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CATHEDRAL Connection THE

C AT H E D R A L H I G H S C H O O L A L U M N A E M A G A Z I N E | FA L L / W I N T E R 2 0 1 4 & A N N U A L R E P O RT 2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4

A MAGAZINE FOR ALUMNAE AND FRIENDS

SCHOOL NEWS

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ALUMNAE PROFILE

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2014 REUNION

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ANNUAL REPORT

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INS IDE T H I S I S S U E

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Letter from the Principal

Dear Friends and Alumnae of Cathedral,

School News School Updates Alumnae News Annual Reunion Reunion 2015 Class Notes Donor Profile In Memoriam 2013-2014 Annual Report

Cathedral High School Administration Ms. Maria Spagnuolo Principal Ms. Rosemary Eivers Assistant Principal for Academics Mrs. Elizabeth Lawlor Assistant Principal for Student Life Cathedral High School Board of Trustees Mr. Philip J. Wilker, Esq., Chair Mr. Thomas W. Crawford Sr. Margaret Egan ‘56, SC, Ed.D. Hon. Sue Ann Hoahng ‘74 Mr. James P. Jalil, Esq. Ms. Annemarie McAvoy, Esq Ms. Julie McGee Mr. Stephen M. Schiller Ms. Elinor Sutton, Esq. Ms. Adele Vera-Angel ‘68 Bishop Gerald Walsh

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SCH O O L NEWS

L ETTER FROM OUR PRI N CI PAL

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t is my pleasure to present the Winter 2014/2015 issue of The Cathedral Connection, which covers the first half of what has been a very eventful and fulfilling year thus far. It is with a great sense of excitement that I am able to report that Cathedral’s student enrollment is on the rise. This year we were pleased to have the largest freshman class to date with over 200 students. This is a testament to the wonderful spirit here at Cathedral, which, in large measure, is due to the efforts of the administration, faculty and staff. A review of our 2013-2014 Annual Report demonstrates the generous support of our donors who are instrumental in ensuring that Cathedral’s legacy of providing excellent Catholic education to the daughters of working class families continues. As we work to continue the tradition of excellence in every aspect of Cathedral life, we count on you for your continued support. You are an important part of Cathedral High School’s success.

Cathedral Scholars STEM Days at The Rockefeller University Mary Zhuo Ke ’15 Recaps the Cathedral Scholars day at Rockefeller University:

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n April 16, 2014, scholars of Cathedral High School participated in the outreach program at The Rockefeller University with numerous science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) specialists. The Rockefeller University, which contains 73 laboratories, is a worldrenowned institution dedicated to researching medical sciences, biology, ecology, chemistry, genetics, and physics, to name a few. There have been 24 Nobel laureates, 21 Lasker Award winners, and 20 National Medalists of Science affiliated with the university. Achievements include the discovery of DNA as hereditary material, the discovery of blood groups, the development of therapy for heroin addiction, and the creation of vaccines for meningitis. Researchers from Weill Cornell Graduate School of Medical Science and The Rockefeller University

to gravity, and the speed at which the apple fell. This was similar to seeing and explaining events in the world with numerical values and scientific principles. Scholars also observed the heartbeat of a zebrafish and learned about their reproductive behaviors and skin pigments. Zebrafish have been used to study and find treatments for melanoma in humans.

collaborated and provided the Cathedral Scholars with a day of hands-on activities and lectures on neuroscience, melanoma, and computer science. Cathedral Scholars learned to run a computer simulation on a program called Scratch by applying physics. For example, to drop an apple onto a dinosaur, the scholars considered the height of the apple from the dinosaur, the time of travel, the acceleration due

The scholars learned about the brain’s functions and structures in different vertebrates. They touched and saw the intricate design of a human brain and were informed of the importance of the folds of the brain involving greater surface area, the neurons, the cerebrum, the cerebellum, and the brain stem to the nervous system. Cathedral Scholars also visited the FabLab, where they saw the machinery used to create and adjust equipment, including laser beams, needed for research. (continued next page)

Sincerely,

Maria Spagnuolo Principal

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SCHOOL NEWS

SCH O O L U PDATES

Stay connected through CHS social networking

(Continued from page 1) The coordinator of the outreach program, Dr. Jeanne Garbarino, presented a PowerPoint on the importance of women in STEM. Dr. Garbarino encouraged the scholars to pursue their field of passion, while having self-confidence and great aspirations, with utmost potential and perseverance as women in power. She educated the scholars on the various accomplishments of female scientists such as Rosalind Franklin and Ada Lovelace. It was interesting to know the elaborate and collaborative process of perspiration behind completing basic research and clinical trials. Like Thomas Edison said, “Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.” However, inspiration is key, because a scientist creates something new through ingenuity and initiative. What never existed in the world before comes to be, but this process requires the ability to overcome continuous failures in experimentation. With determination, the researchers of The Rockefeller University have made great breakthroughs in science. The experience was truly astounding and life-changing. Some scholars are also considering a STEM-based career because of

We want to make it easy for you to stay connected with your beloved alma mater. In addition to The Cathedral Connection, which is mailed twice a year, here’s a list of official CHS online resources to help you keep in touch.

Facebook

Our official Facebook page is www.facebook.com/ CathedralHSNYC. Connect with other alumnae and friends. There are a number of unsanctioned Facebook groups and pages for CHS, but this is the only one with the latest information coming straight from the source.

Twitter

the exposure they received during this outreach program. The opportunity was certainly a blessing and deep gratitude is given to all those who contributed to the program’s success.

GOING GREEN

We’re going green.

You will now receive Cathedral High School’s Annual Report and Alumnae magazine, The Cathedral Connection, regularly online rather than in the mail.

ANNUAL MARCH OF DIMES ESSAY CONTEST Jomanda Morales, a junior in the Medical Gateways program, has won 2nd prize in the

By printing fewer copies, we will reduce our consumption of paper, ink, and other resources, making our environmental footprint that much smaller. Please make sure we have your email contact information on file. We want you to be kept up to date on all of our upcoming events and opportunities for alumnae. If you would still like to receive the print version, please call the Development Office to inform them of your preference 212.688.1545 x232.

CHS sports fans can get up to the minute updates, including scores from all of the CHS sports teams as well as upcoming athletic and alumnae events by following @CathedralHS_NYC

Monthly E-newsletter for alumnae, friends and donors Check your email inbox for the CHS month e-newsletter. This electronic publication will feature upcoming alumnae events, current CHS activities, school news, athletic schedules, volunteer opportunities, etc. Please be sure we have your current email address on file so that we can keep you informed of every up to the minute opportunity!

CHS alumnae website

Over the next few months we’ll be updating the Cathedral High School alumnae pages on our website. Soon you’ll have access to information on your class reunion, the ability to request transcripts and an online version of The Cathedral Connection.

annual March of Dimes essay contest. Her essay topic was “Would You Want To Know Your Genome Sequence?” She was selected from all junior and senior entries and received her award at the conference on March 25th, 2014.

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Meet our new Development Director Regina Cialone joins us from The Mary Louis Academy where she was Director of Advancement. Prior to her position at TMLA, she was Director of Patron Programs at WNET/Thirteen, and worked at Carnegie Hall as Director of Membership and Director of Development Administration. Regina graduated summa cum laude from Concordia College with a B.S. in Arts Management, and holds a Masters of Nonprofit Management from Regis University. She is very much looking forward to meeting our alumnae, hearing their wonderful memories, and learning their future vision for Cathedral High School.

Regina Cialone

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PROFILE:

MARGUERITE KIELY “I love teaching, it makes me alive.”

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hether you learned to type on a typewriter or computer, chances are the person in charge of teaching you that valuable skill at Cathedral High School was Marguerite Kiely. Better known to generations of alumnae as Peg, she has been a fixture for more than four decades, and plans to be here for years to come. “I love teaching, it makes me alive,” she says. With her easy laugh, and sparkling sense of humor, her enthusiasm for her work, and her students, is infectious.“Academia keeps me young,” she insists. It’s that youthful spirit, and a shrewd sense of when to innovate, that have helped Kiely lead Cathedral’s business department for so long, and turn out so many successful alumnae. She’s seen first-hand how students, and the skills they need to ensure success, have changed drastically in the 45 years she has taught at Cathedral. When she joined the staff, the business department taught shorthand and typing, complete with a simulated office setting, where students took on the roles of transcriptionists, supervisors, and department managers. As times changed, Kiely’s focus changed with them. Now, courses in the Business department include Business, Criminal and Civil Law, Broadcast Journalism, and Entrepreneurship, preparing girls for the 21st-century workplace.

“Academia keeps me young” A native of the Hunts Point, Bronx, neighborhood, Kiely studied Business Education at St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, New York, and earned her Masters in Business Education from Hunter College in Manhattan. She began teaching at Cathedral High School in 1967 as a Dominican Sister of Sparkill, an order that focuses on education and justice for the poor. She was a member of the congregation until 1981. Kiely took a short break from teaching to work as an office

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manager in Columbia Presbyterian Hospital’s fundraising department. But when Sister Mary Kilmarten, then principal of Cathedral called in 1984, and asked her to come back, she gladly accepted. She now serves as Chair of the Business and Information Technology Department, as well as Director of Job Placement. One of Kiely’s most popular classes is Internship and Professional Development. Each year, approximately twenty students participate, learning public speaking, ethics, interviewing and résumé-writing skills, financial literacy, and leadership. She draws on her own experience in teaching, but also reaches out to the many professionals she has mentored and worked with to bring in speakers with additional insights. For law courses, she works with Jay Wilker, a member of Cathedral’s Board of Directors, to teach in-depth lessons on the United States Constitution. She also brings students to meet alumnae including Lynda Bacquero, a former NBC anchor; she invites others, such as Dr. Jaqueline LoFaro, former director of communications for the Archdiocese of New York, to instruct students. Kiely was honored at our Hall of Fame dinner in 2008, and her dedication to students extends far beyond the classroom. She moderates the Young Lawyers Club, and brings Jim Jalil, also a member of Cathdral’s Board of Trustees, in to work with the girls on a monthly basis. She also coordinates students working with staff at Jalil’s firm, Thompson Hine LLP, for weekly mock trial practice. Previously, Kiely also supervised the Fashionistas club, and has produced the school’s theater productions for the last two years, and moderates the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America). For students interested in pursuing careers in the sciences, Kiely encourages them to participate in the HerWorld program at DeVry University. Designed to introduce young women to opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math, the event features hands-on activities, including an engineering

Marguerite Kiely competition among the schools attending. Cathedral’s students have won the contest three years in a row.

and giving them the confidence they need to succeed in the wider world.

