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THE CARDINAL, SUMMER 2016 Published for the Calvert Hall Community Comments can be submitted to communications@calverthall.com. This publication has been prepared and edited by the Office of Advancement CALVERT HALL COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL

8102 La Salle Road Baltimore, MD 21286-8022 TELEPHONE: 410-825-4266

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FAX: 410-821-2401 EMAIL: communications@calverthall.com WEBSITE: www.calverthall.com PRESIDENT: Brother John Kane FSC, Ed.D. PRINCIPAL: Charles Stembler ’83 CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT:

Joseph Baker ’76 ADVANCEMENT TEAM:

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Art Casserly ’66, Advancement Associate Geoff Foltyn ’00, Advancement Associate Julie Gleeson, Alumni Association Doug Heidrick ’89, Advancement Associate Meaghan Knapp, Advancement Associate & Executive Assistant to the President Nichole Regulski, Advancement Associate Diana Wellein, Database Administrator DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING: Danielle Werner DESIGN: Stephanie Coustenis | Graphic Design PHOTOGRAPHY: Galeone Photographers

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OUR MISSION Calvert Hall College, a Catholic and Lasallian college preparatory school, provides a diverse community of young men with a broad and balanced human and Christian education through excellent academic and extracurricular programs that promote leadership, achievement, and service within the church and community. Calvert Hall College admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origins to all rights and privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of our educational and admissions policies, scholarship programs, and athletic, and other school-administered programs. Alumni news or information submitted by alumni of Calvert Hall College High School exists for the purpose of alumni-to-alumni communication. Publication does not signify endorsement by Calvert Hall or its sponsoring bodies. Calvert Hall is an independent, Catholic school for boys which upholds the teachings of the Catholic Church.


FROM THE PRESIDENT

Dear Alumni, Family, Parents, and Friends,

At its heart, Calvert Hall continues to be committed to the original Lasallian Mission of providing an excellent education based on the core values of faith, service, and community. We continue to attract a diverse student population who seek a college preparatory education. We are grateful to so many of our alumni and friends who support us. This year we had our first ever La Salle Day of Giving, an “All Day Hall Day,” celebrating the tradition and legacy of The Hall. It was a great success raising over $90,000. Our students benefit greatly from the support of our benefactors. Your continued support is critical to providing a Hall education for future generations of young men.

Calvert Hall is a special place that provides opportunities for so many young men from all walks of life. We have so much to be proud of and to celebrate. Humility is a wonderful virtue, but it is also important to share our wonderful story. Share it boldly and proudly with all you meet! Thank you for all you do to support The Hall. I wish you and your family a wonderful summer. Live Jesus in our Hearts ... Forever! Sincerely,

Brother John Kane FSC, Ed.D.

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It has been a good year at The Hall. Students continued to perform well in AP testing and our seniors have been awarded significant academic scholarships to college. Our athletic teams were successful and our activities continue to thrive. Calvert Hall Fine Arts continues to be the best in the Baltimore area. Continuing to respond to our students’ interests, we brought back speech and debate this year and have added crew (rowing) as a new club sport. One of our constant statements to prospective students is “There is something for everyone” at Calvert Hall. This is clearly reflected in the number and variety of student activities and athletics.

We believe Calvert Hall is excellent in many ways, but we recognize the need to continue to grow and become even better. Standing still is never an option. To this end, the Board of Trustees has launched a strategic planning initiative that will consider all facets of Calvert Hall and our community. We will be seeking input from all of our constituents as the planning process gears up in the fall. Together we can develop a vision for the future that moves Calvert Hall to even greater heights.

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n June 4, we said goodbye to the Class of 2016 and wished them well as they move on to college. We are proud of their accomplishments and look forward to their continued success in some of the country’s most prestigious colleges and universities. At the same time, we prepare to welcome over 300 members of the Class of 2020. Early indications are that this will be an exceptional class in every way.


LA SALLE GIVING DAY

24 HOURS BY THE NUMBERS Dollars raised:

$90,125

Views of videos posted to Calvert Hall’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts:

12,213

Donors who supported The Hall:

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Livestreams views:

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n Friday, May 13, 2016, Calvert Hall celebrated La Salle Giving Day (All Day Hall Day) honoring the founder of the Christian Brothers, St. John Baptist de La Salle. The day was packed with 24 hours of events including the ‘Legends of The Hall’ livestream talk show, CHC community breakfast, an exercise class, a student soccer tournament, a business networking lunch, and three hours of family fun in the gym. The overwhelming support and success can only be attributed to the love and commitment of alumni, parents, teachers, and friends of The Hall.


“I LOVED EVERY MINUTE BEING AT THE HALL, AND I SEE MY SON EVAN SHARING THE SAME EXPERIENCE. I WANT MY GRANDSONS TO HAVE THE SAME OPPORTUNITY.” —CATHY RITZES, CURRENT PARENT

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“CHC WAS A CRUCIAL PART OF MY EDUCATION AND EARLY LIFE LEARNING MOMENTS. THE HALL HAS TOUCHED SO MANY LIVES IN SUCH A POSITIVE AND INFLUENTIAL MANNER THAT I HOPE IN MY LITTLE PART TO KEEP THE TRADITION MOVING FORWARD.” —WILLIAM WELLEIN ’05

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“I’M SUPPORTING CALVERT HALL FOR THE IMPORTANT EDUCATION AND VALUES THEY INSTILL IN YOUNG MEN TO PREPARE THEM FOR SUCCESS AND MEANINGFUL LIVES.” —CONSTANCE KOZAK, PAST PARENT/GRANDPARENT


FAREWELL CLASS OF 2016

Pomp and Circumstance

The 171st Calvert Hall College High School Commencement took place at Cathedral of Mary Our Queen on Saturday, June 4, 2016. 284 graduates Grant Epple, Valedictorian Andrew Brannon, Salutatorian Bishop Denis J. Madden, Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore, Principal Celebrant and Homilist Michael Ehart, Calvert Hall Honor Cup recipient (student with the highest weighted average for four years) 57 graduates named to honor roll each semester for four years $26.9 million in scholarships offered to 139 graduates Class of 2016 undergraduates admitted to 1,059 colleges/ universities 3 graduates admitted into service academies 40 graduates will be attending these Catholic schools: ``Bellarmine University ``Boston College

``Catholic University ``Iona College ``La Salle University ``Loyola University Maryland ``Loyola University New Orleans ``Manhattan College ``Marquette University ``Mercyhurst University ``Mount St. Mary’s University ``University of Notre Dame ``Regis University ``Saint Joseph’s University ``Villanova University ``Xavier University of Louisiana 10 or more graduates will be attending these top-ranked national and regional schools listed in the 2016 edition of U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges: ``La Salle University ``Pennsylvania State University ``Salisbury University ``Towson University ``University of Maryland, College Park ``University of Maryland, Baltimore County

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Forty-two graduates and their alumni fathers posed for the annual ‘Dads & Grads’ photo.

