Highlights Spring/Summer 2012 V olume 43 â€˘ I ssue 1
Magazine Celebrating 93 years of tradition
Cathedral leads the way in educational transformation Total iPad integration for the 2012-2013 school year puts Cathedral students on the forefront of academic excellence.
a message from the president Dear Friend of Cathedral, I recently picked up a copy of the summer/fall edition of the Highlights. The picture on the cover is of Br. Chester Freel, Joe Dezelan, and me. Br. Chester is the Provincial Superior for the Congregation of Holy Cross, Midwest Province, and Joe Dezelan was in the final month of his service as chairman of Cathedral’s Board of Directors.
“… the school’s willingness to innovate, take risks and aspire to be an educational leader is also at the heart of the school’s success over all these years.”
That day in September marked the formal re-affiliation of Cathedral with the Congregation of Holy Cross and the Holy Cross Brothers. That reconnection with this religious order, the founding teachers and administrators of this remarkable school in 1918, has had a very positive impact on our faculty, staff, and our students during this school year. I am convinced that this reconnection with Holy Cross will be the accomplishment I will be most proud of as I leave Cathedral’s campus for the last time. Cathedral has been an incredible success since its founding and I am convinced that the school’s Holy Cross heritage, Holy Cross educational philosophy, and Holy Cross charisms largely explain this 94-year success story. I am also convinced that the school’s willingness to innovate, take risks, and aspire to be an educational leader is also at the heart of the school’s success over all these years. In this edition of the Highlights, you will read about Cathedral’s innovative push toward 21st century schooling and our move to a 1:1 technology environment.
Beginning in the fall of 2012, all freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will have an iPad. This will follow a 2011-12 school year during which each member of the teaching faculty worked with a MacBook and iPad2. Faculty members were engaged in an aggressive professional development program to prepare for using this new technology in the teaching-learning process. The classroom of tomorrow will look very different than the classroom of my high school experience of so many years ago. We are prepared to pursue the school’s vision of “being the model for all high schools as she (Cathedral) profoundly shapes the way students think, serve and lead.” So some things will never change... our Catholic faith tradition and our Holy Cross educational philosophy and Holy Cross value system. And some things will change as often as necessary to ensure that we are providing a holistic educational experience unmatched by any Catholic high school in the country. Thank you for your prayers and support that make this life-changing work possible. Respectfully,
Stephen J. Helmich President
Cathedral Trustees Board of Directors Incorporated 1972 Officers Steven J. Schaefer, ’70, Chairman Matthew A. Cohoat, ’78 David P. Lewis, Treasurer Colleen Spellacy Cline, ’83, Secretary Rev. William G. Munshower, ’50, Chaplain Stephen J. Helmich, President Mary C. Croswell, Asst. Secretary Members Mark D. Batties III, ’62 Rev. Patrick Beidelman, ’90 Michael R. Berghoff John I. Bradshaw Jr., ’48 William P. Brady, ’81 Christian T. Browning, ’93 Dennis W. Casey Vicki Christ Julia Crowe Joseph M. Dezelan, ’62, Brian J. Elson, ’84 Denise Farrell, Hon ’08 John S. Flynn, ’70 Glendys Moosbrugger Patrick J. O’Connor, ’70 Daniel J. O’Malia, ’65 Beth Petrucce-Hoeper Richard J. Pfleger, ’73 Clark G. Rehme, ’98 Carmen Hansen Rivera, SAA ’66 Cathleen Rooney Devin K. Schaffer, ’97 John D. Short, ’70 Brother Roy Smith, C.S.C., ’61 Hugh R. Sullivan, ’44 Victoria Schneider Temple, ’88 Joseph P. VandeBosche, ’80 Hon. Tanya Walton-Pratt, ’77 Robert V. Welch, ’84 Michael G. Welsh, M.D., ’73 Matthew W. Will Hon. Gerald S. Zore, ’59 Members Emeritus R. James Alerding, ’63 William T. Brady, ’49 John L. Davis, ’66 Paul P. Farrell, ’51 Joseph E. Quill, ’39 Spring/Summer 2012 • Volume 43, Issue 1 The Cathedral Highlights is published two times annually by Cathedral High School for alumni, parents, and friends. The publication address is: Cathedral High School 5225 E. 56th St. Indianapolis., IN 46226 Phone number: (317) 542-1481 Please send news to: Cathedral Highlights c/o Cathedral High School 5225 E. 56th Street Indianapolis, IN 46226
Volume 43 • Issue 1
Cathedral moves to 1:1 program
Transformational learning system in place for 2012-2013 school year. Page 6
Class of 2012 sets record achievement
Nearly $33 million in scholarships and awards, the most of any Cathedral graduating class in history. Page 24
Irish football state champs
Cathedral brings home backto-back state championships. Page 26
In each issue
President’s message................... 2 Principal’s message .................... 5 Holy Cross update .................... 33 Class notes ............................... 36 In Memorium............................. 45
in this issue In this issue, we focus on the introduction of the iPad 1:1 program here at Cathedral. The term, 1:1, refers to what is known as ‘anywhere, anytime’ education programs where each student has a computer tablet or laptop. Studies show that providing students with these tools help schools engage “the digital generation” by creating and customizing individual (or 1:1) learning experiences. At Cathedral, we saw this as critical for the future of our students who will live and work in a world very different than that of their parents. According to a white paper on “Learning in the 21st Century:”
Young Americans coming of age in this century—the 70 million people born between 1982 and 2000—live in a world that is dramatically more complex than it was just a few years ago. In a remarkably short period of time, the world and its people, economies, and cultures have become inextricably connected, driven largely by the Internet, innovations
in mobile computers and devices, and low-cost telecommunications technology. Today, information is readily available from numerous sources. With a computer, the Internet, and a search engine, much of the information students once spent the entire school year learning can be acquired in a fraction of the time or on an as-needed basis. These technology innovations democratize information, giving students direct access to the building blocks of their future knowledge—organized, indexed, and affordable content, resources, and instruction available 24 by 7. It also shifts the locus of control to the student, enabling them to pursue learning both in school (formal learning) and outside of school (informal learning).
Four years ago, I was nothing but hard, unmolded clay longing for the warmth of my Potter’s hands. I tried molding myself, but I was in desperate need of God’s skillful and caring guidance. This is why I am so thankful to Cathedral. God used Cathedral to mold and shape me according to His wonderful plan. There, God helped me not only realize my passions, but He also helped me put them into action almost every single day. Thanks to God working though Cathedral, I am now a beautiful and useful piece of precious pottery. Thank you, Cathedral for introducing me to my Potter’s hands and most of all, Thank you, God, for putting Cathedral High School on my path. Molly Carter, ‘12 Cathedral Highlights
A publication for alumni, parents and friends. President Stephen J. Helmich Executive Vice President for Finance Jim Williams Vice President for External Relations and General Counsel Matt Hammond, ’97 Vice President for Advancement Nicole Beasley, ’98 Vice President for Enrollment Management R. Duane Emery Vice President for Constituent Relations Ken Barlow, ’82 Vice President for Marketing & Communications Jan Stanich
The Cathedral iPad 1:1 Program enhances our traditionally excellent system of instilling academic excellence in our students. We are continuing to lead the way in preparing Cathedral graduates for future success in a changing world.
Isaiah 64:8 says, “O Lord, You are our Father. We are the clay, and... You are our pot maker. All of us are the work of Thy hand.”
For change of address: Please contact The Highlights at (317) 542-1481 or e-mail Susan Lord at firstname.lastname@example.org Have a story idea? Contact Jan Stanich at (317) 968-7352 or via e-mail at email@example.com On the cover: Students incorporate iPad technology into every-day experiences on campus and in the classroom. New technology connects Cathedral’s past with its future through the new 1:1 initiative.
a message from the principal Dear Cathedral Alums and Parents, This time of year is always one of mixed blessings–a time of seeing successful conclusions of projects, of classes, and the school year, and also a time of preparing to say good-bye to faculty and staff members with whom we have worked for many years. Although no one is able to be exactly replaced, others will bring their particular gifts to these positions. At this time, I would like to make you aware of the faculty and staff members who will be retiring at the end of this year. Mrs. Josephine Cavanaugh came to Cathedral in 1977. For these thirty-five years, she has made our Catholic Theology live for her students. Her teaching is combined with great compassion, much skill, and thoroughly caring for each of her students. She tops her presentations off with a smile or a chuckle shared with the class. She is retiring to spend more time with her husband, Tom, both here and in Florida. We will certainly miss Mrs. Jo Cavanaugh! Mr. Terry F. Fox came to Cathedral in 1991, where he has served as head of the Theatre Department for twenty-one years. He certainly brought our Theatre Department to the forefront of high school drama programs and can proudly boast of many of his students who have gone on to work in theatres professionally around the country. His final theatre production was Beauty and the Beast, which was a huge success this spring!
Swing Choir, as well as Keyboarding Class. She has presented many seasonal music productions and has worked to provide singers for the musicals in the Theatre Department. As Elaine retires from Cathedral, she plans to still be directing her church choir and will have more time to visit children and grandchildren. Sister Lynne Matteson, OSF, came to Cathedral High School in 1990. She has taught World and United States History and Spanish to our students until 2002. After a sabbatical, she returned to Cathedral as my Administrative Assistant until April 17th of this year, when she retired for health reasons and will be returning to her Motherhouse in Oldenburg, Indiana, where she will continue working part-time. We will miss Sister Lynne, also. “There is a time to live…,” a time to teach, a time to relax and to enjoy the fruits of many years of labor. We thank Jo Cavanaugh, Terry F. Fox, Elaine Holloway, and Sr. Lynne Matteson for these combined 92 years of commitment to the vision and mission, to the students, faculty and staff, and to all of us in the Cathedral family.
