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The Magazine of Camden Catholic High School 2018 Volume 18 No. 20

HONOR, FAITH, LOYALTY:

THE IRISH WAY

INSIDE:

12th Annual Hall of Fame Ceremony

Class of 2018 Honors & Awards

Family Legacies Connected by Tradition

Reunions, Alumni and Class News

Annual Report of Giving


Honor Faith Loyalty

CCHS V OLUME 18 N O . 20 • 20 18 Diocese of Camden Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan Rector Rev. Joseph Capella, M. Div. President Mary Whipkey, MA, P ’01, ’03, ’05 President Emeritus Monsignor Andrew Martin, MA Principal Heather Crisci, MA, P ’17

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John Pund ’74, Chairperson John (Jack) Wixted ’72, P ’05, Vice Chairperson William Barker ’67 Laurie Carrick Ed.D. ’74 Dennis Corbett ’90 Pete Dooner Reverend John J. Fisher, OSFS Rafiq Heigler ’99 George Hutchinson III, P ’00, ’02, ’04, ‘08 Joe Kenney ’76, P ’16, ’19 James J. Madden ’57, P ’92, ’96, ’98 Midge Madden Ph.D., P ’00 Mariañela Nunez, M.A. Linda Schilling ’70 Reverend Monsignor Leonard G. Scott Nancy Singer ’76 Kevin D. 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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Feature Story

HONOR FAITH & LOYALTY: THE IRISH WAY On the cover:

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Alumni veteran Walter Sandell ’56 salutes the flag as Irish football players honor our country’s veterans on Thanksgiving Day 2017.

6 10 47 Published by Camden Catholic High School, Department of Advancement Editor: Kate Madden Bieg ‘98 Director of Marketing & Communications

Legacy families prove the 130-year old traditions of Camden Catholic serve as connections among four generations.

12TH ANNUAL HALL OF FAME Honoring the State Championship Girls Basketball Team and 12 accomplished individuals.

CLASS OF 2018 $26 million in scholarships and aid | 98.4% attending college Finding their purpose at the next level.

ANNUAL REPORT 2017-2018 Fiscal year donors recognized | Legacy giving benefits tuition aid | How your donation makes a difference.

Departments The Arts at CCHS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Christian Ministry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

Featured Writer: Kevin Callahan ’79

Faculty News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26

Editorial Staff: Emily Lenkowski ’20 Janet Indelicato ’77, P ’02, ’06 Claire Marino ’20 Aimee Torres ’20 Jennifer Van Es P ’20 Mary Whipkey P ’01, ’03, ’05

Athletic Accomplishments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Design: Tim Streeter

Class of 2022: Legacies, Academic Awards & Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Alumni News & Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Reunions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 1


A Letter from the Rector Rev. Joseph P. Capella

Dear Friends of CCHS,

CAMDEN CATHOLIC PRAYER Composed by the Class of 2002 Father, we ask for Your blessings as we gather as the Camden Catholic Family. Help us to use the gifts and talents you have so generously bestowed upon us as we carry out Your will. May the virtues of Honor, Faith and Loyalty shine brightly in everything we say and do for the glory of Your name. Amen.

I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself to you…again. I first had the pleasure of doing so two years ago when I was appointed Director of Catholic Identity. My time here in this capacity continues to be a blessing to me, and one of the most rewarding ministries I have had in my priesthood. Mid-summer Bishop Sullivan shifted my ministry here at CCHS just a bit when he appointed me as Rector of CCHS. As Rector I will still be responsible for my former duties, but now will have an added role as the school’s main administrator. The term Rector is used to denote such a position for various types of ministries within the Church. I’m aware that this change is a first in our history, but as I have come to learn, CCHS has always been flexible and responsive to current needs throughout its history. I look forward to assisting President Whipkey as she continues in her current position to help CCHS carry on our tremendous legacy of forming young people in our Catholic Christian tradition of helping parents to develop the body, mind and souls of our students. Along with Principal Crisci, the three of us hope to be a dynamic team of school governance so that each and every member of our various CCHS communities will feel empowered to be a part of this new and exciting next phase of our history. Once again, thank you for the love and support of such a wonderful community that has continued to serve and set new horizons for nearly 130 years. Please be assured of my most sincere thoughts and prayers for you, your family and loved ones as we prepare to enter into this new academic year filled with God’s guidance and promise. Go Irish! Respectfully,

Rev. Joseph P. Capella Rector, Camden Catholic High School

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A Letter from the Board Chair: Jack Pund ’74

Dear members of the Camden Catholic family, Camden Catholic’s priority traditions of faith-based education and facilitating students’ readiness for college and life thereafter are intact and flourishing. Our students continue to excel in the classrooms, on the fields, and in the arts. Our newest alumni, the class of 2018, set a new standard of achievement, especially in terms of scholarships earned, with over $26 million, and acceptances by highly selective academies, colleges, and universities. Witnessing our students’ successes gives us the daily energy and passion to seek continuous improvement for our students and all future members of the Camden Catholic family. Our faculty and administration remain the engine that drives our students’ success stories. They are highly skilled educators, role models, and leaders. Successful Camden Catholic students result in successful Camden Catholic alumni. You are the glue that holds our family together. It is because of your generous donations to our annual fund (over 1,000 of you proved your support this year), with contributions to tuition aid, scholarships, arts and athletic programs, that CCHS is able to continue to evolve, inspire and educate our world’s future leaders. I encourage all of our alumni to continue to support Camden Catholic. Whether that be sharing your career with students at a “lunch & learn,” attending the annual spring musical, or making an effort to donate annually, no matter the amount. What matters is your investment in the place that has provided you with a foundation that continues to benefit your personal, spiritual and professional growth. Help us to make that same strong foundation possible for the students of today.

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.

My sincerest thanks to our students, faculty and administration, parents, family, alumni, trustees, and the support from Bishop Dennis J. Sullivan and the Diocese of Camden for another great year in terms of our priority traditions. If we strive continuously for excellence, working together, there is nothing you and the entire Camden Catholic family cannot accomplish. Support one another. All the best to the Camden Catholic family…and, Go IRISH!

Jack Pund ’74 Chairman, Board of Trustees

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Save the Dates!

2018-2019 Calendar of Events & Happenings

Stay up-to-date on all school and alumni happenings at www.camdencatholic.org. SEPTEMBER 7 Football Home Opener 7 p.m. 20 Class of 1953 – 65 Year Reunion at The Tap Room 4 p.m. 21 Wrestling Golf Outing, Pennsauken Country Club Homecoming Football Game 7 p.m. 24 School Mass with Bishop Sullivan and 75 Year Class Reunion Mass for graduates of 1943 and older 28 Courtyard Cabaret 7 p.m. 29 Fall Clothing & Housewares Drive 8 a.m.-1 p.m. side parking lot OCTOBER 12 Bag Bingo 6:30 p.m. Dining Hall Class of 1963 – 55 Year Reunion at The Cove 6 p.m. 20 Class of 1973 – 45 Year Reunion, CCHS Dining Hall 25 Admissions Open House for 6th, 7th & 8th Graders 6:30 p.m. 27 Class of 1968 – 50 Year Reunion at Merchantville Country Club 6:30 p.m. NOVEMBER 9-11 Fall Play (Friday & Saturday 7:30 p.m. | Sunday 2 p.m.) 19 Spirit Week Begins 21 Spirit Week Pep Rally | Class of 2018 Mini-Reunion 50th Annual Thanksgiving Game @ Paul VI 7 p.m. 23 Class of 2008 Reunion The Tap Room Haddonfield 24 Class of 1998 Reunion (details TBA) DECEMBER 6 Christmas Tree Lighting 15 Magical Morning with Santa 9:30 a.m. Dining Hall 16 Boys Basketball Communion Breakfast 9 a.m. Christmas Concert 2 p.m.

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JANUARY 18 March for Life 27 Catholic Schools Week (through February 2) 31 Admissions Information Night 7 p.m. for 6th, 7th & 8th Graders FEBRUARY 6 NCAA College Signing Day 23 Class of 2023 Freshman Registration & Legacy Pictures 8-11a.m. MARCH 8-10 Spring Musical (Friday & Saturday 7:30 p.m. | Sunday 2 p.m.) 15-17 Spring Musical (Friday & Saturday 7:30 p.m. | Sunday 2 p.m.) 15 Irish Giving Day (text CCHS to 41444 to donate) 17 St. Patrick’s Day 18 President’s Reception for Merit Scholars 6:30 p.m. Information Commons APRIL 13 13th Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Reception 6:30 p.m. MAY 3 7 17 17-19 31

Bag Bingo Basket Blowout 6:30 p.m. Dining Hall “Road to College” Spring Open House for 6th & 7th Graders 7 p.m. Courtyard Cabaret 6 p.m. Spring Arts Weekend featuring Multimedia Presentations, Concert & Art Show Class of 2019 Baccalaureate Mass 7 p.m.

JUNE 2 Class of 2019 Commencement

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$109,300.00 Irish Giving Day 2018

AND 1080 DONORS IN 24 HOURS

Each year as we embark on the planning of Irish Giving Day we ask ourselves-can we do it again?

TOP PARTICIPATION: 1957

The answer in 2018 was YES! With 270 new donors on Friday, March 15, 2018, the Camden Catholic family joined together to prove our Irish Pride. New this year were two Irish Giving Day preview Happy Hours at McGillin’s in Philadelphia and P.J. Whelihan’s in Haddon Township. Alumni reunited from the 1950s through the 2010s and enjoyed some Irish revelry, free gifts and good times as we reminded all about the importance of giving back to help future generations of CCHS students.

Designations receiving donations = 24 Gifts of $1,000+ = 27 First time donors = 270

Congratulations to the Class of 1957 for being the class with the highest percentage participation (and the second highest total donated)! Well-done CCHS ’57. SECOND IN PARTICIPATION: 1941

Top 5 classes by participation:

Top 5 classes by amount raised:

THIRD IN PARTICIPATION: 1954

1957 – 9.81% 1941 – 8.7% 1954 – 7.78% 2015 – 6.92% 2001 – 6.71%

1976 - $4,700.00 1957 - $4,250.00 1966 - $3,715.00 1979 - $3,610.00 1972 - $3,020.00

We thank you for your continued support of this endeavor, and ask you to remember to save the date for the Fourth Annual Irish Giving Day, Friday, March 15, 2019 For a list of Irish Giving Day donors please see the Annual Report. 355


12TH ANNUAL

On Saturday, April 21, more than 320 guests gathered to honor the twelfth class of inductees into the Camden Catholic Hall of Fame. “The Hall of Fame is a fitting acknowledgement of what makes Camden Catholic one of the region’s finest educational institutions,” said Hall of Fame committee chairperson Jack Wixted ’72. “The accomplishments of the 2018 inductees help to show our current students the incredible footsteps in which they follow. This year’s inductees’ contributions in business, medicine, philanthropy, education and culinary arts is a testament to the school’s mission of educating young men and women to become lifelong learners and leaders in a Global society in the Catholic tradition.”

HALL OF FAME

Arts & Academic Inductees Tim Klauder ’78, Sister Michelle DiVeterano (representing Sister Winifred), Mary Mellon Beadling ’58 (representing Rosemary Barber-Madden), Major General James McIntosh ’56 and Paula Krebs ’76.

Athletic Inductees Will Walker ’91, Frank Cornely ’00, Ann Czerniakowski Rychlik ’94 and Lou Holder ’87.

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1887 Inductees Charles Reed ’60 and Linda Schilling ’70

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INDUCTION CEREMONY

2005-06 State Championship Girls Basketball Team

Dr. Rudolph Camishion with his daughters Sandra, Germaine, Lisa and Nancy.

Major General James McIntosh is congratulated by fellow 1956 classmates.

Paula Krebs ’76 with classmates, Javier Mercado ’76 and the Honorable Carmen Ciervo ’76.

Charles Reed ’60 with his many supporters.

Coach Jim Crawford with former player and inductee Will Walker ’91.

Lou Holder ’87 celebrates with his family.

Hall of Fame chairperson Jack Wixted ’72, Board member Kevin Walsh ’91 and Hall of Fame committee member Maureen Lee Behm ’92.

Members of the girls basketball team celebrate with Coach Palladino and team parent Kathy Gallagher.

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The Camden Catholic High School Hall of Fame EMERALD HALL OF FAME FOR ACADEMICS & THE ARTS Rosemary Barber-Madden ’58

• Senior global health expert • Professor Emerita, Columbia University • Over 35 years in teaching and research • Specializes in Infectious Diseases (HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, Dengue, Hepatitis), Antimicrobial Resistance, Maternal, Infant & Child Health, Reproductive Health, Nutrition

Rudolph Camishion, MD ’45

• Cardio-thoracic & vascular surgeon • Chief of Surgery, President of Medical Staff, Cooper University Hospital (1968-1999) • Professor of Surgery, Head of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Jefferson Hospital (1954-1968) • Participated in development and use of the first heart-lung machine, making open heart surgery possible

Timothy G. Klauder ’78

• Golden Toque Chef, the highest acclaimed recognition a chef can receive in America • Chef Ambassador at Aristas Café, helping promote the inclusion and training of people with Autism in the culinary world • Inventor & patent holder • More than 30 years of research and development in cooking technology

Paula M. Krebs ’76

• Scholar, educator, writer • Advocate for the humanities • Executive Director of the Modern Language Association • Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Bridgewater State University • Professor and English Department Chair, Special Assistant to the President for External Relations, Wheaton College • Member of the Board of the National Humanities Alliance

Major General James McIntosh ’56, USAF Ret.

• Commander, New Jersey Air National Guard, responsible for command and control of more than 2500 NJ Air National Guard members • Master navigator with more than 6,400 flying hours • Over 100 Vietnam combat missions as a KC-135 navigator during Vietnam • Multiple major awards and decorations including the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit and Bronze Star

Sister Mary Winifred Thomas, RSM posthumous

• Respected director, CCHS Library (1944-1979) • Managed library move to Cherry Hill • Responsible for CCHS being named NJ “Demonstration Library” • Played a vital role in the education of thousands of students

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• Certified Public Accountant • Member of the CCHS Board of Trustees • Devoted volunteer who has donated countless hours to the betterment of business practices at CCHS

Charles Reed ’60

• Founder & president, Electric Power Systems • Electrical engineer • Champion of the mission of CCHS • Influenced by Monsignor Bob McDermott ’60

S AV E T H E D AT E

2019 Hall of Fame The 13th Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Reception Saturday, April 13 at 6:30 p.m. • Grandi Auditorium Plan to join us and celebrate the achievements of Camden Catholic alumni!

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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 Frank Cornely ’00

• All-South Jersey wrestler • Senior National runner-up • State runner-up (2000) • Region & District Champion (2000) • University National Freestyle All-American (2005) • Two-time ACC Champion (2004/2005)

William Walker, II ’91

• All-South Jersey football & basketball • Set school record in basketball points (1,184) • Led Irish football to a 15-4 record • Third Team All-South Jersey track • Earned football scholarship to Syracuse University

Lou Holder ’87

• All-South Jersey soccer player • Set the CCHS scoring record with 72 goals • Earned scholarship to Rutgers University • Played in two NCAA Final Fours (1989 and 1990) • Rutgers Hall of Fame inductee (2015)

Ann Czerniakowski Rychlik ’94

• All-South Jersey swimmer • Led CCHS to three state championships • Earned scholarship to the University of Connecticut • Big East Academic All Star Team 1997 & 1998 • Multiple Coach of the Year honors

2005–2006 Girls Basketball Team

Call for Nominations

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

The Nomination Committee is looking for alumni and friends to nominate graduates, coaches and friends of CCHS for the honor of induction into the 2019 Hall of Fame.

• First and only state championship girls basketball team in school history; • Set record with 30 wins in one season; • Ranked first in South Jersey, third in the state and #22 nationally; • Coach Palladino named Courier-Post “Coach of the Year” • Led by “Player of the Year” Rashidat Junaid (Rutgers University), Jasmine Crew (Seton Hall), Christine Matera (Harvard), Katie Gallagher (University of Maryland-lacrosse), Allison Lane (Jackson State-soccer). • Junaid and Crew named All-South Jersey, Matera named All-Non Public.

Hall of Fame Scholarship Awards

Academic & Arts: those alumni of Camden Catholic High School who have distinguished with outstanding achievements through scholarship, service and leadership and/or the Arts.

This year, thanks to the success of the Hall of Fame event, the Hall of Fame Committee was able to award five $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.”

Special Recognition: alumni or friends of Camden Catholic High School whose actions and achievements may not be expressly categorized in Arts & Academics or Athletics, but are deserving of such recognition. These awards may be for humanitarian actions, community involvement, or other special contributions.

Kofo Adeleye ‘21, Marchello Barile ‘20, Liam Barnett ‘20, Nicholas Maslin ‘21, Sara Otremsky ‘19

Individuals can be nominated for the following categories of recognition:

Athletics: coaches or alumni of Camden Catholic High School who have established distinctive records of achievement in athletics, making them deserving of recognition.

Deadline for nominations is November 1, 2018. Download the nomination form at www.camdencatholic.org/halloffame or contact Kate Bieg: kate.bieg@camdencatholic.org/856-663-2247 ext. 134 for additional information.

Donate to the Hall of Fame Scholarship

To donate to the Hall of Fame Scholarship, email Jennifer Van Es, Advancement Coordinator: Jennifer.vanes@camdencatholic.org.

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Class of 2018 Exceptional Graduates. “Finding Their Purpose.” Academics: Cecelia Ensell “I wholeheartedly believe my time at Camden Catholic has prepared me for college,” says Cecelia Ensell. The valedictorian from Pennsauken, who came to CCHS from St. Peter School in Merchantville, is anticipating college with great hope and expectations. “In five years I picture myself attending graduate school, while hopefully pursuing internships and research opportunities in the field of behavioral psychology.” A quiet and confident leader, Cecelia has been a part of various CCHS activities during her four years. Among them, volleyball, choir, Student Government and Cathedral Scholars have kept her busy and provided her opportunities to pursue new interests. “My time here has provided me with the opportunities to take challenging yet rewarding honors and advanced placement courses in various subject areas. This experience has allowed me to sample different fields of study and help discern what path I want to take in my future academic endeavors.”

Community: Jada Cordero “If I had to describe the CCHS community in three words, they would be growth, friendship and laughter,” says senior Jada Cordero. This graduate, now headed to William Patterson University, has also been inspired by her membership in L.U.C.Y. (Lifting Up Camden’s Youth) and ID2C (I Dare to Care), and has the distinction of being a Domenica Scholar. Jada attended Sacred Heart School in Camden prior to coming to CCHS freshman year. Here, she wasted no time growing her knowledge, her friendships, and her interests. She participated in lacrosse, cheerleading, REBEL (Reaching Everyone by Exposing Lies), the Debate Team and the Creative Writing Club. “I think I’ll miss the people most,” she says about going on to college. “I have so many bonds with the students and the teachers, my greatest learning experience has been all that I’ve been through these four years, and the person I’ve become because of it.” One of her greatest mentors at CCHS has been biology teacher Dianne Heck. “Ms. Heck has been my biggest inspiration. She saw something in me that I did not see in myself, and taught me that I have the potential to do anything I want.” Keep your eye out for Jada as she gets ready to excel at the next level. “In five years I hope to be working on a television show. I want to learn all aspects about that business and be able to use the communication world to help others,” she says.

ATTENDING: Albright College (major: behavioral psychology) ACCEPTED: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Fordham University SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: AlbrightWarren L. Davis Scholarship (full tuition and other grants), Fairleigh DickinsonMerit Scholarship, Fordham-Loyola Scholarship and other grants SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: Effect of American first ladies on the country’s sociopolitical climate

ATTENDING: William Patterson University (major: communications) ACCEPTED: Bloomfield College, Camden County College, Delaware State University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, LaSalle University, Montclair State University, Neumann University, Rider University, Rowan College at Gloucester County SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: The role of husbands and wives on television

Tradition: Dean Cahill There is little doubt that the many Cahill and Haney CCHS graduates are beyond proud of their son, brother, and nephew Dean. As one of the most recognizable faces of the class of 2018, Dean Cahill has absolutely made his four years of high school count. He earned a merit scholarship as an eighth grader from Resurrection Catholic School, and immediately starting making a name for himself as a Camden Catholic student, eventually becoming school president his senior year. His numerous activities include football and lacrosse, Link Crew and Green and White, Stage Crew and Boys State. A natural born leader, Dean has his sights set on one of the world’s most respected leadership roles, to become an officer in the United States Army. He is already on his way to that pursuit, earning a full tuition ROTC scholarship to Penn State University, where he will begin in the fall. “Mrs. Fireman [physics teacher] has shown me her passion for physics, and helped encourage me to pursue my own passion, which I can turn into a career eventually. In five years I hope to be a commissioned Army officer, graduated from Penn State and on my way to completing flight school,” says Dean.

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ATTENDING: Penn State University (major: biomedical engineering) ACCEPTED: Drexel University, Rutgers University, University of Maryland, University of Pittsburgh SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: Army ROTC National Scholarship (full tuition), Air Force ROTC Type 7 Scholarship (full in-state tuition), A.J. Drexel Scholarship, Pitt Panther Pride Award SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: Robotics in the medical field

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Arts: Theresa Gardner If you have been to a CCHS spring musical, concert or fall play you will recognize the multi-talented Theresa Gardner. She played the sassy and sophisticated Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes this year, had the audience in stitches as a snarky stepsister in 2017’s Cinderella, and has performed in many additional roles on the Grandi Auditorium stage. “The musical has taught me the most about working collaboratively with so many people who possess such diverse gifts,” Theresa says. “It’s also taught me how God has given each of us gifts so that we can share them and offer them right back up to God.” Theresa will continue to offer her musical talents to audiences as she pursues her passion of music at The Catholic University of America next year. “I hope to eventually be teaching music in a school setting and privately,” she says. “I also hope to have a music ministry job, and continue to perform in theaters.”

ATTENDING: Catholic University (major: music) SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: The Catholic University of America Scholarship, Knights of Columbus Scholarship, Garden State Chorale Scholarship SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: The effect of classical music on the development of the brain

Opportunity: Anthony Nguyen “The different perspectives of my classmates have taught me the most,” says Anthony when asked about high school. Coming from St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral school in Camden, Anthony Nguyen was a Domenica Scholar and a Merit Scholar at CCHS. These opportunities were not easily earned, and he certainly made the most of them. Beyond his hard-work in the classroom, Anthony spent his high school years listening and participating in discussions that have helped shape him as both a student and a friend. “CCHS provides many opportunities for introspection, such as retreats, prayer services and classroom discussion. I have gained so much from this way of learning,” he says. Earning almost a full tuition grant to attend an Ivy League institution is another opportunity that Anthony will take on with great eagerness. “I hope to eventually pursue a PhD in physics,” he says. “I’m deciding between becoming a physics professor, working in aerospace or robotics.”

ATTENDING: Cornell University (major: engineering physics) ACCEPTED: LaSalle University, Loyola Marymount University, Saint Louis University, Ursinus College SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: Loyola Marymount-Presidential Scholarship, Saint Louis-Presidential Scholarship SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: Effect of sleep on the brain

International: Tony Li International student Tony Li not only overcame the many challenges that come along with attending high school in a foreign country, but he excelled in a myriad of ways. His high school activities included performing in the spring musical, playing soccer, singing in the choir, and competing at the Temple University Owlympiad math competition. His busy schedule allowed Tony to get to know his classmates on a deeper level. “CCHS has taught me to love my ‘brothers and sisters,’” he says. “I received love I never had, not even in China. We learn from each other and share our happiness or sadness. I love everything here, besides graduation.” Always remember, Tony, that even though you graduated, you will forever remain a member of the Camden Catholic family, and are always welcome at your second home.

ATTENDING: University of California Santa Cruz ACCEPTED: University of Southern California SCHOLARSHIPS RECEIVED: International Study Scholarship SENIOR RESEARCH TOPIC: American and Chinese perspectives of the Korean War

Alumni Association Graduation Awards Recognizing graduates who best demonstrate the Camden Catholic ideals of Honor, Faith & Loyalty.

THE MONSIGNOR ANDREW E. MARTIN AWARD: Kathleen Spadaro (The College of New Jersey)

One of the most anticipated honors of commencement each year is the Monsignor Martin Award, bestowed on the class member who whole-heartedly loves and serves Camden Catholic as much as Monsignor Martin himself. Kathleen “Kate” Spadaro is undoubtedly deserving of the honor as she has inspired her classmates, her teammates and the entire CCHS community during her four years. She is the loudest and proudest supporter of the green and white, living out the motto of honor, faith and loyalty each day of her life, just as Monsignor Martin does.

GREEN AND WHITE ALUMNI AWARD: Mary Marino (St. Joseph’s University)

This prestigious award recognizes the ultimate CCHS graduate who has become an unquestionably well-rounded leader of his or her class. It awards the student who excels in the areas of scholastic achievement, extracurricular involvement, service to our school as well as the greater community. Congratulations to Mary Marino for this well-deserved honor!

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New Learning Experiences Lead to T.H.E. Council

Inaugural “J-Term” Learning Session Challenges Students to Think Creatively In 2015 faculty member Jeff Bruckner proposed a multi-day learning session to help invigorate the faculty and engage Camden Catholic students in new and progressive ways. In January 2018 after many months of planning with administration and faculty, Camden Catholic launched the inaugural J-Term (aka. January Term).

including options such as: Jim Crow to Charlottesville: An Examination of Race Relations in Post-Abolition America, Putting It Together - A Performance Theater Experience, Forensic Science, Archery, Urban Challenge (service project), A New Perspective on the Natural World, Architecture through the Lego Lens, American Sign Language, and many more.

“Passionate, purpose driven, innovative, and creative, J-Term provides students and faculty the opportunity to investigate and reflect. J-Term is yet another innovative learning experience that makes Camden Catholic the premier Catholic high school in South Jersey,” says Bruckner.

J-Term was an exciting three days at Camden Catholic. From guest speakers (U.S. Senator Troy Singleton, San Francisco Giants scout John Barr, comedian and alumna La Tice Mitchell-Klapa ’90, biologist and alumnus Jack Szczpanski ’98, retired NFL center Chris Myers and Fr. Rob Hagan, chaplain of the Villanova University NCAA championship basketball team) to class trips (nature hikes, printmaking studio visits) and completely new learning experiences (archery, anyone?), Camden Catholic faculty challenged our students to learn new things and to think in creative ways.

In short, J-Term offered courses outside of the regular curriculum, yet rooted in student interest and faculty passions. J-Term fit in the academic calendar in the week between the first and second semesters, at a time when both students and faculty are ready for refreshment. Students enrolled in a choice of 30 “out of the box” courses,

Student showcase featuring the American Sign Language class doing the Eagles fight song

Archery students got out of their comfort zone to hit their targets

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Mrs. Maccherone’s class visited the Wissahickon Park to learn more about the natural world

Student yogis got “centered” in the Emerald Café

Mrs. Rell’s Urban Challenge group achieved amazing results during their service work in Camden

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Together Honoring Everyone: T.H.E. Council Celebrates the Many Faces of the CCHS Community Born from the J-Term learning session, T.H.E. Council was formed in the spring of 2018 to help shape the vision and goals of racial and cultural diversity, equity, and inclusion at Camden Catholic High School. As our world continues to evolve, Camden Catholic students, faculty, staff and administration need to continue to encourage our community’s well-being, and help to foster collaborative learning among our many diverse students in pursuit of our mission: to educate lifelong learners and leaders in a global society in the Catholic tradition. T.H.E. Council will host events and programming relative to our multicultural community, including Hispanic Heritage Month, African American History Month and Asian American Heritage Month. In addition, they hope to help encourage continued knowledge and acceptance of our community’s cultures, abilities and viewpoints.

CCHS Students React to School Violence On the 19th anniversary of the Columbine school shooting, and just over two months since the Stoneman Douglas tragedy, Camden Catholic students gathered on Shamrock Field on April 20 and joined in prayer to honor the lives lost, to prayer together for peace, and to make their voices heard. Our students were led by seniors Emma Daverso and Emily Deveraux, following the Diocesan high school students' meeting with Bishop Sullivan to discuss the issue of school violence. Faculty member Jeff Bruckner urged the students to thoughtfully and prayerfully follow the example of Jesus, to act with kindness, and to educate themselves on the issues facing their generation.

