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A publication for alumni, parents & friends of Pius X High School

volume 21 • fall 2016

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of the 2016 Nebraska National Guard Class A State Volleyball Sportsmanship Award

contents Pius X High School

6000 A Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510 402.488.0931 • 402.488.1061 fax Chief Administrative Officer Rev. James J. Meysenburg Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Rev. Lee Jirovsky Principal Tom Korta Assistant Principal Greg Lesiak Guidance Director Jan Frayser Activities Director Tim Aylward ’69



The Journey to Pius X



Pius X Foundation

402.488.1046 • 402.488.1061 fax Director of Development Michelle Birkel Assistant Development Director Jan Coy Foundation Staff Deb Hoge • PJ Book Christy Beckman • Pam Beiermann BOLT Director Deb Schulte

Pius X Alumni ~ Cathedral High Alumni 402.488.0931 • 402.488.1061 fax Alumni Director Kristin (Edwards) Heath ’91

Pius Connections - Deb Hoge, Editor

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Current Enrollment

1,277 – Catholic: 98% • Other: 2%

Mission Statement

Restore All Things in Christ To enrich the mind, heart, and soul of each student through a Christ-centered Catholic environment that provides academic excellence and preparation to achieve a meaningful, faith-filled life. Thank You Special thanks to the talented photographers of the 2016-17 Pius X Yearbook staff who contribute to this publication: Sponsor Nolan DeWispelare, Sarah Albin, Rachel Baum, Elly Boes, Brandon Bui, Maddie Elwell, Augustine Fulton, Kelsey Goodban, Macie Hanway, Maddy Jones, Vanessa Klein, Isabelle Kowalski, Brooke Kreikemeier, Megan Kucera, Kristie Le, Laura McBride, Greta Nebel, McKenzie Nurnberg, and Kate Olsson. We extend a grateful thank you to Firespring for their generous donation toward the printing of this publication. Change of Address To notify the school/Foundation of address changes or personal updates, please fill out the on-line form at, under the Alumni drop-down or contact the Foundation at 402-488-1046.



Food Fight!

2015-2016 Annual Report

pius success Tennis Team Crowned State Champion.......................................6 Speech & Debate Team Earns National Rank................................6 Students Named National Merit Semifinalists, Receive Appointment..........6

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Hall of Fame Class Inducted..................12 Reunion Weekend..................................14 Bits & Pieces..........................................17 In Remembrance....................................18 Births.....................................................19 Marriages...............................................20

building a strong foundation New Scholarship Serves as Reminder to have the Best Day Ever........7 With Faith Everything is Possible, but Not Always Easy................................8 Scholarship Honors a Mother’s Life and Her Faith in Christ............................8 Pius X Band Scholarship Established........9 Distinguished Stewards, Outstanding Alumna Recognized...........10 The Game of Life - B.O.L.T. 2017.........11

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Congratulations to the Pius X Volleyball players and coaches, along with the Thunderbolt student section, parents and fans for being named this year’s winning Class A school of the Nebraska National Guard State Volleyball Sportsmanship Award. This was the 26th time that the Thunderbolts have played in the NSAA State Volleyball Tournament since 1976. The award was presented following the Class A State Championship match and was accepted by Thunderbolt varsity volleyball players (l-r) Morgan Christiansen, Kathleen Medill, Lindsay Nottlemann, Abigail Noel, Brittany Ohnoutka, Aspen Rolfes and Karly Wieser.

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s we celebrate this grace-filled season of Christmas, I pray that you and yours may know the gift of joy and gratitude for all the blessings and treasures in your life. God works so wonderfully in our daily lives. The greatest example of God’s work in a human, tangible way is that He sent his only Son. Jesus was born a vulnerable infant child in a barn, totally dependent on Joseph, Mary and God the Father. Christ knows our struggles in this world and in our spiritual journeys. He walks with us; if we let Him, He carries us. Paul’s letter to the Philippians poignantly reminds me of this. He is with us in our times of rejoicing, when we feel contentment and peace. He is with us, as well, during our most difficult and trying times. He brings a peace that cannot be stolen from us. While incarcerated, mistreated, hungry and lonely in Ephesus, Paul wrote, Brothers and sisters: I pray always with joy in my every prayer for all of you, because of your partnership for the gospel from the first day until now…Rejoice in the Lord always. I shall say it again: rejoice! Your kindness should be known to all. The Lord is near. Have no anxiety at all, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, make your requests known to God. Then the peace of God that surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus. These words from Paul at a time when he could have been filled with gloom give us hope and reassurance. If we rejoice in the Lord always, our hearts will be ever filled with His joy, contentment and peace. Then, kindness will reign in our world, anxiety will be put to rest, and prayer will be ever on our lips. Indeed, we offer prayers of thanks as we appreciate Pius X’s largest enrollment ever with 1,277 students. We are bursting with faith and have added four portable classrooms to accommodate these students.

With tuition and fees averaging $1,875 per student, we are one of the best deals for a great Catholic school education in the country. The national average for Catholic High School tuition is more than $10,000. At Pius X, tuition pays less than one-third of the actual cost to educate a student. The remaining two-thirds comes from the generosity of the 18 parish communities that support Pius X and the continuous support that our parents, alumni and friends give through the annual Fund for Pius X, BOLT, and many more opportunities. Pius X continues to thrive as a mission-driven Catholic school. Last year, our seniors had an average ACT score of 24.5, three points higher than the Nebraska average. We have 26 alumni who are currently in seminary or religious formation. I could go on and on, and I am very proud of our students, teachers, parents and families. With a great sense of gratitude, thank you for your generous support of Pius X through your prayers, your works and your giving. May you and your family know how graced you are, regardless of how wonderful or trying life might seem. May you thank our Lord for your blessings and may He allow you to be His light shining for others. I remember you in my daily prayers and in a particular way in my Christmas Masses. Let us continue to pray for one another! Sincerely Yours in Christ,

Rev. James J. Meysenburg, Chief Administrative Officer


Journey Pius X From history documented by P.J. Book


The last in a 3-part series on the history of Catholic education in the city of Lincoln in celebration of 60 years of Pius X High School history.


Bishop Louis B. Kucera mailed an invitation to the people of Lincoln’s six Catholic parishes on July 25, 1954. He stated that, “Now the time has come for the Catholics of Lincoln to emulate the builders of nearly seventy years ago and together build another school that will serve posterity for more than half a century.”

The official laying of the cornerstone was held on the afternoon of March 4, 1956 by Bishop Kucera.




Groundbreaking ceremonies (right)took place on October 23, 1955, and marked the realization of a 35-year dream for Catholics in Lincoln.



Construction moved quickly and on October 1, 1956, Pius X opened its doors for the first day of school and greeted 168 students (sophomores, juniors, and seniors). The cost of tuition to attend Pius X was only $100, and the school’s mission statement read: “To Restore All Things in Christ.”

1957 Bishop Kucera officially dedicated Pius X High School on January 27, 1957. The event attracted state and city leaders, including (l-r) Mayor Bennett Martin, Gov. Victor Anderson and State Commissioner of Education Freeman Decker.

The Birth of the BOLT A reflection by Msgr. Ivan Vap

I am the sole survivor of the foursome responsible for the naming of the Pius X mascot, and feel it necessary to put the story into writing. In early September of 1956, the football team unanimously accepted the colors of forest green, gold, and white. Although every creature under the sea, on land, or in the sky had been proposed as a mascot for the newly built Pius X, none seemed appropriate for our new school and we remained without a mascot heading into our first season of football. Due to construction around the school grounds, Coach Aldrich did not schedule a football game for the opening night of that season in 1956. Fr. Dan Kealy, Coach Vince Aldrich, Coach Bill Inbody, and myself drove instead to Columbus to scout St. Bonaventure (now Scotus High School) since we would play them later in the season. While driving northwest we noted the late fall thunderstorm growing in the darkening sky. Our conversation in the car revolved around the lack of a mascot as the storm grew around us. Fr. Kealy was an accomplished pilot, and I was in the process of working towards a pilot license.


When classes began in the fall of 1956 construction was far from finished. The north wing (150 hallway) included additional classrooms, a biology lab, library, language labs, and gymnasium lobby. Bishop Casey dedicated the completion of the north addition in September of 1961. The added space allowed for the hiring of additional teachers and the eventual enrollment of the first freshman class in September of 1967.

The meteorological portion of those studies turned our conversation to the skies. Fr. Kealy talked of the tremendous force of nature hidden within a thunderhead, rising thousands of feet into the sky and weighing massive tons. All of a sudden, all four of us focused in on a force of nature that aptly projected the force within the student body of our new school - a Thunderbolt. We sat in the rain in Columbus before returning to Lincoln. I arrived at my residence and found my copy of Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary and thumbed to page 1,041 to find the word “Thunderbolt.” The definition stated, “A single discharge of lightning with accompanying thunder.” What a great way to depict the Thunderbolts – a bolt of lightning. And then came the clincher as I read the next definition. “A person or thing likened to lightning in suddenness, effectiveness, and power.” What more could we ask for? I immediately phoned Fr. Kealy and read him what I had found. He called Coach Aldrich and the next day dawned with Pius X officially being the home of the Thunderbolts. The public learned of the decision the next Friday when our football team took the field as the Thunderbolts and defeated Syracuse 20-6. Our scouting trip turned out doubly successful following our defeat of St. Bonaventure later in the season. Early broadcasters often mispronounced our name as “pea-ous ex” until word traveled that we were, in fact, Pius the tenth. Before long, and to this day, we are known across the state as the Bolts. U 5

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Tennis Team Crowned State Champion

Congratulations to the Thunderbolt tennis team on earning our first state championship of the year! Joe Dawson earned gold in #2 singles while the duos of Joe Burt/Riley Warner and Jake Wilkinson/Brooks Scott both took gold in #1 and #2 doubles, respectively. Sam Coy earned a 3rd place finish in #1 singles. Pictured above are (back, l-r) Coach Kole Harrach, Coach Nick Vuko, Riley Warner, Joe Dawson, Brooks Scott, Jake Wilkinson, Head Coach Nolan DeWispelare, (front, l-r) Sanders Warner, Sam Coy, Joe Burt, and Brandon Bui.

Speech & Debate Team Earns National Rank The Thunderbolt Speech and Debate Team has earned membership in the prestigious 100 Club of the National Speech & Debate Association. The milestone ranks the program among the top 23% of schools nationwide, and demonstrates outstanding commitment to teaching students essential life skills, including communication, research, listening, writing, and organization. Congratulations to coach Nolan DeWispelare and the entire Thunderbolt speech team. Pictured above are team members (L-R): Nick McConnell, Ann Pham, and Tiana Le.

FUND FOR PIUS X Thank you for your generosity and belief in Pius X and our mission. This year’s goal is $660,000. So far the Fund for Pius X has received gifts and pledges totalling $530,125, bringing us to 80% of the goal. Your gift maintains affordable tuition for all students and their families, and educates and forms future Catholic leaders for our Church, our communities, and our world. Your generosity also directly impacts our teachers as more than $200,000 of the amount raised will directly support increases in teacher salaries.



Students Named National Merit Semifinalists, Receive Appointment Pius X is proud to announce that Pius X seniors Amanda Rowley (left) and Kathleen Medill (right) have earned recognition as National Merit Scholarship Program Semi-Finalists. Additionally Natalie Schieuer (center) received an early appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point. Rowley and Medill will now compete for more than 7,500 national scholarships worth more than $33 million. They will submit a detailed scholarship application which includes their academic record, participation in school and community activities, demonstrated leadership abilities, employment, and honors and awards received. They must also have an outstanding academic record, be endorsed and recommended by a high school official, write an essay, and earn SAT scores that confirm the student’s earlier performance on the PSAT qualifying test.

WAYS TO GIVE: • Credit or Debit Text PIUSX to 41444 or click Donate at • Check – mail to: PO Box 81828, Lincoln, NE 68501-1828 • Stock or automatic debit from your bank account – call 402-488-1046

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Pius X Wins Food Fight! The Silver Fork is back at Pius for the fourth straight year. The victorious effort of the Student Council in the city-wide food drive was rewarded with the reclamation of the giant fork trophy. StuCo also earned a $1,000 prize to go toward next year’s drive. A total of 17,897 pounds of food was collected by Pius X students which was donated to Catholic Social Services. Previously known as the Student Hunger Drive, the competition was renamed to “Food Fight!” and was sponsored by the Food Bank of Lincoln, Sandhills Publishing, Smart Chicken, UBT, and the Lincoln Journal Star. Nine area high schools participated in the community-wide effort which provided 38,518 meals through the collection of 36,298 pounds of food and more than $4,000 in cash donations.

Pius X Student Council members accepting the Giant Silver Fork were: Clare Morehouse, Delaney Meyer, Maggie Barie, Abbie Russman, Macy Majerus, and Laura Vrbka.

New Scholarship Serves as Reminder to have the Best Day Ever The Pius X Foundation and Pius X High School extends their gratitude to the family of Lori (Laux) Johnson for the establishment of an endowed scholarship in her name. The Lori Ann (Laux) Johnson ’75 Memorial Scholarship will forever be a lasting legacy to a Pius X alumna who was known for helping others and making them smile in times of trouble. The scholarship, which is now endowed with the Pius X Foundation, will provide a yearly tuition scholarship to a student or students in financial need. Lori Ann (Laux) Johnson was born March 2, 1957 to John and Jean Laux, and was the first of four children. Lori and her three siblings all graduated from Pius X - Lori in 1975, Larry Laux in 1978, Lisa (Laux) Schafers in 1983, and Tammi (Laux) Rea in 1984. Although Lori passed away suddenly

and unexpectedly on May 10, 2014, her legacy of helping people and making them laugh in times of trouble will never be forgotten. She always took the time to listen when friends would call. She would never judge others for their actions, but rather would empathize, support and encourage those that needed a shoulder to lean on. Lori touched the heart of so many people, even strangers she had never met before. Lori lived to help others as Jesus challenged each one of us to do. She would stop and take the time to help someone in need. Whether someone had a problem or just wanted to share some good news, Lori always stopped what she was doing to listen and engage in conversation. Lori loved to travel and see the world, especially taking cruises and admiring the splendor of God’s creation in the mountains and canyons. While at home, she

took pride in using her creative talents to knit blankets, and make Christmas decorations and little crosses made with ribbon. She loved to give out those crosses to people, especially those in need of a piece of God’s reminder that everything will be okay. Lori made sure that grace was said at every meal, even when out having dinner with close friends and family. She took her faith in the Lord seriously and was devoted to her family and husband. She so loved her family, especially her Dad and brother Larry, who were always there for her as role models of how to live life and be kind to others. Lori’s friends and family all remember her in their own ways, but they all agree that Lori provided inspiration, peace and joy to everyone she met and touched. Her unforgettable lasting legacy is what she used to say when ending a call or conversation: “I hope you have the Best Day Ever!” That is all she ever wanted to do: to make people smile and feel good about themselves. U 7

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With Faith Everything is Possible, but Not Always Easy Sally Hakel knew who she was, what she wanted out of life, and what was important to her - her faith and her family, especially her children. The Pius X Foundation is proud to announce that Sally’s family – her husband Jim, her children Desirae (2013 Pius X graduate) and Nolan (2015 Pius X graduate), and her sister and brother-in-law Nancy and Dave Smith, along with memorial gifts from hundreds of family and friends – has established a lasting tribute to Sally’s memory, her faith, and the school to which she entrusted her children. The Sally Hakel Memorial Scholarship will provide tuition assistance to a Pius X student(s) with financial need. Sally’s faith was tested many times during her life. The first came at the young age of 19 when she was diagnosed with cancer. She had grown up Lutheran, joining the Catholic church before she and Jim married, and had always believed in God. After her doctor found the cancerous tumor at the base of her brain, she believed “one hundred percent” and adopted the motto that “with faith everything is possible, but not always easy.” There were many more tests of faith: miscarriage, a nonmalignant tumor, a cancer diagnosis for Jim, and the loss of loved ones. Her family writes in a biography memorializing her life: “Sally’s faith never wavered, but grew stronger through each trial, through each loss. It was as though God was slowly preparing her for her own final battle with cancer.”

The final test of faith arrived during the first week of September 2013, six days after Sally’s 55th birthday on September 2. She was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer. Over the next two and half years, through pain, suffering, sickness, and loss, her spirit never diminished. Her fortitude, her resolve, and especially her faith grew stronger. “Cancer didn’t beat her,” Fr. Kenneth Wehrs declared during his funeral homily for Sally, “because the sicker she got, the stronger and deeper her faith grew.” Like all exceptional mothers, nothing was more important to Sally than the well-being of her children. Sally’s sister wrote: “Her world revolved around Desirae’s and Nolan’s school, church, and sporting events.” Perhaps Nolan provided the most powerful testimony to Sally’s selfless love and devotion to her children. For a school assignment he wrote an essay, entitled “Why Must My Mother Suffer from Cancer?” The answer was twofold: his relationship “with God had suddenly grown stronger than ever” and his family “had grown so much closer since the day of mom’s diagnosis.” In the last paragraph Nolan wrote: “She’s still the happiest woman I know and is back to the way she was, with a little less hair, of course. But my Mom will always be the #1 woman in my life.”

“You can’t be afraid of living, and you can’t be afraid of dying.” Sally once shared these words to Desirae and the words were part of her philosophy of life. She cherished life and lived each day to its fullest, undaunted and unafraid. She carried her faith, her love for her family, and her gusto for life with her as she decided to forgo further chemo treatments and enter in-home hospice in February 2016. Family, friends and co-workers surrounded her for the next two months, caring for her and being inspired by her. One friend and co-worker, Krysti Michl, described spending those days with Sally: “She never once complained about her treatment or the symptoms she was experiencing…Even when she knew the end of her life on earth was near, she didn’t think about herself, but how her departure would impact her family. Her last few weeks on earth were spent preparing her family for life on earth without her. It was never about her, but her care and concern for others.” On Monday, April 18, with Jim, Desirae and Nolan at her side, and armed with her unwavering faith, Sally died as she has lived: with love, dignity and courage – undaunted and unafraid.

Scholarship Honors a Mother’s Life and Her Faith in Christ A newly endowed scholarship honors the memory of a woman who lived for the Lord, especially during her battle with cancer. Her life and her faith in Christ inspired her children to establish the Maureen Helling Memorial Scholarship. The endowed fund, now part of the Pius X Foundation’s permanent assets, will provide an annual tuition scholarship to a student or students with financial need. Maureen Helling was born and raised in Omaha, Neb. One of three children born to Richard and Phyllis Greenberg, Maureen always set the standard for excellence in everything she did, whether in school, fellowship, or raising her children. She attended and graduated from Omaha’s Central High School before



moving to Arizona. Missing her family, she moved back to Omaha a few years later to graduate from the University of Nebraska at Omaha, get married, and raise a family. From 1991 to 1998, she welcomed four children into the world: Brett, Andrew, Emilee, and Rebecca, with whom she chose to stay at home to raise. After her children were grown, she worked a variety of jobs to which every day she brought a smile, joy and hard work. Her ability to work began to slow when she was diagnosed with cancer. During the next few years, Maureen was nothing but positive, upbeat, and optimistic, even when her series of remissions were

plagued only to have cancer return again. Despite each setback, those that knew her knew Maureen to never give up hope. She always continued to fight no matter how grave the circumstances appeared. On June 29, 2015, Maureen lost her battle to cancer, a battle she fought long and hard. She lived her entire life for the Lord especially in the last few months of her life. Maureen did everything in the name of Christ, her rock and foundation. Whether reading her Bible, praying nightly, or donating time and money to those in need, Maureen lived every day as if it were her last. She made an impact on everyone in whom she came in contact. It was through that impact that her children were inspired to create this scholarship. Maureen’s spirit lives on through this memorial and she will forever help others in their time of need grow closer to the Lord, just as Maureen did so many times during her life.

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Pius X Band Scholarship Established A newly endowed scholarship will honor the memory of the first band instructor at Pius X High School. Each year the Phil Murphy Memorial Scholarship will provide tuition assistance to a senior band student with demonstrated financial need. The $10,000 gift to establish the scholarship was made by Phil Murphy’s wife and family, including their children Janet Koerner, Paul Murphy and Jane Manzitto. Phil Murphy’s legacy began with his adoption by his parents at age six. He was raised on a beautiful farm surrounded by aunts, uncles and cousins; the family he didn’t know he would ever have. This is where he also met his wife, Florence (Flo) Feller Murphy. His legacy continued with his children (Janet, Paul and Jane), followed by 11 grandchildren. His family considers their father and grandfather to be the first of many generations at Pius X High School, and this year brings the fourth generation with one of his 15 great-grandchildren starting school. He received his Masters in Music Education from the University of Nebraska, and began his teaching career in established music programs at Wymore and York, Neb. In 1960 Fr. Gene Kalin challenged Murphy to launch an instrumental music program at Pius X, the new Catholic high school in Lincoln where Vince Aldrich was the only lay teacher. “I was five years old and grew up in the long halls of Pius as my dad grew a music program from the parish schools starting everyone on tonettes,” his daughter Jane recalls. At that time, the parish schools consisted of St. Teresa, St. John, St. Mary, St. Patrick, Blessed Sacrament, Holy Family(Cathedral of the Risen Christ), and Sacred Heart. Students began playing instruments around 5th grade with Murphy giving private lessons and instructing group ensembles. Eventually middle school bands were added.

In 1964 Murphy was joined by Mike Veak who spent most of his time in the parish schools. This allowed Murphy more time to work with the students at Pius X. “As you can imagine, scheduling and attention to detail was everything. We were all held precisely to this standard, as a student and as a band member,” Jane notes. Phil Murphy’s drive and love of music started with piano lessons shortly after his adoptive parents brought him home to Wisner, Neb. He had been cared for by the fine priests and sisters of St. James Orphanage in Omaha since his birth and now had parents to take over. “Dad had a deep love for his parents and great respect for them. They mentored his developing skill and talent in music,” Jane explains, adding that another mentor was his high school band director, Duane Schultz. “Mr. Schultz was a very positive influence and inspired my dad to pursue a career in music.” Murphy marched in the United States Marine Corp Band, as well as the University of Nebraska Band. All of these experiences formed his drive to produce wonderful musicians and fabulous bands. Early in his time at Pius, Murphy commissioned someone from UNL to write the Pius Fight Song which was memorized by all. Under his leadership, the Pius X Band attended, performed, competed and excelled in many competitions and parades. “Dad was known to

begin and end most concerts with a lively John Phillips Sousa March, which was particularly difficult for us in the clarinet and flute sections.” “Dad worked everyone hard in band, but the reward, his pride of the end result and his constant praise for fine performances made it worth every bit.” His former students would attest to this, especially as many went on to make careers in music as well. Murphy may be most remembered and loved for his Pius Homecoming Lights Out Shows. Performed on the Pius football field, the only lights were the flashlights taped to the left ankle of each marching band member. Murphy was proud of his students, bands and their hard work and accomplishments. Music was his ministry and he devoted himself to his Catholic faith and to help grow Pius X. With God as part of his everyday life, Catholic education was important to Murphy and his wife. “Dad would say being in a Catholic school invites God into everything we did. As a family, we are excited to be a part of this growing, thriving and loving school. And we are especially proud of the instrumental music program that has continued to grow and develop from its inception under Dad’s direction.” “Dad’s greatest legacy is his family!” Jane shares. “And, now, as members of our Dad’s “Murphy Family Legacy,” Mom, Janet, Paul and I would like to extend this legacy to his and our “Pius Family.” Just like the farm community where he was raised, you begin with raw land and a lot of hard work and passion. The result is a beautiful harvest. That was what Pius allowed Dad to do...begin with the raw material to mold and grow a great band program. For his children, Pius allowed him to be with my sister, brother and myself every day and to be our hero!”

