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The leadeR

For alumni, family and friends of Covington Latin School

Fall 2014 Issue

2013-2014 aNNual RePORT 21 easT 11th sTReeT • COvINgTON, KY 41011 • 859.291.7044 • covingtonlatin.org


From the headmaster's desk Dear Alumni and Friends, Looking back over my second year as Headmaster brings a great sense of joy and excitement. This mostly comes from the many new friends and supporters I have met since starting here. Latin School is a special institution because there are so many extraordinary individuals that have and continue to do great things for the school. I invite you to look back with us on an incredibly blessed year at Covington Latin School. In this 2013-2014 Annual Report issue, it’s my hope that these pages are more than an informative retrospective, but that they serve as a reflection of just how valuable your support is to the mission and financial stability of Latin School. More than just scholars, we are striving to form leaders. And not just executives and corporate heads, but we seek to form leaders with great minds and hearts. Latin School leaders are individuals who truly inspire trust and love. Latin School leaders are Servants. Your investment in Latin School is driving the success of today’s students. This May, we saw 47 of our Seniors join the ranks of alumni as we celebrated their achievements and encouraged them to continue to apply themselves in the areas of goodness, discipline and knowledge. And in new student enrollment, we welcomed 59 new students for the 2014-2015 school year. In our development efforts, the annual Academic Advancement Fund saw growth of over 25% percent. In fact, this past fiscal year alone, we saw over 300 donors stepping up their financial contributions for a combined value of $28,000. And through our inaugural Parent Party Fundraising Receptions, we were able to equip the faculty with Chromebooks, laptops that use Chrome OS as its operating system, offering a cost-effective, yet versatile tool specifically designed and geared for the educational system. But maintaining the status quo is not enough to ensure the success of carrying out our mission. Please help us ensure a vibrant Latin School now and in the future as we continue to grow the success story. Please also know that your financial support is never taken for granted, but rather always humbly received. May the Lord bless you and your families. Sincerely yours in Christ, Mo Woltering Headmaster


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uPCOMINg eveNTs FEBRUARY 8 Open house

APRIL 20 grandparents day

FEBRUARY 21 entrance examination (offered to 5th, 6th and 7th grade students)

MAY 7 alumni Banquet

FEBRUARY 28 Quo vadis 5K APRIL 16 Young alum happy hour

Financial Summary

2-6 Annual Giving 7-8 Year in Review 9

Class of 2014

10 Senior Awards

JULY 30 alumni golf Outing

11 A Tribute to Dennis Whitehead & gifts

JULY 30 – AUGUST 1 Reunion Weekend

12 School News & Planned Giving 13 Alumni Spotlight & Ways to Give

GREETINGS FROM THE ADVANCEMENT OFFICE!

14 Alumni News and Vocations Corner

As you read through the 13-14 Annual Report edition of the

15 Save the Date/Calendar of Events

Leader, we hope it’s readily apparent that the numbers and stories serve as a true testimony to the legacy that is imparted here at Covington Latin School. For the 2013-2014 fiscal year, we have listed collective annual giving, which includes the Academic Advancement Fund contributions (which have not been listed out separately). A robust AAF is critical to our

This edition of The Leader includes annual report information from the 2013-2014 fiscal year (July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014). Covington Latin School is grateful for all gifts given to the school and has done everything possible to ensure the accuracy of the information listed. If you discover an error, please contact Katie Shoultz, Assistant Director of Advancement, at

fundraising efforts and in making the Latin School experi-

859-291-7044 or katie.shoultz@covingtonlatin.org and a correction will be made in our

ence a reality for all students of exceptional ability and

records. Thank you for your support and generosity.

promise, regardless of their economic circumstances. Within our roles, we serve to help build relationships and attract investment from prospective student families and donors alike. The support of those named in the pages to follow helps maintain our tradition of excellence and ensures that Latin School continues to be a beacon to the best and brightest.

The Leader is for alumni, donors, parents, students, faculty, staff and friends of Covington Latin School. Covington Latin School 21 East 11th St. Covington, KY 41011 859.291.7044 advancement@covingtonlatin.org Please direct all Letters to the Editor, address changes, or other correspondence to the address above.

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FINaNCIals

REVENUES

ACTUAL 2013-14

% OF TOTAL REVENUE

TuITION

$2,400,147.40

88%

TuITION assIsTaNCe

$(321,218.59)

-12%

Fees

$168,511.33

6%

FuNdRaIsINg

$447,334.62

16%

$18,042.99

1%

MIsC TOTAL REVENUES

$2,712,817.75

EXPENSES

ACTUAL 2013-14

% OF TOTAL EXPENSES

adMINIsTRaTION

$402,537.98

15%

develOPMeNT aNd adMIssIONs

$136,475.14

5%

PaYROll Taxes aNd BeNeFITs

$501,418.05

19%

$1,114,285.92

42%

$50,726.20

2%

BuIldINg OPeRaTIONs, TRaNsPORTaTION, equIP.

$258,732.32

10%

BuIldINg lOaN INTeResT

$214,144.26

8%

INsTRuCTIONal salaRIes OTheR INsTRuCTIONal exPeNses

TOTAL EXPENSES

$2,678,319.87

TOTAL REVENUES

TOTAL EXPENSES

INCOME BEFORE INTEREST

NET INCOME

aCTual 2013-14

$2,712,817.75

$2,678,319.87

$248,642.14

$34,497.88

BudgeT 2014-15

$3,029,210.00

$2,682,048.02

$552,014.00

$347,161.98

PROjeCTed 2014-15

$2,663,140.20

$2,585,097.40

$282,894.82

$78,042.80

CASH FLOW COMPARISONS

INCOME COMPARISONS 6

INCOME BEFORE INTEREST

4 3 2

30

X 100,000

X 100,000

5

NET INCOME

1 0

ACTUAL 2013-14

BUDGET 2014-15

2% 8%

42

%

10%

PAYROLL TAXES + BENEFITS

TOTAL EXPENSES

20 15

INCOME BEFORE INTEREST

10 5

NET INCOME

0

BUDGET 2014-15

19%

5

%

15%

PROJECTED 2014-15

REVENUES 2013-14 BUILDING LOAN INTEREST

OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL EXPENSES

INSTRUCTIONAL SALARIES

25

ACTUAL 2013-14

PROJECTED 2014-15

EXPENSES 2013-14

1

TOTAL REVENUES

35

MISC

BUILDING OPERATIONS TRANSPORTATION, EQUIPMENT ADMINISTRATION

DEVELOPMENT + ADMISSIONS

1% 6% TUITION

88%

16%

FEES FUNDRAISING

-12% TUITION ASSISTANCE


ANNUAL GIVING 2013-2014 e annual giving section lists all contributions made during the 2013-2014 fiscal year. If you discover an error, please contact Katie shoultz, assistant director of advancement, at 859-291-7044 or katie.shoultz@covingtonlatin.org and a correction will be made to our records. We thank you for your involvement and generosity. a special thanks to all those who supported our annual appeal, the academic advancement Fund. e 13-14 aaF raised an impressive $225,000 (a 25% increase from last year). is wouldn't have been possible without all the efforts of our aaF Chair, johnanneken '75, our major gis committee and our phone-a-thon volunteers. We would like to also extend a special thanks to our alumni donors for their continued support. eir commitment to the aaF allows Covington latin to carry on the time-honored tradition that no deserving student be denied a latin school education due to financial need.

