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The Magazine of Camden Catholic High School 2016 Volume 16 No. 18

Our Community: Inspired by the Jubilee Year of Mercy

The End of an Era: Jack Phipps Retires

Class of 2016: $15 Million in Scholarships & Grants

Reunions, Alumni and Class News

Annual Report of Giving


Honor Faith Loyalty

CCHS V OLUME 16 N O . 18 S U M M E R 2 01 6 Diocese of Camden Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan President Mary Whipkey, MA, P ’01, ’03, ’05 President Emeritus Monsignor Andrew Martin, MA Principal Heather Crisci, MA, P ’17 Director of Admissions Colleen Byrnes Walsh, BS ’01 Director of Athletics Derrick Levine, MA Advancement Coordinator Lindsay Scheuer, BFA BOARD

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Robert DiStanislao ’78, Chairperson Linda Schilling ’70, Vice Chairperson William Barker ’67 Dennis Corbett ’90 John Glennon Anne Hartman George Hutchinson III, P ’00, ’02, ’04, ‘08 Joseph T. Kenney, Esq. ’76, P ‘16 Thomas MacKinnon James J. Madden ’57, P ’92, ’96, ’98 Rev. Scott Pilarz, S.J. ’77 John Pisa ’74 John Pund ’74 Colleen Ready, Esq. ’77 Paula Villa ’77 Kevin Walsh, Esq. ’91 Mary Boyle, Superintendent Diocese of Camden, Diocesan Representative Clare Diemer, Esq., Diocesan attorney

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Camden Catholic High School is a suburban, college preparatory, day and boarding school. It educates young men and women spiritually, academically, socially and physically in a faith community to develop as life long learners and leaders in a global society in the Catholic tradition.


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C AMDEN C ATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Feature Story

FOR THE LOVE OF FRANCIS How Camden Catholic students, families and alumni experienced the historic visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. in September.

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6 12 25 46 Editor: Kate Madden Bieg ‘98 Director of Marketing & Communications Editorial Staff: Janet Indelicato ’71, P ‘02, ‘06 Lindsay Scheuer Colleen Byrnes Walsh ‘01 Mary Whipkey P ’01, ’03, ‘05 Design: Tim Streeter

GAINING FAITH BY GIVING MERCY Alumni & students participate in the Jubilee Year of Mercy, serving others while learning about themselves.

On the cover: Hall of Fame members gathered before the 10th Annual Induction Ceremony in the Pisa Dining Hall. April 23, 2016.

Published by Camden Catholic High School Department of Advancement

Feature Story

10TH ANNUAL HALL OF FAME An historic celebration welcomes the newest inductees to this prestigious group.

CLASS OF 2016 $15 Million in scholarships and aid, 486 acceptances to 212 colleges and universities.

THE END OF AN ERA: JACK PHIPPS RETIRES Remembering 52 years of service.

ANNUAL REPORT • 2015-2016 Fiscal year donors recognized • Campaign & Library renovation update • Legacy Giving announcement

Departments The Arts at CCHS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Faculty News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Athletic Accomplishments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Class of 2020: Legacies, Academic Awards & Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Alumni News & Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Reunions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Printer: Brian Romani ‘90 © Camden Catholic High School 2016

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A Letter from the President & Principal Dear Friends: Soon after you received last year’s edition of the Mary Whipkey President

CCHS magazine we were blessed by the historic

Heather Crisci Principal

visit of Pope Francis to the United States during our opening weeks of the academic year. What an amazing way to begin the 128th year of this educational institution. Pope Francis shared inspiring messages with us during his time here, and many Camden Catholic students, families and alumni were blessed with the opportunity to experience the Pope’s visit on an incredibly intimate level. Fr. Scott Pilarz, S.J. ’77 greeted the Pope and exchanged words with him in Washington. He shares the story of his inspiring meeting on page 19, as do many of our community members who experienced the Pope’s visit. Pope Francis made history by declaring this the Jubilee Year of Mercy, inviting Catholics all over the world to participate in corporal and spiritual works of mercy to build a closer relationship with God. We are proud of the many alumni, students and faculty who have been inspired to participate in the Jubilee Year. We’ve chosen to feature just a few of these stories beginning on page 16. We were blessed to celebrate the 10th Annual Hall of Fame event in April, honoring the newest inductees while welcoming home more than 50 current Hall of Fame members, pictured on the cover. Oh, what a night it was! The good work of our faculty endures, our enrollment continues to grow with the class of 2020 entering in the fall, and the support of our alumni is stronger than ever. The Campaign for the Future is funding the next capital project, transformation of the library into the Information Commons. Construction is underway and will provide for a contemporary space for 21st Century learning. You can learn more about the project, and how you or your class can help, on page 50. We leave you with these inspiring words from our Pope as we prepare to embark on the 129th year of Camden Catholic High School: “Mercy is the force that reawakens us to new life and instills in us the courage to look to the future with hope.” Yours in Honor, Faith and Loyalty,

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Mary Whipkey, P ’01, ’03, ’05

Heather Crisci, P ‘17

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A Letter from the Board Chair: Robert DiStanislao ’78 Dear Alumni and Friends: It is with great pride that I assumed the position of Chairman of the Board of Trustees last year. As I have built my career over the years, I have watched as countless Camden Catholic graduates have been successful at their various professional pursuits all over the country. As I return to Camden Catholic I see an internationally diverse student body poised to become contributing citizens of the world. What makes this so significant is that within our hallways the students are interacting with the area’s most demographically diverse group of students. Our graduates will have the opportunity to know first-hand about interaction and collaboration with an international population. This experience of communication and cooperation across cultures prepares our future alumni to take their place in a world which requires us to cross national borders and appreciate customs different from our own. The learning experience within Camden Catholic’s internationally and ethnically diverse environment, uniquely qualifies our graduates to be outstanding citizens in our own country. As the 2016 presidential campaign has shown, ours is a population riven by economic and social disparities. It is a time for people to reach across these divides to objectively listen. With their practice of communication across demographic boundaries, our students can lead by example and be the citizens that our world so desperately needs. If you haven’t been back to campus recently, I urge you to visit. You will meet some very impressive young people. These are young people who are gifted intellectually, emotionally and athletically. And South Jersey is taking notice – Camden Catholic is growing. It is the only school in the diocese experiencing an increase in enrollment. But the work is far from over. Ever evolving technology places continuous demands on our infrastructure. The curriculum is constantly being adapted to suit our students’ needs. The need for physical and athletic space is growing.

ALMA MATER! Elizabeth Dreher and Sister Mary Christine Tobin Hail, Alma Mater! To thee we raise Our grateful hearts in this our song of praise; Hither we came, thy truth and wisdom to attain May thy blest guiding pow’r forever with us reign. Hail, Alma Mater! Mem’ry recalls Our golden happy years within thy walls; Friendships of youthful days shall never grow cold; Long shall we cherish true glad days of old. Hail, Alma Mater! Deep in our hearts We treasure all our memories of thee Throughout the years to come may this our stanchion be: Honor and Loyalty with Faith inspired by thee.

I would encourage you to remember what Camden Catholic meant to you, and how it positioned you for your place in the world. Now, I invite you to see what being at Camden Catholic means to our students today. You will be pleased and proud to observe that even as the world has changed, Camden Catholic remains the setting where our students take giant steps toward crafting a successful future. You will engage with young people who are aware of the need for environmental stewardship and social justice. Camden Catholic has been changing lives for more than one hundred years and will continue developing men and women who will make the world a better place. Return. Observe. Engage.

Robert DiStanislao ’78 Chairman, Board of Trustees

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Save the Date!

2016-2017 Calendar of Events & Happenings

Stay up-to-date on all school and alumni happenings at www.camdencatholic.org. SEPTEMBER 23 Class Reunion Mass & Brunch for 1941 & Earlier Graduates 24 Class of 1976 Reunion OCTOBER 6 Class of 1952 Reunion 8 Field Hockey Alumni Day 14 Homecoming Football Game and Family Fun Festival 16 Class of 1966 Reunion Mass & Breakfast 27 Admissions Open House for 6th, 7th & 8th Graders 30 Irish Synergy Girls Leadership Event for 6th, 7th & 8th Graders NOVEMBER 4-6 Fall Play 21 Spirit Week Begins 23 48th Annual Thanksgiving Game vs. Paul VI (away) 7 p.m. DECEMBER 10 Magical Morning with Santa 9:30 a.m. 18 Christmas Concert 2 p.m.

JANUARY 29 Catholic Schools Week Begins FEBRUARY 2 Admissions Information Night for 6th, 7th & 8th Graders 25 Class of 2021 Freshman Registration 8-11 a.m. MARCH 3-5 Spring Musical: Cinderella 10-12 Spring Musical: Cinderella 17 St. Patrick’s Day & Irish Giving Day 18 Irish Party for Alumni & Parents APRIL 29 11th Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Reception MAY 9 “Road to College” Spring Open House for 6th & 7th Graders 12 Bag Bingo Basket Blowout 20-21 Spring Arts Weekend featuring Multimedia Presentations, Concert & Art Show JUNE 4 Class of 2017 Commencement

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$88,630.56 Irish Giving Day 2016

In 24 Hours For the second annual Irish Giving Day the Fighting Irish spirit was unmatched! With a goal of $70,000 we started the day excited for what was to come, as we had been so impressed with the participation in the inaugural Irish Giving Day in 2015. Could we, would we, be able to do it again? And raise even more money for the Annual Fund? The resounding answer was “Yes!” from almost 500 donors who participated.

Thanks to the efforts of Advancement Coordinator Lindsay Scheuer, many members of the CCHS staff and alumni representatives took on the task of reaching out to alumni, friends, former parents, faculty, staff and students to ask for their support. When the final numbers were tallied we had a lot to be thankful for! 494 Total Donors

The classes of 2005-2015 raised $3,512.40 which was matched by our generous alumnus donor! The classes of 2016-2019, our current student body, also contributed by holding an Irish-themed dress-down day and Dodge Ball Tournament with all proceeds contributing to the day’s total. We thank you for your continued support of this endeavor, and ask you to remember to save the date for the Third Annual Irish Giving Day, Friday, March 17, 2017. For a list of donors please see the Annual Report on page 63.

25 Gifts of $1,000+ 21 Different funds or designations represented from the arts to various athletic teams to scholarships and more. The class of 2015 had the highest number of donors represented from the Young Alumni classes of 2000-2015 with 17 donors. 355


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INDUCTION CEREMONY

Saturday, April 23, 2016 was an especially memorable Hall of Fame event. Not only did we

induct an incredibly talented, skilled, and faith-filled class, but we also honored the past 10 years of Hall of Fame inductees. Many past inductees were gracious enough to join us for the event, gathering for a very special photo opportunity just before the ceremony. Memories abounded, and more than once the phrase “Wow, what an accomplished group! This is why Camden Catholic is so special,” was overheard as the photographer snapped away. From state champions to honored clergy, dedicated faculty to Naval admirals, doctors, attorneys, board members, and many more shining examples of Camden Catholic alumni celebrated their membership in this elite group.

Congratulations to this year’s inductees and many thanks to the Hall of Fame committee for their extensive work on this annual endeavor.

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The Camden Catholic High School Hall of Fame EMERALD HALL OF FAME FOR ACADEMICS & THE ARTS Pat Sariego Brown ’66

• CCHS Librarian for 40 years and arguably one of the school’s most devoted alumni and faculty members; • Greatly influenced by the Sisters of Mercy; • Helped Sister Winifred organize and open the CCHS Library in the “new” school; • Instrumental in compiling and organizing the school archives, founded “The Shamrock” school newspaper along with students, developed the school’s first annual appeal and fundraising department and revived the Alumni Association.

Sister Janet Theresa Marchesani, OP ’56

• A Dominican Sister of Hope and respected sign language interpreter since 1983; • Member of the National Catholic Office for the Deaf, the International Catholic Deaf Association, and an associate member of New York City chapter of the registry of interpreters for the deaf • Has ministered with the Deaf Community in the five northern counties of the Archdiocese of New York through the office of Catholic Charities • Served as congregation Vocation Minister (2004-2012) and as associate director (2009-2012) and has offered retreats for the deaf in New York, Pennsylvania and in Canada.

Daniel B. McDyre ‘59

• Spent 29 years as a United States Marine Corps pilot and flew 450 combat missions in Vietnam • Was the Presidential pilot for President Nixon 1969-1972 • Multiple awards and honors include: Legion on Merit (three-times), Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal (27 times with two stars) for 546 combat missions, Silver Star (Vietnamese), Purple Heart, Combat Action Medal, Navy Commendation Medal, and several Presidential Unit Citations • Accomplished athlete, winning the state javelin championship while setting a state record, received multiple athletic scholarship offers and chose to attend LaSalle University; • Currently CEO of Viscon International, Inc.

John L. Pund ’74

• Highly-accomplished attorney and CPA; • Currently executive managing director, JLP & Associates, a professional service firm specializing in finance counsel services to attorneys, the courts, charter schools, and business owners; • Formerly principal with Laventhol & Horwath, president and board of directors at Curtis Consulting Group, principal with Parente Randolph (the largest PA-based CPA firm and the 25th largest firm in the U.S.), CFO of and general counsel to Optical Crosslinks, Inc.; • CCHS student-body president 1973-74; • Member of the Villanova University Alumni Board of Directors, the Camden Catholic Board of Trustees, Finance Chair and Board Member of the Andy Talley Bone Marrow Foundation.

Thomas J. Shusted ’44

posthumous • Camden County Freeholder Director (1964-1968), Assemblyman (1969-1971), Camden County’s 1st Full Time Prosecutor (1972-1979) and Assemblyman-6th District (1980-1990); • 1950 Graduate of LaSalle University and a member of the first graduating class of Rutgers University Law School-Camden in 1953.

Gerard P. Smith ’52

• Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience in Psychiatry at the Weill Cornell Medical College since 1973; • Renowned for his work on the role of gut hormones, especially cholecystokinin, in the control of meal size in rodents and humans; • Published on topics in the history of science including Pavlov’s Nobel Prize-winning-work on digestion, Walter Cannon and homeostasis, and the scientific practice of Curt Richter; • Has held many prestigious positions including director of the Edward W. Bourne Behavioral Research Laboratory, The New York Hospital (Westchester Division), 1968-1999 and Director, Eating Disorders Institute, The New York Hospital (Westchester Division) 1984-1988; • 1957 Graduate of Saint Joseph’s University and 1960 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.

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Richard J. Kelly ‘55

• Accomplished physicist whose career includes work on the Univac III computer at Remington Rand Univac Corp., development of solar power supplies for NASA spacecraft at RCA Astro Electronics Division and 30 years at IBM; • A 1959 Graduate of St. Joseph’s College (University), active as class representative, Alumni Board of Governors and President of the SJU Alumni Association; • Currently serves on the Advisory Board of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Barbelin Society Committee and the Fortier Corporation Board; • Has provided countless hours of service to those in need as a refugee sponsor, a visitor to NJ prisons for six years, a 15-year board member of Msgr. McDermott’s St. Joseph’s Carpenter Society and a key member of the team which raised funds for and built the Good Counsel Home for pregnant and homeless women in Riverside, NJ.

Brother Bartholomew A. Sheehan, S.J. ‘23

posthumous • Former Camden County judge and former vice president and trust officer at Camden Trust Co. whose career included terms on the Delaware River Port Authority, the New Jersey State Reapportionment Commission, and the New Jersey Election Commission • Invested as a Knight Commander of the Papal Order of St. Gregory by Pope Paul VI in 1972; • Began his service as a Jesuit brother following the death of his wife Kathryn Keveaney Sheehan in 1973, making his final profession in 1986; • Graduated from St. Joseph’s College (University) before earning a law degree from Temple University in 1932, all the while playing professional basketball in the Eastern Basketball League; • As a Jesuit brother he was an administrator, a historian, and a lecturer between 1977 and 1990 at St. Joseph's Prep, where he began his teaching career during his time in law school.

Hall of Fame Scholarship Awards

This year, thanks to the success of the Hall of Fame event, the Hall of Fame Committee was able to award three $1,000 scholarships to current Camden Catholic students. The students were selected by members of the Hall of Fame committee who reviewed their academic performance, extra-curricular activities, and a submitted essay illustrating how they exemplify the qualities of leadership, determination and a “Camden Catholic spirit.” Hall of Fame 2015 Scholarship Winners (left to right): Gabriella Giegerich '19, Zhiji Jessica Lin '17 and Theresa Gardner '18.

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Donate to the Hall of Fame Scholarship

To donate to the Hall of Fame Scholarship, email Lindsay Scheuer, Advancement Coordinator: lindsay.scheuer@camdencatholic.org.

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G R E E N & W H I T E H A L L O F FA M E F O R AT H L E T I C S Maureen Lee Behm ’92

• Field hockey, basketball and softball standout; • Key member of three CCHS state championship softball teams; • Earned full softball scholarship to Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; • Played in every inning of every game 1993-96. Named Atlantic 10 AllChampionship Team (1993); Atlantic 10 Player of the Week, Atlantic 10 All-Conference Team, All-Northeast Regional Team-Second Team (1994); Second Team Atlantic 10 All-Conference Team (1995); • Honorable Mention Big East All-Academic Team, Team MVP, High School Coaches Association College Player of the Year (1996); Newark Star Ledger-Second Team All-Decade (high school).

Michael J. Booth ’00

• Two-time All-South Jersey wrestler and 135-pound state champion with a CCHS career record of 126-8 under Coach Gary Papa; • Four-time district and regional champion; • Four-time state place winner; • Recruited to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; • Atlantic Coast Conference runner-up and second team All-ACC in 2002.

Maggie Iezzi-Cheli ’88

• Three-sport MVP, captain and All-South Jersey athlete at CCHS, earning a combined 11 varsity letters in field hockey, basketball and softball; • Key member of 1985 field hockey state championship team and 1986 state championship softball team; • Recruited to Michigan State University for field hockey where she earned a full athletic scholarship, lettering all four years and earning multiple awards, including: MSU Field Hockey Spirit Award and All-Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey Conference 2nd Team (1989); All-Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey Conference 1st Team, Team Captain and MVP (1990); All-Midwest Collegiate Field Hockey Conference 1st Team, Team Captain and MVP, All-American Collegiate Field Hockey Coaches Association Region 1st Team, All-American Collegiate Field Hockey Coaches Association National 3rd Team (1st MSU field hockey player to make All-American honors at Michigan State University for Field Hockey program), Collegiate Field Hockey Player of the Year (one of four)- South Jersey Field Hockey Association and Collegiate Field Hockey All-Star Squad – South Jersey Field Hockey Association (1991).

2005 Wrestling Team

• Arguably the best wrestling team in Camden Catholic history; • Parochial A state championship team with a record of 24-1 and a number one state ranking; • Led by legendary coach Gary Papa; • Outscored opponents 1411-245; • Members included nine District 9 champions, two regional champions, one state runner up and six wrestlers who would graduate with more than 100 high school career wins each.

Jennifer Mayfield LaFave ’90

• All-South Jersey, All-American and nationally ranked swimmer who, along with her parents, helped convince Msgr. Martin to start Camden Catholic’s first swim team; • All-South Jersey honors in 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990; • National Catholic High School Champion and record-holder in 1988; • All-American and Academic All-American honors in 1987-88; • Honorable mention Courier-Post All-Century Girls Swim Team (18891999), United States Junior National Qualifier (1987-89), and United States Swimming Top-16 age group award winner (1987-89); • Attended Princeton University, where she swam for coach Susan Teeter and helped win the Ivy League title and Eastern Conference Champions Meet in 1991 and 1992.

Scott Yeager ’97

• Football and baseball standout at CCHS and key member of 1996 Parochial-A South Jersey championship baseball team; • All-South Jersey baseball; • Four-year starter as catcher and in outfield at George Mason University; • At George Mason: 7th all-time fielding percentage (.984), 17th all-time games played (185), 17th all-time at bats (688), 20th all-time games started (177), 26th all-time runs scored (123), 27th all-time hits (186), 41st all-time doubles (30), 24th all-time triples (6), 31st total bases (270), 29th stolen bases (23) and earned George Mason Athlete of the Month (March 1999).

Congratulations 2016 Hall of Fame Inductees!

1951 Baseball Team

• First undefeated baseball team in CCHS history; • 13-0 led by coach John McCarthy (CC Hall of Fame ’08) and “heavy-hitters” Ed Burke (CC Hall of Fame ‘13), Don McComb (CC Hall of Fame ’07), Phil Raimondo (CC Hall of Fame ’07), Hollis Wineland (CC Hall of Fame ’15) Dick Scott (CC Hall of Fame ’09) and Joe Strippoli (CC Hall of Fame ‘12); • Achieved historic status as Parochial A champions, City Series champions, and rounded out the unthinkable with a three-sport city championship year for the Fighting Irish, who were also football and basketball champs in 1950-51.

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The Camden Catholic High School Hall of Fame

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2017 Hall of Fame The 11th Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Reception Saturday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m. • Grandi Auditorium Plan to join us and celebrate the achievements of Camden Catholic alumni!

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Do you know someone deserving of the Hall of Fame honor?

The nomination form can be found at www.camdencatholic.org/halloffame, or contact Lindsay Scheuer, Advancement Coordinator: lindsay.scheuer@camdencatholic.org or call 856-663-2247 ext. 133.

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N O M I N AT I O N I N F O R M AT I O N Do you know someone who qualifies for induction into the Camden Catholic High School Hall of Fame? The Nomination Committee is looking for alumni and friends to nominate graduates, coaches, and friends of CCHS for the honor of induction into the 2016 Hall of Fame, our tenth anniversary. Individuals can be nominated for the following categories of recognition: • Academic: Those alumni of Camden Catholic High School who have distinguished themselves with outstanding achievements in scholarship, service, and leadership. • Athletics: Those alumni of Camden Catholic High School who have established distinctive records of achievements in athletics which would make them deserving of recognition.

• Arts: Those alumni of Camden Catholic High School who have distinguished themselves in the fields of the Arts as to reflect honor and distinction. • Special: Those alumni or friends of Camden Catholic High School whose actions and/or achievements may not be categorized in any of the above but are still deserving of recognition. These awards may be given for humanitarian actions, community involvement, or other special contributions. The nomination form can be found on the alumni website under the Hall of Fame tab. The deadline for nominations is November 1, 2016. Contact Lindsay Scheuer (lindsay.scheuer@camdencatholic.org) for more information.

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Exemplary Students in the Camden Catholic Tradition Community Lisa Hoang As a Langan-Nadell scholar at Camden Catholic, Lisa Hoang earned a full scholarship for four years of high school, and has turned that opportunity into several college acceptances and over $700,000 in college scholarship and grant offers. Despite these impressive statistics, Lisa remains humble, and thankful for the community support. “Lisa is a wonderful young woman who took advantage of an opportunity and excelled at Camden Catholic,” says Barbara Cortese, Director of Guidance. “She understands the sacrifice that a person made so she could have a chance. Now she has made the most of her chance and can begin working on a goal to push someone else forward.” Lisa has not only achieved academically but was instrumental in promoting the LUCY Program as part of her Community Service. LUCY (Lifting Up Camden’s Youth) is an after school program that services high school students leading them to a productive high school career along with preparing them for their future college success. As a LUCY scholar, Lisa realized the positive affect a community can have, and hopes to return the favor. “After finishing college, I see myself staying in Boston for a while and no matter what, I plan to be involved with service in some way whether that is through my professional career or setting aside time from work to serve the community.”

Arts Jordon Malick Arriving from St. Peter School in Merchantville, Jordon didn’t have to travel far to expand his horizons as a freshman. Upon his first days wearing the green and white, he became involved in a diverse set of activities from baseball and swimming to CCTV, the Leadership Academy and the Gaming Club. However, it was CCTV and the mentorship of faculty member Jeff Bruckner which allowed Jordon’s natural interest in film and communications studies to truly flourish at CCHS. “I've learned as much from Jordon as he has from class,” says Mr. Bruckner. “Through his example, I've learned how to treat others better and how to listen to my students more. Jordon is an example for all of us to follow, in how to approach life's curveballs: have a solid approach, trust you're in a good place, and swing confidently believing something great is right around the corner.” “Taking Digital Film Production with Mr. Bruckner during my sophomore year allowed me to realize what could be possible in my future,” says Jordon. “I am confident entering St. John’s as a film major because of the solid foundation provided me by the communications and film classes at CCHS.” Beyond the arts, Jordon has built a solid foundation for success through skills learned in the Leadership Academy. He participated in the Scholar Course Retreat as a leader, learning a great deal about himself, and how to work with others. “I’ll never forget the lessons I learned and the relationships I built there,” he says. Where will Jordon be in five years? “Wherever I am, I’ll have a camera in my hand,” he says.

ATTENDING: College of the Holy Cross ACCEPTED: Saint Joseph’s University, Saint Peter’s University, Temple University, The College of New Jersey, The University of Scranton, Villanova University SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: Saint Joseph’s Ignatian Scholarship (full tuition), TCNJ Promise Award (full tuition-2 years), Holy Cross Scholarship, Scranton Claver Award and Xavier Grant, Villanova Grant SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: “Workaholics”

ATTENDING: St. John’s University (major: Film) ACCEPTED: Temple University SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: Scholastic Excellence Scholarship, Catholic High School Scholarship, Hugh Le Carey Community Grant SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: “PostTraumatic Growth”

International Student Chloe Gao As a part of the mission of Camden Catholic High School, our students are taught to develop as “life long learners and leaders in a global society in the Catholic tradition.” The success of Chloe Gao at CCHS speaks to how important the students of the international program are to the Camden Catholic experience. “Chloe's future is a bright one, for many reasons, but mainly because she is a young woman of character,” says English faculty member and mentor to Chloe, Nancy Werner-Kaiser. “She demonstrates the true meaning of humility in that she strives to be her own person, confident in her abilities, yet aware that those with whom she interacts have just as many talents. I look forward to witnessing her contribution to the world.” Not only is Chloe graduating among the top 10 percent of her class, accepted into some of the nation’s top colleges and universities, but she has flourished during her time at CCHS by immersing herself into the larger community who she now calls her family. She has participated in the Shakespeare Club, Actors Guild, Model UN, Magic Club, Pep Squad and Cross Country. “I will miss the morning and afternoon prayers the most,” she says. “Through these prayers CCHS gathers as a family. It’s a great way to start the day, and it’s like a fresh breeze after a long day of study.” At Boston University, Chloe expects to focus her studies on communications and psychology with the hope of working in the advertising profession. 12

ATTENDING: Boston University ACCEPTED: Brandeis University, Northeastern University, Syracuse University, University of WisconsinMadison SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: “Are Conspiracy Theories Ordinary Gossip or Political Plots?”

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Tradition Shannon Ward The Ward family is a true gift to Camden Catholic. Not only do they have many alumni family members (Shannon’s father Michael ’75 and sister Erika ’14, uncles Thomas ’76, Patrick ’78, Daniel ’79 and Terrance ’81, aunts Kathy ’89, Carol Lanzalotti-Jennings ’73, Dorothy Lanzalotti-Klein ’75 and cousin Stephanie Smith ’04) but the youngest Ward generation has truly risen the bar academically. “Shannon is naturally intelligent but she backs this up with a great work ethic,” says English faculty member Bob Pacana. “She also sets the bar for herself really high, which is always a good thing. She's going to do really well in any field she chooses.” Shannon has great respect for the tradition of CCHS and became involved in many diverse activities upon entering as a freshman. From volleyball to Student Government to the Green and White and National Honor Societies, she has proven her love for the school, and its importance in her life. “My CCHS classmates are my best friends and the faculty are my role models,” she says. “I don’t believe there is any other school where you can exchange ideas in such a comfortable environment.” When asked about her earliest memory of CCHS, Shannon recalls: “I remember when I was in seventh grade and my sister would absolutely gush about how funny and interesting her teachers in high school are. During freshman orientation I was ecstatic to finally meet them, they were celebrities!” We are certain those same faculty members were just as ecstatic to meet Shannon, and watch her grow during her successful high school career.

ATTENDING: Loyola University, Maryland ACCEPTED: Gettysburg College, Quinnipiac University, The College of New Jersey, Ursinus College SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: Gettysburg Presidential Scholarship, Loyola Presidential Scholarship, TCNJ Merit Scholarship, Quinnipiac Trustee Award, Ursinus Zacharius Scholarship SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: “The Problem Within the American Education System”

Opportunity Albin Rosado Entering CCHS as a freshman, Albin Rosado may have been a bit uncertain about his decision, as many freshman are while they find their way through these hallowed halls their first few weeks. Coming from Howard Phifer Middle School in Pennsauken, Albin had left many of his friends to come to Camden Catholic, hoping this opportunity would pave the way for a successful future. Now, graduating four years later and heading to one of the nation’s top schools for engineering, Albin leaves these halls with a new set of knowledge and leadership skills, prepared and confident for what awaits at Lehigh University. “Camden Catholic gives its students many opportunities to not only develop themselves, but to be unique, and discover who it is they want to be,” he says. Albin decided he was going to be involved, as he tried many diverse activities here at CCHS. His participation in many band opportunities (concert, jazz and pep band) and the Leadership Academy was an integral part of his growth as a person. “Mr. Gianfortune has been a great inspiration to me. I hadn’t taken music seriously before coming to CCHS, but being beside Mr. G as he experienced a great health scare my sophomore year inspired me to put more effort into playing the saxophone, and helped me develop a passion for it,” Albin says. “Albin is a hard-working musician and a great person,” said Mr. Gianfortune. “He has been flexible with the band to do and play whatever is best for the group.” Beyond his music, Albin believes the opportunity to be a member of the Christian Leadership class and retreats in the Leadership Academy has been one of the best of his life. “It has helped me to realize my potential and to thrive in new situations.” Albin will pursue a degree in engineering at Lehigh University and hopes to return to work in South Jersey following college.

Top Academics Mary Kate Hatch Beyond earning the number one spot in her class and being named valedictorian, Mary Kate Hatch has participated in the Camden Catholic community in more ways than simply academic. As captain of the swim team, a member of the volleyball team, Student Government, Baking Club, Stage Crew, Leadership Academy and various honor societies, Mary Kate has provided a wonderful example of dedication and drive to fellow students. “Mary Kate is an extraordinarily dedicated student,” says Biology faculty member Megan Marenco. “She has had to work hard for her grade in AP Biology; she met success and failure in this class. Her interest in biology is evident in the quality of work and involvement in class. Mary Kate brings a joyful smile to class every day and her peers love her. I think she'll make an excellent science educator.” Along with her proven success in the classroom, Mary Kate earned the title of Master Scholar in the Leadership Academy by taking several modules and completing a personal leadership project, something which helped expand her thinking outside the classroom. “My greatest learning experience has been leading retreats in Christian Leadership. It has been an impactful and unique experience to engage with other students while strengthening bonds with your classmates, and learning more about my Catholic faith and identity.” Just as much as Mrs. Marenco was an inspiration to Mary Kate’s aspirations to become an educator, we are certain she will have just as great an impact on her future students.

