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For Fiscal Year July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013


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2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . With Gratitude 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Our Leadership 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Summary of Contributions 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . The OLSH Fund 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Technology Initiative 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OLSH Legacy Gala 10. . . . . . . . . . . . Scholarships & Endowed Funds 11. . . . . . . . . .Matching Gifts & Volunteer Grants 12. . . . . . . . . The President’s Leadership Council 14. . . . . . . . .Recognition Societies & Donor Roll 18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alumni Giving 21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Blessed Angela Society 22. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In Memoriam 23. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . In Honor

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With Heartfelt Gratitude Dear Friends of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School, The 2012-2013 school year at OLSH was marked by milestones. At the same time that we celebrated our 80-year legacy of providing students with an education like no other, we achieved record enrollment, demonstrating our school’s continued value, viability, vibrancy and relevance in a changing world. Your donations made the difference and together we achieved a higher standard. Without question, OLSH is a school of substance. Our rich traditions and history, focus on faith and our Felician values, and warm, welcoming culture form the foundation for our status at the leading edge among schools in our region. From an academic perspective, we were blessed last year by the news that two of our seniors were named National Merit Finalists, and another was recognized as a Semi-finalist. Our faculty engaged in a wide variety of professional development activities, and incorporated emerging technologies into their teaching approaches. And the Class of 2013 garnered over $6 million in college scholarship offers over four years, more than any other class in school history. Our students achieved impressive outcomes outside of the classroom as well, earning the school’s first WPIAL boys cross country championship; participating in an inaugural OLSH mission trip; achieving more athletic playoff berths than ever; and directly engaging in over 30 service and charitable giving activities. Over the summer we installed state-of-the-art technology in each of our classrooms that rivals or exceeds instructional equipment found in public and private schools across the U.S. The completion of this project would not have been possible without the exceptional support of our benefactors. We are grateful to all who support OLSH each day with time, talent, treasure and prayer. Please enjoy the 2012-2013 Advancement Review and the impressive array of OLSH achievements included herein. In addition, we invite you to review the names of the over 500

individuals and businesses that partnered with us last year to advance the mission of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School. May God’s blessings surround and sustain you!

With sincerest gratitude on behalf of the OLSH Board of Directors, Administration, Faculty, Staff and Students,

2012-2013 SENIOR ADMINISTRATION Terry O’Rourke Donoghue President Tim Plocinik Principal Cheryl L. Karashin Vice President of Advancement Cathy T. Neubert Business Manager

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Our Leadership BOARD OF DIRECTORS

As of July 1, 2012 - June 20, 2013

Regis J. Flaherty, Chair

Sr. Mary Thaddeus Markelewicz, CSSF

Sr. Mary Cabrini Procopio, CSSF ‘59

Director Gilmary Retreat Center

President and CEO McGuire Memorial

Local Communicator, Central Convent Oral Historian, Our Lady of Hope Province

Jennifer Reilly-McCardell ‘92, Vice Chair

Sr. Christine Marie Nizialek, CSSF

James Rosenwald ‘84

Receptionist Our Lady of Hope Provincial House

Vice President BNY Mellon

Sr. Rosanne Oberleitner, CSJ

William S. Stickman, IV, Esq., ‘98

Leadership Team Sisters of St. Joseph of Baden

Partner Del Sole Cavanaugh Stroyd

Terry O’Rourke Donoghue

Andrea White, Ed.D.

President Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School

Ministry Designee & Chief Information Officer Felician Services, Inc

Freelance Graphic Designer

Sr. Mary Faith Balawejder, CSSF Pastoral Associate St. Louise de Marillac Parish

Sr. Mary Alexander Klawinski, CSSF Local Treasurer Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Central Convent

Daniel R. Mangine, Ph.D., ‘87 Psychologist

Mission Statement of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School Rooted in Catholic Felician Franciscan tradition, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School educates and transforms each student for a life of exceptional Christian leadership, stewardship, and service to all.

Achieving a Higher Standard By the Numbers

On average, the amount of a gift to OLSH increased by 126% and annual giving to OLSH saw a continued overall increase. Giving to the EITC program reached an all-time high and OLSH initiated its own scholarship organization. Current parents demonstrated their confidence in OLSH with 76 families participating in the Parent Partnership Program, 20% more than last year. 12 OLSH Board members and 38 faculty and staff made a gift to The OLSH Fund, underscoring their commitment to providing a quality OLSH education to all students.

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Tuition Assistance $407,750.00 Scholarships $228,072.88 Student Programs $8,066.00 Athletics $14,779.00 Deposit to the Endowment $77,810.62 Facilities & Technology Enhancements $50,670.00 Professional Development $9,021 TOTAL GIFT ALLOCATION $1,025,225.20

Summary of Contributions

GIFT ALLOCATION

GIFT REVENUE

Professional Development Grants

Other Restricted Gifts

Facilities & Technology Enhancements The OLSH Fund

Institutional Support

Deposit to the Endowment Athletics Student Programs

Legacy Gala

Tuition Assistance

Tuition Assistance

Legacy Gala Fund the Vision Athletic Gifts

Education Improvement Tax Credits

Scholarships

Adopt A Student Endowed Gifts

The OLSH Fund (unrestricted) $186,776 Legacy Gala (unrestricted) $115,561 Legacy Gala Fund the Vision (restricted) $17,510 Athletic Gifts $2,000 Education Inprovement Tax Credits (EITC) $85,500 Adopt A Student $8,000 Endowed Gifts $77,810 Scholarships $134,573 Tuition Assistance $357,750 Grants $25,000 Other Restricted Gifts $14,745 TOTAL GIFT REVENUE

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Scholarships

$1,025,225

Institutional Support $229,055 Tuition Assistance $407,750 Scholarships $228,073 Student Programs $8,066 Athletics $14,779 Deposit to Endowment $77,811 Facilities & Technology Enhancements $50,670 Professional Development $9,021 TOTAL GIFT ALLOCATION

$1,025,225


The OLSH Fund The cornerstone of philanthropic giving at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School, The OLSH Fund supports all aspects of an OLSH education: academics, the arts, athletics, technology, faith and tuition assistance. Giving to The OLSH Fund increased for the sixth consecutive fiscal year, demonstrating the confidence OLSH parents, alumni, friends and the greater community have in OLSH and our mission. Growth of The OLSH Fund is essential to the continued legacy of excellence at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School for generations to come. Your gifts to The OLSH Fund in 2012-2013 directly impacted our students, faculty and staff , enabling them to experience unique opportunities and to continue to achieve at a high standard. In addition to the technology enhancements described on the next pages, your partnership enabled us to: • Supply teachers with resources on their wish lists, such as the YOUCAT (Youth Catechism of the Catholic Church) for the religion department, kettlebells, super bands, and foam rollers for phys ed classes, and ceramics supplies for art classes. • Enable faculty and staff to attend professional development workshops and seminars, such as the National Council of Teachers of Math national conference, the National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) 2013 Convention, the NCEA Law Symposium, and the College Board’s AP Institute, to stay on the front edge of advancements in our fields. • Ensure the continued safety and well-being of all students by offering in-depth safety training for staff, creating a position for a second guidance counselor, inviting faculty to participate in updated Student Assistance Program training, and adding facility enhancements to OLSH’s already secure campus.

OLSH FUND GIVING BY CONSTITUENCY

• Provide a venue for parents and students to anonymously report bullying and other concerns through the purchase of SchoolReach’s Cyber Bullying Hotline.

THE OLSH FUND TOTAL $186,775.67

• Support OLSH’s Tuition Assistance program, which awarded over $400,000 in aid to nearly 40% of OLSH families.

