ancient Order of Hibernians Polar Plunge at the Jersey Shore as a fundraiser to benefit the Jean W. McGraw Emergency Tuition Assistance Fund. n The ND Alumni Leadership Council was reestablished. n Monthly electronic communications were sent to Alumni.

IMPACT Mike Miller ‘06 with Jean McGraw at Polar Plunge

Our stakeholders’ pool is greatly expanded, engaged and better informed and are more willing to contribute time, treasure and prayers to enhance the mission of Notre Dame.

Marketing Highlights New Investments n New marketing initiatives, such as trailers in movie theatres and banners in shopping malls, have been initiated. n The school website has been completely redesigned. n ND social media presence through LinkedIn, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter has been greatly expanded.

IMPACT George Zimmer, founder of Men’s Wearhouse spoke at Notre Dame

Applications for the Class of 2017 grew by over 6% and our yield by 11%. Current enrollment for 2013-14 stands at 1340 representing the highest enrollment in more than 25 years.


Financial Information Statement of Revenues and Expenses Year Ended June 30, 2013 Revenue and Other Support:

Expenses:

Student Tuition and Fees

Instructional Expenses

Other Revenue

$13,712,599

$6,355,517

$324,420

Operation of Plant

$990,817

Cash Contributions

$90,988

Employee Benefits

$2,799,361

Interest and Dividend Income

$35,948

Student Body Activities

$1,003,083

Grant Income

Management

$2,382,946

Unrealized Losses on Investments

$178,510 $14,922

Total Revenue and Other Support

$14,357,387

Total Operating Expenses

$13,531,724

Capital Expense

Total Operating & Capital Expenses

Advancement Revenue

$699,539

Advancement Expense

$316,223

Change in Net Assets

$123,358

Net Assets Beginning of Year

Net Assets End of Year

*Numbers subject to final review by CohnReznick, Independent Accountants and Consultants for Notre Dame High School

Finance Highlights New Investments • Tuition assistance for families in need has been increased to nearly $600,000 annually (from only $100,000 three years ago). • Our deferred maintenance funds stand at over $300,000 in anticipation of any emergency needs. Notre Dame High School

$1,085,621 $14,617,345

$7,145,619 $7,268,977*

Impact Notre Dame is better prepared for financial emergencies and has provided many more opportunities for financially struggling families to avail themselves of an ND Catholic education.

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Annual Fund Overview 2012-13 Annual Fund Campaign (by constituent group, based on dollars raised)

Annual Fund Campaign donors contributed a total of $381,895 in 2012-13 and provided critical funding towards all areas of Notre Dame school life which could never be covered by tuition alone. Our school is blessed by the generosity of nearly 1200 annual fund donors. More than 70% of the dollars raised in our 201213 Annual Fund Campaign were contributed in the form of President’s Club and Leadership Gifts.

Alumni - 35%

Parents - 27% Corp/Found/UW 14%

Parents of Alumni - 9%

Faculty/Staff - 6% Friends - 6%

Grandparents - 3%

Chart represents percentage of total dollars raised from each constituent group totaling $381,895.

Funds raised through our 2012-13 Annual Fund Campaign were applied to the following areas at Notre Dame; • • • • • • •

Tuition Assistance Technology Enhancements and Expansion Facility Improvements New Academic and Co-Curricular programs Faculty and Staff Development Athletic Programs Fine and Performing Arts


Annual Fund Campaign Funds Raised by Constituent Category 2012-2013 $130k

$90k

$50k

$10k

Alumni $133,406 454 gifts

Parent $102,635 211 gifts

Parents of Alumni $36,733 110 gifts

Grandparents $13,105 133 gifts

Friends of ND $21,522 57 gifts

Faculty/Staff $22,885 73 gifts

Corps/Found/UW $51,609 112 gifts

ND Community Support

Notre Dame High School

Annual Fund Campaign $ 381,895 In Kind Gifts $ 112,633 Endowed Tuition Assistance Scholarship $ 150,000 Our Lady’s Grotto Project $ 10,000 Harvest Moon Auction $ 65,472 Annual Hall of Fame Dinners $ 14,038 Plunge for Catholic Education $ 2,800 ND Golf Classic -- Postponed to Sept. 9, 2013

TOTAL SUPPORT

$ 736,838

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IMPACT Annual Fund Campaign 2012-2013

SHAMROCK SOCIETY $500 to $999 Donald Allen `72 William and Roberta Anderson Alexander Anthony `69 John and Roseanne Besse Simon and Jan Campbell Jorge and Monica Campelo William and Susan Cantagallo John `78 and Colleen Castaldo Christopher and Susan Dowd Thomas and Lauren Farrell James Fitzpatrick `79

CELTIC CIRCLE $2,500 to $4,999

Anonymous James and Elizabeth Dobrowolski Michael and Suzanne Eberhard Dominic Frederico Elizabeth “Bee” McLeod `79 and Goody Tyler Ronald C. Rak Kevin and Meghan Troy `98 Scotto

Anonymous Michael and Evelyn Case Bill and Jane Chrnelich Jim and Colleen Daniels Mark and Maureen Gerber Leo and Liz Keoghan Gregory and Susan Krempasky Daniel and Angela McConnell Edward `64 and Christina Flood `65 McManimon Chappy and Elsie Moore Raymond Olfky `64 Helene P’Simer Mark and Stephanie Simon Randy and Jacqueline White

MERCY CIRCLE $5,000 to $9,999 Ronald and Suzanh Boronkay Steven and Gloria Cugine James and Tracey Fisher Christopher Kent `84 Thomas and Betty Ann O’Brien Brian `85 and Christine King `88 O’Reilly Judith Paul `66 Maria Paul `69 Sandra Persichetti `61 Mark Staffa `93

President’s Club

Annual Fund Campaign 2012-13

LEGACY GUILD $10,000 and above

James and Rita Fitzpatrick Tony and Ellen Genovesi Arlene George Christopher Giovanni `99 Gene `68 and Sharon Pflieger `68 Hayman Deborah Houghton `72 Ed and Linda Legge Daniel and Domenica Letinski Keith and Tina Logsdon Barbara Major John and Charyl McKenna John McLaughlin `65 Peggy Brennan `65 Miller Ned and Roxanne O’Byrne William `73 and Denise Ranke AnnMarie Recchia and Joseph Maruca `01 Greg and Victoria Reilly John and Patricia Rick Douglas and Meg Riexinger Steven Drake and Susan Sabatura Mark and Colleen Schlegel Steven and Maureen Siegel Mark Silvetti `00 Raymond `61 and Mary Stout

Edward and Christine Szemis Daniel and Kathleen Troy James and Maureen Tuohy Kevin Wise `99 Robert Wood

OUR LADY’S SOCIETY $250 to $499 Mark and Kathryn Andrew Adrian and Mihaela Biscoveanu Margaret Boland John and Valerie Bottega Joachim Braun Catherine Breza `83 Eileen Brown Christine Agocs `77 Bucca Jacqueline Burns `69 Michael Carrig `62 John `63 and Carol Catanese `63 Chebra Benjamin `92 and Gina Chrnelich Colleen McNamara `91 Cimador Christopher and Joan Collier Frances Consorti Joseph Coppola Mary Curtis

Sebastian and Elena D’Amico Eric and Betty Dawson Thomas `75 and Judy Dill Mary Donlon `61 Angela Stanzione `85 Drake Phil and Kyra Duran Brian Eller `90 Emmanuel and Barbara Englesson Susan Farr `73 Donald and Sharlene Favre John and Gerri Fierko Anthony Fiorello `68 Anthony and Kathleen Lambert `87 Francioso Robert Fuchs Wesley and Veronica Garrison Denise Gauvin-Tharney John and Donna Grabowski Christopher `99 and Laura Graziano Robert `79 and Beth Schultze `81 Greiss Anthony Grippo Ricardo and Reynita Gubatina Matthew Hartsough `03 John and Cindy Hoge