ATTENDING: Lehigh University (major: Civil and Environmental Engineering) ACCEPTED: Rowan University, Rutgers University-Main Campus, The College of New Jersey, University of Delaware, Villanova University SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: Lehigh University Greer Scholarship, Rowan University, The College of New Jersey, The University of Delaware: RISE Scholarship, Robertson Howard Sr. Memorial Scholarship and UD Presidential Scholarship SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: “Effects of PED use on the MLB”

ATTENDING: The College of New Jersey (honors program majoring in biology with secondary education) ACCEPTED: Immaculata University, Rowan University SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: Immaculata University Dean’s Scholarship, Rowan Merit Scholarship, TCNJ Merit Scholarship SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: “The History and Development of Modern Anesthetics”

Alumni Association Graduation Awards Special awards are presented annually by the alumni association to honor those graduates who best demonstrate the ideals of Camden Catholic High School: honor, faith and loyalty.

Green and White Alumni Award: Nicholas Bloss (Villanova University) The Green and White Alumni Award of $500 is given to a senior who excels in the area of scholastic achievement, extracurricular involvement and service to our school and the greater community. Nicholas Bloss has been a spirited fixture at CCHS events and activities throughout his four years here, all the while excelling in his academic endeavors and service projects. Congratulations, Nick!

The Monsignor Andrew E. Martin Award: Alexis Branch (Kean University) Named for arguably the school’s most enthusiastic champion, The Monsignor Martin Award of $250 is presented to a senior for their genuine love of and service to CCHS. The winner of the 2016 award is Alexis Branch. Alexis boasts an authentic passion for the spirit of CCHS. From her involvement in various activities, to being a vocal supporter of her fellow students, this award is well-deserved for the Kean University-bound graduate. 13 9


The Class of 2016: Graduating Family Legacies

Natalia Albertini ’19, Dimitria Albertini, Nilda Arroyo Albertini ’86

Tyler Albright ’11, Brooke Albright, Dan Albright ’09

Patricia Moran Becker ’86, Kaeleigh Becker

Jeff Belz ’85, Jenna Belz, Tina Senior Belz ’85

Patricia Paolini Brennan ’90, William Brennan

Jerry Campbell ’56, Ryan Campbell, Mary Jane O’Donnell Campbell ’85

David Clancy, Brian Clancy ’13, John Clancy

Sean Connolly ’86, Kelli Connolly, Nancy Wright Connolly ’86, Bob Wright ’53

Nicole Curry ’13, Marialana Curry, Gabby Curry ’14

Kiernan Ocampo ’99, Kevin Ocampo ’92, Brandon de Jesus ’14, Brad de Jesus, Brian de Jesus ’10, Jennifer Gonzales ’95, Keith Ocampo ’95

Maureen Dymond ’18, Patrick Dymond ’04, John Dymond ’77, Jack Dymond, Mary Corbett Dymond ’77, Meghan Dymond Fields ’00, Morrison Fields ’00

Morgan Keating ’09, Sam Keating, Mike Keating ’57

Savannah Fleig, Diane Harper Thompson ’63

Mary Kenney ’76, Liana Kenney, Jane Hartman Kenney ’51, Caitlin Kenney, Joe Kenney ’76

Maria Haight Dungee ’88, Edward Dungee

Liz Giordano ’13, Adam Giordano ’15, Meghan Giordano, Margaret Cornely Giordano ’87

Susan Sharp Larsen ’90, Colin Larsen


Congratulations to the 33 legacy graduates who have proudly carried on their second, third, and sometimes fourth family generation tradition of wearing the green and white.

Jessica Lynch Barrale ’07, Samantha Lynch, Justin Barrale ’07

Jack Mahoney, Jack Mahoney ’76

James Houck ’05, Casey Schmidt ’13, Christian Obuchowski, Tim Schmidt, Chris Houck ’07, Sarah Obuchowski ’13

Michele Mars Martino ’85, Emily Martino, Edward Mars ’59

Nick Noone ’07, Kris Noone

Robert DeJesus’86, Juwan Ortiz ’13, Xiomara Ortiz, Omayra Torres ’94

Elizabeth Ervin Palumbo ’95, Joe Palumbo

Donean Chinn Parker ’90, Jamal Parker

Joseph Dougherty ’52, Claire Potosky

Joe O’Brien ’60, Dianne Pund O’Brien ’76, Michael O’Brien ’01, Denise Pund Quaranta ’77, Gabrielle Quaranta, Art Quaranta ’76, Jack Pund ’74, Tony Quaranta ’73

Clarivel Rodriguez ’91, Nicholas Reyes

Robert Riccardi ’88, Caitlyn Riccardi

Christa Rowan ’12, Christine Onofrio ’82, Liam Rowan, Shane Rowan ’10

Dorothy Johnson Russell ’53, Brett Russell ’18, Ashley Russell, Christine Irwin Russell ’84, Terry Irwin Luebkemann ’79, Julia McCormick Irwin ’46

Pamela Palazzo ’72, Karen Neidig Scott ’85, Hayley Scott, Harry Neidig ’58, Rita Neidig Crowder ’62, Krista Neidig ’89

Stephanie Smith ’04, Michael Ward ’75, Carol Lanzilotti Jennings ’73, Terry Ward ’81, Shannon Ward, Kathleen Ward ’89, Tom Ward ’76


FOR THE

LOVE OF

FRANCIS The Camden Catholic family was blessed to celebrate the visit of Pope Francis to the U.S. with alumni, board members, students and faculty experiencing his love in many varied and very personal ways in New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. this past September.

Father Scott Pilarz, S.J. ’77 Camden Catholic Board of Trustees

Sister Pat Welsh, RSM ’47, former CCHS faculty

President, Georgetown Preparatory School

My trip to Philadelphia for the Pope's visit turned out to have several CCHS connections. I am Sister Pat Welsh, class of ’47, and I have done two tours of duty as a teacher at CCHS—once in the 1970s and again in the ‘80s. My cousin, Jim McGrath, who graduated from CCHS in the mid-‘60s, lives Pictured with Monica McGrath and only a couple of (seated) Sister Elizabeth O'Hara and blocks from the Sister Dorothy Lazarick, both former Parkway. So, he CCHS faculty. invited me to come and bring a couple friends. Although it wasn't planned, it turned out that my friends taught at CCHS when Jim was a student there. They are Sister Dorothy Lazarick (formerly Sister Pacelli) and Sister Elizabeth O'Hara (formerly Sister Maris Stella). Then came another CCHS surprise: while going through security, I met Carmen Garcia Mercado who was a student at CCHS when I taught there (in the ’70s, I think). She, her husband and daughter were volunteers for the event. What a small world and what a large CCHS family!

At the start of the school year, I received an invitation from the Archdiocese of Washington to bring a small group of Georgetown Prep students to greet Pope Francis at the home of the Apostolic Nuncio on Massachusetts Avenue in Washington, DC. I assumed Pictured with Georgetown Prep students who accompanied him to this would be a very large gathering, and I have to the Apostolic Nunciature to be in the greeting audience for Pope admit that I was not all that enthusiastic about the Francis on September 24, 2016 opportunity. I was reluctant to get up at 4 a.m., take a bus downtown, go through a gamut of security check points to watch the Pope step out of the Nunciature, wave at the crowd, get into his Fiat and drive to the White House. God had other plans in mind. The morning began as I expected, but when we arrived at the appointed spot, there were approximately 100 people there, most of them representing Catholic schools. The Pope did step out of the house and wave, but instead of getting into his car, he waded into the crowd. I stood back, hoping the students would have a chance to meet Pope Francis. When he was a few feet from me, he reached over a few students, grabbed my hand and asked who I was. When I told him I was a Jesuit, his expression changed, and he moved closer. He asked where I worked. When I said Georgetown Prep, he said, “I know that school. It’s our oldest school in America.” Then he leaned in and said, “Pray for me.” I replied, “I do.” He said, “Every day.” I promised, “I will.” Then with a look I will never forget, he said, “This work is not easy, this work is not easy.” I did not realize that this brief exchange had been filmed, but minutes later I got the first of hundreds of messages from family and friends who watched it on CNN and YouTube. Like so many other Americans who had a chance to meet or watch the Holy Father, I was humbled and exhilarated. I will always be grateful for my moment with Pope Francis. Scan this QR code to watch the video of Fr. Pilarz with Pope Francis.

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Carmela DiMaria ’65 I attended the Saturday event with the Pope at Indpendence Mall. And I was there by the intervention of the Holy Spirit. Prior to the Pope's visit I had been contacting friends & acquaintances in Philadelphia that might be able to accommodate me during the visit, as well as obtain a ticket for me at one of the special events, without any success. As a cancer survivor, I am committed to my follow up appointments with my doctors at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and on the Monday prior to the Pope's visit, I had a scheduled appointment. While in the waiting room, a woman walked in and sat next to me (now if you were in Philadelphia a few weeks before the Pope arrived, you could see and feel the excitement in the air all over the city). As we were watching TV, CNN was following the Pope and the woman began speaking to me. She said she was so excited about his visit because she was scheduled to be a Eucharistic minister at the Pope's Mass on Sunday and she had gotten tickets for all of the events through her large family who all live in the Philadelphia parishes. She was an exuberant woman who had taken her mother (who was near death) to Jefferson for a second opinion, and they cured her, so she was very grateful to be there. When I told her that she had taken her mother to the right place and that I was also a cancer survivor (who had worked at Jefferson for 20 years) she was so grateful to hear me say this. With that she asked me what event I was attending to see the Pope. When I replied that I didn't yet have

Joya Oasin, CCHS Faculty (Spanish and Freshman Moderator) I was asked to work security detail at Independence Hall for the Papal Visit to Philadelphia. Before the actual visit, a group of coworkers and I met with local security at the site, saw the route and entrance points for the people who would be attending the event. On September 26th, a larger group of security and event staff arrived at a meeting place at 2:30 a.m. to be escorted into downtown Philadelphia. At that time, it was still dark and the city streets were quiet and empty, though the next several hours would be quite the opposite. As the sun rose, people began to arrive; a man in native Argentine gaucho attire, children, couples, friends, families, parish groups, religious sisters in an array of habits, priests, Bishops, Archbishops and Cardinals from the U.S. and various countries. Many individuals were carrying flags and signs to represent their cultures and some were singing and chanting to welcome Pope Francis to Philadelphia. On a side stage, there were several musical and dance perform-

any tickets, she offered me tickets to all the events. I was stunned when she took my name and address to send me the tickets I needed by mail.. From that moment on, I was all in a dither. After we went our separate ways that day, I began thinking about the best way to get in and out of the city during this very busy weekend.

carrying my tickets. Hallelujah! She had the tickets and told me to stop by a local restaurant outside Center City where she had taken her mother for a late lunch because they were hungry. I met up with them and offered to pay for their lunch, but they would not hear of it. On my way home in a stupor of elation, I kept thinking that my guardian angels sent her to the seat next to me. Unbelievable God-incidence! And of course when the day came for the event, I took three of my friends and was seated in the handicapped section, up in front of the Pope, just to the left of the Cardinals and Bishops. I met a Cardinal and a Bishop from Spain and spoke to them in Italian because they did not speak English. When the Pope arrived, you could hear the cheers from the people along the route a mile away. We at Independence Mall sat silently, listening to the tidal wave of exuberance emanating from the crowds for this most Holy man who has garnered the admiration of all.

Side note: before I left Jefferson, I stopped in the lobby to get a cup of coffee, and the sleeve on the paper cup had a picture of the Pope on it. I was laughing, but so grateful and I still keep the cup in my car, so he's always there with me when I travel. While I was waiting in line at the Septa train station at 11th and Market, I decided to call my 'angel' to see if she had picked up the tickets from her parish yet, and if so I would travel up to her residence in Willow Grove later, since I was already in Philadelphia and leery of any possible delivery problems with the mail

ances which showed the diversity of the audience awaiting the Pontiff. When Pope Francis made his way along the route to the Independence Mall stage, you could hear the crowd cheering as he drove by in the “Pope Mobile.” As he approached the stage area, I was able to see him

up close, when he turned and faced the section of the crowd, where I was standing. He smiled, waved and greeted the people who were looking forward to seeing him and hearing his message.

This is the third Pontiff that I have seen in person, but it was the closest in proximity. What an event! What a day! What a feeling that I can never forget and even as I am writing this months later, tears well up in my eyes knowing that the Lord, My God, who answers everyone's prayers, has once again in my life blessed me in his gentle way! So goes the story of seeing the Pope in person. CCHS students Caroline Smith ’17 & Cecilia Wigginton ’17 were among Diocesan students selected to attend the Papal Mass at Madison Square Garden.

As a Spanish teacher and fluent speaker, I was able to listen to Pope Francis and understand his eloquent words in Spanish, his native language. For me, this was special and significant and one of the most marvelous moments of the day. La habilidad que yo tenía de escuchar y entender al Papa Franciso en español hizo la experiencia aún más personal. I listened and focused on all that Pope Francis said that day in September. The discourse was didactic and insightful, moving and hopeful. I will be forever grateful for the unique opportunity to be a part of the Papal Visit to Philadelphia.

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Rosemarie O'Brien Loughlin ’85

Pictured with daughter Abby ’18 and husband Kevin

Participation during the Pope's September visit was an amazingly blessed moment in my life! I had signed up to help at the Convention Center on Friday and Saturday as a security check point helper and as a Communion assistant at the Papal Mass on Sunday. The banners posted around Center City shared the Pope's message of “Have the courage to be truly happy” and “We all have the duty to do good.” These words resonated throughout my experience of the weekend. My volunteering began at the Philadelphia Convention Center as an usher at Mass and Adoration on Friday, September 25. Traveling to Philadelphia early in the morning on Patco, a group of people entered the train from Ferry Avenue laughing and clapping their hands while singing songs about “Francisco.” One woman smiled and noticing my volunteer shirt, thanked me for my service and gave me a bracelet with an Our Lady of Guadalupe charm and two Mass cards from her church. She told me how she and her group were here from Mexico and were being hosted at a church in Camden. It was only 7 o'clock in the morning and yet, I was already experiencing the first of many magical moments. I encountered wonderful people the rest of the day, from the seminarians from California who told

Allison Steck ’12 “Pope Weekend,” as it became known around the city, brought a mix of emotions to Philadelphia locals. As plans were set, streets started closing, and businesses had to make new arrangements, an air of annoyance and bitterness started to spread. Many people made plans to leave the city for a getaway from the foreseen chaos and crowds. I, however, decided that I wanted to be an integral part of the action. In the winter of 2015 I had an opportunity to go to a meeting to see what the volunteer position for the World Meeting of Families was all about. After attending, I knew I wanted to be in on the action. After signing up, background checks, and an online training webinar, I was in! I received my assigned location and showed up in the iconic highlighter 18

me they had traveled from the “Land of Mickey Mouse” to a woman who had attended the World Meeting of Families in Spain in 2006 as a participant and had encountered so many warm people on her trip that when she heard the World Meeting of Families was traveling to Pennsylvania, she could not wait to sign up to give back to the pilgrims attending the Philadelphia convention. My husband Kevin and daughter Abby (CCHS Class of 2018) joined me on Saturday and we walked through the streets serenaded by a Mission group from Texas who did not have tickets to attend any of the events but came to Philadelphia over 100 strong to play guitars and drums and joined their voices in song. The empty streets of downtown Philadelphia only helped to carry their voices to many and lent in the celebratory atmosphere of the day. We attended the World Family concert on the Parkway Saturday night and breathlessly waited in the same spot for 5 hours for the “Pope Mobile” motorcade to travel past us. It was all worth the wait and almost unbelievable to have witnessed the Pope. On the way back home, we found our friends Donna and Steph, with CCHS alum Kevin Callahan '79 who had traveled by bicycle over the Ben Franklin Bridge. Sunday's Papal mass found me at the Art Museum steps at 8 a.m. waiting for my training instructions on how to serve in my role as a Communion assistant. There were over 500 priests attending the Mass and over 250 Communion volunteers. The training was brief, we would line up next to the fenced area surrounding the Mass site and when the priests step out at Communion we would walk beside them, holding an umbrella over their head to protect the body of Christ from the elements. We were told that communion was to last for only seven minutes. We were not to linger after seven

orange T-shirt. On the Saturday before the Pope's Mass on the Parkway, a festival was held with music and an address by Pope Francis himself. The crowds showed up in masses and the energy was electric. I greeted people as the Pope arrived, assisted with the security process, and answered questions about logistics and schedules. As word spread that Pope Francis was on his way, people swarmed to the barricades to catch a glimpse as the Pope rode by in his ever famous “Pope Mobile.” When he finally came riding down the Parkway, the excitement and anticipation was palpable. Cameras were raised, babies were shoved in the direction of the Pope's view and cheers were loud. The initial bitterness of the event melted and the compassion of the Pope's smile took over. On the Sunday of the Pope's Mass, even more people showed up to witness history. I met people from Argentina, Texas, Vietnam, and Connecticut. Families and youth groups, couples and friends,

minutes but to return immediately to the assigned area. We were also instructed to act as a watch guard for the host. If a congregant did not immediately place the communion wafer in their mouth and instead walked away with it, we were to alert the priest to go after the person to find out why (thankfully, this did not happen!). The wait for the 4 o'clock mass was lengthy but I met amazing visitors from around the country who came to volunteer for the mass. I also ran into my former next door neighbor from Pennsauken and CCHS graduate Ginny D'Italia ’82, also a Communion assistant, who I had not seen in over 25 years! The big moment had arrived, walking in our assigned lines, next to our assigned partner, crossed the street and lined up next to the fence. When Communion began, we walked briskly (only had seven minutes!) to reach the hundreds of people on the grass around the Parkway. Together, with Fr. Andrew from San Jose Texas, we witnessed the tears of joy and look of beautiful serenity on the faces of the Communicants receiving Communion at the Papal Mass. My daughter also celebrated her 16th birthday on Sunday, September 27 and was thrilled to have spent her birthday with Pope Francis! Following the Pope's message - we were truly happy! President Emeritus Msgr. Andrew Martin attended the Papal Mass at Madison Square Garden and was pleased to meet the talented Harry Connick Jr., who performed at the Mass on September 25.

Church communities and Philadelphia neighbors alike waited in lines with patience just to hear what Pope Francis would say to the city. As the Mass began, the quiet that overtook the Parkway was unreal. The amount of people, the sense of community and the beauty of the entire event was more than words can describe. Those who attended the event (or watched it on television) know just how inspiring and truly amazing the World Meeting of Families was. The cooperation of about 10,000 volunteers, the Police Department, the Fire Department, the Coast Guard, and everyone in between made this event run smoothly, safely and most importantly, showed the “Brotherly Love” and “Sisterly Affection” that Philadelphia is known for. Volunteering for the Pope's visit is something that I will always look back on fondly.

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Camden Catholic Students, Faculty & Alumni Celebrate the Jubilee Year of Mercy FOR THE LOVE OF FRANCIS

In March of 2015 Pope Francis made a special declaration: “I have decided to announce an Extraordinary Jubilee which has at its centre the mercy of God. It will be a Holy Year of Mercy. We want to live in the light of the word of the Lord: ‘Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful’ (cf. Lk 6:36). And this especially applies to confessors! So much mercy!” The Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy is being celebrated from December 8th, 2015—the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and the 50th anniversary of the closing of Vatican II— to the Solemnity of Christ the King on November 20, 2016. With this proclamation, Pope Francis was giving Catholics all over the world an invitation to humbly participate in their faith by participating in works of mercy. Here we feature students and young alumni who are beautiful examples of living a life inspired by Christ in celebration of the Jubilee Year.

Students Welcome Refugees Several students from the CCTV crew have been intensely following the refugee situation on the news throughout the year. So, when Catholic Charities asked for volunteers to assist at a refugee welcome event themed around the Jubilee Year of Mercy, our students were ready. The students met families from Iraq, Myanmar and other places, as they helped distract children with entertaining activities and listened to the stories of the refugee families.

To learn more about the Jubilee Year of Mercy and how you can participate, visit www.im.va.

What can I do to make the most of the Year of Mercy? Courtesy of www.yearofmercy.org

• Go to Confession regularly — monthly or even weekly. • Forgive those who are in need of your mercy. • Fulfill the conditions for plenary indulgences and consider offering those indulgences for the Holy Souls in Purgatory.

Abigail Loughlin, class of 2018, made a pilgrimage as her participation in the Year of Mercy. Along with fellow parishioners from her parish, St. Mary of the Lakes, Abby traveled to St. Paul’s in Burlington, visiting the Holy Door at the parish which is a worship site of St. Katharine Drexel.

• Go on a pilgrimage. • Practice the corporal and spiritual works of mercy every day. • Place the Divine Mercy Image in a prominent place in your home and venerate it daily. Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy daily, imploring mercy "on us, and on the whole world." Pictured: Joanna Gardner, Catholic Charities Social Ministries Communicator, Theresa Gardner ’18, Emily Devereaux ’18, Chris Spano ’18, Jacob Weismer ’18, Adam Altenbach ’16, Jack Mahoney ’16, Jessica Lin ’17 and Mary Gardner ’20.

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• Make the Stations of the Cross regularly, especially at 3 p.m., the Hour of Great Mercy. • Pray Pope Francis's Year of Mercy Prayer.

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Angela Ebbert, class of 2018 shares her

Christina Wambach, class of 2013 is a nursing third station was a ‘pharmacy’ created through the use

experience doing a Corporal Work of Mercy at the Cathedral Kitchen in Camden.

student at The University of Scranton. She shares her experience of traveling to the Dominican Republic on a medical mission this year. The students of CCHS assisted Christina with collecting items and supplies throughout the year to assist the mission.

This year I volunteered at the Cathedral Kitchen in Camden, New Jersey, helping prepare meals, serve dinner, and clean the dining room after the meal service. By performing this service I learned that I work well in high stress situations. I was reminded of

In March of 2015 I had the privilege of going on a medical mission trip to the Dominican Republic. Our medical team consisted of 26 people who ranged from nursing students to advanced practice nurses, physicians, high school students, and volunteers. The team was put together through a non-profit organization known as Island Impact that was founded by Rob and Kelli Nelson. The purpose of this mission trip was to provide free medical support to people who live in villages that lack access to medical care. Through the use of mobile clinics we were able to render care to almost 1,000 people, who otherwise would not have received medical evaluation.

my compassion for those less fortunate, and I felt privileged to have the opportunity to help them. The other volunteers at the kitchen were very nice and supportive. It felt good to be surrounded by people working towards the same mission as I. Participating in community service helps me to feel relaxed because I can take a break from my normal routine and focus on helping others.

Due to luggage limitations by the airline, many members of our team packed a week’s worth of clothing in one backpack in order to maximize checking in two suitcases of medical supplies. Together, we checked in 32 suitcases filled with 50 pounds of medications from “over-the-counter” to antibiotics, prenatal, infant, children, and adult vitamins, first aid and hygiene supplies, medical equipment, toys and much more.

This experience allowed me to appreciate how fortunate I am, as well as to realize that I don’t need to always upgrade to the latest and greatest phone or unnecessary gadget. Interacting one-on-one with the people at the Cathedral Kitchen opened my eyes to allow me to see that I don’t need these things, as they are not vital to survive. It was a rewarding experience for me, both spiritually and emotionally, and I truly feel that those people helped me more than I helped them.

Each day we would travel by truck to a new village, set up our clinic in a church or school, and rearrange pews or desks as necessary to create a ‘make-shift’ clinic. In our tiny space, individuals seeking care would receive a small piece of paper that began the process of medical evaluation. The first station consisted of vital signs, chief complaints, simple laboratory tests performed on site, and any known past medical history. The second station was an evaluation by medical professionals, who then prescribed or rendered necessary treatment. The

Corporal Works of Mercy Sometimes it helps to think of concrete ways we can participate, and to view the examples set forth by Jesus in the Gospel as inspiration. Corporal Works of mercy are just that. As its name implies, the Corporal Works are directed toward serving the body, or “corpus,” in Latin.

of suitcases and supplies brought by the team. With the help of experienced translators at every station, the language barrier was removed. In total we saw about 225 patients per day within a four-hour time frame. Our patient population ranged from 26 days old to 85 years old. Illnesses treated included hypertension, diabetes, prenatal care, cardiac issues requiring hospital attention, broken bones, wound care, visual problems,

Dominican-type flu, well child check-ups, and a variety infections. I chose to do this service trip because I wanted to have the opportunity to help those that are less fortunate. It allowed me to see a different world of health care and understand the true meaning of helping all people no matter what. This experience allowed me to look at myself and discover why I chose to pursue a career in nursing. I got to discover a true love of helping others and find enjoyment in making an impact in someone’s life. This trip allowed me to continue working on assessment skills, learn about different medications and illnesses, and to ensure proper care is always given to everyone regardless of cultural or environmental barriers. I am excited to take the courage and knowledge that I have gained through this trip and apply it to my nursing career.

Spiritual Works of Mercy Spiritual Works focus on the needs of the soul. Just as we should help others with their physical needs, so too must we help them with their spiritual needs. THERE ARE SEVEN SPIRITUAL WORKS OF MERCY • Admonish the sinner

THERE ARE SEVEN CORPORAL WORKS OF MERCY

• Instruct the ignorant

• Feed the hungry

• Counsel the doubtful

• Give drink to the thirsty

• Bear wrongs patiently

• Clothe the naked

• Forgive offenses willingly

• Shelter the homeless

• Comfort the afflicted

• Visit the sick

• Pray for the living and the dead

• Visit the imprisoned • Bury the dead

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Erin Campbell, class of 2018 and Ryan Campbell, class of 2016 In the summer of 2015 we had the opportunity to travel to La Valle, Haiti with our cousins Will O’Donnell ’04, and aunt as volunteers through the organization of Alliance for Haiti’s Children. With generous contributions from friends, family and CCHS (the girls lacrosse team helped raise money), we were able to carry over 20 bags of school supplies. The camp

Isabella Dolente, class of 2013 will be entering her senior year at The University of Scranton. She recently traveled to Ecuador through Scranton’s International Service Program and shares her experience with us. Service. One of the most powerful words one can speak. “Go forth and set the world on fire” is a Jesuit motto that is instilled in all students at Scranton, challenging us to do service in order to affect positive change in this

Erika Ward, class of 2014, is entering her junior year at Princeton University. She is currently on an internship with UBelong at a center for children with intellectual disabilities in Hanoi, Vietnam. “I'm teaching lessons as well as acting as a general caretaker for a group of 10 children,” says Erika. “I'll be here for eight weeks and on the weekends I'll be able to visit some amazing places like Ha Long Bay and Sapa, which is also really exciting.” Great work, Erika!

is free for the children and all of the money raised goes directly to their aid. During the week we taught classes in the morning and helped with sports, arts and crafts and computers in the afternoon. The children we met faced unimaginable poverty and hardship, some walking over two hours each day to get to the camp. One of our goals was to make the children as happy as possible during the time we spent with them. Taking on this type of challenge was a big responsibility however, it was a life changing experience that will stay with us for the rest of our lives. In fact, we now financially support two of the campers during their school year. We are going back again this July to hopefully make a small difference in the children’s lives.

Service Learning at CCHS LEARNING TO SERVE, SERVING TO LEARN Camden Catholic’s goal of educating the whole person, and exposing all students to the many dimensions of the Body of Christ is an intricate part of the experience of service. Students emerge from their service work as more caring and socially responsible young adults who see the endless possibilities the world presents to them. Four year students will have completed a minimum of 80 hours of service!

world. This is the foundation of the International Service Program (ISP) at The University of Scranton. This mantra inspired me as I woke each morning in Quito, Ecuador alongside seven other students at The Working Boys Center in Ecuador. We had traveled there to assist Ecuadorian families seeking aid from the Center, which is known as a resource and a safe place. There, they teach skills, offer English class and share tips on how to save money. When a family saves enough money, they have a Minga, which is the building of a house for the family. I was fortunate to participate in the Minga while we were there. From playing with the kids, to building a house, visiting families in their homes, cooking meals for the families and learning about the culture and people of Ecuador, the first 10 days of June were the best 10 days of my life. The values I have learned from grade school to Camden Catholic and then onto Scranton, are going to be instilled with me for the rest of my life. Service is among the greatest of those values. I went on this trip to serve and give of myself to others. What did I come back with? I came back with knowledge about the country and culture, a sense of humbleness and gratitude, and a feeling of love. Love for the people, love for service, and love for life.

SAVE THE DATE

HOMECOMING Friday, October 14 Family Fest 4-7 p.m. and Game 7 p.m.

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The Arts at CCHS

Pippin Brings Magic to the Stage Following the 2015 rousing run of Les Miserables on the Grandi Auditorium stage in 2015 the performing arts students had set the bar high for their 2016 production. Tasked with an entirely different type of show, featuring an introspective theme and passionate choreography, they did it with Pippin. Led once again by director Angela Leone ’04, under the guidance of Joe Farina ’73 and with the addition of Joanne Mullin McBride ’84 as choreographer, the students worked for months on the set, the song and dance numbers, and the intense themes of this show set in medieval times. Jeff Fitzpatrick ’17, playing Charlemagne (center, above) is surrounded by The Players. Jeff is the son of Brian Fitzpatrick ’87, who was also a star on the stage during his days at CCHS. Natalya Jones ’16 (right) decided to give the stage a shot for the first time this year, and ended up starring as the Leading Player to the delight of audiences.

This year’s cast was fortunate enough to experience a moment of magic with the touring cast of Broadway’s Pippin, who happened to be performing in Philadelphia just weeks prior to the opening of the Camden Catholic show. Arranged by Charles Hallanan, CCHS music director, the cast was invited to an exclusive Q&A session and acrobat demonstration at the Academy of Music with members of the touring cast. Aidan McDonald ’17, who played Pippin in the Camden Catholic production, was also invited to appear on NBC10 with Brian Flores, Pippin in the touring cast. Jeff Fitzpatrick ’17, (left) who played Charlemagne, had the opportunity to meet John Rubinstein, who originated the title role in Pippin in 1972, and took over the role of Charlemagne in the 2016 version. Sarah Robbins ’17 with Sabrina Harper (left). Both play Fastrada in their respective Pippin productions. The CCHS cast (below) at the Academy of Music with members of Broadway’s Pippin touring cast.

Aidan McDonald ’17 (left) was the perfect choice to play Pippin as he depicted the struggle to determine his purpose in life. In true CCHS performing arts fashion, more than 100 students participated in the cast, crew and band of this year’s spring musical. Bravo, students!

Honoring Mr. Gianfortune At the Thanksgiving Spirit Week Mass in November, the Class of 2015 offered a truly special memento to Mr. Joe “G” Gianfortune to thank him for his tireless dedication to the students of Camden Catholic: an arts mural dedicated in his name to welcome visitors to the Grandi Auditorium.