Alumni $26,170.86 Board $12,829.61 Current Parents $31,542.68 Faculty and Staff $11,174.31 Parents of Alumni $39,452.88 Friends of OLSH $61,340.13 Matching Gifts $1,120.35 Others $21,097.35 *Note some individuals are included in more than one constituent group.

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Technology Initiative OLSH launched a comprehensive technology exploration and acquisition initiative during the 2012-2013 school year. Over $140,000 was raised, making possible the implementation of a variety of technological upgrades and enhancements, including iPads for the Reading and Basic Algebra classes to help meet the learning needs of students in those courses, an iPad loaded with educational apps for every OLSH teacher, interactive projectors located in our classrooms, and an IPTV device capable of streaming WCHR News and other video material to students. These efforts, combined with wireless infrastructure upgrades, a new faculty/staff email system and other enhancements keep OLSH on the leading edge of classroom technology among Catholic, public and other private schools in our region.

iPads in the Classroom OLSH’s Reading and Basic Algebra courses were equipped with iPads for student use this year as a result of the school receiving $25,000 in grant funding from the St. Francis Fund of Felician Services Inc. Students in these courses gained access to online resources designed to support learning through visual and kinesthetic activities. Students were able to focus on their learning style strengths as the courses have become more centered on applying classroom lessons to real-life situations.

iPads for Teachers A benefactor partnered with OLSH to provide funding to equip each teacher with an iPad, allowing our faculty to begin to explore the educational possibilities associated with the academic disciplines reflected in their teaching. Training sessions included a general overview of the capabilities of the iPad technology and one-on-one meetings with an expert who shared apps and resources specific to different academic areas. Teachers received gift cards to purchase apps specific to their courses and curricula and are excited to continue using the iPads in the classroom in new and interesting ways.

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Classroom Technology At this year’s OLSH Legacy Gala, we “made our needs known” to guests and asked for support to replace the outdated TVs in our classrooms through the Fund the Vision campaign. Thanks to an outstanding response, a matched gift, and a successful social media effort, those needs were realized. This summer Epson Bright Link Pro ultra-short-throw interactive projectors and Apple TVs were installed in each classroom, turning our traditional whiteboards into digital, interactive boards. Teachers are able to project content wirelessly and our Haivision Viper MAX IPTV device allows for streaming of video. WCHR student-produced news announcements, Channel One news, select cable TV channels and a library of on-demand options are now viewed as 80-inch projected images.

Technology Initiative Partners LEADERSHIP (GIFTS OF $1,000 OR MORE) Anonymous Tony J. Ciampitti ‘90 St. Francis Fund of Felician Services Inc.

Rick & Lisa Platt S. Clayton and Heather Saftner Ron and Cathy Tisch

SUPPORTERS (GIFTS OF $50 TO $999) Jillian Babish ‘07 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Reilly Joseph and Donna Cerchiaro Samuel Urick, III, DO ‘99 Michael ‘96 and Jessica Cerchiaro Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Urick, Jr. Harry and Mary Ellen Giglio Dr. Andrea D. White Amy & Dan Joyce Tome Wiese Rick and Cheryl Karashin Pete and Karen Wojtechko Jeremiah and Michele Lyons Thomas and Maryann (Ruszala) ‘68 Wood Heather M. Reilly ‘97 Christian and Noleen Zernich

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OLSH Legacy Gala The 2013 OLSH Legacy Gala was marked by record-breaking attendance, donations, and participation. The event, held March 2, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh Airport, was themed Amazing Journey in celebration of OLSH’s 80th year. The Legacy Award was presented to the Felician Sisters for their unfailing dedication to Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School since its opening in 1932. The record 300 attendees were made up of 40 Felician Sisters, over 60 alumni, and many current parents, faculty, staff and other friends of OLSH. Grossing over $130,000, the Legacy Gala was the most successful of our annual fundraising events, raising funds for student programs, athletics, arts and academics, as well as technology, through the Fund the Vision campaign. The evening, which featured lively bidding, a student performance and even a surprise visit from Bishop David Zubik, was a brilliant celebration of OLSH’s rich history and future vitality.

Legacy Gala Donors

Photo by VanDyke Photography

Anonymous 17th Street Café Ameriprise Jim Andoga Andy Warhol Museum Annie Gensheimer Photography Atlantis Casino Resort and Spa The Babish Family Tom and Jenny Bean Bella Christine Tammy Belloma Big Burrito Restaurant Group Bob Evans Restaurant Bonnie & Clyde's Restaurant Bruegger's Bagels Buca di Beppo - Robinson Town Centre Buckhead Saloon Buckle-Up Driving School Dena Rose Buzila Cakes by Cheryl The Cardi Family

Carlo's Bakery Carlow University Carnegie Museum of Natural History Castelucci's Hair Styling, Barber Shop, Nail, Tanning Salon Central Diner & Grille Michael '96 and Jessica Cerchiaro Chartiers Country Club Chipotle Mexican Grill City Theater Company Claudio Pizzeria & Ristorante Clearview Federal Credit Union Paul and Nancy Collier The Cornetti Family Costco - Robinson Crafton Ingram Lanes Crowne Plaza - Pittsburgh Airport Bill Daniels

Dee Jay's BBQ Ribs DelGross's Amusement Park Dependable Drive-In Theater Deramo Beverage Company Destination Day Spa Ditka's Restaurant DiVito's Gulf Service Barry and Lisa Duerr Duquesne University Eat 'n Park Eddie's Haircut Shop Edible Arrangements The Eger Eye Group Embassy Suites Hotel Embroidery PGH Erie Otters Hockey Club Fr. Sam Esposito Etico Capital Advisors, LLC Mark Zeitler, President Euro Concepts Kitchen Design expERIEnce Children's Museum

2013 LEGACY GALA HOST COMMITTEE Terry O’Rourke Donoghue Dr. Paul and Nancy Collier James Rosenwald ‘84 and Regina Rossi

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S. Clayton and Heather Saftner Dr. Tom and Patty Schauble Christian and Noleen Zernich


Fat Head's First Watch - Settlers Ridge The Frame Depot Diana Froats Fun Fore All Family Entertainment Center FunGus Pottery Mike Gallagher Jane Geronime Gilmary Retreat Center Hair Symmetry Half Price Books The Hammel Family Helfer's Jewelry The Heller Family Casey Henderlong H.J. Heinz Company Holiday Inn Pittsburgh International Airport Sr. M. Francine Horos '68 The Hott Spot Extreme Wellness Huntington Learning Center Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport Indiana University of Pennsylvania Jean Bonnet Tavern John Sisson Mercedes-Benz Pat and Brigitte Joyce Dan and Amy Joyce Juliano's Restaurant and Pizzeria, Inc. Sr. M. Adrian Jumbelic Rick and Cheryl Karashin Kennywood Park Susan Kim Kip's Ice Cream L.S. Jewelers Lakemont Park Learning Express - Settler's Ridge LeMont Carolyn Ludwig Marada Golf Course Mario's Family Italian Restaurant Dee Marra Men's Wearhouse Nancy Mimless Moe's Southwest Grill Montour Heights Country Club Montour Heights Country Club Pro Shop Moon Township Ford

