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A P U B L I C AT I O N F O R D E PA U L C AT H O L I C H I G H S C H O O L

S C H O L A R S H I P • FA I T H • C O M M U N I T Y

Honoring the Class of 1960

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2016 – 2017

The 2015-2016 school year witnessed numerous student and faculty accomplishments. The Fred Keil Center for Sports Medicine is nearly complete as we welcome our first cohort of student-athletic trainers and new curriculum offerings. As with the year prior, such enhancements benefit our current Spartans providing them a safe and academically rich school environment. Scholarship, faith and community, the pillars of a DePaul education, are modeled daily in the actions of our dedicated faculty and students.

Events Calendar LETTER FROM OUR PRESIDENT

You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream! ~ C.S. Lewis

Senior Mass of Lights Thursday, December 22, 2016 Old Time Bingo Friday, January 20, 2017 Location: School Gym DePaul Catholic High School Tricky Tray Thursday, March 23, 2017 Location: Westmount Country Club DePaul Catholic Class of 2017 Graduation Tuesday, June 6, 2017 24th Annual DePaul Catholic Golf Classic Thursday, June 8, 2017 Location: The Knoll West Country Club

It is my pleasure to share with you the 60th Anniversary Edition of the Spartan Sentinel and our Report on Voluntary Giving. As we celebrate our 60th year, it is my honor and privilege to continue the legacy of faith-filled service and academic excellence that is at the heart of DePaul Catholic High School. I am grateful to our countless supporters, who readily share their time, talent and treasure with our school making it possible to accomplish our important work. So much has been achieved over our first sixty years and our goals and dreams for the future are bright and exciting. Our new strategic plan, “Building on a Legacy”, is part goal and part dream. It will serve as our school’s guide for growth and development. I am confident that the possibilities for DePaul Catholic are limitless thanks to our supportive Board of Trustees, strong alumni, talented and dedicated faculty, committed parents and inspirational students. Regardless of your affiliation to DePaul Catholic, each of us is united by a common bond – we are members of the Spartan Family.

As you read the following pages, remember your time with your DePaul family. Perhaps it was your first Mass or a championship victory that brings that smile. Hopefully it includes a shared connection with an adult, teacher, coach, or a role model who had a positive impact on your life. Finally, I am nearly positive your memory will contain a classmate or two, individuals with whom you likely created lifelong friendships. As I reflect, my mind is filled with lasting images of Spartans, people of great courage and self-discipline, actively pursuing scholarship, faith and community. Images of warm smiles in the morning, jubilation after success, and a deep sigh released at graduation for a job well-done. I invite each Spartan to return to Alps Road for a visit and join us in celebrating sixty years of Excellence in Scholarship, Faith and Community. While the bricks and mortar may have changed, DePaul Catholic’s core foundation remains grounded in our Catholic faith. I wish each of you all the best and I look forward to our paths crossing at one of our many upcoming events or school programs. St. Vincent DePaul…Pray for Us! Joseph M. Tweed President

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Welcome Back Father Peter, Principal

Happy 60th Birthday DePaul Catholic

St. Vincent DePaul PRAY FOR US!

Recognition of DePaul Catholic Honor Students

Sports Medicine Program

Over 328 Years of Service!

Thank You Bill Martin

Nine and Dine

Football Legend

Sharing Wisdom - Career Day

Accomplished Alums

15-16 Report on Giving

DE PAUL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES William Martin’64 Chairperson TRUSTEES Eileen Burke Jason Cullari, ‘01 Gerard Donnelly ‘72 Theodore Gaffney ‘82 Susan Guggenheim Gloor, ‘81 Rev. Michael Lombardo Ken Marshall, ‘83 Dennis Murray Robert Niemiec Christa Hoeher Reddy, Esq., ‘72 Martin Vergara, ‘01 Joan Waks, Esq. Dr. James Wolf, ‘94 Christopher P. Zraly, ‘82 EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Mary Baier Joseph M. Tweed, M.S. Ed President


scholarship

scholarship

Welcome Home Fr. Peter Clarke

DePaul Catholic High School 2016-2017

DePaul Catholic High School’s New Principal

National Honor Society Inductees

For DePaul Catholic High School’s new principal, Fr. Peter Clarke, the term “welcome home” has new meaning. Prior to returning to his beloved DPCHS family this past July, he served as Principal of St. Brendan’s Catholic School in Clifton for the past five years. Fr. Peter is a familiar face to many, having served as DPCHS’ Chaplain for almost five years leading up to his appointment at St. Brendan as well as the “voice” of DPCHS’ Annual Tricky Tray. As Chaplain at DPCHS, he was involved in the Peer Ministry Program, served as Theology Department Chairperson and Headmaster of the then-newly-established 8th Grade Prep Program. A 2004 graduate of St. Mary’s Seminary and University, Fr. Peter was ordained on May 29, 2004 and assigned to St. Vincent DePaul Parish in Stirling, NJ as Parochial Vicar. He is a graduate of Centenary College with a B.A. in Elementary Education and earned an M.S. in Education Administration from New York University. He also holds an M.A. in Theology from St. Mary’s Seminary and University and is currently completing his dissertation for a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from The College of St. Elizabeth. In the following Q&A, Fr. Peter sheds some light on what it means to be back home at DPCHS: What brought you back to DPCHS? When the principal position opened up, the Bishop graciously appointed me – based on my qualifications and genuine affection for this place – and I was absolutely thrilled! Living up to its mantra as “the place to be,” DePaul Catholic holds a very special place in my heart that has only grown during the past 10 years. What are some of DPCHS’ greatest attributes that have stood the test of time? Of course, there are many familiar faces among the faculty who – regardless of their tenure – are dedicated to and passionate about providing our students with a top-notch Catholic-based education. They not only teach and challenge on an academic level, they instill character and a sense of community into everyday student experiences.

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Why is this balance so important in today’s society? Guiding students and providing them with the tools to establish their own moral compass is not something you find everywhere. At DePaul Catholic, we have the opportunity to help our students stay the course – and get back on track when necessary – in becoming respectful and respectable human beings. They need not be ashamed or afraid of making mistakes – we are all living out our faith by being here for one another.

Congratulations to Ligaya Lim Commended National Merit Scholar Yannis Alejo

Tyler Conklin

Brandon Alonso

Colleen Coyman

Kaylee Andruska

Hunter Crespo

Maria Carpinelli

Sibarys Cruz

Rebecca Cuevas

Kira Mocera

Taylor Decker

Carlie Nasseh

Kaela Gobencion

Brittney Nickel

Patryk Golaszewski

Alyssa O’Brien

Anthony Giurintano

Ann O’Neill

Kaitlyn Hart

Marc Palmisano

Zoraida Hastings

Kyle Pelissier

Rashelle Jackson

Tanner Purcel

Brandon Kui

Nicole Rascionato

Ligaya Lim

Francesca Romaniello

Jordan Macci

Patrick Sapinski

Noelle Maddalena

Victoria Schmidt

Drew McDonald

Julianne Weiss

Sloan McKenna

Thomas Wynne

What do you see on the horizon in terms of the curriculum? Of course we will continue to keep our finger on the pulse of future educational trends as well as what colleges and universities are seeking in terms of rigor. DPCHS has become known for its strong cross-curricular foundation in the humanities, math, science and engineering so we will continue to broaden our offerings, where appropriate. My role is to support the teaching staff and contribute toward advancing their respective subject areas.

NATIONAL SCIENCE HONOR SOCIETY

ST. VINCENT DE PAUL THEOLOGY HONOR SOCIETY

MU ALPHA THETA MATH HONOR SOCIETY

INTERNATIONAL THESPIAN HONOR SOCIETY

As an academic, you’re familiar with Franklin D. Roosevelt’s “first 100 days in office.” What are your highest priorities during your “first 100 days?” I’ve been focusing my efforts on observing and listening – two very important life skills. By studying the good teaching in action here at DePaul Catholic, and as a lifelong learner myself, my goal is to support and advance the evolution of our curriculum offerings, the use of technology and professional education all in the name of inspiring our students in the classroom and beyond.

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scholarship

scholarship

Spartans earn Q1 Honors The following students were commended by Fr. Peter Clarke and Joe Tweed for achieving Principal’s Honors, First Honors and Second Honors for the first quarter of the 2016-2017 Academic year: eighth grade FIRST HONORS Sean Rendeiro SECOND HONORS Jason Agnoli Daniel Daly Sierra Williams freshman class PRINCIPAL’S HONORS Jesus Delgado Sean Kelly Hailey Krajewski Alexa LoMonaco Hanna Vaidya Paige Yagins FIRST HONORS Douglas Alcott Julian Amadio Melissa Beretta Amanda Callahan Andrew Carvalho Lauren Coyman Alexander Emuang Emilio Fierro Krystian Gabin Jamielyn Juan Veronika Kovalev Deena Kucharski Jessica Long Alexandra Maizys Emily McGourty Adriana Morales Charlotte Ortzian Devin Parkyn Grace Polk Kaylee Reyes Sydney Smith Nicholas Tea Sindu Thoompally

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Mariah Vargas Michael Zepernick SECOND HONORS Adam Abdrabou Nicholas Bayuelo Erin Cavanagh Leah Fabris Joseph Giordano Aaron Kucinski Eric Meslin Victoria Mitch Sara Natoli John O’Reilly Carlos Picado Thomas Ryan Bryanna Strickland Abigail Stripeikis Brandon Tattersal Isabella Trocino sophomore class PRINCIPAL’S HONORS Michael Cuocolo Sofia Holtje Sofia Nasiek Madison Nyhuis FIRST HONORS Elizabeth Baltzis Anthony Buttitta Samantha Buttitta Ricky Cabanillas Philip Caggiano Christopher Casasola Jesse Conklin Marisa Conte Alexa Couret Julia DelMastro Gianna DiPiano Jeremy Ferias Michael Ferrara

Matthew Garcia Alexa Inturrisi Natalie Okur Alba Rosario Gianna Scolamiero Bernard Siebel Marian Siri Richard Szumita SECOND HONORS Nicole Alonso Bryan Balarezo Stephanie Contaldi Dante DeStefano Alondra Esquilin Amanda Fallon Aldo Grambone Jonathan Howlett Alexa Juchniewicz Josenino Kitele Nina Lombardo Noah Marchese Christohper Marren Shaye McKenna Janelle Monroe Chloe Nardone Natalie Pych Chelsea Richard Ta’Quan Roberson Efe Sarigul Wanting Shan Alyssa Targia Kendall Tully Scott West junior class PRINCIPAL’S HONORS Gianna Crisafulli Haichen Yang Julia Zepernick

FIRST HONORS Jonna Anello Khristopher Banks Weihan Chen Dominique Coiro Zofia-Lynn Conte Richard Denboske Gia DePinto Hannah Doktor Erica Ebert Michelle Fondacaro Lauren Galdos Jill Garcia Christina Giordano Victoria Lipari Suzie Lippolis Kailee Lockwood Elizabeth Louzeiro Caley Lowe Veronica Montanez Brooke Morella Erin Murphy Alyssa Oviedo Isabella Ramos Summer Ramundo Nicholas Reyna Gianna Rizzo Claudia Romani Roxanne Rouskas Yuntian Shi Jack Skipper Sydney Timorason Ashley Urena Kristen Weiss SECOND HONORS Toluwani Adedeji Sienna Amato Shelton Applewhite Kendall Austin Joseph Bastante

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Michael Buczek Kaitlin Cavanagh Cassandra Clark Nicole D’Ambrosia Vincent DePalma Kelly Gomez Sarah Joyce Justin Mercogliano Gabriel Mikos Brandon Miller Cristian Morillo Bianca Muscato Kelly Nilssen Milagros Osis Tiffany-Emma Pilkin Vincent Stabile Chen Wang Michael Wehr

Rachel Wesch Yunchen Zhang senior class PRINCIPAL’S HONORS Ligaya Lim FIRST HONORS Christopher Alvarado Amanda Ayala Xinyi Cai Colleen Coyman Hunter Crespo Sydney Crispano Patryk Golaszewski Kaitlyn Hart Shasha Mao Kira Mocera

Brittney Nickel Yiming Niu Alyssa O’Brien Ann O’Neill Morgan O’Neill Francesca Romaniello Victoria Schmidt Yue Shui Simon Ryan Claudia Stephenson Luke Van Winkle Madison Vergara Julianne Weiss Thomas Wynne SECOND HONORS Kaylee Andruska Brian Bethencourt

Tyler Conklin Sibarys Cruz Taylor Decker Zoraida Hastings Rashelle Jackson Jonathan Kucinski Brandon Kui Damian Maver Sloan McKenna Samantha Miller Marc Palmisano Tanner Purcel Kushal Renjen Alexa Saberito Dominic Witham Katherine Witterschein Haofeng Ye

Sports Medicine Program

The purpose of the DePaul Catholic High School Sports Medicine program is to provide an overview of the measures for the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of athletic related injuries. Students will study basic anatomy as it applies to athletic injuries, protective equipment taping and bracing to protect the injured area and different theories of evaluation and rehabilitation techniques as they apply

to athletic injuries. Problems such as nutrition, physical examination, wound care, environmental conditions, therapeutic modalities, and the Keil Center for Sports Medicine facility and equipment are discussed. Students in the program are given the opportunity to learn real life hands on skills and work closely with Nancy Keil, Athletic Trainers, teams, coaches and Physical Education faculty.