ENDOWED FUNDS & SCHOLARSHIPS If you would like to donate to one of these scholarships, another existing scholarship or fund, or establish a new endowed scholarship/fund, please contact Michelle Birkel or Jan Coy with the Pius X Foundation at 402-488-1046.

WAYS TO GIVE: • Check – mail to: 6000 A St., Lincoln, NE 68510 • Credit or Debit Card Text PIUSX to 71777 or click DONATE at • Stock or automatic debit from your bank account – call 402-488-1046 U 9

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Distinguished Steward and Outstanding Alumna Recognized

Msgr. James Dawson was surrounded by family and friends as he was named the 2016 Distinguished Steward.

Dr. Kathy Carey ’65 (center) was presented the Outstanding Alumna award by Michelle Birkel, Director of Development (left) and Kristin (Edwards) Heath ’91, Alumni Director.

The annual Friends of Pius X Appreciation Reception honors the dedication of time, talent and treasure of Pius X benefactors and features the presentation of special awards for exemplary leadership, service and achievement. 2016 graduate and Marilue Becker Scholarship recipient Bradley Moss shared his personal testimony to the more than 200 supporters in attendance: “Many student stories share some common ground with mine, beginning with the fact that an education at Pius X was made possible because of the influence and impact of people who I do not know personally,” Bradley explains. “Many people give generously of their time, talent, and treasure in order to cultivate an environment that welcomes students like me and allows us to flourish.” After attending Lincoln East High School, Bradley transferred to Pius X after joining in his parish’s Godteens program. “The joy, friendship, and deep love of Christ that I witnessed in them prompted me to explore the direction in my life.” “My experience at Pius X will always be unique to me, but to some degree, it shares some common themes,” Bradley comments. “We are part of a community of students, faculty, families, alumni, and benefactors who care about one another.”

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Msgr. James Dawson Distinguished Stewardship Msgr. Dawson’s first assignments as a priest were to Holy Family and St. Teresa parishes in Lincoln and St. Cecilia in Hastings. After earning his educational administration degree at Catholic University of America in 1961, he started his long-running role as Diocesan Superintendent of Catholic Schools. Many new schools began in the diocese during his 29 year tenure. The founding of Villa Marie School for children with special needs remains an accomplishment that Msgr. Dawson holds close to his heart. He served as principal of Pius X from 1959-1961 and in 1964, concurrent with his Diocesan duties, was the Superintendent for one year. During his journey of more than 60 years in the priesthood, his service has included many Diocesan leadership roles and travel to 45 countries, frequently serving as chaplain for a group. For a 2004 story in the Lincoln Journal Star, Msgr. Dawson gave the following summation of his life: “The beautiful thing about being a priest is being able to go into the confessional, hear people’s confessions and then tell people that their sins are forgiven. The sacraments and serving those in need - that’s my life.”

Dr. Kathy Carey ’65 Outstanding Alumna As a Director of Liturgy and as an educator, Dr. Kathy Carey was among the first to bring the theology and practice of the Second Vatican Council to communities around the country and enrich the spiritual lives of countless people. Her work at local, archdiocesan, and national levels has yielded a wealth of joyful celebrations, deep insights, and life-changing experiences in the context of Catholic liturgy. She graduated from the College of St. Mary in 1968 and taught in the Omaha Catholic schools. In 1979, she received the degree of Master of Arts in Theology and Liturgical Studies from St. John’s University and received her PhD in Philosophy and Religion in 2001 from the California Institute of Integral Studies. On both the parish and diocesan levels in Colorado and California and at Marquette University, she created and facilitated worship for children and adults, recruited and prepared ministers of Eucharist and of the Word, developed small faith communities, initiated the RCIA process, and instructed staff and parishioners in every aspect of liturgical life. She also taught World Religions at Colorado State University. In 1986 she was named Director of the Office of Worship, Art and Music for the Archdiocese of San Francisco. Her considerable skills were used in sacramental theology, RCIA, and catechetical ministry, serving a diverse cultural community. She was also a member of the Interfaith Committee for the Celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. A highlight of her service was her position as Co-director of the Liturgy for the Papal Visit of Pope John Paul II in 1987, a celebration of national importance which St. John Paul himself personally assured her was “beautiful!”


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A Special Event for the Benefit of Pius X High School


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Coach George O’Boyle has coached track and/or cross country at Pius X High School since 1968. His teams have earned 22 state championship titles.


The third class of inductees into the Pius X athletic Hall of Fame were honored on Sunday evening, August 7. The reception and ceremony capped off the annual weekend of events which celebrate Pius X’s history, friendships and promising future. The Pius X Booster Club and the Pius X Foundation welcomed more than 200 guests to the Hall of Fame event. Tim Aylward ’69, Pius X athletic director, detailed the accomplishments of the inductees and presented each with their Hall of Fame medal.

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sports at Pius X. He was on two state championship football teams and holds the career records in touchdown receptions and receiving yards.

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Tim Aylward ’69 presented Mary (Cripe) Oltjenbruns ’50 with the Hall of Fame award and medal in honor of her deceased brother, Eddie Cripe ’52.

Maura Dawson ’92 was part of the 1991 and 1992 State Championship basketball teams and also qualified for the state track meet in three events.

6 Tim Aylward ’69, Bill Ryan ’91, Troy Charf ’92, Jim Hansen, Paul Kastl ’98, Corey Harrington ’98, and Mark Burt ’98.

George Easley ’57, Ray Frey, and Chris Wickham ’64, past Hall of Fame Inductee.

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George O’Boyle - 1968-Present Athletic Director, Teacher, Coach O’Boyle attended the University of Nebraska on a track scholarship and joined the Pius X faculty in 1968. After 17 years as a PE and health teacher, O’Boyle became Athletic Director, serving in that capacity for 25 years until his retirement in 2009. Coach O’Boyle will take one step closer to his 50th year coaching at Pius X. His resume includes 20 state championships in boys and girls cross country and two state championships in track. He was inducted into the National High School Coaching Hall of Fame in 2016 and into the Nebraska Coaches Hall of Fame in 2009. Coach O’Boyle has been married to his wife Linda for 51 years. The couple has two children Jenny (’87) and Kevin (’92) and five grandchildren. Ed “Eddie” CripeV - 1952 Football, Basketball Cripe was an All-City performer in two sports for Cathedral High School during an7 era when the school did not participate in spring sports. Cripe also earned all-state honors for football in multiple publications. He guided the Bluebirds to an undefeated 10-0 season and state championship in six-man football in 1951. CHS outscored opponents by an average score of 51-9 and defeated Alvo 59-12 in a battle of undefeated teams in the 1951 state championship. A mid-season tilt pitted CHS against an Axtell team that had not lost a game since 1947. Cripe scored seven touchdowns in the game. Cathedral High also enjoyed tremendous success on the basketball court behind Cripe’s all city campaigns, earning recognition in the Class B and Class C Catholic basketball tournaments. Cripe married his wife Joyce and had

alumni today AWARD NOMINATIONS Nomination deadline for Distinguished Stewardship, Outstanding Alumni and the Hall of Fame is April 15. All past Stewardship and Alumni nominations are reconsidered yearly. Previous Hall of Fame nominations are reconsidered for five consecutive years, and do not need to be resubmitted. Nominations can be submitted online at Call 402-488-1046 with questions or for more information.

two children, John and Carole. He was an avid golfer and loved attending his grandson Dylan’s sporting events. Cripe passed away in February of 2011 at the age of 76. Maura (Dawson) Browning 1992 • Basketball, Track Dawson engineered a basketball resume that can be argued as one of the best in Pius X history. She came on the radar her sophomore year as a 2nd team All-City selection before earning 1st Team All-City and All-State honors her junior and senior seasons. She was named the USA Today Nebraska player of the year following an undefeated 1992 season that was capped off with a 25-0 record and second straight state championship. Dawson also qualified for the state track meet in three events. Dawson attended Doane College before moving to Washington D.C. to work on Sen. Chuck Hagel’s staff. She now resides in Jefferson City, Missouri and is married to her husband of 16 years Jon Browning. They have a seven year old daughter, Margaux. Browning volunteers for a number of organizations ranging from her daughter’s Catholic school to the St. Mary’s Hospital Board of Directors and Foundation. She also coaches her daughter’s basketball team. Corey Harrington 1998 • Football, Basketball, Baseball Harrington completed one of the most accomplished three sport careers in Pius X history. He earned 1st team All-City and All-State honors in football and baseball while earning 2nd team All-State honors in basketball. He was part of two state championship football teams and still holds career records in touchdown receptions and receiving yards. He made an appearance in the state bas-

1992 Girls Basketball Team - (L-R, back) Maura Dawson’92, Lynde (Thelen) Rabine ‘92, Assistant Coach Julie (Kelley) Scholtes ’79, Dana (Seiler) Hunsaker ‘92, Michelle (Metzger) Shanholtz ‘92, Michelle (Rowe) Johnson ‘92, (L-R, front) Carmen Easley-Sanchez ‘92, Coach Don Kelley, Maggie (Easley) Kane ‘93, and Assistant Coach Jeff DeVries.

ketball finals and is in the Top 70 on the all time scoring charts. Harrington gained even more recognition on the baseball field where he played professionally for the Mariners organization. He still holds the Pius X single season and career records for triples and the career summer ERA record. Harrington attended New Mexico State University before being drafted in the 17th round of the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft by the Seattle Mariners. He currently resides in Lincoln with his wife Nikki (’00), their daughter, Evelyn, and a sibling to arrive later this year. Harrington works as a medical device representative for Smith & Nephew Endoscopy. 1992 Girls Basketball Pius X celebrates the induction of the 1992 girls basketball team as one of the best basketball teams in the history of

Thunderbolt athletics. The Class of 1992 finished their career as part of a 94-4 varsity stretch that included four trips to the state championship and back to back state titles in 1991 and 1992. The 25-0 campaign of 1992 came via an average per game score of 59-41. Seniors Steph Schug and Maura Dawson both averaged over 14 points per game to finish scoring careers of 805 and 788 points, respectively. The skillful duo was joined by fellow seniors Carmen Easley, Michelle Metzger, Dana Seiler, and Lynde Thelen and underclassmen Maggie Easley, Joanne Groth, Chris Kapler, Cari Ortmeier, Michelle Rowe, and Emily Schultz. The 2016-2017 school year will be the 25th anniversary of the legendary 25-0 season that culminated with a 63-42 state championship over St. Paul.

Generations Strong! Another three generation family has been discovered! This brings the total number of three generation families to 43, along with 3 four generation families. If you or your family should be added to our generation list, please contact the Alumni Director Kristin (Edwards) Heath ’91.

1st Generation Susan (Smith) Martin ’61

2nd Generation Angela (Martin) Root ’86

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Reunion Weekend Brings Friends Together

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Members of the Class of 1966 gathered at Blessed John the XXIII on Saturday August 6, 2016 to celebrate Mass with Monsignor Ivan Vap.


L-R: Cathy (McCabe) Kelly ’65, Mary (Banker) Elbert ‘66, and Dr. Kathy Carey ‘65.

L-R: Steve Jaros’82, Dan’81 and Lisa Reinsch, and Libby Jaros ’81.



Steve Morrow ’71 and Drs. Margaret and Greg ’71 Sutton participated in the ThunderBOLT Fun Run during the Reunion Weekend.

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L-R: Mike Murphy, Greg Sutton, Leslie Childs(’64), Robbie Bartek Pernicek(behind Leslie), Steph Brady Loudon, Bill Jarrett(behind Steph), Corinne Benes Jarrett(front), Greg Pike(behind Corinne), Doug Fuller (behind Greg & Bill), “Butch” Aksamit(front), Lynn Dickinson Morrow(front), Jody & Tim Sweeney(behind Lynn), Paul Aksamit(behind Jody), Tim Loudon(behind Paul), Steve Morrow(front), Lisa Dobler Arter(behind Steve), Bob Rodriguez(behind Lisa), Wayne Kobza(behind Steve), Mary Johnson Mollner(front), Darrell Hengeller(behind Mary), Harry LeDuc(behind Darrell), Pat Horak Haddow(front), Tom McLaughlin(behind Pat).

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’91 L-R: Adam McInerney ’96, Audrey (Katz) Haveman ’01, and Andy Katz ’96.

Front - Laura Ross, Kristin (Edwards) Heath, Amy (Hoffman) Fleischman, Amy (Lieb) Decker, Mark LeRiger, and Kori Johnson. 2nd row - Todd Rice, Mike Uerling, Russ Campbell, Mark Fleishman, Laura (Schultz) Haley, Mike Haley, and Allen McInerney Back row – Kara (Bourn) Nielsen, Kristin Fitch, and Matt Spring


’06 L-R: Monica (Rentschler) ’06 and Micah Buscher and their new son, and Jessica Schiefen ‘06

L-R: Laura (Oswald) ’05 and ’06 Daniel Gonnerman, Phillip and Nicole (Heideman) ’06 Pick, and Michaela Vestecka ’06

Golden Thunderbolt Club - Alumni who had celebrated their 50th Class Reunion and attended the All Honor Year Reunion included: (L-R) Jim Cripe ’56, Jim Studnicka ’55, John Herrod ’58, Judy (Hansen) Schiltz ’59, Mary (Banker) Elbert ’66, Cathy (McCabe) Kelly ’65, Dr. Kathy Carey ’65, Rich Wagner ’61, Alice (Wolfe) ’50 and Bob ’50 Malone, Mary (Cripe) Oltjenbruns ’50, and Dick Rice ’50.

(L-R, back) Clancy Woolman, Charlene Smiley Woolman, Jim Eastman, Jim Gilsdorf, Nick Onofrio, Larry Brown, Marilyn Knight Long, Patty Patterson Spencer, Richard Kirk, George Pavlas, Gary Venhaus, John Kellogg (not a classmate), (L-R, front) Marcia Schammel Cody, Kay Theis Everett, Mary Margaret Effinger Berniklau, Terry Michal Platz, Gloria Ahlgrim Horejsi, Bonnie Cole Helter, Marilyn Lane Rademacher, Alice O’Connell Gyhra, Pat Langdon, Kathleen Hendry Draper, Virginia Krouse Rowen.



Saturday August 5, 2017


ock it in on your calendar so

that you don’t miss the best of high school and much, much more. This year’s class reunion is sure to be the most fun you’ve ever had in the halls of Pius X. Miss it and you are sure to

Celebrating all Pius X graduates with a class year ending in 2 and 7, all classes having already celebrated their 50th Reunion, and all Cathedral High graduates


get a demerit.

Individual class gatherings ThunderBOLT Fun Run

8 a.m. - 1 mile • 8:30 a.m. - 5K Holmes Lake Park

Thunderbolt Reunion Bash

4 p.m. - Mass 5 p.m. - tours, appetizers & cocktails, and tons of fun & memories

SUNDAY For more information, contact:

Kristin (Edwards) Heath ’91 Alumni Director 402.488.0931 • 16 U

Friends of Pius X Appreciation Reception

2 - 4 p.m. • featuring the awarding of the 2017 Outstanding Alumni and Distinguished Stewardship

Athletic Hall of Fame Reception 4 - 7 p.m.

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Bits & Pieces over town and at the local Saturday morning Farmer’s Market. The store’s website declares Helping Oats is about “Eating helpings of amazing food with an awesome experience to start the day, helping local businesses through the use of local ingredients and products, and helping the community.”


In May Fr. Mark Seiker ‘76 was involved in a car accident on Interstate 80. Officials said he survived the accident because he was wearing his seatbelt. This fall Fr. Seiker was recognized by the Nebraska State Patrol because he sets a great example to the community about safety behind the wheel. “Put your seatbelt on because that’s why they’re there,” Father Seiker said. “A custom, a habit, a practice that every time I get in a vehicle, I put the seatbelt on.” Fr. Seiker is the pastor at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in North Platte.


Paul Jarrett ’00 and his wife Stephanie have been named two of the most influential young professionals in Lincoln. They are the co-founders of Bulu Inc. and were recently involved in leading the Recycle Lincoln Program.

Jamie (Koerner) Carson ’03 has launched an international organization that works in the environmental sector called C.C. Global from Washington D.C. Jamie recently moved the headquarters to Lincoln, and has hired Kevin Fitzgerald ’03 to be the new Creative Director. In addition, Maria (Van Etten) Benes ’03 will also help with some projects. Jamie started the organization shortly before Pope Francis published his encyclical on climate change.

graduating from SCC with an Associates of Applied Science: Automotive Technology degree, he received official notice that he would be deployed in June, 2016. He went on full time orders with his unit to do aircraft maintenance and train for the deployment. Ryan achieved the rank of Sergeant in July, 2015. He left home on June 5, but first married his wife Rachel Smith (Niemann). After 45 days at Fort Hood, Texas for pre-deployment training, Ryan arrived on July 22 in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Ryan’s daily duties as a UH-60 Mechanic and Crew Chief are performing maintenance on the aircraft and flying missions. The missions include medevac rescue through which Ryan has gained medical experience as he aids the flight medic with the patients. He is expected home in mid to late April 2017. Due for re-enlistment in January 2017, he will re-enlist for another 6 years.


Jay Oligmueller ’00 and fellow firefighters took part in the Kansas City Climb, an event that honored the 343 firefighters killed on September 11, 2001. The fallen were remembered during each step of the 110 flights. Each firefighter had a picture taped to the back of their tank of one of the firefighters killed on that tragic day. For Jay, every step he took was for Lt. Michael Healey. The full story about Jay and the climb can be found on the Lincoln Journal Star website.

Congratulations to Ruth Jaros ’11, who is now Sister Colette Marie. She began her novitiate with the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Eucharist. Sister Colette Marie is the daughter of Libby (Stephens) ’81 and Steve ’82 Jaros. Raymond “Ryan” Smith ’12 enlisted in the Army National Guard and became an honor grad as a UH-60 Blackhawk Mechanic. Four months after

Anne Bachmann ’13 is a senior management, entrepreneurship and innovation major at the University of NebraskaLincoln. As a college volleyball player, Anne ate a lot of oatmeal and enjoyed experimenting with different flavors. With the help of her Mom and sister Liz ’09, she opened Helping Oats! Although there is no settled location at this point, she has been popping up all

Kristy Wieser ’13 was named 1st Team All-Conference for Volleyball for the Southern Conference. Kristy is a middle blocker for the University of TennesseeChattanooga Mocs. This is the 2nd year that Kristy was named All-Southern Conference for Volleyball. Matthew Foley ’13 was named Homecoming King at UNL where Matt is an economics, managemententrepreneurship and innovation major in the College of Business Administration. Katie Krick ’13 was crowned the Homecoming Queen at Nebraska Wesleyan University. She is a senior communication studies major and will graduate in May. Hayley Stamper ’15 has an apparel design business called h.flynn designs. What started as a project for Mrs. Shonka’s textile class, then gifts for her friends, has continued as a successful business. Her apparel can be found locally at Scheels and the Fort, as well as small boutiques across the Midwest. Check out what she has to offer at Cadet William D. Addy ’16 completed Cadet Basic Training at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York. U 17

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In Remembrance PIUS X ALUMNI Jorge Paz ’65 passed away on May 25, 2016.

Patrick E. Baroch ’63 passed away June 19, 2016. Fred George Nevels III ’66 passed away on June 21, 2016. Brother of Mary (Nevels) Clark ’59, Judith (Nevels) Reedy ’60, Paul ’71 and Lucy ’76. Gregory John Lehr ’72 passed July 16, 2016, after a strong battle with cancer. Greg is survived by his mother, Kathleen (Murphy) Lehr ’45; siblings Kathy LehrCochrane ’71, Nancy (Lehr) Cooper ’79, Joanne (Lehr) Shepard ’81, and Chuck ’82. Nieces and nephews Ian ’04, Joseph “Joe” A. Haag passed away May 21, 2016. Father of Julie (Haag) McNeil ’92 and Joanna Haag ’93. Kelli Rose Seaman passed away May 22, 2016. Daughter of Mary Jo (Messineo) Seaman ’66 and niece of Tony Messineo Jr. ’59 and Ron Messineo ’61. Cousin of Debbie Messineo Washington ’84, Lisa (Messineo) Carter ’86, Michael Messineo ’86, Joseph Messineo ’89, Anthony Messineo ’90, and Daniel Messineo ’94, as well as Rachael Washington ’10, Nicholas Carter ’12, Katherine Messineo ’16, Taylor Carter

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Micah ’06, Ethan ’09, and Tyler ’10 Cochrane; and Elliot ’07 and Morgan ’09 Cooper. Preceded in death by his father William Lehr ’45. Michael C. Reddish ’65 passed away on August 13, 2016. Brother of Susan (Reddish) Curelop ’71.

Shannon E. (Van Ackeren) al-Hagari ’62 passed away August 18, 2016. Sister of Gene Van Ackeren ’65 and Gerry Van Ackeren ’70.

Bonnie (Champoux) Murphy ’64 passed away October 4, 2016. Sister of Mary (Champoux)Tomlinson ’70. Preceded in death by her husband Robert J. Murphy ’62, her twin brother Ronald Champoux ’63, and her siblings Gary Champoux ’59 and Jean Ann (Champoux) Lapp ’60.

CATHEDRAL HIGH ALUMNI Vivian (Willie) Watson ’39 passed away May 1, 2014. Sister of Reynold Willie ’45. Preceded in death by brothers Leon Willie ’39 and Daniel Willie ’41. Frances (Allen) Jackson ’42 passed away on October 12, 2015. Miriam (Monsour) Donnellon ’41 passed away in December 2015. Bernadette (Laux) Munson ’48 passed away on May 17, 2016. Sister of Adelaide (Laux) Paradise ’34 and David Laux ’48. Bernadette was preceded in death by her siblings: ’17, Michael Messineo ’18, and Mary Messineo ’19. Garry A. Lechner, retired maintenance supervisor at Pius X High School, passed away May 24, 2016. Father of Robyn (Lechner) Maly ’97 and grandfather of Shawn Morrison ’17.