Mountain Playhouse Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort Natale Sporting Goods National Baseball Hall of Fame ND Wine Services and Importing OLSH Christmas Play OLSH Faculty and Staff OLSH Fine Arts Department OLSH Spring Musical One Enchanted Evening Original Oyster House Christina O'Toole Bonnie Ottaviani Paradise Island Bowl PepBoys Pet Salon Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Pink Calyx Pittsburgh Airport Marriott Pittsburgh CLO Pittsburgh CLO Academy Pittsburgh Coin and Jewelry Exchange Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Pittsburgh International Children's Theater Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre Pittsburgh Magazine Pittsburgh Musical Theater Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium Rick and Lisa Platt Tim Plocinik and Cindy Loughman Jim and Wendy Porter Qdoba Mexican Grill Quaker Steak & Lube Railroaders Memorial Museum Red Robin Gourmet Burgers - Settlers Ridge The Rink at PPG Place The Roberts Family Robert Morris University Robinson Beer & Beverage Rosalind Candy Castle, Inc. Sr. M. Marcia Rydzewski '55 Ryta Sabika Austrian Crystal Jewelry S. Clayton and Heather Saftner Saint Vincent College

Sal's City Deli Sr. M. Pulcheria Saukaitis ’39 Schoolbelles The Schott Family Warren Schweitzer Segneri's Italian Restaurant Jessica Sellman '02 Christine Serkoch '91 and Pittsburgh Pirates Seton Hill University Seven Springs Mountain Resort Sewickley Shoe Repair Sewickley Valley YMCA Sisters Floral Design Slippery Rock University Sognatore Salon - The Pennsylvanian Sportrak Walt Srocki - Srocki Art Studios Staples Starbucks at the Pointe Steeltech, Inc. Steven Szabo Salon Stitch Wizard, Inc. and Rosa (Romano) Lanuka '86 Brad Stombaugh Steve Stombaugh Studio Ten Photography The Summer Wind Sweetwater Center for the Arts Mike Tarquinio TGI Friday's Thai Foon Trello Chocolates/Lords International University of Notre Dame Van Dyke Photography Van Salon Suzanne Venneri, Travel Broker Waldameer Amusement Park We Care Limo Service West Pike Bowl Western Area YMCA Westminster College The Wittebort Family World Class Fitness Center The Yaksick Family The Yard Place Yoga H'om Youthtowne Bishop David Zubik

Legacy Gala Sponsors RUBY SPONSOR - $3,500 First Niagara DIAMOND SPONSORS - $2,500 Clearview Federal Credit Union Felician Services, Inc. Robert Morris University Tudi Mechanical PLATINUM SPONSORS - $1,000 Felician Sisters of North America Giant Eagle, Inc. Greater Pittsburgh Surgical Alliance Moon Township Ford Alloy Oxygen & Welding Supply Company Sota Construction Services Three Rivers Endoscopy Center GOLD SPONSORS - $500 Dan and Tammy DeStefano Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church St. Clair Hospital COOKIE SPONSORS - $300 Aladdin, Inc SILVER SPONSORS - $250 H.J. Heinz Company Kindred Hospital - Pittsburgh St. Malachy School St. Joseph Church

BRONZE SPONSORS - $100 George L. Yaksick, Jr. Esq. '82 and Rev. Michael L. Yaksick '86 St. Blaise Parish St. Columbkille Church Trello Cioccolato FACULTY & SISTER SPONSORS - $75 Tim Plocinik Jenny and Tom Bean Ken and Sharon Elias Steve Franckhauser Marla Goltz Monica Haskins ‘68 James D. Harkins, DMD Stacey Hinderliter ‘75 Carol Ann Jones Rosemary Karycki Doug and Diane Lohmann Beth Markovitz Gregory and Pamela Muha Eileen Paul ‘62 Anna Podomnik Jim and Wendy Porter Mike Rodriguez Ricci's Italian Sausage Larry and Rosemary ‘85 Romboski Kirsten and Tony Schatzel Al & Lori Sobolosky St. John the Baptist Parish (Baden) Theresa Suehr Stephanie Szilagy Carla (Wincalow) Wissner ‘86 Rev. Michael L. Yaksick '86

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Scholarships & Endowed Funds Access to an OLSH education remains vitally important as we work to advance the mission of the Felician Sisters, to educate a socially and economically diverse student body. While OLSH remains one of the most affordable Catholic high schools in the region, many families require additional financial support, which comes from tuition assistance donations, scholarships and endowed funds. Gifts to these funds make it possible for talented young men and women to earn a transformative OLSH education.

ADOPT A STUDENT PROGRAM – This program is an opportunity for individuals to donate scholarship dollars to students at OLSH with significant financial need. Commitments range from partial scholarships to full financial responsibility for educational costs.

ANONYMOUS INDEPENDENT SETTLEMENT SERVICES, LLC TIM PLOCINIK AND CINDY LOUGHMAN JAMES ROONEY BERNADINE SKRABA

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS – A named Endowed Scholarship is an ideal way to honor a person not only at the time it is created, but also far into the future, as these scholarships last in perpetuity. Interest is used to support the scholarship while the principal continuously grows. Current Endowed Scholarships:

THE SISTER MARY DENISE BERNAS SCHOLARSHIP THE POLESKI FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

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NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS – Scholarships can be established in honor or memory of an individual. Annual donations allow the scholarship to remain active. Active Named Scholarships:

THE SUSAN FAHEY SCHOLARSHIP THE ALISON J. MICHEL SCHOLARSHIP YOUTHTOWNE YOUNG SCHOLARS SCHOLARSHIP

EITC Businesses in the state of Pennsylvania can reallocate money from their state taxes to financial aid at OLSH. The Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program allows businesses to receive a 90% tax credit (if donating for two consecutive years), and families at OLSH receive tuition assistance. We extend a special thanks to the following companies who donated to OLSH tuition assistance via the Scholastic Opportunity Scholarship, the Bishop’s Education Fund, The Bridge Foundation, and Bravo Foundation through EITC during the 2012-2013 school year:

COPELAND FUNERAL AND CREMATION SERVICES GREATER PITTSBURGH SURGICAL ALLIANCE, PC JIAN STRATEGIC MARKETING QUAKER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORPORATION ROHRICH AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

TUITION ASSISTANCE FUND – Tuition Assistance represents a vital component of OLSH Advancement efforts. Gifts to this program enabled 40% of OLSH families to receive financial aid.

ANONYMOUS FELICIAN SISTERS OF NORTH AMERICA

This year. the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School Scholarship Organization was established, providing local businesses the opportunity to point their donations directly to OLSH, with 100% of the funds donated going to the students. Several new businesses have partnered with OLSH, taking advantage of this outstanding opportunity from the State of Pennsylvania and providing needed assistance to our students. Thank you to our new partners, whose contributions will support tuition assistance for the 2013-2014 school year and who will be recognized for the amount of their contributions in next year’s Advancement Review.

“When do you get a real chance to improve a life, a future and the community while helping your business, your employer, or your friends save big money?”

ALLEGRA PRINT ALLOY OXYGEN WELDING SUPPLY CO. INC. DT GRUELL‑E IMAGE 360 REDDINGER, WIL, GALLAGHER AND DICKERT WADE HEATING & COOLING

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Our Partners in Mission The President’s Leadership Council Established in 2008, OLSH’s leadership giving societies enroll those members of the OLSH community whose generosity includes gifts of $1,000 or more during the fiscal year. These benefactors have demonstrated a strong commitment to the mission of OLSH and have helped to ensure the legacy of a tranformational OLSH education. We are extremely grateful for the generosity of the members of the 2012-2013 President’s Leadership Council.