ACB Recovery Mr. Bill Ahearn and Mrs. Kristy Wood-Ahearn Mrs. Mary Jo Amlie Mr. and Mrs. John Anneken '75 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ash Dr. David Banks '88 and Ms. Paula Bingham Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Baumann '47 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Beckman '77 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bischoff '83 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bitter '81 Mr. and Mrs. William Boehmer '44 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Borne '51 Mr. Lawrence R. Borne '55 Mr. Ralph Bradburn Mr. and Mrs. David Brecount Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Britt Dr. James Brown '74 and Dr. Judith Masset-Brown Mr. and Mrs. John Cain '81 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleves '71 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Cleves '43 Coach, Inc. Mr. Richard W. Coleman '82 Mr. Roger Black and Mrs. Carol Crowley Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cuthrell Dr. and Mrs. Darryl Dias Mr. and Mrs. John Domaschko '66 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dooley '48 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elifrits Mr. and Mrs. Steve Elmlinger Mrs. Susan Faeth Mr. and Mrs. James Flach '75 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Frank '72 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gieske '59 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Groh '82 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Guilfoyle '76 Rev. Thomas J. Hack Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hartman '68 Rev. Raymond S. Hartman '59 Dr. Nicholas Hellmann '74 and Dr. Susan DesmondHellmann Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Hellmann '57 Mr. and Mrs. S. Jerry Hindman '56 Dr. and Mrs. William Hoppenjans '70 Mr. and Mrs. James Horner '78 Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kemper '37 Dr. and Mrs. William Koehl '51 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohlhepp '59 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kohlhepp '62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kordenbrock '65 Mrs. Gerry Kreutzjans Rev. John H. Kroger '47 Dr. and Mrs. Brian Lahmann '90 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Lampe '60 Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster '85 Mr. Stephen A. Lang '69 Mrs. Linda LaVelle Mr. Hien Le and Ms. Myle Tran Mr. Jeffrey Litzler '90 Mr. Joseph Lohre '88 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lonnemann '72 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lunn '71 Mr. Jeffrey Miller and Mrs. Tammy Wise Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller Dr. and Mrs. Martin Mitchell '83 Mr. Glenn Mohn and Dr. Sara Krzywkowski-Mohn Mrs. Kathy Mueller Dr. Bradley G. Mullen '77 Mr. and Mrs. David Mullen '83

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TRUSTEES CLUB $1000+

Dr. Sara Murray Mr. and Mrs. John Nienaber '43 Novy Oil and Gas Dr. John P. O'Brien '71 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O'Bryan Dr. Douglas G. Ohmer '79 Plains Marketing LP Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pope Mr. and Mrs. William Purtell '95 Mr. George F. Rabe '48 Col. USAF (RET) and Mrs. Walter Rabe '50 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Robinson '59 Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson Mr. and Mrs. James Shanahan '77 Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Shoultz Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stauber '78 Mr. and Mrs. James Stebbins Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stephens Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stevie '67 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stewart '79 Mrs. Sheila M. Sullivan Rev. Gerald E. Twaddell '59 UBS Financial Services Dr. Thomas Von Lehman '65 and Ms. Margaret Good Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Von Lehman '62 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wagner '70 Mr. and Mrs. James Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. E. John Wolfzorn '62 Mr. and Mrs. H. Anthony Woltermann '59 Mr. Thomas J. Woodruff '62 Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin Zalla '54 Dr. and Mrs. James Zalla '56 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Zalla '79 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Zalla '81 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalla '93 Mr. Wilbert L. Ziegler '49 Mr. Robert G. Zumbiel '79

HEADMASTER CLUB $750-$999 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Abramovich '72 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Binkowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan '78 Dr. and Mrs. J. Michael Burke '62 Dr. and Mrs. William Caldon '68 Mr. and Mrs. David Folz '66 The Most Rev. Roger J. Foys Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Franzen '60 Mr. Henry J. Grimmelsman '89 Mrs. Mary T. Hellmann Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Hermes '90 Mr. Lawrence J. Kemper '43 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kinman '69 Dr. John N. Lorenz '78 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meyer '87 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfaehler Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rodgers Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Rodriguez Dr. and Mrs. Richard Sparks Mr. and Dr. Isaac Thomas Mr. Benjamin Wilmhoff '94 and Mrs. Katherine (Weiss) Wilmhoff '96 Mr. and Mrs. David Zalla '80

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DEAN OF STUDENTS CLUB $500-$749

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Mr. and Mrs. Chris Arlinghaus Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Banks '84 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blewett '84 Dr. Deborah Borchers Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandt '60 Mr. Jack Brueggemann and Dr. Teresa KoellerBrueggemann Dr. Stephen D. Calvert '65 Mr. David Cho Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Cochran Mrs. Lois A. Colatrella Mr. Gregory A. Cunningham '79 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dixon '66 Mr. and Mrs. John Doellman Mr. and Mrs. James Dressman '70 Dr. and Dr. Michael Dunn '86 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ehrman '98 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Enzweiler Mr. Harold J. Fodor '77 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Foltz '65 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Fragge '49 GE Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Geiman '56 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Goosmann '76 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hengehold '52 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Huller '65 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Jehn '70 Mr. Keith Johnson and Ms. Laura Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Scott Kanter Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klingenberg '71 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Klocke '76 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klosterman '70 Dr. and Mrs. George Kramer '50 Mr. and Mrs. David Kramer '76 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Krumpelman Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kute '87 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kyle Mr. and Mrs. Steve Langguth Mr. and Mrs. Brian Leen '86 Mr. and Mrs. Dino Lucarelli '75 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Luebbers Mrs. Joyce Macke Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Meyerrenke Mr. and Mrs. Gene Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Michael Myers '62 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul '61 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peters '81 Mr. and Mrs. David Rakel '68 Mr. and Mrs. James Rauf '60 Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson '86 Dr. and Mrs. James Roebker '79 Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Roedig '82 Rev. Albert E. Ruschman '45 Dr. and Mrs. David Ryan '79 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Schoborg '65 Dr. and Mrs. Earl Schuh '49 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schuster '71 Mr. Philip J. Schutte '53 Mr. and Mrs. Stan Shadwell Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Stanton '67 Dr. Steven L. Steinkamp '75 Mr. and Dr. John Sutler Mr. and Mrs. David Trunnell Mr. and Mrs. Barry Tuemler '76 Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Villareal Rev. Daniel J. Vogelpohl '67 Dr. and Mrs. John Vollman '61 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westendorf '75 Mr. and Mrs. James Whittle '73 Mr. and Mrs. Joel Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zilliox '94