Aloysius Laux ’37, Agnes (Laux) Mateson ’41, and Cecelia (Laux) Griffin ’42. Robert E. Butterfield ’44 passed away on June 8, 2016. Margaret Eleanor Hardesty ’34 passed away June 14, 2016. Richard Lee Hakenkamp ’56 passed away July 26, 2016. Brother of Mark ’60 and Michael ’66 Hakenkamp. Grandfather of Ryan ’09 and Michelle ’14 Hakenkamp. Mary Patricia (O’Grady) Sand ’45 passed away August 12, 2016. Sister James F. O’Grady ’50, Charles J. land’72, and grandmother of Matt Hyland ’01 and Mallory (Hyland) Connelly ’05. Merna M. Korensky passed away May 30, 2016. Grandmother of Toby ’89, Todd ’90 and Chet ’94 Korensky. Greatgrandmother of Colin ’14 and Colin ’17 Korensky.

Dorothy M. Broers passed away on May 27, 2016. Grandmother of Taylor ’13 and Seth ’19 Broers.

Lupe Everman passed away on June 10, 2016. Mother of Deanna (Everman) Pritchett ’66 and Doug Everman ’72.

Antoinette “Ann” Andreas passed away May 29, 2016. Mother of Jim Andreas ’70 and JoAnn (Andreas) Hy-

Jerry Lee Thomas passed away June 16, 2016. Grandfather of Thomas ’18 and Charles ’20 Iburg.

O’Grady ’51, and Catherine C. (O’Grady) Rokke ’53. Preceded in death by her sister Rose Colleen (O’Grady) Vestecka ’46. Thomas Aloysius Quinn ’45 passed away October 26, 2016. Uncle of Scott ’73 and Mark ’80 Willet. Preceded in death by Imelda (Quinn) Willet ’50 and Julia (Quinn) Brinkman ’48. Dr. C. Michael Cowan ’55 passed away on November 9, 2016. Husband of Cheri (Brown) ’60, brother of Thomas Cowan ’52, and stepfather of Mike Stemper ’89.

Bonnie Lou Venhaus passed away on June 19, 2016. Mother of Bonnie (Venhaus) Campbell ’70. Bonnie J. (Walker) Burianek passed away on July 6, 2016. Grandmother of Nicole (Teichmeier) Janssen ’02 and Tiffany (Teichmeier) Young ’06. Rita Mae Koza passed away on July 19, 2016. Grandmother of Tracy (Makovicka) Sealock ’96 and James Makovicka ’99.

alumni today OBITUARY INFORMATION Rosezena L. Voelker passed July 23, 2016. Grandmother of Daniel ’11 and Katrina ’14 Johnson. LaVon K. Crosby passed away on July 27, 2016. Mother of Survived Fred Stuart ’81 and step-mother of Bob Crosby ’54 and Sue (Crosby) Smith ’58. Rosemary A. Thorpe passed away July 31, 2016. Mother of Lori (Thorpe) Shaal ’74, Tom ’75, Douglas ’77, and Margret (Thorpe) Schultz ’80. Grandmother of Adrian Minzel ’97, Zachary Shaal ’08 and William Thorpe ’13. Nicholas Wilson passed away August 1, 2016. Son of Jacquelyn Stratman-Wilson ’85. Nephew of Mary (Stratman) Johnston ’74 and Sherry (Stratman) Timmins ’79. Rose Marie Nannen passed away on August 7, 2016. Mother of Rhonda (Nannen) Riha ’81, Theresa (Nannen) Homan ’82, Joseph Nannen ’84 and John Nannen ’89; as

well as Daehoon Kim ’99 who lived with the Nannen family while attending Pius X. Paulette J. Johnson passed away August 13, 2016. Mother of Kayla (Johnson) Wiebusch ’07. Keith R. Rokke passed away August 18, 2016. Husband of Catherine (O’Grady) ’53. John Edward Sartore, Jr. passed away August 16, 2016. Grandfather of Cole ’12 and Ellen ’15. Bonnie D. Huff passed away August 24, 2016. Mother of Dan ’84, Anne (Huff) Hercules ’86, and Tom ’96 Katarzyna (Paweska) Garbacz passed away August 27, 2016. Mother of Donna Garbacz Bader ’64, Janina (Grabacz) Lesinski ’66, and Stan ’71. Grandmother to Michelle Bader-Reiling ’03. Ludvik J. Walla, Jr. passed away August 30, 2016. Grandfather of Travis ’15 and Brittany ’17 Ohnoutka.

Most of the obituaries listed in this section of the alumni news are gathered from the Lincoln Journal Star. If you have information about a deceased Pius X alumnus or alumna or friend of Pius X that should be listed, please contact Kristin (Edwards) Heath ’91 at 402-488-0931 or email her at kristin.heath@ You may also mail the information to Pius X High School, Attn: Alumni Dept., 6000 A St., Lincoln, NE 68510. Levi Dybdal passed away September 5, 2016. Son of Tausha (Broer) ’93 and Jon Dybdal. Nephew of Kira Broer ’88. Robert (Bob) Frederick Miller, Jr. passed away on September 7, 2016. Grandfather of Maxwell ’12, Abigail ’14 and Gabriel ’19 Miller. Thomas “Tom” M. Engstrom passed away September 6, 2016. Father of Steve Engstrom ’86, Celide (Engstrom) Flemington ’90 and Alisha (Engstrom) Swanson ’94. Grandfather of Kelsey ’13 and Haley ’15 Engstrom. Royce Neil Harper, Sr. passed away September 12, 2016.

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Father of Ivy Harper-Gonzalez ’70, Marla (Harper) Krug ’73, Mark ’75 and John ’76. Preceded in death by his son Neil Harper ’71. Charles “Louie” Gomez passed away on September 15, 2016. Grandfather of Emily Gomez ’15. Duane W. Acklie passed away September 17, 2016. Grandfather of Andrew ’12 and Grant ’13 Schumacher. Louise C. Worster passed away September 15, 2016. Mother of Shirley (Worster) Pehrson ’65. John P. Ayers passed away September 23, 2016. Husband of Tami (Czaplewski) ’87. Milt Tenopir passed away September 26, 2016. Husband of Terri (Richardson) ’74. Norma Arlene Tasler passed away on September 30, 2016. Grandmother of Catherine (Tasler) Zach ’08, Elizabeth (Tasler) Walden ’09, Sarah ’11, Margaret ’13, John ’15 and Luke ’17.

Kathy (Gonnerman) Schmitz ’99 and her husband Nathan welcomed their 4th child, a little girl named Nataleigh Gail on March 1, 2016. She joins her older siblings Kaleb (7), Tyler (6) and Adalynn (3).

Kimberly (Hilger) ’02 and Jeremy Lepper welcomed Genevieve Grace into the world on May 29, 2016. She weighed 7 lbs., 8 oz., and joined her big sisters Samantha (7) and Charlotte (2.5).

Dr. Gina (Morgan) Weir ’00 and her husband Jesse welcomed their third child on July 19, 2016. Barrett Michael joins his sisters Allie (4) and Hannah (2). Gina is a Dermatologist at South Lincoln Dermatology in Lincoln, Neb.

Please send your birth announcements and photos to or message her on Facebook or LinkedIn.

Marjorie A. Flink passed away October 2, 2016. Grandmother of Amanda ’06, Maria ’08, Ryan ’09 and Jason ’12 Flink. Mary Lou VerMaas passed away on October 3, 2016. Grandmother of Connor VerMaas ’13. Preceeded in death by grandson Kyle VerMaas ’12. Ellen M. Fowler passed away October 5, 2016. Mother of Linda (Fowler) Voyles ’67, Judy (Fowler) Shearman ’70, Mary (Fowler) Stull ’78, and John Fowler ’79. Grandmother of Jennifer (Fowler) Galdamez U 19

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’00, Joshua ’09, Madison ’15, and Bailey ’16 Fowler and Grace Stull ’17.

Grace N. Conroy passed away November 5, 2016. Mother of Ret (Conway) Pennell ’68 and David Conroy ’70.

gan) Bryant ’66 Bob Morgan ’68 and Diane (Morgan) Mattison. Grandmother of Robert ’89, Jason ’91, Michael ’96 Bryant and Shannon (Bryant) Dohmen ’97, Melissa ’08, Nate ’09 and Caitlin ’13 Mattison. Great Grandmother to Robert ’14, Alexis ’16, Lucy ’18 and Anna ’20 Bryant.

Lois Jean (Murphy) Morgan passed away November 19, 2016. Mother Phillis (Mor-

Donald G. “Scotty” Scott passed away November 25, 2016. Father of Jean (Scott)

Jill (Benes) ’11 and Joseph Rolfson were married on May 29, 2015, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Jill is a Registered Dietitian at Bryan Health and Joseph is corporal officer at the Nebraska State Penitentiary.

Zach Birkel ’11 and his wife Brooke were married on May 14, 2016, at St. Cecilia’s Catholic Church in Hastings, Neb. Both Zach and Brooke graduated from UNL in December of 2015. They currently reside in Hastings.

Camrie (Seier) ’11 and Joseph Werning ’11 were married August 20, 2016, at St. John the Apostle Church in Lincoln. Joey is as an Account Manager at INSPRO Insurance Agency and Camrie is an RN at Surgical Associates PC.

Elizabeth Walker ‘96 married Gunnar Tomsen on July 30, 2016, in Omaha, Neb. Elizabeth is a high school English teacher and Gunnar is a beekeeper (selling local, raw, Nebraska-sourced honey at

Alex Frodyma ’10 and Danielle Hittle were married on August 13, 2016, at North American Martyrs Catholic Church in Lincoln. The couple resides in Lincoln.

Paige (Beiermann) ’09 and Adam Liess were married June 18, 2016 at Prince of Peace Catholic Church in Kearney, Neb. Paige teaches 3rd grade at Meadowlark Elementary School in Kearney and Adam is a Physical Therapist at Kearney Physical Therapy.

John J. Moller passed away October 8, 2016. Father of Randy Moller ’77. Norrita A. Chick passed away October 10, 2016. Grandmother of Michael ’04 and William ’12 Davis.

Robert L. Renfro passed away October 31, 1916. Father of Brian ’77, Jolene (Renfro) Dunnigan ’78, Scott ’79, and Michael ’85.

Nelepovitz ’82 and Carla (Scott) Stohlmann ’89. Hannora C. Hoppmann passed away on November 30, 2016. Mother of Mike Hoppmann ’71. Ray F. Mah passed away November 30, 2016. Grandfather of Alana ’11, Katelyn ’12, Kylie ’15 and Lynsey ’19 Tucker.


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Zach Wells ’00 and Erin Kruse were married Oct. 7, 2016 in New Underwood, Wash. Zach has a Bachelor’s degree from Creighton University and his Master’s from UNL. He is employed by the Nebraska State Auditor’s office. Erin graduated from the Mayo School of Health Science and the University of Minnesota. She is a clinic manager and the lead radiation therapist at Radiation Oncology Consultants.

We want to share your joy! Please send your marriage announcements and photos to kristin. or message her on Facebook or LinkedIn.

PIUS X High School | Foundation

annual report 2015-2016


High School | Foundation

annual report 2015-2016


Grants & other gifts: $247,947

It cannot be said enough. This annual report is an opportunity to thank you and everyone who has supported Pius X High School and the Pius X Foundation during this past year. Thank you for your time, your treasure, your talent, and especially your prayers.

PIUS X FOUNDATION Distribution & support to Pius X High School

Fund for Pius X: $200,000 Endowed Funds & Scholarships: $75,210 Pius X Foundation Pius X Foundation


Each year the Pius X Foundation distributes to the high school up to five percent of the fair market value of its investment assets as determined annually as of December 31. The Foundation staff, the B.O.L.T. committee and volunteers, and the Booster Club work to secure additional funding to support the education experience, improve teacher salaries, provide for facility development and maintenance, and award tuition assistance and scholarships.

Liabilities and Net Assets

Accounts payable Annuity payable


785,542 265 12,917 12,924,912 35,003 77,070

Total liabilities

980,975 15,974 785,542 13,135,509 265 34,744 12,917 74,825 12,924,912 35,003 $ 14,242,027 77,070

$ 13,835,709

16,385 17,990 34,375 12,037,441 334,004 1,429,889 13,801,334

Total liabilities and net assets




$ 13,835,709


Net Assets Net Assets Total liabilities Unrestricted Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Temporarily restricted Net Assets Permanently restricted Permanently restricted Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Total net assets Total net assets Permanently restricted Total liabilities and net assets Total net assets



Total assets Liabilities and Net Assets Liabilities and Net Assets

Accounts payable Total liabilities Annuity payable




Accounts payable Annuity payable

Statement of Activities PiusEnded X Foundation Year June 30, 2016 Statement of Activities Year Ended June 30, 2016



Cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable Accounts receivable Accrued interest receivable Accrued interest receivable Cash and cash equivalents Investments Investments Accounts Beneficial interest in trust Beneficial interest in trust receivable Accrued interest receivable Cash surrender value of life insurance Cash surrender value of life insurance Investments Beneficial interest in trust Total assets Total assets Cash surrender value of life insurance

$ 13,835,709

Total liabilities and net assets

$ $

3,200 29,622 16,385 32,822 17,990

34,375 12,446,736 406,476 1,355,993 12,037,441 334,004 14,209,205 1,429,889

Revenues, Gains and Other Support Contributions $ 785,542 Investment $ 980,975 return Other Support 265 Revenues, - and Change inGains value of beneficial interest in 12,917 Contributions trust 15,974 $ 980,975 Investment return 12,924,912 13,135,509 Actuarial loss on annuity obligation Change in value of beneficial interest 35,003 34,744 Increase in cash surrender value of lifein 15,974 trust 74,825 77,070 insurance 13,135,509 Actuarial loss on annuity obligation Net assets released from restrictions 34,744 in cash surrender value of life $ 13,835,709 Increase $ 14,242,027 74,825 insurance Total revenues, gains and other Net assets released from restrictions support $ 14,242,027 Total revenues, gains and other Expenses Subsidy support to Pius X High School for the benefit of Pius $ 16,385 Distributions $ 3,200 Expenses X High School 17,990 29,622 Subsidy to Pius X High School Scholarships for the benefit of Pius $ 34,375 3,200 Distributions 32,822 School 29,622 X High Total program services Scholarships 32,822 Management and general 12,037,441 12,446,736 Total program expensesservices 334,004 Fundraising 406,476

1,429,889 1,355,993 and general 12,446,736 Management Total expenses expenses 406,476 Fundraising 13,801,334 14,209,205 1,355,993Change in Net Assets Total expenses $ 14,242,027 $ 14,242,027 $ 13,835,709 13,801,334 14,209,205Net Assets, Beginning of Year Change in Net Assets $ 13,835,709 $ 14,242,027Net Assets, End of Year Net Assets, Beginning of Year

Net Assets, End of Year

Unrestricted $ 987,048 (5,555) $

987,048 (5,555) -

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

Temporarily $Restricted 103,100

Permanently $Restricted 76,899



103,100 259 (1,295) -



76,899 (2,997) (6)

Total $

Total 1,167,047 (9,847)


1,167,047 259 (9,847) (6)

2,245 174,536

-259 (174,536)

-- (6)

259 2,245 - (6)

2,245 174,536 1,158,274

(174,536) (72,472)


2,245 1,159,698

1,158,274 607,260

1,159,698 607,260

(72,472) -

73,896 -

514,096 607,260 62,230



514,096 607,260 62,230

514,096 1,183,586 62,230



514,096 1,183,586 62,230

332,536 1,183,586 51,447



332,536 1,183,586 51,447

332,536 1,567,569 51,447



332,536 1,567,569 51,447

(409,295) 1,567,569

(72,472) -

73,896 -

(407,871) 1,567,569

12,446,736 (409,295)

406,476 (72,472)

1,355,993 73,896

14,209,205 (407,871)

$ 12,037,441 12,446,736


334,004 406,476

$ 1,429,889 1,355,993

$ 12,037,441



$ 1,429,889

$ 13,801,334 14,209,205

The selected audited information, published here, is taken from financial statements for the 12 month period$ 13,801,334 ending June 30, 2016. Complete financial statements, including notes, can be obtained by contacting the Pius X Foundation. BKD, LLP conducted the audit in accordance with generally accepted standards. BKD, LLP expressed an unmodified opinion of the financial statements, which means that the financial statements conform, in all material respects, with accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.

See Notes to Financial Statements See Notes to Financial Statements


See Notes to Financial Statements


The Pius X Foundation staff has made every attempt to publish a comprehensive and accurate list of donors documenting gifts received between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. We sincerely apologize if your name was inadvertently omitted or printed incorrectly. If this is the case, please contact the Pius X Foundation at 402-488-1046.

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Statements of FinancialStatements Position of Financial Position Pius Foundation June 30, 2016 andX2015 June 30, 2016 and 2015 Statements of Financial Position June 30, 2016 and 2015



Give To Lincoln Day: $161,781

$1.29 million

The past 60 years have seen many accomplishments, many challenges and many changes, but one thing has never changed - the dedication of so many to provide academic excellence and build the Catholic faith. And thanks to you, Pius X remains a very special place of learning and faith formation.

The following pages can never tell the entire story of your impact on Pius X’s students, faculty, and staff. It does summarize your generous support and allows us to say

Endowment: $607,260

Fund for  Pius X & Other  fundraising,  $1,620, 29%

Funding Per Student Actual cost per  student: $5,670

Tuition & Fees,  $1,875, 33%


3 See Notes to Financial Statements


3 See Notes to Financial Statements


Budget: $6.8 Million

Instruction 14%

Parish Support,  $2,175, 38%

Pay &  Benefits 77%

High School  Expenses 2016‐2017

Operations & Maintenance 8% Tuition  Assistance 1%

PIUS PROUD Faith. Education. Life.

Pius X High School is proud to serve the Lincoln community by providing an affordable, Catholic education in a positive environment. As part of the Pius X family, students deepen their faith and knowledge, and have opportunities to pursue their talents and passions. Pius X educates 1,277 Catholic and non-Catholic students in Grades 9-12 from 18 parishes in Lincoln and the surrounding area.

OUR MISSION To enrich the mind, heart and soul of each student through a Christcentered, Catholic environment that provides academic excellence and preparation to achieve a meaningful, faith-filled life.

OUR VISION To graduate men and women who will experience the joy of an authentic, Christ-centered life of service, in which they will use their gifts to help others know and love God.


2016-2017 Pius X Foundation Board of Directors



Board of Advisors

Board of Directors

Steve Burt ’86

Msgr. Joseph Nemec

Fr. Brian Connor

Chris Raun

Senior Vice President, UBS Pastor, North American Martrys Parish

Susan Foley ’78 Alumna

Gary Hoebelheinrich

Senior Vice President, RBC Wealth Management

Steve Jaros ’82

Pastor, St. Teresa Parish

Executive Director, Catholic Foundation of Southern Nebraska

Herb Reese, Jr.

Owner, Reese Construction

Bernie Rempe ’63

Retired Architect, Clark Enersen Partners

Nicole Simon

Controller, Tracy’s Collision Centers

Agent, State Farm

Karen Largen ’81

Fr. John Sullivan


Ben Mattern

Vice President, Ameritas Retirement Plans

Pastor, Blessed Sacrament Parish

Jeff Schumacher Chairperson

President, Capitol Casualty Co.

John Arrigo

Executive Vice President, West Gate Bank

Tim Aschoff

COO & General Counsel, Crete Carrier

Nancee Berger ’78 President, West Corporation

Scott Becker

CPA, HBE Becker Meyer Love, LLP

Chief Administrative Officer

Tom Korta Principal

Jan Frayser

Guidance Director

Jack Peetz

Peetz & Company

Nick Cusick ’69

Vice President Commercial Lending, Union Bank & Trust

Owner, Bison Inc.

Terry Heimes COO, Nelnet

Canice Kobus

Director of Operations, Nelnet

Dr. Courtney McCashland Strategic Development Leader, Talent Plus

Jason Miller ’94

President, Miller Seed Company

Doris Robertson

Dave Snitily

President, Firespring

Dr. Dan Tomes

Physician, The Nebraska Neurosurgery Group

Chris Wagner

Vice President Commercial Lending, Union Bank & Trust

Sue Wilkinson CFO, Ameritas

Administrative Team Fr. Jim Meysenburg

Tim Conzemius

Vice President of Enterprise Finance, Fiserv, Inc.

