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CHR ISTIAN BROTHERS

Connection FALL 2018

A LOOK INTO THE ARTS

CB is the place to be an artist

A PUBLICATION FOR THE ALUMNI, PARENTS & FRIENDS OF CHRISTIAN BROTHERS HIGH SCHOOL


CB Leadership Team Lorcan P. Barnes President Chris Orr Principal June McBride Director of Finance David Desmond ’94 Assistant Principal Michelle Williams Assistant Principal Myra Makelim Human Resources Director Kristen McCarthy Director of Admissions & Communications Nancy Smith-Fagan Director of Advancement

Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees at Christian Brothers High School is comprised of 11 volunteers dedicated to safeguarding and advancing the school’s Lasallian Catholic college preparatory mission. Before joining the Board of Trustees, candidates undergo training on Lasallian charism (history, spirituality and philosophy of education) and Policy Governance, a model used by Lasallian schools throughout the District of San Francisco New Orleans. In the 2018–19 school year, the board welcomed a new member, Donald Fitzgerald. David Walrath serves in the role of chair and Steve Mahaney ’69 is the vice chair. The Policy Governance model comprises an inclusive, written set of goals for the school, called Ends Policies, which guide the board in monitoring the performance of the school through the President/CEO. Ends Policies help ensure that Christian Brothers High School adheres to the vision of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and the District of San Francisco New Orleans. “Thank you for being part of the Christian Brothers community. The Board welcomes you to the new school year. I am humbled by the passion and commitment in those who educate and help our students grow,” says Chair David Walrath. “While we have great academic programs, CB is also committed to excellent co-curricular activities for our students to become complete individuals embracing the Lasallian Core Principles.” “As Chair, I would like to thank every Trustee for their continued dedication to the Lasallian Catholic mission and goals set by the founder, St. John Baptist de La Salle.”

Connection is a publication of Christian Brothers High School. The purpose of the magazine is to strengthen the connection between the school and alumni, parents and friends; to cultivate community support for assisting CB in its operation and advancement; and to recognize and thank supporters. News items or articles for consideration should be sent to: Eilleen Le ’12 Assistant Director of Communications (916) 733–3622 ele@cbhs-sacramento.org 4315 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95820

2018–2019 Board of Trustees: (Back row) Br. Dan Morgan, FSC, Javier Plasencia ’74, David Walrath (Chair), Dan Petrocchi ’62, Don Fitzgerald, Jim Kassis ’59, (Front row) Marianne Evashenk, Mary Ann Burford, Steve Mahaney ’69 (Vice Chair), Dr. Heidi Harrison, Tracy Calvillo


Message From the President Fall 2018 “I have received, my God, so many blessings from your infinite goodness that I would have to be very ungrateful if I failed to express to you my very humble gratitude. I owe you everything that I am.” —St. John Baptist de La Salle Dear Alumni, Families and Friends: As I sit at my desk writing this letter, I too am humbled and grateful to God for the many gifts He has bestowed upon our school community. Foremost on my mind today, is the gift of our Lasallian Catholic charism. This coming spring marks 300 years since the passing of St. John Baptist de La Salle, the founder of the Brothers of the Christian Schools. De La Salle transformed education by forming a community of educators with whom he developed a spirituality of teaching and learning that centers on Catholic faith and personal relationships. While emphasizing each student’s cultural, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development, De La Salle recognized that in order to reach students, a teacher must begin by reaching hearts. This legacy continues today with Brothers and Lay Partners educating nearly 1 million students in 80 countries. Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento is blessed to be a part of this incredible mission and thankful that, in our 143rd year, CB is thriving as the largest Catholic high school in the region with students joining us from 72 zip codes and four foreign countries. The academic programs have never been better as evidenced by five consecutive years on the Washington Post’s list of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools.” While many schools boast exclusivity, Christian Brothers focuses on building an inclusive community. A 2018 list from “Niche Rankings” identifies the Most Diverse Private High Schools in America. According to “Niche,” CB ranks number one locally and in the top two percent nationally based on ethnic, economic and cultural diversity statistics and opinions from both students and parents. “Niche” describes a high ranking as an indication “that the school is extremely diverse and fosters a community that accepts and promotes a diversity of viewpoints, backgrounds, religious beliefs, etc. We are grateful to the parents and guardians who entrust us with the hearts and minds of their children. We are also grateful to the alumni, families, businesses and friends who give so generously to ensure that we continue to thrive into our 143rd year and beyond. This issue of Connection includes an Annual Report of Gifts (see page 18) to recognize donations given between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018. Every name represents a vital partner in our efforts.

“We are grateful to the parents and guardians who entrust us with the hearts and minds of their children. We are also grateful to the alumni, families, businesses and friends who give so generously to ensure that we continue to thrive into our 143rd year and beyond.”

Please know that we are careful stewards of your gifts and continue in our commitment to fiscal responsibility while maintaining the tradition of the excellent, value-centered learning at the heart of a Christian Brothers education. Live Jesus in our hearts!

LORCAN P. BARNES, PRESIDENT

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2018 Auction Party

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2018 Lasallian Educator of the Year

2017–2018 ANNUAL REPORT 14 CB Ambassadors Create a Legacy 16 Ambassadors of the Year 17

Securing the Future Campaign

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2017–2018 Annual Report

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Statement of Financial Activities

ALUMNI LIFE 38 31st Annual Wine, Beer & Food Extravaganza 42 Baseball Hall of Fame Dinner 44 Reunions 47

In Memoriam

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Mark Your Calendars

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A LOOK INTO THE ARTS

CB is the place to be an artist Media, visual and performing arts are essential components of a well-rounded education at Christian Brothers. Currently, 600 students, more than half of the student body, participate in the arts. Students can take classes in choir, band, KBFT, The Talon, theatre and visual arts. Theatre productions, Open Mic nights and student-led choirs, De La Femme and De La Dudes, are open to all students. Whether a student is an experienced artist or novice, there is a place for everyone.

CB Takes Home Five Elly Awards! It was a year of spectacular productions by the Christian Brothers theatre program as evidenced by a total of 17 Elly Award nominations for the fall production, “Hamlet,” and the spring musical, “State Fair.” “Hamlet” earned eight nominations and “State Fair” earned nine. Each year, members of the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance attend and judge more than 70 high school theatre productions at more than 30 schools in the region. The Elly Awards recognize exemplary artistic achievements in local and community theatre and are appropriately named after the late Eleanor McClatchy, a devoted patron of the arts. This year’s Elly Awards Ceremony was held on September 9. Months of hard work paid

off as Christian Brothers took home five awards, continuing CB’s tradition of excellence as the most awarded theatre program in the Sacramento region. Just in the past four years, CB has earned an astonishing 67 Elly nominations and 21 wins. “I’ve enjoyed being back at my alma mater, where my interest for technical theatre began,” says theatre arts teacher and technical director for the George Cunningham ’40 Performing Arts Center Heather Christianson ’01. “It has been a joy working with such talented students and seeing them bloom as artists. We are also fortunate to have performing arts teacher, Michael D. Jackson, on board for the expertise he brings to the stage.”

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CB alumni recall how the theatre program helped beyond the classroom and led them to be where they are now: “CB absolutely prepared me to succeed in the classroom. The theatre arts program fostered my love of performing and really instilled in me the confidence to follow my dreams,” said Allison Lian ’14, NYU Tisch School of the Arts ’18, who is currently performing on the national tour of “Finding Neverland.” “I was fortunate to be a part of the Christian Brothers theatre program. As a freshman, I could not have imagined the incredible opportunities that were ahead. It was such a joy to bring a diverse array of characters to life, from Harpo Marx to Hamlet. Not only did I have the privilege of working with exceptional leaders; I also worked and made memories alongside my very talented friends. My time at CB has been so full of joy and love

2018 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS YOUTH ELLY AWARD WINNERS Jacob Cherry ’18 Lead Male in a Play: “Hamlet” Spencer Fitzpatrick ’20 Supporting Male in a Musical: “State Fair” Heather Christianson ’01 Set Design of a Play: “Hamlet” Michael D. Jackson Direction of a Play: “Hamlet” “Hamlet” Best Overall Production in a Play

and I am beyond grateful for every moment I experienced on the stage at Christian Brothers," said Jacob Cherry ’18, UCLA ’22 and winner of the Elly Award for Best Actor in a Play for his performance in “Hamlet.”

CB Visual Arts Students Beautify Sacramento program offers them choices and a path to grow into the artists they hope to be. Teaching visual arts at CB is truly my dream job.”

CB offers a four-year visual art program that includes a rich variety of courses for all artistic levels, ranging from Introduction to Art and Ceramics to Painting and Drawing. Students have the opportunity to grow as artists and choose their creative path as upper division students. “I feel incredibly blessed to work with such intrinsically motivated, hard-working, skilled and talented students,” enthuses fine arts teacher Christine Kerr. “No matter what medium or challenge I throw at them, they always dive in and blow my mind. They are an inspiration to me and to each other. I couldn’t possibly ask for better students. I love that our

The student artwork gets displayed in various ways both at CB and out in the community. The students design the school’s annual Easter and Christmas cards as well as poster advertisements for theatre productions. They enjoy presenting and promoting their work at CB and local art shows, including the annual La Salle Art Exhibit, High School Self-Portrait Show, B Street Theatre Art Show and the student-led Courage Art Show. This past summer, the California State Fair visual art displays were full of artwork created by CB’s artistic students.

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Christian Bohm Returns to Lead CB Choirs It’s not often someone leaves a job to return 18 years later. Christian Brothers welcomed back Mr. Christian Bohm as the Choral Director. Bohm formerly taught at CB from 1995 to 2000, running the entire performing arts program — teaching choir, acting classes, orchestra, jazz band and directing the fall play and spring musical. Sacred Heart Cathedral in San Francisco, a fellow Lasallian school, invited him to become a music teacher to assist in improving their music program. After 18 successful years in San Francisco, Bohm felt a calling to return to Sacramento and the Christian Brothers community. “I came back because my family is here, my home is here,” explains Bohm. “And I love Christian Brothers, it’s always been my home.”

The California State Fair wasn’t the only place CB art was showcased. Abandoned for half a decade, the former Mansion Inn was used as a place for local high school students to create artwork, known as the “Tearing Walls ApART” initiative. The name of the event comes from the student participation in this immersive art exhibit before the hotel gets torn down and turned into a new one. Visual arts student, Ryan Lee ’19, collaborated with McClatchy High School student, Adrian Lau, on an entryway mural at the “Tearing Walls ApART” event on September 23.

1. “SLAM” by Emma Talley ’19 — First Place in Pop Art category

4. “The Flash” by Marina Kordich ’21 — First Place in Mixed Media category

2. “Ripping through the Madness” by Emma Talley ’19 — Honorable Mention

5. “Iron Man” by Marina Kordich ’21 — Second Place in Mixed Media category

3. “Blue Crocheted Sweater” by Emma Talley ’19 —  Second Place

The students are happy to have Mr. Bohm back on campus. “My experience in choir this year has been an amazing journey,” says Melenaite Fetuu ’19, a member of the school’s Concert Choir. “Mr. Bohm has helped me challenge myself in how I sing and to succeed in those challenges. I definitely would love to continue my music career in college or at least still have it be a part of my life in the future.” Motivated to once again grow a program, Bohm is strategically doing outreach and promoting at the grammar school level. He is also organizing summer camps for grammar school children, making plans to increase the choir’s presence in the CB community so more people will see and hear them perform. “There is so much talent on this campus,” enthuses Bohm. “I’m excited about the future of the choral program and the opportunities we have to share our love of singing. I’m blown away by the George Cunningham ’40 Performing Arts Center and CB’s commitment to the arts.” With the return of Mr. Bohm, the Christian Brothers choral program is looking sharp for the new school year.

“From the short time Mr. Bohm has been here, choir has been a highlight in my school day. He makes choir fun and exciting. He is such a role model in my life with the way he carries himself and how he teaches us. I will pursue choir in college, thanks to the excellent experience that Mr. Bohm has given me in the past three months.” CARMEN SINGER ’19, MEMBER OF THE SCHOOL’S CONCERT CHOIR

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The Pulse of CB: The Talon The brilliant student journalists at The Talon, CB’s online newspaper, keep us updated on all that affects our CB community. The 2018 team of 20, with moderator Dave Anderson ’07, recently launched the second season of “Talon Talk,” a podcast by the students, for the students. The show is hosted by Jack Milliken ’19, Izzy de Mattos ’19 and Isabella Walsh ’19. “It’s fun to be back at CB and work with such talented kids,” says Anderson. “I’m incredibly proud of the hard work they put in and am excited about the future of The Talon.” From interviews that highlight students and faculty to CB event features and even local news, such as the Jump Bike craze, these students have their finger on the pulse of CB. Find their podcast on all major podcast providers and online at www.CBTalon.com.

News Broadcasting KBFT, Christian Brothers’ award-winning student-run television station, offers hands-on experience in television, video and audio-engineering production. Rated number one in the nation numerous times, the station boasts more than 100 local and national awards for best live news broadcast, best news commentary, best music video, best live sports broadcast, best graphics and numerous other categories. In the program, students learn a variety of skills needed to make a television station run successfully, including anchoring, filming, interviewing, lighting, teleprompting and more. “Thanks to the media arts courses I took and

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the experience I gained as part of KBFT, I entered CSU Fullerton’s cinema and television arts program well ahead of my peers and solidly prepared for success,” says Trevor Rappleye ’08, founder and CEO at EventFilming and CorporateFilming — a nationally ranked video marketing firm recently named among the top three in Los Angeles. “Mr. Hogan gave me the skills and freedom to find my professional calling and I’m grateful to CB for investing in such an important program.” KBFT is now more than a television station, broadening the scope to sports broadcasting. Director of KBFT and Media, Visual and Performing Arts department chair, Brendan Hogan ’95, teamed up with fellow Media, Visual and Performing Arts and English teacher, Dave Anderson ’07, to expand their offerings, adding a sports broadcasting class. On their third season now, students write articles focused on CB sports and provide recaps, sideline interviews, and colorful play-by-play commentary for live broadcasts. These students truly know how to bring viewers and listeners into the game. KBFT broadcasts are available for public viewing at YouTube.com/KBFT.


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Instrumental Music to Your Ears CB offers a four-year instrumental arts program that includes several talented groups, including Beginning, Concert, Jazz, String, Honors, and Jam Band, which plays at football and basketball games with school spirit. Every year, the amazing CB student musicians put on an Instrumental Christmas Concert in the fall and a Spring Instrumental Concert. Several times a year, students enjoy performing out in the community at elementary and middle schools, hospitals, assisted living facilities and events as well as providing music for the spring musical production. Students also get to experience college life by going on local college and university tours playing at places like UC Davis. The instrumental students feel they belong in a community and speak highly of Mr. Travis Maslen, band director and performing arts teacher: “I have developed a lot as a musician,” says Asher Bloom ’20, a member of the school’s Honors Band and Drumline leader. “I began playing drums when I was eight years old but, I really learned to read music my freshman year with Mr. Maslen. He does a really good job of teaching new instruments.” “The CB Band is really a family,” explains Hallie Mikacich ’19, a member of the four-year band program in Honors Band and enthusiastic performer in the school’s Jam Band. “Mr. Maslen is so much fun and at the same time, he really helps us learn music, challenging us with music theory, major and minor scales. I

really hope to continue with music in college, hopefully as part of a marching band.” “I’m definitely going to continue with music in college,” says Northwest Christian Universitybound Katherine Williams ’19. “Mr. Maslen has been a wonderful teacher. He’s so smart and well-educated. I’ve loved performing on the stage with the band and in the pit as part of the school’s musical productions. I’ve grown so much as a musician and look forward to performing as part of the worship team in college next year.” “Music is a huge part of my life,” says Argain Sanchez ’19. “Mr. Maslen has really helped and challenged me to grow. I look forward to band class every day and I’m excited to be in the pit for “Singin’ in the Rain.” It’s definitely a whole new experience to be part of a live production, knowing that the actors are really depending on us.”

Here at Christian Brothers, the arts go beyond the classroom. We are incredibly proud of our talented students and hard-working faculty who help make CB the place to be for media, visual and performing arts. “The arts enrich the lives of our students,” says CB President Lorcan Barnes. “In a time where art programs are being cut from schools, we are grateful to be in a position to provide a rich and diverse program for educating the ‘whole’ student.”

Be sure to check out the “Mark Your Calendars!” section in the back of this issue of the Connection and put the arts in your calendar. You don’t want to miss these outstanding students in action! CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CONNECTION 7


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CB Named Safe Sports School Christian Brothers High School was named a Safe Sports School 1st Team for a three-year period by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association! The award recognizes schools that provide safe environments for student athletes and reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment. 1st Team awards are given to schools that have acted on all recommended and required elements of the Safe Sports School checklist.

CB Welcomes New Competitors to Capital Athletic League in CIF League Realignment Christian Brothers High School athletics fall under the direction of the Sac-Joaquin Section (SJS) of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) — California’s governing body for high school sports. To accommodate changing school populations and new high schools in the section, the SJS goes through a realignment process every four years. Since 2014, CB has competed in the Capital Athletic League (CAL) facing off against Casa Roble, El Camino, Mira Loma, Rio Americano, and Vista del Lago. With the new realignment cycle this fall, CB will again compete at the Division III level which is comprised of five leagues: Capital Athletic League, Central California Conference, Foothill Valley League, Monticello Empire League, and the Valley Oak League. With

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reassignments for Casa Roble and Mira Loma, the Capital Athletic League welcomes Capital Christian, Del Campo and Sacramento high schools. “The SJS has been meeting for approximately two years regarding this realignment cycle,” explains Dale Milton, CB athletic director. “As the second largest section in the state, it is quite a job to ensure that all 198 schools are placed in the appropriate divisions and that new schools can be integrated into the various conferences, ensuring competitive equity. I believe the new CAL offers us some tough competition and exciting playoff opportunities.”

CAPITAL ATHLETIC LEAGUE (EFFECTIVE FALL 2018) • Christian Brothers

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• Capital Christian

• Sacramento

• Del Campo

• Vista del Lago

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HAPPY RETIREMENT! Thank you Kevin McGovern ’74 (39 years) and Scott Coyner (21 years) for your years of dedicated service! Collectively, they served the Christian Brothers community for 60 years. We are grateful for your service to the students of Christian Brothers High School and for the many “miracles” you performed. We wish you happiness and God’s blessings as you enjoy retirement.

“To touch the hearts and minds of your pupils and to inspire them with the Christian spirit is the greatest miracle you can perform and one God expects of you.” ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE

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2018 Auction Party Christian Brothers welcomed grandparents to campus on September 13. Over 60 grandparents enjoyed an opportunity to learn about CB’s past, present and future from various members of the school community. They enjoyed a casual lunch with their grandchildren before taking photos and touring the campus. Plans are underway for a 2019 event.

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2018 Lasallian Educator of the Year BRENDAN HOGAN ’95

Confusion and disbelief filled Brendan Hogan ’95 as he thought he saw his wife’s car pull into the Christian Brothers parking lot the morning of the St. La Salle Liturgy where the Lasallian Educator of the Year award would soon be announced. “There’s no way it’s me,” he thought to himself and decided it was simply someone else in a similar car. Little did he know, his wife was just one of many family members coming to surprise him as he would soon be announced as CB’s 2017–18 Lasallian Educator of the Year. An alumnus of Christian Brothers, Hogan believes his path back to CB was fate working one small step at a time. He earned his bachelor’s degree in new media studies from San Diego State University and got involved in real estate in Hawaii. He later decided he wanted to substitute teach, leading him to obtain his teaching credential soon after. At that time, his sister, Lizzie Hogan ’05, was a senior and encouraged him to teach at CB. So, he began part-time substitute teaching for various classes in 2004. During this time, he noticed KBFT, CB’s on-campus television station, had been paused as Br. Roch Dufresne, FSC, was out of the country. He approached the students and got it back up and running while simultaneously juggling his real estate endeavors in Hawaii. Shortly after, Br. Dan Morgan, FSC, asked him to return to CB to teach KBFT for a few months. Soon enough, he bought the textbook for the class, hopped on a plane back to California, read the textbook on his flight and started his new job three days later.