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Arts News & Notes Sarah Robbins ’17 and Cassidy Anderson ’18 were selected for the New Jersey All-State Chorus 2016. CCHS placed third at the DeSales University Shakespeare Competition this year. Senior international student Crystal Ye won a $2,000 scholarship for her monologue performance as Lady Macbeth. Camden Catholic students have won scholarships at this competition three times, and have placed in the showcase five out of seven years of competing.

2016 All South Jersey Band: Dion Xia ’19, flute; Kenneth Dilks ’17, oboe; Thomas Marciano ’18, French horn

2016 Olympic Conference Senior Band: Dion Xia ’19, flute; Kenneth Dilks ’17, oboe; Hannah Lenkowski ’19, clarinet

Debut of New Instrumental Ensembles Two new musical ensembles debuted this spring at Camden Catholic, and will continue next school year as formal academic courses. String ensemble was represented at the senior prom with a trio performance by Theresa Gardner ’18, violin; Chloe Liu ’19, violin; and Reyland Demonteverde ’18, cello. After their premiere at the spring concert, members of the wind ensemble performed for this year’s graduation ceremony. Dion Xia ’19 and Grace Elgart ’18, flutes; Kenneth Dilks ’17, oboe; Hannah Lenkowski ’19 and Mia Nixon ’19, clarinets; Ryan Malitsky ’19, saxophone; Liam Riley ’17 and Elisa Barile ’17, trumpets; Thomas Marciano ’18, french horn; Alexander Rosado ’17, baritone; Jarred Chow ‘18, piano; Christopher O’Callaghan ’18, timpani; John Marino, Jr. ’18, drums.

Led by Mrs. Werner-Kaiser and Mr. Corbett drama students competed at the NJDFL (New Jersey Drama and Forensics League) annual competition. CCHS was the only Catholic school to compete amongst a group of more than 250 students. Mrs. Werner-Kaiser also was a judge in the category of “Persuasive Speeches.” Theater and vocal students enjoyed an exclusive behind-the-scenes experience at Finding Neverland on Broadway in April. They were invited to an actor’s workshop led by Jonathon Ritter and Stanley Krifka, cast members in the Broadway show. They were taught a Finding Neverland song and accompanying choreography.

Band Performs at Philadelphia’s Christmas Village Camden Catholic’s Pep Band kicked off the 2015 Philadelphia Christmas Village by leading the procession throughout Love Park on Thanksgiving weekend. Prior to leading the parade around the plaza, the band gave a brief stage performance including “Jingle Bell Rock,” “White Christmas” and “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town.”

Pep Band Featured on Fox 29 “Good Day Philadelphia”

SAVE THE DATE 2017 SPRING MUSICAL

CINDERELLA March 3 & 4 at 7:30 p.m. March 10 & 11 at 7:30 p.m. March 12 at 2 p.m.

The Pep Band was the featured house band for Breakfast with Bob Kelly on Fox 29’s “Good Day Philadelphia” morning show when they filmed at Amy’s Omelette House in Cherry Hill. In addition to missing some classes (including concert band!), eating a nice breakfast, and playing on television, the students had a great time with Mr. Kelly. The performance concluded with an improvised five-minute long version of the school fight song which has now become known as “The Bob Kelly Loop.” Mr. Kelly even tweeted a selfie with the band. 23


You’ve Got a Friend in Phipps He first arrived at Camden Catholic more than half a century ago, in 1963, fresh out of Villanova University to the brand new campus of Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill. The original campus had burned down in Camden in 1961 and the class of 1963 was the first to graduate from the “new” school. Jack’s inaugural position on the faculty was as a member of the math department, a role which he adeptly performed for the next 50-plus years. He eventually added the role of guidance counselor to his responsibilities, working under the renowned Fr. William Hart in that department as he became a pro at leading students and parents through the trials and tribulations of high school, and even more-importantly through the college admissions process. "I have admired Jack Phipps since the first day I met him in July of 1984,” says President Emeritus Msgr. Andrew Martin. “His love for and pride in Camden Catholic High School was so obvious to me that day. During the next 26 years as principal and president of CCHS I frequently sought his advice because I knew his perspective was always focused on what would be best for the students. In the teaching vocation I believe there is no one more valuable than an advocate for the student. That is Jack Phipps! Camden Catholic will hire a new counselor, we will never have another Jack Phipps.” Longtime friend Joe Galliera, interim Athletic Director and former CCHS faculty member and coach, first met Jack in 1967 when they were both young teachers at CCHS. Being Villanova alumni they became fast friends. When asked to describe Jack in a few words, Joe says “Devoted, 24

dedicated, meticulous, funny, and love. Jack has always been devoted to Pat and his family, dedicated to his students, meticulous to details when helping others, funny at lunch, and loving the simple things in life. I am very grateful for being given this opportunity to spend time with Jack during this past year at Camden Catholic. He is the brother that I never had and the friend that I am happy to have.” Mr. Phipps is without-a-doubt one of Camden Catholic’s most legendary faculty members who has been a trusted friend to thousands of students during his tenure. A friendly face, a welcoming presence, and a gifted teacher, Mr. Phipps will be missed by his colleagues yet, his influence will live on through his many the many students with whom he has worked. A fitting tribute, Mr. Phipps was honored with the Good Shepherd Award at Baccalaureate for the class of 2016 in June. This award, voted on solely by the senior class, is bestowed on the faculty member who “regularly represents the value of transmitting knowledge and demonstrates care of the students through teaching, example and positive relationships.” Congratulations, Jack! We will miss you.

Close friend and outgoing CCHS athletic director Joe Galliera congratulates Jack.

Mr. Phipps celebrates his retirement with his wife Pat, their children and grandchildren.

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Hundreds of former students and colleagues offered their sentiments to Mr. Phipps upon hearing of his retirement:

Faculty News Anniversaries A few of our most cherished teachers celebrated milestone anniversaries as members of the Camden Catholic faculty this year.

“Three generations of my family have been touched by your dedication.” “CCHS will never be the same.” “You are the reason I was accepted to Villanova.”

Tony D'Antonio: 50 years

Jim Crawford: 40 years

Chris Ehrmann: 30 years

Kathy DiCamillo: 25 years at CCHS, 40 in the Diocese of Camden

“We could not have gotten where we are today without your support and guidance.” “Thank you for your patience and guidance.” “Mr. Phipps you are a wonderful, amazing, talented CCHS legend!” “Thank you for your unending kindness and seeming bottomless supply of patience and tolerance. I took to heart many words of your wisdom. I can only imagine how many young lives you altered in your career. A million thank yous!” “You never let me settle for anything less than my best and I will always be grateful for your support.” “A man who always had time for students.” “I modeled my own teaching of math from his example.” “You are one of the many reasons that Camden Catholic holds a special place in my heart.” “Tears in my eyes thinking of the tremendous impact you had on me.” “The reason I am a math teacher today.” “He laid the foundation for me to get through calculus in college, and to get into dental school.”

Keeping Busy… Donna Maccherone (English) is volunteering with Catholic Charities this summer. She is spending two afternoons a week as an English language support and enrichment teacher for teenage refugees whose families are getting general support through Catholic Charities Refugee and Immigration Services. “My students (class size is approximately 15) range in age from 7th through 12th grade. I am also working separately with a student who is entering Camden County College in the fall. Most of the students are from Burma; a few are from Ethiopia. They are really bright kids, charming and witty. They speak and understand English quite well, but they need to strengthen reading and writing skills in order to keep up in mainstream classrooms,” says Donna. Theresa Gardner ’18 is a math tutor in the same program…Nancy Werner-Kaiser (English) is leading a writing initiative at Rowan College of Burlington County…Dianne Heck (Science) led her biology students’ participation in the “NJ Environthon.” After months of preparation and a night of sleep under the stars, four sophomores, David Nguyen, Jacob Weismer, Shane Costello, and Wei Zhang, placed second of all new teams! The competition prepares high school students with the knowledge and skills to be young leaders, decision makers and problem solvers of today's natural resources concerns. Preparation sessions included listening to bird calls, identifying freshwater macroinvertebrates in order to determine a stream's health, identifying soil types for determining best use of land, measuring trees' height and diameter to calculate how much lumber could be produced by the trees…Lindsey Murphy (Library) continues to lead the Cathedral Scholars program in pursuits beyond the walls of CCHS. The Scholars made several excursions this year, including to the Mutter Museum, Reading Terminal Market and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. 25


Fighting Irish Athletics

Girls Lacrosse players present Aryn McCormick and Seamus Cullen with gifts at the Trooper Cullen dedication game Girls Lacrosse lost one of its biggest fans when New Jersey State Trooper Sean Cullen was killed in a tragic accident while on duty in March. Sean's fiance Aryn McCormick is a 2002 CCHS graduate and a former Irish lacrosse coach. Aryn and Sean continued to be great supporters of the team after she finished coaching, bringing their son Seamus along to games to cheer on the girls. This was a huge loss for the Camden Catholic family. In remembrance of Sean, and in support of Aryn and Sean’s family, the team dedicated their game against Cherry Hill East to them. They wore blue ribbons in their hair, raised funds to donate to the family, and presented Aryn and Seamus with special gifts on behalf of the team. We continue to keep the Cullen and McCormick families in our daily prayers.

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College Commitments DIVISION I Khaia Baranowski: Villanova University, Lacrosse Kelli Connolly: St. Francis Univ., Field Hockey Jordan Jefferson: Colgate University, Football Mark McCormick: Rider University, Wrestling Jamal Parker: Kent State University, Football Tyree Rodgers: Virginia Tech University, Football DIVISION II Julia Braungart: Gannon University, Basketball Jake Mackara: Millersville University, Baseball Jack Mahoney: Catawba College, Lacrosse Alexandra Newman: Holy Family Univ., Lacrosse Sierra Taylor: Kutztown University, Basketball Jasmine Williams: East Stoudsburg, Volleyball Zarria Williams: Ohio Christian University, Track

DIVISION III Brooke Albright: Rowan University, Lacrosse Jay Crusemire: Virginia Wesleyan College, Baseball Nolan Gerold: Rutgers Univ.-Camden, Baseball Henry Morris: Misericordia University, Football Nick Reyes: College of New Jersey, Football Joe Palumbo: Rutgers Univ.-Camden, Baseball Chloe Potillo: The College of New Jersey, Lacrosse Anthony Richardson: State University of New York at Cortland, Football Madison Smith: Ramapo College, Volleyball Jake Stillings: Rowan University, Football Ashley Surgner: Rutgers Univ.-Newark, Softball Taiah Thornton: Fairleigh-Dickinson University, Basketball

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Athletic Awards and Honors Kelli Connolly ’16 received the Sportsmanship Award from the South Jersey Coaches Association. Pictured with president Mike Gatley. Kelly was an All-South Jersey field hockey player who was voted to win this award based on her outstanding conduct during her Camden Catholic field hockey career. Seniors Mark McCormick (Rider University) and Khaia Baranowski (Villanova University) were named Olympic Conference Scholar-Athletes of the Year. They are pictured with Athletic Director Joe Galliera and Principal Heather Crisci. Mark and Khaia are true Irish examples of hard work both in the classroom and on the field (or mat!). Mark is a four-time regional wrestling champion and a state placeholder who has more than 100 wins. Khaia surpassed 700 career saves as the Irish lacrosse goalie and was also named the Goalie of the Year by the Women’s Lacrosse Club of South Jersey.

Tim Bieg ’97 was inducted into the Al Carino South Jersey Basketball Club Hall of Fame in February. He is pictured with fellow CCHS basketball legends and Carino Hall of Famers Jim Crawford and Phil Raimondo ’52

Camden Catholic Wrestling was ranked number 23 in the NJ.com ranking of the “Top 25 Sports Dynasties of All-Time.” Congrats Irish Wrestlers past and present. Bobby Ray Stinson '02 was inducted into the South Jersey Wrestling Hall of Fame in November. Chad Walsh ’13, now wrestling for Rider University, made a comeback win in the NCAA quarter-final match to secure his first All-American status and the Walsh family's second (Chad's brother Taylor ’10 was name an All-American last year as he made it to the national final wrestling for the Indiana Hoosiers).

Thank You Marlene Grimes ’86,

Athletic Milestones TRACK: the 4x400 Relay of Zarria Williams, Moriah Hall, Taiah Thornton and Holly Bednarek won the South Jersey Small School Division Championship at Penn Relays. This is Camden Catholic’s very first win at the historic national track championship at the University of Pennsylvania.

FOOTBALL: Second year coach Nick Strom and a strong group of senior leadership led the team to a 9-1 season and to the West Jersey Football League Championship. Highlights of the season were the team’s thrilling victory over second-ranked Camden High School on October 10, 21-16 and the Thanksgiving Day win over rival Paul VI 30-9.

SOFTBALL: Ashley Surgner ’16 batted her 100th hit during the Non-Public Group A South quarterfinal at Notre Dame.

Athletic Director, Coach and Mentor For almost 10 years Ms. Grimes was an integral member of the Camden Catholic family as she led our athletic department and our more than 20 athletic programs. Under her leadership our teams brought home several conference championships, competed at the highest level in the state tournament, volleyball was implemented as a varsity sport, over 100 graduates received college athletic scholarships, and the list goes on. Ms. Grimes was not only a devoted athletic director, but she was also an assistant girls basketball coach for many years and, as a CCHS alumna and former player, was a true mentor for so many young women on the team. She was awarded the Ted Hampton “Person of the Year” Award by the boys basketball program in 2014 for her many contributions to the school, and tireless work on behalf of the coaches and teams over the years. Thank you for your service, Marlene! Continued on next page

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Athletic Milestones (continued) BASEBALL: led by 13 seniors and alumnus coach Bob Bergholtz ’95, the Camden Catholic baseball team made this a season to remember. Ranked among the top programs in South Jersey throughout the year, the Fighting Irish finished the season 19-8-1. Among the most exciting wins were the Oakcrest Tournament championship, the Rancocas Valley Tournament championship (in which Nolan Gerold brought home the MVP trophy), the 11-inning state tournament game vs. Paul VI and the upset of Red Bank Catholic in the SJ semifinal. Jay Crusemire ’16, Nolan Gerold ’16 and Billy Eisler ’17 were named to the Carpenter Cup team, among many other honors.

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Coach Palladino made history with win number 600 as the Irish girls defeated Shawnee in the home opener of the 2015-16 season. What an amazing accomplishment for an Irish legend!

She is only the second coach to achieve such a feat in South Jersey. Dozens of alumni players joined her to celebrate as she was overcome with emotion at the final buzzer. Coach Palladino was also inducted into the Camden County Sports Hall of Fame in October. Congratulations Coach!

LACROSSE: Sophomore lax star Saige-Lyn Gidzinski scored her 100th goal vs. Collinsgwood, senior Chloe Potillo (College of New Jersey) scored her 100th goal during an emotional matchup vs. Cherry Hill East in the Trooper Cullen dedication game, and senior Khaia Baranowski (Villanova University) made her 700th save as goalie during an April game at Northern Burlington. Coach Bridget Bigley Sipera ’02 was named Conference Coach of the Year by NJ.com as she led the team to a competitive run in the state tournament, upsetting Mount Saint Mary’s in the quarterfinal before falling in triple overtime to Shore Regional in the semifinal.

The Irish were led by several talented seniors, including Taiah Thornton and Julia Braungart, who both scored their 1,000th points during their final season in the green and white. The team won the annual Boardwalk Classic in Wildwood in December and was ranked among the top teams in South Jersey throughout the entire season. GIRLS & BOYS SOCCER dominated Pennsauken in the annual Rudderow Cup. The girls won 4-0 with two goals from Danielle Rooney and one apiece from Benedetta Seffino ’16 and Audrey Esposito ’17. Goalie Kate Deutsch ’18 had her first shutout this season. Deutsch also had the most saves in the state of New Jersey for the 2015 season. The boys team won 4-2 with Christian Belz ’18 scoring three goals and Antonio Spinosi ’17 with one goal.

WRESTLING: Mark McCormick ’16 made history becoming a Region 7 Champ all four years of high school! He is only the 21st wrestler in the state of New Jersey to complete this feat. Freshman Lucas Revano was also a Region 7 champion this year. BOYS BASKETBALL traveled to Union Catholic in the state tournament and although they fell to a talented team, they were able to reconnect with Union Catholic president and Camden Catholic Hall of Famer Sister Percy Lee Hart ’52.

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Irish Athletics Get a New Look Camden Catholic is pleased to announce a refreshed brand for our athletic teams and school spirit apparel! Be sure to check out our Blarney Store (online or in school Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-1 p.m.) for an awesome selection of Irish gear.

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Class of 2020 Proud Legacy Families Welcome

Our Legacy. Their Opportunity. A Proud Tradition. The 129-year traditions of Camden Catholic remain strong thanks especially to our legacy families. Legacy students arrive at CCHS, confident in the future that awaits thanks to the memories shared by generations before them. We treasure the alumni families who choose to extend their relationship with Camden Catholic by sending their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren here to experience the same faith-filled high school years which they had the great fortune to enjoy.

Natalie Berry & Emily Berry ’17

Olivia Branco and Donna Whalen Branco ’88 (not pictured: Jane Grady Whalen ’64)

Matthew Callaway with Rebecca Pimble Callaway ’99

Madelyn Catrambone with Frank Catrambone ’71

Meghan Cooney & Joe Cooney ’76

Jordan Davis with Maya Worlds ’96

Xavian Diaz with Idanis Peter-Diaz ’86

Sean Folcher (not pictured: Daniel Folcher ’55 and Mary Anne O'Neill Folcher ’62)

Shane Gallagher with Kathleen Dignam Gallagher ’87

Austin Granroth with Kyla Granroth ’14

Raven Jones & Renata Jones ’98

Giovanni Loperfido & Tom Loperfido ’83 (not pictured: Nancy Leone Loperfido ’49)

Claire Marino and Mary McKernan Wolfram ’50

Jason Miller & Jason Miller ’94

True Moore & Joseph Moore ’85

Darren Parker with Robert Parker ’91

David Pierantozzi with Gabe Pierantozzi ’86

Abigal Romani and Hannah Romani with Brian Romani ’90 and Erin Garrity Romani ’91

Isabelle Rosario with Joseph Rosario ’87 and Lisa Filachek Rosario ’84

Timothy Sawn with John Sawn ’83 and Carol Patzer Sawn ’85

Peter Stemetzki with Maribeth Dougherty ’82 (not pictured, Elizabeth Stemetzki ’13, George Dougherty ’45 deceased)

Ryan Walsh and Katie Walsh with John Walsh ’85 and Liz Vigrass Walsh ’87

Natalie Wisnoski & Janet Marteralla Miller ’52

Not pictured: Daniel Baker and Ted Baker ’92; Brielle Benson and Kimberly Jones Benson ’87; Jamir Bullock and John Bullock ’87; Kylie Devereaux and MaryAnn Lovett Devereaux ’63; Colin Gladden and Robert Gladden ’40 (deceased); Aric Hall and Karyn Robinson ’94; Emily Lenkowski and Kevin Lenkowski ’89; Claire Marino and Mary McKernan Wolfrom ’50; Jayla Parker and Donean Chinn Parker ’90; Alejandro Reyes and Clarivel Rodriguez ’91; Elizabeth Rightler, Deana Raymond Rightler ’88 and Elaine DelRossi ’60; Brianna Smith and Yvette Santiago ’96.

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Community Scholars Langan-Nadell Scholarships John Langan and his wife, Judith Nadell, friends of CCHS and advocates of private and charter school education, have awarded full scholarships to five promising students from the Camden area. Students are expected to maintain a minimum B average, as well as to read dozens of books during summer enrichment programs. Listed by name, grade school, and home town Destanie Pierce: St. Anthony of Padua, Camden Kathy Nguyen: St. Cecilia, Pennsauken Fernando Sepulveda: St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral, Pennsauken Raven Jones: Holy Name, Camden Aliya Evans: Sacred Heart, Camden

Congratulations to our graduating Langan-Nadell Scholars in the Class of 2016!

Pictured with Deborah Grandinetti, Mentor and Coordinator of the Langan-Nadell Scholarship Program are Natalya Jones, Kevin Quiles, Siani Rojas, Lisa Hoang and Mr. John Langan

Domenica Scholarship Peg and Pepe Piperno continue their sponsorship of Domenica Scholars at Camden Catholic High School, named for Mr. Piperno’s mother. The Pipernos sponsored seven students in the graduating class of 2016, nine students in the class of 2017, 10 in the class of 2018, nine in the class of 2019 and 10 in the incoming freshman class of 2020. The Pipernos pay for a portion of the students’ tuition, with students required to maintain a minimum C-average. The success rate is extremely high for all of these students to continue on to college. In the graduating class Domenica Scholars are attending schools such as Saint Joseph’s University, East Stroudsburg, Towson University and Montclair State University.

Camden Catholic is pleased to welcome the class of 2020 Domenica Scholars: Listed by name, grade school, and home town Saniya White: Sacred Heart, Camden Emmily Reyes: St. Anthony of Padua, Camden Jayson Perez: St. Anthony of Padua, Camden Vianney Perez: St. Anthony of Padua, Camden Jeannie Vu: St. Cecilia, Pennsauken Analiz Santana: St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral, Pennsauken Andre Hatcher: Holy Name, Camden Vincent Lopez: Holy Name, Camden Destanie Brown: Sacred Heart, Camden Nadir Jefferson: Sacred Heart, Lawnside

Congratulations to our graduating Domenica Scholars in the Class of 2016: Aniya Clark, Marcus Davis, Niya Lewis, Triet Nguyen, Xiomara Ortiz, Kimtom Vork and Jasmine Williams

Hocker Scholars: CCHS Hocker Scholars enjoying the annual Hocker Scholars Dinner featuring guest speaker Major Brendan W. O'Connor, pictured here with our current Hocker Scholars. Major O’Connnor was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroic action in Afghanistan. The DSC is the nation's second highest award for valor (after the Medal of Honor) and this was only the second time since the Vietnam War that the medal was awarded.

Interested in a Named Scholarship? Please contact Lindsay Scheuer at lindsay.scheuer@camdencatholic.org or 856-663-2247 ext.133 if interested in donating scholarship money in a loved one’s name or honor. CCHS students (back row left to right): Noah Washington, Shawnia Greene, George Panchana, Divine Young, Julius Romero, (front row left to right) Devyn Price, Julian Baier, Dennison Kelly and Nikolaus Obuchowski.

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Academic & Art Scholarships: Class of 2020 Merit Scholarships Congratulations to the Class of 2020 Merit Scholars, recipients of generous scholarships for all four years of high school at Camden Catholic. Incoming freshmen who score a 90 or above on the High School Placement Test are invited to interview with a panel of administrators and submit a writing sample in order to be considered for a Merit Scholarship.

Class of 2020 Merit Scholars at the annual President’s Reception Front row: Claire Marino, Matthew Denton, Jennie Vu, Edward Guerra, Cassandra Arencibia, Timothy Sawn, Breanne Nunn. Back row: Karina Payanzo, Lauren Owens, Collin Miller, Dalton Foster, Darren Parker, Peter Stemetzki, Olivia Musick.

Listed by name, grade school, and home town

Arts Scholarships

Presidential $7,000 Lauren Owens Audubon Junior High

Audubon

Trustee $6,000 Dalton Foster Matthew Denton

Cherry Hill Cherry Hill

Resurrection Catholic Resurrection Catholic

Emerald $4,500 Breanne Nunn Edward Guerra Olivia Musick Peter Stemetzki Angela Nguyen

Sacred Heart, Mt. Holly Sacred Heart, Mt. Holly St. Rose of Lima Howard Phifer Middle Howard Phifer Middle

Westampton Burlington West Deptford Pennsauken Pennsauken

Cathedral $2,500 Cassandra Arencibia Claire Marino Collin Miller Darren Parker Karina Payanzo Timothy Sawn

Riverside Middle Resurrection Catholic Haddon Heights Jr. High Resurrection Catholic Pope John Paul II St. Joan of Arc

Riverside Cherry Hill Haddon Heights Merchantville Willingboro Marlton

Sr. Mary $1,500 Daniel Baker Jennie Vu Katherine Nguyen Sierra DiCupe

Resurrection Catholic St. Cecilia Resurrection Catholic Christ the King Regional

Moorestown Pennsauken Cherry Hill Philadelphia

Prospective students interested in pursuing an arts-based curriculum are invited to audition their talents for consideration for an Arts Scholarship. Awards ranging from $500-$1,000 are given in a variety of disciplines. Listed by name, grade school, and home town Band Matthew Callaway Merchantville Elementary Breanne Nunn Sacred Heart, Mt. Holly Karina Payanzo Pope John Paul II

Merchantville Westampton Willingboro

Performing Arts Lauren Kennedy Seamus Murray Lilyanna Baynum Nicole Jimenez

St. Margaret Regional Resurrection Catholic Our Lady of Perpetual Help Resurrection Catholic

West Deptford Cherry Hill Maple Shade Cherry Hill

Choir Marchello Barile Matthew Glass Claire Marino

Christ the King Regional Blackwood Our Lady of Perpetual Help Riverton Resurrection Catholic Cherry Hill

Dance Giavonna Gaw

St. Mary of the Lakes

Fine Arts Mary Gardner Katelyn Delles

Homeschooled Haddon Heights Our Lady of Hope Regional Turnersville

Digital Arts Lillian Smith

Resurrection Catholic

Medford

Merchantville

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Alumni & Friends: Named Scholarships Class of 2020 Through the generosity of alumni and friends, scholarships are awarded to several additional incoming students based on financial need and academic performance.

Listed by name, grade school, and home town

Listed by name, grade school, and home town

Paul C. Azores Memorial Scholarship - $1,000 for one year Natalie Berry Rosa International Middle Cherry Hill

8th Grade Alma Mater Awards The 8th Grade Alma Mater Awards are given to incoming students to cover the cost of their freshman year books. This year, 46 members of the Class of 2020 will receive the award: Lindsay Anderson Merchantville Elementary School Daniel Baker Resurrection Catholic School Liam Barnett Medford Memorial Middle School Natalie Berry Rosa International Middle School Olivia Branco Good Shepherd Regional School Anthony Brown St. Michael the Archangel School Hannah Campbell Chestnut Ridge Middle School Amanda Conover Our Lady of Good Counsel School Kaitlyn Cummins Glen Landing Middle School Jordan Davis St. Peter School Brianna Denner St. Joseph Regional School, Hammonton Clare Fleming William Rohrer Middle School Savannah Francois Our Lady of Hope Regional School Shane Gallagher St. Joan of Arc School Giavonna Gaw St. Mary of the Lakes School Aric Hall St. Cecilia School Caleb Hutchinson St. Charles Borromeo School Nadir Jefferson Sacred Heart School, Camden Lauren Kennedy St. Margaret Regional School Emily Lenkowski Oaklyn Public School Brooke Linneman Our Lady of Perpetual Help School Gabrielle Mboya Pope John Paul II Regional School, Willingboro Khaleb McRae Harrington Middle School Brandon Mooney Monongahela Middle School Phillip Moore Sacred Heart School, Mt. Holly Olivia Musick St. Rose of Lima School Haley Mylotte Riverton Public School Dylan Nieves Ann Mullen Middle School Isabella Ochalik St. Paul School Carly Pearce Our Lady of Mount Carmel Regional School Jayson Perez St. Anthony of Padua School Hailey Quicksill St. John Paul II Regional School Tamara Rene Ridgway Middle School Julie Rosica Carusi Middle School Analiz Santana St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral School Brianna Smith Holy Name School Brian Spencer St. Teresa Regional School Emma Straus St. Mary School, Williamstown Michael Suarez Howard Phifer Middle School Alexa Taylor Holy Trinity Regional School Isabella Testa Christ the King Regional School Aimee Torres Resurrection Catholic School Kristin Underwood Haddon Heights Junior High School Katherine Walsh St. Joan of Arc School Jahmier Washington Lumberton Middle School

John Oakes Memorial Scholarship - $1,000 for one year Katelyn Delles Our Lady of Hope Regional Turnersville Monsignor Devlin Scholarship - $5,000 for four years Zachary Toles Holy Trinity Deptford Tom Kenney Scholarship - $2,500-$4,000 for four years Mekhi Bryant Memorial Middle Willingboro Oliver Lilly Memorial Middle Willingboro Tirek Austin-Cave Rosa International Middle Cherry Hill Kaleb McRae Harrington Middle Willingboro Eric Rogers Burlington Township Middle Burlington Mark Loveland Harrington Middle Mount Laurel Liwanu Miller Maple Shade High Maple Shade Clare Fleming William Rohrer Middle Haddon Township Anthony Rosano Nehaunsey Middle Gibbstown Brandon Mooney Monongahela Middle Westville Ciara Brannon Memorial Middle Willingboro Hakim Melvin Maple Shade High Maple Shade John L. Pund, Sr. Memorial Scholarship - $500 for one year Emily Lenkowski Oaklyn Public Oaklyn 1887 Scholarship - $1,000 for four years Pietro Del Re St. Joan of Arc Claire Marino Resurrection Catholic Analiz Santana St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral Lillian Smith Resurrection Catholic Caitlin Van Es Our Lady of Hope Regional

Cherry Hill Cherry Hill Pennsauken Merchantville Turnersville

Rev. William Hart - $2,000 for four years Meghan Cooney Resurrection Catholic

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FINDING YOUR PURPOSE:

Leadership Academy Elevates Academic Experience In 2013 CCHS alumnus and faculty member Gabe Paoletti ’01 founded the Leadership Academy at Camden Catholic High School on the basis of five core values: faith, excellence, creativity, unity and passion. Mr. Paoletti and the administration were confident that this was a way to prepare our students to be successful leaders in the 21st Century, presented in a completely unique way for a high school environment. Three years later the Academy is thriving, having recently enrolled over 100 students for its scholar track. The Leadership Academy focuses on training students in a set of skills and competencies which allow them to explore knowledge beyond the fundamental lessons of traditional education. Based in the research of Positive Psychology and Resilience, the Leadership Academy provides students with a menu of Leadership Modules that enable them to build this additional skill set. Each student is required to complete two modules during their four years of high school.

Gabe Paoletti ’01 Founder, Leadership Academy at Camden Catholic High School • Working towards Doctorate of Education in Leadership A.B.D. at Creighton University; • Master’s in Applied Positive Psychology, University of Pennsylvania; • Double major in Economics and Philosophy (graduating first in his class in each respective major), Saint Joseph’s University;

Leadership Academy students learn in the classroom, on retreats and through service projects in their communities.

Leadership Academy modules (or courses) are completed outside of traditional school hours, and include themes such as “Becoming Confident in Who God Made You,” “Magis: Creating Productive Habits to Go Forth and Set the World on Fire,” “How to Use Social Media Productively,” and “Conflict Resolution on a Global Perspective.”

• Primary Instructor, University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Center; Assistant Instructor, Masters of Applied Positive Psychology Program;

The modules teach skills founded in the fields of Positive Psychology and Resilience that have been proven to help maximize their potential and the potential of those they lead. Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive. The field is founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves and others. Unfortunately, rates of depression, anxiety and suicide are quickly rising in youth today. Positive Psychology, Resilience and the many skills that are taught through Leadership Academy modules have been shown to decrease and prevent the rates of depression and anxiety.