Leadership Academy in D.C. CCHS students visited Washington D.C. as a part of the Leadership Academy "Global Leadership" Program. This immersive lesson "Politics Through the Looking Glass: Understand the Confirmation Bias in American Politics: Washington D.C." was planned and led by students Gia Carusone ’18 and Thomas Marciano ’18. The lesson and workshop allowed students the ability to recognize biased-based division and the significance of collaboration in politics. Through contact with the offices of U.S. Senator Cory Booker and Congressman Tom MacArthur, students were able to obtain access to view the House, Senate, and Congress Gallery debates, research documents at the National Archives, and receive a docent-guided tour of the Library of Congress and the Capitol Building. Students explored what contributes to the formation of the divide among political parties and the aspects that help and hurt a successful debate.

Faculty moderator Joya Oasin is also working with Hoover, Christine Palladino, and faculty members at each grade level, to launch T.H.E. Council this year. “It is necessary to be able to discuss, voice opinions, and ask questions in a safe environment. In this way, we support each other by celebrating our own uniqueness and valuing the differences of the members of our community, to better understand the world in which we live,” says Joya.

DeRenzi ’79 Comes Home to CCHS “We saw a need for students to learn more about one another’s cultures, and to simply make Camden Catholic more fun,” says George Lecato ’19, one of T.H.E. Council’s student members. “We’d like to plan town hall meetings where students can discuss current events, new ideas, and ways of looking at things. We think we can make a difference now, this year, so that there is a foundation laid for the classes after we graduate. It’s going to be a great thing to tell people about, to tell future students that this is how they can feel comfortable here, this is how they can get involved.” Faculty moderator Matt Hoover ’11 says: “As an alumnus, it's important to me that we embrace our diversity to assure that it is preserved for as long as this community exists. It is one of the defining features of Camden Catholic, and I know firsthand how powerful the experience of going to a high school, that is diverse yet united, can be. By promoting an equitable and multi-abled, multi-cultural student population, the entire Camden Catholic community will be better off.” T.H.E. Council plans to host a springtime festival which celebrates the many cultures represented by CCHS students. As legacy student True Moore ’20 says “We want to help teach our students self-love, because when we love ourselves we are more confident to share who we are with one another.” What better way to share love then by bringing together food, fun and entertainment “that celebrates all Camden Catholic students’ cultures,” says True.

During Catholic Schools Week 2018 Camden Catholic hosted guest speakers to celebrate passion-driven purpose guided by faith. One of the featured speaker was Vice Admiral (retired) Nanette DeRenzi, CCHS class of 1979. Vice Admiral DeRenzi retired from the Navy in 2015. She was the 42nd Judge Advocate General (JAG) of the Navy, serving as principal military legal counsel to the Secretary of the Navy and Chief of Naval Operations, and the Department of Defense Representative for Vice Admiral DeRenzi with Joe Keller ’18 and Dean Cahill ’18 both of whom have Ocean Policy Affairs. As the an interest in serving in the Navy. JAG, she led the 2,300 attorneys, enlisted paralegals, and civilian employees of the worldwide Navy JAG Corps community. Her message was one of praise for Catholic Schools and most especially our dedicated faculty who she credits with giving her the confidence and courage to pursue her passion as a Naval attorney.

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The Class of 2018: Legacy Graduates

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Tina Senior Belz ’86, Christian Belz, Jeff Belz ’85, Jenna Belz ’16

Maureen Haney Cahill ’82, Dean Cahill, Shannon Cahill ’11, Erin Cahill ’13

Kevin Carr, Ashley Carr ’13

Teresa Morgan Kelly ’57, Shane Costello, Brendan Costello ’17

Elizabeth Wade ’48, George Deutsch ’70, Kate Deutsch

Pat Dymond ’04, Jack Dymond ’16, Mary Corbett Dymond ’77, Maureen Dymond, John Dymond ’77, Megan Dymond Fields ‘00, Morrison Fields ’00

Jacqueline Dymond ’11, Danielle Dymond, Rob Dymond ’83

Michelina D’Alessandro Basile ’62, Angela Ebbert

Patrick Kennedy ’53, Cecilia Ensell, Anne Hartman Kennedy ’53

Sandra Black Hughes-Baczewski ’87, Nick Hughes, Pat Thompson Black ’58

Christine Zeck Johns ’90, Rebecca Johns

Abigail Loughlin, Rosemarie O’Brien Loughlin ’85

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The 130th graduating class of Camden Catholic proudly represents the history and tradition of CCHS with several legacy graduates. We thank these spirited families for continuing the Camden Catholic traditions of honor, faith and loyalty with our newest graduates.

Justin Barrale ’07, Jessica Lynch Barrale ’07, Tim Lynch, Samantha Lynch ’16, Shannon Lynch Ko ’09

Al Nanni ’88, Aidan Nanni, Lynda Marini Nanni ’90

Christopher O’Callaghan, Kathy Sinatra O’Callaghan ’88

Robert Riccardi, Jr. ’88, Emily Riccardi, Caitlin Riccardi ’16

Julia McCormick Irwin ’46, Ginny Irwin-Boyles ’76, Cathy Irwin Rymsza ’75, Brett Russell, Christine Irwin Russell ’84, Ashley Russell ’16

John Sawn ’83, Tim Sawn ’20, Joe Sawn, Carol Patzer Sawn ’85, David Patzer ’81 and Christian Sawn ’24

Frank Schlegel, Christine Smith Schlegel ’89

Tracy Gregorio Wilson ’88, Erin Wilson (not pictured – Carl Gregorio ’60)

Joe Wolfram ’15, John Marino, Rob Wolfram, Mary McKernan Wolfram ’50 , Mary Marino, Dan Wolfram ’17

Linda Talarico Xerri ’81, Paul Xerri, Nick Xerri ’12, Grace Xerri ’09

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By Kevin Callahan ’79

As a young teen, after his family moved from North Jersey to Cherry Hill, Bill O’Donnell remembers his first day at Camden Catholic High School like it was, well, the most important day of his early life. Possibly, it was. Certainly, that September of 1967 morning in the back parking lot of the shiny white brick building on the hill above Cuthbert Boulevard, at the very least, shaped “Otis” for the next half century. “I went from having 100 friends to not knowing a soul,” O’Donnell recalled about that fateful first day at his new school. “When I got off the bus, there were 2,000 people in the parking lot and I was 4 foot-11 and 100-nothing-pounds. I was scared to death. So I looked over and saw another 4-foot-11 and 100-nothing-pound kid standing there. I went up to him and said, ‘do the freshmen go to the auditorium or the gymnasium?’ and he said, ‘man I don’t know, I’m new.’

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And that was Michael Delaney, now I’m heading to his son Patrick’s wedding some 50 years later.” Indeed, O’Donnell remembers the meaning of that day better than the math of all these years. And, from that morning for a lost frosh not knowing anyone, searching for someone to ask where to go, wondering just where to line up, the O’Donnell family tree has spread to include multiple generations of graduates and current students who, in their daily lives, are emboldened, enriched and enlivened by the Camden Catholic themes of honor, faith and loyalty. “I have a lot of soulful friends who have come out of here,” O’Donnell said, “my children, my brothers and sisters, and my nieces and nephews have attended Camden Catholic.”

O’Donnell ’71 and his brothers Jay ’76 and Bob ’80, along with his sons William ’04, Michael ’06 and Matthew ’09 also contributed in immense ways to the wrestling program. His sisters Nancy Gaddis ’73 and Mary Jane Campbell ’85 are also green and white grads. Mary Jane has extended another branch of the O’Donnell tree, actually a root, when she married into the Campbell and McDermott families. And, like many Camden Catholic families, the three family names are often synonymous, and always intertwined, as their ties to their own Irish legacy burrow long and deep with meaning and memories. Mary Jane and Kevin Campbell’s children are the fourth generation of family legacies to attend CCHS. Ryan ’16 and Erin ’17 are recent graduates while Kelly will be a freshman in September. Great grandparents Robert McDermott Sr. and Catherine (Gross) were “the originals” who started this family legacy upon their graduation in 1934, which continues 84 years later. The Irish-laden family tree is enriched even more so with Kathy (McDermott) ’57 and Jerry Campbell ’56 who walked the halls of the old CCHS at 7th and Federal Streets in Camden. In addition, step-grandmother Christine Cuneo-Campbell ’68 is a CCHS alumna. Their great aunts Mary DelGrande ’70, Denise Culkin ’78, and great uncles Joe McDermott ’76 and Mark DelGrande ’70 all graduated from the new school in Cherry Hill.

However, the most famous tie for the Campbells to Camden Catholic in their renowned and extended family is Monsignor Robert McDermott ’60, their great uncle who has epitomized Camden Catholic’s three core tenets, especially the one of faith. “I grew up with him as a ‘second grandpop’,” says Erin. “It is awesome when people mention him because I know him on a different level than they do.” Monsignor McDermott retired as pastor of St. Joseph's ProCathedral in 2014. He grew up in the shadows of St. Joe’s spiral in East Camden before going on to become a star basketball player at Camden Catholic. He later was the head hoops coach of the Irish in the late 1970’s before returning to his roots to serve the people of his former parish. Monsignor is a legend among CCHS alumni and so many in the city of Camden. He founded the St. Joseph Carpenter Society, a non-profit housing provider; created the Romero Center Ministries, an education and retreat facility; and the Joseph’s House, a homeless mission. His many entities continue today under The Joseph Fund umbrella. In September of 2017 Monsignor was honored when Camden Catholic named the all new “Collaborative

Learning Center” in his name. Dozens of family members were present for the event. “He instills a lot of values in people,” said Erin Campbell, who earned 12 varsity letters and whose cousin Emily, Bob’s daughter, is in the Class of 2019. “He’s very caring. He’s done a lot for the city of Camden and everyone he has worked with and he has made a difference in their lives. He really is an inspiring person that I’ve always looked up to my entire life. I try to live out the values that he has instilled in each of us in the family.” In total there are 24 relatives who count themselves as proud and passionate alumni of the Camden Catholic family. In addition to those already mentioned, Maria (Manning) ’85, Theresa Bittner ’64, Mary Sparks ’58 and Rich Bittner ’61. Anyone remotely connected with Camden Catholic knows there are so many other great CCHS family trees, which extend generations and spread the values of honor, faith and loyalty, including the following five families.

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CCHS FRIENDS BEFORE SISTERS: KATHY SINATRA AND TRISH HUNT

Camden Catholic family trees not only grow vertically, but the branches extend horizontally through marriages, as is the case with Kathy (Sinatra) ’88 who met her now husband through her CCHS friend Trish (Hunt) ’88.

“When you send your child to a Catholic school, you’re invested. Everyone is making an investment: the teachers and the faculty, especially. Everyone sacrifices but you know what you are spending, or sacrificing, has a value that is almost priceless.”

“Trish and I had been friends since freshman year. She met [her now husband] Bill O’Callaghan, they got a place at the shore, and that’s where I met my future husband, Mike,” Kathy Sinatra- O'Callaghan said about meeting the O’Callaghans from Pemberton in Sea Isle, or in “Camden Catholic South.”

Kathy’s younger brothers, twins Frank and Rob Sinatra graduated from Camden Catholic in 1992. Rob Sinatra was ordained in 2004 and is the pastor of Padre Pio Parish in Vineland. “It makes me proud to be part of a wonderful community,” Kathy said. “I had a wonderful experience at Camden Catholic. The friends that I met there are my best friends now, and I want the same experience for my children. I’m happy that they can be a part of the same tradition that was so crucial to my formation.” “When I walk the hallways at Back to School Night it feels like I’m a student again,” Kathy said, “I recognize many of the same faces and everyone is happy to be there and proud to be a part of it. When you send your child to a Catholic school, you’re invested. Everyone is making an investment: the teachers and the faculty, especially. Everyone sacrifices but you know what you are spending, or sacrificing, has a value that is almost priceless.”

“Now our children go to Camden Catholic together.” Kathy’s oldest son, Christopher, graduated this year and her daughter Mary Kate will graduate in 2021. Her youngest son, Ryan, will attend Camden Catholic and graduate in 2023 – yes he is going to Camden Catholic. “When Chris was looking at colleges, he said he wanted to be in a community, a small college, and be part of the family like he was a Camden Catholic. I thought that was really a nice testament to the school. There is a certain comfort level,” Kathy said. Trish’s oldest daughter, Lauren, graduated in 2017 and her daughter, Erin, will graduate in 2019. “The CCHS network is a wonderful family,” she says.

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LOYAL LEGENDS CONTINUE WINNING WAYS: THE KENNEY & WIXTED FAMILIES

One doesn’t even have to step foot inside the white CCHS walls to know the Kenney name. All who drive over Route 38 on Cuthbert Boulevard know the name in big green letters “Tom Kenney Gymnasium,” in honor of the legendary football coach during the glory years from 1946 through 1952, when the Irish played for national championships. Tom Kenney’s daughters Marjorie O’Brien ’67, Kathy Collura ’70 and Barbara Prior ’78 all graduated from Camden Catholic. His son Rich taught at CCHS from 1980-1981 and again as an instructional assistant from 2015-2017. Barbara’s sons Sean ’07 (now deceased) and Tim ’08 were proud graduates. “Driving by Camden Catholic, my heart swells with pride seeenney K m o ing my Dad’s name on the T y Coach Legendar gymnasium,” Barbara said. “Seeing his name reminds me of our family legacy of my aunts, siblings, cousins and their children, and my sons that have kept the family tradition alive by attending and supporting Camden Catholic.” The Kenney family and many friends continue to contribute to the scholarship named for Tom Kenney, which helps provide tuition assistance to CCHS students. Tom’s brother Rich had five children who attended CCHS: Maureen Bowman ’85, Mike’76, Rich ’75, Tricia Wixted ’73 and

Joan Kenney-Romano ’71. Their mother, Joan (Forebaugh), graduated in 1946 from the school in Camden. The Kenney and Wixted families connected when Tricia married Jack, a 1972 graduate whose Tricia K enney W siblings, Mary Ann ixted ’73 Wixted-Weyer ’68, Jim ’70, Gerald ’79 and Frances Hall ’81, are all Camden Catholic graduates. Jack continues to serve his Alma Mater as a member of the Board of Trustees and Chairperson for the Hall of Fame Committee. He was inducted into the CCHS Hall of Fame in 2010 for his admirable football and basketball careers. Gerald Wixted’s son Gerry ’10 helped lead the Irish to a state title in basketball as a senior. Jack and Tricia’s daughter Elizabeth graduated in 2005. Joe ’76, the nephew of Tom and son of Tom’s youngest brother, Joe, has served on the CCHS Board of Trustees while watching his daughters Caitlin ’16 and Gillian ’19 enjoy the same CCHS experience as he did. Joe’s mother, Jane Hartman-Kenney, was in the class of 1951. Joe’s sister, Mary Kenney ’76 and her daughter Liana Kenney ’16 also graduated from Camden Catholic. Growing up in North Camden, the best friend of Tom Kenney was Patrick Corbett, the patriarch of one of the school’s largest and most legendary legacy families.

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A TRADITION PASSED ON THE CORBETT & DYMOND FAMILIES

The Corbett-Dymond families also define loyalty with their remarkable legacy in Camden Catholic. The third generation is currently at CCHS with Patrick Corbett ’19 and recent graduate Maureen Dymond ’18. “My parents embodied the real spirit of Camden Catholic,” Tish Corbett, class of 1970, said. “They passed their feelings of loyalty, tradition and faith to their children and grandchildren. My parents just loved the school, they met there.” The patriarch of the family was Patrick Corbett, class of 1937 who passed away in 2001 at the age 81. He was a former Irish basketball player and later was a founding father of the Varsity Club. His wife of 53 years was Dorothy (Loughlin), class of 1941. Dorothy passed away in 2016 at the age of 91. They met backstage at a CCHS alumni play and their goodness was as tangible as their warmth and humor. “My mom was one of the first CCHS cheerleaders,” Tish said. “We all can sing the original cheers!” Upon her passing, the Corbett family graciously suggested donations be made to CCHS in Dorothy’s memory. Patrick and Dorothy had five children – James ’69, Tish ’70, Mary ’77, Tomas ’79 and Edward ’81. So, fitting with their parents meeting at the CCHS play, Edward ’81 was the lead in Fiddler on the Roof his senior year, and he worked in the IT department at CCHS in the 2000s, as well as for the performing arts department. Tomas ’79 and his wife Monica continue the Irish legacy with their children Elise ’13 and Patrick ’19. Patrick was even baptized by CCHS President Emeritus Monsignor Andrew Martin in the CCHS Chapel (pictured above). And, you can now find him living

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out his family legacy as a key member of the Irish basketball team: he helped lead the team to their first sectional championship since 2010 this past season. “This means a lot,” Patrick said following one of his biggest games. “My grandfather played for Camden Catholic in the late 1930s, Patrick Corbett ’19 my dad worked here, and I would come to games when I was 3-years-old and wait for the gym to clear just so I could shoot for half an hour.” Tish’s daughters Kate ’07 and Shelly ’10 add to the growing list, as do Mary Corbett ’77 and husband John ’77 Dymond’s four children: Meghan ’00 (who married her classmate Morrison Fields ’00), Patrick ’04, Jack ’16 and Maureen ’18. Add up the names and the years and Patrick and Dorothy Corbett will have a grandchild in CCHS continuously from 1996 until 2019. “A lot of that really came from their grandparents,” Tish said about the third generation wanting to attend Camden Catholic. “My children went to Cherry Hill public elementary schools but they really wanted to go to Camden Catholic for high school. Besides the pull from their cousins being there, it was the whole feeling they got from their grandparents, and myself, of the spirit of the school and the contributions it makes to your life.”

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THE COUSIN CONNECTION THE WALSH, WHEELER AND MURPHY FAMILIES The Walsh-Wheeler-Murphy families are continuing their legacy and contributions to Camden Catholic through “The Cousin Connection” as well. John Walsh ’85 and his wife Liz (Vigrass) ’87 met while both were students and athletic standouts for the Irish. John played football and baseball while Liz played field hockey and lacrosse, and was a member of the school’s first state champion field hockey team in 1985.

John and Liz have three children: Jack ’17 and twins Katie and Ryan, class of 2020. Jack was a football and lacrosse standout for the Irish. Katie is a player to watch for the remarkable Irish field hockey team, starting varsity as a freshman and sophomore. Ryan started varsity baseball his first two years and has made an impact on the varsity football squad this year. “After looking up to my siblings for many years, it’s really cool to be here and see what they were talking about,” said Erin Wheeler about playing at Camden Catholic. “All the teachers and coaches know them. It’s great to be around family.”

The athletic accomplishments of John and his siblings, and now the second generation of Walshes runs deep. John’s sisters Karen ’88 and Colleen ’95 both played field hockey and Karen (Walsh) Murphy '88 celebrates her 100th lacrosse goal while little sister Cousins Erin Wheeler and Collen (Walsh) Spangler '95 helps celebrate with the team in 1988. lacrosse in college. Karen Katie Walsh are joined by a (Murphy) was the first player to score 100 goals at Camden third Walsh cousin, Karen’s daughter Neve Murphy, CCHS class Catholic in lacrosse before going on to play field hockey and of 2021. If you go to any sporting event you are bound to bump lacrosse at Towson University. Colleen (Spangler) played both into a Wheeler or a Walsh, or a Murphy, and most likely a few field hockey and lacrosse at Saint Joseph's University. Maureen from each family. These families punctuate the pride of so many ‘82 and her husband Ed Wheeler have three children who are in the Irish legion. graduates of Camden Catholic and a current Irish student. Meghan ’10 and Katelyn ’11 both played hockey and lacrosse “If you have family from Camden Catholic, it is true pride that while brother Michael ’13 played football and baseball for the you get to play on the same field or same court as that family Irish. Erin ’19 has been a key contributor on the varsity level, in member,” Camden Catholic lacrosse coach Bridget Bigley Sipera ’02, who has played and coached many CCHS legacies. both lacrosse and field hockey, since her freshman year.

ALMOST A CENTURY-OLD LEGACY: THE MCKERNAN, MARINO & WOLFRAM FAMILIES The McKernan, Marino, Wolfram family legacy extends four generations, beginning in the 1920s and continuing today. Judy (Wolfram) Marino’s maternal grandfather, John P. McKernan, was one of the school’s first graduates as a member of the CCHS class of 1924. “My mom, Mary McKernanWolfram, was in the class of 1950,” Judy Marino said. “Her husband, my dad Joseph Wolfram, was also a CCHS graduate, class of 1948 - at the top of his class. All of their siblings also graduated from CCHS. My brother and I have proudly sent our kids to CCHS,” she continued. Judy’s twins John and Mary graduated this year, and Claire is in

the class of 2020. Judy’s brother, Joe Wolfram, has three sons who are all now alumni: Joseph ’15, Dan ’17 and Robert ’18. “Camden Catholic has always been the epitome of 'family' to us,” Judy added. “Throughout my childhood, I heard stories about my relatives’ experiences at CCHS, the teachers, the activities, the reunions. I learned firsthand with my own children how strong the CCHS family is, and it started at the first Open House we attended when they were in eighth grade. Since that time, my kids knew they belonged at Camden Catholic. They have forged such strong relationships with students and staff and such positive memories, I know they will never forget their time at Camden Catholic.” “CCHS graduates have a bond that it inexplicable, and I couldn’t be happier that our family has been a part of that bond for so long.” Remarkably, for so many, that bond started on the first day of school, as lost freshmen, like with Bill O’Donnell … just 50 years ago.

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Anything Goes is De-Lovely

Featuring almost 60 students on the Grandi Auditorium stage (many of whom had never worn tap shoes before), and dozens more in the crew and show band, the 2018 spring musical was, once again, a fan favorite for thousands over the six show run in March. This was the third time in CCHS history that the Cole Porter Broadway hit Anything Goes was brought to life by our arts students with previous shows performing in 1977 and 1996. Taking place aboard the SS American ocean liner in the 1930s, the rowdy cast of CCHS characters was led by Theresa Gardner ’18 as Reno Sweeney, Matthew Glass ’20 as Billy Crocker and Claire Marino ’20 as Hope Harcourt. Proud performing arts alumni gathered for a Sunday matinee performance where they reminisced about their days in the annual spring musical, performances on the stage, work with the spotlight and building the sets. More than 40 alumni gathered from the 1950s through the 2010s!

Cava ’18 at Congress

SAVE THE DATE 2019 SPRING MUSICAL

Spring Musical March 8, 9, 15, 16 at 7:30 p.m. March 10 & 17 at 2 p.m.

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Senior Veronica Cava was honored with the Congressional Art Award for New Jersey’s District 3. Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by Members of the US House of Representatives. Veronica was among hundreds of students who submitted artwork to the competition and she was selected the winner with her submission of “Ruth.” To accept the award Veronica traveled to Washington D.C. with her family and visited the U.S. Capitol where she was officially awarded her Congressional certificate by NJ Congressman Tom MacArthur. “Ruth” will hang in the U.S. Capitol Building for one year. Cava was also awarded the Moore College of Art “Visionary Woman” Scholarship. The Visionary Woman Honors Program includes a $20,000 per year scholarship to focus on fine art studies. Only 15 students are admitted to the program each year. Cava is attending Rowan University in the fall, majoring in medical illustration. CCHS Magazine

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Artists Exhibit at Rutgers

Gingell ’10 Joins Alumni in Performing

Seniors William Kuang, Veronica Cava, and Jessica Underwood were chosen by Rutgers University to join their art exhibition featuring notable high school artists in New Jersey, which ran at Rutgers Camden in February.

Shannon Gingell, class of 2010, has been named the Assistant Director of PreCollege Programs at the University of the Arts in addition to directing for Spotliters. Inc. In her role at Spotliters she led the 2018 production of Little Shop of Horrors this spring. Alumnus Jim Bloss ’10 was also involved in the show as he performed the featured role of Seymour. Fellow alumni Michael Franz ’11, Greg Gardner ’11, Christian Caliva ’10, and Aidan McDonald ’17 attended the show to support their fellow Arts at CCHS alumni.

Dancing for a Cause Christmas Choir Competition The CCHS Choir finished second in the notable MORE FM “Christmas Choir Competition” with their creative rendition of The First Noel.

Alumnus Brian Fitzpatrick ’87 co-chaired the 2018 Hope Gala fundraiser for the American Cancer Society of NJ. Held in May, the Hope Gala raised over $220,000! To help set the tone for the Broadway-themed event benefiting childhood cancer research, Brian invited the cast of CCHS’s spring musical Anything Goes to do a flash mob performance. “Under the direction of Greg Gardner ’11 and Joanne Mullen McBride ’84, our wonderful CCHS students performed the production tap number of Anything Goes,” said Brian. “They also performed individual solo numbers during cocktail hour. I have heard so many wonderful comments about the kids and how well they represented the school. They kicked off the event with much passion and energy. Thank you Greg, Joanne and all the amazing performing art students of CCHS.”

Thespian Society Winners Members of the CCHS stage crew won second place at the advanced Tech Challenge at the 2018 New Jersey Thespian Festival in February at Robbinsville High School. These students included Emily Devereaux ’18, Nick Hughes ’18, Tim Lynch ’18, John Marino ’18, Mary Marino ’18, Brett Russell ’18, and Frank Schlegel ’18.

Chorus & Band Awards Dion Xia ’19, Hannah Lenkowski ’19 and Tom Marciano ’18, represented Camden Catholic at the South Jersey Band and Orchestra Association's 2018 Festival at Rowan University. Lenkowski was also chosen as a member of the All-South Jersey band, and performed with them in January. Cassidy Anderson ’18 represented Camden Catholic at the All-South Jersey Concert in January.

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Students Become Active Participants and Leaders As Rector of Camden Catholic High School Fr. Joseph Capella is helping to expose each Camden Catholic student to the many possible ways to explore our faith. From Mass at the Kairos Retreat, to allowing Christian Leadership students to plan and execute retreats, to training student ministers, Fr. Capella says he is “hoping to accommodate our students’ interests, match up with what they are involved in and what they are looking to learn about their faith.” 24


An example of matching up with student interests is the Catholic Performers for Christ retreat, which took place earlier this year. The retreat invited our 150 performing arts students to participate in a day-long reflection which was centered in core Christian values, and also celebrated the students’ God-given gifts, unique challenges as performers, and ways in which they too can be like Christ through their art. The Christian Leadership students planned and executed the retreat with the guidance of Fr. Capella. Each athletic team at Camden Catholic participates in Catholic Athletes for Christ retreats seasonally. Led by Fr. Capella, the teams gather during each season to reflect on their role on the field

and how they can be both inspired and energized by the Catholic faith. “Our Catholic Christian tradition reminds us that every aspect of the human experience is an opportunity to encounter Christ,” says Fr. Capella. “We hope to infuse our students’ athletic experiences with this understanding. It is a part of how CCHS helps to form every part of the student-body, mind and spirit.” “We are training students to be active participants, not passive recipients,” says Fr. Capella. One such example is student minister training. “Several students were trained prior to Lent, so that during Ash Wednesday Mass we had students administering ashes to their peers,” states Fr. Capella. These students will also be permitted

to preside at non-Eucharistic services. In addition to the many retreat options (CCHS hosts eight to nine different retreats each year), Fr. Capella also started the “Busy Student Retreat” which is based in the Ignatian spiritual exercises and allows students to have a personalized option if they are in need of such a route. The mission of Mercy which Camden Catholic was founded on is still truly present over 130 years later, and miles away from the original school building in Camden. “Mercy happens here,” says Fr. Capella. From service projects to daily prayer, monthly Masses, and student ministers, we are blessed to continue such a special tradition.

CHRISTIAN MINISTRY NEWS CCHS Named Catholic Relief Global High School

Hurricane Relief Collection

Toys for Tots

CCHS students collected donations on behalf of the National Catholic Educational Association for Student to Student: A Catholic School Response for Hurricane Relief 2017. NCEA distributed 100 percent of the funds collected to dioceses in the affected areas for their Catholic school communities in vital need of support due to the impact of the hurricanes.

