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Photo credit: all photos on this page taken by Vernon Mullen ’05


Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas

Michael A. Earsing President Thomas E. Garrison ’92 Principal Rev. Francis W. Huete, S.J. Rector of the Jesuit Community David C. Berend Vice President & CFO Charles E. Vinson II Vice President of Institutional Advancement

SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2012-13

Chairman: Edwin S. Bell, Jr. Trustees: Rev. Ronald Boudreaux, S.J.; Michael A. Earsing; Carlos D. Esparza, S.J. ’98; Rev. Raymond Fitzgerald, S.J.; Thomas E. Garrison ’92; Rev. Francis W. Huete, S.J.; Joseph V. Hughes, Jr. ’71; Cheryl L. Joyner; Rev. Anthony Martinez, S.J.; Michael J. Marz ’74; Rick J. O’Brien ’82; Michael S. Rawlings; Clinton B. Shouse; Michael F. Terry

JESUIT FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2012-13

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We Are Jesuit Campaign | After five and a half years, the We Are Jesuit capital campaign came to a close, far surpassing its initial goals. The campaign raised funds for numerous campus improvements and endowments that will benefit the school for years to come.

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Message from Mike Earsing, President News + Notes Class Notes

Chairman: John A. Wensinger ’77 Trustees: Michael E. Agis ’96; Edwin S. Bell, Jr.; Joseph M. Coleman; J.D. Dell; Michael A. Earsing; George A. Fisk ’67; Douglas J. Lattner ’69; Michael J. Marz ’74; Thomas M. Melsheimer ’79; Joseph C. Murphy, Jr.; Scot W. O’Brien ’78; Phineas W. Stubbs, Jr. ’77; Timothy P. Tehan ’71; Charles E. Vinson II; Carol B. Wright

ADVANCEMENT STAFF

B.J. Antes Associate V.P. of Institutional Advancement Jan Deck Celebration Auction Coordinator Jessica Harbin Director of Development Joe Howard ’04 Digital Communications Associate James Kramer Director of Development for Communications and Donor Relations Rosann Mack Communications Associate Kevin Mullan Director of Alumni Relations Maureen Nawalaniec Accountant Kim Raschke Advancement Services Coordinator Lisa Thompson Administrative Assistant/Events Coordinator Rhonda White Director of Advancement Services

Weddings & New Arrivals

Jesuit Today is published for alumni, parents and friends by the Advancement Office.

In Memoriam

Printing: Eric Bonenberger ’90, Business Printing, Inc.

A Lasting Legacy: Paul Billings ’83

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Athletics News & Team Highlights

MISSION STATEMENT Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas offers young men an excellent, Catholic education in the classical Jesuit tradition with the purpose of forming a community of men of high moral principles and service to others.

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Graduation & College Destinations

Front cover: The highly recognizable facade of the new athletic complex, completed in October 2011. Opposite page: The Jesuit Class of 2013 gathers at McFarlin Auditorium on SMU’s campus for their graduation ceremony. After the ceremony, the class participated in “The Yell” as a group for the last time. For the list of college destinations for the Class of 2013, turn to page 17.

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Message from the President AUGUST 21

Vos Parates

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Freshman Orientation

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First Day of Class

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Football Home Opener and Postell Stadium Dedication

SEPTEMBER 10

College Night

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Father/Son Casino Night

OCTOBER 6

Challenge Drive Sunday

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Alumni Annual Fund Phonathon

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MAGIS Golf Classic

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Homecoming Celebration

NOVEMBER 8-9 & Fall Theater Production: 15-16 The Crucible 10

Preview Day

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Grandparents Day

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It is easy for me to express the dominant emotion I feel as we conclude our We Are Jesuit campaign – for it is a profound sense of gratitude. When we kicked off the campaign in 2007, no one envisioned that we would soon be in the throes of a great global recession. The fact that the campaign was successfully concluded during these trying times magnifies the gratitude I feel. St. Ignatius celebrates gratitude in his Spiritual Exercises, expressing how all good things and gifts descend from God. The work that Jesuit Dallas is entrusted to undertake in educating our students for competence, conscience and compassion is sustained by the success of our campaign. I have to believe that the success of this campaign is also manifested in the sustenance that it brings to the ultimate purpose of Jesuit education; the realization of the Kingdom of God in the whole of human society. With every trip through the hallways of Jesuit and every walk on the Jesuit campus, one gets touched by the fruits of the We Are Jesuit campaign. Sometimes this harvest is easy to visualize for it takes the form of bricks and mortar in the shape of classrooms, learning spaces, gathering halls, and athletic areas. It can also be seen and heard in the joy of learning, the laughter between student and teacher, and in the brotherly camaraderie that is so infused in the Jesuit community. Still, other times and perhaps in a much more profound realization, it takes the form of lives being changed and a future being forged for our world that can be characterized by the single word­—hope. Hope for a bright future for our world that is brought about by the graduates we send out into the world as Men for Others. Everything we undertake at Jesuit is made possible through the love of God as manifested by our partners in this mission of Jesuit education. The people who make up a Jesuit school are numerous: students, faculty, parents, alumni, and benefactors. It is through the generosity of you, our partner in this great mission that the Jesuit education in Dallas remains strong and vibrant, an instrument for God’s work and a beacon of hope for the future of us all.

Blessings,

JWA Christmas Bazaar

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Band Christmas Concert

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Christmas Break (Through January 5)

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Michael A. Earsing


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Annual Special Games Held at Jesuit On May 10, the Class of 2013 welcomed nearly 400 special athletes from 18 local schools to campus for a day of adaptive field games. Jordan Spieth ’11, who volunteered at the Vanguard School during his senior year, came back to campus for the day and generously donated Under Armour t-shirts to the student leaders in the senior class.

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Photo credit: Steve Ayres

Jesuit Spring Theater: Rumors and Spring One Acts & Musical Revue Jesuit Theater has added another hit to its repertoire with Neil Simon’s Rumors. The cast of 15 performed to packed houses over two weekends in April. Then for the first time in nearly a decade, there was music on the Jesuit stage when the Jesuit Musical Revue performed hits from nine Broadway shows during the always-funny Spring One Acts. A record-breaking 3,200 tickets were sold during the 2012-13 theater season. Next year’s shows are already generating excitement; be sure to see The Crucible this fall and the Mark Twain comedy Is He Dead? next spring.

JWA Woman of the Year 2013 At its spring luncheon, the Jesuit Women’s Auxilary (JWA) recognized Lisa Engels as its Woman of the Year. After heartfelt introductions by Mike Earsing, Lyne Hebig, her husband, Mike, and son, James ’09 (pictured, bottom-right), Lisa graciously accepted the award for her many years of service to Jesuit Dallas. In addition to her time spent in the JWA, Lisa has co-chaired the MAGIS Golf Classic three times, planned auction gift-gathering parties, co-chaired Adopta-Family weekend, assisted with homecoming mums, and participated in the Jesuit Dallas Museum’s Art League.

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Celebration Auction 2013: Run for the Roses The 2013 Celebration Auction, led by co-chairwomen Christine Buckley and Patti Bellinger (pictured, left), was a successful Run for the Roses. Thanks to the support of hundreds of volunteers and generous supporters, the event was an evening to remember. At the wrap-up party in May, Buckley and Bellinger presented President Mike Earsing and Jack Wensinger ’77, Chairman of the Jesuit Foundation, with a check for more than $600,000 (pictured, above). The raised funds will provide financial aid to students whose families could not otherwise afford to send their sons to Jesuit. Mark your calendar for March 29, 2014, when the Celebration Auction returns to the Westin Galleria for the 1920s-themed Gatsby Gala.

Photo credit: all auction photos taken by Leslie Carr and Marissa Easterling

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President’s Reception Mike Earsing welcomed major annual fund supporters and special contributors to the school for the President’s Reception in May. While enjoying good food and great company, attendees celebrated the sucess of the Challenge Drive, the Alumni Annual Fund, and other efforts to make a Jesuit education possible for generations of young men. In the featured presentation of the evening, Charles “Chick” and Dianne Young (pictured on page 10) were honored with the Patrick H. Koch, S.J., Award for their generous and dedicated service to the school for so many years.

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In addition to the presentation of the prestigious Koch Award to Chick and Dianne Young (see page 10), presentations were made to the leadership in all areas of giving at Jesuit this year. Presentations were made to: (L-R) Ed Schaffler (on behalf of Ray Chavez) for the MAGIS Golf Classic, Mike Agis ’96 (on behalf of David Adamson ’82 and Joe Pete Wilbert ’62) for the Alumni Annual Fund, Joe Coleman for the Challenge Drive, Christine Buckley (on behalf of herself and Patty Bellinger) for the Celebration Auction, Ted Tobolka ’78 for the Alumni Lettermen’s Club, and Tracey Nash-Huntley for Adopt-a-Family.

Photo credit: all President’s Reception photos taken by Vernon Mullen ’05

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Jesuit Dallas President Mike Earsing and Jesuit Dallas Foundation President Jack Wensinger ’77 present the 2013 Patrick H. Koch, S.J. Award to Chick and Dianne Young. Photo credit: Vernon Mullen ’05

Chick and Dianne Young Presented with the Patrick H. Koch, S.J. Award Applying their creativity, imagination and professionalism with an unwavering support for Jesuit Dallas, Charles “Chick” and Dianne Young have remained intimately connected with the vision of Jesuit as a Catholic institution committed to academic excellence, formation of the whole person, and an active pledge to justice. Through the establishment of the Young Family Foundation Trust, their work as honorary chairs of the Celebration Auction, and numerous philanthropic endeavors, the Young’s have modeled their lives by espousing the Jesuit ideals of commitment to service and the pursuit of excellence. Beginning in the 1960s when he accepted a position at NASA as a programmer assisting with the Saturn project and development for what would become the Space Shuttle, Chick’s colorful career reflected the dizzying pace of the high-tech revolution. From aerospace, he transitioned to banking where he played a leading role in the development and marketing of Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) software. As a partner with Information Processing Corporation (IPC), Chick pioneered a new application that revolutionized the banking industry by creating new efficiencies through the

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consolidation of operations. He was one of the first entrepreneurs to recognize that outsourcing could extend state-ofthe-art technology, talent and resources to companies in nearly any industry. A devoted mother and longtime volunteer committed to community service, leadership development and cultural education, Dianne has served on the Jesuit Dallas Financial Aid Committee for the last 10 years. Along with her daughter, she was also a founding member of the Golden Corridor Chapter of the National Charity League, whose mission is to foster mother-daughter relationships in a philanthropic organization committed to inspiring a legacy of social awareness and compassion. Along with her husband, Dianne is deeply involved with the Hale Kau Kau program, which is centered on feeding the hungry in the South Maui community. In addition to continued support to several Catholic schools in Colorado and Texas, Dianne’s prime focus is Angels’ Place, a hospice care in New Orleans for children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses. Her work with the program also includes assistance to families as they emotionally struggle for understanding. Chairman Emeritus of the Jesuit Dallas Board of Trustees, Chick’s 13 years on the board is exceptional in both length

of service and impact. In 1994, he applied his corporate experience to the challenge of balancing funding a modern Catholic high school with the justice and diversity demands of the Jesuit philosophy of education. Through his leadership, the trustees guided the school through a period of tremendous growth and maturation that was highlighted by three successful capital campaigns, improvements to compensation and benefits to attract and retain exceptional teachers, the purchasing of real estate and other profitable investments that strengthened Jesuit Dallas’ financial standing, and the doubling of needbased financial aid. Chick and Dianne’s support, which also includes a gift to assist in building facilities and bolstering an endowment fund for scholarships, has served as the impetus for support from other donors, resulting in unprecedented contributions to the school. Chick and Dianne’s leadership reflects a commitment to excellence and dedication to Jesuit Dallas’ mission of forming young men who are equipped and willing to serve others. Their devotion to Jesuit is marked by a rare blend of community involvement, family dedication, creativity, and courage. Jesuit Dallas will be forever grateful for their work, wisdom, and generosity.


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Photo credit: Jack White ’13

Run for Boston

Photo credit: Jack White ’13

Several members of the Jesuit Dallas cross country team joined thousands of people across the country in the Run For Boston initiative in April as a show of support for the victims of the bombings at the Boston Marathon.

Photo credit: Rhonda Walton

Medical Mission Trip

ASC V Jesuit is thrilled to welcome the 2013-14 members of the Alumni Service Corps. From top to bottom: Kyle Baginski ’09 (University of Oklahoma ’13), Ben Donnelli ’09 (University of Oklahoma ’13), Ben Pace ’09 (Spring Hill College ’13), and Shaun Sarmiento ’09 (St. Louis University ’13) will return to Jesuit to devote a year of their lives in service and thanksgiving for their Jesuit education.

Photo credit: Kevin Chen

This March, science faculty Jan Jones and Max Von Schlehenried ’06 traveled with seniors Kevin Chen, Mario Game, Cameron Kerl, Chris Mathis, Tyler Ward, and Matthew Yzaguirre (pictured left), and alumni Tim Robinson ’76 and Kevin Garcia ’78 to a Mayan village in Guatemala with medical supplies donated by the Jesuit community. The supplies were delivered to local doctors, and the students had an opportunity to provide basic medical assistance to 300 villagers who have no access to routine care. summer 2013 | 11


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New Challenge Drive Chairs The new 2013 Challenge Drive Chairman Chris Barnet, assisted by co-chairman Greg Kerl (pictured, L-R), will lead parents of current students to surpass last year’s record-setting $1,030,709 raised. Contributions to the drive help the school to bridge the gap between tuition and the full cost of educating each student. The drive culminates with Challenge Drive Sunday on October 6. Follow the progress of the drive or make a gift at www.jesuitcp.org/challengedrive.

Photo credit: all photos taken by Vernon Mullen ’05

New Director of Communications In March, Jesuit Dallas welcomed a new director of development for communications and donor relations. James Kramer directs all matters related to Jesuit’s media presence while developing and executing a communications strategy for the advancement office. Prior to joining Jesuit Dallas, Kramer served as the director of communications and marketing at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa., in addition to a seven-year stint as the director of athletic communications at MIT. A graduate of Marshall University, Kramer and his wife, Eva, have one son.

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Blue & Gold Sports Hall of Fame In May, the Blue & Gold Banquet presented by Merrill Lynch/JR Koeijmans ’04 celebrated four distinguished alumni athletes: Jan Materka ’72 (track & field), Chris Helling ’86 (soccer), Michael Hollimon ’01 (baseball), and Jim Hever ’82 (football) with their induction into the Sports Hall of Fame (pictured, top). A record-breaking 51 bluecoats (former inductees) were a part of the celebrations. Additionally, several teams in attendance were recognized on the anniversary year of their various state championships. For more information about the 2013 Sports Hall of Fame inductees, visit www.jesuitroundup.org by scanning the QR code to the right with your smartphone.


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ATHLETICS 2012-2013

Photo credit: all photos taken by Jack White ’13

Hockey Celebrates Historic Season Behind a stunning state championship and the program’s first-ever trip to the USA Hockey High School National Championships, Jesuit Dallas hockey provided an emphatic exclamation point to a memorable year in Ranger athletics. On March 7, Jesuit Dallas knocked off two-time defending state champion Plano West, 4-2, en route to the 2013 Texas High School State Championship. Alex Mersch ’13 keyed the thrilling victory with a hat trick, which also decided the championship of the AT&T Metroplex High School Hockey League. The win also cemented an invitation for Jesuit to compete at nationals, where the team registered a 2-1 record in pool play. Under the tutelage of first-year head coach Kevin Smith, Jesuit established a single-season school record with 24 wins (24-2-1) en route to its third state crown and first since 2008. Hayden Meshell ’13, who was named the AT&T Metroplex Hockey Varsity Offensive Player of the Year, capped his high school career as Jesuit’s all-time leading scorer. Drew Brunts ’13 also drew postseason laurels by being named to the All-Scholastic Team. Meshell and Brunts joined senior forwards Nick Alexander and John Leflore, and freshman goalie George McBey as selections to the AT&T Metroplex High School Hockey League Varsity All-Star Game, which was held at the American Airlines Center, home of the Dallas Stars. The Rangers, who finished the year as the state’s top-ranked team, dropped a hard-fought, 4-3, decision to eventual national champion Saint Margarita (Calif.) on the opening night of the national championship tournament. Jesuit bounced back on the second day of action with a 6-5 shootout victory over John Jay (N.Y.) and closed out the banner campaign with a 3-2 victory over East Lake (Fla.).