In the few moments when Kiely is not cultivating opportunities for her students, she enjoys swimming and reading everything from the classics to mysteries. She also readily admits to being a huge fan of Downtown Abbey, The Good Wife, and Law and Order.

For me, the greatest thing I could ever do was teach... God’s gift and blessing to me.

Kiely says that while Cathedral has seen many changes during her time here, the school has the same spirit, with girls from 72 countries working together toward similar goals. What has not changed is the school’s commitment to focusing on doing the best possible job for its students

“For me, the greatest thing I could ever do was teach,” Kiely said.“God’s gift and blessing to me. I love to see them grow, who they become. When I meet with graduates, I love to see how they are successful and happy – whatever that means to them, doctor [or] mother.”

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A L U M NA E PR O F IL E STO RY

Joan Roberts ‘34

A True legend of the Golden Age of Broadway...

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oan Roberts was a wonderful Broadway singer, a true legend of the Golden Age of Broadway, and a proud graduate of Cathedral High School!

Earlier this year, Sr. Maureen Davey ’51 mailed the Development Office a copy of Joan’s book titled “Never Alone”, published in 1954. I believe it came to her attention thanks to Lisa Antoniewicz ’48. Although best known for her origination of the role of “Laurey” in the original 1943 production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s OKLAHOMA!, Roberts appeared in several Broadway musicals including “Marinka” and “High Button Shoes” and her final Broadway appearance as Heidi Schiller in the 2001 revival of FOLLIES. In her book, Ms. Roberts tells many short stories from the start of her career, and relives many memories with the reader. She was born Josephine Rose Seagrist in New York City on July 15, 1917, and raised in the Astoria section of Queens. When Ms. Roberts was 5 or 6, she marched in to Paramount Pictures studio in Astoria, announced she wanted to be in pictures, and was cast as an extra in several films. With that kind of determination, it’s no wonder she became such a wonderful success!

With that kind of determination, it’s no wonder she became such a wonderful success! Ms. Roberts dedicated an entire chapter to her time at Cathedral High School. Printed below is a small excerpt:

From left, Lee Dixon, Celeste Holm, Alfred Drake, Joan Roberts and Joseph Buloff in the original “Oklahoma!” in 1943. Associated Press NY Times

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“September found me registered in Cathedral High School in New York City, where I soon found the transition from grade school to high far different from automatically sliding from one grade to another. Everything was different – the work, the teachers, the atmosphere. .. I soon learned to my sorrow that I was not as well prepared for my introduction to high school

studies as were most of the other girls in my class. What I did not immediately realize was that the good nuns were quick to sense my embarrassment and were schooled to relieve it; that these creatures in somber garb and coal-scuttle hats were consecrated women, to whom teaching was not just a “job”, but a divine calling, for the following of which their only pay was the consciousness that they were instrumentalities for carrying out the divine command, “Go forth and teach all nations.”

“Go forth and teach all nations.” During my first year I set no worlds on fire from the academic point of view, but I showed such a love for social contact that I was urged at the beginning of my second year to take a generous part in the various activities of the school. The nuns were very fortunate to have a real artist in charge of the glee club – and so was I. Prof. Heinroth, a native born German, with a rich musical background and an instinct for helping your talent, took an immediate interest in me… The Professor said “Joan, God has blessed you with a most unusual voice – most unusual – and with a natural ear for music. As of now, you are a good singer. If you will let me give you music lessons during your free time – and if you will work hard – you may one day become a great singer.” While I cut corners in many of my other studies, when it came to music I worked as I never worked before, figuratively eating, drinking and sleeping it… Another Commencement Day and I was again a medley of tumbling emotions. It was our Commencement – that of the class of ’34 – a day of happy memories and tearful partings. Besides the friendships formed within its hallowed walls, Cathedral High had given a direction to my life that I would never lose. My religion had taken on a deeper meaning. My motive for making a success of life had assumed overtones and developed a new timbre. And above all, I had acquired at first hand a reason for never forgetting the Sisters of Charity and the wonderful job they do. “

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ANNUAL REUNION

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On April 12th, 2014 Cathedral held its annual reunion to celebrate the anniversaries of all classes ending in ‘4 and ‘9. Following a noon Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, over 100 alumnae returned to our school for food, friends and fun!

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Reunion 2015 F EATU R E STO RY

Saturday, March 28th

Join old friends and classmates for an afternoon of memories and rediscover the spirit of Cathedral High School. This upcoming reunion, and future reunions, will combine the three events that were previously The October Alumnae Association Luncheon, The Young Alumnae Reunion, and the Annual Homecoming Reunion. On March 28th, 2015 we will celebrate the classes of ’40,‘45,‘50,‘55,‘60,‘65,‘70,‘75,‘80,‘85,‘90,‘95,‘00,‘05 and ‘10. More information will become available on our website, and in our e-newsletter, in the coming months. Formal invitations will be mailed in February. Interested in learning more, or have ideas on ways to make your reunion fun? Consider becoming a class rep. We’d like to have a class rep for every anniversary year! Contact the CHS Development and Alumnae Office for more details, rcialone@cathedralhs.org.

CALL FOR MEMORABILIA In preparation of our upcoming 110th Anniversary, Cathedral High School is dedicating efforts toward the creation of an Archive. This represents the perfect time for you to look through your treasured high school items and send them “back home.” We would love to receive any of the following items: student publications, banners, pins, rings, photographs, event programs, uniforms in good condition, yearbooks from years earlier than 1960, etc. Items will be housed within the school’s Archives, and may be placed on display or used on our website or in print publications, classrooms, workshops, and special programs. Before mailing or dropping off any items, please provide a description of the documents or objects you wish to donate to: Regina Cialone, Director of Development, rcialone@cathedralhs.org, 212.688.1545 x232

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NOTE: Items received will not be returned and will not be considereda gift or tax-deductible donation. Items contributed become the property of Cathedral High School.

______________________________ LOST AND FOUND A friend of Cathedral, Mary Milano, is trying to return a Cathedral ring she found in the 1970’s in Levittown to its original owner. The ring is from 1940, and has the initials “GWY” or “GAY” engraved. If you think it may be your ring, please contact Mary at 845.794.4624. Another Class Ring was found at Taughannock Falls State Park, located in the Finger Lakes Region in upstate New York. It is from the Class of ‘56. If you think it may be your ring, please contact the Development Office at 212.688.1545 x232

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C L A S S NO TES

‘40

Vita Busch (Galati) said that she looks back with such happy, grateful memories of her four years of a wonderful education at Cathedral High School. Bits of French, Latin and Pitman shorthand still come back to her.

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After graduating from Cathedral High School, Sr. Grace Therese Murray, SC attended Hunter College and graduated in January 1949. She worked as a trilingual secretary for one year. Then she entered the Sisters of Charity on Feb 2, 1950 at Mt. St. Vincent.

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Helen McGrenra said that at 86, she is still here and feeling good! Helen extends many thanks to Cathedral High School and the advice of the Sisters teaching here,“take an academic major – you can always go to secretary school in the evenings!” She did so, and became a secretary for 16 years, then became a teacher and is now retired.

SUBMIT A CLASS NOTE In 2014 did you…Receive an award? Get a new job? Receive a promotion? Move? Publish a book? Do service work around the world or in your state? Get married? Have a baby? We want to know and so do your friends. Email us with your news at rcialone@ cathedralhs.org to be included in the next Cathedral Connection.

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Ella Marie Klein has four children, eight grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. She worked for years at a local corporate office and for the past 10 years in a Dr.’s office. Ella was active in her Church, St. Joseph in Brookfield CT. She currently lives in a senior community in Newtown CT and attends St. Rose of Lima. She misses her friends from Cathedral – Pat, Joan, Gloria, Jane and “Bubs”.

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Beverly Mack would love to hear from other 1949 graduates. Ellen McMahon said that after this past winter, she’s glad she lives in San Diego.

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Maria DePaoli Friendlander keeps in touch with several Cathedralites, among them Zita Gunther Seidel who lives in Vienna, Austria. Zita recently wrote that she leafed through her old SPIRES from 1950 with her grandchildren. They loved seeing her as a school-girl, with an impossible hairdo. She and her grandchildren agreed that things are very different in schools all over the world today, and she hopes that our children and grandchildren will find the world a good place to live in.

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Patricia Donelan wrote to say that her mother, Lillian Delohonty, always told her that it was she who named the yearbook “The Spires”. Rosemary Cappola writes to say this year is her 80th birthday. She celebrated at Lake George with her granddaughter and whole family. Rosemary had two boys and one girl, and eight grandchildren – all happily married.

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In June of 1995, Mary Ellen Fey’s brother John Peraza sent her and her mother to the Vatican to see Pope John Paul II for her mother’s 85th birthday. With profound reverence she was able to speak and touch his Holiness. She thanks Cathedral for giving her a foundation of spiritual focus and education.

‘57 Marina Reagan lost her 1957 yearbook and is looking for one. She says hello to all the 1957 St. Joseph branch friends! Marina served in Vietnam 1966-1968 under Pan American World Airway and General William Westmoreland. Gloria Perkins and her husband Bill celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on June 14th, accompanied by their three children and six grandchildren.

Carmen (Rosado) Pagan loved her time at Cathedral and is grateful to all the teachers and administrators she encountered. Carmen is a retired Math and Science teacher, and now teaches Religious Ed at her parish, St. Ann’s of Nyack.

