Opening Mass and Awards Pages 2–4 2010–2011 Annual Report of Gifts Pages 13–28
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It is my pleasure to present to you our Xavier High School Annual Report for the 2010-2011 fiscal year. This is the first time that the Annual Report is being included in our Xavier Today magazine which allows us to present this to our complete Xavier community. I am very grateful to our alumni, present and past parents of students, and many other kind benefactors whose generosity is so vital to the mission of Xavier.
continue to offer a quality Xaverian education to 880 young men, and thanks to your generosity we are able to offer financial assistance to approximately 270 of our students.
It is your support that enables us to continue to offer a quality Xaverian education to 880 young men, and thanks to your generosity we are able to offer financial assistance to approximately 270 of our students. Thanks to you we can enhance our strong academic, athletic and extracurricular programs each year. This school year alone our new course offerings include Chinese III, Pre-Engineering III, Advanced Placement Spanish, Law Enforcement and Basic Forensics, Marketing, String Ensemble, Guitar, Advanced Placement Music Theory and Personal Finance. It is your assistance that helped make possible the installation of much-needed new windows in the front of the school, phase one of a three-year project, and the installation of a new scoreboard on our main athletic field. We are looking forward to celebrating the 50th Anniversary of our school in 2013, and you will be learning more about our plans for Xavier’s future as we prepare for that anniversary. From the opening of our doors in 1963 until the present the Xaverian Brothers, faculty and staff have striven to offer a high school education rooted in faith and gospel values, and with your continued help we hope to do so for many years to come. I would like to express thanks from all of us at Xavier for the dedicated support of our Alumni Association under the leadership of Mr. Phil Franklin ’73, and our Home and School Association led by Mr. James Killen ’78. Thanks also to our Advancement Office staff for their tireless efforts in raising financial support for our school: Mr. Michael Tommasi ’67, Director of Advancement; Mr. Joseph Lane ’95, Assistant Director; Mr. John Guerin, Director of Communications; and Mrs. Karen Brown, Administrative Assistant. To all of you, our benefactors, I offer sincerest thanks and prayerful best wishes. May God continue to bless each of you and your families each day. Gratefully,
Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X. Headmaster
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Christmas Fine Arts Night December 13 SAC Junior/Senior Semi-Formal December 17 Christmas Vacation Begins at Dismissal December 20 8th Annual Art Kohs Basketball Classic December 27 & 28 (see page 29) Alumni Winter Raffle Drawing December 29 (see page 12) Classes Resume January 3
www.xavierhighschool.org Catholic Schools Week January 29 – February 4 Junior Career Night/ Junior Parent Guidance Night February 2 Junior Ring Mass February 9 “Mardi Gras” Auction February 11 (see page 35) Winter Break Begins at Dismissal February 17
Opening of School Mass and Awards Ceremony
n September 29th the Most Reverend Michael R. Cote, Bishop of the Diocese of Norwich, was principal celebrant and homilist at the Opening of School Mass in the Arthur M. Kohs gymnasium. Con-celebrating was Reverend Gregory Galvin, Director of Vocations for the Diocese of Norwich. Deacon Jorge Escalona was the master of ceremonies. Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X. thanked Bishop Cote for his continued support of Xavier High School and Catholic education throughout the diocese. He also welcomed and thanked benefactors and families who were present for their contributions to Xavier. Ryan Murphy â€™12, President of the Student Activities Council, also added thanks to Bishop Cote and Brother Brian from the student body. Ryan presented Bishop Cote with a token of appreciation from the student body. At the end of Mass, Principal Brendan Donohue announced the names of this yearâ€™s scholarship and award
recipients. Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X personally greeted and congratulated each student as he presented them with their award. n
Scholarships THE BROTHER ROBERT, C.F.X. SCHOLARSHIP was established in honor of the first principal of Xavier High School and is awarded to the incoming freshman who achieved the highest score on the entrance exam. Nicholas J. Indorf THE BISHOP VINCENT J. HINES SCHOLARSHIP is named in honor of the late Bishop Hines who was the founding Bishop of Xavier High School. This scholarship is awarded to the incoming freshmen who received the next highest scores on the entrance exam. The recipients are Joseph M. Kane, Christopher H. LoBianco, Anthony J. Magdzik, Peter J. McEachern, Ethan P. Rodrigues THE BOYLE FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP was established in to recognize a deserving Xavier student in grade nine through twelve from a parish located in Middletown, Portland, Durham or Middlefield. Andrew J. Coburn THE CHRISTOPHER CARROZZELLA SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of Christopher, a member of the Class of 2004, and is awarded to a student who excels in the area of Fine Arts. Zachary A. Clark THE THOMAS CLOUTIER SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of Thomas A. Cloutier, Jr., a member of the Class of 1992. Ryan M. Moynihan THE ALEX COLOMBO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established through the generosity of the Middletown Youth Soccer Association and the friends of the Colombo family in memory of Alex Colombo. The scholarship is awarded annually to a junior who has participated in athletics and extracurricular activities. Daniel A. Drabinski THE ELEANOR FONTANELLA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of Mrs. Fontanella and is awarded to a