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community

community Welcome Home: Former Classmates Reconnect with Each Other and the Past

Peer Ministers Pay It Forward In the spirit of St. Vincent DePaul, Peer Ministers mentor members of the Freshman Class during their first semester of high school. These faculty-selected school leaders are facilitating small group discussions, planning activities and serving as role models and examples to DePaul’s newest students: Emily Bosland

Kaitlyn Hart

Kira Mocera

Isaiah Robinson

Nathaniel Byrd

Jake Hess

Brittney Nickel

Esteban Ros

Thomas Colella

Rashelle Jackson

Brooke Niemiec

Alexa Saberito

Margaret Corbutt

Danika Lobosco

Ann O’Neill

Mark Szvetecz

Colleen Coyman

Lauren Mazzanna

Marc Palmisano

Julianne Weiss

Sydney Crispano

Drew McDonald

Leonardo Pastor

Ryan Fitzsimmons

Sloan McKenna

Tanner Purcel

There are many ways DePaul Catholic alums stay connected to their alma mater and to each other. Class Reunions offer former classmates an opportunity to come together and share memories and their life experiences. The Class of 1966 Gathered for a weekend of memories starting with an informal gathering at the Hyatt Morristown on Friday, October 21st. The Group continued the celebration with a memorial Mass and lunch at DePaul Catholic on October 22nd followed by an evening of laughter and dancing at the Hyatt Morristown. The following alums were remembered at the mass:

Celebrating the Legacy In celebration of 60 years of excellence and the Legacy that is DePaul Catholic, the Board, Administration, Faculty, Staff and Students would like to say thank you to the following members of the community for their combined 328 years of service to DePaul Catholic: Sr. Jeanne Agans

46 Years

Oresta Ferrito

27 years

Kenneth O’Connor

46 Years

Koren Amols

28 Years

Joseph Lennon

34 Years

Sue Parler

37 Years

Mary Curran

32 Years

John Merritt, ‘71

40 Years

Bernadette Wiltshire ‘73

38 Years

Elaine Dhondt Marie Doughty Heller Richard Figueras Charles Gerardi Richard Lorberer Eileen McNamara Thomas Mattson

On Saturday, October 22nd, the class of 1976 gathered at the Embassy Suites in Parsippany, NJ to celebrate their 40th reunion. Over fifty members of the class came together for a trip down memory lane.

On Saturday, September 28, 2016, members of the Class of 1979 gathered at the home of Lynn O’Brien Quinn for an informal 37 year reunion. Lynn has already begun work on the 40th Reunion! Stay tuned.

Eileen Lawrence Morgan Susan Menne William Sandiford Michael Schaefer John Trongone William Wagner Susan Weber

Be on the lookout for information about the 55th Reunion! The Class of 1996 came together on Friday, October 14th for the DePaul Catholic vs. Delbarton game. On Saturday, October 15th the class came together at Portobello in Oakland, NJ for an evening of reminiscing.

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faith

faith

60th Anniversary Mass

We Should spend as much time thanking God for his benefits as we do in asking him for them. ~ Vincent DePaul On Tuesday, September 27, 2016, the DePaul Catholic and Holy Spirit School communities came together in celebration of 60 years of excellence for both institutions and to thank God for all his benefits. Many may remember, the first graduating DePaul Class began at Holy Spirit in Pequannock while construction of DePaul Catholic was complete. Father Peter Clarke, Principal, Father Mike Lee, Chaplain and other priests from the Diocese of Paterson celebrated the Feast of St. Vincent DePaul Mass. Father Peter bought everyone on a trip down memory lane with photos. Imagine, in 1960, tuition was $100 for ALL four years! The following alumni members of the DePaul Catholic Faculty and Staff were recognized: Carly Mueller Bedoe, ‘05

T.J. Kowal, ‘09

Adam Bradford, ‘10

Christine Bonasia McGovern, ‘90

Coleen Fitzgerald Brophy, ‘79

Nancy Warner McGrady, ‘75

Cynthia Gramlich-Covello, ‘72

John Merritt, ‘71

Judy Broekamp Gorski, ‘75

Nick Terlizzi, ‘12

Jennie Horwath, ‘02

Katie Hodges Weir, ‘78

Chris Iannarone, ‘93

Bernadette Wiltshire, ‘73

Let us do our duty well; let us go straight to God; let us work to become very humble, very patient, very mortified and very charitable. ~ St. Vincent DePaul

Keith Karsen, ‘87 The mass was a kickoff to a yearlong celebration of all that is DePaul Catholic. St. Vincent DePaul......PRAY FOR US!

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community

community

DPCHS Board of Trustees Chairman Bill Martin DePaul Catholic Apostle of Charity Award Recipient Class of ’64 Grad Credits DPCHS Education as Foundation for his Success William Martin, current Chairman of the Board of Trustees and this year’s St. Vincent DePaul Apostle of Charity Award recipient, has never been one to shy away from a challenge. Even at the young age of 13, when he set his mind to something, he not only achieved it, he exceeded his own and others’ expectations. While in eighth grade, Bill had been told he probably would not pass the Cooperative Admissions Examination Program (COOP) exam for admission to DePaul Catholic High School. Not only did he do well, he gained a coveted spot in the incoming Class of 1964. “We had just moved to a new home in Wayne from Queens and some people thought the quality of my city education had been inferior to that of the schools in suburban Northern New Jersey,” said Bill. “That was all the motivation I needed to do well on the COOP.” “As the oldest of four, my mother really wanted me to attend DePaul and the school’s administrators persuaded me that I needed to prepare myself for a college education,” he added. “So it was with great anticipation – and a bit of angst – that I became of member of the school’s fifth graduating class.” Following graduation in 1964, Bill did what many college-bound students from financially-strapped middle-class families did at the time. He secured a full-time job – at Grand Union headquarters in Elmwood Park, NJ – and attended Fairleigh Dickinson University as a parttime student in the evenings. Through old-fashioned hard work and dedication, he earned a B.S. in marketing and graduated in 1969. Like many twenty-somethings at the time, his original life goals were to buy 10

“The tenets of a DPCHS education are the same as they were 50 years ago. Our young people seem to need them now more than ever in the world in which we live today. Scholarship, faith and community – this foundation will propel all of our young people, regardless of their paths, into successful tomorrows,” he added.

a new car and get engaged. Along the way, he gained a renewed appreciation for his roots. “My parents struggled financially but we were blessed – they had a great marriage, four children and good health,” said Bill, who is proud he left college debt-free. “I was intent on doing well in my career and saw healthcare as an industry that had ‘legs,’ as they say. The timing was right to get in at the ground-floor just when the industry was taking off.” Early Career Sets Stage for Future Success During the first 11 years of his career, Bill held a wide range of sales and marketing executive positions with California-based Stuart Pharmaceuticals; Benton & Bowles (B&B), a Madison Ave.-based advertising firm; and McGraw-Hill, where he honed his skills specializing in healthcare publications. “During these years I kept an open mind, entrenched myself in the publishing side of the business and learned a lot,” explained Bill. “I was 34 years old, married to my wife Janet and had two wonderful children – a son, Brian, and daughter, Suzanne. But I was bit by the entrepreneurial bug – I had an idea and I never wanted to wonder ‘what if…’” This idea served as the business model for Medical Publishing Enterprises (MPE) Communications, of which Bill was a Co-Founder and the President. Starting off with one physician-targeted magazine, MPE evolved into a highly regarded diversified medical journal publishing/communications company serving a wide range of medical specialties and pharmaceutical industries.

Changing of the Guard Happily married to Janet for 44 years, Bill has never been one to slow down. In addition to serving on DPCHS’ like,” he said. “The timing was right since pharmaceutical companies were driven to accelerate product adoption on new drugs, due to FDA regulations, that only had a nine-year ‘exclusive’ lifespan. After that, they became generics.”

Board of Trustees, he is a member of the Executive Board and Chairperson of the Tri-County Scholarship Committee; a member of the audit committee for Oasis in Paterson, NJ; and a member of the Board of Governors and Membership Committee Chairperson at North Jersey Country Club. For the first time in his life, with a milestone birthday looming this March, Bill is planning to ease into a more “traditional” retirement. He will be stepping down as Chairman of DPCHS’ Board of Trustees at the close of this

year. In addition, he will spend more time on Florida’s East Coast with Janet as well as at their beach house in Sea Girt with son Brian, who is married to Tara, a DPCHS alum, and their children Brendan and Juliette, as well as his daughter Suzanne and her son Max. “DePaul Catholic High School will always hold a special place in my heart. And, I will never be shy about sharing my ideas – why would I start now?” joked Bill. “The time is right to pass the baton to the next generation that will guide us through the next 60 years.”

Career Day

In 1999, MPE was acquired by Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc., a publicly traded advertising company. While Bill remained at the helm as chairman, another entrepreneurial business concept was brewing. Soon after leaving MPE, Bill cofounded InComm Conferencing, a global conferencing company focusing on corporate, audio, video and web conferencing. InComm was acquired by Chorus Call, Inc., and Bill remains as a member of its board today. “Building a career and providing for my family were my priorities over the years, so it wasn’t until my son was preparing to go to high school – and my daughter three years later – that I wanted the same DePaul Catholic education for my children what my parents wanted for me,” said Bill, who went on to volunteer on various committees, from the golf outing to educational committees and capital campaigns.