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Noreen Chabriel Lenihan retired in April 2014 from Verizon Wireless. She went on 10 day vacation to Aruba to celebrate. Noreen’s second grandchild Allison was born this year, joining big brother Connor.

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Barbara Ryan (Hamann) has been married to William J. Ryan MD for 53 years and has a wonderful family – Suzanne, Kristin and Mark and seven grandkids. She has called Vermont her home for over 40 years; Barbara works at Camels Hump Middle School with 7th graders. Her husband is retired from his practice and continues to work at the medical school doing admissions interviews.

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‘60 Theresa Buehler is now retired. She keeps active by playing volleyball twice a week, racquetball and bowling once a week, and takes frequent walks in her local preserve. She still goes ice skating at least once a year with her youngest granddaughter. Last May she traveled to Germany where she spent a week in Mannheim, visiting Heidelberg, Worms and Speyer, then on to a cruise up the Rhine. She also marches each year in the German-American Steuben Day Parade up 5th Avenue under the banner of the American Turners.

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Nancy Elizabeth Cavaluzzi graduated from Cathedral High school, and then went on to earn her BA from Hunter College and a MS from Columbia. She thanks Cathedral for giving her a great education and life of knowledge.

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last year, and said it was great to meet so many classmates and share memories with them. One of her memories is marching as a twirler with a wonderful group of girls under the guidance of Sister Lawrence. Marcella is married 42 years to her husband Anthony. They have a son and daughter and are blessed with five grandchildren. She considers herself to be blessed to have had the opportunity to attend Cathedral and receive the education that she did. Joan Burchianti-Citianek has wonderful memories of Cathedral High School. In particular she remembers Pauline Thompson, Patricia Hughes, Delores Andres and Amy Coha. Along with her husband David, Aixa Roddy has retired to San Marcos, TX. They’ve become parishioners of a small mission church in Hunter, TX, St. John Mission, where she has offered her services as an Extraordinary Eucharistic Minister.

Marcella Gray Bucello says hello to her fellow graduates. She had the pleasure of our attending the most recent reunion

Alumnae Regional Receptions Cathedral High School recognizes that many of our graduates no longer live in the New York City area. Aside from using this magazine and e-newsletter to keep in touch, we are planning a series of Regional Receptions to bring a bit of CHS to you. These events are a wonderful way to connect with CHS alumnae in your areano matter where in the USA you are - and also learn about what’s happening at Cathedral today. We want your CHS connection to remain strong. We’re currently in the process of planning this year’s schedule of regional gatherings, and specifically are looking in Boston, Florida, and Washington DC. If you may be interested in hosting a local alumnae reception, contact Regina Cialone, Director of Development for more information, 212.688.1545 x232, rcialone@cathedralhs.org.

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SAVE THE DATE:

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Calendar of Events

Lauren Salgado wants to share with you, “After Cathedral I went directly to college, but life being what it was at the time I was unsuccessful. I had quite a bit of growing up to do. So instead of becoming part of my 2002 graduating class it took me 10 extra years before I would earn my Associates of Science in psychology. When I made the choice to go back to school I was working full time, raising a son with the help of my grandmother. But I didn’t stop there. I continued on to a four year college to pursue my BA. My last year was quite full with all my club activities, and my senior thesis project. My study titled, The Effect of Weight and Gender on Sales Associate Effectiveness, was presented at the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges Annual neuroscience and psychology conference. I was honored to be one of the Student speakers at our graduation.”

Thursday, December 4th Theatre Production 4pm Friday, December 5th Theatre Production 6pm Sunday, December 7th Theatre Production 3pm Thursday and Friday, Dec 11 & 12th Christmas Bazaar Thursday, December 18th Christmas Concert 6pm Thursday, January 8th Faculty/Alumnae vs Student Basketball Game Alumnae Career Panel Saturday, March 28th Annual Reunion Thursday, April 23rd Spring Concert 7pm Cathedral student Genesis Torres with donors Jack and Winifred Kelly

Thursday, April 30th Theatre Production 3:30pm Friday, May 1st Theatre Production 6pm Sunday, May 3rd Theatre Production 3pm

The Named Scholarship Fund Program at The Cathedral High School The Cathedral High School welcomes the establishment of named, permanently endowed scholarship funds in memory of or in honor of the individual(s) or family named – by providing an initial contribution of at least $10,000 and a long-term commitment for a permanently endowed scholarship of $100,000 or more.

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Winifred and Jack Kelly

Sunday, November 2nd Washington DC Alumnae Regional Reception

Alumnae Association meetings will be announced in the online e-newsletter. We hope you’ll join us!

While the Kelly’s have established the first Named

DONOR PROFILE:

Scholarship Fund, we hope to add many more in the years ahead through outright gifts made by generous graduates and friends, through bequests-by-will, and through other planned giving methods. To discuss the establishment of a new fund, contact Regina Cialone, Director of Development, at 212.688.1545 ext. 232 or rcialone@cathedralhs.org.

When Winifred Kelly graduated from Cathedral High School in 1947, the students here more than 60 years later were probably far from her mind. But thanks to Kelly’s kindness, today’s students, and students for years to come, will have a little extra help available to them.

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lready a long-time donor, helping sponsor tuition for a student, Winifred’s husband Jack decided recently to make a major gift that will establish Cathedral’s first endowment to fund scholarships for the long term. This endowment fund will be named the Winifred Dalton Kelly ’47 Endowment Fund. Mrs. Kelly grew up in Manhattan, and both she and her sister attended Cathedral. She met her husband while she was vacationing in Atlantic City, NJ,

and he was working there. Now, happily living in Lavallette, NJ, where she and her husband have been for many years, Winifred fondly recalls her days at Cathedral, and said she still firmly believes that single-gender education is essential. She recently met one of the students she has been able to help attend Cathedral. The young woman tried to thank Kelly for her generosity, and received simple instructions in return.“Don’t say ‘thank you,’” Kelly insisted,“Just have a successful life.”

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IN MEMO RIA M

The Cathedral High School community extends its deepest sympathy to the loved ones of recently deceased alumnae and friends. Please remember them in your prayers.

IN ME MOR IA M

IN MEMORIAM: Sister Winifred O’Toole, SC (from www.scny.org)

Sister Winifred O’Toole

Pat (Powers) Rothacker ‘50

(Sister Marian Robert) was born December 19, 1932 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, one of three daughters and a son of Michael and Mary Acton O’Toole. Winifred attended Saints Peter and Paul School in the Bronx and Cathedral High School in Manhattan. She entered the Sisters of Charity of New York September 8, 1952 and received the name, Sister Marian Robert. She earned a BA in History from the College of Mount Saint Vincent and an MS in Education from Western Connecticut State College. She later earned New York State permanent certification in Elementary Education.

Dr. Pauline Magee-Egan ‘52

Sister Marian Robert’s first assignment was Immaculate

Sr. Constance Horan, SC ‘31 Helen T. Lee ‘36 Josephine Corsaro Kassay ‘40 Alexandrina (Tartaglione) DeSimone’43 Rose (Pisano) Ostrom ‘44 Mary Bernadette Conlon ‘48 Rosemary (Boucher) Clarkin ‘49 Frances (Schaustal) Groh ‘49 Sr. Margaret McCann ‘50 Sr. Winifred O’Toole, SC ‘50

Heart of Mary School, Scarsdale. A born teacher, she excelled in primary education and, for over twenty-five years, served at schools throughout the Archdiocese: Saint John the Evangelist, Manhattan; Saint Mary, Wappingers Falls; Saint Joachim, Beacon; Saint Athanasius and Saint Gabriel, Bronx; Our Lady of Mercy, Port Chester; Saint Francis of Assisi, Mount Kisco; Saint John, White Plains. Sister Winifred then used her expertise to teach Special Education classes for over ten years at Saint Patrick School, Bedford Village, Saint Gabriel School, Bronx, and Saint Margaret of Cortona School, Bronx. Additionally, for ten years she directed the Learning Center at Sacred Heart School, Hartsdale. In 2003, she retired to Mount Saint Vincent Convent where she shared her talents in many areas of service.

Marilyn A. Miller ‘52 Eileen Sullivan Maguire ’53 (photo below) Margaret Wynne Plunkett ‘53 Maureen O’Brien Reynolds ‘67

IN MEMORIAM: Sister Constance Horan, SC (from www.scny.org)

Sister Constance Horan (Sister Constance Marie) was born on May 17, 1913 in New York City, the eldest of three daughters and one son born to James and Catharine Whalen Horan. She attended Our Lady of Mercy School, Bronx, and Cathedral High School, Manhattan. She completed her freshman year at the College of Mount Saint Vincent before entering the Sisters of Charity on September 8, 1932. She earned a BA in History at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, an MA in History from Fordham University, and an MA in Home Economics from New York University.

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Sister Constance was a faithful and innovative educator. She taught seventh and eighth grades at Our Lady of Angels and Saint Raymond School in the Bronx; Seton Academy, Yonkers; Our Lady of Good Counsel, Manhattan and Immaculate Heart of Mary, Scarsdale. In 1949 she helped open the Home Economics Department at Bishop McDonnell High School, Brooklyn and at Cathedral High School. In 1961 she began her legendary years of service at Grace Institute, serving until 2003 when she retired to the Convent of Mary the Queen in Yonkers.

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2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 ANNUAL REPORT Cathedral High School recognizes with gratitude the following donors for its 2013-2014 appeal. We are extremely grateful for their support and generosity which allows us to continue our mission of “Empowering Young Women through Education”

Archbishop Hughes Circle

Gifts of $50,000 and above The Arthur & Phyllis Milton Foundation Endowment for Inner City Education Inner City Sponsorship Fund Student Sponsorship Program

Sr. Elizabeth Ann Seton Circle Gifts of $10,000-$49,999 Anonymous Catherine Lecher Crimmins ‘55 Catherine Griffin ‘47 Michael Gordon Foundation Stephanie Sekula ‘59 Sisters of Charity

Sr. Miriam Aloysia Circle Gifts of $5,000-$9,999 Anonymous (2) Geneva Sydney Campbell ‘57 Rita Carducci Thomas Crawford The Omer Foundation Nelson Gaertner Winifred Dalton Kelly ‘47 Patricia Kelly Lengers ‘63 Mary Twomey-Spollen ‘64 Edward Walsh Jr.