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Assistant Principal Mark Knize leads students in “The Yell” at the Jesuit/Berkner basketball playoff game on Tuesday, February 29. Photo credit: Jack White ’13


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HIGHLIGHTS 2012-2013 Smith, Chris Madonna, Kyle Black, Garrett Stanford,Ryan Black; Texas All-State Team (playing in Colorado in June): Chris Madonna

SOCCER

Photo credit: John Fife

BASEBALL

9-5A District champions (fourth consecutive year); 20+ wins for fourth consecutive year; 9-5A Sophomore of the Year: Darius Hill; First Team All-District: Johnny Morin, Max Ready, Will Hairston, Grant Hatzmann, Grant Reuben

BASKETBALL

Finished 3rd in District 9-5A with a record of 21-8; Bi-District champions; Area champions; 50th Annual Knights of Columbus Basketball Tournament; AllDistrict First Team: Steve Spieth, Brocke Stepteau, Bryan Stankey; All-District Second Team: Grant Hatzmann

BOWLING

2013 DFW District champions; finished 2nd in Regional Tournament; finished 31st out of 177 teams in state; All-District Team: Nathan Leiter, Jonathan Mendiola, David Portner

CREW

11th-place finish in lightweight eight at 2013 USRowing National Championships; Grand Finalists in all three boats (varsity lightweight eight won silver medal) at Stotesbury Cup Regatta

Thomas Allen, Grant Luisi; All-Region II Team: Josh Radcliff, Grant Luisi; MVP: Josh Radcliff (Wunderlick Award Winner)

HOCKEY

2013 state champions; most regularseason team wins (24); all-time most goals: Hayden Meshell; all-time most assists: Nick Alexander; most points in a season (defense): Drew Brunts

LACROSSE

Advanced to fourth straight THSLL Final Four with record 14-3; earned highest national ranking in program history (No. 22); US Lacrosse AllAmericans: Lee Belland, Dan Morris; All-State: Lee Belland, Zach Coker, Tom Huber, Dan Morris, Sam Rosengarden; All-District: Carson Buell, Hank Likes, Garrett Van de Ven

POWER LIFTING

Regional Finalists: Matt Cortez and Preston Young

RUGBY

Finished 3rd in Jesuit Dallas Rugby Showdown; All-State Trials: James

Tied for 1st in District 9-5A with a record of 16-5-2; First Team All-District: Jeff Fulcher, Gavin Patterson, Tanner Davis, Brandon Ozier; Second Team All-District: John Feist, Jacob Su, Chris Mathis; MVP: Chris Mathis; Ranger Heart: Matt Mills

SWIMMING/DIVING

12-3 combined meet record; finished 3rd in Region III Tournament; Eric Futscher set new school record in the 500 freestyle; 400 yd freestyle relay team set new school record (Eric Futscher, Nolan Daniels, Mead Robuck, Matthew Bedard); Futscher & Daniels medaled in both individual events at Regionals

TENNIS

District 9-5A runner-up; Defeated Strake Jesuit for 3rd year in a row

TRACK & FIELD

9-5A District champions; District wins in six events: Dillon Smith (3200m), Luke Kiser (1600m), Paden Gatlin (discus), Ryan Mehl (110m hurdles & 300m hurdles), Andrew Pott (800m), Patrick Campbell (pole vault); State Championship Meet Finishes: Ryan Mehl (7th place), Paden Gatlin (2nd place)

WRESTLING

District champions: Shane Ross, Zach Pearson, Kevin Ly; State Quaifiers: Shane Ross, Nick Barker; MVP: Shane Ross; All-State: Shane Ross, Nick Barker

CROSS COUNTRY

District 9-5A Runner-Up; MVP: Dillon Smith

FOOTBALL

2012 Bi-District champions with 9-3 record; 2012 Area Finalist; Parade All American and 2012 Landry Award winner: Jake Oliver; 9-5A Offensive MVP: Jake Oliver; All-State: JJ Gustavson, Jordan Mastrogiovanni, Jake Oliver; AllArea: JJ Gustafson, JD Waggoner

GOLF

9-5A Team District champions; All-District Team: Will Strong, Josh Radcliff, Sam Rosenberg, Moose Valletti, JC Campbell,

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Seniors Sign to College Teams This year, a record 37 Jesuit athletes were recruited to continue in athletics at the college level. These seniors will be pursuing their respecive sports at the following schools:

Photo credit: Dave Brezette

Jesuit Football on the Radio Jesuit Dallas returns to the airwaves for the 16th season this fall, and for the first time in program history, the Rangers will be featured on the FM dial. KHYI 95.3 The Range is set to broadcast Jesuit Dallas’ entire football schedule and has expressed interest in showcasing additional sports coverage. The upgrade from a 700watt signal to a station with 50,000 watts of power will translate to a much larger reach for Jesuit Dallas, as the live action will be broadcast from Oklahoma to Waco. In addition, fans will be able to follow the Rangers online at: www.khyi.com/wp/. Reprising their roles in the booth, Tom Walsh and Jack Fitzsimmons ’76 will provide the play-by-play and color.

2013 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 08/23 08/30 09/06 09/13 09/27 10/04 10/11 10/18 10/25 11/01 11/08

Wylie (scrimmage) [6:00] St. Joseph’s Prep (Philadelphia) [7:30] @ Keller Fossil Ridge [7:30] Strake Jesuit [7:00] @ Skyline* [7:30] @ Berkner* [7:30] W.T. White* [7:30] Teacher Appreciation @ Lake Highlands* [7:30] J.J. Pearce* [7:30] Homecoming @ Sunset* [7:30] Richardson* [7:30]

* District 9-5A Game

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Thomas Allen: Golf, Newman University Carson Buell: Lacrosse, Rollins College Christian Carson-Bannister: Lacrosse, Boston University Zach Coker: Lacrosse, Furman University JD Feist: Soccer, California Institute of Technology Garrett Franzoi: Baseball, Salve Regina University Eric Futscher: Swimming, Xavier University Paden Gatlin: Track & Field, University of Colorado at Boulder JJ Gustafson: Football, Texas A&M University William Hairston: Baseball, Frank Phillips College Chet Heldman: Crew, University of Pennsylvania Al Higgins: Baseball, Trinity University Hunter Hill: Lacrosse, United States Air Force Academy Porter Huntley: Football, Georgetown University Dennis Kamara: Track & Field, Emory University Chris Koskovich: Football, University of Chicago Grant Luisi: Golf, Spring Hill College Nico Mackay: Crew, Jacksonville University Jordan Mastrogiavanni: Football, Texas A&M University Chris Mathis: Soccer, University of Chicago Jesus Mathus: Crew, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ryan Mehl: Track & Field, Texas A&M University Dan Morris: Lacrosse, University of Maryland, College Park Jake Oliver: Football, The University of Texas, Austin Josh Radcliff: Golf, The University of Texas, Arlington Sam Rosengarden: Lacrosse, Jacksonville University Stephen Spieth: Basketball, Brown University Shea Stine: Baseball, Johnson County Community College Will Strong: Golf, Rhodes College John Struckell: Baseball, Washington and Lee University Taylor Tibbits: Football, Hendrix College Jordan Tobolka: Football, Southern Methodist University Luke Uetrecht: Crew, University of San Diego Moose Valletti: Golf, Loyola University of Chicago Garrett Van de Ven: Lacrosse, Duke University JD Waggoner: Football, Iowa State University Cody Wicker: Football, Texas A&M University


Photo credit: Don Painter Photography

Jeffrey Austin Ackels........................................................Saint Louis University

Andrew Bradley Brunts..................................... Southern Methodist University

Ryan Andrew Adams.............................................................. Baylor University

Carson McBee Buell...................................................................Rollins College

Nickolas Jared Alexander.......................................... Texas Christian University

Nicholas Ryan Campagna................................................................. Undecided

Thomas Patrick Allen......................................................... Newman University

Joseph Gerard Campise........................................... Oklahoma State University

Richard Adeeb Antoon....................................................Saint Louis University

Quinlan Patrick Carroll............................... Indiana University at Bloomington

Paul Joseph Arden III......................................................University of Arkansas

Christian Louis Carson-Banister............................................ Boston University

Michael Devin Artigues...................................................Saint Louis University

Benjamin Cezar Carver..................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Mark Robert Austin..........................................................Creighton University

McCall Michael Casey.................................................................Blinn College

John-Paul Brocato Bach..................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Brendan Michael Chavez..............................................University of Oklahoma

Austin Allan Barker...........................................Washington and Lee University

Kevin M. Chen..........................................................................Rice University

Jeffrey Thomas Barone.....................................................Santa Clara University

Brian Thomas Christensen.............................................Texas A&M University

Alexander M. Baughman................................... Southern Methodist University

Connor Reese Christina.....................................The University of Texas, Dallas

Austin Agapito Benavides...........................................................Rice University

Dylan Patrick Clancy............................................. Austin Community College

John Lawrence Berend....................................................Texas A&M University

Alexandre Leonard Cohen....................................Pennsylvania State University

Gabriel Paul Bibbs...........................................................Saint Louis University

Zachary Eugene Coker......................................................... Furman University

Davis Edward Bittner.................................................. University of Mississippi

Joseph Neil Coleman................................................ Texas Christian University

Christopher Kyle Black............................................. The University of Georgia

Christopher John Compton............................................University of Arkansas

Michael Stuart Boone.....................................................Texas A&M University

William Giovanni Cormier..............................................Texas Tech University

Steven James Borik.............................................The University of Texas, Dallas

Matthew J Cortez............................................................University of Arkansas

Eric James Bradley............................................................................. Undecided

Austin Reed Costanza............................Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi

Michael Edgardo Brandao............................................University of Oklahoma

William Bemis Cravens..................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Adam James Brennan.....................................................Texas A&M University

Andrew Stephen Crim....................................................Texas A&M University

John Patrick Brewer........................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Christopher Cruz........................................University of South Florida, Tampa

Jack Neuhoff Brezette.......................................................Texas Tech University

John Patrick Curran.......................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Devin G. Brown.................................................................University of Kansas

John Tyler Curts........................................................ University of North Texas

Joel William Brown........................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Alexander Edward Davis............................................... University of Dubuque summer 2013 | 17


John Tanner Davis......................................................... Georgetown University

Robert Francis Giltner............................................................ Xavier University

Robert Michel Delcambre.........................................Louisiana State University

Connor McMahon Gleim................................. The University of Texas, Austin

Smoker Hunt Deterding............................................Louisiana State University

Michael James Gresback...................................................Texas Tech University

Ryan Michael Diller...............................................................Trinity University

Jeffrey Alan Gustafson....................................................Texas A&M University

Evan Gregory Dittmar..............................................The University of Alabama

Diego Gutierrez........................................................The University of Alabama

Eric William Donica...........................................................Belmont University

Michael Alexander Guzman............................................Santa Clara University

Matthew B Duke...........................................................Texas A&M University

William Michael Hairston...............................................Frank Phillips College

Tony Nguyen Duong................................................................. Austin College

Joseph David Harwerth....................................................Texas Tech University

Gregory Christian Ehlinger............................................Texas A&M University

Grant Michael Hatzmann................................................................. Undecided

Walker Collins Embrey.............................................University of Notre Dame

Cheston Robert Heldman........................................ University of Pennsylvania

Evan Henry English.....................................................University of Oklahoma

Matthew David Hellinghausen.......................... Southern Methodist University

Erik Granfield Eppig..................................................................Boston College

Austen Charles Hendler.............................................................Boston College

Joseph David Farmer..........................................................Villanova University

Christopher Michael Hernandez....................................Texas A&M University

John David Feist...........................................California Institute of Technology

Alexander Lorince Higgins.....................................................Trinity University

Coleman Dillinger Fincher.............................................Texas A&M University

Andrew Dennis Highlander............................................Santa Clara University

Michael Andrew Flores.............................................. University of North Texas

Hunter Logan Hill......................................... United States Air Force Academy

Charles Dillon Foerster...................................................University of Arkansas

Marshall James Huggins.................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Stephen Connor Fox.................................................University of Notre Dame

Cooper Joseph Huhn..........................................................Gonzaga University

Andrew Parker Frank..................................................... Georgetown University

Porter Graves Huntley................................................... Georgetown University

Garrett Thomas Franzoi................................................Salve Regina University

Austin Jared Huth........................................................University of Oklahoma

Connor Andrew Frieze................................. University of Colorado at Boulder

Andrew Davis Hyman....................................................Texas A&M University

Anthony Richard Frunzi........................................... Texas Christian University

Gregorio Jose Ines..........................................................Texas A&M University

Jeffrey Coleman Fulcher......................................................... Baylor University

Manoj Jacob.......................................................The University of Texas, Dallas

Eric Robert Futscher.............................................................. Xavier University

Christopher Thomas Jans.............................................. Kansas State University

Christopher Ryan Galvin.............................................University of Oklahoma

Christian Myles Johnson................................................. University of Chicago

Mario Gamez................................................................... Rockhurst University

Corey Jude Johnson.......................................Stephen F. Austin State University

Ivan Yi-Yum Gan........................................................Northwestern University

Michael Lane Johnson....................................................Texas A&M University

Matthew Joseph Garcia...................................................University of Arkansas

Aidan Alexander Mudd Johnston................................ University of Mississippi

Paden Earl Gatlin......................................... University of Colorado at Boulder

Patrick Conrad Johnston.......................Central Piedmont Community College

Alexander Luke Gesalman................................................... Spring Hill College

Dennis M. Kamara.................................................................Emory University

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Photo credit: all photos by Don Painter Photography

Justin D. Kang.................................................. The University of Texas, Austin

Christoffer E Mathis........................................................ University of Chicago

Jacob Lawrence Keeley...............................................................Boston College

Jesus Andres Mathus...............................Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Daniel Benjamin Keenan.................................. The University of Texas, Austin

Cole Thomas Mayeux.................................Collin County Community College

Cameron Gregory Kerl...................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Shane Daniel McGoldrick....................................... University College London

Logan Joseph Kiser.........................................................Texas A&M University

Patrick Kehoe McNearney................................................University of Virginia

Lucas William Kiser.......................................................Texas A&M University

Ryan Allen Mediano........................................................University of Arkansas

Kells Delaney Koch.........................................................Saint Louis University

David Ryan Mehl...........................................................Texas A&M University

David Anthony Koenecke...................................................Belmont University

Derek Ryan Meissner...................................................University of Oklahoma

Christopher Robert Koskovich........................................ University of Chicago

Alexander Dalton Mersch............................. The University of Texas, Arlington

Nathan Russell Krog......................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Joseph Hayden Meshell...................................................University of Arkansas

Caleb John Kunasek.....................................................................Blinn College

Griffin Case Miller.............................................................. Spring Hill College

Sean Andrew Lanham....................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Matthew Deatrick Mills...............................................University of Oklahoma

William Keegan Larimer........................Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Andrew Sayer Monk.....................................................University of Oklahoma

Tanner Reece Lastelick..........................Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi

James Scott Moody........................................... Southern Methodist University

Joseph William Laufenberg.......................... University of Colorado at Boulder

Collin Patrick Moore........................................ Georgia Institute of Technology

John Paul LeFlore............................................................University of Arkansas

Jonathan Royce Morin....................................................University of Arkansas

Alexander Patrick Leitnick...............................................Saint Louis University