deserving student from Meriden or Wallingford. Marcel S. Zajac THE ROSE MARY FUENTES LOFFREDO SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of Mrs. Fuentes Loffredo by her family for a deserving student who has an interest in the area of Fine Arts. Rowan S. Lucey THE FURSTENBERG SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of Christian Furstenberg, a member of the Class of 1990. This scholarship is awarded annually to a student who reflects the values of scholarship, leadership and service which Christian exhibited. Matthew A. Manzione THE BROTHER HAROLD SCHOLARSHIP was established by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pacholski, uncle and aunt of Brother Harold, to recognize a student at the conclusion of his sophomore year who has excelled in the accelerated program. Anthony R. Iorio THE ERIC KALBER SCHOLARSHIP has been established in memory of Eric, a member of the Class of 2004, by his family. The scholarship is awarded to a student entering his junior year who has worked to his maximum potential. Nathaniel M. Clark
THE GEORGE AND MARY KEITHAN ’81 SCHOLARSHIP was established for a deserving Xavier student or students in grade(s) ten through twelve who have achieved a 3.0 or higher grade point average in the previous school year. Frank R. Zimmitti THE ARTHUR KOHS SCHOLARSHIP was established by Mr. Arthur Kohs, Xavier’s first Director of Athletics, to recognize a young man entering his junior or senior year who lives out Xavier’s motto “Be A Man” and who exemplifies class, hustle and determination in and out of the classroom. Michael F. Mastroianni THE ROBERT MICHALSKI SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to a student based on his “character, academic performance and athletic effort.” Dillon R. McCarthy THE JOSEPH PAGANO SCHOLARSHIP was established in memory of Joseph Pagano, a member of Xavier’s class of 1973, and is awarded to a student who excels in community service. Michael J. Massaro THE THOMAS PIERCE SCHOLARSHIP was established to recognize a student entering his senior year who has excelled in the area of science. Miraj M. Rahematpura THE MARK RONDO SCHOLARSHIP was established for an incoming freshman from Holy Trinity Parish who has performed recognizable community service. Carmelo M. Saia STAFF SGT. THOMAS SMITH SCHOLARSHIP was established by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith in loving memory of their son, Thomas. This scholarship is awarded annually to a student entering his senior year who best exemplifies the spirit, character and values of Tom, a 1976 graduate of Xavier. Emmett F. McConville THE DR. WILLIAM E. WRANG MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP was established by William Wrang, Jr. and his son, William Wrang, III ’75, in memory of their beloved father and grandfather. This scholarship is awarded to a student entering the senior year who shows interest and academic prowess in science. George D. Gilbert THE XAVERIAN BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIP is awarded to recognize a young man who exemplifies and lives the Xaverian Charisms of humility, trust, compassion, simplicity and zeal. Stephen J. Olis Continued on page 4 >
Book Awards THE FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY BOOK AWARD is donated annually by Derek Dunn, Class of 1982 and his brother, Brendan Dunn, Class of 1986. Tyler L. Ceste
THE ST. ANSELM BOOK AWARD is awarded to a student for superior academic achievement and personal character. Gregory D. Brown
THE HARVARD BOOK PRIZE is offered each year by The Harvard Club of Southern Connecticut to a student entering his senior year. This award is donated by Mr. William Holley, an alumnus of Harvard’s Class of 1983 and Xavier’s Class of 1979. Victor Wu
THE ST. MICHAEL’S BOOK AWARD is awarded to a student for their achievements in academics and community service and to acknowledge the spirit of volunteerism exhibited by the recipient. Kristof B. Fogarasi
THE HOLY CROSS BOOK PRIZE is awarded each year by The General Alumni Association of the College of the Holy Cross. Mason A. Passavant THE REGIS COLLEGE BOOK AWARD is awarded for to a student who has demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills, displayed outstanding academic promise, and exhibited exceptional leadership qualities. Rowan S. Lucey THE RENSSELAER MEDAL AWARD is awarded for outstanding academic achievement in the study of mathematics and science. Miraj M. Rahematpura
THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT – AVERY POINT BOOK AWARD is given to a student in recognition of his outstanding accomplishments in Coastal and Environmental Issues. John F. Marriott III The final award is the THE YALE BOOK PRIZE. It is donated by the Yale Club of New Haven and will be presented at a formal ceremony held at Yale University in October. Sherif A. Eldirany Lastly, each year the BROTHER CELESTINE MEDAL is awarded to students who, upon the completion of the past academic year, have an overall final average of A with no final average grade less than an A- in their major subjects. This prestigious award, which a student can receive only once during his four years at Xavier, is the highest academic tribute that the school bestows. The award is named after Brother Celestine Killigrew who taught history and Religion, coached the freshmen soccer team, and ran the bookstore at Xavier in the early 1960’s. Brother Celestine died at the age of 25 as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident. The Brother Celestine Award was created to honor this beloved teacher’s memory. The recipients of the 2010-2011 Brother Celestine Award are: Ross E. Bohan, Christian J. Cannata, Nathaniel M. Clark, Ryan J. DeVille, Michael D. Epright, Dominic J. Fogarasi, Graham L. Gilarde, Ruban H. Hussain, John P. Kessler, Angus M. Lamont, Noah R. Lyke, Anthony T. J. Lynch V, Kyle S. McLaughlin, Ryan Moynihan, Stephen J. Olis, Alexander M. Prete, Miraj M. Rahematpura, James R. Rosborough, William H. Selleck, David J. Sonski, and Jeffrey M. Witz.