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Graduates were admitted to these selective schools which admit less than 30 percent of applicants: ``Bucknell University ``Carnegie Mellon University ``College of the Holy Cross ``College of William and Mary ``Emerson College ``Franklin and Marshall College ``George Washington College ``Gettysburg University ``Harvard University ``Johns Hopkins University ``Kenyon College ``Northwestern University ``Pennsylvania State University ``Princeton University ``Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ``Rhode Island School of Design ``Stanford University ``Trinity College ``United States Air Force Academy ``United States Coast Guard Academy ``United States Military Academy ``University of California, Berkeley ``University of California, Los Angeles ``University of Miami ``University of Notre Dame ``University of Pennsylvania ``University of Virginia ``Wake Forest University ``Washington & Jefferson University ``Washington University in St. Louis ``Yale University


WELCOME CLASS OF 2020

Introducing the

CLASS OF 2020 Who are they?

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211 come from Baltimore County 40 come from Harford County 39 come from Baltimore City 15 come from Carroll County 13 come from Howard County 6 come from Anne Arundel County 1 comes from Frederick County 1 comes from Pennsylvania 1 comes from Texas

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Where did they place in math?

0.8 miles from Towson, MD is the closest commute

23 will study French 15 will study German 6 will study Chinese 65 will study Latin 218will study Spanish

What foreign language will they study?

48.9 miles from Davidsonville, MD is the furthest in-state commute

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238 placed into Algebra I 54 placed into Geometry 32 placed into Algebra II 3 placed into Pre-Calculus

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Where do they come from?

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The class has 327 members who live in 72 different zip codes and attended 93 different middle schools. There are 87 with fathers who are CHC graduates and 33 have brothers who are current Hallmen.


SOCIAL MEDIA

Be sure to follow Brother John Kane FSC, Chuck Stembler ’83, Joe Baker ’76, and Calvert Hall for the latest happenings @ The Hall.

BROTHER JOHN KANE FSC

 @ kanechcards  @ kanechcards CHUCK STEMBLER

 @ principalchc  @ ChuckStembler JOE BAKER

 @ joebaker76  @ joebaker76 CALVERT HALL

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 @ calverthall  @ calverthallcollege  facebook.com/calverthall

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Social Media @ The Hall


RECOGNIZE AND SALUTE

Announcements and Special Recognition NEW ACADEMIC SUPPORT PROGRAM

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harles Stembler ’83, Principal, has unveiled a new academic support program which will be offered beginning with the 2016– 2017 school year. All students are eligible; however, it is specifically designed for students who are looking for growth in the areas of organizational skills, time management, and study strategies.

and success in high school, college, and beyond.

A student in this program may have a diagnosed learning difference such as ADHD, Executive Function Disorder, or may simply want additional instruction to improve his skills. The purpose is to help students increase their independence

Mrs. Jennifer Healy, Director of the LaSalle Program, will oversee this new support program.

This in-house service will enable participants to receive a more cost effective and time efficient academic coaching opportunity. Parents will have a point of contact within the school who is familiar with the CHC curriculum and course demands.

HONORING FAMILY

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n Wednesday, June 1, 2016 the Social Studies Office was dedicated in honor of The Nattans Family and in recognition of the support of Colonel Joe Nattans, Sr. to the Answer The Call Capital Campaign. The office plaque honors Col. Joe Nattans, Sr. ’60, Joe Nattans, Jr. ’83, Jeffrey Nattans ’85, John Nattans ’86, and Spencer Nattans ’19.

THE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

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alvert Hall wants to build leaders of the future! Beginning the 2016–2017 academic year, CHC will launch a new initiative — The Leadership Institute at Calvert Hall. The Institute is open to all rising

sophomores and juniors. Students will be asked to attend leadership seminars, participate in two clubs or sports, attend the leadership dinner speaker series, enroll in leadership classes, and complete a leadership

practicum during their time in the program. Students completing the Leadership Institute will receive recognition at graduation and their participation will be noted on their transcripts.

YEARS OF DEDICATION, SERVICE, AND COMMITMENT

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(51 years, 21 at The Hall), Mr. Michael Thomas (39 years), and Dr. Edward Patro (35 years) each taught

their last class at The Hall. We thank them for their dedication, service, and commitment. Summer 2016

hree long-serving members of the Calvert Hall teaching staff retired in June. Br. Bill Fealy FSC

Br. Bill Fealy FSC

Dr. Edward Patro

Mr. Michael Thomas

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Advancement News

DR. THOMAS SMYTH, SR. '77 SELECTED AS BOARD CHAIRMAN

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he Calvert Hall College High School Board of Trustees in consultation with The District of Eastern North America Brothers of the Christian Schools have selected Dr. Thomas Smyth, Sr. ’77 to serve as the Chairman of the Board effective July 1, 2016.

Dr. Smyth, Class of 1977, replaces Mr. Frank Bramble, Sr., Class of 1966, whose term as Chairman has concluded. “It’s been my honor to serve as Board Chair, and I thank Brother John and my fellow trustees for their outstanding service. Tom Smyth cares deeply about Calvert Hall. He has had a tremendous positive impact on our young men and our faculty. He will be an outstanding Chair who will lead our Board to new levels of excellence,” says Bramble.