Daniel Thompson Morris.........................University of Maryland, College Park

Todd Raschen Lim.........................................................Texas A&M University

Ty Christopher Mullins..................................................Texas A&M University

Brett Michael Lopez........................................................University of Arkansas

Wheeler Hiroo Nakahara...............................................Texas A&M University

Grant Joseph Luisi............................................................... Spring Hill College

Erick Zadiel Narvaez..........................................The University of Texas, Dallas

Leonardo Luna.................................................................................. Undecided

Saqib Nasruddin Nayani..... Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Kevin Khaivinh Ly..........................................................Saint Louis University

Stephen Joseph Newton........................................... Colorado School of Mines

Nicolas Lorenzo Mackay................................................ Jacksonville University

Andrew Thomas Nolan........................................... Oklahoma State University

Ivan C Maduka................................................. Southern Methodist University

Luke John Nolan............................................... Southern Methodist University

Payton Eric Maher.........................................................Texas A&M University

Connor O’Hanlon.........................................................Texas A&M University

Hector Andres Maldonado..............................................Santa Clara University

Jacob Lane Oliver.............................................. The University of Texas, Austin

Nicholas Loftin Mann.....................................................Saint Louis University

Paul Henry Paris.........................................................................Boston College

Trenton David Marrs......................................................University of Arkansas

Andrew Richard Patterson..........................................................Boston College

Omar Ortegon Martinez............................................... St. Edward’s University

Will Taylor Patterson......................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Jordan Buck Mastrogiovanni..........................................Texas A&M University

Joseph Alexander Payne.....California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo summer 2013 | 19


Class of 2013 Honors Valedictorian Award

Austin Agapito Benavides

Salutatorian Award Kevin M. Chen

Bishop Joseph P. Lynch Award Basil Fayez Seif

Men For Others Awards

Grant Michael Hatzmann Dennis M. Kamara Matthew Hunter Yzaguirre

Jesuit Secondary Education Award Jeffrey Austin Ackels

John Thomas Wunderlick Award Joshua Phillip Radcliff

Aloysius Gonzaga Award (Community Service) Erik Granfield Eppig

Zachary Raymond Pearson.......................................... University of Mississippi

National Merit Scholars

Kevin Valencia Perez.................................................. The University of Arizona

Michael Devin Artigues (finalist) Joel William Brown (finalist) Benjamin Cezar Carver (finalist) Coleman Dillinger Fincher (finalist) Ivan Yi-Yum Gan (finalist) Aidan Alexander Mudd Johnston (semi-finalist) Matthew Richard Tulli (finalist) Jason Edward Uy (finalist) Oliver William Valenti (finalist)

National Hispanic Scholars

Austin Agapito Benavides Benjamin Cezar Carver Christian Louis Carson-Banister Daniel Valencia David John Portner Jesus Andres Mathus Garza Jonathan Royce Morin Joshua Nguyen Thibodeaux Kevin Valencia Perez Leonardo Luna Mark H. Wischmeyer

National Achievement Scholars Christian Myles Johnson Christoffer E. Mathis

Scholarship Offers

261 students in the graduating class of 2013 received scholarship offers totaling $29,900,000

Alec James Permenter............................................... Texas Christian University Ryan Edward Permenter........................................... Texas Christian University Craig Ramsey Pfaffenberger.................................................North Lake College Ryan Michael Pigeon......................................... The University of Texas, Austin Grant Daniel Pittman....................................... The University of Texas, Austin David John Portner................................................... The University of Arizona Michael Eldon Pratt................................................. Texas Christian University David Mark Raccasi........................................................University of Arkansas Joshua Phillip Radcliff.................................. The University of Texas, Arlington David Michael Radoszewski......................................... Belmont Abbey College Jordan Daniel Rayfield.................................................University of Oklahoma Kyle Robert Reichenstein.............................................University of Oklahoma Joseph Hadrien Wysong Reina...........................The University of Texas, Dallas Francis Anthony Rey Hipolito...............Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi Brandon Andrew Rodenroth..........................................Texas A&M University Bennett Charles Rofsky......................................................University of Miami John Michael Rogers........................................................... Spring Hill College Samuel Brooks Rosengarden........................................... Jacksonville University Reed Alan Rubey.............................................................University of Arkansas Paulo Carino Salazar...........................................................University of Dallas Ryan Patrick Sapp.............................................. Loyola Marymount University Matthew Taylor Scheibel.................................................. Marquette University Joshua Ethan Segal.....................................................................Boston College Basil Fayez Seif.........................................................................Duke University Alec Michael Sellick................................................. Texas Christian University Matthew Nolan Shield........................................................... Baylor University Alec Clifford Sims.....................................................University of Notre Dame Barrett Michael Smith..................................................University of Oklahoma

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Photo credit: all photos by Don Painter Photography

William Forrest Snyder.....................................................Texas Tech University

Jason Edward Uy.................................................................... Baylor University

Steven Edward Spieth............................................................. Brown University

Daniel Valencia..............................................................Texas A&M University

Garrett Lawson Stanford................................... Southern Methodist University

Nicolas Joseph Valenti........................................................ Middlebury College

Bryan Stankey................................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Oliver William Valenti.................................................. University of Rochester

Brennan Riley Steele........................................................University of Arkansas

Michael Stephen Valletti........................................... Loyola University Chicago

Peter Thomas Steffek................................................. Texas Woman’s University

Garrett Michael Van de Ven.....................................................Duke University

Eric Matthew Sterling....................................................Texas A&M University

Reid James Vandeven........................................................................ Undecided

Shea Stephen Stine..................................Johnson County Community College

Robert Grant VanKirk................................................... Wake Forest University

William Timothy Strong........................................................... Rhodes College

Adrian Alexander Venegas...........................................Berklee College of Music

John McMillen Struckell...................................Washington and Lee University

Joseph Daniel Viviano.....................................................University of Arkansas

Ryan Henry Su................................................................University of Arkansas

Kevin Tri Vuong..............................................................Santa Clara University

Thomas Lee Sutherland..............................................................Eckerd College

Nicholas James Wageman.................................. The University of Texas, Austin

Jackson David Swaim......................................................University of Arkansas

Justin David Waggoner.................................................... Iowa State University

Ryan Joseph Tee Ten Tan.................................................Santa Clara University

Tyler Croston Ward.........................................Case Western Reserve University

Ryan Matthew Terry.......................................................Texas A&M University

Peter-Michael Webb........................................Case Western Reserve University

Joshua Nguyen Thibodeaux....................................... The University of Arizona

Samuel Thomas Wensinger.......................................The University of Alabama

Grady Alan Thompson.......................................The University of Texas, Dallas

Ryan Wesley....................................................Point Loma Nazarene University

Nicholas Riley Thompson............................................. St. Edward’s University

Charles Padian Wetzel........................................................ Brookhaven College

Taylor Lee Tibbits....................................................................Hendrix College

Peter Joseph Wetzel............................................................ Brookhaven College

Matthew Walter Tiritilli.................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Keaton Thomas Whitaker.............................................University of Oklahoma

Jordan Clayton Tobolka.................................... Southern Methodist University

John Patrick White...................................................................Duke University

Hayden Wilson Tompkins................................................College of Charleston

Cody E. Wicker.............................................................Texas A&M University

William H. Towle.............................................................................. Undecided

Mark H. Wischmeyer.....................................................Texas A&M University

Colin Stewart Traver................................................. Loyola University Chicago

Jason Davis Wolf..........................................................University of Oklahoma

Kevin Robert Traylor........................................................Texas Tech University

William David Wood........................................ The University of Texas, Austin

Matthew Richard Tulli...................................... The University of Texas, Austin

Phillip Eugene Young........................................ The University of Texas, Austin

Charles Phillip Turano..............................................The University of Alabama

Preston Whitworth Young................................................Texas Tech University

Jacob Gerard Turzinski.................................................University of Oklahoma

Matthew Hunter Yzaguirre................................ The University of Texas, Austin

Joseph Don Udofia..........................................................University of Arkansas

Sergio Arturo Zamora.......................................................Creighton University

Luke Uetrecht.............................................................. University of San Diego summer 2013 | 21


We Are Jesuit

View from Senior Courtyard (June 13, 2011) Foreign Language wing (June 16, 2009)

Athletic Center (February 1, 2011)

Athletic Center (January 5, 2011)

Hughes Hall (July 20, 2008)

1962 Wing Renovation (June 20, 2011)

Stadium Renovation (September 22, 2010)

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The campaign represents a celebration of achievement for the Jesuit Dallas community and its triumph is an affirmation of the role Jesuit has played in the formation of Men for Others. While an extensive physical transformation showcases the success of the five-year campaign, the unparalleled support from the school’s farreaching community has helped solidify Jesuit’s legacy as an academic and spiritual beacon. “The most satisfying part of the campaign was the overwhelming participation from not only alumni, but parents, grandparents, and friends of the school,” remarked campaign co-chair Mike Terry. “Although I am not an alumnus, Jesuit Dallas has influenced and had a major impact in my life as well as my family’s. I also know that each and every family connected to the school has a similar story to tell.” The start of the largest campaign undertaken in Jesuit’s 70-year history began in earnest during the summer of 2007. The Board of Trustees authorized a working goal of $26.5 million, but through outstanding leadership, the hard work of the administration, and an impressive display of devotion from the extended community, the campaign far exceeded its initial expectations. When the books finally closed in 2012,

1,073 donors had contributed $30,580,642.38. “Our community believes in Jesuit’s mission and has seen the school’s immeasurable benefits and influence in the lives of our sons,” continued Terry. “Jesuit Dallas has uniqueness in spirit that you cannot get anywhere else, and while the young men are attracted by the outstanding education, they also gain an enrichment of faith to become great examples of future servant leaders.” In addition to the nearly $24 million in capital projects, $6.5 million was raised to strengthen the endowment. With an emphasis on the Jesuit Fund for Excellence, this fund will help control future increases in tuition, ensure that any qualified young man will be able to attend Jesuit Dallas without regard of their ability to pay, and allow the school flexibility to respond to unforeseen opportunities and needs. “As the campaign was being conceived, it became evident that our community wanted it to be comprehensive, and include a significant augmentation to the endowment along


with funding for capital projects,” said Vice President of Institutional Advancement Chuck Vinson. “The focus on both current and future needs reinforces our commitment to provide a peerless education for today’s students as well as future generations.” The immediate impact of the campaign has greatly enhanced Jesuit’s already strong admissions demand. The construction and remodeling of the library, 30 classrooms, athletic stadium, locker rooms, and auditorium has resulted in a major change to the look and feel of campus. While the school’s original facilities were built to accommodate 600 students, the increase in enrollment combined with an ever-expanding number of extracurricular activities, signaled the need to overhaul the existing space. In the fiveyear process of renovating and rebuilding, over 40% of the campus’ architecture was upgraded while another 50,000 square feet of building space was added to campus. Despite the radical changes, the impact on student and Jesuit community life was minimal and all of the improvements were completed without any financial impact on tuition. “From the very beginning, we were mindful to limit the disruptions to our students,” reflected President Mike Earsing. “We didn’t want our boys to leave Jesuit with a lasting memory of construction. The culture that we have established has always been one of support, and we remained focused on being responsive to the needs of our students while facilitating major structural changes that would make for a healthier student body as Jesuit Dallas moves into the future.”

With renovations complete, the change in experience for the students has been tremendous. The library space was gutted and transformed into an information commons, while separate rooms were designed for art exhibits and a historical library. Often underutilized prior to the change, the space is now continually packed with students conducting a myriad of technology related projects along with quiet study in the various conference rooms. The addition of 18 classrooms and the renovation of an another 30 has created a more comfortable environment for both faculty and students, while the massive changes to the auditorium in Hughes Hall has sparked a beehive of activity in a space that was barely used. “The academic environment at Jesuit Dallas cannot be taken for granted,” said campaign co-chair Chick Young. “From the very beginning of the campaign, we were steadfast in identifying the best solutions to strengthen the learning climate while implementing architectural changes that reinforced our commitment to an outstanding education.”

The classroom expansion is especially important as it provides Jesuit students with better flexibility in coordinating their course schedule. In addition, it marks an opportunity to introduce more course offerings in keeping up with the advancement in today’s curriculum which will better prepare our students for higher learning. The athletic stadium, which was the recipient of improved sound and lighting systems, now serves as a gathering point for many of Jesuit’s 18 varsity sports. The upgrades in the stadium also included improved access to spectator seating, new concession stands and

Former Auditorium (December 20, 2007)

Campus Ministry Office (July 31, 2008)

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Athletic Center Sign Assembly (October 25, 2011)

press box, and an overhaul to the restroom area. The baseball stadium also received a boost as the addition of sunken dugouts, premium spectator seating and a new press box have transformed the space into one of the best high school facilities in the area. Seeing the cascading water amenity around the Father Postell cross and the athletic tower with “JESUIT” prominently displayed on the facade, serves as a constant reminder to our students and fans in the athletic complex of who we are and the Jesuit mission. Built on the footprint of the original locker rooms, the athletic tower is a marvel not only in its design but by how quickly the space has become an integral part of student life.

In addition to expanded locker rooms and new coaching suites, the hallmark of the facility is a 9,000-square foot weight room, which with its state-of-the-art construction and amenities, would be the envy of most small colleges. “To see the athletic tower, and specifically, our performance enhancement facility is something that has been phenomenal,” said Earsing. “The decision to place the weight room on the top floor was intentional. Not only were we focused on providing our students with the tools to become physically stronger, but we were also conscious of designing an open, airy, well-lit space that would help make our students stronger physiologically.”

Although they may not be as visible as some of the striking capital improvements, a number of other changes materialized during the campaign that have created a significant affect in the learning environment. Chief among the changes was replacing the infrastructure of the heating and cooling systems, the installation of new carpeting and lighting, new efficiencies in the cafeteria, and the move to a wireless network throughout campus. Of course the senior class might say the greatest improvement is the artificial turf in the Hansen Senior Courtyard that allows for year-round activity as well as an “ant free” lounging area to relax. The Jesuit community has always been supportive of Jesuit and its mission, although the We Are Jesuit campaign provided tangible testimony of the value in a Jesuit Dallas education. As Mike Terry reminded, “It is with great care and deliberation that we seek the best for our student body. We must continue to improve the environment for learning, which in turn will attract and retain the best faculty around. The success of the We Are Jesuit campaign has set the stage and created the atmosphere for Jesuit Dallas to move into the next generation.”

The campaign was a product of professional hunger, educational scrutiny, and faith inspiration. We felt limited by space restrictions, growing tuition, and limited athletic and academic facilities, all of which impact morale and instructional efficacy. We spent years looking at real estate, increasing financial strength, and assessing our present space. We looked at improvements for extracurricular activity and seriously addressed quality of education. The impetus toward improvement and growth helped us to evolve into a status which places us second to none in the Greater Dallas area.

Rev. Philip Postell, S.J. President of Jesuit Dallas, 1992-2011

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Groundbreaking Ceremony (February 7, 2008)

L-R: John Hughes (Jesuit Foundation, past president); Joseph Cribbin (Constructors & Associates, senior vice president); Rev. Michael Dooley, S.J. (Jesuit Dallas, former rector); Michael Terry (We Are Jesuit campaign, co-chairman); Rev. Philip Postell, S.J. (Jesuit Dallas, past president); Chick Young (We Are Jesuit campaign, co-chairman); John Gates ’83 (Jesuit Foundation Board of Trustees, past chairman); Mike Earsing (Jesuit Dallas, president); David Berend (Jesuit Dallas, vice president & CFO); Chuck Vinson (Jesuit Dallas, vice president of institutional advancement).