CCHS students donated over 5,000 cans of food to the South Jersey MSBL Toys for Tots and Holiday Food Drive sponsored by alumnus and assistant baseball coach, Lou Marshall ’77.

This program provides opportunities for high school students to join with Catholic Relief Services to educate about Catholic social teaching and advocate for solidarity with the global poor. One of our students’ first CRS projects was the Lenten Rice Bowl collection.

Freshmen Return to the Original CCHS

Vocations Day Welcomes Alumni

Annual Pro-Life March Led by Fr. Joseph Capella, Camden Catholic students marched for the dignity of all human lives in Washington DC at the annual March For Life.

Director of Vocations for the Diocese of Camden, Fr. Michael Romano, celebrated the annual Vocations Mass at CCHS. Several special guests shared their vowed religious experience with our students. We were especially happy to welcome back alumni Lauren Adderly ’08, who is a postulant in the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity and Carlo Santa Teresa ’07, who is currently in his pastoral year.

For their class retreat this year CCHS freshmen returned to the original location of Camden Catholic at 7th & Federal Streets to learn more about the legacy of Mercy left by the Sisters of Mercy, founders of CCHS. The students celebrated Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, participated in their own work of mercy by doing service at the Cathedral Kitchen, took a tour of the Cathedral and were joined by alumnus Joe Perno, Class of 1948, who shared his memories of attending “the original” school. This will now become an annual tradition for each freshman class entering CCHS in the fall.

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Faculty & School News Hocker Information Commons Dedicated In September Camden Catholic unveiled the final project funded by the Campaign for the Future: the Hocker Information Commons. Featuring the Monsignor Bob McDermott ’60 Collaborative Learning Lab, the John M. Tedeschi MD ’56 Study Space, the Sr. Winifred Library and the David MacDonald CCTV Studio, the renovated and expanded library is a hub for daily activity at CCHS. More than 80 special guests gathered for the dedication and blessing and were honored with the presence of Bishop Dennis Sullivan and Superintendent of Schools Ms. Mary Boyle. Following Bishop Sullivan’s blessing of the space, Mrs. Whipkey introduced Kirsten Hocker, President of the Hocker Foundation, Dr. Tedeschi, Jerry Campbell ’56 and Monsignor Andrew Martin, President Emeritus (who both spoke on behalf of Monsignor McDermott). The Fulton Bank of New Jersey and the Camden Catholic Parents Association were also recognized for their contributions to the renovated space. Former librarian Pat Brown ’66 was also in attendance as a new sign was unveiled at the CCHS Archives named in her honor. Camden Catholic has spent more then four years raising $6.2 million during their Campaign for the Future, which has funded this new library space, a new dining hall, scholarships and enhancement of their annual fund.

Dave MacDonald Honored by Former Students & Colleagues Legendary faculty member Dave MacDonald was honored in April with the dedication of the all new CCTV Studio in his honor. The surprise event featured a tribute video introduced by special guest Tim Klauder ’78 who spoke about how influential Mr. MacDonald has been on his life. Tim is a Golden Toque chef who was inspired by Mr. MacDonald to explore his passion of cooking during a trip to Florence as a student at CCHS. Mr. MacDonald was a faculty member from 1965 to 2004. He is Mr. Dave MacDonald and his the founder of CCTV and was instrumental in making CCHS a predecessor Mr. Jeffrey Bruckner, pioneer in the use of audio visual technology in schools. His men- Chair, Art Department and moderator of CCTV. torship to hundreds of students has influenced many to explore and excel at careers in the communications industry. In addition to CCTV, Mr. MacDonald taught several history classes and led the AV Club, Stage Crew, Cycling Club, Photography Club and the famous European Tours each Easter. Special thanks to Pat Brown and Pat Jordan for their assistance in making this event a surprise and for all of their help gathering photos for the new CCTV Studio wall.

Monsignor Martin Celebrates 50th Jubilee President Emeritus Monsignor Andrew Martin celebrated his 50th Jubilee in December. In recognition of this milestone Camden Catholic presented him with a special plaque at the Dining Hall entrance which recognizes his service to our Lord over the past 50 years and to CCHS during 33 of those years, during which he has served as a faculty member, Principal, President and now President Emeritus of CCHS. Hundreds of friends and family joined him for the jubilee Mass and dinner in the Pisa Dining Hall where he was honored by several speeches recognizing his 50 years in the priesthood. 26

Kathy DiCamillo and Paula Mueller Retire A combined half century of service to CCHS, one in the arts, and one in the art of service, has been a great blessing to the thousands of students impacted by the guidance of Ms. Kathy DiCamillo and Mrs. Paula Mueller. Mrs. Mueller founded the “Learning to Serve. Serving to Learn.” program in 2005, which eventually became a model for service-learning in diocesan schools. During her 13 years at CCHS she worked with religion classes to teach the students how service learning grows their faith, allows them to be an example to others, and helps them to fulfill their mission as a Camden Catholic student. With her leadership, Camden Catholic students have performed more than 270,000 hours of service to their communities both here and abroad. Her mentorship has also encouraged hundreds of alumni to enroll in Catholic service opportunities in college and beyond. Ms. DiCamillo will also retire from Camden Catholic this year after spending 30 years as the fine art teacher, instructing students in fundamentals of art, drawing and painting, advanced placement art history and advanced placement studio art. Her guidance has inspired both gifted students and students newer to expressing their creativity. During her tenure she has fulfilled the role of Art Department Chair, been an artistic director for the annual spring musical set and helped to engage students in the many ways to use their talents to support school projects. Thank you Mrs. Mueller and Ms. DiCamillo for your enduring and inspiring work with the students of Camden Catholic!

Faculty Anniversaries* 40 Years: Jymme Szurek, Joe Gianfortune and John Kearney 30 Years: Kathy DiCamillo 25 Years: Mary Sabato 20 Years: Paula Mueller 15 Years: JoAnn Rell, Bob Cranston, Dianne Heck, Bob Pacana, Arlene Magnaye 10 Years: James Keough & Bridget Sipera *May include Diocesan service, not exclusive to CCHS

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IRISH ATHLETIC NEWS Irish Basketball Earns SJ Title & Crawford Named “Coach of the Year” Irish boys basketball captured the South Jersey Non-Public A title on March 8 with a win over St. Joe’s Metuchen while head coach Matt Crawford ’99 earned Coach of the Year honors and the team made it to the state final. This is the team’s first SJ title since 2010. Baba Ajike ’19 was named First Team All-South Jersey, Dominic Dunn ’18 named Second Team All-South Jersey and Uche Okafor ’19 received an Honorable Mention nod. Dunn also reached the 1,000 point milestone during the 2017-18 season. Assistant Coach Jim Crawford was honored by the Coaches vs. Cancer organization at their annual “Legends” event for his many contributions to the game of basketball in the Philadelphia area, first as a Big Five Hall of Fame player at LaSalle University and later as a state championship coach at CCHS for over 30 years.

At the Ivy League university she was an integral four-year contributor to the women’s basketball team, helping guide the team to a 2008 Ivy League title. She graduated ranked third in program history in games played and fourth in three pointers made, and was among a select few in program history to be selected captain for two consecutive years. She is the fourth all-time leading scorer in Camden Catholic girls’ basketball history. Matera is currently embarking on her Master’s degree in secondary education at the University of Pennsylvania.

Coach Palladino Retires, Matera ’07 Takes the Helm Longtime girls basketball coach Christine Palladino has retired from the helm of one of South Jersey’s most respected and successful programs. In her 34-year career as head coach, Palladino has led the team to 660 wins, the second highest win total in SJ girls basketball. Beyond her wins on the court, Coach “Pal” as she is known, has mentored hundreds of players over the years, many of whom have taken their talents to the next level as college players and coaches. Former player Christine Matera ’07 has been named her successor, and Palladino will remain on the coaching staff. Matera graduated from Harvard in 2011 with a degree in psychology.

“I’d like to thank Mr. Derrick Levine, Mrs. Mary Whipkey, and Mrs. Heather Crisci for this humbling opportunity to coach at my alma mater,” said Matera. “Over the last 34 years, Mrs. Palladino has built the premier student-athlete experience at Camden Catholic, which I was blessed to be a part of both as a player and assistant coach. Although it will be difficult to succeed the best coach in South Jersey history, I, along with our entire coaching staff, will look to provide continuity for our current student-athletes and wholeheartedly encourage our alumnae to remain a vital part of our program’s success.” 27


Spadaro ’18 Gains National Recognition Senior Kate Spadaro had quite the year. She was named a CHOP Ambassador for Buddy Walk 2017, was featured on 6ABC along with cheerleading teammate Jade DiSanti ’19 for not letting their disabilities hinder their participation in activities at CCHS, scored a goal in a varsity lacrosse game and was named Homecoming Queen. The icing on the cake for Spadaro’s senior year came when she gained national recognition after scoring the first basket of the game on senior night of the Irish girls basketball’s season. Spadaro has played JV and been the varsity manager for four seasons. She moved up to varsity for this special night and got every fan on their feet when she swished the team’s first bucket of the game.

Wrestling Dominates Irish wrestling kicked of their season in a historic way and didn’t look back all winter. They brought home a Virginia Duals title in the early season and their domination continued through March as they brought home the Conference, District 25, Region 7 and South Jersey titles, finished #2 in South Jersey and #17 in the state and were state finalists. Especially notable is the State Wrestling Title which University of Penn commit Lucas Revano ’19 earned at 132 lbs. In addition to Revano, Dante Monaco ’20, Cody Walsh ’20, Anthony Croce ’19 and Brandon Mooney ’20 placed in regions and competed in the NJSIAA State Wrestling Tournament. Both Croce and Revano surpassed the 100 wins mark this season as well.

Villanova’s Fr. Rob Inspires CCHS Athletes On September 17, as a part of the Catholic Athletes for Christ program, Camden Catholic hosted the first annual Athletic Communion Breakfast with Mass celebrated by Rev. Joseph Capella, Director of Catholic Identity followed by special guest speaker Rev. Rob Hagan, Associate Athletic Director and chaplain of the men’s basketball and football teams at Villanova University. Fr. Hagan spoke about keeping faith, and your relationship with God and Jesus paramount. He reminded the students, parents and coaches that despite the wins and losses, championships and records, your relationship with God, your humility and how you relate to others is the ultimate “win.” CCHS congratulates Fr. Hagan and the entire Villanova Wildcat family on another NCAA championship in 2018!

After being featured on multiple news stations and in the Courier-Post, the Harlem Globetrotters took notice. The team planned a special surprise for Kate and her teammates as they sent player Zeus McClurkin to show Kate and the Irish some signature Globetrotter tricks. Zeus also applauded the entire team for helping to lift Kate up, and to thank them for being examples of kindness and inclusion. The story was picked up by Sports Illustrated and various local and national outlets.

Signing Day 2018 Congratulations to the following student-athletes who will take their athletic talents to the next level at colleges and universities across the country:

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Shane Costello, Rutgers University-Camden, Cross Country Karlie Deeck, DeSales University, Lacrosse Saige Lyn Gidzinski, Stetson University, Lacrosse Marcus Hillman, Elon University, Football Suzanne Polashock, DeSales University, Field Hockey Jessica Rodgers, Arcadia University, Swimming Emily Wargo, Cabrini University, Softball Madeline Dutterer, Widener University, Volleyball Dominic Dunn, Susquehanna University, Basketball Julius Romero, Rider University, Swimming Joe Keller, Catholic University, Swimming Kate Deutsch, Dickinson College, Basketball Andre Tucker, Monmouth University, Football Gage Panno, Mercyhurst University, Football Madison Rooney, Cabrini University, Soccer

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IRISH ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS Shane Costello ’18 made the entire CCHS family proud when he competed in the Shore Coaches Invitational in Holmdel. Just moments away from reaching the finish line he stopped running to help another athlete who had physically collapsed. Shane helped carry him off the race course and stayed by his side until others came to assist. Shane did finish the race with a 23:16, and the Camden Catholic XC Team finished in 3rd Place in their division.

Cara Racobaldo ’14 finished her senior basketball season at Rutgers University-Camden by breaking the school’s all-time record with 503 assists. She also played defense on the Scarlet Raptors lacrosse team in the spring. Irish basketball alumni gathered for their annual post-Christmas Alumni Game

Girls Lacrosse Earns Conference Title, Make it to SJ Finals

Madeline Dutterer ’18 broke a school volleyball record this year with over 500 digs!

Irish Winter Track wins State Relay Title Richie Castaneda ’19, Matt Coffey ’19, Dennison Kelly ’19 and Ray Derman ’19.

Camille Potillo ’18 and Brynn Eilbacher ’19 scored their 100th lacrosse goals and Saige-Lyn Gidzinski ’18 scored her 200th helping to lead the Irish girls lacrosse team to a 16-3 regular season record and to the another conference title. Several players received post-season honors including All-South Jersey second team midfield for Eilbacher ’19 and honorable mention for Gidzinski ’18.

Irish Cross Country: Richard Castaneda ’19 came in first at the Ray Hoagland Invitational with his team placing second overall with five runners in the top 20. The team also finished second at the Bob Kiessling Invitational this season. Annie Miles ’19 finished 5th in the girls Hoagland race.

Brian Brown ’19 (baseball) was named to the Olympic/Colonial Carpenter Cup Team and helped the team bring home the Cup Championship at Citizen’s Bank Park. Irish Baseball installed their new scoreboard thanks to the support of alumni, friends and Irish baseball parents. They are installing new dugouts to be unveiled in the fall. Boys Lacrosse took their annual retreat to North Carolina to play high school teams down south, as well as to embark on a spiritual retreat.

Sayndia Sando ’19, Danielle Rooney ’19, Kadijah Nurudeen ’18 and Sierra DiCupe ’20 set the school record in the 800M sprint medley relay with a time of 1:51.61. Matt Coffey ’19 set the school record in the 1600 m with a run of 4:18.83 in the state tournament. Matt broke the 11-year old record held by CCHS alumnus Kevin McDonnell ’08.

Kate Deutsch ’18 reached the career milestone of 1,000 points in the CCHS girls basketball game vs Camden High.

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Class of 2022

The Family Legacy of Irish Pride

Rylee Albright with Lucas Albright ’11

Shannon Ash with Frank DiGiamarino ’58 and Sarah Ash ’10 (not pictured Mary Craig DiGiamarino ’58)

Grace Brennan with her dad Brian (Mary Louise Meyer Brennan ’43 deceased)

Kelly Campbell with Jerry Campbell ’55 and Mary Jane O'Donnell Campbell ’85 (not pictured Erin Campbell ’17 and Ryan Campbell ’16, Katherine McDermott Campbell ’55 deceased)

Ryan Davis with Michael Tahaney Davis ’63 and Nicolas Davis ’20

Jackson DiBease with Monica Atwell DiBease ’91 (not pictured Mattigan DiBease ’21)

Jenarae Dunne with Linda Steinmetz Dunne ’86

Margaret Ensell with Patrick Kennedy ’53, Anne Hartman Kennedy ’53 and Cecelia Ensell ’18

Jada Hamilton with Sheila Cortes Hamilton ’99

Mark Hendri with Aileen Ramirez Hendri ’90

Alani Hernandez with her mom Patricia Leary ’90

Devin Hughes with Sandra Black Hughes-Baczewski ’87 and Patricia Thompson Black ’58 (not pictured Nicholas Hughes ’18, Colin Hughes ’19)

Carlee Karcher with Joan Karcher Moffa ’56

David and Emily Kuhn with Frances Grimley Miller ’65

David Kursman and Joan Gregorio Decker Esham ’55

Andrew McHugh with Molly Brady McHugh ’88

Olivia Morales with Michelle Filacheck-Morales ’83 (not pictured Shane Morales ’13)

Catarina Paolini with Tom Paolini ’89, Donna Fean Paolini ’89 and Tom Paolini ’17 (not pictured Bella Paolini ’19, Anthony Paolini ’57 deceased, Barbara Forte Paolini ’59, Maria Del Palazzo Fean ’65, Daniel Fean ’64)

Giavonna and Joseph Rebilas with Leonard Rebilas ’85 and Domenica Alfonsi-Rebilas ’54

Jessica Schlegel with Christine Smith Schlegel ’89 and Frank Schlegel ’18

Emma Shannon with Brian Shannon ’87

Sadie Phillips with Molly (Mullin) ’87, Joan Fairbrother Mullin ’54, Simon ’19, Greg ’87, and Joseph ’51 Mullin

Dakota Silva with Eric Silva ’91 and Mariliza Camacho Silva ’91

Matt Wabs with Christine Chamberlin Wabs ’89

Not pictured: Daniel Becker, Patricia Moran Becker ’86, Kaeleigh Becker ’16 and Linsey Becker ’20; Susanna Cardenas and Marisol Lebron Rivera ’90, Anthony DiLorenzo and Tony DiLorenzo ’83, Julieyanna Scott and Alicia Rivera ’02, Bryce Turner and Anita Donato Rachubinski ’58.

Sean Ward and Kevin Ward ’90 (not pictured Joan Martin Ward ’58)

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Kory Williams with Craig Williams ’91 and Tracy Honey Williams ’91

Braden Wixted with Mike Madden ’63 and David Madden ’00

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Community Scholars The Class of 2018 Community Scholars are soaring to new heights! With the support of the Domenica Foundation, the Hocker Foundation and the Langan Foundation, these 15 Camden Catholic graduates have succeeded in new and exciting ways and now prepare to leave the nest of high school. Thank you to our generous donors who have helped to make the Camden Catholic experience a reality for these scholars, they have, and will continue to make, all of us very proud.

Domenica Scholarship

Welcome Freshmen Community Scholars

Pictured with Peg and Pepe Piperno and Elena Piperno of the Domenica Foundation, our 2018 graduates. The Domenica Foundation, named for Mr. Piperno’s mother, provides tuition assistance for several CCHS students, who consistently achieve great success in high school and beyond. Jada Cordero: William Patterson University Anthony Nguyen: Cornell University Hillary Peralta: Stockton University Henry Pham: Camden County College Lesley Reyes Pina: Saint Joseph’s University

HOCKER SCHOLARS ($9,800/year) Donaji Mendietta-Silva, Harry C. Sharp Middle School Daniel Dever, Christ the King Regional School Mario Feliciano, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral School Melissa Rodriguez: Villanova University Abigail Smith: Mount St. Mary’s University Reanna Torres: Rutgers University-Camden Tiffany Veliz: Rutgers University-Camden Tho Vu: Rutgers University-Camden

DOMENICA SCHOLARS ($3,500/year)

Langan-Nadell Scholarships Pictured with John Langan and Deborah Grandinetti, mentor and coordinator of the program. The class of 2018 Langan-Nadell Scholars, who are provided tuition assistance by Mr. Langan and his wife Dr. Judith Nadell, are annually selected from the Camden area, required to maintain a B-or above average, and expected to read dozens of books during summer enrichment programs. These scholars are going places! Isaiah Alvarez: Camden County College Ashley Melendez: William Patterson University Jennifer Zamora: University of Delaware Andrew Zhao: The College of New Jersey

Kayleen Accetti, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral Victor Almendros, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral Diana Caro, St. Anthony Taina Leyba, Holy Name David Lu, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral Bryan Nguyen, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral Aliyah Rojas, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral Julieyanna Scott, Holy Name Jada Thach, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral LANGAN-NADELL SCHOLARS ($10,300/year)

Hocker Scholars: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hocker established the Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation to inspire scholarship opportunities for a broad range of talented students who would benefit from the whole person education at Camden Catholic High School. The awards support the efforts of academically able students who are good citizens and who seek leadership roles in their communities. Pictured are the 2017-18 CCHS Hocker Scholars at their annual dinner at Tavistock Country Club, including graduate Julius Romero who will be attending Rider University in the fall: Julian Baier, Dennison Kelly, Nikolaus Obuchowski, Devyn Price, Colin Bauer, Brynn Levins, Annaliah Maldonado and Stephanie Vu.

Melvin Rodriguez, St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral Dominique Terrazzini, Sacred Heart-Camden Nygel Vidro, Holy Name Vicki Wang, St. Cecilia Ashley Zayas, St. Anthony

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Academic & Art Scholarships: Class of 2022 Merit Scholarships

Class of 2022 earns $92,500 in Merit Scholarships

Pictured at the annual President’s Reception with current Merit Scholars are Principal Heather Crisci and President Mary Whipkey. Listed by Name, Grammar School and Hometown Presidential $7,500 Robert Gardner Homeschool Trustee $6,500 Michael Alvarez Grace Brennan Rocco Giegerich Gianna Miller Michael Rodriguez Emerald $5,000 Ryan Davis Anne Magrino Emily Mai Emma Shannon Cathedral $3,000 Dean Damato Alicia Garlic Caitlyn Janco Angelica Rivera

St. Teresa Guardian Angels St. Mary of the Lakes Collingswood Middle School Pope John Paul II

Williamstown Middle School Haddon Heights Jr High Resurrection Catholic School Christ the King Regional

Our Lady of Good Counsel Harrington Middle School St. Margaret St. Cecilia

Haddon Heights

Sicklerville Woolwich Twp. Tabernacle Collingswood Willingboro

Williamstown Haddon Heights Pennsauken Collingswood

Mount Laurel Mount Laurel Deptford Camden

Sister Mary $2,000 Nicoletta Del Re St. Joan of Arc Cherry Hill Isabella Diaz Resurrection Catholic School Cherry Hill Leah DiRenzo Hammonton Middle School Hammonton

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Sister Mary $2,000 (continued) Lilly Ruske St. Mary Vineland Emma Tomczynski St. Paul

Vineland Burlington

Green & White $1,000 Taylor Megee St. Peter

Haddon Township

Arts Scholarships Prospective students interested in pursuing an arts-based curriculum are invited to audition their talents for consideration of an Arts Scholarship. Awards ranging from $500 to $2,000 are granted in a variety of disciplines. Listed by Name, Grammar School and Hometown Band Nate Donnelly Hope Elgart Robert Gardner

Berlin Community School St. Rose of Lima Homeschool

Berlin Haddonfield Haddon Heights

Choir Gianna Miller Leanna Hobbs Isabella Martinez Zoey Schaeffer

Collingswood Middle School Our Lady of Perpetual Help Kingsway Middle School St. Joan of Arc

Collingswood Pennsauken Swedesboro Lumberton

Fine Arts Emily Mai Harrison Gueiss

Resurrection Catholic School Pennsauken Resurrection Catholic School Cherry Hill

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Alumni & Friends Named Scholarships: Class of 2022 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 Charles & Mary Saile Legacy Scholarship - $3,600/year Christian Caminotti Sacred Heart-Mt. Holly Hainesport Nigel Vandergrift St. John Paul II Lindenwold

8th Grade Alma Mater Awards The 8th Grade Alma Mater Awards are granted to incoming students to cover the cost of their freshman year books. This year 41 members of the class of 2022 will receive the award.

Sister Philomena Scholarship - $2,500/year Jackson DiBease St. Peter Merchantville Daniel O’Malley Delanco Middle School Delanco Payton Koss Collingswood Middle School Collingswood

Kayleen Accetti Shannon Ash Lindsay Bednarek Tionna Blalock Grace Brennan Susana Cardenas Diana Caro Isaac Cleveland Ryan Davis Domenic DeStefano Belloh Doe-Williams Jenarae Dunne Brianna Dutterer Emily Gallagher Rocco Giegerich Paola Guzman Jada Hamilton Joshua Hayes Deacon Houston Alyssa Irwin Carolyn Janco Payton Koss David Kuhn Mary Lambrechts Taina Leyba Olivia Maslin Lana Matthews Alexander McCafferty Andrew McHugh Catarina Paolini Olivia Pawlow Kelsie Richards Michael Rodriguez Dakota Silva Trey Thorpe Gabriel Tillman James-Edward Toles Nigel Vandergrift Riley White Kayla Williams Kory Williams

Monsignor Devlin Scholarship - $2,500/year Joseph Rebilas Our Lady of Perpetual Help Pennsauken Giavonna Rebilas Our Lady of Perpetual Help Pennsauken Tom Kenney Scholarship - $1,000-$3,000/year William Clewell Our Lady of Good Counsel Mount Laurel Zy’Aire Tart KIPP Lanning Square Middle School Trey Thorpe Carusi Middle School Cherry Hill Shawn Cullen Carusi Middle School Cherry Hill Paul C. Azores Memorial Scholarship - $1,000 for one year David Kursman St. Peter Pennsauken John Oakes Memorial Scholarship - $1,000 for one year Carolyn Janco St. Margaret Deptford Sisters of Mercy Scholarship - $1,000-1,500/year Rhiana Jackson Winslow Twp. Middle Sicklerville Ronald Jackson Winslow Twp. Middle Sicklerville Tionna Blalock St. Charles Borromeo Pennsauken Alani Hernandez Maple Shade Jr/Sr High Sch. Maple Shade Jameer Pinkney John Paul II Lindenwold Shawn Harris Kingsway Middle School Woolwich Twp. 1887 Scholarships - $1,000/year Kelly Campbell Carusi Middle School William Clewell Our Lady of Good Counsel Branden Clark Resurrection Catholic School Nicoletta Del Re St. Joan of Arc Nathan Donnelly Berlin Community School Hope Elgart St. Rose of Lima Devin Hughes Resurrection Catholic School Sarah Johnson Resurrection Catholic School Carolyn Janco St. Margaret Anna Wills Our Lady of Mount Carmel

Cherry Hill Mount Laurel Cherry Hill Cherry Hill Berlin Haddonfield Pennsauken Pennsauken Deptford Berlin

McDermott Family Scholarship - $4,000/Four Years Zy'Aire Tart KIPP Lanning Square Middle School Naya Jolly KIPP Lanning Sq. Mid. Sch. Camden John L. Pund Sr. Memorial Scholarship - $500 for one year Olivia Maslin Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle West Berlin

St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral School Good Shepherd Regional School Riverton School St. Charles Borromeo School Guardian Angels Regional School St. Cecilia School St. Anthony of Padua School Samuel Ridgway Middle School Williamstown Middle School Christ the King Regional School Sacred Heart School, Mount Holly Our Lady of Hope Regional School Gibbsboro Elementary School Glen Landing Middle School St. Mary of the Lakes School St. Joseph Pro-Cathedral School St. Peter School Sacred Heart School, Camden Beck Middle School Resurrection Catholic School St. Margaret Regional School Collingswood Middle School St. Peter School Medford Memorial Middle School Holy Name School Dwight D. Eisenhower Middle School Howard Phifer Middle School St. Teresa Regional School Rosa International Middle School Berlin Community School Our Lady of Perpetual Help School St. Paul School Pope John Paul II Regional School Ann Mullen Middle School Carusi Middle School Harrington Middle School Holy Angels Catholic School St. John Paul II Regional School St. Rose of Lima School St. Joan of Arc School Resurrection Catholic School

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Alumni & Student News Share your personal and professional news with fellow alumni! Send updates to Kate Bieg: kate.bieg@camdencatholic.org. Visit www.camdencatholic.org/alumni to complete the Alumni Contact Information Update form.

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Marie Collier Wilmot asks that any remaining members of the class of ‘46 call her at 856-456-6646. Emma Darpino is proud to announce she is now a great-grandmother (or G-Nana)! Her great-grandson’s name is Jameson Ryan Darpino.

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Josephine Cheeseman’s husband passed away in 1970, and she retired from Marian University in 1999. She had a bad fall in September of 2016, is unable to walk, and now resides in St. Augustine’s Home (Little Sisters of the Poor). She currently has 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren!

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Marie Pagliaro Shreves is very excited that her granddaughter Jenna Secouler is a freshman at La Salle University having received academic scholarship into the five year Honors Program.

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Carolyn Shute Eïcholtz passed away in December 2016. Dolores Mecca Bendorf says that the class of 1961 hopes to have a gathering in the spring of 2018 to celebrate most of us reaching 75 years young! Elsie Hak Judge was lucky enough to have traveled to the Holy Land in April, 2018.

Scholarship Awarded Senior Caitlin Haas was awarded the Bobby Fulton Memorial Scholarship. She is attending Lehigh University next year and will major in engineering. This scholarship provides her with $10,000 per year for her four years of college.