Anthony `93 and Tina Inverso Jeanette Johnson `69 Joyce Nadler `71 Koles Theodora Kubinak Jim and Anita Lau Alyson Mangini `92 James and Jan McDavitt Alan McLeod John and Kerry McQuarrie David McWilliam Thomas Meagher `75 Ken and Mary Ann Micai Carmel O’Donovan `85 Moreau Karen Morris Layne and Kathleen Moulton Ronald and Beth Mule’ Dennis and Theresa Nugent Brian and Laura Okupski James and Connie O’Sullivan Marcia Krisanda `77 Paulaski Martin `67 and Linda Pawl Vivian Pepe Rainer and Patricia Perkons James Plunkett `74 Jack and Barbara Porcelli Adrian Poux `91


BLUE & WHITE SOCIETY $1,000 to $2,499 Joseph and Patricia Adornetti Gary and Susan Angyal Anonymous Anonymous Melinda Armenti `86 Timothy and Mary Elizabeth Keefe `82 Babcock Kevin and Cindy Bannon Mark and Andrea Blohm Barry and Colette Breen John and Jean Brennan Thomas `71 and Ann Shelly `74 Brown Mary Barrett `68 Brown Robert `65 and Ann Bugdal Kevin and Anne Callahan The Campbell Family Foundation Carl and Laurie Casazza Charles and Kathy Leszczuk `80 Clemency Julius and Marybeth Janis `85 Consiglio Richard and Virginia Creedon

Joseph Pratico `06 Charles and Loretta Rambert Patrick and Linda Reager George and Rachel Reither Courtney `62 and Linda McGrath `62 Renegar Margot Rick `61 Steve and Lynn Rupprecht Francis Rura `64 Mary Jean Stout `70 Russell David Sass `94 Lynda Schafer Nicholas and Denise Schiera

Notre Dame High School

David `61 and Carol Cromwell Lou and Ann DeMille Thomas and Tina DeVito Timothy `67 and Marion Wilson `67 Doherty David and Linda Domino Harold and Denise Fink Mark `74 and Beth Freda Vincent and Irene Gelsomino John Genovese `78 Ron and Cheryl Gimbel Jeffrey and Megan Gordon William and Catherine Gowen Thomas `81 and Danielle Lettiere `83 Griffith Karen Henkel Thomas and Sheila Hickey Betty Hogan William Hutchinson `97 Mary Liz Fitzpatrick `72 Ivins Colleen Kendall `72 John Kilcoyne Jim and Francine King Dennis and Maureen Kinnevy

Rita Scozzari Timothy Shoriak `76 Clarence Sibert and Colleen Garrison John and Teresa Siemann Christopher Sliwinski `96 Thomas Smith `63 Joseph Sokolowski `62 Manoj and Angela Suvarna William Swyer `64 Brian and Jean Talerico Clark and Ann Tatum Louis and Theresa Tesoro

John and Mary Jane Leonard Matthew Letinski `06 The Liedtka Family Deborah Linton Robert `78 and Gretchen Mangone Bruce and Jean McGraw Donna Dovgala `77 McInerney Steven and Elizabeth Merrick Michael `06 and Alison Miller James Parolski and Eileen Moran Dave and Susie Morrell Thomas and Donna Murray Daniel `80 and Megan Murphy `88 O’Donnell John `65 and Elayne Jusko `65 Olesak Ken and Kathy Peist Robert `68 and Carol Picozzi Thomas and Laura Prendergast Pat and Lynn Quinn Dennis `66 and Linda DeGeorge `66 Regan Brenda Riley Ashley Rue

Daniel and Elaine Picarello `68 Tomasulo Matthew and Debbie Tretter Melanie Piekielniak `72 Tysowski David and Lu Anne Wells Matthew `94 and A. Jackie Nowak `94 Wizeman William and Betty Wnek Joseph Wroblewski `63 The Estate of Frances Wroblewski `69 Lawrence `70 and Linda Zukowski

SPIRIT CIRCLE $100 to $249 Candido and Mary Africa Stephen Agocs `72 Michael and Linda Andrusiewicz Anonymous R. John Antinoro `74 Vincent and Barbara Watkin `64 Ardery Mary Jo Wetzel `74 Bacic Susan Baker Ann Balderston Bernadette Folmer `72 Bannister

John and Vicki Rymer William and Kelly Rymer Chris and Cathi Schaber Marc and Nicole Scudillo John and Christina Fritz `82 Sellers Anthony `78 and Kathleen Fallon `90 Sevilla Timothy `92 and Kristen Simms `92 Stout Ronald `66 and Sandra Lupo `66 Szejner John `83 and Chris Tattory Marlene Proneski `63 Thompson John and Edna Tiberi Sean and Linda Toomey Greg and Jeanne Tornquist Jack Varsalona `66 Vincent and Caroline Vietti John and Mary Volpe John Walbridge `65 James and Kathleen Walters Kevin and Jackie Waraksy Barbara Wingate

Joanna Barlow John Barone Donald and Kathleen Barringer Daniel and Lisa Barth Michael Bartuska III `05 Maureen O’Malley `70 Baus Jeffrey and Lynne Bedser Barbara Beers `67 Ernest and Dorothy Beres Isabel Berko Leonard and Deborah Berzinski John and Paulette Biancamano John and Elizabeth Blazejewski Eugene Blicharz `62 Bernadette Bonanno Alan and Cindy Boyden Darlene Branges `74 Peter Brennan `66 Joseph and Gloria Brennan Lee and Linda Brennan Bruce and Dolores Buzymowski `61 Brilliantine Carole King `61 Britton John and Beverly Brodowski Ryan Brown `99 Barbara Brown

Donald Brown Jonathan and Sheila Brush Michael Burns `65 Ashley Buxton `10 David Buxton Jaime and Christine Caceres Julie Campo Msgr. William Capik Bart Carr `63 P. Thomas Carroll `67 Joseph Casey `63 Custodio and Virginia Castor Michael and Kathleen Castrogiovanni Melanie Alfano `96 Cervino Ralph and Catherine Chiarello Anthony and Frances Chiorello Doug Christian `05 Erin Christian `09 Molly Chrnelich `06 Stephen and Sherri Ciano Robert and Alice Cipolla Edward and Deborah Closson Thomas and Anne Cody Donald Comfort `61 15 Martin Connor `63


Annual Fund Campaign 2012-13 (continued)

SPIRIT CIRCLE $100 to $249 (cont.) Vincent Convery `63 Johanna Corso Karen Wojtowicz `74 Crilley Louis Crivelli `93 Curtis Crowell and Isabel McGinty Gary and Christine Dambro Edward and Susan Shelly `81 DeAngelo Claudia DeFino Susanne Mocheri `86 DePalo Joseph and Linda Di Franco David `71 and Deborah DiStefano Phyllis Ditta Chris and Susan Doran Kenneth Douglas and Eileen KellyDouglas Michael and Meghan Drago Michael Drulis `68 Ryan Duffy `98 Jim and Anna Grace East Katherine Pierzga `66 Eck Antoine and Nina Elghossain Karl Feltes `64 John and Shirley Mahon `70 Ferrie Mary Jane Filo Vincent and Rose Fiorello Bill and Roseanne Fisher Stephen and Aurelia Flickinger Rosemarie Picone `83 Flood Kellie Malloy `86 Foerter Louise Foley James and Barbara Fruscione Matthew and Elizabeth Garry Molly Rees `67 Gavin Joseph and Laurie Giangrasso Colleen Gorman `90 Maribel Gray `89 William Greiss Rogelio and Sandra Griffiths Carol Guarino