Principal’s Circle

Gifts of $1,000-$4,999 Lucille Amicone ‘49 Jenette Hainas Barth ‘55 William and Judith Bautz Sandra Bouchet Bolden ‘63 Helen Barbieri Bonomini ‘51 Agnes Boudakian ‘45 Ann Gilleece Carty Kaye Coke Walker ‘55

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Joan Connor Grace Conway Christopher Cowie Arthur and Sally Davis Bertille Duflos Mary Duggan Michael Ellis Joan Fabio ‘60 Joan Farrell ‘47 Cathie Farrelly-Perna ‘71 Aramina Vega Ferrer ‘68 Virginia Polise Hamilton ‘65 Madelyn Hay Elizabeth Hein ‘45 James Jalil Florence Johnson Kathleen McGovern Kelleher ‘49 Robert Thomas Lamont Ellen Lauturner ‘68 Martin Maleska Margaret Peraza Manganelli ‘60 Helen Garrahy McAuliffe ‘54 Mary Anne McDonald Julie McGee William & Mary Lynch McNamara ‘60 Catherine Meehan ‘55 Philomena O’Connor ‘49 Ann Zorn O’Hara ‘55 Mary O’Hara Marilyn Paganucci Jo-Ann Polise ‘68 Maria Cecilia Salazar ‘87 Nellie Audiffred Schupp ‘50 Eileen Shea Spinola ‘67 Mary Beth Sullivan Barbara Moran Sullivan ‘50 Joseph Sullivan Robert Tedeschi Maureen McMahon Tobin ‘51 Donald Toumey Jacqueline Niego Turner ‘55 Philip J. Wilker James Wilson

Spires Club

Gifts of $500-$999 Anonymous Eleanor Applewhaite ‘55 Alice McMorrow Barry ‘53 Msgr. David Cassato Bradley Collins Teresa Walsh Comas ‘48 Kathleen Madden Crilly ‘44 Michael Darling Anne Lynne Dowd Susan Rinklin Dunne Joan Dunseath Dunseath ‘57 Jay Fialkoff Mary Raftery Follett ‘58 Veronica Garvey ‘39 Eileen Gratzer ‘52 Barbara Gutzler ‘67 Daniel Hamburger Dolores Henchy ‘61 Sue Ann Hoahng ‘74 Joan Kane ‘50 Mary Kenny ‘47 Joann La Guerre ‘55 Sheila Harrington Lapolla ‘56 Michael Lisa Lillian Whiteley Mahaney ‘56 Hugh Mariaca Barbara Caserio McDonald ‘64 Elizabeth McPartland ‘40 Margaret Moran ‘54 Brenda Neal Helene O’Neil Barbara Papa ‘59

Mary McEnroy Phelan ‘37 Renee LaCorbiniere Pollard ‘66 Mary Roberts Bhuta ‘47 Marion Czajkowski Salvatore ‘51 Gerard Schriffen Elinor Sutton Mavis Taintor Thomas Tobin Margaret McNamara Trace ‘67 Nora Marie Dart Wingard ‘44 Melissa Wochner McGlinn FF

Arbutus Club

Gifts of $300-499 Gail Barnes Goodwin ‘69 Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation Mary McPartland Boe ‘38 Dorothy Martin Carrieri-Smith ‘63 Mary Munzing Connelly ‘63 Chrystie Cruz 2003 Geraldine Clancy Drohan ‘40 Susan Nelson Edwards ‘52 Loretta Fahy ‘51 Kathleen Fitzsimmons ‘64 Margaret Fennelly Grace ‘38 Anne Lynch Hart ‘45 Nancy Giannelli Johnson ‘62 Alice Hogan Locke ‘57 Barbara Castex McCaffrey ‘54 Helen McGrenra ‘46 Therese McMenemy ‘61 Alice McDermott Negron ‘53 James Ostrom Marie O’Sullivan ‘70 Margaret Babino Palaigos ‘51 Mary Alexander Purcell ‘46 Patricia Howell Ross ‘45 Rose Santos-Martinez ‘77 Justine Mims Seda ‘74 Helen Dwyer Shea ‘49 Lisa Solomon Charles Strochansky Madeline Hennecken Tucker ‘55 Joyce Kieninger Waldmann ‘45 Nora Marie Dart Wingard ‘44 Susan Yamaguchi

Cathedralite Club

Gifts of $100-$299 Anonymous Gloria Ombrello Adams ‘53 Angela Aguiar ‘56 Maria Alessandroni ‘59 Jeffrey Altman Barbara Colety Amatruda ‘44 Ellen Anderle ‘58 Mary Fucci Annese ‘58 Delsie Fuentes Antico ‘58 Mary Ann Paladino Apoldo ‘60 Eileen Baco ‘65 Gertrude Balicki ‘45 Inez Balzarini Barghaan ‘48 Mary O’Boyle Barrett ‘51 Virginia Matthews Beck ‘55 Ann Behling ‘55 Rosemary McHugh Bell ‘46 Rita Stengel Berge ‘58 Lillian McAteer Bianchi ‘52 Catherine Kutza Billings ‘64 Stephanie Miller Bird ‘56 Curtis Blake Luz Boen Marie McGowan Bond ‘57 Barbara Murphy Bonilla ‘61 Melanie Giulietti Boylhart ‘67 Elizabeth Keenan Brady ‘57 Christine Bishop Brassil ‘61 Joan Carson Breitung ‘47 Paul Brensic Margaret Flynn Bretthauer ‘58 Geraldine Cullen Brogan ‘57 Sidney Brown Nora Buckley ‘67 Rosaleen Burbage ‘47 Virginia Paretti Burgholzer ‘64 Kathleen Burke ‘68 Burton Agency, Inc. Anne Marie Sharpe Cahill ‘53 Una Dougherty Carew ‘52 Marjorie Fleming Carey ‘31 Rose Carlucci ‘58 Enes Carnesecca Ann Maushardt Carroll ‘59 Margaret Casal ‘61 Kathleen Scollan Cassidy ‘47

Anthony Catalano Nancy Cavaluzzi ‘61 Janice Cechony-Dimassis ‘64 Patricia Boyle Cesarski ‘54 Jean Squeri Cevasco ‘59 Geraldine O’Leary Cherry ‘58 Diana Chin ‘72 Corinne Constantine Cilli ‘67 Irene Ciukurescu Helen Doherty Clark ‘43 Theresa Ann Mahoney Coccaro ‘47 Kristina Collado 2004 Arlene Soto Collazo ‘79 F. Farrell Collins Mary Joan Contrino Collison ‘62 Dorothy Conley ‘64 Carmel Poust Connolly ‘52 Margaret Ellis Cotier ‘53 Barbara Crane Eileen Crespo ‘85 Ellen Sullivan Cullen ‘57 Jane Curneen ‘63 Eileen Curran ‘48 Connie Curran Marguerite Sullivan Cusack ‘47 Jaroslawa Czyrko ‘64 Daniel Davis Patricia Marie Carter Degnan ‘47 Jacqueline Gillet Deltieure ‘46 Irene Walsh Devine ‘48 Margaret Devine Joan Capucci Dewhirst ‘48 Mary Ann McManus Di Giorgio ‘58 Shirley Charity Dias ‘57 Lorraine Menchinella Diorio ‘62 John Donnelly Miriam Cunningham Donovan ‘53 Sharyn Evers Doyle ‘70 Noreen Doyle Mary Ann Natella Drimer ‘58 Mary Jane Duffy ‘61 Francis Duffy Ellen Traynor Dumond ‘58 Agnes Dorsa Dunphy ‘44 Joan Dunseath ‘57 Karen Masucci Durso ‘64 Daniel Edelson Sr. Margaret Egan ‘56

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Patricia Whelan Haggerty ‘58 Kathryn Mihale Haid ‘62 Beatrice McConnon Hallinan ‘52 Virginia Polise Hamilton ‘65 Margaret Hogan Hanley ‘63 Patricia Jones Harrigan ‘60 Valerie Flynn Harrison ‘42 Austin Hassett Ann Hand Hatfield ‘51 Geraldine Frare Haverty ‘61 Margaret Ayers Hayes ‘64 Marie Carew Heaney ‘55 Sheri Herb Ann Hernon-Mooney ‘60 La Shawn Hinds Theresa Lin Ho ‘65 Steven Hofman Mary Horan ‘47 Mary Byrnes Horgan ‘46 Mary Conway Howard ‘58 Nancy Grant Howells ‘59 Margaret Hughes ‘51 Deborah Bennett Hunter ‘69 Maureen Brennan Hymson ‘47 Olga Cuttita Ibsen ‘64 Ingersoll Rand Co. Edna Irizarry Margaret Dolan Irwin ‘38 Anita Jaffe Eileen Casey Janec ‘54 Marie-Josy Jean-Baptiste ‘80 Kathleen Chambers Johnson ‘61 Joan Warren Jordan ‘58 Eleanore Jordan Elizabeth Steiner Joubert ‘51 Frances Dziowgo Jurs ‘46 Virginia Kamsky Margaret Kirby Kane ‘47 Carol Mortensen Kane ‘49 Alice Moran Keane ‘42 Monica Keane Claire Keating-McLeod ‘52 Patricia Krzywicki Kelemen ‘64 Patricia Beal Kelleher ‘51 Theresa Coyne Kelly ‘40 Catherine McAndrews Kennedy ‘54 Patti Kennelly Patricia Kenny ‘57

