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Catholic Education & Community Since 1871

ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013


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ANNUAL REPORT 2012-2013

Letter from IWA President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 School Board 2012–2013. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Letter from School Board Chair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Honor Roll of Donors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Living Stones Building the Mission Recognition Society.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 President’s Circle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Giving by Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Special Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Gifts in Honor of .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Enlighten, Inspire, and Strengthen Campaign. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Summary of Contributions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Financial Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Statements of Financial Position . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Statements of Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

Editor’s Note: This report is intended to include the names of all donors who made contributions to Incarnate Word Academy during the July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013 fiscal year. Gifts made to the Incarnate Word Academy Foundation through memorials, scholarships, or general donations are reported separately in the Foundation’s Annual Report. If your name has been misspelled, entered incorrectly, or unintentionally omitted, we apologize. So that we can correct our records, please notify us at: Incarnate Word Academy, 2920 South Alameda, Corpus Christi, Texas 78404.

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L E T T E R

F R O M

S C H O O L

B OA R D

C H A I R

OUR VISION

To Become an Image of Christ Within Our Community. To extend the legacy of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament, as leaders, partners, and advocates for our students and the adults who serve them; and to provide a community where all may grow in Christian wholeness and bear witness to the presence and love of Christ among us.

OUR MISSION

To Reflect Jesus the Teacher. We form students in a loving and challenging environment where the individual gifts of every student are recognized, celebrated, and developed as a reflection of Christ.

OUR CORE VALUES

Faith: Belief in Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Word, and His message of love for the world Dignity: Respect for the worth of every person and for life in all its forms, with special concern for the poor Compassion: Love, concern, and understanding in service of life-long learning Integrity: Honesty, justice, and consistency in all relationships Dedication: The pursuit of high standards of performance among teachers, students, and the school community Gratitude: Acceptance, nurturing, and celebration of individual gifts and talents Service: Recognition of God’s blessings and commitment to sharing them with others in school, family, Church, and community 3


L E TLetter T E R from F R IWA O M President I WA P R E S I D E N T

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reetings as we approach the seasons of gratitude and thanksgiving! A number of years ago while on retreat, I was thrown off by a comment the director made about prayer, gratitude, and time. It went something like this – the greatest prayer is one of gratitude and often people can’t find the time to pray or even be grateful. And then, the question that has haunted me since: “Isn’t it interesting that people have time to do all the things they want to do and use time as an excuse not to do the things they ought to do?” So, I would like to focus my letter in this annual report on those three themes: prayer, gratitude, and time. We at Incarnate Word Academy remember you often in prayer. Living through the rich history and tradition of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word, we who serve this education mission are keenly aware that we can do little without developing a life of prayerful connection to God. Part of that prayer is to recognize not only those who have come before us, but those who are so present with us through the generosity of their time, talent, and gifts of service, all treasures that enrich us immeasurably. Gratitude is a grace given to those who are consistently aware that no one of us is greater than the sum of the parts. Scripture exhorts us to remember, “For as in one body we have many parts, and all the parts do not have the same function, so we, though many, are one body in Christ [the Incarnate Word].” This oneness with each other, the “harmony, as in that of an orchestra,” recently described by our Holy Father, Pope Francis, is a cause of great joy and deep gratitude in the hearts of those of us in the Incarnate Word Academy community. On behalf of the many who feel your impact, thank you! And lastly, we arrive at time. This is what so many of us seem to have the least of these days. In a world of fast-paced running around, fast food, quick fixes, things made “easier” and more “efficient” through technology, growing cynicism and skepticism from the media to the gossip-mongering neighbor, how does one find the time to be alone, to pray, to recognize the gifts and the Giver? This is something that needs to be the foundation of lessons taught to the young people of today. Developing the competency to be quiet and enter into silence is the ongoing task for each of us. The quality of our modeling and the living of our interior lives will be the greatest witness to the generations of Angels we are forming here. The time that so many of you take to continue to support, encourage, and challenge us is an invaluable gift, and one that is not taken lightly. As we enter into these days of Thanksgiving, Advent, and Christmas, please know that you are close to us in thought and prayer, that we are ever grateful for your partnership in this incredibly noble task, forming young people who know and love Jesus and who share Him freely with a world so rich in opportunities to be of service!

Be Blessed,

Charles D. Imbergamo President and CEO

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S COHOO LO L B BOOAALetter ISchool RI R Board Chair L E T TL EE RT T FE RR O FMR OS MC H RR DD Cfrom CH HA A

Dear Friends

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ooking back, the 2012-2013 school year certainly continued IWA’s nearly century and a half tradition of excellence in Catholic education. This sustained high performance is the result of the hard work and dedication of the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament, faculty, administration, students, and their families. IWA continues to graduate students prepared to succeed at the next level. As usual, 100% of the Class of 2013 was accepted into colleges, and they earned a total of $5.7 million in scholarship offers. Parents of recent graduates discover the financial return on their IWA investment in the form of scholarships, college credits earned while in high school, and eager students prepared to complete undergraduate degrees on or ahead of schedule. Our students become well-rounded individuals, benefitting from a great diversity of school-sponsored programs and activities. They continue to excel in multiple sports at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. All of this is built upon a foundation of Christian values, emphasized by being of service in the community. As a parent, it has been a great pleasure watching my children and their classmates mature into extraordinary young adults. I look forward to following their early careers, knowing that they will be leaders in our community and have a positive influence on our culture.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

2012 -2013

Dr. Paxton Longwell, Chair Rod Martin, Vice-Chair Joe E. Coco, Treasurer Charles D. Imbergamo, President and CEO, Ex-officio Mike Lippincott ’81, Chair Emeritus Sr. Michelle Marie Kuntscher ’60, Superior General, Ex-officio Barry Clark Tim Ehrman ‘86 Sammie Grunwald Sr. Juliane Kuntscher ‘55 Frances Mir ‘65 Dave Thomas Stephen Thomas Sr. Brenda Thompson ‘56