Junior Parents Hear About Technology and Teenagers Jim Coleman ’12 shares some thoughts… Pictured are the top three ad sellers in the 2011-2012 “Students Helping Students” Ad Book Campaign holding copies of last year’s Ad Book: center, Andrew Meoli ’14 ($925); right, Alexander Milardo ’15 ($925); left, Jeffrey Chase ’12 ($915).
“Students Helping Students” Tops Goal
s of our final count at the close of our 2011 “Students Helping Students” fundraising campaign the students reached their $100,000 goal. The goal each year is to provide funds for financial aid to students who desire a Xavier education and need some assistance. Ads are solicited from businesses and patrons of the school. The Ad Book will be distributed to Alumni and supporters throughout the northeast, encouraging them to patronize those who support the school through their advertisements in the book.
$97,695.75 + $7,880.90 = $105,576.65! On the final day the students brought in $27,683.75 bringing our ad collection total to $97,695.75. When we added in the $7,880.90 from the six jean day collections it pushed the campaign over the top, giving us a grand total of $105,576.65.
Top Three Homerooms
Top Ad Sellers
• Mr. Bell • Mr. Garrity • Mr. G. Jaskot
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$5,630 $5,115 $4,470
Top Homerooms by Class • • • •
Freshmen Mr. Bell Sophomore Mr. Garrity Junior Mrs. Charpentier Senior Bischoff
$5,630 $5,115 $4,053 $4,110
Andrew Meoli ’14 Alexander Milardo ’15 Jeffrey Chase ’12 Joshua Swanson ’14 Thomas Gleeton ’14 Nicholas Heiney ’14 Dylan Buscema ’15 Jonathan Lococo ’12 Joseph Cambareri ’15 Severianel Burgos ’15 Brian Day ’12 Shane Baker ’13 Emmett Coughlin ’13 Richard Downey ’15 John-Paul Morello ’13
$925 $925 $915 $875 $805 $800 $740 $710 $580 $575 $560 $540 $530 $520 $500
he Religion Department sponsored an evening for junior parents entitled, “The Stress of Junior Year.” The evening was designed to heighten awareness of the current realities and pressures associated with being a teenager in the hope that we all will become better equipped to Jim Coleman ’12 meet their needs. Senior Jim Coleman presented a talk on technology that was filled with information that every parent should hear. Below are just a few highlights of what he had to say. “Technology has a large influence on all of us within our school, work, social, and family communities. The main focus for this talk in particular is the use and abuse of technology within these communities.” “Although there is nothing wrong with holding small talk via text, it is very easy to get a little carried away. Conversations grow in number and length, and may possibly begin to consume a large part of the day.” “I’m aware that many of you may not be as technologically sound as your sons. This does not, however, prevent you from being able to get a handle on what is going on. Basic rules and expectations are okay to lay out for your son.” “Technology is a great resource and tool that can impact our lives positively or negatively. Having maturity enough to accept the importance and the will power to take it in stride, all comes with time. Xavier is an incredible foundation for the development of these characteristics, and will only benefit your son.” Read Jim’s complete talk on our website at http://www. xavierhighschool.org/s/952/images/editor_documents/ campus%20ministry/2011-12/junior_parent_night_ technology_talk.pdf. Xavier Today
Ford’s Driving Skills for Life at Xavier O
ctober 14th Ford Motor Company brought its national, award winning teen safe driving program, Ford Driving Skills for Life (Ford DSFL), to Xavier. In Connecticut, Xavier High School was selected to participate in the program. In response to growing awareness about teen fatalities and driver distraction, the Ford Motor Company Fund, along with the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), announced in February a $1,000,000 expansion of Ford DSFL, with a 30 city national tour. The expansion added a new component to Ford DSFL’s hands on programs and web based training. Xavier was the final stop on this year’s tour. The program began with an assembly in the gym where students were given an introduction to the program by one of the team’s professional drivers. He explained some very dramatic statistics (some are listed below) about the consequences of impaired or distracted driving. “Getting a driver’s license, and the freedom that comes with it is an exciting milestone for our students,” said Dean of Students Nick Cerreta ’01. “Often, that
excitement overshadows the reality that driving a car takes concentration and skill. Ford’s Driving Skills for Life gives them a hands on experience that shows them the importance of driver safety and responsibility.” “Xavier High School is pleased to team up with Ford Motor Company in delivering this very important
Principal Brendan Donohue talking to Channel 3’s Matt McFarland.