Ellen Ziegler Kilgus ‘46 Mary Theresa Krauss Kinney ‘50 Maureen Leonard Klecker ‘54 Mary Bocker Klobosits ‘55 Catherine McCarthy Knight ‘49 Joan Pink Kohler ‘47 Maura Healy Kottl ‘67 Mary Ann Pleho Krolik ‘74 Marian Pasini Kryshak ‘63 Elizabeth Murray Kuhn ‘47 Anne Dugandzic Labuda ‘49 Rosemary Erikson Lambert ‘45 Richard Lambert Geraldine Grady Lang Sullivan ‘54 Sheila Larkin ‘54 Patricia Abitabilo Latteri ‘60 Pearl Lau ‘94 Barbara Ann Cahill Law ‘61 Shelia Murphy Lawrence ‘52 Patricia Wymbs Leiper ‘53 Rita Doran Lennon ‘57 Winifred Cullinan Lewis ‘64 Patrick Lewis Elizabeth Ann Adams Liddell ‘47 Eileen Lissmann ‘65 Lillian McKeon Lucca ‘52 Rosalie Lucchese ‘64 Elizabeth Luyando ‘79 Rosaleen Lynch Magaly Nunez Macaluso ‘78 Beverly Mack ‘49 Mary Madden ‘55 Mary Magee ‘44 Joan Magruder ‘64 Margaret McElhone Mallazzo ‘49 Jean Perrenod Mamakos ‘64 Arlene Terriberry Manning ‘63 Jacqueline McGuigan Marchetti ‘51 Margaret Mariani ‘61 Noreen Grace Marino ‘48 Anna Quigley Markert ‘52 Lucy Marro ‘45 Paula Matheson ‘63 Helen Mc Hugh Kathleen Fennell Mc Mahon ‘51 Sr. Kathleen McAvoy ‘48 Carol Diedrich McCann ‘52 Mary Connelly McCarthy ‘55

2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 ANNUAL REPORT Frances McCutchin Joan McKeon McGrath ‘54 Carol Ann Gorman McKay ‘59 Carolyn Laughlin McKeon ‘56 Cathleen McLoughlin ‘55 Cecelia McKinley McNiff ‘54 Mercedes Casco Mejia ‘69 Metro Protection Systems, Inc. Mary Clarke Miksic ‘50 Theresa Miskic ‘64 Melvina Thompson Missouri-Donovan ‘58 Wanda Andrukonis Mitko ‘50 Amy McDonagh Monegro ‘83 Helen Santiago Montalvo ‘78 Rose Moran ‘49 Mary Barrett Moran ‘58 Carlotta Morris Joseph Muccia Angela Moraldo Mueller ‘63 Bernadette Muinga 2007 Barbara Cella Muller ‘40 Kathleen Mulligan ‘48 Mary Keenan Mullins ‘64 Sr. Patricia Mulryan ‘48 Elizabeth Chambers Munro ‘53 Ann Vaughn Murphy ‘54 Sr. Jacqueline Murphy ‘51 Sr. Grace Therese Murray ‘45 Mildred Berberich Murtagh ‘47 Joan Hanahoe Murtha ‘49 Raul Muyalde Helen Fehily Nagle ‘51 Nancy Kelly Nardozzi ‘64 Eleanora Corsi Nastasi ‘60 Josephine Reda Nittoly ‘47 Lucy Petruzzi Nowakowski ‘44 Barbara Casey O’Brien ‘58 Elizabeth O’Brien ‘59 Denise O’Callaghan ‘71 Ann McVey O’Connor ‘54 Helen Fennelly O’Connor ‘55 Helen O’Dea ‘47 Margaret O’Dea ‘47 John Oden Gloria Stewart O’Donnell ‘59 Eleanor Cummings O’Hagan ‘52 Tom Olender Hillarie O’Malley

Marie O’Neill ‘39 Teresa Smith O’Neill ‘44 Milagros O’Neill ‘58 Mary O’Toole Orlando ‘51 Ann Yezzi Orlando ‘54 Linda Orlando ‘77 Alice Lynch O’Shea ‘46 Rose Pisano Ostrom ‘44 Julia O’Toole ‘60 Norma Lepore Pace ‘37 Maria Palhao Pacheco ‘72 Aida Bernard Padilla ‘67 Carmen Rosado Pagan ‘64 Leonard Pasciucco Lillian Fitzgerald Paul ‘45 Jeanne Espinal Payne ‘62 Agnes Cross Peace ‘39 Ann Brennan Peel ‘54 Betty Perry Margarita Perusquia Ann Salmon Pervier ‘52 Elizabeth Buckner Pierson ‘68 Gloria Pins Arecchi ‘64 Nancy Albrecht Pironti ‘64 Dorothy Secko Poplinsky ‘47 Maureen Heneghan Potter ‘49 Shirley Andrews Prioleau ‘63 Mary McAllister Pryor ‘46 Mary Mensing Purack ‘37 Mary Alexander Purcell ‘46 Rita Monahan Quirk ‘48 June Walsh Racine ‘39 Elizabeth Farley Ralston ‘53 Rosemary Quigley Ray ‘51 Irma De Pedro Reagan ‘57 Sharon Reback Frances Repka-Hall ‘68 Florence Ressegue ‘73

Ingrid Reyes ‘88 Alicemarie Synnott Rice ‘65 Virginia Nolan Ripp ‘69 Carol Morfield Roberts ‘54 Jane Amberson Roche ‘52 Mary Soto Rodriguez ‘68 Lelia Hurlston Roeckell ‘50 Yvette Rojas ‘87 Roxann Romano Amparo Perez Rosen ‘67 Christina Rosas Rudolph ‘57 Eileen McDermott Ryan ‘50 Laura Sahliyeh Margaret Carroll Salomone ‘58 Susan Sandstrom Mary Sanford ‘68 Helen Santiago ‘65 Donna Marie Santo ‘60 Julie Sargent Elizabeth Sarsfield-Kidder ‘64 Virginia Saunders Mirasola ‘51 Mary Joyce Sawers ‘43 Thomas Schatz Linda Marucci Schechter ‘68 Mary Newill Sears ‘56 Patricia Flanagan Sena ‘50 Robert Shafer Michael Shannon Helen Cassidy Sheehan ‘51 Margaret Keohane Siegler ‘57 Grace Towler Smallwood ‘51 Loretta Reilly Smith ‘59 Josephine Spencer ‘43 Joan Rocks Sprenz ‘51 David Steadly Mary Hayes Stock ‘50 Janet Roche Stoddard ‘47 Harriet Fenton Strembel ‘44 Teresa Mullin Sullivan ‘43 Evelyn Dye Sullivan ‘63 Cornelius Sullivan Nora Sullivan ‘55 Sherrel Summers Harmon ‘68 Joan Lieber Sweeney ‘46 Orson Swindle Anna Marie Costa Tesoriero ‘57 Mary Quinn Thieleke ‘57 Carole O’Keefe Timlin ‘69

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Blue and Gold Club Gifts up to $99 Anonymous (3) Barbara Gotthard Aarons ‘59 Maria Acevedo ‘79 Florence O’Neill Adams ‘50 Adefolaranmi Afolabi ‘94 Joan Campion Akerlind ‘47 William Albrecht Lucille Amoruso ‘69 Maria Cordani Andrasko ‘57 Evelyn Aquaro ‘35 Anna Brown Armstrong ‘57 Carol Roganti Arnone ‘54 Doris Rodriquez Asencio ‘58 Loretta Canzius Astegher ‘65 Rina DePaoli Austin ‘53

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Grace Cintron Aversa ‘53 Elisa Cordero Baerga ‘55 Marta Baez ‘65 Doris Baldwin ‘42 Mariam Balogun ‘94 Sherilyn Scudder Banks ‘76 Arlene Cousens Barbagallo ‘53 Marion Eyth Barden ‘64 Gail Barnes Goodwin ‘69 Selina Theophilus Barron ‘70 Alice McMorrow Barry ‘53 Rosalina Cassini Barwich ‘52 Peggy Hanley Battaglia ‘53 Madeline Jacobs Bauer ‘48 Kathleen Taggart Bauer ‘67 Patricia Belarski ‘54 Carol Naimoli Bellofatto ‘57 Alice Bisso Bendik ‘44 Joan Keane Bennett ‘74 Tina Consolata Berte ‘49 Marueen Baker Biondi ‘62 Corinne Doonan Birdie ‘41 Mary McManus Bittles ‘55 Rosemary Jilek Bolz ‘46 Joy Warren Boral ‘54 Agnes Boudakian ‘45 Catherine Lee Boyle ‘61 Sr. Breda Boyle ‘54 Diane Boyle Paoli ‘58 Carol Bozek Alice McKeon Bradin ‘54 Mary McAuliffe Breidenbach ‘42 Mary Murphy Brennan ‘49 Carmen Mares Brocke ‘54 Rosemary McGovern Brosnan ‘56 Mary Lawrenson Brosseau ‘47 Constance Grant Brown ‘53 Lillian Brown ‘55 Alice Brown ‘55 Rose Gambino Browning ‘57 Mary Pasquinelli Bruschi ‘48 Marcella Gray Bucello ‘68 Edith Carroll Buckley ‘46 Theresa Salzmann Buehler ‘60 Sr. Joan Burbage ‘49 Virginia Paretti Burgholzer ‘64 Pauline Camisa Burgio ‘52 Marian Brady Burke ‘43 Anita Ward Burton ‘58

Barbara Schneider Buscemi ‘68 Vita Galati Busch ‘40 Mary Mannion Buszewski ‘54 Julian Butler Carlton Byrd Theresa McGlynn Byrne ‘48 Mary Jane Weadock Byrnes ‘59 Patricia Flynn Cahill ‘62 Eileen McPartlin Cahill ‘62 Barbara Keglowitz Callea ‘64 Rosa Maria Carrillo Calvo ‘55 Henry Campion Louise Rossi Campofiori ‘58 Gonzalo Canelas Mary Rose Canning ‘44 Frances DeLucia Capella ‘55 Rosemary Flood Cappola ‘53 Josephine McGovern Carew ‘51 Edith Carlson ‘67 Nayadez Carmichael ‘94 Patricia Ruxton Carnazza ‘56 Victor Caroddo Romilda Savino Caron ‘53 Kathleen Corr Carr ‘56 Greta Schmidt Carr ‘58 Maureen Cassidy-Mangan ‘70 Annette Combi Castrogiovanni ‘56 Beatrice Belardi Catherina ‘47 Rosemary Catoggio ‘59 Victoria Saccomanno Cavanna ‘64 Margaret Kmetic Cedilnik ‘58 Kathleen Clarke Cepelak ‘36 Donna Marie Chillemi ‘74 Helen Lee Chin ‘59 Joan Burchianti Cihanek ‘68 Marie Sortino Cipriano Merrifield ‘46 Anna Pieretti Clark ‘49 Mary Powers Clarkin ‘45 Veronica Purcell Cleary ‘49 Ruth Denner Cleary ‘46 Grace Patricia McKenna Clifford ‘48 Anna Colella Cohen ‘46 Jean Holland Coldrick ‘60 Evelyn Collazo ‘64 Henrietta Hicks Collins ‘71 Nancy Collins ‘62 Luz Colon ‘74 Rosemarie Marron Colvin ‘50 Lucille Ayala Concepcion ‘70