Our program of infrastructure improvements continued last year with the completion of the track and field complex, new turf and irrigation for the soccer field, renovation of the high school Strength and Conditioning Center, and middle level cardiovascular fitness room. As always, we appreciate the continued support of the entire IWA community as we work to complete our current Enlighten, Inspire, and Strengthen campaign. The new Montessori building is scheduled to break ground as soon as we can achieve the pledges and payments necessary for phase II of our campaign. During these difficult economic times, we remain mindful of the cost of private, Catholic education and strive to make IWA the best education value in the entire state. Finally, we are thankful that you have chosen to be a member of the IWA family. The Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament, faculty, administration, and school board are honored to participate in the education of an amazing group of children. We consider it a privilege and awesome responsibility; and recognize that the Academy succeeds only to the extent that its graduates do. As noted in our mission statement, IWA remains a place “...where the individual gifts of every student are recognized, celebrated, and developed as a reflection of Christ.” It is a great time to be an IWA Angel!

With best regards,

Paxton Longwell

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L E THonor T E R Roll F RofODonors M I WA

Platinum Archangel ($15,000 +) Anonymous Brent and Stephanie Bottom Mr. and Mrs. Joe Braman Mr. Thomas L. Carlisle Mr. and Mrs. Barry K. Clark Ed Rachal Foundation Amy and Timothy J. Ehrman ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hicks Incarnate Word Academy Athletic Booster Club Incarnate Word Academy Foundation John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation Scanlan Foundation Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament

Golden Archangel ($10,000 +) Miguel A. Berastain ’92 Citgo Refining and Chemicals, Inc. Joe and Margot Ortega Coco Bob and Catherine Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rumley San Jacinto Title Services of Corpus Christi Aneda R. Shead Zablocki ’43

Silver Archangel ($5,000 +) Anonymous Mrs. Mary Gayle Braman Carlisle Insurance Agency Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Dobson Bobby and Donna Gough Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius M. Hayes, III Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Layton Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pettus Kimberley and Bernard Seger Craig and Barbara Sico Strake Foundation Donald and Susan Milloy Taft ’62 David and Mona Barrientes Tehle ’78

Bronze Archangel ($2,500 +) David and Ann Skrobarczyk Adams ’73 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Bell, Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Camacho Frost Bank Fulton Coastcon General Contractors Jimmy and Cecilia Garcia-Akers ’70 Martha F. Ocker Gau ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Groesbeck Groesbeck-Bevly, Inc Harry W. Hamilton Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jason P. Hoelscher Mr. and Mrs. David W. Hoffman Incarnate Word Academy Secondary Level PTO John Bludworth Shipyard Mrs. Robin Kennedy Captain and Mrs. Alex Kirkland George Anne Hubert Muckleroy ’55 Navy Army Community Credit Union Mrs. Dianne Raska Mr. and Mrs. Luciano Salazar Louise McMahon Scanlon ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Skrobarczyk, Sr. Texas A&M University-Kingsville Mr. and Mrs. Dave Thomas TriRock Energy Mrs. Elvera J. Zanetti

Archangel ($1,000 +) Dr. Javier Alonso and Mrs. Michelle Alonso-Bauer American Bank Anaqua Exploration and Production Company Mr. and Mrs. William R. Baker, III Bank of America Kenneth G. Bath ’78 Dr. and Mrs. Drake Beauchamp Mr. Sam N. Beecroft and Dr. Melissa A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Cody N. Bell Gloria Nieman Bell ’46 Mr. and Mrs. Derek C. Bibby Pat Megerle Booth ’49 Elliott and Adelle Bottom Mr. and Mrs. David D. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Byrom Canterbury Design and Construction Cars 4 Cash Christus Spohn Health System Mr. William H. Cleavelin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Cobbs

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Core Coastal Realty Drs. Rafael Coutin and Mary Dale Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Cox Dr. Wallace Crozier, M. D. Cy and DeeDee Richards Foundation Mrs. Maria T. De Ases Dr. and Mrs. Miguel A. De Leon Jim and Caryl Devlin Diocese of Corpus Christi Dr. and Mrs. David M. Donald Mrs. Julia B. Eleazer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Elliott Ferrell/Brown and Associates Francisco’s Salon Friends of Incarnate Word Academy Facility Solutions Group Dr. Rufino Gonzalez and Mrs. Barbara Birr-Gonzalez Grace W. Dobson Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Victor Guajardo Mr. and Mrs. Casey E. Hannigan Mr. Bryan K. Harris Incarnate Word Academy Elementary Level PTO Ms. Ann M. Jaime J. Fred, CCCA ’64 and Janice Johnson Robert J. Klepac, CCCA ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Dean I. Lawry Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey G. Glasrud Love Chrysler, Inc. Mrs. Linda McClure Drs. Michael and Sandra McCutchon MD Anderson Cancer Center Meadows Foundation, Inc. Mr. Ralph F. Meyer and Dr. Pamela S. Meyer Jeannette Stryk Miles ’60 O’Connor and Hewitt Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Shawn C. O’Connor Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church Parker School Uniforms Mary Loretta Vatzlavick Peebles ’54 Geraldine Kresse Pritchard ’64 Drs. George and Kathleen Rasmussen Cy and Dee Dee Richards Josephine E. Levek Schmidt ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Shea Shea Physical Therapy Mr. and Mrs. Ron Simank


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St. Pius X Catholic Church U.S. Department of the Navy Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Villa Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wallace Whataburger, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yeager

