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The Leader For the alumni, parents, and friends of Covington Latin School

2015 -2016 ANNUAL REVIEW CLASS OF 2016 GRADUATES

HONORING THE VISION

ANNUAL GIVING HONOR ROLL

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MESSAGE FROM THE HEADMASTER door, and we will work tirelessly this year to help these young men and women to flourish. We need your help to do this, and I ask you to please consider giving what you are able to help support our school’s effort to improve. Our Academic Advancement Fund is underway, providing a perfect opportunity for you to support your school. As we begin a strategic planning process that will lead us into our 100 year anniversary, rest assured that your gift will be used to support the goals of this plan, and our mission. In addition to treasure, we also ask for alumni to help in the form of time and talent. Each of you has gifts to offer Covington Latin – if Through our visioning process, we plan you feel called to share them, know that we to continue engaging the entire CLS are here to help. community. So whether you are a current student or family, an alumnus or alumna, a We have so much to be proud of and even vested stakeholder, or a friend, we want your more to look forward to, and this could not, feedback and need your help. Our result will and cannot, continue to happen without be a shared vision that, combined with the your help. For 93 years, we have proudly strong foundation that has been built over served our mission. As we work together the decades, will take our school into the to ensure Latin School continues to thrive, future and serve our students in a dynamic we will not forget that motto which is so and effective way. Our mission will remain prominently displayed, front and center, on the same; our vision and methods will adapt the exterior of our school – bonitatem et to the needs of our community and our disciplinam et scientiam, doce me. families. May God continue to bless you and your As we proceed confidently to our future, we family. will not neglect the proud traditions that have forged the identity of which we are so proud. No one should forget just how effective our school is as one of the region’s most prestigious high schools, tasked with Jason Huther the mission to educate the best and the Headmaster brightest. Just a cursory glance through this edition of The Leader will reveal statistics evidencing just how effective we are. Whether your barometer is faith, academics, character, or ethic, you will find sufficient data to demonstrate our excellence. This is something to be proud of! What I have also seen is the potential for Latin School to reach new heights through concerted efforts to improve all programs, initiatives, and activities. I have been asking many of you two simple questions: What do you love about Latin School? How can we make CLS even better? Your answers and the ideas of many are inspiring a multiyear planning effort that will outline a strong path for CLS to grow in the coming years. Through this process, we also hope to identify new programs that will usher our school into even greater academic success, all rooted, of course, in our Catholic faith.

Dear CLS Family, Friends, and Alumni, As your new Headmaster, I am honored to address our larger community. In my first months “on the job,” I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know many CLS alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and students. I am honored to serve this fine institution and committed to ushering in a renewed spirit and positive energy throughout the Covington Latin community. Our efforts this year, coupled with the strong foundation and traditions at CLS, will usher in a bright future for our beloved school.

I would like to take some time to share my thoughts on our school and why I’m so excited to be a part of it. Covington Latin School boasts a long history and deep traditions. Our more than 20 faculty and staff are knowledgeable, dedicated, and mission-driven. Our families are involved, and the 2,000+ alumni remain attuned and engaged. Students at Latin School are respectful, hard working, and focused on being their best selves. Above all, their diverse talents make it clear that CLS is an At CLS, we truly bring out the best in each effective, holistic learning environment. and every student that walks through our


MISSION Covington Latin School offers a unique program for academically talented students in the tri-state area. As its central purpose, CLS aims to form Christian leaders by challenging its students to attain their academic, intellectual, social and moral potential.

DEDICATION The Leader is for alumni, donors, parents, students, faculty, and friends of Covington Latin School.

CONTACT Please direct all Letters to the Editor, address changes, or other correspondence to alumni@covingtonlatin.org or to: Covington Latin School 21 East 11th Street Covington, KY 41011

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION Jason Huther, Headmaster Matt Krebs, Dean of Students Stephanie Tewes, Dean of Studies Heather Couch, Counselor

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Class of 2016

3 Year in Review 4 School News

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Alumni News

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Feature Story: Honoring the Vision

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Financial Summary

9 Donor Spotlight

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Annual Giving Honor Roll Ways to Give


CLASS OF 2016

COLLEGES ADMITTED American University of Paris Bellarmine University Belmont University Boston University Bowling Green State University Butler University Case Western Reserve University Catholic University of America Cedarville University Centre College Chapman University Clemson University Coastal Carolina University Colorado School of Mines Culinary Institute of America DePaul University Denison University Eastern Kentucky University Florida Atlantic University Florida State University Georgetown College Hanover College