2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 ANNUAL REPORT Julia O’Keefe Conifrey ‘56 Sr. Anne Connelly ‘44 Barbara Tighe Connolly ‘61 Helene Keiling Conroy ‘52 Mary Corbett ‘41 Lillian Ingrao Corrado ‘46 Frances Corr-Michell Eileen Fratello Costanza ‘55 Radie Davis Cotman ‘69 Clare Eberhart Craven ‘47 Eleanor Madden Crean ‘56 Jacqueline Fitzgerald Cronin ‘59 Christine Gillan Crossan ‘58 Anne Marie Burke Csak ‘60 Mary Boland Cunneen ‘54 Jean Duane Cunniff ‘48 Eileen O’Halloran Curran ‘41 Kathleen Dunleavy Dailey ‘58 Catherine Marie Koor Dalkiewicz ‘45 Catherine Herrick Daly ‘43 Mary Ann Gasparich Daly ‘69 Anne Eberhart Dami ‘43 Catherine Wells Dandurand ‘56 Justine Urcinoli Dansky ‘62 Cecilia Etlinger Davidson ‘58 Eugenia Semone Davies-Logan ‘54 Alanna Davis ‘94 Rose Marie Marotta DeBonis ‘57 Anne Porco Degennaro ‘58 Sr. Gloria Degnan ‘47 Marjory Del Frate ‘51 Helen Doonan Delaney ‘57 Rafaela Barbosa Delgado ‘65 Sr. Amelia DeMarco Laura Cahill Detrano ‘74 Irene Gadak Deutsch ‘55 Marianne Jennings Devitt ‘55 Yara Meneses Dias ‘59 Ada Diaz ‘84 Paulette Hamway Didato ‘48 Dominic Digricoli Jeanne Becker Dillon ‘46 Dorothy Neff Dipierro ‘55 Rosemary Scanlon Dolan ‘51 L. Peter Dolan Patricia Levins Donelon ‘53 Margaret Dooley Brendan Dooley Ann Dougherty ‘53

Laura Doyle Agnes Bova Duncan ‘51 Sr. Michaela Durkin ‘48 Raymond Durney Antonia Teresa Samuda Edghill Brenda Eisbey Eisby ‘67 Patricia Moore Ellis ‘56 Elsa Muller Emmerich ‘44 Joan Therese England ‘51 Giselle Estevez 2005 Josephine Estrada ‘61 Joanne Courtlandt Evans ‘49 Carmen Samayoa Facente ‘64 Barbara Zoni Faherty ‘55 Diana Hoffman Fallis ‘61 Florence Keegan Fallon ‘57 Margaret Reilly Farbent ‘59 Patricia Halloran Fare ‘51 Joan Farrell ‘47 Patricia O’Brien Farrell ‘49 Theodora Podesta Farrell ‘40 Lisa Delgado Favata ‘83 Eleanor Higgins Feeley ‘54 Veronica Fenty Joyce ‘48 M.J. Ferrara Nora Keogh Feury ‘43 Nicolena Iulo Filipponi ‘60 Yvonne Charres Filon ‘77 Theresa Burke Fitzgerald ‘44 Catherine Slattery Flaherty ‘50 Kate Slattery Flaherty ‘50 Rosaline Fleming ‘59 Noreen Conway Fleming ‘53 Virginia D’Elia Flood ‘44 Barbara Kelly Florio ‘51 Eileen Rodgers Flynn ‘60 Carole Desch Flynn ‘46 Patricia Dunn Flynn ‘54 Winifred Forhan ‘48

Elizabeth Fougner Germana Stangarone Fraih ‘64 Ernestine Bonesso Furlan ‘45 Lisa Furnari ‘78 Dorothy Gillan Gabor ‘60 Rosemary Vida Galante ‘64 Margaret Gallacher ‘57 Margaret Hamill Gallagher ‘47 Joan Greaney Gallagher ‘53 Helen Barton Gallagher ‘41 Sueanne Kenealy Gallagher ‘56 Elizabeth Carey Galvin ‘57 Gandolfa Gambino-Valinoti ‘57 Theresa Schmitt Gand ‘47 Elaine Gannon ‘55 Rosa Garcia ‘69 Barbara Stalzer Garcia ‘59 Nora Gardner ‘66 Rose Lobascio Garofalo ‘55 Teresa Fleming Gatins ‘55 Linda Gaudiosi ‘67 Josephine Bica Genovese ‘57 Sr. Margaret Gerard Von Achen Rose Murnion Gerdes ‘52 Margaret Farley Gibbons ‘47 Catherine Blake Gill ‘53 Anna Tucker Gilmour ‘53 Frank and Marie Gionni Daphnie Glemaud Glemaud 2012 Judith Glogovsky ‘76 Constance Carty Goldbeck ‘45 Albert Goldberg Laura Chalk Goodwin ‘60 Sr. Maria Mannix Goretti ‘49 Nora Brozio Gorman ‘54 Kathleen Stapleton Gorman ‘47 Nora Craddock Gorman ‘56 Margaret McArdle Gough ‘59 Cerena Gourdine ‘72 Margaret Hillier Greco ‘47 Marie Duffy Greenslade ‘56 Joyce Gregory ‘86 Roseann Smith Guglielmo ‘64 Frances Castle Guido ‘57 Florence Gore Guippone ‘53 Concetta Barreca Gutbrod ‘50 Alice Hagan ‘57 Joan Coghlan Hamilton ‘59 Diane O’Donnell Handley ‘59

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Ann Hickey Kenny ‘47 Mary Ann Micillo Kikel ‘57 Mary Barrett King ‘59 Barbara Lentz King ‘60 Dorothea Ulrich Kirschmeier ‘43 Marianne Flaherty Kiskorna ‘60 Nancy Kissel ‘58 Carolyn Fitzgerald Klingner ‘46 Lucy Dunne Knoth ‘47 Patricia O’Hara Knoth ‘47 Margaret Coen Koester ‘43 Mary Feenaghty Kosick ‘52 Margaret Adamson Kovacs ‘63 Helen Maag Kovarik ‘51 Nora Butler Krajcir ‘49 Anna Calzi La Magna ‘51 Corinne Genova Lacey ‘51 Sheila Harrington Lapolla ‘56 Lee Ann Muso Laporta ‘65 Patricia Battaglino Larosa ‘60 Sara Latorre ‘55 Rose Darmiento Lavallee ‘54 Lorraine Corps Lawn ‘61 Mary Bridget Mescall Layson ‘60 Carole Canecchia Lazarus ‘64 Gina Puma Lecca ‘59 Jo Ann Kurdach Lee ‘67 Mary Moffett Lenihan ‘38 Nora Lennon ‘47 Leona Leo Janet Sorrentino Leo ‘50 April Williams Lewis ‘68 Miriam Edwards Lewis ‘66 Thomas Lewis Vanessa Arantuez Limbaro 2010 Bettina Cassara Linneman ‘59 Josephine Pecoraro Lo Pinto ‘56

Joan Mulligan Longo ‘48 Marion Deutsch Lontkowski ‘55 Mary Kane Lopez ‘44 Elbanery Lora ‘94 Bernadette Benison Loughlin ‘53 Theresa McGrath Lunn ‘50 Rita Lynch ‘58 Elvira Schaefflein Lynch ‘59 Mary Kerin Lynch ‘47 Margaret Lynch Joanne Maggio Lynch ‘67 Diana Carlucci Lyons ‘57 Eileen Keys Lyver ‘52 Theresa Macaluso ‘66 Maria Maddalena ‘61 Cordelia Barilli Magarello ‘60 Patricia McCabe Maher ‘59 Linda Maher ‘67 Margaret Dwyer Maher ‘60 Stephanie Deery Mahoney ‘57 Catherine O’Connor Mallon ‘47 Kathleen Mallon ‘55 Laraine Martinez Mallon ‘60 Philomena Krauss Malone ‘55 Ann Teresa McHugh Maloney ‘52 Marion Doonan Manley ‘56 Jeanne Marcell Marianne Hryckowian Marcinkowski ‘71 Helen Sicilia Marengo ‘47 Sr. Patricia Markey ‘53 Ann Lynch Maroney ‘54 Anita Martin ‘57 Dolores Martin ‘47 Sr. Eileen Martin Maria Torres Martinez ‘51 Elaine Marucci ‘60 Theresa Rowley Marzoli ‘46 Barbara Mason ‘57 Eileen Ferriter Mason ‘49 Maria Andretta Massimo ‘52 Johanna O’Sullivan Maye ‘64 Margaret Sunderland Mc Carthy ‘44 Eileen O’Sullivan Mc Closkey ‘58 Patricia Flanagan Mc Glinchey ‘49 Nancy Mc Manus ‘55 Sr. Nancy Mc Namara ‘51 Barbara Lamb McAdorey ‘55 Elizabeth Cassidy McAleer ‘49 Caroline Bocker McCaffrey ‘56