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Brother John Kane FSC, President of Calvert Hall College High School commented, “We have been blessed at Calvert Hall to have had Frank Bramble serve as our Board Chair and previously as President. Frank’s leadership and passion for Calvert Hall are quite evident. He will be missed, but we know he will stay connected. At the same time, we are excited to have Dr. Smyth step into this leadership position. He has been an active member of the Board recently serving as Vice Chair. Frank and Tom are wonderful examples of Lasallian men who give so

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#BEACHCARDS

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alvert Hall has infiltrated Ocean City, Maryland! If you are headed to the beach this summer, make sure to take a photo of the CHC bus on Coastal Highway or the CHC tram on the Boardwalk. Post your photo to Twitter or Instagram using #BeachCards. A monthly winner will be selected for June, July, and August to receive CHC swag.

much back to The Hall and the Community. We wish Frank the best of luck and proudly welcome Tom as Board Chair.” Dr. Smyth has been a board member since 2011. He has served as the Chair of the Advancement Committee and was the co-chair of Calvert Hall’s Answer the Call Capital Campaign. He was inducted into Calvert Hall’s Alumni Hall of Fame in 2013. He voiced, “It will be an honor to serve Calvert Hall in this capacity. I am excited to lead a remarkable group of Trustees, an innovative team of high quality administrative leaders and a talented and dedicated faculty. The Hall captures everything that is great about Baltimore: providing a Catholic, faith-based environment in which a great melting pot of young men of diverse academic, artistic, athletic and socioeconomic backgrounds are forged into alumni who are prepared to lead remarkably productive lives of service and innovation on a local, regional, national and even international level. I am lucky and blessed to have the opportunity to help preserve and enhance the Cardinal legacy. Go Hall!" In May 2016, Dr. Smyth was named President and Chief Executive Officer of the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. Additionally, John Johnson ’81, R. Michael Gill ’68, G. Brian Kroneberger ’85, and Dr. Elizabeth Legenhausen will be stepping down from their positions on the board. We are grateful for their input and dedication during their terms.


ADVANCEMENT NEWS

MEET THE NEWEST HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

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alvert Hall College High School and President, Brother John Kane FSC, Ed.D., announced in March six inductees for the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame. “Established in 1981, the Calvert Hall Alumni Hall of Fame recognizes graduates who represent the ideals and mission of Calvert Hall,” said Joseph Baker ’76, Chief Administrative Officer. “Hall

of Fame members are leaders in their professions and provide service to their communities. They represent a wide-range of professions including philanthropists, doctors, clergy, coaches, bankers, teachers, lawyers, judges, entrepreneurs, and military commanders. Our newest members will bring the number of members in the Alumni Hall of Fame to 73.”

They will be formally inducted on March 25, 2017, at Calvert Hall’s Gala 2017 “Opportunity,” held at Towson University’s SECU Arena. Pictured above, from left to right: Carroll J. Fitzgerald ’53, Col. A. Joseph Nattans ’60, Stephen S. Duklewski, Jr. ’63, R. Michael Gill ’68, Michael O. Brooks ’79, and Joseph P. Landy ’79.

CARDINALS’ REGIONAL NESTS NOW FORMING

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he Northern Texas Alumni Group, the first regional Cardinals’ Nest, met in March with Brother John Kane FSC and Joe Baker ’76. The group meets quarterly for social gatherings and networking. Br. John Kane FSC, Joe Baker ’76, and Doug Heidrick ’89 traveled to Florida in March to meet with

alumni in The Villages, Orlando, Sarasota, and Naples. More than sixty alumni attended Calvert Hall events including a pre-season Orioles game. Calvert Hall alumni truly are everywhere! To start a Cardinals’ Nest in your hometown, please contact Doug Heidrick ’89 at HeidrickD@ CalvertHall.com.

Attending a pre-season Orioles game in Sarasota, Florida.

FOURTH ANNUAL RED “C” CHALLENGE

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he Red C Challenge competition offered by the Career Foundation Committee of the Calvert Hall Alumni Business Circle offers CHC students the opportunity to form teams, create a concept or product based on a given objective and task.

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This year’s first, second, and third place teams were separated by a mere point. The winning team was comprised of Tim Foley ’16, Kyle McDonell ’16, Gabe Ortis ’16, and Teddy Strozyk ’16. The second place team consisted of last year’s winners:

The McDonell Consulting & Development — Sandler Training Award recognized a rising star who shined in the competition. This year’s award was presented to Matt Minogue ’19. The Distinguished Senior Star Award was awarded to Gabe Ortis ’16. Lastly, the Red “C” Challenge Special Recognition Award was given to Steve Zhu ’17.

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This year’s judging panel consisted of Rick Lobo ’92, Ed Mullin ’83, Rich Scheper ’87, Chris McDonell (’16 parent), and Doug Dalrymple (’20 parent). Each team was also assigned a mentor to assist in the challenge. The mentors were Br. John Kane FSC, Chris Ensey ’97, Andrew Droney ’89, Ray Palmer ’79, and Kevin Cashen ’79.

Ian Elliott ’16, Yanni Kevas ’16, Paul Phan ’16, and Nick Randolph ’16. Third place team members were Collin Danz ’16, Mike Foley ’16, Peter Niehaus ’16, and Daniel Stewart ’16.


Crew Makes Seamless Splash as the Newest CHC Club

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School News

oaches Jack Rosenthal ’09 and MJ Rosenthal started the club Crew Team this year. Thirteen students joined the team, and in May, the Crew Team participated in its first club regatta.

Robotics Wins Maryland State Title: Ranked Top 10 Percent in the World

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Rising Senior Wins Big at Baltimore Science Fair

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rant Johnson ’17 won three awards at the Baltimore Science Fair for his research project, The Benefits of Mineral Oil Cooling Computers. He won The YSEA Award (an award given by Yale University for their favorite project in the show), The INCOSE Award (The International Systems Engineering Award), and an award from Raytheon (a defense contracting company).

Member of Speech and Debate Team Competes at Nationals

n March, our CHC robotics teams competed at the Maryland State Championships at Stevenson University. Teams 5588c and 5588e created an alliance that helped them place first in Maryland and secured their place at the World Championships held in April in Kentucky. Team 5588c also won the sportsmanship award. Out of 7,000 Vex Robotics teams in the world, CHC earned top 10% rankings.

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athan Valencia ’19 spent his Memorial Day Weekend competing at the National Catholic Forensic League Speech and Debate Tournament in Sacramento, California. Nathan advanced to the Top 48 in Declamation. The national tournament featured over 5,000 forensics competitors, judges, coaches, and parents from across the country.


SCHOOL NEWS

Superior Ratings for Two CHC Students

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yles Griffith ’18 and Christopher Hennighausen ’18 each received “Superior” ratings for their respective performances at the 2016 Maryland State Solo and Ensemble Festival held at Towson University in May.