Mary Devine Colangelo passed away on November 26, 2017. She always loved looking back on her wonderful high school years.

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Jack and Ginger Corbett just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and have seven grandchildren and three happily married children -- which Jack says helps him improve his golf game! He is also V.P. at Brown & Brown and loves his work and environment at the office, which is hard to top! Several members of the class gather on the fourth Wednesday of each month to volunteer at the Cathedral Kitchen in Camden. All class members are welcome. A message from volunteer coordinator Rich DiLullo: dilullr@comcast.net. Rich says “if you are retired and have spare time, what better way to support the community then by volunteering at the CK? You will have the opportunity to see how grateful and thankful the guests are for your support. You also get the added bonus of spending some time with your former classmates commiserating about the aches and pains of old age and the joys of taking care of the grandkids. If that is not appealing to you then how about sending them a few dollars. I can assure you that your donation will be well spent. There is nothing wasted at the CK and the guests are extremely grateful.”

Mary Lou McCarthy Venella says, “In addition to eight children and ten grandchildren, we now have two great-grandchildren: Harper Nell and Adi Jeanne. They are such a joy to us!”

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Mary Puzzutiello McClaine wrote to President Trump and asked him to build his presidential library in upstate New York. She has visited the Carter Library and Rev. King’s Gravesite, too!

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Florence Hoch Hopkins and her husband Bob retired to an Independent Living Facility in Raleigh, North Carolina. Gertrude (Maier) Marcozzi passed away on August 13, 2017.

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Pat “Dooley” Fennimore and her husband Bob celebrated 60 years of marriage on January 11, 2018. Marge Kenney says, “Cookie (1954) is alive and well and still golfing!’’ 34

Future Medical Leader Zachary Toles ’20 represented Camden Catholic High School at the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston in June. Zachary had the opportunity to watch live surgery, meet with medical school academic leaders, and work with prestigious medical professionals who have won the Nobel Prize and the Presidential National Medal of Science.

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Patricia DePersia-Westerfer says, “I am enjoying retirement, 10 years after a teaching career. I have connected with many classmates via the internet, and I am looking forward to our next reunion in 2019!”

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Pat Lynch Weber retired from Cherry Hill West High School security in 2011.

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Dr. John McInerney is currently independently practicing psychology. John Diepold is happy to announce the publication of his latest book (January 2018) in the field of clinical psychology, Heart Assisted Therapy: Integrating heart energy to facilitate emotional health, healing, and performance enhancement. While this book is written primarily for licensed clinicians, there are chapters that are appropriate for non-clinicians in learning to use HAT self-regulation protocols.

Model UN Honorable Mention CCHS Model UN Team members Jules Baier ’19 and Lucy Fischer ’21 earned “Honorable Mention” and “Outstanding Delegate,” respectively, during the Eastern competition. The team competed at several competitions this year, with several team members earning recognition.

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Patricia J. Pawlak announced that she has completed filming the documentary feature, Inglewood Morning Sessions with NBA star Paul Pierce from the Celtics and LA Clippers. Patricia has been a Vice President of International Distribution and Production for over 20 years, attending such festival and markets as Cannes, Berlin, London, Tokyo, Shanghai, AFM, MIPTV, Hong Kong FilmMart, MIPCOM and MIPASIA. She has been involved in all phases of production in her capacity as VP from greenlighting features, hiring writers, raising funds through presales and co-productions, arranging post, creating campaigns for the film she distributed and negotiating the contracts.

Joseph Dolchan is enjoying his second year of retirement in Kentucky by taking care of his wife, farm, and 30 cows. Carol Lanza Mayer is happily married with two children. She is an art teacher and her husband, Gerard Mayer, is an electrical engineer in defense research.

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John Altadonna is counting down the days to retirement . . . only ten months and six days to go! Mary F. Platt, Esquire, Fineman Krekstein & Harris, PC, became the Chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, which includes 12,000 members and is the oldest association of lawyers in the United States.

Winners of the African American History Month Poetry contest were: 1st placeZachary Toles ’20, 2nd place- Mya Whiles ’20, and 3rd place- Madison Stow ’21. Students received a certificate and gift card. The first place poem was also published in The Emerald literary magazine.

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Lou Marshall continues to serve as an assistant coach of the Camden Catholic baseball team. Lou hosted the annual equipment drive for North Camden Little League in June.

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Dena Querubin-Blizzard teamed up with a group of fellow female artists to create Ladies Out Loud, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching high school-aged girls speaking tools through the arts.

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Lt. Colonel Thomas Grace, USMC, is currently assigned to the Southern Command in Doral, Florida. Audrey DiCianno, educational program specialist in the Camden City School District, collaborated with CCHS students to do a Read Across America Book Donation Drive for Camden Preschoolers throughout the month of March.

Spanish Honors Students Get Creative Spanish II Honors students created final papers with a creative accompaniment. Some students danced (tango, salsa), others spoke as a historical figure Justin Seo spoke as Pope Francis with the help of Father Joseph Capella (and even learned some phrases in Latin to recite), students wrote about food in various countries, prepared culinary specialties, and built pyramids. Pictured here are re-creations by our students of famous artworks by Spanish artists.

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Patrice Danielle Veronica Dorrall is the founder of two schools in Minnesota with the second, LoveWorks Academy now in its 14th year of operation. “For the last six years I have lived in Rwanda, Africa. I am the only African American Principal in the entire country. I lead White Dove Global Prep and champion for the education of the girl child. In 2009 and 2010 I also worked and lived in Ghana at the Hardthaven Orphanage in the Volta Region and taught English in a village school. There is a whole lot of good that came out of the class of 1988. Thanks to Camden Catholic for being a part of my life journey.”

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John Dulczak was recently named to The Philadelphia Business Journal “Top 40 Under 40 Business Leaders”. “It was a big professional accomplishment for me that would never have been possible without Camden Catholic,” John says. He is the chairman and CEO of Labor First.

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Student Leader Ambassador Selected Caroline Troise ’21 was selected as an Alex’s Lemonade Student Leader Ambassador. Caroline will be one of 50 high school students attending a Villanova leadership program this summer. Over 400 students applied for this role.

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Daniel Grace is a Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration assigned to the Dallas, Texas Field Office.

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Students Compete in Math “Owlympiad” Students Billy Chen, Vincent Pan, Charles Huang, Grace Martorano, Sarah Dunn, Dakota Schmidt, Tom Juliano and Patrick Hu competed in the “Owlympiad” Math Competition at Temple University this May.

Michael McNabb and his wife Tammy welcomed their son Alister James McNabb to the world in November of this year. In September Michael’s first jewelry collection for Bond Hardware had its premiere in The Blond’s fashion show, part of New York Fashion Week. Angelika (Delimaris) Mindala and her husband John J. Mindala II welcomed a healthy baby boy, John J. Mindala III on April 10, 2018.

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Colleen Bianco Bezich and her husband Anthony were able to experience the Eagles Super Bowl season up close and personal. Their film production company, Five Story Media, has been working with the Eagles for a few years now, filming special projects for the team. They were on the sidelines for the NFC Championship game and documented the Super Bowl Victory Parade in February.

Kelly Ann Grace, MSW MSJ LCSW is a social worker for the Greeley Colorado School District. Kelly was most recently employed for four years by the Yellowstone/Carbon County Special Services District, Laurel, Montana in the same capacity. Elisa Gonzalez is currently the Financial Services Manager for State Employees Credit Union of North Carolina.

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AviElle' Watkins and her husband became first-time parents to Everett Alexander Hopkins on July 7, 2017.

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Luis Gaitan was the inspiration behind Zap!, a children’s book by Martha Freeman. Zap! tells the story of a young boy and his friend who help to save their hometown after a power failure almost ruins the city. Gaitan grew up in Camden, earned his undergraduate degree from Villanova and graduate degree in engineering from Rowan. He also served in the US Navy in Afghanistan. His colorful and lively childhood, as well as his tenacity, was the inspiration for the book.

What class will win Irish Giving Day 2019?

Congratulations to the Class of 1957 for raising their percentage of donations to 9.8%. Every dollar makes a difference.

Save the date: March 15, 2019 Text CCHS to 41444 to donate

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Alumni & Student News

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Alison Lusardi and her father Dave ’72 opened Chloe’s Créme Puffs in Pitman. They’ve been lauded for offering some of the most delicious treats in the area, including cream puffs, cupcakes, fruit crisps, loaf cakes and biscotti. Visit them at 7 East Holly Ave in Pitman.

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Nick Xerri recently passed his qualifying exam and has officially been accepted as a Ph.D candidate in the School of Molecular Biosciences at UT- Austin where he is pursuing his doctorate in microbiology.

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Danielle Laudisio earned Dean’s List honors at Loyola University Maryland Everett Minchew earned Dean’s List honors at The University of Scranton. Megan Kilpatrick was named to the President’s List at Coastal Carolina University. Amanda Byrne was named to the Dean’s List at Stonehill College.

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Tracey Cadogan graduated George Mason University with a BS in Biology, and currently works as a chiropractic assistant and plans to go to physician assistant school.

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Grace Xerri received her Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration & Leadership from Drexel University (‘17). She was recently named the Rome Start Program Coordinator at Loyola University Chicago John Felice Rome Center. She has resided in Rome for the past six years.

Erika Ward has been awarded the Henry Richardson Labouisse ’26 Prize at Princeton University to pursue international civic engagement projects for one year following graduation. Erika, a Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs major, will help expand services for children with disabilities in the Cusco region of Peru.

Morgan Dwyer was featured in the Rutgers Camden magazine for her groundbreaking research with Professor Kwangwon Lee. She interned in Lee’s lab over the summer, helping him with research using fungus to study circadian rhythms with the goal of helping to enhance the quality of human sleep. She earned a fellowship funded by Sandy Stewart, a 1981 Rutgers graduate. Stewart’s funding is helping Rutgers to expand its research and to educate students in STEM fields whose research and careers will impact people all over the world. 38

Jonathan Daverso, Kathleen Petrucelli and Kelly O’Brien were named to the Dean’s List at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Kathleen was inducted into FDU's Phi Zeta Kappa honor society. Nick Troise and Ethan Howe were recognized at the Rowan University Unify Banquet. Unify is a Rowan student volunteer led athletic program held in the fall and winter months to encourage special needs teens and young adults in the region to participate in the team sports of soccer and basketball. Nick was congratulated for being Coach of the Year 2017-18 and Ethan was congratulated for his new role on the Rowan student executive board for Unify for 2018-19.

Forensic Phenom Emma Tomczynski ’22, and her classmate from St. Paul School, Burlington, won First Place in the state in Forensic Technology at the Technology Student Association competition. They traveled to the National Competition in Atlanta over the summer where they placed in the top 10 nationally.

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Jacey Ludlam traveled abroad to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for Cedar Crest College's Carmen Twillie Ambar Sophomore Expedition. The Sophomore Expedition is a unique program that allows every sophomore who is in good academic and judicial standing to study abroad during spring break at no extra cost.

Communication Students Visit the Big Apple Senior members of Green & White and Mr. Bruckner's Communications students visited New York City in December. The Green & White students enjoyed a tour of the Bloomberg offices and visits with alumna & COO of Bloomberg Beth Mazzeo ’77, alumnus & business development executive Shane Whipkey ’05 and alumnus and video editor Grant Hutchinson ’08. The communications students toured the Paley Center for Media and NBC Studios.

Kevin Watkins Jr.is now a proud member of the U.S. Coast Guard serving on the USCGC Oak out of Newport, RI as a Culinary Specialist (CS).

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Lauren O’Callaghan earned Dean’s List honors at The University of Scranton. Shannon Ward earned Dean’s List honors at Loyola University Maryland. Audrey Morgan earned Dean’s List honors at Delaware Valley University. Antoinette Gentekos and Andrew Bank earned Dean’s List honors at the University of Delaware.

Special Citation Awarded

Students Support Follicle Fundraiser for Good Cause CCHS students grew beards and raised funds for the Adam Taliaferro Foundation during the month of January. Mr. Taliaferro joined the students for an assembly in February to speak with them about the importance of giving back and how the Taliaferro Foundation supports those suffering from spinal cord injuries.

On October 19, senior Maureen Dymond was awarded a special citation from the Camden County Board of Freeholders for her community service, academic accomplishments and leadership achievements.

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Alumni:

The Class of 2014: Four Years Later

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

Kerry Arone TEMPLE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in sport and recreation management POST-GRADUATION: continue education at Temple University for graduate studies

Ryan Bank

ST. JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting with a minor in business intelligence and analytics POST-GRADUATION: St. Joseph’s MBA program with the hope of working full time at PricewaterhouseCoopers, where he has an internship this summer

Bradly Maine

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY – will graduate in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in finance with a minor in economics POST-GRADUATION: internship at Sterling National Bank in New York City

Stuart Matznick

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY – will

graduate in 2020

Jason Murzello Connor Becker

MONMOUTH UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in biology with a concentration in molecular cell physiology POST-GRADUATION: Thomas Jefferson College of Pharmacy – Pharm D

Caroline Burns

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, CAMDEN – Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology with a minor in childhood studies POST-GRADUATION: pursue a graduate degree and employment

Abigail Camden

AGNES SCOTT COLLEGE – Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology, minor in studio art POST-GRADUATION: PhD program in clinical psychology at the University of Missouri, St. Louis

NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY – Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering POST-GRADUATION: employment at a Tesla dealership servicing cars while pursuing a master’s degree in electrical engineering – hopes to obtain an engineering position in the automotive industry after gaining experience working at Tesla

Federica Negri

CA’FOSCARI UNIVERSITY OF VENICE – bachelor’s degree in Chinese POST-GRADUATION: pursue a master’s degree in marketing and communication in Milan, Italy and spend summers abroad in China in order to practice the language

Richard Ormsby Victoria Flood

MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY AND HEALTH SCIENCES – will graduate in May 2020 with a doctorate in pharmacy POST-GRADUATION: applying for fellowships to work in the pharmaceutical industry, or a career in retail pharmacy

Ameerah Fussell

UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE – Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology POST-GRADUATION: attend graduate school for master’s degree in social work

Kyla Granroth

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY – will graduate in December 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice POST-GRADUATION: career in the corrections field

Nicholas Grant

LASALLE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in business administration (finance/management & leadership) POST-GRADUATION: has accepted a full time position as a preferred service analyst with SEI Investments in Oaks, PA

Liz Hoover

STOCKTON UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in hospitality and tourism management POST-GRADUATION: has accepted a full time position with The Hyatt Hotel Corporation

Kendall Hulsey RUTGERS UNIVERSITY, CAMDEN– will graduate in 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in history POST-GRADUATION: currently a teacher’s assistant at a Y.A.L.E. school, with future plans to earn all teaching certifications in order to become a world civilization and European history professor Cole Janowsky

ST. JOSEPH’S UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in food marketing and accounting (double major) POST-GRADUATION: begin career at MARS Incorporated while enrolled in St. Joseph’s MBA program

MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in filmmaking POST-GRADUATION: pursue a career in screenwriting and development in Los Angeles

Daniel Piliro

RIZZIERI SCHOOL OF HEALING ARTS (2015) POST-GRADUATION: employed at Hand and Stone Spa in Delran – hopes to become a lead therapist

Nicole Sanchirico THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON – Bachelor of Arts degree in exercise science POST-GRADUATION: continue at The University of Scranton in the Doctor of Physical Therapy graduate program

Samantha Smith-Beavers

UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND – Bachelor of Science degree in health studies POST-GRADUATION: taking a gap year before applying to accelerated nursing programs in the South Jersey/Phila. area

Caroline Thomas FLAGLER COLLEGE in St. Augustine, FL – Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology POST-GRADUATION: plans to attend graduate school after traveling abroad Tara Vittese

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA – Bachelor of Arts degree in anthropology POST-GRADUATION: playing for the US Women’s National Field Hockey Team alongside sisters Michelle and Carissa

Erika Ward

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Arts degree in international relations POST-GRADUATION: won Princeton’s Labouisse Fellowship that awarded $30,000 to design a post-graduate fellowship in the field of public service and humanitarian relief – will travel to Cuzco, Peru for a year to work on human rights initiatives to improve the lives and opportunities available for people with disabilities. Erika intends to pursue a graduate degree in international development and disabilities studies, after the fellowship, in order to continue to travel and pursue a degree in disability-inclusive development.

Jacqueline Lynch

ROWAN UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Science degree in biological sciences POST-GRADUATION: will graduate in 2020 from Drexel University’s Master of Laboratory Animal Science program after which she plans on applying to veterinary school

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Tian Yu Wong

BOSTON UNIVERSITY – Bachelor of Arts degree in finance POST-GRADUATION: attending Columbia University’s Master of Applied Analytics Program

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IN MEMORIAM May the souls of our dear alumni and faculty who have gone home to God this year, rest in peace. Each day is a step we make towards eternity and we shall continue thus to step from day to day until we take the last step, which will bring us into the presence of God. – Mother Catherine McAuley, Foundress, Sisters of Mercy 1935 Marian Traut Neale 1936 Mary Mahoney Moore Susan T. Visconti 1938 Anne Fredrick Speas 1939 Caroline Lawmaster Daisey 1941 Alice Manning Guaglianone 1942 Mary McLarney Kerley 1943 C. Teresita Forebaugh Philip A. Valvardi, Jr. 1944 Edith Spahn Mills 1945 Mary Minardi Marrone 1946 Sara Doyle Blackburn Jean McAndrew Medio Agnes Leshinski Benesch Miller Magdalene Wunsch Ryan Rosemary McLaughlin Scherle 1947 Gertrude Vagliani Cavallo Joseph Thomas LaCasse Gennaro Leone Casmiera Markiewicz-Wetzel 1948 Kenneth Ittershagen Madeline Frank Lord Mildred Mitchell Reilly William Stuhltrager

1949 Mary Devine Colangelo Joan Muldoon Coulborn Mary Joan LaCasse Devitt Carmella Troncone Italiano Patricia Dalton Sawn

1957 Lenora Cirucci Annibale Rita Ranoldo Baptiste Chubb Anthony J. Paolini, Sr. Patricia Dolan Powers

1950 Thomas J. Barry Dr. Hugh H. Carberry Claire Cunningham Wesolowski

1958 Mary Ann Lochonic DiPatri Lyn Clarke Kelly Jean Puzzutiello Rose Ragone Sciarra

1951 Bernice Cummings Nowland Anne Leonardi Schetter Michael R. Scian, Sr.

1959 Louise Mary Kay Griffiths Barbara Seeman McFadden Kathleen Farsaci Zippilli

1952 Anne Ferrante Joseph Illuminatti Don McComb Barbara Beckett Posch Joseph Reynolds Mary A. Saldutti Paul J. Truran

1960 Richard C. Francesconi, Sr.

1953 Mary Alesandrini Doganiero Elsie Bonner Dunne Gertrude Maier Marcozzi Margaret Vaughan Reagle 1954 William “Bill” Barton Rachelle Bourgeois Griffin Angela Puzzutiello Rizzo

1961 Joyce Foulke Burke Janice Valdez Carr 1962 Joan Longworth Hillier 1963 Monica Overstreet Grieves Daniel “Dan” McElroy Mary Ann Reader Anita Latini Reppucci Norma Pestritto Salerno 1964 Judith Zimmerman Jamison

1968 Daniel “Danny” Beckett Dr. Robert W. Bottinelli 1969 James “Jim” Mayfield 1970 Cecelia Botcheos Williams 1971 Michael A. Angelini, Sr. Neil McPeak Robert A. Petronogolo 1972 Douglas E. Johnson Joseph Nardelli Gerry Stepney 1974 Judith Battagliese Kehley 1978 Rita M. Nardi 1987 Colleen Brownell L. Andrew “Andy” McLaughlin 1994 Steve Chavarria 2014 Julian A. Inverso

Former Faculty and Staff 1955 Joy Cucurullo Lawmaster Natalie Russo Ferri Daniel A. Folcher Delbert “Del” Kehner Francis “Frank” Schmidt, Sr. 1956 Carmine “Carmen” DeLuca John “Jack” McKeaney

1965 John P. Bader Robert “Bob” Brown James W. Dean Paul A. DelDuca Maria Rybacki Gross Lorraine Vilary Nackord

Rev. Arthur Anderson Janet Carr Repkoe

1966 Ellen McCarron Mitchell

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Class Reunions

2017-18 Reunions Hosted

THE CLASS OF 1949

hosted their annual reunion at the Pennsauken Country Club on September 15, 2017. This is annually held on the third Friday of September at the same place, as long as enough classmates and spouses can attend.

THE CLASS OF 1962

celebrated its 55th Reunion on September 17th at Tavistock Country Club.

THE CLASS OF 1952

hosted their 65th and final formal reunion on October 5, 2017 where Hollis Wineland really got into the Irish spirit (pictured). The class gathered at St. Joan of Arc in Marlton for Mass followed by a luncheon at Indian Spring Country Club. Class contacts: Ann Pavlovich Sauer 856-939-5284 or Ed O’Brien 609-877-0114.

THE CLASS OF 1956

meets monthly for lunch at the Tap Room in Haddon Township, in addition to their annual May meeting at The Crab Trap. The class also was in attendance at the induction of classmate Major General James McIntosh into the Camden Catholic Hall of Fame in April.

THE CLASS OF 1957

hosted their 60th reunion October 17 – 18 at The Claridge Hotel, Atlantic City. Over 50 classmates were in attendance and with spouses, approximately 75 total guests celebrated this momentous occasion.

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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THE CLASS OF 1967

50th Reunion took place on September 16, 2017 at the Double Tree Guest Suites. Class contact Grace Evans gevans49@yahoo.com or 856-905-8996.

THE CLASS OF 1977

hosted their 40th Reunion on November 11 at Crown Plaza Cherry Hill. Link up with fellow classmates on the Class of 1977 Facebook page.

THE CLASS OF 1987

hosted their 30 Year Reunion on November 17th at Pinsetters. Class contact Steve Boone 215-768-8014.

THE CLASS OF 1972

held its 45th Reunion on Saturday, November 25, 2017 at Pennsauken Country Club. Please contact Susan Schmidt Bagocius for more information: 856-905-8015.

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Class Reunions

THE CLASS OF 1992

held its 25th reunion on November 25, 2017 at the Farm & Fisherman. Class contacts: Tina Caputi Kennevan at kennevans@yahoo.com or Charles Maimone at cmaimone@comcast.net.

THE CLASS OF 1997

hosted its 20th reunion on October 21, 2017 at the Tap Room in Haddon Township. Visit the Camden Catholic Class of 1997 Facebook page for updated information.

THE CLASS OF 2002

hosted its 15th reunion on November 25, 2017 at Pinsetters in Pennsauken. Class contact Maureen Henderson D’Adamo: maureen2484@gmail.com.

THE CLASS OF 2007

hosted its 10th reunion on December 29 at the Taproom in Haddonfield. Visit the class Facebook page to stay updated on class news or contact Allison Lane: allison_lane1@yahoo.com or Jess Webster: Jess2471@comcast.net.

THE CLASS OF 2012

hosted its fifth reunion on October 7, 2017 at the Whistlers Inn in Cinnaminson. Class contacts Marissa Wolfe at Marissawolfe93@gmail.com or Ting Pan at tingpan88@gmail.com.

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Class Reunions 2018-19 Classes of 1943 and Prior: 75+ Year Reunion Mass with Bishop Sullivan Monday, September 24 at 8:30 a.m. at Camden Catholic High School Mrs. Mary Whipkey, President of Camden Catholic High School, cordially invites all graduates from the years 1943 and prior, to join the Camden Catholic student body for Mass celebrated by Bishop Dennis Sullivan, Diocese of Camden. Mass will be followed by a breakfast. RSVP jennifer.vanes@camdencatholic.org or call 856-663-2247 ext. 133.

Class of 1953 Celebrating 65 Years! The Class of 1953 is planning it's 65 year reunion on Thursday, September 20, 2018 at the Tap Room in Haddon Township from 12 to 4 p.m. The following committee members can be contacted for details or to say hello: Pat and Anne (Hartman) Kennedy patandanne7@comcast.net, 856-382-7789; Joe Howard jphow1@verizon.net, 856-429-6309; Jack Sentman jrsentman@yahoo.com, 856-546-6280.

Class of 1958 Celebrating 60 Years! Please join us for our 60th reunion at the Grand Hotel in Cape May from October 23rd to the 25th. Two nights deluxe accomodations, Tuesday – Thursday: hospitality room for the entire time, breakfast Wednesday and Thursday, Wednesday cocktail party (cash bar) hors d’oeuvres, buffet dinner, ice cream bar, hospitality room. Package rates per person, including tax: $450.00 Single Occupancy, $285.00 Double Occupancy, $245.00 Triple Occupancy. One night deluxe accommodations, Wednesday – Thursday: breakfast Thursday, buffet dinner, Wednesday cocktail party (cash bar) hors d’eouvres ice cream bar, hospitality room. Package rates per person, including tax: $290.00 Single Occupancy, $195.00 Double Occupancy, $172.00 Triple Occupancy. Banquet only: $80.00 per person. Please contact either Bonnie Chance Deery at deery59@gmail.com or Harry Neidig at skipneidig@gmail.com. The deadline is September 10th.

The Class of 1959 Gathers Monthly Monthly breakfast will be hosted at the Metro Diner on Route 130 Northbound at 10:00 on the last Wednesday of the month (next one August 29, 2018). Open to all “59ers” as well as the mates and dates.

Class of 1963 Celebrating 55 Years! Cocktail Party and Reception from 6 to 10 pm, Friday October 12 at the Kove Restaurant, 20 West Atlantic Ave. in Audubon, NJ. The event will feature a food station buffet, free soft drinks, a cash bar and dancing to the Bob Campanel Trio, which provided a spark of energy at the 50th Reunion. Tickets are $50 per person. A block of rooms is being arranged at the nearby Holiday Inn, Route 70 in Cherry Hill. Event and reservation information is available at www.cchsclassof1963.com or by emailing cchs63reunion@gmail.com. Come make new memories and share old ones!

THE CLASS OF 1968 CELEBRATING 50 YEARS! Saturday, October 27 2018, 6:30-10:30PM at Merchantville Country Club (501 Chapel Ave, Cherry Hill) The 1968 Reunion Committee needs the following information from classmates: mailing address, email address and phone number. Please send to cchsreunion1968@gmail.com and include contact information on additional classmates you may keep in touch with and a more detailed follow up will be provided once we hear from you.

Class of 1973 Celebrating 45 Years! Can you believe it has been 45 years since high school?! Saturday October 20th 7-11 pm at the newly remodeled CCHS Dining Hall, 300 Cuthbert Blvd, Cherry Hill NJ. Cost- $45 per person includes Dinner Buffet, DJ, Raffles & Cash Bar. RSVP by September 10th- (advanced paid reservations only) Send check made out to CCHS Class of ’73 to Gloria Maccaroni, 370 Tappan Road Norwood NJ 07648. And, spread the word!!! Those who attended our 40th will tell you what a blast it was! Group rate hotel info available upon request. Please send us any updates to your email and your home address so not to miss out. Please send to : Adriana Signoretta- Kerin at askerin@gmail.com, or Gloria Maccaroni at gloria.maccaroni@verizon.net.

Class of 1983 Celebrating 35 Years! SAVE THE DATE! Saturday, November 24th, 2018, 7 p.m. at Pinsetters Bar & Bowl, 7111 Maple Avenue, Merchantville. More details coming soon. Class contact Diane Wasyluk Iardella <njjeepgirl@gmail.com> or call 302-750-1802.

Class of 1998 Celebrating 20 Years! The Class of ’98 is planning a 20 year reunion for Thanksgiving weekend 2018. Email Kate Bieg: kate.bieg@camdencatholic.org to be added to the email list, and refer to the class Facebook page for event updates: CCHS Class of ’98.

Class of 2008 Celebrating 10 Years! The 2008 Reunion will be at The Tap Room, Hadden Township on November 23 at 6 p.m. Tickets include 2 drinks and appetizers and can be purchased at the door. RSVP to cchs10year@gmail.com. Ticket price will be determined by number of guests.