Guardian Angel ($500 +) Allied Waste Systems Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Anderson Brad C. and Victoria Morrison Anderson ’88 Mr. Thomas E. Baker, Sr. Mrs. Adrienne L. Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Tripp Batey Mr. and Mrs. Randall J. Berry Brinca! Roseann Reeb Clever ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Cook Corpus Christi Electric Corpus Christi General and Implant Dentistry Mr. and Mrs. Gasper C. D’Anna, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. De Leon Mr. and Mrs. David J. Douglas Dugan Eye Institute Dr. and Mrs. John Dugan, II Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Ellison Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. Joshua G. English Diane S. Tagliabue Ferbrache ’70 Dr. and Mrs. Jaime E. Fergie Mr. Henry F. Fey, CCCA ’56 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Ficenec Kathleen Grisell Floyd ’68 Dr. and Mrs. Max Rony Francois Dr. Brenda Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Adolfo Garza Mr. Michael L. Garza and Ms. Angie Beltran Mr. and Mrs. James D. Gonzales Gowan Elizondo LLP Gene C. ‘80 and Celeste M. Vermeulen Guernsey ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Erin F. Hall Father James Hamilton Dr. and Mrs. Charles Hornsby Mr. and Mrs. Laverne P. Hubert, II Mr. Charles D. Imbergamo Gary and Melanie Villarreal Jennings ’96

Gerard R. Jimenez, CCCA ’72 Katz 21 Steak and Spirits Kenny and Amy Taft Koch ’87 Ann and Michael Lippincott ’81 Dr. and Mrs. Ryan W. Loftin M. Jo Malins ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Rod J. Martin Dr. F. James McCutchon Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. McNiff, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Jorge E. Mendizabal Mike Shaw Toyota Drs. Maria and Lupe Morales Ms. Pamela K. Morin Dr. and Mrs. Andres Nisimblat Thomas and Pamela B. Kubala Nye ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Ramiro Ochoa Lorie Kingsbury Peetz ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Pompa Dr. and Mrs. Franz I. Puyol Mr. and Mrs. Florencio H. Rendon Rister Crankshaft Specialists LTD Mr. and Mrs. Rick Rister Evelyn A. Roach ’51 Kathy and Mike Rock Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rumley Sal-Con, Inc. Norma Gutierrez San Miguel ’61 Scott Electric Company Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Silva Mr. and Mrs. Joe Soto Texas Lone Star Petroleum Corporation Turbonetics Engineering and Services Mr. and Mrs. James Wesselski

Angel ($100 +) Anonymous Marie Sikes Adian ’72 Marie A. Orsak Alkema ’48 Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Allen, D. D. S. Mr. and Mrs. Juan Alvarado, Jr. Joanne F. Mireur Anderson ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Brett Anthony Alma A. Saavedra Anzaldua ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ashley Kathryn Slosson Bailey ’66 Mrs. Laura M. Baker

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Barcom Commercial, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. E. Darryl Barnes MSgt. Gustavo G. Barrera Dr. and Mrs. Milton A. Beato Mr. and Mrs. Pankaj Bhakta Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Braugh, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Brown Bud and Peggy White Brown ’55 Pamela Buhidar ’69 Ms. Julie Buhidar-Long Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio G. Cantu, Sr. Elaine Longoria Carter ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chatelain Drs. Wassim and Joelle Choucair Mark, CCCA ’69 and Margaret Cooper ‘70 Czech Catholic Union of Texas K J T Society ’72 Danny, CCCA ’72 and Debbie Kureska Diegel ’72 Johnnie Punky Eden ’57 Rick G. ‘84 and Lori A. Garza Ehrman ’84 Patricia Murray Eisenhauer ’61 Mr. and Mrs. John Ellington Mr. and Mrs. Lupe E. Espinoza, Jr. Adolph P. Falcon ’81 Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. Deacon and Mrs. Frank H. Fischer, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. George Flood Mr. Joe A. Flores and Mrs. Priscilla Vasquez-Flores Cecelia Kucera Fox ’68 Marie O. Durbin Frontera ’56 Mary Louise H. Gerant Gaines ’57 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Galvan Mr. and Mrs. Federico O. Garcia Ms. Maria H. Gauntt Teresa Seward Gill ’63 Mr. William F. Goldston Margaret M. Gollihar ’49 Arnold and Mary Berlanga Gonzales ’58 Patrice Runte Graffigna ’80 Mr. and Mrs. David W. Green Patricia C. Gregory Green ’41 Ms. Sammie H. Grunwald Dr. and Mrs. Franz Hallermann Mrs. Emma L. Harney Mrs. Stephanie N. Hatridge The Honorable and Mrs. Hayden Head Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Heilman Duane S. ‘81 and Janet Herbst


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Carmen Hernandez ’71 Bertha Saenz Hinojosa ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Jose Hinojosa Charles and Cecilia Scecina Hoelscher ’54 Jarlath Baskett Hoffman ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Russell House Rev. Monsignor Michael A. Howell Kathryn Havelka Hunt ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Imbergamo Mrs. JoAnn Jackson Carol Feudo Jansen ’75 Mildred Sheppard Jones ’51 Mrs. Vicki Jurica Martha Ann Scecina Kolda ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Kudlicki Margie Nemec Kureska ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kutz Mr. and Mrs. John J. Leeson Ms. Virginia Linn Mary Beth Mireur Lofton ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Lyles, Jr. Dorothy Reindl Malo ’61 David F. Martineau, CCCA ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo Martinez, Jr. Evelyn Sablatura Martini ’47 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Matl James McBride, CCCA ’47 McAllen Catholic Daughters, Court 2368 Mrs. Atlee McCauley Mr. William J. McCauley, II Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan D. McComb Mrs. Susan J. McCrone Helen Meaney-Dudley ’76 Miriam Mellon ’63 Ann E. Gallagher Middour ’49 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Moffitt Mrs. Darla K. Montano Mr. and Mrs. Bobby R. Moore, Jr. Kathleen Shropshire Mulvey ’66 Mrs. Loraine Nemec Christopher Nicholson ’80 Louise Cline O’Callahan ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ocker Mrs. Virginia L. O’Connor Barbara Olivarez ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Olivarez, Jr. John and Molly Fritz Olohan ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Colin Orgill