Campus Ministry Immersion Trips

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HC students travelled to Browning, Montana (January), New Orleans, Louisiana (March), Homestead, Florida (March), and St. Marc, Haiti (March). During each trip, students participated in service projects such as working with local Lasallian schools, helping to feed the homeless, and assisting in community clean-ups. Visit www.CalvertHall. com/Immersion to read student blogs and view photos of the trips.

Award Winning Essay Writing

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Johns Hopkins Children’s Center RadioThon

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HC partnered with Mix 106.5 and the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center 27th Annual RadioThon in February. Students volunteered to answer the Calvert Hall Miracle Line and raise money for the Children’s Center. The two day event raised more than $1.1 million.

Zeal Week 2016 ur annual Zeal Week provides an opportunity for the entire Calvert Hall community to come together and demonstrate school spirit. Each grade earned points in individual and class competitions. Students participated in events such as Sport Support, Class Color Dress Down Day, and the Pie Eating Contest. The Penny Wars school-wide event raised more than $1,200 for the De La Salle Blackfeet School in Montana. The last day of Zeal Week consisted of a variety of events including Art Attack, Tug of War, a Mini Calvert Hall Combine, Solo-Instrument Off, 3-Point Contest, and Dodgeball. The Class of 2017 was named this year’s Zeal Week Champion.

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imothy Dragonette ’17 was honored by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America for his essay explaining the relevancy of the Virginia Declaration of Rights. For his efforts, Tim was invited to attend a week of citizenship education this summer in Washington, DC along with other essay winners.


Class of 2016 Disney Dreamers Program Selects CHC Student

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eremiah Pearl ’17 was accepted as a member of the prestigious Class of 2016 Disney Dreamers Program. The Dreamers Academy encourages young people with demonstrated creativity and eagerness to pursue their dreams along the pathway to success.

Sophomore Tie-In Night — Newest Calvert Hall Tradition

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his new tradition for sophomores and their families explains the five Principles of LaSallian Education. Sophomores were presented with a class tie symbolizing the CHC Brotherhood at the end of the ceremony.

Quinn ’17 Takes to the Water

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he U.S. Coast Guard Academy AIM (Academy Introduction Mission) has selected Joshua Quinn ’17 to participate in its six day training camp taking place in July. Additionally, Quinn qualified for the 2016 US Rowing Youth National Championships. Quinn participated in the doubles competition representing the Baltimore Rowing Club.

Eagle Scout Completes Project at The Hall

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ared Pinder ’17 recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout. His Eagle Scout project now shines lighting onto the flagpole in Russo Stadium.

McMullen Cultural Experiences

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embers of The McMullen Scholars Program visited the Johns Hopkins Archaeological Museum in May to listen to fellow McMullen Scholar, Michael Tritsch ’16, explain how he helped discover the historical origins of an ancient Egyptian artifact dating back to Pharaoh Tutankhamun. Additional experiences included trips to the National Cryptologic Museum and to New York City to visit Columbia University.

Fogg ’17 named U.S. Army All-A merican Bowl Finalist

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yshon Fogg ’17 was named as a finalist to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, the nation’s premier high school All-American game. Currently played the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, the game brings together 90 of the nation’s top high school football players in an East versus West matchup.


SCHOOL NEWS

Resounding Success for Spring Theatre Performances

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he Calvert Hall Theatre Department performed West Side Story and Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon this past spring. Brothers Grimm was the first CHC outdoor performance as it was performed in the Noppinger Commons Garden. The next Spring musical will be Les Miserables.

Archdiocese of Baltimore Honors Three CHC Students

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ustin Bucci ’16, Michael Ehart ’16, and Yanni Kevas ’16 were honored at the Archdiocesan Distinctive Scholars Recognition Ceremony for their hard work and dedication in the classroom.

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t’s a trifecta for our Calvert Hall Academic Team! The team won this year’s Catholic League Academic Championship playing against ten other area Catholic schools. CHC went undefeated with a record of 10–0 this year to claim its third title in as many years.

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n April 11, the Brother Tom Miller Honors Program students attended the Hanway Lecture in Global Studies at Loyola University. The lecture focused on how to be better global citizens and work to make the world a better place. In May, students participated in a dinner and presentation by legendary sports agent and attorney, Ron Shapiro. Mr. Shapiro’s remarks focused on negotiation and leadership.

Academic Team 3-Peats

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Speaker Series: Brother Tom Miller Honors Program


MIAA All-Conference Teams

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ifteen student-athletes were named to their respective MIAA All-Conference teams. Teams were selected by member MIAA coaches.

BASEBALL

``Ian Elliott ’16 ``Garrett Matheny ’17 ``Trevor Sprinkle ’16 BASKETBALL

``Brendan Adams ’18 ICE HOCKEY

``Mitchell Bozhko ’18 ``Ryan Camille ’17

``Brennan O’Brien ’17 ``Patrick Regan* ’16

``Colin Stiller ’16

LACROSSE

``Zach Potter ’16

``J. T. Buglioso ’17 GOLF

``Ryan Camille ’17 RUGBY

``James Pessagno ’16 ``Joe Scott ’16

SWIMMING TENNIS

``Vasko Nechev ’16 TRACK & FIELD

``Mike Sawyer ’17 *Also named 2nd Team All MAPHL

All-Metro All-Stars

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he Baltimore Sun named JT Bugliosi ’17 to their All-Metro Boy’s Lacrosse First Team. Joe McSorley ’16 and Jacob Kelly ’18 were honored as members of the All-Metro Boy’s Lacrosse Second Team. Additionally, Trevor Sprinkle ’16 was named to the All-Metro Baseball Second Team.

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Watch CHC Athletics Live!

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ow you can catch the game on your computer, tablet, or phone. This past year, CHC students served as cameramen and color commentators for Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Lacrosse, providing the play-by-play and CHC updates. Sponsorship packages are available for each season as well as the school year. For more information, contact Joe Baker ’76 at BakerJ@CalvertHall.com.


ATHLETICS NEWS

he Calvert Hall Lacrosse Team is featured on the cover of the Spring/Summer 2017 Under Armour Team Sales Magazine. UA has been quoted as saying, “Calvert Hall is a great representation of our Brand.”

Summer Upgrades

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usso Stadium track was resurfaced during the spring and summer. The project began May 23, 2016, and was completed in June. Floors in the Auxiliary Gymnasium and Alumni Memorial Gymnasium will be refinished during summer break. The Aux Gym floor refinishing began during Underclassmen Exams and the Alumni Memorial Gym will begin end of July.