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757 Total Enrollment

180 44 Number of incoming freshmen registered in the class of 2022

Student Demographic by County

$246,000 Camden County Burlington County Gloucester County International Other

70% 23% 5% 7% 1%

Total distributed in Merit & Performing Arts Scholarships*

Number of Link Crew Leaders

(freshman orientation guides and quick best friends for our new students)

38%

60%

Students come from Catholic Elementary Schools 40% from public, private charter, international, & home schools

19,806 Number of service hours completed by CCHS students this year, alone!

252,094 Number of service total hours

Faculty Members 50% hold Advanced Degrees 15 Alumni Faculty

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13 26 AP Courses

Honors Courses

$650,752

*to the classes of 2018-21

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Merit Scholarships totaling $88,000

State of the School Whether you graduated five or fifty 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 2017-18 academic year.

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Service Hours required to graduate

since the “Serving to Learn, Learning to Serve” program was initiated in 2005

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Annual Tuition

In Scholarship Aid of CCHS students earn is from donors who restrict financial aid totaling their Annual Fund $340,000 annually donations for tuition aid

9

Performing Arts Scholarships earned by members of the class of 2022 totaling $6,500

$10,300

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Varsity Sports 62% of students are Fighting Irish Athletes 15 Members of the Class of 2018 committed to play in college

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International Students (2017-18) 32 Live in the Nazareth House Dormitory 17 Resided with local host families International students hail from China, Korea, Vietnam, Germany, Nigeria, Norway, Egypt

50%

earned by members of the class of 2022 who scored 90 or above on the High School Placement Test and who were interviewed by an admissions panel

119

Current students are CCHS legacies (parents and/or grandparents are alumni)

Class of

2018 27 NJ Stars 98.4% College Acceptance

599

of students are involved in the Arts at CCHS

Scholarships & Grants Received Totaling $26 Million

100%

Attending

of students participate in extra-curricular activities

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A Letter from the President & Principal

Dear Friends: At this year’s Baccalaureate Mass for the class of

Mary Whipkey President

Heather Crisci Principal

2018 Bishop Dennis Sullivan called to our attention the homily of Pope Francis at New Year’s Eve Mass this year. The Holy Father reminded us that, despite the noise of the news cycle and the many political leaders vying for power around the world, it is ordinary citizens of the world who have the greatest ability to provide the most positive impact. To be, as Pope Francis called them, and Bishop Sullivan reverberated: “artisans of the common good.” During this New Year’s Eve homily the Pope expressed “sympathy and gratitude for all those persons who, every day, contribute with small but precious gestures to the common good, who seek to do their duty as well as possible.” Specifically, he expressed thanks to “parents, teachers and all educators who, with the same style, seek to form children and teenagers in a civic sense, with an ethics of responsibility, educating them to feel part [of the city] to take care of it, and to be interested in the reality that surrounds them.” Bishop Sullivan challenged our graduates to take this to heart, as it is their generation that has the greatest potential to be artisans of the common good. As you read through this year’s annual CCHS Magazine, you will note that the Camden Catholic experience is providing the foundation to shape our students into the kind, faithful and intelligent “artisans” the world so desperately needs. It is evidenced in our accomplished alumni, our graduating class and in our future freshmen. It is proven by the hundreds of donors, who contribute thousands each year, to help us continue to grow and evolve as one of the region’s best Catholic high schools. During the class of 2018 senior address Senior Ellie Jung shared what the Camden Catholic experience provides, beyond the tangibles of coursework, test scores, concert performances and wins or losses: “I have realized that happiness comes not just from academic success, but also from letting people into our lives. I will always treasure my memories of Camden Catholic, especially the people of Camden Catholic. Because of Camden Catholic, we leave high school as people who overcome challenges, as people who appreciate diversity, as people who bond through common experience, as people who devote ourselves to faith, and as people who pursue our passions.” Yours in Honor, Faith and Loyalty,

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Mary Whipkey, P ’01, ’03, ’05

Heather Crisci, P ‘17

President

Principal

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Annual Report of Gifts

2017–2018 Annual Giving The list that follows includes all donors to Camden Catholic for 2017-18 (July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018). If your name has been omitted or listed incorrectly, we apologize and ask that you notify Jennifer.VanEs@camdencatholic.org or call 856-663-2247 ext. 133. Thank you 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

7

Emerald

$20,000+

$529,143

$ 10,000–19,999

9

Legacy

$10,000 - 19,999

$102,000

Founder

$ 5,000-9,999

14

Founder

$5,000 – 9,999

$89,174.11

Mercy

$ 2,500-4,999

15

Mercy

$2,500 – 4,999

$43,784

Shamrock

$ 1,000-2,499

71

Shamrock

$1,000 – 2499

$86,382.11

The Irish

$ 500-999

80

The Irish

$500 – 999

$44,722.50

Spire

$ 250-499

101

Spire

$250 – 499

$28,346.11

433

Century

$100-249

$52,840.97

Century

$ 100-249 465

Green & White

gifts to $99

$16,391.67

Green & White

gifts to $ 99 1,195

TOTAL

$992,784.47

Top Five Classes By Amount Given Overall

Year 1957 1974 1960 1976 1956

Amount $49,645.00 $33,900.00 $30,385.00 $23,070.00 $15,060.00

By Percent of Participation

Year 1969 1957 1960 1947 1967

Percentage 10.97% 10.76% 9.93% 8.46% 7.95%

Top Donors

by Amount Given Overall

Mr. John Langan & Dr. Judy Nadell

$183,143.00

Mr. & Mrs. Pepe Piperno

$128,000.00

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Saile

$75,000.00

Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation

$70,000.00

Mrs. Mary Short ’57

$27,000.00

Mr. John Pisa ’74

$25,000.00

Mr. James M. McGrath ’63

$21,000.00

Questions regarding any donations through gift annuities, life insurance, or wills please contact Jennifer Van Es at 856-663-2247 ext. 133. You can also visit www.cchslegacy.org to learn more about Legacy Giving.

Annual Fund Total Raised = $ 215,987.86 unrestricted funds $ 126,044.61 restricted (athletics, arts, academics, 125th Capital Campaign) $ 650,752.00 Tuition Assistance and Scholarships

$ 992,784.47 TOTAL Of this total, $650,752.00 was donor-directed to scholarships and tuition assistance. 76.8% of the Class of 2018 was accepted at their first choice college. Pictured are the engineering majors (left) and nursing majors (right).

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Leaving a Legacy:

The Gift of a Camden Catholic Education By Kevin Callahan The Rebilas twins, Joseph and Giavonna, grew up dreaming of attending Camden Catholic, which isn’t surprising considering their family ties to the school. After all, their father, Lenny, graduated from Camden Catholic in 1985. However, their mother, Christina, who graduated from Pennsauken High in 1990, also impacted the bond and love that Joey and Gia feel for Camden Catholic. “Coming from Pennsauken, Camden Catholic was a rival school,” Christine said. “But, after Len and I were married and had children and as the Camden Catholic connections became more visible, I said ‘this is unbelievable.’” “No matter where we were, or if we were in some kind of problem, Camden Catholic friends or fellow alumni would come and they would help. We may not have talked to them for 10 years but they didn’t skip a beat. I love that,” Christine continued. “No matter where we would go, if my husband made a call, 10 of them are there waiting for you. I want my kids to have that.” Joey and Gia will have that with the help of the Monsignor Devlin Scholarship of $5,000 per-year, which will be split between the twins. Monsignor Joseph W. Devlin, a 1947 graduate of Camden Catholic, was one of the original members of the 1887 Legacy Giving Society, which includes donors who “have left a gift or made provisions in their estate for a gift to Camden Catholic.” “It really helps our parents because there’s two of us,” Gia said about the scholarship money, “it’s been very helpful to our family.” Monsignor Devlin's bequest, which has funded a $5,000 yearly scholarship, is a full circle example of how a legacy donor impacts a CCHS legacy family, although they don’t have to be a legacy to receive the scholarship. “I feel grateful and it feels amazing because of everything he did for everybody,” Joey said about Monsignor Devlin, a life-long teacher with a clever sense of humor and a nifty left-handed jump shot from the hip in basketball. “It’s an honor.” The scholarship fund is so fitting since Monsignor Devlin dedicated his life’s ministry to teaching. He began his teaching career at his Alma Mater and then starting his tenure with LaSalle University in 1973 when former Camden Catholic basketball coach Jim Crawford was a senior star forward for the Explorers. Monsignor Devlin remained a respected professor in the LaSalle theology department until his retirement in 2012. The twins, who graduated from Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Maple Shade, will be freshmen in September. And, like Monsignor Devlin’s fondness of basketball, they both play sports.

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Gia currently plays soccer for Jersey South FC. She played basketball for OLPH and softball for the Cherry Hill Gators. Joey is a goalkeeper for Jersey South FC and Maple Shade Soccer. He plays baseball for Cherry Hill Babe Ruth and basketball for OLPH. Their father, Lenny played basketball and baseball all four years for the Irish. “Dad takes us to see baseball, basketball and football games at CCHS,” Joey said. “The Thanksgiving football game is one of our favorite annual traditions.” “We’ve been going to Camden Catholic basketball games since we were little,” Gia said. They are also following the green and white path of their grandmother, Domenica, who graduated from Camden Catholic in 1954, and their aunts - Gina Rebilas-Bannister ’78, Lynn RebilasDunn ’81 and Annette Rebilas-Kresge ’83. “It makes me even more excited for high school,” Gia said. “Back in fifth grade I was scared, but now I feel like part of the family and it makes me excited and happy.” Gia would like to be a physical therapist while Joey likes engineering. “Earning this scholarship I have the opportunity to represent Monsignor Devlin and the many things he did for Camden Catholic,” Joey said. “This will be my second family, my home away from home.” And, not surprisingly after she got to know Camden Catholic, their mother is comfortable, too. “I did not witness the true tradition and pride of the Camden Catholic community until I was married to Lenny,” Christine said. “For me, being an outsider and watching it, seeing people who are there for you, our children becoming a part of it, it’s an unbelievable feeling. The virtues and the qualities that the alumni gained as students and continue to carry with them, I’ve never seen anything like it.” Now the Rebilas family will have the pleasure, thanks to Monsignor Devlin’s legacy, of watching those virtues grow in their own children.

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Leaving a Legacy: Growing Your Gift

1887 Legacy Society Members of the 1887 Legacy Society have left a gift or made provisions in their estate for a gift to Camden Catholic. We are grateful for their generosity and for remembering their Alma Mater in this incredibly special way. Robert J. Degnan ’55* Rev. Msgr. Joseph W. Devlin ’47* Miriam F. Haehl ’42* Rev. Msgr. Andrew Martin ’60 Rev. Msgr. Bob McDermott ’60 Marie C. Miller ’52* Patricia Sirna Nordt ’71 Irene M. Reynolds ’43* Charles (Chic) and Mary Saile Rear Admiral Joseph ’58 and Barbara (Wagner) ’60 Strasser *Indicates deceased members. For more information on joining the 1887 Legacy Society visit www.cchslegacy.org or call 856-663-2247.

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: • • • • •

Bequests 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 Jennifer.VanEs@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 charitieswith no federal income tax liability. Contact your financial advisor for details on how to arrange an IRA Charitable Rollover gift.

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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 • Invitation to select home games and special events • Recognition in Shamrock Society listing within the Annual Report and at Hall of Fame event • Special gift

SHAMROCK SOCIET Y MEMBERS Roxanne Thomas Adinolfi Miss Patricia Andris Bill & Anne Barker Mr. Edward F. Brennan Mr. Patrick J. Brennan II Rev. Msgr. William Brennan Edward F. Burke Betty Jean Buck Byrnes Jerry Campbell Rick & Denise Caruso Brian and Peggy Cassano Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Casserly William & Jennifer (Stockman) Colfer Dennis Corbett Mr. Tomas Corbett Frank & Jenna Cornely Jim Coyle Matthew D. Crumpton Lorraine Adinolfi Cucinotta James C. Curvey Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi John & Nancy DiCiurcio

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Robert P. DiStanislao Joyce Endt Donahue Peter. S. Dooner III Anonymous Nancy Palombo Ehle George Eisele & Ellen Lawrence-Lee Henry Engel Mr. T. J. and Paula Escott Lizzio Admiral & Mrs. William J. Fallon, USN, Ret. Dom Flamini Anne Uhland Frontino Anthony Fugaro & Delia Settanni Fugaro Helen Arbeiter Gambogi Mr. & Mrs. Gregory P. Gardner Tony & Lynn Giorgio Honorable Rochelle Gizinski Mr. Eaton Goldthwaite Charles and Sallie Grandi Carl J. Gregorio, Esq Mr. Charles Grimley

Mr. Robert T. Healey Richard & Carol Hoag Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hocker Rosanna N. Innes Dr. Louis and Margaret Mary McDermott Keeler Louis & Monica (McCauley) Keeler James C. Kelly James F. Kelly Ms. Marie M. Kennedy Joseph T. and Karen Kenney Ms. Mary Kenney The Kiely Family Brian and Kim Kirwan Ms. Anne Koons Mr. John Langan & Dr. Judith Nadell Frank & Michele Law Dr. John Legere Dr. Joseph Loscalzo Col. William J. Lynch, USAF. Joseph Lyons Agnes and Jim Madden

Midge and Mike Madden Elizabeth Madden Black Constance McAneney Mr. James McCauley Joseph McColgan Rev. Msgr. Robert McDermott Mr. James M. McGrath William McInerney Al & Lynda Nanni Joe Nardi Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan Tom & Donna Paolini Greg Peterson Greg and Molly (Mullin) Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Pepe Piperno John Pisa Lew and Kathy Procacci Michael Procacci, Jr. Kristen & Jack Pund Mr. Dean Ragone Charles & Mary Ann Reed Eileen O'Neil Reilly

Charles and Mary Saile Linda M. Schilling and James Golubieski Stephen M. Schmitz Ed Sexton Frank Sheahan Mary Jane Harlow Charitable Trust (Mary M. Short) Nancy and Harry Singer Dr. & Mrs. Richard Stefanacci, Jr. Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser Frank and Michele Tedesco Lois Quigley Trani Third Base Sports & Trophies Michael Tursi Robert Viggiano Michael J. Ward Mr. & Mrs. William Weatherby Mr. Craig M. Williams Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Christina & Mark Worthington Diane Zannoni

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Annual Report of Gifts Alumni Scholarship Hits a Homerun!

Memorial Gifts 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 Paul C. Azores (Tuition Assistance) Susan E. Nevins Thomas J. Barry ’50 (Unrestricted) Patricia C. Alemi Shirley G. Dunn Jane L. Johnston Phyllis Lynch Susan F. Pedroni Daniel Beckett ’68 (Unrestricted) Brian Beckett Reginald F. Beckett Michael Camardo Anonymous Mitchell B. Kowal Larc School Michael P. Madden Catherine H. Marlowe Adolph Piperno Mark Schmid Joseph C. Strasser Hugh Carberry ’50 (Unrestricted) Joseph Costanzo Steve Chavarria ’94 (Unrestricted) Katherine Grace Mary D. Colangelo ’49 (Unrestricted) Mary D. Colangelo

Mary Kenney Michael V. Latini Mary Beth C. McCann John McDonnell Steven Millard Rita A. Morrison Gary S. O’Brien John F. O’Melia David D. Ring Francis Sinatra John Wixted Leon Loveland ’51 (Unrestricted) Ruth L. Wilkerson Gertrude Marcozzi ’53 (Unrestricted) Anthony Marcozzi Larry McGinley (Unrestricted) Monica M. McGinley Joseph Murtin (Boys Basketball) James C. Curvey James De Angelo Aileen B. Hendri Timothy J. Higgins Joseph A. Cuzzupe Patti, Jim, John, Janet & Diane Murtin Julia Lineman Raymond E. Onofrio

John Jagielski ’46 (Unrestricted) Lee Ann Maginnis

Rita Nardi ’78 (Unrestricted) Rosemarie Duus Marie Francesconi

Robert F. Kane ’47 (Unrestricted) Maryanne B. Woytowicz

Albert E. Scott ’35 (Unrestricted) Kenneth Villano

Delbert Kehner ’55 (Unrestricted) George A. Prutting

Harry K. Stinger (Unrestricted) Mary Stinger

Joe H. Kenney (Unrestricted) Joseph T. Kenney

Sandra A. Walker ’58 (Unrestricted) Kelly A. Walker

Richard J. Kenney (Rich & Joan Kenney Scholarship Fund) John J. Balancio Donna L. Conkwright Antonio J. Damico Mary P. Gamon GE Foundation Richard L. Gordon Timothy J. Hesser Linda Horsman Leroy A. Jackson Lyle Karn Janet Keane Donna Kenney Patrick Kennedy Marjorie Kenney

Alumnus J.M. Procacci ’70 returned to CCHS to present the second year of the Estrella Naciente “Rising Star” Scholarships. Procacci, CEO of Procacci Brothers Sales Corporation and Santa Sweets, established Estrella Naciente for Latino students at CCHS. This year’s scholarship winners are Robert Pacheco-Montes ’21 and Demetrio Sampson ’21. JM’s companies, Procacci Brothers and Santa Sweets, donated $100 for every home run hit by the Philadelphia Phillies during the 2017 Major League Baseball season to establish the scholarship. The Phillies’ season-ending tally of 174 home runs resulted in a donation amount of $17,400! In conjunction with SSN (Spanish Sports Network), during Phillies game broadcasts, the scholarship is promoted, especially when HR’s are hit.

Memorial Gifts Honor Loved Ones When Mr. Joseph Robert Murtin passed away this year his family requested that in lieu of flowers, donations could be made to Camden Catholic basketball. Mr. Murtin became a fan of Irish basketball when his sons were on the team and continued to support the program for decades. All five of Joseph and Lorri’s children attended CCHS: Sharon ’78, Joe ’79, Rob ’80, Dominic (deceased) ’81 and Maria ’85. To remember a loved one in this way is a blessing to the CCHS community, and a fitting tribute to honor their loyalty to Camden Catholic

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Annual Report of Gifts Giving Clubs Emerald $20,000+ Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell Mr. James M. McGrath Mr. & Mrs. Pepe Piperno John Pisa Charles and Mary Saile Mary Jane Harlow Charitable Trust (Mary M. Short) Legacy $10,000-$19,999 Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao Mr. Robert T. Healey James F. Kelly Ms. Anne Koons Agnes '63 and Jim '57 Madden Northeast Catholic Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. Charles & Mary Ann Reed South Jersey Scholarship Fund Welsh Scholarship Founder $5,000-$9,999 John & Nancy DiCiurcio EFM Foundation Thomas and Paula Escott Lizzio Fulton Bank of New Jersey The Luke W. Jordan, Jr. Foundation Joseph T. and Karen Kenney Estate of Sara F. Kenny Midge and Mike Madden The Miller Family Charitable Trust Mr. Dean Ragone Linda M. Schilling '70 and James Golubieski Sharkey Family Charitable Trust Harry and Nancy Singer - 1975/1976 Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted Mercy $2,500-$4,999 Aramark Bill & Anne Barker Diocese of Camden Margaret M. Cassano Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Casserly Dennis Corbett Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi Miss Patricia Andris James and Johanna Guilfoyle Trust Scholarship Richard & Carol Hoag Michael Procacci, Jr. Kristen and Jack Pund Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stefanacci, Jr. Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser Frank and Michele Tedesco '66 Shamrock $1,000-$2,499 Roxanne Thomas Adinolfi Mr. Patrick J. Brennan II Mr. Edward F. Brennan Rev. Msgr. William Brennan Edward F. Burke Betty Jean Buck Byrnes Jerry Campbell Rick '70 & Denise (Brady) Caruso '77 CCHS Student Government William & Jennifer(Stockman) Colfer Mr. Tomas Corbett Frank & Jenna Cornely Jim Coyle Matthew D. Crumpton Lorraine Adinolfi Cucinotta James C. Curvey Joyce Endt Donahue Nancy Palombo Ehle George Eisele & Ellen Lawrence-Lee Henry Engel Admiral & Mrs. William J. Fallon, USN, Ret.

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Dom Flamini Anne Uhland Frontino Anthony Fugaro '57 & Delia Settanni Fugaro '58 Helen Arbeiter Gambogi Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Gardner Tony & Lynn Giorgio Honorable Rochelle Gizinski Mr. Eaton Goldthwaite Grandi Family Foundation Carl J. Gregorio, Esq Mr. Charles Grimley Rosanna N. Innes Lou and Morrie (53) Keeler Louis & Monica (McCauley) Keeler James C. Kelly Ms. Marie M. Kennedy Ms. Mary Kenney The Kiely Family Brian and Kim Kirwan Frank & Michele Law Dr. John Legere Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Dr. Joseph Loscalzo Col. William J. Lynch, (Ret) Joseph Lyons Elizabeth Madden Black Constance McAneney Mr. James McCauley Joseph McColgan Rev. Msgr. Robert McDermott William McInerney Al & Lynda Nanni Joe Nardi Bill & Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan Tom & Donna Paolini Greg Peterson Mr. Gregory Phillips Lew and Kathy Procacci Eileen O'Neil Reilly Ed Sexton Frank Sheahan Third Base Sports & Trophies Lois Quigley Trani Michael Tursi '83 Robert N. Viggiano Michael J. Ward Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherby Mr. Craig M. Williams Christina & Mark Worthington Diane Zannoni The Irish $500-$999 Mrs. Martha Macys Abbinante AbbVie Employee Engagement Fund Bill Bennett George F. Beppel Tim Bieg and Kate Madden Bieg Mrs. Jaclyn Brown Brower Christopher J. Burns Michael and Annemarie Byrnes CCHS Performing Arts Parent Association Class of 1952 Mr. Robert Coyle Dave and Ellie Cuneo Ray Curry Mr. Joseph H. Danfield III Kathleen Montgomery DePetris Robert DiMaio Discovery Search Partners Claire Cybulski Foster Gabrielle Bieg Funke Bill Fynes Phil Gentlesk Mrs. Margaret Maguire Groce Barbara Hannon (Gass) Mr. Thomas Henwood Mr. Timothy Higgins BillHobbs John & Renee (Laramee) Howard

Brenton Hutchinson Hutchinson Business Solutions, LLC Rosalie Hypolite IBM Corporation The IFF Foundation Francis and Mimi McDermott '48 Keeley John T. Kelley Mr. James Kiefer Ms. Paula Krebs Joe Levy Warner Lombardi Mr. Jim Lynch Charles A. Maimone, Jr. Msgr. Andrew Martin Patricia Bray Matonak Mr. Michael F. McCurdy Mr. Daniel McDyre Dr. John F. and Barbara McInerney Major General (Ret.) James McIntosh James McNasby Jack and Maryanne Merritt Tony & Peggy (Testa) Messina Greg Moffatt Mr. Anthony Murry Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien Michael and Kathryn Sinatra O'Callaghan Dom '02 & Lisa '03 (Chambers) Paoletti Anonymous Claire Pfeffer Howard Pfeffer Mark A. Platzer Joann & Jim Polashock Michael Procacci Jessica Sheehan Purdy Raymour & Flanigan Daniel and Audrey Rice Drew Rosenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Willliam F. Saldutti Mrs. Carol Sawn Stephen Schmitz Rev. Msgr. Leonard Scott Dr. & Mrs. John R. Scranton Tom Shemeley Gerald Siefring,Jr., Ph.D The Spangler Family Joe Steinhagen Kathleen Sullivan Ralph & Heather (Enriquez) Tallman '88 Donna Crovetti Taylor '68 Annabella Barber Verna Ron and Paula (D'Antonio) Villa Colin & Mary Whipkey Leonard & Catherine Wood Spire $250-$499 Mark and Susana Arencibia Mary Anne McAnally Baltish Tom Barbera '62 & Marie Nasuti '63 Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Beckett Mrs. Alice Beckett Mrs. Patricia Behen Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Bieg Jim Bigley Boeing Kathryn Braun Bolich Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan Carol & Joe Burke Joanne Burke Robert B. Burke Ed Carey Mr. John Carley Terry Mayer Cataleno Loretta A. Cianci-Watson Class of '57 Class of 1962 Class of 1997 Jeanne and Blaise Cona Ed Connell Jim Cook Richard and Caitlin Crowell Maura Madden Daniels

Dennis DeMayo Emily Cuneo DeSmedt Mr. John Dulczak John and Mary Dymond Ron Emma Andrew Ennis Steven & Peggy Feld Patricia "Dooley" Fennimore Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC Mary Ellen Tolson Flinn Sarah Danley Fridy Hugh and Marie Gallagher John J. Gallagher GlaxoSmithKline Patricia Amendolia Gotta Craig C. Hamilton The Hardy Family - Meghan '08, Shea '12, Cara '14, Brett '17, Lynn '19, Faith '21, Kyle '21 Margaret (Staats'53) and Bill Heath Jim Higgins Joan Gaffney Hurley Michelle Sears Jones Mr. John Keating John and Barbara Kelly Marge Kenney Diane Kilker & Siblings Mr. Jeffrey Koelsch Leonard Lazarick Sr. James Leimkuhler David A. MacDonald Gerald and Lee Ann Maginnis Charles & Andrea Maimone Ms. Christine F. Matera Kathy Tobin McCabe Frank and Mary Beth McCann Kevin and Nancy McColgan Dan McElroy Mr. Sean P. McGowan Hugh V. Merkle Jack & Maryanne Merritt Jack Messick Mr. Harry J. Metzinger Most Rev. George V. Murry, SJ Robert Murtin Isaac and Akos Nuamah Colleen (Lumley) O'Brien Virginia Onofrio Mr. Dominic Palladino, jr. Ines Palombo Bernard A. Pekala, MD Laurence J. Pino Eileen Horan Rabbitt David M. Ragonese Erica Richards Reilly Terry and Rosemarie Robson Gregg Saldutti Edward Schemenski Mark & Denise Schmid '68 & '69 Siemens Healthcare Frank and Diane Sinatra Jack Sinon Richard '55 and Mary E. Muller '56 Smith Ms. Elizabeth M. Smith Robert Smith Loretta Stachiotti Jim & Mickey Steinitz Mary DeRosa Sutherland Joe & Andrea Sweeney Mr. William Taylor Vincent Torno Miss Mabel L. Valladares Jack Walsh Theodore W. Walter Jr. Ruth L. Wilkerson Pete Wish Fidelity Charitable

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Annual Report of Gifts Giving by Class Year * 3+ consecutive years of giving ** 5+ consecutive years of giving *** 10+ consecutive years of giving

Class of 1938 % Participation: .99% Total Committed: $50 Green & White Francis K. Wallace**

Class of 1941 % Participation: 2.01% Total Committed: $450 Green & White Mrs. Theresa Cortese Century Edwin Dougherty** Spire Leonard Lazarick Sr.*

Class of 1942 % Participation: .72% Total Committed: $100 Century Mary Jane McMaster Courtright

Class of 1943 % Participation: .66% Total Committed: $50 Green & White Mr. Joseph C. Uhland

Class of 1946 % Participation: 3.21% Total Committed: $710 Spire Ruth L. Wilkerson*** Century Marie Tomlinson Sihelnik*** Green & White Emma E. Darpino* Thelma Keiser Staffiera Marie Collier Wilmot***

Class of 1947 % Participation: 8.46% Total Committed: $13,770 Legacy Mr. Robert T. Healey** Shamrock Betty Jean Buck Byrnes* Helen Arbeiter Gambogi*** The Irish Claire Cybulski Foster*** Spire Joan Gaffney Hurley*** Century Jerry Lordan*** John A. Marchesani* Theresa Gerney Paulson** Mary Jane (Tobin) Schillinger Dorothy Schnitzius* Green & White Clare M. Carmody Bernice Miller Bill and Harriet Mullen** Naomi Cunningham Sandy Sister Patricia Welsh, RSM*

Class of 1948

Class of 1952

% Participation: 3.64% Total Committed: $2,755 Shamrock Ed Sexton* The Irish Francis and Mimi McDermott Keeley* Patricia Bray Matonak Century Thomas E. Daley Raymond H. Fitzmaurice*** Jean Tasch Gardner*** Green & White Josephine E. (Lario) Cheesman Michael Perfetto