The We Are Jesuit capital campaign was the most successful fundraising effort in the 70-year history of Jesuit Dallas. It is an honor to recognize the alumni, parents and friends of Jesuit Dallas who participated in the campaign through their financial contributions: Dr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Peter Aberg The Ackels Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Adame Mr. and Mrs. Jerry T. Adamic Mr. Walter E. Adams Mr. and Mrs. C. Clint Adams 1964 Mr. and Mrs. J. Cullen Aderhold Mr. Michael E. Agis 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Ainsworth Ms. Roberta Luxbacher and Mr. Steve Alaniz 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Aldrich 1993 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Sturgeon D. Allgeier Mr. Eric I. Alphonso 1998 Dr. and Mrs. Jeremy W. Amps 1992 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amy Mr. and Mrs. Christian S. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson Patrick Anderson 2006 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. William L. Antes II Dori and Jesus Araiza 2000 Dr. Luis M. Arango and Dr. Sandra M. Petrocchi-Arango Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Askew AT&T Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. August Mr. and Mrs. Kent R. Austin Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Austin Ms. Andrea E. Autrey

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Ave 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Stan M. Bach Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Bacile 1984 Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Bacon 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Badger Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Baert Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Bailey 1983 Mr. Robert R. Baillargeon, Jr. 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Bain Mr. and Mrs. Louis S. Balady Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Balda Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Bantle 1961 Irena Barber (Markauskas) and Bill Barber Mr. and Mrs. James G. Barber, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jude Ramon L. Barcenas Mr. Nicholas Barker 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Barnet Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Barone Mr. and Mrs. James P. Barrow Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bartel Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Bartush Mr. Stephen L. Baskind and Dr. Denise Baskind Mr. and Mrs. C. Sean S. Baxley 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Beach Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bean Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bedard Mr. and Mrs. Rod Beevers Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Bell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Bellamy 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Bellinger Mr. and Ms. Agapito Benavidesv III Mr. and Mrs. John Benefield Mr. Joseph W. Benefield 2007

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bercen 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Adam D. Berend 2001 Mr. Brian C. Berend 1995 Mr. and Mrs. David C. Berend Mr. and Mrs. Matthew I. Berend 1993 Mr. and Mrs. Seth A. Berend 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Bert, Jr. 1954 Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Bertulfo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bianchi Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Bigelow 1964 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bilansky Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Billingham Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Billings III 1981 Mrs. Linda A. Billings Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Billings 1983 Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Bird 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Bird 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bishkin Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Bishkin Mr. and Mrs. David Bissmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Black, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blackford Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blais Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Blankenship Mr. and Mrs. Ron Blanton Mr. and Mrs. William A. Blase, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brent Blum Mr. Emery J. Bodnar Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Boeding 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Boeding 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney J. Boehm Mrs. Sarah Boltz summer 2013 | 27


W E A R E J E S U I T C A M PA I G N 2 0 0 7 - 2 0 1 2 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bonvino Mr. and Mrs. David Boss Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bowen 1975 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Boykin 1953 Mr. and Mrs. Stan K. Bradshaw III Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandao Mr. and Mrs. David R. Brezette Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Briskey Mr. Thomas L. Brock Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Sanford M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. William E. Brown, Jr. 1979 Mr. and Mrs. David B. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Brown Mr. and Mrs. Daryl C. Bruce 1980 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bub Mr. Brandon J. Bub 2010 Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Buchanan Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Buchheit 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buckley Budget Blinds of Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Buechel Mrs. Ann Buell Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Buell 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Buell, Sr. 1986 Mrs. Catherine and Mr. John P.* Buettner 1944 Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Bufkin 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Burdiss Mr. J. Marshall Burke 1982 Mrs. Mary Burns Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Burns, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Buser Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Butkus Mr. and Mrs. Paul T. Butzberger 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Ulderico Calero, Jr. Mr. Benjamin P. Calleja Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Campagna Mr. and Mrs. Mark Campbell

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Campise 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Rick L. Candler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Canterbury, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Canterbury III 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Cardenas 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Carey, Sr. Mr. Albert P. Carey, Jr. 2001 Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Carrell 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Jean J. Carrier Guillomet Dr. and Mrs. William F. Carroll, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. Carver Mr. and Mrs. Francisco E. Casero 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Alan C. Caslavka Ms. Terri Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Catalano The Catholic Foundation Mrs. Maureen Hanratty and Mr. Francis G. Celii Mr. John C. Cha 1994 Mr. and Mrs. Greg B. Chaffin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Chalson Mr. and Mrs. George C. Chang Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Chapman 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Chase 1965 Mr. and Mrs. E. Davis Chauviere Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Chavez Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Chen Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark Chevallier Dr. Sreenivas R. Chittoor and Ms. Tara A. Carey Mr. and Mrs. J. Kevin Ciavarra 1989 Max and Kristin Ciccarelli Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cipione Citi Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Civello 1997 Mr. and Mrs. Sam J. Civello 1994 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Clancy 1983 Mrs. Ann and Mr. Charles* Clark, Jr. 1956 Mr. Charles Clark III 1990 Ms. Catherine A. Clayton Mark & Cathy Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Cleary 1995 Ms. Katherine E. Clements Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Clifford Rev. Thomas P. Cloherty 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Bennett R. Cloud 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Codd, Jr. Ms. Barbara A. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Coleman Mr. W. Lee Coleman and Dr. Susan J. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Collazo The Collie Family Mr. and Mrs. Brennan J. Collins 2002 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Collins 1955 Mr. and Mrs. J. Jan Collmer 1952 Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. and Mrs. John Compton Mr. and Mrs. Frederik A. Constantinesco Gail and David Cook 1975 Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Cook Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Cook 1968 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Cooper* Mr. and Mrs. E. Anthony Copp, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Corboy John and Mary Cormier Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Corasaniti 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Cortez Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Cox 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crain Mr. and Mrs. John Cravens Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Cribbin 1977 Dr. and Mrs. Randy Crim Mr. Brian A. Crockett and Dr. Barbara P. Crockett Mr. and Mrs. Harlan R. Crow Ms. Gretchen D. Crowder Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crutcher III 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Pete G. Cruz, Jr. Ms. Gisela Cruz Mr. and Mrs. John A. Cuellar 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Cunningham

Newly Renovated Historical Library

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Campaign Leadership CAMPAIGN CO-CHAIRS Michael F. Terry Charles M. Young VERIFICATION COMMITTEE Mr. Gregory R. Ave 1982 Mr. David C. Berend Ms. Jan F. Deck Mr. John F. Fitzsimmons, Jr. 1976 Mr. Robert S. Folsom Mr. William L. Sladek 1978 Mr. John P. Watters 1982 FACULTY/STAFF COMMITTEE Mr. John F. Fitzsimmons, Jr. 1976 Mr. Robert Lanier Ms. Dea Ochs Mr. Hector Ramirez Ms. Virginia Seeligson

The following people showed exceptional leadership and generosity in their time commitments and financial contributions to the We Are Jesuit Campaign.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Askew Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. August Mr. and Mrs. James P. Barrow Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Bell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Carey, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Corasaniti 1983 Dr. Michael A. Deck Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Dell Mr. and Mrs. Fritz L. Duda Mr. John P. Flavin Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gates 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gulis Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hanratty Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hever 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Hughes, Jr. 1971 Mrs. Audrey Jack

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Curnes Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Curran Gene and Ana Katherine Curry Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Curtin, Jr. 1991 Mr. and Mrs. John I. Curts Mr. and Mrs. William S. Dahlstrom Mr. Preston M. Dargan 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Daus Mr. and Mrs. Bradford W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Davis 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Davis Mr. and Mrs. David R. Deary Dr. Michael A. Deck Ms. Jan F. Deck Dr. Michael E. Degen Dr. and Mrs. Rory A. Delaney Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Dell Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeLong Mr. and Mrs. Nunzio DeSantis Dr. Anne H. Desmond Ms. Celeste DesOrmeaux Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Devine* Mr. Andrew S. Dewa and Mrs. Keren Deng Dr. Elihut and Dr. Ramon Diaz-Arrastia Mr. and Mrs. John Diebold Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Dieste Mr. Raymond D. DiLorenzo, Jr. 1991 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Doherty Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Dominguez Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Domstead The Donachie Foundation Dr. Nancy Donachie and Dr. Robert Donachie 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Donahue Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donahue 1977 Dr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Donica Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Donovan 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Dorsey Dougherty Family

Mr. and Mrs. J. Matthew Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Manogue Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McNally Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McWhorter Mr. and Mrs. Tom M. Melsheimer 1979 Dr. and Mrs. Luis A. Mignucci Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moen Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Morgan, Jr. 1971 Mr. and Mrs. George S. Moussa 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Neuhoff, Sr. 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Nicolais Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. O’Brien 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Rick J. O’Brien 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Scot W. O’Brien 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Pratt, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Rawlings Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Snyder 1980

Mrs. Fran Eikenberg and Mr. David Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Michael Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Dove 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Doyle 1978 Mr. Henry W. Du Bois Duda Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Fritz L. Duda Mr. and Mrs. Fritz L. Duda, Jr. 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Duell, Jr. 1980 Mr. Michael S. Duffy Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dunkerley Mr. Edward D. Dunlap 2002 Mr. and Mrs. John K. Dunlap Mr. and Mrs. Clark R. Durham Mr. Mark B. Dwyer 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Earl Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Earsing Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Edge Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Ehlinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eifert Mr. and Mrs. James J. Eifler Mr. and Mrs. James L. Einspanier 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Rod G. Einspanier 1977 Mr. and Ms. Curt Elchlepp Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Elpers Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Embach Mr. and Mrs. Michael Engels Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. English Mrs. Clifford Ensminger Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Ensminger 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Eppig Mr. and Mrs. William R. Erickson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Umberto Erpillo II 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Cemil Erturkuner Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Espinoza 1985 Mr. Eduardo L. Esteve 1985 Dr. and Mrs. Ron Eubanks Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Evans

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stankey Mr. and Mrs. Roger T. Staubach Mr. and Mrs. John L. Strauss Mr. and Mrs. Phineas W. Stubbs, Jr. 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Terry Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Tillotson 1980 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tillotson 1953 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Tindell III 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Troy 1957 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wensinger 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Wernick Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Whelan 1976 Mr. William H. Wilcox and Dr. Elizabeth L. Todd Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wright Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Young

Ms. Nirvana M. Fahmy Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Fain 1962 Dr. Osvaldo Fajardo and Mrs. Rose Fajardo Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Farmer 1966 Mr. and Mrs. David C. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. David Farrell Dr. Jean M. Ferrara and Mr. Richard Ferrara 1981 Dr. and Mrs. Michael R. Fetty 1960 Mr. and Mrs. R. Lynn Fielder Mr. and Mrs. William P. Finegan Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Finnegan 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Andy Fisk Mr. and Mrs. George A. Fisk 1967 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Fitzsimmons, Jr. 1976 Mr. John P. Flavin Mr. Edward C. Fleming 1959 Mr. Walter L. Fleming III 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Fletcher Mr. Kevin J. Flynn 1991 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Foerster Mr. and Mrs. R. Steve Folsom 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Joel K. Fontenot 1979 Mr. Constantino A. Fontes 2010* Mr. Jordan C. Ford 1995 Dr. Terry Ford and Mrs. Julie Ford Mr. and Mrs. John W. Foster IV 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Fountain III Mr. Kevin C. Fox 1978 Ms. Mary E. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Fox 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Foxworth Mr. and Mrs. Reginald L. Foxworth Mrs. Meg Frainey Mr. and Mrs. Eric Fredericks Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Freimuth Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frieze Mrs. Kay Frigo Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Fritz summer 2013 | 29


W E A R E J E S U I T C A M PA I G N 2 0 0 7 - 2 0 1 2 Mr. and Mrs. Julien C. Frost Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Furlong 1967 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fynes Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Galindo Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gallaway, Jr. 1958 Mr. Daniel J. Galligan 1997 Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Galligan Mrs. Peggy and Dr. Charles O.* Galvin Mr. and Mrs. John F. Galvin Mr. and Mrs. Jay J. Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Gardner Dr. Leslie B. Garner and Dr. Garrett H. Garner 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Garrison 1992 Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Garvey, Jr. 1975 Mr. Thomas F. Garvin 1973 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gates 1983 Mr. Drue Gawel Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Gehan 1982 Mrs. Helen* and Mr. John C. Gehan Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Gehan 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. George, Sr. Mr. Alan W. Gesalman The Drs. Thomas and Julie Gibbons The Gilchrist Family Mrs. Tracey and Mr. Thomas N.* Gillis Mr. and Ms. Thomas R. Giltner Mr. Jeffrey S. Girard 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Givonetti Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Glasgow Mr. and Mrs. David W. Gleeson Dr. and Ms. Gregory P. Gleim Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Godvin Mr. and Mrs. Ryan C. Golden 1994 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin H. Good Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Gorman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Gossett, Sr. 1966 Mr. and Mrs. James H. Graass Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Grabowsky Mr. and Mrs. James P. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Graham 1994 Dr. and Mrs. David A. Grattafiori Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Gresback Mr. and Mrs. John E. Grimes Mr. and Mrs. John E. Grimes, Jr. 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Grimshaw 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gulis Mr. Jeffrey P. Gunst 1995 Mr. Keith R. Gunst 1991 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gurun Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Gusa Mr. Richard Gussoni Mr. and Mrs. Michael Haddad Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Hafertepe, Sr. 1978 Patrick & Beatrice Haggerty Foundation Mrs. Rainey and Mr. James L.* Hairston, Sr. 1948 Ms. Rima Hakim Ms. Mary D. Halfmann Mr. and Mrs. John P. Halovanic, Sr. Monica and David Hamer Family 1984 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hanley 1975 Mr. Thomas Hanlon Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Hanratty Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Hansen, Jr. 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Haralson Miss Jessica M. Harbin Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Harms Mr. and Mrs. Dalton D. Harris III 1982 Mr. and Mrs. James B. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Harris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Harrison 1953 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Hart Mrs. Barbara Hataway Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Hayes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Healy 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Heartsill Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Hebig Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Henderson Ms. Kathleen A. Muldoon and Dr. Robert S. Hendler 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Billy F. Henly Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Henrion Mr. and Mrs. Fred Herman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hever 1978 Mr. and Mrs. William Heye

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Highlander Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Hilbert, Jr. Mr. Charles L. Hinton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Hoffman Dr. and Mrs. William J. Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Blake K. Holman 1984 Mr. Thomas B. Hood and Dr. Teresa Hood Ms. Kathleen Hoskins Mr. Tim Host Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Houlihan 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Houser Mr. Joseph A. Howard 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Hubach, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. Hubach 1988 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hubach Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Huff 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Huggins Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Hughes, Jr. 1971 The Estate of Richard Monroe Hull Mr. Richard M. Hull, Sr. 1958* Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Hull Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Humbert, Jr. 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Hupfeld 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Hurley III Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Huselton Mr. and Mrs. Curtis C. Ideker Mr. and Mrs. Claro F. Ines Dr. and Mrs. Jerome J. C. Ingels 1946 Mrs. Audrey and Mr. James* Jack Mr. and Mrs. John S. Jackson 1982 Mr. John E. Jamieson 1985 Mr. Robert E. Jamieson 1983 Mr. Nicolas S. Jans Ms. Tina M. Jans The Jaspersen Family Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Jennings Mr. and Mrs. George P. Jennings 1951 Mrs. William J. Jennings Jesuit Baseball Booster Club Jesuit Community of Jesuit College Preparatory School Jesuit Women’s Auxiliary

September 2008 Completion of Hughes Hall and new counseling wing

May 2007 Feasability study begins JUNE 2007

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DECEMBER 2007

February 2008 Groundbreaking ceremony

JUNE 2008

September 2009 Completion of new classroom wing

April 2009 Gift and pledge total reaches $23.9 million DECEMBER 2008

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W E A R E J E S U I T C A M PA I G N 2 0 0 7 - 2 0 1 2 Mrs. Jerry A. Jeter John’s Building Services Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Johnsen Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Johnson 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T. Johnson 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Johnson, Jr. Mr. L. Murphy Johnston 1980 Mrs. Nancy B. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Bryan H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jones Rev. Msgr. Milam J. Joseph 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Josephs 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Joyner Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kalis Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Kang 1988 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kaplan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Keffler Mr. and Mrs. Langford Keith Dr. and Mrs. James Ken Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kendrick Mr. David G. Kerl Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Kernodle 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Kessler Mr. Cyril R. Khoury Mr. and Mrs. Elias Y. Khoury Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert R. Khoury Dr. and Mrs. John M. Kidwell 1968 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kimberling, Jr. King-White Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James S. King, Sr. 1968 Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kirby Mr. J. Jeffrey Kitowski 1966 Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Klickman Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Kluft 1999 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Kluft, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Knight Mr. Mark Knize Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Koch Mr. and Mrs. Dominic G. Koeijmans 1979 Mr. John R. Koeijmans 2004 Mr. and Mrs. John V. Koeijmans 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Koskovich Mr. and Mrs. John R. Kraft Mr. and Mrs. J. Matthew Kramer

