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THE EPISTLE II Engaged, Inspired and Prepared with Character, Integrity and Respect

Summer 2012

A Newsletter for the FAMILY OF SAINTS

Academics

Spirituality

Arts

Athletics

Class of 2012 Awards

Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy

Spring Show The Music Man

165 State Championships

IN THIS ISSUE The Music Man.................2 State Champions..............2 Retiring Faculty.................3 Rutledge Fellows..............3 Graduation........................4 Awards and Honors..........5 Annual Luncheon.............6 Alumni Spotlights.............7 What’s News.....................8 Calendar of Events.........12 Alumni Council...............13 Reunions.........................14 Legacies..........................14 . Sports Schedule.............15

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This issue of the Epistle II is dedicated in loving memory of Marie Jongebloed ’81.

From the Headmaster Dear St. Paul’s Family, I hope this edition of the Epistle II finds you well. We are winding up another fantastic academic year, and we are very proud of the latest additions to your ranks – the Class of 2012. All of our classes strive for excellence, but this group succeeded beyond the wildest of expectations. They set a record in the amount of college scholarship money awarded. Their performances in the studio and on the stage were award winning. They continued the tradition of winning state championships by accumulating six, and they served their community at the highest level at our School through their expressions of faith. They have established a high standard for future classes to be measured. We are excited about next year and look forward to great things from the Class of 2013. The heart of a school is always the faculty. This year, four of our faculty retired – Beth Compton, Lynne Daugherty, Wanda Sigler, and Laurie Shorter. All epitomize the great things about our School and all have left St. Paul’s better for having been here. Their commitment was evident when they discussed their retirement and wanted to have input as to who might take their place. While an unusual request in other instances, their motivation was only to see that their work, and the success of the School,

continue. I am grateful for the passion they feel for St. Paul’s and their profession. In keeping with the tradition of true professional development that Beth, Lynne, Wanda and Laurie helped foster, 48 members of our faculty, across all divisions and disciplines, gave up a full week of their summer to participate in an intense, interactive workshop on Writer’s Stylus that I think will transform the curriculum of our School. I had the privilege of being invited to the last presentations of the workshop. Despite being the last day of a long week, the faculty members were energized and excited by the work they had done, and were very proud of what they had accomplished. I was, too. The gratitude they expressed to the presenter, the administrators, and to the other participants was authentic and heartfelt. That day speaks volumes about the commitment of the faculty to the education of our students – academically, artistically, athletically, and spiritually. It was definitely a moment among many to be most proud of our School. Thank you for your continued support of St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Have a great summer, and, as always, I invite you to come and visit your School. Yours truly,

Marty Lester Headmaster


AROUND CAMPUS

Spring Show: The Music Man

Peggy Harkness, Lindsey Bennett Crawford ’82 and Leigh Wentworth Schottgen ’82 at the Final Dress Rehearsal/Alumni Night

Kyle Grace Mills and Grace Williams Lindsey Blankenship and Jonathan Arbour Right: Hunter Collier as Professor Harold Hill at the Town Hall in River City, Iowa

Day Gates ’98 and his wife Andrea Rossillon with Colleen Terrell Comer ’98

5A State Championships

Girls Tennis State Champs: Frances Case, Seline Morrissette, Monnie Slaton, Mary Rose DeMouy, Mary Ball, Ali Gonzalez, Ann Mason Hunter, Coach Melissa Baker

Boys and Girls Indoor Track State Champs: Seniors - Matt Crow, Dan Drew, Harry Eldred, Felicia D’Alonzo, Lacey Dent, Hunter Graham, Zack Sims, Jorim Albrecht-Frueh

Boys and Girls Outdoor Track & Field State Champs: Seniors - Alex King, Wesley Pietri, Harry Eldred, Lacey Dent, Felicia D’Alonzo, Dan Drew, Matt Crow

Girls Volleyball State Champs - Lexus Andrews, Grace Rebarchak, Ashley Grove

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AROUND CAMPUS St. Paul’s Congratulates our Retiring Faculty After a total of 112 years at St. Paul’s Episcopal School, we say good-bye to Beth Compton (36 years), Wanda Sigler (24 years), Lynne Daugherty (22 years), and Laurie Shorter (30 years). Our retiring faculty are pictured with Headmaster Marty Lester at the end of the year meeting and party at the Wine Loft. We wish them all the best in their retirement and hope they will visit often.

Dawson Faculty Excellence Award At the Senior Breakfast in May, Lori Harris, 5th Grade Math teacher was awarded the Dawson Faculty Excellence Award. The award was established by Catherine and Dudley Dawson to financially reward a deserving faculty member in recognition of teaching excellence.

Frank Winter Hardie Memorial Award During the Upper School Awards Ceremony this year, Jody Powell, Theatre and Choir Director, was awarded the Frank Winter Hardie Memorial Award. The award was established by the Hardie Family in memory of Frank Winter Hardie ’98 and is given to an Upper or Middle School teacher, coach or staff member whose contributions have inspired ordinary students and athletes to be outstanding people.

Alumni Scholarship Fund The Alumni Scholarship Fund assists in the education of a deserving and qualified child of an alumnus who would not otherwise be able to attend St. Paul’s. To learn more about this fund and all of our endowed funds, please visit the Foundation and Endowment page on the St. Paul’s website under Giving Back.

Robert H. Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy On May 10, 2012, St. Paul’s Episcopal School honored Robert H. Rutledge by renaming the Philanthropy Ambassadors as the Robert H. Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy. St. Paul’s held a ceremony to recognize his lifetime commitment to serving both St. Paul’s Episcopal School and the community at large. Various speakers, including Headmaster Marty Lester, Athletic Director Gerry Strang, Theatre and Choir Director Jody Powell, and Rutledge Fellows Lexi Mestas and William Kneip, shared their stories about Coach Bob and his influence on their lives. The ceremony also highlighted the impact of the St. Paul’s Community Service program on our community and invited representatives from the different nonprofits with which St. Paul’s students have volunteered. Student representatives from each class presented their service projects throughout the year with the different 3 organizations.

Toward the end of the ceremony, another member of the St. Paul’s family was recognized for her commitment to serving the community. Leslie Lerner, the Community Service Director, was honored by St. Paul’s Episcopal School by renaming the Community Service Endowment the Leslie Lerner Community Service Endowment. The endowment was established by the St. Paul’s Board of Trustees in honor of Mrs. Leslie Lerner’s successful Community Service Program and its six month build of the Habitat for Humanity House in 2010. The fund’s earnings will support the School’s Community Service Program.