“This time of year is always one of mixed blessings–a time of seeing successful conclusions of projects, of classes, and the school year, and also a time of preparing to say good-bye…”
Dave Worland Principal
Mrs. Elaine Holloway joined the Cathedral faculty in 1997 and has been with us for 15 years in vocal music. She brought with her the Pop
Connecting with the future of education Cathedral’s 1:1 Program the culmination of two years of intensive planning When students show up for the first day of school in August, they won’t only be studying history, they’ll be making it. An idea that started in 2009 was brought to reality in the summer of 2012 making Cathedral the largest Catholic high school in Indiana to integrate a 1:1 iPad program. The 1:1 Program is part of a longrange, strategic plan approved by the Cathedral Board of Trustees in the fall of 2010. President Stephen Helmich says the decision to move to 1:1 computing opens the door for Cathedral to take her already-robust academic reputation to an even higher level and help prepare students for careers that may not even exist today. A study published by the Journal of Technology, Learning and Assessment confirms that schools associated with 1:1 programs see increased technology and increased student engagement, interest, and achievement. “Cathedral, as part of its vision, strives to be a model for all high schools and this program is part of that vision as schools move into a more digital learning environment,” says Rolly Landeros, Cathedral’s Chief Information Officer and one of the prime architects of the 1:1 program along with Julie Barthel, Director for Professional Development.
Cathedral, however, unlike other schools who may have adopted iPad programs, will not restrict a student’s use of applications (apps) or social media. “We strongly believe students should have the right to install any app that will enhance their learning style and educational experience,” says Principal Dave Worland. “This will allow each iPad to be individualized to a specific student’s instructional needs plus promote creativity in exploring new learning opportunities.” Allowing students to use their iPads for personal use is also a learning experience in itself. “We are teaching students to be good citizens of the digital world they live in,” Landeros says. Helping young adults use technology responsibly as well as proficiently is one of the major goals of the Cathedral program. The cost of the iPad ($499) will be offset by the need for fewer textbooks and equipment such as graphing calculators (which themselves can cost upwards of $100) with the ultimate goal being that Cathedral will be textbook-free by 2016. Not only will this provide a cost savings to parents, but the students benefit from having access to more engaging material than can be found in a printed textbook, having more up-to-date information, plus the ability to interact with the content in a very individualized manner.
Creating a digital learning environment at Cathedral Going to a 1:1 program, such as Cathedral has done, is about much more than just each student having an iPad. The two-year integration process has touched every facet of the school, including: FACILITIES • Using the latest wireless technology • Creating a New Technology Support Center within the library • Developing a learning and training lab for faculty, staff, and students • Creating an area for the student-integration team • Revamping the library with new chairs, tables, and movable book stacks to better accommodate technology use STUDENT GROUPS • Bringing together a core group of students and training them to help other students (and teachers) use the technology • Becoming student technology leaders in the school and helping socialize the culture change with their peers TECHNOLOGY • Investing in network upgrades over the past four years in preparation for Fall 2012
about irish “The iPad allows for more individualization of instruction,” says Barthel. “There are thousands of educational applications out there. It’s a very technologically rich environment for our teachers. From iTunes University where you can take classes at MIT, Stanford, or Harvard to teachers being able to create their own digital textbooks, the 1:1 program helps us teach a new type of students— the generational learners.”
Here are some of the ways Cathedral teachers will be using iPads to enhance learning: “We decided in all of our biology classes to use the newly released Miller & Levine digital biology textbook. I am really excited about this as I feel it will keep our kids engaged, reading, and learning how cool biology really is!” Jennifer Whitacre Biology teacher
“I am most excited for what the iPad will allow for my debate classes. I am planning to use an app that will allow students to give constructive • Using an ultra-high-speed Internet connection feedback to their peers during an actual debate. • Creating 75 wireless access points on campus We use blogs outside of the classroom now, • Backing up equipment with a diesel generator to which are a tool that I will continue to use, but ensure continuous connection even in power failure with every student having an iPad, they will TEACHERS be able to provide real-time feedback and • Providing all teachers with an iPad during the have interactive discussions 2011-2012 school year to allow time to become proficient and explore curriculum • Participating in biweekly technology meetings on applications and textbooks available for iPads
Integrating iPads into the classroom Julie Barthel, Cathedral’s Director for Professional Development, has been working with faculty and staff throughout the 2011-2012 school year to integrate the iPad technology into the educational culture at the school. “This is not just a new tool, but a new way of approaching learning,” she says, “it’s transformational.” The colleges and the job market that Cathedral graduates will be entering are globally oriented, mobile, and technologically savvy. Our students need to be, too, Landeros says.
“Beyond this, students in my debate classes will have a world of information at their fingertips every single class period. So much of our discussion depends on knowing statistics and the most recent information. Now we can have many students looking up different sources, synthesizing opinions, or analyzing rhetoric and all of this can be done in class instead of at home. Learning in a social community is incredibly more beneficial.” April Long English teacher
about irish “The iPad already has several practical uses in the theater. We use it as a remote for our theater lighting console, as a sketch pad, a shop tool (level app), and a convenient way to take notes. Currently all of the sound tracks for this year’s “Beauty and the Beast” were played from an iPod touch. We would also like to someday in the future integrate our entire sound system with the iPad. A lot of technology is used in the theater, but the addition of iPad is making a huge impact.” Michael Moffatt Theater teacher
“One iPad app I am really excited about is Flashcardlet. Students and teachers can create flashcards for any content area. This is especially useful with vocabulary. All of the cards for our current Spanish I and II textbooks are ALREADY created.” Kim Jamell Spanish teacher
“In the media center, we’ve been pushing Indianapolis Marion County Public Library’s digital resources — especially for research material. Our reading clubs still love the print versions of their books, but we’ve been loading devices with Young Adult titles, and sharing favorites through Google Groups and Shelfari. “We’re changing up the layout of the library to be more studentcentered: more comfortable collaboration areas, and, of course, wired study spots for charging devices. Our collection will focus on digital resources and Common Core standards. Information literacy is a key aspect of our research skills training.” Jennifer Herron Librarian
“I am very excited about the upcoming year and how we will all be using technology in our classrooms! In Ceramics, we are currently using Google almost daily to search for images and information to use with our clay projects. Additionally, next year my students will all be creating digital sketchbooks on their new iPads! These books will include photographs of all their works both in progress and when they are complete, with records of glazing success and challenges.” Sara Greene Fine arts teacher
“Last week, I was attending a conference and I used my iPad and an app called Explain Everything that allows me to insert notes, documents, and photos into a presentation. As my flight went over the Mississippi, I took a photo of it and inserted into a ‘real time’ addition to my “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” test review that I had created. I also created a series of videos that I uploaded to YouTube which the students watched in class and then could review again at home.” Liz Browning English teacher
National Honor Society welcomes new inductees The Aquinian Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed the following new members during an induction ceremony in April. Jack-Ryan Ashby Connor Bagwell Holly Baker Caroline Bechtel Kristin Bennett Ross Beretta Nicholas Bernauer Felipe Bertazzo Shane Bielefeld Michael Brady Adam Bridges Andrew Bruns Madeleine Bryan Sean Bucherl Nicholas Buckman Kendall Burgett Caley Caito Cara Callahan Kimberly Capilla John Christ Elizabeth Christie Claire Christoff Nathaniel Clark Shane Coogan John Cooke Kevin Czachura Jerome Dawn Simone Deighan Danielle Dezelan Charles Dickman *Patrick Dimond James Dolan *Corinne Doll Jackson Eaton Nancy Farmer Rachel Fischer Marguerite
Fisher-Heath Olivia Flynn Lauren Foley Samuel Frederick *Thomas French Deana Garrison Tucker Gregor Alissa Griffi n Kathryn Habecker Vincent Halloran Claudia Hannoy Carolyn Hanuschek Caroline Hartman *Brian Harvey Tayler Helgason Harrison Hensley Leah Hession Madelaine Hidalgo Kathryn Hoeper William Holland Mallory Howard Laine Hughes John Hummel Anna Huntine Nicholas Jamell Christopher Jones Zachary Jordan Lauren Keisler Kailen Kelly Hayley Kempsell Morgan Kimmell James Kirchgraber Grant Kirkpatrick Collin Kloc Grace Knerr Ashley Knoblauch *Michael Kochell
Aoife Laughlin Brynn Lee Sarah Lenahan Emily Loew Connor LudesBraeger Emma MacAnally Erin Macke Allison Maginot Madeline Mahoney Michael Mattei John McAteer Jake McCarty Jazzmine McDonald Miranda McQueen Christian Mercho Raffi Mercho Madeline Mitchell Jorden Mitchell William Moore *Ridley Morgan Lindsey Newhart Molly O’Brien Bridget O’Connor Cameron O’Connor Madison Oeff Olivia Orr Sarah Peat Monica Peebles Neil Perry Jessica Peszek George Peyton Peyton Powers Bryan Prechtel Cooper Riddle Alexander Rohe Chase Rollins
CHS 2012 NHS
Colin Sandor Zain Santamaria Lauren Scaletty Stone Schneider Abigail Schopper James Schroeder Sarah Schultz Madeleine Scott Shannon Scott Jonathon Scotto Samara Shackelton Kaitlin Sims Lindsay Sorg *Zachary Sosna Amanda Spindler Lauren Stavroff Stephen Stempky John Stephens James Suess Michael Sullivan Zachary Taylor Kaitlyn Thompson Maxwell Urasky David Van Winkle Elizabeth Wagner Jonah Weaver John White Kelsey Whiting Michaela Wiseman Wyatt Wood *senior
Beauty & the
Photo credit: Andy Bowman
his year’s spring musical, “Beauty and the Beast,” brought enchantment to life at Cathedral with Sarah Schultz as Belle and Tyler Lyons as The Beast. Zain Santamaria played Gaston with Bailey Lewis, DeMani Arnold, Christopher Jones, and Abby Helvering as Lefou, Lumiere, Cogsworth, and Mrs. Potts respectively, backed by an all-star cast and crew.
New Holy Cross Values Award recognizes holistic excellence Cathedral High School has lived Holy Cross values since the school opened on September 13, 1918, when Bishop Chartrand and the Brothers of Holy Cross welcomed boys from Indianapolis. On the school’s 93rd birthday on September 13, 2011, Cathedral formally re-affiliated with the Brothers of Holy Cross, logically connecting the school’s past, present and future with Holy Cross charisms such as spiritual growth, zeal (or the pursuit of excellence), commitment to education of the whole child, inclusion, and fostering of a family spirit. As a way to celebrate and emphasize these Holy Cross charisms within the Catholic school community, Cathedral introduced the Holy Cross Values Award in 2012. This award and a one-time scholarship in the amount of $500 will be presented at each Catholic grade school from which at least one student is coming to Cathedral each year going forward. The student selected will be someone who, according to the principal and faculty, embodies these Holy Cross charisms by demonstrating the following:
School Recipient Central Catholic
Christ the King
Immaculate Heart of Mary
Our Lady of Grace
Our Lady of Lourdes
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Audrey Adams Our Lady of the Greenwood
• Integrity and good character
St. Joan of Arc
• Service to school and/or parish community
• Leadership history and/or potential
St. Louis de Montfort
St. Pius X
St. Thomas Aquinas
• Commitment to academic excellence • Engagement in the faith life of the school and/or parish
Tom Wisler, Jr, MD, ’89, (Kapi’s father), Kapi Wisler, ’16, Holy Cross Values Award from Nativity, Hannah Brennan, ’16, Presidential Scholar recipient from Nativity, Maryanne (Wisler) O’Brien, ’91, and Tom Wisler Sr, MD, ’56 (Kapi’s grandfather).