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“Mr. Hogan doesn’t just talk to his students, he speaks with them. By engaging in a dialogue, Mr. Hogan gives a personal experience that builds rapport and helps students understand media from a new perspective.” AIDAN SMITH-FAGAN ’18

“I fell in love with teaching,” Hogan says. “I love working at CB —  I love what we do here.” During his 14 years at the school, he has been on four VENAVER service immersion trips and four Kairos retreats, coached powder puff football, volunteered to serve as co-chair for the employee portion of CB’s Securing the Future Campaign and graduated from the Buttimer Institute of Lasallian Studies program. He is currently the Media, Visual and Performing Arts department chair and helped launch the sports broadcasting class three years ago with fellow CB teacher, Dave Anderson ’07. Under Mr. Hogan’s leadership, KBFT has earned numerous national awards, including the nation’s No. 1 student-produced news broadcast. “Every time I walk into room 608, I enter a learning environment unlike any I have ever experienced. In KBFT, Mr. Hogan teaches not just through instruction, but by leveling with his students and working with them,” recalls Aidan Smith-Fagan ’18. “Mr.

Hogan doesn’t just talk to his students, he speaks with them. By engaging in a dialogue, Mr. Hogan gives a personal experience that builds rapport and helps students understand media from a new perspective.” Dave Anderson ’07 sees Hogan as the perfect choice for the award, “Having Mr. Hogan as a teacher was an immense gift; working alongside him every day is an even greater privilege. He has touched the hearts and minds of his students and colleagues in immeasurable ways and has done so in the manner of our founder St. John Baptist de La Salle, albeit in his own, lovable ‘Hoganesque’ way.” Mr. Hogan was surprised and humbled to receive the recognition among other equally deserving candidates. He feels honored to be able to live his vocation every day at CB, “This job is wonderfully rewarding. This is not a profession — it’s a passion.”

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CB Ambassadors Create a Legacy Held at the beautiful Croatian American Cultural Center on October 18, the 34th annual Ambassadors’ Club Dinner served as an opportunity for members of the Christian Brothers community to express their gratitude and thank those who have generously supported the school.

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The evening began with remarks from President Lorcan Barnes and prayer with Principal Chris Orr. Following them was a lovely performance from CB’s Honors Chorale, under the direction of choral director, Christian Bohm. The students performed several pieces, including “For Good” from “Wicked” to recognize the donors’ support. This year’s special Ambassadors of the Year honoree was the CarreraJoffe Foundation for its generous and continued dedication to supporting tuition assistance.

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CB’s relationship with the Carrera-Joffe Foundation dates back to 2003 when Mark Warren, CB’s president at the time, responded to an invitation from a new charitable foundation whose mission was to provide access to high quality education to students who come from families with limited economic means. The foundation agreed to fund one student scholarship at CB and has since added a student every year for the past 16 years. Sam Regalado ’07, the first Carrera-Joffe scholarship recipient, delivered a compelling keynote speech, talking about the impact Christian Brothers had on his life and how it has helped shape who he is today. He fondly mentioned Randall McClure, Armando Diaz ’94, and Dave Levasseur as teachers who challenged him, inspired him, and fueled his passion for science. Regalado is now fulfilling his dream of becoming a doctor as he is currently pursuing two doctorates in medicine and computer science at University of Washington. “The gift of Lasallian Catholic education is transformative and lasts a lifetime. Thanks to the generosity of the Carrera-Joffe Foundation, seventeen students have directly benefited, and countless more benefited indirectly, because these young men and women became integral members of the CB community,” says CB President Lorcan Barnes. “Further, the impact of their generosity doesn’t end on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Carrera-Joffe scholars and their classmates will take their CB education and their CB experience out with them to their college communities and the world.”

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Ambassadors’ Club members donate a minimum of $1,876 (to correspond with the school’s founding year) each year. To learn more, please contact Nancy Smith-Fagan, director of advancement, at (916) 733–3608 or nsmithfagan@cbhs-sacramento.org.

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Carrera-Joffe Foundation 2018 AMBASSADORS OF THE YEAR “I felt a strong need to give back,” says Margaret Carrera, when asked what first brought her to Christian Brothers High School. “I had started my own company and was blessed with success. My parents worked hard to ensure that my siblings and I were all educated. I wanted to do the same for others.” Margaret and her husband, Philip Joffe, were living in the Auburn area when they were looking for a high school. “We began looking at private schools and really liked Christian Brothers. We were so impressed with the teachers and students. Everyone was enthusiastic, and we really liked the diversity and the fact that the school is coeducational.” The first student whose tuition was paid for by the Carrera-Joffe Foundation was Samuel Regalado ’07. “When I look back on my time at Christian Brothers, it was so much more than an academic education,” says Regalado, a graduate of UC Berkeley in 2012, who is now enrolled in medical school while also pursuing his PhD in computer science at University of Washington. “What Christian Brothers provided me with, in addition to rigorous college-preparatory academics, was a building of my selfconfidence, a formation of my identity, spiritual growth, and a community of supporters and mentors. That would not have been possible without the support of the Carrera-Joffe Foundation. Their generosity has truly been life changing and opened numerous doors of opportunity to me. Their impact lives on in the work I do, and moving ahead, I hope I can pay it forward and make a meaningful impact in the community.” “When our first student is Sam, how can we go wrong?” enthuses Margaret. “Christian Brothers is the perfect fit for us. I really believe that we need to set people up to stand on their own two feet and the best way to do that is through education. And, the earlier we can reach them, the more successful they will be.” “My Christian Brothers education prepared me with rigorous courses, a heavy workload and the ability to engage in high-level problem solving,” says Nason Tarver ’18, University of the Pacific ’22. “If I could be at the Ambassadors’ Club Dinner, I would give Ms. Carrera and Mr. Joffe a big hug! Their generosity in providing me with the opportunity to attend CB has given me the foundation to be successful in life. They will forever have my most sincere gratitude.”

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“I actually live in Oak Park,” says Juanita Patlan ’12, UC Davis ’18. “I grew up going to school next door at Oak Ridge where my teachers told me to make CB the goal. I would see the CB kids in their uniforms and I never imagined that it was a possibility for me. It was totally out of reach because my family was just trying to survive.” Patlan’s goal became reality when in 2008, she was offered admission and full tuition assistance. When asked about her sponsors, the Carrera-Joffe Foundation, Patlan becomes emotional. “I don’t even know how to say thank you. Thank you for the opportunity of a lifetime! You gave me hope. I found a home. I found family. I met my husband and I found my place with God. Every day was a dream and a privilege.” “Margaret and Philip’s passion for education has made it possible for Sam, Juanita, Nason and 14 other students to attend CB who would otherwise not have the opportunity,” says CB President Lorcan Barnes. “Among them, we have computer programmers, a medical student, a student attending dental school, a computer scientist, a restaurateur, an accountant and more. To borrow from Margaret’s words, they are ‘standing on their own two feet’ and their lives are forever changed thanks to the Carrera-Joffe Foundation’s life-changing gift of education. It is my honor to congratulate them as our 2018 Ambassadors of the Year.”


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You are Cordially Invited to Join the Securing the Future Campaign! CB exists to provide an excellent Lasallian Catholic education that inspires and empowers young men and women while preparing them for success in college and life.

We are at $8.5 million of an $11.8 million goal.

In strategically planning for the future, school leaders worked to create a new 15-year campus master plan during the 2013–14 academic year. After consulting with community stakeholders and architectural and building professionals, the following priorities were identified: • Improved athletic facilities • Endowment growth • Improved parking The campaign is succeeding due to the work of a large team of dedicated volunteers and the generous support of our closest friends and families. To date, their efforts have resulted in gifts and pledges totaling $8.5 million toward an $11.8 million goal. The only way Christian Brothers High School can effectively implement the construction of these facilities and improvements is through the generous support of our closest friends and families. Those who believe in the values-based education that is at the heart of the Lasallian philosophy can secure its future for generations of students to come. We invite you to consider a gift! Please contact Nancy Smith-Fagan, director of advancement, at (916) 733–3647 or by email at nsmithfagan@cbhs-sacramento.org to learn more about the long-range vision of the school and the Securing the Future Campaign.

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2017–2018 ANNUAL REPORT of gifts given between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018 This section of the Annual Report of Gifts features Ambassadors’ Club members who donate a minimum of $1,876 (to correspond with the school’s founding year) each year.

“You are ambassadors and ministers of Jesus Christ.” ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE $10,000+

SPONSOR LEVEL

Anonymous (2) Ken and Joyce Adamson Devon and Francine Atlee Steve ‘56 and Darlene Beneto Susan Bitar Lon ‘73 and Mary Ann Burford Caroline Cabias and Alisa Mosman ‘08 Margaret Carrera and Philip Joffe Dave and Linda Christianson Dennis and Susan Cook Jack ‘67 and Dandra Corti Dick ‘64 and Sandy Cunha Mark and Carmen DeSimone John ‘77 and Judy Donovan Ted and Kelli Eliopoulos Mike and Marianne Evashenk Don and Kathy Fitzgerald Mike and Barbara Genovese Tim and Nancy Goldthwaite

$5,000+

Leo ‘55 and Gayle Granucci Larry and Terri Gury Susan and Martin Haley Julian ‘54 and Diane Holt Mike ‘65 and Kate Ingoglia John ‘68 and Lynda Jackson Jerry ‘73 and Rebecca Karver Greg ‘65 and Carole Kassis Tom Keating ‘62 Ravinder and Kamal Khaira Jerry ‘53 and Rosemary Kirrene Rich and Connie Koppes Kent Lieginger ‘69 and Betsy Marriott Lieginger ‘71 David and Christine Lucchetti Joel ‘62 and Carolyn ‘63 Lucich Steve ‘69 and Kathleen Mahaney Brian ‘72 and Nancy Mahaney Dan McVeigh and Rebecca Baumann

Dick ‘58 and Jody Mooney Nick ‘59 and JoAnne Moore David ‘61 and Susan Murphy Robert Murray Fred and Andrea Noteware John and Susan Nunan Carl ‘65 and Mary Jane Panattoni Sam ‘77 and Mari Parino Dan ‘62 and Hollis Petrocchi Bill ‘73 and Helen Pierson Fred ‘57 and Misaki Rooney Bill ‘68 and Elaine ‘68 Schaedler Mark Splinter Chuck ‘65 and Sally Sylva Frank ‘71 and Carrie Vellutini Don and Megan Vincent Dave and Peggy Walrath Darby ‘58 and James Williams

Thomas Flynn and Rita-Jane Spillane John Fondale ‘83 Patrick and Leah Frink Timothy and Mona Gergen George and Kassandra Gough

Bob ‘55 and Carolyn ‘57 Granucci Martin and Carol Greenberg Ken ‘54 and Marolyn ‘57 Harris Jim and Sandy Heffernan Jerry ‘41 and Leonore Keating

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Anonymous Anthony and Linda Babcock Dan and Nancy Cole George Cunningham ‘40 Peggy Desmond

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$5,000+

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE (CONTINUED)

Keith and Gina Ketcher Kevon and Sue Larson Brock ‘85 and Amy Littlejohn Jim ‘58 and Barbara Mikacich Darren and Coleen Morehead Don ‘64 and Pam Murphy Kathy ‘60 and Larry O’Connor Rev. Msgr. Albert O’Connor Kenny ‘84 and Ninveh Omlin Gearoid and Kathleen O’Neill Jimmy ‘02 and Angeline Pierson

$2,500+

Karen Stassi Jeffrey and Marijoyce Stenger Chris and Audrey Stevens Thea Stidum Donald and Denise Timmons Ron Tom Kevin ‘73 and Susan Valine James and Kimberly Vann Donald Viducich ‘39 Asa ‘51 and Sue Whetstone

Rick Gormley ‘74 Patrick ‘07 and Erica Gormley Rev. Ignatius Haran Chet and Laura Hewitt Bill ‘76 and Nina Iliff Tom and Maria Johnson Richard and Annie Kaplon Jim ‘59 and Debi Kassis Chris Ledesma ‘85 and Maria Simas ‘85 Gilbert and Sandy Limhengco Jose Manuel and Mavy Linares Larry ‘54 and Kathleen Lynch Michael ‘80 and Kristen McCarthy Jane ‘63 and Thomas Meuser C.J. and Jacqueline Obmann John and Jody O’Dell Katherine ‘81 and Gordon Paterson Rick ‘79 and Doris Pires

Javier ‘74 and Betty Plasencia Amber Ramos ‘96 Paul Rieschick Marco and Paulina Rodriguez Yvette ‘78 and Craig Roy Eric and Shelly Schlenker Joan ‘00 and David Schubert Mike ‘60 and Cindy Shamrock Anne Sheehan Emily Silvey Tom ‘48 and Marion Slakey Cecilia and Tony Powers Anthony and Audrey Traina Mack ‘52 and Lucy White Isaac and Amy ‘99 White Kevin and Tammara Wilcox Sean and Nancy Wong

David and Mary Ingram Alfred and Christie Jahns Clark and Kari Kelso Bryan and Ann Koenig Steve ‘65 and Karen Legarra John and Susan MacMillan Bob Massa Rick and Sarah Maya Frank and Elizabeth Meyer Mrs. James A. Monroe Cyril and Luisa Moya Frank ‘51 and Marge Mugartegui Rick and Jennifer Osen Michael and Ginessa Pierson

Alfonso Ramirez and Patricia Aguiar Roger and Ann Romani Dave ‘81 and Eden Saalsaa Dan and Kathy Salazar Rolf and Lisa Schumann John and Nicole Sedleniek Nancy and Kevin Smith-Fagan Mary Alice ‘99 and Mark Spinelli Loc and Amy Tran Malcolm Visbal ‘48 Stuart Wiseman and Keeva Coe-Wiseman Anne Marie ‘78 and Rick Zeman

LASALLIAN

Anonymous John and Heidi Anderson Agnes Anderson † Lorcan and Patti Barnes Peter Bollinger ‘57 Tom ‘53 † and Carol Colby Richard and Karen Contreras John and Mary Cotter Owen and Carol Davies Bob and Natalie Dettling Peter and Carrie Detwiler Ed Dudensing and Katie Newell Charles and Lisa Duncan Tom and Priscilla English Craig and Amy Enos Carolyn Gandy-McEachnie ‘79 and Edison McEachnie Don and Betty Gillott

$1,876+

Mike and Carole Pirruccello Christopher Price David and Patricia Roberts John and Denise Rose Maria Sargent Butch ‘60 and Eileen Schuering Gordon Scott ‘64 Gregory Smith and Carmelita Yambalia-Smith Jon and Susan Snyder Kevin ‘86 and Angela Spease

FOUNDERS LEVEL

Clark ‘62 and Claudia ‘63 Aldrich Tamera Baker Luke and Jenna Barker Bill ‘69 and Debbie Blucher Brad ‘62 and April Bradley Frank and Nancy Cable Michael and Janet Cahill Alan ‘61 and Mary Lynn Cordano Joseph and Rebecca Downing Jeanette Ercila ‘96 Joseph and Megan Eschleman Brent Felker and Deborah Mah Joey ‘65 and Dawn Gimenez Dennis Hock ‘64

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$1,000+

BROTHERS

Anonymous (2) Zachary and Adriana Afong Duane '79 and Diane Arend Marlene '61 and Gary Artz Bret and Karen Hampson Bair Tom '56 and Carol Baker Andrea Barrios '96 Steve '78 and Susan Barsanti Gus and Cindy Blecha Deacon William H. Boudier '59 Christopher '77 and Mary Bressi Ralph '62 and Joanne Campasano Brandon and Monica Castillo Betty Clark '70 Alexander Contreras '11 Larry Cooke '52 and Carolyn WarmSun Jerry Cooke '56 Juan Cornejo and Gloria Juarez Dan and Debbie Costa Scott and Elizabeth Coyner Patricia '63 and Henry Crowle Yimin Dai Conrad and Denise Davis Ralph and Antoinette de Vere White David '94 and Michelle Desmond Kerry Desmond Mahinder and Tawnya Dhaliwal Robert and Diane Dong Ronald and Rachel Dong James and Marcie Douglas John and Colleen Earley Connie Emerson Arthur and Candyce Espinoza Jim Faulkner '52 Cheri Galt Tom Garcia '68 Joe Guilherme, AFSC and Teresa Guilherme Gordon '50 and Mary Hall John '54 and Liane Hall Mike Hanly '51

$500+

Brian and Mary Harp Mike Havey '69 Paul Havey '81 Derek Helwig '00 Stephanie Baker and John Hennelly David Higgins '54 The Hon. William O. Hoover, Jr. '59 and Mrs. Constance Hoover Michael and Karen Jedrzynski Sue Kahler Mark and Rochelle Kaye Michael and Mary Kessler Rev. Father William Kinane Bill and Jane Koenig Brian and Karen Korbs Sergio and Emma Kordich Barbara † and Bart Lagomarsino '49 Fran '54 and Patricia Lastufka Paul and Rosaline Lau Gary and Amy Leong Christopher and Carolina Lloyd Hon. James L. Long '55 Les Lyman Mike '72 and Renee '76 Malaki Brian '97 and Marilee Manning Larry '62 and Karen Marietti June McBride and Craig Thurmond Vince '72 and Linda McDonald Terence and Teri McHale Traci '83 and Will McMullen Thomas '78 and Julie McNamara Joanne McShane Jeff and Victoria Medeiros Dale and Lori Milton Denise '83 and Preston Scott '83 Moore Robert and Mary Munn Miguel and June Nieves Jamey and Tara Nye John and Cynthia Ortiz Linda '84 and Lee Overstreet Barry Padilla and Tracie Billington

David Patella '69 Jerry '55 and Barbara '58 Pauly William and Joy Prevost Doug and Mary Prichard Gregg Recanzone and Julie Langston Kevin '83 and Jennifer Rios Andy Rockas and Danielle Guard Laura and Fred Rogers Marv Scharosch '56 Frank and Jacqui Schetter Jim and Ellen Schiavenza Larry '66 and Monica Schluer Ken and Raena Schumaker Richard '57 and Mary Cay Sherman James and Helen Simmons Wornel and De Jada Simpson Binnie Singh Reginald and Deanna Smith Alice '62 and Michael Smith Erik and Araceli Solis Rayne ’93 and Jofe Soriano Helen Sperbeck Kathleen Williams and Martha Stringer Bradley and Kristin Tangen Tim '62 and Betty Taormina Donald '55 and Margret Terra John-Reed Thompson and Catherine Cale-Thompson Stephanie Tom and Stuart Dairiki Peter and Kimberly Jake Tuschinski Gina '84 and Jeff Vanacore Sal "Chado" '52 and Janet Vasquez Rene '55 and Ethyle Vercruyssen Stephanie '00 and Sergio Vicuna Pat '72 and Sarah Vogeli Danny Walsh and Tracey Buck-Walsh Lawrence and Nicole Wong Larry and Marianne Wong Taliatu and Ar'tanya Yusuf Chuck and Patricia Zannetti

Sammy Bates '84 and Jeannie Gee Kurt '81 and Darla Benfield James and Carmen Bennett David and Jenna Berglund John and Stephanie Birkle Donald and Cindi Bowman Mary Brackmann '62 and William Werner Mary Rhea Breen '74 Tom and Claudia Briggs Robert and Monica Brushia Barney '62 and Patricia Brust