Fr. Lee Jirovsky

Assistant Chief Administrative Officer

Greg Lesiak

Assistant Principal

Tim Aylward

Activities Director

Development Team Michelle Birkel Director of Development

Deb Schulte BOLT Director

PJ Book

Database Manager

Jan Coy

Assistant Development Director

Deb Hoge

Communications & Annual Fund Coordinator

Kristin (Edwards) Heath ’91 Alumni Director

Christy Beckman

Administrative Assistant

Pam Beiermann

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The following gifts were received by the Pius X Foundation between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 including gifts made via general donations, planned giving, the annual Fund for Pius X, or other events and activities. ST. PIUS X SOCIETY Anonymous Tom & Rhonda Peed Nelnet* Pat ’79 & Beth McCabe Paul McCabe ’84 Dorothy (Vestecka) Kouwenberg+ ’46 Gary & Kathy Hoebelheinrich HERITAGE SOCIETY Anonymous (3) Nancee (Shannon) Berger ’78 Wells Fargo Bank* HONORS SOCIETY Anonymous Jeff & Nancy Asselin Bill Bomberger ’64 Cheever Construction Company CHI Health St. Elizabeth Steve & Pat Grosserode Patrick Kerrigan Jim ’54 & Patricia (Strizek) Kreifels Tom & Jennifer Nottlemann Dr. Paul & Trish Petersen Tom & Sandy Wieser BENEFACTORS SOCIETY Anonymous Ameritas Life Insurance Corp* Tim & Linda Aschoff Mark & Michelle Aylor Mat Bickley ’93 Thomas & Renee Dalton Michael & Terry DeWald Scott & Jeanie Fitzgerald Beverly Jackson Kidwell Inc. John ’68 & Sheila (York) ’68 Kuchta Michael O’Neill ’69 Dr. Michael & Heidi Pace Jack & Natalie Peetz Kelley & Dr. Beth (Hussey) ’95 Rawlings Sprint Foundation* Dr. Greg ’71 & Dr. Margaret (Kontras) Sutton John & Linda Thompson Dr. Gary & Tami Varilek

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SUPERINTENDENT SOCIETY Abel Foundation Derek & Kim Aldridge Rod & Michele Arndt Ernie & Mary Arrigo John & Tasha Arrigo Dr. Sean & Dr. Stephanie Barry Mark & Cheryl Bell Bob ’82 & Michelle Benes Paul & Michelle Birkel David & Kelly Brakenhoff Brester Construction Inc. Dr. Charlie Burt ’85 Steve ’86 & Tricia Burt Tom Burt ’91 Butherus Maser & Love Funeral Home Mike & Cathy Carr Cornhusker Bank Degree Heating and Air Conditioning Inc Jamie & Anne Deterding Dr. Robert & Jean Dugas Dr. Michael ’74 & Laura (Smith) ’76 Duggan Kent ’83 & Dorothy Endacott Scott ’88 & Jane (Higgins) ’89 Felber Lt. Governor Michael & Susan (Seiker) ’78 Foley Chuck & Pat (White) ’75 Fricke Fr. Gary Gross ’75 Jon Gross ’87 Scott & Sarah Gubbels Michelle (Shannon) Hamel ’76 Joseph & Agnes Hanigan Matt & Dani Hecker Joe & Ketti Heim Hi-Way Diner Phil & Ann Hovis Tom & Micki Huston Blaine & Gail Johs Elizabeth Kaczka Tim & DaNay Kalkowski Matt & Tracy Kleinschmit Ken & Liz (Saunders) ’82 Koop Dr. Rex & Karen (LeGrande) ’81 Largen Dr. James & Jane Maly Ben & Maureen (Costello) ’80 Mattern Keith ’66 & Pat (Barry) ’66 May

Pat & Dr. Courtney McCashland Pat (Newman) McGovern ’44 Tony ’59 & Carmen Messineo Microsoft* Million Dollar Round Table Foundation John Minton ’43 Msgr. Joseph Nemec Dr. Scott ’80 & Jackie Noel Dr. Mike & Ginger O’Donnell John & Jody Olsson Lisa (Maltarich) Park ’93 Ryan & Patty Parker Jim Partington ’57 Shawn ’00 and Sarah Peed Zach ’10 & Morgan (Boatman) ’10 Peed Jay & Cindy Pieper Kimberly Prchal Sean & Elizabeth Quigley Chris & Teresa Raun David ’89 & Laura (May) ’91 Reese Herb & Katie Reese Paul & Rosemary Reinsch Bernie ’63 & Betty (DeMars) ’63 Rempe Bryan & Doris Robertson Paul & Sarah Rohrs Roxann (Lyons) Sattler ’70 Lee & Corinne Schmit Doug & Diane Schneider Terry & Janell Schutte Doug & Nicole Simon Bart ’84 & Tina ’93 Stephens Bill ’69 & Kim Straub Larry & Betty Stuchlik Matt & Joan (Hanigan) ’83 Tasler Dr. Dan & Libby Tomes Tom Tracy ’76 Randy & Dr. Suzanne Vandenhul Peter Vuchetich ’62 Chris & Michelle Wagner Scott Walker Dr. Cary & Jolene (LeGrande) ’80 Ward Sam Watson Bert & Sue Wilkinson Victor ’68 & Barb (Mara) ’69 Witkowicz Gene & Eileen Zuerlein THUNDERBOLT CLUB Anonymous (4) Ron & Becky Ackermann Gary & Margaret Aldridge Steven & Anjilynn Antonelli Dan & Amy Archuleta Bill & Julie (Manzitto) ’70 Ashburn Todd & Chris Berke Jack & Sadie Borland

Ron & Debbie Brester Pius X Giving Levels Dr. Pat & Linda Clare Fr. Brian Connor Stewardship Societies Tim & Jennifer Conzemius St. Pius X Society Kurt & Patty $20,000+ Daberkow Heritage Society Lois (Nobbman) Dack $10,000 - $19,999 ’66 Gary Danek ’61 Honors Society Bob Davis ’77 $5,000 - $9,999 Jack & Margy Benefactors Society (Henggler) ’50 $2,500 - $4,999 Dawson Dr. John & Ann Deck Superintendent Society Jim & Marjorie $1,000 - $2,499 Determan Thunderbolt Club Thomas Donahue ’62 $500 - $999 Greg & Darla Ernst Tim & Lisa Farmer Green & Gold Club Paul ’84 & Julie $250 - $499 (Wells) ’85 Fix Partners Club Mitch & Pamela Gerdes $100 - $249 Dr. Kevin ’75 & Dr. Patrons Club Lisa Gillespie $50 - $99 Gloria Deo John Gordon ’61 Friends Club Byron & Teresa up to $49 Gorton Margaret Gross Kevin & Lisa Paul Eric Hallgren ’02 Msgr. John Perkinton ’75 Kathleen Hannon ’95 Peter & Joni Piccolo Bradley & Tiffanie Hans Pioneer Printing Hunter & Sheila Harman Dick Rademacher ’60 HBE Becker Meyer Love Patrick Raybould ’75 LLP Ron & Dotti Romero Jeff ’82 & Kristi (Olson) ’83 Ted Sabata ’67 Heng Eric & Therese (McCabe) Duane & Mary Hugo ’78 Sack Dr. Phillip & Dr. Diane Hector Sanchez ’74 Hynes Jon & Jane Schmid Dave & Kate (Kulesher) Fr. Leo Seiker ’82 Jarecke Bill & Kathi Seiler Juliet Kelty ’99 David & Kaela (Olson) ’90 Teresa (Aldrich) Kenney ’78 Stamper Jason Knaus ’96 Thad Standley ’88 Lavern & Canice Kobus Rose Marie Stava Dr. Mike & Ann (Hanigan) Mike & Joan Stuchlik ’87 Kotopka Ken & Joan Stuhr Doug & Michelle Kreifels Jerry & Mary Stukenholtz Don & Paula Kucera Dr. M. Linda (Fischbach) David Lang ’82 Sutherland ’69 Michael Lohmeier ’67 Dr. Vince ’69 & Brenda Gary & Linda Major Sutton Michael & Dea Mandery Harvey & Laura (Schainost) Pam (Schubert) McCabe ’71 ’89 Swanson Allen ’91 & Lisa (Pawloski) Bryn & Christina Tejral McInerney Texas Roadhouse Austin Menke ’10 The Nebraska Neurosurgery Fr. Steve Mills Group LLC Dr. Bill Mobley ’66 Bob & Judy Trippel Mike & Toni Montanez James & Linda Tucker Dr. Peter ’81 & Lori (Lieb) Union Pacific Railroad* ’96 Morin Dean & Christe VanLoon Nebraska Dermatology LLC Msgr. Ivan Vap Gene & Beth Nickman James & Mary Jean Vogel Rich & Karen Noel Dr. Gina (Morgan) Weir ’00 Novartis* Joe & Sophia Werning

Total Dollars Raised ‐ Yearly Comparison As of June 30   |  *Does not include BOLT or Booster Club 


Elmer ’69 & Pam (Brusnahan) ’72 Wessel Brian & Veronica Wharry Dr. Dave ’67 & Joyce (Thompson) ’67 Ziegler GREEN & GOLD CLUB Anonymous (4) Curtis & Michele Abendroth Anne M. Evans Charitable Fund Jerry & Kay Aschoff Dr. Dustin ’91 & Jocelyn Bailey John ’84 & Nancy (Ruby) ’85 Barta Doug & Kay Bartek Megan (Maly) Barton ’97 Mariah (Bell) Becker ’08 Ryan & Christy Beckman Greg Benes ’69 Jim Biggs ’64 Jon ’57 & Becky (McKinney) ’60 Bischof BOEING Gift Matching Program/BPAC program* Clint & Theresa Boothe Maura (Dawson) Browning ’92 Dick Burke ’66 Dr. Mark Burt ’98 Diane Butherus Dick & Melanie Cassidy Bill & Kelly Chapman Mark Chermok ’77 Lance & Amy Chesley Cory & Jenni Christiansen Clark Architects Collabortive 3 Ron Clinch Gregory & Kimberly Coffey Jack & Jane Connealy Alan & Mary Crook Shannon Dawson ’71 Jenny Dawson Meyer ’80 Dr. Kent & Loey Dodson Tom ’82 & Mary Kay Donlan William & Mary Dougherty Rob & Brenda Downey Ann (Vestecka) Dozoretz ’79 R. & Shannon Dusenbery Eclipse Inc Mary (Banker) Elbert ’66 Kevin & Laura Erskine Bill Essay ’75 Dr. Jeanne (Gillespie) Eulberg ’67 Dana & Pat Falter Pastor Farinas ’62 Jim Feather ’64 Douglas ’90 & Jesse (Witkowicz) ’93 Fiedler Aaron & Leslie Frank Greg Frayser ’03 Brent ’96 & Molly (Matison) ’96 Gant Ron & Ann Geary

$1,400,000.00 $1,200,000.00








$1,119,491.03 $90,357.16

$1,071,513.05 $141,549.83




$600,000.00 $400,000.00


$895,819.58 $598,243.73



TOF School Foundation

$0.00 2015‐16

Jo Ann (Gregory) Gould ’86 Matt ’89 & Stacy (Cose) Gutschenritter Richard & Catherine Haden Mitch & Sandy Hartman Dr. Gregory Heidrick ’76 Michael & Monica Henkenius Steve & Patty Henrichsen Thomas Hepburn ’76 Pat & Michelle Hoefener Wayne & Deb Hoge Mike Hoppmann ’71 Don Hovermale Susan Hruby ’74 Ambrose & Nora Hugo Larry Hupka ’63 Dr. Paul & Gail Illich Rich Jablonski ’72 James & Joyce Jaixen Mary Ann Jaros Danny Jenkins ’07 Mary (Wall) Jeppson ’66 Lori Johnson Galin Karpisek ’68 James & Irene Kearney Bill Keefe ’67 Gabe ’99 & Mikaela (Barry) ’99 Kidwell Dave & Ann Kirby Dave Knaus ’98 Tom & Jill (Noel) ’83 Korta Kerry & Jeanna Kowalski Michael Kreikemeier Dan & Susan Krick Doug & Annette (Weskamp) Kunzman Dr. Michael Lang ’74 Robert & Loretta Lang Michael ’63 & Carol (Hauschild) ’63 Laughlin Joe ’80 & Kacey (Dickinson) ’80 Lempka Liberty First Credit Union Dr. John ’89 & Kendra (Karnopp) ’90 Majerus


Kathy (Meade) Meade Hebert ’64 Steve & Colleen Medill Marilyn Mercier Jim Mestl ’64 Fr. Jim Meysenburg Monsanto* Mutual of Omaha Bank* Mark & Jody Navratil Nebraska Nursery & Color Gardens LLC Sue Norris ’81 Seth Odgaard ’93 Tony Ojeda ’89 Kay (Rocke) Owen ’57 Terry & Connie Pachunka George Pavlas ’56 Jeff & Sarah Peetz Kenny & Kris Pfeiffer Pioneer Periodontics & Implant Dentistry Paul Plybon Ed Porn John & Patricia Rajewski Rob & Jenny Reif Jeanne (Demma) Respeliers ’83 Mark & Marty Resseguie Jim & Jolene Ritzman Ron & Pam Ross Russ’s Market Mary Patricia (O’Grady) Sand+ ’45 Joel & Kathy (Vestecka) ’80 Sartore Matthew & Erin Schepers Kevin & Heidi Schieuer Mark & Cindy Schilmoeller Jack & Brenda Schimenti Dale & Suzie Schlautman Joel & Mary Schlautman John Schroeder ’82 Mike & Brenda Sebek Don Shirley ’68 Sid Dillon Buick Nissan Hyundai


Hugh Sieck ’89 Darrell & Shiela Sievert Edward & Elaine Simpson Alan & Ruth Slattery Marvin & Anne Souchek Regina Souchek ’86 Scott Spethman ’83 Curtis & Lisa Staab Jack Stears ’58 Fr. Christopher Stoley ’07 Mark & Margy Stoley Super Saver Mark Surmann ’69 Bob & Jan (Harre) ’85 Swanson Timothy ’71 & Jody Sweeney System Technology Services Dennis Tegtmeier ’65 Brian & Michelle Thavenet The Lincoln Running Co John & Rita (Straub) ’53 Treckman Nichole (Morran) Tucker ’91 Joyce Urbanovsky Dan & Julie Vontz Kent & Lori Vossler Larry & Rose Ann Vrtiska Tom & Ann (Breiner) ’87 Wackel Steve & Barb Wallingford Bill Welch ’62 Michael & Cheryl Wemhoff Chris & Lori Weskamp Wright Way Fuel Dr. Paul & Gia Zuercher PARTNERS CLUB Anonymous (10) Lawrence Abbott ’63 Jim and Mary (Murphy) ’72 Abel Mark & Janice Ackerman William & Katie (Stone) ’97 Aldag Michael Alesio ’61


DeAnna (Ketterer) Alexander ’78 James ’77 & Denise (Baumert) ’76 Alfonsin Jessica (Becker) Allington ’02 Brian ’72 & Janet Allison Jeff & Deb Altman Kim (Vavrina) Alvine ’80 Michael & Lisa Andersen Steve & Lisa (Smith) ’88 Andersen Brent & Becky Anderson Rob Anderson ’80 Ann Andreas+ Tim & Janel Andreasen Peggy (Partington) Apthorpe ’66 Jack Arkfeld Tony & Chris (Kreifels) ’85 Arndt Dr. Mark & Debbie Arneson Awards Unlimited Kevin ’72 & Theresa Aylward Tim ’69 & Gaylene Aylward Lucy Baier Chad & Mary Baker Mary Alice Bals Michael & Lisa Bals Bill Barclay ’65 Bob & Laurie Barnes Scott & Angela Barr Jeff Barrett ’86 Tom ’93 & Kim Barrett Steve & Diane Barton Hank Baum Trent ’88 & Dr. Ann Marie (Walker) ’90 Bausch Doug & Lori Beals Chris & Mary Beardslee Don Becker ’50 Mike & Barb Becker Mike Beecham ’82 Phyllis Behrens ’69 Mary Beth (Haggerty) Bellotti ’70 U 25

Top 10 Alumni Classes Fund for Pius X ‐ Total Giving





$0.00 1961


Margaret Benes Mark ’87 & Tina Benes Matthew ’05 & Katie (Hilger) ’05 Benes Adam & Darci Benson Mike & Kathy Beran Dan & Mary Berning Kathy (Ryan) Berry ’79 Matt & Patty Bideaux Tom & Joanie Bittner Daniel & Monica Blankenau Ken & Lisa Boatman Bob & Mary Ann Bobrowski Dr. Brian & Kathy Boes Jeff & Jenn Boettcher Michael Boland ’69 PJ & Laura Book Chris & Karen Border Dr. Brian & Monica Bossard Kevin & Christina Bousquet Dale & Christine Brandstetter Lucille Brauckmuller Kurt ’84 & Kay (Deschene) ’83 Broer William & Dixie Brogan James & Brandi Brown Jon & Deonne Bruning Michael Bruno ’84 Rob ’89 & Lori (Dustin) ’90 Bryant Van & Trang Bui Judith (Gilmore) Burcham ’56 Chick Burda ’57 Mary Ann Burda ’61 Josh ’11 & Liz (Wiest) ’11 Burks Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation* Dr. Mary (McCabe) Burnett ’79 Scott & Jamie Burns Sally Burt Steve Busick ’77 Barry & Tricia Butler John Butler ’85 Mike ’67 & Karen (Cook) ’67 Butler Dr. Matthew ’96 & Amberly (Divis) ’96 Byington Pam (Walker) Canavan ’88 Liz (Ryan) Cano ’03 Tim & Kim-Yen Cao

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Rene & Maria Cardona Jeff & Carrie Casavant Mike & Arlene Casey Thomas & Adaline (Stefanac) Cashore Bob Caster ’63 Ernesto ’81 & Mary Ann Castillo Helen (Gorynski) Cavin ’63 Brian Cecava Brian & Michele (Griffin) ’81 Chambers Larry ’61 & Donna (Noha) ’60 Champoux Cassie (Banker) Chandler ’66 Gary & Gloria Chmelka Rick & Terri Chmelka Steve & Janice Chramosta Carl Ciani ’80 Matthew Ciani ’84 Eric & Carol Clark Kevin & Laurie (Potter) ’89 Clark Class of 1975 Kathy (Felber) Clayton ’83 Chuck Clifford ’74 Marianne (Clifford) Clifford Upton ’72 Karen Clinch ’06 Carrie (Pope) Colburn ’02 Chris & Lara Collins Shari (Mitchell) Congleton ’79 Kathleen (Garde) Connett ’64 Betsy Contreras Liz (Dodge) Corfield ’60 Victor & Imelda Corpuz Daniel Costello ’83 Bob & Mary Ann Coulter Fr. Gary Coulter ’92 Michael ’55 & Cherie (Brown) ’60 Cowan+ John ’61 & Marilyn (Justice) ’61 Curran Janet Cusick Jost ’73 Don & Carol Daberkow Bill & Sharon Daily Trung & Thuy Dang Dottie (Glenn) Davis ’69 Larry & Ilene Dearking Michael & Brenda Decker Rick Deisler ’93 Dell*





Clint DeMar ’96 Pete Demma ’84 Kathy (Kuchta) Dempsey ’72 Pat & Kathy Diederich Shawn & Bridget Diederich Les & Ellen Digman Jennifer (Slattery) Dilisio ’01 Pat & Rhonda Dodson Shannon (Bryant) Dohmen ’97 Dr. Douglas & Kathleen (Oenbring) ’79 Dolezal Shane & Ann Dolph Paul & Marilyn Dongilli Tim & LuAnn (Morfeld) ’84 Dougherty Tom Duden ’71 Patricia (Sullivan) Duff ’63 Patrick & Michaela (Hansen) Dugan Larry Dugger ’64 Ken ’66 & Marilyn Dustin Linda (Liekhus) Earnest ’82 Gary & Mary Eckrich Jeremy ’97 & Susan (Kapler) ’98 Ekeler Tisha (Rezac) Elder ’91 Jeff & Mary Helen Elliott Glenn & Margaret (Svoboda) ’80 Elwell Steve ’86 & Jaime Engstrom Larry Erdkamp ’85 Bradley & Jeanie Farley Bill & Mary Feltes John & Jeanette Fenton Luis & Patty Fernandez Robert & Amanda (Potter) ’97 Finder Thais Finegan Bob Fitzgerald ’64 Michael & Elizabeth (Jacobs) Fitzgerald Cathy (Nabity) Flood ’83 Juan Florez ’96 Foundation for Educational Services* Ed & Kathy Foy Terry & Darla Frank Matthew & Tabitha Franklin David Frayser ’06 Daniel Fricke ’00 David ’64 & Sharon (Schroeder) ’70 Fusco Donald & Anne Gammill

Dr. Jim Ganser ’63 Dwight & Kathleen Gatzemeyer Michael & Mary Kay Gaura Tony & Sue Gaura GE Foundation* Bernard Geis ’61 Ed & Dottie Gentrup Brianna Georgeson ’99 Colleen Gerleman Jenny (Peatrowsky) Geyer ’96 Dr. Bruce & Janet (Hanigan) ’73 Gfeller Bob & Jane Gibson Fr. Lothar Gilde ’97 Allen Gill Carolyn (Oborny) Gill ’00 Greg ’76 & Mary Jo (Kuchta) ’77 Gillespie Joe Glenn ’67 Daniel ’06 & Laura (Oswald) ’05 Gonnerman Jim & Kendra Goodwin Bradley & Crystal Gose David & Beth Gosselin James ’57 & Mary Gourlay Granite City Food and Brewery Richard Groebner Joann (Hegler) Grosserode ’78 Edward & Connie Guerra Donna (McQuillen) Guilbert ’64 Jim Haas ’77 Patty (Horak) Haddow ’71 Bob Haggerty ’73 Ken & Peggy Hain Michael Hakenkamp ’66 George Hanigan ’66 Richard ’80 & Linda Hanigan Charles & Dorothy Hannasch Edward & Mary Hannon Barry & Fran ’55 Hansen Corey & Monica (Zuerlein) ’97 Hansen John & Cindy Hanzel Karen (Cecava) Hardesty ’84 Bill Harding ’62 John & Teresa Hardy Stan & Pat Harms Gary ’88 & Kim (Gabriel) ’88 Harper Jim & Cathy Harrington Mary Hart Dennis Hartz ’63 Kerry ’89 & Callie (Vogt) ’87 Hartz Neil Hassler ’08 Paul & Michelle (Carr) Hassler John & Sheri Hastings Terrance & Patricia Hastreiter Dave & Elsa (Castillo) ’83 Hatch

Gene & Susan Heath Mary (Essay) Heidrick ’53 Thomas Heidrick ’79 Al & Cindy Heimes Pam (Hake) Heinemann ’86 Dr. Nick Heiser ’00 Eugene & Liz Helget Greg & Ranee Hellbusch Mitch Helman ’01 Dr. Kelly Hendricks ’89 Robert Heng Carolyn (Zechmann) Henry ’86 Mary Hergert Aaron & Sara Hernandez John Herrod ’58 Francis Hesse ’65 James ’88 & Tisha Hewitt Wayne & Cathy Heyen Dan & Jennifer Hicks Paul & Jodie Higgins Jerome Hill ’68 Chris & Anne Hobbs Patricia Hoffman Thomas Hoffman ’67 Virginia (Knight) Holm ’67 Julie (Horner) Horner ’84 Rich ’82 & JoLynn Horner Joe & Mary Jo Hostert Perry & Becky Howell Mike Hoxie ’85 Dan Hruby ’75 Mitch ’83 & Melanie (Ostwald) Hruby Paul Hussey ’89 Dan ’72 & JoAnn (Andreas) ’72 Hyland John ’68 & Nancy (Cook) ’69 Hyland IBM Corporation* Earl & Jeanie Imler Bill Ingram Gregg ’83 & Sheri Jablonski James & Catherine Jacobs Deborah Janky Raymond Janousek Hollis & Joan (Giunta) ’48 Jennings Fr. Lee Jirovsky Gene Jisa ’78 Brian Johnson ’92 Justin & Amy Johnson Patricia (Clinch) Jones ’63 Dave & Marty (Reece) Kapler Gary & Mary Jo Karnopp Randy & Sherry Kaup Fr. Ryan Kaup ’06 Gene Kavanaugh ’75 Chad & Cheryl Kearns Jeremie & Jaime Kerkman Jody Kerr Joe & Deb Kerr Joe & Lisa Kerrigan Dennis ’71 & Maureen (Aksamit) ’72 Kipper Richard ’56 & Ann (Hauschild) ’58 Kirk Linda Kistler

Top 10 Alumni Classes

Fund for Pius X - Participation Percentage

Class Participation Total

Gary & Marilyn Kleinschmit David & Diana Kluthe Bob ’62 & Susan (Connealy) ’62 Knight Matt & Michele Knobbe Brad & Lori Koehn Bob & Florence Koenig Michelle (Ruby) Koester ’83 Richard ’70 & Kathi Kohel Larry & Shannon Kohmetscher Jeff & Annette Kohn Rick & Joan Konecky Patricia Krause Jordan Kreifels ’03 Todd & Dr. Kelly Krier Daniel & Tama Krings Jeff & Kathy Krinke Cecilia Kruml Gary & Nancy Krumland Kim (Bringman) Kudron ’88 Joe & Charity Kuehn Mike & Kim ’74 Kuhle Wanda Kumke Larry Kunc Shawn & Mary Labadie Rick & Ann Lafler John Lahiff ’60 Dan Lambe ’88 Scott Langan ’83 Stan ’57 & Janet (Mutchie) ’57 Larchick Jim & Anne Larsen Fr. Caleb LaRue Kirk & Chris Laughlin Dung & Nancy Le Dr. Hoang-Oanh Le ’02 Thanh & Kim Le Toan & Tuyen Le Kathy (Lehr) Lehr-Cochrane ’71 Suzanne (Armstrong) Leicht ’61 Dr. Stacy Jo Lempka ’85 Kimberly (Hilger) Lepper ’02 Greg & Cassandra Lesiak Daniel & Connie Lindenstein Jerome & Karen Linderman Steve & Laurie Lindgren Carrie Lindsey ’97 Christopher Lindsey ’93 J.D. Linscott ’97 Ken Livingston ’57 Larry & Barbara Lockhart Joseph Lohmeier ’54 Scott ’89 & Angie Lonergan Marilyn (Knight) Long ’56 John Lott ’65 Brenden Love ’11 Gary ’73 & Cindy Love Jim ’62 & Mary Anne Love John ’61 & Susie (Schmitt) ’62 Love Sharon (Hausner) Lowell ’63 Kathleen (Donahue) Lubien ’60 Steven Lukas ’63