The Rutledge Fellows of Philanthropy pictured above are l-r: Cody DiFazio, Emily Kate Feibelman, William Kneip, Laura Sharpe, David Martin Mayhall

The Bob Rutledge Memorial Archway and Entrance will be constructed into the Robert H. Rutledge Athletic Complex. If you would like to contribute in Coach Bob’s memory, please contact Cindy Wootton in the Development Office at 251-380-0408 ext. 21.


GRADUATION

Jorim Albrecht Fruh...................................Aachen University in Germany Josh Alter.............................Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts Lexus Andrews..................................................................Millsaps College Jonathan Ashley..................................................... University of Alabama Mary Ball................................................................... University of Georgia Melanie Beatty...............................................................Auburn University Virginia Bender...............................................................Auburn University Garrett Benefiel...................................................... University of Alabama Jake Bose.......................................................................Auburn University Sellers Boudreau.................................................... University of Alabama Will Brabston..................................................................Auburn University Katherine Breland.................................................. University of Alabama Jamie Chapman................................. University of Southern Mississippi Elisabeth Clark..........................................................................Undecided Hunter Collier......................................................... University of Alabama Matt Crow............................................................... University of Alabama Jay Crowley............................................................. University of Alabama Brent Cuccias.................................................................Auburn University Zoe Cullen......................................................... University of West Florida Felicia D’Alonzo....................................... North Carolina State University Dillon Daggett................................................ Mississippi State University Colleen Danley....................................................... University of Alabama Mary Rose DeMouy................................................ University of Alabama Lacey Dent.............................................................. University of Alabama Cody DiFazio................................................................. Spring Hill College Sabina Donalson............................................................Auburn University Dan Drew....................................................United States Naval Academy Conner Elder............................................. Southern Methodist University Harry Eldred............................................................ University of Alabama Laura Erickson...............................................................Auburn University Funso Fagbongbe............................................................... Rice University Emily Kate Feibelman............................................ University of Alabama Maggie Ferguson............................................................Auburn University Hannah Marie Finkbohner...................... Southern Methodist University Alex Fleet........................................................................Auburn University Madison Floore............................................University of South Alabama John Fontana.......................................................... University of Alabama Angela Francia..............................................University of South Alabama Hannah Fruh......................................................... Oral Roberts University Blakelyn Gartman........................................University of South Alabama Dylan Gibson..................................................................Auburn University Jack Gilmore........................................................... University of Alabama Joe Goodwin............................................................ Oglethorpe University Hunter Graham..............................................................Auburn University Audra Graves..................................................................Auburn University Ashley Grove........................................................University of Mississippi Jacob Grove............................................................ University of Alabama Daniel Haas............................................................ University of Alabama Patrick Hale............................................................ University of Alabama Caroline Hall................................................................... Tulane University Courtney Hall................................................University of South Alabama Kaitlyn Hamilton............................................................. Tulane University J D Hamilton.................................................. University of West Alabama Mary Lindsey Hannahan........................................ University of Alabama Josh Harrelson...........................................United States Naval Academy Rachael Hartley...................................................... University of Alabama Katarina Hickey........................................................ Vanderbilt University Scott Holley.....................................................................Auburn University Madison Hooper..................................................... University of Alabama Hollins Hutto............................................................ College of Charleston Clint Innocenti.....................................................University of Mississippi Isabel Irvine.........................................................University of Mississippi Matt Jacobs..................................................University of South Alabama Alex King....................................................Birmingham-Southern College Preston Kirkendall..........................................................Auburn University Mackenzie Klyce.................................................University of Mississippi

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William Kneip......................................................University of Mississippi Libby Knizley...................................................................Auburn University Philip Knott...................................................University of South Alabama Julianna Lambert...........................................................Auburn University Morgan Lancaster.................................................. University of Alabama Christian Lanier.................................Faulkner State Community College Samantha Leach.......................................................... Spring Hill College Taylor Liles.....................................University of Alabama at Birmingham Hartley Little........................................................... University of Alabama Cate Lovorn......................................... University of Southern Mississippi Townsley Luther...................................................... University of Alabama Maggie Majure....................................................... University of Alabama Jeannie Marshall.................................................... University of Alabama David Martin Mayhall............................ Loyola University – New Orleans Connor McCleery................................ University of Southern Mississippi Bren McMaken....................................................... University of Alabama Emily Messer................................................University of South Alabama Lexi Mestas............................................ Loyola University – New Orleans Alden Mezick..................................................................Auburn University Molly Millican...................................... University of Southern Mississippi Kyle Grace Mills...............................................................Emerson College Tom Moore...............................................United States Military Academy Kevin Moore................ Chattahoochee Valley State Community College Rachel Morey..................................................................Auburn University Murphy Mosley...............................................................Auburn University Taylor Mullen.......................................................... University of Alabama Ryan Myles.................................................................. Samford University Kourtnee Owens...........................................University of South Alabama Robby Peele............................................................ University of Alabama James Pickard................................................................Auburn University Beth Pickel......................................................................Auburn University Wesley Pietri................................................................. Spring Hill College Ben Polasky............................................................ University of Alabama Deborah Jane Potts........................................................Auburn University Douglas Proffitt........................................ Georgia Institute of Technology Grace Rebarchak.................................................... College of Charleston Dalton Rentz................ Chattahoochee Valley State Community College Anna Rogers...................................................................Auburn University Amanda Ronquillo..........................................................Auburn University Frank Schottgen..................................................... University of Alabama Patrick Schulte..............................University of Alabama at Birmingham Laura Sharpe..................................................................Auburn University Zachary Sims.......................................................... University of Alabama Patrick Steadman................................................... University of Alabama Emily Sweeney..............................................University of South Alabama Mary Sears Taylor...........................................................Auburn University Joseph Thomas...................................................... University of Alabama Wesley Thomas..........................................................Huntingdon College Derek Thomas.................................... University of Southern Mississippi Austin Thomas................................................................Auburn University Harrison Thompson........................................................Auburn University Taylor Toups ............................................ Auburn University-Montgomery Haas Turner............................................................ University of Alabama Jordan Vallas............................................................... Samford University Veronica Vichi-Miller............................................... University of Alabama Katie Volkman........................................................ University of Alabama Forrest Walker.....................................................University of Mississippi G Walker............................................... Bishop State Community College Bryson Webster..............................................................Auburn University Nick Welch.............................................................. University of Alabama Carley Whetstone...........................................................Auburn University Grace Williams............................................................ Belmont University Sarah Williams.......................................... Illinois Institute of Technology Cam Williamson................................ Oxford College of Emory University Rachel Williamson....................................Birmingham-Southern College