We celebrate this year’s inaugural recipients of the Holy Cross Values Award, all of whom are members of the Class of 2016.
Record number of Presidential Scholars enrolling at Cathedral Each year, outstanding academic achievement and potential for incoming freshmen is recognized by awarding the Presidential Scholarship. This year, a record 69 Presidential Scholars will join the Class of 2016!
means a total award of $12,000 over four years. These students study at the Honors level, which often means Advanced Placement courses and/or International Baccalaureate courses. Presidential Scholars often earn significant college scholarships as seniors and gain admission to some of the
We congratulate the following students on their outstanding accomplishments and wish them luck as they grow intellectually as well as spiritually, socially, emotionally, and physically at Cathedral High School!
Presidential Scholar Previous School
Presidential Scholar Previous School
Presidential Scholar Previous School
The Oaks Academy
Fall Creek Valley
Christ the King
St. Pius X
Christ the King
Christ the King
Molly Mitchell Our Lady of Lourdes
Christopher Bessler St. Malachy
Christ the King
St. Joan of Arc
St. Joan of Arc
Christ the King
Immaculate Heart of Mary
St. Pius X
St. Maria Goretti
Presidential Scholars earn a merit scholarship (Presidential Scholarship) valued at $3,000 per year, which
Katherine DeWeese Immaculate Heart of Mary Steve Donahoe
Christ the King
Immaculate Heart of Mary
David Kronenberger Hamilton SE Meg Kunz
St. Maria Goretti
Peter LaMagna Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Danny Macke
Ally Mattingly St. Louis de Montfort Sean McCormick
nationâ€™s most prestigious colleges and universities.
Conner Mullin St. Louis de Montfort Angela Nguyen
Fall Creek Valley
St. Pius X
Allie Wehrli Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Tess Welch
St. Pius X Spring/Summer 2012
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Band Dave and Rae
The 35th annual ShamrAuction Guests headed down to New Orleans this year to enjoy our “Big Event” in the “Big Easy.” Hundreds of volunteers and community leaders make Cathedral’s ShamrAuction one of the most successful—and most anticipated—fundraising evenings in the Midwest, Director of Events Sheryl Babb, and Ginny Casey, Constituent Relations Coordinator, extend special thanks to 2012 ShamrAuction co-chairs, Denise Farrell, Hon. ’08, and David Day, ’81 for their leadership in creating this special event that ensures young men and women will be able to benefit from a Cathedral education. Make sure you’re part of this exciting and important event next year. Mark your calendars now for the 2013 ShamrAuction scheduled for Saturday, February 23, 2013.
Volunteers make it all possible Many thanks to the army of volunteers—students and adults—who came early, stayed late, and went above and beyond, all for Cathedral! We are so thankful and so very blessed! 14
about irish Student Volunteers Paul Arduini DaMani Arnold William Ash Corey Babb Matt Babb Briana Badgett Josie Barrett Ted Bemenderfer Lundy Birch Alex Bitar Austin Boos Michael Brady James Brokaw Maya Brownlow Nick Buckman Danila Burham Brian Butler Sydni Carson Nathan Clark Bobby Cohoat Justus Coleman Blake Collins Michael Conway Sara Conway Anthony Corsaro Maggie Craig Jia Cross Luke Cureton Madison DaBreo Jon Davis Madeline DemoDanaberg Vincent Demyan Ebony Dillon Alex Doe Natalie Donahue Megan Donnelly Jared Drew Carlene Eckhart Meagan Edwards Octavia Farris Rachel Fisher Daniel Flood Allyson Franklin Nathanial Gath Jackson Golden Vanessa Gomez
Courtney Graham Catherine Hackl Erin Hedlund Abigail Helvering Harrison Hensley Tailore Holder Kelsea Howard Matt Huber Will Hunker Shelby Hyde Joyreece James Danyon Johnson Olivia Johnson Kathryn Jones Ana Kavanaugh A.J. Keough Ryan Kelly Sam Lesem Ryan Levehagen Bailey Lewis Alex Lucht Nick McCarty Keith MacDonell Tim Marks L.J. Martin Michael Melbardis Alex Moore Robert Mulligan Michael Nave Chris Neuffer Lindsey Newhart James Officer Katherine Oskay Jacob Peebles Whitney Perry Ross Phillips Evan Pulliam Morgan Rhodes Rachel Riggle Haley Roach Mickey Roessler Alex Rohe Connor Rulman Aly Saum Zach Saum Chris Schoenfeld Frank Schwandt Eddie Schwering Vincent Scotto
Mr. Kinney plans his bidding strategy for the Live Auction with spotter Corey Babb, ’12.
Jade Shelton Logan Snell Sam Snemis Sean Snyder Morgan Soderholm Austin Sparks Ed Steppe Lauren Strieff Maradythe StuartWormack Elizabeth Subrin Mercer Suppiger Shantelle Taylor Paul Tran Sloan Toby Lauren Tolley Zach Vander Missen Erika Voight Erin Walsh Molly Ward Jimmy Webb Clare Welch Colleen Whiting
Shakara Williams Ty Willis Elizabeth Witchger Hunter Wolfe Brandon Yosha Patrick Zunk John Zupancic Boys Basketball Teams Boys LaCrosse Teams Freshman, JV, & Varsity Football Teams Girls and Boys Volleyball Teams
Adult Volunteers Loretto Armstrong Anna Burnham Lori Dickman Bruce Evans Donna Fleck Sean Fleck Bridget McClellan Roger McClellan John O’Donnell Sheri O’Donnell Cindy Rueschhoff Tom Rueschhoff Duanne Schmitz Lenore Shcmitz Chris Thie Debbie Thie Megan Thie Mike Ulmer Susan Waers
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2012 ShamrAuction Sponsors Event Sponsors: The Jack Baker Families Crown Technology Inc. Evans Audio-Visual Old National Insurance The Rick Pfleger Family Turf Dogs Landscape/Puma Cub Properties
Blue Allison Payment, Kevin Thomas Jack Bradshaw Family Bill, ’81, and Jennifer, ’81 Brady Family Brunette & Associates, Dan Brunette, ’70 Tom and Francine Flood Gregg and Lori Gallant Johnson-Melloh, Nick Melloh, ’88 Keller Family
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The Coca-Cola Company Dental Works Erwin CPA Group Fitness Revolution, Dale Speckman French Lick Resort G. Thrapp Jewelers George’s Neighborhood Grill Intrigue Travel, Tina Weiss JEM Jewelers Kissel Photography LA Fitness Mancave Collectibles Midwest Estate Buyers Midwest Mole, Dan Liotti Monarch Beverage Company Pacers Sports and Entertainment Rainbow Furniture Rich Weddings Sahm’s Catering Sanders Fine Chocolatiers Southern Wine and Spirits Special Markets Sun King Brewing Co. TLP Consulting Engineers Toshiba Business Solutions
Brian Butler, ’12, and Lauren Streiff, ’12.
Table Sponsors: Gold Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield Chris and Elizabeth Cooke Dellen Chevrolet, Nick Dellen, ’99 Managepoint, Dave Day, ’81 Marian University Ortho Indy, Dave Brokaw Shiel Sexton Company Whitsett Group, Tony Knoble, ’01
Methodist Sports Medicine RMIA Insurance Agency Source Brokerage, Stephen Crowe TWG Construction, Tony Knoble, ‘01 Ed and Patty Todderud VandeBosche Family
Event Donors: Annie-O’s Events BAM Rents Bridal Super Store, Eric Russel Brinkman Press Caito Foods Cartridge World
Event Supporters: Blue and Company Giraffe-X Graphics
Acknowledgements The 2012 ShamrAuction Committee was comprised of a group of dedicated individuals who offered their insight, wisdom, prayer, and talents to Cathedral High School. This team of men and women devoted countless hours in soliciting, planning and preparing for this cornerstone event. To each of these volunteers Cathedral says…thank you!