“I never wanted to be one of those people sitting on the bus going to a job I didn’t

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On Friday, May 20, 2016, DePaul Catholic welcomed twenty-six members of the DePaul Catholic community to share with the students the career path they have taken since high school graduation. Alumni, current and past parents and former faculty provided overviews in the areas of business and finance, entrepreneurship, law, philanthropy, education, construction, medicine and politics. The event was a huge success and was enjoyed by the students, faculty and presenters. The following participated in the panels: Lou Aboyoun, ‘04 Tom Brophy, PP Walter Buczek, ‘80 Eileen Burke, PP, BOT Chaz Cervino, ‘07 Kevin Corso Christopher Donnelly, ‘00 Gerry Fazzio Christopher Haring, ‘09 Michael DuHaime, ‘91 Sue Guggenheim Gloor, ‘81, PP, BOT Serene Murphy Hennion, ‘85, PP Richard Kluge, PP

Entrepreneurship Technology Entrepreneurship Medicine Business and Marketing Physical Therapy Construction Education Business Keynote Speaker Philanthropy Law Technology

Tom Law, ‘04 Scott Leishman, ‘73 Judy Linder, PP Debra Lozito, ‘78 Ken Marshall, ‘83, BOT Bill Martin, ‘64, PP, BOT Carin McDonald, CP Bob Niemiec, CP, PP, BOT Sue Parler Assemblyman Scott Rumana Carrie Ryan, ‘98 Martin Vergara, ‘01, BOT Joan Waks, PP, BOT Kelly Walsh, ‘03 Chris Zraly, ‘82, BOT

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1950 - 1959

1956

1957 1959

‘53: The Diocesan Development Fund was organized by Bishop McNulty. This was to create three new Diocesan High Schools and 28 elementary schools

‘56: DePaul Diocesan High School Opens at Holy Spirit School with 96 students and 9 faculty members

‘56 - 62: Sr. Ann Joachim serves as Principal

‘56 - 76: Fr. John McHugh serves as Director

‘57: DePaul Diocesan High School is dedicated and students move to Alps Road Campus

‘59: All 4 grades are present on campus

‘59 - 60: Year of Firsts (Prom, Yearbook & Graduation)

1962

1963

‘62: Coach Fred Keil leads the Football Team to the 1st State Championship

Sep. 17, 1963: The NEW WING of school building is dedicated

‘63 - 65: Sr. Mary Philip serves as Principal

1970 - 1979 1970

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1968

‘65: Coach Ron Snack leads the Boys X-Country Team to the State Championship

‘65 - 2000: Sr. Patricia Flarity serves as Principal

‘68: 1st Theater Production “My Fair Lady” takes the DePaul Stage

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1978

‘70: Sr. Jeanne Agans joins the Faculty ‘72: Summer School Program begins ‘72: Coach Fred Keil leads Football Team to the State Championship ‘73: Msgr. O’Rorke Leads the Golf Team to the State Championship ‘73: Dominick Sinopoli Leads the Track and Field Team to the State Championship ‘74: Portable Classrooms are installed on Campus ‘75: 1st Computer Lab is Built ‘75: Coach Jack Jones leads Football Team to the State Championship ‘76 - 81: Msgr. James O’Rorke serves as Director ‘76: Christian Service Program is introduced ‘78 - Present: Sr. Jeanne Agans serves as Vice Principal

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1982

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‘80: Coach John Luccia leads the Wrestling team to the State Championship ‘81: DePaul celebrates 25th Anniversary with Benefit Ball at the Wayne Manor ‘81: Coach Ron Snack leads the X-Country Team to the State Championship ‘82: Paula Lassalandra leads the Field Hockey Team to the State Championship ‘83: Fr. Brendan McLoughlin leads the Golf Team to the State Championship ‘83 - 85: Paula Lassalandra leads the Softball Team to 3 Consecutive State Championships ‘85: Fr. Brendan McLaughlin leads the Golf Team to the State Championship ‘88: Education Council is Formed ‘89: School receives 1st Middle States Accreditation ‘89: First Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony ‘89: DePaul competes in 1st Mock Trial Competition ‘89: Softball wins State Championship

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‘10: First Strategic Plan is introduced ‘10: 8th Grade Program welcomes first class ‘11: DePaul Catholic competes in MSG Varsity Quiz Show ‘13 - 15: Coach John McKenna leads the Football Team to three consecutive State Championships ‘13 - Present: Joseph Tweed serves as President ‘14: Sr. Jeanne Agans celebrates 50th Jubilee ‘14: Dedication of Student Information Commons ‘15: New Admissions/Advancement suite is opened ‘15: Inaugural 8th Grade Graduates from High School ‘15: New School-Wide Security System Installed ‘14 - 16: Kenneth Jennings serves as Principal ‘16 - Present: Fr. Peter Clarke serves as Principal ‘16: Fred Keil Center for Sports Medicine is built ‘16: “Building on a Legacy”, DePaul’s 2nd Strategic Plan is unveiled ‘16: DePaul Celebrates 60 Years of Excellence in Scholarship, Faith, and Community ‘16: 60th Anniversary Mass celebrated September 27, 2016

2010 - 2016

2000

‘00: Turf Field is Installed ‘00: Stand Tall Program is Implemented ► ‘00 - ‘07: Thomas Smithling serves as Principal ► ‘01: Vincentian Scholars Program is Introduced ► ‘02: DePaul Catholic adopts President/Principal Leadership Model ► ‘02 - 04: Fr. Geno Sylva serves as President ► ‘04: Colleen Sullivan, English Teacher, named NJ non-public Teacher of the Year ► ‘04: John Merritt leads the Boys Track and Field team to the State Championship ► ‘04: 1:1 Tablet PC Program is introduced ► ‘05: DePaul Catholic designated as a Diocesan STAR School ► ‘05: Convent moves to new Residence on Joyce Lane ► ‘05: Wireless Network installed throughout campus ► ‘05 - 09: Bob Costello serves as President ► ‘06: 50th Anniversary ► May 16, 2016: Flarity Hall is dedicated ► ‘08 - ‘14: Anthony Sciaino serves as Principal ► ‘08: Board of Trustees is established ► ‘09 - ‘13: Fr. Michael Donovan serves as President ► ‘09 - ‘14: Tony Sciano serves as Principal ► ‘09 - ‘16: Coach Keith Karsen leads the Wrestling Team to Three Consecutive State Championsips ►

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2006 2008 2009

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1996

‘91: First Night Football under the Lights ‘92: Coach Joe Lennon Leads the Football Team to the State Championship ‘92: Paula Lassalandra leads the Girls Basketball Team to the State Championship ‘92 - 93: Coach Rich Bayley leads the Golf Team to win two consecutive State Championships ‘93: Gerry Fazzio leads the Wrestling team to the State Championship ‘93: Paula Lassalandra leads the Girls Softball team to the State Championship ‘93: Paula Lassalandra leads the Girls Basketball team to the State Championship ‘96: School is renamed to DePaul Catholic High School


alumni news

alumni news

Congratulations to Mary Keaveney-Naughton, ‘82 2016 Working Mother of the Year! Director, U.S. Oncology Ethics and Compliance; Pompton Plains, NJ; mom of Connor, 22 (not pictured), Raymond, 20, and Philip, 10

flexibility provided by Novartis, she was able to be there when her family needed her most. Although Mark is missed terribly, Mary and her kids have learned to be joyful again. They have positively channeled their grief by participating in fundraising events for the New Jersey Sharing Network, raising over $20,000 together to date. “I’ve drawn strength from my family, friends and faith, and realized that I’m blessed beyond measure,” says Mary. “I’ve learned that as long as my kids are okay, I’m okay.”

In 2012, Mary KeaveneyNaughton, ‘82 made a decision to change careers, moving from a sales director role to a compliancefocused position. Less than a year later, her stay-at-home husband Mark passed away suddenly, leaving her alone to cope with single parenthood. Mary faced these challenges with courage and determination as she focused on helping her family survive and thrive. Using the support and

providers were flooded with traffic that day as people tried to connect with one another and the circuits were overwhelmed, while the bombing suspects remained at large.

Photo: Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation

resumed his job as if he had never been away. Upon his return to work, he traveled, completed acquisitions, including a reverse acquisition, and did many debt and equity transactions, all with his wife serving as his eyes.

Congratulations To Joe Bellantoni, ‘80, PP Blind MIT Executive MBA Student Prepares for Graduation

“I was a fast learner, and I did it. I was his assistant for nine months … pro bono,” she said.

By: Amy MacMillan Bankson | April 6, 2016

home with their two sons and worked part time.

Nine years after a harrowing car accident left Joe Bellantoni blind, he will mark a milestone when he receives his MIT Executive MBA degree in June. It’s just the latest accomplishment in a journey from a near-death experience to a life that now includes leading a charity and running marathons.

At the age of 45, Bellantoni was unaware he had diabetes, until he passed out behind the wheel of his Jeep on a New Jersey highway in July 2007. At 60 miles per hour, he lost control of his car as it slid under a lumber truck in front of him, then popped back out.

Beside him in all these endeavors is his wife, Denise Bellantoni. The two met as teenagers in a New Jersey suburb in the early 1980s. As a high schooler, Bellantoni was already business-savvy. His intellect and drive later propelled him through the ranks to become chief financial officer of the Crystal Springs Golf Resort, while his wife stayed

“The top of my car was sheared off … and somehow my seat reclined, otherwise I would have been [decapitated],” said Bellantoni, who does not remember that day. He broke his neck and all of his ribs on his left side, crushed his face, bit off his tongue, punctured his lung, and severed his arm and pinky finger.

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“I was watching the news, and shaking really hard … it was very disturbing and there was no sign of Joe,” she said. Three people were killed and hundreds more were injured in the bombings, and MIT police officer Sean Collier was shot and killed by the bombers while they were on the run days later.

After he was taken by helicopter to the hospital, the family’s older son Michael, a sophomore in college was told to say his goodbyes. Their younger son, Matthew, a sophomore in high school, was away at Boy Scout camp. Although his injuries were severe, Bellantoni recovered. When he left intensive care earlier than expected, and then left a rehabilitation facility earlier than expected, he was blind, but undaunted. Doctors could not give a reason for the blindness. Just eight weeks after his accident he returned to work, and Denise Bellantoni took over where her husband’s eyesight left off. Bellantoni taught her to use a computer, and with her help, he

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But Bellantoni, who overcame diabetes to the astonishment of his doctors, was bored. In 2009, he picked up running. He started training for his first race, the New York City marathon, in less than nine weeks, and burned out his first treadmill at home. He discovered Achilles International, which provides volunteer runners to help people with disabilities and visual impairments navigate road races and other athletic events. That year he ran the New York City marathon with five Achilles guides. Since then, Bellantoni has run 25 marathons, including three ultramarathons, eight triathlons, and competed in one Ironman triathlon. Not

one to sit around, his wife laced up her running shoes, shed 40 pounds, and joined him in more than 100 races. BOSTON 2013 On April 15, 2013, Bellantoni was competing in the Boston Marathon with an Achilles International guide he had run with only once previously. Denise Bellantoni took advantage of VIP tickets and sat in the finish line bleachers. Around 11 a.m., Achilles International asked her to volunteer at its tent and she agreed. She checked her watch not long before 3 p.m. Because Bellantoni always trained on a treadmill, she said, “You can set a watch to him.” Just as she remarked to someone that her husband was probably about done with the race, the first of two explosions went off near the finish line. Initially, she thought it was a cannon in honor of Patriots’ Day, but when the second boom sounded seconds later, she knew something was wrong. Denise Bellantoni had no way to reach her husband. Cell phone service

Bellantoni and his guide had been less than a mile away when the bombs exploded. They were diverted from the finish line. “All of a sudden they stopped the race, and I thought maybe a car had hit somebody,” said Bellantoni, who did not hear the explosions. “Then, word started going around, and I started panicking because I knew Denise was at the finish line.” Bellantoni credited his guide for inadvertently saving him. His original guide had canceled at the last minute, and the second guide had to make several unexpected stops during the last few miles. The delays kept them from being at the finish line when the bombs exploded. “He’s like a cat with nine lives. He’s here for a reason,” Denise Bellantoni said. IGNORING THE LIMITS In 2010, the Bellantonis founded Blind Ambition Coalition, a nonprofit

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foundation where blind and disabled people meet up to snow tube, hike, sail, cook, go to movies, and do other activities including triathlon clinics at the Crystal Springs Resort with Achilles International athletes to enhance their quality of life. Denise Bellantoni was inspired to start the organization after she met with a local blindness foundation and asked for guidance on what activities blind people could do. “They told me, ‘We have books on tape,’ and I said, ‘Yeah, and?’” she said. The couple got their sons involved, and today they all help coordinate activities, including barbecues at their home. In 2014 Bellantoni returned to Boston to run the marathon again and ran next to an MIT Sloan student. He was inspired to apply to the MIT Executive MBA program, a 20-month, executive schedule MBA degree program, especially because of his interest in entrepreneurship. EMBAs, who typically have significant work experience, remain in their jobs while

attending school for 26 weekends and four week-long modules. A CFO for more than 20 years, Bellantoni is now vice president of strategic planning and corporate development at Crystal Springs Golf Resort. In his new position, and with his new degree, he will do more special projects and consulting. “That’s all from my EMBA. When I come to class, I look for things to bring back to work. About 80 percent of my assignments have been work-related,” Bellantoni said. Each time Bellantoni attends a weekend session at MIT Sloan, his wife accompanies him to classes. She guides him around campus and types up notes for him. Classmates and faculty have been impressed with how far Denise Bellantoni has come in assisting her husband, who uses accessibility programs to read documents to him on his computer.