LEADERS IN MISSION $25,000+ Anonymous (2) Dr. Paul and Nancy Collier Copeland Funeral and Cremation Service Felician Sisters of North America St. Francis Fund of Felician Services Inc. Kathryn J. DiNardo Fund Maronda Foundation

FELICIAN SISTERS SOCIETY $24,999 - $10,000 Bravo Foundation Tony J. Ciampitti '90 Rick and Lisa Platt Rohrich Automotive Group

LEADERSHIP SOCIETIES Leaders in Mission $25,000+ Felician Sisters Society $24,999 - $10,000 St. Felix Society $9,999 - $5,000 St. Francis Society $4,999 - $2,500 President's Society $2,499 - $1,000 Young Alumni Society $250+ *Young Alumni (‘97 to present) who contribute $250 or more are included as members of the President’s Leadership Council.

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ST. FELIX SOCIETY $9,999 - $5,000 Anonymous (2) Clearview Federal Credit Union Michael Meisberger '82 Quaker Capital Management Corporation Mr. James Rooney Thaddeus and Deborah Swick Tudi Mechanical Systems ST. FRANCIS SOCIETY $4,999 - $2,500 First Niagara Bank Kate M. Kelley Foundation S. Clayton and Heather Saftner Dr. Tom and Patty Schauble PRESIDENT'S SOCIETY $2,499 - $1,000 Alloy Oxygen Welding Supply Co. Inc. Sr. M. Faith Balawejder George and Cindy Bayer Dan and Tammy DeStefano, Jr. Terry O'Rourke Donoghue Felician Services Inc Rege and Libbie Flaherty

Roger and Diana Froats Giant Eagle, Inc Kevin and Jennifer Goliwas Harry and Mary Ellen Giglio H.J. Heinz Company Foundation Independent Settlement Services, LLC Karie Jarvis Jian Strategic Marketing Rick and Cheryl Karashin Mr. and Mrs. William Kassling Sr. M. Alexander Klawinski Bryan and Donna LaBuda Carol LeDonne Sr. M. Thaddeus Markelewicz Mike and Susan McDonald Moon Township Ford Sr. Christine Marie Nizialek Tim Plocinik and Cindy Loughman Jennifer Reilly-McCardell '92 Mike and Deborah Rodriguez Kirsten and Tony Schatzel Bernadine Skraba Sota Construction Services, Inc. William S. Stickman IV, Esq. '98 Three Rivers Endoscopy Center Dr. Manuel and Susan Vallejo, Jr.

Andrea D. White, EdD Colin '92 and Marie '95 Wrabley Christian and Noleen Zernich John and Melinda Ziegler Tina Zottola '86

YOUNG ALUMNI SOCIETY $250+ Jillian Babish '07 Megan Katic '06 Kirsten Ott '07

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Our Partners in Mission (cont’d) These pages contain a comprehensive listing of all gifts received by Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School beginning July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013. This report allows us to thank this extraordinary group of contributors in a public way. We are grateful to all who participate in the life of OLSH by financially and spiritually supporting our students.

RECOGNITION SOCIETIES Leaders in Mission $25,000+ Felician Sisters Society $24,999 - $10,000 St. Felix Society $9,999 - $5,000 St. Francis Society $4,999 - $2,500 President’s Society $2,499 - $1000 Young Alumni Society $250+ *Young Alumni (‘97 to present) who contribute $250 or more are included as members of the President’s Leadership Council

1932 Club $999 - $500 Charger Club $499 - $250 Legacy Club $249 - $100 Purple & Gold Club $99 - $50

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1932 CLUB $999 - $500 Aetna Foundation, Inc. Michael '96 and Jessica Cerchiaro Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Felton Patrick and Victoria Garbinsky Ron and Debra Hammel David and Sandra Hess Jeremiah and Michelle Lyons Eileen C. Paul '62 Julie Polletta '86 Nick and Emily Soonthornchai Mary Trimmer '70

Dr. Samuel Urick, III '99 Thomas and Maryann (Ruszala) '68 Wood Joann and Thomas Zagorski CHARGER CLUB $499 - $250 Sean P. Bannon '90 Katie Bartus Valerie Bayer Rev. Harry R. Bielewicz '78 Arlan and Rosemarie (Weakland) '63 Blyler

Theresa R. Boltey '91 Patricia Buck Joseph and Donna Cerchiaro Drs. Stacey Hinderleiter '75 and James Clark Fr. Richard Conboy + Jeffrey Conlantoni '88 Gary and Barbara Cummings Greg DiPerna Michael and Rose Donohue Karen Egerer '67 Nancy J. Foster '68 Lori Ann Gleason '78 John Iurlano

Robert and Chris Kocent Theresa Long '86 Looking For Moon Pies, Inc Michael A. Miller Dan and Cathy Neubert Edward and Judith Neville G.D. Praskovich Family Jim and Krista Salera Sanofi-Aventis Sherpa Software Group, LP Sisters of St. Joseph David and Theresa Suehr Carolyn (Clews) M. Thomas '63 Jeff Thomas Ken Tustin '77 Bishop William J. Winter LEGACY CLUB $249 - $100 Mary Ann Adams Richard, Loretta, Rachael '07, and Brandon '11 Adams Kristofer and Elizabeth Andrzejewski Juanita Augustine '62 Dr. & Mrs. Walter Baker Jerry and Koren Boeh Bob and Peggy Brasko Beth (Rothermuna) Cameron '86 Gary and Barbara Carmichael Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Cejer Michael and Sharon Cercone


Nathan Chesky '01 Jason and Melissa (Hober) '89 Clark Confraternity of Christian Mothers of St. Titus Edward S. Coyle, III Dan and Ruth Darragh Valentine and Valerie De Pace Anthony and Rosanna '78 DeSalle Crescenzo and Marisa '76 DiBello Danielle DiBenedetto '95 Janet Tkach DiCenzo '65 Anthony Dutzik '86 Jaymie Farino '02 Norma Fazio Maureen (Murphy) Faulkner '59 Rita Bernas Finn '59 Sylvia P. Fitzhenry '55 Eric and Kathryn '96 Fogle Steven P. Franckhauser Steven and Lisa Frank Jack and Cathy Frischkorn Larry Furey John and Susan Gallagher Katelyn Gilroy Christine M. Glatz '78 Ruth and Allan Gross Rob and Val Harrison Monica L. Haskins '68 Terry and Suzanne Hays The Hillman Company

Jack and Margie Hinds Charmaine Holt and Andy Wilkinson Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Homer Estelle Hrabak '74 Karen Hugney Jeffrey D. Hulbert Mark and Nancy Jarocki Mrs. Monica (Kowal) Jones '58 Rev. Richard Jones Tim Kapela Scott and Liz Kayser Eric and MaryAnne Kilburg Chris and Mary King Keith and Cindy Kristek Daralyn Klam Stasia (Kogut) Konkel '58 Erin Kregar Kim and Edward Kuchtjak Carolyn (Grogan) Lancione '46 + Kevin and Maureen Lander Robert and Loretta Lang Sandy (McCoy) Lang '75 Mr. & Mrs. James Latella Charles and Cynthia LeClaire Heather L. Lego '91 Matt '96 and Samantha (Kristek) '02 Lesak Diane Liberto Loretta Thomas Mangin '64 Dolores Manuel Beth Markovitz

Douglas and Angela Marvin Peter and Linda Masciantonio Edward L. Mazur '92 Philip S. McCarren Susan McCoy '73 Ms. H. Patricia McDonald Melanie S. (Pachuta) McLaurin '91 Courtney Melgares Merlyn Kennels Susan Y. Meurer Christopher Michel '98 Mr. & Mrs. Livio Michelone John A. Mihaloew Scott A. Miller '78 Brian W. Molka Terence Moore, MD Mary P. Murray, Esq. '88 Matthew C. Murphey Adrian Nelson '73 Stephanie Nese Judith (Savatt) Nicolo '68 Claudia Pikel Nordling '76 Jason and Julie Osekowski Diane and Michael Ott Ryan M. Ott ‘09 David Parks Nial and Pam Pashke Christine (Kowal) Pessolano '60 Jean '54 and Bernard Peterson Eileen Pigeon '59 Robert M. Pilewski, MD Rita Pitassi '79