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oach Bauersfeld was named the O. Ray Mullis Co-Coach of the Year by the Baltimore Catholic League (BCL) along with Mount St Joseph’s head coach. Brendan Adams ’18 was named to the BCL Second Team and Malik Morris ’16 was honored with the Dave Kropfelder “Never, Never Quit” award.

CHC Student-Athletes Ink NLIs

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ineteen student-athletes committed to playing in the collegiate ranks during CHC’s February 3 and April 13 Winter and Spring Athletic Recognition Ceremonies. BASEBALL

``Zachary Glover, McDaniel College ``Timothy Prenger, St. Mary’s College of Maryland ``Dariel Torres, Miami-Dade College ``Bradley Weber, Frostburg State University BASKETBALL

``Austin Griffiths, Hood College CROSS COUNTRY, INDOOR AND OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD

``Dan Janyska, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania FOOTBALL

``Nijuel Hill, University of Delaware ``Ben Hoffner, The United States Air Force Academy

``Morgan Scroggins, Towson University ``Jeremiah Turner, Lincoln University SOCCER

``Ayomide Adenegan, Arcadia University ``Sam Loeffler, Elon University ``Jeff Schaefer, Gettysburg College SWIMMING

``Zachary Metzler, Loyola University ``Zachary Potter, University of Tampa VOLLEYBALL

``Nate Bosse, Stevenson University WATER POLO

``Jeffrey Brady, La Salle University

2016 Spring Break Trips

CHC Wins Four Titles

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hree teams captured MIAA titles while one claimed a BCL title. The Junior Varsity Ice Hockey Team, Varsity Ice Hockey Team, and Junior Varsity Track and Field Team reigned supreme this past winter and spring. The Freshman Sophomore Basketball Team won the BCL title this past winter.

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HC teams traveled to Florida for Spring Break where they played some of the nation’s elite programs. Baseball played Archbishop McCarthy, Bishop Moore, Bishop Verot, and Belen Jesuit. Rugby played Cardinal Gibbons and St. Thomas Aquinas, then visited the University of Miami and completed community service in Fort Lauderdale. Lacrosse traveled to North Carolina where they played Lake Norman, Ravenscroft, and St. John’s of Texas.

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John Bauersfeld ’94 Named Baltimore Catholic League Co-Coach of the Year

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Under Armour Features Calvert Hall


Alumni Spotlight

A Step Ahead: How AP Classes Help Our Alumni Excel in College

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s a college preparatory school, Calvert Hall has a uniquely designed, rigorous academic program fostering in each student an active pursuit of academic excellence and intellectual development. The Hall’s extensive Advanced Placement courses offer students the opportunity to prepare for college while earning college credit.

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The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program provides curriculum guidelines for college-equivalent classes. Through this program, high school students have the opportunity to participate in college-level course work in one of 38 disciplines. At the end of each course, students are able to sit for a national exam graded on a scale of 1 through 5 — with 5 representing the highest score. Based on the scores a student receives, he can earn college credit and qualify for advanced status in college classes.

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“AP courses can be a win-win for students. First, and foremost, is personal enrichment. Students challenge themselves while immersed in a rigorous course that prepares them for demanding coursework in college. Based on their scores, students can qualify

for college credit. This allows students to gain credits before they even step foot on campus as a freshmen,” says Calvert Hall college counselor Elizabeth Almeter (pictured below, left). Many Calvert Hall alumni have enhanced their college experience through their AP coursework. Paul Scheel ’08, University of Notre Dame, (pictured left) majored in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering while also pursuing a pre-medical track. Scheel remarked, “Taking AP courses at CHC enabled me to have excellent flexibility in the classes and electives I took. Ultimately, this allowed me to pursue a minor (Bioengineering) without having to take summer courses or excessively difficult semester course loads.” While at The Hall, Scheel completed eight AP courses including Calculus and Physics. An assessment by the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) showed that AP students who received grades of 3, 4, or 5 on AP Examinations in Physics and Calculus outperformed other physics and advanced math students from both the United States and abroad. Scheel is now completing his Internal Medicine Residency at The Johns Hopkins University. AP courses enable students to have greater flexibility when designing their collegiate schedules. Mr. Louis Heidrick, CHC past principal (2001-2013) and longtime AP Economics instructor, witnessed many of his students develop their critical thinking skills while exploring fields that they might want to pursue as majors in college.


ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

J.C. Lazzaro ’13, (pictured left) a former AP Economics student of Heidrick, is currently double majoring in Mathematics and Economics at Georgetown University. He entered the university having already satisfied the majority of his general education requirements. Lazzaro felt the credits he earned were most beneficial to his college experience. He commented, “The AP credits I earned awarded me the freedom to undertake a full year of study at the London School of Economics without putting undue pressure on my academic schedule.” In the 2014 College Board study Are AP Students More Likely to Graduate From College On Time?, authors Krista Mattern, Jessica Marini, and Emily Shaw found that AP

students graduate earlier than non-AP students. Michael Caldwell ’10 (Michigan State University) entered college one course shy of junior status. By taking nine AP exams while at Calvert Hall, he was able to complete his Bachelors of Science in Chemistry in three years. Describing his experience at The Hall, Caldwell noted, “The AP courses absolutely prepared me for the AP tests and for the related coursework that I encountered as an undergraduate.” Caldwell is now persuing a doctoral degree in Chemistry at Northwestern University. Calvert Hall’s Advanced Placement program is a key component of its rich tradition in providing students with high quality education and individualized educational experiences. This tradition continues to prepare our young men to succeed in college and beyond by developing their ability to think independently, logically, and creatively.

Calvert Hall is one of Baltimore’s leading providers of AP classes offering 24 courses.

``English Literature and Composition HISTORY & SOCIAL SCIENCE

``Comparative Government and Politics ``European History ``Human Geography

MATH & COMPUTER SCIENCE

``Calculus AB ``Calculus BC

``Computer Science A ``Statistics SCIENCES

``Biology ``Chemistry ``Environmental Science ``Physics 1 ``Physics 2

WORLD LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

``French Language and Culture ``German Language and Culture ``Spanish Language and Culture ``Spanish Literature and Culture

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``Macroeconomics ``Microeconomics ``Psychology ``United States Government and Politics ``United States History ``World History

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``Studio Art


Alumni Events

ORIOLES OPENING DAY PRE-GAME GATHERING April 14, 2016 More than 30 Hall alumni and friends attended a pre-game tailgate at Ropewalk Tavern in Federal Hill. Marc McFaul ’89 hosted the event.