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kriesel Mr. and Mrs. John Kunasek Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Kuntz III Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lacerte Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lacey Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. LaDriere II Mr. Jack R. LaDue 1977 Mr. and Mrs. C. Kevin LaDue 1979 Miss Karen M. Lahey Mr. James F. Lake 1950 Dr. and Mrs. Jack E. LaManna Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. LaMarche 1960 Mr. Alan P. Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Lambert Ms. Abigail M. Landon Mr. and Mrs. John Landon, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. James W. Langley Mr. Scott F. Langlinais 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Lanier Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lapetina Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lastelick 1949 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Lattner 1969 Mrs. Berta Lavandera Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo J. Lavandera 1991 Ms. Katharine S. Leake Mr. and Mrs. Rick Leal Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ledford 1990 Dr. and Mrs. Hsuch-Ming Lee 1985 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Leedy Mr. and Mrs. Frank Leftwich Mr. and Mrs. John Leinbaugh Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Leiter Mrs. Patricia and Mr. Jeremiah E.* Lenihan, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Lenz 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Liese 1981 Mr. William J. Liese 1979 Mr. John W. Lilley III Mrs. Lori M. Lilley Mr. and Mrs. Warner J. Linehan Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lister Mr. and Mrs. Di Liu Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lock Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Long Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lott

September 2010 Completion of Information Commons

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Loughborough 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Brent Loving Mr. John M. Luby 1962 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Luck 1977 Br. Lawrence J. Lundin, S.J. 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Lynch 1987 M.G. Eipper & Co., Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Maas Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Machir 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Brad W. Mack Dr. and Mrs. Michael Mack Dr. Christopher J. Madden 1984 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maher 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Maher 1974 Mr. Michael J. Mallardi 1991 Mr. John Maloney Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Manogue Ms. Catherine Marchand Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Marino Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marino Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Markham 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Corey Marr Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Marshall Mr. Francis Martin and Mrs. Christina Palacios Mr. and Mrs. Mark Martin Cecilia and Matt Martin 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Rick E. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Joaquin Martinez Mr. Joe A. Martinez, Jr. Mrs. Dona and Mr. Reuben D.* Martinez 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Marz 1974 Mr. Daniel S. Massanelli 2008 Miss Mallory Massanelli Mrs. Donna* and Mr. Stephen C. Massanelli Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Massoud, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mattacchione Mr. Michael J. Mattair Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V. Mattia Mr. and Mrs. John Mayeron Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. McAlone, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. McBride Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McCaffrey Mr. Philip D. McCaffrey 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. McCall, Jr.

August 2011 Completion of 1962 Classroom wing renovation

December 2012 Financial goal met, campaign ends

October 2011 Completion of new Athletic Center March 2012 Completion of baseball stadium renovation

October 2010 Completion of Football Stadium renovation JUNE 2010

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W E A R E J E S U I T C A M PA I G N 2 0 0 7 - 2 0 1 2 Mr. and Mrs. Greg Nichols Mr. John H. Nicholson 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Nicolais Mr. Greg Nielson Mr. and Mrs. James Nipper Mr. and Mrs. R. Douglas Noah, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Noah Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Nolan Dr. John M. Norris, Ph.D. Ms. Mary Lynn Novelli Dr. Ernesto Nunez-Muniz and Ms. Mona Y. LaFontaine Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Nye Mr. and Mrs. Hubert J. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. O’Brien 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Rick J. O’Brien 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Scot W. O’Brien 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Ochs Mr. and Mrs. David P. O’Connor 1986

Football Stadium Grand Opening (November 11, 2010)

Mrs. Kaye McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. McCarthy Mr. Christopher J. McCarville Mr. and Mrs. Wade McClure Mr. and Mrs. Michael McCormick Mr. Paul E. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McDermott 1960 Mr. Todd E. McElhatton 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. McGhee 1991 Mr. and Mrs. David J. McGowan 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. McGuire III 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. McGuire 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. McIntyre 1997 Mr. and Mrs. James F. McKee Mr. and Mrs. Michael McKool, Jr. 1967 Mrs. Mike McKool Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. McLochlin 1992 Mr. and Mrs. J. Patrick McLochlin Mr. and Mrs. Leonard D. McManaman 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McNally Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. McNearney III Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McWhorter Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Melcher Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Mello Mr. and Mrs. Tom M. Melsheimer 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Melton 1973 Mr. Ryan Menard Ms. Carolyn A. Mentesana Mr. and Mrs. Mark Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Randall Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Metzger Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. James A. Michalak Mrs. Toni Mignogna Dr. and Mrs. Luis A. Mignucci Mr. and Mrs. Carleton M. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Miller III Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey N. Miller Ms. Nancy Treadwell-Miller and Mr. Mark D. Miller 1976

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Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Miller 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Gerard C. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moen Mr. and Mrs. James J. Mongaras, Sr. 1972 Mr. Ian T. Monk 2010 Dr. and Mrs. Joe E. Monk Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Montemayor Donna Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. James H. Moody III Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Moore Mr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Moore III 1987 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Moore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David T. Moran Ms. Michelle Morgan Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Morgan, Jr. 1971 Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery Morton Mr. and Mrs. David Mott Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Motter 1985 Mr. and Mrs. George S. Moussa 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Guy B. Mrnustik 1996 Mr. and Mrs. A. Carl Mudd Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Mullan Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Murad, Sr. 1980 CDR and Mrs. Daniel R. Murphy 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Murphy, Jr. Mr. Joseph M. Murphy 1959 Mr. and Mrs. P. Sean Murphy 1972 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Murphy 1963 Mr. and Mrs. David C. Myers Dr. Elizabeth Naftalis and Dr. Richard C. Naftalis 1975 Mr. Jon C. Napper Mr. Patrick J. Naughton Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Nawalaniec Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Neitzel 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuhoff III 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Neuhoff 1953 Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Neuhoff, Sr. 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Neuhoff 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Newcomb Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Newman

Mrs. Liza E. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. William J. O’Dwyer Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ogden Mr. David E. Oglesby Mr. and Mrs. Polycarp Ohakwe Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. O’Neal III Ms. Anna Osetinsky Mr. and Mrs. James F. Oster 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pagel Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Paluck Mrs. Kathleen Pandola Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Panza Mr. James E. Parsons and Ms. M. Katheryn Boyle Mr. Evan D. Pecorari 2010 Mr. Michael J. Pedevilla 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peinado, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. August J. Pellizzi, Jr. 1969 Pepsi Bottling Group Ms. Dolores Perez


W E A R E J E S U I T C A M PA I G N 2 0 0 7 - 2 0 1 2 Mr. Richard A. Perry, Jr. Mrs. Vanessa Perry Mr. David P. Peters 1987 Dr. Alison Black and Mr. Christopher D. Phipps 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Piellucci Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Pierotti, Jr. 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Pierre 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Pigeon Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Poliner Mr. and Mrs. Alex L. Ponzio Rev. Philip S. Postell, S.J. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Pott Mr. Preston K. Poulter 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Powers Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Pratt, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Pressler Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pride Mr. and Mrs. Dustin M. Pridmore 1997 Mr. James C. Pritchard and Dr. Marcia A. Pritchard

Mr. Joseph J. Reina 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Reiser 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Shawn C. Remek Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Rice Mrs. Julie A. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rickert Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Riffert Mr. and Mrs. John Rischard Mr. and Mrs. Don Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Brent A. Robison Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Rodenroth Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Rodriguez Dr. and Ms. Neil M. Rofsky Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Root III Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Rosengarden Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Rossato, Jr. Mrs. Patsy* and Mr. James T. Rountree, Jr. 1956 Ms. Sheryl Row Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rowley Mrs. Cleo and Mr. Thomas J.* Ruhnke Dr. and Mrs. David W. Russell, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. James S. Ryan III Mr. and Mrs. R. Derek Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ryan Mr. Christopher J. Ryan, Jr. 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Victor A. Sahm III 1985 Mr. Todd B. Salters and Dr. Erin M. Owen-Salters Mr. and Mrs. Ken E. Salyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Sapienza Mr. and Mrs. T. Aaron Satterthwaite, Jr. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Joe R. Saucedo, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Sayers Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Scala Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Schaffler Mr. and Mrs. John G. Schmeltz 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Schmeltz Schmidt & Stacy Consulting Engineers, Inc. Ms. Patti D. Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Schoettmer Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schuster, Jr. 1958 Mr. James S. Schwab Kathy and Mark Scucchi 1996 Mrs. Virginia Seeligson Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Z. Segal Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Sementelli Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Shannon III Mr. and Mrs. David C. Sharman 1961 Marcie and Joel Sharp 1987 The Sheaner Family Dr. and Mrs. Dwight M. Shewchuk Mr. and Mrs. James D. Shields 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Clinton B. Shouse Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Siebs 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Denis G. Simon Mr. and Mrs. William L. Sladek, Sr. 1978 Dr. and Mrs. Louis M. Sloan Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smerge Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. C. Smith 1947 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley S. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Brien P. Smith 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Dane F. Smith Ms. Deborah A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Jason C. Smola 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Snyder 1980 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Soich Mr. Charles Sonsteby Ms. Cheryl Sonsteby Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Speer 1986 Mr. and Ms. Daniel Spika Mrs. Juli C. Spottiswood

1962 Wing Renovation

Mr. Casey C. Profitt Mr. Donovan Putnam Mr. and Mrs. David M. Pyke Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Quarry 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quint Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quintanilla Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Radcliff Mr. and Mrs. Jeffers Rader Mr. and Mrs. Hector Ramirez Ms. Kimberly D. Raschke Mr. Gunnar S. Rawlings 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Rawlings Mr. and Mrs. David B. Ray Dr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Reames 1952 Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Reed Mr. P. Keith Reese Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Regan Mr. Daniel T. Rego 1984 Mr. Andrew S. Rehwinkel 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Reihsen III

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W E A R E J E S U I T C A M PA I G N 2 0 0 7 - 2 0 1 2 Mr. Philip M. Spottiswood Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Stacey Mary and David Stack 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Stack 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Stanford Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stankey Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Staubach 1993 Mr. and Mrs. Roger T. Staubach Mr. and Mrs. John Stephens Dr. and Mrs. Torrence J. Stepteau Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Sterling 1966 Ms. Elise M. Stewart Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Stich III Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Stine Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. Stoebner 1958 Mr. Mark C. Stoltz and Mrs. Mary F. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Stoltz 2000 Mr. Dennis J. Stoutenburgh Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Stratman Mr. and Mrs. John L. Strauss Mr. and Mrs. Nathan P. Stricklen 1995 Mr. and Mrs. George M. Strong 1980 Ms. Elisabeth M. Struckell Mr. and Mrs. Phineas W. Stubbs, Jr. 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Suellentrop Mr. and Mrs. Jon K. Summers Mr. and Ms. Bryceon J. Sumner, Jr. Mrs. Nancy Talkington Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Tanner 1958 Ms. Rosemary R. Tarangioli Mr. and Mrs. Chris Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Tehan Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Tehan 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Terrence J. Tenholder 1952 The Mike and Mary Terry Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Chris Thomas Mr. and Mrs. James M. Thomas 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Chaunce H. Thompson Dr. and Mrs. William Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Tibbits Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Tillotson 1980 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tillotson 1953 Mr. and Mrs. James Timmer Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Timms Mr. and Mrs. William A. Tindell III 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Tobolka 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tole Dr. and Mrs. George A. Toledo Mr. Christopher G. Tomlin 1989 Dr. and Mrs. Louis A. Torres, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Towle Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Traupman 1968 Mrs. Wendy Traylor Mr. Steve Traynor Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Trost 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Troy 1957 Mrs. Judy Troy Mr. Ivan P. Tse 1992 Mr. John C. Turner, Jr. Ms. Suzi T. Turner Brian J. Tusa Family 1990 Mrs. Johanna Uek Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Uhl Mr. Leonel Urrobazo Mr. and Mrs. Michael Uy Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo J. Valdes

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Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Valek 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Valletti Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Van de Ven Mrs. Catherine and Mr. J. Michael* Vance, Sr. 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Vander Heiden Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. VanKirk Ms. Jeniffer S. Varley Dr. and Mrs. Carlos E. Velasco Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vierling Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Vines, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Vinson II Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore J. Viviano Mr. and Mrs. Max Von Schlehenried Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Wachsman Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Wageman Mr. and Mrs. David A. Waggoner Dr. and Mrs. Chad E. Wagner 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Seth J. Waits 2001 Mr. and Mrs. David J. Walker 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent S. Walkowiak Mr. and Mrs. T. Michael Wall 1971 Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Walsh IV Jo Ann Ross Walters Estate Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Sanford E. Warren, Jr. Mr. Joseph D. Wasaff Washington Mutual-WaMoola for Schools Mr. and Mrs. John P. Watters 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Watts Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Weaver, Jr. 1964 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Webking 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Weilert Mr. and Mrs. Greg Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Welch Mr. and Mrs. John Wellik Drs. George and Diane Wendel Mr. and Mrs. David Wengierski Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wensinger 1977 Mr. Thomas P. Wensinger 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Wernick Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wester Dr. and Mrs. Matthew V. Westmoreland Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Wetzel Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wheeler III Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Whelan 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Leo E. Whelan 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. White, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. White Dr. Elaine Whittaker Mr. and Mrs. David G. Whittemore Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Wilbert, Jr. 1962 Mr. William H. Wilcox and Dr. Elizabeth L. Todd Mr. and Mrs. Brian H. Wildes 1968 Mr. Chase A. Wildes 2009 Mr. and Mrs. David Z. Williams 1996 Mr. Douglas Williams and Mrs. Kathryn B. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Scott V. Williams Mr. Robert C. Williams Ms. Barbara Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin N. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Wilson 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Tracy R. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Winikates, Jr. 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wischmeyer 1976 Dr. and Mrs. Michael E. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Wolf Mr. Raymond E. Wooldridge Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Wright Mr. and Mrs. George F. Wunderlick 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wunderlick, Jr. 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Wunderlick 1984 Mrs. Harry K. Yeager Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Young Mr. John W. Young Mr. and Mrs. Keith Young Mrs. Shawn Young Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Young Dr. Manny Yzaguirre Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Zeske 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Zmigrosky Anonymous (9) MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES ADP AIG Associa AT&T Foundation Bank of America Foundation Burlington Northern Sante Fe Foundation Consolidated Food Concept, Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation Fidelity Foundation Follett Higher Education Group Frito-Lay, Inc. GE Foundation Global Impact Goldman Sachs & Co. JP Morgan Chase Foundation Just Brakes Medtronic Foundation Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation Microsoft Corporation Mobil Foundation, Inc. Morgan Stanley New York Life Foundation Northwestern Mutual Foundation Occidental Petroleum Charitable Foundation Pepsico Foundation Regions Financial Corporation Rockwell International Texas Instruments Foundation Towers Perrin UBS Financial Services, Inc. Verizon Wells Fargo Foundation Yum! Brands Foundation Inc.

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WE ARE JESUIT CAMPAIGN ACCOMPLISHMENTS Endowment $6.5 Million

Because Jesuit is committed to educating qualified young men without regard for their ability to pay, maintaining a robust endowment is vital. The Jesuit Fund for Excellence is a permanent endowment that provides a predictable source of funding. This endowment will enable financial aid to continue while limiting tuition increases, supporting faculty development and academic and extracurricular programs, and providing the administration the flexibility to respond to opportunities that arise.