Sr. Kathleen McCann ‘48 Mary Sharp McCarthy ‘60 Catherine Allen McCarthy ‘60 Katherine Durkin McCarthy ‘52 Mary Fitzpatrick McCoy ‘73 Kathleen Graham McCoy ‘49 Irene Shea McCrory ‘48 Joan Murphy McCulloch ‘52 Patricia McDermott ‘74 Barbara Caserio McDonald ‘64 Marie Cunniffe McDonald ‘48 Margaret Dolan McDonough ‘51 Patricia Flanagan McGlinchey ‘49 Winifred Hind McGovern ‘50 Joan Feiss McGowan ‘53 Joan McGrath ‘53 Martha Medzwiecke McGreevy ‘56 Helen McGrenra ‘46 Sr. Padriac Mary McGuinness ‘50 Rita McGrath McGuire ‘53 Helen Gallagher McHugh ‘54 Sr. Kathleen McHugh ‘55 Ellen Curtin McIntyre ‘50 Marilyn McKeon ‘54 Dorothy Mussman McKiernan ‘43 Margaret Beckley McMahon ‘64 Eileen Casey McMahon ‘57 Ellen Hunt McMahon ‘49 Jeanne O’Dea McNally ‘59 Deborah Beggi McNally ‘69 Josephine Hanley McNamara ‘45 Louise Seybold McNulty ‘63 Teresa King McNulty ‘38 Alice Cronley McPartland ‘51 Carol McShane Joan McWilliams ‘64 Frances Samayoa Medico ‘68 Anna Marie Meenagh ‘35 Edith Meissner ‘54 Maria Mejia 2006 Helen Sciabolacci Mele ‘49 Yasmin Garcia Mele ‘74 Catherine McArdle Mendola ‘55 Karen Janis Merrigan ‘64 Patricia Rowan Merritts ‘52 Catherine Tuzzo Miceli ‘48 Anne Egan Micera ‘53 Marilyn Miller ‘52 Bernadine John Miller ‘60

Margaret Mitchell ‘67 Susan Wade Monahan ‘57 Edna Volpi Montiel ‘66 Ellen Moon 2006 Lillian Harnett Mooney ‘44 Elizabeth Barry Mooney ‘65 Lorraine McNulty Moore ‘58 Nelida Morales ‘72 Jean Heissler Moran ‘49 Mary Barrett Moran ‘58 Ann McGovern Moran ‘52 Marie O’Malley Morris ‘57 Diane VanLeuwen Morris ‘65 Elizabeth Rooney Mullins ‘53 Sr. Sheila Mullins ‘58 Mary Keenan Mullins ‘64 Veronica McCarthy Murphy ‘54 Elizabeth Gansert Murphy ‘36 Eileen Dowling Murphy ‘53 Margaret Walsh Murphy ‘57 Charles Murphy Mary Fincone Murphy ‘53 Jeanne Antoine Murray ‘64 Sr. Mary Rose Murray ‘48 Helene Oberkirsch Murray ‘67 Mildred Berberich Murtagh ‘47 Theresa Myers Joan Connelly Nadal ‘47 Helen Fehily Nagle ‘51 Katherine Brengs Nagle ‘59 Josephine Capolupo Nappa ‘57 Lisa Nason Joyce Bari Needelman ‘54 Sr. Miriam Nevins ‘48 Patricia McGlynn Nicholson ‘58 Dorothy Nicolosi ‘49 Jacqueline Nieves-Hernandez ‘72 Theresa Murray Ninnivaggi ‘52 Rose Wenke Nolan ‘57 Veronica Minogh Nolan ‘62 Dorothy Kissane Nothofer ‘48 Denise Alatsitis O’Brien ‘68 Sr. Patricia O’Brien ‘52 Denise Alatsitis O’Brien ‘68 Patricia O’Connell ‘54 Dianne O’Connor Marie Caraisco O’Hanlon ‘54 Ann Zorn O’Hara ‘55 Eleanor McGrath O’Hara ‘46

Elizabeth O’Hare ‘54 Mary Leahy Ohrnberger ‘54 Ann Jennings Okeefe ‘53 Geraldine Philipp O’Keefe ‘59 Kathleen McNulty O’Keeffe ‘53 Patricia Cabrera O’Loughlin ‘86 Thomas O’Malley Helen Barrett O’Neill ‘59 Carol Goodlet O’Neill ‘61 Tiffany Ong ‘91 Alice Quinn O’Reilly ‘55 Mary O’Toole Orlando ‘51 Sonia Ortiz-Gulardo ‘64 Nancy Negrey O’Sullivan ‘60 Carmen Rivera Oxhorn ‘57 Mary Ann Valenzano Palumbo ‘64 Imelda Hughes Panzer ‘53 Marian Xefos Parmer ‘68 Mary Reilly Parsons ‘54 Monique Peay ‘84 Rosemary Catena Pepe ‘59 Gloria Bergmayer Perkins ‘57 Joan Hattauer Perrino ‘66 Mona Peterson ‘70 Leslie Peterson ‘68 Sr. Rosemary Petrucelli ‘50 Sr. Miriam Kevin Phillips ‘46 Mary O’Shea Pierce ‘50 Diana Motyka Pinamonti ‘61 Victoria Piren-Tesori ‘68 Angela Scarangelli Pittari ‘56 Maria Maestri Polli ‘62 Joan Potenza ‘61 Frances McGee Potter-Raiti ‘59 Patricia Van Ardoy Prager ‘65 Teresa Gomez Prendergast ‘61 Kathleen Canning Price ‘55 Lynn Prime ‘65 Maryse Prosper ‘83 Elizabeth Marks Prussak ‘51 Theresa McEntee Ptacek ‘53 Jan Simms Puig ‘61 Lorraine Stona Queenan ‘42 Elizabeth Quinn ‘47 Mary Fitzgerald Quinn ‘43 Eileen Donnelly Quinn ‘59 Margaret Geddis Quinn ‘51 Lorraine Hausner Rabon ‘64 Eva Kuzyk Raczynsky ‘64

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2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 ANNUAL REPORT Francine Raggi-Collins ‘64 Diana Bergeron Ramirez ‘59 Dorothy Daly Ramsdell ‘41 Deann Bethune Ranzy 2003 Irma Rivera Rasquin ‘57 Virginia Conte Ravizza ‘49 Patricia Regan ‘63 Mary Keilly Reilly ‘62 Joan Parsons Reilly ‘62 Sister Eileen Reilly ‘41 Evelyn Pinero Reina ‘68 Mary Anne Teufel Reinthaler ‘53 Diane Tassara Rende ‘65 Ann Marie Dietz Reynen ‘58 Irene Reynolds ‘52 Donna Ricci Sr. Loretta Theresa Agnes Richards ‘47 Mary McCrossan Richardson ‘53 Margaret Woods Roche ‘45 Nilma Rodriguez ‘54 Carolyn Stoulp Roganti-Eaton ‘63 Adis Alina Roman ‘79 Theresa Urgo Romano ‘55 Mary Cullen Rongetti ‘59 Beatrice Whelan Rose ‘50 Stephanie Suarez Rosen ‘67 Elaine Rosengart ‘53 Miriam Rossi ‘70 Jean Opris Ruggiero ‘65 Jacqueline Miranda Ruiz ‘91 Maureen Hernon Ruppmann ‘58 Rosemary McGahey Russell ‘59 Katherine Cataldo Cataldo Ruth ‘61 Alice Morris Ryan ‘64 Barbara Hamann Ryan ‘56 Sr. Theresa Rybarik ‘52 Johanna Hesenius Sacco ‘44 Cathy Sadaghiani

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Mary Ghiglieri Saggese ‘50 Rose Marie Carpentiere Saitta ‘60 Doris Sala ‘54 Winifred Childs Saltus ‘46 Sandra Bonilla San Miguel ‘62 Julia Santiago ‘70 Janice Liguori Santomassimo ‘64 Terry Strong Santos ‘75 Camille Cortese Santospirito ‘56 Rosemarie Turco Scatti Anna Siegel Schloemer ‘37 Joan Lee Schloth ‘50 Catherine Lavin Schmalenberger ‘47 Dorothy Yockel Schmidt ‘39 Jean McMahon Schmitz ‘48 Carmela Vicario Schott ‘67 Carol May Schuler ‘65 Robert and Carol Schwarzlow Kathleen Cividanes Scott ‘57 Dorothy O’Donnell Seaman ‘50 Kiera Segler ‘81 Patricia Hills Serrano ‘49 Edna Rasmussen Shannon ‘44 Ann Marie Carey Sheehan ‘51 Helen Cassidy Sheehan ‘51 Teri Sheridan ‘47 Mary McCusker Sherry ‘59 Patricia Tonra Sickler ‘55 M. John Siebold Eileen Madden Simko ‘64 Joan Singel Singel ‘53 Jane Wood Skiffington ‘45 Diane Baker Skripko ‘65 Marie McArdle Slevin ‘54 Sr. Margaret Smith ‘51 Anna Sullivan Smith ‘52 Eleanor Smith ‘46 Bridget Wilkie Smith ‘53 Noreen Murphy Smullen ‘52 Grace Fitzpatrick Snider ‘45 Theresa Reiser Southwood ‘50 Maria Spagnuolo Patricia Dolan Spillane ‘53 Patricia Rowan St. Clair ‘56 Linda Stamm Patrica Tolfree Steimel ‘62 Hilde Boos Stetter ‘47 Margaret Sullivan ‘55

2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 ANNUAL REPORT Mary McElligott Wagenhofer ‘48 Joyce McCullers Walker ‘69 Carolyn Lobozzo Walsh ‘59 Bridget Walsh ‘53 Patricia Walsh ‘56 Lora Lenart Walz ‘44 Rosalie Cirigliano Wandle ‘60 Sr. Andrea Weidner ‘51