Joy Black Plowman '57 PNC Foundation Matching Gift Center Anna and Bob Podomnik Fred and Lucille Polesky Jim and Wendy Porter Mallory Praskovich '07 Ed and Karen Quigley Kathy Raley Quinnan '64 Heather M. Reilly ‘97 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Reilly

Meredith Rieseck-Terracio Dennis and Diane Ritter Ed and Sue Ritter Fr. Michael Roche '96 Mercedes (Motkowski) Rogers '59 John and Patricia Roseto John and Donna Rosser

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Our Partners in Mission (cont’d) Joan Corso Rossi '60 Melissa Rossiter '91 Tony and Darlene Schaukowitch Maria Scicchitano '55 Christine Sickle '67 Al and Lori Sobolosky Maureen A. Steuernagel Timothy and Pamela Stewart Terry Anne (Bauer) Suchma '64 Donna J. Studeny Carl and Erin '07 Stuvek Tim and Michelle (DiCicco) '88 Sullivan Adam Szabat '06 Mary F. (Malinowski) Tanenbaum '77 Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Thomas Rev. Edward J. Trzeciakowski Ron Tustin '80 John and Regina Vescio Bryce A. Walat '93 Luke and Carla Waszyn Diane Wells Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program Tome Wiese Frank and Esther Wilhelm John and Beverly Woessner Pete and Karen Wojtechko Rev. Michael Yaksick '86 George L. Yaksick, Jr., Esq. '82 Carol Corsetti Zeitler Michael V. Ziemski

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PURPLE & GOLD CLUB $99 - $50 Anonymous Al and Pat Bannon Haley (Hinds) Barran '04 Sam and Jean Belli Matthew Brind'Amour '01 Sr. M. Andrew Budinski '60 Brian J. Canny '02 Joseph and Nancy Carlini Judy Guaragno Conley '67 Brandi (Wynkoop) Coyle '02 Deborah Dearman Barbara and Bob Desman Panfilo DiCenzo Doreen DiNello '05 Barry and Lisa Duerr

Danette and Todd Duncan '86 Jennifer Epps Bill and Cheryl '75 FairBairn Ronald and Susan Ferrie Stephen J. Fischer '76 Joseph Fisher Mr. & Mrs. John A. French, Jr. Timothy and Karen Gehring Steve and Loretta Gerko Thomas '92 and Marianne Goodwin Thomas and Colleen Gulish Mr. & Mrs. Gregg Hart Seamus Hennessey '74 Linda Herbert '69

Sr. M. Francine Horos '68 Anita Iurlano Ramesh V. Iyengar Amy Johnson '05 Donna Johnston McCabe '72 Mr. & Mrs. Stanton Kayser Maureen Kazmierczyk Janet M. Kerlin '79 Richard and Susan Kim Kara '92 and Mark Klauss Sr. Virginia Marie Klonowski '59 Carol M. Koch Matthew E. Kopyar Eugene and Clara Kopyar Kathleen Kuremsky Craig Kwasniewski '93 Eileen Landucci

Kerri Langer '89 Therese McCullough Linnon '94 Rose Ann Lorenzo '65 Douglas and Carol MacPhail Leslie Mainville Mr. & Mrs. John B. Manzella Andrea Marie Mastro '62 Amy Maxin Matthew McGrath '94 Timothy and Deborah Metcalf Kevin and Cynthia Meurer August and Sharon Mezzio John Mihalsky Carmelo Monge '89 Thomas Moore Gregory and Pam Muha Virginia Mussomeli '65 Marjorie Nalesnick '65 John A. Ott '94 Bill and Bonnie Ottaviani Carol and James Ozimek Richard and Phyllis Pacella Chris Papapietro '73 Sam T. Patterson '92 Frank and Elizabeth Pendel The Petrella Family Bill and Tina (Maggi) '78 Petro Eric Phillis '05 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pitassi '81 Bernard and Janet Rattay Frank and Diane Rattay Richard Rattay Mr. & Mrs. Adam S. Roginski Kenneth and Emilia Santucci Thomas and Lora Schorr


Thomas Beth Seamon Carol Devine Sery '64 Charles and Elva Sharpic Walter '75 and Gayle Sklarsky Gerard and Colleen Skvarca Larry and Joan '64 Smith John and Susan Stoehr Rabbi Ronald Symons Mr. & Mrs. William Tapler Raymond and Dolores '54 Taylor Paula Tomchak Amy Lynn Turnbull Christine and Kevin Walsh Dave and Karen Wasil Morton S. Wintner, DMD Wayne and Julie Withrow Jim and Marianne Zahren Tony and Charlotte Zalewsky SUPPORTERS $49 - $1 Anonymous Thomas and Donna Adams Cheryl D. Fetterman Allison '70 Richelle (DiVito) Arlia '91 Hassan and Wendy Balouch Louis and Tammy Belloma Val Berardi Margaret A. Berckmiller Robin Bolea '01 Barbara Boniker Regina M. Brehany Judy A. Burroughs Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Capone

Michael A. Cercone '07 Mr. & Mrs. David G. Cherpak J.J. and Della Chieski Phyllis Chvostal Felicia L. Cianciarulo, PhD '80 Christine Yakima Ciccone '67 Sara M. Ciesielski '08 Catherine Cochran Julia and Timothy Cornetti Barbara Costa Janet M. Cummings Judith Daum '69 David and Jeannie Dawgiello Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeNardis Nancy and Dennis DiMartini Kathleen Donovan Georgene Rado Doversberger '65 Maureen R. Doyle Mary Margaret Falleroni Kevin M. Fitzpatrick '10 Beverly M. Flaherty '05 Gary and Maria Flasco Brianna Flasco '09 Jennifer Forth '96 Fred C. Frender Nancy and Daniel Gaffney Ralph and Deidre Gallagher David and Diane Gaupp Marsha Giglio '63 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gleason GoodSearch Nancy and Thomas Hewitt Erica Flasco Hollabaugh '04 Rebecca Grab Holland '93

Robin L. Houck '78 Margaret Howe Sr. M. Sharon Iacobucci '62 Mr. & Mrs. Joe Ihnat James and Joann Jabour Lisa (Dougan) Jaczesko '00 Leslie Jancart Lawrence and Margaret Jones Joan M. Kao, DMD, MDS Jeffery and Julie Kastelic The Kenderski Family Nancy B. Kenny John Kevish Joseph '02 and Richelle Klug Deborah and John Kohser Anna Marie Krummenacker Bethany Kurina-Marek '03 and Michael Marek Michael and Carol Kushner Bryan R. Kyper '08 Arlene LeClaire-Hanlon Dennis and Sharon Lindey Mr. & Mrs. Louis B. Luchini Sr. M. DeLourdes Macurak '57 Marie and Allan Magnelli Terry and Elaine Malley Mary Basile Mauk '56 Conor McGarvey Janet McGervey Sr. M. Mildred Moroz '40 Robert Morris Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Terrence Neary Gregory Ott '12 Harry and Sandra Paclawski

Matching Gifts Many businesses and corporations will match the amount of a donation made by a current or retired employee, increasing the value of a gift dramatically. Thank you to the companies listed below that matched donations to OLSH. Please check with your employer to see if your company will match your donations either in cash gifts or gifts in kind.