GRADUATION

Class of 2012 Awards and Honors

• The A.S. Mitchell Valedictory Award D’Alonzo, track and cross-country winner is Patrick Steadman. Patat North Carolina State University; rick’s older brothers Joey Steadman Lacey Dent, track and field at the ’06, Alex Steadman ’08 and David University of Alabama; Dan Drew, Steadman ’10 were all Valedictoritrack and cross-country at the United ans of their classes. States Naval Academy; Joe Goodwin, • The Ben C. Stimpson Salutatory soccer at Oglethorpe University; J.D. Award winner is Funso Fagbongbe. Hamilton, soccer at the University of • The William Stillwell Mann Award West Alabama; Alex King, football at was presented to the graduate who, Birmingham-Southern College; Sain the opinion of the faculty, best mantha Leach, softball at Spring Hill displays the characteristics of the College; David Martin Mayhall, tennis model St. Paulian. This year’s winat Loyola University; Emily Messer, ner is William Kneip. softball at the University of South • The Robert H. Rutledge HeadmasAlabama; Kevin Moore, baseball at ter’s Award went to Lexi Mestas. Chattahoochee Valley Community This award is presented on occasion College, Wesley Pietri, basketball at to a graduating senior when the Spring Hill College; Grace Rebarchak, administration wishes to recognize volleyball at the College of Charlesexceptional contributions to the St. ton; Dalton Rentz, basball at ChatPaul’s School community. tahoochee Valley Community Col• The Mostellar Award for sportsman- lege; and Wesley Thomas, soccer at ship was given to Mary Ball, Lexus Huntingdon College. Andrews, Alex King and Wesley • Lacey Dent is the Gatorade Female Pietri. Track & Field Athlete of the Year for • The A.S. Mitchell Award for outAlabama. standing athletes in the Class of • Alabama Vocal Association Outstand2012 went to Lacey Dent, Emily ing Choral Student of the Year is Messer, Dan Drew and Jorim AlGrace Williams. brecht-Fruh. • National Merit Finalists are Laura • The Alumni Award winner is Harry Erickson, Patrick Steadman and Cam Eldred. He was voted on by his class- Williamson. National Merit Achievemates as the graduate who best ment Finalist is Funso Fagbongbe. exemplifies the character traits most National Merit Commended Scholars admired by the class. are Funso Fagbongbe, Dylan Gibson, • Graduates continuing their athletic Mary Lindsey Hannahan, Josh Harpursuits in college: Lexus Andrews, relson, Bren McMaken and Sarah volleyball at Millsaps College; Felicia Williams.

• 35 students received acceptances into 23 Honors Programs at numerous colleges/universities. • Funso Fagbonge received the Science Award, Bren McMaken received the Social Studies Award, Sarah Williams received the World Language Award, Funso Fagbongbe received the AATS Spanish Award, Kyle Grace Mills and Dylan Gibson received the Editor Recognition Award, Funso Fagbongbe received the English Award, Patrick Steadman received the Mathematics Award, Katarina Hickey received the AATF French Award, and Lexus Andrews received the Betty Stone Yearbook Scholarship Award. • The John Phillip Sousa Band Award went to Hunter Collier, the David Paul Langham Theatre Award went to Beth Pickel, and the Marian Lee Strings Award went to Molly Millican. • Tom Moore received an appointment to the United States Military Academy. • Dan Drew and Josh Harrelson received appointments to the United States Naval Academy. • Approximately 76% of the class of 2012 received MERIT based scholarships valued at approximately $8,666,878. • This class sent 381 applications for admission. Acceptances came from 84 colleges and universities; the class will matriculate at 38 colleges and universities.

Congratulations to the Alumni Children of the Class of 2012! Bottom Row 1: Deborah Jane Potts, Elizabeth Clark, Katie Volkman; Row 2: Maggie Ferguson, Ashley Grove, Mary Sears Taylor, Townsley Luther, Veronica Vichi-Miller; Row 3: Zachary Sims, Daniel Haas, Jonathan Ashley, Philip Knott, Frank Schottgen; Top Row Dalton Rentz, Haas Turner, Scott Holley.

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ALUMNI LUNCHEON Highlights from the Annual Luncheon On April 25, more than 120 Alumni gathered in Saints’ Square for the Alumni Council’s 7th Annual Luncheon. Chairman Cam Marston ’87 led the program and the guest speakers were Assistant Headmaster Victor Helmsing and Head Football Coach Steve Mask. Headmaster Marty Lester presented the Distinguished Alumni Award to Dr. Sidney Brevard ’79. (See article on opposite page). Many of the Class of 2012 - Almost Alums at the time - assisted with the program and campus tours following the luncheon. Mr. Helmsing mentioned several Alumni Success Stories. Below are highlights from his “State of the Alumni” speech: • St. Paul’s Senior Bren McMaken ’12 was named a University Fellows at the University of Alabama, the highest honor that a student can earn. Bren will join alums Graham Byrd ’11 and John Wyatt ’10 as Fellows. • Two years ago six Saints made up the first year class at UAB Medical School – this represents 3.5% of the class. This year’s first year class at UAB has three Saints. • We currently have four Alumni playing volleyball at the D1 level: Catherine Rebarchak ’09 is at Purdue where she made the All Big Ten freshman team last year. She also played on an All Star team in China last summer. She also lead Purdue to their first victory in 22 years over Penn State. Katherine White ’11 was the starting center hitter at Alabama this past year as a Freshman. Nancy Taylor ’09 started as an 8th grader at St. Paul’s as a setter and now is in her third year at Nichols State where she has been starting as a setter since she was a Freshman while maintaining a 3.75 in Pre-Med. Jennifer Percy ’10 was selected for the ACC Freshman All Conference after starting as a Freshman at Georgia Tech. She was chosen an Academic All American last year as well. • When we talk of athletes we usually speak of the high profile ones like Jake Peavy ’99 who threw a complete game this past Monday and currently has an ERA of 1.19. Or we look at MVP, AJ McCarron ’09 or Mark Barron ’08 who should go in the first round of tomorrow night’s NFL draft. (chosen 7th by Tampa Bay). • Speaking of national recognition, some of our Alumni are moving that way as stand up comedians. This past December Hunter Cain ’00, Mary Patterson Broome ’01 and Peyton Clarkson ’99 entertained a sold out crowd at Tacky Jacks for almost two hours performing so well that I left with my sides hurting from laughing so much. As far as I know Hunter is still refining his craft in New York, but I know Mary Patterson performs all over the west coast and Peyton is doing shows throughout the country.