Robert & Katinka Lyons Kyle & Dorci Mabie Nichole (Morgan) MacDonald ’97 Rod & Jill Machacek Mary (O’Brien) MaCoy ’60 Joe & Ruthie Maguire Rick Maher ’70 Jeff Mahoney ’88 Peggy Mahoney ’67 Ngoc & Lien (Chu) Mai Jerry Majerus ’80 Tim ’87 & Dr. Sarah (Cada) ’87 Majerus Tom & Deidre (Webb) ’79 Malmstrom Roger ’84 & Michele Maly Craig & Patty Marmie Tony Marquis ’84 Danny & Karen Marsh Paul & Barb Marsolek Curt & Joy Martin Dean & Julie Martin Wayne & Anne Matthes Edward & Mary May Katie McAdams ’02 David & Jan McChesney Don & Donna McClure Keith & Mary McConnell Mike & Janice McConnell Brig. Gen. Michael McCrory ’66 Michael & Mary McCusker Bob & Mary Kay McDonald Dorothy McEniry Shawn & Jodi McGill Shannon McGovern ’73 Bob & Annette (Shirley) ’79 McGuire Debra McGuire Steve & Elaine McInerney Michael McKean ’68 Robert & Margaret McKitterick Michael McLachlan ’64 James McLaughlin ’66 Mike & Judy Meagher Charlie & Jenny Medinger Tom Melby ’57 Tim & Bea Menke Tim Mertens ’86 Dennis & Ronna Meyer Scott & Nhi Meyer Mary Ann Micek Pat & Julie Milburn Mike & Mary Mild Jim ’72 & Mary (Samek) ’72 Miller Dr. Josh & Sarah Miller Mary (Shugrue) Miller ’59 Dan & Salissa Mlnarik Marlene Molacek Abram & Rosaura Morales Richard Moravec Michael & Kristie Morgan Gayle Morin Fr. Mike Morin ’78 Jered & Jamie Morris Eugene Morrissey Daniel Morrow ’01

Steve ’71 & Lynn (Dickinson) ’71 Morrow Dan & Shelley Moser Eileen Mueller Steve Mueting ’64 Matt Mullendore ’94 Anne (Kucera) Munger ’00 Mike Murphy ’71 Fr. Patrick Murphy ’59 Connie (Hunsaker) Myers ’61 Kathy (Schmidt) Nannen ’63 Richard ’52 & Nancy Neal+ Amy (DeVries) Nebbia ’81 Michael ’89 & Aimee (Sand) ’90 Nebel Paul & Lori Neesen Dai & Leslie Nguyen Kevin & Tessy Nguyen Tai & Cindy Nguyen Vu & Quynh Nguyen Vu Long & Minh Hoa Nguyen Chris & Lisa Noecker Jimmer ’87 & Susan (Burger) ’87 Noel John ’82 & Betsy Noel Fred & Carleen Novak Tom & Marty Novotny Stephen & Marilyn Oborny Betsy (White) O’Brien ’63 Roger Obrist ’97 Nancy O’Connell ’58 Michael & Melissa Oehm Ronald & Susan Ogden Bob & Peg Ogea-Ginsburg James O’Grady ’50 Dwain & Donna Ohnoutka Rene ’67 & Candice Ojeda Mary O’Shea Jeanne (Young) Ostlund ’70 Mark & Mary Oswald Troy & Michele (Knopik) ’83 Ott R Jerry Overgaard ’58 Matthew Owens ’01 Jordan Paul ’10 Melissa (Widhelm) Payne ’92 Courtney (Pieper) Peiffer ’06 Michael & Becky Pella James & Amy Pelowski Pepsi Cola Bottling Co Joan (Hanson) Perry ’49 Doris Petrzilka Bridgett (Breitfelder) Petzoldt ’92 Bernard & Mary Pieper Craig Pleskac ’88 Tony ’00 & Sarah ’00 Podany Terri Jo Podraza ’80 Kelly ’82 & Mary Pohlen Peggy Polacek Dr. Gerald & Madeline (Gourlay) ’51 Polesky Val Policky ’61 Ron & Marcene Polivka Ronald ’86 & Amy Polivka Ryan & Becky Pollock


30% $7,668


25% $3,790


25% $19,850


24% $5,873


22% $2,441


22% $8,335


22% $7,148


21% $9,323


21% $4,966


20% $7,938


20% $5,280


20% $3,645

Mikayla (Wagner) Pond ’09 Larry & Sharon Poskochil Tom & Karen Post Marie (Phelan) Powell ’60 Marlene Power Tim Power ’84 Patty (Inbody) Powles ’81 David & Joyce Prchal Michael ’62 & Mary (Rezac) ’62 Prokop Dominic & Mary (Elsener) ’80 Pynes Megan (Slattery) Pytleski ’06 John & Eileen Quinto Randall & Cara Ramaekers David & Mary-Lynne Rankin Nick Rasby ’01 Mary Rasmussen Bob & Donna Rau Jane Raybould ’77 Fr. Daniel Rayer Kory & Deborah (Wenzl) ’79 Reed REGA Engineering Group Inc John ’79 & Natalie Regan Jose & Marilyn Regueira Jill (Kinney) Reid ’87 Jim Reinsch ’82 Paul Reinsch ’70 Greg & Mary Reisdorff Robert & Marcy Reisdorff Thomas & Peggy Reisher Dave Ress ’76 Larry & Janet Resseguie Donna Richards Brantly Richardson ’59 Priscilla (Sullivan) Richardson ’54 Wes & Monica Richert Gary Riggs ’78 Dan & Amy Riley Kenneth & Colleen Ring Michael ’03 & Caitlin (May) ’04 Riordan Sonya Robinette Gary & Sandra Robinson Tim & Margery Rollman

Michael & Barb Romberg Mary (Maixner) Rooney ’69 Elaine Rosburg Dan & Margie Rosenthal Mitch & Karen Rowley Mike & Ruth Royse Robert & Carol Ruskamp Dave & Mary Beth Rutledge Fredrick Ruzicka ’71 Bill Ryan ’91 Patrick Ryan ’84 Kathie Rynearson Graciela Salazar Sam’s Club Stephanie Sander ’54 Dennis & Judy Sasek Ted & Janna Sasse Gerald & Paula Sayker John & Sheri Scheer Dan & Barb Schepers Ron & Claire Schinkel Eric Schlautman ’96 Kevin ’90 & Heather Schlautman Frank Schmal ’59 Jeff & Anne Schmidt Linda Ann Schmidt Jim Schmitz ’59 Bob Schneider ’63 Daniel & Shari Schneider Dave & Elizabeth Schneider Schneider Electric/Square D Foundation* Dr. Steven & Mary Schrad Dennis & Ruth Ann Schulte Dennis Schuster ’62 Quirt & Susan Scott Gregory Sealock ’89 Robert & Diane Sealock Tom & Cheryl Seib Zachary Seier ’08 Msgr. Daniel Seiker ’79 Fr. Mark Seiker ’76 Vince & Theresa Seiker Dionne Seiler ’96 Lynnette (Hannasch) Sellon ’82 Michael & Lori (Thorpe) ’74 Shaal U 27

John Shandera ’98 Patrick & Elizabeth Shea Eileen (Shemek) Shellhouse ’69 Larry Shepard ’74 Tim & Geri Shipley Dorothy Showers Robert & Bonnie Sittig Jim & Marilyn Slattery Mark & Lynn (Smith) ’86 Sloan Joseph & Teri Sloup Jim Smiley ’75 Dick & Shelly Smith Sharon Smith Kelly & Amber (Warner) ’95 Soden Maryann (Boumann) Spahni ’66 Gerald Spethman ’79 Jan Spethman Mary Spethman Richard & Beth Sposato Scott & Linda Stacy Lucas Steinhauser ’99 Jason & Angie Stellingwerf Keith Stemper ’60 Marshall & Dawn Stephens Don & Sheila Stewart Don & Elaine Stewart John ’84 & Lisa (Holmes) ’77 Steyer Lisa (Hain) Stiffler ’83 Lt. Col. Mike Streeter ’68 Walter & Ellen Stroup Mary (Sweeney) Stuart ’66 Jason & Sherri Suelter John Sugrue Jerry & Sara Sukup Dan ’83 & Shelly Sullivan Jon & Sandi Sullivan Dr. Michael Sullivan ’68 Tom Sullivan ’64 Terry & Nancy Svik Ann (Mahoney) Swarts ’73 Tim & Lynn Sweeney Chuck & Diane Swerczek Matthew Swetland ’71 Gregory & Ann Swim Patricia (Rooney) Taylor ’57 Kim (Cao) Thai ’92 The Pentair Foundation* The Thompson Co. Ryan & Shelly (Kidwell) ’90 Theil Jeanne Theis Jo (Deany) Theis ’76 Michael & Cheryl Thiele Carolyn (Baker) Thomas ’74 Gustave & Val Thomas Doris Thorpe Tom ’75 & Shelley Thorpe Harry & Mary Tilley Peter & Jean (Hanigan) ’88 Timmerman David Tinius ’70 Dr. Wesley & Ann Tomhave Alex & Tuyet Tran Hung & Thuy Tran

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Victoria Tran ’10 Jeannie Travers John & Barb Tremain Daniel Tresnak ’64 Patrick & Minh Trinh Tammy (Hafer) Tyburski ’76 Greg & Deana Unger Union Agency Karen Urbanovsky-Martin ’80 Jerome Urwiller ’69 Roger & Cindy Uttecht William Valinch ’62 Jon & Joyanne Van Bloom James & Geraldine Van Etten Josh Van Kirk ’00 Fr. Matthew Vandewalle ’88 Kurt Verkamp Michael Vestecka ’79 Ginny (Aandahl) Vinton ’60 John Voboril ’87 Marguerite Voges Colby Vogt ’90 Frank & Nancy (Sawdon) ’62 Vogt Lisa (Carlson) Vrana ’96 Jerry & Christina Vrbka Scott & Jeanne Vrbka Rita Vrchota Stephen Wagner ’67 Eugene & Margie Walker Jeff & Janell Walker Rennie Walt Vince & Jennifer Ward Jim & Carol Wathen Peter & Lea Lynn Wawers JoAnn Weaver Bertha (Davey) Weitzel Dr. Bryan & Mary Welty Chad Wemhoff ’94 Elmer & Jane Wemhoff Eric Wenzl ’87 Gregory ’84 & Kay (Pike) ’86 Wenzl Vicki Wenzl Michael & Patricia Wernke Gerald Wessel ’66 Jim & Heather Whalen Myron & Hannah Wilder Wilmer & Linda Wilhelm Dr. B.J. & Lori Wilson Matt & Melissa (Power) ’90 Wilson Maria Witkowicz ’71 Edward & Valerie Wittstruck Ben Woods ’96 Michael & Dr. Carmen Zalman Dave & Luann Zastrow Steve ’83 & Julie (Wakefield) ’84 Zeplin John Ziegler ’68 Laura Ziems ’96 Walter & Carol Zink

PATRONS CLUB Anonymous (4) Rick & Lori (Ohnoutka) ’80 Abel Phil & Janice (Bargmann) ’71 Admire David & Nancy (Strizek) ’84 Allder Bruce & Darla Allen Laura (Phillips) Allen ’98 Ryan Allen ’95 Allstate* AmazonSmile Foundation Don & Mary Anderson Laura (Cassel) Andrews ’06 Archie ’78 & Kathleen (Maly) Arnt Michelle (Bader) BaderReiling ’03 Douglas & Wendy Badje Richard & Amanda Baier Jonathan & Ann (Morin) ’75 Baker David Bals Timmy Barber ’00 Rob & Koni (Westra) ’82 Barie Mike & Donna Barnes Scott & Ann Barnett Mary Barr Joe Barrett ’92 Bob Bartlett ’66 Angela (Lindgren) Bates ’96 Jonathan Bauer ’87 James ’75 & Krystal Baumert Glen & Cindy Becker Scott & Lisa Belden David Benes ’81 Edwin & Sally Benes Larry Benes ’81 Mitch ’04 & Maria (Van Etten) ’03 Benes Terry ’83 & Jan Benes Victor Benes ’77 Zachary Benes ’08 Joseph & Tammy Bernadt Fr. Joseph Bernardo Evelyn Bierhaus Duane & Janice Blowers Gene & Mary Jane Boes William & Joan Bonkiewicz Ryan Bosn ’97 Sean Bottger ’05 Joyce Bowar Larry Bowman Alicen (Schulte) Brandl ’97 Jeff & Sue (Noel) ’79 Braun Kevin Breen ’80 Jim & Cathy Brown Kathy (Hahn) Brown ’72 Dennis & Diane Brozek Harold & Kathryn Brumm+ Jeff Bryant ’70 Elise Buchman ’75 Dr. Robert Buchman Jim & Carolyn Buckmaster Tuan Nhat & Nhung Thi Bui Kathleen Burda

Wayne & Rose Burling Monica (Rentschler) Buscher ’06 Patty (Melby) Bush ’59 Eric Butler ’85 Patricia Cantwell Lee & Luann Cao Sharon (Combs) Caravetta ’94 Myron ’60 & Marcia (Stainbrook) ’60 Carkoski Jonathan & Melissa Carpenter Jim & Pam Cassel Elliott & Sue Castillo Christina (Deck) Cattou ’98 Chris & Stacy Cerio Steve Champoux Donna (Tegtmeier) Chapman ’64 Richard & Roselyn Chelewski Eileen Childerston Jacque (Morrow) Christensen ’01 Karl & Christine Christensen David & Julie Churilla Troy & Rebecca Cisneros Teri (Rotherham) Clapper ’85 John & Mary Clark Lenny & Carol Clarkson Adam Classen ’98 Fr. Craig Clinch ’03 Jerry & Judith Clinch Kurt Clyne ’67 John & Maritza Coffey Dennis Collier Jerry Coniglio Debra (Conley) ConleyLudwig ’75 Matthew & Wendy Conrad Gene & Sherry Coppersmith Betty (Hanigan) Costantini ’84 Andrew Creal ’97 George ’59 & Marie (Baker) ’61 Cunningham John Curry ’83 Nick ’69 & Ann (Schroeder) ’69 Cusick Donna (Schroer) Damrow ’66 Lexie Deahn ’10 Jim DeMars ’62 Craig & Katie Derickson Nolan & Ashley DeWispelare Paul & Hillary Dodson Shawn & Jacquelan Doering Beverly Dolezal Larry Donahue ’64 Kathryn (Pleskac) Doné ’97 Mary (Pusateri) Douglas ’58 Tim Doyle ’67 Dan & Pat (Koerner) ’81 Drozda Matthew Dunagan ’98

Christie Dwyer Gary Ebert ’72 Thomas Eckery ’77 Donna Edwards Frank & Jolene Egelhoff Melissa & Travis Eickhoff Nancy (Buck) Elder ’63 Mary Ann & Walt (Walter) Ernesti Joanne (Groth) Ernst ’94 John Esser ’65 Elizabeth (Downing) Estler ’73 Joan (Schroeder) Faldtz ’70 Curt & Stephanie Faust Dr. Michael & Susan Ferris Sherl Fetter Mariana & Jose Figueroa Fr. Joseph Finn Kevin & Chris Fish Traci (Frankforter) Fisher ’85 Mary (Masur) Foerster ’83 Kathleen (Sullivan) Fortner ’61 Connie & John Freudenberg Keith & Mary Frey Jeri (Strizek) Froschheiser ’61 Tony & Judy (Vandewalle) ’93 Fulton Aaron Furasek ’00 Terry ’62 & Marie (Schmal) ’62 Fusco Tom & Judy Gant Timothy & Joan Garity Gemar & Associates, Inc Kathy (Dalton) Gerdes ’89 Greg & Joyce Gibney Mary (Ralston) Gibson ’61 Ryan Gildea ’03 Pat & Barb Gill Patty (Fijan) Gilmore ’70 Bob Glenn ’84 Kathleen (Fischbach) Glenn ’67 Norm & Carol Goldsmith Gramercy Hill Tom & Deb Greitens Neil Grubaugh ’02 Julie (Darnell) Grubb ’66 Jeannette (Haggerty) Hadsall ’69 Dr. Gerard & Mary Beth Hafner Richard & Nadine Hain Connie Hajek David & Carolyn Hall Larry Hall ’63 Joe Hames Bill & Cynthia Hanus Ron & Lori Hanway John Hanzlicek ’78 Audrey (Katz) Haveman ’01 Britt ’00 & Katie (Reinsch) ’99 Hayes Jennifer (Larson) Heggen ’89 Tony & Judi Heinzmann Gary & Donna Helman Katie (Kasper) Helzer ’73 Verne & Linda Hennessey

John Herrod ’92 Jean (Erickson) Heuke ’66 Nancy Higgins ’64 Tim Higgins ’78 Hiland Dairy Dan & Debbie (Rerucha) ’79 Hile Thomas Hoffman ’79 Randy & Tracy Holcomb Matt & Kelli Hollamon Carrie Holmes Theresa (Nannen) Homan ’82 Colby Honke ’08 Terry & Connie Honke Mick ’73 & Diane (Franssen) ’73 Horak Steve & Lee Ann Hotovy Kent & Genalee Hoxmeier Jay Hull Sharon (Messineo) Jacobson ’60 Delores Jaixen Edward Jaros ’05 Eloyce (Johnson) Jensen ’70 Jim & Danetta Jensen Lucille Jillson Mick Johnson ’65 Tina (Svatos) Johnson ’95 Lora (Nobbman) Jones ’66 Dr. Michael Jones ’76 Kristin Jorgensen John & Liesa (Ojeda) ’88 Kasparek Tom & Karen Kathe Thomas ’68 & Marron (Zimmer) ’69 Keady Patrick & Shawn (Tracy) ’82 Kean Craig & Natalie Keaschall Larry & Laura Keiter Jennifer (Braun) Keitges ’86 John & Lois Kenkel Thonya (Fenton) Kennedy ’86 Joel Kerkman ’94 Jacob (Jake) Kessler ’98 Mike Kinney ’91 June (Berryman) Klute ’66 Tim & Mary (Aldrich) ’74 Knight Marion & Betty Kobza Mike Kobza ’64 Rob & Deb Kobza Wayne Kobza ’71 Bob & Ellen Koehler Bret & Emily Koenig Doug & Mary Koenig Toby ’89 & Jennifer (May) ’89 Korensky Jesse & Angie Korus Ken & Kathy Kottich Jerry & Patti Kowalski Josh & Ashley Krajewski Stephen & Diane Krajicek Chad ’75 & Susan Krause Kerry Krause ’79 Ron ’72 & Susan (Vosburg) ’72 Krause

Stephanie Krause Chuck & Kaye Kreikemeier Mark & Patty Krings Ron ’86 & Carla Kruml Cindy Kubat ’70 Michael & Karen Kucera Katie Kudron ’10 Dr. Terrance & Julie Kullbom Anne (Daddario) LaBella ’85 Philip Lang ’87 Linda (Karre) Larson ’84 Keith & Michelle Laue Don & Lisa Laurell Cuong & Chi Le Maureen (Sullivan) Liddle ’70 Dick & Carolyn Lieb Mike ’72 & Cathy (Schwindt) ’73 Lien Barbara (Voelker) Liesveld ’80 Jamie (Linebaugh) Linn ’79 Mike Lintel ’72 Harry & Darlene Lipert Benjamin Logsdon ’05 Maria (Suero) Lopez ’65 Peg (Mickells) Lorkovic ’59 John ’70 & Diane (Zitek) ’70 Loudon Gary & Mary Luebbert David Luken ’67 Julie (Childerston) Lutjeharms ’90 Shawn & Margy (Lackey) ’82 Mahler Michael Majerus ’78 Michael Manning ’03 Janet (Justice) Marshall ’57 Troy ’98 & Katy (Schmidt) ’97 Martin Peggy (Brusnahan) Matthews ’80 Z. B. & Lois Mayo Dorothy McBride Andrew ’00 & Jori (Krause) ’01 McCarville Bill & Mary McClurg Arleen McCrory Zachary McDermott ’06 Mark & Beth McElroy Tom ’71 & Ursula (Jablonski) ’71 McLaughlin Mary (DeMars) McLennan ’55 Joan (Schammel) McMahon ’58 Jeannie McManus ’87 Tracy (Moline) McNulty ’89 Mike ’83 & Linda (Strizek) ’82 McQuiston Tom Meagher ’00 Luciano & Margaret Medel Medtronic Foundation* Wynn & Sheila Mehlhaff Lawrence & Mary Menebroker Ken & Marcia (Creal) ’66 Merboth

Joe Millard ’74 Michael ’05 & Kristie (Dugas) ’05 Millard Diane Miller Michael Miller ’75 Ron & Ann Miller Kent & Peggy Mills Justin Minchow ’15 Todd & Laura Minchow Jake Moore James & Dr. Catherine (Langdon) ’83 Morphew Travis & Sara Morris Brian Morrow ’95 John Morrow ’96 Ricardo & Karen Munoz James Murphy Virgil Nabity Patty (Tracy) Nave ’72 Gayle Nelson Phu & Thuy Nguyen Marilyn (Stern) Nickell ’62 Tracey (Eitel) Niedner ’88 David & Margaret Novacek Frank Novak ’63 Thomas & Trish Obrist Nate Odgaard ’88 Charles ’51 & Donna O’Grady Kevin Ondracek Michael & Esther Ortiz Brett & Michelle Overhalser Brian & Lindsay Owens William & Diane Payne Marjorie Pelowski Patrick ’01 & Tammi (Milburn) ’01 Peterman D. Petr Mike Petruconis ’87 Jeff & Amy Pfeifer Pfizer Foundation* Eric & Thuy Pham Nicole (Heideman) Pick ’06 Robert & Shelly Pick Marion & Shawndel Polivka Ginny Prince Ally Pryor ’11 Larry & Kristy Punteney Rick & Georgeanne Rashilla Randy & Susan Ratliff Robert & Eileen Raun Christine (Rose) Reenders ’74 Theresa (Shemek) Reeves ’68 David & Kim (Hoffman) ’85 Reinhardt Don & Kay Rempe Duane Rempe ’62 Irene Rezac Larry & Joyce Rezac Thomas Rezac ’69 Rich & Mary Beth Rice Marvalee Richardson Matthew & Connie Richardson Tim & Joni Richter George ’55 & Patricia Riggs John Rink Tim Ritzo ’63