LEADER CLUB $250-$499 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Anneken '71 Mr. and Mrs. David Baioni Judge and Mrs. Gregory Bartlett '63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bathalter '60 Dr. Claire Beimesch '99 and Dr. Shaun Spielman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Birck Dr. and Mrs. C. William Blewett '59 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bodde '69 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bossert Col. and Mrs. John Bozeman '58 Dr. James Bradtmueller and Ms. Susan Shook Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brett '79 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Bright '62 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brinker '77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Case Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cleves '71 Rev. Msgr. William F. Cleves '70 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Codell Mr. George Coley '77 and Ms. Sudsawat Wongchompoo Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Conners '81 Mr. Kirk Knotts and Ms. Lynda Crossan Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cummins '61 Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham '65 Mr. D. Craig Dance '68 and Mrs. Beth Wright Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Darnell '46 Mr. and Mrs. David Darpel Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dehne '75 Dr. and Mrs. James Deye '60 Mr. Anthony J. Deye '56 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dinius Mr. Dan J. DiOrio '62 Dr. and Mrs. Jon Divine Mr. Matthew J. Dressman '77 Mr. and Mrs. Randall Durbin Dr. James Eliassen and Dr. Ruth Hemmer Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Engelman Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Erpenbeck '49 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Finn '61 Ms. Kristina E. Gerlach '96 Mr. and Mrs. Garry Gerlach Dr. Gilbert Gigliotti '77 and Mrs. Martha Perry Mr. Carl Goodmonson Mr. Michael J. Gorman '83 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graff '63 Mr. and Mrs. R. Arthur Grimme '59 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Groeschen '75 Mr. and Mrs. David Gross '75

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gross '79 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Grout '79 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haas Dr. Kent Hall Mr. George Hammerle '83 and Mrs. Amy Arnsperger Hammerle Mr. P. Randal Haumesser '85 Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Heck '63 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Heile Mr. Donald J. Hellmann '70 Mr. and Mrs. David Hergott '59 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herzog '61 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hetterman '69 Mr. George R. Hoffman '57 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hummel '44 Dr. and Mrs. Bradley Jackson '80 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kabitsch '83 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaiser '76 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kemper '49 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Klaene '64 Mr. Brandon M. Klar '97 Mr. and Mrs. John Knochelmann '42 Mr. and Mrs. Kris Knochelmann '87 Mr. Albert Kovacic '90 and Ms. Melinda Bursch Mr. and Mrs. George Kreutzjans '81 Mr. and Mrs. Paul LaFrange '86 Mr. and Mrs. John Langlitz Mr. and Mrs. Ric Latz Mr. and Mrs. John Lewin '46 Mr. Colin Li and Ms. Diane Liu Mr. and Mrs. Carl Luersen '75 Mr. and Dr. William Macke Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maier Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Mando '75 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McElhone '60 Mr. Thomas J. McEntee '53 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Meehan '71 Mr. and Mrs. John Messmer '60 Mr. and Mrs. R. Daniel Meyer '79 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyer '64 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Michael '48 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mihalik '65 Dr. and Dr. Jon Minzner '87 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Mitchell Dr. and Mrs. Martin Mohlenkamp '87 Mr. David Moon and Mrs. Maleah Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mueller Mr. and Mrs. David Muench '71 Mr. and Mrs. Jay Neff Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nowak '88 Mr. and Mrs. Kimberly Patton Mr. and Mrs. Michael Portwood '83 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pranger '71 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pujol '69 Mr. Joseph D. Quigley '90 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Raabe '66 Mr. Ferd A. Rabe '71 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rachford '65 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rakel '76 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rauf Mr. and Mrs. John Resing Mr. Frederick M. Reuter '56 Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson '66 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Robbins '53 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Romer '83 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Sayre '82 Lt. Col. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer '81 Mrs. Mary Lee Schaffer Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Schlaak Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schleper '69 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schlesinger '51 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schroeder Dr. and Mrs. Mark Schroer Dr. Brian Sebastian '90 and Mrs. Kari Olson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Seiter '71


GREEN & GOLD CLUB $100-$249 Dr. Nike Aina Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Andriot '85 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Anneken Mr. James B. Anstead '70 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Averdick '96 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Backer Mr. Charles Baker '68 and Ms. Dana Studt Mr. and Mrs. Jon Baldwin '58 Mr. and Mrs. Dana Ballard Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Bauerle '53 Mr. and Mrs. John Bendele Mr. and Mrs. David Bertke '69 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Biedenbender '48 Dr. and Mrs. Carl Bishop '53 Dr. William L. Bloemer '63 Mr. and Mrs. Chip Boehmker Mr. Richard J. Bolan '81 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Boyle '88 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bozym Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bright Mr. and Mrs. John Brockmeier '04 Mr. and Mrs. Bart Brown Mr. and Mrs. John Bruggen Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Burkhardt '51 Mr. David Burridge Mr. and Mrs. David Camm Dr. and Mrs. Sandy Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Kokhan Chan Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Chang Mr. and Mrs. Yih-Tien Chen

Mr. and Mrs. John Christensen '93 Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman '71 Mr. and Mrs. James Collett '69 Mr. and Mrs. David Cook Rev. Msgr. Roger P. Cooney '62 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cottingham Dr. and Mrs. Todd Culman '85 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cummins '59 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cummins '79 Mr. Barry L. Dance '66 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Darpel '75 Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Dasenbrock Mr. and Mrs. Frank Decker '47 Mr. James H. Deters '47 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Deters Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dewald Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dixon '69 Mr. Scott Dooley Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dorsey '69 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dressman '61 Mr. and Mrs. Marc Duchette Dr. and Mrs. Paul Dunn '35 Mr. Charles M. Dwyer '61 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eismann '81 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fedders '60 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Feeley '85 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fieger '74 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Flick '95 Mr. Mark Foltz '94 and Ms. Melissa Pinto-Foltz Foreign Auto Salvage Mr. and Mrs. Andrew France '96 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas France Mr. and Mrs. David Fusting Rev. David B. Gamm '64 Dr. and Mrs. Peter Ganshirt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garlich '53 Dr. Kenneth Geil '65 and Dr. Angela Diaz Dr. and Mrs. John Geil '68 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gerrety Mr. H. Carl Gieske '50 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gigliotti '87 Mr. and Mrs. James Ginter '69 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Glockner '76 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Groneck Mr. Leo C. Grosser '47 Mr. Leo G. Grote '48 Dr. Alec Habig '85 and Mrs. Kimberley Jordan Habig Mr. Thomas Habig and Mrs. Jane Kammer Habig Mrs. Mary Ellen Hackman Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman '84 Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Haegele Dr. and Mrs. Mark Halpin '67 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hehman '85 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Held '69 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hellmann '73 Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Hemmer '88 Mr. Robert A. Hengelbrok '79 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Henry Dr. John A. Herold '77 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Herzog '69 Mrs. Janice Himmelsbach Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hodges Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffer '72 Mrs. Judith Hunkemoeller Mr. Daniel J. Hunt '68 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Huseman '86 Mr. and Mrs. Erick Jackson Rev. David P. Johnson '73 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kenkel '77 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kerth Mr. and Mrs. David Keyser Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kidd Mr. Uwe Knoop and Mrs. Giuliana Cerutti Donayre