• Has worked extensively with the U.S. Army Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (a structured, long-term assessment and leadership development program to build resilience and enhance the performance of every soldier, family member, and DA civilian);

Learning Through Leadership: Student Reflections

• Travels internationally training teachers, university professors, government members and professional sports teams in Positive Psychology and Resilience.

“I now have the confidence to approach life with the tools necessary to succeed.” “I have improved my self-awareness and therefore bettered my communication with others.” “I know my purpose in life, and I have the skills set needed to set forth on my journey.” “I have learned patience, time management skills, dealing with others, and how to help guide younger students.” “The Leadership Academy is a melting-pot of students-scholars, athletes, fine arts students and performing arts students-learning to be leaders.”

• Has worked with world-renowned experts in the field of Positive Psychology and Resilience, including: Marty Seligman, Karen Reivich, Angela Duckworth, Barbara Fredrickson and the late Chris Peterson.

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Alumni & Student News It’s always so good to hear news from our alumni and friends. For many, it can be a way to catch up with an old classmate and stay in touch. Please continue to send us your news and we will publish it in the next issue!

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Rose Mary “Smitty” Brannigan says the “Jitterbugs of 1948” still dance and meet for lunch every month. Bern, Doris and Rosane even allow Little Flower graduate Edi to participate and join in.

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Greate Bay Country Club in Somers Point on Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 4-8 p.m.

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Marie Pagliaro Shreves celebrated the 55th class reunion at The Grand in Cape May. She spends winters in Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida.

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Patty Pecca and Zen Mikulski will be married 49 years.

Mary McGinley reports that there will be some sisterly bonding for she and Judy McGinley Mullen ’59 as they head north on a trip to Vermont.

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Victor Andrijauskas and his partner Diane Ausson completed their 100th trek around the Wilderness Canyon in Red Rock, Nevada. They completed the 13 mile trek for the first time in April 2011 (plus two mile hike to their car). The trek begins with a five-mile uphill hike to a summit elevation of almost

Legendary Legacies

The class had their 66th reunion luncheon on September 18 at Pennsauken Country Club. “We had a nice turnout of 45 people,” says Mary Lou McCarthy Venella. She and her husband celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary on September 25. “We are truly blessed to still enjoy a nice quality of life.”

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Bernadette Magann Baylor says “it’s been 65 years since my graduation from CCHS. I’d like to express warm wishes to my classmates who were also given the gift of a long life. God Bless you all!” Robert J. Brown had four children (one is deceased) and nine grandchildren. All children are successful business people. While working at RCA he designed the printed circuit boards that made the cameras for the space program which took the first pictures of the moon. Joe Lisiewski and wife Flo have retired to Phoenix, Arizona to be near their son Joe Jr. who is the architect and project manager for the city of Phoenix.

Onofrio Family: Liam Rowan ’16 is the 18th family member to graduate from CCHS. He is the sixth and last grandchild for this generation. Prior, there were 12 siblings (Liam’s mom Christine is one). Liam’s grandfather, Dr. Onofrio is pictured with good friend Msgr. Martin at this year’s graduation, who he first met at Christ the King as a young priest.

Campbell Family: Ryan Campbell ’16 has a rich CCHS family tradition starting with his mother Mary Jane O’Donnell Campbell ’85 and Sister Erin ’17. Ryan’s great grandfather, Robert Mc Dermott Sr. ’34 and great grandmother Catherine Gross McDermott ’34 were the first graduates from CCHS in the family. Grandparents Kathy McDermott Campbell ’57 and Jerry Campbell ’56 and great uncle Msgr. Robert McDermott ’60 all walked the halls of CCHS at 7th & Federal Streets in Camden. In addition step-grandmother Christine Cuneo Campbell ’68 is a CCHS grad. On his mother’s side he has uncles Bill O’Donnell Jr. ’71, Bob ’80 and Jay ’76 and his cousins Will ’04, Mike ’06 and Matt ’09, as well as aunt Nancy O’Donnell Gaddis ’73 and cousin Emily O’Donnell ’19 to complete the O’Donnell side of his family. Great aunts Mary McDermott DelGrande ’70, Denise McDermott Culkin ’78, as well as great Uncles Joe McDermott ’76 and Mark DelGrande ’70 complete the McDermott side. Finally aunt Maria Manning Campbell ’85 and great aunts Theresa Campbell Bittner ’64 and Mary Campbell Sparks ’58 and great uncle Rich Bittner ’61 complete Ryan’s CCHS family history with a total of 24 relatives that count themselves as proud alumni of the Fighting Irish family. Thank you to Jerry Campbell ’56 for this family tree!

Barbara Jennis Malone is retired from the Diocese of Wilmington and is now working as a volunteer at her parish as a liturgical minister.

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Michael Scian Sr. says “I hope all is well with my 1947 St. Joseph Grammar School classmates and the CCHS class of 1951. Looking forward to our 65th CCHS reunion in 2016.”

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5,000 feet. During summer hikes they carry over six quarts of fluids each. They have done the hike in every season. Mr. Andrijauskas is a resident of Las Vegas and is a retired Major from the United States Air Force.

Mary Jane Hurley Brant, M.S., CGP was named a Partner in M.S. Care by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. She is also a contributing writer for The Sandpaper in Long Beach Island. Carmela DiMaria was invited to the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship conference in Washington D.C. in late June. She spoke to other cancer survivors from many parts of the country, listening to new advances and sharing personal stories. The focus of the conference is advocacy for quality of cancer care, as well as improving all aspects from diagnosis through remission and cure. At the end of the conference, they met with our state representatives in the Congress and Senate to further implement the goals of the conference.

NJ Envirothon

National Latin Exam Honors Students: Latin I, cum laude: Samuel Kasilowski Latin I, magna cum laude: Nathan Hughes and Jessica Clancy Latin I, maxima cum laude: Kimberly Powers and Sara Otremsky Latin II, cum laude: Veronica Cava, Maureen Dymond and Thomas Marciano Latin II, maxima cum laude: Thomas Cava and Shannon McHugh

This was the first time Camden Catholic students competed in the state-wide NJ Envirothon competition held this past May 14 in Bridgewater, NJ. After months of preparation and a night of sleep under the stars, four sophomores, David Nguyen, Jacob Weismer, Shane Costello, and Wei Zhang, placed second of all new teams! The competition prepares high school students with the knowledge and skills to be young leaders, decision makers and problem solvers of today's natural resources concerns. Preparation sessions included listening to bird calls, identifying freshwater macroinvertebrates in order to determine a stream's health, identifying soil types for determining best use of land, measuring trees' height and diameter to calculate how much lumber could be produced by the trees. Students also had to prepare a five minute presentation about how to prevent the spread of an invasive species to their community; this turned out to be the most challenging test. Congratulations to our rising natural resources stewards!

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Stan Winner retired from the United States Navy in 1993 after 22 years of service. He retired from Virginia Beach City Public Schools, where he worked from 19972009, and also from his work as a licensed salt water fishing guide, which he did for 17 years.

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Salvatore Leonardo retired from his job in October when the company where he worked, Bridge Machine, was sold and moved to Missouri after being local for 70 years. In November he celebrated 43 years of marriage “all to the same woman-God Bless her!” His family is expecting their fourth grandchild in December.

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Greg Kizeik retired from a 40 year career with Naval Air Systems Command. He is now a professional ski instructor of America (PSIA).

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Loretta Stachiotti continues her tenure as principal of St. Anne School in Fair Lawn, NJ. She says “culinary classes are now being offered to our little chefs. Watch out Food Network!”

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Joe Schanberger retired from mathematics teaching in 2014 and is seeking a new career of service.

CCHS In the News Communications students visited the Philadelphia Inquirer newsroom to meet with editors and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporters to learn more about the issues facing journalism and how the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com are adapting.

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James Mahon married Danielle Ranshaw and moved to Raleigh, North Carolina in 2003. Their children Emily and Jimmy graduated from Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh in 2012 and 2015, respectively and are attending East Carolina University.

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Phil Mayer was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award at Three Rivers Community College.

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Pictured: Mr. Jeff Bruckner, Mrs. Lindsey Murphy, Jarrett Ziegler, Jacey Ludlam, Jordon Malick, Annalisa Canevali, Dana Surgner, and Mr. Matt Hoover.

Michael Dennin and Nina (Carosella) ’99 had their third child, Charles last year. Big brother Michael and sister Lucinda are proud. Michael was also nominated Treasurer of the Camden County Bar Association and is celebrating his 10th year as an attorney at the Law Offices of Vincent J. Ciecka. Nina is a physical therapist at Our Lady of Lourdes. 35


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Marisa Anne Tsikitas, former employee of the University of Pennsylvania and Notary Public for the State of Pennsylvania, is officially a full-time artist. Her company is Matartwork LLC, www.matartwork.com and she is represented at the Arts Plus Gallery in Collingswood. She resides in Haddon Heights, NJ.

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Maura Rosato and Valentina Fortuna ’05 along with Lesley Ferguson, launched their Collingswood eatery Constellation Collective to the delight of hundreds. After becoming a favorite at local farmer’s markets they secured a storefront at 685 Haddon Avenue and offer eat-in or take out fare.

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Bridget Devlin spent a week in Managua, Nicaragua last summer through the University of Scranton's International Service Program. She worked with Hand in Hand Ministries to build a house for a family in need and also helped tutor students at an after school program.

Girl Scout Gold Award Angela Ebbert ’18 received her Girl Scout Gold Award, was honored at the pinning ceremony in Cherry Hill on June 5, and was also selected to represent the Girl Scout Club of Southern New Jersey in Washington, D.C. on June 14. Angela is pictured at the event on Capitol Hill with Girl Scouts’ National CEO Anna Maria Chávez, National Board President Kathy Hopinkah Hannan, New Jersey Senator Donald Norcross and her fellow New Jersey Gold Award Winners.

Christopher Hodson graduated from Rutgers University-Camden with a degree in mathematics, and will travel West as he was accepted into one of the country’s most prestigious computer science programs at the University of Southern California. He had the opportunity to perform computer science research as a part of an internship there earlier this year. Kelsey Kilpatrick was honored with an induction into the South Jersey Girls Basketball Invitational Tournament's Hall of Fame.

Toys for Tots The baseball team held a successful Toys for Tots drive during the Christmas season.

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Leadership Award

Owlympiad

Robert Smith received the High School Leadership Award in March at the National Constitution Center. The award, presented by Widener University and NBC10, includes a $20,000 scholarship over four years if they enroll at Widener University, and is presented to high school juniors in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware who exhibit strong leadership skills, academic excellence, and exceptional character. This character can be shown through participation in extracurricular activities, volunteering, and/or demonstrating a positive influence on their peers.

Students enjoyed competing in the Temple University Owlympiad on May 9: Bianca Abbate, Andrew Bank, Emily Berry, Jessica Lin, Jack Liu, Sarah Robbins, Antonio Spinosi, Julia WilliamsPortland, Kyle Yalon.

Senior Networking Night Liana Kenney, Andrew Ellis and Matthew Zalecky started their own networks with some amazing CCHS Alumni: Ted Brennan '98, Attorney and Mayor of Merchantville, NJ; Ben Cortese '06, Realtor, Coldwell-Banker Preferred, Philadelphia; Emily Cuneo DeSmedt '03, Labor & Employment Attorney, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, Kristina Tarnef '07, Human Resources, Campbell Soup Co., Zac Ottoson '06, Attorney, Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin and Molly Whipkey Ridgway '03, Craft & Import Development Manager, Tenth & Blake.

Special Guests visit CCTV Pro Football Hall of Famer Ray Didinger and Comcast SportsNet’s Dave Didinger joined students at CCHS for a visit to CCTV and with Mr. Bruckner's communications class. Ray even made a cameo on CCTV!

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Alumni & Student News Scholarship Awarded

March Man-ness!

Senior Triet Ngyuen was presented with a $1,000 Battleship New Jersey Scholarship in June. Triet will attend St. Joseph's University next year. He was also named a New Jersey Star, and received multiple scholarships and awards for his academic achievements during his four years of high school. Well-done Triet!

March Man-ness (beard-growing competition) raised $1,130 for the Ronald McDonald House in Camden this year. Thank you to Mr. Ehrmann for leading this project, once again and to the participants: (seniors) Adam Altenbach, Evan Bates, Brad deJesus, John Dymond, Jake Makara, Jack Mahoney and (juniors) Michael Cabrera, Jack Dragani, Ian McCarthy, Colin McConnell, Robert Smith and Dan Wolfram. Pictured with the winners is Ronald MacDonald House representative Jeanine Foster, volunteer, Professionals Program.

Ethics Team Competes Led by Mr. Ehrmann, the team traveled to Villanova University to compete against students from around the region. Seniors: Carmen Carusone, Brad deJesus, MaryKate Hatch, Giavanna Polk, Albin Rosado, Bradley Schmidt and Shannon Ward Juniors: Bianca Abbate, John O’Brien, Andrea Paleos, Thomas Paolini, Robert Smith, Antonio Spinosi, Daniel Wolfram and Kyle Yalon

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CCHS in the Big Apple Led by moderator Mrs. Colleen Walsh, Green and White students traveled to New York City in June to visit Central Park and learn about it’s illustrious history as the country’s largest urban park, as well as take a tour of various locations which have been prominently featured in films over the years.

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Sweet Service

Broadway Performer Visits CCHS Select Choir

The CCHS Baking Club baked more than 350 Easter chick cupcakes for distribution in the Kathy Magee Memorial Meals-on-Wheels Easter program, sponsored by the Knights of Columbus in Washington Twp. The students baked, decorated and packed the cupcakes on March 22 in the CCHS kitchen.

The Select Choir welcomed Broadway performer Kathleen Nanni to the classroom this year. Ms. Nanni is a dancer, singer, actress and choreographer. She just finished a seven year run on Broadway as an original cast member in the production of Mary Poppins. Ms. Nanni taught about the audition process, spoke about her life as a professional performer and artist, and gave the students the encouragement and tools needed to achieve their dreams.

Student visits State Capital Junior Julia Williams-Portland was selected to represent the Diocese of Camden on Thursday February 4 at the NJ State Capital building in Trenton. Julia read her essay on "Why NJ Needs Catholic Schools." Each diocese in the state of New Jersey participated in this contest at the high school level. Julia's essay was read in front of representatives from each diocese, state assembly men, and representatives from the Catholic Conference.

Sister Act The Calzaretto sisters, Anastasia ’17, Alexandra ’19 and Amelia, were visited by fellow CCHS students at one of their Pennsylvania Ballet Nutcracker performances in December at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia.

Cathedral Scholars at Philadelphia's Mutter Museum

US History I Honors in Historic Philadelphia

Rotary Scholarship Deanna Greco ’16 received the Cherry Hill Rotary Scholarship.

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Alumni:

B E C A M E O F. . .

Send us your news and updates! Visit camdencatholic.org/alumni and complete the Contact Information Update Form.

The Class of 2012. . . Four Years Later Carolyn Amber

DREXEL UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in interior design. POST-GRADUATION: Currently working at Gensler Architects, NY, but is pursuing job opportunities at architecture firms throughout the Philadelphia area.

Matt Brown

CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE – degree in business administration. POST-GRADUATION: Will begin career with the New Jersey Regional Council of Carpenters as an apprentice with Local 255; is the assistant baseball coach at Camden Catholic.

Carmen Iossa TEMPLE UNIVERSITY. Will graduate in December 2016. Matthew Kaminski

CHAMPLAIN COLLEGE – Bachelor of Science degree in communications. POST-GRADUATION: Currently working at Vermont Adaptive in Warren, VT with the hope of moving to Colorado.

Richard Martin ROWAN UNIVERSITY – Will graduate in 2017 with a master’s degree in criminal justice.

Joe Caputi

XAVIER UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Arts degree in history with a minor in business (Honors). POST-GRADUATION: Villanova School of Law, class of 2019 (awarded full scholarship).

Caroline McIntyre COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON – Bachelor of Arts degree in biology, minor in Latin. POST-GRADUATION: Accelerated Bachelor of Science Nursing Program at Rutgers University, Camden.

Marcus Coleman

Ting Pan

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in finance and supply chain management. POST-GRADUATION: Currently employed at Northwestern Mutual in Philadelphia.

Sara DeFeo

ALVERNIA UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in healthcare

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NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, Leonard N. Stern School of Business – Bachelor of Science degree in business, with a double concentration in finance and accounting (CPA track) POST-GRADUATION: Career in New York City’s financial services industry.

Margaret Patchin

Bridget Devlin THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON – Bachelor of Science degree in marketing. POST-GRADUATION: Attend the Kline School of Law at Drexel University (Juris Doctorate degree).

Christopher Diem

ROWAN UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Arts degree in economics, minors in mathematics and computer science. POST-GRADUATION: Employment, with plans to earn a specialization in data science.

Wesley Douglas

SIENA COLLEGE – Bachelor’s degree in business management with a minor in political science. POST-GRADUATION: Career in pharmaceutical sales.

BRYN MAWR COLLEGE – Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry. POST-GRADUATION: Work in research a few years then will go on to graduate school.

Andrew Randisi

DREXEL UNIVERSITY – Will graduate in 2017.

Christina Rosario IMMACULATA UNIVERSITY - Will graduate in December 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology. POST-GRADUATION: Has accepted a position as a research student in the emergency department at Christiana Hospital in Newark, DE, and will apply to physician assistant school for the fall of 2017. Michelle Shustack THE ART INSTITUTE OF PHILADELPHIA – Will graduate in 2018.

Joseph Flemming

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH – Bachelor's degree in biological sciences. Post-Graduation: Molecular biololgy research.

Sarah Godley

LA SALLE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in communication science and disorders. POST-GRADUATION: Will return to La Salle to finish her master’s degree in speechlanguage pathology, graduating in 2017 – plans to obtain a clinical fellowship in the field of speech-language pathology, specifically working with children with ASD

Jaleel Taylor THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE – Bachelor of Science degree in marketing. POST-GRADUATION: Peace Corps.

Jieshuang “Jenny” Guo

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SAN DIEGO – Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering. POST-GRADUATION: Attending University of Southern California’s Master of Science degree program in chemical engineering.

Jennifer Varallo MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in biomedical studies (Summa Cum Laude). POST-GRADUATION: Continue work and research in the field of autism, and enter medical school in 2017.

Diane Hernandez

Michael Walters THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in business. POST-GRADUATION: Graduate school for MBA.

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. POST-GRADUATION: Work as an RN, while studying for the GREs to then begin graduate school in the fall of 2017 to obtain a PhD in nursing.

Claire Higgins

ST. JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in accounting (Summa Cum Laude); received the Dean’s Award for the highest GPA in the Haub School of Business. POST-GRADUATION: Will spend this summer studying for the CPA exam before beginning career at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in the fall.

Christopher Hodsdon

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, CAMDEN – Bachelor of Arts

degree in mathematics. POST-GRADUATION: Begin studies in the PhD program in computer science at the University of Southern California, Networked Systems Laboratory.

Krysta Horocofsky THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON – Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice. POST-GRADUATION: Attend graduate school to obtain a master’s degree in cyber security.

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Shannon Szczepanski MOORE COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN – Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in illustration. POST-GRADUATION: Freelance illustration, specifically children’s books.

David Williams, Jr. FARLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. POST-GRADUATION: Attend Rutgers University or Rowan University for MBA, and will sit for CPA exam. Marissa Wolfe UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND – Bachelor of Science degree in marine affairs. POST-GRADUATION: Continue fisheries research. Payton Wright TEMPLE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor’s degree in social work. Nicholas Xerri

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH – Bachelor of Science degree in microbiology with a minor in chemistry. POST-GRADUATION: Begin studies for a PhD in microbiology at the University of Texas at Austin.

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IN MEMORIAM We remember and pray for all of the following who have died this year. We extend our deepest sympathies to the families and friends of our Camden Catholic alumni. Please know that the entire CCHS family keeps the soul of your loved ones in our daily prayers. 1930 Mathilde Comerford Seltzer 1933 Wanda Ulak Ramowski Hon. Charles A. Rizzi 1935 Eugenia Casey Ellis Carter Catherine Wallace Joseph Regina Campbell Weir 1936 Catherine R. Larkin 1937 Margaret Kelly Fynan Catherine Massing Larsen 1938 Frank Brockerman Edward Kilgariff Frances Gail Lamb 1939 Mary Kenney Wilson 1940 Nancy Procacci Johnson James J. Kerley (CCHS 2007 Hall of Fame) 1941 Dorothy Loughlin Corbett 1942 Msgr. Eugene J. Kernan 1943 Mary Louise Meyer Brennan Marie Lyons Dewane Constance Radano Giordano 1944 Mary Gannon Orangers 1945 Coletta Berger Helen McCarty Ellis 1946 Maria DiNunzio Olsen Loughlin Francis S. Roselli, Jr.

1947 Francis “Frank” Johnson Florence Schmidt McHugh Mary McGovern Paull Eleanor Zaremba 1948 Dolores D. August Joan McLaughlin Coleman Mary Geoghegan Curry Ann Pierznik Harris Elizabeth “Betty” Renz Simonsick Rita McCann Smith 1949 Marietta Dilelsi Gazdzinski Rosemary O’Connor Vogelman 1951 Joseph B. McDonnell Francis A. McGrory, Jr. 1952 Thomas Bergbauer, Sr. Mary McCart Churchill William P. Cosgrove Jean Paull Kenney Robert “Bob” Kenney, Jr. (CCHS 2009 Hall of Fame) Isabelle O’Neill Lisa Joseph R. Marchesani, DDS Patricia Shipe McHugh 1954 Joan Kernan Fynes Edward K. Kaminski Edmund “Ted” Lenny Marie LaPlaca McGrath Elizabeth Sheehan Pacca Robert C. Wilson

1958 Mary Ann Ryan McDonough 1959 Ernest V. Del Duke Kathryn McKeaney Sommers 1960 Robert Beckett Henrietta Rulli Truscello 1961 Rev. Ronald Falotico Larry McLaughlin 1962 Eileen Geitz Brown Rev. Vincent Carpinelli 1963 Sara Caya Etsell Roseann Smith Lankford 1964 Kathleen McGarrity Boral Barry Eisele Robert A. Mattia 1965 Louis J. Frontino Donald G. Knox Andrew L. Tomafsky Eileen Kelley Turner Dorothy “Dot” Wilson 1966 Eleanor Petralia Cuneo Becker Dennis J. Caracciolo

1976 Tim Kelly Cynthia Pessano 1977 Mark S. Fillari 1978 Joseph Orlando 1980 Todd Borchert Robert P. Dale, Jr. 1982 Lori Hennessey Chandler 1983 Thomas “Tim” Goldschmidt, Jr. 1989 David A. Vitalie 1997 Kelly E. Faulkner 2014 Daniel P. Daly

Former Faculty and Staff Father David Beebe Mr. Sean Cullen Mrs. Ginger David Mr. Joe Fallon Rev. Ronald Falotico Mrs. Stella Hammerschlag Mr. Vince McAneney Deacon Emil Ralbusky Rev. O. Hugh Stout

1969 Alyce Fearn Klaus

1955 Margaret Wolfram Picklo Sharon Walsh Watson

1970 Joanne Leone Haines

1956 William E. Donaldson, Jr. Josephine Terzini Sever

1971 Lucille Mancini Labenz Leo J. Skomsky

1957 Catherine Anderson Ferry Leo A. Holland

1973 Veronica “Roni” Marrazzo William Murphy

Mary Whipkey, President poses with one of our oldest living graduates, Catherine Shusted Arnesen '36, age 97, at the 2016 Hall of Fame ceremony. Mrs. Arnesen passed away in July.

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Class Reunions SAVE

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75 Years! Class of 1941 and All Years Prior

45 Years! Class of 1972

Friday, September 23, 2016 at 11 a.m. Each alumnus, with a guest, is invited to join President Mary Whipkey for Mass in the Chapel followed by lunch in the Emerald Cafe. R.S.V.P. to Lindsay Scheuer, Advancement Coordinator: lindsay.scheuer@camdencatholic.org or 856-663-2247 ext. 133.

Friday, November 25, 2016 at Pennsauken Country Club. Please contact Susan Schmidt Bagocius for more information: 856-662-7184.

64 Years! Class of 1952 Thursday, October 6, 2016 from Noon to 4 p.m. at Indian Spring Country Club (Marco's Restaurant on the 2nd Floor-elevator available), 115 South Elmwood Road, Marlton, NJ 08053 (phone 856-596-1106). Cost is $35.00 per person with cash bar. Hors d'oeuvres will be served prior to the 1:30 p.m. hot buffet. The reunion will be preceded by 11 a.m. Mass at St. Joan of Arc Church, 100 Willow Bend Road (off Main Street), Marlton, NJ 08053, celebrated for the living and deceased members of the class.

63 Years! Class of 1953 Thursday, September 15 from noon until 4:00 p.m. at The Taproom, Crystal Lake Ave in Westmont, NJ. Sit down luncheon featuring a choice of Salmon or Chicken Parm, a wine & beer cash bar with complimentary soda, tea and coffee. $25 per person. Guests welcome. All checks should be made out to Frank Hurley and mailed to Frank at 121 Woodland Terrace, Oaklyn, NJ 08107. Please indicate your meal choice on your check. A response would be appreciated by August 15. We look forward to seeing you in September. Any questions please call: Frank Hurley, 856-803-7836 or email: terrace121@comcast.net

60 Years! Class of 1956 Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 4 to 8 p.m. at Great Bay Country Club in Somers Point. Contact waltsand@hotmail.com for information.

40 Years! Class of 1976 Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at Camden Catholic. More information is available via http://camdencatholic1976.com and https://www.facebook.com/groups/138506702856. Please email CamdenCatholic1976@gmail.com for any additional questions about the event.

35Years! Class of 1981 Saturday, November 26, 2016 from 7-11 p.m. at ALoft Mt. Laurel (558 Fellowship Road, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054). $110 per person includes Open Bar from 7-11 p.m., butlered hors d’oeuvres, food stations, DJ and dancing. A block of rooms have been reserved ($119/night for king and $129 for 2 queens). Send check for payment to Lynn (Rebilas) Dunn, CCHS Class of 1981, 500 Deer Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034. Or visit the event website: http://bit.do/CCHS81.com. For additional information contact Lind Lang (Reeves) 609-876-0001 or email langer9600@aol.com.

30 Years! Class of 1986 Friday, October 28, 2016 from 7-11 p.m. at Woodcrest Country Club, Cherry Hill. Cost is $95/person. Join us for a night of dinner, dessert, open bar, music and dancing. Contact Jane Sweet Faiola at vu1991@verizon.net. Connect on Facebook with the group "CCHS Class of 1986" -- this group is private so please request to join and Jane will approve.

20 Years! Class of 1996 Saturday, October 29th from 8-11 p.m. at Camden Catholic. Visit the class Facebook page “CCHS Class of 96” for updated ticket information and to provide your updated contact information.

50 Years! Class of 1966 Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 8 p.m. to Midnight on at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill. In addition to renewing old friendships, highlights will include a buffet dinner and dancing to music of the ‘60s. The next morning the Most Rev. George V. Murry, S.J., Bishop of the Diocese of Youngstown, Ohio and a member of the class, will celebrate Mass in the school chapel. A continental breakfast will follow in the cafeteria. The reunion committee is compiling current contact information for members of the class. Please send your name, home address, phone number and email address to cchs66reunion@gmail.com as soon as possible. More information on costs and reservation deadlines will be available soon. For anyone without email access, please call Mary Anne Hess at 301-585-5351 with questions or to provide your information.

Planning Your Reunion? Please submit reunion news and photos to kate.bieg@camdencatholic.org. For additional reunion information visit www.camdencatholic.org/reunions.

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2015-16 Reunion Celebrations 75+ YEARS

60 Years

On September 18, 2015 members of the class of 1940 and all years prior were invited to a special reunion Mass celebrated by Msgr. Andrew Martin, President Emeritus. Pictured (front row left to right) John Rushton III ’40, Dorthea Moore Riegert ’36, Mary Moore Olsen ’42, Anita Jimenez ’38, Theresa Brennan Gladney ’35 (back row left to right) Msgr. Andrew Martin, Francis Fidell ’38, Nancy Procacci Johnson ’40, Anne Speas ’38.

The Class of 1956 gathered on two special occasions this year, first in October at the Crab Trap in Somers Point, and also on June 7 at the Tap Room in Haddon Township. Walt Sandell said the June event was “60 years and one day since graduation.” Everyone is looking great!

63 Years The Class of 1952 met once again in October to reminisce and enjoy filling everyone in on the last year’s activities.

61 Years The Class of 1954 came together on October 8, 2015 at Merchantville Country Club for a luncheon in honor of 61 years since graduation.

SAVE THE DATE!

SAVE THE DATE!

Field Hockey Alumni Day

HOMECOMING

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Friday, October 14, 2016

9AM Alumni Game | Shamrock Field

Family Fest 4 - 7 p.m. and Game @ 7p.m.

10:30AM Post-Game Refreshments

Visit www.camdencatholic.org for tickets

All grad years invited and encouraged to attend! T-shirts will be provided to all who RSVP. RSVP by September 30 to www.camdencatholic.org/hockeyalumni or contact kate.bieg@camdencatholic.org | 856-663-2247 ext. 134.

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Class Reunions

55 Years

45 Years

The Class of 1960 held their 55th reunion at the Grand Hotel in Cape May September 20-22. “A wonderful time was had by all,” says reunion coordinator Sue (DiFilipo) Huesken. “Each day was so special as friends gathered to reminisce about the last 55 years. Everyone danced the night away, the same as the Friday night will always be young at heart.” Class contacts: Sue DiFilipo Huesken 856-784-3564, Sueclass1960@gmail.com or Donata Fugaro Kratz 856-596-9352 donata.kratz@gmail.com.

Class of 1970 had a fantastic time celebrating their 45th reunion on Saturday, November 21st, 2015 at Pennsauken Country Club, and here are the pictures to prove it! Class contact: Judy (Prettyman) Diepold (Bob) diepold1014@gmail.com. Visit the class website/blog for updates www.cchsclassof70.blogspot.com.

40 Years The Class of 1975 celebrated their 40th reunion at Pinsetters on Saturday, November 28, 2015. Class contact Mary Bauman Soards maznggrace@verizon.net.

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IRISH ALUMNI CELEBRATE WITH THE WILDCATS Many CCHS alumni who are also Villanova alumni and current Villanova students were fortunate enough to make the trip to Houston to see the Wildcats historic performance in the Final Four. President Mary Whipkey (Villanova ’79), board member Jack Pund (CCHS ’74, Villanova ’78), Shane Whipkey (CCHS ’05, Villanova ’09), Pat O’Brien (CCHS ’74, Villanova ’78), and many others shared their photos with us! Even those who were there only in spirit donned their Blue and White and celebrated the victory across the country and at the homecoming parade on the streets of Philadelphia the week following the NCAA Championship.