Edward and Carolyn Gunning Peter and Aline Ziomek `61 Guzzo Barbara Stephenson `68 Harahan John and Maribeth McEwan `61 Hardiman Nancy Castner `66 Harper Steven `83 and Cheryl Harris David Hart `72 Carol Duckenfield `71 Harvey Michael and Mary Hermida Jesse and Eleanor Hill Robert and Mary Ann Ridorfino `63 Hoch Joseph Hochreiter and Eileen Wachtman John Ippolito `78 Dean and Elizabeth Ivins Lois Ivins Ingrid Jackson Christopher and Ellen Jacobs Carol Southwick `64 Jefferson Raymond Johnson `62 Theresa Picarello `73 Johnson Craig Kahrs Georgiana Kahrs Scott Kahrs Jerry and Virginia Keenan Sean and Patricia Kelly John and Loretta Kilduff Jeanne Goubeaud `86 King David and Maria Kirczow Margaret Kite Richard Kmiec `61 Walter `66 and Teresa Kmiec Roseanne Dale `80 Kokas Julie Kopchik Omelan and Erika Kotsopey JoAnn Szalony `69 Krulikowski Eileen Kyselka `61 Kulak Kathleen Cooper `63 Kulesza Michael Kunst `92 Mark `92 and Kathleen Laurinaitis Russell Lawyer `70 Joseph and Bridget LeBender Dorothy Lenox John and MaryAnn Lepping Verna Lepping China Le’Seur John and Lorraine Lestician John and Barbara Lettiere Frank and Donna Lewis Harry and Rebecca Limons

Mary Ann Liptak `62 Anthony and Teresa Lotito James Lozier Thomas Lucas `61 Frank and Linda Lucchesi Mary Lyons Judith Malloy Paul and Susan Maloney Gerald and Nancy Mangine Arthur Manyoky and Judith Johnston Paul and Dorothy Marotta Michael and Nancy Marrazzo Kenneth Marsh Helene Martino Anthony and Gina Martone Eileen McGee `67 Mathews Brian and Patricia Mays Garrett McDaniel `65 Richard McDougal `63 John McGlone and Annemarie Gibbons-McGlone Alexander and Ann McGowan Philip and Tracy McGurk Susan Zeis `83 McKee Joe McLaughlin Kevin McMahon `01 Eileen McNamara Laura McWilliam `06 Elizabeth Meagher `78 Carol Bailey `71 Mendenko John and Francine Bailey `68 Michaels Robert Milacci `64 Peter and Annie Milionis Thomas Miller `86 Tom `61 and Barbara Shestko `61 Minar Patricia Elek `81 Mollo Gregory and Denise Moon Richard and Martha Morley Patricia McCloskey `62 Moro Michael Murphy `70 Jonathan Murray `09 Abigail Murray `11 John and Debra Murray Frank Nerwinski Nancy Nicol `66 Van and Heather Norian Joseph O’Brien Ken and Dorothea O’Connor Daniel and Jean O’Donnell

Joseph `64 and Donna O’Gorman Amy Rick `90 Olear Debra Owens `73 Charles Palumbo `02 Joyce Pypcznski `74 Palumbo James Panacek `62 Joan Panacek `63 Marybeth Uveges `79 Panaro Gerald Pannone `62 Claire Parolski `11 Elizabeth Parolski `06 Tony and Bernadette Pastore Edward and Sharon Patton Martin Payton William `80 and Lorraine Perna Fred `64 and Elaine Abbott `64 Petito Mary Jo Pieretti `64 Bucceri Edmund `71 and Elizabeth Pinelli Louis and Josephine Pontone Jon Poole `84 Marie Elias `61 Powell Jack `62 and Susan Groch `67 Power Matthew Pribila `93 Francis Przechacki `72 Carol Puhalski `62 Seely Royce and Mary Pullen Joe and Kate Puzio Kelly Raftice `97 Douglas and Alice Agocs `73 Ranson Jose and Teresita Ravago Paul `66 and Virginia Swyer `66 Raywood Katherine Flynn `88 Reed Patrick and Karen Reilly Patrick and JoAnne Richardson Richard Roche Bill and Jo Anne Romano Judith Porter `64 Rosenbaum Henry `67 and Theresa Ryan Peter and Dorothy Safranek Alfred Sanguinetti Nicole Regan `93 Scharibone William and Bernadette Schultze John Scott `65 Tim and Catherine Sewnig Linda Shaw-Miele Steven Siegel and Maureen Thompson-Siegel Stan Sielewicki

Kathy Sikorski `71 Boraten Walter and Cindy Slahetka Barbara Meseroll `67 Smith James Solarski `67 Michael and Kim Spickofsky William Spych `63 Mary Dorner `63 St. Pierre Eileen Stansky `71 Glenn and Diane Steinberg Mary Stoka Catherine Garansi `63 Stout Paul Strapp `67 Chun-fu Su Timothy Szwedo `68 Kevin and Maryann Tait Julie Talerico Myron `75 and Maureen Tantum Carl and Mary Thomas David Tobiasz `70 John and Rose Tomaro Martine Uveges `76 Robert `64 and Barbara Radlinsky `64 Valentine Bart and Bobbi Van der Gaag Elizabeth Vanner Theodore and Elizabeth Vanner Mark VanSant `74 Daniel `80 and Margaret Vernon Ronald Vernon `77 Ron and Judy Vernon Alfred and Teresa Vigliano Mary Lou Voacolo Emma Volpe James and Betty Walker Richard `64 and Donna Parsons `64 Walsh William Ward `62 Christopher Weber Elizabeth Wetzel Robert and Elizabeth Wisgirda William Wnek `91 Dave and Nancy Woody Stephen and Rae Ann Wroblewski Peter `87 and Allison Simonettii `88 Zangrilli Richard Zanoni `63 Dan and Christine Zeppenfeld Henry Ziemba `74


Alumni Donors

by class year

1961 Dolores Buzymowski Brilliantine Carole King Britton Donald Comfort David Cromwell Ronald Dell MaryEllen Baylog DeMarco Mary Donlon Karen Ristow Graves Kathryn Sheridan Gunnell Aline Ziomek Guzzo Maribeth McEwan Hardiman Beatrice Bilancio Johnson Richard Kmiec Eileen Kyselka Kulak Thomas Lucas Joe Malloy (In Memoriam) Barbara Sauerbaum McDonald Barbara Feltes Mihalko Tom and Barbara Shestko Minar Robert Murphy

Notre Dame High School

Sandra Persichetti Marie Elias Powell Margot Rick Marianne Soden Concetta Valenti Starling Raymond Stout Dennis Yard

1962 Eugene Blicharz Michael Carrig Lois Willis Czajkowski Ronald Dykas Georgette Eveland-Alosa Raymond Johnson Daniel Leonard Mary Ann Liptak Patricia McCloskey Moro James Panacek Gerald Pannone Jack Power Carol Puhalski-Seely William Radlinsky Courtney and Linda McGrath Renegar Mary Ann Simko Rothwell Edward Sare Joseph Sokolowski William Ward Janet Wass Tom Wozniak

1963 Clothilda Bilancio Acquaviva Kenneth Brower

Bart Carr Joseph Casey John and Carol Catanese Chebra Martin Connor Vincent Convery Charles Delany John Feeney Rudolph Geurds Diane Accongio Greenwood Mary Ann Ridorfino Hoch Kristina Kirkham Kaye Robert Klein Kathleen Cooper Kulesza Thomas Mahoney Richard McDougal Thomas Michaud Elaine Muschal Joan Panacek Christine Knott Radziewicz Thomas Smith Bill Spych Mary Dorner St. Pierre Catherine Garansi Stout Carolyn Abel Stoy Marlene Proneski Thompson John Wagner Stanley Wirpsza Joseph Wroblewski Richard Zanoni