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Left: Former football players David Inge ’98 and Justin Bullen ’99

Former Class of 1993 classmates Sonya Franklin Dolan, Wilton Wright and Ross Frazer

• At the New York City reunion was Major JD Foy ’97 who is a Major in the Air Force flying C-131 cargo planes to Afghanistan, Kuwait and Iraq. JD was recently given a national award for his humanitarian work in flying relief supplies to Haiti and Indonesia after the earthquake and tsunami. (See Alumni Spotlight opposite page.) • A year ago when I gave this address, I asked you to consider working the next day to help load busses for the Tuscaloosa tornado relief effort and five of you showed up, and several Alumni helped drive the buses to Tuscaloosa that Saturday. • I read about St. Paul’s Alumni in the paper heading up committees, working for charities, contributing to worthy causes. I believe this is the School’s most important responsibilty, and from what I see we are meeting this charge as our Alumni continue to serve not just the local community, not just the state community, but the world community as is evidenced by JD’s recent recognition.

Head Football Coach Steve Mask addressed Alumni at the Annual Luncheon. He encouraged former students to come out and support the football team. He also invited former football players to come out for practice anytime.


ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Dr. Brevard ’79 Receives Distinguished Alumnus Award

During the Annual Alumni Luncheon, Dr. Sid Brevard ’79 received the Distinguished Alumnus Award for his outstanding accomplishments in his professional field and for his civic leadership. While in the U.S. Air Force, Dr. Brevard was deployed to Africa with United Nations troops in response to the genocide in Rwanda, cared for troops injured in the “Black Hawk Down” situation, and treated victims from the ethnic war in the Balkans. In 2002, he was named the Special Operation’s and the U.S. Air Force Global Health Officer of the Year. In 2003, Dr. Brevard assumed command of the 15th Medical Operation Squadron and became the Chief Operating Officer of a clinic providing healthcare to 10,000 military personnel and their families at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. He began a fellowship in trauma surgery and critical care at Charity Hospital in New Orleans in July of 2005. Just two months later, Hurricane Katrina struck and Dr. Brevard and his wife, Jennifer, an Air Force Reserve Nurse, spent the next five days in Charity Hospital taking care of patients with no electricity, no water, no toilets, and limited supplies of food and medicine. After completing his fellowship, Dr. Brevard was appointed the Director of the Air Force Center for Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills. He trained civilian surgeons to be trauma qualified and was selected the Attending Trauma Surgeon of the Year in 2009. While at the center, he deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan, and was the Chief of Trauma for all U.S. troops in Afghanistan in 2008. Under his watch, 99% of troops injured in combat survived their injuries, the highest percentage in the history of warfare. Sid joined the surgery department at the University of South Alabama Medical Center as an Associate Professor. His current duties involve teaching medical students, training surgical residents, and providing trauma care for the citizens of the Gulf Coast. He was recognized by the graduating medical students with the “Scarlet Sash Award” which recognizes the attending physicians who had the most meaningful input into the student’s education.

Major Foy ’97 Receives Cheney Award Maj. John D. Foy ’97 received the Lt. William Cheney Award from the Secretary of the Air Force, the Honorable Michael Donley, in Washington D.C. this past October. The Cheney Award honors an act of valor, extreme fortitude or self-sacrifice in a humanitarian interest, performed in connection with aircraft by an officer or enlisted Airman. He and another Airman received the award in recognition of their efforts to support Pakistan flood relief operations in 2010. According to the Air Force Times, Maj. Foy and Capt. Patrick Markey “led a 36-member team that provided humanitarian support during one of the largest natural disasters in Pakistan’s history. The 2010 floods there affected some 20 million people. During their six weeks supporting the humanitarian operation, more than 7.5 million pounds of cargo and more than 1,800 personnel were transported on 290 flights throughout the flood-affected area.” Maj. Foy credits his foundation as a leader through his time as a student at St. Paul’s. He believed, “The Air Force Academy, as well as the Air Force, shares all the same qualities listed in the mission statement. The core values of the Air Force are integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do. I was taught these values at home and it was reinforced at St. Paul’s. Whether it was in the classroom or on the field of play, these qualities were taught and instilled in my character.” Maj. Foy also has a bit of advice to offer St. Paul’s parents and students. He advised, “Keep a positive attitude and get ready to work hard. It will be one of the most challenging experiences of your life and will make your college experience a breeze. Every moment will be worth it. I was far better prepared for college and life coming from St. Paul’s than most college freshmen.” Read the full story under Alumni Spotlight on the web.

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WHAT’S NEWS WITH SPS ALUMS

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1994

Ginny Haas Turner is joining the Administration at

Zoe Fishman Shacham will be at

St. Paul’s as the Development Director. Ginny comes to St. Paul’s from the University of South Alabama’s Development Department.

1978 Bryant Galloway married Patrick Whelan on November 5, 2011 and moved to Ocean Springs, MS. She is now the executive director of the Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center for Arts and Education.

1986 Rebecca Harrison Reed won the national bronze medal in

the 16th Annual Independent Publisher Book Awards for her children’s book Only Cows Allowed. She attended the awards ceremony in New York City with her parents Ed and Pat Harrison, and her husband, Justin.

1990 Shannon Harrison Huber and her husband Stephen

welcomed Meredith Waller Huber on November 3, 2011. Meredith joins big brothers Harris (6) and Russell (4). They live in New Orleans.

Colby Jubenville launched Red Herring, Inc.,

an Innovation and Design Agency based out of Murfreesboro, TN. He is also a Professor of Sport Management at Middle Tennessee State University.

1991 Lauren Holman Hensley joined the Lower School faculty

at St. Paul’s where she will be teaching PreK. Lauren and her husband John have three boys at St. Paul’s, Mills (Class of 2020), Charlie (Class of 2022), and Walter (Class of 2025).