X H S C ampus I mprovements
New Energy Efficient Windows
n the summer of 1961, the architects specifications called for state-of-the-art aluminum sash windows with 1/8” double strength glass to be installed in the brand new Xavier High School which was to be built on Saybrook Road. After serving for almost 50 years, those windows are now in the process of being replaced with energy-efficient windows appropriate for the 21st century. The front of the school is the first phase of this building upgrade. While to a casual observer the look may not be dramatically different, the efficiency of the windows will make a substantial positive impact on the school in the long run. At first, all the old windows had to be removed carefully disposing of materials that were very common in construction during the 1960’s. The new window installation was completed in advance of the back to school activities by the end of August. Phase one represented about one-third of the school. If all goes well with our fund raising this year, phase two of the new window project, which would be the parking lot or Durham side of the building could be completed next summer. The courtyard window replacements are planned for the summer of 2013. n
message about safety and driving to our students,” said Mr. Cerreta. “We are extremely excited to have the Ford team visit us to talk about driving safety and responsibility. It is an important message that needs to be shared with our students.” Channel 3 reporter Matt McFarland interviewed Principal Brendan Donohue who said “we were pleased to be able to offer this program from Ford. It gives the students some really important information and it brings it to them in an exciting way.” After the assembly, teams of student volunteers were given the chance to drive and experience first hand the effect that distraction and other factors can have. The
original plan was to have the entire school view some of the driving, but Mother Nature didn’t cooperate. However, there are some excellent videos on the Driving Skills for Life website as well as driving tips that are appropriate for anyone who gets behind the wheel regardless of age. According to the Connecticut Highway Safety Office drivers between the ages of 16 and 24 years old account for only 10% of Connecticut’s licensed drivers, yet they were involved in 23% of all fatal auto crashes in 2009. The students at Xavier High School participated in hands on training modules that will equip each student with the fundamental skills necessary for safe driving. n
Largest Turnout Ever for…
Open House O
ctober 23rd, Xavier welcomed the largest group of families to ever visit the school during our Annual Open House. Academic Dean for freshmen Mr. David Sizemore ’86 told us that the sign in table had listed almost 400 families participating. Even before the event was scheduled to start at 1 o’clock, families were lining up outside the front doors and the parking lots were full throughout the afternoon. Once a family signed in, they were escorted through the school by volunteer student guides. Classrooms were setup to present all of the Academic Departments, Clubs and Activities, Sports, Alumni & Home and School Associations and other information about Xavier. Faculty/Staff, alumni, parents and a host of other student volunteers were available to answer any questions that might be asked by prospective families. Xavier’s band, jazz band and chorus provided music throughout the afternoon and the Home and School Association hosted a light dessert reception.
Principal Brendan Donohue summed up the day in a letter to Faculty and Staff: “Thank you to all of you for your great efforts at Open House. By all accounts it was a highly successful day. We had a very good turn out. The school building and the grounds looked beautiful. The students did a great job representing the school. I heard nothing but positive comments from the visitors. It is because of the work and dedication of each one of you that Xavier is such a great school. That was on display yesterday and you can all be very proud of the work you do. I am blessed to be part of such a wonderful community. Thank you for everything.” With a large number of early registrations for the November 19th Entrance Exam and an ever increasing number of shadow days (days when 8th graders can follow a current student during a class day and see what a Xavier education is really like), the interest in Xavier seems stronger than ever. n
n the first week of October, a new scoreboard was installed on the parking lot side of Ryken Field. This has been on our wish list of things that we could do to improve our facilities for our students and fans that come to Football, Soccer, Lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee and other events held on the field here at Xavier. Thanks to all those donors who have contributed to the Xavier Annual Fund whether specified for athletics or simply left unspecified. n Xavier Today
38 Xavier High School AP Scholars
hirty-eight students at Xavier High School have earned AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams. The College Board’s Advanced Placement Program® (AP®) provides motivated and academically prepared students with the opportunity to take rigorous college-level courses while still in high school, and to earn college credit, advanced placement, or both for successful performance on the AP Exams. About 18 percent of the more than 1.9 million students worldwide who took AP Exams performed at a sufficiently high level to also earn an AP Scholar Award.
(l-r) Recent graduates Christopher Hanson, Oliver Neal and Ronald Weir were recognized as a 2011 AP National Scholars.
National AP Scholar Awards The College Board recognizes several levels of achievement based on students’ performance on AP Exams. At Xavier High School, three May Graduates qualified for the National AP Scholar Award by earning grades of 4 or higher on a five-point scale on all AP Exams taken, and an average grade of 4 or higher on eight or more of these exams. Christopher J. Hanson ’11 from East Hampton, John Oliver Neal ’11 from Haddam and Salutatorian for the graduating class, and Ronald E Weir ’11 from Cobalt all earned this prestigious honor. AP Scholar with Distinction Awards Thirteen students qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. Twelve of these students who
graduated in May are: Taylor Bonin ’11 from Durham, Michael Breault ’11 from Ivoryton, Paul Drabinski ’11 from Madison, Christopher Hanson ’11 from East Hampton, Michael Joyce ’11 from Wallingford, Michael Kowalski ’11 from Middletown, Patrick Lenehan ’11 (class valedictorian) from Cheshire, Devin McManus ’11 from Old Saybrook, John O. Neal ’11 from Haddam, Francis Rowland ’11 from Cromwell, Mark Scalzo ’11 from Wethersfield, and Ronald Weir ’11 from Cobalt. The final recipient of the AP Scholar with Distinction Award went to current senior Victor Wu ’12 of Durham. AP Scholar with Honor Awards Nine students qualified for the AP Scholar with Honor Award by earning an average grade of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and grades of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams. These students are (May Graduates) Michael Leon ’11 from Portland and Luke Strand ’11 from Vernon; (present seniors) Gregory Brown ’12 from Durham, Tyler Ceste ’12 from Wallingford, Sherif Eldirany ’12 from Glastonbury, Kristof Fogarasi ’12 from Middletown, Samuel Magaziner ’12 from Essex, Emmett McConville ’12 from Madison, and Colm Smith ’12 from East Hampton. AP Scholar Awards Sixteen students qualified for the AP Scholar Award by completing three or more AP Exams with grades of 3 or higher. The AP Scholars are (May graduates) Charlie Dupont ’11 from Wallingford, Joshua Etheridge ’11 from Middlefield, Daniel Gero ’11 from Portland, Jeffrey Herrera ’11 from Middletown, David Johnson ’11 from Portland, Brendan Lewis ’11 from Hamden, Joseph Lynch ’11 from North Branford, and Matthew Verderame ’11 from Durham; (current seniors) George Gilbert ’12 from Portland, Sean Marinan, Jr ’12 from Higganum, Andrew Moeller ’12 from Northford, Mason Passavant ’12 from Middletown, David Pugliese ’12 from Middletown, Miraj Rahematpura ’12 from Middletown, Peter Tomasiello ’12 from Cromwell and Geoffrey Vartelas ’12 from Cromwell The 16 current seniors have this upcoming year in which to complete college-level work and possibly earn a higher-level AP Scholar Award. n
Success is Crystal Clear in Xavier’s AP/ECE Bio Lab…
e had reported in our last Xavier Today that science teacher Mrs. Linda Charpentier was accepted to the summer institute at the University of Connecticut Early College Experience (ECE) program. In conjunction with the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, they ran a threeday intensive lab experience in protein purification, crystallization and imaging for adjunct UConn ECE Biology instructors. The purpose of this training was to expose ECE Biology instructors to some of the cutting edge methods being used by researchers in the field of structural biology today. Teachers were encouraged to bring this enrichment back to their classrooms.