1964 Barbara Watkin Ardery Charles Buttaci Victoria Dzialo Chandel Karl Feltes Zofia Jablonski Feulner Monica Tallone Frascella Frances Marchesano Geurds Carol Southwick Jefferson Stephen Kerlin Edward `64 and Patricia Stefanowicz `64 Landerkin Edward McManimon Robert Milacci Joseph O’Gorman Ray Olfky Fred `64 and Elaine Abbott `64 Petito Mary Jo Pieretti-Bucceri Judith Porter Rosenbaum Karen Bittner Ruder Francis Rura Patricia Sikorski

Thomas Stout William Swyer Robert and Barbara Radlinsky Valentine Richard and Donna Parsons Walsh

1965 Judith Capewell Aungst Bob Bugdal Michael Burns Gail McKenna Carr Joanne Buklad Costides Courtney Esposito Kathleen Pouliot Harlicka James King Carol Baldino MacLennan Garrett McDaniel John McLaughlin Christina Flood McManimon Peggy Brennan Miller John and Elayne Jusko Olesak John Scott John Walbridge

1966 Peter Brennan Marcie Nawrocik Codd Katherine Pierzga Eck Nancy Castner Harper Walter Kmiec Anna Maciejczak Kraun Janice Inverso Malec Nancy Nicol Thomas Paglione Judy Paul Paul and Virginia Swyer Raywood Dennis and Linda DeGeorge Regan Ronald and Sandra Lupo Szejner Jack Varsalona Thomas Wilson

1967 Barbara Beers P. Thomas Carroll Timothy and Marion Wilson Doherty Mary Lynn Fracaroli Molly Rees Gavin Darlene Inverso Jones Patricia Kohl Eileen McGee Mathews Marion Lane McLaughlin Martin Pawl Susan Groch Power Henry Ryan

Jo Ann Cammarata Schrader Christine Burns Scibetta Barbara Meseroll Smith James Solarski Paul Strapp Constance Ranfone Wilson

1968 Mary Barrett Brown Michele Waldron Daly Michael Drulis Anthony Fiorello Barbara Stephenson Harahan Gene `68 and Sharon Pflieger `68 Hayman Eileen McManimon Francine Bailey Michaels Bob Picozzi Richard Schrader Timothy Szwedo Elaine Picarello Tomasulo

1969 Margaret Ferguson Adams Alexander Anthony Kathleen Carroll Bryson Jacqueline Burns Michael Byrne James DiIenno Marilyn Barber Hendron Jeanette Johnson Stephanie Williams Klein JoAnn Szalony Krulikowski Frank Mangone Maria Paul Susan Rentner Skinner

1970 Mary Sue Salaga Andrako Maureen O’Malley Baus Lucille Cooper Chorba Patricia Hetzel Cohen James and Debra Grodeck Condrat Dennis Connolly Shirley Mahon Ferrie Russell Lawyer Michael Murphy Mary Jean Stout Russell Linda Blicharz Shaw William Sheaffer Anne Ott Stolowski David Tobiasz Lawrence Zukowski

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Alumni Donors (continued) 1971 John Baylog Thomas Brown Lizabeth Inverso DeGregory David DiStefano Carol Duckenfield Harvey Joyce Nadler Koles Carol Bailey Mendenko Gabriela Werner Nosari Mary Rose Prokop Oliet Edmund Pinelli Kathy Sikorski-Boraten Eileen Stansky John and Angela Castranova Wetzel

1972 Stephen Agocs Donald Allen Bernadette Folmer Bannister Catherine Calamia Bongiovanni Kate Esposito David Hart Deborah Houghton Mary Liz Fitzpatrick Ivins Colleen Kendall Christopher Kmiec Charles Kowalski Maryanne Pfieffer McCue Helene Freeman O’Connor Dennis O’Reilly Francis Przechacki Melanie Piekielniak Tysowski Alfred and Joan Pulcini Veltri Michael Wozniak

1973 Dennis Bird Susan Farr Theresa Picarello Johnson Jane Michalczyn Mesday Debra Owens William Ranke Alice Agocs Ranson

1974 R. John Antinoro Mary Jo Wetzel Bacic Donna Pitonak Bigley

Darlene Branges Ann Shelly Brown Karen Wojtowicz Crilley Mark Freda Maureen Hazen-Fritsky Linda Moeller Joyce Pypcznski Palumbo James Plunkett Mark VanSant Henry Ziemba

1975 Thomas Dill Kathleen Brown Mason James McGuire Thomas Meagher Celeste Rousseau Claire Dzieminski Saponaro Lynne Agocs Scott Hank Smith Rose Fitzpatrick Stevenson Myron Tantum Peggy Calamia Wroblewski

1976 John Callaghan Glenn Fernandes Timothy Shoriak Susan Thornton Stanton Martine Uveges

1977 Bill Allen Christine Agocs Bucca Donna Dovgala McInerney Marcia Krisanda Paulaski Michael Stryker Barbara Domurat Turner Ronald Vernon John Wiacek

1978 Thomas Barlow John Castaldo John Genovese John Ippolito Robert Mangone Beth Meagher Louis Ranfone Anthony Sevilla Karen South Stark

1979 Virginia Brenton

James Fitzpatrick Robert Schultze Greiss Elizabeth “Bee” McLeod Marybeth Uveges Panaro William Petercsak

Jeanne Goubeaud King Anthony Martillotti Thomas Miller Gary Torgeson

David Sass Matthew and Jackie Nowak Wizeman

1980

1987

Thomas Andrako (In Memoriam)

Kathleen Lambert Francioso Christina DiGuiseppi Kostis Donald Watson Peter Zangrilli

Kathy Leszczuk Clemency Roseanne Dale Kokas Thomas Morse Daniel O’Donnell William Perna Daniel Vernon

1981 Anna Maria Celli Clark Edward and Susan Shelly DeAngelo Beth Schultze Greiss Thomas Griffith Patti Elek Mollo Catherine Martinez Stephan

1982 Mary Elizabeth Keefe Babcock John Cifelli Valarie Nyktas Michailides Christina Fritz Sellers Anne Flynn Sprotte

1983 Karen Kocsardy Barbiero Catherine Breza Rosemarie Picone Flood Danielle Lettiere Griffith Steven Harris Susan Zeis McKee John Tattory

1984 Chris Kent David Liedtka Colleen Flynn Pirrmann Jon Poole

1985 Marybeth Janis Consiglio Angela Stanzione Drake Carleen Fritz Knauf Carmel O’Donovan Moreau Brian O’Reilly

1986 Melinda Armenti Susanne Mocheri DePalo Kellie Malloy Foerter

1988 Andrew La Rue Susan Repko McKee Megan Murphy O’Donnell Christine King O’Reilly Katherine Flynn Reed Allison Simonettii Zangrilli

1989 Maribel Gray Amy King Hardiman

1990 Brian Eller Colleen Gorman Lauren McGuire Krauss Michael McEwan Amy Rick Olear Kathleen Fallon Sevilla

1991 Colleen McNamara Cimador Patrick Hardiman Adrian Poux William Wnek

1992 Benjamin Chrnelich Amy Andrako Kerwick Michael Kunst Mark Laurinaitis Alyson Mangini Timothy and Kristen Simms Stout

1993 Louis Crivelli Anthony Inverso Kristin Chebra McAuliffe Alexandra Nehila Matthew Pribila Nicole Regan Scharibone Mark Staffa

1994 Kristen Hancy

1995 1996 Melanie Alfano Cervino Christopher Sliwinski Bonnie Clawson Tormey

1997 Anonymous William Hutchinson Kevin Kmiec Kelly Raftice

1998 Ryan Duffy Mary Ann Lombardo Meghan Troy Scotto

1999 Ryan Brown Christopher Giovanni Chris Graziano Kevin Wise

2000 Mimi McBride Mark Silvetti Elizabeth Riney Smith Betsy Ruffin Thompson

2001 Kathryn Brennan Amanda Marquis Joseph Maruca Kevin McMahon Ryan McSorley

2002 Nader Ata

2003 Matthew Hartsough Kerry McSorley Gregory Schafer

2004 Meghan Nanfeldt Joseph Petitto Seana Smith

2005 Michael Bartuska


Doug Christian Maggie McSorley

Brigitte Pastore Alexandria Vernon

2006

2011

Molly Chrnelich Rose Crowell Paul D’Auria Adam Huff Matthew Letinski Laura McWilliam Mike Miller Bernadette Miller Elizabeth Parolski Joseph Pratico Caroline Richardson