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Hofstra University Indiana University Loyola University in Chicago Mary Baldwin College Miami University Michigan State University The Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State Morehead State University Mount St. Joseph University Murray State University Northern Kentucky University Ohio State University Ohio University Pontifical College of the Josephinum Purdue University Rochester Institute of Technology Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Spalding University St. Louis University Syracuse University Texas A&M University at Galveston

Thomas More College University of Cincinnati University of Dallas University of Dayton University of Kentucky University of Louisville University of Maine University of Michigan University of South Carolina University of South Carolina University of Southern California University of Southern Carolina University of Tennessee University of Texas Austin University of the Cumberlands Virginia Military Institute Washington University in St. Louis West Virginia University Western Kentucky University Wittenberg University Wright State University Xavier University


SENIOR AWARDS Faculty Michelle Lynn Bitter Regan Elizabeth Wakefield Leadership Grace Kristine Thomas Christian Service Natasha Lee Arroyo Rodriguez Colatrella Sportsmanship Award Michael Kenton Elmlinger Katherine Dolores Meyer

English Kathryn Elyse Minzner Mathematics Jared Edward Burton Oratorical Grace Kristine Thomas Spanish Kennedy Elizabeth McGuire Theology Ryan Austin Divine

Science Jacob Ryan Sutler Fine Arts Daniel Robert Zalla German Julia Katerina Harrison Social Studies Isabel Rose Eliassen Latin Christina Joanne Binkowski

COLLEGES ATTENDING Devon Artmeier Northern Kentucky University Logan Baarlear Wright State University John Bagadion Wright State University Noah Baioni University of Louisville Maura Baker Northern Kentucky University Christina Binkowski University of Kentucky Michelle Bitter Purdue University Stephen Bohman The Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State Krista Borchers Denison University Jared Burton University of Cincinnati David Darpel Thomas More College Michael Dasenbrock Miami University

Elizabeth Davis Xavier University Justin Deters Thomas More College Ryan Divine University of Cincinnati Anna Dressman Gap year; Northern Kentucky University deferred acceptance Brigid Dunn Northern Kentucky University Isabel Eliassen Washington University in St. Louis

Michael Elmlinger Pontifical College of the Josephinum Jack Flesch Gap year; University of Louisville deferred acceptance Emma Foster Northern Kentucky University Noah Fredrick University of Cincinnati Cole Gatman University of Cincinnati William Geers Miami University Noah Gibson Xavier University Jacob Gross Xavier University Julia Harrison University of Cincinnati Claire Kaelin Western Kentucky University Alexander Kammerer Northern Kentucky University Karah Knotts Western Kentucky University Brandon Kohlman Miami University Isaac Li University of Cincinnati Kennedy McGuire University of Kentucky Dodie Meyer Rose - Hulman Institute of Technology Kathryn Minzner Chapman University Alexandra Mitchell University of Louisville

Michael Mohn Case Western Reserve University Noah Mueller University of Louisville Ashley Parton Northern Kentucky University Taylor Parton Northern Kentucky University Natasha Rodriguez University of Cincinnati James Stebbins Xavier University Connor Steffen Northern Kentucky University Jacob Sutler University of Texas at Austin Eli Terry Northern Kentucky University Grace Thomas University of Cincinnati Marcus Villareal University of Cincinnati Regan Wakefield University of Louisville Lydia Walters University of Dallas Angela Warning Northern Kentucky University Anna Wells Western Kentucky University Sarah Wells Centre College Daniel Zalla Xavier University

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YEAR IN REVIEW 8/17/16 First Day of School and annual Latin Mass Alumni, family and friends of Covington Latin School gathered for Mass at St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption and then in the Kohlhepp Family Forum for a reception. 11/2/16 Ancient Day Continuing the beloved Latin School tradition that has been going strong since the early 1980’s, freshman students dressed incostume and presented their projects on November 2nd. 11/19/16 Junior Ring Ceremony Members of the junior class received their class rings on November 19. The tradition of the high school ring ceremony is a special event that symbolizes the accomplishments and new responsibilities of students. 11/20 St. Cecilia Night Covington Latin School boasts of many talented student musicians. On November 20, many Latin School students took center stage to showcase their musical talents at St. Cecilia Night. 3/19 Boosters Trivia Night The second annual trivia night was a great success with 150 parents, alumni, and friends in attendance. The event raised over $3,500 for the athletic boosters. 4/18 Grandparents Day Hundreds of students, grandparents, and faculty enjoyed Mass in the St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption followed by a reception in the Kohlhepp Family Forum.