“I have not seen a stronger bond between two partners,” said Vladimir Konopelko, EMBA ’16. “Denise is Joe’s eyes and assistant, and she spends just as much time at MIT as him, just in a different capacity.” Konopelko lived with the couple during the winter of 2014-2015, and, after Denise Bellantoni installed a white board in the kitchen, the three of them worked on Data, Models, and Decisions problems for hours together. Bellantoni worked extra-long hours.

“Joe was a fabulous student by any measure, and his performance was made even more impressive by the fact that he did not have access to the large number of visuals we use in the courses I teach,” Repenning said. “It is a testament to Joe and Denise’s hard work and collaboration that he was able to get through the course so

successfully. We should probably be giving a degree to Denise as well!” “Denise has done a remarkable job in getting me through this whole thing,” Bellantoni said. He also credited his EMBA classmates, as well as MIT staff members for

assisting him in and out of class. “Everybody has been very supportive. I’ve worked with some great teams, and it’s been a good experience,” he said. To learn more or donate, visit Blind Ambition Coalition online.

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“It was hard. It was a psychological challenge going back to school, and then going back to school not seeing,” Bellantoni said. “Joe does not look at his blindness as a curse or something to dwell on, but rather yet another hurdle [to overcome],” Konopelko said. MIT Sloan Professor Nelson Repenning, who teaches System Dynamics, was similarly awed by the pair’s dedication.

Brandon Kui ‘17 Cover of Wayne Magazine Brandon Kui is currently ranked 3rd in the country at 195 lbs by FloWrestling.

Eric Klenofsky ‘13 Monmouth University’s goalkeeper, Eric Klenofsky, has been named PreSeason All-American.

Joe White ‘14 Joe White, a junior at Georgetown University, competed in the 800m at this summer’s Olympic Trials.

Dave McFadden ‘15 Dave McFadden was named male rookie of the year by Virgina Tech.

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Golf Before Sundown! On Thursday, September 8, 2016, DePaul Catholic High School hosted its first annual Nine and Dine event. The event was spearheaded by John Reddy, PP and a member of the DePaul Catholic golf committee and was a success. The afternoon began with nine holes of golf at the Preakness Valley Golf Course followed by dinner and a tricky tray at the Barnyard in Totowa, NJ. Congratulations go out to Ted Fitzpatrick, ‘00, DePaul Catholic 2015 Hall of Fame

Depaul Catholic Retires First Jersey In School History! inductee for golf...of course, and his foursome for clinching first place! Proceeds from the event benefit the Spartan Athletic Fund. Special thanks to Christa and John Reddy and Tory and Pat Trentacost for making this event a success. Stay tuned for next year’s date!

Tom Vigorito honored with his Jersey #22 being retired during a recent home football game. “Tonight we honor one of the truly great Spartans. Join me in a round of applause as we welcome back Tom Vigorito. Tom is here tonight with his family and friends as we celebrate and honor his accomplishments as a DePaul Football Player by officially retiring his number 22 jersey. Tom was a 1977 graduate and his successes on the football field lead him to be named a High School All-American. He continued his playing career at the University of Virginia and was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 1981. As a member of the Dolphins, he played in Super Bowl 17 in 1982. Tom currently lives in Wayne, with his wife, Natalie and is on the Board of the Miami Project -a foundation started by Nick Buonocotti to cure paralysis. You may notice the number 22 jersey in the backfield for the Spartans tonight. Chase Hebron, a junior Running Back,

will continue to wear the number until graduation. After next season, the number 22 will not be worn again. Thank you, Tom, for your years of Spartan greatness, and we welcome you back to your home on Alps Road.” Joe Lennon, Athletic Director

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2015-2016 Annual Fund Levels of Giving

Ways to Give

St. Vincent DePaul Society

$10,000 and up

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Society

$ 9,999 -$7,500

Leadership Society

$7,499-$5,000

Alps Society

$4,999-$2,500

Msgr. John McHugh Society

$2,499-$1,000

President’s Council

$999-$500

Principal’s Circle

$499-$250

Spartan Club

$249-$100

GIFTS-IN-KIND:

Friends of DePaul Catholic

$99 and below

Gifts-In-Kind include, materials, equipment or services that are given without charge to DePaul Catholic High School. There is always a need for additional items that will benefit the students and faculty. Please contact Maureen O’Connor at 973.694.3702, ext. 440 or oconnorm@dpchs.org.

The lists on the following pages contain the names of all who made contributions to the DePaul Catholic High School Annual Fund either in the form of a direct gift or in donated services between July 1, 2015–June 30, 2016. We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this report. If there are errors or omissions, please accept our apology and notify us at 973-694-3702, ext. 440.

BEQUESTS: A bequest is a gift made via a will. It can be given as a specific amount, as a portion of an estate, or as a remainder share. Contributions to DePaul Catholic High School qualify as charitable tax deductions and may help reduce estate tax liability. An attorney or financial advisor can best provide tax information.

CASH: An outright cash gift qualifies as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes.

MATCHING GIFTS: Many corporations provide resources to supplement the support by employees for charitable institutions. This is a simple and effective way for contributors to increase the value of their gifts. Donors are encouraged to check with their respective employer’s Human Resources Department about the availability of this program.

MEMORIAL BENCHES: A commemorative bench is a wonderful way to give a gift in honor or memory of a loved one. Your gift will provide a lasting tribute for generations to come, as well as supporting the mission of DePaul Catholic.

ONLINE GIVING: Giving is only a click away. Please click on the donation button on the home page of the website www.depaulcatholic.org.

SECURITIES: A gift of securities, stocks and bonds entitles the donor to an income tax deduction; a gift of appreciated securities may also reduce capital gains tax liability. To arrange for a transfer, please contact Maureen O’Connor, Director of Development at 973-694-3702, ext. 440.

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Summary of Annual Giving support to DePaul Catholic 2015-2016

1%

An investment in the DePaul Catholic Annual Fund allows for professional development, curriculum enhancement, strengthens the arts and athletic programs, supports campus ministry, allows for improvements to the facilities and provides scholarships and financial aid to students.

Percentage breakdown of gifts received directly to the 2015-2016 Annual Fund via the Office of Development:

1%

2015-2016 Income:

3% 1%

Tuition and Fees ......................................................... 81% Technology ................................................................... 2%

1% 2%

Transportation .............................................................. 1%

2%

4%

5%

Athletics and Booster Clubs ......................................... 2% Parent and Student Associations ................................. 1% Annual Fund ................................................................. 5% Cafeteria ....................................................................... 3%

20%

16%

1% 1%

1%

Academic and Professional Development ..................... 1%

Student Activities ......................................................... 1%

Athletics ........................................................................ 16%

Unrealized Investment Income ..................................... 0%

Arts ................................................................................. 1%

Total Income ................................................... $8,931,902

81%

Campus Ministry ............................................................ 1% Facilities and Operations .............................................. 20% 20%

Gifts-In-Kind ................................................................... 3%

1%

Scholarship ................................................................... 37% Technology ..................................................................... 1%

37%

1%

Unrestricted .................................................................. 20%

8% 6%

6%

2015-2016 Expenses 2% 2%

Payroll ......................................................................... 48% Benefits ...................................................................... 13%

Total Annual Fund ................................................$324,000

Academic Supplies and Materials ................................ 1%

9%

13%

Athletics ........................................................................ 6%

1% 2% 1%

3%

Plant Maintenance ........................................................ 8% Administration .............................................................. 6% Transportation .............................................................. 2% Cafeteria ....................................................................... 2%

48%

Depreciation ................................................................. 9% Interest .......................................................................... 2%

1%

Breakdown of the 2015-2016 Annual Fund by constituency. This chart reflects number of gifts by each constituency. Please note, it does not reflect overall giving by each group.

Student Activities ......................................................... 1% Advancement & Enrollment Management .................... 2% Total Expenses ................................................ $8,919,030

6%

4% 500,000 475,000 450,000

Alumni ......................................................................... 50% Board of Trustees ......................................................... 9% Parents ....................................................................... 30% Faculty/Staff ................................................................. 6%

50% 30%

Overview Annual Fund 2010-2011 ............................... $224,000 2011-2012 ............................... $476,300

400,000 350,000

Friends .......................................................................... 4%

2012-2013 ............................... $212,240

300,000

Corporate ..................................................................... 1%

2013-2014 ............................... $310,280

250,000

2014-2015 ............................... $344,000

200,000

2015-2016 ............................... $324,000

150,000

9%

0

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Recognition of the 2015-2016 Annual Fund Donors ST. VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Burke Dr. & Mrs. Bradford T. Butler DePaul Catholic Grid Iron Club, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Donnelly, Jr. Alice Hess Donnelly, ‘74 Rod Donnelly, ‘72 Donnelly Construction Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Gaffney Theodore Gaffney, ‘82 Grid Iron Club Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Marshall Kenneth Marshall,’83 Moe’s Southwest Grill New York Life Foundation Oakland Spine & Physical Therapy Our Lady of the Valley Parish Mr. & Mrs. John Reddy Christa Hoeher Reddy, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Serek Rev. V.B. Wells ST. ELIZABETH ANN SETON SOCIETY Mr. & Mrs. Michael Atieh Mike Atieh, ‘71 Mr. & Mrs. Walter Buczek Walter Buczek, ‘81 Hekemian Foundation HMS Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert Holder LEADERSHIP SOCIETY Mr. & Mrs. Augustine Isernia Mr. & Mrs. William Martin William Martin,‘64 Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Murray Ms. Mary Keavney-Naughton, 82 Mr. Andrew Pinto, ‘87 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Serek Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Walsh Wells Fargo Mr. & Mrs. William Wesdyk Mr. & Mrs. Gary Zern