Jonathan Babcock Ryan Babcock Louis Battaglia Andrea DiPaola Robert Ford Alexandra Kirczow Alexander Lewis Grace McSorley Abigail Murray Brendan O’Leary Claire Parolski Alex Steinberg

2007 Jason Oszvart

2008 Marjorie Crowell

2009 Brooke Battaglia Erin Christian Shaun Foley Rosaleen McSorley Jonathan Murray Andrew Tresansky Patrick Vona

2012 Anthony Baldachino Warren Crowell Thomas DeMusis Katherine Eberhard Laura Eberhard Ryan McGinnis Daniel McKenna Jessica Oszvart Kyra Pastore Daniel Vernon

2010 Ashley Buxton Sheila Crowell

Golden Irish - Class of 1963

ND Golf Classic-Members of the Class of 1983

Notre Dame High School

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Parents, Parents of Alumni, Grandparents and Friends Parents Joe and Patti Adornetti Candido and Mary Africa Mark and Kathryn Andrew Michael and Linda Andrusiewicz Gary and Susan Angyal Marc and Karen Kocsardy `83 Barbero Daniel and Lisa Barth Jeffrey and Lynne Bedser Adrian and Mihaela Biscoveanu John and Elizabeth Blazejewski Mark and Andrea Blohm Carl and Kelly Bornmann Ronald and Suzanh Boronkay John and Valerie Bottega John and Beverly Brodowski James and Mary Brown Jonathan and Sheila Brush Jaime and Christine Caceres Simon and Jan Campbell Jorge and Monica Campelo William and Susan Cantagallo Michael and Evelyn Case Stephen and Sherri Ciano John `82 and Elizabeth Cifelli Robert and Alice Cipolla Edward and Deborah Closson Thomas and Anne Cody Julius and Marybeth Janis `85 Consiglio Steve and Gloria Cugine Jim and Colleen Daniels Tom and Tina DeVito Thomas `75 and Judy Dill Mark and Lynn DiPaola Phyllis Ditta Jim and Elizabeth Dobrowolski Michael and Susan Dolan Colleen Dombroski Dave and Linda Domino Chris and Susan Doran Kenneth and Eileen Douglas Christopher and Susan Dowd Michael and Meghan Drago

Stewart and Bevlin Duncan Phil and Kyra Duran Michael and Suzanne Eberhard Thomas and Lauren Farrell John and Gerri Fierko Vincent and Rose Fiorello Bill and Roseanne Fisher Judith Ford Anthony and Kathleen Lambert `87 Francioso James and Barbara Fruscione Vincent and Irene Gelsomino Arlene George Mark and Maureen Gerber Joseph and Laurie Giangrasso Ron and Cheryl Gimbel Jeffrey and Megan Gordon William and Catherine Gowen Robert and Beth Schultze `81 Greiss Thomas `81 and Danielle Lettiere `83 Griffith Rogelio and Sandra Griffiths Ricardo and Reynita Gubatina James and Amy Hahn Joseph and Lynn Harper Thomas and Sheila Hickey Dean and Elizabeth Ivins Christopher and Ellen Jacobs Richard and Rebecca Jaffe Dale and Catherine Jones Jerry and Virginia Keenan Sean and Patricia Kelly Leo and Liz Keoghan Jim and Francine King David and Maria Kirczow Andreas and Christina DiGuiseppi `87 Kostis Jim and Anita Lau Joseph and Bridget LeBender Ed and Linda Legge John and MaryAnn Lepping The Liedtka Family Darell and Natalie Linder Keith and Tina Logsdon Anthony and Teresa Lotito

James Lozier Frank and Linda Lucchesi Paul and Susan Maloney Michael and Nancy Marrazzo Kenneth Marsh Anthony and Gina Martone Brian and Patricia Mays Philip and Tracy McGurk James and Geraldine McSorley Steven and Elizabeth Merrick Eleftherios and Valarie Nyktas `82 Michailides Gregory and Denise Moon Michael and Susan Moore Richard and Martha Morley Dave and Susie Morrell Ronald and Beth Mule’ Andrew and Patricia Mumich Thomas and Donna Murray Ned and Roxanne O’Byrne Daniel `80 and Megan Murphy `88 O’Donnell Brian and Laura Okupski Brian and Karin O’Leary Brian `85 and Christine King `88 O’Reilly Tony and Bernadette Pastore Edward and Sharon Patton Martin `67 and Linda Pawl Ken and Kathy Peist Rainer and Patricia Perkons William `80 and Lorraine Perna Jack and Barbara Porcelli Thomas and Laura Prendergast Jose and Teresita Ravago Patrick and Linda Reager Joe and AnnMarie Recchia Patrick and Karen Reilly Greg and Victoria Reilly Steve and Lynn Rupprecht William and Kelly Rymer Gregory and Judy Rynkewicz Peter and Dorothy Safranek Chris and Cathi Schaber Lynda Schafer

Grandparents Day at Notre Dame Nicholas and Denise Schiera Mark and Colleen Schlegel Beth Ann Schmidt Robert and Gloria Schmiederer Marc and Nicole Scudillo Jack and Christina Fritz `82 Sellers Clarence and Colleen Sibert Steven and Maureen Siegel Steven and Maureen Siegel Mark and Stephanie Simon Walter and Cindy Slahetka Michael and Kim Spickofsky Glenn and Diane Steinberg Manoj and Angela Suvarna Edward and Christine Szemis Kevin and Maryann Tait Brian and Jean Talerico John `83 and Chris Tattory Clark and Ann Tatum Carl and Mary Thomas Sean and Linda Toomey Greg and Jeanne Tornquist Matthew and Debbie Tretter James and Maureen Tuohy Bart and Bobbi Van der Gaag Ann Vienneau Vincent and Caroline Vietti Alfred and Teresa Vigliano John and Mary Volpe James and Kathleen Walters Kevin and Jackie Waraksy Richard and Marilyn Ward David and Lu Anne Wells Randy and Jacqueline White

Barbara Wingate Stephen and Rae Ann Wroblewski Joseph and Elaine Zajkowski Peter Zangrilli `87 Dan and Christine Zeppenfeld

Parents of Alumni Patrick and Frances Ahearn William and Roberta Anderson R. John Antinoro `74 Vincent and Barbara Watkin `64 Ardery Louis and Elizabeth Ashton Robert and Margaret Atkin Tim and Mary Elizabeth Keefe `82 Babcock Kevin and Cindy Bannon Donald and Kathleen Barringer Leonard and Deborah Berzinski John and Paulette Biancamano George and Sharon Bilyk Evelyn Bobko Bernadette Bonanno Alan and Cindy Boyden Barry and Colette Breen John and Jean Brennan Lee and Linda Brennan Bruce and Dolores Buzymowski `61 Brilliantine Mary Barrett `68 Brown Thomas `71 and Ann Shelly `74 Brown Donald Brown Eileen Brown