Catherine (O’Grady) Rokke ’53 Shirley Roloff Roger & Angela (Martin) ’86 Root Don & Virginia (Krouse) ’56 Rowen Kathleen (Wood) Ruby ’67 Andrew & Denise Ruder Peter & Christine Ruhl Jillian (Jakub) Rutledge ’97 Ron & Mary Ryan Mick & Jennifer Sager Jerry & Janice Salber Jenni (Reisdorff) Samson ’03 Judy (Stone) Scdoris ’87 Thomas ’71 & Joan (Perkinton) ’72 Scdoris Dave & Anita Scheuler Natalie (Tharnish) Schlaebitz ’75 Joshua Schlautman ’02 Ronald & Theresa Schlautman Gary & Jolene Schleppenbach Stephen & Judi Schlife Shawn Schmid ’81 Alan & Barbara Schmidt Michael Schmidt ’68 Jenny Schnase Daren & Amy Schriner Karen Schroeder ’72 Louise Schroeder Kathy (Kopf ) Schulz ’73 Timothy ’96 & Tracy (Makovicka) ’96 Sealock Brad ’88 & Karrie Seeman Scott Shipferling ’65 Amy & Gregg Shonka William & Agnes Shonka Weston & Katie Sieck Kevin & Mary Silvey Ronald Smith ’66 Joan (Knox) Smyth ’61 Terry & Patricia (Patterson) ’56 Spencer Jim & Kathy Spitsen Jean (Rink) Spriggs ’87 Kathy (Bourke) Starr ’63 Wesley & Lynn (Strasburg) ’75 Stebbins Christopher & Julie Steffen Kathleen (Eskey) Steinke ’66 Kathleen Stimpson-Willuhn ’73 Joan (Magsamen) Stoner ’81 Roger & Jan Stortenbecker JoAnn (Crable) Strandquist ’92 Lindsay Strizek ’04 William Strunc ’66 Mary (Kehr) Stucky ’65 Jim Sullivan ’63 Linda Sullivan ’67 Eric & Cindy Sura Gary & Marlene Svatos John & Sharon Svoboda Patricia (Kopf ) Swenson ’59

Vivian Swink Chris (Vestecka) Taylor ’75 Elmer & Veronica Tharnish Brad & Sherry Thavenet Dale & Kim Theisen Mike & Jackie Thompson Terri (Boland) Thompson ’72 Fr. Sean Timmerman ’94 Leanne & Tim Timmons Mark ’67 & Karen (Higgins) ’67 Tinius David Titterington ’68 Mandy (Thelen) Tuls ’94 U.S. Bancorp Foundation* Ashley (Goldsmith) Ulrich ’95 Daniel & Andrea Ulrich Donald & Kathy Ulrich Mary (Reinsch) Van Der Bosch ’82 Cindy (Petrzilka) Van Groningen ’79 Dick ’64 & Cheryl (Payne) ’66 Vaske Gary Venhaus ’56 Tom & Cathy Verplank Frank Vestecka ’72 John Vestecka ’75 Michaela Vestecka ’06 Kirk & Janice Vifquain Luis & Rogene Villamonte Colleen (Power) Vlach ’87 Julie Volkmer Kristin Vu Joseph ’51 & Marilyn Wachter CarLee (Reiser) Wadell ’02 Lance & Barb Wagner Cindy (Wagner) WagnerWiebeck ’77 David & Patricia Walbrecht Clarence & Cynthia (Aksamit) ’66 Waldman Beth (Van Gundy) Walker ’70 Julie (LeGrande) Wente ’84 Rita Wesely David Westra ’83 John Westra ’80 David Westwood ’79 Tiffany (Roubal) White ’93 Linda Wiater ’77 Alan & Joyce Wickman Mary (Kopf ) Wilcox ’73 David & Candice Wise Clark & Judi Wittwer Paul & Anne Wolfe Jay & Mary Woltemath Rick & Lori Wordekemper Col. Tom Yax ’59 Skip ’61 & Lucy (Mutchie) ’61 Young Amy (Gray) Zeleny ’89 Steven & Patty Zeleski Mick Ziegler ’64 Ron Zimmer ’60 Robert & Karla Zito U 29

FRIENDS CLUB Anonymous (6) Helen (Stefkovich) Adams ’67 Thomas Aguilar ’64 Gus & Jamie (Nelson) ’95 Akins Arthur Aksamit ’74 Melissa Aksamit ’99 Todd Aksamit ’80 Tim & Angie Alberts Tom & Lynne Albin Dan & Genny Albrecht Macario Andrade James Andreas ’70 Kris (Herre) Andry ’86 Jeffrey & Claire (Hicks) Babl Lori (Kuntz) Baldwin ’76 Brandon Bartek ’98 Jessica (Novak) Bauers ’92 Mary Pat Baumert Pete ’72 & Jackie Beau Peter Beierle Tom & Pam Beiermann Tommy & Cathy (Blankenau) ’91 Bender Jeffrey Benes ’85 Kenneth ’80 & Joan (Morrissey) ’82 Benes Kristen Benes ’15 Michael Benes ’79 Esteban Benton ’11 Michael & Judith Berggren James & Cecelia Bernadt Judy (Smith) Beste ’65 Robert & Marilyn Bewley Glen & Joanne Beyke Jeri (Reinig) Bierbower ’82 Morgan Birkel ’11 Zach Birkel ’11 Eric Bishop John & Lorraine Bittner Mary Ann Blain Bruce Bode ’86 Paul & Linda Boeshart Cheri (Hoff) Boettner ’62 John Boever Dean & Susan Bogue David & Theresa Bonifant Karen Bonkiewicz Nolan Border ’11 Lisa Borzekofski Thuy Bouc Elva (Berryman) Bourgeois ’67 Kate Brakenhoff ’15 Paul Brannen ’64 Shaun ’96 & Erica (Woltemath) ’00 Brannen Bridget (Ellingson) Bredenkamp ’98 Chuck Breunig Clara (Ostdiek) Bricher ’57 Earl & Donna (Plisek) ’48 Bridger Mary (Baker) Briggle ’65 Maryann Deno Brock Andrew Broer ’98 Larry & Linda Brokofsky

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Bob Brooks ’74 Carole Brow ’65 Kathy (Houser) Brown ’57 William & Sherri Browning Michael & Tonja Buchholz Doug & Stacy Buescher Linda (Clancy) Buethe ’68 Troy & DeEtta (Kildare) Bumgardner Danielle (Effken) Burbach ’07 Nicholas & Cindy Buresh Robin Burianek ’85 Melon & Yvette Buzi Carrie Cada ’90 Sally (Quattrocchi) Cameron ’67 Carl & Lisa Campbell David Cao ’14 Joseph & Mary (Knorr) ’52 Carter Marina Carter Jared ’05 & Shannon (Zuerlein) ’05 Castillo Julian ’84 & Roberta (Mason) ’84 Castillo John Cecava ’14 Jacqueline Cerda Jeff & Tracy (Neumayer) ’90 Chapelle Stephen Charko ’71 Dennis Clare ’68 Donna (Fryberger) Clark ’59 Dr. John ’65 & Nancy (McCrory) ’69 Clyne Rose (Rejda) Codr ’63 Terry & Judy Comstock Lillian Coniglio Katie (Nebel) Cook ’92 Connie (Ostdiek) Coup ’66 Deb (Vampola) Cox ’74 John & Lori Cox Bob & Mary Creal Matthew & Ame Creglow Frank Crisler ’80 Robert ’54 & Charlotte (Jonas) ’57 Crosby David & Michelle Crouse Patricia (Swanson) Crow ’67 Nancy (Kouma) Cubrich ’83 James & Judy Cunningham Thomas Cunningham ’97 Mary (Stastny) Daley ’57 Chuck ’67 & Rosie (Samek) ’68 Dalton James Dalton ’15 Thomas Dalton ’14 Pam (Masciotro) Daly ’72 Dan & Sharon Danaher Dave Danahy ’74 Steven Danahy ’66 Patrick & Carol Darnell William & Mary Davenport Katie (Theisen) Davis ’09 Matthew & Mary Davis Brad & Amy (Lieb) ’91 Decker Dave Degenhardt ’79 Richard & Patricia Deisler

Karen (McManus) Dey ’83 Debra (Barry) DiChellis ’76 David & Terri Dier Paul & Kandice Dion Larry & Ronda Dix Sidney & Mary Doher Michael ’99 & Kathy (Gfeller) ’99 Donlan Michael & Cindy Donnelly Jeff & Kim Dostal Anne Driewer Bob ’83 & Diane Duden Dave Duden ’79 Susan (Kadavy) Dupont ’69 Sr. Lynn Easley ’59 Barb Eberhart Karen (Wiater) Edwards ’82 David & Kellie (Vrbka) ’81 Effken Lucas Eisenbarth ’07 Michael Emmerich ’05 Tana (Power) Erickson ’81 Michaela (Wortman) Erixson ’80 Cindy Essay Cheri (Soucie) Esslinger ’65 Roger & Patty Evans Daniel Faltermeier ’66 Audrey (Asplin) Farley ’72 John & Jane Farrell Frank Faughn ’69 George ’04 & Monica (Fujan) ’05 Fayad Richard & Virginia Fischer Richard & Mary (Kalvoda) ’90 Fisher Phillip Fitzekam ’77 Maureen Fitzgerald ’05 Sean Flattery ’10 Rod & Geri Flink Tricia (Mostek) Florea ’93 Cathy (Wiater) Fluckey ’81 Michelle Foley Kara Foster-Koos ’88 Constance Fouts Mike & Christine Fox Karen Francis John Franssen ’83 Tim Franssen ’76 Kurt & Dawn (Spickelmeier) Frazey Cindy (Keating) Fritton ’85 Conni (Payne) Fry ’68 Edna Fujan Lauren (Kurtenbach) Funk ’07 Sueann (Wilson) Fusselman ’61 Sally Gaines-Mckee Ed Gentert ’77 Greg & Lynette Gibbs Matt & Mary Kay Gillan Thomas Giltner ’69 Christopher & Carmen Goeden Stephen & Stacy Gonifas Doug Goodwater ’92 Mary Gordon ’67

Rick ’76 & Mona (Parra) ’77 Gossard Kevin & Mary Griffin Dwight Groth ’78 Tracy & Jan Grubaugh Shawn & Kathleen Gude Julio Gutierrez ’15 Joe ’74 & Rhonda Haas Stephen Haas ’66 Ben Hagedorn ’00 Robert & Connie Hampl Philip Hanigan ’15 Jim & Teresa (Easley) ’82 Hansen Carol (Hanson) Hanson Greene ’76 Geoffrey ’81 & Pat (Weitzel) ’81 Harrison Sandy (Fraas) Harrison ’68 Scott ’92 & Karla (Wemhoff) ’92 Hartz Leona Hastreiter Rita (Linneman) Hatten ’74 Lisa Hayden Randy & Carol Heesacker Kelly & Julie Heftie Tim & Annette Helman Jeanne (Trumble) Hess ’62 Gordon & Shirley ’55 Heuertz Terry & Beverly Hiatt Sarah Hohenfeldt ’98 Joan (Hildebrand) Holmquist ’78 Scott & Karen Hooper Josh & Gina Horn Rick & Kathleen Horsley Mike & Jessica Hosek Tom Houlihan ’70 Randy ’83 & Julie Houser Julie (Irvin) Hunter ’78 Susie Imlay Cheryl Irwin Mary Jo (McDonnell) Iwan ’63 Debbie (Van Slyke) Jarosik ’89 Bill ’71 & Corinne (Benes) ’71 Jarrett Alex Jilek ’15 Betty Johnson Jeanine (Sintex) Johnson ’76 John & Susan (Kouma) ’77 Johnson Joan (Stratman) Johnston ’74 Bonnie Kadavy ’67 Kade Kalkowski ’15 Marcie Kalvoda Shripat & Linda Kamble Rick Karpisek ’72 Joan Kasik Ted Kastl ’96 Bob ’78 & Pat (Danahay) ’76 Kavan Anna (Wolfe) Kavanaugh ’05 Paul & Mary (Crumrine) Keating Alice Keller-Spilker

Joann (Hraban) Kempton ’68 Alex Kerr ’16 George & Patricia Ketterer Mary (Kruger) King ’99 Fr. Nicholas Kipper ’98 Kevin & Gerrine Kirby Mary Pat (Hanigan) Kisicki ’63 Cheryl Knuth ’72 Alan Kobza ’70 Eleanore Kobza Randy & Marilyn Koehler Larry & Renee Kolbush Gerald Korinek ’88 Ronald & Lois Korinek Floyd & Janet Kosch Drew & Becky Kramer Joshua Kramer ’00 Joan (Degenhardt) Krause ’76 Larry Krebsbach ’74 Mike & Barb Krenk Bill ’53 & Nancy Krueger Sandy (Schuller) Krueger ’73 Jesse ’07 & Brittany (Selig) ’07 Kudron Doug & Christina (Turek) ’86 Kullbom Mark & Janet Kurtenbach Amanda Kuta ’98 Lisa (Smith) LaMantia ’94 Tonya (Johnson) Lampe ’88 Elizabeth (Bartels) Lance ’97 Duane & Julia (Harris) ’76 Lantz Meredith Larsen ’15 Linda (Spaulding) Leary ’63 Carol Lechner Martha Lee James Lehr ’63 Amy (Novak) Lengel ’86 Lisa Lewis ’86 Michael Ley ’66 Pat (Burns) Liming ’67 Mary Jo Linebaugh Cindy Linke Mary Anne (Turner) Linscott ’63 Mike & Rhonda Litt Larry ’78 & Marci Logsdon Gary & Julie Lohse Jane (Grosserode) Loken ’76 Lucy Long ’15 Todd & Sarah (Kinney) ’85 Long Joseph ’74 & Michelle Loudon Pat (Dolan) Lovelace ’65 Steve & Cathy (Yearley) ’67 Lucas Mary Lou Machacek Steve & Cathy Maddox Catherine (Steinauer) Maderak ’57 Lorraine Magsamen Bill & Pat (Stark) ’64 Mahan Jane (Mahoney) Mahoney Neal ’57

Daniel & Alice Majerus Matthew ’98 & Lindsey (Bailey) ’98 Major Pam Makovicka Paul ’92 & Jill Malone Jeanne (Lukas) Martin ’61 Kim (Schmidt) Martin ’67 Susan (Smith) Martin ’61 Donald & Debra Mazour Patrick & Mary Pat McBride Tim McCarthy Andrea (Van Etten) McClymont ’05 Mick & Glennadele McConnell Ericka McCubbin Shirley (Clare) McDonald ’61 Kelly ’75 & Chris (Studnicka) ’75 McGovern Adam McInerney ’96 John McKean ’69 Bridget McKeegan ’15 Sharron (Vavak) McKenzie ’62 Timothy & Jenny (Polivka) ’91 McNeese Gerald McVey ’60 Gary Merritt Mary (Trainor) Meyer ’65 Steven & Colleen Michels Tony ’05 & Michelle (Oswald) ’08 Milana Bryan ’80 & Letha Miller Gary Mitzner ’65 Susan (Faust) Moberg ’64 Kevin & Sue Moore Lansen Morehouse Carol Morris ’84 Fr. Denton Morris Stephanie (Dawson) Morrison ’79 Deryle & Nadine Morton Judy (Imlay) Moser ’61 Mary Moss Melanie Moss Vanice Mueller Dan ’74 & Debra Mulligan Roberto & Connie Munguia Rhonda Nannen-Riha ’81 Mark & Magali Napier Kevin ’85 & Christy (Masek) ’88 Naumann John Navin ’66 Doug Nebel ’87 Bridgette (Gawrick) Neemann ’05 Megan (McClure) Neemann ’06 James & Sally Neville Nancy (White) Nielsen ’61 Jill (Sloup) Nolton ’92 Garrick Noonan ’94 Penny North Jared Nottlemann ’15 Daniel ’87 & Lori (Heng) ’85 Oberembt Patrick ’84 & Corinne O’Brien Marc ’90 & Angie Odgaard

Billye (Burch) Oefelein ’62 Brian & Linda Ohnoutka Frances (Chace) O’Leary ’73 Jacob Olson Amy Ortega Eva Ortiz Jack & Ann Osterman Dan Ott ’71 Pam Overhalser Carole (Fitzekam) Owen ’80 Jim Pecka ’65 Joanne (Wisnieski) Pepperl ’70 Mike & Vicky Peterman Ronald & Lorraine Peters Andy ’85 & Gina Petersen Mary Ann (Miller) Peterson ’60 Roger Petrzilka ’78 Wayne Petrzilka ’76 Sue (Jacobson) Phillips ’86 Gary Pierce DeAnn Pike Susie Pleiss Mike Porto ’79 Summer (Allen) Portsche ’97 Austin Post Dave Potthoff ’89 Jennie (Sweem) Powell ’81 Dale & Karen Pribnow Kari & Jamie Price Patricia Price Alan & Diane Pryor Lizbeth (Anderson) Puckett ’83 Jeffery & Loretta Rademacker Marsha (Johnson) Rahrs ’63 Daniel Rajewski ’01 Jessica Ramaekers ’15 Lavonne Ramaekers Stephane (Lowe) Rasmussen ’69 John & Denise Ray Lynette (Vrbka) Remington ’77 Jeffrey Rezac ’84 Scott & Kathi Rhen Bill ’75 & Sarah Rice Jay (Healy) Richardson ’73 Joe & Linda Rinaker John Rink ’85 Ann (Brady) Rivera ’98 David Roberts ’71 Laurie (Koenig) Rodaway ’79 Mary (Benes) Rodriguez ’72 Kristen (Hofmeister) Rolling ’03 Janine (Burns) Romontio ’73 Wayne Rowe Nancy Russell Erin Russell-Hines ’83 Corey & Nicole Russman Michael Ryan ’58 Thomas Saenz ’86 Kenneth Salvi Al & Mary Sand Kennedy Sander ’15 Matthew Schilmoeller ’14

Fr. Ben Rynearson ’04

Pius X Theology Teacher and Assistant Pastor, Blessed Sacrament Judy (Hansen) Schiltz ’59 Hannah Schinkel ’11 Bill & Sondra Schlautman Grant Schmailzl ’05 Alona Schmid Larry & Bernadette Schneider Julie Schonewise Donald & Rana Schreiber Kelly Schroer ’91 Robert & Dee Schuchart Norm & Jane (Shandera) ’74 Schuller John & Linda Schulte Norm & Deb Schulte Erin (Royal) Schultz ’99 K.T. ’00 & Kelly (Kipper) ’00 Schultze Mary (Ahlgrim) Schwartz ’59 Sam Scott ’85 Briahtia Sebek ’15 David ’84 & Monica (Scott) ’86 Sedlak John & Betty Sedlak Emily (Radke) Sellhorn ’98 Joseph & Tina Selting Jerry Shandera ’71 Joshua & Nicole Shasserre Bobbie (Wisnieski) Sherry ’79 Mary (Kelly) Shipman ’58 Maddie Simon ’15 Mary (Siepker) Sincebaugh ’67 Carol (Holden) Singleton ’60 John & Angie Sjuts Aaron ’98 & Andrea (Mahan) Skaw Joseph & Dorothy Skorupa Carrie (Potter) Smith ’90 Shannon Smith ’90 Sue (Crosby) Smith ’58 Jim & Joan Snyder Sue (Barry) Sonderegger ’68 Jennifer (Soucie) Soucie Kitt ’97 Samantha (Bruckner) Spargo ’05

Anne Sposato ’82 Rebecca Sposato ’96 Patrick & Synthia Stanosheck Kathy (Koerner) Steinmeyer ’84 Phyllis (Dodge) Stiemke ’58 Eileen Strasburg Jacquelyn Stratman-Wilson ’85 Catherine (Irvin) Street ’63 Jeff & Kerri Strizek Molly (Manzitto) Stroh ’01 Charles ’52 & Patricia Studnicka Patty Styron Cathy (Carlson) Swartz ’70 Katie Tang Aliyha Tap Linda Terrano Alexis (Wissing) Terwilliger ’01 Eileen (Rowe) Thaden ’72 Scott Tharnish ’77 Nicholas Theisen ’14 Don & Sharon Thomas Jeff & Kathy (Edwards) ’87 Thompson Douglas Thorpe ’77 Scott & Elizabeth (Kukuk) ’92 Thorson Mary (Brady) Tilton ’65 David & Karen Timmerman Denise (Griffin) Toney ’86 Ty Tran Dale Travnicek ’61 Mikayla Tremain ’13 Norma Turner ’64 Ralph Turner ’62 Rich & Marilyn Twehous Jim & Jill Ullman Gene & Phyllis Urkoski Gary Vacha ’76 Julie (Rezac) Vales ’89 Jack & Sandra Vandewalle Carl & Joy VanLoon Kaitlin VanLoon ’15 Will & Jackie (Wolsleger) ’87 Varicak

Ashleigh (Bausch) Varley ’90 Michael & Lisa Vedder Verizon Foundation* Rob Voelker James & Raina Volkmer Shawn Vondracek S. Leigh Wahl Gary Walker ’69 Ryan & Jenny (Sligar) ’90 Walker Michael & Anne Wallman Marvin ’82 & Lori Ward John Warner ’85 Natalie (Duden) Webert ’04 Shelley (Potthoff) Weis ’92 David Wemhoff ’95 Lydia Wemhoff ’15 Gina (Vrbka) Wendelin ’76 Christine (Sweem) Werger ’75 Jude & Stephanie Werner Kathleen Weyers Seth & Kristin Wiedel Gary & Rochelle Wieman Jennifer (Determan) Wieseler ’05 Jeremy Wieser ’92 Alan & Mary Wiest Sally (Kobza) Williamsen ’63 Leesa Willming Pat (Esser) Wilson ’66 Yvonne (Merwick) Wilson ’61 Sandy (Brown) Winetrout ’60 Jerry & Amy Witte Paul & Bridget (Dawson) ’79 Woita Mary (Bartlett) Wolf ’64 Phil & Mary Wolfe Joe Wolsleger ’85 Jeanine (Cook) Worley ’82 Mary (McDermott) Worster ’67 Ann (Strunc) Yeager ’65 Mary Yeates Bibiana Zweig *Denotes Matching Gift Company U 31

Endowed funds & scholarships Endowed funds and scholarships include gifts that are designated (restricted or temporarily restricted) for a specific purpose or use. The following gifts were received by Pius X High School or the Pius X Foundation between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 including gifts through memorials, planned giving, the annual Fund for Pius X, or other events and activities.