Brigid Connolly Sullivan ‘68 Ann Sullivan ‘60 Eileen Noone Sullivan ‘62 Bernadette Simone Sullivan ‘64 Mary Gildea Sullivan ‘52 Phyllis Bochichio Sullivan ‘59 Mary Gildea Sullivan ‘52 Frances Heitmann Taglang ‘55 Anna Ferrulli Taneredi ‘57 Patricia Anne Hackett Tarpinian ‘54 Dorothy Taylor ‘60 Bianca Bonaldo Telesmanich ‘62 Maria Rossi Terner ‘62 Lourdes Baltar Terriza ‘48 Marie Therency ‘86 Monique Thompson ‘89 Teresa Schmitt Thomson ‘36 Aida Colon Tieso ‘64 Kathleen Cumiskey Tighe ‘51 Frances Toal ‘59 Rosemarie Engmann Tomasini ‘63 Theresa Mahoney Toolan-Veverka ‘57 Helen Condon Topp ‘49 Muriel Hanahoe Trainor ‘48 Joanne Sabini Tritini ‘56 Constance Forbes Tucker ‘54 Judith Schluensen Turco ‘58 Patricia Edridge Utzschneider ‘46 Carmela Macioce Vaiano ‘48 Charlotte Neff Vaughn ‘48 Kay Wehner Velleca ‘54 Frances Heller Ventrice ‘54 Carol Rasche Vercammen ‘55 Isabelle Dave Vinci ‘41 Anna Marie Hughes Vitt ‘60 Gisela Viver ‘84 Gail Volpi ‘71

Mary Harrison Welply ‘49 Bertha Camal Weston ‘59 Catherine Rowland Wojciechowicz ‘50 Patricia Wolke ‘45 Aimee New Wu Won ‘64 Yamile Zarzuela ‘99 Patricia Hamluk Zimmel ‘71 Mary Zini

Ellen Zivitz Josephine DeSanti Zorat ‘59 Patricia Connelly Zorka ‘64 Catherine Rocco Zorn ‘47 Lisa Ficarotta Zupcich ‘82

HONOR AND MEMORIAL DONATIONS In memory of Anne Campion ‘41 Henry Campion In honor of M. Waters, C. DeFilippis, K Hallacy, V. Turner Lillian McKeon Lucca ‘52 In memory of Ethel Heary White ‘31 and Dorothy Henry Toumey ‘32 Donald Toumey In memory of Anna Monhan Rita Monahan Quirk ‘48 In memory of Alexandria Tartaglione DeSimone’43 Ruth Estes M.J. Ferrara William Ferraro Frank and Marie Gionni Donna Ricci Robert and Carol Schwarzlow In memory of Alice Cousens Correa Arlene Cousens Barbagallo 1953 In memory of Anna Dooley ‘58 Brendan Dooley In memory of Anne Golden ‘41 Corinne Doonan Birdie ‘41 In memory of Beatrice Dwyer O’Connell’51 Helen Dwyer Shea ‘49 In memory of Beatrice Mahon’53 Alice McMorrow Barry ‘53 In memory of Bridget Kelly Dell’Aera ‘53 Margaret Ellis Cotier ‘53 In memory of Carmen Guzman Elizabeth Marks Prussak ‘51

In memory of Catherine Casey Barbara Casey O’Brien ‘58 In memory of Catherine O’Brien O’Malley ‘44 Thomas O’Malley In memory Rosemary Comerford ‘38 Cathy Sadaghiani In memory of Veronica Boen ‘93 Luz Boen In memory of Eleanor Armstrong Troy Frances Troy In memory of James McPartland Elizabeth McPartland McPartland ‘40 In memory of James Murphy Elizabeth Gansert Murphy ‘36 In memory of Jeanette Douglas Siebold ‘44 M. John Siebold In memory of Jeanne Barrett Hickey ‘53 Mary Barrett King ‘59 In memory of Josephine Corsaro Kassay ‘40 Theodora Podesta Farrell ‘40 In memory of Julia Lynch Scully Francis Duffy In memory of Kathleen Murtha ‘68 Kathleen Burke ‘68 In memory of Lillian Delahanty’33 Patricia Levins Donelon ‘53 In memory of Louise Sbasquin’48 Noreen Grace Marino ‘48 In memory of Lucretia Darmiento ‘57 Rose Darmiento Lavallee ‘54

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HONOR AND MEMORIAL DONATIONS In memory of Margaret Fennelly Grace ‘38 Jeffrey Altman Curtis Blake Carol Bozek Paul Brensic Julian Butler Enes Carnesecca Victor Caroddo Bradley Collins F. Farrell Collins Margaret Devine Laura Doyle Noreen Doyle Ann Marie Fennelly Elizabeth Fougner Francis Gildea Peter Gildea Albert Goldberg George Goldberger Ronald Green Sheri Herb

Steven Hofman Eleanore Jordan Virginia Kamsky Rosaleen Lynch Frances McCutchin Dianne O’Connor John Oden John Oden Marilyn Paganucci Leonard Pasciucco Betty Perry Sharon Reback Laura Sahliyeh Thomas Schatz Robert Shafer Orson Swindle Robert Tedeschi Terrence Flood Philip J. Wilker

In memory of Margaret Murphy Cassels ‘48 Daniela Murphy Fahey ‘60 In memory of Margaret Treacy Albrecht ‘42 William Albrecht In memory of Marie Coyne Murrin ‘47 Mildred Berberich Murtagh ‘47 In memory of Marilyn Brauner Glicini ‘49 Elaine Brauner Rosengart ‘53 In memory of Marion Ackley ‘41 June Walsh Racine ‘39 In memory of Mary Moriarty Going ‘59 Raymond Going In memory of Marylee Oricoli ‘60 Patricia Battaglino Larosa 1960 In memory of Matthew Clemmer McGee Daniel Hamburger In memory of Matthew Maleska| Daniel Edelson In memory of Matthew McGee Connie Curran In memory of Charlotte Nugent Walsh ‘23 Edward Walsh

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In memory of Agatha Tyrell Carol Tyrell 1977 In memory of Eileen Harwood McLaughlin ‘33 Monica Keane In memory of Elizabeth Hanley ‘42 Lisa Nason In memory of Madeline Major Gail Barnes Goodwin ‘69 In memory of Mr and Mrs. William J. Anderle Ellen Anderle Anderle ‘58 In memory of Rita Carpanini ‘52 Daniel Davis Maria Cordani Andrasko ‘57 In memory of Rita Clymer ‘31 Raymond Durney In memory of Rita E. Lewis ‘33 Thomas Lewis In memory of Mary T. O’Brien ‘54 Elizabeth Keenan Brady ‘57 In honor of the Sisters of Charity of CHS Grace Henke ‘50 In memory of Sr. Francis Xavier Irma De Pedro Reagan ‘57 In memory of Vincenza Santoro DiGiacomo ‘40 Theodora Podesta Farrell ‘40 In memory of Patricia Hector Strochansky ‘77 Charles Strochansky In memory of Rose Pisano Ostrom’44 James Ostrom In memory of Anna O’Sullivan Eileen O’Sullivan Mc Closkey ‘58 In memory of Helen Garcey ‘34 Robert Garvey In mermory of Sister Patricia Corr ‘45 Frances Corr-Michell In memory of Ann C. Walsh Sobczyk ‘38 Susan Yamaguchi In honor of Sr. Loretta, Sr. Lucille, and Sr. Andre Gina Bronzo ‘72 In memory of Mary Eleanor and Stanley Gontcharuk Stephanie Gontcharuk Sekula ‘59 In honor of Nora Petruzzi McArdle Lucy Petruzzi Nowakowski ‘44

2 0 1 3 - 2 0 1 4 ANNUAL REPORT Tuition Assistance Grants We thank the following organizations for providing tuition assistance for our students. Brooklyn Jesuit Prep Cathedral High School Spires Foundation Inner City – Principal’s Discretionary Fund ICSF: Be A Student’s Friend Program ICSF: Cardinal’s Scholarship Program Carmel Hill Student Sponsor Partners Futures in Education The New York Province of the Society of Jesus Summer on the Hill Program

Corporate Matching Gifts Thank you to all the corporations that doubled and in some cases tripled our

donor’s gifts. Please check with your employer to ask if they have a matching gift program.

Target Vanguard Charitable Endowment Wells Fargo Foundation

American Express Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation Chevron Texaco Exxon Mobil Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Freddie Mac Foundation Goldman Sachs & Co Hess Companies Ingersoll Rand Corporations JP Morgan Chase Foundation Lord Abbett & Co, LLC Macy’s Foundation Mutual of America

Sr. Mary Raymond Legacy Society Generous alumnae and friends who have included The Cathedral High School in their estate plans are recognized with membership in the Legacy Society. We thank the following alumnae, whose foresight and belief in the future of The Cathedral High School has helped to ensure that CHS will remain a unique place of opportunity for young women for generations to come.

Pepsico Foundation Pfizer Foundation Praxair Foundation Shell Oil Company Foundation

Mary E. Cummings Cahill ‘48 Mary Darcy Maureen Lynch Magee ‘49

Annual Appeal 2013-2014 Class Participation Class

# of Donors

Class

# of Donors

Class

# of Donors

Class

# of Donors

1964

84

1954

26

2003

6

1999

1

1955

73

1962

26

1937

5

2000

1

1947

72

1967

24

1983

5

2004

1

1951

60

1965

20

1936

4

2005

1

1958

60

1974

18

1976

3

2007

1

1953

57

1943

15

1984

3

2010

1

1949

55

1969

13

1986

3

2012

1

1959

55

1966

12

1931

2

1960

54

1987

11

1935

2

1957

52

1994

9

1973

2

1948

45

1938

8

1978

2

1952

43

1940

8

1991

2

1961

42

1970

8

2006

2

1963

39

1939

7

1975

1

1956

36

1941

7

1980

1

1950

34

1942

6

1981

1

1946

30

1971

6

1982

1

1944

29

1972

6

1985

1

1967

29

1977

6

1988

1

1945

28

1979

6

1989

1

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Is Your Name Missing? It could be because… 1. You made your gift after our fiscal year ended. This Annual Report is reflective of Annual Fund gifts received between September 1, 2013 - August 31, 2014. Gifts after August 31st will be included in next year’s Annual Report. 2. You asked that your gift be kept anonymous 3. We made a mistake, if so please know that is an omission of the pen and not of the heart.

Please call the Development Office at 212.688.1545 x232 if you have any questions.

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