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Drs. Jose E. Pagan and Yvette Reyes Evangelino ’85 and Stella Campos Pangilinan ’85 Ms. Patricia Parker Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Pena Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Pena Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Penley Mr. and Mrs. Martin Perez Donald and Cecile Hendricks Pesek ’76 Diane Peck Peters ’58 Linda L. Waldrep Prowse ’63 Judie Horn Pruett ’66 Patrick Reiss ’81 Beatrice Arispe Reyes ’70 Sandra Slavik Richardson ’50 Patricia Riek ’58 Mr. Edward J. Russek, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eligio Saenz Hilda Garcia Sanchez ’55 Diane Shackelford Sanders ’60 Diane G. Schonefeld Scanlan ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Don Schauer Ms. Gail Schiebrel Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schultz Dr. and Mrs. Kyle R. Shipley Mrs. Shirley Shockley Shores AG-Air, Inc. Susie Lippincott Short ’76 Peggy Sidler ’69 Karon Walker Siewiorek ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Ruben P. Sifuentes, Sr. Janet Sikes ’71 Malvina Knapek Slovak ’52 Smart Plumbing Dr. Eugene Snouffer Ms. Anne Stevenson Joe, CCCA ’50 and Jerre Shotwell Sullivan ’49 Dr. William E. Swan Fred A. Tadlock, CCCA ’50 Rachel Rachal Taylor ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Brad Thedin Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Thering Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel E. Thomas Jo Ann Blaschke Thornton ’59 TNH Transport LLC Margaret Mokry Tomlin ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Pedro V. Trevino Loraine Till Underbrink ’43

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Michael Underbrink ’88 United Services Automobile Association Ms. Beverly Wallace Cornelia Connelly Watson ’65 Kenneth and Anna Marie Durkota Weller ’60 Laura Wilmot Sheehy ’70 Dr. and Mrs. Jesse Woodall Janice Woods-Hartman ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Jamison N. Wyatt Genevieve Harrod Zapata ’70

Cherub (up to $99) Anonymous Madison Aboud ’13 Mrs. Laura Adams ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Terrell D. Allison Shannay Baradaran ’13 Alex Barrera ’13 Irma Salazar Benavides ’62 Jaimie Bibby ’13 Dan Bomer ’13 Avery Bottom ’13 Jackson Bright ’13 John L. Bronold ’13 Max Buchan ’13 Teresa L. Burghardt Burgher ’69 Marie Herschbach Callis ’49 Mrs. Stella Campos Annette M. Sykora Carpenter ’65 Marissa Justine Carreon ’12 Jacob Clark ’13 Bree Cosme ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Craig Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. De Mott Denise’s Unlimited, Inc. Trent Dimas ’13 Brittany Donald ’13 John Patrick Dunne ’12 Annabelle Dura ’13 Kayla Dural ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Allan F. Eisman Alegre Elizondo ’13 Janis I. Phillips Evans ’65 Cristian Fernandez ’13 Derek Ficenec ’13 Charlotte Guerra Garcia ’56 Mrs. Dottie Garcia

Jacob Garza ’13 Alyssa Gentry ’13 Janet E. Hoban Glaser ’73 Madison Groesbeck ’13 Mary Mireur Grote ’69 Hannah Louise Grunwald ’12 Chelsea Guerra ’13 Ms. Audrey Hagemann Bill and Bernadette Rollins Hardcastle ’66 Michael Harrington ’13 Norma Lee Harvey ’50 Larry Hatch, CCCA ’55 Dodie Heredia ’13 Sister Camelia Herlihy, IWBS ’54 Mrs. Louise Hobbs Taylor Hubbard ’13 Dr. and Mrs. Juan C. Huerta Susan E. Farek Hulburt ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Janota Ms. Darcy L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Kappler Patrick J. Keehan ’92 Christopher H. ’86 and Jessica Kemp Roy ’46 and Rose Coonrod King ’49 Elizabeth Kirkland ’13 Karyn Farrow Kliem ’60 Lydia A. Cruse Krause ’75 Teers Kroeger ’13 Ms. Ann Kwiatkowski Kevin Lira ’13 Helen R. DiVincenzo Long ’44 Madison Longwell ’13 Jeanette Pavlasek Looka ’63 Linda Lopez-George ’78 Gustavo Madero ’13 Tricia Stefek Majek ’75 Zachary Martin ’13 Melodye Nelson Martinelli ’63 Barbara Andruss McKillop ’52 Frank McNiff ’13 Ms. Mary Ann Mehnert Katia Mendizabal ’13 Mrs. Maria S. Mijares Mr. Wallace A., CCCA ’49 and Barbara J. Mikulik Shelby Miller ’60 Irma Baca Mireles ’82 Rose Marie Orsak Moen ’56


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Elizabeth J. Vetters Mokry ’57 Matthew Morrison ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Gerry C. Morrow Mount Carmel Home Mary Leona Gallagher Murff ’47 Mrs. Connie B. Nelson Miles Franklin Novack ’12 J.D. Noyola ’13 Bernadette Gold O’Grady ’51 Andrew Orgill ’13 Mia Pannone ’13 Claire Gesting Phillips ’72

Deanna Ramirez ’13 Lorraine Coldewey Reagan ’54 Gabi Rendon ’13 Daniela Rivera ’13 Adrian Xavier Rodriguez ’12 Olivia Rodriguez ’13 Madeline Meehan Ryberg ’60 Lauren Saenz ’13 Michael Salloum ’13 Hayley Sanchez ’13 Miranda Sauceda ’13 Margaret Anderson Sciantarelli ’37

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Jason Simank ’13 Samantha Michelle Skurka ’12 Mary Pat Kelly Slavik ’45 Kevin Smith ’13 Benjamin Sorrell ’13 Gilberto Sosa ’13 Tyler Suarez ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Swinney Clara Isabel Anorga Tamez ’12 Andrew Thomas ’13 Geraldine Kelly Thomson ’52 Michael Tinning ’13

Victoria Elizabeth Torres ’12 Sam and Alice F. Peck Vaughan ’55 Sebastian Villamil ’13 Anna Maria Villarreal ’69 Ms. Isabel H. Walsh Wyatt Whitworth, Jr., CCCA ’56 Jesse Woodall ’13 Edwin E. Zapalac, CCCA ’47 Elsie Brown Zarnowitz ’41