Matt Grosserode Memorial Scholarship Ameritas Life Insurance Corp Joann Grosserode ’78 Kelly Houghton ’00 David & Margaret Novacek Sarah Svendsen ’00

ENDOWED FUNDS Vince Aldrich Memorial Fund George Easley ’57 Joe ’67 & Michele Glenn Darvin ’54 & Patricia Jemming Clancy ’56 & Charlene ’56 Woolman

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS Michael Anderson Memorial Scholarship Pat Anderson ’74 Catherine Matthews ’57 John ’80 & Kelly ’80 Morehouse Ed Regelean ’60

Steve H. Grosserode Scholarship in memory of Marcella Grosserode Bruce & Patricia ’69 Brumm Kathryn Brumm Dr. Robert ’72 & Terri ’73 Grosserode Keith & Mary ’67 Ingram

Lawrence Arth Endowed Fund Patrick ’97 & Jamie ’00 Pepper

Liam & Lorraine Barr Memorial Scholarship Declan Barr Msgr. Liam Barr Tom & Ann ’87 Wackel

Band Endowment Larry & Carolyn Apel Hanigan Endowment Scott & Amy Becker Dwain & Karen Carlson Sharon Hanigan ’64 Brad ’69 & Mary ’69 Schmidt Julie Clifford Taylor Endowment for Band and Tuition Assistance Delma Stoner ThunderBOLT Fun Run Endowment Hector Sanchez ’74 Jules J. and Clovis J. Vandersarl Endowment for Science & Music Dr. Jules ’61 & Mary VanDersarl Sean Varner Endowment for Art & Fine Arts William & Dixie Brogan

Marilue Becker Scholarship Marilue Becker Kristin Bottger Memorial Scholarship Norm & Sheri Bottger Bill ’99 & Madeline ’99 Christen Robert Fillaus ’99 Aggie Kunzman Kurt Lynch ’78 Mary Reiser ’00 Mary Elizabeth Brake Memorial Scholarship Gene Brake Margaret Stuckey Jim & Merle Briggs Memorial Scholarship Micki Larson

Jeff Dodd Memorial Scholarship Gary & Mary Dodd Edward & Felecia Thomassen Joanne B. Easley Memorial Scholarship Ameritas Life Insurance Corp George Easley ’57 Greg Easley ’65 Joe Easley ’02 Steve Easley ’64 Kelly Houghton ’00 Barry & Jeanne ’84 Johnson Carmen Sanchez Andrade ’92 Brad ’69 & Mary ’69 Schmidt UBS Financial Services Inc Clint Eckhout Memorial Scholarship Frank Bartek Mike & Rhonda Litt Ryan ’00 & Jamie ’00 Sidwell Dominick Elsener Memorial Fund Dan ’73 & Beth ’73 Elsener Stephanie L Fiedler Memorial Scholarship Robin Best ’90 Don & Deloris Fiedler Pat Sheppard Douglas & Susan Williams Golden Spoon Scholarship Anonymous Pat Haas ’61

Courtney Hagen Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Wayne & Deb Hoge Nelnet* Eileen Hartmann Memorial Scholarship John ’84 & Lisa Hartmann Michael Woolman ’84 Maureen Helling Memorial Scholarship Brett Helling Lori Johnson Memorial Scholarship Lynn Johnson Michael ’82 & Lisa ’83 Schafers Kathi Krause Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Curtis & Michele Carstens Connie Ernst ’81 Scott ’76 & Beth Krause Sam ’74 & Jane ’74 Manzitto Ginnelle Ries ’82

John Liescheski Memorial Scholarship Joseph ’73 & Cheryl ’73 Benes Phillip & Joan Liescheski Mike & Rhonda Litt Denise Scott Steve & Cathy Urban Mark & Corinne Wible Glenn & Ann Miller Memorial Scholarship Don ’69 & Georgia Miller George O’Boyle Scholarship George & Linda O’Boyle Paul & Rosemary Reinsch Scholarship Phil ’78 & Donna ’79 Reinsch Patrick Schafers Memorial Scholarship Erin English ’00 Francis Hejl ’57 Mike & Rhonda Litt Michael ’82 & Lisa ’83 Schafers Rich & Celia ’74 Wahl Marita Ward ’80 Harold & Cecilia Sherman Scholarship Cecelia Sherman Christine Thompson ’65 Dianne Sizemore Memorial Scholarship Dr. Alan & Susan Berg Jamie & Anne Deterding Turner & Gayle Gill Dr. Paul & Trish Petersen Jim Sizemore Linda Sloup Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Len & Susan Sloup Wells Fargo Bank * Fr. Mark Tasler Memorial Scholarship Arbor Industries Inc. Jason ’94 & Cindy Miller Kyle VerMaas Memorial Scholarship Bryan Health Cath Lab Kevin & Nancy Christensen Lynette Exum Lori Kreifels ’88 Randy & Lisa ’82 VerMaas R. Scott Wickham Memorial Scholarship Judy Kramer ’73 Ellen Spelman ’71

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Pius X Foundation Scholarship Fund Curtis & Julie Klein John Knopp ’59 Dr. Dan McCabe ’71

Memorial & tribute gifts Pius X alumni and supporters are encouraged to make gifts in memory or honor of loved ones, special individuals, their class year, etc. The gifts represented were received by Pius X High School or the Pius X Foundation between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 including gifts through memorials, the annual Fund for Pius X, Give to Lincoln Day, Giving Tuesday, or other events and activities. IN MEMORY OF Vince & Jeanne Aldrich Tom & Teresa ’78 Kenney

Clarence Birkel Paul & Michelle Birkel

Joan Downey Rob & Brenda Downey Morgan Stanley Smith Barney* Maria Tulia Downing Elizabeth Estler ’73 Joanne Easley Ameritas Life Insurance Corp* Joe Easley ’02 Marvin Edwards Donna Edwards Francis Eskey Kathleen Steinke ’66

Marcella Grosserode Bruce and Patricia ’69 Brumm Dr. Robert ’72 & Terri ’73 Grosserode Keith & Mary ’67 Ingram

Dale Johnson Lori Johnson

Matt Grosserode Matthew ’05 & Katie ’05 Benes Joann Grosserode ’78

Randall Karpisek Galin Karpisek ’68 Wayne Petrzilka ’76

Joseph & Mary Haggerty Mary Beth Bellotti ’70 Bob Haggerty ’73 Joseph & Claire Hakenkamp Michael Hakenkamp ’66

Sharon Allder Robert & Martha Lee

Ludy Birkel Paul & Michelle Birkel Fr. Jim Meysenburg

Adaire Anderson Eric Siepker ’74

Stephen Briggs Micki Larson

Gary Filo Bill & Kathi Seiler

John Hanigan Sharon Hanigan ’64 Steve Mueting ’64 Mick Ziegler ’64

Erika Anderson Amy Ortega

David Brokofsky Larry & Linda Brokofsky

Marilyn Finn Fr. Joseph Finn

Steven Hannasch Monty & Lynnette ’82 Sellon

Michael Anderson Ed Regelean ’60

Jackson Browning Maura Browning ’92 Jenny Dawson Meyer ’80

Mary Saint Julian Flaherty Jim Schmitz ’59

Cindy Hanseling Jo Theis ’76

Florence Forsyth Anonymous

Candice Harms Anonymous Mike & Rhonda Litt Melissa Payne ’92

Antionette Andreas Carol Borgialli Homer & Darla Buell Larry & Nickie Buell Dick & Jackie Clarence Chuck ’74 & Connie Clifford Vickie Cordell Linda Janecek ’66 Hollis & Joan ’48 Jennings Wes & Sandy Keins Jack Knickman Richard ’70 & Kathi Kohel Dennis & Theresa Kottwitz Keith ’66 & Pat ’66 May Doris Schiefelbein Jeanette Schneckloth Norman & J. Joyce Sell Dr. Les Spry Dr. Don & Lisa Walla Dona Watermeier George Andreas Ann Andreas Jane Auman Connie Coup ’66 George & Elizabeth Banker Mary Elbert ’66 Margaret Banker Mary Elbert ’66 Dennis Barry Mary Abel ’72 George & Elinor Bartlett Bob Bartlett ’66 Christine Bennett John ’84 & Lisa ’77 Steyer

Deborah Brusnahan Elmer ’69 & Pam ’72 Wessel Betty Buck Nancy Elder ’63 Barb Casper Brent & Becky Anderson Ed & Mary Chelewski Richard & Roselyn Chelewski Bernard Childerston Eileen Childerston Nora Clancy Linda Buethe ’68 Ann Clifford Marianne Clifford Upton ’72 Justice Coleman Jeff & Kim Dostal Luis & Patty Fernandez Timothy & Dorothy Torrey Matt & Melissa ’90 Wilson Jack & Lavetta Danek Gary Danek ’61 Dale B and Clara Darnell Patrick & Carol Darnell Karl & Betty Dickinson Joe ’80 & Kacey ’80 Lempka Jeffrey Dodd Gary & Mary Dodd Melissa Payne ’92 Ladislav Dolezal Beverly Dolezal

Stephanie Fiedler Robin Best ’90

Mark Fouts Fredrick Ruzicka ’71 Joe and Velma Fraas Sandy Harrison ’68 Lonnie Franssen Tim Franssen ’76 Mick ’73 & Diane ’73 Horak U.S. Bancorp Foundation* John Voboril ’87 Fred Fujan Edna Fujan Steve Goodwater Carrie Cada ’90 Dan Gourlay James ’57 & Mary Gourlay Dr. Gerald & Madeline ’51 Polesky John Gourlay Dr. Gerald & Madeline ’51 Polesky Wallace Graff Paul & Michelle Birkel Ed Gronenthal Tim & Margery Rollman John Grosserode Matthew ’05 & Katie ’05 Benes Joann Grosserode ’78

Kathie Harrison John ’84 & Lisa ’77 Steyer George and Arlene Hauschild Michael ’63 & Carol ’63 Laughlin

Art Kalvoda Marcie Kalvoda

Christina Kaup Randy & Sherry Kaup Michael Keady Cathedral Men’s Golf League Mary Keef Kay Owen ’57 John Kerr Jody Kerr Keaton Klein Curtis & Julie Klein Raymond Kobza Eleanore Kobza Wayne Kobza ’71 Mary Koerner Dan & Pat ’81 Drozda Glen & Geraldine Kohel Richard ’70 & Kathi Kohel Dorothy Kouwenberg Cecelia Hunt ’46 Gregory Vestecka ’73 Kathi Krause Connie Ernst ’81

Brian Heath Gene & Susan Heath

Ray Kumke Wanda Kumke

Dean & Dorothy Henggeler Dr. Matthew ’96 & Amberly ’96 Byington

Mark Lee Robert & Martha Lee

Gabriel and Margaret Hesse Francis Hesse ’65 Joy Higgins Nancy Higgins ’64 William and Lillian Higgins Nancy Higgins ’64 Bill, Helen & Joseph Hraban Joann Kempton ’68 Glen Hupka Larry Hupka ’63 Dale Imlay Judy Moser ’61 Dick Irvin Julie Hunter ’78

Arleen Lempka Dr. Stacy Jo Lempka ’85 Francis Lempka Joe ’80 & Kacey ’80 Lempka John Liescheski Steve & Cathy Urban Gary Linebaugh Anonymous Don & Ronnie Machacek Mary Lou Machacek Edward Maguire Joe & Ruthie Maguire Colette Malolepszy Kathy Meade Hebert ’64 Eleanor Masek Don & Deloris Fiedler U 33

All Souls Mass 2015 Leo McCabe Eric & Therese ’78 Sack

Harry Osborne Anonymous

Francis & Teresa Schepers Dan & Barb Schepers

Lydia McCabe Dr. Mary Burnett ’79 Eric & Therese ’78 Sack

Arthur Ostdiek Clara Bricher ’57

Neal Schoening Anonymous

Marilyn Paul David & Donna Taylor

John & Dorothy Schonewise Julie Schonewise

John Pensick Eva Shepherd ’90

Ruth Schroer Donna Damrow ’66

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Petersen Pete Petersen ’78

Kenneth Shirley Don Shirley ’68

Mike Pinkerton Matt & Patty Bideaux

Leo Showers Dorothy Showers

Frank & Shirley Podraza Terri Jo Podraza ’80

Earl Siepker Mary Sincebaugh ’67

Betty Porn Ed Porn

Linda Sloup David & Jill ’92 Nolton Elmer & Jane Wemhoff

Leo Miller Diane Miller Regina Minton John Minton ’43 Larry Mitchell Shari Congleton ’79 David Mueller Eileen Mueller Thomas Mulvey Mary Jo Iwan ’63 Patrick & Marjorie Murphy Mike Murphy ’71 Phillip Murphy Mathew & Nancy ’68 Balcetis Dr. Carolyn Connelly ’68 Chuck & Pat ’75 Fricke Bob Haggerty ’73 Robert Murphy Lois Champoux Marianne Champoux Thomas & Christina Champoux Bonnie Murphy ’64 Russ & Angela Uttecht Gerald Nickman Gene & Beth Nickman Isobel Nobbman Lois Dack ’66 Jim & Emma Novak Frank Novak ’63 Larry O’Brien Mary MaCoy ’60 John & Jacqueline O’Neill Michael ’69 & Rita O’Neill

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Jim Power Colleen Vlach ’87 Nathan Raun Chris & Teresa Raun Anthony Rinella Seth & Kristin Wiedel Brett Romberg Michael & Barb Romberg Josh Van Kirk ’00 James Rooney Gary & Patricia ’57 Taylor Diane Ruzicka Fredrick Ruzicka ’71 James & JoAnn Ryan Kathy Berry ’79 Bill Sabata Ted Sabata ’67 Laurie Schaefer Corey & Monica ’97 Hansen Jennifer Soucie Kitt ’97

Paul Smith Sharon Smith Microsoft*

Jim ’62 & Mary Anne Love Brent & Anne Manning Chris Manning Holly Manning ’15 Cindy Miller New York Life Foundation* Charles ’51 & Donna O’Grady Gary Polacek Nadine Rerucha Mark & Janet ’87 Rezac James & Mary Riley Al & Mary Sand Jim & Doris Smith David Stava ’86 Rose Marie Stava Louis Wenzl Tim & Amanda Whetstone Geoff Steinkuehler Tom ’93 & Kim Barrett David & Candice Wise Beverly Stemper Keith Stemper ’60 Scot Stoner Delma Stoner

Leo Soucie Cheri Esslinger ’65

Robert Stratman Kevin & Lynne Hestermann

Leona Stainbrook Myron ’60 & Marcia ’60 Carkoski

Andrew Sullivan Jim Sullivan ’63

Albert Stake Shawn Vondracek Dennis Stava Mike & Cathy Carr Gale & Lori ’86 Clement Dennis & Caroline Dolezal Charles & Dorothy Hannasch Mary Henrickson Dan & Debbie ’79 Hile Todd ’82 & Deb Hruby Ross & Karen ’89 Jones James & Mary Klein Eugene & Gwendolyn Kliment Terry & Barbara Kreifels Ron ’86 & Carla Kruml Ronald Lee

Arthur & Harriet Sullivan Patricia Duff ’63 Delores Sweley Kathleen Steinke ’66 Julianne Taylor Marianne Clifford Upton ’72 Kevin Thorpe Tom ’75 & Shelley Thorpe Pat Tubman Hollis & Joan ’48 Jennings Edward Tuchek Pastor Farinas ’62

Bob and Ann Tucker James & Linda Tucker Malvern Ulrich Tony & Chris ’85 Arndt Doug & Kay Bartek Paul & Michelle Birkel Bill & Kelly Chapman Dr. Kent & Loey Dodson Chad & Cheryl Kearns Shawn & Jen Liliedahl Dean & Julie Martin Brig. Gen. Michael ’66 & Susan McCrory Clint & Nancy Taubenheim Bryn & Christina Tejral Russ & Kim Uhing Mary Ulrich Chris & Michelle Wagner Dave & Luann Zastrow Donald Urbanovsky Karen Urbanovsky-Martin ’80 Kyle VerMaas Keith & Mary Frey Jenny Vranizar Darvin ’54 & Patricia Jemming Tony Vrchota Rita Vrchota Melinda Vuchetich Peter Vuchetich ’62 Peter & Mildred Vuchetich Peter Vuchetich ’62 Twila Wakefield Steve ’83 & Julie ’84 Zeplin Mary Watson Sam Watson Calvin Wells Adrian ’84 & Julie ’85 Fix Phil & Jane White Chuck & Pat ’75 Fricke Kathleen Wittstruck Dave Ress ’76

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zuerlein Gene & Eileen Zuerlein

Michael & Lori ’74 Shaal Eric Siepker ’74 Patricia Stetson-Warning ’74

Kenneth Zweig Bibiana Zweig

Donald Dolezal Patty Bush ’59

IN HONOR OF Adoption NOT Abortion Sue Phillips ’86

Jeanne Grosserode Steve & Pat Grosserode

John Liliedahl Anonymous Jean Smith Mike & Amy Smith

Derek & Sarah Hartman Mitch & Sandy Hartman

Allison McElroy Don & Mary Anderson

Stanley Sindelar Dale & Suzie Schlautman

Melissa Hartman Mitch & Sandy Hartman

Julia McInerney Allen ’91 & Lisa McInerney

Anna Stuchlik Larry & Betty Stuchlik

Fr. Ben Holdren Bobby Bevins ’10

Hannah, Rachel & Sarah Osterman Jack & Ann Osterman

Robert & Megan Sugrue John Sugrue

Class of 1974 Kathy Cather ’74 Dr. Michael ’74 & Laura ’76 Duggan James Franssen ’74 John Gottner ’74 Leo ’74 & Barbara Jablonski Michael Keefe ’74 Kathy Khalaf ’74 Tim & Mary ’74 Knight Lois Kriger ’74 Joseph ’74 & Michelle Loudon Joe Millard ’74 Jo Poore ’74 Hector Sanchez ’74 Mark Schmitz Scott Schroer ’74

Greigh Howell Perry & Becky Howell

Brooke Kreikemeier Jim & Carolyn Buckmaster Alex Kulwicki Thomas & Renee Dalton

Shawn Phillips Sue Phillips ’86 Pius X Faculty, Staff & Students Jeremy ’97 & Susan ’98 Ekeler Mary Rajewski Daniel Rajewski ’01

Msgr. Ivan Vap BOEING* Brig. Gen. Michael McCrory ’66 Virgil VerMaas Kevin & Nancy Christensen Randy & Lisa ’82 VerMaas Viv Walters Patty Bush ’59 Karen Marie Wilson David & Laura Wilson JoAnn Wolsleger Joe Wolsleger ’85 Larry Zitek Kathy Dempsey ’72

Cameron Jarnagin Dawn Ostrander Fr. Ryan Kaup Randy & Sherry Kaup


Legacy Society

Your life and your choices have made a positive difference in our world. A planned gift can ensure that your lasting impression and the legacy for which your family, friends and community will remember you also makes a positive impact on our world and our community. You are invited to become a member of the Legacy Society. Established in 2005, the St. Pius X Legacy Society recognizes the generosity of individuals and families who have included Pius X High School/Foundation in their wills or other forms of planned giving. Importantly, planning today for charitable giving upon your death has the potential to provide your family with significant tax and estate benefits. At Pius X, we have witnessed countless ways in which individuals have changed the lives of students through their generosity. Your gift will leave a lasting memory to your family, protect the future of Catholic education for generations to come, and display your commitment to the faith and your desire to see our Catholic faith passed on to future generations. The following members of the St. Pius X Legacy Society have committed themselves to the long-term success of Pius X High School and the Pius X Foundation through a planned or estate gift.

Anonymous (14) Aloysius F. & Dorothy Ballweg+ Paul & Michelle Birkel Richard Burke ’66 Chuck & Ann Clifford + Terry Connelly Jim & Jan Coy Jack & Margy Dawson Msgr. James Dawson Jenny Dawson Meyer Robert Duden R. & Shannon Dusenbery George & Joanne+ Easley Mary Fenton+ Fr. Peter Gadient+ Dr. Carmen Hill Grant John Hanzlicek ’78 Jim & Cathy Harrington Robert & Mariana Hill+ Gary & Kathy Hoebelheinrich Mike Hughes Rachel Jensen+ Lori A. Laux Johnson ’75+ Mary Rocke Keef ’56+ Fr. John J. Keefe Bill & Virginia Knight+

Dorothy Kouwenberg+ Mary Joan Linebaugh Jim & Mary Love Don & Laurie Luensmann Mahoney Trust+ Keith & Pat May Bob and Mary Kay McDonald Shannon McGovern Austin Menke Fr. James Meysenburg Fr. Michael Morin Mike Owens Paul & Rosemary Reinsch Priscilla Richardson Guy & Faie+ Saunders Howard+ & Doris Schiefelbein Fr. James Schrader ’66 Clara Sullivan+ William and Shirley Thompson+ Fr. Sean Timmerman Chuck & Catherine Turner Verlyn & Sheila+ Westra Richard A. Wiese Bert & Sue Wilkinson + denotes deceased U 35



The following gifts were received by Pius X High School between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016 including gifts made via general donations, planned giving, the annual Fund for Pius X, B.O.L.T., Booster Club, Teachers’ Christmas Bonus, grants, tuition assistance/scholarships, or other events and activities. The gifts represent more than $680,000 of support for Catholic education in Lincoln. ST. PIUS X SOCIETY Anonymous (2) Dillon Foundation Pearle Francis Finigan Foundation HERITAGE SOCIETY Anonymous Steve & Pat Grosserode Gary & Kathy Hoebelheinrich Lincoln Community Foundation Nelnet * Tom & Rhonda Peed Sandhills Publishing Union Bank & Trust Company HONORS SOCIETY Anonymous (3) Bill Bomberger ’64 Jim ’54 & Patricia (Strizek) Kreifels CHI Health St. Elizabeth Harvey & Laura (Schainost) ’89 Swanson Dr. Greg ’71 & Dr. Margaret (Kontras) Sutton Mary (Morrow) Arth ’61 George & Barbara Hendricks May Flanagan Foundation, Inc. Brett Helling BENEFACTORS SOCIETY Ameritas Life Insurance Corp* Anonymous (2) Arbor Industries Inc. Mark & Michelle Aylor Bank of the West Mark & Cheryl Bell Benefit Management Corporation Nancee (Shannon) Berger ’78 Larry & Nancy Bird Bison Inc Cheever Construction Company Dr. Dennis & Sue Connolly Steve & Patty Henrichsen Kidwell Inc. Scott ’76 & Beth Krause John ’68 & Sheila (York) ’68 Kuchta Jim ’62 & Mary Anne Love Microsoft * Miller Seed Company Raising Cane’s Seward Turkey Enterprises Inc Douglas & Nicole Simon Sutton Ryan Dermatology

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System Technology Services The Nebraska Neurosurgery Group LLC Timothy & Dorothy Torrey Vector Structural Design Wells Fargo Bank * SUPERINTENDENT SOCIETY Anonymous (6) Acklie Charitable Foundation Action Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning Derek & Kim Aldridge Russ & Gwen Bayer Greg Benes ’69 Brain Injury Association of Nebraska Brester Construction Inc. Steve ’86 & Tricia Burt Butherus Maser & Love Funeral Home Tim ’87 & Dr. Sarah (Cada) ’87 Cada Majerus Mike & Cathy Carr Dr. Pat & Linda Clare Clark Architects Collabortive 3 Clark Enersen Partners Cline Williams Wright Johnson & Oldfather LLP Cornhusker Bank Crete Carrier Corp Degree Heating and Air Conditioning Inc Endacott Peetz and Timmer PC LLO FACTS Management / Nelnet Business Solutions Scott ’88 & Jane (Higgins) ’89 Felber First National Bank Lt. Governor Michael & Susan (Seiker) ’78 Foley Steve & Jan Frayser FuturesOne Jack & Jan Gilsdorf Glass Edge Inc Cary & Barb Gray Stan & Pat Harms HBE Becker Meyer Love LLP Dr. Carmen Hill Grant Blaine & Gail Johs Kingery Construction Co Phillip & Joan Liescheski Jim & Lee Logsdon Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital Aaron ’94 & Becky (Dawson) ’95 May