% Participation: 6.05% Total Committed: $3,435 Shamrock Edward F. Burke*** The Irish Annabella Barber Verna*** Spire Terry Mayer Cataleno Jack Sinon** Century Patricia C. Alemi Frank Kelly*** Fran & Pat '56 Mulroy** Capt. & Mrs. J.D. Piccioni (USN)*** Gerard P. Smith*** Phil and Jo Raimondo** Raymond J. Swissler*** Eliz (Betty) Sexton Walker* Green & White Mary Oberst Hallion* Sister Percylee Hart, RSM*** Patricia McLaughlin Querubin* Claire M. Scheurich*** Barbara Kaufmann Taylor*

Class of 1949 % Participation: 3.74% Total Committed: $900 Century Joseph Colangelo*** Paul Collins George Donnelly*** Louise Prause Houwen** Jack & Teddy (McCullough) Lyons Joseph H. Rodriguez* Mary Lou McCarthy Venella***

Class of 1953

% Participation: 7.57% Total Committed: $1,750 Century Bernadette Magann Baylor*** Elizabeth Hampton Bittner** Mary Denham Gramigna** John T. Hoban & Bernadette K. (Carr) Hoban ('53) Joseph V. Lisiewski Barbara Jennis Malone*** Joseph McGinley*** Dorothy McHugh Schuler** Mary McKernan Wolfram Green & White Catherine (Leone) Broome*** Joseph Costanzo* John and Janet DiCiurcio Pat (Callahan) McCaw*** Jane Marchesani McCullen*** Sister Dolores Patterson, RSM* Dave and Pat Reader***

% Participation: 5.42% Total Committed: $3,980 Shamrock Lou and Morrie Keeler*** The Irish Bill Fynes*** Spire Hugh and Marie Gallagher** Margaret (Staats) and Bill Heath** Century Joan Marchesani Eisenhardt John T. Hoban ('50) & Bernadette K. (Carr) Hoban Florence Koch Hopkins Pat & Anne Kennedy*** Cono A. Micale** Green & White Anna Catalani Buondonno Joseph Embres* Patricia Nicktern Lanard** Richard H. Perry* Thomas A. Smaldore* Vito M. Zizzamia***

Class of 1951

Class of 1954

% Participation: 5.98% Total Committed: $1,986 The Irish Mr. Thomas Henwood Spire Theodore W. Walter Jr.*** Century Ernest (Ernie) J. Caruso** Kathleen Gramigna Garrity* Bernice Massi Charles P. McFadden Frank Whelan Green & White Mary Oldham Dunbar*** Dorothy Cleary Flemming Rita K. Heeter* Mary Puzzutiello McClaine*** Elizabeth Shute Morenc*** Thomas O'Donnell

% Participation: 6.92% Total Committed: $6,070 Shamrock George Eisele & Ellen Lawrence-Lee*** Henry Engel** Robert N. Viggiano*** The Irish Tom Shemeley*** Spire Patricia "Dooley" Fennimore*** Century Mrs. Eleanor Cruciani Abiuso Mary Ann (Martin) Boylan*** Patricia A. Carr Helen Crawford*** Carol Ballay Gillece* Barbara McDevitt Horsley*** Mr. Thomas J. McHugh* Gail Dalsey O'Neill*** Marie A. Vilardo*

Class of 1950

Green & White Anthony Guerrieri*** Carole Chilcott Hare Marge "Cookie" Kenney* Mary Costello Lickfeld*** Regina Foley Parker Mrs. Minnie Rebilas

Class of 1955 % Participation: 4.12% Total Committed: $1,220 Spire Richard and Mary E. Muller '56 Smith*** Century Warren Albright Elizabeth Boyle Delaney*** Richard J. Kelly*** Patricia (McMullin) Palermino** Sergio Tobia*** Green & White Mary Breslin*** Tom & Marie Francesconi Joseph W. Haldeman Dr. John C. Miller Rosanna Lyford Slobodian* Harry F. Thiel Jr.*

Class of 1956 % Participation: 5.68% Total Committed: $15,060 Legacy James F. Kelly*** Shamrock Jerry Campbell*** Dom Flamini*** The Irish Major General (Ret.) James McIntosh Spire Kathryn Braun Bolich*** Al Sauter** Richard '55 and Mary E. Muller Smith*** Century Walter Johnson*** Patricia Kelley-Danley*** Mrs. Veronica Fullano McVickar Edward Moseley** Fran '52 & Pat Mulroy** Peggy Nettleton Multhaup** Mr. Walter Sandell Albert W. Stanley*** Barbara A. Williams, RSM*** Green & White Francis P. McLaughlin**

Class of 1957 % Participation: 10.76% Total Committed: $49,645 Emerald Mary Jane Harlow Charitable Trust (Mary M. Short)* Legacy Agnes '63 and Jim Madden** Shamrock Joyce Endt Donahue*** Anthony Fugaro & Delia Settanni Fugaro '58*** James C. Kelly Col. William J. Lynch, (Ret) Lois Quigley Trani** The Irish Mrs. Margaret Maguire Groce Mr. Jim Lynch***

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Annual Report of Gifts Spire Robert B. Burke*** Reunion Class of '57 John J. Gallagher*** Edward Schemenski Ms. Elizabeth M. Smith Century Irene Fitzsimmons** John M. Hurley Bernadette Wolfram Kavanaugh** Michael Keating Eleanor Martello Kelly Elizabeth P. May** John Sandell Edward J. Scholes, Jr. Mary Murray Sheil** Patricia Martin Sinon*** Green & White Rita Macey Bernert* Anna Fullmer Dugan* Bob Gartland Mrs. Emily LaScala Patrick R. McCarty*** Kathleen Roche McGlone Teresa Morgan** Charles Schepacarter

Class of 1958 % Participation: 5.51% Total Committed: $11,980 Founder TJ and Paula Escott Lizzio*** Mercy Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser*** Shamrock Anthony Fugaro '57 & Delia Settanni Fugaro*** Century Pasqualina Chima Richard Furlong*** William Green*** Patricia Mallon Keppeler*** Teresa Stuebing Long Pete J. Oteri** William R. Paull Eileen Quinlan Stallings** Green & White Mr. Al Atkinson* Edward R. Badyna* Jerry Derer Mary Ann Lochonic DiPatri Mary L. Deery Foster*** Sandy Downes William J. Loges* Kathleen B. Perogine***

Class of 1959 % Participation: 4.79% Total Committed: $2,284.59 The Irish Mr. Daniel McDyre Spire Bernard A. Pekala, MD*** Century Marie Cianci Alemi*** Alan Anderer** Mr. Donald R. Chierici, Jr.* Dominic Ciccone Kathryn C. DiGiacomo Gerald (Jerry) Kelly*** Maureen B. Mastrobuono* Elizabeth Cybulski Ostroff Mrs. Barbara Forte Paolini

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Green & White Kathleen M. Arleth* Jim Curran* Jo Ann Daniels D'Andrea Albert E. DePrince, Jr.* Mr. Dave Schlitz** Joanne Smaldore Wetherspoon

Class of 1960 % Participation: 9.93% Total Committed: $30,385 Legacy Charles & Mary Ann Reed*** Shamrock Rev. Msgr. Robert McDermott Carl J. Gregorio, Esq.*** The Irish Msgr. Andrew Martin*** Spire Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Beckett Mrs. Alice Beckett Carol & Joe Burke** Ed Carey** Hugh V. Merkle Jack & Maryanne Merritt** Mr. William Taylor* Pete Wish* Century Thomas Cimino Robert J. Long*** Gerry Barbera Marchetty*** Maureen O'Driscoll Meloni Julia M. Piccioni** Marie Pagliaro Shreves Catherine M. Smith*** Helena Gowan Volansky** Barbara J. (Corbett) Ward Kathy Weatherby Green & White Harry G. RuhleJr. Charles J. Schmidheiser** Pauline Villa**

Class of 1961 % Participation: 4.57% Total Committed: $1,905 The Irish Phil Gentlesk** Century Edward M. Abrams* Dolores Mecca Bendorf Rich & Therese Campbell '64 Bittner Mary E. Cahill Mr. Bill Casey*** Mrs. Phyllis Lynch Green & White Marie DeLeo Clapp** Mary Dianna Corbett*** Carole Viggiano Finacaro*** Jim Hockin Patricia M. (Carr) Jennings* Elsie Hak Judge*** Harry J. Kyler** Helen (Ferrell) McConville Mary E. Domako McGuckin*

Class of 1962 % Participation: 5.85% Total Committed: $5,291.11 Shamrock Frank Sheahan The Irish James McNasby*** Joe Steinhagen**

Spire Tom Barbera & Marie Nasuti '63

Class of 1962 Jim Higgins*** Mary DeRosa Sutherland* Century Tom & Sheila '63 Clifford* Susanne A. Copenhaver** Frank & Veronica (Koch) Dailey** Regina Erhard Dengel*** Carole Halsey Drucis Marge McLaughlin Jim Miller** Margie Strasser Ricci** Dorothy J. & James W. Schultz*** Anonymous '62 Green & White Carl P. and Eileen Cuneo Carolyn (Troendle) Smith Dan & Aileen (Blumenstien) Thompson

Class of 1963 % Participation: 7.61% Total Committed: $14,213.59 Founder Midge and Mike Madden*** Legacy Agnes and Jim '57 Madden** Mercy Richard & Carol Hoag** Shamrock Admiral & Mrs. William J. Fallon, USN, Ret.*** Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherby* The Irish Kathleen Montgomery DePetris*** Spire Mary Anne McAnally Baltish*** Jim Bigley** Craig C. Hamilton*** James Leimkuhler** Dan McElroy*** Tom Barbera '62 & Marie Nasuti Century Leonard Casey Mary Charles Clark Tom '62 & Sheila Clifford* Jack Corbett Rich & Bernadette (Clements) DiLullo Warren and Suzanne Faulk* Maureen Meehan Lee*** Eileen V.( Becker) Lish* Green & White Mr. Brian Beckett Carol Olesiewicz Paul & Lorraine (Healey) Kelly Janet Sereno Lewis Gus Moseley*** Eugene J. Reilly James Viggiano***

Class of 1964 % Participation: 5.19% Total Committed: $2,310 Spire Jim Cook** Loretta A. Cianci-Watson*** Century Rich '61 & Therese Campbell Bittner Joan A. Bruno*** Joan Catani** Patricia DePersia-Westerfer*** Patricia Dillenschneider

Kathleen Smith Duffy** Bernard J. Egan Ellen K. Gangemi** Bill Holder* Patrick & Margaret (McKee) Madison* Elly Stover Poupard*** Thomas & Marjore (Campbell) Rapa Green & White Eileen McCullough LePage Stephanie Tortu Jane A. Grady Whalen* Margaret M. Elliott-Gaither-Wolf

Class of 1965 % Participation: 7.34% Total Committed: $9,155 Shamrock Anne Uhland Frontino* Dr. John Legere*** Elizabeth Madden Black* The Irish Mr. Michael F. McCurdy Claire Pfeffer* Spire Ed Connell Mary Ellen Tolson Flinn** Century Victor J. Andrijanskas Mr. Terry Carr* John & Kathleen (Hansbury) D'Anastasio Clayton J. Gillette* Kate Wilson Grohe Mary Jane Hurley Brant** Christopher Joniec*** Dr. Robert and Linda Mroz Labaczewski** Monica M. McGinley* Joyce R. Monsees (Gini)** Patricia May Zielinski Green & White Anna L. Cirullo*** Patricia M Beckman Costello** Marian DiGiamarino Nancy Germanotta Forsyth* Penelope Maguire*** Barbara Ann Fitzpatrick Milch* Michael Schofield Joanne Cassidy Spirito**

Class of 1966 % Participation: 5.58% Total Committed: $7,885 Mercy Michael Procacci, Jr. Frank and Michele Tedesco*** The Irish John T. Kelley*** Spire Most Rev. George V. Murry, SJ*** Terry and Rosemarie Robson* Century Therese McCurdy Baker Pat and Wally Brown** Mike & Kathy Caputi*** Josephine (Wilson) Clausen*** Peter DiMarco*** Maureen Deegan DiNisio Lois Forrester-Frye** Jean & Joe Grzybowski Mary Anne Hess Nancy Domako Howard* Rosemarie E. Kaminski Hufner Dennis Rooney Green & White Lorraine Gloster Powell**

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Joanne Bancer Rossa* Mrs. Joann Rubino Mrs. Christina L. Schiavo Barbara Natale Thompson Josephine Leonardo Tomanchio

Class of 1967 % Participation: 7.95% Total Committed: $12,600 Mercy Bill & Anne Barker*** Shamrock Class of 1967 – 50th Anniversary Lorraine Adinolfi Cucinotta*** Joseph Lyons Joseph McColgan Diane Zannoni** The Irish Barbara Hannon (Gass) Warner Lombardi Howard Pfeffer* Gerald Siefring,Jr., Ph.D*** Joe & Andrea Sweeney*** Vincent Torno*** Century Patrick Abiuso** Kathy McNulty Dunn* Paul Messina*** Anne K. Pfister* Ben & Teresa Santoro* Kathleen Johnson Taylor* Carol Murray Theriault* Ursula Amendolia Vermillion* Stanley H. Winner Green & White Diane Dolan Beaulieu* Barbara (Gass) Hannon*** Mike Kondrla** Mercy A. Martin* Dr. Doreen Fretz-Perez Kathy Phillips Robbins Marcella T. Sheppard Patricia Lynch Weber**

Class of 1968 % Participation: 7.19% Total Committed: $6,195 Shamrock Tony & Lynn Giorgio Frank & Michele Law*** The Irish Dr. John F. and Barbara McInerney** Donna Crovetti Taylor Leonard & Catherine Wood*** Spire Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan** Charles & Andrea Maimone*** Jack Messick* Mark & Denise Schmid '69 Century Adrienne Vece Bilotta Maryann Clifford* Buzz and Barbara Cortese** Angela D'Italia* Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Fallon Mr. Tom Holland & Family*** Marge Hutchinson McElroy** Anthony Oswald Green & White Andrew DiMaio Ms. Susan E. Nevins Elaine Sirna Shaughnessy**

Class of 1969 % Participation: 10.97% Total Committed: $5,018 Shamrock Jim Coyle* Dr. Joseph Loscalzo The Irish Dr. & Mrs. John R. Scranton Spire Ron Emma** Patricia Amendolia Gotta John and Barbara Kelly Laurence J. Pino Mark ’68 & Denise Schmid Century Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belz* Bruce A. Caridi Charles R. Hobbs, Jr.* Margaret Knox*** Patrick La Pella** Mary Beth Neiman Bill Patterson* Judy Varallo-Morris** Mr. Joseph J. Wright Green & White Noreen Nugent Baker Paul & Sandra Caputi** Mr. Ray DeLuca John DeLuca Sr. Joseph J. Dolchan Jr.** Joseph Duffin Jr.*** Andrew Gaskill Maryanne Taylor Marshall*** Mrs. Barbara Smyth* Mr. Joe Uhland

Class of 1970 % Participation: 3.60% Total Committed: $9,022 Founder Linda M. Schilling and James Golubieski*** Shamrock Rick & Denise (Brady) Caruso '77** The Irish Mr. Anthony Murry** Spire Eileen Horan Rabbitt*** Century Carolyn Bruni Haehn** Mrs. Claire Keane Ms. Mary F. Platt* Tom and Patty Schlett Carol Williamson Green & White John M. Altadonna Mrs. Libby DelViscio Michele Pierson Gerbino* Mr. Michael Johnston Mr. David C. Massara Dennis McDonald* Joe Zambetti

Class of 1971 % Participation: 3.24% Total Committed: $4,200 Shamrock Roxanne Thomas Adinolfi Greg Peterson*** The Irish Bill Bennett*** Spire Dennis DeMayo*** Loretta Stachiotti***

Century Michael Doyle Mike and Kathy Glander Fitzpatrick*** Brian Leahy** Mr. Jack Magee Mr. Neal Murray Patricia Sirna Nordt*** John W. Pasquarello*** Edwin W. Tevis Jr.*** John J. Walker Green & White Dr. Jane Marko Carabasi** Pamela Huhn Heck

Class of 1972 % Participation: 4.22% Total Committed: $7,990 Founder Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted*** Shamrock Mr. Charles Grimley* The Irish George F. Beppel*** Mr. Timothy Higgins* Spire Mr. John Carley Century Gregory Keller Scott Kenniff Dennis Mohan** Donna Spence Scanlon* Joe Schanberger Carol Devenny Scott*** Green & White Barbara Fisher Patricia Francescone Cassie Douress Iacovelli Dr. Dot Alderson Merianos*** Ms. Pamela Palazzo* Judith Panetta*** Diane (Delaney) Pilone* Ken and Lee Ann Ruiz* Kathleen Zannoni

Class of 1973 % Participation: 3.57% Total Committed: $2,775 Shamrock Constance McAneney*** William McInerney Century Jim and Debbie (Martucci) Cox* Nancy O'Donnell- Gaddis* Mary Hunt Harding Dolores R. Hatch* Phyllis Horn Koch** Maria La Pella** Green & White Carol Cooney Eckerl* Mrs. Annmarie Guerrieri Mr.and Mrs. Karl McConnell Gloria Maccaroni

The Irish Stephen Schmitz** Century Steven Drake*** Donna Hooven Frithsen* Kathy Osowiecki Mary Lou Saccomanno Janice Caniglia Shapiro** Suzanne Tierney* Green & White Mr. Joseph Revelas

Class of 1975 % Participation: 5.97% Total Committed: $3,715 Founder Harry and Nancy ‘76 Singer Shamrock Michael J. Ward** The Irish Mr. Robert Coyle Robert DiMaio* Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien*** Spire Jeanne and Blaise Cona** Michelle Sears Jones* Century Patricia Fisher*** Dr. Karl Holzinger** Patrice Schwab, R.D.H.** Green & White Mr. Richard Crowell Lawrence P. Garifo Mr. Ray C. Marini Dawn S. Palka** Dominic and Christine Palladino* Kathleen DiPascale Thorp Whitmore Family - Karen '75, Brian '04, Ashleigh '08, Kayleigh '15

Class of 1976 % Participation: 6.67% Total Committed: $23,070 Founder Joseph T. and Karen Kenney*** Mr. Dean Ragone*** Harry ’75 and Nancy Singer Shamrock Honorable Rochelle Gizinski* Ms. Mary Kenney* Tony and Peggy (Testa) Messina Joe Nardi*** The Irish Ms. Paula Krebs Century Susanne Miazga Bower** Rosemary Karbach Foley Carleen Bierschenk McCarthy Pat and Colleen O'Brien* Anita Cantera Tracy Green & White Noreen Errigo-Hoff** Margie Francescone Slenn***

Class of 1974 % Participation: 4.28% Total Committed: $33,900 Emerald John Pisa** Founder John & Nancy DiCiurcio** Mercy Kristen and Jack Pund*** Shamrock Rosanna N. Innes

Class of 1977 % Participation: 5.12% Total Committed: $4,485 Shamrock Rick '70 & Denise (Brady) Caruso** Nancy Palombo Ehle The Irish Greg Moffatt Mr. and Mrs. Willliam F. Saldutti Ron and Paula (D'Antonio) Villa

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Annual Report of Gifts Spire Joanne Burke*** John and Mary Dymond* Kevin and Nancy McColgan Century Dr. Mark DeLaurentis* Mr. Louis Marshall Denise (Hewitson) and Dan McCormick** James B. Morris* Charles "Chief" Welch*** Green & White Mrs. Rosemarie A. Remick Debbie Krawczyk Simmons**

Class of 1978 % Participation: 4.59% Total Committed: $14,050 Legacy Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao*** Shamrock Louis & Monica (McCauley) Keeler** Eileen O'Neil Reilly** Spire Mr. John Keating** Century John Fox* Mrs. Sharon McDonnell** Mrs. Barbara Prior Mrs. Julia Bilodeau Purdy* Maryann Classick Wallace Green & White Mrs. Diane Crowell** Mrs. Denise Culkin

Class of 1979 % Participation: 4.90% Total Committed: 4,910 Mercy Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi** Shamrock Mr. Tomas Corbett** Spire Mr. Jeffrey Koelsch*** Century Robert K Beideman** Beth Picknally Camden* Joe and Debbie Murtin* Joey Murtin* Green & White Frank and Lisa Cornely** Dru (Garton) Filiberto*** Mr. Thomas Stilley**

Class of 1980 % Participation: 4.43% Total Committed: $2,400 The Irish Christopher J. Burns*** Ray Curry** Mark A. Platzer** Spire Robert Murtin** Century Mr. Robert O'Donnell Anthony Vendetti Green & White Mrs. Jacqueline Graber DeNote Dennis Fabritiis*** Mr. Mauro Sanchirico Doreen Troche** Michael Viggiano, Jr.**

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Class of 1981

Class of 1986

Class of 1991

% Participation: 2.50% Total Committed: $2,250 Shamrock Mr. James McCauley*** The Irish Bill Hobbs** Spire Virginia Onofrio** Century Frances Wixted Hall TJ '81, Denise, & Braeden '19 McHugh* David Patzer* Green & White Kevin R. Zelinsky**

% Participation: 4.55% Total Committed: $1,325 The Irish Mr. James Kiefer Spire Erica Richards Reilly Century Rosemarie Francesconi Duus Maria Colsey Heard Kelly Ann Sweeney-McMullin*** Green & White Mrs. Nilda Arroyo Albertini Anonymous Mrs. Patricia Moran Becker Jacqueline Phipps Ferrell Mrs. Kristina Branca Gozdan Idanis Peter-Diaz Ms. Kristin Koelsch Wikol

% Participation: 4.51% Total Committed: $3,339.82 Shamrock Mr. Craig M. Williams The Irish Michael Procacci** Century Ms. Christi A. Angelucci Mrs. Monica M. DiBease* Ms. Kristi M. Fitzgerald Heather Waite Johnston Mireille Velazquez** Green & White John T. Nettleton Stephen F. Osowski Kevin Walsh**

Class of 1982 % Participation: 2.62% Total Committed: $860 Spire Gregg Saldutti Century Karen M. Tufnell Broccoli* Marty Derer** John Elton*** Margie Keeler Laitner Green & White Michael Camardo Christine Onofrio*

Class of 1987 % Participation: 1.64% Total Committed: $2,050 Shamrock Mr. Gregory Phillips The Irish Joe Levy* Spire Colleen (Lumley) O'Brien***

Class of 1983

Class of 1988

% Participation: 3.22% Total Committed: $1,625 Shamrock Michael Tursi Century Gino Brown Diane Wasyluk Iardella*** Mr. Karl Sartor Green & White Ken & Maria (Tursi) Marini** Thomas & Leslie Tophoven McMahon Mr. Raymond Onofrio

% Participation: 3.88% 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 Karen Walsh Murphy Mrs. Valerie M. Wigginton

Class of 1984 % Participation: 2.99% Total Committed: $3,398.35 Mercy Miss Patricia Andris Spire Kathy Tobin McCabe Century Mr. Charles Atkinson** Robert & Donna Cooney Carl R. Dolente*** John and Jennifer Emers and Family Amy Walter McGinley Green & White Richard F. Smith***

Class of 1985 % Participation: 3.32% Total Committed: $3,455 The Irish Mrs. Carol Sawn Century Mrs. Mary Jane Campbell Mr. Michael Colacci Larissa Fernando Dominy Green & White Mr. Michael E. Atkinson Len Rebilas** Sharon Sochanchak Scharr* Mr. Kevin Truran

Class of 1989 % Participation: 1.58% Total Committed: $2,450 Shamrock Tom & Donna Paolini* John & Renee (Laramee) Howard Century Sara Procacci â&#x20AC;&#x201C;Wilson*

Class of 1990 % Participation: 3.56% Total Committed: $5,200 Mercy Dennis Corbett** Shamrock William & Jennifer(Stockman) Colfer The Irish Mrs. Martha Macys Abbinante* Century Aileen Ramirez Hendri Megan Faulk May Green & White John and Deb Brady** Ms. Dionne Chinn Charlene Squillace Roache***

Class of 1992 % Participation: 4.33% Total Committed: $3,425 Shamrock Ms. Marie M. Kennedy*** Brian and Kim Kirwan*** The Irish Charles A. Maimone, Jr.*** Spire Maura Madden Daniels* Century Maureen Lee Behm Danielle Doyle Daley*** Jamie Gabbett* Lori White Hockley** Green & White Jennifer Durante Miller

Class of 1993 % Participation: 3.43% Total Committed: $390 Century Ms. Regina Inverso Lovelidge* Emil & Missy (Atwell) Rotaeche** Green & White Mr.and Mrs. Kevin R. Brown Phil Mayer* Erin Callahan Santore Mrs. Lisa Kyler Winkler

Class of 1994 % Participation: 1.81% Total Committed: $1,000 The Irish Gabrielle Bieg Funke Century Elizabeth A. Cerceo Mr. Shawn P. Masterson* Zac & Dana Papa

Class of 1995 % Participation: 5.53% Total Committed: $2,330 Shamrock Mr. Patrick J. Brennan II** The Irish The Spangler Family* Century Mr. Robert F. Bergholtz* Kathleen Atwell Petti** Audrey DiCianno Sheridan Green & White Ms. Angela M. Ball Caterina Cipriani Beatty Deanna Y. Davis*** Kristi Tropp Furness Ms. Amy C. Ralbusky

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Class of 1996 % Participation: 4.35% Total Committed: $1,200 The Irish Mrs. Jaclyn Brown Brower Spire Miss Mabel L. Valladares Century Mrs. Rebecca Behen Chiarieri* Dianne R. Heck Ms. Rachel Holland*** Bill & Michelle (Clancy) Kosmaczewski Green & White Nicole Carroll Barry Charles Welch

Class of 1997 % Participation: 4.02% Total Committed: $1,625 The Irish Tim Bieg and Kate Madden ‘98 Bieg*** Spire Sarah Danley Fridy Century Mr. James Boland Bill & Michelle (Clancy) Kosmaczewski Mr. John Dulczak* Caroline Steer Green & White Gina Costantino Lindsey* Mr. Daniel Quaintance

Class of 1998

Yaiza Cruz Morrison & Meghan (Dymond) Fields* Mr. David E. Madden Elizabeth McCloskey Miller Ms. Bridget M. Notos

Class of 2001 % Participation: 7.51% Total Committed: $900 Century Don DeGrazia* Mr. Brian P. Gallagher* Gina (Tinneny) Kraft Julia Pratt Lapolla*** Green & White Elisa Gonzalez** Mr. Varsay Lewis Maureen T. Martin* Mr. Paul David Masso Miss Jennifer Lynn Pallas Miss Debra M. Tomasetti Angela Ithier Unoarumhi Colleen Byrnes Walsh Mr. Patrick Callahan Whipkey* % Participation: 2.30% Total Committed: $1,250 The Irish Brenton Hutchinson* Dom & Lisa '03 (Chambers) Paoletti Century Mr. Kevin Brennan Morgan Kelly Gans Green & White Maureen Henderson D'Adamo* % Participation: 3.00% Total Committed: $1,675 The Irish Dom '02 & Lisa (Chambers) Paoletti Drew Rosenfeld * Spire Emily Cuneo DeSmedt* Mr. Dominic Palladino, Jr.* Century Christina J. Tofani, MD* Green & White Eric '03 and Erin '06 Cangelosi Molly Whipkey Ridgway*

Class of 1999

Class of 2004

% Participation: 3.68% Total Committed: $384.34 Century Mr. James W. Atwell Tommy Holland ** Mr. Daniel D. Pike Green & White Mr. Alexander Byrnes* Larissa Shelton Morgan

% Participation: 4.19% Total Committed: $1,135 Spire Richard and Caitlin Crowell* Century Miss Kelly Killion Ms. Amber C. Simpson* Green & White Marcy Cuneo Gloria Dellaratta Meghan Kane Fabbroni Mr. James Keough Joe Staudenmayer & Kate Corbett Johnston '07 Brian Whitmore

% Participation: 4.93% Total Committed: $1,605 Shamrock Frank & Jenna Cornely Spire Mr. Harry J. Metzinger** Century Christen Casey Jeckell Green & White Mr. Jeffrey J. Bruckner