Facilities $24 Million

Jesuit is committed to offering an ideal environment for formation of its students. Such an environment provides sufficient space, appropriate resources, and effective tools. To honor that commitment, Jesuit identified the following needs:

Student Commons, Counseling and Student Services The auditorium was transformed into a multi-use Student Commons that provides meeting space for 300 people with audiovisual display capabilities. It also houses the Office of Student Affairs and the Office of Campus Ministry. In addition, the space yielded counseling offices, enabling the creation of six classrooms in the space previously devoted to counseling offices.

COMPLETED SEPTEMBER 2008

Information Commons

Stadium Renovation

The library was restructured to create an information commons that meets all student study needs. The traditional library area houses print works in a comfortable environment for reading while another area houses computer workstations and worktables for portable computing devices. Additional space accommodates group work and study.

Our stadium is used for competition yearround by seven sports. Eleven additional sports use it for training and conditioning. Renovations provide a safe and comfortable environment for athletes and spectators:

COMPLETED SEPTEMBER 2010

• Improved access to spectator seating (meet ADA requirements) • Increased spectator seating • Upgraded lighting and sound systems • New concession stands, restrooms and press box

COMPLETED OCTOBER 2010

Classrooms

Athletic Complex

Baseball Stadium

A wing constructed on the northeast corner of campus added eleven classrooms. This space and the six classrooms created through the auditorium conversion allow improved course scheduling, as well as additions to the curriculum. The new wing houses two rooms equipped with language learning laboratory equipment that improves foreign language proficiency. The original 1962-built classrooms were renovated and updated to meet modern teaching requirements.

Enrollment has nearly doubled since the original athletic facilities were built. In addition, the number of sports in which students compete has increased to 18. A new structure meets the needs of these students with locker rooms, training facilities, coaches’ offices, and modern concession stands.

The baseball stadium was improved by the addition of sunken dugouts, premium spectator seating, a press box, and a new backstop structure. These upgrades improve asthetics and safety.

COMPLETED SEPTEMBER 2011

COMPLETED OCTOBER 2011

COMPLETED SPRING 2012


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sister, Sr. Consuelo Rodriguez, received her brown habit for the Discalced Carmelite nuns. “God bless her community of cloistered nuns.”

(L-R) Jesuit Class of 2001 graduates, Andrew Goforth, Matt Lindner, Mike Deck and Chris Bellinger, celebrating together.

1940s

restoring a 1949 MG-TC auto that I’ve owned for 55 years.”

A Jesuit for 66 years, Dick McGowan ’46 first encountered the religious order founded by St. Ignatius of Loyola 70 years ago when he enrolled at 3812 Oak Lawn Ave. A member of the first freshman class of Jesuit High School, he taught at both locations as a scholastic and priest throughout the years. “I have been an alumnus and Jesuit longer than anyone else. There are not many left from that first freshman class in 1942.”

John Myers ’54 is completing work on his second book about transportation history. The City of Plano recently dedicated the Johnnie J. Myers Research Center, which contains years of public transit material from John’s personal collection. It is located in the Interurban Railway Museum on 15th St. in Plano, Texas.

Bill Spaeth ’46 and his wife have started a small village with seven children, 20 grandchildren, and 34 great-grandchildren. “All of this makes for a merry Christmas and really keeps us busy. We are so proud!”

Rafael Tovar ’56 is sad to report that his wife, Alicia Tovar, passed away on July 20, 2012 in San Bernardino, Calif. In January, his

In the fall of 1952 at the revered Oak Lawn campus, the patriarch of the Villareal family, Ronnie Villareal ’56, entered Jesuit High School as a freshman, where he played football and ran track. Seven sons and grandsons followed in his footsteps. Three of Ronnie’s sons also played on Jesuit’s State Championship Soccer Teams. See photo below. Future grads not pictured: Conrad Villareal ’17 (Jesuit High School Portland, Ore.) and Brock Villareal ’27. Bob White ’56 lives in Gun Barrel City, Texas, where he specializes in hotel sales in Texas and New Mexico. A member of the Knights of Columbus for 56 years, he is grateful for his Jesuit education and proud to have been on Coach Lank Smith’s TCIL championship team of 1954. Married for 52 years, Bob has nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. All is well with Freddie Schaefer ’57 and family. After a knee replacement in 2011 and a shoulder

rotator cuff repair in November, he is completing his physical therapy. He is also busy with his developing Amway business. Call him at 713-303-3556. Paul Ackels ’58 and wife, Ellen DiMeola, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary this summer. George Tuton ’58 invites you to visit him on Facebook and Linkedin @GeorgeTuton. Check out his website tutonart.com.

1960s Jim Goodman ’60 and his wife, Jeannette, have become active in the Brain Injury Network of Dallas (BIND). Check out more information on their website or facebook page. Bernard Marton ’60 has completed something only eight other people have managed to do. In February he ran in the Fort Worth Cowtown Challenge 50K Ultra Marathon. When he crossed the finish line he earned the fifth wedge of the coveted Texas Star for competing and finishing the marathon five years in a row. Three women and five men have done the same and Bernard is the senior member of this group by 12 years. See photo on next page. Bill Davis ’61 and wife, Sharon, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary this July. Blessed with two children, Ali is a

1950s After retiring from the Navy in 1987, Larry Magner ’51 moved to Baltimore and became the business manager for St. Ignatius Church and St. Ignatius Loyola Academy. He and his wife now live in a retirement community in Atlantic Beach, Fla. Paul McKean ’51 is getting “old, fat, and mean.” He also reports that he is “inundated with possums, coons, foxes and stinkbugs.” Bill Wohlfeld ’52 is still working as a mechanical design engineer. “Next year I’ll be 80 years old and I’ll retire to the garage to begin

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The Villareal Family, with family patriarch Ronnie Villareal ’56, gets decked out in Jesuit regalia. Top Row (L to R): Roger Villareal ’94, Roland Villareal ’86, Ruben Villareal ’90, Ron Villareal ’79, René Villareal ’94, Bottom Row (L to R): Christian Buechel ’10, Ronnie Villareal ’56, Collin Buechel ’14. See class note above.


Joe Frank LaLumia ’65 has retired to a smaller home located one block from Lake Tawakoni in Texas. Retirement brings time for him to enjoy fishing, astronomy, and his ham radio. “My radio call sign is W1XWX.” Retired in 2010, Don Maher ’65 spends time traveling with wife, Jeannette. Son, Jeff Maher ’89 and wife, Corina, presented them with a new granddaughter, MacKenzie, in June 2012. “Grandson, Joey, enjoys being a big brother and we love being grandparents!”

Bernard Marton ’60 completed the Fort Worth Cowtown Challenge 50K Ultra Marathon five times. See class note page 36.

college freshman at Western Washington University and Roby is a freshman at Bainbridge High School. “Life has been very good. I am still working and have been in the college text biz for 43 years. Pretty sure I’m the most senior person in the industry that still visits college campuses every single day!” Tony Wood ’61 has been living life to the fullest even though he was diagnosed with ALS in 2011. Confined to a wheelchair and unable to move or speak, Tony still actively works on new patent ideas in his Tacoma, Wash., lab. He currently has 71 U.S. patents and looks forward to more on his journey ahead. Lance Emerson ’61 lives in Hot Springs Village, Ark. With nine PGA golf courses and 11 lakes, the village is larger than the island of Manhattan. “We are only a five-hour drive from Dallas. Come on up!” After his dog died, Bill Raymond ’62, got a tomcat. “He’s much the same as the dog. He bites, scratches and annoys the neighbors.” Bill also spends time keeping his 1984 AMC Eagle running like a watch. Bill Lalla ’65 and Richard Lalla ‘68 are happy to report that their mother, Kathryn F. Lalla, turned 100 years old in October. “She is doing great.”

Mike Gregory ’66 is executive minister of South Mac Church in Irving, Texas. “I have attended church here since 1977 and have served in my present position for over 5 years.” He is a candidate for District 7, Irving ISD Board of Trustees, where he previously served from 1995-1998. His wife, Jensy, is completing her 41st year of teaching and her 25th year of teaching in Irving. John DiFrancesco ’66 has four grandsons, ages six months to five years old. Phil Civello ’68 is celebrating 25 years in the food business selling specialty ravioli and other products at Civello’s Raviolismo on Peak Street in Dallas. His son, Mitchel ’07, is a theater intern at night and interviews for advertising jobs during the day. Son, Rossi ’10, is a junior at St. Edward’s University and a teaching assistant.

1970s Rick Redmond ’70 has taken over the operation of 2616 Commerce. A beautiful event and wedding center in downtown Dallas, it is perfect for class reunions, etc. Visit 2616commerce.com to learn more. Tony Piccola ’71 is enjoying retirement and life in the SLOW lane. Joe Spurgin ’71 and wife, Myra, continue their careers in Dallas. Daughter, Katie, is a freshman at Texas Tech University. Son, Leo ’06, recently received his masters in architecture from and has taken a job with a firm in Denver where he and his bride, Mandy, now reside. Kevin Walkup ’71 is proud to announce that son, Marlin, was accepted into the Jesuit Class

Annual Alumni Crawfish Boil The weather was perfect on Saturday, April 27, when over 200 alumni and their guests came back to Jesuit for the annual alumni crawfish boil. In addition to plentiful crawfish, the event featured a cut-throat cornhole tournament and an exciting frozen t-shirt contest. The cornhole tournament winners were David Gambrel ’05 and Mark Wagner ’05 (pictured with their prizes, two custom Jesuit Dallas cornhole sets). John Mungioli ’05 (pictured above in his moment of victory) and Chris Phipps ’76 won the t-shirt contest, and each received a pair of tickets to the 2013 Jesuit homecoming concert. summer 2013 | 37


Son, Sgt. Anthony deMarco U.S.M.C., is now attending Brookhaven CC fulltime under the GI Bill and working fulltime as a trainer. Daughter, Myka, attends Marshall University in West Virginia on scholarship for soccer in Conference USA. Doug continues to play men’s soccer in the Over-50 division for North Dallas 40 Club. “I also play disc golf on Wednesdays during daylight savings time with Mike Quarry ’75, Ross Bickel ’75 and Bob Swenson ’77.”

Michael Allardyce ’03 (L) and Mike Zang ’88 show off their medals after completing the Dallas marathon. Friends and family ran the race in memory of Greg Zang ’03, who passed away in August 2012.

of 2017. “I think it’s interesting to note that I graduated in 1971 and Marlin will graduate in 2017 almost 42 years after me. That has to be a record!” Campo Campobasso ’72 and wife, Kathy, have four children and six grandchildren. Mark Orozco ’74 is marking his 35th year of teaching deaf children. Doug deMarco ’77 works as a systems engineer at L3 ComCept in Rockwall, three miles from where his wife, Cheryle, manages Rockwall Indoor Sports Expo. Visit www. riserockwall.com to learn more.

Jim Hairston ’79 has an SEC family with wife, Amanda (Ole Miss ‘90), daughter, Emily (Alabama junior), son, James (LSU sophomore), stepdaughters, Caitlin and Mallory (Arkansas freshman). “The Conference USA members— myself (SMU), and daughter, Mary Alice (Houston), are outnumbered on Saturdays!”

1980s Rob Snyder ’80 is still consumed by Stream Energy and five kids. Bill Ritter ’80 is proud to report that son, Evan, was the winner of the 2013 Erma Lowe Young Artist Competition. Evan will perform with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra at the Fort Worth Botanical Gardens as part of the FWSO’s Concerts in the Garden series. Evan Ritter is also the nephew of David Ritter ’80.

Scott Jackson ’82 announced that 2012 was a record year for production and transactions with Dave Perry-Miller & Associates. As a Lakewood Top Producer he sold over 100 homes. He celebrated 18 years of marriage to a wonderful wife, Kelley; has two great kids, Kendall, a sophomore at Ursuline and John, a seventh grader at St. Thomas and aspiring Jesuit Ranger Class of 2018. After Jesuit, Ryan Bartsch ’84, finished college at UNC, Wilmington, a university on the beach in North Carolina. Surfing became a big part of his life, as well as triathlons and owning a medical supply business gave him the opportunity to fund surf trips around the world. Ryan has been in the film business for 13 years. To learn more about the films he has worked check out IMDB Ryan Bartsch. Jason Terk ’85 is thrilled that his son, Joshua, has been admitted to the Jesuit Class of 2017. “Now he will experience the mission of Jesuit and start his journey to becoming a man for others!” J.J.Lastelick ’86 opened a third location of Dallas Watch & Diamonds at Trinity Mills and the Dallas North Tollway. It is a first class store buying and selling fine Swiss watches, jewelry and diamonds. Ross Coulter ’86 is proud that daughter, McKenna, will be a freshman at Ursuline in the fall,

but it will be six years before son, William, is old enough for Jesuit. Kids’ sports and other activities keep the family busy, and he regularly enjoys visits with 1986 classmates. After 11 fantastic years at CBS 11, Charlie Humbert ’87 begins a new career with Fox Sports Southwest, the home network of the Rangers, Mavericks and Dallas Stars. “When my wife and I aren’t working we are watching our sons, Charlie III and Nicholas, play flag football, basketball and lacrosse.” Allen Lambright ’87 was promoted to Lt. Colonel in the Texas Air National Guard. Mike Green ’87 is happy to be back in Dallas. His company, Fi-Tech Associates, is providing outsourced CFO and CIO services. “It was great seeing everyone at the 25th reunion!” Chris Goodson ’89 completed his doctorate in educational administration with the University of North Texas. He is in his fifth year as an executive director supervising 13 Richardson ISD elementary school principals. Tom Zucconi ’89 is serving as pastor to Sanctus Atlanta and Sanctus Communities, a network of missional communities in the metro Atlanta area. This model of planting the gospel is based on Acts 2 and the new monastic movement within the body of Christ. For more info visit Facebook/sanctuscommunities.

(L-R) Ross Bickle ’75, Mike Quarry ’75, Doug deMarco ’77, and Bob Swensen ’77 team up at the 2013 Annual Kickoff of their disc golf season. They still play every Wednesday night during daylight savings time.

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Jerry Morgan ’89 and Brian Coffey ’89 had no intention of meeting. Brian was visiting


Ryan Malphurs ’99 taught at Jesuit Dallas before heading off to Texas A&M where he completed his MA and PhD. “Although I loved my time at Jesuit as a teacher, I did feel a calling to continue my education.” He published a book, Rhetoric and Discourse in Supreme Court Oral Arguments, with Routledge Press. The book was taken from his dissertation at TAMU and culminated from observations of more than 100 oral arguments in Washington, D.C.

2000s Captain Mike Chebino ’00 and Captain Tommy Werner ’01 immediately after their last combat sortie together in Afghanistan. Both hope to be home soon.

Phoenix from his now-homestate of Idaho for the weekend with his University of San Diego friends. Their goal was to attend a bunch of spring training games and enjoy the Arizona sunshine. Jerry, who lives in Phoenix, was with friends celebrating his 42nd birthday at the L.A. Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics game at Phoenix Municipal Stadium on March 24. As luck would have it, they ran into each other and caught up about the last 10 years. See photo to the right.

1990s Quino Martinez ’91 was re-appointed chairman of the City of Orlando Board of Zoning Adjustment and completed a three-year term as board chairman of Habitat for Humanity Orlando, Fla. Jason Nelms ’93 is returning to the Dallas area with Kinetic Concepts Inc. He is a surgical sales territory manager for North Dallas. Brian Barker ’94 has moved from Portland, Ore., to Gunnison, Colo., where he is Director of Marketing & Media Relations for Western State Colorado University. Before the move, Brian was the spokesperson for a large fire department in Oregon, worked for 12 years as a television news reporter and spent the weekends working as a ski patroller on Mount Hood. Brian and his wife, Eryn, have a 4-year-old daughter and 5-month-old son.