Katelynn Reiss ’13, who is a current student at Villanova (expected 2017 graduate) celebrated the win during the Philadelphia Championship Parade while also handling media and press for The Villanovan. Sharon Mills Higgins ’79, a 1983 Villanova graduate was lucky enough to be there with her husband Tom and son AJ. She also ran into fellow alumna and classmate Nanette DeRenzi ’79 and Villanova ’83.

Nanette DeRenzi ’79, a 1983 Villanova graduate, traveled to the Final Four with her sister, Phyllis DeRenzi Schantz ’75. Pictured are Nanette with Phyllis's family. Phyllis met her husband when she was a nursing student at Villanova and they have three children and two in-laws who are also “Nova” alumni!

Noreen Baker ’69, a 1973 graduate of Villanova University who currently teaches at Bishop Sullivan Catholic High School in Virginia Beach, VA. (We love the Camden Catholic pennant, Noreen!)

Beth (Tobin) Michael ’93 flying the flag in southern NH!

James McCauley ’81, a 1985 Villanova graduate with Fr. Peter Donohue, OSA, President of Villanova University, in Houston at the Championship Game pre-party. Harry Metzinger ‘00, a 2004 graduate of Villanova University, celebrated at the Philadelphia Championship Parade!

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Annual Report 2015–2016 Honoring the Legacy‌Planning for the Future

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Annual Report of Gifts

2015–2016 Annual Giving The list that follows includes all donors to Camden Catholic for 2015-2016 (July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016). If your name has been omitted or listed incorrectly, we apologize and ask that you notify us so that we can correct the listings. Thank you in advance for your understanding.

Levels of Giving

Summary of Giving by Level

Level

Range

No. of Donors

Emerald

$ 20,000+

Legacy

Level

Range

Total by Level

4

Emerald

$ 20,000+

$464,720

$ 10,000–19,999

8

Legacy

$ 10,000–19,999

$84,250

Founder

$ 5,000-9,999

13

Founder

$ 5,000-9,999

$75,637

Mercy

$ 2,500-4,999

14

Mercy

$ 2,500-4,999

$41,922

Shamrock

$ 1,000-2,499

86

Shamrock

$ 1,000-2,499

$94,100

The Irish

$ 500-999

83

The Irish

$ 500-999

$42,550

Spire

$ 250-499

124

Spire

$ 250-499

$32,827

Century

$ 100-249

560

Century

$ 100-249

$63,686

Green & White

gifts to $ 99

563

Green & White

gifts to $ 99

$19,584

Top Five Classes

Top Donors

By Amount Given Overall

Year Class of 1978 Class of 1974 Class of 1957 Class of 1986 Class of 1960

Amount $128,560.00 $58,105.00 $26,925.00 $25,735.00 $25,595.00

By Percent of Participation

Year Class of 1960 Class of 2015 Class of 1967 Class of 1968 Class of 1963

Percentage 17.38% 12.41% 9.09% 8.71% 8.17%

by Amount Given Overall

Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell

$191,720.00

Estate of Irene M. Reynolds

$119,463.54

Mr. and Mrs. Pepe Piperno

$112,000.00

Mr. Dennis ’78 and Mrs. Rachel ’79 McGonigle

$105,000.00

Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation

$96,000.00

Estate of Msgr. Joseph William Devlin

$70,000.00

Mr. John Pisa ’74

$50,000.00

Mr. Richard J. Haydinger

$25,000.00

Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao ’78

$20,100.00

Estate of Marie C. Miller

$16,702.00

Annual Fund Total Raised = $919,276 Of this total, $630,339 was donor-directed to scholarships and tuition assistance.

Questions regarding any donations through gift annuities, life insurance, or wills please contact Lindsay Scheuer at 856-663-2247 ext. 133 or lindsay.scheuer@camdencatholic.org. You can also visit www.cchslegacy.org to learn more about Legacy Giving.

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Annual Report: Innovative Ways to Invest in CCHS

Mary & Chic Saile: An Inaugural Gift Leads to a 20-Year Legacy

Following prosperous careers, Mary and Chic Saile have made an admirable Here, Mr. Saile shares he and his wife Mary’s motivation for giving and commitment to share their success with future generations. As strong believers in expectations on how their legacy gift will impact Camden Catholic the importance of a solid educational foundation, as well as helping others, the students. Sailes have made a promise to the Camden Catholic family that is historic in CC: Why Legacy Planning? both size and scope. Their 20-year legacy gift will provide $1 million in scholarships to CCHS students. It will also serve as a beacon of possibility for thou- CS: Legacy Planning helps Camden Catholic High School meet their sands of Camden Catholic alumni and friends who will follow in Mary and long-term financial goals and impacts future generations of CCHS stuChic’s generosity with their own legacy gift commitments. With this gift the dents. It also provides Mary and I the opportunity to make a lasting gift that meets our personal, family and financial needs. Sailes become the inaugural members of the 1887 Legacy Society. Since retiring Mary and Chic have donated both time and resources to CC: Why are you doing this? several charitable organizations and causes. Mary served on the board of CS: Mary and I are strong believers in the importance of a good eduthe Alice Paul Institute (2010-16) and Chic has volunteered with cation and helping others less fortunate then ourselves. Investing in the United Way of Southeast PA (2005-06), Catholic Partnership Schools education of children generates many returns that favorably impact not of Camden (2007-11) and Joseph's House of Camden (2012-15). only the student but also the family and community. 48

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CC: Why did you choose Camden Catholic High School? CS: Neither Mary nor I are graduates of Camden Catholic High School and only recently have been involved with the school. As we learned more, we have been very impressed with the leadership, the staff and the long term goals of the school. Camden Catholic High School has been providing education since 1887. Clearly, they must be doing all the right things to maintain an educational institution for almost 130 years. Their mission statement says it all “educating young men and women spiritually, academically, socially and physically in a faith community to develop as lifelong learners and leaders in a global society in the Catholic tradition.” CC: Why high school students? CS: Since retiring, Mary and I have been involved with organizations and schools that provide education and leadership skills to young people. Mary supports the Alice Paul Institute in their mission for gender equality and to develop the future generations of leaders. I have been involved with the Catholic Partnership Schools, providing education to grade school children of Camden. Through our work we have seen the importance of continuing quality education after grade school and through the high school years. High school prepares students for the future and lays the foundation for the achievement of their longer term educational and career goals.

Legacy Giving: An Explanation www.cchslegacy.org Why consider legacy giving? Legacy giving provides a time-honored method for a donor to express generosity and commitment to Camden Catholic High School, while benefiting both the donor and the School. Depending on the legacy giving vehicle, donors may continue to enjoy income and other benefits while making a gift. In addition, the federal tax code provides for various legacy gift instruments, which may offer benefits that may favorably affect a donor’s present and future income and estate taxes. Gifts We Gratefully Accept Camden Catholic High School accepts gifts for the purpose of furthering its mission. Legacy gifts can come in the form of a deferred gift, a gift where the School benefits from a remainder interest, or a combination of the two. The available options include:

Final Words from the Sailes:

• Bequests

Mary and I have been fortunate in many ways, as such, we have taken opportunities to give back, to share and to set an example for family, friends and others. Hopefully our legacy plan will not only positively impact the students of Camden Catholic High School but will also provide an example for others to follow.

• Charitable Gift Annuities • Charitable Remainder Trusts • Real Property • Life Insurance Recognition of Gifts Execution of a legacy gift agreement immediately entitles the donor to recognition as part of the School’s 1887 Legacy Society. Donors may choose to remain anonymous. For more information or to connect with us regarding an intended gift please visit the Legacy Giving website: www.cchslegacy.org, or contact the Advancement Office at 856-663-2247 or lindsay.scheuer@camdencatholic.org.

DID YOU KNOW?

If you are age 70 ½ or older you may be able to take advantage of an important incentive that allows individuals to make gifts from their IRA accounts to one or more charities-with no federal income tax liability. Contact your financial advisor for details on how to arrange an IRA Charitable Rollover gift.

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Information Commons Library Renovation Campaign for the Future: Capital Campaign Update By Mary Whipkey, President

“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” -John F. Kennedy To ensure we don’t “miss the future,” the trustees of Camden Catholic High School have determined we must make changes to our building to ensure future generations receive an education that is relevant to our increasingly digital and collaborative world. In 2013, the school engaged in its first ever $6 million campaign which includes three key facets: $2 million for the Annual Fund; $2 million for scholarship and $2 million for capital projects. In 2014 the first capital project was initiated, the renovation of the cafeteria into the John Pisa Dining Hall. Dedicated in February 2015, the Pisa Dining Hall is now a mark of pride for our students. It is a clean, contemporary and friendly space which is home to everything from daily meals to class reunions. Mr. Pisa ’74 gave back to his alma mater in order to provide space in which students can build community and friendships, and they are doing just that. The library is now undergoing a similar transformation, thanks to con50

tinued investment from our alumni and donors. During the summer of 2016, it will be converted into the Information Commons – a place where students can exchange ideas and collaborate on academic projects. The Commons will accommodate a large classroom space, several smaller meeting areas, presentation areas, and individual quiet nooks. This transformation reflects an international shift in the use of library spaces. As you read about the history of the CCHS library (see sidebar), many of you understand the traditional learning and research space. Although this style of learning was amenable to past generations of students, businesses today are looking for critical thinkers, problem solvers, and collaborative learners. The trustees and administration recognize this shift, and through the campaign plan, are organizing this to happen in our new Ethel Mae Hocker Information Commons. The Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation is a loyal and supportive partner to Camden Catholic High School through the kindness of the Hocker family: Rich, his wife Martha, daughter Kirsten, and her husband Paul Mason ’98. They have sponsored numerous scholarship students at Camden Catholic since 2010. The Hockers know the importance of a quality 21st Century education and the need for educational advancement for the success of students. Their generous support of the campaign has allowed for the Information Commons initiative to gain momentum and become reality. The $1.2 million project will be completed in two phases. Phase 1: summer 2016, includes wall demolition, installation of new electrical systems to support enhanced technology, new lighting, acoustic panels, and air conditioning. Phase 2: summer 2017, includes new windows, furniture, media CCHS Magazine

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equipment, and finishing touches to enhance the space. The new footprint also includes space previously occupied by an adjacent classroom and computer lab (formerly Home Economics rooms).

One of our most consistent champions, and a Catholic school educator himself, Msgr. Bob McDermott ’60 is an exemplary alumnus who continues to live by the Camden Catholic ideals of Honor, Faith and Loyalty. One of the highlights of Phase I will be the construction of the Msgr. Bob McDermott Collaborative Learning Center, a classroom fitted with computers for all students and audiovisual equipment to enhance the critical thinking experience. Teachers will use this space for collaborative and active learning to promote studentdriven discovery, inquiry, and innovation. Our plan for the 2016-2017 school year is to repurpose the current furniture until funds become available through donations and pledge payments to purchase new furniture in Phase 2. The CCHS Parents Association, CCHS Student Government, and the Class of 2016 have been gracious to donate $25,000 toward the purchase of the librarian’s new help desk and various other furniture. We are currently asking legacy families for donations to help purchase sections of furniture, as well as asking reunion groups to make a donation in the name of their class to help with these purchases. Donations in honor of or in memory of loved ones are also accepted and are a lasting way to remember them.

Join The Project: • Furniture Naming Donation specific categories available • Gift of Cash or Securities • Campaign Pledge Contact the Advancement Office at 856-663-2247 for more information or with questions regarding how to join support these efforts.

History of the Camden Catholic Library By Patricia Sariego Brown ’66, CCHS Librarian, Hall of Fame Inductee 2016

1950s Besides myself, Sister Mary Winifred, RSM (Katherine Thomas) was the only librarian at CCHS that I know of. She had a degree from Trenton State (now The College of New Jersey) prior to entering the Mercies and taught at CCHS (Camden) in the 1950s. She received her Master’s degree from Drexel (then the Institute of Technology). She was the librarian prior to the fire April 17, 1960. Archbishop Damiano was so anxious for her to be the librarian at the “new school” in Cherry Hill, that he paid her salary during the construction. The library didn’t open right away. Sister spent the year salvaging equipment and resources from Camden, directing volunteers to set up the new site, and working at the State Library, writing policies and standards for school libraries throughout the state. 1960s In the 1960s, the CCHS library was very traditional. Our resources were books, magazines, films, filmstrips, records and audio tapes. We spent a great deal of time just processing materials. Each item had at least 3 catalog cards (author, title, subject), which were typed in house. 1970s In the 1970s the library was named a Demonstration Library for the State of New Jersey. Sister and I, (in a very minor role) acted as mentors and a kind of resource for school librarians with questions. The 70s also saw the start of grant money, particularly ESEA Title II, IV. Most of the money was used to bring technology into the school. Sister studied reprographics at USC one summer and the outcome was a huge Xerox copier that could reproduce microfilm articles. We had back issues of important magazines and the NEW YORK TIMES dating back to the Civil War. This was significant. Libraries weren’t just for books anymore. Students could use individual microfilm readers, cassette, film and loop players to broaden their research.

1980s-2000s In the 80s libraries were starting to use computers to alleviate some of the managerial aspects. The CCHS library first purchased an Apple IIe to print multiple catalog cards (it had no memory). As the technology advanced, so did the benefits. We created AV Guides so departments could have access to the available materials for lesson plans. Hard drives meant card catalogs, modems meant long distance communication and sharing. Educational games, MS Office, scanning, the internet, websites, subject databases (like EBSCOHOST) were part of the 1990s. The 2000s saw the enhancement of speed, security and video displays with faculty bulletin boards, online lesson plans, online tests, skyping, distance learning, white boards, eBooks and playaways. 2010-current (Update by Mrs. Lindsey Murphy, Librarian) “Seven years ago I walked into the CCHS Library and knew I had big shoes to fill following Sister Winifred and Mrs. Brown,” says CCHS Librarian Lindsey Murphy. “In my seven years I have tried to maintain the tradition that these two women created in maintaining an up-to-date library.” Mrs. Murphy says that in preparation for the major renovation the print collection has been reduced to only keep those titles that are relevant to today’s students and faculty. “We have gradually increased the number of computers, scanners and printers to meet the ever increasing technology needs of our students and always try to keep the library open and accessible to all students for the entire school day.” Starting this fall the Information Commons will be the place for all students, faculty and staff to use state of the art technology, work as individuals and in groups and utilize both the print and ever growing electronic collections. The Information Commons, along with our faculty, will create a graduate that is prepared to enter the high tech, creative world that awaits them.

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JOIN THE SHAMROCK SOCIETY Become a member. Make Connections. Be the diference.

The Shamrock Society is a premier annual giving club supporting the Camden Catholic Annual Fund. Each year the Annual Fund enables us to provide necessary improvements to our academic departments, arts groups and athletic teams. It also provides funding to award scholarships and financial assistance to our students with demonstrated financial need. Approximately 30% of our students receive some form of financial assistance, which all comes from contributions to the Annual Fund.

To Become a Member Make a gift or pledge of $1,000 or more to the Annual Fund during our fiscal year beginning July 1st and ending June 30th. Membership is renewable annually with a gift of $1,000 or more. Membership Benefits • Advance digital copy of newsletter • Invitation to select home games and special events • Invitation to special pre-reception at the annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony • Recognition in Shamrock Society listing within the Annual Report • Special gift

SHAMROCK SOCIET Y MEMBERS Roxanne Thomas Adinolfi Bill & Anne Barker Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan Rev. Msgr. William Brennan Thomas and Sharon Brown Mr. & Mrs. Michael Byrnes Jerry Campbell Frank & Linda (Howard) Cardile Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Casserly Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Connolly Dennis Corbett Frank & Jenna Cornely Jim Coyle Walter Crossley Ray Curry Dr. and Mrs. Mark DeLaurentis Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi John & Nancy DiCiurcio Robert DiMaio Robert P. DiStanislao

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Joyce Endt Donahue EFM Foundation Mr. T. J. and Paula Escott Lizzio Admiral & Mrs. William J. Fallon, USN, Ret. Francis J. Fidell Anne Uhland Frontino Helen Arbeiter Gambogi Dr. and Mrs. Thurman and Elaine (Essner) Gillespy, Jr. Tony & Lynn Giorgio Honorable Rochelle Gizinski Charles and Sallie Grandi Carl J. Gregorio James Lewis Griffith, Esq. Mr. Robert T. Healey Richard & Carol Hoag Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kearney Lou and Morrie Keeler

Ms. Marie M. Kennedy Jane Hartman Kenney Mr. Joseph T. Kenney The Kiely Family Brian and Kim Kirwan Kulzer & DiPadova Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell Frank & Michele Law Dr. John Legere Mr. Warner Lombardi Mr. Thomas MacKinnon Agnes and Jim Madden Michael P. Madden Constance McAneney, M.D. Mr. James McCauley Dennis & Rachel McGonigle Mr. James M. McGrath The Miller Family Charitable Trust Elizabeth and Gregg Milo

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Mullin Al & Lynda Nanni Joe Nardi Rita G. Nardi Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan Jay and Lisa O'Donnell Tom & Donna Paolini Greg Peterson Mr. Gregory Phillips The Pilarz Family Lew and Kathy Procacci Michael & Elaine Procacci, Jr. Sara Procacci -Wilson Mr. Dean Ragone Daniel J. Ragone Family Foundation Mrs. Gloria Reagan Charles & Mary Ann Reed Eileen O'Neil Reilly

The C.J. Saile Family Charitable Fund Linda Schilling and James Golubieski Stephen Schmitz Ed Sexton Frank Sheahan Mr. Bartholomew Sheehan Mary M. Short Harry and Nancy Singer Mark S. Stewart (Ballard Spahr LLP) Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser Team Flacco, Inc. Third Base Sports & Trophies Robert Viggiano Colleen M. Ready Michael J. Ward Cynthia Washko-Margraf Michael Wimbish Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Christina & Mark Worthington

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State of the School Whether you graduated five, 25, or perhaps 50 years ago you may be surprised at how much some things have changed here at CCHS, as well as how much some things have stayed the same since our founding in 1887. Here is a quick snapshot of “The State of the School,” based on the 2015-16 academic year.

746 212 120 60% Total Enrollment

Student Demographic by County

Number of incoming freshmen registered in the class of 2020

Current students are CCHS legacies

(parents and/or grandparents are alumni)

$575,000

$215,000

Total in Scholarships

Total distributed in Merit & Performing Arts Scholarships*

(merit and donor) distributed during the 2015-16 school year* Camden County Burlington County Gloucester County International Other

70% 23% 5% 7% 1%

$9,315 Annual Tuition

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Faculty Members 18 with Advanced Degrees 19 Alumni Faculty and Staff Members

International Students 36 Live in the Nazareth House Dormitory and hail from China, Korea, Mexico, Nigeria and Vietnam 17 International students live with host families and call Brazil, Cambodia, China, Italy, Korea, Malaysia and Vietnam home

Students come from

Catholic Elementary Schools 39% from public schools Balance from private, charter, international, & home schools

*to the classes of 2016-19

14

Performing Arts Scholarships earned by members of the class of 2020 totaling $9,750

18 33%

Merit Scholarships totaling $62,500,

earned by members of the class of 2020 who scored 90 or above on the High School Placement Test and who were interviewed by an admissions panel

of CCHS students earn financial aid totaling $240,000 annually

19,350 232,288 Number of service hours completed by CCHS students this year, alone!

50% of students are involved in the Arts at CCHS

Number of service hours performed since the “Serving to Learn, Learning to Serve” program was initiated in 2005

Varsity Sports

62%

100%

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Annual Report of Gifts Memorial Gifts

Giving Clubs

Camden Catholic is grateful to have received many donations in memory of loved ones. Thank you to all who chose memorial donations in lieu of flowers to benefit the students of Camden Catholic

Emerald $20,000+ Estate of Joseph William Devlin Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao Mr. Richard Haydinger Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell Dennis '78 & Rachel '79 McGonigle Mr. and Mrs. Pepe Piperno John Pisa Estate of Irene M. Reynolds

Paul C. Azores (Unrestricted) Mario Sangillo John P. Carey, Jr. ’83 (John P. Carey, Jr. Scholarship) Boeing Mrs. Colleen Carey Merrell Terri Southwick Jack Clements (Wrestling) Anonymous Dorothy Corbett ‘41 (Unrestricted) Theresa Barner Joseph P. Breslin Beverly H. Brown Pat Brown Terry Carr Rick Caruso Richard DiBraccio Donna M. Dymond Catherine Fiolkowski Theresa L. Gladney Chris Henner Joseph T. Kenney Marjorie Kenney Joseph A. Kuchler Nancy Loperfido Virginia H. Mahoney John McCann Michael Melissas Merchantville Overhead Door Co. Inc. John Merritt Wayne D. Nystrom Pat O'Brien Matthew C. Petronis Doris Price Michael Price James P. Roach Ebrahim Salarizadeh John Swanson Olga M. Tashchuk Margaret Walsh Mary Curry ‘48 (Unrestricted) Alice Aceto Cab Calloway Sunshine Club Mary J. Cooper Jean Gardner Antoinette Gloway Joan C. Lambert Jim DelViscio ‘70 (Unrestricted) Greg Kizeik Brian Deutsch ‘98 (Wrestling) Anonymous Msgr. Joseph W. Devlin ‘47 (Unrestricted) George Whelan Louis J. Frontino ‘65 (Performing Arts) Anne U. Frontino Josephine Howard Barbara Milch Harriet Mullen Robert D. Ross Kathryn Myrtetus Gorski ’63 (Unrestricted) Mary E. McDermott Carolina Fidell Gross ‘40 (Unrestricted) Francis J. Fidell Joseph H. Kenney (Tom Kenney Scholarship) Denise Alexander Gerald J. Beliveau Jeffrey S. Berns Lawrence Borgia Lois Burns Committee to Strengthen America Robert A. Cornaglia Donald Cunningham William J. DeSantis Diener Brick Company Foundation Title, LLC Mary D. Gramigna

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Jay Greenblatt Michael R. Griffinger Maureen Q. Harrigan Gregg Heininger Charles W. Heuisler William F. Hyland John B. Kearney Francis Keeley John T. Kelley Patrick Kennedy Coworkers of Mary Kenney Joseph T. Kenney Joel B. Korin Kulzer & DiPadova Rosemary Leach Tom Madden Nicholas Mangano Theodore Massaro Tanya J. McCloskey Mary J. Mullany Joseph M. Nardi Marjorie M. O'Brien Charles O'Reilly Adolph Piperno Willaim Powers Dean A. Ragone Raible, Cornaglia, Wenstrom & Raible, LLC Kenneth D. Ross Joe Santangelo Mark Schmid Edward D. Slevin Mark S. Stewart Martin D. Strulson Claudia M. Tesoro Jane White Frank Wisniewski John Wixted Leonard Wood Wayne Wright James J. Kerley ‘40 (Unrestricted) The Chace Fund, Inc. Lost Tree Club Joseph Melone Msgr. Eugene J. Kernan ‘42 (Unrestricted) Helen Gambogi Donald G. Knox ‘65 (Unrestricted) Anne U. Frontino Larry McGinley (Unrestricted) Monica M. McGinley Larry McLaughlin ‘61 (Unrestricted) Richard Bittner Kenneth Villano James R. Reagan ‘43 (Unrestricted) Diane Kern Suzanne Kuehn Anna McDowell Connie McDowell Elizabeth and Gregg Milo Emily S. Parr Gloria Reagan Bill Scott Rev. O. Hugh Stout (Tuition Assistance) Anne U. Frontino Vicki Trainor (Tuition Assistance) William H. Rutter Denise Tontarski Joanne Vidnovich Elaine O’Brien Truran ‘52 (Hall of Fame Scholarship) Pat O’Brien Eileen Turner ‘65 (Unrestricted) Anne U. Frontino Sister Anne Joachim Vari, OP ’50 (Unrestricted) Joseph Costanzo

Legacy $10,000-$19,999 Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Connolly Peter S. Dooner III EFM Foundation Team Flacco, Inc. Charles and Sallie Grandi Mr. Robert T. Healey The Luke W. Jordan, Jr. Foundation James F. Kelly Mr. Joseph T. Kenney Agnes '63 and Jim '57 Madden Tom '54 & Barbara '55 Madden Estate of Marie C. Miller Charles & Mary Ann Reed The C.J. Saile Family Charitable Fund Linda M. Schilling '70 and James Golubieski Sharkey Family Charitable Trust Mary M. Short Colleen M. Ready Founder $5,000-$9,999 Frank & Jenna Cornely Mr. T. J. and Paula Escott Lizzio James and Johanna Guilfoyle Trust Scholarship Estate of Sara F. Kenny Ms. Anne Koons The Miller Family Charitable Trust Mrs. Patricia Palumbo Mr. Dean Ragone Harry '75 and Nancy '76 Singer Mercy $2,500-$4,999 Bill & Anne Barker Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Casserly Dennis Corbett Walter Crossley Estate of Robert J. Degnan Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi John & Nancy DiCiurcio Francis J. Fidell Louis J. & Anne (Uhland) Frontino Tony & Lynn Giorgio Estate of Monsignor John Griffey Richard & Carol Hoag Michael P. Madden Daniel J. Ragone Family Foundation Tom Shemeley Robert Christopher Skaf Foundation Frank and Michele Tedesco '66 Ron and Paula (D'Antonio) Villa Cynthia Washko-Margraf Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherby Wells Fargo Shamrock $1,000-$2,499 Roxanne Thomas Adinolfi Coletta A. Berger Elizabeth Madden Black Boeing Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan Rev. Msgr. William Brennan Thomas and Sharon Brown Edward F. Burke Mr. & Mrs. Michael Byrnes Jerry Campbell Frank & Linda (Howard) Cardile Rick '70 & Denise (Brady) Caruso '77 CCHS Student Government Class of 1958 Bernard and Barbara Cortese

Jim and Mildred Coyle Ray Curry Dr. and Mrs. Mark DeLaurentis Dennis DeMayo Robert DiMaio Joyce Endt Donahue Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle Admiral & Mrs. William J. Fallon, USN, Ret. Flynn & O'Hara Uniforms Anthony Fugaro '57 & Delia Settanni Fugaro '58 Mr. David Gallagher Helen Arbeiter Gambogi Dr. and Mrs. Thurman and Elaine (Essner) Gillespy, Jr. Honorable Rochelle Gizinski Mr. Eaton Goldthwaite Carl J. Gregorio James Lewis Griffith, Esq. Bart and Denise Healy Mr. Timothy Higgins Dr. Karl Holzinger Rosanna N. Innes Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kearney Lou and Morrie '53 Keeler Louis & Monica (McCauley) Keeler Francis and Mimi McDermott '48 Keeley Ms. Marie M. Kennedy Jane Hartman Kenney The Kiely Family Brian and Kim Kirwan Kulzer & DiPadova Frank & Michele Law Dr. John Legere Mr. Warner Lombardi Mr. Thomas MacKinnon Constance McAneney, M.D. Mr. James McCauley Mr. James M. McGrath Mrs. Colleen Carey Merrell Elizabeth and Gregg Milo Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Mullin Al & Lynda Nanni Joe Nardi '76 Rita G. Nardi Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan Jay and Lisa O'Donnell Tom & Donna Paolini Greg Peterson Gregory and Molly Mullin Phillips The Pilarz Family Porsche of The Main Line Michael & Elaine Procacci, Jr. Lew and Kathy Procacci Procacci Development Co., Inc. Sara Procacci -Wilson Kristen and Jack Pund Mrs. Gloria Reagan Eileen O'Neil Reilly Brian '90 & Erin '91 Romani Stephen Schmitz Ed Sexton Frank Sheahan Mr. Bartholomew Sheehan Mark S. Stewart (Ballard Spahr LLP) Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser Third Base Sports & Trophies Robert Viggiano '54 Michael J. Ward Michael Wimbish Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Christina & Mark Worthington The Irish $500-$999 Mrs. Martha Macys Abbinante Bank of America Jim Barnabei George F. Beppel Tim Bieg and Kate Madden Bieg Eleanor T. Bierschenk Mr. Edward F. Brennan

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Annual Report of Gifts Mr. Patrick J. Brennan, Jr. Carol & Joe Burke Christopher J. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Blaise Cona Mrs. Beth Wagner Coyne Dave and Ellie Cuneo Mrs. Frances M. D'Ambrisi Nino Del Buono Kathleen Montgomery DePetris Diener Brick Company Discovery Search Partners George Eisele & Ellen Lawrence Henry Engel Pat "Dooley" Fennimore Dom Flamini Claire Cybulski Foster Bill Fynes GE Foundation Phil Gentlesk Jim and Patricia Andris Gillece Mr. Charles Grimley Janet Brutschea Haugen Helen Stussy Hornyak Brenton Hutchinson Janet Jordan Matthew Kaminski Dr. Robert and Linda Mroz Labaczewski Lauren M. Lee Mr. Jim Lynch Joseph Lyons Charles A. Maimone, Jr. Msgr. Andrew Martin Elizabeth Tirrell Mazzeo Mr. James McKee James McNasby Jack & Maryanne Merritt Mr. Anthony Murry Mr. Victor A. Nieves, Jr. Colonel Richard '51 and Kay '52 (Smaldore) Noble Cornelius L. Norris Jr Michael and Kathryn Sinatra O'Callaghan Claire Pfeffer Mrs. Carla Volpe Porter Daniel and Audrey Rice Rev. Jason T. Rocks Mark & Denise Schmid '68 & '69 Gerald Siefring,Jr., Ph.D Richard '55 and Mary E. Muller '56 Smith The Spangler Family Loretta Stachiotti Kathleen McDermott Strott Kathleen Sullivan Joe and Andrea Sweeney Ralph & Heather (Enriquez) Tallman Lois Quigley Trani Annabella Barber Verna The Ward Family Fund Leonard & Catherine Wood Spire $250-$499 Alice Aceto (Ridgway) Anyzek Fuels, Inc. Anonymous Therese McCurdy Baker Mary Anne McAnally Baltish Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Beckett Bill Bennett Jim Bigley Mrs. Kathryn Braun Bolich Larry Borger Susanne Miazga Bower Shane Brennan Mrs. Jaclyn Brown Brower James A. Carter Loretta A. Cianci-Watson Marcella Cole Ed Connell Jim Cook Mrs. Mary J. Cooper Mr. Tomas Corbett Dennis & Regis Cronin Richard and Caitlin Martin Crowell Lorraine Adinolfi Cucinotta