Mrs. Charpentier recently integrated the laboratory technique of protein crystallization into her AP/ECE Biology course. Her students successfully crystallized the lysozyme protein, an enzyme found in our tears. The next step in a research facility would be to image a crystallized protein using x-ray crystallography in order to discern the 3D shape of the protein molecule. The photos show the crystals as observed merely through a regular classroom microscope. Mrs. Charpentier has been in contact with Dr. Victoria Robinson, who ran the summer institute and who heads UConn’s Protein X-ray Facility, about the possibility of arranging a visit for her
students to view this facility and the results of protein crystallography. Ryan Poulsen ’04 (yearbook photo) is currently a PhD student working with Dr. Robinson in structural biology. Greg Breuer ’08 (yearbook photo) is in his last year of UConn’s Honors Program in Biotechnology/Computer Engineering and hopes to pursue a combination MD/ PhD upon graduation. Both Xavier alums have offered to address Xavier students interested in entering these exciting fields of structural biology, bioengineering and biotechnology. n
Ryan Poulsen ’04
Greg Breuer ’08
Xavier Team Aims for a Repeat Win in Real World Design Challenge
Pictured is the RWDC team and members of their families with Congressman Larson from Connecticut’s 1st District on the steps of the National Capitol.
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman Announces Xavier D.C. Trip
t. Governor Nancy Wyman announced that a team of Connecticut high school students travelled to Washington D.C for the kickoff of the 2012 Real World Design Challenge (RWDC) — a nationwide engineering competition that the Xavier team won earlier this year. The seven-member team from Xavier beat more than 450 schools from 40 states to take top honors at the national level in the 2011 RWDC last April with their design of an airplane wing that maximizes fuel efficiency and enhances performance. They presented their winning design on Capitol Hill on October 11 — the day the new Challenge was unveiled.
Lt. Gov. Wyman encourages all Connecticut schools to consider participating in the event, which aims to increase the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workforce and includes mentoring from such Aerospace giants as Pratt and Whitney and Sikorsky, as well as other industry partners. “These challenges play an important role in expanding our state’s talent pool by attracting candidates who otherwise might not have considered a career in our state’s high-tech industries,” Wyman said. “I strongly encourage all educators to take full advantage of this extraordinary opportunity.” n
X H S reunion clambake gets the gang together
Members of the Class of 1986 enjoyed their 25th reunion at the Clambake.
Good Friends, Good Food, Good Times Class of ’86 makes Clambake their own…
n a perfect summer afternoon in June, Xavier’s Class of 1986 gathered at the school to celebrate their 25th graduation year reunion. Several travelled from across the country to join in the reunion. Classmates in attendance were: Mr. Vincent Cervoni ’86 (Wallingford), Dr. Christopher Coppola ’86 (Danville, PA), Mr. Joseph Delaney, Jr. ’86 (Wallingford), Mr. Brian Farrell ’86 (Middletown), Mr. Bryan Feitel (Haddam), Mr. Stephen M. Galluba ’86 (North Branford), Mr. Gregory Ginnetti ’86 (Cheshire), Mr. Shawn Hanlon ’86 (Superior, CO), Mr. William Iselin ’86 (Burlington), Mr. Marc Libero ’86 (New Haven), Mr. Ko Maruyama ’86 (Glendale, CA), Mr. Michael Masselli ’86 (Portland), Mr. Jeffrey Misenti ’86 (Middletown), Mr. Daniel Pickett ’86 (Middletown), Mr. Carl Pitruzzello ’86 (Middlefield), Mr. Mark Rowley ’86 (St. Louis,
MO), Mr. and Mrs. David Sizemore ’86 (Cromwell), Mr. Christopher Tripler ’86 (Beverly, MA), Mr. Edward Wiegand ’86 (Atlanta, GA). Ko Maruyama travelled the farthest; he flew in with his wife and children from California to make this part of a family vacation to Connecticut. Spearheading the reunion effort were Class Contacts Dan Pickett and Teddy Wiegand along with their classmate and Xavier’s Academic Dean David Sizemore. The afternoon was filled with laughter as conversations abounded among the alumni who were joined by a number of past teachers and representatives of the school administration and Alumni Executive Committee: Br William Ciganek, C.F.X., Headmaster Br Brian Davis, C.F.X., Br. J. Robert Houlihan, C.F.X., Mrs. Linda Charpentier, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Feitel, Mr. Art Kohs, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson, Mr. Phil Franklin ’73 (Alumni Assn President), Mr. Jim Royce ’99 (Alumni Executive Committee) and Mr. John Guerin (Director of Communications). One focal point was a table of ’86 yearbooks and scrapbooks that the wives in attendance really seemed to enjoy. One of the ’86 Kestrel editorin-Chiefs, Dave Sizemore, pointed out a few pictures from the student newspaper that included attendees. The only formal presentations of the event were a brief welcome and prayer from Headmaster Br. Brian, followed later by Dave Sizemore’s listing of the five deceased class members who he asked all to remember in their prayers. They are: Mr. David Brandt, ’86, Mr. Peter Gelinas ’86, Mr. Brian Grover ’86, Mr. Jonathan Hayden ’86 and Mr. Richard Thompson II ’86.