4/29 Sports Banquet An astounding 65% of Latin School students participate in athletics. Parents, students, and faculty gathered together to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of CLS athletics. 5/5 Alumni Banquet The Covington Latin Alumni Banquet is one of the most anticipated events of the year, and this year Latin School honored an impressive array of recipients.

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Boosters Trivia Night

Grandparents Day


SCHOOL NEWS

Alyssa Chan '17 was selected to represent Covington Latin School in the 20162017 Regional Youth Leadership program. Micah Gray ‘17 was chosen to participate in the prestigious Governor's Scholar Program. Evana Dias ‘17 was chosen for Governor's Scholar Arts Program. Jack Flesch ‘16 and Krista Borchers ‘16 were both named WLWT Athletes of the Week. The girls basketball team won the KCAC State Basketball Championship, with Kennedy McGuire ‘16 named as the Tournament's Outstanding Player. Michelle Bitter ‘16 was recognized as a National Merit Finalist. David Darpel ‘16 achieved the rank of Eagle in October 2015. Faculty member, John Lane, was awarded the National History Club Advisor of the Year for his outstanding work with CLS members of the National History Club Sidney Plogstead ‘17, Levi Schwarz ‘17 and Lily Traut ‘17 earned Gold medals on the National German Exam. Elizabeth Apollonio ‘18, Genesis Harris ‘18, Isaac Henry ‘18, Sean Longbrake ‘18 and Maria Bossert ‘18 took first place in state at the Junior Classical League Convention. Faculty member, Sarah Mullen, was named Cincy Magazine’s Best of the Best Teacher Award. Her AP Calculus class earned an average of 4.86 on the AP Exam.

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ALUMNI NEWS

CLASS NOTES

Mr. Norbert Baumann ‘47 received the Distinguished Alumni Award, for excellence in profession, service to Latin School and the community, at the 2016 Alumni Banquet. Rev. Ronald Ketteler ‘53 received the Scientiam Award, for excellence in education, at the 2016 Alumni Banquet. Mr. Allan P. Haskell ‘61 received the Bonitatem Award, for service to the community, at the 2016 Alumni Banquet. Dr. Mark Zalla ‘79 received the Disciplinam Award, for performance in profession, at the 2016 Alumni Banquet. Steve Oldfield ‘83 won the top prize at the Indie Gathering International Film Festival. For his documentary "Lines of Sight". The film won the Audience Choice Award as the favorite film of the festival. In June, Andrew Hebbeler '95 was promoted to Deputy Director for Science and Technology Cooperation at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, DC. Dr. Eileen Broomall ‘00 received the Distinguished Young Alumna Award at the Covington Latin School Alumni Banquet. Michelle Duennes ‘04 was featured by the New York Times for her postdoctoral studies on bumblebees in Alaska. Fr. Alex McCullough ‘05 was ordained to the priesthood in May 2016. Sam Sparks ‘07 was named by tED Magazine as one of the electrical industry’s rising stars in its prestigious “30 Under 35” list.

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In June 2016, Alyssa Spoor (Lowry) ‘07 and husband, Richard, welcomed their firstborn daughter, Dulcinea “Dulcie” Ann, into the world. Kelsey Kaht (Sparks) ‘10 and Dagan Kaht ‘10 were married on July 8, 2016! Katie Keller ‘10 was profiled by as “Woman of the Week” by Gild Collective. Lydia Cooper ‘12 married Andrew Naquin on March 19, 2016 in New Orleans, LA. Phillip Dressman ‘12 graduated with distinction from Purdue University with a B.S. in Nuclear Engineering and a minor in Physics. He began his doctoral studies in Purdue’s graduate program in the fall of 2016.