“This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of the Lord’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God.” 2 Corinthians 9:11-13
Chalene Braun, Deb Rusk, Michelle Harvey, and Lori Gallant
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2012 ShamrAuction Committee Director of Events Sheryl Babb Constituent Relations Coordinator Ginny Casey ShamrAuction Co-Chairs Denise Farrell Dave Day ShamrAuction Adviser Glendys Moosbruger Procurement Review Suzy Dilts Online Auction Lori Dickman Hiedi Rollins Auction Data Entry Jan Cohoat
Procurement Committee Amusements and Entertainment Chalene Braun Kelly Day Lori Gallant Stacey Hoaglin MaryAnne Kuhn Athletics Mike McGinley Craig McGinnis Thomas F. O’Brien Home Furnishings Nicole Bauer Honey Goldfarb Lisa Kinney Cami O’Herren Jewelry/Personal Accessories Allison Meta Erin McNulty Alexis Odle Patti Parsons Maryann Stanley 18
Raffle Ticket Pre-Sales Julie Avellana Bill and Jennifer Brady Melissa Compton Dan Corsaro Kevin James Mike Mitsch Tom O’Brien
Auctioner Scott Kolb
Restaurants Tamiko Crayton Kathy Gregor Julia Mattei Angie Mattingly Sharon Reed Kelly Wunder
Audiovisual Rolly Landeros Paul Schroeder
Services Michelle Gleason Zee Heiwig Kimberly Lawrence-Curry Krista Schluz Vacations/Sports Packages Amanda Holmes Tom McNulty Brad Rusk ShamrAuction Luncheon Co-Chairs Angela Kirkpatrick Vicki Scotto Luncheon Committee Beth DeSanto Julie Johnson Class Party Hosts Dave and Lona Neal, Freshman Class Skip and Robin Keltner, Sophmore Class Paul and Cathy Sandor & Rick and Mary Myers, Junior and Senior Classes
Event Production: Auction Inventory Ginny Casey Suzy Dilts Spring/Summer 2012
Auctioneer Assistants Greg Bamrick Rick Streiff John Zupancic Tom Zupancic
Beverage Center Kerry Bender Sahm’s Catering Angie Cathcart Anthony Ernst Tim Herron Julianna Hughes Angela Kirkpatrick John Kirkpatrick Kevin Kubacki Linda Lee Nick Lyons Nicole Lyons Vicki Roessler John Rushka Karen Rushka Kathy Scaletty Eric Schmidt Vicki Scotto Vince Scotto Brad Thompson Cheryl Thompson Paul Thompson Julie Vanderbosch Steve Vanderbosch Scott Wolf BidPal Support Team Rose Egan Jennifer Hollis Nick Kovatch Rachael Ludington Mic Roessler Kathy Saum Stephanie Syverson Amy Weber
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Catalog Preparation Lisa Farley Lisa Renze-Rhodes Michelle Rhodes Diane Szymanski Maureen Sullivan Ray Sup Collection Center Gloria Arterburn Tony Arterburn Jim Loew Sally Loew Gail Rowe Rick Turri Dinner Stewards Mimi Burnside Lisa Ford Tom Ford Glenn Mauger
Event Setup/Teardown Bill Beechler Betty Graham Sean O’Hara Bernie Schwering Jerry Sidwell Boys Basketball Teams Boys LaCrosse Teams Football Teams Tennis Teams Finance Center John Christ Vicki Christ Beth Christoff David Christoff Ann Collins Brian Collins Stacey Hoaglin Steve Hoaglin Beth Wissler Paul Wissler
Sloan Toby, ’13, greets guest Brother Roy Smith.
Check-in/Walk-up Registration Jenny Herron Mike Jaskoski Katie Lewis April Long Lynn Miller Kathy Pivonka Gara Schommer Kevin Williams Cindy Wolf Live Auction Support Julie Barthel Howard Fogel Chad Heck Steve Hummel Kim Jamell Rolly Landeros Beth Schmitt
Raffle Sales Angie Keough Melba Salmon Silent Auction Display Loretto Armstrong Cindy Bailey Bernice Berlage Beth DeSanto Julie Johnson Angela Kirkpatrick Sherri O’Donnell Vicki Scotto Dru Sexson Maryann Stanley MaDonna Wolf
Student Performers Debbie Boyd, National Honor Society Steve Goodman, Jazz Band Kathy McCullough, Band Susie Watson, Theatre Napolean Williams, Gospel Choir Table Preparations Jennifer Brady Girls and Boys Volleyball Teams Theme and Décor Planning Anne-Marie Dezelan
Transportation Ernst Barnett Linda Blair Pete Burg Randy Fairman Ken Kaufman Jim Nohl Paul Schroeder Mark Worrell Valet Parking Tom Greer Reggie Staley Volunteer Check-In Mary Jones Bridget Schlebecker
Graphic Design Steve Vanderbosch
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Gospel Choir greeted guests as they were led into the WAC with their rendition of When the Saints go Marching In
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CHS teacher Anthony Ernst serves as bartender
Dancing the night away
Cheers and “flutter-fetti” greet guests as they enter the 2012 ShamrAuction Mardi-gras style.
Diane (Turner) Vande Bosche, ’81, Joe Vande Bosche, ’80, Larry Turner, ’76, and Fred Turner,‘78.
“A conglomeration of spunk, strength, humility and fearlessness” Senior speaker defines the uniqueness of the Class of 2012 When I received the news that I was chosen as this year’s graduation speaker, I contemplated heavily what I might be able to share with you. I, too, am still learning what life is all about, and figuring out what direction I am going. I wondered how I could provide any wisdom or guidance.
English teacher April Long was selected as the graduation speaker by the members of the Class of 2012. These are her remarks in entirety. Bishop Coyne, Mr. Schaefer, Mr. Helmich, Mr. Worland, faculty and staff, families, my mom who drove from Cincinnati to be here, and most of all, the Class of 2012, thank you for the honor of speaking to you today. Some years ago someone compared me to a weed. Initially I was taken aback, though this person went on to explain: This is a good thing: Weeds are tenacious, they’re hardy, and they can grow anywhere in any environment. As unbecoming as the comparison may initially seem, it has never left my mind.
However, as I started thinking about what life has taught me thus far, and how I could share it with you, I realized that maybe I was meant to speak to you. We’ve been at CHS about the same number of years, so we have experienced a similar journey, but most appropriately, I came to realize you guys are like weeds, too. Just like weeds, you’re competitive, frustrating, masters of survival. Just like weeds, you’re ambitious and energetic. Weeds are spiky and stubborn. They can thrive in the sparsest and rockiest soil. And sometimes, they are seldom appreciated for their thorny virtues. But no matter what—weeds grow. If anything, that is their defining characteristic. Let us also not forget that as they grow, with time, they all bloom. How appropriate, too, that Father’s homily yesterday pointed out these same characteristics in you.
Every class has a spirit. Every class brings a tone to their senior year. Every class leaves its mark. But it seems your class is harder to pin down. At first this was disconcerting, but it came to be your mark: that you are beyond definition. However, after asking many of my beloved colleagues, what they COULD say about you is that they saw your growth over your last four years. And this is what we love about you. Though you are enigmatic, and tend to elude any one defining adjective, it is true that no matter the environment you were placed in, no matter what anyone else labeled you as, no matter if at times you were spiky and challenging, in the end, you bloomed. You grew to beautiful unique heights, and you put down roots at Cathedral High School that define you. I think this is the best wisdom I can offer you. Take what you have learned at Cathedral and remind yourselves often that there isn’t some kind of “perfect end goal” you are aiming for. The messy parts of life, the parts that don’t go your way, are the parts that will show you the most about your character. Our journeys are all about absorbing the changes, bending with the sharp turns, cradling the new and peacefully letting go of the old. This is what makes us resilient people—that we can thrive anywhere and we are not easily destroyed by those things that don’t go as we had planned. Continued on page 22, see “Class of 2012”
Class of 2012 (con’t. from page 21) Can you let go of some ideal you have in your head and picture yourself flourishing wherever your path takes you? It is definitely commendable to persevere toward a goal, but can’t we all agree there is an entirely different and admirable type of courage required in letting go? I had my 10-year reunion last fall and we did something kind of unique. We all wrote letters to ourselves on our last day of high school and put them in a time capsule to be opened at our reunion. While I mostly cringed my way through the whole letter, there was one thing that my high school-self said that was pretty insightful. I wrote, “My biggest fear is that I will never be able to replace these high school experiences or the friends I have made and kept for so long. My biggest excitement is that maybe I won’t have to.” 22
And that is actually true. You will meet new people and make new friends, but you will never need to replace the memories or let go of the friends you’ve made here. Life just gets bigger, you add to who you are, and people continually make an impact on you and become part of you.
writing, but also life. This journey (not just high school, but the years beyond) is about BECOMING. If we ever resign ourselves to some end point, some place when we have reached our full potential, then what is the point? The process of creating ourselves is what gives life meaning.
I’ve never seen a bond like the one students create at Cathedral. Sometimes in my Facebook news feed, a former student’s post will pop up and say something as simple as, “I miss Cathedral so much right now.”
As e.e. cummings said, “It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are.” Just think about the stories that accompany the lives of this brilliant faculty and staff seated behind me. So many of them model this idea. They live it. This is why we go back to grad school, pursue new careers, move across the country, study abroad, learn new languages, and chase after love. Because in all of these adventures we figure out more about who we are.
I hope you see it now; I hope you know how lucky you are now, but it’s hard to see it from where you are. Sometimes it takes a little distance to remind you what is closest to your heart. Ernest Hemingway, one of my favorite authors, said, “We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master.” I think we can agree he is not only talking about
In my short five years at Cathedral, I have had the opportunity to be a part of many things that let me witness the fervor of your class from
about irish the time you entered as freshmen until your last days. There are scenes of your last four years that are now part of my teaching story. I wanted to share a few, because they illustrate your goodness, your goofiness, and your impact on this school. I have watched Lana Kinney (arguable the tiniest person in your class) stand up to Quincy Giles (arguably the largest) during a cross-examination in debate class and declare that athletics are over emphasized with an unfaltering confidence. I have video proof, and it will be shown for years to come. You guys are fearless. I love that to celebrate the end of the year I told my Advanced Debate class we could have a breakfast party. Most students would bring in doughnuts, muffins, juice, or maybe some bagels and cream cheese. But not these guys. They show up with griddles, sausage and bacon, waffle irons and batter. You guys are creative and outside-of-the-box thinkers. When he was a sophomore, Bobby Cohoat infamously became the first student to ever make me cry. But as a peer mentor his senior year, he brought tears to my eyes in a completely different way. Bobby changed lives in that class. My freshmen students told me that he would stay on the phone for hours explaining Biology homework to them. He also showed up on a Saturday and brought McDonald’s to a few guys playing basketball. Just because. When my students related these stories to me, you could tell that it meant the world to them. You guys are role models. You are selfless and you are humble.
I have sat in a room with Anthony Corsaro as he planned to enter a full gym, dressed in leopard tights and a fur coat while “Welcome to the Jungle” played. People rarely got to see his dedication and commitment behind the scenes, but I have listened while he wrestled with the perfect words to put in his speeches, always wanting to capture the spirit of his class. Anthony and the other class officers, ignited the Junior Jungle two years ago, and our spirit assemblies will never be the same.You guys are confident, and game changers. So that is who you are to me, Class of 2012. You are a conglomeration of spunk, strength, humility and fearlessness. While grading research papers, I came across this poem one of my students chose to analyze, and I couldn’t help but share it with you. It is called “if ” by e.e. cummings: If freckles were lovely, and day was night, And measles were nice and a lie warn’t a lie, Life would be delight,— But things couldn’t go right For in such a sad plight I wouldn’t be I. If earth was heaven and now was hence, And past was present, and false was true, There might be some sense But I’d be in suspense For on such a pretense You wouldn’t be you.