After enjoying a clambake menu prepared and served by Navin Brothers Catering, All the alumni and most of their families were taken on a tour of Xavier showing all the new things that have been added to the school in the intervening 25 years since graduation. Xavier’s Office of Advancement and Alumni Executive Committee combine to support the efforts of all our graduating classes who are interested in organizing a class reunion. Whether the reunion is held here at the school or held off premises, we are ready, willing and able to assist in the planning and promotion of these worthwhile events. If anyone is interested in getting a committee together, let us know through your Class Contact, or email alumni@ xavierhighschool.org or advancement@ xavierhighschool.org. n
Second Place Winners
Third Place Winners First Place Winners
Mother Nature Kind to…
Alumni Golf Classic
other Nature was kind to the 29th Anniversary Golf Classic on June 27th as over 120 alumni, family and friends gathered at Tunxis Plantations in Farmington for a day of golf, food, fellowship and prizes. An early morning drizzle ended as the registration table opened. A cloudy sky which occasionally brightened and comfortable temperatures accompanied the golfers throughout the day. Golfers enjoyed a lunch of freshly grilled sandwiches and cold beverages on the golf course. Under our “best ball” format, golfers vied for trophies for the top three foursomes of the day as well as “longest drive” and “closest to the pin” plaques. Participants assembled in the Tunxis pavilion to dine on an expertly prepared meal. Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X. thanked all for their participation and contributions to the school. After dinner the trophy and plaque winners were announced and almost 50 golf raffle prizes were awarded under the capable direction of Brother Thomas Fahey, C.F.X. Mr. Phil Franklin ’73, president of the Xavier Alumni Association and chair of the golf committee, worked all day with Karen Brown, John Guerin and Joe Lane ’95 from the Office of Advancement to guarantee the smooth operation of the event. We also want to thank all the sponsors and donors who helped to make the day a success. The golf committee is already working on plans for the 30th Anniversary Golf Classic. We anticipate an announcement shortly on our website and in our next edition of Xavier Today. n
X avier H igh S chool A lumni A ssociation
2011 Winter Raffle Drawing: Thursday, December 29th 2011 at 3pm
At Xavier High School 181 Randolph Road Middletown, CT
(Winners Need Not Be Present) Price: $2.00/ticket. PRIZES NOT REDEEMABLE FOR CASH
Closest to the Pin Hugo Legendre Longest Drive Peter Tomasiello ’12 Low score foursomes: Third Place Mark O’Neil ’09 Adam Tomasiello ’09 Peter Tomasiello ’12 Christopher Walton Second Place Nicholas DeRita ’10 Peter DeRita Jr. ’85 Nick Tremaglio Todd Tremaglio ’85 First Place Billy Burke ’91 Hugo Legendre Todd Nielsen ’91 Wally Stojak ’92
Alan Schumann ’78, and Phil Franklin ’73 thanking Brother Houlihan (center), for his MYARC sponsorship.
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nnual report of gifts July 1, 2010
June 30, 2011
“It is your support that enables us to continue to offer a quality Xaverian education to 880 young men, and thanks to your generosity we are able to offer financial assistance to approximately 270 of our students.” Headmaster Br. Brian Davis, C.F.X.
a message from the
Director of Advancement Dear Friends and Supporters, Over the past year, I’ve met with many of our constituents and emphasized the importance of what partnerships mean to Xavier High School. As you look through the Annual Report, you will see the value of these partnerships. Each partnership acknowledges individuals and corporations that donated to Xavier High School during the 2010-2011 fiscal year. Once again, the ongoing support for our great school was appreciated and necessary. Although we distributed over $1.1 million in financial aid and endowed scholarships, the request and need for assistance continues to grow for about 30% of our students. It is because of these partnerships that 38 students at Xavier earned 2011 AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement; Football, Wrestling, and Ultimate Frisbee teams captured state titles in 2010-11; and Xavier’s Engineering Team was 2011 state and national champion in the Real World Design Challenge. I would like to express my deepest appreciation to our alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty/ staff, and friends for your ongoing loyalty and support. Through your gifts, no matter how big or small, you played an integral role in fostering the spiritual, academic, and physical growth of our students. We are all part of the Xavier Community. Let’s continue to partner together to strengthen and build the legacy of Xavier High School.