IN MEMORIAM

Alumni John Knochelmann ‘42 Lawrence Kemper ‘43 Msgr. Donald Hellmann ‘45 Judge Charles Lester ‘46 Rev. John Aloysius Seiler ‘50 Bernard C. Burkhardt, ‘51 Edward Sensel ‘52 Andrew Banks ‘84 Nate Sevier ‘11

Friends and Family Viola “Boots” Tucker - mother of Tom Tucker ‘66 Monica Strathern - mother-in-law of Mark Zalla ‘79


ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

VOCATION CORNER “There’s a deep satisfaction knowing that you’re doing what God made you to do on this Earth.”

John Knochelmann ‘42

Alex McCullough ‘05

Fr. Goebbel saw a spark in young John Knochelmannthe undeniable spark of curiosity and talent present in a future Latin School student. It was 1939, and times were tough. The United States was coming out of a depression, and extra money was not easy to come by for the Knochelmann family. Private school tuition was likely the last thing on their minds. But Fr. Goebbel would not allow John’s talent to go untapped, and made the committment that it would be financially possible for him to attend Latin School. It was a gift that John never forgot and never took for granted. He always saw his Latin School education as something to be proud of; an accomplishment that made him hold his head higher. He also understood that the community depended on the leadership that a CLS education provides, and wanted to do his part to give back.

Although the seeds of interest in religious life were planted early on, it wasn’t until he graduated from college and spent time teaching that Father Alex McCullough truly accepted his vocation.The privilege of leading the Pontifical Servers at Latin School served as an opportunity for Fr. McCullough to develop a sense of the daily life of a priest and allowed for more time spent with the Blessed Sacrament in the Cathedral. “Presence in front of God opens your heart to the possibilities of what he might be asking you to do,” he said.

Kris Knochelmann ’87, one of John’s nine children, says that his father didn’t consider himself to be top of his class, but appreciated that CLS gave him the love of learning, curiosity and work ethic that never stopped until his death in May 2016. As a lifelong learner, he was not satisfied with his undergraduate degree from Xavier University, and obtained additional licensing in HVAC and drafting. He continued to quench his thirst for knowledge by taking computer programming and dance lessons with Pat, his wife of 42 years. Above all, John was humbled to receive a Latin School education. As one of the founders of the Academic Advancement Fund, John worked tirelessly to make the gift he received be available to others. He understood the core value of the school that financial circumstances should never be an obstacle to receiving a Latin School education. His legacy at Latin School will last for years for years to come.

As a Theology student and baseball player at Christendom College, he planned to move back home to teach religion and coach baseball. During his time as a teacher, Fr. McCullough realized through his stewardship and passion for teaching the love of God in his students, that he was being called to do more. He started attending daily Mass and going to Confession more frequently. Fr. McCullough began to feel the need to give back to the church in return for the incredible gifts of forgiveness and reconciliation that he had been given. It was at this point that he entered the seminary. Fr. McCullough never looked back, and as a recently ordained priest, serving as the Parochial Vicar at St. Ignatius Loyola Parish in Cincinnati, his enthusiasm for religious life is palpable, “There are so many incredible doors that open up when you embrace the vocation”, he says. He credits CLS for exposing religious vocations as attainable and realistic options to students like himself who may be interested. Having been ordained into the priesthood in May of 2016, Fr. McCullough’s most cherished moments are celebrating Mass and administering the sacrament of Reconciliation. For him, the opportunity to bring the forgiveness of God is a deeply humbling experience. “No matter what God calls you to, you will be happiest doing that,” he says. Fr. McCullough’s hope is to help facilitate the realization of God’s purpose in others — regardless of what passion they have in life — so that they too may experience the overwhelming joy of living as God intended. 6


HONORING THE VISION advanced boys, and thus created CLS as an adaptation of the European “gymnasium” model of acceleration in order to meet this need. During the school’s humble beginnings, all sixth graders in the Diocese of Covington were required to take the entrance examination. Not all students met the requirements for entrance, but those who did well were invited to attend. As Bishop Howard said, “Schools of this character are limited in the number of those who attend, as not all will qualify to take the Latin course.” Thus, the school was small by design from the beginning, and invitation to attend has always been a badge of honor. Bishop Howard had a specific type of student in mind when he created the school. Students were not required to be brilliant or genius, but were required to work diligently and rigorously in order to excel. The school continues to attract such students to this day. While raw intellectual talent is required to make it through the doors, a commitment to excellence and a drive to succeed and persevere is necessary to leave with diploma in hand. Covington Latin School provides an undoubtedly unique education that is not available anywhere else in the area. Well into its ninth decade of continuous operation, the school has equipped hundreds of students with an exemplary foundation in the areas of academic, spiritual, and human formation. In many ways, the values that are held most dearly by Latin School students and alumni can be traced back to one man: Bishop Francis W. Howard, founder of CLS. This article looks at the vision he cast 93 years ago, how it has endured throughout the generations, and the promise it holds for future students and families. On July 15, 1923 Bishop Francis W. Howard was installed as the as the fifth Bishop for the Diocese of Covington. Always the advocate of education, it was only two months later that he founded Covington Latin School. He saw a gap in the landscape of academic offerings for academically 7