If fear was plucky, and globes were square, And dirt was cleanly and tears were glee Things would seem fair,— Yet they’d all despair, For if here was there We wouldn’t be we. As Cummings states, all of the circumstances that have shaped and molded us make exactly who we are. Not just the good times, not just the times that work out how we expected them to, but all of it. It all works together perfectly to write your story. Who would we be if it all went as we planned? How would we grow if it was always easy? In what ways would we stretch if we never had to change our course? I leave you with this thought: Doug Larson, a columnist, said this about weeds: A weed is a plant that has mastered every survival skill EXCEPT for learning how to grow in rows. And this is how we will remember you—that you can make us laugh and cry, you can change the game, and you can exhibit growth no matter what. But above all, you will never do what everyone before you has done. THAT is admirable. And that is what makes you, YOU.
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CHAMPS! Cathedral Fighting Irish State Champs Again! The Cathedral Fighting Irish are coming off back to back IHSAA Class 4A State Championships. This year was the ninth win since the institution of the current class system in 1985 and the fourth in the last six years. In addition, the 2011 team was recognized by Max Preps and the Indiana National Guard on their annual Tour of Champions. The 2011 Irish ranked 63rd out of over 16,000 teams nationally according to Max Preps.
“We are the winning-est high school football team in the state of Indiana—with 669 wins and counting!” - Joe Kelly, ’74
2011 INDIANA STATE CHAMPIONS
CATHEDRAL FIGHTING IRISH
irish athletics From the locker room talk given by Mike and Joe Kelly before the championship game. Joe, class of ’74, played on the very first Cathedral state finals team in 1973:
“This team played arguably the most difficult schedule in Cathedral history in both the teams we played and how many trips we had to take to play those games. These players are a credit to their parents and to the work ethic created by Cathedral High School. It has been a great pleasure to be a part of such a great group of young men.” - Rick Streiff, Head football coach
“The Kelly family is a third-generation Cathedral family and has been part of the school for well over 50 years. We are all part of a very special school that not only excels academically and athletically but spiritually, as well. We are not only one of the best schools in this state but across the nation. “This will be our 12th appearance in a state championship game. “We have eight titles. “After a victory Saturday, we will have won 75% of our championship games! “Head Coach Streiff has a winning coaching percentage of 78%, six state titles, and one runner-up. He is currently tied for fourth alltime in state titles. And I don’t believe he is done yet. “We have also had six Mental Attitude Award winners—tied for the most in the state. Note: Jacob Bailey, ’12, was named Mental Attitude Award winner in the 2011 game.
“We continue to send a multitude of Cathedral football players across the nation to all divisions of college football! And we have put at least a dozen or so players in the NFL. “They say the heart and character of a team is the ability to use a set of mental and ethical traits to overcome an obstacle through excellence while in the face of adversity and achieve victory. “This has been the way of Cathedral football from the beginning. Your team is the epitome of what we stand for as a school and a football team. They don’t call us the Fighting Irish by accident. Now, it’s your turn to go out make history for your team and this school! Make us proud!”
Fall/Winter sports wrap-up The Irish have enjoyed championship seasons once again earning 11 city varsity championships, one semi-state, one state championship, and one national championship.
Basketball Cathedral men’s varsity, junior varsity, and freshmen basketball teams all won their respective city championships. Jared Drew, Jalen Coleman, and Collin Hartman were named All City.
Winter sports signings Nine Irish student-athletes were honored during the winter National Letter of Intent signing celebration sponsored by the Cathedral athletic department on March 14, 2012. These include: Christine Cates Alex Meador Maddie Fischer Jacob Bailey John Turner Tyler Willis Mickey Roessler Jacob Peebles Quincy Giles
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The varsity wrestling team won the city championship in addition to coming in first in both sectional and regionals. Brian Harvey, ’12, won individual championship in the 160-pound weight class.
Both Cathedral men’s and women’s swim teams won their respective city championships. School records set by this year’s teams include:
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ARTURO GRANDOS MAX ADAMS ELLIOTT PARSHALL ERIC GERBERS
Women’s varsity basketball came in second in the city championships and the JV and freshmen teams won first in city. Katie Arterburn, Sarah Stevens, and Madison Berry were named All City.
JANE KUKOLLA 100-yard backstroke
ARTURO GRANADOS 100-yard freestyle
ARTURO GRANADOS 500-yard freestyle
MICHAEL MITSCH 100-yard breaststroke
Royal Irish Rugby Club Wins National Championship
The Royal Irish capped off an undefeated (18-0) season in grand style by winning the United States Rugby High School Club National Championship. Cathedral defeated Union County (NJ) 41-3 in the quarterfinals, Colorado Springs (CO) 36-3 in the semifinals and Utah United (UT) 51-0 in the final. The tournament was held in front of large crowds at Rio Tinto Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah, home of the MLS Real Salt Lake team. The team was captained by senior Cathedral student Sam Snemis, while Drake Myers was the tournament’s leading scorer and classmate Joe Schroeder was named tournament MVP.
The Spiking Irish can boast about another first in women’s Cathedral volleyball history. Every senior in the program has been named ICGSA Academic All-State for the first time ever. Congratulations to Ellie Dedinsky, Keely McGrath, Gail Moriarity, Audrey Rougraff and Erika Voigt for earning Academic All-State Honorable Mention honors.
Winning its 18th City Title, Cathedral brings home number nine in a row!
Big congratulations to the entire Varsity team, and in particular the seniors, for the most successful season in club history. Congratulations also go out to the JV team for a strong second place finish in the state tournament.
The Irish winning offense was led by Jazzmine McDonald and Olivia Kluger. Defense led by Keely McGrath and handling “the rock” was Sara Homan delivering assist after assist. Team support was critical from Gail Moriarity, Randi McQueen, Hannah Quinn, Ellie Dedinsky, Audrey Rougraff, Olivia Zerr, Sydney Cox, Molly Kennedy, Erika Voigt, Lauren Scaletty.
The Royal Irish Rugby Club was founded in 1992 and is comprised of student athletes from both Cathedral and Chatard.
This past Memorial Day weekend, with the national championship in the rearview mirror, the Royal Irish still had some business to take care of, in the form of defending its four consecutive state championships. They did so with a resounding 38-12 victory over Penn HS, and in the process made it five straight.
Tennis The men’s varsity team earned City Champion honors and Luke Wojtalik was named to second team All State and Kevin Wissler to the Academic All State team. The Lady Irish Netters made it eight in a row as City Champions this year. Congratulations to Meredith Goshell (1 Singles Champion), Abby Brady (2 Singles Champion),
Simone Deighan (3 Singles Runner Up), Carlene Eckhart/Caroline Combs (1 Doubles Champions), and Olivia Flynn/Caroline Springer (2 Doubles Champions).
Soccer Both Women’s and Men’s soccer teams won their respective City Championships.
In addition to winning its second consecutive state championship, the Fighting Irish football team had five players named All City: John Turner, Evan Pulliam, Quincy Giles, Jacob Bailey, and Gino Gillum were voted city champs by city coaches.
Women’s Golf Cathedral women’s varsity team won the city championship and came in first in both sectional and regionals.
Science students learn in the field Cathedral science students have had the opportunity to learn from firsthand, in-the-field experiences at a variety of locations this semester:
Conservation On March 9, 2012, three students from Mrs. Whitacre’s science conservation group attended the Conservation Conversation at Brebeuf. Attending with Mrs. Whitacre were Courtney Graham, Olivia Odle and Alix Boos who will be leaders for the Project Green club that will begin next year here at Cathedral, combining the recycling and green projects into one club.
Biology and Anatomy Mrs. Echelbarger’s IB Biology class and Mrs. Levin’s anatomy students were invited to the Medical Academic Center in Carmel to view a partially dissected cadaver. Highly regarded surgeons were present to discuss the details of the cadaver which had its spinal cord and knees dissected.
A second field trip to Earlham College on April 30 gave Mrs. Levin’s Anatomy II students the unique opportunity to visit a prossected human cadaver. The students were guided through the parts of the human body by Mrs. Levin’s Anatomy II class at Earlham College Dr. Bob Rosenberg and his teaching Earth Science assistants. Students asked relevant questions and were able to hold and Mrs. Roessler’s earth science examine human organs including a students took an “in-school” field brain. The cadaver was a 92-year-old trip with Dr. Gary Rosenburg of woman who died of cancer and IUPUI’s geology department and students were actually able to view the Millersville community to the cancer in her colon and recognize become certified “Riverwatchers.” the difference between normal and Students learned how to monitor cancerous tissue. Fall Creek and plug data into an online Riverwatch data base to Students then were led through a help the community monitor guided tour at the Joseph Moore for flooding and contamination. Museum of Natural History on the Students also took soil samples Earlham campus followed by lunch in to test for heavy metals. the snack bar. Thank you to parent chaperones Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Williams.
Cathedral students and faculty joined the more than 23,000 Catholic youth from all over the country on a pilgrimage to the 2011 National Catholic Youth Conference, which was held at the Indiana Convention Center and Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis on November 17-19, 2011. Youth attended many fun-filled lectures and workshops over the three-day conference to help deepen their Catholic faith. Pictured, left to right: Katherine Clifford, Anna Gibbons, Ben Sasin snap a shot with boys from the Diocese of Trenton in New Jersey soon before the day’s concluding session.
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& Holy Cross Values By Katie Lewis, theology teacher Vision defines the aims and goals of an institution for its path toward the future. Cathedral’s vision encompasses much more than a simple path though; it embodies a respect for the heritage of the school. “Cathedral High School, a Catholic institution in the Holy Cross tradition will be the model for all high schools.” It is through our tradition in Holy Cross that we are able to serve as this model. From Holy Cross’ beginnings in France, the mission has always been broader than any one particular place. There is an intentional goal to reach out to the Holy Cross organizations throughout the world. So this past summer, Cathedral sent two faculty members with eight students to the Holy Cross Leadership Conference held at St. Edward’s University in Austin, Texas. We had the opportunity to meet and develop a relationship with the other Holy Cross high schools. Guy Valponi, a senior who attended the conference, described the week as, “A unique experience to meet people who attend schools very similar to our own.”
Joseph in Montreal. We will be joining with other Holy Cross schools to make this spiritual journey.