BNY MELLON THE HILLMAN COMPANY H.J. HEINZ COMPANY FOUNDATION PNC FOUNDATION SANOFI-AVENTIS SHERPA SOFTWARE GROUP, LP WELLS FARGO FOUNDATION

Volunteer Grants In addition to matching personal charitable contributions, many companies are now offering volunteer grants. The program will make a grant to any eligible organizations at which an employee or retiree volunteers a certain number of hours each year. Thank you to the following company that awarded volunteer grants to OLSH:

AETNA FOUNDATION, INC.

Verizon Project Management Group Elaine Pifer '78 Marie A. Reilly Mr. & Mrs. Walter Roman Karen Runtich Mr. & Mrs. Vince Schrader Paul and Julia Sciullo Jessica L. Sellman '02

Sr. M. Michelle Shuda '57 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Sobolosky Sr. M. Naomi Suba '63 Robyn Lee Thomas '91 Mary Helen Wears '78 Gerard and Peggy Wrabley + Denotes deceased constituents

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Alumni Giving OLSH Alumni Make a Difference Alumni form the foundation of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School’s 80 year legacy. OLSH alumni make a difference in the world daily, and many have made the choice to make a difference at their alma mater. With alumni partnership, OLSH continues the tradition of faith and service, and excellence in academics, arts and athletics that over 3,000 graduates have experienced. Alumni gifts of all sizes make a difference at OLSH, with each gift helping to ensure that excellence continues to define the OLSH experience. This year, the newly formed Alumni Council issued a Challenge to inspire fellow alumni to participate in The OLSH Fund. In addition to recognition in this publication, the OLSH Class of 1978 will be recognized at OLSH Homecoming in the fall for having the largest number of participants during the 2012-2013 OLSH Fund. Each year OLSH will recognize classes for their participation and commitment to the legacy of OLSH – past, present and future.

HONARARY ALUMNI Sr. M. Alexander Klawinski CLASS OF 1940 Sr. M. Mildred Moroz CLASS OF 1946 Carolyn (Grogan) Lancione + CLASS OF 1954 Jean and Bernard Peterson Raymond and Dolores Taylor CLASS OF 1955 Anonymous Sylvia P. Fitzhenry Maria Scicchitano CLASS OF 1956 Mary Basile Mauk

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CLASS OF 1957 Joy Black Plowman Sr. M. DeLourdes Macurak Sr. M. Michelle Shuda CLASS OF 1958 Mrs. Monica (Kowal) Jones Stasia (Kogut) Konkel CLASS OF 1959 Maureen (Murphy) Faulkner Rita Bernas Finn Sr. Virginia Marie Klonowski Eileen Pigeon Mercedes (Motkowski) Rogers CLASS OF 1960 Sr. M. Andrew Budinski Christine (Kowal) Pessolano Joan Corso Rossi


CLASS OF 1962 Juanita Augustine Sr. M. Sharon Iacobucci Andrea Marie Mastro Eileen C. Paul

Monica L. Haskins Sr. M. Francine Horos Judith (Savatt) Nicolo Thomas and Maryann (Ruszala) Wood

CLASS OF 1963 Arlan and Rosemarie (Weakland) Blyler Marsha Giglio Sr. M. Naomi Suba Carolyn (Clews) M. Thomas

CLASS OF 1969 Judith Daum Linda Herbert

CLASS OF 1964 Loretta Thomas Mangin Kathy Raley Quinnan Carol Devine Sery Larry and Joan Smith Terry Anne (Bauer) Suchma CLASS OF 1965 Janet Tkach DiCenzo Georgene Rado Doversberger Rose Ann Lorenzo Virginia Mussomeli Marjorie Nalesnick

CLASS OF 1970 Cheryl D. Fetterman Allison Mary Trimmer CLASS OF 1972 Donna Johnston McCabe '72 CLASS OF 1973 Susan McCoy Adrian Nelson Chris Papapietro CLASS OF 1974 Seamus Hennessey Estelle Hrabak

CLASS OF 1967 Christine Yakima Ciccone Judy Guaragno Conley Karen Egerer Christine Sickle

CLASS OF 1975 Drs. Stacey Hinderleiter and James Clark Bill and Cheryl FairBairn Sandy (McCoy) Lang Walter and Gayle Sklarsky

CLASS OF 1968 Nancy J. Foster

CLASS OF 1976 Crescenzo and Marisa DiBello

Stephen J. Fischer Claudia Pikel Nordling CLASS OF 1977 Mary F. (Malinowski) Tanenbaum Ken Tustin

Top Ten Classes

By Number of Participants in the OLSH Fund

Class of 1978: 9 Class of 1986: 8 Class of 1991: 6 Class of 1992: 6 Class of 2002: 6 Class of 2007: 6 Class of 1959: 5 Class of 1964: 5 Class of 1965: 5 Class of 1968: 5 Class of 1996: 5

CLASS OF 1978 Rev. Harry R. Bielewicz Anthony and Rosanna DeSalle Christine M. Glatz Lori Ann Gleason Robin L. Houck Scott A. Miller Bill and Tina (Maggi) Petro Elaine Pifer Mary Helen Wears CLASS OF 1979 Janet M. Kerlin Rita Pitassi CLASS OF 1980 Felicia L. Cianciarulo, PhD Ron Tustin CLASS OF 1981 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pitassi CLASS OF 1982 Michael Meisberger George L. Yaksick, Jr., Esq.

CLASS OF 1984 Anonymous CLASS OF 1985 Larry and Rosemary ‘74 Romboski CLASS OF 1986 Beth (Rothermuna) Cameron Danette and Todd Duncan Anthony Dutzik Theresa Long Julie Polletta

Carla (Wincalow) Wissner Rev. Michael Yaksick Tina Zottola CLASS OF 1988 Jeffrey Conlantoni Mary P. Murray, Esq. Tim and Michelle (DiCicco) Sullivan

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Alumni Giving (cont’d) CLASS OF 1989 Jason and Melissa (Hober) Clark Kerri Langer Carmelo Monge CLASS OF 1990 Sean P. Bannon Tony J. Ciampitti CLASS OF 1991 Richelle (DiVito) Arlia Theresa R. Boltey Heather L. Lego Melanie S. (Pachuta) McLaurin Melissa Rossiter Robyn Lee Thomas CLASS OF 1992 Thomas and Marianne Goodwin Kara and Mark Klauss Edward L. Mazur Jennifer Reilly-McCardell Sam T. Patterson Colin and Marie Wrabley CLASS OF 1993 Rebecca Grab Holland Craig Kwasniewski Bryce A. Walat CLASS OF 1994 Therese McCullough Linnon Matthew McGrath John A. Ott

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CLASS OF 1995 Danielle DiBenedetto Colin and Marie Wrabley CLASS OF 1996 Michael '96 and Jessica Cerchiaro Eric and Kathryn Fogle Jennifer Forth Matt and Samantha (Kristek) Lesak Fr. Michael Roche CLASS OF 1997 Heather M. Reilly CLASS OF 1998 Christopher Michel William S. Stickman IV, Esq. CLASS OF 1999 Samuel Urick, III, DO CLASS OF 2000 Lisa (Dougan) Jaczesko CLASS OF 2001 Robin Bolea Matthew Brind'Amour Nathan Chesky CLASS OF 2002 Brian J. Canny Brandi (Wynkoop) Coyle Jaymie Farino Joseph and Richelle Klug

Matt and Samantha (Kristek) Lesak Jessica L. Sellman CLASS OF 2003 Bethany Kurina-Marek and Michael Marek CLASS OF 2004 Haley (Hinds) Barran Erica Flasco Hollabaugh CLASS OF 2005 Doreen DiNello Beverly M. Flaherty Amy Johnson Eric Phillis CLASS OF 2006 Megan Katic Adam Szabat CLASS OF 2007 Richard, Loretta, Rachael, and Brandon Adams Jillian Babish Michael A. Cercone Kirsten Ott Mallory Praskovich Carl and Erin Stuvek