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Mr. William J. Shaw Ms. Katie A. Shoultz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Speth Dr. and Mrs. James Steinhauer '53 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Stratman '78 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Suetholz '47 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Tarvin '67 Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas '89 Mr. Gary Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trauth '58 US Bank Mr. and Mrs. Richard Velten '46 Mr. and Mrs. David Vrabel Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Yelton '69 Mr. and Mrs. Hans Zimmer '76

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Koehl '60 Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koehling '47 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kolbe '81 Mr. Robert A. Konen '49 Mr. and Mrs. Todd Kordenbrock '89 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kovacic Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Krebs Mr. and Mrs. William Kreutzjans '58 Mr. Thomas Kruer and Ms. Karen Zerhusen Kruer Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Krumpelman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Kruse '57 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Kuebbing '67 Mr. and Mrs. John Kunkel '91 Mr. and Mrs. Robert La Eace '57 Mr. Peter A. Laber '44 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lageman '64 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Laine Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lamping '76 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Langlitz '96 Dr. and Mrs. Harold Laughlin '41 Ms. Yeon Lee Judge and Mrs. Charles Lester '46 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lester '70 Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Light Mr. James P. Linz '84 Mr. and Mrs. Mark List Mr. and Mrs. Steve Logan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lonnemann Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lorenz '81 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Lubbe '55 Mr. and Mrs. James Luersen '77 MacMillan Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mai '80 Ms. Lori Mangan Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marshall '50 Ms. Kristy Martin Ms. Amy McCord Dr. and Mrs. Steven McGee '84 Mr. and Mrs. William McGee '81 Mr. Todd McMurtry '79 and Dr. Maria Garriga Dr. and Mrs. John Meier '67 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meimann '62 Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Memering '62 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Menke '46 Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Messer Mrs. Sarah (Shively) Metzger '98 and Mr. David Metzger Mr. and Mrs. Roger Metzger '65 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Metzger Dr. Mark E. Middendorf '66 Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Middendorf '90 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Mielech '53 Mrs. Veronica Mitchell Major and Mrs. John Montgomery '91 Dr. John Morrison and Dr. Irene Jentz Mr. Thomas B. Myers '70 Mr. Harold J. Nalley '61 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nau '57 Mr. Raymond J. Neace '70 Dr. and Mrs. Garry Neltner Rev. Msgr. William Neuhaus Mr. Richard G. Niehaus '51 (Dec'd) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nienaber '48 Captain and Mrs. Brian Noel '99 Rev. Daniel J. Noll '68 Mr. and Mrs. William Oberjohn '53 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O'Brien Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Osburg '62 Mr. and Mrs. Noah Osterhage '03 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Parsons '81 Ms. Margaret Pelstring Mr. David Pfaehler '02 and Mrs. Anna (Gier) Pfaehler '02 Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Poole '85

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Mr. and Mrs. Mark Popovich '64 Ms. Rita Funke Pritchard Mrs. Clare Quigley Dr. David Rahner and Dr. Patricia Powers Mr. and Mrs. Chandan Rao Mr. Robert H. Rauf '37 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rechtin '66 Mr. and Mrs. James Redwine Dr. and Dr. Kevin Reidy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reinert '65 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ries Ms. Carol Risk Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rolfes '49 Ms. Eva Romer Dr. Michael Romero '80 and Dr. Caroline Sussman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosing '48 Mr. and Mrs. John Rossi Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ruberg '69 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saelinger '73 Santen&Hughes Ms. Nell (Schaffer) Bosse '03 and Mr. Mark Bosse Mr. Timothy Schafstall '74 and Ms. Kate Butoryak Dr. Charles B. Schewene '57 Mrs. Kelly (McDaniel) Schleker '99 and Mr. Patrick Schleker Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schlosser '72 Ms. Anne M. Schmid '06 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schneider '64 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schroder '64 Mr. and Mrs. George Schuette '64 Mr. Roger J. Schuler '74 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Schuler '72 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schumacher '59 Mr. Richard A. Schumacher '91 Dr. Andrew L. Seibert '78 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sensel '52 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sensel '50 Dr. and Mrs. George Shaw Mr. Richard E. Shinners '68 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simmons '76 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simon '53 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Simon '81 Mr. Stephen Sipple Dr. John Spence and Ms. Colleen O'Toole Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Spenlau '69 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Spille '94 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stacy Mr. and Mrs. James Stadtmiller '75 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stapleton '73 Dr. and Mrs. Christian Stauber '75 Dr. and Mrs. James Stearns '59 Mr. and Mrs. David Steidle Mr. Stephen E. Stenken '75 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevie '63 Mr. and Mrs. Neil Stiegelmeyer Dr. and Mrs. Donald Stieritz '56 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stylinski Mrs. Alicia (Krumme) Sumpter '97 and Mr. Matt Sumpter Symantec Mr. and Mrs. Hiroshi Tanamachi Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tarvin Mr. George Taylor '86 and Ms. Carol Readnour Ms. Stephanie Tewes Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thelen '88 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Thomas '75 Thomas & Thomas Mr. and Mrs. David Thueneman Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tiemeier '67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tillman '65 Mr. and Mrs. Matthais Toebben Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trenkamp '51 Mr. Charles R. Trimbur '46 (Dec'd)

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Mr. and Mrs. Koukichi Uchiyama Dr. and Mrs. Lee Vesper '53 Dr. and Mrs. Albert Vesper '59 Mr. Jean-Francois Vilain Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vocke '64 Mr. Robert J. Vogelpohl '43 Ms. Missy Vogelpohl Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Von Handorf '65 Mr. Jeffrey Von Handorf '74 and Ms. Mary Beiting Mr. and Mrs. John Warner '53 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Waters '74 Mr. and Mrs. John Wegener '69 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Whitehead '66 Mr. Edward Whitehead Mr. Roger S. Wieck '68 Ms. Jessica Wiles Mr. John F. Wilz '67 Wiseway Supply Company Mr. and Mrs. Albert Young Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zalla '66 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Zalla '58 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zembrodt '68 Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmer '78 Mrs. Louella Zimmer

TROJAN CLUB $1-$99 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Abeln '77 Mr. and Mrs. William Abrams '68 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Allison Mrs. Elizabeth (Cleves) Amster '99 and Mr. Jon Amster Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ankenbauer '66 Mr. Samuel S. Anneken '07 Mr. and Mrs. George Apollonio APT Board Ms. Sarah E. Archual '02 Ms. Annetta Jean Atkins Mr. and Mrs. Steve Averdick Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baarlaer Mr. and Mrs. Tom Back Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barth '74 Mr. and Mrs. David Barth '70 Mr. Richard Beagle '73 and Ms. Elena Messina