CALVERT HALL & MERCY NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR May 24, 2016

Calvert Hall Alumni and Mercy High School Alumnae gathered at Hightopps Backstage Grill for an evening of networking. Attendees were treated to an acoustic set by Dale Coleman ’86. This was the first joint networking event between the two schools.

LUCY’S TEA IN THE GARDENS June 5, 2016 ALUMNI GOLF OUTING May 16, 2016

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More than 100 golfers attended the Alumni Association Golf Outing at Hillendale Country Club. Golfers were treated to 18 holes of sunny play followed by a delicious dinner.

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ALUMNI BULLROAST February 13, 2016 Over 500 alumni enjoyed a fun-filled evening on campus for the annual Alumni Bull Roast.

The Ladies of Calvert Hall, current and past moms, grandmoms, aunts, teachers, staff, and friends gathered for the ultimate tea experience. The event hosted 75 ladies of whom many were in traditional tea party attire, hats and gloves.

CLASS OF 1966 50TH REUNION WEEKEND April 29–30, 2016 The weekend kicked off Friday night with an Andy Nelson BBQ in Noppinger Commons. Saturday included guided campus tours followed by dinner and music in the Dining Hall. The Class was well represented by over 70 alumni. Special thanks to the Class of 1966 for their generous class gift designated for the President’s Student Hardship Fund.


ALUMNI EVENTS

2016 REUNIONS (YEARS ENDING IN 1 AND 6)

Graduates from the Classes of 1946 to 2011 hosted their reunions on campus. The Hall can help you and your class plan for your reunion. If you are interested in organizing a 2017 reunion (years ending in 2 and 7) please contact Geoff Foltyn at FolytnG@CalvertHall.com.

ALUMNI COMMUNION MASS AND BREAKFAST May 1, 2016

The annual Mass honored the Golden Anniversary Class of 1966. Three awards were presented: St. John Baptist de La Salle Award to John J. Duffy, III ’70; Outstanding Alumnus Award to Walter F. Dobrzycki ’78; and Brother Gabriel Cannon Award to Br. Kevin P. Strong, FSC.

MOTHER AND SON YOUNG ALUMNI EVENT January 7, 2016

COLLEGE WEEK February 12–14, 2016

The advancement team visited local colleges in February, meeting with young alums and current staff members who are CHC Alumni or CHC Alumni parents. Brother John Kane FSC, Mr. Joseph Baker ’76, and the advancement team provided lunch and visited University of Maryland, College Park, Towson University, and Loyola University Maryland. If you are attending college and would like us to visit your school, email Doug Heidrick, HeidrickD@CalvertHall.com.

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Alumni networking luncheons are held each month at restaurants around town. Previous networking locations have included Barrett’s Grill, Cu Vino, Tark’s Grill, Ristorante Firenze, and The Center Club. To attend a future luncheon, contact Geoff Foltyn ’00 at FoltynG@CalvertHall.com.

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MONTHLY ALUMNI NETWORKING LUNCHEONS

Young alumni (2012–15) returned to The Hall along with their moms to see the new Noppinger Commons. More than 50 families enjoyed an evening reminiscing about their great days at The Hall. For more information on future mom events, contact Nichole Regulski at RegulskiN@CalvertHall.com.


CLASS

1930s

John H. Dolle ’32 turned 100 on April 14, 2016. He is the father to Jerome H. Dolle ’62 and uncle to Charles J. Kehoe ’61. See more on page 6.

1940s

Robert J. Romadka ’48 and his wife Eleanor were honored on June 7, 2016 during a Community College of Baltimore County building dedication (CCBC). The CCBC-Essex College Center is now known as the Robert and Eleanor Romadka College Center.

1960s

Col. A. Joseph Nattans, Sr., USA (Ret) ’60 was named President of the Baltimore Council-Navy League of the United States. Lieutenant Colonel Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. ’61 has retired from the Maryland Defense Force with 15 years of service from the 10th Medical Regiment. Nicholas J. Prevas ’65 appeared in “Maryland Vietnam War Stories.” Nick commanded an Army infantry platoon and served as a battalion staff officer in Vietnam in 1970.

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Blaine Taylor ’65 has been publishing and writing for 22 years, including the novel, Herman Goering: Beer Hall Putsch To Nazi Blood Purge 1919–34. This year he will finish his 19th and 20th books.

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James B. Anzalone ’67 rode in the American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure on May 7. R. Michael Gill ’68, Triffon G. Alatzas ’84, and Edward E. Callahan, III ’86 were named 2016 Influential Marylanders by the Daily Record.

1970s John J. Dickman ’71, Thomas G. Murray ’71, J. Douglas Radebaugh ’71, Michael C. Farrell ’72, William R. Gould ’73, and Mark M. Shores ’74 were members of the 1975 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship Team. Team members received rings at a ceremony at the University of Maryland, College Park in April 2016. Donald P. Welsh ’74 was appointed President & CEO of Destination Marketing Association International in January 2016. Anthony J. DiPaula ’77 was appointed President of the Harford County Bar Association. He will serve a one year term ending in June 2017. Dr. Thomas B. Smyth, Sr. ’77 was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. F. David Black ’78 was inducted into the Baltimore Chapter of the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

John Neil Lanzi ’78 has joined Wright, Constable, and Skeen, LLP as a partner. Neil has over 30 years of experience as a solo practitioner in the Towson area.


CLASS NOTES

Gregory J. Ward ’81 is near the end of his two year term as Grand Knight for the Fr. Maurice J. Wolfe Council 11372 of the Knights of Columbus. Christopher W. Johnson ’82 has been appointed Co-Chairman of the Board of the National LGBT Museum. He is an industry leader in strategy, innovation, and global branding for companies. James “Pop” Tubman, Jr. ’82 was inducted into the Baltimore Catholic League Hall of Fame on May 3, 2016.

Mario Armstrong ’88 was nominated for his second Emmy. He was nominated in the program host category.

1990s Todd C. Karpovich ’90 has written Skipper Supreme, a book about Buck Showalter and The Baltimore Orioles.

Michael J. Alessi, Jr. ’94 has been named Vice President and Director of Client Services and Operations at Summit Financial.

Triffon G. Alatzas ’84 has been appointed by the Tribune Publishing Company to become publisher and editor-in-chief of The Baltimore Sun.