Midwest Tile Marble and Granite Inc Dr. Constance Miller Larry & Phyllis Mitchell Mike ’70 & Janet Morrow NAI-FMA Realty Nebraska Dermatology LLC Nebraska Nursery & Color Gardens LLC Nebraska Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine PC Tom & Jennifer Nottlemann Dr. Mike & Ginger O’Donnell Olsson Associates Dr. Michael & Heidi Pace Perry Guthery Haase & Gessford PC Dr. Paul & Trish Petersen Pfizer Foundation * Pinnacle Bank Reese Construction REGA Engineering Group Inc Paul & Rosemary Reinsch Sampson Construction Bill & Kathi Seiler Jim Sizemore Slim Chicken’s Sysco Lincoln Food Services Co U.S. Bank Peter Vuchetich ’62 Tom & Ann (Breiner) ’87 Wackel Dr. Cary & Jolene (LeGrande) ’80 Ward Louis Wenzl West Gate Bank Tom & Sandy Wieser THUNDERBOLT CLUB Anonymous John & Julie Addy Gary & Margaret Aldridge Tim & Janel Andreasen Steven & Anjilynn Antonelli Andrew & Carin Appleget Rod & Michele Arndt Tony & Chris (Kreifels) ’85 Arndt ART FX Screen Printing & Embroidery Laura Arth Jeff & Nancy Asselin Amanda (Willnerd) Aswad ’98 Ryan & Christy Beckman Paul & Michelle Birkel Rob ’89 & Lori (Dustin) ’90 Bryant Marcia Camden Capital City Lock & Key Cathedral Men’s Golf League Crosby Guenzel LLP Matthew & Sally Cumro Custom Concrete Dr. Kent & Loey Dodson Firespring Aaron & Leslie Frank Barb Gard Genesis Orthodontics

Ward & Jeanne Greisen Margaret Gross Andrew & Nancy Hadenfeldt Robb Hagen Joseph & Agnes Hanigan Hi-Way Diner Phil & Ann Hovis Donald & Barb Huber Ambrose & Nora Hugo Duane & Mary Hugo Beverly Jackson James & Irene Kearney Joe & Lisa Kerrigan Lincoln Plastics Keith ’66 & Pat (Barry) ’66 May Daniel & Angela Meyer Steve & Amy Mitchell Morrow Poppe Watermeier & Lonowski PC Nebraska Sod Rich & Karen Noel Bob O’Gara ’57 Jim & Ruth (Stephens) ’79 O’Gara Dr. Pat & Marilyn O’Gara George Pavlas ’56 Pella Windows and Doors Jay & Cindy Pieper Kelley & Dr. Beth (Hussey) ’95 Rawlings David ’89 & Laura (May) ’91 Reese Matt ’94 & Kiley (Mangers) Reiling Ted Sabata ’67 Eric & Therese (McCabe) ’78 Sack Susan Sand Eric ’89 & Angela (Rempe) ’89 Schafers Matthew & Erin Schepers Mark & Cindy Schilmoeller Jack & Brenda Schimenti L.G. & Becky Searcey Mike & Brenda Sebek Vince & Theresa Seiker Alan & Ruth Slattery St. Michael Golf League David & Kaela (Olson) ’90 Stamper Mike ’85 & Gina Steele Wayne Stephens Stockwell Pharmacy Mike & Joan Stuchlik Tom & Margaret Tracy Tracy’s Body Shop James & Linda Tucker Msgr. Ivan Vap Verizon Foundation * Gregory Vestecka ’73 Lee & Mary Volkmer Larry & Rose Ann Vrtiska Chris & Michelle Wagner Terry Wenzl Elmer ’69 & Pam (Brusnahan) ’72 Wessel

GREEN & GOLD CLUB Anonymous Curtis & Michele Abendroth Arby’s John & Tasha Arrigo Richard & Amanda Baier Tom ’93 & Kim Barrett Doug & Kay Bartek Brian & Tiffany Beck Todd & Chris Berke Bobby Bevins ’10 BOEING * Andrew ’91 & Julia (Meacham) ’91 Budell Diane Butherus Dick & Melanie Cassidy Chris & Stacy Cerio Micah Chaffee Rick & Terri Chmelka Cory & Jenni Christiansen Gregory & Kimberly Coffey Sonya Dakin Thomas & Renee Dalton Jack & Margy (Henggler) ’50 Dawson Jenny (Dawson) Dawson Meyer ’80 Jamie & Anne Deterding Michael & Terry DeWald William & Mary Dougherty Rob & Brenda Downey Robert & Mona Duden Dr. Michael ’74 & Laura (Smith) ’76 Duggan Greg & Darla Ernst Kevin & Laura Erskine Mike & Kari Eskens Ed & Kathy Foy Gary & Susan Frodyma Dr. Andrew Glenn John Gordon ’61 Marty & Chris Habrock Jacob ’11 & Sarah (Buescher) ’11 Hanus Dave & Elsa (Castillo) ’83 Hatch Al & Cindy Heimes Bob & Cheri Hellem Denis & Barbara Herman Christopher Hobbs ’10 Pat & Michelle Hoefener Chad & Brooke Hoefs Dr. Phillip & Dr. Diane Hynes Infinity Promotions Inc Gregg ’83 & Sheri Jablonski Dave & Kate (Kulesher) Jarecke Barry & Jeanne (Easley) ’84 Johnson Jeremie & Jaime Kerkman Joe & Deb Kerr Dave & Ann Kirby Jay Knaus ’96 Tom ’75 & Kathy (Hruby) ’82 Kopf Dr. Mike & Ann (Hanigan) ’87 Kotopka Michael Kreikemeier Jerome & Karen Linderman Joe & Ruthie Maguire

Dr. James & Jane Maly Dean & Julie Martin Bill & Joyce McClure Keith & Mary McConnell Pat (Newman) McGovern ’44 Shannon McGovern ’73 Steve & Colleen Medill Ray Meysenburg Mary Ann Miller Phil & Gina Miller Todd & Laura Minchow Mike & Toni Montanez Dr. Peter ’81 & Lori (Lieb) ’96 Morin Matt Mullendore ’94 John & Jody Olsson Ryan & Patty Parker David & Samantha Peace Shawn ’00 & Sarah Peed Jack & Natalie Peetz Clem Pella Marian Petersen Melissa (Curry) Phelan ’93 Mark & Michelle Pieper John & Kelly Pokojski Ed Porn Paul & Susan Portsche Chris & Teresa Raun Bryan & Doris Robertson Hector Sanchez ’74 Mary Patricia (O’Grady) Sand+ ’45 John & Sheri Scheer Kevin & Heidi Schieuer Kevin ’90 & Heather Schlautman Linda Ann Schmidt Lee & Cori Schmit John Schroeder ’82 Scott Schroer ’74 Dawn (Socha) Schuette ’87 Damien Shotkoski ’95 Sid Dillon Buick Nissan Hyundai Eric Siepker ’74 Mike & Amy Smith Bill ’69 & Kim Straub J.P. & Crystal Stuhr Dr. Dan & Libby Tomes Traffic Consultants Inc Truck Equipment Service Co Ashley (Goldsmith) Ulrich ’95 Valentino’s Jon & Joyanne Van Bloom DJ & Jill Vodicka James & Mary Jean Vogel Lance & Barb Wagner Ryan & Jenny (Sligar) ’90 Walker Steve & Barb Wallingford Michael & Cheryl Wemhoff Darrell & Karen Wilhelm Dr. B.J. & Lori Wilson Steve & Mary Wolsleger Rick & Lori Wordekemper The Yarn Shop J.J. & Renee’ Yost Steven & Patty Zeleski

PARTNERS CLUB Anonymous Ron & Becky Ackermann Steve & Lisa (Smith) ’88 Andersen Dan & Amy Archuleta Tim & Linda Aschoff Tim ’69 & Gaylene Aylward Joe & Penny Bachmann Dr. Dustin ’91 & Jocelyn Bailey Chad & Mary Baker Dr. Sean & Dr. Stephanie Barry Steve & Diane Barton Keith & Dianne Beringer Joseph & Tammy Bernadt John & Kathy Berrick Jim & Kristi Bertrand Conni (Wagner) Biggerstaff ’70 Tom & Joanie Bittner Frank & Darlene Blankenau Jeff & Jenn Boettcher Wayne & Carolyn Bohy David & Kelly Brakenhoff Dr. Laurence Buller Dick Burke ’66 Sally Burt Jake Buss ’95 Dennis Butler ’70 Kathy (Knight) Cather ’74 Bill & Kelly Chapman Lance & Amy Chesley John & Mary Clark Kevin & Laurie (Potter) ’89 Clark Jerry & Mary Classen Ken & Virginia Coffee Heather Comstock Dr. Carolyn Connelly ’68 Robert & Mary Coulter Jim & Jan Coy Alan & Mary Crook Paul ’94 & Jamie (Worster) ’94 Cunningham Nick ’69 & Ann (Schroeder) ’69 Cusick Barbara Custer Kurt & Patty Daberkow Daniel Davis ’07 Brian ’77 & Cathy (Morris) ’80 Dawson Msgr. James Dawson Shannon Dawson ’71 Randy & Brenda Deahn Jim & Marjorie Determan Fr. Doug Dietrich Jennifer (Slattery) Dilisio ’01 Russ ’87 & Brenda Dolezal Scott Dosek ’68 Gerald & Marita Doty Mae Doty DuTeau Chevrolet Joe Easley ’02 Valerie Eckrich ’10 Richard & Jill Edwards Nancy (Buck) Elder ’63 Bill & Diane Ellerbee Glenn & Margaret (Svoboda) ’80 Elwell

Steve ’86 & Jaime Engstrom Don & Adelaide Erftmier Andrew ’02 & Rochelle (Bosn) ’02 Essay Robert & Michelle Farber Tim & Lisa Farmer Marty & Joye Fehringer Larry & Paulette Fick Joseph Finegan ’11 D’Anna Fix James Franssen ’74 Keith & Mary Frey Chuck & Pat (White) ’75 Fricke Dwight & Kathleen Gatzemeyer General Excavating Greg & Joyce Gibney Greg ’76 & Mary Jo (Kuchta) ’77 Gillespie Mary Goodwater John Gottner ’74 Joann (Hegler) Grosserode ’78 Matt ’89 & Stacy (Cose) Gutschenritter Richard & Catherine Haden Jim Hakel John & Teresa Hardy David Hatch ’15 Stacey (Waldman) Hattaway ’03 Dee Hatten Bob Healey ’59 Scott & Sally Heasty Mary (Essay) Heidrick ’53 Mark Heiser ’02 Dr. Tom & Nancy (Nordstrom) ’72 Heiser Michael & Monica Henkenius Rachelle Herman ’96 Mike ’94 & Kim (Kriz) ’94 Hodge Wayne & Deb Hoge Carrie Holmes Honda of Lincoln Tom Houlihan ’70 Mitch ’83 & Melanie (Ostwald) Hruby Pat & Jeanne Hupp Tom & Micki Huston Leo ’74 & Barbara Jablonski Andy ’95 & Jamie (Ostlund) ’95 Jakub Raymond Janousek Kris & Trish Jarnagin Mary Ann Jaros Joan Johnson Patricia (Clinch) Jones ’63 Joan Junkin Gordon & Margaret KaiserWoodward Randy & Sherry Kaup Chad & Cheryl Kearns Jody Kerr Fr. Nicholas Kipper ’98 Sue Kirkpatrick Matt & Tracy Kleinschmit Tim & Mary (Aldrich) ’74 Knight John Knopp ’59 Lavern & Canice Kobus

Bob & Florence Koenig Brad Kohl ’79 Larry & Renee Kolbush Rick & Joan Konecky Ken & Liz (Saunders) ’82 Koop Ray & Joan (Czeschin) ’80 Koziol Doug & Michelle Kreifels Dan & Susan Krick Todd & Dr. Kelly Krier Lois (Wisnieski) Kriger ’74 Jeff & Kathy Krinke Tom Kuchta ’70 Tom & Jane LaHood Steve Lang ’76 James Lange ’06 Liz Lange ’04 Rick & Sue Lange Kirk & Chris Laughlin Michael ’63 & Carol (Hauschild) ’63 Laughlin Ronald Lee Lincoln Glass Steve & Laurie Lindgren Scott ’89 & Angie Lonergan Todd & Sarah (Kinney) ’85 Long Lowell Circle Investments Tom & Jean Lynch Roger ’84 & Michele Maly Troy ’98 & Katy (Schmidt) ’97 Martin Wayne & Anne Matthes Fr. Paul McCambridge David & Jan McChesney Mike & Janice McConnell Matt & Manuela McDonald Tom McGovern ’63 Allen ’91 & Lisa (Pawloski) McInerney Robert & Margaret McKitterick Scott & Denise McLain Mike & Judy Meagher Byron & Lisa Merrill Mary Ann Micek Joe Millard ’74 Monsanto * Jake Moore John ’80 & Kelly (Anderson) ’80 Morehouse Jered & Jamie Morris Steve ’71 & Lynn (Dickinson) ’71 Morrow Mutual of Omaha Bank * Mark & Magali Napier Mark & Jody Navratil Hoang & Phuong Nguyen Vu & Quynh Nguyen Vuong & Mittra Nguyen Gene & Beth Nickman Dr. Scott ’80 & Jackie Noel Stephen & Marilyn Oborny Madelyn Obrien Keith & Lois O’Brien Dwain & Donna Ohnoutka Rene ’67 & Candice Ojeda Mary O’Shea Kevin & Lisa Paul James & Amy Pelowski

Stan & Diane Pierce Stacy & Rhonda Plooster Ryan & Becky Pollock Tom & Karen Post Marlene Power Kimberly Prchal John & Geriann Rada Jim Reinsch ’82 Rich & Mary Beth Rice Donna Richards Jim & Jolene Ritzman Roger & Angela (Martin) ’86 Root Bill Ryan ’91 Noel Salac ’84 Stephanie Sander ’54 Joel & Kathy (Vestecka) ’80 Sartore Jeff & Anne Schmidt Dave & Elizabeth Schneider Schoettger Orthodontics PC Quirt & Susan Scott Lynnette (Hannasch) Sellon ’82 Sentry Electric Patrick & Elizabeth Shea Edward & Elaine Simpson Robert & Bonnie Sittig Dick & Shelly Smith Jean Smith Ronald Smith ’66 Sharon Smith Dave & Valerie Snitily Patrick ’81 & Sharon Spethman Curtis & Lisa Staab Rose Marie Stava Kyle & Jennifer Steffen Bart ’84 & Tina ’93 Stephens Marshall & Dawn Stephens Don & Elaine Stewart Duane Svec Advertising Company Tim & Lynn Sweeney Gary & Roxanne Talbott Matt & Joan (Hanigan) ’83 Tasler Dennis Tegtmeier ’65 Dick & Jan Tetherow Ryan & Shelly (Kidwell) ’90 Theil Dale & Kim Theisen Jeannie Travers Tree Guys Bob & Jean Turgeon Dan & Shari Ullman Greg & Deana Unger Brent Van Slyke ’02 Greg & Nancy Vrbka Jerry & Christina Vrbka Bertha (Davey) Weitzel Dr. Bryan & Mary Welty Rose (Vrchota) Westerlund ’67 Alan & Joyce Wickman Myron & Hannah Wilder Pam Wilkes Bert & Sue Wilkinson Becky Winkelman Clayton & Jane Winkelman Edna Wisnieski U 37

One Act Play 2016 - “Two Fronts,” a reflection on the impact of World War II at home as well as overseas. Skip ’61 & Lucy (Mutchie) ’61 Young Keith & Shelley Zaborowski Laura Ziems ’96 Dr. Paul & Gia Zuercher PATRONS CLUB Andrea & Marsa Acin Michael & Paula Allen Bert & Janet Anderson Jack Arkfeld Michael & Lisa Bals Mike & Donna Barnes Scott & Ann Barnett Deirdre Barr Michael & Angela Barry Christopher ’85 & Susan Becker Adam & Darci Benson Fr. Joseph Bernardo Daniel & Monica Blankenau Ken & Lisa Boatman Bob & Mary Ann Bobrowski Dr. Brian & Kathy Boes Clint & Theresa Boothe Mary Bouc ’51 Gene Brake Barbara Brennan Tim & Melissa (Miller) ’90 Brox Bryan Medical Center Jeff Bryant ’70 Van & Trang Bui Blaine & Abby Burmeister Barry & Tricia Butler Tim & Kim-Yen Cao Carpetland Thomas & Adaline (Stefanac) Cashore Brian Cecava Lenny & Carol Clarkson Jerry & Judith Clinch Jack & Jane Connealy Susan Connolly ’03 Michael & Julie (Czaplewski) ’90 Conway Phyllis Cook

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Fr. Gary Coulter ’92 Stephen Cowan ’93 William & Mary Davenport Perry Demma ’60 Pat & Rhonda Dodson James & Jody Duchesneau Joe & Renee Duggan Tony & Tam Dworak Earl May Nursery & Garden Center Frank & Jolene Egelhoff Elizabeth Evermann Eye Surgical Associates Bill & Mary Feltes Bob & Carla Fiedler Robert & Amanda (Potter) ’97 Finder Michael & Elizabeth (Jacobs) Fitzgerald Michael & Mary Kay Gaura GE Foundation * Aaron Gengler ’04 Ed & Dottie Gentrup Edward & Connie Guerra Bob Haggerty ’73 David & Carolyn Hall Richard & Linda Hanigan ’80 Corey & Monica (Zuerlein) ’97 Hansen Hunter & Sheila Harman Gary ’88 & Kim (Gabriel) ’88 Harper Donna Harrison Mitch & Sandy Hartman Jeff & Melissa Henry Cathy & Wayne Heyen Paul & Jodie Higgins Matthew & Leah (Burling) ’92 Huber Todd & Nancy Jarchow Jim & Danetta Jensen Betty Johnson Justin & Amy Johnson Kenneth Kalisek Thomas ’68 & Marron (Zimmer) ’69 Keady Craig & Natalie Keaschall

Michael Keefe ’74 Juliet Kelty ’99 Kathy (Busick) Khalaf ’74 Linda Kistler Jackie Kopetka Tom & Jill (Noel) ’83 Korta Fr. Leo Kosch Dennis & Theresa Kottwitz Kerry & Jeanna Kowalski Chuck & Kaye Kreikemeier Devin & Tina Kreikemeier Michael & Karen Kucera Joe & Charity Kuehn Troy & Krista Kuenning Eugene & Noreen Lackey Robert & Loretta Lang Mark & Jan Lauritsen Toan & Tuyen Le Shawn & Jen Liliedahl Mary Jo Linebaugh Mary Anne (Turner) Linscott ’63 Joseph ’74 & Michelle Loudon Nichole (Morgan) MacDonald ’97 Rod & Jill Machacek Margy (Lackey) ’82 & Shawn Mahler Thuong & Mai Mai Dr. John ’89 & Kendra (Karnopp) ’90 Majerus Pam Makovicka Michael & Dea Mandery Brent & Tosha Mansheim Danny & Karen Marsh Jeff & Kris (Nabity) ’91 Maul Donald & Debra Mazour Roger & Denise Meeks Marilyn Mercier Travis & Stephanie Meyer Francisco & Carla Meza Steve & Susan Milhouse Jeremy & Courtney Miller Ron & Ann Miller Ronald & Roni Miller Deryle & Nadine Morton Steve Mueting ’64

Kevin ’85 & Christy (Masek) ’88 Naumann Greg & Brenda Nepper Jimmer ’87 & Susan (Burger) ’87 Noel Seth Odgaard ’93 Brian & Linda Ohnoutka PEO - Chapter AI Kenny & Kris Pfeiffer Thach & Tanci Pham Peggy Polacek Dr. Gerald & Madeline (Gourlay) ’51 Polesky Ron & Marcene Polivka Jo (Ceraolo) Poore ’74 Donald & Fran Potter Sean & Elizabeth Quigley Donna Radford John & Patricia Rajewski Rick & Georgeanne Rashilla Randy & Susan Ratliff Bob & Donna Rau Herb & Katie Reese John & Diane (Dawson) ’72 Reinsch Thomas & Peggy Reisher James ’77 Rice Dan & Amy Riley Todd & Rita Rolfes Don & Virginia (Krouse) ’56 Rowen Mitch & Karen Rowley Richard & Rosanne Ruby Kristine Sarver Dale & Suzie Schlautman Daniel & Joyce Schlautman Ronald & Theresa Schlautman Brad ’69 & Mary (Easley) ’69 Schmidt Mark Schmitz Ronald & Tammie Scholz Robert & Dee Schuchart Robert & Diane Sealock Michael & Lori (Thorpe) ’74 Shaal Tim & Geri Shipley Sign Pro

Scott & Colleen Sims Jim & Doris Smith Richard & Beth Sposato Scott & Linda Stacy Patricia (Stetson) StetsonWarning ’74 Mark & Margy Stoley Walter & Ellen Stroup Jason & Sherri Suelter Jerry & Sara Sukup Tom Sullivan ’64 Bob & Jan (Harre) ’85 Swanson Bryn & Christina Tejral Brian & Michelle Thavenet The Gates Dave & Linda Thomsen Peter & Jean (Hanigan) ’88 Timmerman Patrick & Mary Tines Patrick & Minh Trinh Dr. Anthony Troia Roger & Cindy Uttecht Jack & Sandra Vandewalle Wendell & Karen Victor Kirk & Janice Vifquain Elizabeth Volkmer ’97 Michael ’92 & Erica (Alt) Volkmer Kent & Lori Vossler Scott Walker Vince & Jennifer Ward Ann Warday Brian & Veronica Wharry Jim & Connie Wilson Kevin & Kathryn Wright Dave & Luann Zastrow Steve ’83 & Julie (Wakefield) ’84 Zeplin David Zweig ’61 Betty Jo (Mitchell) Zwiener ’58 FRIENDS CLUB Thad ’93 & Amy (Nelson) ’92 Aerts David & Nancy (Strizek) ’84 Allder Jessica (Becker) Allington ’02 Allstate * Kenneth & Linda Almquist Jeff & Deb Altman Brent & Becky Anderson Joseph & Trisha (Klabenes) Arnold Nancy (Hoover) Balcetis ’68 Bob & Laurie Barnes Daniel & Cathleen Barry Darrell Baum Chris & Mary Beardslee Mike & Barb Becker Tom & Pam Beiermann Duane & Betty Bender Daniel & Dorothy Benes James & Carrie Benes Mitch ’04 & Maria (Van Etten) ’03 Benes John & Nagwa Bi Dorothy Brandt Jim & Judy Brichacek

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Pius Connections - Fall 2016  

Pius Connections is published bi-annually for alumni, parents and friends of Pius X High School.

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