Rev. James Dabrowski Maura & Jesse Daniels Elizabeth Boyle Delaney Cesare R. Dolente Ron Emma Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC Mary Ellen Tolson Flinn Joan Francesconi Sarah Danley Fridy Gabrielle Bieg Funke John J. Gallagher GlaxoSmithKline Mary Gramigna Craig C. Hamilton Norman Hathaway Margaret (Staats'53) and Bill Heath Jim Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgins William Hobbs Lori White Hockley Florence Koch Hopkins Dr. Raymond Hozalski Diane Wasyluk Iardella Michelle Sears Jones Mr. John Keating Mr. Charles J. Kelly Richard J. Kelly Pat & Anne Kennedy '53 Ms. Mary Kenney Mr. Michael Kiely Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kuchler J. Thomas LaCasse Jim Leimkuhler Drs. Bob & Joyce Leonetti David A. MacDonald Madden & Madden Charles & Andrea Maimone Ms. Christine F. Matera Dr. & Mrs John McInerney Jack Messick Judith Mullen Most Rev. George V. Murry, S.J. Robert Murtin Raymond Nardi Isaac and Akos Nuamah Mr. Timothy O'Brien Colleen (Lumley) O'Brien Marjorie Kenney O'Brien Pat and Colleen O'Brien Kelly O'Connor Virginia A. Onofrio Orange Regional Medical Center Ines Palombo Bernard A. Pekala, MD Howard Pfeffer Mrs. Joann Polashock Michael Procacci Eileen Horan Rabbitt Mr. Edward J. Radetich, Jr. David M. Ragonese Raible, Cornaglia, Wenstrom & Raible, LLC Terry and Rosemarie Robson Joseph H. Rodriguez Mr. Drew M. Rosenfeld Al Sauter Ms. Jessica Sheehan Mary Murray Sheil Marie Pagliaro Shreves Jack Sinon Robert and Kathryn Smith Terri Southwick Bob Spies Joseph E. Steinhagen Mr. William Taylor Vince & Jeanette Torno Colleen Byrnes Walsh Theodore W. Walter Jr. Charles “Chief� Welch Maryann Wixted-Weyer Colin & Mary Whipkey Ruth L. Wilkerson Bruce & Patricia Wright Diane Zannoni

Giving by Class Year

John Jagielski Marie Collier Wilmot***

* 3+ consecutive years of giving ** 5+ consecutive years of giving *** 10+ consecutive years of giving

Class of 1947

Class of 1935 % Participation: 0.90% Total Committed: $50 Green & White Mrs. Theresa Gladney

Class of 1936 % Participation: 1.32% Total Committed: $600 Spire Helen Stussy Hornyak Century Mrs. Catherine Arnesen

Class of 1938 % Participation: 2.97% Total Committed: $3,300 Mercy Francis J. Fidell*** Century Dorothy M. Shaw Amos* Green & White Frances Wallace*

Class of 1941 % Participation: 2.68% Total Committed: $625 Century Teresa M. Cuneo Edwin Dougherty* Leonard Lazarick Green & White Mrs. Catherine Fiolkowski

Class of 1943 % Participation: 3.97% Total Committed: $415 Century Hazel W. (Dolan) Butler** Dorothy Deckert Philip A. Valvardi, Jr.*** Green & White Marie Dewane Mr. John F. Donegan Gerald E. Siefring Sr.***

Class of 1944 % Participation: 2.88% Total Committed: $325 Spire Bob Spies* Green & White Marguerite D'Auria Szawlewicz Mrs. Edith Mills

Class of 1945 % Participation: 3.03% Total Committed: $1,060 Shamrock Coletta A. Berger*** Green & White Rudolph C. Camishion*** Anna Appenzeller Craig Teresa Jones

Class of 1946 % Participation: 2.66% Total Committed: $635 Spire Ruth L. Wilkerson*** Century Marie Tomlinson Sihelnik*** Green & White Emma E. Darpino

% Participation: 7.46% Total Committed: $13,970 Legacy Mr. Robert T. Healey* Shamrock Helen Arbeiter Gambogi** The Irish Claire Cybulski Foster*** Spire J. Thomas LaCasse* Century Joan Gaffney Hurley*** Gennaro C. Leone*** Jerry Lordan*** John A. Marchesani Theresa Gerney Paulson** Dorothy Schnitzius Richard J. Sexton*** Green & White Helen Kelchner Foster* Mrs. Theresa Klausner Bill and Harriet Mullen** Sister Patricia Welsh, RSM

Class of 1948 % Participation: 6.82% Total Committed: $4,650 Shamrock Francis and Mimi McDermott Keeley* Ed Sexton The Irish Mrs. Frances M. D'Ambrisi Spire Alice Aceto (Ridgway) Century Bern Burns** Thomas E. Daley** Raymond H. Fitzmaurice** Jean Tasch Gardner*** Richard J. Higgins* Green & White Elizabeth L. Deutsch Michael Perfetto Rose Mary (Smith) Brannigan James L. Waldron* Joan Gideon Love* Josephine (Lario) Cheesman*

Class of 1949 % Participation: 5.61% Total Committed: $4,140 Shamrock Dr. and Mrs. Thurman and Elaine (Essner) Gillespy, Jr. Rita G. Nardi*** Spire Joseph H. Rodriguez Century Mrs. Mary Divine Colangelo*** Paul Collins George Donnelly*** Louise Prause Houwen* John F. Mahon Mary Lou McCarthy Venella*** Green & White Mr. Tom Laverty*** Nancy Leone Loperfido M. Joyce Schmidt***

Class of 1950 % Participation: 7.14% Total Committed: $2,040 Spire James A. Carter*** Mary Gramigna***

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Annual Report of Gifts Century Theresa P. Alpaugh* Bernadette Magann Baylor*** Class of 1950 John T. Hoban & Bernadette K. (Carr) Hoban '53*** Joseph V. Lisiewski Barbara Jennis Malone*** Joseph McGinley*** Mrs. Dorothy McHugh Schuler** Dorothy Davis Ward*** Green & White Elizabeth Hampton Bittner** Catherine (Leone) Broome*** Robert J. Brown Joseph Costanzo D. Patricia (Callahan) McCaw*** Jane Marchesani McCullen*** Sister Dolores Patterson, RSM Dave and Pat Reader***

Class of 1951 % Participation: 7.57% Total Committed: $3,516 Shamrock Jane Hartman Kenney*** Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Mullin* The Irish Colonel Richard and Kay ‘52 (Smaldore) Noble*** Spire Theodore W. Walter Jr.** Century Ernest (Ernie) J. Caruso* Mr. Thomas Henwood* John J. (Jack) Higgins* Bernice Massi* Mary Puzzutiello McClaine*** Charles P. McFadden** Thomas and Jane (Bradley) McLaughlin*** Green & White Annonymous Mary E. Dunbar*** Joseph A. Fanelle*** Kathleen Gramigna Garrity Mrs. Rita Heeter Mrs. Rosemary Leach Elizabeth Shute Morenc*** Mary Elizabeth J. O'Leary, OSF** Michael R. Scian**

Class of 1952 % Participation: 6.41% Total Committed: $3,895 Shamrock Edward F. Burke*** The Irish Colonel Richard '51 and Kay (Smaldore) Noble*** Annabella Barber Verna*** Spire Jack Sinon* Century Barbara Braddock Kelley** Frank Kelly*** Fran & Pat '56 Mulroy* Jerome D. Piccioni** Phil and Jo Raimondo* Gerard P. Smith*** Ray Swissler*** Fred and Betty Walker Green & White Mary Oberst Hallion* Sister Percylee Hart, RSM*** John P. Henry Patricia McLaughlin Querubin Claire (Oxley) Scheurich*** Barbara Kaufmann Taylor

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Class of 1953 % Participation: 6.10% Total Committed: $4,355 Shamrock Lou and Morrie Keeler** The Irish Bill Fynes** Spire Margaret (Staats) and Bill Heath** Florence Koch Hopkins* Pat & Anne Kennedy*** Century Joan Marchesani Eisenhardt*** Hugh S. Gallagher* Marie Goddard Hathaway John T. Hoban ’50 & Bernadette K. (Carr) Hoban Nicholas Mangano Gertrude Marcozzi* Cono A. Micale** Hon. Theresa A. Tull*** Green & White Joseph Embres Patricia Nicktern Lanard** Joan Neumann Lowrey Rich Perry Mr. Thomas Smaldore Vito Zizzamia***

Class of 1954 % Participation: 7.61% Total Committed: $17,165 Legacy Tom & Barbara '55 Madden Mercy Tom Shemeley*** Shamrock Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Mullin Robert Viggiano*** The Irish George Eisele & Ellen Lawrence*** Henry Engel* Pat "Dooley" Fennimore*** Spire Larry Borger*** Marcella Cole Norman Hathaway Century Mary Ann (Martin) Boylan*** Patricia A. Carr** Helen J. Crawford** Carol Ballay Gillece Barbara McDevitt Horsley*** Gail F. O'Neill*** Ms. Marie Vilardo Green & White Anthony Guerrieri*** Carole Chilcott Hare Mary Costello Lickfeld*** Mr. Thomas J. McHugh Regina Foley Parker* Thomas Riebel* Angela Rizzo

Class of 1955 % Participation: 5.84% Total Committed: $3,065 Legacy Tom ’54 & Barbara Madden The Irish Nino Del Buono Richard and Mary E. Muller '56 Smith*** Kathleen McDermott Strott*** Spire Elizabeth Boyle Delaney*** Richard J. Kelly*** Century Joan Morton Cordner***

Jim Flanagan*** The Lapergola / Romano Family Dorothy Dalton McKelvey Patricia (McMullin) Palermino** Janine Powers Surrichio Sergio Tobia*** Green & White Mary McKeaney Breslin*** Joan Hermesman Brown Betty (Carbone) Brown-Pelis Mrs. Catherine Gallagher Riebel* Rosanna Lyford Slobodian Harry Thiel

Class of 1956 % Participation: 7.58% Total Committed: $18,005 Legacy James F. Kelly** Founder Mrs. Patricia Palumbo Shamrock Jerry Campbell*** The Irish Dom Flamini*** Richard ’55 and Mary E. Muller Smith*** Spire Mrs. Kathryn Braun Bolich*** Al Sauter*** Century Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angelozzi*** Walter H. Johnson*** Elizabeth Corbett Marinelli Mrs. Veronica Fullano McVickar** Edward Moseley** Fran ’52 & Pat Mulroy* Peggy Nettleton Multhaup* Robert P. Weber* Barbara A. Williams, RSM*** Green & White James W. Eisele** Romeo Giannetti Patricia Kelley-Danley*** Francis P. McLaughlin* Albert W. Stanley*** Helen E. Wilson Zaengle***

Class of 1957 % Participation: 7.94% Total Committed: $26,925 Legacy Agnes '63 and Jim Madden** Mary M. Short Shamrock Joyce Endt Donahue*** Anthony Fugaro & Delia Settanni Fugaro '58*** The Irish Mr. Jim Lynch*** Lois Quigley Trani* Spire John J. Gallagher*** Mr. Charles J. Kelly Judith Mullen*** Mary Murray Sheil*** Century Robert B. Burke*** Irene Fitzsimmons* Michael Keating Ms. Elizabeth P. May** Patricia Gaughan Phillips* Patricia Martin Sinon*** Green & White Mrs. Rita Bernert Anna Fullmer Dugan Frank Green Bernadette Wolfram Kavanaugh* Marty & Maureen Lowther

Patrick R. McCarty** Terry Morgan* John G. Sandell Charles Schepacarter*

Class of 1958 % Participation: 6.67% Total Committed: $12,155 Founder Mr. T. J. and Paula Escott Lizzio*** Shamrock Class of 1958 Anthony Fugaro ‘57 & Delia Settanni Fugaro*** James Lewis Griffith, Esq.* Mr. Bartholomew Sheehan Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser*** Century Pat (Teodori) Chima* Richard Furlong*** William Green*** Patricia Mallon Keppeler** Pete J. Oteri* Martin & Valerie (Reiss '59) Schlindwein Eileen Quinlan Stallings* Green & White Mr. Al Atkinson Edward R. Badyna* Jerry Derer** Mary L. Deery Foster*** Ann Ragone Hardy** William J. Loges William R. Paull*** Kathleen B. (Mertz) Perogine** Pat Roberts Reiners Patricia Bowers Rieken Mr. William Schmidt* Dominic Scola**

Class of 1959 % Participation: 5.85% Total Committed: $1,880 Spire Bernard A. Pekala, MD*** Bruce & Patricia Wright*** Century Kathryn C. DiGiacomo Jerry Kelly*** Theresa C. Laviano* Edward T. Mars, Jr. Maureen B. Mastrobuono John F. Schmelzer, DO* Martin ’58 & Valerie (Reiss) Schlindwein Albert & Carol Holt Schuler* Green & White Marie Cianci Alemi*** Alan Anderer* Kathleen M. Arleth Mr. Donald R. Chierici, Jr. Patricia Linskey Cregan** Mr. James L. Curran Jo Ann Daniels D'Andrea Albert E. DePrince, Jr Patricia Dolan Divish* Marty & Maureen Lowther Kathleen McGinley Masterson Ambrogia Di Tommasi-Mastil Mr. Dave Schlitz* Patricia Novick Thurber*** Joanne Smaldore Wetherspoon*

Class of 1960 % Participation: 17.38% Total Committed: $25,595 Legacy Charles & Mary Ann Reed*** Mercy Walter Crossley***

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Shamrock Carl J. Gregorio** Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser*** The Irish Carol & Joe Burke** Msgr. Andrew Martin*** Jack & Maryanne Merritt* Spire Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Beckett** Marie Pagliaro Shreves*** Mr. William Taylor Century Ed Carey* Roseann Pestritto Costa Mr. Albert Franks, Jr. Robert J. Long*** Gerry Barbera Marchetty*** Joe & Diane '76 O'Brien Ms. Pat O'Brien Dennis and Evelyn J. O'Brien Julia M. Piccioni** Mrs. Carol R. Quinn Mr. Harry Ruhle Mrs. Sheila Santarpio Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith Catherine Metz Smith*** Helena Gowan Volansky* Mr. John Wilson Kathy Weatherby Winton* Dr. Peter A. Wish Green & White Mrs. Jackie Agostini Loretta Gregorio Breslin** Mr. Louis Ciccone Mrs. Elizabeth Angelucci Davey Detta DeVleeschower Mrs. Catherine Hesseldenz Mrs. Sue Huesken John and Margaret Iannetta Mrs. Barbara Joyce Mr. David Kiniry Mrs. Donata Kratz Mrs. Christina Manzoni Mrs. Maureen Meloni Carmelita Colache Olivo Mrs. Gloria Passarella Ms. Cecilia Rosen Mrs. Mary Jane Salmonsen Charles J. Schmidheiser* Mrs. Carol Van Horn Pauline and Bob Villa

Class of 1961 % Participation: 5.90% Total Committed: $2,530 The Irish Phil Gentlesk** Spire Dennis & Regis Cronin*** Century Mary Jo Blake Agin Dolores Mecca Bendorf*** Rich & Therese Campbell '64 Bittner*** Mary E. Cahill** Mr. Bill Casey*** James & Bernadette Dunn* William H. Halscheid, III* Margaret and Thomas Rapa Rita Williams* Green & White Marie Deleo Clapp* Mary Dianna Corbett** Gloria Dellaratta Carole Viggiano Finacaro*** Jim Hockin Patricia (Carr) Jennings** Elsie Hak Judge*** Mrs. Mary Ellen Kurucz Harry J. Kyler**

Mary E. Domako McGuckin Patricia Doyle Villano***

Class of 1962 % Participation: 5.05% Total Committed: $4,295 Shamrock Frank Sheahan** The Irish James McNasby** Spire Cesare R. Dolente* Jim Higgins** Joseph E. Steinhagen* Century Anonymous* Tom & Sheila '63 Clifford Susanne A. Copenhaver* Frank & Veronica (Koch) Dailey* Regina Erhard Dengel*** Edward J. Krause Marge McLaughlin* Jim Miller* Ed & Pat Pyne Margie Strasser Ricci* Dorothy J. & James W. Schultz** Mary DeRosa Sutherland Green & White Dan & Aileen Thompson** Anne Barca Young

Class of 1963 % Participation: 8.17% Total Committed: $14,364 Legacy Agnes and Jim ‘57 Madden** Mercy Richard & Carol Hoag** Michael P. Madden*** Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherby Shamrock Admiral & Mrs. William J. Fallon, USN, Ret.** Mr. James M. McGrath The Irish Kathleen Montgomery DePetris*** Spire Mary Anne McAnally Baltish*** Jim Bigley** Joan Francesconi Craig C. Hamilton*** Jim Leimkuhler** Century Len Casey Tom ‘62 & Sheila Clifford Richard and Bernadette DiLullo Warren and Suzanne Faulk Mrs. Patricia Kennedy Joseph T. Lario Maureen Meehan Lee*** Eileen Becker Lish Mr. Andrew Mancini Dan McElroy*** Mr. James McGrath Ed & Pat Pyne Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith Green & White Mary & Jeff Clark* Mrs. Carol Crandley Theresa (Dove) DiFrancesco* George J. & Kathy Eckert*** Gerry (Seeman) McCloskey Gus Moseley*** Mary Ann McKeon Myers* Carol Olesiewicz*** Leonard & Vicki Orzechowski** Mrs. Diane Harper Thompson James Viggiano**

Class of 1964 % Participation: 6.03% Total Committed: $2,575 Spire Loretta A. Cianci-Watson*** Jim Cook* Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgins Century Rich ’61 & Therese Campbell Bittner*** Joan A. Bruno*** Barbara (Hillman) & Patrick Carr Joan Catani* Patricia DePersia-Westerfer*** Kathleen Smith Duffy* Bernard J. Egan** Mrs. Ellen K. Gangemi** Bill Holder Patrick and Margaret (McKee) Madison*** Mary H. McGinley*** Patty & Zen Mikulski Elly Stover Poupard*** Margaret and Thomas Rapa Deacon & Mrs. James H. Rocks** Green & White John Daniels Eileen M. LePage*** Michael McBride** Jane A. Grady Whalen

Class of 1965 % Participation: 6.79% Total Committed: $10,525 Mercy Louis J. & Anne (Uhland) Frontino*** Shamrock Elizabeth Madden Black Dr. John Legere*** The Irish Dr. Robert and Linda Mroz Labaczewski* Claire Pfeffer Spire Ed Connell* Mary Ellen Tolson Flinn* Century Victor J. Andrijauskas Mr. Terry Carr Clayton J. Gillette Geraldine Messick Hess Mary Jane Hurley Brant* Christopher Joniec** Monica M. McGinley Joyce R. Monsees (Gini)* Mr. Michael Valentine Green & White Anna L. Cirullo*** Patricia M. Beckman Costello* Nancy Germanotta Forsyth Mrs. Josephine Howard Penelope Maguire** Ms. Alice Maragliano** Barbara Ann Fitzpatrick Milch Joanne Cassidy Spirito*

Class of 1966 % Participation: 4.91% Total Committed: $5,770 Mercy Frank and Michele Tedesco*** Shamrock Michael & Elaine Procacci, Jr. Spire Therese McCurdy Baker Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Kuchler*** Most Rev. George V. Murry, S.J.*** Terry and Rosemarie Robson Century Pat and Wally Brown* Mike & Kathy Caputi***

Josephine (Wilson) Clausen*** Peter DiMarco** Lois Forrester-Frye* Jean & Joe Grzybowski Nancy Domako Howard Rosemarie E. Kaminski Hufner Mr. Frederick Keating Green & White Vincent and Linda Bowers Ardire*** Olivia Ravelli Dotta** John T. Kelley*** Mr. Frank J. Nardi, Sr.* Lorraine Gloster Powell* Joanne Bancer Rossa Josephine Leonardo Tomanchio Mr. George Whelan

Class of 1967 % Participation: 9.09% Total Committed: $10,870 Mercy Bill & Anne Barker*** Shamrock Thomas and Sharon Brown** Mr. Warner Lombardi The Irish Joseph Lyons* Gerald Siefring,Jr., Ph.D*** Joe and Andrea Sweeney** Spire Lorraine Adinolfi Cucinotta** Marjorie Kenney O'Brien Howard Pfeffer Vince & Jeanette Torno*** Diane Zannoni* Century Patrick D. Abiuso* William Bigham Jerry Coyle* Mrs. Kathleen Dunn Jack and Chris Fleming** Barbara Hannon*** Paul Messina*** Anne K. Pfister Bob Ruggero Anonymous Ben & Teresa Santoro Carol Murray Theriault Ursula Amendolia Vermillion Stanley H. Winner Green & White Mrs. Diane Beaulieu Edward Grudzinski Francis Hunt** Mike Kondrla* Mercy A. Martin Kathleen Johnson Taylor Patricia Lynch Weber*

Class of 1968 % Participation: 8.71% Total Contributed: $9,160 Mercy Tony & Lynn Giorgio*** Shamrock Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan* Bernard and Barbara Cortese** Frank & Michele Law*** The Irish Jim Barnabei Dr. Robert and Linda Mroz Labaczewski* Mark & Denise ’69 Schmid*** Leonard & Catherine Wood*** Spire Charles & Andrea Maimone*** Dr. & Mrs John McInerney* Jack Messick Maryann Wixted-Weyer

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Annual Report of Gifts Century Margaret E. Coffee Biegalski** Maryann Clifford Dr. John Diepold* Angela D'Italia James & Rita Giosa The Holland Family, Tom '68** Loring P. Jones** Margaret Hutchinson McElroy** Joe and Kathy Vogdes Green & White Tex and Dee Copsetta Susan DeCicco Mary Duffin Good** Mrs. Linda Ksiazek Palmquist** Elaine Sirna Shaughnessy*

Class of 1969 % Participation: 8.05% Total Committed: $12,335 Legacy Charles and Sallie Grandi*** Shamrock Jim and Mildred Coyle The Irish Mark ’68 & Denise Schmid*** Spire Ron Emma* Century Mrs. Mary Ann Engel-Greene Charles R. Hobbs, Jr. Margaret Knox*** Patrick La Pella** Mr. Charles Manning Mr. Bill Patterson Judy Varallo-Morris* Joe and Kathy Vogdes* Green & White Noreen Nugent Baker* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belz Paul & Sandra Caputi* Mr. John DeLuca Sr. Joseph J. Dolchan Jr.** Joe Duffin Jr.*** Dr. Michael Lanzilotta Salvatore Leonardo*** Maryanne Taylor Marshall*** Mrs. Barbara Smyth

Class of 1970 % Participation: 3.39% Total Committed: $19,403 Legacy Linda M. Schilling and James Golubieski*** Shamrock Rick & Denise (Brady) Caruso '77* Jim and Mildred Coyle The Irish Mr. Anthony Murry* Spire Drs. Bob & Joyce Leonetti Eileen Horan Rabbitt*** Century Kathleen Kenney Collura** Hugh R. Delany* Carolyn Bruni Haehn* Ms. Mary Ellen Cantera McClung Ms. Mary F. Platt Joe Zambetti* Green & White Karen Weber Camaratta*** Paul & Sandra Caputi* Patricia M. Corbett Michele Pierson Gerbino Gregory P. Kizeik Mr. Dennis McDonald

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Class of 1971 % Participation: 3.44% Total Committed: $5,825 Shamrock Roxanne Thomas Adinolfi* Frank & Linda (Howard) Cardile* Dennis DeMayo** Greg Peterson** The Irish Loretta Stachiotti*** Spire Bill Bennett*** Century Dr. Jane Marko Carabasi* Mike and Kathy Glander Fitzpatrick*** Brian Leahy** Denise A. Menzel Anne Marie Seward Edwin W. Tevis Jr.*** Green & White Vincent and Linda Bowers Ardire*** Susanna McArdle Marren Patricia (Sirna) Nordt*** John W. Pasquarello*** Mario Sangillo

Class of 1972 % Participation: 4.44% Total Committed: $5,975 Shamrock Mr. Timothy Higgins Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted*** The Irish George F. Beppel*** Mr. Charles Grimley Spire Mr. Edward J. Radetich, Jr. Century Steve & Susan Schmidt Bagocius*** Georgiann Vinci Jaworskyj Gregory G. Keller*** Dennis and Maryann Mohan* Donna Spence Scanlon Joe Schanberger** Carol Devenny Scott*** Stephen R. Startare Green & White Irma E. Bukis** Louis S. Celani Dr. Dot Alderson Merianos*** James Mills Ms. Pamela Palazzo Judith Panetta-Warren*** Diane M. Pilone Mr. Ken Ruiz Theresa Saccomanno

Class of 1973 % Participation: 4.76% Total Committed: $2,280 Shamrock Constance McAneney, M.D.*** Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted*** Century Mrs. Theresa Dymond Barner Jim and Debbie Martucci Cox Nancy O'Donnell- Gaddis Dolores R. Hatch Mrs. Carol Smith Maria La Pella** Matthew Petronis Green & White Joseph & Ruth Crean* Ms. Peggy Crowell Carol Cooney Eckerl Phyllis Horn Koch* Anonymous* Karen Coyle Mrs. Gloria Maccaroni Webb* Mr. Michael Yeager

Class of 1974

Class of 1977

% Participation: 6.23% Total Committed: $58,105 Emerald John Pisa* Mercy John & Nancy DiCiurcio** Shamrock Rosanna N. Innes Kristen and Jack Pund*** Stephen Schmitz* The Irish Mrs. Carla Volpe Porter** Spire Mrs. Mary J. Cooper Century Susan Paull DeGrazia Steve Drake*** Donna Hooven Frithsen Mary Deighan Herbert Mary Lou Saccomanno Janice Caniglia Shapiro* Suzanne Tierney Mr. William Walker Green & White Mrs. Denise Belz Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belz

% Participation: 5.80% Total Committed: $17,399 Legacy Colleen M. Ready*** Mercy Ron and Paula (D'Antonio) Villa** Shamrock Rick ’70 & Denise (Brady) Caruso* Dr. and Mrs. Mark DeLaurentis The Pilarz Family*** The Irish Elizabeth Tirrell Mazzeo** Spire Charles "Chief" Welch*** Century Ms. Kathleen Brust Joanne Burke*** John and Mary Dymond Denise and Dan McCormick* Greg T. Moffatt* Mr. Thomas G. Rozinski Debbie Mangano Sweeney Green & White Maria Meehan Devlin* James B. Morris Debbie Krawczyk Simmons* Eileen Mills Thomas

Class of 1975 % Participation: 5.22% Total Committed: $10,425 Founder Harry and Nancy '76 Singer*** Shamrock Robert DiMaio Dr. Karl Holzinger* Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien*** Michael J. Ward* The Irish Mr. and Mrs. Blaise Cona* Spire Rev. James Dabrowski*** Michelle Sears Jones Mr. Timothy O'Brien Century Ms. Patricia Fisher*** Joseph & Bernadette McGettigan Dawn S. Palka* Patrice Schwab, R.D.H.* Green & White Richard and Diane Crowell** Dominic and Christine Palladino

Class of 1976 % Participation: 7.32% Total Committed: $24,275 Legacy Mr. Joseph T. Kenney** Founder Mr. Dean Ragone*** Harry ’75 and Nancy Singer*** Shamrock Honorable Rochelle Gizinski Joe Nardi*** Jay and Lisa O'Donnell The Irish Janet Brutschea Haugen Spire Susanne Miazga Bowers* Ms. Mary Kenney Pat and Colleen O'Brien Century Noreen Errigo-Hoff** Rosemary Karbach Foley* Ms. Carmen M. Garcia Tony & Peggy (Testa) Messina*** Joe ’60 & Diane O'Brien Green & White Margie Francescone Slenn***

Class of 1978 % Participation: 3.89% Total Committed: $128,560 Emerald Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao*** Dennis & Rachel '79 McGonigle*** Shamrock Louis & Monica (McCauley) Keeler** Eileen O'Neil Reilly** Spire Mr. John Keating** Raymond Nardi* Century Joseph and Eileen Griffiths Cuzzupe Ms. Rita Burns Dame* John Fox Mrs. Sharon McDonnell* Mrs. Julia Bilodeau Purdy Green & White Richard and Diane Crowell*

Class of 1979 % Participation: 6.86% Total Committed: $4,410 Emerald Dennis ’78 & Rachel McGonigle*** Mercy Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi* Spire Mr. Tomas Corbett* Century Robert Beideman** Mr. Robert Brutschea Beth Picknally Camden Joseph and Eileen Griffiths Cuzzupe Mr. Jeffrey Koelsch*** Joe and Debbie Murtin Michael A. Sergi Green & White Frank and Lisa Cornely Dru (Garton) Filiberto*** Mrs. Linda Gimbroni Madres Michael and Corey Mr. Thomas Stilley*

Class of 1980 % Participation: 2.94% Total Committed: $2,150 Shamrock Ray Curry**

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The Irish Christopher J. Burns** Spire Robert Murtin* Century Mrs. Daria Weldon Barber* Mr. Mark A. Platzer* Doreen Troche** Green & White Dennis M. Fabritiis** Mr. Michael Viggiano**

Class of 1981 % Participation: 2.86% Total Committed: $1,975 Shamrock Mr. James McCauley** Spire William Hobbs*** Virginia A. Onofrio** Century Mr. Thomas Koelsch Mr. David E. Patzer Linda Talarico Xerri Green & White Frank and Lisa Cornely Thomas and Denise McHugh* Kevin R. Zelinsky*

Class of 1982 % Participation: 2.25% Total Committed: $1,080 The Irish Mrs. Beth Wagner Coyne Century Mrs. Karen Tufnell Broccoli Marty Derer** John Elton*** Mr. David Slattery Green & White Christine M. Onofrio

Class of 1983 % Participation: 2.88% Total Committed: $850 Spire Diane Wasyluk Iardella*** Century Ken & Maria (Tursi) Marini** Filomena Trujillo Mealy Mr. Karl Sartor John & Carol '85 (Patzer) Sawn Green & White Kathryn Lincoln Cusumano* Mr. Michael Goffinet Helene Uhland Koseff Thomas & Leslie Tophoven McMahon**

Class of 1984 % Participation: 1.49% Total Committed: $475 The Irish Jim and Patricia Andris Gillece Century Mr. Charles Atkinson* Carl R. Dolente*** Ms. Joanne McBride Mr. & Mrs. Michael Schaffer

Class of 1985 % Participation: 2.58% Total Committed: $775 The Irish Jim and Patricia Andris Gillece Century James Mahon John ’83 & Carol (Patzer) Sawn Jack Walsh**

Green & White Deborah Derer Mr. Leonard Rebilas, Jr.* Sharon Sochanchak Scharr Kurt Schmidt*

Class of 1986 % Participation: 2.65% Total Committed: $25,735 Emerald Mr. Richard Haydinger Spire Anonymous Dr. Raymond Hozalski Century Kelly Ann Sweeney-McMullin*** Green & White Mrs. Christy McCullough Bilan Sean and Nancy Connolly* Mrs. Kristina Branca Gozdan

Class of 1987 % Participation: 2.46% Total Committed: $1,925 Shamrock Gregory and Molly Mullin Phillips The Irish Mr. James McKee Spire Colleen (Lumley) O'Brien** Century Mr. Joseph Levy Ms. Roseanne Watson-Wark* Green & White Mr. Brian Shannon Ms. Jill Shaw