Robert Bugdal `65 Charles Buttaci `64 David Buxton Frank and Gail McKenna `65 Carr Rocco Carsia and Helen Weber Carl and Laurie Casazza Michael and Kathleen Castrogiovanni John `63 and Carol Catanese `63 Chebra Bill and Jane Chrnelich Rosina Cifelli Chuck and Kathy Leszczuk `80 Clemency Christopher and Joan Collier James `70 and Debra Grodeck `70 Condrat Joseph Coppola Karen Wojtowicz `74 Crilley Curtis and Isabel Crowell Edward and Susan Shelly `81 DeAngelo Lou and Ann DeMille Thomas and Diane DeMusis David `71 and Deborah DiStefano Timothy `67 and Marion Wilson `67 Doherty Antoine and Nina Elghossain Donald and Sharlene Favre John and Shirley Mahon `70 Ferrie George John and Zofia Jablonski `64 Feulner Harold and Denise Fink James and Rita Fitzpatrick Joseph and Harriet Flynn

Grandparents Day at Notre Dame Notre Dame High School

Dominic Frederico Charles Fritz Maureen Gallagher Matthew and Elizabeth Garry John and Donna Grabowski William Greiss Herb and Cathy Gross John and Dolores Grussler Peter and Aline Ziomek `61 Guzzo John and Maribeth McEwan `61 Hardiman Kathleen Pouliot `65 Harlicka Gene `68 and Sharon Pflieger `68 Hayman Jim Higham Theresa Hill Robert and Mary Ann Ridorfino `63 Hoch Joseph Hochreiter and Eileen Wachtman John and Cindy Hoge Edward and Susan Hornyak Edward and Theresa Humphries James `65 and Janet King Dennis and Maureen Kinnevy Walter `66 and Teresa Kmiec Diane Kniefel Omelan and Erika Kotsopey Anna Maciejczak `66 Kraun Carol Krupa John and Mary Jane Leonard Daniel and Domenica Letinski John and Barbara Lettiere Frank and Donna Lewis Richard and Sheila Linkchorst

Deborah Linton Judith Malloy Gerald and Nancy Mangine Frank `69 and Deanna Mangone Robert and Elizabeth Marquis Allan and Mary Lynn Martin Kathleen Brown `75 Mason Dan and Angela McConnell James and Jan McDavitt Edward and Sauerbaum `61 McDonald Timothy and Donna Dovgala `77 McInerney John and Charyl McKenna Alan McLeod John and Kerry McQuarrie David McWilliam Harry and Jane Michalczyn `73 Mesday Ken and Mary Ann Micai John and Francine Bailey `68 Michaels Thomas `63 and Linda Michaud Peter and Annie Milionis Peggy Brennan `65 Miller Chappy and Elsie Moore Layne and Kathleen Moulton John and Debra Murray Dennis and Theresa Nugent Tom and Betty Ann O’Brien Daniel and Jean O’Donnell James and Connie O’Sullivan Joyce Pypcznski `74 Palumbo Jim Parolski and Eileen Moran Marcia Krisanda `77 Paulaski Martin Payton Joe and Kate Puzio Pat and Lynn Quinn William Ranke `73 Douglas and Alice Agocs `73 Ranson Dennis `66 and Linda DeGeorge `66 Regan George and Rachel Reither Patrick and JoAnne Richardson John and Patricia Rick Douglas and Meg Riexinger Bill and Jo Anne Romano Mary Jean Stout `70 Russell Henry `67 and Theresa Ryan Linda Ryan William and Maureen Schofield

Richard `68 and Jo Ann Cammarata `67 Schrader William and Bernadette Schultze Tim and Catherine Sewnig John and Teresa Siemann Gordon and Rose Fitzpatrick `75 Stevenson Mary Stoka Catherine Mrs. Catherine Garansi `63 Stout Myron `75 and Maureen Tantum Louis and Theresa Tesoro John and Edna Tiberi Daniel and Picarello `68 Tomasulo Daniel and Kathleen Troy Daniel `80 and Margaret Vernon Jeanette Wasko Elizabeth Wetzel William and Betty Wnek Dave and Nancy Woody Kevin and Judith Young

Grandparents Joe and RoseAnn Angelillo Salvatore and Margaret Aprile Susan Baker Ann Balderston Ernest and Dorothy Beres John and Roseanne Besse Carol Booz Ernesto and Lucia Bosi Joseph and Gloria Brennan Barbara Brown William and Vera Brown Eileen Brown Dennis and Carol Burke Alfred and Evelyn Cackowski Andrew and Barbara Cantagallo Frank and Gail McKenna `65 Carr John and Barbara Carroll Custodio and Virginia Castor Ralph and Catherine Chiarello Anthony and Frances Chiorello Rosina Cifelli Frances Consorti Johanna Corso Richard and Virginia Creedon Sebastian and Elena D’Amico Eric and Betty Dawson Josephine DeCristo Joseph and Linda Di Franco Gloria Dill Jim and Anna Grace East

Barbara Englesson Mary Jane Filo Stephen and Aurelia Flickinger Louise Foley Charles Fritz Robert Fuchs Edward and Carolyn Gunning Beverly Hasili Elizabeth Haupin Jesse and Eleanor Hill Theresa Hill Patricia Hoffmeir Lois Ivins Ingrid Jackson Donald and Carol Jaffe John and Loretta Kilduff Margaret Kite Theodora Kubinak Robert and Mary Lamanna Louis and Kathryn Larovere Marlene Leggett Verna Lepping John and Lorraine Lestician Harry and Rebecca Limons Robert and Stella Lindley Roger and Marylynn Locandro Mary Lyons Arthur Manyoky and Judith Johnston Paul and Dorothy Marotta Nora McDonnell John McGlone and Annemarie Gibbons-McGlone Alexander and Ann McGowan Don and Virginia McQuarrie Joseph and Janet Merk Frank Nerwinski Joseph O’Brien Ken and Dorothea O’Connor Daniel and Jean O’Donnell Joseph and Maryann O’Neill Larry and Marion Panebianco Ernest and Mary Jean Papp Vivian Pepe Louis and Josephine Pontone Royce and Mary Pullen Charles and Loretta Rambert Rosemary Roberto John and Vicki Rymer Alfred Sanguinetti William and Lois Scarcella Ronald and Agnes Schlegel

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Parents, Parents of Alumni Grandparents and Friends (continued) William and Bernadette Schultze Anna Schurter James and Mae Scott Rita Scozzari Virginia Shuttner Stan Sielewicki Joseph and Camille Simon Elizabeth Snyder Carl and Diane Spickofsky Elaine St John Vincent and Eleanor Staudinger Leonard and Barbara Stiles Raymond `61 and Mary Stout Walter and Sophie Strzalka Anthony and Annette Szymendera Julie Talerico Peter and Angela Tampellini Erlinda Ticse John and Rose Tomaro Maria Torrado Lewis and Margaret Udijohn Theodore and Elizabeth Vanner Ron and Judy Vernon

Mary Lou Voacolo Emma Volpe James and Betty Walker Leonard and Helen Wall Kevin and Kathy Weidling Gerard and Emilie Werner Arthur and Pauline Zaleski

Grandparents of Alumni Mary Alfonse Peggy Burns Mary Cordisco Claudia DeFino James and Rita Fitzpatrick William Greiss John and Dolores Grussler Jim Higham Dorothy Lenox John and Barbara Lettiere Mary McCutchan Eileen McNamara Martin Payton John and Patricia Rick Rosemary Robarto

Julius and Corinne Zodda

Friends Susan Angermeier Anonymous Anonymous John Barone Margaret Boland Joachim Braun Allen Brown Kim Bullock Msgr. William Capik Gary and Christine Dambro Peter and Francine Derr Brian and Barbra Driscoll Pat Feeney Jim and Tracey Fisher Norman and Marilyn Freeberg Wesley and Veronica Garrison Tony and Ellen Genovesi Anthony Grippo Kathleen Hanns Bob and Kathy Henry Michael and Mary Hermida Betty Hogan Richelle Jamison Georgiana Kahrs Craig Kahrs John Kilcoyne Donna Lynch