Another key ingredient to making Latin School a renowned instituition is the faculty. Bishop Howard had a two step process in the selection and formation of his faculty - find a good teacher and then let him teach. And that he did. With a profound respect for the role of educator and an awareness of the great responsibility inherent in the profession, Bishop Howard selected the entire faculty himself in the school’s first year. Faculty members have been no less carefully selected through the years; 19 of the 21 current Latin School teachers have advanced or terminal degrees, and the average faculty member has 16 years of teaching experience. Combine these two elements - highly-motivated and eager students with teachers who have fine tuned their craft - and the results are astonishing. In an interplay of excellence, students are encouraged by faculty and staff to move beyond


preconceived limitations, and advance to another level of greatness. From this comes the third building block of Latin School: the emphasis on the formation of leaders. In 1923, Bishop Howard cast a vision that Latin School would form well-rounded leaders to serve and benefit the community. Bishop Howard intentionally wanted to create an environment that would forge leaders for various roles in life. As new waves of alumni emerged, and began to hold an increasing number of leadership roles in politics, business, law, medicine, education, and within the Church, it became apparent that the recipe inspired by Bishop Howard worked. Today, Latin School works diligently to instill the qualities that create leaders, always informed by the proper integration of goodness, discipline, and knowledge. A final hallmark established by Bishop Howard is the emphasis on being the perennial servant of its time. Latin School was created to fill a need, and the Bishop never wanted it to stagnate saying, “Education becomes stereotyped, formal, and inefficient if there is not room for experiment and no incentive for initiative”. With a solid foundation of tradition aimed at producing leaders, Covington Latin School also remains a perennial “servant of its time”, and continues to adapt and evolve to meet the unique needs of each generation of students. And what evolutions there have been! From the integration of athletics and lay men and women teachers to the introduction of the co-educational model and the prep year, the school carries on the tradition of maintaining a balance between making necessary changes while adhering to a rigorous, classical, and accelerated education within the traditions of the Catholic faith. What does all of this mean for the 2016-2017 school year? In many ways, it means that nothing will change at all. In other ways, each day will provide more insight into how the faculty and staff can best deliver the value proposition of Latin School to its current population. Whatever happens, the school will continue to honor the vision of Bishop Howard in an unwavering pursuit of goodness, discipline, and knowledge.

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FINANCIAL SUMMARY 2015 - 2016 FISCAL YEAR Covington Latin School’s fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30. During the 2015-2016 fiscal year, Latin School showed slight gains as compared to the previous year (not including the principal debt payments for the building expansion and renovation). As of June 30th, the debt balance was $5,413,782.85. Latin School paid $ 276,913.48 for debt principal payments for the 15-16 fiscal year.

DONOR SPOTLIGHT GARY CUMMINS 1966

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As a member of the only class in Latin School history to have their senior prom canceled due to mischievous behavior, Gary Cummins ’66 looked back on his time at CLS as formative yet fun. “We had some real characters…,” Gary reminisced with a laugh. Despite causing the instructors a few headaches, the class of 1966 went on to become a successful group of professionals later on in life, and Gary Cummins is no exception.

Revenue

Tuition Tuition assistance Fees Fundraising

$2,173,960.64 -$391,034.00 $145,161.03 $678,795.01

Misc.