1992 - Reunion Year Meegan Benson Nelson and her husband Stephen welcomed their third son John Thomas Nelson on April 16, 2012. John Thomas joins big brothers Patrick (6) and Marty (4). Bernard Wood and his wife Bryant welcomed a son,

Bernard Augustine Wood V, born December 13, 2011.

Bob Cummings married Ashley Tyler in May 2012 in Orange Beach. Bob is a Senior Engineer with Sovereign Consulting Inc. 8

Page and Pallette in Fairhope on August 2 signing her second novel, Saving Ruth. Her first book, Balancing Acts, was released March 2010. Zoe and her husband Ronan welcomed Ari Mordechai Shacham on January 29, 2012. The Ari Mordechai Shacham Shachams live in Atlanta. Visit Zoe’s blog at www.zoefishman. net to read about her accomplishments.

Claire Williams received the Courage to Care Award from Samford University’s Ida V. Moffet School of Nursing. Claire is a 1997 graduate of Samford University and is a charge nurse in the heart transplant intensive care unit at UAB Hospital.

Meredith Stuart Stackpole and her husband Mitch welcomed their daughter Ann Ramsey Stackpole on February 10, 2012. She joins big brothers Michael (6) and Will (4).

Catherine Cleverdon Vulevich and her husband John

welcomed a daughter, Eloise Hart, born December 29, 2011. Lucy joins Edward (Class of 2024) and Cate (Class of 2026).

Brian Bowman passed his paramedic exam and is engaged to be married in September.

Hannah Hendrix Klingelheber and her husband Randy

had a baby boy, Adam Hendrix Klingelheber, on March 21, 2012. Adam joins big sisters Leah (10) and Mae (5) and big brother Rob (8).

Frances Sullivan Mayhall

and her husband John welcomed Elaine Marguerite Mayhall on June 2, 2012. Lainey joins big brothers Jack (6) and Andrew (4).

David Roberts and his wife

Jennifer welcomed their son David Diehl Roberts IV on June 20, 2011. The Roberts live in Birmingham.

David Diehl Roberts IV


WHAT’S NEWS WITH SPS ALUMS 1997 - Reunion Year

1995

Margaret Day Gates Baker

Greer Katherine Baker

and her husband Jonathan welcomed a daughter, Greer Katherine, on July 29, 2011. She joins big sisters Macy (6) and Austill (3). The Bakers live in Huntsville.

John D. Foy, Maj, USAF received the Cheney Award from the Secretary of the Air Force, the Honorable Michael Donley in Washington DC. See page 7 for the Alumni Spotlight. Anthony Stallings and his wife Holland Stallings, RN welcomed their first daughter Amelia Jane Stallings.

Kelley Beville Ogburn and Paterson Ogburn welcomed

Margaret Sue Helmsing Browning and her husband John

announced the birth of their daughter Margaret Sue on December 20, 2011.

Elizabeth Day Lehrter and her husband John welcomed

Elizabeth Jane on May 22, 2012. Eliza Jane joins big brothers Jack and William (3).

Jason Gerth and Ashleigh Green Gerth ’99 welcomed a son, Jacob Alexander, born November 3, 2011. Jacob joins big brother Jason (3). The Gerths live in Mobile.

1996

Alexander Paterson Ogburn IV on February 12, 2012. Alex joins big sister Alice (1). The Ogburns live in Fairhope.

Emily Middleton and Charles Christian White were married on April 28, 2012 at St. Joseph Chapel in Mobile. The couple resides in Birmingham.

Chris Alves and his wife Ellen Douglas announced the birth of their son Walter Douglas Alves on March 30, 2011. Walter joins big sister Lanier (Class of 2026).

1998

Graham Hagmaier recently launched Call of Duty ELITE

Kathryn Cypert Luka and her husband Will announce the birth of their son, William James Luka on November 21, 2011. James joins big sister Claire (3). They live in Fayetteville, NC.

John Williams and his wife Julie welcomed Anne Karcher

Elizabeth Bostick Leatherbury and Gregory Leatherbury ‘96 welcomed Susan Parker

Gregory Leatherbury and Elizabeth Bostick Leatherbury ’98 welcomed Susan Parker Leatherbury on April 12, 2012. Parker joins big sister Ann Coleman (2). for Activision Blizzard, the largest video game company in the world. Graham lives in Los Angeles, CA. Williams on February 23, 2012. Anne Karcher joins big sister Merritt (3).

Gray Lyon Garrett and her

husband Kirk welcomed their son Joseph Franklin Garrett on December 27, 2011. Joe joins big brother Liles (2).

Shannon Roberts Rhodes and her husband Lowery welcomed Joseph Lowery Rhodes III on February 1, 2012. Joseph joins Joseph Lowery Rhodes III big sisters Savannah (Class of 2025) and Abigail (3).

William James Luka

Leatherbury on April 12, 2012. Parker joins big sister Ann Coleman (2).

Dr. Day Gates married Andrea Lynn Rossillon on September 24, 2011 in Birmingham at St. Mary’s on the Highlands Episcopal Church. Day started his own practice as a prosthodontist. He and his father, Dr. William Day Gates II, practice out of the same office in Mobile. Dr. Matthew deShazo and his wife Holly welcomed their first child, Laney Catherine, on November 22, 2011. They live in Brandon, MS where Matthew is a cardiologist at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Jessica Smith Savage and her husband Jay Savage ’99 welcomed Albert Jameson Savage V. James joins big sister Julia (3). The Savages live in Birmingham.

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WHAT’S NEWS WITH SPS ALUMS

1999

Brigg Austin and his wife Katie welcomed a baby girl,

Vivian Marie Austin on January 6, 2012. She joins big brother Hails (3).

Courtney Mosley married Ryan Christopher Wikle on October 29, 2011. They live in Daphne.

Justin Bullen married Stacey Van Valkenburgh on

Daniel Travis and his wife Ashley welcomed twins

December 10, 2011. They reside in Mobile.

Gaines Thomas married Celeste Wildberger on December 17, 2011. They reside in Mobile.

Weston Wright and Hampton Brooks on December 5, 2011. They join big brother Barrett James (3). Daniel is a CPA and Tax Manager for Pannell Kerr and Forster of Texas, PC. They live in Houston, Texas.

son Jacob Preston Roe on December 11, 2011. Jacob joins big brother Bennett (4) and big sister Emory (1).