Class of 1988 % Participation: 3.10% Total Committed: $5,125 Shamrock Al & Lynda Nanni** Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan* The Irish Michael and Kathryn Sinatra O'Callaghan Ralph & Heather (Enriquez) Tallman Century Mr. Anthony M. DelVecchio Green & White Mrs. Dana DiNardo-Bealin Maureen Pacan Kozempel Molly Brady McHugh

Class of 1989 % Participation: 1.58% Total Committed: $3,100 Shamrock Mrs. Colleen Carey Merrell Tom & Donna Paolini Sara Procacci -Wilson Century Aralisha Perez Newbold

Class of 1990 % Participation: 4.00% Total Committed: $5,675 Mercy Dennis Corbett* Shamrock Al & Lynda Nanni** Brian & Erin '91 Romani* The Irish Mrs. Martha Macys Abbinante Century Mr. Robert A. Labaczewski Patricia (Schofield) Little, MBA Mr. Jason W. Schaffer Green & White John and Deb Brady**

Mr. Keith R. Harrington Mrs. Charlene Squillace Roache**

Class of 1991 % Participation: 5.74% Total Committed: $1,760 Shamrock Brian ’90 & Erin Romani* The Irish Rev. Jason T. Rocks** Spire Michael Procacci** Century Elizabeth Butler Mr. William B. Conaty, Jr. Tammy Hayes Taylor Mireille Velazquez* Kevin Walsh** Green & White Cheryl Kuhn Clarkin Mrs. Sheila Paul Dever Mrs. Monica M. DiBease Heather Waite Johnston John T. Nettleton, Jr. Lisa Jamison Oberg Mr. Robert M. Parker Mr. Rudolf P. Rotter*

Class of 1992 % Participation: 3.85% Total Committed: $3,225 Shamrock Ms. Marie M. Kennedy** Brian and Kim Kirwan*** The Irish Charles A. Maimone, Jr.*** Spire Maura & Jesse Daniels Lori White Hockley* Century Mr. Jamie P. Gabbett Green & White Maureen Lee Behm Mrs. Kimberley A. Robey

Class of 1993 % Participation: 3.49% Total Committed: $640 Century Amy Henry Ms. Regina Inverso Lovelidge Phil Mayer Elizabeth Michael (Tobin)* Emil & Missy (Atwell) Rotaeche* Green & White Kevin and Heather Ralbusky Brown

Class of 1994 % Participation: 1.36% Total Committed: $450 Spire Gabrielle Bieg Funke* Century Mrs. Lorraine Sherlock Bennett Mr. Shawn P. Masterson

Class of 1995 % Participation: 3.02% Total Committed: $1,250 The Irish Mr. Patrick J. Brennan, Jr.* The Spangler Family Century Mr. Robert F. Bergholtz Deanna Y. Davis*** Ms. April Myers Kathleen Atwell Petti*

Class of 1996 % Participation: 3.26% Total Committed: $1,160 The Irish Mr. Victor A. Nieves, Jr. Spire Mrs. Jaclyn Brown Brower Century Mr. Michael E. Brady Ms. Rachel Holland** Green & White Mrs. Rebecca Behen Chiarieri Charles Welch**

Class of 1997 % Participation: 2.68% Total Committed: $1,400 The Irish Tim Bieg and Kate Madden Bieg** Lauren M. Lee Spire Sarah Danley Fridy Century Mr. John Dulczak Daniel and Michelle McManus Potts Green & White Gina Costantino Lindsey Mrs. Colleen Fitzpatrick McNamee*

Class of 1998 % Participation: 4.59% Total Committed: $1,476 The Irish Tim Bieg and Kate Madden Bieg** Mr. Edward F. Brennan Century Dr. Michael M. Canaris Michael & Nina Dennin* Mr. Michael F. Feld* Tommy and Maryann Holland** Genevieve Bieg Hunter** Daniel and Michelle McManus Potts Green & White Nicole Giannini Bailey Ms. Donna Dymond Ms. Renee Murray Mrs. Katie Caputi Robine

Class of 1999 % Participation: 4.29% Total Committed: $710 Century Mr. Alexander Byrnes Matt Crawford Michael & Nina Dennin* Tommy and Maryann Holland* Mr. Daniel D. Pike MaryBeth Brennan Stiles Marisa A. Tsikitas Green & White Mr. Jeffrey S. Bilinsky Andrea Cruz Stillmak

Class of 2000 % Participation: 1.97% Total Committed: $4,675 Founder Frank & Jenna Cornely* Century Mr. Harry J. Metzinger* Green & White John & Christine Bednar Morrison and Meghan Fields

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Annual Report of Gifts Class of 2001

Class of 2007

Class of 2012

% Participation: 5.20% Total Committed: $917 Spire Colleen Byrnes Walsh Century Don DeGrazia Mr. Brian P. Gallagher Gina (Tinneny) Kraft Julia Pratt Lapolla*** Green & White Elisa Gonzalez* Miss Maureen T. Martin Thomas J. McFadden*** Mr. Patrick Callahan Whipkey

% Participation: 3.27% Total Committed: $675 Spire Ms. Christine F. Matera Century Ms. Zoraida M. Hernandez Scott McCarthy Green & White Mr. Patrick W. Crowell Kathryn Staudenmayer Stephen E. Palka** Marykate Quinn Mr. Carlo Santa Teresa

Class of 2002

% Participation: 3.86% Total Committed: $320 Century Benjamin ’09 and Lauren Brouse Ms. Rebecca G. Kiely Kyle Wright Green & White Mr. Erich R. Anderson Christopher Dondarski** David Robero Huntsinger Kevin Lineman Ms. Christi M. Martin Shane McFadden*** Cathryn Pulaski

% Participation: 5.73% Total Committed: $870 The Irish Matthew Kaminski* Century Gabrielle DeMayo Green & White Joseph Caputi* Bridget Cailean Devlin* Ms. Claire Higgins Krysta Horocofsky* Kelly Lineman Margaret Patchin* Andrew Randisi Ms. Jennifer Varallo Ms. Marissa Wolfe

% Participation: 0.92% Total Committed: $520 The Irish Brenton Hutchinson Green & White Maureen Henderson D'Adamo

Class of 2003 % Participation: 3.86% Total Committed: $1,100 Spire Mr. Drew M. Rosenfeld Century Nicholas Cangelosi* Emily Cuneo DeSmedt Mr. Dominic Palladino, jr. Christina J. Tofani, MD Thomas V. and Molly Woltjen Green & White Ryan T. McFadden*** Fr. Kevin J. Mohan Molly Whipkey Ridgway

Class of 2004 % Participation: 1.86% Total Committed: $465 Spire Richard and Caitlin Martin Crowell Century Marcy Cuneo Ms. Amber C. Simpson Green & White Ginene Szczepanski Mahoney

Class of 2005 % Participation: 2.65% Total Committed: $625 Spire Ms. Jessica Sheehan Century Michael R. Eisenhardt* Laura and Michael Kelly Green & White Mr. Justin A. Anderson Frank Busillo* Mr. Shane M. Whipkey

Class of 2006 % Participation: 3.70% Total Committed: $785 Century Benjamin Cortese Ms. Kathleen M. Gallagher Beth Kurtz (Crawford) Mr. Sean P. McGowan Mr. Marc A. Vallone Green & White Mr. Colin J. Devlin* Christina Howard* Mark McCloskey Mr. Michael C. Palladino

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Class of 2008

Class of 2009 % Participation: 3.64% Total Committed: $450 Century Benjamin and Lauren '08 Brouse Quentin T. Griffith IV** Brian Rice** Green & White Karen H. Cuneo* Chris Duffner** Ms. Molly C. Finnegan Mr. Patrick R. McCloskey Matthew O'Donnell

Class of 2013 % Participation: 7.02% Total Committed: $360 Green & White Isabella A. Dolente Michael Harder Melissa Hearn Karlee Kerchersky Katherine G. Lenguadoro Matthew T. Mahoney Alyssa R. Malitsky Sarah Obuchowski Katelynn M. Reiss Elizabeth B. Rodgers Casey M. Schmidt Frank G. Varallo, Jr.

Class of 2014

% Participation: 2.36% Total Committed: $165 Green & White Caitlyn Curtin Maureen Forbes Mary Kate Mangano Mr. Mark Palladino Ms. Meghan E. Wheeler

% Participation: 7.91% Total Committed: $650 Century Thomas M. Gallagher Jake Johnson Timothy Mealy Green & White Connor Becker Christian Bilan Joseph Blattenberger Edward Curtin Brandon de Jesus Victoria Flood Elizabeth Hoover Cole Janowsky Luis Rivera Nicole Sanchirico Samantha Smith-Beavers

Class of 2011

Class of 2015

% Participation: 4.40% Total Committed: $775 Spire Mr. Michael Kiely Century John R. Coffey* Justin M. Griffith Emily Lenguadoro Thao Nguyen and Yen Hua Green & White Ms. Rebecca Crowell Mr. Daniel Edgar Mr. Matthew Hoover

% Participation: 12.41% Total Committed: $472 Century Michael Healy Kira Kuhar Green & White Cielymar Almonte Rachel Barton Daniela Cobos Jonathan Daverso Kevin Furlong Caroline Hearn Daniela Laudisio Tyler Levine Kelly McHugh Zachary Raczka Breandan Rosolia Danielle Saranchak Nicholas Troise Annie Varallo Michael Viola William Ward

Class of 2010

Strive for Five Before graduation we ask our seniors to Strive for Five while they are in college. We know funds are tight and they’re working hard, so we encourage them to give just $5 back to CCHS. The following young alumni have given back this year.

Corporations and Foundations Emerald The Domenica Foundation*** Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation** Legacy EFM Foundation* Grandi Family Foundation*** The Luke W. Jordan, Jr. Foundation Sharkey Family Charitable Trust Team Flacco, Inc. Founder James and Johanna Guilfoyle Trust Scholarship Estate of Sara F. Kenny The Miller Family Charitable Trust Mercy Estate of Monsignor John Griffey Daniel J. Ragone Family Foundation Wells Fargo* Shamrock Boeing* Flynn & O'Hara Uniforms Kulzer & DiPadova Porsche of The Main Line Procacci Development Co., Inc. Third Base Sports & Trophies The Irish Bank of America Discovery Search Partners GE Foundation** The Ward Family Fund Spire Anyzek Fuels, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline* Madden & Madden* Orange Regional Medical Center Raible, Cornaglia, Wenstrom & Raible, LLC Century AmazonSmile Foundation America's Charities The Chace Fund, Inc. CNS Cleaning Co., Inc.* Falco, Caruso, & Leonard Funeral Home Foundation Title, LLC IBM Corporation** Lost Tree Club Green & White The IFF Foundation PSEG Foundation** Vanguard Community Fund

Parents Legacy Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Connolly*** Mercy Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Casserly*** Shamrock Mr. & Mrs. Michael Byrnes** Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle* The Kiely Family*** Lew and Kathy Procacci*** Christina & Mark Worthington** The Irish Dave and Ellie Cuneo Cornelius L. Norris Jr Daniel and Audrey Rice Kathleen Sullivan* Spire Isaac and Akos Nuamah Ines Palombo* Mrs. Joann Polashock Robert and Kathryn Smith* Colin & Mary Whipkey* Century Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel J. Argentieri The Atwell Family Pat Bigley

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bruckner Margaret M. Cassano Sr. Bob Clements** Craig and Karla Cleveland Dennis and Nancy Corbett Jim Crawford Mrs. Heather Crisci* Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Dunn*** Steven & Peggy Feld** Tamika Haynes Marylou Higgins Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson* Robert and Lisa Kasilowski Maureen Keller Mr. & Mrs. James Lumley, Sr.*** Raj Mackara Ms. Denise McHugh Robert and Sharon McHugh Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McHugh Paul and Madeleine McInerney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller Jr. Andres Novoa John Obuchowski Victor Palladino The Pape Family Steven and Lisa Schmidt Francis and Diane Sinatra The Stoelker-Stern Family Joelynn and Nathan Tompkins Green & White Mr. Stuart Baier Mr. Robert Bednarek Diane Bindig Patricia Brennan The Derman Family Mr. Richard DiBraccio Martin and Katie Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Chris Henner Karen Hickey Chuck and Terry Hoover Walter and Mary Kirwan Terry Long Ms. Kathleen Martin** Mr. and Mrs. John McCann Gillian and Connon McGlone Jim & Ann Tobin***

Students Shamrock CCHS Student Government Century Maya Armstrong Jay Crusemire Kelly Devereaux The Irwin Family William Michaelis Green & White Bethany Garcia Larissa Hungo Tracy Kradzinski Olivia Villa

Friends Emerald Estate of Joseph William Devlin Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell** Mr. and Mrs. Pepe Piperno*** Estate of Irene M. Reynolds Legacy Peter S. Dooner III* Estate of Marie C. Miller The C.J. Saile Family Charitable Fund* Founder Ms. Anne Koons Mercy Estate of Robert J. Degnan Robert Christopher Skaf Foundation Cynthia Washko-Margraf

Shamrock Rev. Msgr. William Brennan*** Bart and Denise Healy Mr. David Gallagher Mr. Eaton Goldthwaite** Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kearney Mr. Thomas MacKinnon Elizabeth and Gregg Milo Mrs. Gloria Reagan Mark S. Stewart (Ballard Spahr LLP) Michael Wimbish The Irish Eleanor T. Bierschenk Diener Brick Company Janet Jordan Spire Shane Brennan David A. MacDonald* David M. Ragonese*** Terri Southwick Century Mrs. Patricia Behen Mike and Liza Bennett Ms. Mary P. Boyle Kristen and Michael Bunnick Lois Burns Tim and Sally Button Mr. and Mrs. James Cardelia Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colasanto** Committee to Strengthen America Dennis and Nancy Corbett Robert A. Cornaglia Kathy and Jim Cullen Joseph R. Eisenhardt*** Michael Ferris* Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Garrity* Joseph and Erika Gilson, Jr. Michael R. Griffinger Bob and Christine Di Renzo Harris Mrs. Anne Hartman Mr. Gregg Heininger Charles Heuisler Mr. William F. Hyland Jr. Mary Catherine Jelonek Ms. Deirdre Kane Milton Karten Ms. Diane Kern Phylis and Robert Keyes June Kingsland Suzanne Kuehn Theodore Massaro Tanya J. McCloskey Joseph Melone John and Sheila Mohan* Ms. Mary J. Mullany Marion Murzello Joya Oasin Emily S. Parr Willaim Powers Jr. Doris Price Steve Promislo Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts Comegno Law Group William Rutter Ebrahim Salarizadeh Charlotte and Bill Scott Patricia Shelfer Edward D. Slevin Martin and Eileen Strulson Jymme and David Szurek* Olga Tashchuk Msgr. James R. Tracy* Ken and Pat Doyle Villano '61 The Vukasovic Family Joan and Bud Wright Green & White Kathleen and Charles Albino Anonymous (2) Barbara Barbieri

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Beliveau Jeff and Donna Berns Mike Berry Lawrence Borgia John Brady Teresa and Joe Breslin Margo Bresnan Michael C. Brown Beverly Brown Cab Calloway Sunshine Club Don and Mary Ann Cunningham William and Lois DeSantis Patricia Dunlap-Patouhas Pete Dunn Pamela and John Fallows Katie Garcia Antoinette Gloway Jay Greenblatt Jean Guidera Patricia Gunn Maureen Q. Harrigan Karen and Jonathan Hoffman Kathi L. Iossa Ed and Michelle Kaznicki Mrs. Marjorie Kenney Joel B. Korin Joan C. Lambert Barbara and Richard Maylath Kevin McCarthy Mary McDermott Anna McDowell Connie McDowell Merchantville Overhead Door Co. Inc. Kim and Adam Miller Mr. Michael O'Connor Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Reilly Sara Peterson Michael and Kathleen Price Ann and Edward Pures Mr. Edward J. Pures II Jim and Peggy Roach Robert and Sandra Robinson Bob and Kathy Ross Joe and Eileen Santangelo Thomas Schaffer Matthew and Annemarie Simeone Dave Spadaro The Stone Family

Mary and John Sutton John Swanson Claudia Tesoro Michael and Margaret Thornton Denise Tontarski Cindy and John Veldon Joanne Vidnovich and George Pilipovich Margaret Walsh Mrs. Jane White Janice and Richard Wiley Frank and Norie Wisniewski YourCause, LLC

Faculty and Staff The Irish Msgr. Andrew Martin*** Kathleen Sullivan* Spire Tim Bieg and Kate Madden Bieg** Kelly O'Connor* David A. MacDonald* Colleen Byrnes Walsh Colin & Mary Whipkey* Century Jim Crawford Matt Crawford Mrs. Heather Crisci* Mr. Michael DeMeo* Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Dunn Joe Galliera James Hoban* Mr. Martin Nelson Green & White Anne Buroojy Richard and Diane Crowell** Ms. Kathryn DiCamillo Sister Marlene Fritz, RSM* Regina Muldoon Lindsey Murphy Mr. Wayne D. Nystrom Ms. Pamela Palazzo Lindsay Scheuer

Thank you CCHS Parents Association In 2015-2016 the Parents Association worked diligently to create entertaining and successful fundraising events and they were able to contribute $15,000 to the Information Commons project. Thank you to the many parents and families who have supported their efforts this year!

FUNDS RAISED: Designer Bag Bingo - $3,079 Canvas Concoctions - $737 The Irish Party - $4,812 Bag Bingo Basket Blowout - $9,530

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Annual Report of Gifts FIRST TIME DONORS Emerald $20,000+ Mr. Richard Haydinger Legacy $10,000-19,999 Team Flacco, Inc. Founder $5,000-9,999 Ms. Anne Koons Mrs. Patricia Palumbo Mercy $2,500-4,999 Cynthia Washko-Margraf Shamrock $1,000-2,499 Class of 1958 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kearney Elizabeth and Gregg Milo Mr. Gregory Phillips Mrs. Gloria Reagan Mark S. Stewart (Ballard Spahr LLP) Michael Wimbish The Irish $500-999 Eleanor T. Bierschenk Diener Brick Company Discovery Search Partners Jim and Patricia Andris Gillece Helen Stussy Hornyak Mr. Warner Lombardi Mr. James McKee Mrs. Colleen Carey Merrell Claire Pfeffer Mr. & Mrs. Adolph Piperno Spire $250-499 Anyzek Fuels, Inc. Richard and Caitlin Martin Crowell Dr. Raymond Hozalski Mr. Michael Kiely Drs. Bob & Joyce Leonetti Ms. Christine F. Matera Orange Regional Medical Center Howard Pfeffer Raible, Cornaglia, Wenstrom & Raible, LLC Siemens Healthcare Terri Southwick The Ward Family Fund Century $100-249 Maya Armstrong Mrs. Theresa Dymond Barner Mike and Liza Bennett Mr. Michael E. Brady Mrs. Karen Tufnell Broccoli Kristen and Michael Bunnick Lois Burns Tim and Sally Button Mr. and Mrs. James Cardelia The Chace Fund, Inc. Class of 1950 Craig and Karla Cleveland Paul Collins Committee to Strengthen America Dennis and Nancy Corbett Robert A. Cornaglia Kathy and Jim Cullen Teresa M. Cuneo Mr. John Dulczak Mrs. Kathleen Dunn James & Bernadette Dunn Foundation Title, LLC

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Thank you to the following alumni, parents and friends who made their first gift to Camden Catholic this year. Mr. Albert Franks, Jr. Nancy O'Donnell- Gaddis Ms. Kathleen M. Gallagher Thomas M. Gallagher Mr. Brian P. Gallagher Joe Galliera Joseph and Erika Gilson, Jr. Michael R. Griffinger Bob and Christine Di Renzo Harris Marie Goddard Hathaway Tamika Haynes Michael Healy Mr. Gregg Heininger Amy Henry Ms. Zoraida M. Hernandez Charles Heuisler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgins Marylou Higgins Bill Holder Mr. William F. Hyland Jr. The Irwin Family Mary Catherine Jelonek Mrs. Carol Smith Milton Karten Robert and Lisa Kasilowski Mr. Frederick Keating Mrs. Patricia Kennedy Ms. Diane Kern Phylis and Robert Keyes Ms. Rebecca G. Kiely June Kingsland Edward J. Krause Suzanne Kuehn The Lapergola / Romano Family Joseph T. Lario Mr. Joseph Levy Lost Tree Club Raj Mackara Mr. Andrew Mancini Theodore Massaro Ms. Joanne Mcbride Tanya J. McCloskey Joseph & Bernadette McGettigan Mr. Sean P. McGowan Ms. Denise McHugh Paul and Madeleine McInerney Joseph Melone William Michaelis Patty & Zen Mikulski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller Jr. Ms. Mary J. Mullany Marion Murzello Ms. April Myers Thao Nguyen and Yen Hua Andres Novoa Mrs. Evelyn J. O'Brien Victor Palladino Emily S. Parr Mr. Bill Patterson Matthew Petronis Willaim Powers Jr. Steve Promislo Mrs. Julia Bilodeau Purdy Mrs. Carol R. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts Comegno Law Group William Rutter Ebrahim Salarizadeh Mr. Karl Sartor John '83 & Carol '85 (Patzer) Sawn Mr. Jason W. Schaffer Mr. & Mrs. Michael Schaffer

Charlotte and Bill Scott Ed Sexton Patricia Shelfer Edward D. Slevin Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith Martin and Eileen Strulson Olga Tashchuk Tammy Hayes Taylor Christina J. Tofani, MD Joelynn and Nathan Tompkins Mr. Michael Valentine Ms. Marie Vilardo The Vukasovic Family Mr. John Wilson Mr. Thomas V. Woltjen Joan and Bud Wright Green & White Up to $99 Mrs. Jackie Agostini Kathleen and Charles Albino Cielymar Almonte AmazonSmile Foundation Mr. Erich R. Anderson Mr. Justin A. Anderson Maureen Argentieri Kathleen M. Arleth Mr. Stuart Baier Barbara Barbieri Rachel Barton Mr. Robert Bednarek Maureen Lee Behm Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Beliveau Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belz Mrs. Rita Bernert Jeff and Donna Berns Mike Berry Christian Bilan Mrs. Christy McCullough Bilan Diane Bindig Joseph Blattenberger Lawrence Borgia John Brady Patricia Brennan Teresa and Joe Breslin Margo Bresnan Benjamin '09 and Lauren '08 Brouse Beverly Brown Heather Ralbusky Brown Michael C. Brown Cab Calloway Sunshine Club Mr. Louis Ciccone Daniela Cobos Mrs. Mary J. Cooper Tex and Dee Copsetta Mrs. Carol Crandley Mr. Patrick W. Crowell Ms. Rebecca Crowell Don and Mary Ann Cunningham Edward Curtin Emma E. Darpino Jonathan Daverso Mrs. Elizabeth Angelucci Davey Brandon de Jesus Mr. John DeLuca Sr. Albert E. DePrince, Jr Deborah Derer The Derman Family William and Lois DeSantis Elizabeth L. Deutsch Mrs. Dana DiNardo-Bealin Anna Fullmer Dugan Patricia Dunlap-Patouhas

Pete Dunn Ms. Donna Dymond Mr. Daniel Edgar Joseph Embres Pamela and John Fallows Morrison and Meghan Fields Ms. Molly C. Finnegan Victoria Flood Kevin Furlong Bethany Garcia Katie Garcia Martin and Katie Garcia Antoinette Gloway Mr. Michael Goffinet Annonymous Jay Greenblatt Edward Grudzinski Michael Harder Carole Chilcott Hare Maureen Q. Harrigan Caroline Hearn Melissa Hearn Mrs. Rita Heeter Mr. and Mrs. Chris Henner Mrs. Catherine Hesseldenz Karen and Jonathan Hoffman Chuck and Terry Hoover Elizabeth Hoover Mr. Matthew Hoover Mrs. Josephine Howard Mrs. Sue Huesken Larissa Hungo Mr. John Iannetta Cole Janowsky Anonymous Heather Waite Johnston Mrs. Barbara Joyce Ed and Michelle Kaznicki Karlee Kerchersky Mr. David Kiniry Joel B. Korin Maureen Pacan Kozempel Tracy Kradzinski Kira Kuhar Mrs. Mary Ellen Kurucz Joan C. Lambert Dr. Michael Lanzilotta Daniela Laudisio Mrs. Rosemary Leach Tyler Levine Gina Costantino Lindsey Kelly Lineman Joan Neumann Lowrey Mrs. Christina Manzoni Miss Maureen T. Martin Ms. Christi M. Martin Kathleen McGinley Masterson Barbara and Richard Maylath Mr. and Mrs. John McCann Kevin McCarthy Mr. Patrick R. McCloskey Mary McDermott Anna McDowell Connie McDowell Gillian and Connon McGlone Kelly McHugh Mr. Thomas J. McHugh Thomas and Denise McHugh Michael and Corey Merchantville Overhead Door Co. Inc. Barbara ann Fitzpatrick Milch Kim and Adam Miller

Fr. Kevin J. Mohan Regina Muldoon Lisa Jamison Oberg Mr. Michael O'Connor Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Reilly Mr. Mark Palladino Mr. Michael C. Palladino Mr. Robert M. Parker Mrs. Gloria Passarella Sara Peterson Cathryn Pulaski Ann and Edward Pures Mr. Edward J. Pures II Zachary Raczka Mrs. Catherine Gallagher Riebel Luis Rivera Jim and Peggy Roach Mrs. Kimberley A. Robey Mrs. Katie Caputi Robine Robert and Sandra Robinson Ms. Cecilia Rosen Breandan Rosolia Mr. Ken Ruiz Mrs. Mary Jane Salmonsen John G. Sandell Mr. Carlo Santa Teresa Joe and Eileen Santangelo Danielle Saranchak Thomas Schaffer Ms. Jill Shaw Matthew and Annemarie Simeone Karen Coyle Samantha Smith-Beavers Mrs. Barbara Smyth Dave Spadaro Andrea Cruz Stillmak Mary and John Sutton John Swanson Claudia Tesoro Josephine Leonardo Tomanchio Denise Tontarski Nicholas Troise Mrs. Carol Van Horn Vanguard Community Fund Annie Varallo Frank G. Varallo, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Varallo Cindy and John Veldon Joanne Vidnovich and George Pilipovich Ken and Pat Doyle Villano Michael Viola Margaret Walsh William Ward Ms. Meghan E. Wheeler Mrs. Jane White Janice and Richard Wiley Frank and Norie Wisniewski

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Annual Report of Gifts IRISH GIVING DAY DONORS Mrs. Martha Macys Abbinante Alice Aceto (Ridgway) Roxanne Thomas Adinolfi Alan Anderer Mr. Erich R. Anderson Mr. Justin A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Angelozzi Anonymous (3) Maureen Argentieri Maya Armstrong Mr. Al Atkinson The Atwell Family Mr. Stuart Baier Nicole Giannini Bailey Therese McCurdy Baker Mary Anne McAnally Baltish Mrs. Daria Weldon Barber Rachel Barton Connor Becker Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Beckett Mrs. Patricia Behen Maureen Lee Behm Mrs. Lorraine Sherlock Bennett George F. Beppel Mr. Robert F. Bergholtz Mrs. Rita Bernert Carol Olesiewicz Tim Bieg and Kate Madden Bieg Eleanor T. Bierschenk Jim Bigley Christian Bilan Mrs. Christy McCullough Bilan Diane Bindig Rich & Therese Campbell Bittner Elizabeth Madden Black Joseph Blattenberger Mrs. Kathryn Braun Bolich Mary Ann (Martin) Boylan Ms. Mary P. Boyle John Brady Mr. Michael E. Brady Rose Mary (Smith) Brannigan Mr. Edward F. Brennan Patricia Brennan Mr. Patrick J. Brennan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan Shane Brennan Rev. Msgr. William Brennan Mary McKeaney Breslin Catherine (Leone) Broome Mrs. Jaclyn Brown Brower Heather Ralbusky Brown Thomas and Sharon Brown Ms. Kathleen Brust Anne Buroojy Mr. Alexander Byrnes Mr. & Mrs. Michael Byrnes Mary E. Cahill Beth Picknally Camden Mike & Kathy Caputi Paul & Sandra Caputi Len Casey CCHS Student Government Josephine (Lario) Cheesman Mrs. Rebecca Behen Chiarieri Marie Deleo Clapp Bob Clements Craig and Karla Cleveland Tom & Sheila Clifford Daniela Cobos Mrs. Mary Divine Colangelo

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colasanto Mr. and Mrs. Blaise Cona Tex and Dee Copsetta Dennis Corbett Dennis and Nancy Corbett Mary Dianna Corbett Patricia M. Corbett Mr. Tomas Corbett Frank and Lisa Cornely Benjamin Cortese Bernard and Barbara Cortese Mrs. Beth Wagner Coyne Anna Appenzeller Craig Mrs. Carol Crandley Mrs. Heather Crisci Richard and Caitlin Martin Crowell Mrs. Diane Crowell Ms. Peggy Crowell Mr. Patrick W. Crowell Ms. Rebecca Crowell John Crusemire Dave and Ellie Cuneo Karen H. Cuneo Marcy Cuneo Caitlyn Curtin Edward Curtin Kathryn Lincoln Cusumano Rev. James Dabrowski Maureen Henderson D'Adamo Ms. Rita Burns Dame Jo Ann Daniels D'Andrea Maura & Jesse Daniels Emma E. Darpino Jonathan Daverso Deanna Y. Davis Susan DeCicco Nino Del Buono Elizabeth Boyle Delaney Dr. and Mrs. Mark DeLaurentis Mr. John DeLuca Sr. Mr. Anthony M. DelVecchio Mr. Michael DeMeo Kathleen Montgomery DePetris Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi Deborah Derer The Derman Family Emily Cuneo DeSmedt Mrs. Sheila Paul Dever Kelly Devereaux Mr. Colin J. Devlin Mrs. Monica M. DiBease Ms. Kathryn DiCamillo Theresa (Dove) DiFrancesco Mrs. Bernadette DiLullo Peter DiMarco Mrs. Dana DiNardo-Bealin Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao Angela D'Italia Patricia Dolan Divish Carl R. Dolente Cesare R. Dolente Olivia Ravelli Dotta Joe Duffin Jr. Chris Duffner Kathleen Smith Duffy Anna Fullmer Dugan Patricia Dunlap-Patouhas James & Bernadette Dunn Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Dunn Pete Dunn John and Mary Dymond