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Behle Mr. and Mrs. George Bens '48 Better Window Cleaning Mr. Gerald F. Biedenbender '75 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Bier Mr. Paul Blair '80 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bleha Mr. Michael L. Blewett '11 Mr. Peter G. Bodde '81 Boeing Gift Matching Program Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Boh '74 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bohman Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bramlage Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Braun Ms. Mary K. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bresser Mrs. Dorothy Brinker Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Britt Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brungs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns Mrs. Margaret Butler Mr. and Mrs. Terry Cady Mr. and Mrs. Bonaventure Cahill '52 Mr. and Mrs. Grady Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carr '77 Dr. David E. Carr '77 Mr. and Mrs. George Carr '48 The Children's Theatre Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christensen Mrs. Susan Clements Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cleves '98 Ms. Kaitlin N. Cleves '03 Mr. Anthony J. Cleves '01 Ms. Elizabeth Cleves Mr. and Mrs. Michael Combs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Connelly Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford '59 Mrs. Nancy L. Cryer Mr. and Mrs. Donald Culman Mrs. Christina (Cleves) Daly '97 and Mr. Levi Daly Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Darpel Mr. E. Jason Davis '87 Mr. Robert Davis Mr. George Day Ms. Marjorie Day Mrs. Margaret (Smith) Deavy '96 and Mr. Matt Deavy Mr. Nathan B. Deters '89 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald DeVice '47 Mr. and Dr. Timothy Dillon '74 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Donnermeyer Dr. and Mrs. George Donovan '50 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dressman '79 Ms. Mary S. Dressman Dr. James Duddey '57 and Ms. Sally Ricard Dr. Bonnie Dunwoody Ms. Carolyn Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Donald Engel Mr. and Mrs. Bud Enzweiler Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Ernest Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Erpenbeck '80 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Feldman '49 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Finke '80 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Finney '74 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Fischer '49 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fisher '58 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Fitzgerald '63 Mrs. Kathryn Fitzgerald Mrs. Aurelia H. Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. John Flesch Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Fogarty Mr. and Mrs. Chad Frommeyer Mr. and Mrs. Neil Fry '67


Mr. and Mrs. Dan McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Joshua McIntosh '95 Mr. Richard G. Meier '51 Dr. Neal A. Messer '92 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Metzger '58 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Metzger '68 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Metzger '87 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meyer '65 Mrs. Maranda (Wagner) Meyer '99 and Mr. Jon Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Gary Michel Rosemary Miglio Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milburn Rev. Gary A. Miller '62 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mize Mr. and Mrs. Lance Mockbee Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moeller '49 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moellman Mr. James A. Montgomery Ms. Margo E. Morton '11 Dr. Ray Morton and Ms. JoAnne Ellena Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mullen '88 Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy '58 Dr. and Dr. Kurt Neltner '87 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Neltner '58 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nierman '49 Mr. Paul Noel (Dec'd) and Mrs. Shaunna Noel Dr. and Mrs. James Noll '55 Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Norris Northern Kentucky University Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nussman Ms. Lauren E. O'Brien '07 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Osterhage '67 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Padgett '58 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pangallo '47 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Parton Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pearce Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Peluso Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Plogsted Mr. and Mrs. Tom Powers Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Purcell '88 Rev. James E. Quill '45 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rauf '99 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rauf '86 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rechtin '77 Mr. Nicholas Rechtin '63 and Mrs. Anna Stegman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reckers '64 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rice '79 Dr. and Mrs. Leo Riedinger '60 Mr. Donald Robke '75 and Ms. Wendy Eilbacher Mr. and Mrs. Herman Roden Mr. Samuel W. Rodgers '08 Mr. Peter L. Rodgers '13 Ms. Lily H. Rodgers '10 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rolfsen '46 Mr. and Mrs. David Ross Mr. Gregory B. Rossi '93 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Russ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ruter Mr. and Mrs. James Saner '68 Mr. and Mrs. Joel Santos Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schamer '67 Mr. and Mrs. Omer Scharold Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scheper Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Schlake Dr. and Mrs. David Schmid Rev. Johnathan P. Schmolt '90 Mr. Jerome W. Schneider '51 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schoettker '77 Dr. and Mrs. James Schrand '52 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schuh '44 Mr. Gregory C. Schuler '68 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schuler '73 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Scott '65

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Mr. Richard J. Gangwish '70 Mr. and Mrs. Todd Gatman Mr. J. Robert Geisen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Georgescu Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerrein Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gier Mr. Robert J. Gieske '67 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goetz '70 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gough '63 Mr. and Mrs. L. Joseph Gray Mr. and Mrs. Michael Griese Mr. and Mrs. Eric Groeschen '79 Mr. and Mrs. John Groh Mr. Louis J. Grome '43 Mr. and Mrs. William Gronefeld '59 Mr. Peter Grote Mr. and Mrs. William Haase Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hackman Mrs. Mary Ann Hammerle Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Harrison Mr. Michael L. Hauer '60 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Heidt Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henchy Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Henn '70 Mr. and Mrs. Carey Heuer Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hildreth Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hils '78 Mr. and Mrs. James Hoffman '61 Mr. and Mrs. John Holtz '54 Mr. and Mrs. Evan Hubenka Mr. and Mrs. C. Charles Hugan '75 Mr. and Mrs. Adam Iadipaolo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jackson '52 Mr. Richard J. Janosick '53 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jennings Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Jimenez Mr. and Mrs. Michael Johnson Mr. Paul Kaelin and Ms. Ann Rospert Ms. M. Bridget Kaiser '04 Dr. Thomas Kalin and Dr. Elizabeth Moussas Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kammer '79 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kendig '75 Mr. Michael Kennedy and Ms. Lisa Grosse Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kenner Mr. Shawn King '96 and Ms. Betsy Wallis Mrs. Mary Jeanne Kleier Mrs. Mary Ann Knaley Mr. and Mrs. Kolakowski Dr. and Mrs. David Kramer '51 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kramer '65 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kremer '69 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Kreutzjans '82 Captain Andrejs V. Kukainis '99 Mr. Janis A. Kukainis '98 Mr. and Mrs. John Lane Mr. Robert P. Langenderfer '92 Mr. Steve LaVelle and Ms. Anne Schoelwer Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lindley Ms. Elisabeth C. Logan '13 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Longtin Mr. and Mrs. William Lonneman '73 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Loos '67 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lubbers Col. and Mrs. Brian Lukey '76 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Lukey '77 Mr. John Lyon '73 and Ms. Gail Corbitt Mr. and Mrs. Kirk MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. David Maher '63 Rev. Ryan L. Maher Mr. and Mrs. Steven Martin Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Mauntel '60 Dr. and Mrs. Robert McClure '83 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCullough

Mr. and Mrs. James Seibert Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Seiter '68 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sexton '58 Mr. John Sheehy '04 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Shepherd '77 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Smith Ms. Linda Sparks Mr. Trevor Stamper and Ms. Christina Bennett-Stamper Mr. and Mrs. Todd Steinau Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strathern Rev. Raymond Stratman Mr. and Mrs. James Sturgill Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tackett Mr. and Mrs. Nate Tanamachi Mr. Mark A. Theissen '71 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thelen Mr. Aaron M. Thompson '95 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toebben '83 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Tracy Mr. and Mrs. David Traubert Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tuemler '71 Mr. and Mrs. John Tuemler Mr. and Mrs. Larry Vannasdall Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Vater E.H. Voll Mrs. Charlotte Volpenhein Mr. and Mrs. Brion Walters Mr. Robert Wehr '65 and Dr. Judith Bloomer Mr. Gregory R. Wehrman '83 Mr. and Mrs. Devon Wells Mr. and Mrs. Dale Werle '76 Mr. and Mrs. David Westbay '71 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wiechman '71 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Willmes '56 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilmhoff Mr. and Mrs. Paul Witte '59 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Zalewski Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zilliox Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Zimmerman

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YeaR IN Review 4/25 grandparents day:

The 2014 grandparents day enjoyed another year of record breaking attendance – over 500 guests, students and faculty. students had the opportunity to attend Mass with their grandparents before attending a reception in the Kohlhepp Family Forum.

4/29 Taste of gratitude: Our first annual Taste of gratitude breakfast gave us the opportunity to show appreciation to some of our most dedicated and loyal supporters of latin school.

4/30 spring sports Banquet

5/17 alumni Banquet: We were joined by not only our distinguished honorees and guests, but by 15 golden graduates – Cls alumni who graduated over 50 years ago.

5/24 graduation: In May, the Class of 2014 graduated with 47 outstanding students. 7


7/24 golf Outing: The 2014 golf Outing enjoyed a good turnout and perfect weather with alumni of all ages joining us for both golf and dinner.

8/18 annual latin Mass: students and faculty were joined by parents and alumni to kick off the school year with a latin Mass celebrated by Bishop Foys.

9/17 Covington latin was recognized as a 2014 school of excellence by the Catholic education honor Roll. One of only 71 schools in the nation to receive this recognition, we are honored to be known for our faithful integration of Catholic identity throughout all aspects of our academic program.

9/22 latin school was recognized by The Washington Post as one of america’s Most Challenging high schools.

9/25 Young alum happy hour!

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Class of

COlleges adMITTed

Auburn University Bellarmine University Boston College Bryn Mawr College Case Western Reserve University Centre College Clemson University College of Mount St. Joseph College of Wooster Colorado School of Mines DePaul University Dixie State University Eastern Kentucky University Georgetown College Georgia Tech University Hanover College Hillsdale College Hofstra University Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Kent State University Maine Maritime Academy Marquette University Miami University Michigan State University Michigan Technological University Midway College Morehead State University Mount Holyoke College Murray State University Northern Kentucky University The Ohio State University Ohio University Purdue University Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Southern Illinois University Southern Virginia University Spring Hill College Texas A&M University Thomas More College Transylvania University University of Alabama University of Chicago University of Cincinnati University of Dayton University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign University of Kentucky University of Louisville University of Notre Dame University of Oklahoma University of South Carolina University of Wisconsin, Madison Washington University - St. Louis Western Kentucky University Wittenburg University Wright State University Xavier University

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2014

CEILIDH MARY BARBARA AHEARN NORTheRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

NOAH JAMES KEYSER uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

SERENA NICOLE AMLIE xavIeR uNIveRsITY

ALEXIS DESIREE KIDWELL ThOMas MORe COllege

JACOB BLAISE BARKALOW NORTheRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

JONATHAN DAVID KINROSS NORTheRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

MARCUS DAVID BECKER easTeRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

ERIC JOSEPH LATZ uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle

KELLY ANN BILZ OhIO uNIveRsITY

MATTHEW LE OhIO sTaTe uNIveRsITY

ALEXIS MARIE BOSLEY ThOMas MORe COllege

LUKE ALEXANDER MANNING NORTheRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

CAROLINE MCCORMICK CAIN uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

OWEN SAMUEL MILLER uNIveRsITY OF WIsCONsIN, MadIsON

ELLIOTT AUGUSTINE CLEMENTS uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

KATHRYN MARIE MIZE MIaMI uNIveRsITY

EMILY ANNE CLEMENTS uNIveRsITY OF NOTRe daMe

HANNAH VIRGINIA MUELLER WesTeRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

KENDALL ELIZABETH COLLINS easTeRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

EMILY MARIE NOEL WesTeRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

MARIA CATHERINE CUTHRELL ThOMas MORe COllege

JUDE PATRICK NOEL NORTheRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

EVAN ROBERT DIVINE uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

LORENZO ORTIZ uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

CATHRYN DUCHETTE WesTeRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY

KENDALL ROSE PENNINGTON uNIveRsITY OF KeNTuCKY

KASSIE REBECCA FOGARTY uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle

MINDY RENEE’ REUTTER BRYN MaWR COllege

ASHLEY MARIE FUSTING uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

MATTHEW JAMES RICHTER uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

CLAIRE ELYSE GERHARDT uNIveRsITY OF KeNTuCKY

JOHN AMBURN SCHLAAK uNIveRsITY OF ChICagO

ALEXANDER DARBY GERWE uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle

TYLER MICHAEL SCHREIVER uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle

EMILY ISABELLA GOODNER MOuNT hOlYOKe COllege

BENJAMIN FRANCIS SIMMONS uNIveRsITY OF KeNTuCKY

ADAM LEWIS GREEN geORgIa INsTITuTe OF TeChNOlOgY

JOSEPH PATRICK SPETH uNIveRsITY OF CINCINNaTI

NICHOLAS LEE GROSSER uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle JOY NOEL HIMMELSBACH easTeRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY DIMITRI ALEXANDER HUBENKA COllege OF WOOsTeR EMILY ANN PAGE ISRAELSON NORTheRN KeNTuCKY uNIveRsITY MARGARET ROSE JETT uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle

CAITLIN ELIZABETH DAWN STAMPER PuRdue uNIveRsITY TRAVIS ANDREW VELKLY uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle MICHAEL LEE WILMHOFF uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle NICHOLAS JAMES ZALLA uNIveRsITY OF lOuIsvIlle


Senior

SPANISH MATHEMATICS ORATORICAL RELIGION SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES FINE ARTS

aWaRds

eMIlY CleMeNTs

CaITlIN sTaMPeR

jOhN sChlaaK

jOsePh sPeTh

ENGLISH GERMAN

MINdY ReuTTeR

lOReNZO ORTIZ

NICK Zalla

KellY BIlZ

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THE CHRISTIAN SERVICE AWARD

THE LEADERSHIP AWARD

THE FACULTY AWARD THE COLATRELLA SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

NICK Zalla haNNah MuelleR MaTTheW le adaM gReeN aNd eMIlY NOel

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Mr. and Mrs. Abner

Mr. James B. Anstead 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beechem Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blewett 1984 APT Board Mr. and Mrs. John Cain 1981 Mr. Anthony Ciafardini Better Window Cleaning

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WhITehead

Memorial

twice, once when they physically die, and again when their name is spoken for the last time. time.“Mr. Mr. Whitehead Whitehead was a great man, and though he may have physically died, his memory will remain in our hearts, our minds and in our thoughts.