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ALPS SOCIETY Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Eric Kahn Lynn Lacava Kahn, ‘86 Mr. & Mrs. Michael McGourty Mr. & Mrs. William Monahan William Monahan, ‘65 Drs. Sarah & Darius Nasiek Mr. & Mrs. Kevin O’Keefe,’86 Mr. Kevin O’Keefe ‘86 Mr. & Mrs. John Pescatore John Pescatore, ‘82 Prudential Foundation Mr. Bernard Smokowski,’71 The Zovko Family MSGR. JOHN MCHUGH SOCIETY Mr. & Mrs. Michael Carlon Ms. Joanne Steffich Carlon, ‘82 Mr. Michael Carlon, ‘82 Dr. Larry H. Chou, ‘87 Dr. Michael H. Criqui Mr. & Mrs. John DePalma DePaul Fast Break Club Mark Donnelly & Son Construction, LLC Mr. Michael Duhaime,’91 Ms. Susan T. Fitzsimons Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fleming Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Fogelson Mr. John Geaney, ‘75 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kluge Mr. & Mrs. Keith Kucinski Mr. Richard Miller,’70 Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Niemiec Novartis PriceWaterhouseCoopers Mr. & Mrs. Milano Reyna Mrs. Barbara Simon Ms. Joann Kunzweiler Simon Mr. & Mrs. John Soldoveri* Ms. Suzanne Taranto, ‘79 Mr. & Mrs. Xiaoyan Yang Wonderful Giving PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL Mr. & Mrs. Louis Aboyoun All Jersey Express Company, Inc. Sr. Jeanne Agans, S.C. Mr. John Bach, ‘68

Mr. Michael Christiaens, ‘96 Mr. & Mrs. Jason Cullari Jason Cullari, ‘01 Mr. & Mrs. James Cuviello Mr. Michael DuHaime,’91 Mr. John F. Evers, ‘77 Mr. William Fallon, ‘79 Mr. Daniel Ferrari Mr. & Mrs. Greg Gloor Ms. Susan Gugenheim Gloor, ‘81 Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Hanson Dianne Macchia Hanson, ‘82 Ms. Ruthann Koehler, ‘80 Mr. & Mrs. William Kui Mr. Frank J. Lauro,’73 J. Ross Leonard, USAFA, ‘63 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Lynch Mr. Patrick A. Mullin, Esq.,’68 Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Pagliei Mr. Kevin Pezzolla, ‘64 Mr. & Mrs. John Potter Prestige Lock & Home LLC Dr. & Mrs. John C. Scolamiero Dr. Frank A. Scotti,’70 Mr. & Mrs. Mark West Susan Kees West, ‘87 Mark West, ‘87 PRINCIPAL’S CIRCLE Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Angelillo Gregory Angelillo, ‘98 Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Atieh Sandra Farro Atieh, ‘74 Dennis Atieh, ‘74 Mr. Richard Baer, ‘71 Ms. Maria Broekamp Ms. Donna Rahuba Cancel, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Carnogursky Dr. Matthew Chin, ‘02 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Covello Ms. Cynthia Gramlich-Covello, ‘72 Mr. Mark Danisewicz, ‘72 Mr. Matthew Eichen D.M.D., P.A. Mr. David Fazekas, ‘91 Ms. Oresta Ferrito Ms. Danielle M. Garabo Mr. Michael Giannone, ‘66 Mr. & Mrs. Jay Giles PE 9% Jay Giles, ‘60 Mr. & Mrs. John Gleason

John Gleason, ‘61 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Jaskot Joseph Jaskot, ‘82 Dr. John A Kerchoff, ‘66 Ms.Ruthann Koehler,’80 Mr. Marc Laborsky, ‘98 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Lechleitner Margaret Miskavage Lechleitner, ‘90 Mr. Robert C. Legnini Mr. Victor P. Manning Jr.,’63 Lt. Col. Louis Martucci USAF,’74 Mr. Paul Mercogliano & Ms. Susan Columbus Mr. Donald Merritt Mr. Stephen R. Merritt, ‘74* Mr. George E. Newton Jr., ‘64 Ms. Sue Parler Mr. James Peterson,’91 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Profeta Timothy W. Profeta, ‘78 Ms. Kathryn C. Reddy,’10 Mr. Paul D. Renfro Mr. & Mrs. John Schaefer Mr. Jack Sullivan,’03 Mr. John William Sweitzer, ‘63 Rev. John Tarantino, ‘68 Target Mr. & Mrs. Martin Vergara, II Martin Vergara, ‘01 Mr. Bruce E. Vivino Ms. Bernadette Wiltshire, ‘73 Mr. John Wynne Mr. & Mrs. Leo Zatta SPARTAN CLUB Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Michael Agans Dr. & Mrs. Anthony Amato Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Bandola Mr. Daniel W. Beebe, ‘99 Mr. Eugene Behnke, ‘68 Ms. Kathy Bekker Mr. Hal Berson Benevity Community Impact Fund Ms. Noelle Sisti Bikoff, ‘85 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Blair Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Brophy Coleen Fitzgerald Brophy, ‘79 Ms. Noraleigh Smith Brown, ‘83 Mr. Vincent J. Budesa

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Ms. Patricia Bullman Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Buonpastore Anthony Buonpastore, ‘82 Christine Browne Buonpastore, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Taylor Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Cassidy Mr. Michael Christoph Ms. Anne Filippelli Cocoles, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Coiro, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Cozzetto Mr. & Mrs. Claudio Crisafulli Ms. Elizabeth Golden Culleton, ‘62 Mr. John DeFilippis, ‘71 Mr. Ronald DeFilippis, ‘69 Mr. Michael de la Montaigne, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Gregory DelMastro Mr. & Mrs. Richard Denboske Mr. Christopher Dente, ‘91 Mr. & Mrs. Alexander DiLella Mr. Margaret Doherty Mr. Richard Doyle, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. D. Ehlen Col. Earl P. Ewing, ‘64 Mr. & Mrs. Alejandro Fajardo Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Fay Theresa Ledwith-Fay, ‘79 Andrew J. Fay, ‘79 Ms. Susan Ferrari Mr. & Mrs. Frank Finch Jr. Mr. David Fisher Ms. Josephine Fitzpatrick Mr. Edward Fitzsimmons Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Flahive Kerry Gillen Flahive, ‘79 Mr. Daniel Foesel, ‘11 Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Fuller Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Gaedcke Douglas Gaedcke, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. W. Kevin Gaedcke W. Kevin Gaedcke, ‘66 Ms. Danielle M. Garabo Ms. Jean Marie Garcia Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Gill Mr. Daniel Giorgio Ms. Margaret Grace Mr. & Mrs. Mark Granstrand Cecilia Smythe Granstrand, ‘60 Mark Granstrand, ‘60 Mr. Matthew Griffin Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Harris

Mr. & Mrs. Chris Iannarone Chris Iannarone, ‘93 Mr. James G. Hofmann, ‘70 Ms. Barbara Stocus Holden, ’74 Ms. Allison Hough Mr. Eric Hubner, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Aldoph Iannaccone Adolph Iannaccone, ‘68 Ms. Christine Iovino Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Jennings Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kelleher Mr. John Knutowicz Mr. & Mrs. James Koshlap James Koshlap,’64 Mr. Gary Krutul, ‘73 Mr.& Mrs. Edward Kubarewicz Mr. & Mrs. Greg Lacava Mr. & Mrs. James Lang Mr. Michael Lawrence,’68 Mr. & Mrs. Sean Legnini Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lennon Mr. Wayne Long Mr. & Mrs. Leon E. Maes Bonnie Shea Maes, ‘63 Leon Maes, ‘63 Mr. Desidor Maik Mr. Kenneth J Martorano,’67 Mrs. Nancy Warner McGrady,‘75 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McKenzie Mr. & Mrs. David McMahon Mr. Michael McNally,’68 Mr. Daniel McSweeney,’67 Ms. Kathleen Melilli,’72 Mr. & Mrs. John Merritt Jane Buckley Merritt, ‘71 John W. Merritt,’71 Ms. Kinga M. Mikos Mr. Patrick Monahan,‘70 Mrs. Karen Nigro Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. Dan O’Grady Jane Gardiner O’Grady, ‘68 Dan O’Grady, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. O’Neill The Oriente Family Phyllis Keil Oxenreider, ‘77 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Petriello Mr. & Mrs. David Rasa Mr. & Mrs. William Riley Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Riordan Mr. & Mrs. Michael Rizzo

Mr. William M. Roca,’67 Mr. Donald A. Romeo Ms. Eileen Savage Ms. Patricia Savage Ms. Dawn Schaefer Mr. Geoffrey P. Schroeder,’70 Mr. Matthew Shilling Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Simon Mr. John Simonelli,’63 Ms. Alice Sujkowski The Sisters of Charity Sr. Maureen A. Sullivan, SC, ‘63 Mr. James Sweeney, ‘68 Mr. Joseph Thek, ‘68 Mr. Brian Thomas, ‘73 Ms. Carol Moore Trapp,’60 Mr. Michael Trusio,’15 Mr. Joseph Tweed Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Varcadipane Mr. James Wagner, ‘75 Mr. & Mrs. Joel Wagoner Ms. Marie A. Westbrook, PH.D., ‘71 Mr. Marqus White Mr. & Mrs. John Willis Mr. & Mrs. Dominick Witham Mr. Christopher Yen, ‘69 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Yoeckel Ms. Sarah Zanger Mr. Christopher Zraly, ‘82 FRIENDS OF DE PAUL CATHOLIC Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Adams Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Addesso Mr. & Mrs. David J. Agans Mr. & Mrs. Mark Amodio Ms. Koren Amols Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Andruska Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Antoniou Ms. Vernel Applewhite Mr. & Mrs. Seymour Arkin Mr. Scott P. Arnold, ‘86 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Bandomer, Jr. Ms. Renee Berkowitz Ms. Jill Berson Mr. & Mrs. Richard Berson Ms. Elizabeth Lenz Billow, ‘74 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Bloom Mr. Reimund W. Breimer, ‘62 Mr. & Mrs. Irwin Broida

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Recognition of the 2015-2016 Annual Fund Donors Continued Mrs. Marylin Kailo Mr. & Mrs. Erwin Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Kees Daniel Kees,’81 Mrs. Kathleen Kloss Mr. Kenneth C. Kolakoski,’80 Mr. & Mrs. Greg Komeshok Mr. & Mrs. Harold Kremins Mr. & Mrs. George Kroll Mr. & Mrs. George Labadie Ms.Clorinda Soracco Landi,’72 Mrs. Regina Novak LaRose,’61 Dr. & Mrs. Louis Lees Mr. & Mrs. Murray Lieberman Ms. Christina Jaeger Russell Lis,’79 Mrs. Jeanne Dwyer Luehs,’83 Ms. Sandra Bavazzano Macolino,’68 Mr. Donald Marzloff,’63 Ms. Christine Bonasia McGovern,’90

Mrs. Nancy Warner McGrady, ‘75 Mr. & Mrs. John McMillan Mr. & Mrs. James Meadows Ms. Kinga Mikos Mr. & Mrs. Richard Miller Mr. & Mrs. Barry Mirsky Ms. Carol Mott Mr. & Mrs. Max Mueller Mr. & Mrs. Louis Murino Ms. Colleen T. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Nagler Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Newbauer Mr. & Mrs. George North Mr. David Oesterle,’83 Ms. Kimberly Ostonal, ‘00 Mr. & Mrs. James Paliotta Ms. Katherine Paliotta Ms. Margaret Sommariva Patterson, ‘62 Ms. Letitia Pellosie Ms. Michelle Pescatore

Ms. Anita Petak Pfizer Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Pine Ms. Joanne Nicolosi Ploch, ‘87 Ms. Florence Pressler Mr. Steven Quattrocchi,’96 Mr. Michael Quigley, ‘67 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Radzik, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Reddin Mr. Robert Ridgeway Ms. Theresa Rillo Mr. & Mrs. William Rothenberg Ms. Marybeth Siegrist Ryan, ‘72 Ms. Claire Salviano Sidney & Marian Schnall Ms. Doris Sinofsky Ms. Jill Snyder Mr. & Mrs. William A. Snyder, Jr. Ms. Marianne K. Staats Mr. & Mrs. James R. Stier