Carl '60 and Lili Brust Roger '53 and Shirley Caetano Jacqueline Calkin and Chris Bagatelos Madelyne Carpenter Chrys Cassetta Cynthia Castronovo Marion '65 and Cheryl Chargin Vincent and Kimberly Charleboix Rev. Msgr. James F. Church '50 † Andrew and Carolyn Clark Tony '83 and Kathryn Clark

PATRONS

Anonymous (2) Eugene and Virginia Abelardo Mark and Jessie Aguillio Scott Alden and May Masunaga Joseph and Iris Alvarez Scott and Mary Anderson Fausto and Jocelyn Avendano Bill and Sarah Ayres Constantine Baranoff '93 Luis '81 and Cheryl Barbosa John and Jennifer Barna 20 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CONNECTION


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$500+

PATRONS

Larry '50 and Terry Cloney Gerry Colbert '54 James Coloma '97 George '71 and Susan Cook David and Patricia Cooper Jonathan and Melissa Copley Mike '71 and Danielle Corcoran James '85 and Nancy Cordano Most Rev. Myron J. Cotta Tito and Agnes Crisol Noreen Crowley Chuck '52 and Barbara De Paoli Christopher and Kimberley Delfino Constance Delgado Steve '88 and Katherine '85 Diaz Adam Dorsey Terry '55 and Kathy Dorsey John and Kelley Downey Jill Dudensing-Buckley and Chris Buckley Christine Econome Eric '82 and Eileen Edelmayer Bill '57 and Sally '57 Enos Ryan Esposto '95 Jesse and Patricia Esquivel David and Ann Marie Faires William and Dawn Farrell Louie '76 and Nadine Feletto Mark and Cynthia Fenocchio Hector and Charlotte Fernandez Alma Fernandez Stephanie Finelli Kieran and Marty Fitzpatrick Bob Fouts '39 Denise Franzoia Ronald and Sonia Frazier Michael Gallup Cynthia Gandy '78 and Joseph Hill, Sr. William Geary '65 Evamarie Ghiggeri Jim '64 and Maureen '64 Girard Darrin and Dineen Greer Adrian Griffin and Patti Palacios Bernard '58 and Linda Gruneisen Eric and Tracie Guillen Robert and Carmen Gunn Thomas Guro '03 John Hall John and Kitt Haman Ralph '56 and Clarrie Hanley Mark Harris and Yasmin Henry Patrick and Anne Harty Stephen and Teresa Haselmann Robert and Arlene Hay Robert Henderson '48

Courtney and Michael Hendry Howard '51 and Beverly Hicks Bill and Penny Hilson Carol Hoefling David '99 and Danielle Holquin Nataly Holston Robert and Christa Horst Andrew Hudnut and Sara Dougherty Brian and Karen Jan Tim '68 and Jackie Johnston Jeffry and Kristi Jones Sam and Billee Kanelos Arlene Kaye Kevin and Sherry Kelly Christine and Tim Kerr Tom Kuzmich '62 Victor and Laurie Laney Steven and Marcie Larson Marie Lawson Raymond Leclerc and Jennifer West Clinton and Namhee Lee Robert and Federica '84 Lee Stanley and Janet Levers Ken '71 and Francesca Lewis Mike '80 and Diane Lewis Valeria Lipiec John and Tammy Lozano Bob '65 and Kathy Luttrell Joseph Maffi '77 Lori Magaletti '80 Myra and Scott Makelim Chad and Julie Marie Malchow Robert and Monica Maldonado Ed and Maria Manning Jeffrey and Cathy Mantong Christopher Maricle Anna Martin Josh and Cynthia Martin John Matzoll Daniel Mazza and Robin Graziani Arthur and Sherrie McElvy Duncan and Shawn Colleen McFetridge Christopher and Claire McGinness Kenneth '88 and Diana McKechnie Rev. Brendan McKeefry Jim and Carol McMonagle Madeline Mercer '18 James and Dina Meylink Greg and Mary Mignano Nedra Millwood Richard and Veronica Monteverde Michael and Linda Montgomery Mike '83 and Shannon '84 Mooney Charlene '74 and John Moorhead

George and Jana '99 Morris Steven '79 and Lorraine Murphy Brendan and Janine Murphy Kevin Nguyen and Kai-Ting Hu Gwenn O'Hara Shirley '68 and Bob Olson Ted and Sue Olson Paul and Claudia Page Michael and Michelle Phipps Jose and Brenda Pinuela Jorge '73 and Nellie '78 Plasencia Frank and Joanne Ramos Stephen and Amani Rapaski David '65 and Melinda Rasul Larry '91 and Shannon Reel John and Yolanda Riley-Portal Octavio and Sabrina Rodriguez Danny Romero Greg and Patricia Roth Stephen and Janet Ruggiero Alvaro and Emmylou Ann Salud Carlos and Sabra Sanchez Keith '55 and Patricia Schiele Michael and Deborah Schlosser Kurt and Deidre Schneider Robert '59 and Patricia Separovich Karen Sexton '65 and Robert McAleese Roween and Jo Anne Sharma Robert and Michelle Shaw Roderick and Laurie Shepard John Shyer and Ruth Rowlette F. John Silvey Mark and Teresa Simi Gil and Holly Sisneros Dan '72 and Vicki Smolich Eric '90 and Karen Snyder Andrew and Sarah Solari David Sterrett and Rebecca McAllister Frederick and Anna Stewart Mike '82 and Shawna Stinson Mary Sullivan '59 Earle Sylva '64 Christopher and Anna Symkowick-Rose Jennifer Taggard and Vasiliy Parfenov Analyn and Chris Tandoc Bryant and Marides Tapang David and Helene Taylor Brock and Christina Thayer Eugene and Nicole Tibon Trac Tran and Thao Le Jerome and Suzanne Tucker Robert and Robyn Tunstall Scott Turner '90 Betsy Vallejo

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$500+

PATRONS

Jim and Kari Van Gundy Nicolas and Laurie Vargas John Vicente and Maryann Zywot Jeremy and Ahnieveree Walker Randy and Patty Ward David and Jill Webb

Frank Werry '74 Stephen and Laura Williamson Edward '50 and Diane Wilson Joanne Winchell Roger Smith and Barbara Wisnewski Smith '58

Nick '87 and Michele Witry Jack '63 and Dona '64 Wittman Robert '86 and Cari Wood Barbara Wright '60

ALUMNI DONORS LEGEND

Sponsor Level

Bob Fouts '39 P Don Viducich '39 George Cunningham '40 Jerry Keating '41 Peter Grassi '42 Raymond Gallagher '43 Lloyd Phillips '43 Michael Thomas '43 Larry Goyette '44 Al Knezovich '44 Dick Cutting '45 James Delaney '45 Dick Escajeda '47 † Mel Knezovich '47 Bob Henderson '48 P Alexander Santos '48 Tom Slakey '48 L Malcolm Visbal '48 F Gene Enos '49 Jerry Kaeser '49 Bart Lagomarsino '49 B Carl Lang '49 George Radovich '49 Ken Schneringer '49 James Brown '50 Rev. Msgr. James F. Church '50 † P Jack Clara '50 Larry Cloney '50 P Gregory Crane '50 Gordon Hall '50 B Rich O'Day '50 Edward Wilson '50 P Ron Carissimi '51 Bob Gloyd '51 Mike Hanly '51 B Howard Hicks '51 P Frank McNamara '51 Frank Mugartegui '51 F Frank Santos '51 Arnold Schuler '51 Andy Smolich '51

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons † Deceased

Jim Westlake '51 Asa Whetstone '51 Eddie Betschart '52 Bob Cardoza '52 Bill Chambers '52 Larry Cooke '52 B Chuck De Paoli '52 P Jim Faulkner '52 B Bob Kuhlman '52 Pete Mikacich '52 Lew Pebbles '52 Bob Sweeny '52 Punky Towne '52 Chado Vasquez '52 B Jay Waterbury '52 Mack White '52 L Ernie Barbeau '53 Dan Boessow '53 Roger Caetano '53 P Bob Forster '53 Jim Henderson '53 Jerry Kirrene '53 Anthony Latino '53 Anonymous P Rich Bordisso '54 David Borges '54 Gerry Colbert '54 P Bruce Douglas '54 Carl Dutra '54 Dennis Fischer '54 John Hall '54 B Ken Harris '54 Dave Higgins '54 B Edward Hoefling '54 Julian Holt '54 Fran Lastufka '54 B Jim Lawson '54 Larry Lynch '54 L Jim McCoy '54 Rich Pelfanio '54 † Rich Wilkins '54 Robert DeNigris '55

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Terry Dorsey '55 P Jerry Fippin '55 Faustino Flores '55 John Giordano '55 Leo Granucci '55 Bob Granucci '55 Jimmy Long '55 B Frank Mooney '55 Jerry Pauly '55 B Peter Rooney '55 Keith Schiele '55 P Don Terra '55 B Rene Vercruyssen '55 B George Wolf '55 John Zanze '55 Tom Baker '56 B Steve Beneto '56 Jim Bertoni '56 Jerry Cooke '56 B John Hamilton '56 Ralph Hanley '56 P Rich Hardmeyer '56 Jim Karver '56 Bob Kirrene '56 Marv Scharosch '56 B Bob Schnetz '56 Byron Schnetz '56 Jim Sigl '56 Doreen Baldwin '57 Peter Bollinger '57 L William Bowe '57 Rose Marie Carsey '57 Ernest Cervantes '57 Thomas Ellis '57 Bill Enos '57 P Sally Enos '57 P Anita Giordano '57 Carolyn Granucci '57 Marolyn Harris '57 L Betty Ann Hutchings '57 Francis Ingraham '57 Darrell Jones '57

Bill Keenan '57 Joyce Lothrop '57 William Monahan '57 Henry Puga '57 Fred Rooney '57 Richard Sherman '57 B Cecelia Angell '58 Ron Angell '58 Patricia Aragon '58 Shirley Bennett '58 Max Casias '58 Bernard Gruneisen '58 P Joe Gutierrez '58 Tom Kane '58 Rachel Mallery '58 Sandra Melavic '58 Jim Mikacich '58 Dick Mooney '58 Thomas Murphy '58 Charles Noya '58 Barbara Pauly '58 B Paul Schaefer '58 Janet Schnetz '58 Don Slavich '58 Cynthia Speed '58 Sam Stassi '58 Rachel Wallin '58 Jim Walsh '58 Geralene Walsh '58 Darby Williams '58 Barbara Wisnewski Smith '58 P Jerry Bakarich '59 Bart Bleuel '59 Bill Boudier '59 B Bernard Della Santa '59 Robert Fuel '59 Gene Gerwer '59 Linda Giese '59 Beth Gregory '59 Bill Hoover '59 B Jim Kassis '59 L

Paul Marchi '59 Tim McCormack '59 Nick Moore '59 Kathleen Perez '59 Allen Sardelich '59 Mary Schaefer '59 Jerry Scharosch '59 Bob Separovich '59 P Mike Silvey '59 Mary Sullivan '59 P Chet Waterbury '59 Rosemary Wood '59 Tom Zanze '59 † Charlene Ambrose '60 Bill Bascherini '60 Maeve Berta '60 Carl Brust '60 P Darrell Corti '60 Paul Domyancic '60 Mike Elorduy '60 Mike Flynn '60 Lyal Holmberg '60 Carolyn Marchi '60 Kathy O'Connor '60 Dennis Petrotta '60 Bob Prinzo '60 Joe Rich '60 Butch Schuering '60 Irv Scott '60 Mike Shamrock '60 L Vince Stanich '60 James Stewart '60 Jerri Stone '60 David Weiner '60 Mona Witry '60 Barbara Wright '60 P Tom Ahern '61 Julie Armstrong '61 Marlene Artz '61 B Kenneth Bond '61 Margaret Brown '61 Alan Cordano '61 F


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Sponsor Level

Carolyn Darr '61 Nancy Elorduy '61 Michael Fassnacht '61 Vicki Fox '61 Kathy Mooney '61 Anonymous Dave Murphy '61 Jeannette Nardinelli '61 Carol Prinzo '61 Bob Rojas '61 Carol Warmerdam '61 Ruth Werner '61 Fred Znider '61 Clark Aldrich '62 F Steven Anderson '62 Burt Bonomi '62 Mary Jean Brackmann '62 P Brad Bradley '62 F Barney Brust '62 P Ralph Campasano '62 B Bernie Church '62 Thomas Connolly '62 Gini Dighero '62 Eleanor Ford '62 May Goodreau '62 Bill Granucci '62 Tom Keating '62 Rich Kelly '62 Frances Koscheski '62 Tom Kuzmich '62 P Button Labhard '62 Frank LaRosa '62 Bob Lera '62 Joel Lucich '62 Larry Marietti '62 B Bob Miller '62 Dan Petrocchi '62 Kathy Pooler '62 Richard Sanchez '62 Martha Sardelich '62 Jim Sikora '62 Alice Smith '62 B Bill Starr '62 Thomas Steffen '62 Tim Taormina '62 B Claudia Aldrich '63 F Patricia Crowle '63 B Rich Elorduy '63 Michael Ferrigno '63 Michael Gray '63 Carolyn Lucich '63 Jane Meuser '63 L Fred Oliver '63

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons † Deceased

Donald Pasquini '63 Donn Pintar '63 Rich Poletti '63 Caroline Quessenberry '63 Eileen Rock '63 Jim Sequeira '63 Peter Willover '63 Jack Wittman '63 P Tony Chavez '64 Carroll Cook '64 Teresa Cuellar '64 Dick Cunha '64 Donald Del Porto '64 Marryan Elorduy '64 Jim Girard '64 P Maureen Girard '64 P Dennis Hock '64 F Joan James Kuzmich '64 Jerry Jurach '64 Arlene Kirby '64 Joseph Kuzmich '64 Carolyn Meza '64 Don Murphy '64 Ronald Noya '64 Harry Perrin '64 Richard Peter '64 Mary Lou Rogers '64 Gordon Scott '64 Kathy Styc '64 Earle Sylva '64 P Doug Troughton '64 Dennis Ward '64 Dona Wittman '64 P Sandy Bonetti-Brady '65 Larry Budney '65 Doug Carson '65 Marion Chargin '65 P Antoinette Chavez '65 John Conway '65 Sharon M. DeSoto '65 Jerry Flynn '65 Rich Ford '65 Bob Franken '65 Bill Geary '65 P Joey Gimenez '65 F Candy Harris '65 Bill Hoover '65 Mike Ingoglia '65 Greg Kassis '65 John Kelly '65 Steve Legarra '65 F Bob Luttrell '65 P Cathy McKenzie '65 Patricia Moore '65

Carl Panattoni '65 Cindy Puppione '65 David Rasul '65 P Bob Riola '65 Linda Rutherford '65 Karen Sexton '65 P Chuck Sylva '65 Phil Vercruyssen '65 Steve Whichard '65 Bill Zimmerman '65 Donald Agostinelli '66 Ted Boughton '66 Stephen Cernicky '66 William Donovan '66 Thomas Gau '66 Douglas Hocking '66 Jim Murphy '66 Phil Niederberger '66 Christopher Peter '66 Nick Piacentini '66 Larry Schluer '66 B Dennis Sequeira '66 Stephen Stinson '66 Joe Alameida '67 Jack Corti '67 Steve Kassis '67 Brian O'Connell '67 Dan Rehm '67 Eric Andrus '68 Cappy Campasano '68 Kathy Collier '68 Don Cooper '68 John Copley '68 Tom Garcia '68 B Mike Gorman '68 John Jackson '68 Tim Johnston '68 P Manuel Moitoso '68 Ona Nelson-Flores '68 Shirley Olson '68 P Tom Parilo '68 Ed Puntillo '68 Jim Reel '68 Sharon RomanelloSequeira '68 Bill Schaedler '68 Elaine Schaedler '68 Jim Zarzana '68 Gail Zimmerman '68 Tom Barber '69 Bill Blucher, Sr. '69 F Tom Gonzalez '69 Mike Havey '69 B Kent Lieginger '69

Teresa Madeira-Kalnins '69 Steve Mahaney '69 Mary Jane Moitoso '69 Kathryn Neville McKeon '69 David Patella '69 B Tony Planchon '69 Consuelo Rodriguez '69 Tom Sharp '69 Claude Alber '70 John Caselli '70 Joe Cervetti '70 Betty Clark '70 B Bill Conner '70 Robyn Davis '70 Al Franzoia '70 John Hennessy '70 Anonymous B Dave Perazzo '70 Rich Raimondi '70 Tom Stassi '70 Cynthia Stefani '70 Chuck Suarez '70 Roger Zanze '70 Dan Carmazzi '71 Terry Church '71 George Cook '71 P Mike Corcoran '71 P Alexis Doval '71 Francine JacksonMasters '71 Ken Lewis '71 P Betsy Marriott Lieginger '71 Dennis Miller '71 Bill Motmans '71 Frank Paulo '71 Mark Perry '71 Frank Vellutini '71 Brad Bento '72 Brian Bernardis '72 Sam Kanelos '72 Brian Mahaney '72 Mike Malaki '72 B Vince McDonald '72 B John McGann '72 Dan Smolich '72 P Pat Vogeli '72 B Lon Burford '73 Tom Ceccarelli '73 Maribeth DaRosa Niehaus '73 Jerry Karver '73 Bill Pierson '73

Jorge Plasencia '73 P Kevin Valine '73 Ed Bellinger '74 Mary Rhea Breen '74 P Paul Carmazzi '74 Paul Gabrielli '74 Rick Gormley '74 L Bonita Hotz '74 Kevin McGovern '74 Charlene Moorhead '74 P Rocky Niehaus '74 Ronnie Pane '74 Linda Peletta '74 Javier Plasencia '74 L Frank Werry '74 P Michael Berberich '75 Frank Carroll '75 Joe Greco '75 Thomas Neri '75 Sharon Planchon '75 John Ramirez '75 Rodney Zanze '75 Patrick Carvalho '76 Mike Caselli '76 Louie Feletto '76 P Michael Frias '76 Arthur Green '76 Leo Horton '76 Bill Iliff '76 L Renee Malaki '76 James McDonald '76 Steve Mugartegui '76 Bobbi Pires '76 Tom Pomales '76 Ples Robinson '76 Noel Sanchez '76 Steven Slakey '76 Jacklyn Slakey '76 Margaret Vansoest-Russell '76 Christopher Bressi '77 B John Cook '77 John Donovan '77 Dale Jablonsky '77 Paul Jacobs '77 Wilmer Leon '77 Nancy Lunny '77 Joseph Maffi '77 P Keith McPike '77 Alan Moy '77 Kirk Murphy '77 Sam Parino '77 David Prothro '77 John Ryan '77 Terrence Snook '77

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ALUMNI DONORS LEGEND

Sponsor Level

Steve Barsanti '78 B Tom Colby '78 Liz Drysdale '78 Cynthia Gandy '78 P Dave Heppell '78 Miles Koenig '78 Tom McNamara '78 B Joe Mugartegui '78 Nellie Plasencia '78 P Frank Raimondi '78 Gloria Reyes '78 Yvette Roy '78 L Annette Sanchez '78 Elizabeth YoungMurphy '78 Anne Marie Zeman '78 F Duane Arend '79 B Terry Corcoran '79 Paul Cronick '79 Danny Delgado '79 Carolyn GandyMcEachnie '79 L Joseph Lorman '79 Steven Murphy '79 P Rick Pires '79 L Fereshteh Raygani '79 Jim Stahley '79 Lori Toomey '79 Paul Congdon '80 Debbie Keller '80 Mike Lewis '80 P Eric Luchini '80 Lori Magaletti '80 P Mike McCarthy '80 L Mark Murphy '80 Louis Barbosa '81 P Kurt Benfield '81 P Dave Cooke '81 Susan Frenzel '81 Ken Harris '81 Paul Havey '81 B Greg Murphy '81 Katherine Paterson '81 L Dave Saalsaa '81 F George Smith '81 John Wood '81 John Arbuckle '82 Troy Bird '82 Keith Cherry '82 Eric Edelmayer '82 P Paul Harrington '82 Luis Maldonado '82 Stanley Mette '82 Mary Ann Scott '82