Living Stones Building the Mission Recognition Society

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n gratitude for and recognition of loyal and generous major donors who have contributed significant financial support for the advancement of the school’s mission, IWA has established the Incarnate Word Academy Recognition Society, Living Stones Building the Mission. Based on the scripture from 1 Peter 2:5. “Like living stones let ourselves be built into a spiritual house,” the society acknowledges those who have contributed cumulative gifts of $50,000 or more. The names in italics represent the members who were inducted in the 2012–2013 year. Steeples ($1,000,000+)

CornerStones ($100,000+)

Foundation Stones ($50,000+)

Anonymous Elena Suess Kenedy John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation Scanlan Foundation

Joe and Margot Ortega-Coco Anonymous E. Brent and Stephanie H. Bottom Elliott and Adelle Bottom Jim and Caryl Devlin James R. Dougherty, Jr. Foundation Timothy J. Ehrman Family The Estill Foundation H.B. “Hank” and Mary McGrath Harkins Foundation IWA Elementary Level PTO Jeannette Holloway Cy and Dee Dee Richards Earl C. Sams Foundation Kimberley and Bernard Seger

David G. and Ann S. Adams Anonymous The Barberitos Behmann Brothers Foundation E. Brent and Stephanie H. Bottom Ferrell/Brown and Associates Tom Carlisle and Family Joe and Margot Ortega-Coco Jim and Caryl Devlin Timothy J. Ehrman Family Bobby and Donna Gough Harry W. Hamilton Foundation Marcy G. and Cornelius M. Hayes III Bob and Catherine Hilliard Jeannette Holloway Robert Schwan-Anne Kriescher Charitable Foundation Paul D. and Daphne Laudadio Paul H. and Fay Laudadio Manti Resources Nan McGloin

Capstones ($750,000+) Scanlan Foundation

Archways ($500,000+) John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation Scanlan Foundation

Pillars ($250,000+) E. Brent and Stephanie H. Bottom Elliott and Adelle Bottom IWA Athletic Booster Club Scanlan Foundation Alan and Mamie Stoner Aneda Shead Zablocki ‘43

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Mr. Ralph Meyer and Dr. Pamela Meyer George Ann Hubert Muckleroy Patty and Joe Mueller Dennis O’Connor Earl C. Sams Foundation Bernard and Kim Seger Craig and Barbara Sico Brian David Charles and Kathryn Snapka Roman and Sophie Bezdek Snapka Marguerite Sours Foundation Strake Foundation Donald and Susan Taft Stephen and Kathleen Turner Beverly and Paul York Aneda Shead Zablocki ’43


L E TPresident’s T E R F RCircle O M I WA

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n 2011, The President’s Circle, an annual giving society, was established to promote renewable and replaceable contributions that are significant in amount and help ensure a successful campaign. Through annual commitments beginning at $1,000, members of the President’s Circle set the standard for giving at Incarnate Word Academy. Our President’s Circle members know that the consistency of their leadership is a commitment to excellence at Incarnate Word Academy. A huge thank you to those who joined the 2012-2013 President’s Circle and contributed to the annual fund appeal.

Alex and Carol Kirkland President’s Circle, Co-Chairs

David G. and Ann S. Skrobarczyk Adams ’73 James G. and Cecilia Garcia Akers ’70 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Baker, III Kenneth G. Bath ’78 Dr. and Mrs. Drake Beauchamp Mr. Sam N. Beecroft and Dr. Melissa Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Cody N. Bell Pat Megerle Booth ’49 Mr. and Mrs. E. Brent Bottom Mrs. Mary Gayle Braman Mr. and Mrs. Barry K. Clark Mr. William H. Cleavelin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Coco Drs. Rafael Coutin and Mary Dale Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Cox Dr. Wallace Crozier, M. D. Dr. and Mrs. Miguel A. De Leon Mr. and Mrs. James T. Devlin Mrs. Julia B. Eleazer Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Elliott Martha F. Ocker Gau ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Gough, II Mr. and Mrs. Victor Guajardo Mr. and Mrs. Casey E. Hannigan Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius M. Hayes, III Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. Jason P. Hoelscher

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Ms. Ann M. Jaime J. Fred, CCCA ’64 and Janice Johnson Capt. and Mrs. Alex Kirkland Robert J. Klepac, CCCA ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Dean I. Lawry Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Layton Mr. Joseph McCabe and Mrs. Katia Ramos McCabe Mr. Ralph Meyer and Dr. Pamela Meyer Jeannette Stryk Miles ’60 George Anne Hubert Muckleroy ’55 Mary Loretta Vatzlavick Peebles ’54 Geraldine Kresse Pritchard ’64 Mrs. Dianne Raska Drs. George and Kathleen Rasmussen Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rumley Louise McMahon Scanlon ’60 Josephine E. Levek Schmidt ’61 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Shea Mr. and Mrs. Ron Simank David and Mona Barrientes Tehle ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Villa Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Jay Woodall Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yeager Aneda R. Shead Zablocki ’43


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Class of ’37 Margaret Anderson Sciantarelli Class of ’41 Elsie Brown Zarnowitz Patricia Gregory Green Class of ’43 May Janecek Kollaja Loraine Till Underbrink Aneda Shead Zablocki Class of ’44 Helen DiVincenzo Long Class of ’45 Mary Pat Kelly Slavik Class of ’46 Gloria Nieman Bell Class of ’47 Evelyn Sablatura Martini James McBride, CCCA Mary Leona Gallagher Murff Edwin E. Zapalac, CCCA Class of ’48 Marie Orsak Alkema Martha Ann Scecina Kolda Margie Nemec Kureska Class of ’49 Pat Megerle Booth Marie Herschbach Callis Diane Slavik Cook Margaret Gollihar Rose Coonrod King Ann Gallagher Middour Wallace A. Mikulik, CCCA Jerre Shotwell Sullivan Class of ’50 Norma Lee Fenner Harvey Robert J. Klepac, CCCA Sandra Slavik Richardson Joe Sullivan, CCCA Fred A. Tadlock, CCCA Class of ’51 Roseann Reeb Clever Louise Kadlecek Hobbs Mildred Sheppard Jones Bernadette Gold O’Grady Evelyn A. Roach