Mr. & Mrs. Abner Still Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. Tamaroglio Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Toomey Thomas Toomey, ‘79 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Unger Mr. John Van Schaften, ‘67 Ms. JoAnna Veliky Ms. Ingrid Velmonte,’03 Ms. Joan A. Wayne, ‘74 Ms. Barbara L. Weir Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Witham Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wolf Edward Wolf, ‘90 Ms. Kathleen Wood Mr. & Mrs. William Wygnat Ms. Phyllis Riley Yanosh, ‘68 The Zanger Family Ms. Joanne Lyons Zepernick, ‘86 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Zuckerman * Alum is deceased

Matching Gift Companies Many corporations provide resources to supplement the support by employees for charitable institutions. This is a simple and effective way for contributors to increase the value of their gifts. Donors are encouraged to check with their respective employer’s Human Resources Department about the availability of this program. A Matching Gift search engine is available by visiting the DePaul Catholic website: www.depaulcatholic.org/ways to make a gift/matching gifts. The following companies supported the 2015-2016 Annual Fund: ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪ ▪

Aetna Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Crum & Forster Morgan Stanley New York Life Foundation

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DE PAUL CATHOLIC ADOPT-A-STUDENT PROGRAM Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Burke Ms. Donna M. Cancel, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Carlon Joanne Steffich Carlon, ‘82 Michael Carlon, ‘82 DePaul Catholic High School Class of 1982 Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. Donnelly, Jr. Alice Hess Donnelly, ‘74 Rod Donnelly, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Gaffney Ted Gaffney, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Holder Drs. Dariusz and Sarah Nasiek Mary Keaveney-Naughton, ‘82 Novartis Our Lady of the Valley Parish Ms. Barbara Simon Mr. & Mrs. Casey Simon Rev. Peter V.B. Wells Mr. & Mrs. Gary Zern CAMPUS MINISTRY Anonymous Ms. Patricia Bullman Mr. Eric Carvajal, ‘13 Mrs. Maria Broekamp Mr. & Mrs. John Schaefer Mr. & Mrs. Casey Simon CURRICULUM ENHANCEMENTS Mr. & Mrs. Harold Brophy Mr. Eric Carvajal, ‘13 Ms. Oresta Ferrito Ms. Kathleen A. Melilli, ‘72 Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence Tamaroglio Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Witham Mr. & Mrs. John Willis Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Yoeckel DE PAUL CATHOLIC ARTS FUND Ms. Regina Nowak LaRose, ‘61 Desidor Maik DE PAUL CATHOLIC BASKETBALL PROGRAM DePaul Fast Break Club Ms. Susan Fitzsimons Wonderful Giving Mr. John Wynne DE PAUL CATHOLIC FOOTBALL PROGRAM Mr. & Mrs. Louis Aboyoun All Jersey Express Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Angelillo Greg Angelillo, ‘98 Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Antoniou Mr. & Mrs. Michael Atieh Mike Atieh, ‘71 Mr. John Bach, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Bandomer, Jr. Mr. Hal Berson Ms. Jill Berson Mr. & Mrs. Richard Berson Mr. & Mrs. Walter Buczek

Walter Buczek, ‘81 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Buonpastore Christine Browne Buonpastore, ‘82 Anthony Buonpastore, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Byer Mr. Michael Christoph Mr. Robert Corry, ‘82* Mr. Michael de la Montaigne, ‘72 Mr. Christopher Dente, ‘91 DePaul Grid Iron Club Matthew M. Eichen, D.M.D., P.A. Mr. & Mrs. Alejandro Fajardo Mr. David M. Fazekas, ‘91 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Ferry Mr. Michael Giannone, ‘66 Ms. Margaret Grace Ms. Christine Scura Iovino Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Lechleitner Dr. & Mrs. Louis Lees Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Lynch Mr. Kenneth Marshall, ‘83 Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Martin Morristown High School Sunshine Club Mr. & Mrs. Max Mueller Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Murray Mr. & Mrs. Kevin O’Keeffe Kevin O’Keeffe, ‘86 Mr. Steven Quattrocchi, ‘96 Mr. & Mrs. William Riley Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Riordan Mr. Geoffrey P. Schroeder, ‘70 Mr. Matthew Shilling Mr. Bernard Smokowski, ‘71 Mr. & Mrs. William Snyder Mr. & Mrs. Richard Unger Mr. & Mrs. Mark West Susan Kees West, ‘87 Mark West, ‘87 Ms. Sarah Zanger DE PAUL CATHOLIC FORENSICS PROGRAM Chong Zhang & Xiaoyan Yang DE PAUL CATHOLIC GIRLS LACROSSE Mr. & Mrs. Walter Buczek Walter Buczek, ‘81 DE PAUL CATHOLIC SOFTBALL PROGRAM New York Life Foundation Ms. Susan Parler Mr. & Mrs. Donald Serek Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Walsh DE PAUL CATHOLIC WRESTLING PROGRAM Mr. & Mrs. Michael McGourty KEIL CENTER FOR SPORTS MEDICINE Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Addesso The Butler Family Mr. & Mrs. Frank O’Neill Mr. & Mrs. Seymour Arkin Mr. John Bach, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Eugene H. Behnke Margaret Atkins Behnke, ‘68

Eugene H. Behnke, ‘68 Ms. Renee Berkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Bloom Ms. Arlene Broida Briana Carlin Chris Carlin Matthew Carlin Sean Carlin Tracey Carlin Mr. Eric Carvajal, ‘13 Mr. & Mrs. Don Casapulla Ms. Deborah Cochrane Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Coiro, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Conway Mr. & Mrs. Waldron Coon, Jr. Ms. Cynthia Gramlich-Covello, ‘72 Ms. Tracy A. Crimmins Ms. Ninfa DeFranco Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Del Mastro Mr. & Mrs. Russell Devries Ms. Denise DiPangrazio Ms. Margaret E. Doherty Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. Donnelly, Jr. Alice Hess Donnelly, ‘74 Rod Donnelly, ‘72 Donnelly Industries, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ehlen Mark Donnelly & Son Construction, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Frederick C. Faherty Marilyn O’Donnell Faherty, ‘63 Fred Faherty,’63 Mr. & Mrs. David Fanter Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Farruggio Ms. Marie Clarke Fastiggi, ‘74 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Flower Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Fogelson Ms. Sheila Friedman Mr. & Mrs. Bill Gale Mr. & Mrs. Mark Gauger Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gazzillo Ms. Sandra Gerson Mr. Michael Giannone, ‘66 Ms. Carol Gill Mr. & Mrs. William Ginter Mr. John J. Gleason, ‘61 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Granstrand Kathleen Kiehling Granstrand, ‘67 Mark Granstrand, ‘67 Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Hanson Dianne Macchia Hanson, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Harris Hekemian Foundation Ms. Allison Hough Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Jennings Mrs. Marilyn Kailo Mr. & Mrs. Erwin Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Kees Dan Kees, ‘81 Mr. & Mrs. Greg Komeshok Mr. James Koshlap, ‘64 Mr. & Mrs. Harold Kremins Mr. & Mrs. Lorraine Kroll Mr. & Mrs. George Labadie Mr. Robert Legnini Mr. & Mrs. Sean Legnini Ms. Sylvia Legnini Mr. & Mrs. Murray Lieberman The Luehs Family Lt. Col Louis Martucci, USAF, ‘74

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Mr. & Mrs. David McMahon Mr. & Mrs. John Merritt Jane Buckley Merritt, ‘71 John Merritt, ‘71 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Miller Mr. Michael McNally, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. James E. Meadows Ms. Brynn Merritt & Taylor Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Barry Mirsky Mr. Patrick Monahan, ‘70 Mr. Patrick A. Mullin, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Louis Murino Ms. Susan Morris Nagler Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Newbauer Mr. & Mrs. George North Oakland Spine and Physical Therapy Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. Frank O’Neill The Oriente Family Ms. Phyllis Keil Oxenreider, ‘77 The Pagliei Family Ms. Margaret Sommariva Patterson, ‘62 Ms. Anita Petak Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Petriello Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Pine Mr. Andrew Pinto, ‘87 Mr. & Mrs. John Potter Ms. Sandy Pressler Prestige Lock & Home LLC Mr. & Mrs. David Rasa Mr. Paul D. Renfro Mr. Robert Ridgeway Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Riordan Mr. William Roca, ‘67 Mr. Donald Romeo Mr. & Mrs. William Rothenberg Ms. Claire Salviano Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Schnall Mr. & Mrs. Donald Serek Ms. Doris Sinofsky Ms. Jill P. Snyder Ms. Marianne Staats Ms. Lucia Still Ms. Alice Sujowski Mr. James Sweeney, ‘68 Rev. John F. Tarantino, ‘68 Dr. Joseph C. Thek, ‘68 Mr. Bruce Vivino Ms. Barbara Weir Mr. & Mrs. William Wygant Ms. Phyllis Riley Yanosh, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Zuckerman OPERATION DE PAUL CATHOLIC Mr. & Mrs. Alexander DiLella PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Mr. & Mrs. John McMillan SR. PATRICIA FLARITY SCHOLARSHIP FUND Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. David Agans Sr. Jeanne Agans, S.C.

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2015-2016 Annual Fund Breakdown Continued Mr. & Mrs. Michael Agans Ms. Koren Amols Mr. Scott Arnold, ‘86 Ms. Kathy Bekker Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Brophy Coleen Fitzgerald Brophy, ‘79 Ms. Patricia Bullman Mr. Brian Catanzaro, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Coiro, Jr. Ms. Cynthia Gramlich-Covello, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Cozzetto Mr. & Mrs. James Cuviello Ms. Diane Arciero DiLella, ‘75 Mr. Richard Doyle, ‘72 Mr. Michael DuHaime, ‘91 Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Fuller Mr. Jay J. Giles, ‘60 Mrs. Kathleen Kloss Mr. & Mrs. Greg Lacava Ms. Nancy McGrady, ‘75 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. McKenzie Mr. Stephen Merritt, ‘74* Mr. & Mrs. William Monahan Bill Monahan, ‘65 Ms. Carol Mott New York Life Foundation Ms. Karen Nigro Ms. Katherine Paliotta Mr. James Paliotta Ms. Susan Parler Ms. Letitia L. Pellosie Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Petriello Mr. Kevin Pezzolla, ‘64 Mr. Andrew Pinto, ‘87 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Profeta Timothy Profeta, ‘78 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Radzik Mr. & Mrs. John Reddy Christa Hoeher Reddy, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Rizzo Ms. Eileen Savage Ms. Patricia Savage Mr. & Mrs. Donald Serek Mr. Jack Sullivan, ‘03 Sr. Maureen Sullivan, SC., ‘63 Ms. Suzanne Taranto, ‘79 Mr. Thomas Toomey, ‘79 Ms. Carol Moore Trapp,’60 Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Walsh Ms. Joan Wayne, ‘74 Mr. & Mrs. William Westdyk Wells Fargo Ms. Bernadette Wiltshire, ‘73 SECURITY UPGRADES PROJECT New York Life Foundation SPARTAN ATHLETIC FUND Ms. Sue Columbus & Mr. Paul Mercogliano Ms. Anne Filippelli Cocoles, ‘82 Mr. Michael DuHaime, ‘91 Mr. Marc Laborsky, ‘98 Mr. Frank Lauro, ‘73 Moe’s Southwest Grill Mr. John Sweitzer, ‘63 Mr. & Mrs. Marsan White Mr. Christopher Yen, ‘69