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons † Deceased

Mike Stinson '82 P Anne Chapuis '83 Tony Clark '83 P John Fondale '83 Kelly Harrington '83 Patrick Harris '83 Suzanne Hermreck '83 Elizabeth Hunter '83 Bruce Hutchings '83 Traci McMullen '83 B Mike Mooney '83 P Denise Moore '83 B Preseton Scott Moore '83 B Kevin Rios '83 B George Scordakis '83 Kevin Smith '83 Barron Wilson '83 Sammy Bates '84 P Cheryl Carrillo '84 James Connick '84 Gregg James '84 Federica Lee '84 P Shannon Mooney '84 P Kenny Omlin '84 Linda Overstreet '84 B Melinda Pierson '84 Sean Stone '84 Christine Trillo '84 Gina Vanacore '84 B G Wayne Babby '85 Rob Buckner '85 Kim Bullock '85 Geoffrey Clarion '85 Jimmy Cordano '85 P Paul Cuellar '85 Sean Darr '85 Katherine Diaz '85 P Brian Granucci '85 Christopher Ledesma '85 L Brock Littlejohn '85 Tim Maestretti '85 Elaine Scordakis '85 Maria Simas '85 L Kelly Sturges '85 Kevin Wellendorf '85 Tomas Capogreco '86 Jim Ewertsen '86 Kevin Spease '86 Roger Tafoya '86 John Wiedner '86 Bobby Wood '86 P Cathy Butler '87

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Mario Cerezo '87 Kevin Haag '87 Alejandro Romero '87 Efrain Vallejo '87 Nick Witry '87 P Steve Diaz '88 P Kenny McKechnie '88 P Curtis Metz '88 Paul Meuser '88 Aric Morgan '88 Brian Perry '88 Justin Johnson '89 Oscar Madrigal '89 Michael Splinter '89 Tashia Orr '90 Eric Snyder '90 P Scott Turner '90 P Dawn Altobell '91 Todd Elorduy '91 Guillermo Guerrero '91 Larry Reel '91 P David Adolphson '92 Tiffany Clark '92 Dave Macko '92 Jason Piccione '92 Constantine Baranoff '93 P Javier Diaz '93 Rayne Soriano '93 B Amy Welch-Gandy '93 David Desmond '94 B Armando Diaz '94 Ryan Esposto '95 P Stephen Gill '95 Brendan Hogan '95 Lisa Levasseur '95 John Morris '95 Andrea Barrios '96 B David Domyancic '96 Jeanette Ercila '96 F Tianna Herrera '96 Whitney Jensen Rodrigues '96 Amber Ramos '96 L Angelina Singer '96 Jason Singer '96 Christina Coleman '97 James Coloma '97 P Brian Davis '97 Amy Johnson '97 Brian Manning '97 B Douglas Sequeira '97 Bridget Sequeira '97 Alexander Taylor '97

Jeanna Gonzalez '98 Justin Koenig '98 John Silva '98 † B Sarah Colwell '99 David Holquin '99 P Jana Morris '99 P Mary Alice Spinelli '99 F Amy White '99 L Nathan Browne '00 Edward Gill '00 Derek Helwig '00 B Donald Padilla '00 Christina Peterson Dier '00 Natalia Schorn '00 Joan Schubert '00 L Stephanie Vicuna '00 B Heather Christianson '01 Ashley Richardson '01 Lisa Taylor '01 Erin Keikoan '02 Jimmy Pierson '02 Keetah SalazarThompson '02 Mathew Schorn '02 Russell Chew '03 Janne Coloma '03 Julian Elorduy '03 Thomas Guro '03 P Mary McVeigh '03 Shawn Richardson '03 Carla Albright '04 Courtney Arrieta '04 Hilary Merliner '04 Lauren Schaub '04 Cody Smith '04 Christine Amorose '05 Donald Drysdale '05 Laine Himmelmann '06 Lisa Keikoan '06 Stewart Winslow '06 Dave Anderson '07 Tyler Coons '07

Patrick Gormley '07 B Amanda Johnston '07 Alexandra LaFountain '07 Hannah Murphy '07 Nicole Sebold '07 Emily Small '07 Clark Taylor '07 Caitlin Bair '08 Nathan Domek '08 Peter Kassel '08 Tyler Meredith '08 Austin Otto '08 Erin Perry '08 Mark Sauser '08 Natalie Boylan '09 Morgan Dahl-Tigue '09 Matt McCarthy '09 Luke Sauser '09 Carly Ayres '10 Scot Beale '10 Paul Carmazzi '10 Jordyn Chew '11 Alexander Contreras '11 B Kathleen Schiavenza '11 Michael Signorotti '11 Mikaela Stirling '11 Abigail Williams '11 2LT James Barnes '12 Katherine Costa '12 Nicholas Domek '12 Patrick Donovan '12 Kostantino Johal '12 Zachary Ewertsen '14 Kevin Stenvick '15 Daniel McCarthy '16 Sergio Castillo '17 Matthew Signorotti '17 Brianna Castaneda '18 Miles Magaletti '18 P Claire Martin '18 Madeline K. Mercer '18 P

Alumni donated $1,502,334 in 3,129 gifts (711 donors)


DONOR PROFILE

Rayne Soriano ’93 PAYING IT FORWARD As the oldest of five children, life wasn’t always easy for Rayne Soriano ‘93, whose parents sacrificed time, money and health as his father worked two jobs for 30 years to put his children through school. With the help of tuition assistance, he and his four brothers, Cary ’95, Rey ’97, Aldo ’99 and Clyve ’02, had the opportunity to attend Christian Brothers. “Coming to CB was truly a turning point in my life,” says Soriano. “The value CB gives you is not only for college but for the rest of your life.” During his time at the school, he took part in intramural sports, was involved in the yearbook club and co-founded the Halo Halo club, the first Asian and Pacific Islander club at CB. He fondly remembers taking driver’s education with Mr. Ron Limeberger ’53 and working at the bookstore with Mrs. Lee Wurschmidt. Most notably, he recalls volunteering and doing community service through Wellspring and tutoring students at Oak Ridge Elementary School next door. He grew up with a passion for helping and taking care of others and followed a calling towards health care. He went on to the University of San Francisco, earning a bachelor’s degree in nursing, so he could dedicate that caring passion to his career. Soriano found himself serving clinical and administrative functions in the emergency department after college, a job he held for ten years. He was also fond of teaching and coaching due to the positive impact that his teachers and mentors at CB and USF had on him, leading him back to school to get his master’s degree in education from Sacramento State University. From there, he co-led the implementation of electronic health records in 21 hospitals throughout northern California and was then asked to launch a Medicare Operations program serving elderly patient populations. His career in health care came full circle as he earned his PhD in nursing science and health care leadership from University of California, Davis and is now the Regional Administrator for Kaiser Permanente Northern California. In this role, he leads the effort on building programs to serve those who are homeless, elderly, suffering from mental health crises or substance abuse and other vulnerable groups get the resources they need to be safe and healthy. With that caring mentality and CB’s lasting impact on his life, he took that passion and continues to find ways to pay it forward to students today. “It’s inspiring to give back to CB because I know what the school has done for my family and me,” he states. “And for me, to give back is just a small token of my appreciation and investing in our future alumni as they go forward in their careers.”

“The value CB gives you is not only for college but for the rest of your life.” Now raising three young boys (and future Falcons) of his own with his wife, donating isn’t always easy but he remains dedicated to giving back. “Christian Brothers is grateful for the generosity of Rayne Soriano and fellow donors,” says Nancy Smith-Fagan, director of advancement. “Monthly, recurring donations are a convenient and feasible way for donors to give. All gifts matter and contribute to a large impact for CB students.” The Soriano brothers were given the chance to attend CB thanks to the generosity of others, something that continues to inspire him today. “I’m a strong believer in investing in the right people who have dreams of giving back. Our society needs that more than ever,” says Soriano. With his help, Christian Brothers can be a reality for students, just as it was for his family members and him.

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PARENTS & ALUMNI PARENTS LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons †Deceased

Anonymous (4) Darryl and Maria Abansado Eugene and Virginia Abelardo P Peter and Donna Adam David '92 and Vanessa Adolphson Zachary and Adriana Afong B Gerald and Christina Aglibut Mark and Jessie Aguillio P Scott Alden and May Masunaga P Sean and Ann Alders Dawn '91 and Michael Altobell Robert Alvarez John and Heidi Anderson L Scott and Mary Anderson P Mark and Cynthia Anderson Ludimer Angeles and Martna Calbes Benjamin and Lidia Anin Nicholas and Michelle Archer Elena Arellano Lisa and Robert Arnaudo Devon and Francine Atlee Fausto and Jocelyn Avendano P Bill and Sarah Ayres P Wayne '85 and Cynthia Babby Anthony and Linda Babcock Joanne Badella Bret and Karen Hampson Bair B Tamera Baker F Matthew and Janene Balantac Doreen Baldwin '57 Linda Ballestero Leo and Margaret Balmeo Hoa and Phung Banh Michael and Kathlene Barabe Terri Barbeau Magdalena Barbera Luis '81 and Cheryl Barbosa P Jeffrey and Karen Barbour Luke and Jenna Barker F John and Jennifer Barna P Lorcan and Patti Barnes L Andrea Barrios '96 B Steve '78 and Susan Barsanti B Sammy Bates '84 and Jeannie Gee P Brandan and Gloria Bauer Tim and Ruth Beale Patty Beck David and Ann Becker Roland and Lisa Bell Joel and Maridel Benigno James and Carmen Bennett P Steve and Susan Benson Brad '72 and Kathleen Bento John and Jennifer Benton

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David and Jenna Berglund P Dorothy Bida-Silver Troy '82 and Kris Bird John and Stephanie Birkle P Susan Bitar Lynn and Tina Black Gus and Cindy Blecha B Bill '69 and Debbie Blucher F Trey and Luz Bonetti John and Joann Bonini B Nicholas and Lori Bonsignore Robert and Cynthia Boriskin William '57 and Margie Bowe Donald and Cindi Bowman P Bob Breech Mary Rhea Breen '74 P Tom and Claudia Briggs P Christopher and Theresa Brocchini Nicole and David Brousseau Steven and Janeth Brouwer Ric '50 and Angela Brown Tony Browne and Edda Caraballo-Browne Robert and Monica Brushia P Robert '85 and Janice Buckner Margaret Buggy Lon '73 and Mary Ann Burford Rafael and Magdelena Burgos Cary and Barbara Cabanag Caroline Cabias Frank and Nancy Cable F Michael and Janet Cahill F Jacqueline Calkin and Chris Bagatelos P Ralph and Tracy Calvillo Randy and Marivel Camasura Bruce and Janet Cann Ronald '51 and Pat Carissimi Paul '74 and Karen Carmazzi Marilyn Carmazzi William and Kathryn Carrasco Cheryl Carrillo '84 Mike and Linda Carroll Rose Marie '57 and Wayne Carsey Anne Carvalho Patrick Carvalho '76 John '70 and Barbara Caselli Mike '76 and Nancy Caselli Jim and Rita Cassady Tamacina Castellanos Brandon and Monica Castillo B Cynthia Castronovo P Thomas '73 and Catherine Ceccarelli Mario '87 and Rosemaria Cerezo Suzie Chandra Anne '83 and Eduard Chapuis P

Vincent and Kimberly Charleboix P Tony '64 and Ann Chavez '65 Keith '82 and Rosanne Cherry Ronald and Elaine Chew Nikhil and Virginia Chhabra Dave and Linda Christianson Gary Chu and Zhihong Wang Jack Clara '50 Andrew and Carolyn Clark P Tony '83 and Kathryn Clark P Jeff Cole Nicholas and Christina '97 Coleman Bill '70 and Lori Conner Richard and Karen Contreras L Dennis and Susan Cook Jane Cook Robert and Erin Cook David and Patricia Cooper P Michael and Dawn Cooper Jonathan and Melissa Copley P Alan '61 and Mary Lynn Cordano F James '85 and Nancy Cordano P Hugo and Blanca Marisa Cornejo Dan and Debbie Costa B Sonja Costello John and Mary Cotter L Timothy and Gretchen Cotter Scott and Elizabeth Coyner B Kenneth Crawford Tito and Agnes Crisol P Kim Crum David and Elizabeth Culp Michael and Catherine Curran Rafael and Kathy Dagang Yimin Dai B Rocky Niehaus '74 and Maribeth DaRosa Niehaus '73 Carolyn Darr '61 Owen and Carol Davies L Conrad and Denise Davis B Paul and Tracie Davis Tony and Marianna Davis Robyn Davis '70 Lourdes De Leon Ralph and Antoinette de Vere White B Demetrice De Ville P Donald '64 and Carol Del Porto Anthony and Lisa Delaney Christopher and Kimberley Delfino P Constance Delgado P Danny '79 and Dorothy Delgado Kevin and Rebecca DelPiero Marty and Rachelle Delucchi Mark and Carmen DeSimone


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PARENTS & ALUMNI PARENTS (CONTINUED) LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons †Deceased

Peggy Desmond Bob and Natalie Dettling L Peter and Carrie Detwiler L Hal and Cathy DeVera Mahinder and Tawnya Dhaliwal B Steve '88 and Katherine '85 Diaz P Javier Diaz '93 and Kimberlee Beath Pierre and Helene Dodier Anamika Doma Paul '60 and Mary Domyancic Robert and Diane Dong B Ronald and Rachel Dong B John '77 and Judy Donovan James and Marcie Douglas B John and Kelley Downey P Joseph and Rebecca Downing F Bradford and Ruanne Dozier Dale Drozd and Janette Vine Elizabeth Drysdale '78 Ed Dudensing and Katie Newell L Jill Dudensing-Buckley and Chris Buckley P Janet Dumonchelle Charles and Lisa Duncan L Michael and Robin Duncan P Kimberely Dunn Lorenzo and Imelda Durana Patrick and Karen Durham John and Colleen Earley B Larry Easterling Robert and Sheryl Eberhardt Christine Econome P Eric '82 and Eileen Edelmayer P David and Liz Elboom Ted and Kelli Eliopoulos Rich '63 and Marryan '64 Elorduy Michael '60 and Nancy '61 Elorduy Todd '91 and Katherine Elorduy Connie Sanders Emerson B Jeffrey and Roselyn Enghoy Tom and Priscilla English L Craig and Amy Enos L Jesse and Patricia Esquivel P Mike and Marianne Evashenk Jim '86 and Annde Ewertsen Dan and Eva Exon James Falkenstrom and Adrienne Stirling Mike and Kathleen Farmer William and Dawn Farrell P Louie '76 and Nadine Feletto P Brent Felker and Deborah Mah F Michael and Shana Fellers Jim and Pat Fellos Mark and Cynthia Fenocchio P Hector and Charlotte Fernandez P

Tracy Fernandez Michael '63 and Patricia Ferrigno Stephanie Finelli P Don and Kathy Fitzgerald Tom and Nan Fitzpatrick Brent and Kathleen Fitzpatrick Thomas Flynn and Rita-Jane Spillane Jerry '65 and Susan Flynn John Fondale '83 Bob '53 and Tsuruko Forster Janet Forsythe Al '70 and Sue Franzoia Dave and Janis Franzoia Ronald and Sonia Frazier P Robert and Lennore Freeman Chuck and Lisa French Michael '76 and Lorie Frias Patrick and Leah Frink Michele Fuhrman Gloria Gabrielli Patti Gallagher Michael Gallup P Cynthia Gandy '78 and Joseph Hill, Sr. P Carolyn Gandy-McEachnie '79 and Edison McEachnie L James and Robbie Garcia Kimberley and Steve Gedstad Stephen and Rachel Genus Timothy and Mona Gergen Evamarie Ghiggeri P Linda '59 and Ken Giese Stephen '95 and Gretchen Gill John '55 and Anita '57 Giordano Jim '64 and Maureen '64 Girard P Matt and Barbara Goldman Tim and Nancy Goldthwaite Pete and Lenora Gonsalves Kevin and Mary Gordon Rick Gormley '74 L George and Kassandra Gough Cynthia and Phil Grajeda Michael and Christa Grandstaffe Bob '55 and Carolyn '57 Granucci Brian Granucci '85 Martin and Carol Greenberg Darrin and Dineen Greer P Austin and Florita Greiner Adrian Griffin and Patti Palacios P Craig and Mui Griffith David and Guadalupe Guerrero Eric and Tracie Guillen P Robert and Carmen Gunn P Larry and Terri Gury Joe '58 and Rita Gutierrez

Cheryl Gutierrez Jaime and Tami Gutierrez John Hall P John and Kitt Haman P Ron and Michele Hamilton Jeffrey and Lisa Marie Hammond John and Theresa Hancock Rich and Suzanne Hanna Sharon Hanson Brian and Mary Harp B Paul '82 and Kelly '83 Harrington Ken '54 and Marolyn '57 Harris Mark Harris and Yasmin Henry P Patrick '83 and Karen Harris Stephen and Teresa Haselmann P Mike Havey '69 B Paul Havey '81 B Robert and Arlene Hay P Vickie and Rick Hayes Steven and Leah Hays P John and Joanne Healy Stephanie Baker and John Hennelly B Troy and Brandy Hensley John and Caroline Hesse Chet and Laura Hewitt L Francis and Stacy Hickel L Ronald and JoVel Hickey Dave and Dianna Hillyer Bill and Penny Hilson P Ralph and Madlyn Hilton Thad and Janine Hirsch Tri-Dung and Judy-Loan Hoang Anthony and Lisa Hock Quentin and Cindy Hoff Janis Hoffart Itasker and April Hollins Rose Ann and Ken Holmes Nataly Holston P Bill '59 and Constance Hoover B Robert and Christa Horst P John and Laurie Hosoume Bonita '74 and Michael Hotz Andrew Hudnut and Sara Dougherty P Don and Joanne Hufford L Kurt and Shelley Hunt Elizabeth '83 and Matthew Hunter Betty Ann '57 and Robert Hutchings Bill '76 and Nina Iliff L Mike '65 and Kate Ingoglia David and Mary Ingram F Robert and Cynthia Iseley Dale '77 and Betty Jablonsky John '68 and Lynda Jackson Paul '77 and Karen Jacobs

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PARENTS & ALUMNI PARENTS LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons †Deceased

Mark Jacobson and Debbie Parsons Alfred and Christie Jahns F Brian and Karen Jan P Michael and Karen Jedrzynski B Tom and Maria Johnson L Justin '89 and Amanda Johnson Robert and Regina Johnson Tim '68 and Jackie Johnston P Jeffrey Jonas and Beth Robbins P Jeffry and Kristi Jones P Michael and Amy Jones Vince and Laura Juarez Dean and Yadranka Kaiser Sam and Billee Kanelos P Richard and Annie Kaplon L Mark and Rochelle Kaye B Bruce and Judy Keikoan Irma Kelderman Lia Keller Deborah Keller '80 Mike Kelley Kevin and Sherry Kelly P Charles and Michele Kelly Clark and Kari Kelso F Thomas and Stacey Kennedy Michael and Mary Kessler B Keith and Gina Ketcher Ravinder and Kamal Khaira Hormoz and Elsa Khajavi Aaron and Susan Kingsbury Jerry '53 and Rosemary Kirrene Greg and Colleen Kirtlan Christopher Klein Al '44 and Bev Knezovich Bryan and Ann Koenig L Bill and Jane Koenig B Steven and Marla Kolb Rich and Connie Koppes Brian and Karen Korbs B Sergio and Emma Kordich B Paul and Annie Krause Ronald and Maureen Kuch Kenton and Marina Kunz Joseph '64 and Joan '64 Kuzmich Jeff and Irene Kwok Mark and Monica LaBriola David and Rebecca Landeros Victor and Laurie Laney P Frank '62 and Marcia LaRosa Kevon and Sue Larson Steven and Marcie Larson P Paul and Rosaline Lau B Richard and Wendy Lauchland Rodney and Brandy Lazard