Jacy Saucier Bindon and her husband Michael welcomed Chad Michael Bindon on November 16, 2011. Chad joins big sisters Mia (Class of 2024) and Ava (3).

Jennifer Harrison Roberds

Natalie Setzler Roe and Stephen Roe ’99 welcomed their

Stephen Roe and Natalie Setzler Roe ’00 welcomed their

and her husband, Jake, welcomed Eleanor McRae on May 16, 2012.

Ashleigh Green Gerth and Jason Gerth ’95 welcomed a

son, Jacob Alexander, born November 3, 2011. Jacob joins big brother Jason (3). The Gerths live in Mobile. Eleanor McRae Roberds

Jay Savage and Jessica Smith Savage’98 welcomed

Albert Jameson Savage V. James joins big sister Julia (3). The Savages live in Birmingham.

2000

2001 Lydia Knizley Johnson and Laura Hightower Blakeney were featured in the Press-Register and on Fox 10 for their efforts in the Raise the Roof Ministry. Ashley Lott married Christopher Russo on May 27, 2012. They reside in Jersey City, NJ where Ashley practices law.

Mary Ross Little and George Willis Radcliff III were married at St. Paul's Episcopal Chapel on May 12, 2012. welcomed daughter Mary Tanner on August 2, 2011.

husband Todd welcomed Todd Watford Boehm, Jr. on January 30, 2011. Ford joins big sister Lainey (3).

2002 - Reunion Year Erin Gray Rutledge and her husband Jess annouced the birth of their daughter Marion “Cooper” Rutledge on November 9, 2011.

Brett LaGrave surprised

the Lower School St. Paul’s students with a Reading Rocks concert in May to celebrate Children’s Book Week. The video is on the St. Paul’s website under School Life News.

son Jacob Preston Roe on December 11, 2011. Jacob joins big brother Bennett (4) and big sister Emory (1).

Ashley Tanner McKeithan and her husband Lee

Lauren Stabler Boehm and her

Laura Ledbetter married James D. Perez on May 19, 2012. They reside in Mobile.

Todd Watford Boehm, Jr. with sister Lainey

Marshall Wilbanks and his wife Amanda welcomed

Dr. Joseph Grant Zarzour married Jessica Stanley on March 31, 2012. They are living in Mobile.

Jamie Pilgrim Cooper and her husband David annouced the birth of David Jones Cooper III on March 5, 2012.

Marshall Shearer Wilbanks, Jr on February 29. 2012. The Wilbanks live in Mobile.

2003

Kimee McConnell married Jeremy Bradford Duck on May

Turner Outlaw married Forrest Thomas Eleazer on

5, 2012 at Dauphin Way United Methodist Church in Mobile. They live in Homewood.

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twins Mackenzie Iris Gaillard and Caleb Ashton Gaillard on May 4, 2011. The Gaillards live in Marietta, GA.

Kristi Evans Gaillard and her husband Andy welcomed

November 19, 2011. They reside in St. Petersburg, FL.


WHAT’S NEWS WITH SPS ALUMS

Neesa Peterson was featured in the July issue of Glamour Magazine. Neesa opened Imperial Woodpecker Sno-Balls, a New Orleans-style shaved ice shop, in New York City. Paige Pearce Graf and her husband Curtis welcomed David Remy Graf on April 9, 2012. Remy joins big sister Pearce (2). Allison Tanner married Jack Witty Allen, Jr. on January 21, 2012 at Springhill Avenue United Methodist Church.

2004 Weathers Bolt received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Alabama’s School of Law in May 2012 and will begin working in the Mobile office of Starnes Davis Florie LLP. Weathers and his fiancée Molly Engelmeier will marry on June 8, 2013 in Pittsburgh. Molly is teaching 2nd Grade at St. Paul’s this fall. Whitney Byrd married Clifford Hamilton Barnett, Jr. on December 10, 2011. They reside in Mobile. Elizabeth Crawford will finish with UVA Law School in May and plans to work with Bradley, Arant, Boult, Cummings LLP in Birmingham in the fall.

Leigh Lancaster Terrell joined the Upper School faculty at St. Paul’s where she will be teaching Senior English and will be the Faculty Advisor for The Epistle (student newspaper) and The Halo (school yearbook). Leigh received her bachelor’s degree from Ole Miss and her master’s degree from Auburn.

2005 Kevin Jones is in school at Colorado School of Mines. He

and his wife Jenn welcomed Aubrey Grace Jones on April 25, 2012.

2006 Joey Steadman received his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Alabama’s School of Law May 2012, and he will be clerking for Judge Charlie Graddick starting in August. Joey and Weathers Bolt are pictured together at the graduation ceremony.

Weathers Bolt ’04 and Joey Steadman ’06

Beginning in August, Edward Bolt will attend Mercer University’s 3-year Doctorate Program in Physical Therapy in Atlanta.

Jeremy Jordan (pictured above) graduated with a degree in Health Care Administration from UAB in May of 2011. He received his RN degree from the UAB School of Nursing in May 2012 and is currently working as a Staff Nurse in the Pediatric ICU at Children’s Hospital in Birmingham while pursuing his Master’s in Pediatric Nursing Practitioner in the Accelerated Master’s in Nursing Pathway program at UAB. Jeremy is pictured below with his family at the graduation ceremony. Pictured from l-r: Patrick Hubbard, BJ Jordan ’01, Jeremy Jordan ’06, Laurie Twine Jordan ’75 and Brian Jordan ’75. Caroline Crawford finished her first year of a 2-year

Master’s program at University of Texas School of Social Work.

Jilly Harrison Hollingshead and her husband Kevin

welcomed a daughter, Elsie Louise, on January 9, 2012. The Hollingsheads live in Mobile.

Molly Bellew married Nicholas Harrison Fulmer on April 28 at St. Francis at the Point in Pt. Clear, AL. Reception at the Grand Hotel. Couple lives in Destin, FL.

2007 - Reunion Year Claire Elise Finlen graduated in May 2012 from the University of Alabama in Birmingham. Claire is a Cum Laude graduate receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. She received honors from Pi Tau Sigma of the International Mechanical Engineering Society. She married Matthew Todd Burden on June 2, 2012 in Rosemary Beach. They currently reside in Birmingham. Candace Wilson married Caleb Michael Mahoney on May 27, 2012 in Chattanooga, TN. She graduated from Samford University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She is currently employed as a Registered Nurse at Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga.