Educating hearts and minds Through our conversations at the leadership conference, we have adopted themes that other Holy Cross high schools use. These themes will rotate each year so that a student will experience each of the four themes throughout their tenure at Cathedral. The four themes are Building Respect, Educating Hearts and Minds, Being Family, and Bringing Hope. These four themes were developed out of the main teachings of Blessed Basil Moreau, the founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross. The themes are used to guide liturgies and to help the students focus on the ideas of Holy Cross. The Charisms of each Holy Cross school are unique because each school has a unique need that it fulfills. The charisms that we have adopted are: Faith, family, educating hearts and minds, hope, inclusiveness and diversity, option for the poor, and zeal. Students are directed to think of these charisms in relationship with their spirituality and faith life.
This summer, Cathedral is offering students the opportunity to make a pilgrimage to The Oratory of Saint
Cathedral Speech Team sends two to national competition For the first time in the team’s history, Cathedral students have been selected to compete on the national level at the National Catholic Forensic League (NCFL) Grand National Tournament in Baltimore, Maryland. Caley Caito, ’13, will compete in the Extemporaneous division and Zoe Walker, ’15, in Declamation.
he did.” Erin, in her first year, won the Breakfast Club Optimist speech contest and advanced to the Optimist Oratorial District Competition where she was a runner-up. Erin also advanced to the IHSFA state finals.
Freshman Erin Tupman says being part of such a high-achieving team has been a wonderful experience. “I’m incredibly introverted,” she says, “My dad strongly encouraged me to join speech team and now I’m glad
If you are a speech alumnus and would like to share your experience or be involved with the team, please email Jeanne Malone at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“This year was a great year for Irish Speech,” says Speech Team Coach Jeanne Malone. “We had 12 students qualified for state and two students going to National. It truly ‘takes a village’ to run a speech team and I’d like to particularly thank Jenny Herron, librarian, Ken Kauffman for transportation, Nancy Wheeler, chair of our English department, Principal Dave Worland and the administration, and our super parents for their outstanding support this year.”
LJ Martin, shown here with his family, was selected by fellow team members to receive the Blue and Gold Award for outstanding speech student of the year.
The Augie Award, established in honor of Eric M. Augenstein ’96, (now Fr. Eric Augenstein of the Archidiocese of Indianapolis), goes to the speech student that showed the most perseverance and dedication during the year. This year’s Augie Award winner is Zoe Walker, ’15, pictured here with her parents.
Erin Tupman, ’15, winner of the Breakfast Club Optimist speech contest
Cathedral in Super Bowl Entertainment By Benjamin Sasin, ’14 Four Cathedral students seized a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as they were watched by the 114 million viewers during the national anthem and halftime show for Super Bowl XLVI held February 5, 2012, in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The broadcast of the game on NBC broke the record for the most-watched program in American television history. The Indianapolis Children’s Choir (ICC), with Freshman Madison Jones ’15, began the Super Bowl by singing the national anthem with pop star Kelly Clarkson. “They (my parents) were taking pictures of the TV and calling family,” Madison said. “I got so many texts (from friends), my phone was about to blow up.” The ICC was required to practice the national anthem in Lucas Oil the Friday before the big game. However, the day of the Super Bowl, Madison saw the stadium from a different perspective. “At first, I was like ‘No problem,’ but once we got on the stage I was like ‘Oh my gosh,’” she said. During the halftime show, Kevin Wissler, Mitch Hicks and Max Adams, ’12, were only a few of many men acting as gladiators escorting Madonna to the stage. These Cathedral seniors were three of the only five high school students participating in the show. They said practices for Madonna’s show were long and tortuous.“We were practicing for seven hours on five different nights,” Senior Kevin Wissler said. “It was hard.” Madonna’s halftime show
featured other stars such as LMFAO, Nicki Minaj, and Cee Lo Green; Kevin had an unexpected encounter with one of them. “At one of the practices, I was walking out, I tripped over LMFAO’s suitcase,” Kevin said. “I was like ‘Hey, mind if we take a picture?’” Kevin, Mitch, and Max as gladiators had to escort Madonna to the main stage as well as make sure all of their feet were synchronized while marching. When you think of gladiators you think of bulky outfits, but this time they were ‘extremely light,’ consisting of a chest plate, short skirt, sandals, a helmet, and baby oil.
Cathedral’s own Mathias Kiwanuka, class of 2001, came home to play with the victorious NY Giants in Super Bowl XLVI.
In the last seconds of the eight-minute set-up time for the show, everyone participating felt an overwhelming feeling of awe, Kevin said. Walking into the stadium with all of the flashing camera lights made the three Cathedral students feel like they had paparazzi following them. “I liked how she (Madonna) debuted her new song on the day of the Super Bowl,” Kevin said. “She related to all generations. It was a really cool experience.”
2000s Anne Peach, ’00, married Tyler Bouton on March 16, 2012, in Huatulco, Mexico. Anne is a Pediatric ICU RN at Riley Children’s Hospital and is currently pursuing a Masters in Nursing at Vanderbilt University (Acute Care Pediatric Nurse Practitioner). Tyler is an aeronautical engineer at Rolls Royce. The newlyweds reside in Meridian Kessler with their dog, Ellie.
Sean Roseman, ’03, and Meghann Monahan, ’03, were married September 24, 2011. Sean is the son of Lee and Steve Roseman, ’66, and Meghann is the daughter of Grant and Julie (Trausch) Monahan, Ladywood, ’70. Members of the wedding party included: Steve Roseman, ’99, Case Roseman, ’97, Kevin Monahan, ’05, Lindsay McLaughling Beckley, ’03, Veronica (Marten) Hughes, ’03, Celeste Dro Richardson, ’03, David Dellen, ’03, Chris Marten, ’03, Jacob Jordan, ’03, Chris Mattson, ’03, Tyler Wilson, ’03, and Jordan Clinkenbeard, ’03. The couple resides in Indianapolis where Meghann is a registered nurse at Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital and Sean is the project billing coordinator for Sun Communications.
Theresa “Reese” Margaret Sullivan was born March 28, 2012, to Mike and Katie (Taylor) Sullivan, ’01. Katie works for Roche Diagnostics in Indianapolis as a marketing manager.
Jennifer E. Norton, ’01, is mother to Tyrone (Tye) Jerrod Murphy, Jr., born April 14, 2012. Jennifer is an associate estate planning attorney at Randall Law Offices, PC.
Jennifer Ryan, ’01, and Gidon Silverstein were married on September 10, 2011, in Pittsfield, MA. Jennifer is an advertising executive at Time Inc. The couple will continue to work in New York City and reside in Brooklyn, NY.
1990s Terence D. “Terry” Ford, ’92, joined Gregory & Appel Insurance as an account executive. Terry and his wife, Traci Catellier, ’93, have two young children and live in Carmel. Terry is part of Cathedral’s Emerging Leaders Young Alumni Program.
Elizabeth Kathleen Hahn was born May 10, 2012, to Molly Davis-Hahn, ’92, and Dr. Noah Hahn. Molly is Cathedral’s former alumni director and the daughter of former Board of Directors President John Davis. Matt Hammond, ’97, has been named Vice President for External Relations and General Counsel at Cathedral High School. Clark G. Rehme, ’98, was appointed Judge of the Lawrence Township Small Claims Court. Judge Rehme also is an attorney at Brown Tompkins Lory & Mastrian, and serves as president of the Cathedral High School Alumni Association, and is a member of our Board of Directors.
Annabel Mae Mauceri was born February 4, 2012, to Mike and Jamie (Schaefer) Mauceri, ’00. Her extended Cathedral family includes Jenny (Schaefer) Cortner, ’90, Jackie (Schaefer) McKinney, ’92, and Bob McKinney, ’92, Jody (Schaefer) Freije, ’98 and Eddie Freije, ’99; and Jill (Schaefer) Mattingly, ’01 and Dan Mattingly, ’01. 38
Seamus Boyce, ’99, partner at Church Church Hittle & Antrim, has been named to the National School Boards Association Council of School Attorneys.
Cathedral grad named head coach at Morehead
Photo credit: Morehead State University
Sean Woods, class of ’88, who has spent time with five Division I men’s basketball programs and led Mississippi Valley State to the 2012 NCAA Tournament, has been named the 13th head coach in Morehead State University history. “I am very pleased to welcome Sean as the new head men’s basketball coach at Morehead State University,” said Dr. Wayne D. Andrews, MSU president. “I believe that Coach Woods’ experience, character and integrity will help us continue the momentum that our basketball program has achieved in recent years. I have no doubt that he will be an outstanding leader for our young men.” Woods led Mississippi Valley State to 50 overall wins and 44 Southwestern Athletic Conference victories the past four years. Woods was recognized as the 2011-12 SWAC Coach of the Year and earned the prestigious Ben Jobe Award, which honors the top minority coach in NCAA Division I men’s college basketball. Prior to accepting the head job in Itta Bena, MS, Woods spent time on the coaching staffs at TCU (2006-08), Texas A&M Corpus Christi (2005-06) and High Point (2003-05). Woods may be best known as one of the “Unforgettables” from Kentucky’s 1992 East Regional final team. He scored 21 points against Duke in one of the NCAA Tournament’s most memorable games, but Christian Laettner’s buzzer beater gave the Blue Devils a 104-103 overtime win over the Wildcats.
Brian Elson, ’84, and Robert “Brad” Elson III ’88, received the 2012 Monsignor Busald Award for their sustained service to the youth of Christ the King parish through CYO and youth ministry programs.
Bob Kirkhoff, ’53, was inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, April 28, 2012.
Richard McNamara, ’46, and Robert McNamara, ’48, were named 2012 Irishmen of the Year at this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Indianapolis
Jim McLinn, ’70, Cathedral’s Director for Athletics, has earned the designation Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA) through the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association.
Cathedral students spend Spring Break building a better future for others
For the ninth consecutive year, Cathedral students have spent Spring Break helping Habitat for Humanity provide hope for those living on South Carolina’s St. John’s Island. Sixty-three Irish students plus six adult volunteers joined students from more than twenty high schools, colleges, and universities “to help families obtain simple, decent and affordable housing.” As part of Habitat’s national alternative break program, Collegiate Challenge, Cathedral students volunteered to work with the Charleston and Sea Island Habitat for Humanity.
“This is our fifteenth time hosting students during their spring break and we are appreciative of their efforts,” said Anne Shaffer Myers, Sea Island Habitat’s Volunteer Coordinator. “The work these students will do during their spring break will have a lasting impact in our community.” The students came to South Carolina from 20 different schools in 15 different states, plus one school from Canada and will work on various projects with the affiliates including new home construction and critical repair, weatherization, and Brush with Kindness projects.