-$11,114.33 $2,595,768.35

Expenses

Administration Advancement and Admissions Payroll taxes and benefits Instructional salaries Other instructional expenses Building operation Building loan interest payment

$402,463.04 $128,881.78 $487,280.30 $1,116,292.23 $29,212.17 $226,386.30 $190,654.32 $2,581,170.14

Net Income

$14,598.21

After having graduated from Thomas More College, Gary went on to graduate school at Case Western Reserve University and then to work as an engineer for Rockwell International which later was sold to the Boeing Corporation. Gary also spent time working in programming, telecommunications, finance, and information technology. He credits CLS for giving him the foundation he needed to be successful in multiple fields, “I attribute a lot of that to the background that I got from Latin School.” Gary felt that because of the educational and ethical groundwork laid during his time at Covington Latin, he owed much of his success to his formative years at the school. Teachers such as Sister Evangelista and Father Heile were very influential in his development. For this reason, CLS was his first choice when making the decision to give back. Gary

didn’t just want to make a donation, he wanted to play an active role in the decision making process about how the funds were used. This led to the creation of the Gary Cummins Scholarship. “I wanted something that was ongoing and not just one time,” Gary said. The Gary Cummins Scholarship is awarded on an annual basis to a select number of students based on grades, service work, financial need, and the sincere desire to be a part of the Latin School community: all criteria set forth by Gary himself. An ongoing scholarship is a unique and personal way to give back while simultaneously getting to know the students whose lives are directly impacted by a gift. As for Gary, he currently enjoys his retirement, and spends his free time doing Ballroom Dancing and training his dogs to compete in agility, obedience, and confirmation trials.


ANNUAL GIVING HONOR ROLL The Annual Giving Honor Roll includes all contributions of $250 or more made during the 2015 - 2016 fiscal year, including contributions to the Academic Advancement Fund. Care has been taken to ensure that the information provided on the following pages is correct. If you discover an error, please contact Erin Carey, Assistant Director of Advancement at 859-291-7044 or erin.carey@covingtonlatin.org and a correction will be made in our records.

Father Heile Club $5,000 +

Anonymous Mr. Gary Cummins 1966 Fidelity Investments Dr. Nicholas Hellmann 1974 and Dr. Susan Desmond-Hellmann Mr. and Mrs. A. Martin Zalla 1954

Trustee Club $1,000 - $4,999

Anonymous Burleigh Family Foundation Coach, Inc. Dr. David Banks 1988 and Ms. Paula Bingham Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Baumann 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bischoff 1983

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bitter 1981 Mr. Lawrence R. Borne 1955 Mr. and Mrs. John Bosch 1969 Mr. and Mrs. David Brecount Mr. and Mrs. John Cain 1981 Dr. and Mrs. Darryl Dias Dr. and Mrs. Jon Divine Mrs. Loraine Dooley ExxonMobil Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James Flach 1975 Mr. Michael and LeeAnn Foltz Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Fragge 1949 GE Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gieske 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Guilfoyle 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Hellmann 1957 Mr. and Mrs. James Horner 1978 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Huller 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ivins Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kinman 1969 Mr. Kirk Knotts and Ms. Lynda Crossan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kohlhepp 1959 Dr. and Mrs. William Koehl 1951 Mrs. Gerry Kreutzjans Dr. and Mrs. Richard Lampe 1960 Mr. Stephen A. Lang 1969 Mr. Steve LaVelle and Ms. Anne Schoelwer Mr. Jeffrey Litzler 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lonnemann 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller Mercedes-Benz of Fort Mitchell Dr. and Mrs. Martin Mitchell 1983 Mr. David Moon and Mrs. Maleah Rhodes Mrs. Kathy Mueller Dr. Bradley G. Mullen 1977 Mr. and Mrs. David Mullen 1983 Parker Hannifin Foundation Mr. George F. Rabe 1948 Col. USAF (RET) and Mrs. Walter Rabe 1950 Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson Schneller Heating & Cooling Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schuetter Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Seiter 1971 Mr. and Mrs. James Shanahan 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stauber 1978 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Stevie 1967 Mr. and Dr. Isaac Thomas

Rev. Gerald E. Twaddell 1959 US Bank Foundation Dr. Thomas Von Lehman 1965 and Ms. Margaret Good Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wagner 1970 Mr. James Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. E. John Wolfzorn 1962 Mr. and Mrs. H. Anthony Woltermann 1959 Mr. Thomas J. Woodruff 1962 Dr. Matthew Wortman and Dr. Nicole Tepe Dr. and Mrs. James Zalla 1956 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Zalla 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zalla 1993 Mr. Wilbert L. Ziegler 1949