CLASS OF 2008 Sara M. Ciesielski Bryan R. Kyper CLASS OF 2009 Brianna Flasco Ryan M. Ott CLASS OF 2010 Kevin M. Fitzpatrick CLASS OF 2011 Richard, Loretta, Rachael, and Brandon Adams CLASS OF 2012 Gregory Ott + Denotes deceased constituents


Blessed Angela Society The Blessed Angela Society was created to honor the individuals who have shown uncommon commitment to OLSH through planned giving. Individuals or foundations are eligible for membership in the Blessed Angela Society if they choose OLSH to be the recipient of gifts when they become available in the future by way of various occurrences; for example, through a retirement plan, IRA, or life insurance policy. Planned giving builds the endowment fund for the school; therefore the donor is supporting tuition assistance, faculty support, and the expansion of academic and extracurricular activities. The success of the endowment fund ensures continued and increased vitality of OLSH from one generation to the next. Without such gracious benefactors, the long future that is paved ahead of OLSH would not be as secure. 

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ANTHONY AND JOSEPHINE ‘48 BILLOTTI + FRANK AND ROSEMARY HELDERLE MR. & MRS. DOUGLAS MARVIN DR. & MRS. DAVID SCHAUB HAROLD J. STOLL + DONNA J. STUDENY RON & CATHY TISCH RONALD TRUSKOWSKI THOMAS AND MARYANN ‘68 WOOD Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska, the foundress of the Felician Sisters, had a deep love and devotion to God, the Blessed Mother, and serving God’s people. As a young girl, she was inspired to care for the poor and underprivileged and committed her life to serving the poor and marginalized, first as a lay person, and later in creating a new religious community. The Sisters of St. Felix of Canatalice, or Felician Sisters as we know them, is a community founded on the values and ideals of St .Francis and the active-contemplative model of St. Felix of Cantalice. Those members of the Blessed Angela Society allow OLSH to continue in Blessed Angela’s mission to “serve Him with a joyful heart.”

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In Memorium

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The following reflects all monetary contributions made to OLSH in memory of others. JAMES G. ADAMS, JR. Mary Ann Adams

BERTHA FRANCES (PRETKO) CLEWS Carolyn (Clews) M. Thomas ‘63

CHRISTINE ARMSTRONG Mr. & Mrs. Gary Carmichael

FRANK L. CORSETTI Ken and Sharon Dorman & Family

RONALD BARTUS Esther Wilhelm

JANICE CROSSEY ‘80 Linda Herbert ‘69

VICTORIA BAUER ‘68 Terry Anne (Bauer) Suchma ‘64

PATRICIA CROSSEY ‘77 Linda Herbert ‘69

THOMAS J. BAYER Valerie Bayer

SR. MARY CECILIA CUNNINGHAM Joan Corso Rossi ‘60

ARI B. BEEDLE Your OLSH Family

WALTER AND LOUISE DAME The Dame Family

SYLVIA BETZ Pamela Roberts

MARY GALLAGHER DIETRICH ‘86 Ms. Eileen Landucci

TWYLA BRASKO Bob and Peggy Brasko

DANIEL DIXON Colin ‘92 and Marie ‘95 Wrabley

EDWARD E. BRETCH Ken and Sharon Dorman & Family

GRACE DONNELLAN Andrea D. White, EdD

THEODORE AND ROSE BRONISZEWSKI Adrian Nelson ‘73

TIMOTHY M. DONOGHUE Terry O’Rourke Donoghue

PAUL AND FLORENCE BUDINSKI Sr. M. Andrew Budinski ‘60

AGNES DOUGHERTY Ken and Sharon Dorman

CHARLES BURNETT Christopher C. Burnett

SR. M. WILLIAM DUGAN ‘60 The McKim & Schmuck Families

JIM AND PATTY BURNS Jim and Diane Burns

SUSAN FAHEY Craig Kwasniewski ‘93

LORI WYDRA-BUZONAS The OLSH Baseball Team Your OLSH Family

FOGE FAZIO Norma Fazio

ROSEMARIE (FERCHAK) CAHALAN Ken and Sharon Dorman & Family JONATHAN CALB Maureen Steuernagel & Family DR. WAYNE CESSNA Walter ’75 and Gayle Sklarsky

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SR. MARY DULCIA FLIS ‘43 Eileen Pigeon ‘59 JEFF FROMLAK Theresa Long DAN GALIDA Maria Iyengar


BILL GARRETT Maureen Steuernagel The OLSH Community

EVELYN AND WILLIAM HUTCHISON Mr. William Miley

THE DECEASED MEMBERS OF THE GROGAN AND LANCIONE FAMILIES Carolyn (Grogan) Lancione ‘46 +

JACKIE AND MAC IGNACIO Donna Johnston McCabe ‘72

MARY MARTHA GRUBER Ken and Sharon Dorman & Family JOHN PAUL GRUBER Ken and Sharon Dorman & Family BR. RICHARD GRZESKIEWICZ, FSC The OLSH Community SUSAN HALEY ‘60 Timothy and Deborah Metcalf ADRIANNA HAGERTY The OLSH Business Office The OLSH Advancement Office RYAN HEITZENRATER Joe Line The OLSH Community ROB HERNIMAN Cheryl Karashin ANNE HREBENAK Maria Iyengar JOSEPH HREBENAK Maria Iyengar The Iyengar Family ANNA HREBENAK Maria Iyengar Maria, Luke ‘12 & Anita Iyengar IRENE HREBENAK Maria Iyengar MR. & MRS. LEON HUNDENSKI Raymond and Dolores ‘54 Taylor JOHN HUSTAK Maria Iyengar

STEPHANIE KAPELA Valerie Kapela Zanotti ‘82 EDWARD AND BERNADINE KELLY Rosemary Kelly Helderle ‘67 SR. MARY DAVID KRASOWSKI ‘38 Christine (Kowal) Pessolano ‘60 JOHN M. KROSTYNE Michael ’96 and Jessica Cerchiaro SR. M. FABIAN LAKOMY Caroline Lakomy ALBERT LASER The Iyengar Family JACQUELINE LEAYCRAFT ‘57 Mary Margaret Falleroni JEROME LEDONNE Barbara Boniker Deborah Dearman Jennifer Epps Carol LeDonne Dennis and Sharon Lindey Verizon Project Management Group Bernard and Janet Rattay Frank and Diane Rattay Paul and Julia Sciullo John and Susan Stoehr DAVID J. LEMMON Kerri Langer ‘89 SR. CARMELITA LUCZYNSKA John and Donna Rosser BILL MADONNA Karen Tomcik

JEAN MAGGIO Vincent Maggio Val Berardi Mr. & Mrs. David G. Cherpak Mr. Nathan Chesky ‘01 J.J. and Della Chieski Barbara Costa Chris Crytzer Judith Dushack Joseph Fisher Heather R. Frenz William James, Jr. Anna Lucchino Janet McGervey Mr. Vincent Maggio Cathryn Mosimann Lyndia Stauffer Paula Tomchak Trinity Episcopal School Kay Snyder