And I know that if you

changed as many people’s lives in the way Mr. Whitehead did, your legacy will live on forever. This is true for all great men who have lived throughout the ages. I know that as Mr. Whitehead en-

Mr. David Cowens

ters the glorious kingdom of heaven, he

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cowens

would not want us to look back on today and remember it as a day of sadness,

Mr. Thomas Cowens

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerrein

but as a day of joyfulness, as we reflect on all the fantastic memories of his life.

God bless you, Mr. Whitehead. — Will Tepe,'17, Class Class of 2017 of 2017

Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Haegele

Rev. David P. Johnson 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kentrup 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohlhepp 1959 Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Longtin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Milburn Mr. and Mrs. John Nienaber 1943 ACB Recovery Mr. W. Chapman Smith Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Stevie 1964 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stevie 1967 The Children's Theatre Mr. Gary Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Matthais Toebben Northern Kentucky University Mrs. Marilyn Vater Mrs. Charlotte Volpenhein Mr. and Mrs. Devon Wells Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin Zalla 1954

SO SAY WE ALL, WILL. GODSPEED MR. WHITEHEAD.

The Dennis P. Whitehead Scholars Award In recognition of his illustrious and profoundly influential teaching career spanning over four decades, a scholarship was established in Mr. Whitehead's name and presented to him on August 30, 2013 as part of his "WD-40" surprise anniversary celebration. Befitting to its namesake, the scholarship awards academic excellence and is reserved for incoming students who score in the top 2% on the Covington Latin Entrance Examination. This year's incoming class had 23 "Whitehead Scholars" and these recipients had the unique distinction of being handed the award by Dennis Whitehead himself.

In Memoriam FAMILY + FRIENDS

Mr. Donald J. Hellmann 1970

All gifts made to the Dennis P. Whitehead Scholars Fund will receive special recognition in the next edition of the Leader.

Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Heck 1963

MR. PAUL NOEL (father of Rebecca '18 and Emily '14) MR. JAMES BOLAN MR. ROBERT SCHAFFER

MR. JIM DONNERMEYER (father to Andrew '09 and Jacob '11)

ALUMNI

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dehne 1975

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A great “A greatman manonce once said said that that people die

DR. J.WAYNE COWENS '63 MR. ROBERT H. HALL '53 MR. HARRY J. LUEBBERS '65 MS. LILY M. MULBERRY '99 MR. JACOB S. POWERS '08 MR. CHARLES R. TRIMBUR '46 MR. DENNIS P. WHITEHEAD '62 MR. CLAYTON CARLISLE '06 MR. GEORGE HEISE '42


school News Jason Grout, Kara Kanter and Maria Pope ‘15 were accepted to the 2014 Governor’s Scholars Program.

James Rahner ‘15 achieved his third perfect score on the National Latin Exam – making him 3 for 3 and one of only 28 students, out of over 140,000 worldwide, to attain this distinction.

Latin School in Münich, Germany

Congratulations to Kelly Bilz '14, Gabrielle Cottingham '17 and Elizabeth Johnson '17 who also achieved perfect scores on the 2014 National Latin Exam. Natasha Rodriguez '16 attended the University of Kentucky's Area Health Education Center Summer Enrichment Program. Phil Bright and Jonah Hermes ‘18 were selected to participate as members of the Cincinnati Youth Court at the UC College of Law.

National Honor Society inductees

James Rahner and Connie Obermeyer ‘15 have been named National Merit SemiFinalists. James Macke and Matthew Shaw ’15 were recognized as National Merit Commended Students. Elizabeth Johnson '17 ran a personal best time to come in 12th out of 177 girls at the state cross country meet. Elizabeth Zalla ‘15 was accepted to the 2014 Governor’s School for the Arts.

The seniors on the baseball team

Kelly Bilz ’14 was recognized as the sole recipient of the National Greek Exam scholarship. Foreign Language Department Chair and 25 year veteran Latin Teacher Kelly Kusch was presented with the Thomas More College-Diocesan Excellence in Teaching Award. Mary Jo Sova was awarded the 2014 Klett-Langenscheidt Teacher Award in recognition of outstanding effort and achievement in German instruction.

What Will Your legacy Be?

Natasha Rodriguez

As our AAF's theme this year of "it's your alma mater, your legacy, your Covington Latin," suggests, the Latin School legacy is something that belongs to all alumni of this special place.

The Bishop Francis William Howard Legacy Society, named in honor of the founder of Covington Latin School, recognizes our benefactors who have remembered the school through their estate plan. Carrying forth the mission of Goodness, Discipline and Knowledge to students would not be possible without the gifts we receive from our alumni of the school. Whether you are considering a bequest, a charitable trust or another type of planned gift, the impact of your gift can be transformative. To take the first steps towards creating your Covington Latin School legacy, please contact Carl Goodmonson at 859-291-7044 or carl.goodmonson@covingtonlatin.org

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ROB sChaeFeR It’s not every day that Latin School gets a call from an alum halfway around the world. Then again, it’s not every day that you meet the likes of Lieutenant Colonel Rob Schaefer ’81.

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CHECKS: Checks payable to Covington Latin School may be mailed to the Advancement Office. CREDIT OR DEBIT CARDS: Gifts may be made online at covingtonlatin.org. SECURITIES: Contact us at advancement@covingtonlatin.org or 859.291.7044 for assistance in coordinating your gift. MATCHING GIFT PROGRAMS: Many businesses and corporations offer matching gift programs for funds donated by their employees, retired employees and/or spouses. Check with your organization’s human resources office or visit matchinggifts.com/covingtondiocese to see if your gift qualifies.

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During his time in Russia last winter as a commentator on the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi for NBC/Universal, students had the opportunity to Skype with him and ask questions about the experience. His approachable nature and witticisms caught on with students quickly and it was a highlight of the school year. But for Schaefer, it’s been a career path he certainly didn’t anticipate during his time at Latin School. While his accomplishments include serving in the Army’s Special Forces, receiving his Master’s in Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia studies from Harvard and becoming an award-winning author, Schaefer readily admits that he had no idea what to do after flying from the proverbial nest of Latin School.

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“I was scared of college – and of making such a monumental choice. It’s terrifying to try to figure out ‘what am I going to do with the rest of my life’ when you’re not even 20 years old,” he said. So after starting college classes on subjects he thought he “should” be studying, he veered off that path and joined the Army.