Michael A. Tommasi ’67 Director of Advancement
Xavier High School — Annual Report 2010–2011
inancial report July 1, 2010
June 30, 2011
School Income Tuition and Fees
School Expenditures $8,876,006
Instruction and Student Activities
Advancement Activities *
Faculty and Staff Benefits
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Plant Operations and Maintenance
Transfer to Unrestricted Endowment
Investment Income — Diocesan Subsidy — Miscellaneous Income —
Transfer to Restricted Endowed Scholarships 107,729 Tuition and Fees
Advancement Activities — Transfer to Restricted Endowed Scholarships — * The following items which have been reported separately in the past are included in the Advancement Activities listed above. Advancement Activities are intended to show a more complete summary picture of donations to Xavier.
Transfer to Unrestricted Endowment — Capital Improvements — Advancement Activities — Plant Operations and Maintenance ——
Ad Book (net)
Gifts and Grants
Home and School Association
General Administration —— Financial Aid and Scholarships ——
Instruction and Student Activities
Faculty and Staff Benefits —
The Xavier High School Annual Report is published annually following the end of the fiscal year. This annual report acknowledges contributions received between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. However, if a name is misspelled, omitted, or printed incorrectly, please notify the Advancement Office at 860-347-6079.
Xavier High School — Annual Report 2010–2011
iving by Constituency*
Matching Gift Companies —
Constituency Breakdown of Donations
Xavier Faculty/Staff — Past & Present Grandparents —
(Xavier’s Advancement Activities
Present Parents ——
Alumni $243,101 Parents of Alumni
Businesses & Foundations
Individuals (Friends of Xavier)
Past & Present Grandparents
Matching Gift Companies
Individuals (Friends of Xavier) —— Businesses & Foundations ——
Parents of Alumni
* The individual categories total to more than the Advancement Activities total since there are many individuals who fall into more than one category (i.e. Parents, Parents of Alums, and Grandparents).
Total Alumni Giving by class Total Alumni Donations $243,101 Individual donors are listed in this report in the Giving Societies. A listing of individual Alumni donors by Class is listed on the Xavier website under Advancement and Alumni/Advancement Activities.
Class of 1967 $7,823
Class of 1976 $4,150
Class of 1985 $6,135
Class of 1994 $295
Class of 2003 $245
Class of 1968 $5,880
Class of 1977 $5,005
Class of 1986 $6,587
Class of 1995 $1,390
Class of 2004 $195
Class of 1969 $11,380
Class of 1978 $9,090
Class of 1987 $2,435
Class of 1996 $1,300
Class of 2005 $325
Class of 1970 $20,775
Class of 1979 $6,958
Class of 1988 $1,535
Class of 1997 $1,070
Class of 2006 $535
Class of 1971 $5,535
Class of 1980 $10,101
Class of 1989 $2,383
Class of 1998 $525
Class of 2007 $480
Class of 1972 $5,320
Class of 1981 $49,966
Class of 1990 $1,130
Class of 1999 $3,120
Class of 2008 $180
Class of 1973 $6,238
Class of 1982 $7,115
Class of 1991 $1,975
Class of 2000 $2,830
Class of 2009 $505
Class of 1974 $10,140
Class of 1983 $13,146
Class of 1992 $245
Class of 2001 $3,205
Class of 2010 $895
Class of 1975 $6,940
Class of 1984 $12,510
Class of 1993 $3,580
Class of 2002 $1,255
Class of 2011 $675
Xavier High School — Annual Report 2010–2011
ndowed Scholarship funds
Endowed scholarships create opportunites for students who might otherwise be unable to attend Xavier High School. Total contributions for the 2010–2011 fiscal year The Boyle Family Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy E. Dyer $100 C.J. Carrozzella Scholarship The Spirit of CJ Foundation $5,000 Susan G. Ciganek Scholarship Brother William Ciganek C.F.X. Mrs. Lucille Ciganek $200 Thomas A. Cloutier, Jr. Scholarship Mr. Kevin Cloutier ’96 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Domnarski, Jr. $250 Peter F. Dalton, Jr. Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Peter F. Dalton Dalton Enterprises $10,000 DesRosier Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Edwin DesRosiers Mr. Thomas Stolarz ’69 $2,172 Jes Egan Scholarship Fund Acura of Avon Mr. & Mrs. David J. Ahlgren Mrs. Martha Ahlquist Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Albin Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Allan B. Brown Buell Securities Corporation Ms. Emily Calkins Ms. Janice Calkins Mr. & Mrs. Peter Carden Mr. & Mrs. Erik S. Christensen Ms. Carol N. Christensen CT Acura Dealers Mrs. Antoinette Dadario Darby Dan Farm De Robertis Jewelers Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Derrick Ms. Paula V. Dobratz East Haddam Elementary School Mr. Robert D. Evans Mr. & Mrs. James Fusaro Mr. & Mrs. William J. Hall Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Heckler Ms. Rachel A. Hinds Ms. Joanne Hooper Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Keyes Ms. Pamela Lavery Mr. & Mrs. Paul Matterazzo Ms. Agatha M. Meeker Mr. Jason Newell Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. Nitchman Mr. & Mrs. Andrew T. O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Gary K. Pechie Ms. Lois M. Perrupato Mr. & Mrs. Gardner Perry, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Prichard Mrs. Rita J. Santostefano Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Sienkiewicz Mrs. Patricia Smith Ms. Robin M. Starkel Mr. & Mrs. Lee E. Swenson Mr. & Mrs. William Talbot Westbrook Education Association Ms. Carol Wheeler Mr. & Mrs. James K. Wilson $4,065