Class of 2006 % Participation: 4.94% Total Committed: $1,040 Spire Mr. Sean P. McGowan* Century Alexander Evans Howard & Christina (Guerrieri) Sexton Mr. Marc A. Vallone* Matthew Waters Green & White Benjamin Cortese* Michele DePasquale Mr. Luis C. Gaitan Christina Howard** Chelsea Lewis Mark McCloskey*

Class of 2002

% Participation: 5.96% Total Committed: $1,855 Shamrock Mr. Edward F. Brennan* The Irish Tim Bieg ’97 and Kate Madden Bieg*** Century Nicole Giannini Bailey* Mr. Michael F. Feld** Genevieve Bieg Hunter** Michelle McManus Potts Green & White Michael & Nina Dennin Mr. Paul Thomas Donato Janel Farrell Gehring Melissa Burnett Kuper Miss Beth Ann Rice Mr. Ryan Sexton

Class of 2000

Jessica Sheehan Purdy* Century Michael R. Eisenhardt** Pape Family Green & White Andrea Rell Mr. Shane M. Whipkey*

Class of 2003

Class of 2005 % Participation: 2.65% Total Committed: $1,400 The Irish Mr. Joseph H. Danfield III

Class of 2007 % Participation: 4.08% Total Committed: $875 Spire Ms. Christine F. Matera* Century Christopher J. Gillespie Timothy Higgins Jr. Ms. Allison L. Lane Mr. Ryan M. Masterson Green & White Mr. Patrick W. Crowell Mr. Phillip M. Frascarelli Joe Staudenmayer ‘04 & Kate Corbett Johnston Stephen E. Palka*** Mr. Carlo Santa Teresa*

Class of 2008 % Participation: 2.15% Total Committed: $270 Century Kevin and Grace (Cuneo) Lineman Green & White Benjamin ’09 and Lauren Brouse* Christopher Dondarski*** Ms. Alyssa Granroth David Huntsinger Chelsea Murtin Ashleigh Whitmore

Class of 2009 % Participation: 4.55% Total Committed: $935 Spire Andrew Ennis Century Griffith Family Brian Rice** Green & White Benjamin and Lauren '08 Brouse* Karen H. Cuneo** Chris Duffner** Ms. Molly C. Finnegan Maureen Higgins Patrick McCloskey Matthew O'Donnell

Class of 2010 % Participation: 4.25% Total Committed: $450 Century Mr. Tim Crawford Caitlyn Curtin* Green & White Maureen Forbes* Mr. Brian J. Gallagher Mary Kate Mangano* Bart Middleman Mark Palladino Mr. Shane O. Rowan Ms. Meghan E. Wheeler

Class of 2011 % Participation: 6.04% Total Committed: $680 Century John R. Coffey** Mr. Gregory Gardner Mr. Matthew Hoover* Emily Lenguadoro Green & White Ms. Caitlyn Brostrand Ms. Rebecca Crowell* Mr. John Hensler Ms. Colleen Knight Ms. Marykate McCloskey Ms. Rachel Murtin Ms. Katelyn Wheeler

Class of 2012 % Participation: 3.65% Total Committed: $270 Century Joseph Caputi** Green & White Mr. Matthew Brown Bridget Cailean Devlin Joseph Flemming Ms. Claire Higgins* Ms. Melissa Rodriguez Ms. Jennifer Varallo

Class of 2013 % Participation: 7.02% Total Committed: $468 Green & White Elise M. Corbett Isabella A. Dolente* Melissa Hearn Katie Lenguadoro Shannon L. McCormick Sarah Obuchowski* Michelle D. Onofrio Michael A. Osowiecki Katelynn M. Reiss* Casey M. Schmidt Frank G. Varallo, Jr. Christina Wambach

Class of 2014 % Participation: 2.82% Total Committed: $195 Century Cole Janowsky Green & White Connor Becker* Sheryl and Mario Cerrito Thomas M. Gallagher* Elizabeth Hoover

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% Participation: 1.82% Total Committed: $125 Century Caitlin J. Kenney Green & White Dimitria Albertini Christian Obuchowski Albin Rosado

AbbVie Employee Engagement Fund Discovery Search Partners Hutchinson Business Solutions, LLC Raymour & Flanigan Spire Boeing** Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC* Fidelity Charitable GlaxoSmithKline** Siemens Healthcare Century Exelon Matching Gifts for Education GE Foundation*** Norfolk Southern Foundation Matching Gifts Program PSEG Foundation*** The IFF Foundation* Green & White Hyland Levin, LLP Iron Hill Brewery, LLC Network for Good PJ Whelihan's State Street Foundation The Kula Foundation Your Cause, LLC

Class of 2017

Parents

% Participation: 4.73% Total Committed: $685 Spire Robert Smith Jack Walsh Green & White Bianca Abbate Grace Argentieri Matthew Crisci Maura Gallagher Aidan McDonald

Legacy Agnes '63 and Jim '57 Madden** Founder Joseph T. and Karen Kenney*** Midge and Mike Madden*** John and Tricia (Kenney) Wixted*** Mercy Mrs. Margaret Cassano Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Casserly*** Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Procacci** Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stefanacci, Jr. Shamrock Rick ’70 and Denise (Brady) ’77 Caruso** Mr. Tomas Corbett** Matthew D. Crumpton Mrs. Anne Frontino* Mr. & Mrs. Gregory P. Gardner Mr. Carl J. Gregorio*** Lou and Morrie Keeler*** Ms. Mary Kenney* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kiely*** Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Nanni Bill and Tricia (Hunt) O'Callaghan** Tom & Donna Paolini* Lew and Kathy Procacci*** Robert N. Viggiano*** Michael J. Ward IV** Christina and Mark Worthington*** The Irish Michael and Annemarie Byrnes*** CCHS Performing Arts Parent Association Dave and Ellie Cuneo* Mr. Timothy J. Higgins, Sr.* Jack and Maryanne Merritt** Kevin and Mary Ann O'Brien*** Michael and Kathryn Sinatra O'Callaghan* James Parry The Polashock Family* Daniel and Audrey Rice* Mr. and Mrs. John Sawn Mrs. Kathleen Sullivan** Spire Mark and Susan Arencibia Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Bieg Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan*** Dennis J. DeMayo*** John and Mary Dymond* Steven and Peggy Feld***

Class of 2015 % Participation: 6.21% Total Committed: $215 Century Michael Healy Green & White Jonathan Daverso Caroline Hearn Kelly M. O'Brien Constance Pearce Danielle Saranchak* Alexandra Valerio Annie Varallo William Ward* Kayleigh Whitmore

Class of 2016

Class of 2018 % Participation: 0.55% Total Committed: $25 Green & White Madison Rooney

Corporations and Foundations Emerald The Domenica Foundation*** Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation** Legacy Northeast Catholic Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc.* South Jersey Scholarship Fund Welsh Scholarship Founder EFM Foundation** Estate of Sara F. Kenny* Fulton Bank of New Jersey Sharkey Family Charitable Trust* The Luke W. Jordan, Jr. Foundation* The Miller Family Charitable Trust* Mercy Aramark Diocese of Camden James and Johanna Guilfoyle Trust Scholarship* Shamrock Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Grandi Family Foundation* IBM Corporation** Third Base Sports & Trophies The Irish

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Mary Ellen Tolson Flinn** Patricia A. Gotta The Hardy Family – Meghan ’08, Shea ’12, Cara ’14, Brett ’17, Lynn ’19, Faith ’21, Kyle ‘21 Charles and Andrea Maimone*** Jack and Maryanne Merritt** Isaac and Akos Nuamah* Ines Palombo** Francis and Diane Sinatra* Richard ’55 and Mary E. Muller ‘56 Smith*** Jim and Mickey Steinitz Theodore W. Walter Jr.** Colin and Mary Whipkey** Century Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel J. Argentieri* The Atwell Family Mr. Robert Bednarek Mr. Gino Brown Pat and Wally Brown** Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bruckner* Beth Picknally Camden* Mrs. Mary Jane Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Michael Caputi*** Mr. Robert Clements Mr. and Mrs. Brian Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cooney Dennis and Nancy Corbett** Buzz and Barbara Cortese** Jim Crawford Mrs. Marianne Crawford Mrs. Heather Crisci** John and Nancy Denton Kelly and Emily ’18 Devereaux* Mr. Donald Devlin Carl R. Dolente*** Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Dunn*** Pete Dunn and Migna Dunn* Bernard J. Egan, Jr. Jen Eilbacher Warren and Suzanne Faulk* Mike and Kathy Glander Fitzpatrick*** Christopher and Michele Foster Carol Ballay Gillece Mr. and Mrs. William P. Grace Joe and Jean Grzybowski ‘66 Dianne R. Heck Ms. Marylou Higgins* Mr. Thomas Holland*** Ms. Patricia Huerta Patrick Hughes Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson Ms. Christy Jagielo Mr. Michael S. Keating Maureen Keller* Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Labaczewski** Mr. & Mrs. Matt Lenguadoro Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lineman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lisnak Ms. Terry Long* Mr. and Mrs. James Lumley Sr.*** Raj Mackara* Mrs. Carleen McCarthy Denise and Dan McCormick** Mrs. Sharon McDonnell** Ms. Michelle P. McGlone Mr. Thomas J. McHugh, Jr.* Mr. Thomas J. McHugh* Cono A. Micale** Mr. and Mrs. Jason Miles Mr. Dennis Mohan** Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Murtin* Joey Murtin Andres Novoa*

John Obuchowski* Mrs. Kathryn D. Osowiecki Mr. and Mrs. Martin Otremsky Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pagano Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Paoletti Mrs. Barbara A. Paolini Mrs. Barbara Prior Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rapa Mr. Dennis P. Rooney Mr. Stephen Rybacki Mr. Walter Sandell Frank Scola Mrs. Diane Stoelker-Stern* Mr. & Mrs. William Van Es Mrs. Elizabeth A. Walker* Mrs. Maryann Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Weismer Mrs. Patricia Zielinski Joseph A. Cuzzupe & Co., Inc. Green & White Mrs. Nilda Albertini Mrs. Patricia Anderson Mr. Michael E. Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baranowski Monique Beasley Mrs. Patricia Becker Maryellen Bergholtz Ms. Patricia Brennan Mr. Francis Busillo Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Caputi** Mrs. Clare Carmody Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cornely Dr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Cortese** Mrs. Theresa Cortese Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Crowell** Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowell Michael Cunning Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Daverso Mr. John DeLuca Sr. Mrs. Libby DelViscio Mrs. Jacqueline DeNote Mrs. Nancy Denton Mr. Gerald Derer Mrs. Edythe Derman Ms. Katherine Dewechter Mr. Joseph D. Duffin, Jr.*** Ms. Patricia Francescone Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Francesconi Mrs. Dorothy Gladden Michele Granieri Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Granroth Kristina Guerra Mrs. Annmarie Guerrieri Mrs. Pamela Heck Kathleen Hoban Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover Mr. and Mrs. John Jefferson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kane, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirwan* Mrs. Maureen A. Kozempel Mrs. Dena LaPata Mr. and Mrs. Chris Malitsky Ms. Maureen T. Martin* Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Martorano Mr. and Mrs. William J. Mattia Mr. and Mrs. Karl McConnell Mrs. Helen McConville Ms. Denise McHugh* Mr. and Mrs. Robert McHugh* Jim Miller** Mrs. Karen M. Murphy Mrs. Tara Murray James Norman Rosemary E. O'Connor Christine Onofrio*

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Mr. Raymond Onofrio Dawn S. Palka** Dominic and Christine Palladino* Mrs. Regina C. Parker Mrs. Kelly Powell Lorraine Gloster Powell** Mrs. Minnie Rebilas Susan Rosica Mr. Mauro Sanchirico Steven and Lisa Schmidt* Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Sheehan Mr. Gerard Spadaro Suzanne Torres Jane A. Grady Whalen* Mrs. Karen Whitmore Mrs. Valerie M. Wigginton Mr. Thomas H. Wilkie Mr. Kevin Zelinsky**

Students Shamrock CCHS Student Government* Century Gillian F. Kenney Nicholas Heubel Green & White Patrick Hu The Irwin Family Sam Kasilowski Chris McGill Jack Rabenhorst Keyra Reyes Jadin Shaw

Friends Emerald Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell*** Charles and Mary Saile** Legacy Ms. Anne Koons* Founder Peter S. Dooner III** Shamrock Rev. Msgr. William Brennan*** James C. Curvey Mr. Eaton Goldthwaite** The Irish Rosalie Hypolite Spire Mrs. Patricia Behen David A. MacDonald** Gerald and Lee Ann Maginnis Frank and Mary Beth McCann Patti, Jim, John, Janet & Diane Murtin David M. Ragonese*** Century Catherine Ambrose Frederick Bauer John J. Belancio Eleanor Bierschenk* Jaclyn Brando Gil Brooks Shawn Carlin Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colasanto** Donna L. Conkwright Don and Mary Ann Cunningham* Joseph R. Eisenhardt*** Mike Ferris** Gregg Forebaugh Richard L. Gordon Susan Hughes Rich & Gail Kenney Donna Kenney Eileen Kowal

John McDonnell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Menig Steven Millard Rita A. Morrison Carmel O'Connor Frank O'Connor Kelly Riley David D. Ring Mr. & Mrs. Dino Ripa Jymme and David Szurek** Msgr. James R. Tracy** Patti and Ken Villano* David and Katherine Zaiser Green & White Sally Barnes Roe Bernard Rachel Bliss Lisa Browning Diana Buono John Capriotti Mary & Tom Carlson Leonard Caromano Diana Caromano Lori Clayton Paul Conlin Jacqueline Davis Antonio J. Damico James De Angelo Phyllis Dennis Rosemarie DiGregorio Cindy Dolan John Duffner Shirley G. Dunn Maryellen Franklin Mary P. Gamon Melissa Gardner Mary Gerkin Kim Hall Diane Horn Timothy J. Hesser Kristin Hiemburger Sidra Hobbs-Fernie Francis Hodgson Linda Horsman Stefanie Ilagan Leroy A. Jackson Donald Jellig Jane Johnston* Lyle Karn Janet Keane Tracy Krasner Carmen LaRosa Michael V. Latini Becky Leatherman Christine Levenson Ave Maria Liersaph Paula Madariaga Catherine H. Marlowe Mary Ellen McBride Mary McDermott* Jean McVeigh Dorothy A. Meldrum Elaine Nixon Gary S. O'Brien John F. O'Melia Jennifer O'Toole Tiffany Pereira George A. Prutting Peter Rosica Sister Mary Stanislaus RSM William Rutter Marge Szot Karen Sampson Michele Smial Mary Spillane

Juliann Stewart Mary Stinger Mark Tillman Kelly Toomey Janet Tumelty Marilyn Vega Freida Virnelli Maryanne B. Woytowicz

Faculty and Staff The Irish Kate Bieg*** Andrew E. Martin*** Kathleen Sullivan** Spire David A. MacDonald** Christine Matera* Jack & Maryanne Merritt* Mary Whipkey** Century Barbara Cortese** James Crawford Heather Crisci** Michael DeMeo** Kathryn DiCamillo* Dr. & Mrs. Leroy Dunn*** Gregory Gardner Dianne Heck Matthew Hoover* Martin Nelson* Howie Sexton

Jennifer Van Es Doug Wallace Eileen Wilkinson Green & White Nicole Barry Julie Bittinger Jeffrey J. Bruckner Anne Buroojy* Michael Carandang Ann Clinton Diane Crowell** Rebecca Crowell* Michael DeNorman Elizabeth Gallagher Kelly Gillin James P. Keough Varsay O. Lewis Sherry Long Arlene Magnaye Arthur Martin Joanne McTamney Noemi A. Merenyi Lindsey Murphy* Kyle Nichols Joya Oasin* Pamela Palazzo* Kelly Powell Theresa Ryan-Szott Lindsay Scheuer* Maureen Sullivan Colleen Byrnes Walsh*

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Annual Report of Gifts IRISH GIVING DAY DONORS Bianca Abbate Mrs. Eleanor Cruciani Abiuso Mrs. Nilda Arroyo Albertini Marie Cianci Alemi Patricia C. Alemi John M. Altadonna Catherine Ambrose Patricia Anderson Anonymous Mark and Susana Arencibia Grace Argentieri Mr. Al Atkinson Mr. Michael E. Atkinson Mr. James W. Atwell The Atwell Family Nicole Giannini Bailey Noreen Nugent Baker Therese McCurdy Baker Ms. Angela M. Ball Mary Anne McAnally Baltish Hyland Levin, LLP Sally Barnes Nicole Carroll Barry Frederick Bauer Monique Beasley Caterina Cipriani Beatty Mrs. Patricia Moran Becker Connor Becker Mrs. Patricia Behen Maureen Lee Behm Dolores Mecca Bendorf Bill Bennett Mr. Robert F. Bergholtz Maryellen Bergholtz Roe Bernard Rita Macey Bernert Carol Olesiewicz Kathy Berry Tim Bieg and Kate Madden Bieg Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Bieg Jim Bigley Adrienne Vece Bilotta Julie Bittinger Rachel Bliss Mr. James Boland Kathryn Braun Bolich Susanne Miazga Bower Mary Ann (Martin) Boylan Jaclyn Brando Mr. Patrick J. Brennan II Mr. Edward F. Brennan Mr. Kevin Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Brennan Patricia Brennan Mary Breslin Gil Brooks Ms. Caitlyn Brostrand Mrs. Jaclyn Brown Brower Gino Brown Pat and Wally Brown Mr.and Mrs. Kevin R. Brown Mr. Matthew Brown Lisa Browning Mr. Jeffrey J. Bruckner Diana Buono Robert B. Burke Anne and Steve Buroojy Mr. Alexander Byrnes Mary E. Cahill Beth Picknally Camden Mrs. Mary Jane Campbell

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Eric and Erin Cangelosi John Capriotti Mike & Kathy Caputi Paul & Sandra Caputi Michael Carandang Mr. John Carley Mary & Tom Carlson Leonard Caromano Diana Caromano Mr. Terry Carr Patricia A. Carr Ernest (Ernie) J. Caruso Mr. Bill Casey Joan Catani James Catrambone Sheryl and Mario Cerrito Mrs. Rebecca Behen Chiarieri Ms. Dionne Chinn Mary Charles Clark Josephine (Wilson) Clausen Lori Clayton Tom & Sheila Clifford Ann Clinton John R. Coffey Mr. Michael Colacci William & Jennifer (Stockman) Colfer Jeanne and Blaise Cona Paul Conlin Robert & Donna Cooney Jack Corbett Mr. Tomas Corbett Dennis Corbett Mary Dianna Corbett Elise M. Corbett Dennis and Nancy Corbett Frank and Lisa Cornely Mrs. Theresa Cortese Buzz and Barbara Cortese Benjamin Cortese Patricia M Beckman Costello Jim Crawford Mrs. Marianne Crawford Helen Crawford Mr. Tim Crawford Heather & Richard Crisci Matthew Crisci Diane & Richard Crowell Richard and Caitlin Crowell Mr. Patrick W. Crowell Ms. Rebecca Crowell Matthew D. Crumpton Yaiza Cruz Mrs. Denise Culkin Carl P. and Eileen Cuneo Marcy Cuneo Dave and Ellie Cuneo Karen H. Cuneo Michael and Annette Cunning Caitlyn Curtin Maureen Henderson D'Adamo Danielle Doyle Daley Mr. Joseph H. Danfield III Maura Madden Daniels Emma E. Darpino Jonathan Daverso The Daverso Family Jacqueline Davis Don DeGrazia Pietro Del Re Elaine Del Rossi

Dr. Mark DeLaurentis Mr. Anthony M. DelVecchio Dennis DeMayo Mr. Michael DeMeo Michael & Nina Dennin Phyllis Dennis Michael DeNorman Mrs. Jacqueline Graber DeNote John and Nancy Denton Michele DePasquale Patricia DePersia-Westerfer Kathleen Montgomery DePetris Vice Admiral Nanette DeRenzi Ray and Edythe Derman Emily Cuneo DeSmedt Kelly and Emily '18 Devereaux Bridget Cailean Devlin Mrs. Monica M. DiBease Ms. Kathryn DiCamillo Leslie Dickinson Kathryn C. DiGiacomo Rosemarie DiGregorio Patricia Dillenschneider Rich & Bernadette (Clements) DiLullo Andrew DiMaio Peter DiMarco Mrs. Dana DiNardo-Bealin Cindy Dolan Carl R. Dolente Joyce Endt Donahue Mr. Paul Thomas Donato Christopher Dondarski Peter S. Dooner III Edwin Dougherty Michael Doyle Carole Halsey Drucis Joseph Duffin Jr. Chris Duffner John Duffner Kathleen Smith Duffy Anna Fullmer Dugan Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Dunn Pete and Migna Dunn John and Mary Dymond Carol Cooney Eckerl Bernard J. Egan Dolores Eilbacher Jen Eilbacher George Eisele & Ellen Lawrence-Lee John and Jennifer Emers and Family Andrew Ennis Thomas and Paula Escott Lizzio Meghan Kane Fabbroni Dennis Fabritiis Warren and Suzanne Faulk Mr. Michael F. Feld Steven & Peggy Feld Patricia "Dooley" Fennimore Jacqueline Phipps Ferrell Morrison & Meghan (Dymond) Fields Dru (Garton) Filiberto Ms. Molly C. Finnegan Barbara Fisher Ms. Kristi M. Fitzgerald Irene Fitzsimmons Joseph Flemming Mary Ellen Tolson Flinn Gregg Forebaugh Christopher and Michele Foster Patricia Francescone

Maryellen Franklin Mr. Phillip M. Frascarelli Sarah Danley Fridy Donna Hooven Frithsen Anne Uhland Frontino Gabrielle Bieg Funke Kristi Tropp Furness Jamie Gabbett Nancy O'Donnell- Gaddis Mr. Luis C. Gaitan Mr. Brian J. Gallagher Thomas M. Gallagher Maura Gallagher Joe Galliera Helen Arbeiter Gambogi Morgan Kelly Gans Jean Tasch Gardner Mr. Gregory Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Gardner Melissa Gardner Kathleen Gramigna Garrity Bob Gartland Janel Farrell Gehring Mary Gerkin Carol Ballay Gillece Clayton J. Gillette Kelly Gillin Tony & Lynn Giorgio Honorable Rochelle Gizinski Dorothy Gladden Elisa Gonzalez Patricia Amendolia Gotta Mrs. Kristina Branca Gozdan Michele Granieri Ms. Alyssa Granroth William Green Griffith Family Mr. Charles Grimley Kate Wilson Grohe Jean & Joe Grzybowski Kristina Guerra Mrs. Annmarie Guerrieri Joseph W. Haldeman Kim Hall Mary Oberst Hallion Mary Hunt Harding The Hardy Family Carole Chilcott Hare Dolores R. Hatch Michael Healy Melissa Hearn Caroline Hearn Dianne R. Heck Pamela Huhn Heck Rita K. Heeter Mr. John Hensler Mr. Thomas Henwood Mary Anne Hess Nicholas Heubel Kristin Hiemburger Mr. Timothy Higgins Timothy Higgins Jr. Maureen Higgins Ms. Claire Higgins Marylou Higgins Richard & Carol Hoag Kathleen Hoban Charles R. Hobbs, Jr. Bill Hobbs Lori White Hockley Francis Hodgson

Mr. Matthew Hoover Elizabeth Hoover Chuck and Terry Hoover Diane Horn Louise Prause Houwen Nancy Domako Howard Patrick Hu Patricia Huerta Susan Hughes Genevieve Bieg Hunter David Huntsinger John M. Hurley Joan Gaffney Hurley Mary Jane Hurley Brant Brenton Hutchinson Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson Diane Wasyluk Iardella Stefanie Ilagan The Irwin Family Christy Jagielo John and Omega Jefferson Donald Jellig Heather Waite Johnston Bob & Mary Kane Sam Kasilowski Bernadette Wolfram Kavanaugh Mrs. Claire Keane Michael Keating Lou and Morrie Keeler Maureen Keller Frank Kelly Paul & Lorraine (Healey) Kelly Richard J. Kelly Eleanor Martello Kelly Joseph T. and Karen Kenney Marge "Cookie" Kenney Rich & Gail Kenney Ms. Mary Kenney Mr. James Keough Patricia Mallon Keppeler Miss Kelly Killion Ms. Colleen Knight Phyllis Horn Koch Mr. Jeffrey Koelsch Mike Kondrla Bill & Michelle (Clancy) Kosmaczewski Maureen Pacan Kozempel Gina (Tinneny) Kraft Tracy Krasner Ms. Paula Krebs Melissa Burnett Kuper Harry J. Kyler Maria La Pella Dr. Robert and Linda Mroz Labaczewski Margie Keeler Laitner Patricia Nicktern Lanard Ms. Allison L. Lane Dena LaPata Carmen LaRosa Mrs. Emily LaScala Leonard Lazarick Sr. Brian Leahy Becky Leatherman Mr. & Mrs. Matt Lenguadoro Emily Lenguadoro Katie Lenguadoro Christine Levenson Janet Sereno Lewis Mr. Varsay Lewis

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Annual Report of Gifts IRISH GIVING DAY DONORS (CONTINUED) Mary Costello Lickfeld Ave Maria Liersaph Kevin and Grace (Cuneo) Lineman Eileen V.( Becker) Lish Joseph and Diann Lisnak Warner Lombardi Terry Long Ms. Regina Inverso Lovelidge Col. William J. Lynch, (Ret) Jack & Teddy (McCullough) Lyons David A. MacDonald Raj Mackara Agnes and Jim Madden Midge and Mike Madden Mr. David E. Madden Elizabeth Madden Black Patrick & Margaret (McKee) Madison Mr. Jack Magee Arlene Magnaye Chris and Patty Malitsky Barbara Jennis Malone Mary Kate Mangano Gerry Barbera Marchetty Anthony Marcozzi Mr. Ray C. Marini Ken & Maria (Tursi) Marini Mr. Louis Marshall Maryanne Taylor Marshall Msgr. Andrew Martin Maureen T. Martin Mercy A. Martin Arthur Martin Joe Martorano Bernice Massi Mr. Paul David Masso Mr. Shawn P. Masterson Mr. Ryan M. Masterson Ms. Christine F. Matera Mr. and Mrs. William J. Mattia Constance McAneney Mary Ellen McBride Frank and Mary Beth McCann Carleen Bierschenk McCarthy Patrick R. McCarty Mr. James McCauley Mary Puzzutiello McClaine Patrick McCloskey Ms. Marykate McCloskey Joseph McColgan Mr.and Mrs. Karl McConnell Denise (Hewitson) and Dan McCormick Shannon L. McCormick Mr. Michael F. McCurdy Mary McDermott Dennis McDonald Aidan McDonald Dan McElroy Marge Hutchinson McElroy Chris McGill Amy Walter McGinley Joseph McGinley Gillian and Connon McGlone Mr. Sean P. McGowan Mr. James M. McGrath TJ, Denise, & Braeden McHugh Mr. Thomas J. McHugh Robert and Sharon McHugh Major General (Ret.) James McIntosh

Francis P. McLaughlin Marge McLaughlin Thomas & Leslie Tophoven McMahon Kelly Ann Sweeney-McMullin James McNasby Joanne McTamney Jean McVeigh Dorothy A. Meldrum Merenyi Family Jack & Maryanne Merritt Paul Messina Mr. Harry J. Metzinger Bart Middleman Barbara Ann Fitzpatrick Milch Jason and Joannie Miles Jennifer Durante Miller Jim Miller Greg Moffatt Dennis Mohan Teresa Morgan Edward Moseley Miss Beth Ann Rice Fran & Pat Mulroy Karen Walsh Murphy Lindsey Murphy Tara Murray Joe and Debbie Murtin Joey Murtin Chelsea Murtin Ms. Rachel Murtin Al & Lynda Nanni Joe Nardi Kyle Nichols Elaine Nixon Patricia Sirna Nordt James Norman Ms. Bridget M. Notos Andres Novoa Isaac and Akos Nuamah Marianela Nunez Joya Oasin Pat and Colleen O'Brien Kevin & Mary Ann O'Brien Kelly M. O'Brien Sarah Obuchowski John Obuchowski Christian Obuchowski Michael and Kathryn Sinatra O'Callaghan Carmel O'Connor Frank O'Connor Mr. Robert O'Donnell Matthew O'Donnell Gail Dalsey O'Neill Virginia Onofrio Christine Onofrio Michelle D. Onofrio Kathy Osowiecki Michael A. Osowiecki Jennifer O'Toole Martin and Colleen Otremsky Ms. Pamela Palazzo Patricia (McMullin) Palermino Dawn S. Palka Stephen E. Palka Dominic and Christine Palladino Mr. Dominic Palladino, Jr. Mark Palladino Miss Jennifer Lynn Pallas Judith Panetta