Todd McGowan ’95 and wife, Traci, are looking forward to celebrating their 14th wedding anniversary. Both are avid Allen American (Central Hockey League) fans so if you are looking for them over the weekend, check out the ice. Jason Forrest ’97, chief sales officer and management coach at Forrest Performance Group, has won a Gold Stevie Award. In its seventh year, the Stevie Awards have become one of the world’s premier business awards. Jason’s sales training philosophy is focused on helping teams increase sales and retention rates through leadership sales training. His latest book, Leadership Sales Coaching, is the first book that transforms managers into coaches.

After successfully completing his service with the US Peace Corps in Guatemala, Nate Castillo ’00 went on to complete a masters in international education policy at Harvard University. Currently, he is working on his PhD from the University of Pennsylvania focusing on education reform and empowerment for developing countries in the spirit of being a man for others. Chris Cantwell ’00 reports that his original one-hour pilot Halt & Catch Fire has been green lit by AMC and will shoot in 2013. Set in Texas’ Silicon Prairie, the TV show deals with the computer boom of the early 1980s.

Gavin Justiss ’01 started work at the Austin office of a big law firm in October 2011, following the conclusion of my federal judicial clerkship in Dallas. “Work keeps me busy, but I can’t complain. I bought my first home and am thrilled to be living in Austin and have such a great job.” Garrett Mills ’02 moved to the United Kingdom in 2006, studying for an MA at the Department of War Studies at Kings College, London. He married Sarah Gates in July 2010 in St. Andrews, Scotland, where they met in 2004. This past semester he began his studies toward a bachelor of Dental Surgery at the University of Dundee and expects to graduate in the summer of 2018. Joe Nava ’02 and Elizabeth Stewart Nava were married on July 14, 2012 in St. Joseph Chapel in Mobile, Ala. Joe continues to teach and serve in Campus Ministry at Jesuit and recently graduated from the University of Dallas with a Master of Theological Studies from the School of Ministry. Michael Allardyce ’03 was promoted to editor of NFLSpinZone.com part of the FanSided family and Sports Illustrated digital community.

Stephen Bartnikowski ’98 added a second son, Walter, to his family. He is named after his late grandfather, Stanley Walter Bartnikowski, who passed away on December 27, 2012. Last year, Pat Bridegam ’98 told us their youngest daughter, Anaya, went through open heart surgery soon after birth to repair a congenital heart defect. The surgery and recovery went very well, and she is now over a year old, growing like crazy, and about to start walking. We are so thankful for her health and development, and for the chance to share our lives with her. Matthew Fields ’99 and family welcomed second daughter, Marian Ada, who was born December 20, 2012.

Jerry Morgan ’89 (L) and Brian Coffey ’89 bumped into each other at the L.A. Dodgers vs. Oakland Athletics game at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. See class note page 38.

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Val Eisele ’03 and wife, Jessie, are happy to announce the birth of their first child November 13, 2012. Her name is Story Sheila Eisele and she weighed 7 lbs and 3 oz. Conor Allyn ’04 directed a film, Java Heat, which was selected by the Dallas International Film Festival as one of their marquee films for their opening night and red carpet gala. Conor also cowrote the Java Heat screenplay which stars Mickey Rourke and Twilight’s Kellan Lutz. The movie will be released in theatres by IFC Films. More information is available at www.dallasfilm.org. Kevin Lutz ’04 was selected STRATCOMM Wing ONE Naval flight officer of the year 2012 and received the Navy/Marine Corps commendation medal. He is also a proud new dad.

Super Bowl ring photo courtesy of Jostens, Inc.

Just Super! For 70 years Jesuit Dallas has showcased a rich athletic history that has included over 100 state championships and a number of student-athletes who have navigated their way into the professional ranks. In 2010, Reggie Stephens ’05 made history by becoming the first Jesuit alumnus to be selected at the annual NFL Draft. This past February, Stephens accomplished another historical first as the Baltimore Ravens hoisted the Vince Lombardi Trophy following a rousing victory over San Francisco in Super Bowl XLVII. Getting a call in early January, Stephens joined the Ravens organization just in time for the postseason, and although he didn’t play during Baltimore’s impressive postseason run, his impact within the organization was immediate and set the stage for a bright future. “The timing of the call was impeccable,” offered Stephens. “I was headed to Arizona to begin my offseason training and my luggage was already in Phoenix. It was such an incredible blessing.” Stephens understands how volatile life can be as a professional athlete. The 6'3", 300-pound offensive lineman was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals just three years ago, but has already served six stints in the league with four different teams. And while he maintains high aspirations for his athletic future, he’s quick to point out that his experience at Jesuit Dallas laid the foundation for his success as he transitioned to Iowa State University. “The education I received at Jesuit is incomparable. My mom always stressed academics, and I’m so glad that she did. The academic rigor at Jesuit fully prepared me for life as a college athlete, and that was tremendously helpful in my development as a player.” Stephens, who shared that his most memorable moment in high school was the day Jesuit received the news it was joining the UIL, points to the camaraderie among friends and guidance from the staff in facilitating his academic, athletic and spiritual growth. “Jesuit Dallas is such an amazing community and I’m proof of the positive impact that our teachers and administrators have on its students. When I first came to Jesuit I had no intention of playing football, but I have Coach Wunderlick to thank for changing my focus. Coach Hickman shaped my football career, and I’m still implementing the techniques he taught me.” “Then there are the administrators,” continued Stephens. “I know they touch so many people in meaningful ways every day, but from Mr. Donahue to my junior counselor, Mr. Fitzsimmons, their perspective and counsel helped make me the man I am today. I am especially grateful for Father Postell, who encouraged my pursuits and always took the time to offer his wisdom and guidance.” As Stephens prepares for NFL mini-camp, he is encouraged by his own development and excited for the opportunity to suit up for the defending world champions. This year marks the first time that he has participated in a full off-season program with the same team and he has been projected second or third on the Ravens’ depth chart at center by numerous publications. “This is the best off-season I’ve ever had. There’s no substitute for experience and my commitment level has never been higher. Beyond my academic success, Jesuit Dallas always fostered my competitive spirit, and those lessons in discipline and determination have been invaluable. My experience at Jesuit will always remain a constant source of inspiration.”

CJ Ryan ’04 married Virginia Deaton in Lexington, Ky., on August 10, 2012. CJ and Virginia met while attending Dartmouth College and both graduated in May 2013 from the University of Kentucky College of Law. In attendance at the wedding were: Luis Arango ’04, Andrew Brown ’04, and Fred Constantinesco ’04. Before attending law school, CJ earned a Master’s of Education from the University of Notre Dame while participating in their Alliance for Education (ACE) program. In July 2012, he was appointed by Kentucky Governor, Steve Beshear, to serve a one-year term on the Commonwealth’s Council for Postsecondary Education. After completing the bar exam in July 2013, he plans to practice civil defense litigation in the Lexington office of a regional law firm. Andrew Combs ’05 graduated from Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn., with a degree in music business. His recently debuted first album, Worried Man, was chosen as one of the Top 50 Albums of 2012 by American Songwriter Magazine. “I also write and contribute for a Nashville music publishing firm, as well as tour.” Michael Wild ’05 is in his third year of medical school at Ross University. Marc Salhanick ’05 was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honors Society besides matching into a categorical general surgery residency at


2010s Jacques de Gruy ’10 is working hard as a student athlete at Furman University in Greensville, S.C. Go Rangers!

Brian Ruddick ’07 landed his plane just before the airport in Grand Junction, Colo., was shut down for the arrival of President Obama. Brian’s aircraft is pictured above on the runway with Air Force One in the background.

Parkland. Awarded the Dr. Ken and Peg Sirinek Scholarship in general surgery, he also received the Pruitt Award for outstanding surgery research project. After graduation, Marc and wife, Natalie, will move back to Dallas. With his degree in biology from SMU, Beau Heskes ’05 earned his Doctor of Pharmacy from Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy on May 11, 2013. He will join Walgreen Pharmacy and plans to marry in the fall. James Justinic ’06 married Ashley Howe on November 3, 2012 at Perkins Chapel on the SMU campus. Leo Spurgin ’06 graduated with a master’s degree in architecture from Texas Tech University, married, and moved to Denver, Colo., for a new job.

David de la Fuente ’08 graduated from SMU in May 2012, and went on to work for the Dallas County Democratic Party as the Field Director in the successful 2012 Coordinated Campaign. He has accepted a job to work for the US House of Representatives in the 2013-2015 Congress as a field representative and caseworker for Congressman Marc Veasey (TX-33). Kyle Meinhardt ’08 graduated from Trinity University summa cum laude in May 2012 and is a first-year medical school student at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. Drew Taylor ’08 completed his first semester in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Texas Woman’s University Houston Medical Center.

According to GabelliConnect, the news site of the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University, Sam Crume ’10 heads back to Dallas this summer to be a financial planning and analysis intern for Southwest Airlines— a company with “a warrior spirit, a servant’s heart and a sense of humor.” A perfect fit for Sam, who states in the article, “I went to Jesuit College Prep in Dallas, and now a Jesuit university. The idea of becoming a ‘man for others’ dovetails with the spirit I’ve seen so far at Southwest.” Sam is one of about 65 Southwest interns chosen from more than 6,000 applicants. The student newspaper, InsideVandy, reported that Isaac Escamilla ’10 was elected student body president at Vanderbilt University. Running on a platform that promised change to the structure of the student government, Isaac and his running mate won with 57% of the vote. Penn State rugby player, Daniel Metcalf ’10, is training for the New Zealand Tour with the Rugby Collegiate All American team. Cole Reiser ’10, a junior at CalBerkeley who helped the Bears

finish in second place at the Pac12 Rowing Championships, was named to the All PAC-12 team. Max Barretto ’11 is studying abroad in Madrid, Spain with a major in biomedical engineering. Nick Sorsby ’12 is a student at UT Austin and is pursuing the McCombs School of Business.

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Joey Fechtel ’07 is rehearsing for Gloucester Blue, a new play by Israel Horovitz, with Harlequin productions in Olympia, Wash. He also had the opportunity to choreograph stage violence for Siena Stages’ production of Midsummer Night’s Dream. Tyler Coryell ’07 graduated from Colorado School of Mines in May 2012 with a major in chemical engineering. He is now working in Vechta, Germany. Drew Kendrick ’07 bought his first home in Plano, Texas. Tony Rossini ’07 is the basketball league director at the Sportsplex at Valley View. “I am happy to serve the Dallas youth basketball market for grades 2 through high school.

Thirty previously-inducted blue coat members of the Sports Hall of Fame pose with the four newest inductees. For more information about this year’s inductees, turn to page 12.

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Weddings

Jessica Nelson to Jay Cullar ’88 Danielle Powers to Brian MacMaster ’90 Carley to Thomas Morgan ’98 Jennifer Huber to Billy Wolf ’98 Sarah to Garrett Mills ’02 Elizabeth Stewart to Joe Nava ’02 Virginia Deaton to C.J. Ryan ’04 Cassie Lawson to Jonathan Eipper ’05 Dana Bohne to Hunter Martin ’05 Jessica Horak to Richard Wolff ’05 Jessie Carpenter to Gordon Doyle ’06 Ashley Howe to James Justinic ’06 Mandy to Leo Spurgin ’06 Sarah Gilles to Will Garvey ’08

New Arrivals DAUGHTERS

Sarah Kate to Christy and Jason Vickery ’96 Piper Claire to Amy and Jordan Yenne ’97 Robyn to Wendi and Todd Gruninger ’98 Madeleine to Maricarol and Michael Phipps ’98 Marian Ada to Lindsey and Matthew Fields ’99 Clara to Katherine and Andy Schonert ’99 Reagan Florence to Allenna and Brian Costanza ’00 Story Sheila to Jessie and Val Eisele ’03

SONS

Reece Charles to Barbara and Maurice Ellison ’80 Daniel Dolenc to Ana and Rob Snyder ’80 Jeffrey Michael to Michelle and John Grimes ’84 Nico to Tina and John Tripp ’86 Dutch Austin to Brooke and Eric Taylor Di Giacomo ’94 Dylan to Elizabeth and David Welp ’94 Ryder to Elizabeth and David Welp ’94 Paul to Annette and John Barger ’96 Colter to Marci and Trey Corry ’97 Walter Ulrich to Emily and Stephen Bartnikowski ’98 Jack to Sephanie and James Cusick ’98 Jude to Anu and Neal Talreja ’00 Cooper Jay to Jenna and Kevin Lutz ’04 We love to see your wedding and baby photos! To send a class note and/or photo, email us at connect@jesuitcp.org.

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in memoriam our prayers and condolences

Alumni

Edmund Carpenter, Jr. ’48 Murphy Dalton ’48 William A. Lott ’49 Dr. Robert C. Perry ’49 Richard Alan Willding ’51 Paul J. Peters, Jr. ’52 Patrick Shane O’Neill ’54 Anthony F. Hopp ’56 Robert Ernest Alexander ’57 Donald Gaberino ’57 Thomas Stanley Mathews ’58 Arthur Joseph Allen ’59 James Paul Durbin ’61 Hal Robert Pettigrew ’67 Brian Ramirez ’82 Christopher Ray Thompson ’87 Stephen J. Brown ’89

Wife of

Herman Hafertepe ’44 (Gertrude Marie Hafertepe) David Koegl ’54 (Barbara Ann Koegl) Rafael Tovar ’56 (Alice Tovar) Thomas Heines ’64 (Mary Scott Heines)

Son of

† Jim Reeves ’56 (Jason William Reeves)

Mother of

Vince Cangemi ’61 (Marvelle Tegeler Cangemi) Ed Ostdick ’62 (Marie C. Ostdick) Gabe Macias ’62 (Mary Lou Macias) Ben Hassan ’65 (Annamay McMaster Hassan) Mike Byrd ’66 (Mary Gaye Byrd) Robert Hendler ’66 (Pauline Merna Hendler) † Charlie Hendler ’68 (Pauline Merna Hendler) David Kuzel ’68 (Barbara Jane Kuzel) Ray Boldreghini ’69 (Geraldine Boldreghini Hollern) Jim Ostdick ’70 (Marie C. Ostdick) Tim Byrd ’70 (Mary Gaye Byrd) Richie Hendler ’70 (Pauline Merna Hendler) Kevin Kuzel ’70 (Barbara Jane Kuzel) Steve Deatherage ’71 (Elizabeth Deatherage) † Chris Byrd ’71 (Mary Gaye Byrd) John Ostdick ’75 (Marie C. Ostdick) Tim Robinson ’76 (Wanda Faye Robinson) Tom Hendler ’77 (Pauline Merna Hendler) Mike Ostdick ’77 (Marie C. Ostdick) † Shawn Bacile ’82 (Chris Bacile) Mike Bacile ’84 (Chris Bacile) Carlos Miramontes ’84 (Ydalia Miramontes) Danny Miramontes ’86 (Ydalia Miramontes) Chris Peca ’97 (Louella Ann Peca) Luke Morrow ’03 (Victoria Jane Morrow) Nick Morrow ’04 (Victoria Jane Morrow)

Father of

Eugene Nejtek ’66 (Eugene Nejtek) Stephen Mayeux ’68 (Ernest Howard Mayeux) Michael Nejtek ’68 (Eugene Nejtek) Stephen Melton ’68 (Wayne A. Melton) Lank Smith ’68 (William Lank Smith, III) Scott Smith ’69 (William Lank Smith, III) Gregory Hoffman ’70 (Dr. Glenden Hoffman) † Mark Mayeux ’70 (Ernest Howard Mayeux) Bob McCormack ’70 (H. Robert McCormack, Jr.) Terrence Smith ’70 (William Lank Smith, III)