ELEANOR PAUL ‘62 Eileen C. Paul ‘62

HELEN SULLIVAN Fr. Michael Yaksick ‘86 & Family

SR. JULIANNE PILEWSKI ‘40 Robert M. Pilewski, MD

TERRI TAKERER The Neary, Gilligan, and Cochran Families

JENNIFER (BALDESBERGER) MATTHEWS ‘91 Heather L. Lego ‘91

WILLIAM B. “RIP” SCHERER The OLSH Community

PATRICK K. MCCARREN Phil McCarren KELLI MCGRATH ‘91 Heather L. Lego ‘91 GERALDINE C. MEYERS Ken and Sharon Dorman & Family DEANDRE MOON The OLSH Community ETHEL MUNDY Maria Young CATHERINE MUSTA ‘60 Timothy and Deborah Metcalf MR. AND MRS. J. NALESNICK Marjorie Nalesnick ‘65 MY PARENTS Maria Scicchitano ‘55

JACOB ANDREW POWELL-KERR The OLSH Community DOLLY PRASKOVICH Ms. Mallory Praskovich ‘07 VINCENT JAMES RICUPERO Michael ’96 and Jessica Cerchiaro PATRICIA RITTER Dennis and Diane Ritter NATCHA RUBERTO Antonio and Sandy Torchia Torchia and Neubert Families MARGIE SAVATT Rado Doversberger ‘65

JACK SCHIMMEL Michael ‘96 and Jessica Cerchiaro MR. ANTONIO SCIULLI OLSH Family & Friends BRIAN SHEMENSKI Jerry, Koren and Taylar Boeh IRMA H. PENTLAND SMITH Christine Plucinski-Glatz ‘78 PATRICIA MARIE SOBOLEWSKI ‘55 Mary Margaret Falleroni DIANE MARIE SOT Judith Daum ‘69

ROSE AND JOHN TORCHIA Dan and Cathy T. Neubert CURTIS TRAVERS Maria Young ‘94 JOSEPHINE MARIE TRIMMER Mary Trimmer RAY TUSTIN Ken Tustin ‘77 Sanofi-Aventis THE VICTIMS IN NEWTOWN, CONNECTICUT Morton S. Wintner, DMD DARIUS WALAT Bryce A. Walat ‘93 ROSE AND RALPH WEAKLAND Arlan and Rosemarie (Weakland) ‘63 Blyler DARLINE N. WELLS Mr. & Mrs. Tim and Christine Glatz STANLEY AND GENEVIEVEMEMOR WOJTKOWSKI Jane Lucci ‘54 MR. BILL WOLF Mr. & Mrs. James Jabour LUCINDA ZILNER Your OLSH Family

FRANK STOFFELLA Dr. James Gardner RHONDA LEE SUEHR The OLSH Family

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The following reflects all monetary contributions made to OLSH in honor of others.

BRANDON ADAMS ‘11 Richard and Loretta Adams

RAY HUDDAS Maria Iyengar

COLLIN NEVILLE ‘16 Edward and Judith Neville

RACHAEL ADAMS ‘07 Richard and Loretta Adams

ANTHONY O. HUGNEY Karen Hugney

MIKAYLA NEVILLE ‘13 Edward and Judith Neville

RYDER BALLOU ‘15 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth P. Homer

JEFF HYLE AND KIM RIDDILE & FAMILY Keith & Maureen Steuernagel

OLSH ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY AND STAFF Ramesh V. Iyengar

JILLIAN IURLANO ‘13 Anita Iurlano John Iurlano

OLSH CLASS OF 2013 Your OLSH Family

C.J. BENZINGER ‘15 Ruth and Allan Gross TAYLAR BOEH ‘14 Jerry and Koren Boeh BLAZE CAMPBELL Your OLSH Family MARLENE CUMMINGS Keith Steuernagel SR. MARY BENTIA DEPACE ‘53 Valentine and Valerie De Pace RODDY DERAMO Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Wilhelm ELLEN DIMARTINI ‘13 Anita Iurlano TERRY O’ROURKE DONOGHUE Maureen Steuernagel ALEXANDRA ‘08 AND NICHOLAS ‘10 FROATS Diana and Roger Froats KAELA GIMON Maria, Luke ‘12 & Anita Iyengar FR. FREDERICK GRUBER Ken and Sharon Dorman & Family TERRY HAYES Paul and Alice Reinsel SR. MARY FRANCINE HOROS ‘68 Thomas and Maryann (Ruszala) ‘68 Wood HELEN HOWE Ed and Jean Harkins ANDREA HUDDAS Maria Iyengar

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DEB JOHNSON Maria Iyengar JUDY KACIK Maria Iyengar MAUREEN KAMERER Jane Geronime JAWNI R. KAZMIERCZYK Maureen Kazmierczyk

EMMA OROS ‘13 Sam and Jean Belli SARA OROS ‘16 Sam and Jean Belli JILL PARAGI Maria, Luke & Anita Iyengar STELLA AND LOUIS PIETRZAK Brabara Pietrzak Bzura ‘65

FRAN KLOBCHAR Maria Iyengar

EDWARD AND ELEANOR PLUCINSKI Christine M. Glatz ‘78

THOMAS KOCIS Maria Iyengar

TERESA POLOKA Christine Plucinski-Glatz

DOROTHY KOZLOWSKI Mary C. Praskovich

NANCY & MARILYN PSENICK Keith Steuernagel

ELEANOR KULKA Maria, Luke ‘12 & Anita Iyengar

FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS AT SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL The OLSH Community

MARGE LAUTENSCHLAGER Maria, Luke ‘12 & Anita Iyengar SAM LOFASO Terry O’Rourke Donoghue and The OLSH Community JACK MIHALOEW Eric and Kathryn ‘96 Fogle Manuel and Susan Vallejo, Jr.

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In Honor

SR. MARY DORTHY SAUKAITIS ‘47 Stasia (Kogut) Konkel ‘58 THE FAMILY OF SR. PULCHERIA SAUKAITIS Sr. M. Pulcheria Saukaitis ‘39

BONNIE NEUBAUER Keith Steuernagel

MIKE AND ELIZABETH SCHUSTER & FAMILY Your OLSH Family

THE NEVILLE FAMILY Mr. & Mrs. John A. French, Jr.

JOHN SEKEL The Iyengar Family

NOAH SHAHEN ‘13 Fred C. Frender MARY SMALL The DeSalle Family GEORGE AND ELSIE TKACH Janet Tkach DiCenzo ‘65 JIM & ROSE TORCHIA Cathy Neubert DR. SAM URICK, III ‘99 AND NICHOLAS URICK, ESQ. ‘02 Thomasine Nardo

ESTHER WILHELM Your OLSH Family JOHN WOJTECHKO ‘14 Pete and Karen Wojtechko MATTHEW WOJTECHKO ‘16 Pete and Karen Wojtechko PETER WOJTECHKO ‘11 Pete and Karen Wojtechko JANE ZIETLER Keith Steuernagel


The Advancement Review is published by the Advancement Office of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School, Coraopolis, PA. Editor-in-Chief: Terry O’Rourke Donoghue, President; Managing Editor: Jessica Cerchiaro, Director of Communications & Constituent Relations; Contributing Editor: Cheryl L. Karashin; Data Analyst: Valerie Bayer, Advancement Operations Manager; opening spread photography provided by staff, family, and friends of OLSH; Photographer (unless otherwise noted): Harry Giglio of Harry Giglio Productions, Inc.; Graphic Designer: Michael J. Cerchiaro ’96. Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School extends a very special thank you to all individuals and businesses who appear on these pages. Our purpose is to gratefully recognize the generous gifts that the school has received this past fiscal year. It is nearly impossible to put together a detailed annual report without inadvertently making an error or omission. We sincerely apologize for any mistakes and if you should find an error, please bring it to our attention so that we can make proper corrections.

For additional information, please contact:

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