Gary W. Cross, Jr. ’96 is a pilot for American Eagle, a regional branch of American Airlines.

Christopher J. Bisaha ’84 is the co-owner of Henlopen City Oyster House, which was named one of Delaware’s top small businesses.

Jon T. Torpey ’96, Head Lacrosse Coach at Highpoint University, provided ESPNU commentary for the NCAA Division I Lacrosse tournament.

Stephen W. Kozak ’84 joined the Verve Partnership, an interiors architecture firm, as Chief Growth Officer.

Timothy J. Knapp ’99 and Meaghan Knapp (CHC Faculty) welcomed Redick James Knapp on August 6, 2015.

Keith L. Ewancio ’89 received two Social Security Administration Honor Awards — the Commissioner’s Team Award and The Volunteer Service Award — the highest awards the SSA bestows upon federal employees.

Bryan C. Bugarin ’92 was inducted into The Old Timers Soccer Association Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame on May 13, 2016. Bryan was a standout player at Calvert Hall and UMBC.

A. Joseph Nattans, Jr. ’83 was named President of GMH Mortgage Services.

John H. Klausmeier ’99 won his first NASCAR race as Crew Chief on June 6, 2016, at Pocono Raceway.

J. DeWitt Bauer, Jr. ’99 recently accepted a position with Kevson Services Group as a Sales and Marketing Executive. Andy R. Hilgartner ’89 was honored as The Baltimore Sun’s 2016 All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Coach of the Year. He also led McDonogh to a 2016 MIAA A Boys Lacrosse Championship.

2000s Justin S. Janowitz ’00, Head JV Football Coach at Calvert Hall, led the 2015 JV Cardinals to an MIAA A Conference Championship. James H. Stephens V ’00 joined the Keller Williams Gateway Real Estate Team. Jason A. Miller ’00 was named the 2016 Girls Indoor Track Coach of the Year. He is the Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field coach at Maryvale. Geoffrey M. Foltyn ’00, Head JV Soccer Coach at Calvert Hall, led the 2015 JV Cardinals to an MIAA A Conference Championship.

Nathan S. Kusterer, MD ’02 and wife Kristen Kusterer, MD welcomed the arrival of their first child, Margaret Anne (Maggie), on May 19, 2016.

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1980s

Lt. Col. Raymond J. Placiente, USMC ’86 relinquished command of 2d LAAD Battalion on June 17, 2016, retiring after 28 years in the U.S. Marine Corps.

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Douglas R. Santoni ’79 was appointed Vice President of Deployment and Revenue Operations at Windstar Cruises.


Rodney B. Williams ’02 was featured on the cover of May’s Technology & Innovation Issue of Black Enterprise. He is the CEO of LISNR.

Dr. Matthew A. Cross ’03 graduated from veterinary school. Patrick J. Healey ’04, Baltimore Blast Captain, was named the Major Arena Soccer League’s Defender of the Year for a second straight season. Michael E. Kellerman ’04 married Laura Foit in Frederick, Maryland.

Calvin C. Wise, III ’05 and his wife Elyse Wise welcomed their son Tyler William Wise on May 15, 2016.

James A. Canto ’06 ran in the Boston Marathon for the non-profit buildON. Kevin B. Ewing ’06 was ordained a transitional deacon on May 21, 2016. This is his final step before becoming a priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

Jason E. Lumpkin ’07 was appointed General Manager of the E-Lending Division of Live Oak Bank. Jason has been with the bank since graduating from Washington and Lee in 2011.

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Robert J. Tune ’09 married Nichole Pacifico on June 27, 2015 in Baltimore.

Devin D. Gerhart ’06 and family welcomed daughter Brooklyn Rose Gerhart on February 14, 2016.

Justin T. Snyder ’04 and Caitlin Meehan Snyder welcomed Charlotte Elizabeth Snyder on May 3, 2016. Charlotte is the granddaughter of Timothy G. Snyder ’80 and niece of Kevin M. Snyder ’12 and Jacob M. Snyder ’19.

Brooks A. Whiteford ’04 and Kimbrey Whiteford welcomed son Camden Pierce Whiteford, born on October 4, 2015.

Joseph E. Praydis, Jr. ’09 earned a B.S. in Fire Protection Engineering in 2014 and a Master of Engineering Fire Protection degree in 2015 from the University of Maryland, College Park. He has accepted a job with Naval Sea Systems Command in Potomac, MD.

Brendan D. McKinney ’07, Executive Chef at Tark’s Grill, was highlighted in the The Baltimore Sun’s Food Review. Matthew G. Podhorniak ’08 married Gretchen Hook on April 30, 2016. Luke A. Sawyer ’08 recently moved to the Dominican Republic to work for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and coach baseball.

Emmanuel M. Welsh ’09 was promoted to Deputy Chief of Staff to Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot. Emmanuel graduated from the University of Baltimore with a Master’s in Public Administration.

2010s Michael E. Brown, Jr. ’10 went on a two week nursing trip to Kenya with the Nanyuki Furaha Foundation to work with underprivileged children.


CLASS NOTES

Damion Lee ’10 transferred to University of Louisville to finish his basketball career. He was named third team All-Atlantic Coast Conference and led the U of L Cardinals in scoring, He was 10th in ACC in points per game. Adrian G. Amos, Jr. ’11 was named to the 2015 NFL All-Rookie Team.

Ryan P. Brown ’12 was named 2nd team All-American by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association. He was picked 4th overall by the Charlotte Hounds in the MLL draft.

Christopher R. Myers ’13 (Loyola University) was named 2016 recipient of the NCAA Elite 90 Award for Men’s Lacrosse for highest GPA (3.915) amongst players in the Final Four.

Evan M. Connell ’12, Patrick J. Kelly ’12, Stephen P. Kelly ’13, and Timothy J. Kelly ’15 were members of the University of North Carolina 2016 Division I Lacrosse Men’s Championship Team.

Bradley J. McKim ’14 was named Male Athlete of the Year at Arcadia’s Annual Sports Banquet. McKim led the soccer team in total points and was named to First-Team All MAC Commonwealth selection, Second-Team ECAC All-Star, and Third-Team NSCAA All-Region. McKim was also named First Team Academic All-District.

Julian M. Riccio ’12, graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Richmond with a B.S. in Business Administration. He has accepted a position as a Strategic Marketing Analyst at Red Ventures Corporation. John P. Bennett ’11 has received accreditation to attend the Cannes Films Festival and will be reporting on the festival for various online publications.