Class Of ’52 Barbara Andruss McKillop Malvina Knapek Slovak Gerry Kelly Thomson

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Class of ’61 Pat Murray Eisenhauer Dorothy Reindl Malo Norma Gutierrez San Miguel Josephine Levek Schmidt

Class of ’53 Jarlath Baskett Hoffman

Class of ’62 Irma Salazar Benavides Bertha Saenz Hinojosa Mary Beth Mireur Lofton Diane Schonefeld Scanlan Susan Milloy Taft

Class of ’54 Sister Camelia Herlihy, IWBS Cecilia Scecina Hoelscher Mary Loretta Peebles Lorraine Coldewey Reagan

Class of ’63 Teresa Seward Gill Jeanette Pavlasek Looka Melodye Nelson Martinelli Miriam A. Mellon Linda Waldrep Prowse

Class of ’55 Peggy White Brown Larry Hatch, CCCA David F. Martineau, CCCA George Anne Hubert Muckleroy Hilda Garcia Sanchez Rachel Katherine Taylor Alice Peck Vaughan

Class of ’64 Joanne Mireur Anderson J. Fred Johnson, CCCA Barbara Olivarez Geraldine Kresse Pritchard Margaret Mokry Tomlin

Class of ’56 Henry F. Fey, CCCA Marie Durbin Frontera Charlotte Guerra Garcia Rose Marie Orsak Moen Wyatt C. Whitworth, Jr.

Classof ’65 Annette Sykora Carpenter Elaine Longoria Carter Janis Phillips Evans Frances Mir Cornelia Connelly Watson

Class of ’57 Johnnie Punky Eden Mary Louise Gerant Gaines Elizabeth Vetters Mokry

Class of ’66 Alma Saavedra Anzaldua Kathryn Slosson Bailey Bernadette Rollins Hardcastle Kathleen Shropshire Mulvey Judie Horn Pruett

Class of ’58 Mary Berlanga Gonzales Louise (Bunny) Cline O’Callahan Diane Peck Peters Patricia Riek Class of ’59 Karon Walker Siewiorek Jo Ann Blaschke Thornton

Class of ’67 M. Jo Malins Class of ’68 Kathleen Grisell Floyd Cecelia Kucera Fox

Class of ’60 Karyn Farrow Kliem Jeannette Stryk Miles Shelby Miller Madeline Meehan Ryberg Diane Shackelford Sanders Louise McMahon Scanlon Anna Marie Durkota Weller

Class of ’69 Pamela Buhidar Teresa Burghardt Burgher Mark A. Cooper, CCCA Mary Mireur Grote Susan Farek Hulburt

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Peggy Sidler Anna Maria Villarreal Class of ’70 Margaret Kucera Cooper Diane Tagliabue Ferbrache Cecilia Garcia-Akers Beatrice Arispe Reyes Laura Wilmot Sheehy Genevieve Harrod Zapata Class of ’71 Carmen Hernandez Kathy Havelka Hunt Janet E. Sikes Class of ’72 Marie Sikes Adian Debbie Kureska Diegel Danny Diegel, Jr., CCCA Gerard R. Jimenez, CCCA Claire Gesting Phillips Class of ’73 Ann Skrobarczyk Adams Janet Hoban Glaser Class of ’75 Carol Feudo Jansen Lydia Cruse Krause Tricia Stefek Majek Janice Woods-Hartman Class of ’76 Helen Meaney-Dudley Cecile Hendricks Pesek Susie Lippincott Short Class of ’78 Ken Bath Linda Lopez-George Pamela Kubala Nye Mona Barrientes Tehle Class of ’80 Patrice Runte Graffigna Gene C. Guernsey Christopher L. Nicholson Class of ’81 Adolph P. Falcon Duane S. Herbst Mike Lippincott Patrick S. Reiss


L E TGiving T E R byF Class R O M I WA Class of ’82 Irma Baca Mireles

Class of ’90 Michael D. Canterbury

Class of ’83 Lorie Kingsbury Peetz

Class of ’92 Miguel A. Berastain, Jr. Martha F. Gau Patrick J. Keehan

Class of ’84 Lori Garza Ehrman Rick G. Ehrman Class of ’85 Evangelino Q. Pangilinan, Jr. Stella Campos Pangilinan Class of ’86 Tim Ehrman Christopher H. Kemp Class of ’87 Amy Taft Koch Class Of ’88 Victoria Morrison Anderson Michael Underbrink

Class of ’95 Laura K. Canterbury Adams Class of ’96 Melanie Villarreal Jennings Class of ’99 Molly Fritz Olohan Class of ’12 Marissa J. Carreon John P. Dunne Hannah L. Grunwald Miles F. Novack Adrian X. Rodriguez Samantha M. Skurka Clara Tamez Victoria E. Torres

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Class of ’13 Madison Aboud Shannay Baradaran Alex Barrera Jaimie Bibby Dan Bomer Avery Bottom Jackson Bright John Bronold Max Buchan Jacob Clark Bree Cosme Trent Dimas Brittany Donald Annabelle Dura Kayla Dural Alegre Elizondo Cristian Fernandez Derek Ficenec Jacob Garza Alyssa Gentry Madison Groesbeck Chelsea Guerra Michael Harrington Dodie Heredia Taylor Hubbard

Elizabeth Kirkland Teers Kroeger Kevin Lira Madison Longwell Gustavo Madero Zachary Martin Frank McNiff Katia Mendizabal Matthew Morrison J.D. Noyola Andrew Orgill Mia Pannone Deanna Ramirez Gabi Rendon Daniela Rivera Olivia Rodriguez Lauren Saenz Michael Salloum Hayley Sanchez Miranda Sauceda Jason Simank Kevin Smith Benjamin Sorrell Gilberto Sosa Tyler Suarez Andrew Thomas