Carol Cooney Eckerl Mr. Daniel Edgar Joan Marchesani Eisenhardt Joseph Embres Mrs. Mary Ann Engel-Greene Mr. T. J. and Paula Escott Lizzio Warren and Suzanne Faulk Mr. Michael F. Feld Steven & Peggy Feld Pat "Dooley" Fennimore Morrison and Meghan Fields Dru (Garton) Filiberto Ms. Molly C. Finnegan Raymond H. Fitzmaurice Irene Fitzsimmons Dom Flamini Mary Ellen Tolson Flinn Claire Cybulski Foster Joan Francesconi Donna Hooven Frithsen Anne Uhland Frontino Gabrielle Bieg Funke Kevin Furlong Mr. Jamie P. Gabbett Nancy O'Donnell- Gaddis Mr. David Gallagher Thomas M. Gallagher Joe Galliera Helen Arbeiter Gambogi Mrs. Ellen K. Gangemi Bethany Garcia Martin and Katie Garcia Jean Tasch Gardner Dr. and Mrs. Thurman and Elaine (Essner) Gillespy, Jr. James & Rita Giosa Mr. Michael Goffinet Elisa Gonzalez Mary Duffin Good Mrs. Kristina Branca Gozdan Charles and Sallie Grandi Carl J. Gregorio Justin M. Griffith Quentin T. Griffith IV Anthony Guerrieri Patricia Gunn Mary Oberst Hallion Mr. Keith R. Harrington Mrs. Anne Hartman Marie Goddard Hathaway Tamika Haynes Michael Healy Caroline Hearn Melissa Hearn Mary Deighan Herbert Karen Hickey Ms. Claire Higgins Marylou Higgins Richard J. Higgins Mr. Timothy Higgins James Hoban William Hobbs Bill Holder Chuck and Terry Hoover Elizabeth Hoover Mr. Matthew Hoover Florence Koch Hopkins Nancy Domako Howard Dr. Raymond Hozalski Larissa Hungo Genevieve Bieg Hunter

David Robero Huntsinger Joan Gaffney Hurley Brenton Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson Diane Wasyluk Iardella Kathi L. Iossa The Irwin Family Cole Janowsky Heather Waite Johnston Kathryn Staudenmayer Teresa Jones Matthew Kaminski Ms. Deirdre Kane Robert and Lisa Kasilowski Ed and Michelle Kaznicki Lou and Morrie Keeler Maureen Keller Barbara Braddock Kelley Frank Kelly Laura and Michael Kelly Richard J. Kelly Mr. Joseph T. Kenney Ms. Mary Kenney Patricia Mallon Keppeler Karlee Kerchersky Mr. Michael Kiely Ms. Rebecca G. Kiely The Kiely Family Mrs. Theresa Klausner Phyllis Horn Koch Mr. Thomas Koelsch Mike Kondrla Maureen Pacan Kozempel Tracy Kradzinski Gina (Tinneny) Kraft Kira Kuhar Beth Kurtz (Crawford) Harry J. Kyler Maria La Pella Dr. Robert and Linda Mroz Labaczewski Dr. Michael Lanzilotta The Lapergola / Romano Family Daniela Laudisio Theresa C. Laviano Brian Leahy Dr. John Legere Emily Lenguadoro Katherine G. Lenguadoro Tyler Levine Mary Costello Lickfeld Gina Costantino Lindsey Joseph V. Lisiewski Patricia (Schofield) Little Mr. Warner Lombardi Terry Long Ms. Regina Inverso Lovelidge Joseph Lyons David A. MacDonald Raj Mackara Mr. Thomas MacKinnon Agnes and Jim Madden Michael P. Madden Patrick and Margaret (McKee) Madison Mrs. Linda Gimbroni Madres Alyssa R. Malitsky Barbara Jennis Malone Mr. Andrew Mancini Mary Kate Mangano Mr. Charles Manning Gerry Barbera Marchetty Gertrude Marcozzi

Elizabeth Corbett Marinelli Ken & Maria (Tursi) Marini Msgr. Andrew Martin Ms. Christi M. Martin Miss Maureen T. Martin Bernice Massi Elizabeth Tirrell Mazzeo Ms. Joanne McBride Scott McCarthy Patrick R. McCarty Mr. James McCauley Mary Puzzutiello McClaine Gerry (Seeman) McCloskey Denise and Dan McCormick Jane Marchesani McCullen Mr. Dennis McDonald Dan McElroy Gillian and Connon McGlone Dennis & Rachel McGonigle Mr. Sean P. McGowan Mr. James M. McGrath Kelly McHugh Robert and Sharon McHugh Thomas and Denise McHugh Mr. Thomas J. McHugh Paul and Madeleine McInerney Thomas and Jane (Bradley) McLaughlin Marge McLaughlin Kelly Ann Sweeney-McMullin Mrs. Colleen Fitzpatrick McNamee James McNasby Filomena Trujillo Mealy Timothy Mealy Denise A. Menzel Jack and Maryanne Merritt Mr. Harry J. Metzinger William Michaelis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller Jr. Mrs. Edith Mills Dennis and Maryann Mohan John and Sheila Mohan Fr. Kevin J. Mohan Terry Morgan Edward Moseley Regina Muldoon Judith Mullen Lindsey Murphy Ms. Renee Murray Marion Murzello Ms. April Myers Mary Ann McKeon Myers Al & Lynda Nanni Mr. Frank J. Nardi, Sr. Joe Nardi Mr. Martin Nelson Thao Nguyen and Yen Hua Mr. Victor A. Nieves, Jr. Colonel Richard and Kay (Smaldore) Noble Andres Novoa Isaac and Akos Nuamah Joya Oasin Lisa Jamison Oberg Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien Marjorie Kenney O'Brien Pat and Colleen O'Brien John Obuchowski Sarah Obuchowski Michael and Kathryn Sinatra O'Callaghan Continued on next page...

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Annual Report of Gifts IRISH GIVING DAY DONORS (CONTINUED) Kelly O'Connor Mr. Michael O'Connor Matthew O'Donnell Gail F. O'Neill Christine M. Onofrio Virginia A. Onofrio Ms. Pamela Palazzo Patricia (McMullin) Palermino Dawn S. Palka Dominic and Christine Palladino Mr. Dominic Palladino, Jr. Mr. Mark Palladino Mr. Michael C. Palladino Judith Panetta-Warren Tom & Donna Paolini Mr. Robert M. Parker Margaret Patchin Mr. David E. Patzer William R. Paull Michael Perfetto Rich Perry Kathleen Atwell Petti Mr. Gregory Phillips Julia M. Piccioni Mr. Daniel D. Pike The Pilarz Family Ms. Mary F. Platt

Mrs. Joann Polashock Mrs. Carla Volpe Porter Michelle McManus Potts Lew and Kathy Procacci Michael & Elaine Procacci, Jr. Kristen and Jack Pund Zachary Raczka Phil and Jo Raimondo Mr. Leonard Rebilas, Jr. Pat Roberts Reiners Katelynn M. Reiss Molly Whipkey Ridgway Mrs. Kimberley A. Robey Terry Robson Deacon & Mrs. James H. Rocks Elizabeth B. Rodgers Brian & Erin Romani Mr. Drew M. Rosenfeld Breandan Rosolia Joanne Bancer Rossa Emil & Missy (Atwell) Rotaeche Mr. Thomas G. Rozinski Mr. Harry Ruhle Nicole Sanchirico Mr. Carlo Santa Teresa Danielle Saranchak Donna Spence Scanlon

Sharon Sochanchak Scharr Charles Schepacarter Lindsay Scheuer Linda M. Schilling and James Golubieski Casey M. Schmidt Mr. Steven Schmidt Lisa Schmidt Anne Marie Seward Ed Sexton Mr. Brian Shannon Janice Caniglia Shapiro Ms. Jill Shaw Frank Sheahan Mary Murray Sheil Gerald E. Siefring Sr. Marie Tomlinson Sihelnik Francis and Diane Sinatra Margie Francescone Slenn Rosanna Lyford Slobodian Mr. Thomas Smaldore Karen Coyle Robert and Kathryn Smith Samantha Smith-Beavers Mrs. Barbara Smyth The Spangler Family Loretta Stachiotti MaryBeth Brennan Stiles Mr. Thomas Stilley

The Stone Family Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser Kathleen Sullivan Janine Powers Surrichio Joe and Andrea Sweeney Ray Swissler Jymme and David Szurek Ralph & Heather (Enriquez) Tallman Kathleen Johnson Taylor Tammy Hayes Taylor Harry Thiel Eileen Mills Thomas Mrs. Diane Harper Thompson Christina J. Tofani, MD Joelynn and Nathan Tompkins Nicholas Troise Mr. Michael Valentine Mr. Marc A. Vallone Annie Varallo Frank G. Varallo, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Varallo Mireille Velazquez Mary Lou McCarthy Venella Ursula Amendolia Vermillion Mr. Michael Viggiano Robert Viggiano Ms. Marie Vilardo

Olivia Villa Michael Viola Joe Vogdes Helena Gowan Volansky Colleen M. Ready Colleen Byrnes Walsh Kevin Walsh Theodore W. Walter IV Michael J. Ward William Ward Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherby Mrs. Gloria Maccaroni Webb Patricia Lynch Weber Charles Welch Charles "Chief" Welch Ms. Meghan E. Wheeler Colin & Mary Whipkey Mr. Patrick Callahan Whipkey Ruth L. Wilkerson Marie Collier Wilmot Kathy Weatherby Winton Dr. Peter A. Wish Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Ms. Marissa Wolfe Mr. Thomas V. Woltjen Linda Talarico Xerri Helen E. Wilson Zaengle

Mr. Sean P. McGowan Mrs. Maureen Meloni Jack and Maryanne Merritt Estate of Marie C. Miller Lindsey Murphy Al & Lynda Nanni Joya Oasin Mr. Dennis O'Brien Mrs. Evelyn J. O'Brien Joe '60 & Diane '76 O'Brien Matthew O'Donnell Carmelita Colache Olivo Mrs. Patricia Palumbo Mrs. Gloria Passarella John Pisa Daniel A. and Michelle McManus Potts Charles & Mary Ann Reed Estate of Irene M. Reynolds Brian '90 & Erin '91 Romani Ms. Cecilia Rosen Mr. Harry Ruhle Mrs. Mary Jane Salmonsen Mrs. Sheila Santarpio Lindsay Scheuer

Linda M. Schilling '70 and James Golubieski Ms. Jessica Sheehan Tom Shemeley Marie Pagliaro Shreves Nancy and Harry Singer Margie Francescone Slenn Catherine Metz Smith Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser Joe and Andrea Sweeney Mr. William Taylor Frank and Michele Tedesco '66 Dan & Aileen Blumenstein Thompson Mrs. Carol Van Horn Pauline and Bob Villa Helena Gowan Volansky Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherby Colin & Mary Whipkey Mr. Patrick Callahan Whipkey Mr. John Wilson Kathy Weatherby Winton

CAMPAIGN FOR THE FUTURE Thank you to the following who made gifts toward the capital projects portion of the Campaign for the Future this year: Mrs. Jackie Agostini Mr. Justin A. Anderson Anonymous Maureen Argentieri Bill & Anne Barker Elizabeth Madden Black Loretta Gregorio Breslin Joe and Carol Burke Edward F. Burke Beth Picknally Camden Rick '70 & Denise (Brady) Caruso '77 CCHS Parents Association CCHS Student Government Mr. Louis Ciccone Class of 1950 Class of 1958 Class of 1960 Class of 2016 Dennis Corbett Bernard and Barbara Cortese Roseann Pestritto Costa Walter Crossley Karen H. Cuneo Mrs. Elizabeth Angelucci Davey

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Estate of Robert J. Degnan Mr. Anthony M. DelVecchio Dennis DeMayo Gabrielle DeMayo Mr. Michael DeMeo Michael & Nina Dennin Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi Detta DeVleeschower Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao Mr. T. J. and Paula Escott Lizzio Morrison and Meghan Fields Mr. Albert Franks, Jr. Louis J. & Anne (Uhland) Frontino Anthony Fugaro '57 & Delia Settanni Fugaro '58 Mr. David Gallagher Carl J. Gregorio Mr. Richard Haydinger Tamika Haynes Caroline Hearn Melissa Hearn Mrs. Catherine Hesseldenz Mr. Timothy Higgins James Hoban

Dr. Karl Holzinger Mrs. Sue Huesken John and Margaret M. Iannetta IBM Corporation Mrs. Barbara Joyce Louis & Monica (McCauley) Keeler Francis and Mimi McDermott '48 Keeley James F. Kelly Mr. Joseph T. Kenney Mr. David Kiniry Mrs. Donata Kratz Mr. Robert A. Labaczewski Terry Long Ms. Regina Inverso Lovelidge Agnes '63 and Jim '57 Madden Michael P. Madden Tom '54 & Barbara '55 Madden Mrs. Christina Manzoni Gerry Barbera Marchetty Msgr. Andrew Martin Tom & Kathy (McGinley'60) Masterson Elizabeth Tirrell Mazzeo Dennis '78 & Rachel '79 McGonigle

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Annual Report of Gifts RESTRICTED GIFTS '66 Football Scholarship Ben & Teresa Santoro

John P. Carey, Jr. Scholarship Boeing Mrs. Colleen Carey Merrell Terri Southwick

Catholic Schools Week Aramark Irish Blessing Bank of America Jim Barnabei Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belz Mr. Jeffrey S. Bilinsky Mr. Robert Brutschea Christopher J. Burns Nicholas Cangelosi CNS Cleaning Co., Inc. Dennis Corbett Jim Coyle Peter S. Dooner III EFM Foundation Mr. Brian P. Gallagher Mary & Ed Gramigna Mr. Charles Grimley Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Higgins Jake Johnson Mr. Frederick Keating Mr. John Keating Mr. Jeffrey Koelsch Agnes '63 and Jim '57 Madden Michael P. Madden Madden & Madden Mark McCloskey Mrs. Sharon McDonnell Mr. James McKee Fran '52 & Pat '56 Mulroy Robert Murtin Mr. Mark A. Platzer Daniel and Audrey Rice Mr. Drew M. Rosenfeld Mr. Karl Sartor Mark & Denise Schmid '68 & '69 Mr. David Slattery Ralph & Heather (Enriquez) Tallman Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Leonard & Catherine Wood

Leadership Academy Harry ’75 and Nancy ‘76 Singer Michael Schaffer ’84 Scholarship Kathleen and Charles Albino Mike and Liza Bennett Mike Berry Mr. Edward F. Brennan Margo Bresnan Michael C. Brown Kristen and Michael Bunnick Tim and Sally Button Jim Crawford Pamela and John Fallows Karen and Jonathan Hoffman Milton Karten Phylis and Robert Keyes Barbara and Richard Maylath Kevin McCarthy Kim and Adam Miller Steve Promislo Ann and Edward Pures Mr. Edward J. Pures II Robert and Sandra Robinson Suzanne Schaffer Thomas Schaffer Mr. Jason W. Schaffer Matthew and Annemarie Simeone Dave Spadaro Mary and John Sutton Michael and Margaret Thornton Cindy and John Veldon The Vukasovic Family Janice and Richard Wiley Science Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Connolly Mr. Robert T. Healey Tom Kenney Scholarship Mrs. Denise Belz Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Beliveau

Jeff and Donna Berns Lawrence Borgia Lois Burns Committee to Strengthen America Robert A. Cornaglia Don and Mary Ann Cunningham William and Lois DeSantis Diener Brick Company Foundation Title, LLC GE Foundation Mary & Ed Gramigna Jay Greenblatt Michael R. Griffinger Maureen Q. Harrigan Mr. Gregg Heininger Charles Heuisler Mr. William F. Hyland Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kearney Frank and Mimi McDermott '48 Keeley John T. Kelley Pat & Anne Kennedy '53 Coworkers of Mary Kenney Mr. Joseph T. Kenney Joel B. Korin Kulzer & DiPadova Mrs. Rosemary Leach Tom '54 & Barbara '55 Madden Nicholas & Deborah Mangano Theodore Massaro Tanya J. McCloskey Ms. Mary J. Mullany Joe Nardi '76 Marjorie Kenney O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Reilly Mr. & Mrs. Adolph Piperno Willaim Powers Jr. Mr. Dean Ragone Raible, Cornaglia, Wenstrom & Raible, LLC Comegno Law Group Joe and Eileen Santangelo Mark & Denise Schmid '68 & '69 Edward D. Slevin Mark S. Stewart (Ballard Spahr LLP) Martin and Eileen Strulson Claudia Tesoro

Mrs. Jane White Frank and Norie Wisniewski Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Leonard & Catherine Wood Joan and Bud Wright Tuition Assistance Mr. Charles Atkinson Mr. Stuart Baier Bank of America Rachel Barton Connor Becker Jim Bigley Diane Bindig Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan Heather Ralbusky Brown Elizabeth Butler Mr. Alexander Byrnes Mrs. Rebecca Behen Chiarieri Mr. Patrick W. Crowell The Derman Family Mrs. Sheila Paul Dever Mrs. Dana DiNardo-Bealin Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao The Domenica Foundation Carol Cooney Eckerl Anne Uhland Frontino Kevin Furlong Jean Tasch Gardner Jim and Patricia Andris Gillece Joseph and Erika Gilson, Jr. Estate of Monsignor John Griffey Quentin T. Griffith IV James and Johanna Guilfoyle Trust Karen Hickey Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation Nancy Domako Howard Dr. Raymond Hozalski Francis Hunt Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson The IFF Foundation Rosanna N. Innes Heather Waite Johnston The Luke W. Jordan, Jr. Foundation Janet Jordan Richard J. Kelly

Estate of Sara F. Kenny Mr. Michael Kiely The Kiely Family Ms. Anne Koons Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell Mr. Warner Lombardi Phil Mayer '93 Constance McAneney, M.D. Dan McElroy Mr. James M. McGrath Timothy Mealy The Miller Family Charitable Trust Ms. April Myers Joe Nardi '76 Joe Nardi '76 Mr. Victor A. Nieves, Jr. Andres Novoa Mr. & Mrs. Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. Pepe Piperno Mrs. Joann Polashock Kristen and Jack Pund Mr. Dean Ragone Daniel J. Ragone Family Foundation Katelynn M. Reiss Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Roberts Emil & Missy (Atwell) Rotaeche Mr. Thomas G. Rozinski William Rutter The C.J. Saile Family Charitable Fund Danielle Saranchak Sharkey Family Charitable Trust Mary M. Short Robert Christopher Skaf Foundation Denise Tontarski Ms. Jennifer Varallo Frank G. Varallo, Jr. Annie Varallo Mireille Velazquez Mary Lou McCarthy Venella Joanne Vidnovich and George Pilipovich Joe Vogdes Cynthia Washko-Margraf Mrs. Gloria Maccaroni Webb Linda Talarico Xerri

SAVE THE DATE!

SAVE THE DATE!

IRISH PARTY

BAG BINGO & BASKET BLOWOUT

Saturday, March 18 at 8 p.m. Celebrate St. Patty’s Day with Alumni & CCHS Families

Friday, May 12 at 7 p.m.

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Annual Report of Gifts THE ARTS AT CCHS

ATHLETIC BOOSTERS Athletic Program Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Beckett Joe Galliera Mr. Michael Goffinet Mrs. Kristina Branca Gozdan Cole Janowsky Ed and Michelle Kaznicki Emily Lenguadoro Christine M. Onofrio Orange Regional Medical Cenetr Mr. Dave Schlitz '59 Ms. Jill Shaw Baseball Anyzek Fuels, Inc. Christian Bilan Mrs. Christy McCullough Bilan Jay Crusemire Mr. Robert M. Parker Mr. Steven Schmidt Lisa Schmidt Charles Welch Boys’ Basketball Joseph and Eileen Griffiths Cuzzupe Mr. Colin J. Devlin Lew and Kathy Procacci Mr. Leonard Rebilas, Jr. YourCause, LLC Boys’ Lacrosse John Obuchowski Boys’ Soccer Breandan Rosolia Cross Country Kelly McHugh Thomas and Denise McHugh Field Hockey Gabrielle Bieg Funke Bethany Garcia Football Steve & Susan Schmidt Bagocius Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Beckett Paul & Sandra Caputi Frank & Linda (Howard) Cardile Barbara (Hillman) & Patrick Carr Mr. William B. Conaty, Jr. Susan DeCicco John and Mary Dymond Jim Higgins

Maureen Pacan Kozempel Dr. John Legere Tom '54 & Barbara '55 Madden Michael P. Madden Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller Jr. Pat and Colleen O'Brien Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien Mr. Dominic Palladino, jr. Ed & Pat Pyne Terry and Rosemarie Robson Tom Shemeley Joe & Andrea Sweeney Team Flacco, Inc. Robert Viggiano '54 Michael Wimbish Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Girls’ Basketball Maya Armstrong Elizabeth Madden Black Marcy Cuneo Ms. Kathleen M. Gallagher Ms. Zoraida M. Hernandez Ms. Deirdre Kane Lauren M. Lee Ms. Christine F. Matera Ms. Mary Ellen Cantera McClung Colleen (Lumley) O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan Virginia A. Onofrio Mr. Mark Palladino Mr. Michael C. Palladino Dominic and Christine Palladino Mr. Dominic Palladino, Jr. Sara Procacci -Wilson Patricia McLaughlin Querubin Mrs. Katie Caputi Robine Casey M. Schmidt Girls’ Lacrosse Mrs. Monica M. DiBease Katie Garcia Brenton Hutchinson Sarah Obuchowski Ms. Meghan E. Wheeler Girls’ Soccer Mrs. Diane Crowell Ms. Rebecca Crowell Discovery Search Partners Mr. & Mrs. Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan

Golf Mr. Thomas J. McHugh

Band Kathryn Lincoln Cusumano

Softball Mrs. Kimberley A. Robey

Fine Arts Patricia Gaughan Phillips

Swimming Christine M. Onofrio Ms. Marissa Wolfe Track Bill Holder Mr. Andrew Mancini Wrestling Mike Bagocious Rob Booth Ted Brennan Jerry Browne Frank & Jenna Cornely Frank and Lisa Cornely Mike Dennin Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao Larry Fanelle Tom Francesconi Matt Franchi Mike Franchi Mr. Jamie P. Gabbett Aaron Harty Kathi L. Iossa Dennis Kelley Mark Kosczyk Jim Lumley Paul Mason Shawn Masterson Denise and Dan McCormick Bill O’Donnell Jay and Lisa O'Donnell Matt O’Donnell Will O’Donnell Billy Perry Dan Perry Porsche of The Main Line Michael & Elaine Procacci, Jr. Paul Sipera Tom Sipera The Stone Family Pat Underwood Mr. William Walker Charles "Chief" Welch Wells Fargo Bill Wheeler

MATCHING GIFTS Special thanks to the following companies that matched the gifts given to Camden Catholic by their employees:

Bank of America Boeing BP, PIC GE Foundation

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GlaxoSmithKline IBM Corporation Macy's Inc. Marsh & McLennan Companies

Siemens Healthcare The IFF Foundation Wells Fargo

Performing Arts Mr. Erich R. Anderson Boeing Beth Picknally Camden Ms. Peggy Crowell Jonathan Daverso Dennis DeMayo Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi Bart and Denise Healy Carl R. Dolente Mr. Daniel Edgar Steven & Peggy Feld Anne Uhland Frontino Nancy O'Donnell- Gaddis Matt and Lori Shaivo Giosa James & Rita Giosa Dolores R. Hatch Michael Healy Lori White Hockley Mrs. Josephine Howard Larissa Hungo

Ms. Marie M. Kennedy Mr. Joseph T. Kenney Mrs. Theresa Klausner David A. MacDonald Mrs. Linda Gimbroni Madres Ginene Szczepanski Mahoney Alyssa R. Malitsky Mr. Charles Manning Filomena Trujillo Mealy Denise A. Menzel Bill and Harriet Mullen Michael and Kathryn Sinatra O'Callaghan Patricia (McMullin) Palermino Tom & Donna Paolini Bob and Kathy Ross Nicole Sanchirico Mr. Carlo Santa Teresa Mary Murray Sheil Francis and Diane Sinatra Ms. Abigail Giosa Trost Ms. Marie Vilardo Michael Viola Colleen Byrnes Walsh William Ward Christina & Mark Worthington

GIFTS-IN-KIND Thank you to the following who have given of their time, services or supplies throughout the year.

American Business Solutions (Timothy O’Brien ’75) Argentieri Family Ashburner Inn, Philadelphia Ballyhugh Irish Imports Michael and Annemarie Byrnes Tom Canal, Canal's Liquors Champps Dennis Corbett Cortese Family Coyle School of Irish Dance Crisci Family Danielle Hilgetag Depasquale Family Bart and Denise DoddHealy Donna Radcliffe, Skin Basics Dunn Family Flynn & O’Hara Fort Nassau Graphics Groody Family Michael and Theresa Hardy & Family Higgins Family Joya Oasin M & M Liquors

McHugh Family Merenyi Family Montegrillo's National Liberty Museum Penn Muffler & Brake Pennsauken Country Club Philadelphia Soul Mark Platzer, Pinsetter Bar & Bowl Polaschock Family Racobaldo Family, DeLuxe Italian Bakery Scheuer Family Spice Salon Spinosi Family Stefanacci Family Frank and Michele Tedesco ‘66 The Pop Shop Thrive Salon Trump National Golf Club Philadelphia Liz Walsh Wegmans Patrick Whipkey ‘01 Whipkey Family Kimberly White

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Annual Report of Gifts Thank you to the following donors who made gifts to Camden Catholic in honor of alumni, students and friends. Robert F. Biehler, Sr. (Athletic Department) Orange Regional Medical Center Maggie Iezze Cheli ‘88 (Hall of Fame Scholarship) Barbara Barbieri Sara Peterson Lilla DiStanislao (Unrestricted) James P. Cullen James Cardelia Joseph Gilson, Jr. Patricia Shelfer

Hall of Fame Scholarship Donors Shamrock Mr. Bartholomew Sheehan – in honor of Brother Bartholomew A. Sheehan, S.J. Century Ms. Carmen M. Garcia Mrs. Catherine Arnesen – in honor of Thomas J. Shusted Ms. Pat O’Brien – in memory of Dorothy Corbett Ms. Pat O’Brien – in memory of Elaine O’Brien Truran Green & White Barbara Barbieri – in honor of Maggie Iezzi Cheli Sara Peterson - in honor of Maggie Iezzi Cheli

John Pisa ‘74 (Unrestricted) Mary J. Cooper Michael Schaffer ‘84 (Michael Schaffer ’84 Scholarship) Charles E. Albino Michael Bennett Mike Berry Edward F. Brennan Margo Bresnan Michael J. Bunnick Timothy D. Button James Crawford John P. Fallows Bob Harris Jonathan Hoffman Milton W. Karten Robert J. Keyes Richard A. Maylath Adam Miller Steve Promislo Edward Pures Edward J. Pures Robert S. Robinson Dave Spadaro Jason W. Schaffer Suzanne Schaffer Thomas Schaffer Matthew J. Simeone Michael Thornton John Veldon Richard A. Wiley Thomas J. Shusted ’44 (Hall of Fame Scholarship) Catherine Arnesen

Senior Class Gift This year’s senior class made a gift toward the library renovation. Their gift, coupled with one from the 2015-16 Student Government, will purchase the new circulation desk for the renovated information commons. Their thoughtfulness adds to the comfort and success of the students who follow them at Camden Catholic. Thank you Class of 2016!

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FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Coach Nick Strom

2015 WJFL Champions! Friday 09/09/16 vs. Camden Home • 7:00 PM Friday 09/16/16 vs. Bishop Eustace Away • 7:00 PM Friday 09/23/16 vs. Winslow Twp. Home • 7:00 PM Friday 10/07/16 vs. Pennsauken Away • 7:00 PM

Project Graduation Project Graduation was established at Camden Catholic in 2001 to give graduating seniors a safe, fun experience together just prior to Graduation when they part ways. Project Graduation is an all-night event exclusively for seniors, held immediately following the Baccalaureate Mass, before Graduation. The event is hosted by the Parent’s Association; thanks to fundraising and the support of the community this is a self-sustaining event. Thank you to our Magna Cum Laude level sponsors: Bath Fitter Kennedy Health

Friday 10/14/16 vs. Shawnee Home • 7:00 PM Friday 10/21/16 vs. Seneca Away • 7:00 PM Friday 10/28/16 vs. Holy Spirit Home • 7:00 PM Friday 11/04/16 vs. Cherry Hill West Home • 7:00 PM Wednesday 11/23/16 vs. Paul VI Away • 7:00 PM

Mary Stanislaus, RSM (Unrestricted) Lori White Hockley

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JOIN US! There are so many ways to make a difference. Which will you choose?

THE ANNUAL FUND The greatest number of gifts to CCHS are unrestricted cash donations to the Annual Fund. Annual Fund gifts can also be restricted to tuition assistance, arts or athletics, including specific sports. These gifts make strides toward helping us maintain a competitive value proposition for families seeking a Catholic education for their children.

The Shamrock Society The Shamrock Society is our giving club for donors who contribute $1,000 or more to the Annual Fund each year. Members of this society send an outward message that they know Camden Catholic and its students are a worthy investment.

Tuition Assistance Approximately one third of our students receive some form of tuition assistance based on a standardized assessment of financial need. Your gifts help each of our families continue to choose Catholic education. All recipients are chosen based upon academic performance and demonstrated financial need. Why Tuition Assistance Matters For years, the Sisters of Mercy were able to contribute their services to Camden Catholic High School to reduce the cost of tuition, thereby making a Catholic education affordable for families. Today, the rising costs of healthcare and technology attribute to a higher cost of education, and tuition must be increased accordingly. What can I do? • Contribute to tuition assistance and you will afford a student the opportunity to find themselves, uncover talents, grow academically and spiritually, and develop leadership skills for a 21st century world. • Named scholarships can both support a student and honor a living individual, family, group, or memorialize a loved one.

Other Ways To Contribute Stock – Camden Catholic accepts gifts of securities, please contact the Advancement Office for required forms. Matching Gifts- Many corporations now support private secondary education through matching gifts. Check to see if your company offers a matching gift program, and multiply the impact you’re already making at Camden Catholic. In Memoriam - You, or your family, can choose to recommend gifts to Camden Catholic in lieu of flowers within an obituary. If you wish the gifts to be restricted to a specific purpose please contact the Advancement Office at the time of the obituary’s publication.

CAPITAL PROJECTS Our current capital project, the Ethel Mae Hocker Information Commons, is under way this summer and will be completed in the summer of 2017. Support is still needed as we populate the Commons with new furniture and technology over the next several months. Annual Fund gifts are needed and depended upon, but we also need to make capital improvements for the longevity of our campus. We ask you, or your family, to consider a pledge to capital projects. See pages 50-51 for more about our capital projects.

LEGACY GIVING Please visit www.cchslegacy.org or call the Advancement Office at 856-663-2247 for more information on ways to make a lasting contribution to Camden Catholic.

Questions? Call Lindsay Scheuer in the Advancement Office for more information: 856-663-2247 ext. 133

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SAVE THE DATE! Homecoming

Irish Party

11th Annual Hall of Fame

Friday, October 14

Saturday, March 18 at 8 p.m.

Saturday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m.

Bag Bingo & Basket Blowout

Family Fest 4-7 p.m. and Game 7 p.m.

Celebrate St. Patty’s Day with Alumni & CCHS Families

Nominate candidates by Nov. 1

Friday, May 12 at 7 p.m.

www.camdencatholic.org/halloffame

VISIT www.camdencatholic.org for tickets

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