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SPARTAN TECHNOLOGY FUND Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ferrarie Ms. Jean Marie Garcia Mr. Frank Lauro, ‘73 Mr. & Mrs. Leon Maes Bonnie Shea Maes, ‘63 Leon Maes, ‘63 Tony Chee Ying Mak Mr. & Mrs. John Veliky UNRESTRICTED Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Adams Dr. & Mrs. Anthony Amato Mr. & Mrs. Mark Amodio Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Andruska Ms. Vernel Applewhite Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Atieh Sandra Farro Atieh, ‘74 Dennis Atieh, ‘74 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Atieh Mike Atieh, ‘71 Mr. Richard Baer, ‘71 Mr. Daniel W. Beebe, ‘99 Ms. Noelle Sisti Bikoff, ‘85 Ms. Elizabeth Lenz Billow, ‘74 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Blair Mr. Reimund Breimer, ‘62 Bristol-Myers Squibb Ms. Noraleigh Smith Brown, ‘83 Mr. Vincent Budesa Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Carnogursky Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Cassidy Dr. Matthew Chin, ‘02 Dr. Larry H. Chou, ‘87 Mr. Michael J. Christiaens, ‘96 Ms. Susan Columbus & Mr. Paul Mercogliano Dr. Michael Criqui Mr. & Mrs. Claudio Crisafulli Crum & Forster Mr. & Mrs. Jason Cullari Jason Cullari, ‘01 Ms. Elizabeth Golden Culleton, ‘62 Ms. Christine Broderick Daly, ‘82 Mr. Mark Danisewicz, ‘72 Mr. & Mra. John J. DeFilippis Karen Cleary DeFilippis, ‘71 John DeFilippis, ‘71 Mr. Ronald DeFilippis, ‘69 Dr. Jane Cerruti Dellert, ‘63 Mr. Thomas Dempsey, ‘67 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Denboske Mr. & Mrs. Khang Do Mr. & Mrs. Urban V. Donovan, Jr. Mr. John Evers, ‘77 Col. Earl P. Ewing, ‘64 Mr. William Fallon, ‘79 Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Fay Andrew Fay, ‘78 Therese Ledwith-Fay, ‘78 Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Filko Mr. & Mrs. Edward Fitzsimmons Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Flahive Mr. & Mrs. Richard Fletcher Mr. Daniel Foesel, ‘11 Capt. Ralph E. Fronczowski, ‘61 Mr. W. Kevin Gaedcke, ‘66 Mr. John H. Geaney, ‘75 Mr. & Mrs. Greg Gloor Sue Guggenheim Gloor, ‘81

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Griffin Mr. Thomas Griffin, ‘61 Mr. & Mrs. David Hall Joanne Broekamp Hall, ‘77 Mr. & Mrs. Craig Hebron Mr. & Mrs. William M. Higgins Mr. James Hofmann, ‘70 Ms. Barbara Stocus Holden, ‘74 The HMS Foundation Ms. Eileen Daly Howard, ‘68 Mr. Eric Hubner, ‘72 Mr. Adolph Iannaccone, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Iannarone Chris Iannarone, ‘93 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Jaskot Joseph Jaskot, ‘82 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kelleher Dr. & Mrs. John Kerchoff John Kerchoff, ‘66 Mr. Edward Kloss Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kluge Ms. Ruth Ann Kohler, ‘80 Mr. Kenneth Kolakoski, ‘80 Mr. Gary Krutul, ‘73 Mr. & Mrs. Keith Kucinski Mr. & Mrs. William Kui Ms. Clorinda Soracco Landi, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. James Lang Mr. Michael Lawrence, ‘68 Sandra Bavazzano Macolino, ‘68 Mr. Victor Manning, ‘63 Mr. Kenneth Marshall, ‘83 Mr. & Mrs. William Martin Bill Martin, ‘64 Mr. Kenneth Martorana,’67 Mr. Donald Marzloff, ‘63 Ms. Christine McGovern, ‘90 Mr. Larry Melchionda, Jr. Mr. Donald Merritt Ms. Kinga Mikos Mr. Richard Miller, ‘70 Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Murray Mr. George E. Newton, ‘64 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Niemiec Mr. David Oesterle, ‘83 Ms. Kimberly Ostonal, ‘00 Mr. & Mrs. John Pescatore John Pescatore, ‘82 Ms. Michele Pescatore Mr. James Petersen, ‘91 Pfizer Foundation Ms. JoAnne Nicolosi Ploch, ‘86 Prudential Mr. Michael Quigley, ‘67 Mr. & Mrs. John Reddy Christa Hoeher Reddy, ‘72 Ms. Kathryn C. Reddy, ‘10 Ms. Christina Jaeger Russell-Lis, ‘79 Ms. Marybeth Siegrist Ryan, ‘72 Dr. & Mrs. John Scolamiero Dr. Frank A. Scotti, ‘70 Mr. John Simonelli, ‘63 Target Mr. Brian S. Thomas, ‘73 Mr. Thomas Toomey, ‘79 9% Mr. Michael H. Trusio, ‘16 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Tweed Mr. John Van Schaften, ‘67 Ms. Ingrid Velmonte, ‘03 Mr. & Mrs. Martin Vergara, II

Martin Vergara, ‘01 Mr. James Wagner, ‘75 Mr. & Mrs. Joel Wagoner Marie A. Westbrook, ‘71 Mr. & Mrs. John Willis Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Witham Mr. & Mrs. Edward Wolf Edward Wolf, ‘90 Mr. & Mrs. Leo J. Zatta Ms. Joanne Lyons Zepernick, ‘86 Mr. Christopher P. Zraly, ‘82 JAMES LACAVA SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. & Mrs. Eric G. Kahn Lynn Lacava Kahn, ‘86 KRISTEN KOENIG SCHOLARSHIP FUND Advanced Physical Therapy & Wellness Center, Inc. A.J.’s Pizza Mr. Carlos Aponte Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Altieri Mr. John Barbary Mr. & Mrs. William Biroc Dr. Diane Blau Mr. & Mrs. Bill Cash Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Chamalian Ms. Mary Coletti Ms. Mary Curran Ms. Mary Daly Mr. James Deer III Mr. Brian Duncan Mr. & Mrs. Ken Eisenhardt Mr. Tim Eisenhardt Mr. & Mrs. Steve Feuss Ms. Kathleen Ford Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Frank Ms. Janet Frieary The Ford Family George’s Lincoln Park Diner Mr. & Mrs. J. Goldieri Ms. Marilyn Horvath Ms. Jennie Horwath, ‘02 Ms. Martha Horwath Ms. Lauren Kamin Mr. & Mrs. R. Kelly Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kluge Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Koenig Cathy & Frank Kolpak Mr. & Mrs. Michael LaStrange Ms. Joyce Lawton Lincoln Controls, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John Matthews Ms. Helen Matthews Mr. & Mrs. John May, Jr. Ms. Melissa McGourty, ‘19 Ms. Regina McKniff Ms. Kristin McKniff, ‘02 Mr. Paul Metri Mr. Michael Mezzina Ms. Marie Milillo Mr. & Mrs. Alex Miller Mr. & Mrs. Bob Mione Ms. Perri Morgan Ms. Carrie Norman Mr. & Mrs. J.O. O’Brien Ms. Maureen O’Connor The O’Donnell Family

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Mr. Frank O’Neill Mr. & Mrs. S. Owgandzic Ms. Allison Pasick Mr. & Mrs. Frank Petriello Mrs. J. Riordan Mr. James Robinson Mr. John Scarr Ms. Susan Schoepp Shop Rite Lincoln Park Mr. & Mrs. John Silverberg Sunset Grill Mr. & Mrs. John Swayne, Jr. Mr. John Swayne III Mr. Kevin Swayne Ms. Meghan Swayne Tiff’s-Morris Plains Thatcher McGee’s The Timorason Family Ms. Carol Van Houten Mr. & Mrs. Chris Vanzo Ms. Mary Agnes Vanzo Mr. & Mrs. E. Walker Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Walsh Mr. & Mrs. P. Welch Ms. Bernadette Wiltshire, ‘73 Mr. & Mrs. E. Wolff KATHLEEN WALSH SCHOLARSHIP FUND Mr. Gregory Aprile, ‘68 Athenia Veterans Post Inc. Ms. Fran Atieh Ms. Karen Barbano Mr. Joseph Barbato, ‘04 Mr. & Mrs. John E. Biegel, III Mr. John Bonelli Mr. & Mrs. Charles Breuss Ms. Maureen Britting Mr. James Caprio Mr. Renato Carneiro Ms. Janet Cassetta, ‘02 Mr. Ray Cassetta Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Cassidy Mr. Joseph Cavanagh Mr. Paul Cavanagh Dr. Matthew Chin, ‘02 Ms. Stephanie Contaldi,’19 Mr. Mary Curran Ms. Susan D’Aiuto Ms. Nina Decker Ms. Maria DeFeo Mr. Ronald Dellano Ms. Kim Destefano Mr. & Mrs. Frank DiMartino Ms. Fiorita DiPalma Ms. Donna DiPiano Ms. Gianna DiPiano, ‘19 Ms. Jennifer Eden Adriane Eisen Mr. & Mrs. Charles Em Ms. Jennifer Fernicola Mr. John Ferrarella Mr. Daniel B. Ferrari Ms. Susan Ferrari Mr. & Mrs. Frank Finch, Jr. Ms. Adelaide L. Fiorarancio Ms. Josephine Fitzpatrick Ms. Amy Flahive, ‘15 Ms. Michelle Fondacaro, ‘18 Ms. Gary Franklin

Ms. Jessica Freeswick, ‘17 Mr. Christopher Freid Mr. Anthony Fusaro, ‘03 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gail Robert Gail, ‘94 Mr. Joseph Gaugen Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Giorgio Ms. Cindy Gramlich-Covello, ‘72 Ms. Kathy Halik Ms. Maria Hanackova Ms. Leah Hasel Ms. Martha Horwath Ms. Jennie Horwath, ‘02 Ms. Rachel Jay Mr. Steven Jakubeak Ms. Virginia Kamenitzer Ms. Beth Kirby, ‘04 Mr. & Mrs. John Knutowicz Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Koenig Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kubarewicz Ms. Lorraine LaPorte Mr. Michael Lavelle Mr. Michael Law, ‘02 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Leddy Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lennon Ms. Emily Linder, ‘09 Mr. & Mrs. George Lohan Mr. Nicholas Manzo, ‘98 Mr. Peter Maraldo Ms. Jenny Marmo Mr. George Martinez Ms. Jackie McInerney Ms. Lucy McLaughlin Ryan McMann Ms. Carole Mecca Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Miller Ms. Kristin Walker Miller, ‘03 Ms. MaryAnn Milovich Mr. Ben Mintz Ms. Sumana Mitra Ms. Lisa Mocera Ms. Elizabeth Moen Mr. Brendan Murphy Ms. Colleen T. Murphy Ms. Maria Murphy Mr. Gordon Muth Mr. Kenneth Nilssen Mr. Jonathan Noll,’94 Ms. Maureen O’Connor Mr. Frank O’Neill Mr. Michael O’Shea Ms. Susan Parler Mr. & Mrs. Francis I. Perrier, Jr. Ms. Joan Petrelli Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Petriello Mr. Anthony Picarelli Mr. Domenick Picarelli Ms. Kristin Potenzone, ‘01 Mr. Raymond Reddin Mr. Matt Reinsel Ms. Theresa Rillo Ms. Maria Saracino, ‘95 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Serek Ms. Julie Serfess Mr. & Mrs. Scott Smith John P. & Grace L. Soldoveri Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James Stier Ms. Eileen Strignile Ms. Diane Tarapata