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WHAT’S NEWS WITH SPS ALUMS 2008 Lee Gilmer made the Dean’s List at Furman University and he helped the Furman Distance Medley Relay team place third while he placed second in the Southern Conference Meet. John Gilmer accepted a position as a lecteur (reader) for

the English department at the University of Nantes. The Sewanee French major with the highest GPA in French is offered this position as part of an exchange program with the University of Nantes.

Ashley Hudson graduated May 2012 from Birmingham-

Alumni & Families Are Invited To: August 7 Class of 2012 “Halo” Distribution Party August 13

Alumni Legacy Night

Sept. 27

Homecoming Carnival

Sept. 28

Homecoming Parade & Pep Rally

Alumni Tailgate*

Athletic Hall of Fame Inductions

Southern College, Magna Cum Laude, Honors College, Phi Beta Kappa.

Classes 1992, 1997, 2002 Reunions

Christina Rizk graduated with a bachelor’s degree in

Sept. 29

Neuroscience from Emory University in May 2012.

Former Univeristy of Alabama safety, Mark Barron was picked 7th in NFL draft by Tampa Bay Buccanneers. Barron lead the Crimson Tide to win the BCS National Championship.

Kokes, Kids and Krispy Kreme

Classes 1992, 1997, 2002 Reunion Parties Oct. 26 Lower School Halloween Parade Through Campus

Diege Barry was a defensive back on the Crimson Tide’s national championship team.

Nov. 15 Lower School Open House for Prospective Families

Trevor Jones graduated from Texas A&M University in May.

Nov. 16

Landing of the Mayflower

Dec.

Alumni Art Show* (formerly Wine Tasting with the Arts)

Feb. 1

Mardi Gras Party*

Feb. 27

Distinguished Alumni Award Presented

March 10

Running with the Saints*

March 15

Saints’ Night Out

April

Alumni Golf Tournament

Students in American Colleges and Universities.

April 16

Alumni Night at Spring “Big” Show

2009

* Denotes Alumni Council organized

He is getting married on August 11, and starts grad school after the honeymoon.

Elizabeth Petersen graduated Magna Cum Laude from Connecticut College in May 2012 and received degrees with distinction in Art History and Russian/Slavic Studies. She was awarded the Art History Prize, the Museum Studies Prize and the Russian/Slavic Studies Award for the Connecticut College Class of 2012. Elizabeth will be earning a master’s degree in Russian Art at the Courtauld Institute at the University of London beginning in September 2012. Caitlin Sims was inducted into the Who’s Who Among

AJ McCarron led the University of Alabama Crimson Tide

Annual Alumni Luncheon*

Check the Alumni page on the website for details

to win the BCS National Championship game as the quarterback on January 29, 2012. Alabama beat LSU 21-0 to win their 14th National Championship.

2010 Marc Powell will be a starting safety on the Millsaps football team as well as singing in the choir.

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Stuart Graham made the Dean’s List at Furman University.


ALUMNI COUNCIL 2012-13

From the Alumni Chair:

Running with the Saints: l-r Bill Moore ’97

The Alumni Council recently spent an afternoon planning the alumni events for the upcoming year. We had graduate representatives from every decade on hand to offer their thoughts on the types of events that would be appealing and how to structure each event to maximize the experience. I subdivided the attendees into groups and challenged each group to come up with ideas on what would make each event truly memorable. At the end of the planning session we were all very excited about what we’ve put together for the St Paul’s Alumni – it is going to be a wonderful year. (See events listed on page 12. *Denotes Alumni Council organized)

with daughter Sarah and Scott DeLaney ’97 with son Sutton

Wine Tasting: l-r Sara Galanos ’07, William Latta ’07, Meg McCrummen ’07 Mardi Gras Party:

Our alumni have a tremendous amount of pride for our school. Recent graduates recognize how special their experience at St. Paul’s was and want to give back, even as they’re busy beginning new careers and tending to young “Recent graduates families. The School’s earliest recognize how special their graduates are proud of what the School has become and some of experience at St. Paul’s was these early graduates have children and want to give back, even that have graduated from St Paul’s as they’re busy beginning and still want to be involved. Our alumni are engaged in their support new careers and tending to of their School and our Alumni young families.” Council’s goal is to continue and further their engagement.

St. Paul’s Students and Alumni “Blowhouse” Band performs for Alumni and families in Washington Square

I invite you to get involved with the Alumni Council. You’ll enjoy visiting with old friends and beginning new friendships with alumni you’ve not yet met. The common purpose that drives the council makes getting involved easy and fun – we simply need your help organizing and executing the events for people like you. We want your ideas and your efforts and there are plenty of opportunities to find an event that fits your calendar. Consider it networking, consider it giving back to your Alma Mater, or just consider it a fun thing to do where you meet new, nice, and successful people. Our council has energy, we have momentum, and we have a plan for the upcoming year. We look forward to seeing you either as an attendee or a volunteer. Cam Marston ’87 Alumni Council Chairman

The Alumni Council Meets Once a Month as a Group in the Advancement Office in the Wilmer Hall Building Meeting Time is 11:30 Brown Bag Lunch August 7• September 4 • October 9 • November 6 January 8 • February 5 • March 5 • April 9 (no December or May meeting)

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REUNIONS & LEGACIES

Atlanta On-the-Road Reunion: Bottom -

Margaret Bramlett, Lou Courie, Brooke McMullan Edmundson, Victor Helmsing, Erin Casey Bailey, and Mary Alice Shreve catch up with fellow Atlanta-area alums at Paul’s Restaurant in Buckhead.

New York On-the-Road Reunion: Top - group photo at

Heartland Brewery on Union Square. More than 65 Alums and friends met up for networking and fun. See the slideshow under Alumni on the web.