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Raymond Leclerc and Jennifer West P Christopher Ledesma '85 and Maria Simas '85 L Joel and Gina Ledesma Clinton and Namhee Lee P Robert and Federica '84 Lee P Brason and Yuen-Ling Lee Mai Her and Long Lee Naomi Lee Scott and Connie Leek Lileth Leonardo Gary and Amy Leong B Lisa '95 and David Levasseur Stanley and Janet Levers P Mike '80 and Diane Lewis P John Liddle and Deborah Dunn Joan Limeberger Gilbert and Sandy Limhengco L Jose Manuel and Maria Linares L Ken and Mary Kay Link Valeria Lipiec P Brock '85 and Amy Littlejohn Christopher and Carolina Lloyd B Rodel and Abigail Lobo Bill and Debbie Loftus Adriel and Guadalupe Lopez John and Tammy Lozano P Fritz and Robin Lund Bob and Pam Lygren Les Lyman B Brian and Lisa Maas John and Susan MacMillan F Tim '85 and Leisa Maestretti Lori Magaletti '80 P Brian '72 and Nancy Mahaney Myra and Scott Makelim P Mike '72 and Renee '76 Malaki B Chad and Julie Marie Malchow B Tai and Stacey Mamea Ed and Maria Manning P Dave and Julie Mansfield Jeffrey and Cathy Mantong P Frank and Rose Marchi Christopher Maricle P Anna Martin P Josh and Cynthia Martin P Teri Martinez and Angel Gutierrez Bob Massa F Tom and Theresa Matista John and Lisa Matocq Jill Matranga Rick and Sarah Maya F Daniel Mazza and Robin Graziani P Sam and Gina McAdam Harold and Karen McAlister

Greg and Heather McAvoy-Jensen Michael '80 and Kristen McCarthy L William and Kari McCloskey Bob McConnell Arthur and Sherrie McElvy P Shawn Colleen and Duncan McFetridge P John '72 and Nancy McGann Christopher and Claire McGinness P Kevin '74 and Leslie McGovern Liam and Jaime McGregor Terence and Teri McHale B Kenneth '88 and Diana McKechnie P Michael and Emer McKenna Michael and Linda McKenna Jim and Carol McMonagle P Traci '83 and Will McMullen B Thomas '78 and Julie McNamara B Francis '51 and Sally McNamara Mildred McNamara John and Sue McNamee Joanne McShane B Dan McVeigh and Rebecca Baumann Jeff and Victoria Medeiros B William and April Melarkey Brian and Jennifer Mellor Hugo and Jennifer Mercado Douglas and Evelyn Meredith Jane '63 and Thomas Meuser L Frank and Elizabeth Meyer F Greg and Mary Mignano P John Mikacich and Wendelin Will Mikacich Brandon and Ann Milar Nedra Millwood P Dale and Lori Milton B Barry and Ramona Moenter Curt and Sherry Moniz Robert and Robin Montanez Richard and Veronica Monteverde P Michael and Linda Montgomery P Suzan Moody Mike'83 and Shannon '84 Mooney P Frank '55 and Marcia Mooney Gerry and Patty '65 Moore Charlene '74 and John Moorhead P Jeanne Morais Darren and Coleen Morehead Monica Moreno John '95 and Stacy Morris Thomas and Christina Morton Cyril and Luisa Moya F Frank '51 and Marge Mugartegui F Robert and Mary Munn B Frantisek and Kimberly Murin John and Shelley Murphy


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PARENTS & ALUMNI PARENTS (CONTINUED) LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons † Deceased

Douglas and Elizabeth Murphy Kirk Murphy '77 Patrick and Jenevra Murphy Mark '80 and Cindy Murphy Marilyn Murphy Robert Murray Walter and Michelle Neal Thomas '75 and Kimberley Neri Lee and Marissa Ness Kevin Nguyen and Kai-Ting Hu P Miguel and June Nieves B David and Stephanie Noe Eric and Aimee Norman Fred and Andrea Noteware John and Susan Nunan Jamey and Tara Nye B Bill and Elaine Obernesser Christopher and Jacqueline Obmann L Pat O'Brien † Kristi O'Connor John and Jody O'Dell L Fred '63 and Susan Oliver Karl and Kathy Omlin Gearoid and Kathleen O'Neill Chris and Tashia '90 Orr John and Cynthia Ortiz B Rick and Jennifer Osen F Russ Ost and Julie Gallardo James Otto and Adel Visser Linda '84 and Lee Overstreet B Barry Padilla and Tracie Billington B Stephen and Kristen Pagano Paul and Claudia Page P Kurt and Janay Parkinson Katherine '81 and Gordon Paterson L Frank '71 and Mary Paulo Joseph and Shannon Pauly Lew '52 and Gerin Pebbles Corine Pekari Linda '74 and Mark Peletta Gilbert and Abeleth Penalba Paul and Caroline Peretti Kathleen '59 and Richard Perez Joshua and Heather Perkins Mark '71 and Susan Perry Manny and Mary Jane Perry Andrew and Andrea Marie Peters Michael and Michelle Phipps P Jason '92 and Kelley Piccione Bill '73 and Helen Pierson Susanne Pierson Melinda Pierson '84 Donald and Margaret Pimentel Jose and Brenda Pinuela P

Robert and Jeanne Piper Mike and Carole Pirruccello Tony '69 and Sharon '75 Planchon Javier '74 and Betty Plasencia L Jorge '73 and Nellie '78 Plasencia P Rich '63 and Bonnie Poletti Jamie and Daisy Po'oi Patricia Pope William and Joy Prevost B Christopher Price Doug and Mary Prichard B Henry '57 and Jenny Puga Kirk and Suzyn Purdy Betty Ann Quackenbush George Radovich '49 Kevin and Jill Ralph Alfonso Ramirez and Patricia Aguiar F Jacquelyn Ramirez Olga Ramirez Stephen and Amani Rapaski P David '65 and Melinda Rasul P Fereshteh Raygani '79 and Daniel Anthony Airola Gregg Recanzone and Julie Langston B Dan Rehm '67 Benjamin Richburg Jr. Kevin '83 and Jennifer Rios B Victor Rios and Elaine Borrelli David and Patricia Roberts Gerald and Tracy Roberts Andy Rockas and Danielle Guard B Marco and Paulina Rodriguez L Octavio and Sabrina Rodriguez P Chris and Shannon Rodriguez Julio and Stacie Marie Rodriguez Laura and Fred Rogers B Randy and Suzanne Rojas Marcus and Annette Romani Danny Romero P Danilo and Rosalinda Ronquillo Brian and Carin Rosario John and Denise Rose Chuck and Susan Rosenberg Yvette '78 and Craig Roy L David and Michelle Rubio Stephen and Janet Ruggiero P Mario and Sue Ruiz Matthew Ruyak and Lisa Travis Christopher and Patricia Ryan Dave '81 and Eden Saalsaa F Dan and Kathy Salazar F Alvaro and Emmylou Ann Salud P Bradley Sample and Stephanie Ashburn Steven and Mieke San Julian

Carlos and Sabra Sanchez P Noel '76 and Annette '78 Sanchez Genero Sanchez and Suzanne Richards Rick and Rocio Sandoval Rose Sapnaro Maria Sargent Rodolfo and Vivian Sarte Charlie Sauser and Kerry Kelly Timothy and Summer Schaedler Michael and Mary '59 Schaefer Bridget Scharn Frank and Jacqui Schetter B Jim and Ellen Schiavenza B Keith '55 and Patricia Schiele P Eric Schlenker L Michael and Deborah Schlosser P Mark and Tina Schmidt Kurt and Deidre Schneider P Jan Schubert Butch '60 and Eileen Schuering Ken and Raena Schumaker B Rolf and Lisa Schumann F George '83 and Elaine '85 Scordakis Mary Ann '82 and Jeremiah Scott Irv '60 and Sylvia Scott John and Nicole Sedleniek F Jeffery and Stephanie Seiler Willard Seitz Roween and Jo Anne Sharma P Thomas '69 and Ann Sharp Robert and Michelle Shaw P Stephen and Ann-Louise Shea Anne Sheehan L David and Jan Shepard James and Joyce Shetler Kari Shipman John Shyer and Ruth Rowlette P Mark and Teresa Simi P Anthony and Charlotte Simoes Wornel and De Jada Simpson B Steve Sims and Olga Durette Jason '96 and Angelina '96 Singer Steven '76 and Jacklyn '76 Slakey Gregory Smith and Carmelita Yambalia-Smith Reginald and Deanna Smith B George Smith '81 Paul and Maureen Smith Gregory and LaJena Smith Nancy and Kevin Smith-Fagan F Dan '72 and Vicki Smolich P Jon and Susan Snyder Eric '90 and Karen Snyder P Paul and Linda Snyder Andrew and Sarah Solari P

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PARENTS & ALUMNI PARENTS LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons †Deceased

Erik and Araceli Solis B Jose and Edna Solis Olga Soto Michael and Amy Sparks Kevin '86 and Angela Spease Gregory and Celeste Spitz Mark Splinter Michael '89 and DeAnn Splinter Kenneth and Dianne Sprott James '79 and Andrea Stahley Tom '70 and Shirley Stassi Jeffrey and Marijoyce Stenger Timothy Stenvick Nicholas and Beth Stern David Sterrett and Rebecca McAllister P Chris and Audrey Stevens Wayne and Raquel Steving Frederick and Anna Stewart P Sean '84 and Kristin Stone Kim Stone Frederick and Valerie Strain Kathleen Williams and Martha Stringer B Steve and Sue Strong Kelly Sturges '85 Daniel and Carolyn Sullivan Cecilia and Tony Powers L Mardion and Arlene Tabunda Jennifer Taggard and Vasiliy Parfenov P Analyn and Chris Tandoc P Bradley and Kristin Tangen B Tim '62 and Betty Taormina B Bryant and Marides Tapang P David and Helene Taylor P Brock and Christina Thayer P Tiji and Beatrice Thomas John-Reed Thompson and Catherine Cale-Thompson B Marty and Stacey Thompson Eugene and Nicole Tibon P Stephanie Tom and Stuart Dairiki B Lori '79 and Dan Toomey Blanca Torres Adrian and Cynthia Torres James and Ann Tracy

Anthony and Audrey Traina L Loc and Amy Tran F Trac Tran and Thao Le P Christine Trillo '84 Eric and Teresa Trujillo Jerome and Suzanne Tucker P Scott Turner '90 P Peter and Kimberly Jake Tuschinski B Kevin '73 and Susan Valine Efrain '87 and Lourdes Vallejo Scott and Tracey Valverde Sonia Valverde-Strong Jim and Kari Van Gundy P Gina '84 and Jeff Vanacore B Annie Vanenburg James and Kimberly Vann Nicolas and Laurie Vargas P Fabian Vasquez and Monica Bratcher Sergiy and Tetyana Vasylyev Frank '71 and Carrie Vellutini Pedro and Lea Vicio Donald Viducich '39 Plauche and Susan Villere Rossana Viray Karnail and Doreen Virk Michael and Arline Vlamis Mary Vogeli Frederick and Wendy Voss Jeremy and Ahnieveree Walker P Christopher and Jessica Wall Dave and Peggy Walrath Danny Walsh and Tracey Buck-Walsh B Lindsay Walsh Peter and Catherine Walsh James and Maureen Wanket Randy and Patty Ward P Matt and Vikki Warner

Parents and alumni parents donated $1,371,069 in 6,189 gifts (763 donors) CB Trustees donated $287,163 in 67 gifts (13 donors)

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Myron and Kymberley Wayne David and Jill Webb P Frank Werry '74 P James and Sharon Wiggin Kevin and Tammara Wilcox L Darby '58 and James Williams Martin and Patricia Williams Nathan and Yvonne Williams Stacey Williams Robin Joy Williams Stephen and Laura Williamson P Joanne Winchell P Peter Winslow and Cheryl Stewart Stuart Wiseman and Keeva Coe-Wiseman F Nick '87 and Michele Witry P Jack and Mona '60 Witry Sean and Nancy Wong L Lawrence and Nicole Wong B Larry and Marianne Wong B Patrick and Margaret Wong Rosemary Wood '59 Jeffrey and Andria Leigh Wurm Johnny and Allison Wynn Fred and Susan Yadao David Yasuda and Teri Masumoto-Yasuda Eugene Yeager and Jeanne Cameron Jen and Scot Yearwood Timothy Murphy and Elizabeth Young-Murphy '78 Taliatu and Ar'tanya Yusuf B Chuck and Patricia Zannetti B Rodney '75 and Linda Zanze Roger '70 and Barbara Zanze Anne Marie '78 and Rick Zeman F Gloria Zielke Connie Zupan


DONOR PROFILE

Amber Ramos ’96 GIVING BACK Growing up in poverty and a single-parent household, Amber Ramos ’96 knows what it is like to not have much. Christian Brothers gave her the opportunity to be a thriving student, who was not only prepared for college, but for life. With the help of tuition assistance, Ramos was able to obtain a Lasallian Catholic education and experience CB’s mission. As a CB student, Ramos was a cheerleader and involved in the yearbook class. She fondly remembers Mr. English, who gave her a love for architecture, and Mr. Kirrene, who challenged his students to grow in their weaker areas of study. After high school, Ramos went on to attend University of the Pacific where she earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. However, her professional plan led her a different way, ending up in human resources, a field she has since been in for 18 years. “My career path was very accidental,” says Ramos. As a college student, she worked at UOP’s Career Resource Center where she met a recruiter at an employer recruitment event. She was asked if she ever thought about working in human resources due to her people skills. From there, she decided to give it a try, earning her master’s degree in human resources from Golden Gate University, and has enjoyed the work ever since. Ramos currently resides in the Silicon Valley and is a human resources professional for Atlassian, an international software company. With CB’s lasting positive influence on her life, she takes advantage of her company’s charitable match program to double the impact in helping deserving young women and young men receive tuition assistance to attend Christian Brothers, just like she did. “I feel compelled to give back because CB changed my life. The teachers taught me life skills through quality education,” says Ramos. “I learned how to organize and accomplish things and gain the confidence to pursue something great. I knew how challenging it was and I could feel the reward of what I was working for.” She credits much of her success to her CB teachers who believed in her and pushed her to be better and to continue pursuing challenging goals.

“I feel compelled to give back because CB changed my life. The teachers taught me life skills through quality education.”

Thanks to the generous support and dedication of alumni, donors and friends, Ramos was able to attend Christian Brothers and become the successful, career-driven woman that she is today. “The school creates high-achieving, successful students who go on to be successful adults, but the school does it in a way that’s not pretentious,” explains Ramos. “The Lasallian mission permeates how the school operates.” Ramos is proof that being a CB Falcon can be a reality for anyone, no matter where they come from.

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FRIENDS & GENEROUS BUSINESSES LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons † Deceased

Anonymous (4) Daniel and Mabel Abellera Ken and Joyce Adamson Brittany Adkins-Williams Albert O. Schluer Family Trust B Sheila Aliesky Tyler and Marissa Almond Jennifer Alpert Joseph and Iris Alvarez P America's Best Local Charities Agnes Anderson † L Gilbert Anderson and Mary Stansfield Atlassian Inc B Percy Avalos Keith Bachmann Mike Bakarich James and Susanne Bales Jesse and Amanda Ball Rena Barsanti Ernie and Idamarie Barsotti Richard and Dianna Battistessa Benevity Community Impact Fund Barry Bennett Patricia Bertacchi Best Best & Krieger LLP B William Bigley William and Kristine Blanco Robert Bloomberg Michael and Laurine Bohamera BOS Sheet Metal Inc. B Diane Bosnich-Chapski Paul Bossenmaier Mary Bowers David and Beth Bowman Cal and Eileen Boyes Evan and Natalie '09 Boylan Eric and Catherine Brady Alice Breault June Britschgi Lisa Bronson Brothers Plumbing & Electrical P F. Frederick Brown Jean Marie Buchanan Buena Vista Rancheria Ramona Bugatto Butte Sand and Gravel Caltronics Business Systems P Bill and Sue Canavan Robert Cappello Joan Caraska Crystal Carey Norma Carolan Madelyne Carpenter P Carpenters Union Local 586 Scholarship Fund L Margaret Carrera and Philip Joffe 32 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CONNECTION

Rose Carson Chrys Cassetta P Chevron Corporation Meg Christianson Julia and Neil Clark Clark Trucking Service, Inc. Tom '53 † and Carol Colby L Dan and Nancy Cole Community Health Charities Tim and Nancy Comstock Construction Innovations L Juan Cornejo and Gloria Juarez B Maurice and Dianna Costa Most Rev. Myron J. Cotta P Robert Courtnier Jeffrey and Deborah Cox Victor Cozzalio and Lisa Heilman-Cozzalio Helen Crane John and Mary Cronick Noreen Crowley P CyberGrants, Inc P Barbara Davidson Carol Davis Barbara Davy Deacon Charitable Foundation Hon. Anthony and and Elinor DeCristoforo Angie DeLuca Mark and Mary Lou Dentinger Department of Finance Social Committee B Ronald and Patricia Derobertis Colleen Desmond Kerry Desmond B Desmond, Nolan, Livaich & Cunningham B David and Susan Dewitt Donna Diclementine Diocese of Sacramento DLMC Foundation DLR Group B Katherine Domek Adam Dorsey P Duane's Body & Paint, Inc. B Janet Dupzyk Larry Duval Ann Econome Lawrence and Stacy Edgar Lisa Eiskamp El Dorado Savings Bank F Elk Grove Hearing Care L Rudolf and Ernestine Elpel Emil Isler Revocable Trust Andrew and Rebecca Erickson C. Lynn Escajeda Joseph and Megan Eschleman F Arthur and Candyce Espinoza B Fair Game Inc DBA Cowtown/Daisys'/Happy Cow

David and Ann Marie Faires P Ruth Fedrau Janet Feil Alma Fernandez P Larry and Janet Fibich Kieran and Marty Fitzpatrick P Cheryl Flaherty Janet Flynn Patricia Fox George Fraga Denise Franzoia P Charles French Albert Gallardo Cheri Galt B Mike and Barbara Genovese Genovese, Burford & Brothers George and Lena Valente Foundation Janet Gill Janelle Gill Don and Betty Gillott L Paula Gimenez GoodDoneGreat.com B Rona Gordon Frank and Gigi Grape Greater Horizons Jason and Lynette Grefrath Barbara Gregor Michael Grow Joe Guilherme, AFSC and Teresa Guilherme B Susan and Martin Haley Philomena Halstead Ann Hampton Rev. Ignatius Haran L Mike and Adrienne Harris Philip Slater and Heidi Harrison Ted and Dixie Hart Patrick and Anne Harty P Jim and Sandy Heffernan Courtney and Michael Hendry P Joseph and Anita Henson Gerald Hicks † Loretta Hocking Carol Hoefling P Buzz and Mary Claire Hoever Jeff and Elly Hoever Kathleen Horgan Jane Howell IBM Corporation L Peggy Ingram ISSE Services B Jack's Urban Eats B Jackson Properties, Inc. L Roy and Lorayne Jacobes JBT Corporation Matching Gift Plan P Thomas and Sharon Jones