Patricia Panzone Dom & Lisa (Chambers) Paoletti Tom & Donna Paolini Mrs. Barbara Forte Paolini Zac & Dana Papa John W. Pasquarello Sister Dolores Patterson, RSM David Patzer William R. Paull Constance Pearce Tiffany Pereira Dr. Doreen Fretz-Perez Michael Perfetto Kathleen B. Perogine Richard H. Perry Idanis Peter-Diaz Greg Peterson Kathleen Atwell Petti Claire Pfeffer Howard Pfeffer Mr. Gregory Phillips Mr. Daniel D. Pike Mr. & Mrs. Pepe Piperno Ms. Mary F. Platt Mark A. Platzer Joann & Jim Polashock Michelle McManus Potts Lorraine Gloster Powell Kelly Powell Mrs. Barbara Prior Michael Procacci, Jr. Michael Procacci Sara Procacci -Wilson Kristen and Jack Pund Jessica Sheehan Purdy Mrs. Julia Bilodeau Purdy Mr. Daniel Quaintance Eileen Horan Rabbitt Jack Rabenhorst Mr. Dean Ragone Phil and Jo Raimondo Ms. Amy C. Ralbusky Dave and Pat Reader '50 Len Rebilas Mrs. Minnie Rebilas Eugene J. Reilly Katelynn M. Reiss Andrea Rell Mrs. Rosemarie A. Remick Keyra Reyes Daniel and Audrey Rice Brian Rice Molly Whipkey Ridgway Kelly Riley Kathy Phillips Robbins Terry and Rosemarie Robson Ms. Melissa Rodriguez Dennis Rooney Madison Rooney Albin Rosado Susan Rosica Peter Rosica Joanne Bancer Rossa Emil & Missy (Atwell) Rotaeche Mr. Shane O. Rowan Ken and Lee Ann Ruiz Theresa Ryan-Szott Stephen Rybacki Terry & Steve Sachson Gregg Saldutti Karen Sampson

Mr. Mauro Sanchirico Mr. Walter Sandell Mr. Carlo Santa Teresa Erin Callahan Santore Danielle Saranchak Mrs. Carol Sawn Donna Spence Scanlon Sharon Sochanchak Scharr Edward Schemenski Charles Schepacarter Lindsay Scheuer Linda M. Schilling and James Golubieski Tom and Patty Schlett Mr. Dave Schlitz Casey M. Schmidt Steven and Lisa Schmidt Michael Schofield Frank Scola Rev. Msgr. Leonard Scott Mr. Ryan Sexton Howard & Christina (Guerrieri) Sexton Ed Sexton Janice Caniglia Shapiro Elaine Sirna Shaughnessy Jadin Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Sheehan Mary Murray Sheil Audrey DiCianno Sheridan Marie Pagliaro Shreves Patricia Martin Sinon Rosanna Lyford Slobodian Thomas A. Smaldore Richard and Mary E. Muller Smith Ms. Elizabeth M. Smith Catherine M. Smith Robert Smith Mrs. Barbara Smyth Kathleen Spadaro The Spangler Family Mary Spillane Joanne Cassidy Spirito Eileen Quinlan Stallings Albert W. Stanley Joe Staudenmayer & Kate Corbett Johnston Caroline Steer Joe Steinhagen Juliann Stewart Mr. Thomas Stilley Rear Admiral Joseph and Barbara Strasser Kathleen Sullivan Maureen Sullivan Joe & Andrea Sweeney Raymond J. Swissler Marge Szot Jymme and David Szurek Anonymous '62 Ralph & Heather (Enriquez) Tallman Kathleen Johnson Taylor Donna Crovetti Taylor Kathleen DiPascale Thorp Suzanne Tierney Mark Tillman Christina J. Tofani, MD Josephine Leonardo Tomanchio Miss Debra M. Tomasetti Kelly Toomey Vincent Torno

Suzanne Torres Lois Quigley Trani Doreen Troche Mr. Kevin Truran Janet Tumelty Mr. Joe Uhland Angela Ithier Unoarumhi Alexandra Valerio Miss Mabel L. Valladares Mr. Marc A. Vallone Jenn and Billy Van Es Ms. Jennifer Varallo Frank G. Varallo, Jr. Annie Varallo Marilyn Vega Mireille Velazquez Mary Lou McCarthy Venella Ursula Amendolia Vermillion Michae Viggiano, Jr. Robert N. Viggiano Pauline Villa Freida Virnelli Helena Gowan Volansky Eliz (Betty) Sexton Walker Maryann Classick Wallace Colleen Byrnes Walsh Jack Walsh Theodore W. Walter Jr. Christina Wambach Michael J. Ward William Ward Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherby Gloria Maccaroni Patricia Lynch Weber Andrew and Dawn Weismer Charles Welch Charles "Chief" Welch Sister Patricia Welsh, RSM Deacon John Werner Jane A. Grady Whalen Ms. Meghan E. Wheeler Ms. Katelyn Wheeler Mr. Patrick Callahan Whipkey Mr. Shane M. Whipkey Colin & Mary Whipkey The Whitmore Family Mrs. Valerie M. Wigginton Ms. Kristin Koelsch Wikol Ruth L. Wilkerson Thomas H. Wilkie Eileen F. Wilkinson Mr. Craig M. Williams Marie Collier Wilmot Mrs. Lisa Kyler Winkler Stanley H. Winner Pete Wish Tricia (Kenney) and John Wixted David and Katherine Zaiser Joe Zambetti Patricia May Zielinski Boeing CCHS Student Body CCHS Performing Arts Parent Association EFM Foundation GlaxoSmithKline GE Foundation IBM Corporation PJ Whelihan's The IFF Foundation Third Base Sports & Trophies

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Annual Report of Gifts FIRST TIME DONORS Bianca Abbate AbbVie Employee Engagement Fund Mrs. Eleanor Cruciani Abiuso Patricia C. Alemi Catherine Ambrose Patricia Anderson Grace Argentieri Ms. Angela M. Ball Sally Barnes Frederick Bauer Monique Beasley Caterina Cipriani Beatty Mrs. Patricia Moran Becker Mr. Brian Beckett John J. Belancio Maryellen Bergholtz Roe Bernard Julie Bittinger Rachel Bliss Jaclyn Brando Ms. Caitlyn Brostrand Mr. Matthew Brown Lisa Browning Diana Buono Michael Camardo John Capriotti Mr. John Carley Mary & Tom Carlson Leonard Caromano Diana Caromano Terry Mayer Cataleno James Catrambone CCHS Performing Arts Parent Association Ms. Dionne Chinn Thomas Cimino Class of 1952 Class of 1966 Class of 1997 Lori Clayton Ann Clinton

Thank you to the following alumni, parents and friends who made their first gift to Camden Catholic this year. William & Jennifer(Stockman) Colfer Donna L. Conkwright Paul Conlin Robert & Donna Cooney Elise M. Corbett Mr. Tim Crawford Matthew Crisci Matthew D. Crumpton Mrs. Denise Culkin Michael and Annette Cunning James C. Curvey Danielle Doyle Daley Antonio J. Damico Jacqueline Davis James De Angelo Mrs. Libby DelViscio Phyllis Dennis Michael DeNorman Leslie Dickinson Rosemarie DiGregorio Cindy Dolan Larissa Fernando Dominy John Duffner Shirley G. Dunn Dolores Eilbacher Jen Eilbacher Meghan Kane Fabbroni Jacqueline Phipps Ferrell Rev. John Fisher OSFS Gregg Forebaugh Maryellen Franklin Mr. Phillip M. Frascarelli Kristi Tropp Furness Mr. Luis C. Gaitan Mr. Brian J. Gallagher Maura Gallagher Mary P. Gamon Morgan Kelly Gans Mr. Gregory Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Gardner Melissa Gardner

Janel Farrell Gehring Mary Gerkin Miss Patricia Andris Kelly Gillin Dorothy Gladden Richard L. Gordon Michele Granieri Ms. Alyssa Granroth Kristina Guerra Kim Hall The Hardy Family - Meghan '08, Shea '12, Cara '14, Brett '17, Lynn '19, Faith '21, Kyle '21 Pamela Huhn Heck Aileen Ramirez Hendri Mr. John Hensler Timothy J. Hesser Nicholas Heubel Kristin Hiemburger Kathleen Hoban Francis Hodgson Diane Horn Linda Horsman John & Renee (Laramee) Howard Patrick Hu Susan Hughes Mr. Patrick Hughes Rosalie Hypolite Stefanie Ilagan Iron Hill Brewery, LLC Leroy A. Jackson John and Omega Jefferson Donald Jellig Joseph A. Cuzzupe & Co., Inc. Lyle Karn Sam Kasilowski Janet Keane Donna Kenney Mr. James Keough Diane Kilker & Siblings Miss Kelly Killion Ms. Colleen Knight

Tracy Krasner Ms. Paula Krebs Dena LaPata Larc School Carmen LaRosa Mrs. Emily LaScala Michael V. Latini Becky Leatherman Christine Levenson Ave Maria Liersaph Sherry Long Mrs. Phyllis Lynch Paula Madariaga Gerald and Lee Ann Maginnis Arlene Magnaye Anthony Marcozzi Catherine H. Marlowe Mr. Louis Marshall Arthur Martin Mr. David C. Massara Mr. Paul David Masso Carol Lanza Mayer and Gerry Mayer Mary Ellen McBride Frank and Mary Beth McCann Ms. Marykate McCloskey Shannon L. McCormick Aidan McDonald John McDonnell Chris McGill Amy Walter McGinley Jean McVeigh Dorothy A. Meldrum Steven Millard Jennifer Durante Miller Jim Miller Rita A. Morrison Miss Beth Ann Rice Ms. Rachel Murtin Network For Good Elaine Nixon Ms. Bridget M. Notos Kelly M. O'Brien Gary S. O'Brien Carmel O'Connor Frank O'Connor John F. O'Melia Michelle D. Onofrio Jennifer O'Toole Lucy O'Toole Miss Jennifer Lynn Pallas Patricia Panzone Dom & Lisa (Chambers) Paoletti Mrs. Barbara Forte Paolini Zac & Dana Papa Pape Family Constance Pearce Susan F. Pedroni Tiffany Pereira Dr. Doreen Fretz-Perez Idanis Peter-Diaz Kelly Powell Mrs. Barbara Prior

George A. Prutting Mr. Daniel Quaintance Jack Rabenhorst Raymour & Flanigan Andrea Rell Mrs. Rosemarie A. Remick Keyra Reyes Kelly Riley David D. Ring Mr. & Mrs. Dino Ripa Kathy Phillips Robbins Ms. Melissa Rodriguez Madison Rooney Susan Rosica Peter Rosica Mr. Shane O. Rowan Mrs. Joann Rubino Theresa Ryan-Szott Stephen Rybacki Karen Sampson Erin Callahan Santore Mrs. Carol Sawn Frank Scola Mr. Ryan Sexton Howard & Christina (Guerrieri) Sexton Jadin Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Sheehan Marcella T. Sheppard Michele Smial Carolyn (Troendle) Smith Robert Smith Mary Spillane Joe Staudenmayer & Kate Corbett Johnston Caroline Steer Juliann Stewart Maureen Sullivan Marge Szot Barbara Natale Thompson Mark Tillman Miss Debra M. Tomasetti Kelly Toomey Suzanne Torres Jurgen Troost Mr. Kevin Truran Janet Tumelty Angela Ithier Unoarumhi Jennifer and William Van Es Marilyn Vega Freida Virnelli Sandy Downes Kelly A. Walker Jack Walsh Christina Wambach Ms. Katelyn Wheeler Eileen F. Wilkinson Maryanne B. Woytowicz Mr. Joseph J. Wright

Alumni veterans and Mrs. Mary Whipkey honor veterans at the annual Thanksgiving football game.

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Annual Report of Gifts RESTRICTED GIFTS Irish Blessing Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belz Mr. Christopher Burns Mr. and Mrs. Brian Connelly Mr. Dennis T. Corbett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coyle Mr. Brian P. Gallagher Mrs. Mary E. Gramigna Mr. Charles Grimley Mr. Cole M. Janowsky Mr. and Mrs. Michael Johnston Mr. John Keating Mr. James Kiefer Mr. Jeffrey Koelsch Mr. Mark S. McCloskey, Jr. Mrs. Sharon McDonnell Mr. Robert Murtin Mr. Mark A. Platzer Mr. Lewis N. Procacci CLU Mr. Drew M. Rosenfeld Mr. Karl Sartor Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Tallman IV Mr. and Mrs. John Wixted Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wood John P. Carey, Jr. Scholarship Exelon Matching Gifts For Education Library Fund Mr. Ernest Caruso Michael Schaffer '84 Scholarship Fund Mrs. Pat Brown Rich & Joan Kenny Scholarship Fund John J. Belancio Donna L. Conkwright

Antonio J. Damico Mary P. Gamon Richard L. Gordon Timothy J. Hesser Linda Horsman Leroy A. Jackson Lyle Karn Janet Keane Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kennedy Donna Kenney Ms. Mary Kenney Mrs. Marjorie Kenney Michael V. Latini Mary Beth C. McCann John McDonnell Steven Millard Rita A. Morrison Gary S. O'Brien John F. O'Melia David D. Ring Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sinatra Mr. and Mrs. John Wixted GE Foundation Science Mr. Robert T. Healey Sister Mary Scholarship Fund Class of 1952 Tom Kenney Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cunningham Mr. Joseph T. Kenney Tuition Assistance Aramark Mr. Anthony Arechavala, Esq. Mr. Al Atkinson Mrs. Therese A. Baker Mrs. Nicole Barry

Mrs. Caterina Beatty Mr. Connor R. Becker Mrs. Patricia Behen Mrs. Maureen E. Behm Mr. James Bigley Ms. Patricia Brennan Mr. Jeffrey J. Bruckner Mary & Tom Carlson Mrs. Rebecca P. Chiarieri Mrs. Mary Clark Mrs. Josephine A. Clausen Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clifford Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Cortese Mr. Benjamin E. Cortese Mrs. Theresa Cortese Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crowell Ms. Yaiza Cruz Mr. Joseph H. Danfield III Mr. Donald DeGrazia Jr. Mr. Pietro Del Re Dr. Mark DeLaurentis Mr. Dennis J. DeMayo Mrs. Jacqueline DeNote Mrs. Patricia DePersia-Westerfer Mr. Andrew J. DiMaio Mr. Robert P. DiStanislao Mr. Michael T. Doyle Mr. John Dulczak Mrs. Carol Eckerl Gregg Forebaugh Mrs. Kristi Furness Mrs. Nancy Gaddis Mr. Luis C. Gaitan Mr. Christopher J. Gillespie Mr. Anthony Giorgio Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover Mr. and Mrs. George Hutchinson Mrs. Claire Keane Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelly Ms. Anne Koons

Ms. Paula Krebs Ms. Maria La Pella Mrs. Margie Laitner Mr. John Langan and Ms. Judith Nadell Ms. Emily Lenguadoro Mrs. Gina Lindsey Ms. Elizabeth R. Madden-Black Mr. Jack Magee Mr. Ryan M. Masterson Mr. Philip E. Mayer Jr. Dr. Constance M. McAneney Mary Beth C. McCann Mr. Dan McElroy Mr. James M. McGrath Major General (Ret.) James McIntosh Mrs. Jennifer L. Miller Mrs. Karen M. Murphy Mr. Joseph Nardi Ms. Susan E. Nevins Andres Novoa Ms. Marianela Nunez Mr. Patrick O'Brien Mr. Matthew J. O'Donnell Ms. Michelle D. Onofrio Ms. Idanis Peter-Diaz Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Phillips Mr. and Mrs. John Pund Jessica Sheehan Purdy Mrs. Charlene Squillace Roache Mr. Dean Ragone Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Reed Ms. Katelynn M. Reiss Mr. and Mrs. Terrence M. Robson Mr. Albin R. Rosado Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Saile Mr. Charles A. Schepacarter Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Sheehan Mrs. Mary Short

Mrs. Colleen L. Spangler Ms. Caroline L. Steer Juliann Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. Torno Ms. Alexandra N. Valerio Ms. Ann M. Varallo Mr. Francis G. Varallo, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Varallo Ms. Mireille Velazquez Mr. Michael Viggiano Ms. Christina Wambach Mr. and Mrs. William J. Weatherby Mrs. Valerie M. Wigginton Boeing Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation Estate of Sara F. Kenny Ethel Mae Hocker Foundation Fulton Bank of New Jersey GE Foundation James and Johanna Guilfoyle Trust Scholarship Northeast Catholic Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. Sharkey Family Charitable Trust The Domenica Foundation The Luke W. Jordan, Jr. Foundation The Miller Family Charitable Trust

Performing Arts Ms. Bianca Abbate Mrs. Nilda Albertini Ms. Angela M. Ball Mrs. Kathy Berry Jon & Deb Brady Mr. Alexander Byrnes Mrs. Beth Camden Ms. Sherri L. Cerrito Ms. Caitlyn M. Curtin Mr. and Mrs. Morrison F. Fields Mrs. Anne Frontino Mr. & Mrs. Gregory P. Gardner Mrs. Jean Gardner Miss Patricia Andris Mr. Michael D. Healy, Jr.

Ms. Marylou Higgins Mr. Matthew Hoover Ms. Elizabeth F. Hoover Ms. Marie M. Kennedy Mr. Joseph T. Kenney Mrs. Phyllis Koch Ms. Terry Long Mr. David A. MacDonald Ms. Mary Kathryn Mangano Joe Martorano Mr. Paul D. Masso Ms. Marykate McCloskey Mr. Aidan J. McDonald Mrs. Kathryn D. O'Callaghan Mr. Michael A. Osowiecki Mrs. Kathryn D. Osowiecki

Mrs. Barbara Prior Mr. and Mrs. John Sawn Mr. Thomas D. Schlett Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stefanacci, Jr. Mrs. Colleen Walsh Mrs. Gloria Maccaroni Webb Mrs. Lisa M. Winkler Mr. and Mrs. Mark Worthington CCHS Performing Arts Parent Association Diocese of Camden IBM Corporation

THE ARTS AT CCHS Band Mr. Jonathan N. Daverso Mrs. Carole Anne Drucis John Duffner Mr. Andrew J. Ennis Mr. Brian J. Gallagher Karen Sampson Mr. Mauro Sanchirico Mr. Carlo J. Santa Teresa Mr. William N. Ward Choir Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cornely Mrs. Carole Anne Drucis Mr. Gregory Gardner Ms. Dolores Hatch

Mr. David R. Huntsinger Ms. Christy Jagielo Mr. and Mrs. Martin Otremsky Mrs. Doreen Perez Mr. Richard H. Perry Mrs. Janice Shapiro Raymour & Flanigan Fine Art Catherine Ambrose Mrs. Adrienne Bilotta Mrs. Dana DiNardo-Bealin Mrs. Patricia Palermino Mr. Dennis P. Rooney Miss Mabel L. Valladares

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Annual Report of Gifts ATHLETIC BOOSTERS *Donors listed below have restricted their Annual Fund donation to a particular athletic program. Each team may have received additional donations through fundraising events and programs not included in these lists.

Boys Basketball Pete Adams Alex Altenbach Reggie Beckett Joseph Belz Tim Bieg Bob Brutschea Christopher Burns Gerry Campbell Eric A. Cangelosi Nick Cangelosi Brian Connelly Dennis T. Corbett Jim Coyle Dennis Crawford Kevin Crawford Matthew Crawford Jim Crawford Timothy J. Crawford James C. Curvey Joseph A. Cuzzupe James De Angelo Marty Derer Don Devlin Anthony DiLoreto Michael J. Dennin Joe Duffin Dominic Dunn Alexander W. Evans Brian P. Gallagher Mary D. Gramigna Kyle Green Charles Grimley Timothy J. Higgins Sr. Timothy J. Higgins Jr. Jim Hurst George Hutchinson Cole M. Janowsky Michael Johnston John Keating Jim Kelly Rich Kenney James A. Kiefer Diane Kilker Jeffrey W. Koelsch Julia Lineman David E. Madden Mike Madden John MacCauley Anthony Matera Brian Matera Mark S. McCloskey Bob McDermott The McDonnell Family Mike McElhatton Barton J. Middleman Joseph Murtin Robert Murtin Chris Notos Brian O'Donnell

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Bobby Parker Mark A. Platzer Lewis N. Procacci Daniel Quaintance Dean A. Ragone Leonard Rebilas Brian A. Rice Daniel Rice Dino A. Ripa Drew M. Rosenfeld Karl Sartor Jadin Shaw David Slattery Ralph F. Tallman James Ulrich John Watson John Werner Pete Wish Jerry Wixted John Wixted Rob Wolfram Leonard Wood PJ Whelihan's Baseball Sally Barnes Frederick Bauer Monique Beasley Maryellen Bergholtz Roe Bernard Matthew Brown Lisa Browning John Capriotti Leonard Caromano Jennifer Colfer Denise Culkin Michael Cunning Joseph Daverso Jacqueline Davis Rosemarie DiGregorio Cindy Dolan Phillip M. Frascarelli Mary Gerkin Alyssa Granroth Joseph Granroth Nicholas Heubel Francis Hodgson Diane Horn Patrick Hu Susan Hughes Stephen Irwin Sam Kasilowski Christine Levenson Ave Maria Liersaph Joseph Lisnak Raj Mackara Chris Malitsky Kenneth Marini Ray C. Marini Louis Marshall

Mary Ellen McBride Chris McGill Jean McVeigh Jim Miller Albert J. Nanni Elaine Nixon Carmel O'Connor Frank O'Connor Jennifer O'Toole Tiffany Pereira Rosemarie A. Remick Erin E. Santore Marge Szot Mark Tillman Janet Tumelty Freida Virnelli Charles E. Welch Meghan E. Wheeler Patrick C. Whipkey Boys Lacrosse Maureen T. Martin Patrick R. McCloskey Dennis Mohan John Obuchowski Steven Schmidt Michele Smial Boys Soccer Varsay O. Lewis Ralph F. Tallman Stanley Winner Cheerleading Dionne Chinn Kathleen Hoban Cross Country Edythe Derman John Hensler Field Hockey Carl R. Dolente Gabrielle Funke Genevieve M. Hunter Colleen Knight Melissa Ann Kuper Matt Lenguadoro Andrea P. Rell Jane A. Whalen Football Gil Brooks Paul Caputi John A. Dymond John Jefferson Maureen A. Kozempel Joseph McColgan James Norman Christian E. Obuchowski

Melissa Rodriguez Ben Santoro David Schlitz Ryan Sexton Joseph Sweeney Kevin Truran John Wixted Girls Basketball Patricia Anderson Robert Baranowski Caitlyn Brostrand Lori Clayton Karen H. Cuneo Mary Cuneo Michele M. DePasquale Emily T. DeSmedt Leslie Dickinson Meghan P. Fabbroni Charles Grimley Donald Jellig Kelly N. Killion Allison L. Lane Becky Leatherman Kevin Lineman Regina H. Lovelidge Christine F. Matera Bridget M. Notos Christine Onofrio Virginia Onofrio Dominic Palladino Dominic M. Palladino Mark Palladino Patricia Panzone Barbara A. Paolini Keyra Reyes Peter Rosica Susan Rosica Stephen Rybacki Casey M. Schmidt Mary T. Sheil Kathleen Spadaro Kelly Toomey Marilyn Vega Girls Lacrosse James Atwell Patricia N. Becker Diana Buono Mary Jane Campbell Patrick W. Crowell Rebecca Crowell Monica M. DiBease Dolores Eilbacher Jen Eilbacher Kim Hall Diane M. Iardella Colleen Knight Shannon L. McCormick Lindsey Murphy

Sarah E. Obuchowski Kathleen A. Petti Melissa B. Rotaeche Kathleen Spadaro John W. Walsh Katelyn Wheeler Girls Soccer Michael E. Atkinson James W. Atwell Jaclyn Brando Robert W. Cooney Marianne Crawford Michele Foster Maryellen Franklin Melissa Gardner Dorothy A. Meldrum Tricia O'Callaghan Barbara A. Paolini Thomas Paolini Madison Rooney Melissa B. Rotaeche Golf Thomas J. McHugh Softball Rachel Bliss Phyllis Dennis Kristina M. Gozdan Dianne R. Heck Pamela Heck Kristin Hiemburger Stefanie Ilagan Gina M. Kraft Tracy Krasner Carmen LaRosa Michelle P. McGlone Mary Spillane Swimming Katherine Dewechter Kristina Guerra Maureen Keller Robert O'Donnell Jenn Van Es Wrestling Dru Filiberto Joseph Flemming Jamie P. Gabbett Denise McCormick Zachary A. Papa Joe Uhland Charles Welch

CCHS Magazine

2018


Annual Report of Gifts In Honor Gifts

Gifts-In-Kind

Project Graduation

Thank you to the following who have made gifts to Camden Catholic in honor of alumni, students and friends.

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

In Honor of Msgr. Robert M. McDermott (Unrestricted) James Catrambone

CCHS Faculty & Staff CCHS Coaches Dr. Christopher J. Connolly Fr. Michael Coffey Fr. Michael Goyette Gallo’s Bakery Msgr. Joseph Pokusa

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: Hillman’s Bus Company Jefferson Hospital Mass Mutual Pulse Plumbing Rochester Formalwear

Matching Gifts Please be sure to check your business to see if they participate in a matching gift program.

AbbVie Employee Engagement Fund Boeing Exelon Matching Gifts For Education GE Foundation GlaxoSmithKline IBM Corporation Norfolk Southern Foundation State Street Foundation The IFF Foundation

GET SOCIAL WITH US

PTA Fundraising Breakdown Thanks to all of those who helped support the Parents Association and our many events throughout the year. The PTA raised over $21,000 during the 2017-2018 school year.

Dine and Donates Fall Designer Bag Bingo Bag Bingo Basket Blowout TOTAL

$ 2,033.00 $ 5,120.45 $14,435.70 $21,589.15

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Senior Class Gift This year’s senior class made a gift to the entire Camden Catholic school community. Their contribution and installation of a Pergola in the courtyard will benefit students and faculty and is the first step in revitalizing the courtyard. Thank you Class of 2018!

The Blarney Store

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www.youtube.com/ camdencatholic1887

For all your Irish Pride fan gear!

Hours: Monday-Thursday 10AM-2PM Located in Pisa Dining Hall (must check in at Main Office to shop in store)

Shop online: www.camdencatholic.org Or call 856-663-2247 ext. 120 67


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.

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 Jennifer Van Es in the Advancement Office for more information: 856-663-2247

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Summer 2018


Strong ties. journeys.

Inspiring

Open House: October 25 at 6:30 p.m. HSPT & Scholarship Test: November 3 at 8 a.m. | Irish Experience Guest Days: various dates Schedule online! www.camdencatholic.org/admissions

Class of 2023 Important Admissions Dates October 2018 Submit Online Application

November 30, 2018 Admissions Application Deadline (for scholarship consideration)

October 2018–March 2019 Schedule your Irish Experience Guest Day

December 20, 2018 Acceptance Letters Mailed

October 25, 2018 Open House 6:30-8:30 p.m.

January 15, 2019 Financial Aid Deadline

November 3, 2018 Scholarship & High School Placement Test 8 a.m.

February 23, 2019 Registration for Accepted Students 8–11 a.m.

Stay up to date with admissions information at www.camdencatholic.org/admissions or call 856-663-2247 ext. 136.

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Leave a legacy gift to CCHS to ensure the next generation of high-achieving CCHS graduates. For more information on the 1887 Legacy Giving Society visit cchslegacy.org or call Jennifer Van Es 856-663-2247 x133.

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