Thomas Andrako `95 Ann Toomey `72 Bugdal Micheline Cavaillier Msgr. Thomas Coffey Frank DiGuiseppi Sr. Eloise Michael Fiorello Peg Gribbin

Memorial Donations

Wroblewski Memorial

Grandparents Day at Notre Dame John Madonna David and Ruth Marsh Helene Martino Jean McGraw Karen Morris David and Linda Nadeau Van and Heather Norian Eric, Judy and Jakob Papiez Kathryn Porter Helene P’Simer Patricia Ropelatto Larry and Paula Saunders

Raymond V. Jackson Margaret Klein Joseph Malloy `61 Charles A. Palumbo Stanley & Lottie Puhalski Paul & Anne Radlinsky Louis Rotundo Maureen Shaw-Kahrs

Patricia Shaw Linda Shaw-Miele Jerry and Daisy Simonoff John and Kimberly Skolka Chun-fu Su Elizabeth Vanner Christopher Weber Lewis Welsh Doreen Wilson-Bailey Robert and Elizabeth Wisgirda

Eileen Mary Thornton `78 Carmen Armenti and Anastasia Vielgaris Michael J. Wallner `78 John Mark Wasko Susan J. Wilson

We would like to thank the many families and friends who contributed a memorial gift to Notre Dame High School in 2012-13. A gift in memory of someone you love can be a very meaningful way to contribute to Notre Dame. Memorial gifts are directed to the Annual Fund. The family may decide to designate the donations to a more specific area, for example tuition assistance, athletics or faculty development. If you would like additional information, please call the Advancement Office.


Faculty, Staff, and Administrators Giving

ND Faculty and Staff Service Day

United Way Notre Dame’s Servicelearning Program Thrives from Parent and Alumni United Way Gifts

Notre Dame High School

Notre Dame is extremely proud of its faculty, staff and administrators. Their dedication, support and commitment to our students are extraordinary. We are blessed by their efforts each day. This past year, 60 ND employees contributed $22,885 to our Annual Fund Campaign – a true testament to the belief they have in ND and its advancement initiatives. We greatly appreciate their monetary contributions. For all that they continue to do in their classrooms and beyond, we say, “thank you.” Roberta Anderson Meg Apriceno Courtney Ashe Cindy Bannon Joanna Barlow Isabel Berko Deborah Berzinski Barry Breen Ann Shelly `74 Brown Kevin Callahan Julie Campo Kathy Leszczuk `80 Clemency Christopher Collier Joseph Coppola Mary Curtis Ann-Marie Delworth Ann DeMille

Denise Gauvin-Tharney Donna Grabowski Carol Guarino Richard Gusciora Cheryl Harris Karen Henkel Mary Ann Ridorfino `63 Hoch Deborah Houghton `72 Mary Liz Fitzpatrick `72 Ivins Regina KoebeleDemaree Julie Kopchik Susan Krempasky J. Desiree Leigh Mary Ann Liptak `62 Barbara Major

Angela McConnell John McKenna Joe McLaughlin John McQuarrie David McWilliam Ken Micai Peggy Brennan `65 Miller Chappy Moore Elsie Moore Edward O’Byrne Connie O’Sullivan Edward Patton Joseph Petitto `04 George Reither Beth Repsik Brenda Riley Richard Roche

William Romano William Rowland Judy Rynkewicz Gregory Schafer `03 Catherine Sewnig Rose Fitzpatrick `75 Stevenson Bonnie Clawson `96 Tormey Jim Treacy Melanie Piekielniak `72 Tysowski Marilyn Ward Robert Wood Peggy Calamia `75 Wroblewski Joanne Yavarone

You can direct your United Way gift to Notre Dame through our designation as: Trenton Community Outreach and Services of Notre Dame High School. All gifts will benefit our nationally recognized service-learning program. Anonymous - GE Giving Campaign Jorge and Monica Campelo Julius and Marybeth Janis `85 Consiglio Tom and Tina DeVito Matthew and Elizabeth Garry Mark and Maureen Gerber Robert `79 and Beth Schultze `81 Greiss Rogelio and Sandra Griffiths Dennis and Maureen Kinnevy Carol Krupa Daniel and Domenica Letinski

Amanda Marquis `01 Thomas Miller `86 Karen Morris Dennis and Theresa Nugent Marcia Krisanda `77 Paulaski William `73 and Denise Ranke Elizabeth Riney `00 Smith Michael and Kim Spickofsky James and Maureen Tuohy

United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern NJ United Way of Hunterdon County United Way of Monmouth County United Way of New York City United Way of Southeastern PA United Way Truist

United Way of Camden County United Way of Central Jersey United Way of Greater Mercer County

AT&T Foundation Bank of America Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation

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Matching Gift Opportunities

Significantly increase the value of your annual gift to Notre Dame with a matching gift. Thousands of companies and corporations will match gifts to secondary schools. If your (or your spouse’s) employer participates in a matching gift program, please include the matching gift form with your annual contribution. Your matching gift will double or, in some cases, triple your contribution to ND. Please contact your HR Department or The ND Advancement Office for more information. Top Five Matching Gift Companies to Notre Dame in 2012-2013 1. Assured Guaranty Corporation 2. Automatic Data Processing, Inc. 3. Wells Fargo Foundation 4. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation 5. Bank of America Foundation

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES LISTING (Gifts posted between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013) AEGIS Foundation Aetna Foundation, Inc. Assured Guaranty Corporation Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Bank of America Foundation Barclays Educational Gift Matching Program BlackRock Matching Gift Program Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Capital One Services, Inc. Colgate-Palmolive Company Disney Employee Matching Gifts GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Grainger Matching Charitable Gifts Program Horizon Foundation for New Jersey LPL Financial Medtronic Foundation

Merck Partnership for Giving Mondelez International Foundation Morgan Stanley New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company New York Life Foundation NJM Insurance Co. Prudential Foundation PSE&G Foundation Schneider Electric SIG International GP Soros Fund Charitable Foundation Matching Gifts Program Tyco VMware Employee Matching Gift Program Wells Fargo Foundation


Foundations and Sponsors and Gifts of Involvement

Notre Dame Sponsors Adornetti Family Allstate NJ Insurance Co., Susan Gilmer-Layton Barth Family Baseline Service, LLC Bauer Electric, Inc. Body by Mule’ Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Campbell Family Foundation Commercial Cleaners Compass Group USA DanMor Mechanical, Inc. DeLong Service Co. DeVito Family Dowd Family First Choice Bank Fisher Capital Corp., LLC Florio Family Flynn & O’Hara Uniform Company, Inc.

Fox Rothschild, LLC Goeke Graphics GoodSearch Gowen Family Griffith Family Hamilton Honda Harold Kramer Foundation Holliday Family Horvath Family J. Lestician Warehouse JoJo’s Tavern Longford Landscape, Inc. Mercer Management and Development, Inc. Mercer Oaks Catering MOVAD, Joan McCloskey Murphy Scholarship Foundation Novozinsky Family Palazzo Interiors

Peter J. Russo Agency Prudential Foundation Prudential Fox & Roach Realty Princeton, Donna Murray Rue Foundation S&H Abstract Co., Colleen Herbert Siegel Family Stimulus Brand Communications, LLC Studer Family Target Toomey Family Tuition Management Systems V.J. Scozzari & Sons, Inc. Visalli Family Wade Ray Construction, Inc.