Since Schaefer never intended to make a career out of the military, he pursued things during his tenure that he found interest and challenge in. “That’s why I went into Special Forces, and that’s why I never was bored,” he explained. It was through these hands-on experiences that he realized it was the knowledge he had obtained from Latin School that proved invaluable. “I hated math at CLS, but learned to love it once I became a Special Forces Engineer because it became a necessary tool to design and build things- and to blow up stuff! You can’t do complex demolitions without geometry and chemistry,” he said. That same core background served him well in the languages. “And even though I wasn’t particularly skilled at languages during my time at Latin School, I ended up using all those skills later on. At one time, I was arguing the finer points of a nuclear treaty between Russia and the U.S. in -30 degree weather in the middle of Siberia- and won- all in Russian.”

The challenges that Schaefer encountered in Special Forces ranged across the spectrum, but there was key takeaway he gleaned from combining his academic career at CLS and his military career as Special Forces. “There isn’t anything I can’t do as long as I apply myself in the areas of goodness, discipline, and knowledge,” he said. As Schaefer’s years of expertise and study began to add up in the areas of insurgency and counterterrorism, he began to write. “I just starting writing so I could ‘correct’ all the mistakes and inaccuracies being thrown about at that time,” he said. The final product became The Insurgency in Chechnya and the North Caucasus, From Gazavat to Jihad. His work has been placed on the “Top 150 Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism” list and the “Best of” annual list of Kirkus Reviews. When asked what he might like to impart to those who are attending CLS now, he paused to reflect that “young minds aren’t really ready for wisdom; they are ready for experience.” But in true Schaefer form, he found a way to relay a few nuggets to the next generation of Latin School leaders.

“ONE- it will not always be this bad/good and there will come a time when life will be WAY worse/better-I swear- so just be ready. TWO- regardless how invincible you are, your parents love you dearly and can’t live without you, so please be careful the next time you’re contemplating that bungee jump/sorority party/ questionable ‘friend’ or feeling pressure to do something you don’t really want to do. THREE- Be smarter than me. Instead of running away to the Army because you are unsure of what you want to do, invest some time into figuring out what you really like to do- and do it BEFORE you start to make big decisions about your life. Read What Color is My Parachute (maybe the teen version) and do all the exercises (yes, they’re stupid, I know, but do them anyways) and it will really help you to know what you will want to study in college and what you want in life. You might still end up in the Army- but you might find out that being a foreign service officer or an economist would be more fun, especially if green isn’t your color.”


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ROBERT KONEN '49 deserves a special shout out as he is still tearing it up on the golf course and manages to play at least five days a week. ED LINZ '59 recently released his latest novel, Hurtling on the Edge, while continuing to write for The Exchange in Spokane, Washington.

THAD STANTON '67, after thirty-two as a Research Microbiologist and six years as the Director of Food Safety and Enteric Pathogents Unit, National Animal Disease Center, USDA in Iowa has announced his retirement. Enjoy!

1970s

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STEVE FRANK '72 was elected as the Covington Commissioner this past November.

TOM LUKEN '76 was elected in November to his third term on the Erlanger-Elsmere School Board.

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STEVE OLDFIELD '83 is currently directing a documentary about Covington for the city's bicentennial year in 2015. The film will premiere with free screenings across the city in February and it will also air on KET.

KRIS KNOCHELMANN ’87 will be sworn in as the Kenton County Judge/Executive in January at Covington Latin School.

ROB THELEN '88 was elected as Edgewood City Council Member in November.

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1990s

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TYSON HERMES '90 was elected as Mayor of Erlanger in November. JOE BOSCH '94 was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in the Ohio Air National Guard.

2000s

KATHRYN RADEMACHER '01 and her husband recently celebrated the birth of their first child, Juliet Catherine. MORGAN PATTON '07 scored first place in the Kentucky Theatre Association's Roots of the Bluegrass New Play Contest. KTA offers two categories and she took top honors in the 10 minute play category with "Strangers in the Park" and was also a semi-finalist for her full-length play "The Wastepaper Basket".

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ANDREA PATTON '09 graduated magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, from the College of Wooster in May 2014. She is currently doing a year of national service with AmeriCorps VISTA in Greater Boston Massachusetts. IAN TAKAOKA '09 spent the summer in Belize and Fiji conducting ethnographic and archaeological research that will be presented at the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky Conference and the Society of American Archaeology.

“The more I prayed, the clearer it became. I felt a call to priesthood at a young age, and that feeling continued to grow where I couldn’t ignore it,” said Stenger. During his time at Latin School, Stenger credits the spiritual foundation in his daily work in assisting him to discern his calling — the most important of which was the opportunity to serve Mass with the Bishop as a Pontifical Server. “That opportunity drew me more and more to Mass which is an essential role of priesthood and put me in a position where I was with other priests and seminarians,” he said. Stenger’s four years of studying Latin while a student at CLS is also proving to be an invaluable asset as he studies canon law. It’s an appreciation for the classics that he is just now bearing witness to the fruits of that appreciation.

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Father Ryan stenger ’06 was ordained into the priesthood in april and celebrated his first Mass at the Cathedral. a notable milestone indeed, but also notable in that stenger was the first alum from Covington latin school in over 20 years to enter the priesthood.

For Stenger, to be the public face of the Catholic faith as a priest is an exceptional responsibility. “You are a representative of God and his Church. We all need help, understanding, and forgiveness. A priest is able to help make the Lord present in the Eucharist. His Presence in the Holy Eucharist is both a mystery and a sign of contradiction to modern society but also an honor and great blessing. It is also a sign of hope that the Lord continues to take care of His flock.” With compassion and zest for his calling, Stenger also brings good humor. When asked about his interests he joked, “I have boring priest interests — I like to read about history and canon law. I do like to golf just don’t have enough time to do it!” In the coming year, Stenger is looking forward to finishing his studies in canon law and being home in the diocese of Covington. He is eager to begin his ministry full-time with a special emphasis on the importance of the sacraments in daily life.

In addition to keeping alumni informed of exciting news and developments at Latin School, we also feature major events and occurrences in the lives of our alumni. Please consider sending any personal or professional updates or achievements you'd like us to share by contacting us at alumni@covingtonlatin.org or 859.291.7044

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COvINgTON laTIN ReuNION WeeKeNd julY 30 – augusT 1, 2015

Calling all 2015 reunion classes! You've heard about it at other schools and we’re proud to announce a weekend of fun and festivities for you and your classmates!

ThuRsdaY, julY 30

Alumni Golf Outing, Twin Oaks Plantation Club

FRIdaY, julY 31

• CLS Alumni Mass

• Cocktails and Reunion Dinner catered by Barleycorns • Guided School Tours

saTuRdaY, augusT 1

Arrange an event offsite with your class. There will be plenty happening in the NKY and Greater Cincinnati area and the Advancement Office is happy to provide ideas and options! This is a great opportunity to make the most out of the weekend with your classmates – while having to coordinate much less! To learn more or to RSVP your class, contact Katie Shoultz, Assistant Director of Advancement at 859.291.7044 or alumni@covingtonlatin.org. (The Advancement Office will continue to be available on select weekends throughout the year for tours only, should your class choose not to schedule its reunion on Reunion Weekend.)

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