Headmaster Club $750 - $999

Dr. James Bradtmueller and Ms. Susan Shook Dr. and Mrs. William Caldon 1968 Mr. Gregory A. Cunningham 1979 Mr. and Mrs. John Domaschko 1966 Mr. and Mrs. James Dressman 1970 Greater Cincinnati Foundation Mr. Henry J. Grimmelsman 1989 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hengehold 1952 Mr. Hien Le and Ms. Myle Tran Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meyer 1987 Ms. Megan M. Meyers 2000 Mr. and Mrs. William Purtell 1995 Mr. and Mrs. David Rakel 1968 Dr. and Mrs. James Roebker 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Westendorf 1975

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Dean of Students Club $500 - $749

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Mr. Richard P. Baldwin 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Beckman 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Borne 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bossert Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blewett 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Braun Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brennan 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Codell Mrs. Lois A. Colatrella Mr. Jeffrey Darnell and Mrs. Theresa Hooks-Darnell Mr. Dan J. DiOrio 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dixon 1966 Mr. and Mrs. John Doellman Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Erpenbeck 1949 Fifth Third Bank Mr. and Mrs. David Folz 1966 Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Franzen 1960 Dr. and Mrs. John Geil 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Geiman 1956 Mr. and Mrs. William Geisen 1975 Dr. and Mrs. Jeremy Graff 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Groh 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gross 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hartman 1968 Mr. P. Randal Haumesser 1985 Mr. Donald J. Hellmann 1970 Mrs. Mary T. Hellmann Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Hermes 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herzog 1961 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Hiltz 1967 Mr. and Mrs. S. Jerry Hindman 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Jehn 1970 Mr. Keith Johnson and Ms. Laura Ryan Mrs. Patricia Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Klocke 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klosterman 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Kris Knochelmann 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kopser 1981 Sheriff and Mrs. Charles Korzenborn Mr. Brian Kute 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kyle Mr. and Mrs. James Lancaster 1985 Dr. and Dr. Robert Latz Mr. and Mrs. Carl Luersen 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyer 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Meyerrenke Mr. Glenn Mohn and Dr. Sara Krzywkowski-Mohn Mr. and Mrs. David Muench 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mullen 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Obermeyer Mr. and Mrs. Kimberly Patton Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paul 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Raabe 1966 Dr. and Mrs. Nelson Rodriguez Dr. and Mrs. David Ryan 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Stan Shadwell Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Stanton 1967

Dr. Steven L. Steinkamp 1975 UBS Financial Services Dr. and Mrs. John Vollman 1961 Mr. and Mrs. David Zalla 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zilliox 1994

Leader Club $250 - $499

Dr. Mark Abramovich 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Ravi Adhikari Mr. and Mrs. Adelso Adrianza Mrs. Mary Jo Amlie Mr. and Mrs. John Anneken 1975 Baeten Nursery & Greenhouse Mr. and Mrs. David Baioni Mr. Juan Bagadion Judge and Mrs. Gregory Bartlett 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bathalter 1960 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Blau 1979 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Bauerle 1953 Dr. and Mrs. C. William Blewett 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bodde 1969 Dr. Terence P. Bolger 1975 Col. and Mrs. John Bozeman 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brett 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brinker 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Britt Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brown Mr. and Dr. Bruce Burton Cintrifuse Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleves 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cleves 1971 College and Beyond, LLC Mr. Richard Combs and Ms. Idamarie Kosmach-Combs Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Conners 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Copeland 1986 Cronin Ford, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Barry Cummins 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cummins 1979 Dr. Dustin R. Cummins 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cummins 1961 Mr. Barry L. Dance 1966 Mr. D. Craig Dance 1968 and Mrs. Beth Wright Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dehne 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Deters 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dewald Mr. Anthony J. Deye 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Dinius Mr. Matthew J. Dressman 1977 Dr. James Eliassen and Dr. Ruth Hemmer Mr. John Fahrmeier 1982 and Ms. Judy Cornwell Mr. Harold J. Fodor 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas France Mr. and Mrs. Domenick Garuccio Geiman Furniture Gallery Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gigliotti 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Goosmann 1976