Michael Tinning Sebastian Villamil Jesse Woodall

Special Gifts Adopt-A-Student

Mr. Thomas L. Carlisle Mrs. Maria T. De Ases Dobson Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Layton

Gifts In Kind

Dr. Ruben J. Almanza Brad and Victoria Morrison Anderson ’88 Barbara’s Fashion Jewelry & Gift Mr. and Mrs. James P. Bell, Jr. Benjamin’s Boutique Du Jour Salon and Spa Mr. and Mrs. Joe Braman Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Braugh, Jr. Brinca! Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Buhidar, Jr. Diane Slavik Cook ’49 Cookies By Design Corpus Christi Geological Society Mr. Edward A. Costley and Mrs. Teresa L. Gauntt-Costley Jim and Caryl Devlin Drunkn’ Noodlez Restaurant

Everest Coffee & Bottled Water Dr. and Mrs. Jaime E. Fergie Dr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Fernandez Frank’s Produce Freebirds World Burrito Freedom Fitness FSG Electric Gatherings Glam-R-Us Boutique Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Groesbeck H. E. B. Hair Peace Salon & Beauty Sanctum Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hickham, Jr. Hurricane Alley Waterpark Mr. Charles D. Imbergamo James Mathis Exxon Gary and Melanie Villarreal Jennings ’96 Jewels Clothing and Accessories Judilyn Mr. and Mrs. John D. Kretsinger La Michoacana Bakery, Inc. La Playa Mexican Restaurant and Cantina Ann and Michael Lippincott ’81 Liquid Town, Inc.

Dr. and Mrs. Ryan W. Loftin Mac’s Barbecue Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo Martinez, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Matisons Mr. and Mrs. Marco L. Mattolini McDonald’s Ms. Rose M. Mena Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Mendoza Mr. Ronnie C. Meyer Dr. and Mrs. Andres Nisimblat Dr. and Mrs. Hector J. Ortiz Ovation Food Service Mr. and Mrs. James Pierce Pizza State Poor Man’s Country Club Price’s Chef Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quintanilla Results Personal Training Mr. and Mrs. Francisco H. Reyes, Jr. Rockport Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Scanio, III Schlotzsky’s Deli Scripps Howard Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joe Soto 12

Susan Castor Collection Donald and Susan Milloy Taft ’62 Taqueria Acapulco Taqueria Alteno Taqueria Jalisco #19 The Love Note Christian Gifts Turner’s Gardenland Wallbanger’s Yoga Studio of Corpus Christi

Matching Gifts

Bank of America John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation United Services Automobile Association

Designated Gifts

Anonymous Marie Herschbach Callis ’49 Joe and Margot Ortega Coco Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Craig Czech Catholic Union of Texas K J T Society 72 Denise’s Unlimited, Inc.


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Designated Gifts (cont.) Mr. and Mrs. Hugh C. Dobson Allan F. Eisman Charlotte Guerra Garcia ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Federico O. Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hicks Mrs. Louise Hobbs Incarnate Word Academy Athletic Booster Club Jeanette Pavlasek Looka ’63 Mrs. Linda McClure MD Anderson Cancer Center Mary Ann Mehnert Mr. and Mrs. Bobby R. Moore, Jr. Mount Carmel Home

Kathleen Shropshire Mulvey ’66 Thomas and Pamela B. Kubala Nye ’78 Louise Cline O’Callahan ’58 Diane Peck Peters ’58 Mary Pat Kelly Slavik ’45 Anna Maria Villarreal ’69 Whataburger, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Woodall Mrs. Elvera J. Zanetti

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Special Gifts

Incarnate Word Academy Foundation John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation Meadows Foundation, Inc. O’Connor and Hewitt Foundation Scanlan Foundation Strake Foundation

Foundation Gifts

Anonymous Cy and DeeDee Richards Foundation Grace W. Dobson Family Foundation Ed Rachal Foundation Harry W. Hamilton Foundation

Gifts in Honor of Mrs. Laura M. Baker

Incarnate Word Academy School Board

Mrs. Laura McCracken

Jaimie Bibby ’13

Sister Jude Janecek, IWBS ’57

Bobby and Blaine Moore

Mr. Emmanuel L. Jurica

Ms. Abbey R. Shockley

Ms. Marivel A. Jurica

Mr. Houston D. Shockley

Mr. Edward “Hicks” Layton

Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Baker, III Mr. and Mrs. Derek C. Bibby US Department of the Navy

Mrs. Lela Burghardt

Teresa L. Burghardt Burgher ’69

Mr. Alvino Campos Mrs. Stella Campos

Sister Olga Cardona, IWBS

Mr. Charles D. Imbergamo Anonymous

Mrs. Vicki Jurica Mrs. Vicki Jurica

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Layton

Mrs. Ottilia Durbin

Mr. William “Wills” Layton

Marie O. Durbin Frontera ’56

Sister Patrice Floyd, IWBS ’57 Margaret M. Gollihar ’49

Mr. Joseph Grote Mary Mireur Grote ’69

Sister Camelia Herlihy, IWBS ’54 Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rumley Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rumley

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rumley Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Pena Mrs. Shirley Shockley Mrs. Shirley Shockley

Kathryn Slosson Bailey ’66 Mr. Bryan K. Harris

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Layton

Sister Agnes Marie Tengler, IWBS ’43

Ms. Gillian F. Lippincott

Ms. Caroline Welch

Ms. Gail Schiebrel

Ms. Paige M. Lippincott Ms. Gail Schiebrel

Leo and Jonah Lugo Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Pena

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The Honorable and Mrs. Hayden Head


L E TEnlighten, T E R F RInspire, O M I and W AStrengthen P R E S Campaign I D E N T

Phase I: Complete! Austin Street Athletic Complex

Blessing and Dedication Ceremony I

t was an important date in history for Incarnate Word Academy. The school welcomed parents, families, students, and friends to its Blessing and Dedication Ceremony of the Austin Street Athletic Complex on February 1. The program began with a welcome by IWA School Board Chair Paxton Longwell, and an opening prayer from High School Level Principal Jose Torres. “At least 500 people were in attendance,” IWA Executive Director of Advancement Connie Cadena said. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by IWA students Isabella Williams, Mary Matl, and Elizabeth Kirkland. Prior to the blessing of the complex, IWA junior Theresa Lopez sang the national anthem while the school band performed. Honored guests included Bishop Wm. Michael Mulvey, Ret. Lt. Gen. Marc Cisneros, CEO of the John G. and Marie Stella Kenedy Memorial Foundation, and Rep. Todd Hunter.