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FRIENDS & GENEROUS BUSINESSES LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons †Deceased

Jim and Dianne Jorgensen Theodore Kagianas Sue Kahler B Arlene Kaye P Thomas and Mariann Keaveny Holly Keller Loretta Kenney Gary and Patricia Kerns Christine and Tim Kerr P Rev. Father William Kinane B Anna King Bruce and Maureen King Fred Ko Edwin and Cecile Krause Kolby and Steven Kuhn Maria-Anna Kuyper La Salle Club of CBHS Jeanine Larrea Lasallian Education Fund Joe and Olivia Laureano Marie Lawson P Bill and Jana Le Doux Ralph and Madeleine Levy Frank Lewis Mike and Pat Lewis Lewis Kassis Trust Foundation Lexus of Sacramento B Larry and Evie Lieb Anthony Lien Joan Limeberger Stella Lingtaylor Steve and Peggy Liu June Long David and Christine Lucchetti Jennifer and David Lux Margaret Lynch Michael and Karen Lyons Pat Lysaght Macys/Bloomingdale's-Earning for Learning P Robert and Monica Maldonado P George Manassero Marketplace Communications B Cecilia Massetti Cass and Mary Mastalski Kathleen Matranga-Cooper Maureen Mattos John Matzoll P Mazza Dental Care P June McBride and Craig Thurmond B Melissa McClellan McDonald Accountancy, Inc. McDonald Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning B Emily and Paul McDougall Joanne McGann Christopher McGriff Brown

Findlay and Carole McIntosh Rev. Brendan McKeefry P Linda McLevich Susan Mecum Ed and Barbara Melia Mercy Foundation Mercy McMahon Terrace Cynthia Meyers James and Dina Meylink P Rosemary Michaels Burnett and Mimi Miller William and Carol Misquez Mrs. James A. Monroe F Timothy and Hollie Mooney Wayne and Patricia Morehead Alice Morgan Adriana Mundo Herald and Michael Herald Brendan and Janine Murphy P Murphy Austin Adams Schoenfeld LLP L Amy Neff Jennifer Neill R. L. Nelson Tu Van Nguyen and Kim Tran Thomas and Seung O'Brien Rev. Msgr. Albert O'Connor Steven and Heidi O'Connor Gwenn O'Hara P OK Tire and Automotive L Ted and Sue Olson P Christina Olson Donna Onodera Onsight Technology Cynthia Orr Pacific Dental Services B Pat Anderson Charitable Fund of the Sac Reg Comm Foundation Patsy Pattison Anne Pelfanio Josephine Perry Peter P. Bollinger Investment L Phillips 66 Company L Michael and Ginessa Pierson F J. Michael and Connie Pinkerton Plumbers & Pipefitters Local #447 Gregory and Genny Prowell Gary and Judy Quattrin Francis Quinn Ken and Francesca Rademacher Peter and Sue Raffetto Frank and Joanne Ramos P Bernie and Marilyn Rao Carolyn Rarick Mr. Herman J. Ravizza Greg and Gail Reed Dan and Colleen Reilly

Melissa Relles Renaissance Charitable Foundation Inc. Rex Moore Electrical F Stephen and Mary Jo Riehl Paul Rieschick L John and Yolanda Riley-Portal P River City Bank L Ripley and Joyce Robinett Ralph and Barbara Rockow Lupe Rodriguez Vincent and Amanda Roldan Roger and Ann Romani F Rossbeigh Inc. DBA de Vere's Irish Pub P Rotary Club of Sacramento Foundation Greg and Patricia Roth P Edward Rothman John and Barbara Rowder Royal Electric Stephanie Roybal Sacramento Region Community Foundation Edward and Rita Samcoff Mas Sato Bertina Scales Marilyn Scheid Schetter Electric, Inc. B Christina Schlink Mike and Kirsten Schneider Ron Schurr George and Dolly Separovich Scott and Lisa Setzer Marian Shackel Jeremiah Sheckler Roderick and Laurie Shepard P Sierra Health Foundation B Clay Sigg Wesley Silva Emily Silvey L F. John Silvey P Allen and Barbara Simas Simas Flooring James and Helen Simmons B Binnie Singh B Gil and Holly Sisneros P Sjoberg Evashenk Consulting L SKS Die Casting & Machining, Inc. Slater Farms, Inc. Olaavi and Fidalma Solander Joe and Annette Sousa John and Susan Sozzi Jim and Elvie Spano Marshall and Kelle Sperbeck Helen Sperbeck B Gene and Pat Stallings Linda Stanich Karen Stassi CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CONNECTION 33


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FRIENDS & GENEROUS BUSINESSES LEGEND

Sponsor Level

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons † Deceased

Thea Stidum Jennifer Stone Steven and Karen Suhr Bill and Linda Sweeney Phillip and Marilyn Swimley Christopher and Anna Symkowick-Rose P Ernie and Sharon Tapia Fred Taugher and Paula Higashi Eric and Kristen Taylor The Catholic Foundation of The Diocese of Sacramento, Inc. John Thielen Huey Tidwell Donald and Denise Timmons Diane and Victor Tolomeo Ron Tom Joyce Topping Yolanda Torrecillas Walter and Jennifer Torres Towerpoint Wealth F TRUiST P Agnes Tucker

Robert and Robyn Tunstall P Diane Tussey United Way California Capital Region L United Way of the Bay Area University Arts B University of Portland Betsy Vallejo P Kevin Van Den Bogert Michael and Alison Van Raaphorst Louis and Elaine Vecchi John Vicente and Maryann Zywot P Jeffrey Viducich Ralph Villanueva Don and Megan Vincent John and Vicki Volek W. F. Gormley & Sons B Moira Warmerdam Catherine Warmerdan Mark and Jan Warren Wells Fargo B Western Health Advantage L Wayne and Margaret Wilcox

Jane Williams Charles Williams Cress Williamson Wraith Scarlett and Randolph P Victor and Sherri Yee Jo Ann Yee YourCause, LLC Trustee Veronica Yuke Sally Zanze Merrily Zanze Joan Zarick Bill Zgraggen

Friends/Businesses donated $936,983 in 1,501 gifts (388 donors)

EMPLOYEE DONORS LEGEND

Sponsor Level

Donna Adam Brittany Adkins-Williams Carla Albright '04 Tyler Almond Dave Anderson '07 Jesse Ball Lorcan Barnes L Steve Barsanti '78 B Gloria Bauer Robert Boriskin Mary Bowers Natalie Boylan '09 Evan Boylan Lisa Bronson Nicole Brousseau Margaret Buggy Tomas Capogreco '86 Chrys Cassetta P Heather Christianson '01 Sarah Colwell '99 Jeffrey Cox Scott Coyner B Danny Delgado '79 David Desmond '94 B Cathy DeVera Armando Diaz '94

President’s Circle L Lasallian F Founders Level B Brothers P Patrons † Deceased Julian Elorduy '03 Tom English L Cheryl Flaherty Lorie Frias Patti Gallagher Rona Gordon Cynthia Grajeda Gigi Grapé Michael Grow Joe Guilherme, ASFC B Thomas Guro '03 P Kelly Harrington '83 Paul Havey '81 B Courtney Hendry P Brendan Hogan '95 Rose Ann Holmes Bill Iliff '76 L Holly Keller Loretta Kenney Christine Kerr P Kolby Kuhn David Levasseur Francesca Lewis P Anthony Lien Steve Liu Myra Makelim P

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June McBride B Mike McCarthy '80 L Kristen McCarthy L Melissa McClellan Emily McDougall Kevin McGovern '74 Findlay McIntosh Traci McMullen '83 B Julie McNamara B Joanne McShane B April Melarkey Dale Milton B Jana Morris '99 P Adriana Mundo Herald Fr. Frantisek Murin Amy Neff Chris Orr Corine Pekari Susanne Pierson Joy Prevost B Kirk Purdy Larry Reel '91 P

John Riley-Portal P Annette Romani Stephanie Roybal Natalia Schorn '00 Rolf Schumann F Marian Shackel Jeremiah Sheckler Nancy Smith-Fagan F Joe Sousa Mary Alice Spinelli '99 F Cecilia Sullivan-Powers L Christopher Symkowick-Rose P Christina Thayer P Diane Tolomeo Yolanda Torrecillas Scott Turner '90 P Kevin Van Den Bogert Annie Vanenburg Doreen Virk Maureen Wanket Moira Warmerdam Jen Yearwood

CB employees donated $61,912 in 1,290 gifts (96 donors)


2017-2018 ANNUAL REPORT

GIFTS WERE MADE IN HONOR OF… Ms. Lupe Angulo Mrs. Billie Avery Mr. Lorcan P. Barnes Mr. James P. Barnes '12 Mr. Alexander O. Benson '07 Mr. Nathan J. Browne '00 Mr. Bernard P. Church '62 Mrs. Mary Church Mr. Richard L. Cutting '45 Mrs. Peggy A. Desmond Mr. Thomas A. English Mrs. Linda Giese '59 Sr. Ma. del Refugio Gutierrez Ponce Mr. Kenneth '54 and Mrs. Marolyn '57 Harris Mr. Gerald T. Kirrene '53 Mr. David J. Kirrene '81

Mr. Timothy D. Kunz '07 Mr. Christopher R. Kunz '10 Ms. Kaitlin E. Kunz '13 Mrs. Mary K. Lera Mr. Scott W. Lewis '08 Hon. James L. Long '55 Mr. Filipe Machado Mr. Chris Matthews Mr. Daniel J. McVeigh and Ms. Rebecca A. Baumann Mr. Robert E. Meyer '09 and Ms. Hannah Weems Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Mooney, Sr. '55 Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Mooney, Jr. '58 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Reel '68 Mr. Justin M. Romani '18

Mr. Samuel S. Rose '11 Mr. Michael C. Rose '13 Mr. Victor Savale Ms. Emily W. Shepard '18 Ms. Christa T. Singer '17 Ms. Carmen M. Singer '19 Mrs. Nancy Smith-Fagan Mr. OJ Solander The Soriano Family Mr. John B. Stassi '59 Mrs. Yolanda Torrecillas Mr. Sal J. Vasquez '52 Mrs. Janet S. Warren Mr. Asa Whetstone '51

CONTRIBUTIONS WERE MADE IN MEMORY OF… Mr. John A. Albert '65 Mrs. Charlotte Apostolo Mrs. Claudette Azevedo Mrs. Patricia D. Bacher Mr. George W. Badella '50 Ms. Diana S. Bakula Ms. Betty Baumgartner Ms. Jean Beahan Mr. Christopher D. Becker '97 Mr. Kenneth J. Belke '37 Mrs. Stasia Bernardis Mr. Ronald Bettencourt Mr. Robert A. Boemer Mr. Bob Bone Mr. Ronald Bordisso Mr. Bob Boree Mr. Pat Borree Mr. Herman Boswell Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boudier Mr. Bud Bradley Mrs. Marion Breault Ms. Gloria Breech Rev. Martin Brusato '76 Mr. James F. Buckley '73 Mr. Gerald T. Buckley Mr. John Capogreco Mr. Edward L. Carey '46 Mr. James D. Carter Mrs. Annetta Caselli Mrs. Helen Charleboix Mr. James L. Cherry Mrs. Bessie Chesson Mr. Sam Chilelli Mrs. Josephine Ann Chilelli Rev. Msgr. James F. Church '50 Mrs. Claire Clark Ms. Susan Clay

Mr. Thomas D. Colby '53 Br. Bertram Coleman, FSC Mr. Tim P. Corcoran '74 Mr. John J. Costa Mr. William J. Creeggan '41 Mr. James D. Cross Mr. Ralph Cummings Mrs. Lucinda A. Cunha Mr. Richard Cunha Mr. Robert F. Da Rosa Mr. Kent Davis '79 Mr. Donald Deary Mr. Gomez J. Delgado '55 Mr. Michael J. Desmond '56 Mr. Anthony J. Di Bono Mr. Robert Donaldson Dr. John H. Doval '31 Mrs. Betty Downey Mr. Raymond E. Drouin '56 Mr. Del Du Frene Mr. George Dunn Mr. Robert B. Dwyer '56 Mr. Bob Ehrhart Mr. Julian Elorduy, Jr. Mr. James Evenson Ms. Cynthia Falkenstein Mr. Erick S. Feil Mr. Ronald A. Fernandes '56 Mrs. Martha Fippin '58 Mr. William Fitzgerald Mrs. Joanne O. Foulk Mrs. Dorothy Franzoia Mrs. Roberta Frayne Mrs. Dolores Gabrielli Mr. Larry Garcia Mrs. Kathryn L. Gibson-Sanders Ms. Rosemary Glennon

Mrs. Patricia Gliebe Mr. Douglas W. Golsong '75 Ms. Jennifer Gonzales Mr. Charles Gonzalves Mr. Thomas G. Goursolle Ms. Millie Gracey Mr. Jason Grady '92 Dr. Sabra Granovsky Mr. Arnold Gregorio Sr. Ma. del Refugio Gutierrez Ponce Ms. Alice Guttehen Ms. Gail Ann Hall Mr. Eddie Hamel Mrs. Patricia A. Henderson Mr. Andy Hendrickx Mr. Ronald Henry Mr. Jack F. Higdon Mr. James P. Hoefling '52 Mr. Nicholas Holquin Mr. Lawrence Holscher Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hoover Ms. Martha R. Imwalle Mr. Donald Ingoglia '57 Ms. Lucille Irish Ms. Nora Jesus Mr. Bud Johnson Mrs. Susie K. Jones Mr. Eddie Juarez Mrs. Linda L. Kaeser Mrs. Penny Kastanis Br. Philip Keavney, FSC Mr. Carl Keller Mr. Dean R. Ketterling '76 Mr. Ronald A. King '46 Mrs. Marcia Kolb Mr. Joseph C. Krieg '14 Ms. Barbra Kuyper

Mr. Michael D. Kuzmich Mrs. Barbara W. Lagomarsino Ms. Julie Lamberson Mrs. Esther M. Larrea Mr. Joseph J. Lastufka '52 Mr. Richard W. Latteri '73 Mr. John V. Lawrence Mrs. Tressa Patricia Leoni Mr. James R. Lewis Mr. Ronald Limeberger '53 Mrs. Mary Limeberger Mrs. Julia Locke Mr. John B. Loewen Mrs. Margaret Lopez Mr. Duke Loughmiller Mr. Norman J. Lucas, II '68 Ronald G. MacKenzie Mrs. Sheila Mappin Arthur Mr. Jack F. Matranga Ms. Lesley McAllister Mrs. Alice McCargo Mr. Fred R. McGrew Jr. Mr. Thomas McKinnon Sr. Jane McKirchy, IBVM Mr. Michael McKittrick Mr. James M. McNamara '47 Mrs. Jane Merkel Mr. Robert E. Meyers Mrs. Virginia Ann Denison Miller Mrs. Irene Mogg Mr. Peter M. Mooney '60 Ms. Alice Morais Mr. Grant Morgan Mr. George Morros Mrs. Marlene Mullin Mr. Edward J. Murarik Mr. Merle Neel

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CONTRIBUTIONS WERE MADE IN MEMORY OF… Dr. Kenneth J. O'Brien Mr. Pat O'Brien Fr. Patrick O'Connor Mr. Todd G. Orgen Mr. Kyle E. Owensby '00 Mr. Bruce I. Pekari Ms. Lorraine L. Pekari Mr. Richard L. Pelfanio '54 Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Perri Mr. Nicholas Piacentini, Sr. Mr. Donald G. Pimentel '79 Mr. Guillermo Pino Mrs. Eileen Pope '62 Fr. Troy Powers Mr. Pratab Ms. Barbara Putnam Mr. Jose Ramirez Mr. Peter Ratermann '62 Mr. Raymond L. Reel '62

Mrs. Ingrid Renken Mr. William Rietdorf Mr. Jesse Rodriquez Mr. Gene Sackett Mr. Manuel Saenz Br. Luke Salm, FSC Mr. Genero Sanchez Mrs. Norma Scharosch Mr. David L. Schiele '56 Mrs. Frances Sexton Mr. Brett Shaad Mr. John M. Sharp '62 Mr. David A. Sherman Mr. John M. Silva '98 Mr. George Silvers '49 Dr. Francis J. Silvey, III '54 Mr. Brian G. Smiley Mr. Max Smith J.J. Smith

Mr. Anthony J. Smolich '41 Mrs. Marcella E. Smolich Mr. Francis M. Smolich Mr. Thomas Marshall Dick Sperbeck Mr. Bill Spermich Mr. John A. Stassi, Sr. '40 Mr. John B. Stassi '59 Mr. Gus Stathos Ms. Carolyn Steiger Mr. Joe C. Stowe '56 Mr. Daniel J. Sullivan Mr. Dan Sullivan Mr. Jon A. Sweeny '55 Ms. Cathy Sweeny Ms. Ann Sweeny Mr. Bill Sweeny Mr. Patrick L. Taormina '00 Mr. Patrick R. Tatro '72 Ms. Ann Carol G. Testa

Mrs. Bernadine Thayer Mr. Thomas Torchia Mr. John E. Tucker '48 Mr. Richard Vasquez Mr. Richard P. Walsh Dr. Vernon Walton Mr. Ben Warmerdam Mrs. Trees Warmerdam Mr. Timothy Watters '80 Mr. Robert Jacob Weisenmiller Mr. James A. Welch '62 Ms. Breanna F. White Mr. James W. Winchell '51 Mr. Joshua Wingert Mr. John Yeargin Mrs. Juanita L. York Mr. Thomas J. Zanze '59 Mr. Louis A. Zehnder

SCHOLARSHIP FUND CONTRIBUTIONS Adon and Yolanda Panattoni Endowed Scholarship Fund Bill and Eleanor Keating Endowed Scholarship Br. David Brennan, FSC Program for Tuition Assistance Christian Brothers Endowed Scholarship Fund Christopher Becker Endowed Scholarship Fund Corti Pina Endowed Scholarship Fund Desmond Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Francis J. Silvey '54 Endowed Scholarship Fund James D Mosman Memorial Endowed Fund Jason Grady Memorial Scholarship Fund John '77 and Judy Donovan Endowed Scholarship Fund John B. Stassi '59 Endowed Scholarship Fund John M. Silva '98 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Jolee & Kevin Murray Endowed Scholarship Fund Joseph & Lorraine Valine Endowed Scholarship Fund

“We receive more than education here. We receive a community.” We are filled with gratitude for our generous donors who choose to support Christian Brothers High School. Because of each of you, CB leads the region in providing need-based tuition assistance, providing $2.7 million to 423 young women and men. Each gift helps students, like Evi, receive an excellent education and become part of a loving and supportive community — both of which are lifelong gifts. Thank you! 36 CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CONNECTION

Joseph J. Kirrene Endowed Scholarship Fund Leo & Gayle Granucci Endowed Scholarship Fund Mahaney Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Mary C. Waterbury Endowed Scholarship Fund Mike & Jim Roberts Endowed Scholarship Fund Msgr. James F. Church '50 Endowed Scholarship Fund Murphy Family Scholarship Fund Pete & Lottie Mikacich, Jerry and Mary Lou Endowed Scholarship Fund Rebecca Baumann and Dan McVeigh Endowed Scholarship Fund Roger L. Slakey Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Ron Limeberger Endowed Fund Ronald G. MacKenzie Memorial Scholarship Fund Splinter Family Endowed Scholarship Fund William F. & Lena Bordisso Endowed Scholarship Fund Wm. M. Francis Pipe Trades Endowed Scholarship

Evdokia "Evi" Tsiopos '19, Scholarship Recipient Evi attends CB with the help of tuition assistance provided by alumni, donors and friends. • Senior Class President • Wants to pursue a career in Visual Arts • Hobbies include film photography • Favorite teacher is Mr. Danny Delgado ’79

“At CB, I’ve learned to set high goals and to work toward them, but most of all, to believe in myself. If I can do it, I know other students can too. Thank you for making CB a reality for me and other students like me!” EVDOKIA “EVI” TSIOPOS ’19


2017-2018 ANNUAL REPORT

Christian Brothers High School Statement of Financial Activities For the Year Ended June 30, 2018 TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED

UNRESTRICTED

PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED

TOTAL

REVENUES & SUPPORT Tuition & Fees Tuition Assistance

$ 16,248,401

$

$

$ 16,248,401

(2,743,103)

(2,743,103)

Advancement Activities

768,873

Auxiliary Income, Net

114,464

Investment & Other Income

112,174

826,735

938,909

Net Assets Released From Restriction

1,635,523

(1,635,523)

Total Revenues & Support

16,136,332

1,215,895

2,024,683

824,397

3,617,953 114,464

824,397

18,176,624

EXPENSES Instruction & Student Programs

10,729,074

10,729,074

General & Administrative

3,303,547

3,303,547

Facilities maintenance

1,059,409

1,059,409

510,051

510,051

Fundraising expenses Total Expenses

15,602,081

15,602,081

Change in Net Assets

534,251

1,215,895

824,397

2,574,543

Net Assets, Beginning

26,009,438

7,045,705

5,390,482

38,445,625

$ 26,543,689

$ 8,261,600

$ 6,214,879

$ 41,020,168

Net Assets, Ending

$12

$11

$10

IN MILLIONS

Christian Brothers leads the region in providing need-based tuition assistance. The school provided $2.7 million to 423 students in the 2017–18 school year.