Paul Thomas ’73 (Owen Edward Thomas) Brian Melton ’73 (Wayne A. Melton) Stephen Smith ’73 (William Lank Smith, III) Dennis Nejtek ’74 (Eugene Nejtek) † Kevin Jordan ’74 (James C. Jordan) Steven Hoffman ’75 (Dr. Glenden Hoffman) Alan Burns ’75 (Lawrence Burns) Mark Hoffman ’76 (Dr. Glenden Hoffman) Michael Mayeux ’77 (Ernest Howard Mayeux) Terry Wolf ’77 (John A. Wolf) Patrick Smith ’77 (William Lank Smith, III) Edward Thomas ’78 (Owen Edward Thomas) Greg Wolf ’81 (John A. Wolf) Christopher Smith ’81 (William Lank Smith, III) Robert Jamieson ’83 (Emmett R. Jamieson) Collin Alexander ’83 (Robert Ernest Alexander ’57) Rod Carroll ’84 (Jack Eugene Carroll) Hugh Alexander ’84 (Robert Ernest Alexander ’57) Matthew Yaeger ’84 (Ronald James Yaeger) John Jamieson ’85 (Emmett R. Jamieson) Bill Barnes ’85 (John Richard Barnes) Chris Peters ’85 (Paul J. Peters, Jr. ’52) Matthew Smith ’85 (William Lank Smith, III) James Thomas ’86 (Owen Edward Thomas) David Peters ’87 (Paul J. Peters, Jr. ’52) David Carroll ’89 (Jack Eugene Carroll) Charles Peters ’91 (Paul J. Peters, Jr. ’52) Andrew Lanham ’13 (Sean E. Lanham) Michael Lanham ’15 (Sean E. Lanham)

Sister of

Harry Wasoff ’54 ( Jean Wasoff Riddle)

Brother of

† Richard Durbin ’52 (James Paul Durbin ’61) Jerry Durbin ’53 (James Paul Durbin ’61) Tom Durbin ’56 (James Paul Durbin ’61) Mike O’Neill ’57 (Patrick Shane O’Neill ’54) Jim Hopp ’59 (Anthony F. Hopp ’56) Mickey Durbin ’60 (James Paul Durbin ’61) John Carpenter ’61 (Edmund Carpenter, Jr. ’48) † William Gaberino ’62 (Donald Gaberino ’57) † Paul Pettigrew ’64 (Hal Robert Pettigrew ’67) Matt Ammon ’78 (Michael Ammon) Will Brown ’79 (Stephen J. Brown ’89) Shane Thompson ’87 (Christopher R. Thompson ’87) Peter Osterland ’04 (Daniel Stephen Osterland) Andy Osterland ’07 (Daniel Stephen Osterland)

Grandmother of

Jason Nelms ’93 (Betty Greiner) Matthew Berend ’93 (Nell Ruth Wallace) Brian Berend ’95 (Nell Ruth Wallace) † Andrew Bark ’98 (Mary Devine) Seth Berend ’98 (Nell Ruth Wallace) Alan Lucien ’98 (Evelyn Julie Dlabaj) Phillip Peacock ’00 (Mary Devine) Bobby Schmeltz ’00 (Suzanne Mowery) Adam Berend ’01 (Nell Ruth Wallace)

Andrew Schmeltz ’01 (Suzanne Mowery) Nick Valladarez ’04 (Maria Guillen Valladarez) Bennett Bark ’04 (Mary Devine) Joey Kramer ’04 (Peggy Kramer) Thomas Schmeltz ’06 (Suzanne Mowery) Ryan Harris ’07 (Margaret Tracey) Kevin Kramer ’09 (Peggy Kramer) Sean Harris ’10 (Margarert Tracey) Brian Grant ’11 (Dora Grant) Kevin Terry ’11 (Dorothy Joann Terry) Elliott Schermerhorn ’11 (Lois Schermerhorn) Colin Traver ’13 (Anita Traver) Ryan Terry ’13 (Dorothy Joann Terry) Austen Hendler ’13 (Pauline Merna Hendler) Brocke Stepteau ’14 (Dorothy Stepteau) Connor Dunn ’14 (Julie Ann Dunn) Patrick Miramontes ’15 (Ydalia Miramontes) Ross Frick ’16 ( Patricia Schumacher) Chris Miramontes ’16 (Ydalia Miramontes)

Grandfather of

† Lee Falvo ’95 (Lee A. Falvo) Stephen Bartnikowski ’98 (Stanley W. Bartnikowski) Eitel Colberg ’00 (Manuel Gutiérrez) Jose Colberg ’02 (Manuel Gutiérrez) Hap Pardo ’04 (Allen William Burgess) Mark Stephens ’04 (John Frank Kusior) Jack Pardo ’07 (Allen William Burgess) Drew Michalak ’07 (Bob Robert Farquharson) Chris Thompson ’07 (Charles E. Butler, Jr.) Alan Norris ’07 (Wayne A. Melton) Nick Radoszewski ’08 (Ralph Harkenrider) Evan Tomlinson ’09 (Kenneth E. Tomlinson) Sam Michalak ’09 (Robert John Farquharson) Ethan Yaeger ’09 (Ronald James Yaeger) Tommy Pigeon ’10 (Brad Pigeon) Nick Jordan ’10 (James C. Jordan) Jarrod Buys ’11 (Owen Edward Thomas) Will Michalak ’11 (Robert John Farquharson) Matt White ’12 (Ed Thomas) Hank Tobolka ’12 (James C. Jordan) Sean Tomlinson ’12 (Kenneth E. Tomlinson) Jeffrey Bartlett ’12 (Lee Bartlett) Ryan Pigeon ’13 (Brad Pigeon) Cole Mayeux ’13 (Ernest Howard Mayeux) Ryan Diller ’13 (James Binzegger) Jordan Tobolka ’13 (James C. Jordan) David Radoszewski ’13 (Ralph Harkenrider) Ian Tomlinson ’14 (Kenneth E. Tomlinson) Stephen Yaeger ’14 (Ronald James Yaeger) Cole Wilson ’15 (Dale E. Troutt) Adam Bartlett ’15 (Lee Bartlett) Josh Jackson ’15 (Richard E. Stafford) Ryan Murray ’16 (Owen Edward Thomas)

Friends of Jesuit

Fr. Jose Fetzer, S.J. (Jesuit teacher 2001-2003) † deceased

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in

Edmund Carpenter, Jr. ’48

Robert Charles Perry ’49

Edmund Delaney

Robert Perry, born

Branch, Texas, passed

to Consuelo Elena

moved to Dallas in 1940,

Henry Alfred Perry died

Catholic School and

He was a graduate of

Carpenter Jr, of Farmers

October 21, 1931,

away March 9, 2013. Ed

Mauermann Perry and

attended Holy Trinity

on November 29, 2012.

graduated from Jesuit

Jesuit High School and

High School. A 1952 alumnus of the University of

a member of the varsity football team. He is

Oilfield Supply after 33 years of service. He loved

Elena and Tony Daugherty.

North Texas, he retired from Continental Emsco

survived by his loving daughter and son-in-law,

animals and was an avid sports fan.

Richard Alan Willding ’51 Murphy Dalton, Jr. ’48

Richard Alan, known to

Murphy Dalton, Jr., better

family and friends as

in the U.S. Navy during

26, 2013, with family

known for his invention

father, grandfather and

known as Sandy, served

“Dick,” died February

the Korean War. Best

by his side. Husband,

of the Lieb-Hazet Proton

great-grandfather, he

Magnetometer, a metal detection instrument

was preceded in death

by his wife, Linda Kay Kinder. After earning 10

capable of land and sea discovery of metal

varsity letters at Jesuit College Preparatory

Williams Dalton went on real-life odysseys

to UT Austin where he lettered in football on

attended Jesuit High School and graduated

into the Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame. Dick was

a BA in English from UT and a master’s degree

create and maintain the Class of ’51 Memorial

program in southern California, specializing

brothers who’ve passed away. He also was a

based objects, Sandy and his wife Elizabeth

School, he received an athletic scholarship

with clients around the world. Sandy Dalton

the freshman team. In 2000, he was inducted

from Highland Park High School. After earning

active with the Alumni Association, helping to

in physics from USC, he worked for the space

Bench, which celebrates the lives of his Jesuit

in fiber optics. Climbing the Matterhorn in the

veteran of the Korean War.

Swiss Alps was an achievement he remembered fondly throughout his life.

William A. Lott, USN (Ret.) ’49 Captain William Andrew Lott USN (Retired), of

Leesburg, Fla., passed

away July 9, 2012. Born in Dallas, Texas, Bill

was a retired Captain

in the US Navy, serving as a fighter pilot, and a

veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars. He

was a member of St. James Episcopal Church

Paul J. Peters, Jr. ’52 Paul J. Peters, Jr. passed away December 3, 2012 from complications of

Parkinson’s disease. He

was 78 years of age. He is survived by Sheila, his wife of 52 years; children, Chris ’85,

David ’87, Dede, Charlie ’91, and Lizzie Wiener. Beloved grandchildren are Stella, Cece and Luke Wiener; Piper and Davey Peters.

in Leesburg and had been a member of the

Southern Eagle Squadron. He was preceded in death by his wife, Juanita J. Lott, in 2002.

All obituaries received as of May 1, 2013. Any received after that date will be included in the next issue. For full-length alumni obituaries, visit www.jesuitcp.org/inmemoriam.


Patrick Shane O’Neill ’54

Donald L. Gaberino ’57

Hal Robert Pettigrew ’67

Patrick Shane O’Neill

Donald Gaberino, 73,

Hal Robert Pettigrew, Sr.

25, 2013 after a long

December 9, 2012. He

13, 2012 in Arlington,

passed away January

of Tampa, Fla., died

battle with Parkinson’s

is survived by his wife,

disease. Shane

Portland, Ore. He earned a master’s degree in

mathematics from the University of Rochester, N.Y., and studied for a doctorate at Michigan

State University. Shane taught math in the Dallas

graduate of Jesuit High

School in 1957, he became life-long friends with Father Patrick Koch.

Arthur Joseph Allen ’59 Arthur J. Allen entered

systems for a number of years.

Born in Dallas, he is

Anthony F. Hopp ’56 Anthony F. Hopp, Jr.

after a long illness on

Spring Hill College in

Mobile, Ala., he was a

CPA for over 50 years. He was also a Rotarian

for many years, having served as president and

treasurer. He is survived by his wife of 49 years, Pat; children, grandchildren, and numerous loving family members & friends.

Robert Ernest Alexander ’57

Christopher Ray

Pearsall Allen, whom

February 22, 2013 in

Thompson passed away Dallas. A loving son,

brother, uncle and friend, he is survived by his

parents Roy and Eva

Thompson. A member of

the Jesuit class of 1987, Chris attended Jesuit

into the Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame in 2002. His

served in the US Army and was a well respected

Distinguished Alumnus in 1994 and inducted

story was recently featured in the Winter 2012

Jesuit Today and a series of articles in the Jesuit student newspaper The Roundup.

Lt. Col. James Paul Durbin (Ret.) ’61

from 1983-1985 and lettered in wrestling. He

Dallas attorney. He is also survived by his brother Shane ’87 (Samantha); sister, Monica; and numerous family and friends.

Stephen J. Brown ’89

James Paul Durbin of

Stephen J. Brown, died

passed away on February

is the son of William E.

Rosemount, Minn.,

January 22, 2013. He

21, 2013 after a five-

and the late Jeannette

year battle from military

T. Brown who died in

service connected

was inspired by his

1986. He was a 2003

lung cancer. Jim was

teachers while attending

the Stoneleigh P. restaurant, own several

Christopher Ray Thompson ’87

recruiter at Jesuit, was honored as a Jesuit

passion for learning

law for many years he went on to teach, open

grandchildren and family.

survived by his wife

Southern University. He worked as a volunteer

Dallas, Texas, his lifelong

to study law at UT at Austin. After practicing

by Mary, his beloved wife of 43 years, children,

Jesuit College Preparatory School and Texas

72 years old. Born in

degree in philosophy. He returned to Texas

the globe. Hal Robert Pettigrew, Sr. is survived

(Michael) and Mikel. Arthur was a graduate of

Christmas Day, he was

Tulane University in New Orleans, La., with a

Over a 40-year career, his investments spanned

is also survived by two daughters, Pamela

passed away on

Georgetown University and graduated from

his passion second only to his love for family.

he met in college. He

Robert Alexander

Jesuit High School after which he studied at

Mary Heather Austin, in

1969. At 19, he began his career in real estate,

of 47 years, Daisy

passed away at home

School of Dallas and

junior high sweetheart,

into eternal rest on February 7, 2013.

graduate of Jesuit High

in Dallas and married his

great-grandchildren. A

County and Collin County community college

December 13, 2012. A

from Jesuit High School

grandchildren; and two

High School of Dallas degree in mathematics from Reed College in

Texas. He graduated

Fran; four children; eight

graduated from Jesuit and received a bachelor’s

passed away December

a graduate of Jesuit

graduate of UTA with a

BS in computer science

College Preparatory School of Dallas and Texas

engineering. He is survived by his father, William

National Cemetery. He is survived by wife,

C. Pohlmann, Valerie G. Huelskamp (Bob) and

A&M (‘65). Jim was laid to rest at Ft. Snelling Marie; children Beth (Steve) Gotwalt, Robert

(Amy) Durbin and Captain William Durbin; and seven grandchildren.

E. Brown, Sr.; wife, Barbara Brown; sisters, Mary Janet A. Brown; brothers, William E. Brown, Jr. (Stephanie), Matthew J. Brown (Johanna) and Paul A. Brown (Laura).

businesses and had a rewarding career in

writing and business communications. He is survived by his wife, Suzanne; his mother, Vincelee; children and grandchildren.

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A L A S T I N G L EG ACY The message is simple. Inspiration. At least that served as Paul Billings ’83 motivation when he gifted a $1 million life insurance policy in the name of Jesuit Dallas. A second generation alumnus entrenched in the school’s mission of developing Men for Others, Billings’ enthusiasm for Jesuit and its impact as an educational and spiritual beacon is evident from the get-go. “Attending Jesuit Dallas was one of the single best experiences of my life,” reflected Billings. “As I look back at that time in my life, I realize how my education at Jesuit helped shape my professional path. The academic rigor fully prepared me for college, but the camaraderie and life-long friendships make up my fondest memories.” Billings, who joined the Jesuit Dallas Alumni Board immediately after college, also spent six years as a member of the Jesuit Dallas Foundation Board. His career has included a distinguished record of service to the school, but it’s his most recent display of devotion that will ultimately have the greatest impact. “My drive has been fueled by my love for the school and the people who went here. I wanted to leave a significant gift that would underscore what Jesuit has meant in my life, but I didn’t have millions to give. That’s why planned giving had so much appeal for me. It provided the best opportunity to make a transformative contribution at a relatively low cost.” In 2005, Paul and his wife started the Paul and Kristy Billings Scholarship Fund. He began the process of making a planned gift without any considerations to estate planning. It was his keen understanding regarding the rising cost of education and his ability to contribute to Jesuit’s future that guided his involvement. “Beyond everything else, joining the St. Ignatius Society was about providing scholarship opportunities to those in need,” continued Billings. “I want future generations to be able to share that experience. My dad was on work grant when he attended Jesuit, and for the students that are on financial aid, it’s a big deal for me to see them being able to attend.” “There’s never a perfect time to make a planned gift, but I was glad that I chose to participate in Jesuit’s future so early in my life. My hope is that other alumni will follow the example set by myself and others. Their willingness to invest will have a huge impact, and will enable Jesuit to maintain its position as one of the finest college preparatory schools in the nation.”


The St. Ignatius Legacy Society was founded in 1992 to recognize individuals who have established bequests or other planned gifts to benefit Jesuit College Preparatory School of Dallas. This generosity from our members places an enduring imprint on Jesuit and expresses faith in our educational mission: cultivating a community of men committed to excellence, faith and service to others. We acknowledge these individuals for their committment to Jesuit’s future.

For more information about St. Ignatius Legacy Society, contact Chuck Vinson at 972-387-8700 x347.


Jesuit Today Summer 2013