The ribbon cutting of the Austin Street Athletic Complex was different than traditional ribbon cutting events. Six athletes representing the elementary, middle, and high school levels raced to the finish line — which, in this case, was a giant red ribbon. Construction on the renovation of IWA’s Austin Street Athletic Complex began October 8, 2012. The complex provides student-athletes with a state-of-the-art facility which includes an all-weather track, batting and golf cages, storage facility for equipment, turf soccer field, zones for track and field events, and new fencing. “This is an exciting time for Incarnate Word Academy,” IWA President Charles D. Imbergamo said. “Our student-athletes work very hard and we are thankful for those who are partnering with us to make this happen.” Renovation of the Athletic Complex is phase one in our larger multi-year, enhancement project called the Enlighten, Inspire, and Strengthen campaign. The projected improvements will range in cost from $4.3 million dollars depending on

increases in construction cost over the next few years. “Today does not mark the end of the of the Enlighten Campaign”, Imbergamo added. “We are going to continue to inspire and dream and work hard, so that Phase II—building the new Montessori school, and Phase III—adding a middle school gymnasium—are realized.” For additional capital campaign details, to become a partner in making this campaign a reality, or to assist in campaign coordinator activities, please contact IWA Executive Director of Advancement Connie Cadena at ccadena@iwacc.org or 361-883-8229

Read more and view more photos from the Austin Street Athletic Complex at www.iwacc.org/publications

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R Left: State Representative Todd Hunter with the Sisters of the Incarnate Word and Blessed Sacrament. Right: Monsignor Louis Kihneman accompanies Bishop Michael Mulvey during the blessing of the new track and field.

Phase II: Expansion of the Elementary Level Construction of Montessori Building The proposed 12,000 sq. ft. Montessori building includes: t t t t

Seven classrooms Extended day facilities Administrative offices An Atrium for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd program Coming 2013-2014 Pending Successful Campaign Funding

Phase III: Construction of a Middle Level Gymnasium The proposed 11,000 sq. ft. facility includes: t t t t t t

One main court Restrooms Coaches’ office Concession/lobby area Volleyball courts Two-sided practice courts Coming 2014-2015 Pending Successful Campaign Funding 15


L E TSummary T E R F of R OContributions M I WA P R E S I D E N T

FUNDS Summary of Contributions Total: $1,410,293 IWA Foundation $236,278

Unrestricted $415,238

Restricted $758,877

ENLIGHTEN, INSPIRE AND STRENGTHEN CAMPAIGN Goal: $4,300,000 Total Commitments $2,389,170

5 Million 4 Million 3 Million 2 Million 1 Million

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CCH H A Financial I RI R A Overview

FINANCIAL OVERVIEW Co n s o l i d a t e d R e p o r t o f A l l Fu n d s : O p e ra t i n g, P l a n t , a n d C a f e t e r i a

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L E TStatements T E R F R of O M I W APosition P R E S I D E N T Financial

As of June 30, 2013 and 2012

2013

2012

ASSETS Current assets Cash and cash equivalents

$

441,764

$

707,175

Restricted cash

555,466

761,434

Pledges and accounts receivable

310,380

102,475

10,676

17,959

Prepaid expenses Deposits

1,000

1,000

Total current assets

1,319,286

1,590,043

Property and equipment, net

9,792,450

9,320,470

$ 11,111,736

$ 10,910,513

TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Current liabilities Accounts payable $ 12,343 $ 35,886 Advance tuition and fees 519,948 347,402 Total current liabilities 532,291 383,288 Long-term liabilities Notes payable 400,000 0 Net assets Unrestricted 9,623,979 9,765,791 Temporarily restricted 555,466 761,434 Total net assets 10,179,445 10,527,225 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ 11,111,736

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For the Years Ended June 30, 2013 and 2012

2013 2012

REVENUES

Tuition $ 5,118,689 $ 5,187,612 Discounts given on tuition (171,673) (209,778) Donations and grants 1,103,459 483,483 Support from IWA Foundation 422,840 447,440 Registration fees 413,968 438,427 Annual Appeal 435,623 169,368 Cafeteria receipts 212,767 195,272 Other income 88,069 86,086 Athletic fees and booster club 43,545 68,123 Parish subsidy 39,075 49,075 TOTAL REVENUES $ 7,706,362 $ 6,915,108 EXPENSES Salaries and benefits $ 5,298,539 $ 5,168,409 Depreciation 658,862 629,155 Repairs and maintenance 492,539 405,735 General and administrative 334,902 287,500 Utilities 275,371 261,193 Academic programs 241,995 242,906 Food and supply costs 189,133 146,728 Athletic programs 124,498 120,031 Technology 122,557 79,996 Insurance 116,310 111,772 Hospitality and Alumni 61,372 79,638 Marketing 55,260 40,293 Vehicles 52,652 57,534 Fundraising 27,779 0 Interest 2,373 0 TOTAL EXPENSES $ 8,054,142 $ 7,630,890 Decrease in net assets (347,780) (715,782) Net assets, beginning of year 10,527,225 11,243,007 NET ASSESTS, END OF YEAR $10,179,445 $10,527,225

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