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31st Annual

It’s one of the biggest and most-anticipated events of the year at Christian Brothers High School — the annual Wine, Beer & Food Extravaganza.

Cantaliers, featuring Andrew Grajeda ’12 on the drums, brought classic and cool sounds with their return to the wine lawn stage. Foreverland, the electrifying 14-piece tribute band to Michael Jackson, performed on the beer garden stage on Koppes Plaza, resulting in nonstop dancing and high energy.

Each September, alumni, friends and families arrive at the CB campus to enjoy an evening of Sacramento’s finest food, libations and entertainment. Guests enjoyed samples from 36 breweries, 37 wineries and 29 eateries. The evening’s festivities raised a record-breaking $170,000 to support the CB tuition assistance program. A big thank you to Mike Genovese, Lon Burford ‘73 and Kelly Brothers of Genovese Burford & Brothers for being the event’s Presenting Sponsor.

“The level of support for our students from the community is astonishing. This event greatly impacts our tuition assistance program in supporting students who might otherwise not be able to attend CB,” says CB President Lorcan Barnes. “Without the behind the scenes work put in by event chair Miamah Reed ’05, Nancy Smith-Fagan, director of advancement, Yolanda Torrecillas, director of alumni giving, and a hardworking group of alumni, volunteers and vendors, this event would not have been possible.”

Private Reserve Tasting attendees received the VIP treatment and enjoyed an exclusive selection of food and drinks an hour before the main event. A live performance by singer, songwriter and blues guitarist, Kyle Tuttle ’05, set the mood and got the party started on the Mary Lawn. There were familiar faces behind the bar as Paul Havey ’81, Tomas Capogreco ’86, Ken Bennett ’74 and Jill Bennett served as guest bartenders. Thank you to WHA and Rex Moore for sponsoring a fun VIP pre-party. The ever-so-popular Cigar Bar, sponsored by Rick Pires ‘79, Carpenters Union, and the class of 1979, had a variety of quality cigars, tasty bourbon milkshakes and delicious pork sliders served up by Joe Frasca and the team from Joe’s Meats. The

Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, Genovese Burford & Brothers, for their continued, generous support of the event as well as all of our sponsors. Thank you to the classes of 1970, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1989 and 1996, the La Salle Club and the Athletic Department for hosting food and drink tables. Thank you to the IT Department for their behind the scenes work on the automated ticketing process. And of course, thanks to Neumann Enterprises and LYFT for their support and assistance in ensuring that revelers had a safe ride home. Be sure to not miss next year’s Wine, Beer & Food Extravaganza on Friday, September 6, 2019.

“The level of support for our students from the community is astonishing. This event greatly impacts our tuition assistance program in supporting students who might otherwise not be able to attend CB.” LORCAN BARNES, CB PRESIDENT

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Event Chair • Miamah Reed ’05

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SPONSORS Presenting Sponsor • Genovese Burford & Brothers

Wine Lawn & Beer Garden Sponsors • The Nunan Family • Desmond, Nolan, Livaich & Cunningham

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Private Reserve Sponsors

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• Western Health Advantage

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• Rex Moore

Cigar Bar Sponsor • Rick Pires ’79 and the Class of ’79

Glass Sponsors • Mel Rapton Honda • El Dorado Savings Bank • McDonald Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning

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• OK Tire • Encompass Print Management Company

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• Royal Electric • Sjoberg Evashenk Consulting Inc. • Schetter Electric Inc. • Inter-Cal Real Estate/Loehmann’s Plaza

Patrons • Best Best & Krieger • BOS Sheet Metal Inc.

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Additional support from: • Msgr. Albert O’Connor • Fr. William Kinane • W.F. Gormley & Sons • CBHS Board of Trustees

With in-kind support from: • Carpenters Union Local 586 • MonkeyGlue Lighting Co.

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• Michael & Carie Fritsche • American River Provisions • Johnny Wynn • 100+ volunteers led by Becky Woods ’02

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18. Ken ‘74 & Jill Bennett, Tomas Capogreco ’86

2. Martha Curry ’06

19. Tommy Palombi, Marissa Montoya ’05

3. Kathleen & Gearoid O’Neill

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4. Michael & Marianne Evashenk, Monica & Mark LaBriola

20. Rafael Burgos Jr., Michael Williams

5. Margurite & Kevin Olson, Jayson Shaw & Tracey Freeman-Shaw ’03, Tracy Freeman, Earl Halderman

22. Jeff & Cyndy LaFitte, Roger Mendis, Caron Houston

6. Paul ‘86 & Colleen Mendoza

24. John Wagstaff ’14, Hayden Jones ’14, Tom Jones

21. David & Peggy Walrath

23. Kerry & David Youker

7. James Oki, Lynn Thull, Br. George Van Grieken, FSC, Robert Van Grieken, Allen Sturm

25. Kathleen & Brent Fitzpatrick 26. Duke & Linda Walton, Daniel Walton ’15

8. Laura & Chet Hewitt, Darryl & Kelli Hutchinson

27. Gabi Michel ‘10, Taylor Shahbazian ‘10

9. Fr. Brian Atienza, Fr. William Kinane, Msgr. Albert O’Connor

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28. Steve Sims, Dave Sunada

10. Rebecca Graham, Ernesto Quinto ’80, Mona ‘60 & Jack Witry

29. Dale & Lori Milton

11. Veronica & Andy Berg, Brock ‘85 & Amy Littlejohn

31. The Cantaliers

12. Bill Roach, Shirley Liu, Justin Scripps, Jamie Reamer, Chris Vargas, Rossana & Curtis Rapton, Sofia Reamer

33. Amanda Warren, David Perez

13. Maddy Walsh ’12, Megan Carmazzi ’11, Annamarie Carmazzi ’15

35. Rodd & Karla Geach, David Rubio

14. Jordan Karnofsky ’03, Kenny Kirrene ’78, Brian Maita ’01

37. Cynthia Grajeda, Emily McDougall

30. Julie Gallardo, Al Gallardo

32. Mark Cicuzza, Adrianna Afong

34. Marites Carnes, Michael Santos

36. Michael & Sylvia Olds

38. Ray & Beth Iaea, Laurie & Paul Dorris, Drew & Lisa Hummel

15. Lorcan Barnes, Kelly Brothers, Nancy Smith-Fagan, Nathan Torinus

39. Steve Lewis, John Donnelly

16. Darcie Hutcheson, Christy Stutzman, Michelle Sobelman, Ellie Earley, Colleen Earley

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17. Carrie Bray, Carol Ratliff

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Baseball Hall of Fame Dinner Knocks It Out of the Park The La Salle Club’s 64th annual Sacramento Area Baseball Hall of Fame dinner was certainly a “grand slam” with a sellout crowd of more than 380 baseball fans filling the Jack Witry Field House. Each year, the La Salle Club hosts the dinner to celebrate the rich history and achievements of the Sacramento region’s baseball community. This annual event holds strong traditions as generations of baseball enthusiasts gather at Christian Brothers High School to honor former players, scouts, managers, coaches, umpires, and writers who have excelled in the game of baseball and contribute to the community. Likely the most prestigious group of inductees in event history, the Class of 2018 is comprised of:

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3. Brandon James, Derrek Lee

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4. Kirk Murphy ‘77, Dusty Baker, Doug Carson ‘65

10. Steve Green, Leon Lee

5. Kirk Murphy ‘77, Nick Johnson, Doug Carson ‘65

12. Glen Gollnick, John Donovan ‘77, Chris Dahlverg

6. Riley Wong ‘16 and Sean Wong

13. Greg Vaughn, Maria Giorgi

11. Guy Anderson, Kirk Murphy ‘77

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• Guy Anderson

• Larry Bowa

• Mark McDermott

• Dan Argee

• Cal Boyes

• Greg Vaughn

• Dusty Baker

• Derrek Lee

• Scott Boras

• Nick Johnson

Among them are World Series winners, Major League Baseball Managers of the Year, MLB All-Stars, a 45-season high school coach, a writer, the ascribed “father” of Sacramento State baseball and the man Forbes magazine named the Most Powerful Sports Agent in the World. The event was originally inspired during the World War II era to honor former Bush League players and continued in various forms for many years. The first official La Salle Club-hosted dinner at Christian Brothers was held in 1952, and the Hall of Fame was created the following year to showcase the talent and contributions that the region has made to the game of baseball. For more information on this year’s honorees, please visit their website at thelasalleclub.com. The La Salle Club was established in 1939 to raise money for sports teams and equipment at the school. That tradition continues today as proceeds from the dinner benefit CB’s athletic programs.


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CB Honors 1981 Football Team The Christian Brothers 1981 championship-winning football team donned their throwback jerseys for a reunion as they were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame at halftime of the CB vs. Capital Christian game on September 15.

Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame During halftime at Holy Bowl on September 8, professional football player, Asante Cleveland ’10, was inducted into the Great American Rivalry Series Hall of Fame. Receiving the award in his honor were his parents, Allen and Javetta Cleveland. Chace Gallup ’19 was also honored at the game as the senior football letterman with the highest GPA.

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CLASS OF 1963 REUNION The Bishop Armstrong Class of 1963 celebrated its 55-year reunion on September 29 at Christian Brothers High School.

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CLASS OF 1983 REUNION The Class of 1983 celebrated its 35-year reunion on September 15 at Elkhorn Country Saloon.

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CLASS OF 2008 REUNION The Class of 2008 celebrated its 10-year reunion on September 15 at William Land Park.

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In Memoriam Mr. John Albert ‘65 Mr. Dale L. Arend, USAF (Ret.) ‘67 Mr. Henry “Joe” Barajas ‘61 Mr. Kenneth J. Belke ‘37 Mr. Melvin J. Bolen ‘54 Mr. Tim P. Corcoran ‘74 Mr. Kent Davis ‘79 Mr. Gomez J. Delgado ‘55 Mr. Raymond E. Drouin ‘56 Dr. Richard M. Escajeda, M.D. ‘47 Mr. John J. Facino, Sr. ‘54 Mr. John Fletcher ’67 Mr. Douglas W. Golsong ‘75 Mr. Gary Gray ‘61 Mr. Jason R. Luper ‘88 Mr. Roland K. Martin, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Patrick J. O’Brien Mr. Richard L. Pelfanio ‘54 Mrs. Eileen F. Pope ‘62

The Brother Bertram Society was founded in 1994 to honor Brother Bertram Coleman, FSC. The society includes persons and couples who have made provisions for Christian Brothers High School in their estate plans. In his 70 years of service to the District of San Francisco, Br. Bertram served as a teacher, high school prefect, vice principal, athletic director and coach, director of student Brothers at St. Mary’s College, principal of Christian Brothers and Cathedral high schools, Brother Visitor, development director, alumni director, Director General of Mont La Salle and district archivist. He was a passionate advocate of Lasallian Catholic education and ardently committed to educating the poor. The Brother Bertram Society speaks to the importance of estate planning to the future of Christian Brothers High School. If you have included CBHS in your estate plans, or if you would like information about the Brother Bertram Society, please contact Nancy Smith-Fagan, director of advancement, at (916) 733–3608.

Mr. Lou Porta ‘61 Mr. David L. Schiele ‘56 Mr. Karl J. Schnetz ‘52 Mrs. Diane Slavich ‘58 Ms. Patricia Smisek ‘58 Mr. John E. Tucker ’48 Ms. Hayley E. Yeager ‘09 Mr. Carlton J. Yuke ‘57

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Where are They Now? Please contact Joy Prevost, database manager, if you know addresses or phone numbers for any of the listed individuals. Joy can be reached at (916) 733–3633 or jprevost@cbhs-sacramento.org.

CLASS OF ‘44 Frederick Inderkum '44 Ted Morebeck '44 Frank Pierce '44 Armando Raimundo '44 Dolores Steinbrecher '44

CLASS OF ‘49 Joe Chaves '49 Mario Deleon '49 William Henderson '49 Robert Morataya '49 Jack Murphy '49 Vic Parino '49 Erle Randolph '49 Wayne Taylor '49 Felix Zerba '49

Alumni News & Notes Dr. John R. Mosby ’90 was named President of Highline College (Des Moines, WA), becoming the college’s 7th president. He has more than 23 years of higher education experience and most recently served as vice president for student services at Mission College in Santa Clara, CA before joining Highline College.

Local guitarist Ross Hammond ’95 will be playing a solo concert at the new Sofia Tsakopoulos Center for the Arts on Saturday, December 1. His latest album release, “Riding Dragons in Winter,” is dedicated to his wife, Alecia Sanchez ’96 and their daughter. The album artwork was created by Bobby Podesta ’94.

CLASS OF ‘54 Richard Breverly '54 Rick Dwyer '54 Mike Eberhard '54 Miguel Infiesto '54 Robert Jones '54 Jim Mac Chivelli '54 Stan Machado '54 Leo May '54 John Nagle '54 Jerrold Sullivan '54

CLASS OF ‘59 Jesse Aguayo '59 Richard Alvarez '59 Charlie Arana '59 Frank Armstrong '59 Renee Bartus '59 Bonnie Bass '59 Anthony Basurto '59 Tom Biesheval '59 Michael Black '59 Carolyn Bowden '59 Linda Burke '59 David Burns '59 Judy Byers '59 Mary Lou Campbell '59 Virginia Cerda '59 Joann Chastain '59 Shirley Clark '59 Dewey Cooper '59 Joe Cortez '59 Sandy Curtin '59

Elizabeth (Padilla) Detwiler ’96, a family literacy teacher for Oakland Adult and Career Education at Coliseum College Prep Academy, received the 2018 Toyota National Center for Families Learning Teacher of the Year Award and a $20,000 grant for her program. She was surprised during class by the Oakland Unified School District Superintendent, a video crew, her parents and her two children. Her husband, Steven Detwiler ’95, was in attendance via Facetime as he was overseas.

Photo credits: Oakland Unified School District

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Patrick Harbison ’98, owner of Patrick Harbison Public Relations, was awarded the first-ever “Influential Agency of the Year” award at the Public Relations Society of America California Capital Chapter Influence Awards celebration in October. He was also selected by Sacramento News & Review readers and tied for the No. 2 spot for “Best Reason to Watch Local TV.” Pictured are Charles Lawlor ‘04 and Patrick Harbison ’98.

Hannah O'Hearn ’11 is a second grade teacher at James Cowan Fundamental Elementary School in Sacramento and is pursuing a master’s degree in educational leadership and policy studies with an administrator credential.

Katie Hunt ’12 is lead bass and one of the lead vocalists of the Sacramento-based pop/rock band, A Summer Alive. They have performed at local venues, including on set at Good Day Sacramento. They recently released a music video for their latest single, “Keep On Moving,” which is available to stream and download on all major music streaming services. Hunt also has her own graphic design and photography business called Katherine Ryan Photography & Design.


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Megan O'Hearn ’14 graduated from Cal Poly, San Luis

Eilleen Le ’12 returned to Christian Brothers this past August as the Assistant Director of Communications.

Kacie Louie ’12 earned her master’s degree in emergency management and homeland security from Arizona State University in May 2018. Since then, she has been working her dream job as a forensic investigator for the Sacramento Police Department. She was recently interviewed by local media outlets to talk about her CSI work as part of National Forensic Science Week.

Upon graduating from UC Santa Barbara last June, Sabrina Hunt ’14 pursued a career in sustainable fashion and coincidentally joined forces with Eric Liddle ’08 at the Tahoe-based clothing brand, Deso Supply Co. Focused on sustainability and fair labor, Deso creates unique outdoor garments that are 100% made in California. As director of marketing and marketing intern, Liddle and Hunt work together to create campaigns, cultivate partnerships and expand the media presence of this Northern California up-and-coming sustainable clothing brand. Check out their work at www.desosupply.com

Obispo this past June and is currently the Assistant Director of Marketing and E-Communications for University of the Pacific’s admissions department.

Madeline MacLeod ’14 graduated from Stanford University in June 2018 with bachelor’s degrees in international relations and French. After graduation, she departed to London to attend a Stanford seminar on WWI and continued her travels throughout Europe. She recently accepted a job with Axon in Scottsdale, AZ and is excited to be part of their Leadership Development Program.

Rosalie De Oliveria '59 Donna Delgado '59 Carole Depp '59 Rodney Downs '59 Gail Draper '59 Edward Feusi '59 Bart Furtdao '59 Paula Galvez-Fox '59 Geraldine Goncalves '59 Kalleen Hall '59 Carole Hardesty '59 Mary Hitchcock '59 Mary Hunter '59 Elliot James '59 Joann Khoobyarian '59 Jean Labarry '59 George Lenes '59 Ingrid Leremy '59 Mary Lewis '59 Mary Lozano '59 Anna Luison '59 Pat Lundborg '59 Brooke Morgan '59 Mary Lou Nunez '59 Alicia Perez '59 Stanley Pimentel '59 Fernando Puccinelli '59 Evelyn Rapoza '59 Lucille Robertson '59 George Rust '59 Susan Schwab '59 Linda Smith '59 Marcella Statt '59 Peggy Storm '59 Judy Thalken '59 Richard Trujillo '59 Stephen Urrutia '59 Joseph Vicuna '59 Phyllis Whitney '59 Rosalie Williams '59 Sharon Wilmoth '59

John “Jack” O’Hearn ’18

CLASS OF ‘64

accepted his appointment to the United States Naval Academy from Blue and Gold Officer, George Davis, at the Senior Family Liturgy in May 2018. After graduation, he successfully completed his Plebe Summer training program and has started his academic year at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.