Mr. Michael J. Gorman 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Graff 1963 Mr. and Mrs. R. Arthur Grimme 1959 Mr. Steven Groeschen 1975 Mr. Leo G. Grote 1948 Mr. Peter Grote Mr. and Mrs. David Haas Mr. George Hammerle 1983 and Mrs. Amy Arnsperger Hammerle Mr. and Mrs. Jude Hehman Mr. and Mrs. David Heidrich 1975 Mr. Robert A. Hengelbrok 1979 Mr. and Mrs. David Hergott 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hetterman 1969 Mr. George R. Hoffman 1957 Dr. and Mrs. Bradley Jackson 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kabitsch 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaiser 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Kidd Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Klaene 1964 Mr. Brandon M. Klar 1997 KLH Engineers Mr. George C. Kokulis Mr. and Mrs. David Kramer 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kremer 1973 Mr. and Mrs. George Kreutzjans 1981 Rev. John H. Kroger 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Krumpelman Mr. and Mrs. Brian Leen 1986 Mr. and Mrs. John Lewin 1946 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Logan Mr. and Dr. Mark Long Mr. and Mrs. Andy Longbrake Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lunn 1971 Macy’s Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mai 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maier Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Mando 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mariska Ms. Kristy Martin Mr. Timothy S. Mauntel 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Christian McDaniel 1993 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McElhone 1960 Mr. Thomas J. McEntee 1953 Mr. Todd McMurtry 1979 and Dr. Maria Garriga Mr. and Mrs. John Messmer 1960 Mr. and Mrs. R. Daniel Meyer 1979 Mr. Norbert E. Meyer 1949 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Michael 1948 Drs. Jon Minzner 1987 Dr. and Mrs. Martin Mohlenkamp 1987 Mr. Thomas B. Myers 1970 Mr. Harold J. Nalley 1961 Novy Oil and Gas Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Nowak 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O’Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Noah Osterhage 2003 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Pelzer 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peters 1981


Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfaehler Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pope Mr. and Mrs. Michael Portwood 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pujol 1969 Qualtheon Consulting, LLC Mr. Joseph Quigley 1990 and Ms. Victoria Scott Mr. Ferd A. Rabe III 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rachford 1965 Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson 1966 Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rodgers Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Roedig 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Romer 1983 Ms. Eva Romer Mr. John D. Rudnick Jr. Mr. Daniel S. Salter 1977 Mrs. Mary Lee Schaffer Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schlesinger 1951 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Schoborg 1965 Dr. and Mrs. Mark Schroer Dr. Brian Sebastian 1990 and Mrs. Kari Olson Rev. John A. Seiler 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Small 1980

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Spille 1994 Mr. and Mrs. James Stadtmiller 1975 Dr. and Mrs. James Steinhauer 1953 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Suetholz 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Tarvin 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tillman 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Velten 1946 Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Villareal US Bank Verst Group Logistics AAF PARTICIPATION TOP 30 CLASSES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

1948 1944 1945 1968 1949 1953 1951 1937

72.7% 66.7% 66.7% 60.9% 55.6% 54.2% 53.9% 50.0%

9. 1941 10. 1959 11. 1965 12. 1969 13. 1950 14. 1946 15. 1960 16. 1967 17 1975 18. 1956 19. 1961 20. 1964 21. 1943 22. 1947 23. 1985 24. 1957 25. 1955 26. 1972 27. 1966 28. 1980 29. 1981 30. 1971

50.0% 50.0% 48.7% 48.5% 46.2% 45.5% 43.5% 43.3% 42.9% 41.7% 40.9% 40.7% 40.0% 38.9% 37.8% 36.8% 35.7% 35.0% 34.4% 33.3% 31.6% 31.4%

WAYS TO GIVE Covington Latin School is grateful for the irreplaceable support of our donors. From gifts to the Academic Advancement Fund to the creation of a named scholarship or a planned gift, there are multiple avenues to express your generosity to and your partnership with Latin School. Please contact the Advancement Office with any questions about giving, or to begin the conversation about supporting Latin School through a gift.

DEFINE YOUR LEGACY THROUGH A PLANNED GIFT The Bishop Francis William Howard Legacy Society, named in honor of the founder of Covington Latin School, recognizes benefactors who have remembered the School through their estate plan. Your planned gift helps to strengthen Latin School’s long-term financial health, ensuring we remain a vibrant place of learning now and in the future. What are the benefits of planned giving? From bequests and charitable trusts, to life income arrangements and outright gifts of appreciated assets, planned gifts can help meet your individual needs based on your age, financial goals and assets while helping Covington Latin at the same time. We’re here to help. To take the first steps toward creating your Covington Latin School legacy, please contact the Advancement Office at 859.291.7044 or advancement@covingtonlatin.org.

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