The participating schools in 2012 include the following: • Northeastern • William and Mary • Wake Forest • Georgetown • NYU • Siena College • Centre College • St. Olaf College • University of Delaware • Vanderbilt University • St. Ambrose University • Centre College • University of Delaware • McMaster University • Villanova University • Eastern Kentucky University • Keene State College • Minnesota State University • Elmhurst College • Cathedral High School • Castleton College
Dr. James Muller, ’61, Nobel Peace Prize recipient and Cathedral alumnus speaks to students James Muller, MD, Cathedral class of 1961, was the special guest speaker at the April 15, 2012, National Honor Society Induction Ceremony, and also addressed the student body at a special assembly the following day.
Dr. James Muller and Principal Dave Worland
Dr. Muller, a Boston cardiologist, has been described in a NYTimes. com article as having “the contemplative demeanor of a man who once considered the priesthood, drawn by the beauty and mysticism of the Mass.” Instead, as the article continues, he became a physician and later a founder of the social action group, the International
Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War, which won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1985. The Wall Street Journal featured Dr. Muller the same day he spoke at the Cathedral assembly. The company he founded, Infraredx Inc., has developed a tool that analyzes the telltale signs of the disease that causes heart attacks. “If the test proves effective in detecting and stopping heart attacks before they occur,” the article says, “it could be an important advance in the battle against the world’s leading killer.”
The 2012 Tradition set for August 20 The Tradition, Cathedral’s annual golf outing, will be held August 20, 2012, at the Hawthorns Golf and Country Club, Fishers, IN. The $400 entry fee for the 18-hole Florida Scramble includes green fees and cart, eight raffle tickets, one mulligan, putting contest entry, lunch/dinner/cocktails, on-course refreshments, favor, and prizes. Proceeds support the four cornerstones of Cathedral: affordability, diversity, faculty, and facilities in addition to the Cathedral Endowment. This year’s event will honor Man of the Year Joseph Dezelan, ’62, along with his wife Cathy (Corsaro) Dezelan and their three children, Marty, ’86, Jodi, ’90, and Tony, ’94.
Joe Dezelan, seated left, with his family
To reserve your spot or to sponsor a hole at The 2012 Tradition, register online at gocathedral.com/TheTradition or contact Sheryl Babb, Director of Events, at 317.968.7316.
Shamrock Scholars supporters recognized In April, supporters of the Shamrock Scholars program were recognized for their generosity in helping deserving students enjoy the benefits of a Cathedral High School education. A luncheon in their honor, held in the Atrium at the school, brought together sponsors and their individual students. The speaker for the event was Shamrock Scholar donor, Patrick Rowe, class of ’98, who attended along with his mother, Vicki Rowe, also a Shamrock Scholar supporter.
Past-parent Vicki Roe, Delaney Jansen, ’14, and Patrick Rowe, ’98.
The program, started by Director of Major Gifts Mike Feeney, matches students with donors who commit to providing tuition support, freshman through senior years. Shamrock Scholars raises $550,000 annually in direct tuition assistance as well as fosters a personal, emotional investment in the success of Cathedral students.
Russell (Jock) and Penny Fortune, long-time local education philanthropists, will be providing full tuition for the following Shamrock Scholars for the 2012-2013 school year through their Fortune Scholars program. Pictured left to right: Katie Kluger, Rob Kluger, Michael Kluger ’16, Courtney Bostrom ’15, Angela Bostrom, Mike Feeney, Cathedral’s Director of Major Gifts, Ben Sasin ’14, Anna Sasin, Simon Sasin, Michelle Rhodes, Director of the Cathedral Fund.
Hugh, ’44, and Betty Sullivan, pictured here with students Max Spears, ’12, and Peter Herron, ’12, together have assisted three Cathedral students through the Shamrock Scholars program each year for the past 15 years.
NEW 50% TAX CREDIT MAKES BEING A SHAMROCK SCHOLAR SUPPORTER EASIER THAN EVER New tax rules instituted in 2011 mean your donation goes even farther in helping deserving students benefit from a Cathedral education. Donations made to our Scholarship Granting Organization (SGO) are eligible for a 50% state tax credit, up to $2.5 million a year. Plus, that same donation still qualifies for federal deductions. That means that donations toward Cathedral tuition through our SGO, either by an individual or a corporation, might, return up to 75% or more of the amount in the form of tax credits and deductions. For more information on taking advantage of the new tax credit and enjoying the satisfaction of supporting Cathedral’s Shamrock Scholars program, contact Mike Feeney, Director of Major Gifts, at 317.968.7348 or at email@example.com.
Cathedral alum wins gold in powerlifting Mike Paugh, class of 1957, took up powerlifting at age 69 and today regularly competes in various events. “It’s good for both the mind and body,” Mike says. Mike, who holds the Florida record for his weight and age group, competes in bench press, squat, and deadlift and has lifted as much as 400 pounds. He is the father of Rob, ’88, John, ’86, and Lisa, ’90.
Farewell, Sister Lynne! Cathedral bid farewell to Sister Lynne Matteson at a reception in her honor, April 17, 2012, in recognition of both her years of service to the school and a Jubilee celebration of Sister’s 25 years in religious life. Sister Lynne served as the administrative assistant in the principal’s office. Best wishes to Sister Lynne as she returns to the Mother House in Oldenburg, IN.
Principal Dave Worland and Sister Lynne
Happy birthday, Father Munshower
On March 4, 600 of Cathedral’s family and friends came together to celebrate Fr. Bill Munshower’s 80th birthday which was February 23. Each student made a birthday card and the whole school joined in to sing “Happy Birthday.” Cathedral’s Lifesavers Club members Elizabeth Witchger, ’12, Ben Sasin, ’14, and Sofia Ocampo-Morales, ’14, joined nearly 50 other Indianapolis pro-life youth headed for the March for Life in Washington, D.C. on January 23, 2012. These three joined the more than 400,000 people who peacefully marched for the voice of the unborn.
Saying “goodbye” to a Pioneer in Broadcasting Charles “Chuck” Workman,79, a veteran of Indianapolis broadcasting who was best-known as a courtly, smoothvoiced spokesman for jazz, passed away March 25, 2012, at his home. He was born December 1, 1932, in Terre Haute, Indiana, to the late Clyde and Izetta Workman. His broadcast career began as a Cathedral High School student in 1947, doing a show for the old WIRE-AM in Indianapolis. After Air Force service during the Korean War, when he learned more about broadcasting, he returned to Indianapolis in 1956. He worked for the Veterans Administration, from which he retired in 1992,
all the while gaining a growing reputation in local radio and TV. He got in on the ground floor of radio station WTLC-FM in 1967, then joined WATI-AM as an engineer with a sports show on the side. He moved into TV with Channel 4 in 1969, becoming sports director in 1974—the first black man in the state to hold such a position. Workman spent 19 years with WTPI-FM, broadcasting jazz every Sunday morning, until a format change in 2005. Several months later, he was hired by WICR-FM, where his “Saturday Evening Jazz Show” continued until his death. He had been with WIAN-FM (predecessor to WFYI-FM) from 1970 to 1990 as a jazz radio host.
The Indiana Pioneer Broadcasters inducted him into its Richard M. Fairbanks Hall of Fame last fall. He was also a member of the Indianapolis Jazz Hall of Fame. Workman helped organize the long-running “Animals and All That Jazz” series at the Indianapolis Zoo about 25 years ago, and worked with David Baker of Indiana University to put together an Indiana Avenue all-star reunion concert to kick off the first Indy Jazz Fest in 1999. He leaves to cherish his memories a loving daughter; Courtney Workman Perry (Sean); sister, Eileen W. Young; nephew, Mark P. Young and a host of other relatives and friends.
Sandra Boyd Scheetz, Ladywood St. Agnes ’62 Beloved Teacher and Member of the Cathedral Family Sandra Scheetz, 67, passed away on May 5, 2012. Sandi had recently retired from Cathedral after teaching and coaching speech here for 21 years. She taught by example, loving her students and living a selfless life devoted to others. She received the distinguished Monsignor Busald Award and the St. John Bosco Medal, the highest honor bestowed on a volunteer from the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. She coached youth kickball for more than 25 years at her grade-school alma mater,
Immaculate Heart of Mary and at St. Monica, St Luke, and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. She was president of the PTO, Women’s Club, and member of the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish Counsel, serving in many capacities. She was the mother of Michael B. Scheetz, ’89, Steven D. Scheetz, ’86, and Clayton A. Scheetz, ’91, the niece of former Indianapolis Mayor John J. Barton, ’24, and the aunt of J.B. Boyd, ’92, Graham Boyd, ’96, Christopher Boyd, ’96, and Katherine James, ’99.
In Memoriam FRED C. ABEL SR., 76, ’53, brother of Sharon Abel Lee, ’66, St. Agnes Academy. MARY J. ALTHERR, 82, grandmother of Mary Rogers, ’15. TIM AHERN, ‘65 ROBERT J. ARKINS, 77, grandfather of Alex Dittmer, ’14.
ALBERT M. DONATO, JR., 70, ’59. BARBARA ENGELKING, 68, wife of Fred Engelking, ’48. MARY A. ERLENBAUGH, 78, ’51, St. Agnes Academy. DAVID MICHAEL ERNST, 72, father of Cathedral teacher Anthony Ernst.
ROSE M. AUST, 85, mother of Rebecca Sage, ’73, Ladywood St. Agnes, and grandmother of Abbigale Sage, ’98, Lindsay (Sage) Brake, ’00, Lauren Profitt, ’07, Kristina Profitt, ’08, and Thomas Profitt, ’13.
MARVIN FREEL, father of Br. Chester Freel, CSC.
CLARK J. BARRETT, 95, ’34.
MARTIN FUNDENBERGER, 81, father of Monte Fundenberger, ’89, and Marvin Fundenberger, ’89.
MARY ALICE BOARINI, ’47, St. Agnes Academy, mother of Julie Conaghan, ’73, Ladywood St. Agnes. JOAN L. BOERSIG, ’48, St. Mary’s Academy. WILLIAM G. BRANSON, 88, grandparent of Bridget (Beltrame) Douris, ’99, Shannon Branson, ’00, Kathleen Beltrame, ’00, Margaret Beltrame, ’02, Michael Beltrame, ’05, Mary Ruhmkorff, ’07, Colleen Ruhmkorff, ’09.