Brian T. Bolewicki ’12 (Towson University), Ryan P. Brown ’12 (Johns Hopkins), Patrick J. Kelly ’12 (University of North Carolina), and David S. McBrien ’12 (Washington College) were named lacrosse captains for their schools for the 2016 season. Carter S. Brown ’12 was nominated for the “Senior Class Award” among Division I Senior Lacrosse Players. The award is for commitment to community, classroom, character, and competition. Carter S. Brown ’12 and Patrick J. Kelly ’12 were named 2016 USILA Scholar All-Americans.

Matthew Nico Clareth ’15 was named Eastern College Athletic Conference Division I Rookie of the week on February 15, 2016. Nico was also named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Sixth Player of the Year.

Dennis J. Grace ’12 was a member of the 2016 Division I National Basketball Championship Team with the University of Villanova. Stephen P. Kelly ’13 was named ISILA and NCAA Defensive Player of the Week for his February 27, 2016 performance. He won 17 of 25 faceoffs and helped the University of North Carolina defeat Johns Hopkins 15-11. Alexander P. Murphy ’13 of the Delmarva Shorebirds was named to the South Atlantic League All-Star team.

Peter W. Handerhan ’15 is a member of the West Virginia University Marching Band. The Band traveled to Arizona with the football team for the Cactus Bowl and also played in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Summer 2016

Kevin J. Ames ’12 and Matthew D. Wilmer ’12 created the preppy clothing line, Chesapeake Collection. They were featured in an April 2016 article in the The Baltimore Sun.

Trevor R. Williams ’12 has signed an NFL undrafted free agent contract with the San Diego Chargers.

Kevin J Bartenfelter ’15, Joseph M. DiPeso ’15, and Luke R. Reeder ’15 were members of the Division III Men’s Lacrosse Championship Team with Salisbury University.

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Brandon N. Wagner ’11 proposed to his girlfriend Kelly Byrnes in the Calvert Hall Gymnasium after meeting her at a CHC mixer more than seven years ago. See more on page 6.


CLASS NOTES

Keegan K. Lowensen ’15 was a member of the 2016 NSCRO National Championship Men’s Rugby Team at Mount St. Mary’s University. Rodney B. Williams ’15 is a student-athlete at Elmira College. Rodney started every varsity soccer game as a freshman and held the most minutes played on the team. He was awarded the Elmira College Men’s Soccer Booster Club Player of the Year.

Daniel J. Carin, Jr. ’60 Tyrone Cloyd, Jr. ’94 Joseph P. Comma, Sr. ’57, father of Joseph P. Comma ’85; cousin of John R. Repetti ’58 James H. Forbes, Jr. ’56 Americo E. Gambo ’62 Ramsey E. Gray ’58, father of John C. Gray ’84 Fredrick A. Hall ’47 Santo J. Lombardo II ’64, father of Louis B. Lombardo ’00 Garth R. Mackenzie ’63, brother of the late Captain Thomas L. Mackenzie ’66

Cooper R. Greenman ’16 participated in the National Association of Teachers of Singing Mid-Atlantic Competition. He competed in the musical theatre and classical categories.

Former Faculty/ Coach Dick Edell (Varsity Lacrosse Coach 1971–1973) was honored on May 28, 2016 as a member of the inaugural class for the Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Association Hall of Fame in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Deceased Alumni

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Henry T. Bauernfeind ’48, brother of CDR Joseph H. Bauernfeind, USN (Ret.) ’46; cousin of Fr. Thomas J. Bauernfeind ’56 Lawrence C. Bertch ’63 Robert J. Birrane, Jr. ’94, son of Commodore Robert J. Birrane, Sr. ’62; Nephew of Edward J. Birrane, Jr. ’54

William J. Manley, Jr. ’41, uncle of Charles H. Brown III ’64, William J. Brown ’70, Robert F. Brown, DVM ’75, and Michael E. Brown, Sr. ’78; great-uncle of Michael E. Brown, Jr. ’10, Stephen M. Brown ’13, and Casey A. Brown ’18 Carroll E. Meisz, Jr. ’59, father of John Meisz ’87; son of the late Caroll E. Meisz, Sr. ’31 Terrence L. Stackley ’66 Henry J. Topper ’32, father of John H. Topper ’57 Gilbert L. Wells ’44

Deceased Family and Friends John Coyle, Sr., father of Christopher P. Coyle ’90; brother of Thomas ’52, James ’61, and Joseph ’63 Rita Davidson, grandmother of Davis Smith ’03, Michael Rock ’04, and Colin Rock ’08 Dr. Gerard D. Dobrzycki, father of Walter F. Dobrzycki ’78

Charles J. Felmeister, father of Zachary J. Felmeister ’09 Steven C. Forrest, son of Craig Forrest ’61; father of Ryan Forrest ’20 Margaret M. Francik, mother of Joseph G. Francik ’66 and Rev. Gerald C. Francik ’78 Dorothy Kidwell, wife of John A. Kidwell, Sr. ’59; sister-in-law of William J. Kidwell ’58 Tracey Susan Lafayette, wife of Charles L. Lafayette ’88 Mrs. Arlene B. Lohrfink, wife of Robert H. Lohrfink ’56; mother of Charles A. Lohrfink ’79 and Daniel P. Lohrfink ’86 Josephine McCabe, grandmother of James A. McCormack ’00 Ann H. Miller, daughter of the late Mr. Bernard E. Hackett, Sr. ’29; sister of Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. ’61 Dominic W. Motto, Jr., son of Dominic W. Motto ’60 Gerald J. Myers ’59 Douglas John Sanders, father of Dr. Brian J. Sanders ’75, Barry Sanders, Esq. ’77, and Susan Grzech (Faculty Member) Lillian Townsend, mother-in-law of Dr. Thomas B. Smyth ’77; grandmother of T. Burk Smyth ’10, Taylor R. Smyth ’10, and Samuel T. Smyth ’13 Cornelius J. Twomey ’39, uncle of Edward W. Barlow, III ’91 Murriel Wesolowski, wife of Jack Wesolowski ’62; sister-in-Law of Michael J. Kutrik, Jr. ’62; cousin of Timothy J. Wellein ’78 and the late Rev. Msgr. Martin A. Schwalenburg ’38 Ann L. Wicks, mother of the late Charles W. Wicks, Jr. ’63


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