For all you do… THANK YOU! The Gift of Involvement We have many members of the ND community who give through the gift of involvement. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of them for the countless hours spent in volunteer work for our school. They include but are not limited to: Alumni Hall of Fame Committee Members Alumni Leadership Council Members Athletic Hall of Fame Committee Members Board of Governors and Committee Members Friends of Irish Sports Boosters Notre Dame High School

ND Auction Committee Members Parent Ambassadors PAPA Members PTA Members Post Prom Committee Members

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Annual Fund Campaign 2013-14

Giving Opportunities The President’s Club

Additional Giving Levels

Legacy Guild

Shamrock Society

$10,000 and up

$500 to $999

Mercy Circle

Our Lady’s Society

$5,000 to $9,999

$250 to $499

Celtic Circle

Spirit Circle

$2,500 to $4,999

$100 to $249

Blue & White Society

Friend’s Alliance

$1,000 to $2,499

Gifts up to $99

Young Alumni $250 and up

Join the President’s Club for 2013-2014 The President’s Club comprises members of the Notre Dame High School community who support the Annual Fund Campaign with leadership gifts at a minimum level of $1,000. Last year, President’s Club members accounted for 70% of all dollars contributed to the Annual Fund. The belief of these individuals and organizations is that by contributing at this generous amount, they are advancing the mission of Notre Dame in a significant way by making a faith-filled investment in the high school experience of our 1,300 students. The Annual Fund provides critical funding towards all areas of school life including tuition assistance, technology enhancements and expansions, facility improvements, new academic and co-curricular programs, faculty and staff development, athletic programs as well as fine and performing arts. President’s Club members will receive an exclusive Vineyard Vines custom-made silk tie or canvas wine tote, embellished with our Notre Dame logos. These items are limited to President’s Club members only. Membership will also include invitations to special events and member gatherings. For more information visit www.ndnj.org, or contact Jennifer Antinoro, Director of Annual Giving, at (609) 882-7900 x176 or Antinoro@ndnj.org.


Annual Fund Campaign

Ways to Give to ND: n Cash, Check, or Credit Card to the Annual Fund Campaign

n Make a planned gift through the 1957 Society

n Make a gift over time (monthly, quarterly, etc.)

n Designate a memorial gift in honor or memory of a friend or loved one

n Take advantage of Matching Gifts to benefit ND n Gift of Stock & Securities

n Major Gift Opportunity n Giving through the United Way or the Diocese of Trenton

For more information on ways you can give to ND, please contact Kevin Callahan, Vice President for Advancement, at (609) 882-7900 x164 or callahan@ndnj.org.

The Notre Dame High School 1957 Society was established to recognize our friends who in the past have included Notre Dame in their estate plans or wills. This planned giving society will have many valuable options for the donor and NDHS. Donors may make “the gift of a lifetime,” while at the same time gain significant tax advantages. Choices available include: bequest by will (making a perpetual gift to ND), designating Notre Dame as a full or partial beneficiary of a life insurance policy or retirement plan, or establishing a charitable remainder trust, which allows immediate tax savings to the donor. Leaving a legacy for the students of tomorrow gives you the ability to play a significant role in the development of their high school years at ND. Your tax consultant, financial advisor, or attorney can give you more detailed information about developing an estate plan or determine the planned giving option that best fits your needs. Thank you for considering “making the gift of a lifetime.”

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School Leadership

Communications and Marketing

Board Committees Finance Committee

Brenda Riley Director of Communications & Marketing Judy Rynkewicz Assistant Director of Communications & Marketing

Tom Griffith `81, Chair Tom Battaglia Margaret Boland Barry Edward Breen Donna Grabowski John Harrison Sam Kenworthy `94 Eileen Moran Dan O’Donnell `80 Brian O’Leary John Tattory `82

Admissions Administration Barry Edward Breen President Mary Liz Fitzpatrick ’72 Ivins Principal Donna Grabowski Vice President of Finance and Operations Kevin R. Callahan Vice President for Advancement Joan Pilkington Assistant Principal for Student Life Joanna Barlow Assistant Principal for Curriculum and Instruction Father J.C. Garrett Chaplain Richard Roche Director of Athletics

Advancement Kathleen Leszczuk ’80 Clemency Director of Alumni Relations and Events Jennifer Antinoro Director of Annual Giving Meghan Apriceno Assistant Director, Advancement and Research Debbie Chiarello Advancement Assistant

Peggy Brennan ’65 Miller Director of Enrollment Management Joseph Petitto ’04 Assistant Director of Enrollment Management

Guidance

Gregory Tornquist

Marketing Committee

Brian O’Reilly ‘85, Chair Meghan Apriceno Barry Edward Breen Board of Governors Ryan Chamberlain ‘02 Barry Edward Breen, President Sister Karina Haywood Margaret Boland Stephan Henig James Dobrowolski Richard Lyons Tony Genovesi Lisa Manyoky Donna Grabowski Tom McManimon ‘77 Thomas Griffith ‘81 Maribeth McEwan `61 Hardiman Peggy Brennan `65 Miller Brenda Riley Sister Karina Haywood Lynn Rupprecht Mary Liz Fitzpatrick ‘72 Ivins Kelly Stewart ‘84 Leo Keoghan Christine Fares Walley Julie Kopchik Donna McInerney ‘77 Facilities Committee Thomas O’Brien Tony Genovesi, Chair Daniel O’Donnell ‘80 Barry Edward Breen Brian O’Leary Ryan Brown ‘99 Brian O’Reilly ‘85 John Cifelli ‘82 Michael Saporito Craig Coffey ‘86 James Dobrowolski Meghan Drago Kevin Fischer Sue McCullion Director of Guidance

Donna Lewis Paul Maloney Gerry McGuire William Perna ‘80 Gregory Scozzari Caryn Wohn

Advancement Committee Michael Saporito, Chair Jennifer Antinoro Jasmin Barry Darletta Berry-Johnson Barry Edward Breen Kevin R. Callahan Lori Danko Christopher Dowd Nancy Grinius-Cannuli Colleen Herbert Matthew Letinski ‘06 Donna Murray Marge Vernon David Visalli

Strategic Planning Committee Donna Dovgala `77 McInerney, Chair Cindy Bannon Barry Edward Breen Craig Coffey ‘86 Harold Fink Maribeth McEwan `61 Hardiman Mary Liz Fitzpatrick `72 Ivins Thomas Murray Marie Phillips Joseph Suter

Technology Committee Leo Keoghan, Chair Mark Andrew Joanna Barlow Michael Barton Donald Bauch Barry Edward Breen John Caccavale Michael Case Janine Scimeca `84 Corgan Mary Curtis Joseph Ferlisi Mary Ellen Ferrara Richard Ferrara William Hnatiuk Mary Liz Fitzpatrick ‘72 Ivins George Reither Brenda Riley Jack Sellers

Personnel Committee Barry Breen Sharon Clarke Valerie Corace Donna Grabowski Amy King `89 Hardiman Winston Kirton Julie Kopchik Michelle Micharski Joseph Shiarappa ‘87 Bonnie Clawson `96 Tormey

This 2012-2013 Annual Report lists gifts received between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. If you made a gift to Notre Dame during this fiscal period and your name is missing, listed incorrectly, or misspelled, please accept our sincerest apologies and notify us to ensure that our records are corrected. Please call the Advancement Office at (609) 882-7900, ext. 176.


IMPACT

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Our Mission Notre Dame High School,

a ministry of the Catholic Diocese of Trenton, is a dynamic Catholic community dedicated to educating young women and men to realize their full potential through a faith-filled environment, a challenging college-preparatory program, extensive co-curricular activities and a commitment to citizenship and service in the community.

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Event Dates to Remember 21st Annual ND Signature Auction Event “Puttin’ on the Ritz” Saturday, November 2, 2013

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Nonprofit Org US Postage PAID Bensalem, PA Permit #63

“Not Your Reunion – Reunion” Homecoming Football Game Friday, November 29, 2013 Polar Plunge for Catholic Education Sunday, January 12, 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday, April 12, 2014 Alumni Memorial Mass Notre Dame Day Sunday, May 18, 2014 27th Annual ND Golf Classic Monday, June 2, 2014 Baccalaureate Mass Golden Irish Mass & Reception Saturday, June 7, 2014 Graduation Golden Irish Honor Guard Sunday, June 8, 2014

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