Ms. Filomena Trovato Ms. Loraine Tuohey Mr. Anthony Varno, ‘03 Ms. Christina Varano, ‘04 Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Varcadipane Ms. Debbie Walsh Mrs. Julia Walsh Ms. Kelly Walsh, ‘03 Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Walsh Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Walsh, ‘99 Mr. Paul Ward Ms. Bernadette Wiltshire, ‘73 Ms. Jennifer Woschinko Mr. John Woschinko Ms. Pamela Woschinko Mr. Gary Zern Ms. Phyllis Zirolli-Hornstra INKIND CONTRIBUTION Mr. & Mrs. John DePalma Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fleming Ms. Susan Parler The Zovko Family IN HONOR/MEMORY OF In Memory of the Deceased Members of the Class of 1960 Mr. Jay J. Giles, ‘60 In Honor of the Class of 1975 Ms. Nancy McGrady, ‘75 In Honor of Sr. Jeanne Agans Mr. & Mrs. Michael Agans Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Cozzetto In Memory of Ronald Bandola Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Angelillo Greg Angelillo, ‘98 Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Antoniou Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Bandomer, Jr. Mr. Hal Berson Ms. Jill Berson Mr. & Mrs. Richard Berson Mr. Michael Christoph Matthew M. Eichen, D.M.D., P.A. Mr. & Mrs. Alejandro Fajardo Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Ferry Ms. Margaret Grace Ms. Christine Scura Iovino Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Lechleitner Dr. & Mrs. Louis Lees Morristown High School Sunshine Club Mr. & Mrs. Max Mueller Mr. Patrick A. Mullin, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Kevin O’Keeffe Kevin O’Keeffe, ‘86 Mr. & Mrs. William Riley Mr. Matthew Shilling Mr. & Mrs. William Snyder Mr. & Mrs. Richard Unger Ms. Sarah Zanger In Memory of William Broekamp Ms. Patricia Bullman Our Lady of the Valley Parish Rev. Peter V.B. Wells

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In Honor of Leeona Browne Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Buonpastore Christine Browne Buonpastore, ‘82 Anthony Buonpastore, ‘82 In Memory of Michael J. Buczek, ‘82 Robert Corry, ‘82* In Memory of Maria Pham Chi Mr. & Mrs. Pham Chi In Honor of the DePaul Catholic Teaching Staff Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Cassidy In Honor of Vincent de la Montaigne Michael de la Montaigne, ‘72 In Honor of Alyssa & Ryan Fitzsimmons Mr. & Mrs. Edward Fitzsimmons In Memory of Mary Golden Ms. Elizabeth Golden Culleton, ‘62 In Honor of Ryan Hagen Mr. John Wynne In Memory of Beth Ann Hudak Kenney, ‘90 Ms. Christine McGovern, ‘90 In Memory of James Lacava, ‘85 Mr. & Mrs. Eric G. Kahn Lynn Lacava Kahn, ‘86 Ms. Letitia L. Pellosie In Memory of Bob Lennon Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Riordan In Honor of Daniel P. McGrady, ‘14 Ms. Nancy McGrady, ‘75 In Memory of Ruth & Tom Monahan Mr. & Mrs. William Monahan Bill Monahan, ‘65 In Memory of Fred Keil Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Addesso Mr. & Mrs. Seymour Arkin Mr. John Bach, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Eugene H. Behnke Margaret Atkins Behnke, ‘68 Eugene H. Behnke, ‘68 Ms. Renee Berkowitz Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Bloom Ms. Arline Broida Ms. Briana Carlin Chris Carlin Mr. Matthew Carlin Mr. Sean Carlin Ms. Tracey Carlin Mr. & Mrs. Don Casapulla Ms. Deborah Cochrane Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Coiro, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Conway

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2015-2016 Annual Fund Breakdown Continued Mr. & Mrs. Waldron Coon, Jr. Ms. Cynthia Gramlich-Covello, ‘72 Ms. Tracy A. Crimmins Ms. Ninfa DeFranco Mr. & Mrs. Russell Devries Ms. Denise DiPangrazio Ms. Margaret E. Doherty Mark Donnelly & Son Construction, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ehlen Mr. & Mrs. Frederick C. Faherty Marilyn O’Donnell Faherty, ‘63 Fred Faherty,’63 Mr. & Mrs. David Fanter Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Farruggio Mr. & Mrs. Michael Flower Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Fogelson Ms. Sheila Friedman Mr. & Mrs. Bill Gale Mr. & Mrs. Mark Gauger Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gazzillo Ms. Sandra Gerson Mr. Michael Giannone, ‘66 Ms. Carol Gill Mr. & Mrs. William Ginter Mr. John J. Gleason, ‘61 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Granstrand Kathleen Kiehling Granstrand, ‘67 Mark Granstrand, ‘67 Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Harris Ms. Allison Hough Mrs. Marilyn Kailo Mr. & Mrs. Erwin Kaplan Mr. James Koshlap, ‘64 Mr. & Mrs. Harold Kremins Mr. & Mrs. Lorraine Kroll Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kubarewicz Mr. & Mrs. George Labadie Mr. Robert Legnini Mr. & Mrs. Sean Legnini Ms. Sylvia Legnini Mr. & Mrs. Murray Lieberman The Luehs Family Mr. & Mrs. David McMahon

Mr. & Mrs. James E. Meadows Mr. & Mrs. Richard Miller Mr. & Mrs. Barry Mirsky Mr. Patrick Monahan, ‘70 Mr. & Mrs. Louis Murino Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Newbauer Mr. & Mrs. George North Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. Daniel O’Grady Jane Gardiner O’Grady, ‘68 Dan O’Grady, ‘68 The Oriente Family Ms. Phyllis Keil Oxenreider, ‘77 Ms. Anita Petak Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Pine Mr. & Mrs. John Potter Ms. Sandy Pressler Mr. & Mrs. David Rasa Mr. Paul D. Renfro Mr. Robert Ridgeway Mr. Donald Romeo Mr. & Mrs. William Rothenberg Ms. Claire Salviano Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Schnall Ms. Doris Sinofsky Ms. Jill P. Snyder Ms. Marianne Staats Ms. Lucia Still Ms. Alice Sujowski Mr. James Sweeney, ‘68 Rev. John F. Tarantino, ‘68 Dr. Joseph C. Thek, ‘68 Mr. Bruce Vivino Ms. Barbara Weir Mr. & Mrs. William Wygant Ms. Phyllis Riley Yanosh, ‘68 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Zuckerman In Memory of Marleine Kowal Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Carnogursky

In Memory of Veronica Kunzweiler Mr. & Mrs. Casey Simon In Honor of Justin Mercogliano Ms. Sue Columbus & Mr. Paul Mercogliano In Memory of Stephen Merritt, ‘74 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Brophy Coleen Fitzgerald Brophy, ‘79 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Riordan In Memory of Angelina Parler Sr. Jeanne Agans, SC. Ms. Kathy Bekker Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Brophy Coleen Fitzgerald Brophy, ‘79 Ms. Patricia Bullman Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Coiro, Jr. Ms. Cynthia Gramlich-Covello, ‘72 Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Fuller Mrs. Kathleen Kloss Ms. Katherine Paliotta Mr. James Paliotta Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Rizzo Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Walsh Ms. Bernadette Wiltshire, ‘73 In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Profeta Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Profeta Timothy Profeta, ‘78 In Memory of Arthur Simon Mr. & Mrs. Casey Simon In Memory of Adele & Harold Westbrook Ms. Marie A. Westbrook, ‘71

Ms. Maureen Britting Mr. & Mrs. Charles Breuss Ms. Susan D’Aiuto Ms. Nina Decker Ms. Maria DeFeo Mr. & Mrs. Frank DiMartino Mr. Daniel B. Ferrari Ms. Susan Ferrari Mr. & Mrs. Frank Finch, Jr. Ms. Josephine Fitzpatrick Mr. Joseph Gaugen Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Giorgio Ms. Maria Hanackova Mr. Steven Jakubeak Mr. & Mrs. John Knutowicz Mr. & Mrs. George Lohan Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Reddin Ms. Colleen T. Murphy Ms. Theresa Rillo Mr. Paul Ward John P. & Grace L. Soldoveri Foundation, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. James Stier Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Varcadipane Mrs. Julia Walsh In Honor of Kluge and Roccanova Loved Ones Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kluge In Memory of Rose & Frank Lauro Mr. Frank Lauro, ‘73 In Memory of Mr. & Mrs. W.E. Wiltshire Ms. Bernadette Wiltshire, ‘73 In Memory of Mike Zepernick Ms. Joanne Lyons Zepernick, ‘86

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Bricks will be used to beautify the area around the Prayer Garden near Flarity Hall. Each brick will be a 4”x 8” and engraved. The cost of the brick is $100 For additional information regarding the pavers, please contact Maureen O’Connor at 973-694-3702 or oconnorm@dpchs.org.

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CHRISTMAS GIFTIDEA?

In Memory of Irene Woschinko Athenia Veterans Post Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Biegel, III

Memorial Benches

Memorial benches are a meaningful gift that will be a lasting tribute in honor or in memory of someone dear to you. For further information, contact Maureen O’Connor at (973) 694-3702, ext. 440 or oconnorm@dpchs.org. 30

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HOW ABOUT A DE PAUL CATHOLIC 60TH ANNIVERSARY SWEATSHIRT!

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9%

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The

DePaul Catholic

2016 College List Members of the Class of 2016 are currently studying at the following colleges/universities: Bergen Community College Boston College Boston University Bryant University Butler Community College Caldwell University Clarkson University County College of Morris Dickinson College Drew University Fashion Institute of Technology Felician University Florida Atlantic University Fordham University Franklin Pierce University Gettysburg College High Point University Iona College Irvine Valley Cottage Ithaca College James Madison University Johnson & Wales University Lackawanna College Lehigh University Loyola University - Chicago Lynn University Manhattan College Marist College Michigan State University Monmouth University Montclair State University Mount St. Mary’s University New Jersey Institute of Technology Nyack College Pace University, NYC Passaic County Community College Penn State University Purdue University Ramapo College 32

D I F F E R E N C E

86%

Students from

Student Body Enrolled In Stand Tall Voluntary Drug Prevention Program

69 Towns 11 Countries

Daily Faith Formation, Morning Mass, Celebration Of The Sacraments, And Monthly School- Wide Liturgies

4

100%

Of Graduates Achieve College Acceptance

Years Of Theology

13:1 Rensselaer Polytech Institute Rollins College Rosemont College Rowan University Rutgers University Sacred Heart University Santa Monica College Seton Hall University St. John’s University St. Peter’s College St. Peter’s University Stevens Institute of Technology Stockton University Stony Brook University Temple University The College of New Jersey The College of Saint Rose The George Washington University The University of New Haven The University of Rhode Island The University of Scranton Trinity College

United States Naval Academy University of California, Davis University of California, Los Angeles University of California, San Diego University of Connecticut University of Delaware University of Florida University of Hartford University of Maryland, College Park University of Michigan University of Nebraska, Lincoln University of Pittsburgh University of Rhode Island University of Richmond University of Virginia University of Washington Vanguard University of Southern California Villanova University Virginia Military Institute Wesleyan University Western Carolina University William Paterson University

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Student to Faculty Ratio

187

Advanced Placement Courses

2011-2016

National Merit, Hispanic Merit, & AP Scholar Awards

54+

Academic Clubs, Honor Societies & Special-Interest Clubs

STREAM Curriculum In A Liberal Arts Tradition

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$75M

Received In Scholarships/ Grants By Class Of 2016

State, County & League Athletic Championships since 2012

A True Family

40,000

HOURS

Of Christian Service Completed Each Year

11,000 SPARTANS STRONG

70%

Of Graduates Accepted To Their 1st Or 2nd Choice College


MISSION STATEMENT DePaul Catholic High School is a co-educational diocesan college preparatory high school whose mission is to foster the spiritual, intellectual, physical and social growth of its students. DePaul Catholic enables all students to deepen their faith by teaching the doctrine and traditions of the Catholic Church, by strengthening their sense of social justice and societal responsibility, and by helping students to form a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The school community also develops young men and women from varying backgrounds into skilled, compassionate citizens and leaders who respect the dignity of all people and are willing to meet the challenges of a complex global society.

1512 Alps Road, Wayne, NJ 07470-3695 Phone: 973.694.3702 • Fax: 973.694.3525 Email: www.depaulcatholic.org

Spartan Sentinel Winter 2016  

DePaul Catholic Newsletter and Report on Giving

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