Olga Aguirre '64 Margaret Albertson '64 Eugene Anderson '64 Rita Barnes '64 Thomas Bartalini '64 Robert Barton '64 Michael Beile '64 Susan Berg '64 Chriss Blandin '64 Nan Boone '64 Timothy Boyer '64 Stephanie Brathovde '64 Marta Bret '64 Inez Brida '64 Michael Brown '64 Robert Brunstetter '64 Michael Bryte '64 William Burke '64

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Patrick Byrne '64 Mary Campasano '64 Gloria Canales '64 Patricia Carlson '64 Robert Carney '64 Helen Carreker '64 Margaret Carrick '64 Robert Carter '64 Miriam Cervetti '64 Lillieanne Chase '64 Farol Christensen '64 Pauline Codr '64 Sally Cook '64 Jay Coy '64 Joseph Coy '64 Francis Dadoub '64 Michael Delgado '64 Sally Dickson '64 Mary Domyancic '64 Evangeline Dunn '64 Ronald Edwards '64 Brian Elizondo '64 Ricardo Eugenio '64 Robert Fields '64 Arthur Fontaine '64 John Frisch '64 Frances Gallagher '64 Jesse Garcia '64 Marcella Gaskill '64 Jean Grover '64 Georgann Guinness '64 Marjorie Hagen '64 Suzanne Hall '64 Gary Hammock '64 Michael Hayes '64 Marilee Heldt '64 Toni Hernandez '64 Dennis Hoffman '64 William Hood '64 Susan Howe '64 Joanne Hudgens '64 Patricia Irving '64 Paula Jackson '64 Marirose Jelicich '64 William Johnson '64 Frank Johnson '64 Thomas Jumper '64 Kevin Kade '64 John Kassis '64 William Krug '64 Theresa Larrabee '64 Michael Laurendeau '64 Sondra Laymon '64 James Leger '64 Ginny Leonard '64 Thomas Letrich '64 William Liebel '64 James Lockart '64 Marco LoVerso '64 James Maczke '64 Patrick Maguire '64

Weddings & Engagements Maile Bauer ’06 and Nathaniel Reason were married on July 6, 2018 in Foresthill, CA. The pair met while working for the Sacramento Police Department where she is a forensic investigator in the Crime Scene Investigation Unit and he is a police officer on the Gang Enforcement Team in South Sacramento. Maile’s sister, Khazei Bauer ’06, served as the maid of honor. Her mother, Gloria Bauer, has worked at CB for 17 years as an administrative assistant.

Peter Iliff ’09 married Ellese Dias on October 14, 2017 in Crockett, CA. In attendance were many CB alumni, including Nate Patterson ’08, Kyle Patterson ’09, Kenny Brandt ’09, Derek Wood ’09, Devin Wallner ’11, brother Christopher Iliff ’11, Megan Carmazzi ’11, Johnathan Ross ’09, Ben Herrera ’09, Nick Mosley ’09, Jordan Swanson ’09, Carly Haw ’09, Josh Tucker ’09, Nolan Wallner ’09, Matthew McCarthy ’09, and Conner Penfold ’09. The couple currently resides in Sacramento.

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Daniel Poarch ’12 married Sahmed Aceves on October 7, 2017 at St. Peter’s Church in Dixon, CA, where they first met. In the wedding party was fellow CB alum, Nick Hanson ’12 . Daniel graduated from the Fire Academy in December 2014 and worked as a volunteer firefighter and swift water rescue technician for Winters Fire Department. He is currently an emergency medical technician at American Medical Response for the Contra Costa County. Sahmed works at St. Francis High School in the campus ministry department. The couple resides in a small cottage in Dixon and is looking forward to their next big adventure of buying their first home.


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Where are They Now? Gregory Maher '64 Michael Maloney '64 Dennis Martinez '64 Susan Martino '64 Maureen McCrandell '64 Betty McFerren '64 Clarence Mercer '64 Penny Nicoll '64 Norbert Pacheco '64 Rita Pengilly '64 Richard Puliz '64 John Raleigh '64 Patricia Ray-Rogers '64 Gerald Regalia '64 Jon Ritter '64 Joseph Rogaski '64 Linda Rolison '64 Gerard Rose '64 Joanne Saucedo '64 Thomas Schaefer '64 Judith Shumaker '64 Kenneth Silva '64 Jean Simmons '64 Norma Sinn '64 Sue Sins '64 Roger Smith '64 Ronald Stone '64 Robert Tacosa '64 Robert Tancreto '64 George Theisen '64 Diana Thielen '64 Renee Toirac '64 Michael Trainor '64 Yvette Tucker '64 Susan Vajna-Call '64 Leroy Vaughn '64 Mary Weinstein '64 Betty Wilke '64 Karen Zellmer '64

CLASS OF ‘69 Jim Aiello '69 Victor Almarez '69 Ron Aurich '69 Tom Bagley '69 Edward Brown '69 Paul Brunstetter '69 Robert Carr '69 Gary Cascio '69 Michael Craig '69 Douglas Demers '69 Paul Dillon '69 Greg Diricco '69 Peter Doval '69

Lawrence Dowdin '69 James Estrada '69 Joseph Fettig '69 Jesus Gallarzo '69 John Gately '69 Umberto Ghidotti '69 Roy Gonzalez '69 Ron Guerrero '69 Elizabeth Guitierrez '69 Mathew Haag '69 Craig Hart '69 Takamasa Kawase '69 Michael Keating '69 John Linehan '69 Juilan Lopez '69 Arlindo Machado '69 Margaret Machedo '69 Joe Martin '69 Robert McClure '69 Tim McGinness '69 Graig McKenzie '69 Everett McMillan '69 Don Miller '69 Mary Munden '69 Craig Pelusi '69 Carlos Perez '69 Pat Querin '69 Clairborne Ragster '69 Robert Sickels '69 Dennis Silva '69 Robert W. Silva '69 Mike Smith '69 Harold Walentiny '69 Doug Weiser '69 Kenneth Welsh '69 Kathleen Williams '69

CLASS OF ‘74 Bill Alston '74 Rich Atchley '74 Jeff Bagley '74 Pete Beloberk '74 Dan Bernedo '74 Bob Bingham '74 Joe Carson '74 Vincent D'Angelo '74 Frank Dipinto '74 Chris Donnelly '74 Matt Duyanovich '74 Alfred Entizne '74 Lou Gansmann '74 Dennis Gauthier '74 Daniel Gonzales '74 Tim Gorman '74

Paul Gregovich '74 Frank Harrison '74 Charles Holtz '74 Tim Intfen '74 Bruce Jenkins '74 Fernando Jimenez '74 Michael Johnson '74 Rich Jungwirth '74 John Kiley '74 Phil Larrea '74 Tracey Lucas '74 Chris Marxen '74 Eladio Montoya '74 Jimmy Pesce '74 Ragster Ra '74 Eason Ramson '74 Mark Rhoades '74 Jaime Sandoval '74 Lori Santiago '74 Tom Santistevan '74 Kurt Schirmer '74 Keith Smith '74 Terry Spieth '74 Mark Stults '74 Joe Swartz '74 Karen Van Paris '74 Scott Wilson '74 Mark Winterhalder '74 CLASS OF ‘79 Mark Agosta '79 Paul Azevedo '79 Lynsie Bahlhorn-Liverett '79 Tod Bannister '79 Charles Baumeister '79 Ken Berberich '79 Laura Bird '79 James Carmazzi '79 Kevin Cooling '79 Rick Costa '79 Dale Davenport '79 Christopher Davis '79 Michelle Di Pinto '79 Gerado Dominguez '79 William Donovan '79 Louis Erickson '79 Alfred Facino '79 Gerry Fairley '79 Carlos Falero '79 Richard Folkers '79 Joseph Garrido '79 Tony Ghidotti '79 Anita Giordano '79 Gary Gomes '79

Ernest Gonzalez '79 John Gorman '79 Rosemary Guillen '79 James Hale '79 Jo Hall '79 Jay Hoffart '79 James Ivanovich '79 Mark Johnson '79 Mark Laurel '79 Kelly Lee '79 Patrick Linggi '79 Frank Lopez '79 Angela Martin '79 Craig Martinez '79 John McCandless '79 Scott McPoil '79 Raymond Menchaca '79 Rolando Montemayor '79 Robert Montoya '79 Judy Nalangan '79 Nathaniel Nettles '79 Mike Neumann '79 Norman Neumann '79 Sara Neves '79 Valerie Orosco '79 Chris O'Sullivan '79 John Palmer '79 Larry Parsons '79 Steven Pierce '79 Mark Port '79 Francis Roddy '79 Anne Rose '79 Harry Schaedler '79 Barry Scott '79 Willie Scruggs '79 Kimberlee Seney '79 Paul Simoni '79 Michael Smelosky '79 Chris Turner '79 Tony Warmuth '79

CLASS OF ‘84 Philip Azevedo '84 Elizabeth Barga '84 Kenneth Barnaby '84 Stephen Barros '84 Kim Bell '84 Steve Burkholder '84 Jason Chu '84 Michael Clark '84 Ruben Colmenarez '84 Rick Crump '84 Glorianne Cuevas '84 David Davis '84

Darren De Anda '84 Scott Delgado '84 Phillip Diaz '84 Christopher Enjalran '84 Joseph Escajeda '84 Jay Fairley '84 Robert Gallegos '84 Patricia Garcia '84 Bart Godinez '84 Beatriz Gonzalez '84 Craig Haarmeyer '84 Robert Harbaugh '84 Brian Hensley '84 Kenneth Hensley '84 Alfonso Hernandez '84 Marlissa Hernandez '84 James Hoffman '84 Glen Hoopes '84 Michael Horrell '84 Marc Jasso '84 Bradley Johnson '84 Sean Jones '84 Bradley Kaaya '84 Eric Kurowski '84 Dave Lanz '84 Elena Limon '84 Henry Lopez '84 Andrew MacVicar '84 Stanley Makris '84 John Manno '84 Rebecca Maucieri '84 John McGee '84 Robert McTygue '84 Mike Meadors '84 Mary Neiger '84 Michelle Partlow '84 Eugene Patrick '84 James Peters '84 Timothy Pettit '84 John Quackenbush '84 Anthony Radovich '84 Robert Reisinger '84 Lori Rodriguez '84 Joan Rose-Lewis '84 William Rowen '84 Kirk Rutkosky '84 Kenneth Shaw '84 Lisa Stanich '84 Scott Stenson '84 Tod Steward '84 Steve Thompson '84 Brandon Turner '84 Anthony Valine '84 Karri Velasquez '84

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Where are They Now? Missy Waegell '84 Elizabeth Weinseimer '84 Sandra Westlake '84 Greg Williams '84

CLASS OF ‘89 Jeanne Abaya '89 Melba Abero '89 Jon Adams '89 Sylvia Aguilar '89 Tillie Aguilera '89 Kelli Anderson '89 Wendy Armour '89 Ricardo Arregun '89 Gerald Beck '89 Robert Benefiel '89 Lourdes Benitez '89 Gerald Botelho '89 Eric Brookey '89 Alycia Brown-Hunter '89 Christopher Bungay '89 Kindra Carlson '89 Cindy Cates '89 Karin Ceaglio-Wescom '89 Eric Clausen '89 Christopher Correa '89 Kurt Costa '89 Dennette Dakis '89 Anna Marie De La Cruz '89 Mark de Vere White '89 Robert Demianew '89 Eric Dunn '89 Ericka Emery '89 Jerome Encinas '89 William Fallon '89 Brian Folena '89 Dawn Goff '89 Debbie Gonzalez '89 Dennis Gutierrez '89 Sean Gutierrez '89 Sherard Houston '89 Michael Hyatt '89 Stephen Janke '89 Kenneth Johnson '89 Wil Jorae '89 Johnathan Kelley '89 Christopher Kiernan '89 Robert King '89 Norm Leong '89 John Lewin '89 Laurence LoBue '89 Peter Logsdon '89 Charles MacDonald '89 Javier Martinez '89

Christopher McGarry '89 Jason Meyers '89 Mark Montemayor '89 Bryn Mosher '89 Christopher Nicholson '89 Michael Petilla '89 Janine Pomales '89 John Puente '89 Brian Ramil '89 David Rose '89 Stephen Russell '89 James Ryder '89 Ron Sharp '89 Eric Smith '89 Joshua Strawn '89 Sean Thomas '89 James Thompson '89 Lisa Marie Torres '89 Scott Tyler '89 James Woody '89

CLASS OF ‘94 Jesse Arndt '94 Sergio Arreguin '94 Brandon Baker '94 Manuel Bonilla '94 Heidi Brooks '94 Tyler Brower '94 Manuel Cabralez '94 Teresita Camarena '94 Christina Campos '94 Vyronica Chan '94 Teran Colen '94 Nicole Cruz-Stout '94 Kermitt Davis '94 Lino Delgadillo '94 Elaine Delim '94 Brian Donnalley '94 Gordon Driggs '94 Shana Fagnani '94 Michael Fierro '94 Juan Garcia '94 Alexander Gilbert '94 Treca Givens '94 Aaron Gomez '94 Stephanie GomezLedford '94 Cari Gutierrez '94 Kimmi Hamilton '94 Patrick Hennessy '94 Monica Hernandez '94 Michael Hopfe '94 Kevin Huntington '94 Jesse Iniguez '94

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Kahlil Jacobs-Fantauzzi '94 Gary Jimenez '94 Shawn Jole '94 Justin Karbowski '94 Carla Kuykendall '94 Anna Kwong '94 Matthew Manning '94 Ryan Martinelli '94 Brandon McNeil '94 Michael McQuiddy '94 Reuben Nazareno '94 Charlotte Nielsen '94 Jorge Pacheco '94 Veronica Perez '94 Christina Pow '94 Joshua Powell '94 Maxine Pozo '94 Fatima Ramirez '94 Tabitha Romano '94 Sean Scully '94 Scott Sickels '94 Alejandro Strawn '94 Robert Stroh '94 Robin Tokuno '94 Trevor Tolk '94 Marco Uriarte '94 Angelo Williams '94 Steven Wong '94

Troy Jones '99 Christy Kazanjian '99 Mia Kirby '99 Tia Koonse '99 Kerry Marshall '99 Pamela Marshall '99 Jennifer Morris '99 Francis Nasca '99 Jennifer Patton '99 Stephen Perez '99 Justin Phipps '99 Andre Radaza '99 Sean Reyna '99 Joseph Roach '99 Katherine Rose '99 Brandon Schumacher '99 Christopher Sherwood '99 Alexander Singleton '99 Derek Slavik '99 Nicole Smith '99 James Snyder '99 Aldo-Ray Soriano '99 Brittney Staropoli '99 Casey Valine '99 Rachael Van Liefde '99 Gregory Vincent '99 Philip Westmark '99 Nathan Williams '99

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Allison Albericci '99 Erin Archer '99 Andrea Artalejo '99 Bryan Ballestero '99 Vincent Barbosa '99 Sara Bryant '99 Catie Chaquica '99 Steven Cuckovich '99 Lindsay DaRosa '99 Kimberly Downs '99 Laura Dubay '99 Christina Frugoli '99 Xochella Garcia '99 Ann Gateley '99 Ronnie Gayton '99 Lauren Gibson '99 Annie Hancock '99 Christian Hiner '99 Todd Hodges '99 Shelvy Huffman '99 Isaac Jay '99 Christina Jimenez '99 Quianna Johnson '99 Trevor Johnson '99

Christina Barbieri '04 Monique Benjamin '04 Taylor Bollinger '04 Lea Boyer '04 Kate Brennan '04 Gabriel Calderon '04 Chad Carroll '04 Elizabeth CollentineCole '04 Emmanuel Cua '04 Haley Ferreter '04 Ashley Finke '04 Nia Freeman '04 Mario Gallegos '04 Evangelina Garcia '04 Ryan Gibson '04 Gregory Gonzalez '04 Leah Heaton '04 Diana Kibunguchy '04 Ashley Lauer '04 Marisa Lowey-Ball '04 Lauren Manning '04 Jeffrey Osborne '04 Christine Pearson '04

Alex Pennington '04 Christopher Peterson '04 Brian Saelee '04 Christopher Sandin '04 Cassandra Schlosser '04 Joseph Smith '04 Vincent Stassi '04 Ashley Stiles '04 Shaun Stinson '04 Clinton Trefethen '04 Jason Tsuchida '04 Jessica Vidaurri '04

CLASS OF ‘09 Delaney Alston '09 Sterling Arterberry '09 Drew Autra '09 Destini Bouldin '09 Rachel Cain '09 Raven Eskridge '09 Kayla Fernandez '09 Connor Foster '09 Erika Hernandez '09 Jessica Irizarry '09 Maxwell Jablonsky '09 Bryan Maretti '09 Denise Miller '09 Megan Padilla '09 Kyle Peterson '09 Jesse Raynak '09 Andrew Riggs '09 Erica Rocco '09 Eli Rymland-Kelly '09 Darren Schell '09 Katherine Shore '09 Josephine Thompson '09 Martin Torres '09 Carly Trelford '09 Steven Voss '09 Zachary Walters '09 Joshua Walters '09


Mark Your Calendars! INSTRUMENTAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT December 7, 2018

LENAEA FESTIVAL PREVIEW February 8, 2019

CB’s talented musicians bring you the sounds of the season. The show begins at 7:00 p.m in the George Cunningham ‘40 Performing Arts Center. Tickets may be purchased on the CB website at cbhs-sacramento.org.

Enjoy a showcase of monologues, songs, scenes, and an original student-written One Act play bound for the Lenaea High School Theatre Festival. The performance will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the George Cunningham ‘40 Performing Arts Center.

OPEN MIC NIGHT

OPEN MIC NIGHT

December 14, 2018

March 1, 2019

Come see CB’s multi-talented performers showcase their skills and talents, presented by our student-run Open Mic Club. The show begins at 7:00 p.m. in the George Cunningham ‘40 Performing Arts Center. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.

The student-run Open Mic Club proudly presents Open Mic Night, featuring CB’s community of multi-talented performers. The show begins at 7:00 p.m. in the George Cunningham ‘40 Performing Arts Center. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door.

PLACEMENT EXAM FOR INCOMING FRESHMEN

CB ANNUAL AUCTION: ONE NIGHT IN CASABLANCA

January 12, 2019

March 16, 2019

Students interested in attending CB in the 2019–20 school year are required to take the Placement Exam on Saturday, January 12, 2019. Online applications are due by January 10, 2019. Please visit the Admissions section of the website at cbhs-sacramento.org or contact the admissions office at (916) 733–3690 for more information.

From hosted cocktails to a live auction, don’t miss this fun annual CB event! Tickets go on sale beginning January 5, 2019. All proceeds benefit tuition assistance, students and programs.

STAY CONNECTED We often hear from alumni that their favorite part of Connection magazine is the Alumni News & Notes section. Email your current contact information and update to Yolanda Torrecillas, director of alumni giving, at ytorrecillas@cbhs-sacramento.org. If you do not have email, please call Yolanda at (916) 733–3608 or send a note to the advancement office.

SPRING PRODUCTION, “THE MARTIAN CHRONICLES” March 29–31 & April 5–7, 2019 CB’s talented actors are out of this world as they take on Ray Bradbury’s masterful piece about colonizing Mars. Performances are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and 2:00 p.m. on Sundays in the George Cunningham ‘40 Performing Arts Center. To purchase tickets, please visit the Ticket Hub on the CB website at cbhs-sacramento.org.

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REUNIONS If your class year ends in a 4 or 9, you are due to have a reunion in 2019. If you are interested in organizing a reunion for your class, the CBHS Alumni Office is here to help. Please contact Yolanda Torecillas, director of alumni giving, at (916) 733–3608 or ytorrecillas@cbhs-sacramento.org. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS CONNECTION 53


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SAVE THE DATE

Christian Brothers High School Dinner & Auction

MARCH 16, 2019 — FEATURING —

Gift Gathering Parties Silent Auction Mobile Bidding Live Auction Cocktails

Dinner Golden Raffle Balloon Pop Jelly Bean Bling Sign-Up Parties

All proceeds benefit tuition assistance, students and programs. Tickets go on sale beginning January 5, 2019

VISIT CBHS-SACRAMENTO.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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Connection Magazine - Fall 2018  
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