On-the-Road Reunions This Year to Birmingham and New Orleans

Welcome St. Paul’s Legacies this School Year

Lanier Alves Belle Autio Mendalyn Barber Harris Browning Isabel DiVittorio Livy Ferguson Hollin Fillers Buddy Fleming Jack Frazer William Fuchs Stella Gallaspy Daniel Gill Larson Green Walter Hensley Elizabeth Jeffries Kenny Johnson Albert Key Kate Laird Bay Lane

Ellen Douglas and Chris Alves ’97 Michelle Lombardo ’89 and Mark Autio Tara Drinkard ’92 and Matthew Barber Amy and Scott Browning ’91 Elisa and Adrian DiVittorio ’91 Liz Garth ’96 and John Ferguson ’96 Ann Lee McDonnell ’00 and Michael Fillers Elizabeth and Beau Fleming ’01 Kara and Ross Frazer ’93 Bonnie and Chris Fuchs ’92 Jen and Glenn Gallaspy ’95 Anne McCall ’94 and Chris Gill Laurie and Antone Green ’80 Lauren Holman ’91 and John Hensley Virginia and Jim Jeffries ’83 Frances and Kenny Johnson ’88 Katie Feore ’89 and Watt Key Lauren Moore Laird ’95 David Lane ’88

Kate Marbut Jenni Knizley ’99 and Stephen Marbut ’99 Ivey Marston Lisa and Cam Marston ’87 Mack Marston Lisa and Cam Marston ’87 Will McKean Carolyn Fittje ’88 and Mike McKean Clara Meadows Meredith McMullan ’95 and Todd Meadows Charlie Merchant Sallie Irvine ’94 and Nick Merchant ’92 Hardin Omage Valerie Hardin ’03 and Charles Omage Chloe Parker Sloane Maisel ’06 and John Parker Wilson Patrick Ronda and Martin Patrick ’94 Lula Payne Lesley Acker ’99 and Frazier Payne Worth Persons Raegan and Buddy Persons ’93 Ella Phillips Leslie James ’88 and Greg Phillips Peyton Rudolph KC and Jonathan Rudolph ’94 Luci Smith Elizabeth Wells ’96 and Charles Smith Will Sumlin Beth Moore ’97 and Mat Sumlin ’97 Cate Vulevich Catherine Cleverdon ’94 and John Vulevich Robert Whigham Meagher and Waggon Whigham ’83 Emma Caroline Wood Valerie Vick and Tom Wood ’94

SAVE THE DATE ALUMNI LEGACY NIGHT

Evans Crowe ’80 with daughter Adele.

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MONDAY, AUGUST 13th 5:30 - 6:30 Saints’ Café

Maiben Daugherty Martin ’91 and Craig Martin’91 with William (l) and Jay (r).


SAINTS SPIRIT

The Saints Lead All Schools in Alabama with 165 State Championships 2012 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Aug 23 Aug 31 Sept 7 Sept 14 Sept 21 Sept 28 Oct 5 Oct 12 Oct 19 Oct 26 Nov 2

Alma Bryant Fairhope Williamson B.C. Rain Gulf Shores Choctaw County Spanish Fort Faith Academy Vigor LeFlore UMS-Wright

Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home

Preseason 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm 7pm

2012 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE Aug 23 Hoover/Pelham Away 5/6pm Aug 24-25 Boddie Tourn. Away TBA Aug 28 Bayside Home 6:30pm Aug 30 Spanish Fort Home 5:30pm Sept 1 Sept 5 Sept 7-8 Sept 11 Sept 13

McGill Tourn McGill Bayside Tourn Faith LeFlore/Vigor

Away Away Away Home Away

TBA 6pm TBA 5:30pm 4/5pm

Sept 18 Sept 20

UMS-Wright Baker

Away Home

5:30pm 5:30pm

Away Home Away Home Home Home Away Away

TBA 5:30pm 5pm 6pm 4:30/ 6:30pm TBA 6:30pm 6/7pm

Away Home TBA Away Away

TBA 4/6 pm TBA TBA TBA

Sept 21-22 Sept 25 Sept 27 Oct 2 Oct 4

Hoover Tourn Daphne Davidson McGill Gulf Shores/St. James Oct 5-6 St. Paul's Tourn Oct 9 Bayside Oct 11 Guntersville/ Hoover Oct 12-13 Blalock Tourn Oct 16 R'dale/Saraland Oct 18 Area Tourn Oct 26-27 Super Regional Oct 31-Nov 1 State Tourn

Saints Walk: On August 31 the St. Paul’s Saints will host the Fairhope Pirates. All SAINTS fans are invited to meet up in Saints’ Square for tailgating and the Saints Walk. Purchase your “Little Saints” jerseys at the Campus Store.

Alumni Basketball Game: Back Row: Michael

Rebarchak ’07, John Lyle ’84, Bill Kleinschrodt ’03, Ben Ford ’95, Day Gates ’98, Will Hester ’92, Coach Mertiz Henderson. Bottom Row: Blake Martin ’01, Richard Foster ’07, Richard Lyon ’07, Coach Jimmy Messer, Coach Chad Applin.

Alumni Baseball Game: AJ McCarron ’09

pictured with Dayne and Brooks McDonald

Lady Saints Alumni Basketball Game: Back Row: Lynes Hollon Crocker ’96, Buff Walker Teague ’95, Brittany Allen Davidson ’96, Brady Allen Hall ’99, Meghan Austin ’07, Katie Wilkinson ’07, Lori McInvale Martin ’94, Jill Griffin Boulo ’93, Coach Melissa Baker. Bottom Row: Jane Bartlett Pappas ’11, Betsy Greer ’08, Sara Galanos ’07, Lauren Metzger ’08, Nichole Russell Patrick ’92.

Become a Member of the St. Paul’s Coaches Club and receive free admission for your entire family to all home athletic events for all sports, free parking and much more. Forms are on the web! Decal for your car pictured right

ST. PAUL’S Coaches Club 2012-2013

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St. Paul’s Episcopal School 161 Dogwood Lane Mobile, AL 36608-1398 Return Service Requested

The Epistle II is published biannually by the Advancement Office. If you have an address change or Alumni News, please contact Catherine Vulevich in the Advancement Office at 251-380-0408 ext. 22, email cvulevich@stpaulsmobile.net, or update your profile on the St. Paul’s website at www.stpaulsmobile.net. The Epistle II is mailed one per family. If you would like more copies, please let us know!

Homecoming 2012 Schedule of Events

Thursday, September 27 • Carnival on Quigley Friday, September 28 • Parade from Lower School to School-Wide Pep Rally at E.E. Delaney Stadium Alumni Tailgate on Bussie Greer Baseball Field Class of 2002 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductions Crowning of the Homecoming Queen at Half-time Saturday, September 29 • Kokes, Kids and Krispy Kreme in Saints’ Square Open House for Alumni and Guests Class Reunion Parties - Log in to the Reunion Page under Alumni on the Web! www.stpaulsmobile.net


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