WILLIAM “BILL” E. FROHLIGER, 82, ’47, Cathedral teacher and coach, 1956-1964.
THOMAS F. GRADY, 81, ’49, husband of Patty Grady, ’50, St. Agnes Academy, brother of Patrick L. Grady, ’43, brother-in-law of Mary Kenney, ’48, St. Agnes Academy, and Marilyn Deardorf, ’48, St. Agnes Academy, and grandfather of Thomas C. Nelson, ’11. THOMAS A. GETZ, 95, grandfather of Ashley Thornburg, ’01, and Colin Thornburg, ’03.
MICHAEL O. CANNON, 66, ’63.
WILLIAM E. GRITT, 82, ’47.
JOHN C. CASTELLI, father of Peter Castelli, ’89.
KEVIN L. HABEL, 54, stepfather of Jarrett Carrico-Habel, ’03.
MARY C. CHAMBERS, 81, ’48, St. Mary’s Academy.
BRUCE L. HARMON, 78, grandfather of Brittany O’Brien, ’09, Matthew O’Brien, ’10 and Molly O’Brien, ’13.
KENNETH R. CLARKE, ’72, brother of Stephen M. Clarke, ’74. WALTON A. COLLINS, 84, ’45. DARLENE A. CONWAY, 73, mother of Susan Mannfeld, ’78, Kimberly Whigham, ’85, and Brian Conway, ’88, and grandmother of Evan Whigham, ’15. GERALD L. DAPPER, 77, father of Robert Dapper, ’80, Lauren Dapper Sallay, ’83, and Theresa Dapper Ebbs, ’87, father-in-law of Kathy Knyth Dapper, ’83, and grandfather of Katie Dapper, ’08, Sarah Dapper, ’11, and Monica Sallay, ’10. JOANNE DEERY, 59, ’70, St. Agnes Academy, sister of Terry Deery, ’76, and Jerry Deery, ’80. PHILIP FRANCIS DEFABIS, 91, ’39. MARILYN J. DIETZ, 79, ’50, St. Agnes Academy.
FRANCES HARRIS, 85, grandmother of Ryan Harris ’00, Joey Harris, ’03, and Melissa Harris, ’07. MARY K. HAWKINS, 79, ’50 St. Agnes Academy. PATRICIA E. HEBENSTREIT, 86, grandmother of Colin Hebenstreit, ’03, Casey Hebenstreit, ’06, Tim Hebenstreit, ’07, Colleen Lane, ’14. FRANCIS “FRANK” B. INNIS, JR., 83, ’41, brother of Mary Souchan, ’43, St. Agnes Academy. KATHERINE L. JINKS, 84, grandmother of Evan Jinks, ’06 and Wesley Jinks, ’04 JULIA E. KANE, 95, mother of Leo Kane, ’70, and great-aunt of Kevin Kyle II, ’14. JOHN W. KELLER, JR., 89, ’41. Continued on page 46, see “Memoriam”
irish updates Memoriam (con’t. from page 45) JOSEPH “SLIM” T. KENNEDY, 54, ’75, brother of Susie Cutshall, ’73, Ladywood St. Agnes, Bobbi Delon, ’74, Ladywood St. Agnes, Jane Smith, ’76, Ladywood St. Agnes, Jan Kennedy, ’78, Anne Miner, ’78, Tim Kennedy, ’79, Judith Indiano, ’81, Michael Kennedy, ’86, and Sharon Halsmer, ’83.
MICHAEL PATRICK MURPHY, 49, ’81, husband of Cynthia Warwick Murphy, ’81, son of Michael Murphy, ’53, brother of Maureen McHugh, ’77, Sheila Grote, ’79, Patrick Murphy, ’82, Eileen Goodin, ’85, and uncle of Vincent Grote, ’11, Catherine Goodin, ’12, Caroline Goodin, ’13, and Cameron Grote, ’13. DONALD T. NELIS, ’45.
THOMAS J. KNOX, 78, ’51.
JAMES G. NEWLAND, 93, father of Robert Newland, ’67, James Newland, ’69, and Mark Newland, ’74, and grandfather of Ryan Newland, ’01, and Todd Newland, 04.
ROBERT P. KRITZLER, 71, ’58.
PAUL E. PEARSON, 81, ’49.
JOHN F. LAND JR., 75, ’54.
CARL V. RAGON SR., 75, ’55.
ROBERT L. LANDWERLEN, 85, ’44, brother of Rev. Paul Landwerlen, ’46.
LEO J. REA, 90, ’40, brother of Anthony J. Rea, ’34, and Sara J. Rea, 85, grandparents of Brad K. Hedlund, ’05, Ami R. Hedlund, ’09, Erin M. Hedlund, ’13, and Carly R. Hedlund, ’14.
RICHARD “DICK” KILLILA, 74, ’56.
PAMELA L. LEWIS, 56, mother of Lauren Lewis, ’05, Daniel Lewis, ’07, and Morgan Lewis, ’09. ELEANORA C. MCCALLEY, 88, ’41, St. Mary’s Academy, wife of Richard McCalley, ’41, mother of Thomas McCalley, 67 and Jeanne TeKolste, ’74, Ladywood St. Agnes, and grandmother of Emily TeKolste, ’07, Rebecca TeKolste, ’08, and Sarah TeKolste, ’11. MICHAEL E. MCCARTHY, 79, ’50. GEORGE R. MCQUADE, 65, ’64. JOHN T. MCDERMOTT, 87, ’42. RICHARD L. MADDEN, 82, ’48. MARJORIE A. MATTINGLY, 81, ’48 St. John’s Academy, sister of Edwin Holler, ’46, grandmother of Sarah Haddon, ’99, Christopher Jackman, ’96, and David Jackman, ’03. EMMET R. MILLER, 103, ’28. VIOLA JEAN MILLER, 83, ’46, St. Mary’s High School. KATHLEEN MITCHUM-KREMER, 89, ’40, St. John’s Academy, mother of Michael F. Mitchum, ’69 and sister of Matthew J. Dillane, ’35. THOMAS M. MONTGOMERY, 60, ’69. JOAN C. MULLER, 88, ’41, St. Agnes, wife of Dr. Victor Muller, ’41, sister of J. Gordon Conner, ’37, and grandmother of Sarah Muller, ’14.
ARTHUR A. REIS, 86, ’43. SUZANNE R. RENICK, 81, ’48, St. Agnes Academy, mother of Michael Renick, ’71, and Terry Renick, ’72. ROBERT “BOB” P. ROBERTS, 92, father of Robert P. Roberts, ’69. JUDITH E. ROSNER, 82, grandmother of Peter Gerard, ’10, and David Saferight, ’05. WILLIAM G. “MAJOR” SCHNIEDERS, 67, ’62, father of Jennifer Schnieders, ’91, and John Schnieders, 95, brother of Jim Schnieders, ’64, David Schnieders, ’67, Paul Schnieders, ’74, Ann Schnieders, ’78, Mary O’Brien, ’70, St. Agnes Academy, and uncle of Amy Weber, ’93. Carrie Steffen, ’94, and David Rodriguez, ’05. DELBERT F. SCHOENING, ’45. JAMES E. SCHMITZ, 70, father of Lisa Schmitz Rodriguez, ’92. ELOISE K. SCHNORR, 94, ’36, St. Agnes Academy, wife of Ray Schnorr (deceased), ’36, and mother of Matthew Schnorr, ’76, Raymond J. Schnorr, Jr., ’71, and Janet Schnorr Tosich, ’62, St. Agnes Academy. DELBERT F. SCHOENING, 73, ’56. MARY C. SPRINGER, 85, mother of Mark Springer (deceased), ’75, and John Springer, ’74. VIOLA A. SQUIRES, 88, ’40, Ladywood School.
irish updates JOHN J. STAMMER, 80, ’49. ROBERT J. STARK, 79, ’50, father of Joe Stark, ’73, James P. Stark, ’74, Thomas M. Stark, ’76, and grandfather of Sandra E. Wainscott, ’99, Margaret Campbell, ’01, Kelly Park, ’01, James P. Stark, ’04, Kimberly A. Stark, ’06, Thomas M. Stark, ’07. Bridget P. Stark, ’09, MacKenzie K. Stark, ’11, and Steve Stark, ’15, DONALD “DONNY” W. STEPHENSON, ’64, father of Leah Roggeman, ’93, brother of David Stephenson, ’65, and Dennis Stephenson, ’71, uncle of Gina Snyder, ’88, and great-uncle of Nick Jamell, ’13. HAROLD E. SULLIVAN, 85, ’44, husband of Carolyn, ’51, St. Agnes Academy, grandfather of Joseph Nelson, ’06 and Kyle Sullivan, 01.
L. EUGENE SUMMERS, grandfather of Alexander Cotton, ’15. ROSANNE TAYLOR, 61, ‘68, Ladywood High School. JOHN E. TRYON, 65, LTC, USA (ret.), father of Brian Tryon, ‘96, and Katherine Tryon Greene, ‘01. CAROL E. WOLF, 75, grandmother of Molly Ward, ’12, and Ryan Ward, ’15. RALPH A. WOODS, 74, ’56, husband of Kathleen Chatmon Woods, ’64, St. Mary’s Academy. CHARLES “CHUCK” WORKMAN, ’50. LUELLA M. WORLAND, 84, mother of Cathedral principal David Worland, and grandmother of Lance Worland, ’05, Courtney Worland, ’06, and Sean Worland, ’09. GEORGE A. ZIMMER, 82, ’47, husband of Laetitia “Tish” Zimmer, ’50, St. Agnes Academy.
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August 17-18 Class of ’62 50th Reunion. Information on the alumni page on gocathedral.com.
20 The Tradition Golf Outing honoring Man of the Year Joe Dezelan. For information on participating or supporting this annual event, go to gocathedral.com.
October First annual Trivia Night Contest. Check the website for details this summer.
November ShamrAuction Luncheon.
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Irish here and there The next time you travel, take along a Cathedral shirt or item and snap a picture of yourself and your family members. Email us your photo and a little information about yourself, where you were, and who you were with. You might find yourself in an upcoming issue of The Highlights. (Don’t have anything with the Cathedral name or logo on it? Visit our online Spirit Shop at gocathedral.com and take your “Irish” roots with you wherever you go!)