Richard Feitel Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Richard Feitel Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Gastler ’74 Xavier Alumni Association Xavier Home & School Association $3,144 Garrity Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Vito Bonaiuto Dr. Gregory Bonaiuto ’84 Mr. & Mrs. William H. Garrity $2,250 Michael Golia Scholarship Mr. Patrick Andrews Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Draper Mr. & Mrs. E. Phillips Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Savo, Jr. $240 Harrington Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Rocco R. DiGenova Mr. Kevin DiGenova ’03 Ms. Teresa M. DiGenova Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Harrington United Technologies $800 Holy Family Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Yandow $2,500 Brother J. Robert Houlihan, CFX Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Gastler ’74 Brother J. Robert Houlihan C.F.X. $9,100 Jamie Tillona Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Baehr $75 The Eric J. Kalber Scholarship Bob’s Auto Service Mr. & Mrs. John Brodzinski Ms. Ann-Marie Drozd Mr. Colin T. Frayne Mr. & Mrs. George C. Kalber Mrs. Sheri Kalber-Amato Mr. & Mrs. Scott T. McNulty Mr. Stephen Mierz ’77 Mrs. Jeanette W. Siscavage $7,750 Mr. & Mrs. George V. Keithan, Jr. ’81 Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. George V. Keithan, Jr. ’81 $20,000 George V. Keithan, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. George V. Keithan, Jr. ’81 $5,000 Arthur Kohs Scholarship American Glass Company, Inc. Anonymous - Cash proceeds from Kohs Classic Biega’s Home For Funerals Mr. Jeffrey Billings ’82 Cafe Allegre / Woodwinds Citizens Bank of Connecticut Cloutier & Cassella Mr. Ryan M. Cole ’01 Connecticut Rental Center Mr. Michael P. Crean ’00
Xavier High School — Annual Report 2010–2011
Dainty Rubbish Service, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Mark R. Drake Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Gastler ’74 Mr. Edward Generous ’72 Mr. Mark O. Hubbard ’67 Mr. Matthew N. Johnson ’02 Mr. Timothy J. Kohs ’85 Mr. Michael S. Kohs ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Kohs Mr. Todd Kohs ’81 Mr. Kenneth C. Landy and Ms. Teresa J. Opalacz Dr. William A. Longo ’69 Mr. Roger Madero ’83 Malloves Jewelers Mr. Stanley Marciniec ’67 Mr. J. Andrew Marciniec ’76 Mr. William McKinley ’73 Mr. David McKinley ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Moore, ’79 Mr. John Nettis ’75 Mr. Gary Nolan ’71 NXEGEN, LLC Mr. Evan O’Brien Dr. Stan Opalacz ’72 and Dr. Kayoko Kondo Mr. Michael Papale, Jr., ’79 Mr. Joseph Pasternak ’78 Mr. Francis J. Pawlowski ’67 Pro Physical Therapy Mr. Chevar A. Rankins, ’06 Mr. John Romano ’99 Mr. & Mrs. Theodore J. Ruder Mr. Alan R. Schumann, Jr. ’78 Mr. Christopher Serra ’99 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Sipples Mr. & Mrs. David Sizemore ’86 Mr. Thomas Stolarz ’69 THIS LLC / Smorstix Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Tommasi ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Fredrick M. Tremalgia ’73 Mr. James Weselcouch ’71 Dr. William J. Witkowski ’67 $7,574 Korey Lee Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Kent Lee $100 Robert Michalski Scholarship Fund Reverend David Choquette ’90 Mr. Daniel Fagan ’88 $350 Michael J. Monea Scholarship Fund Mr. Michael J. Monea ’75 $1,000 John S. and Cecilia S. Ott Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. John S. Ott $3,000 Joseph S. Pagano Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Gastler ’74 $300 Thomas A. Pierce Scholarship Fund Mr. & Mrs. Richard Feitel Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Gastler ’74 $550
Mark Schaefer Memorial Scholarship Mr. Thomas Aquila Ms. Linda Barile Mr. & Mrs. Albert C. Brevetti Ms. Carol Bright Mr. & Mrs. Paul Clougher Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Cusano, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Larry D. Elliott Ms. Susan Emerman Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Fagan Mr. & Mrs. John Festa Ms. Lynn M. Festa Sister Dominic Joseph Ms. Carol A. Kowalski Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lassan Mrs. Jacquelyn S. Mongillo Mr. & Mrs. Don Mozzochi Mr. Michael P. Nancollas Mr. & Mrs. Otto Schaefer Monsignor Gerard G. Schmitz Mr. & Mrs. John A. Schuler Mr. & Mrs. Robert Valla Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Valla Reverend Dominic J. Valla Mr. & Mrs. Mark N. Vogel Mr. Anuruddha Walaliyadda and Ms. Paula Clogher Ms. Mary Jane M. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Yates $2,785 Schilke Scholarship Mrs. Violet Dunn Mrs. Steffie Pasieka Mr. & Mrs. David Schilke $2,300 Schilke Math Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. David Schilke $250 Staff Sgt. Thomas Smith Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. Daniel S. Cizauskas Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Smith, Jr. $2,250 St. Mark Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. David A. Tellerico $2,500 Rosemary T. Strekel Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. David A. Leone ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Chris Shane Mr. Alexander F. Strekel ’00 Mr. Matthew L. Strekel ’99 $9,750 Unrestricted Endowment Mrs. Mildred Broadway Mr. & Mrs. John Callahan $175 William E. Wrang Memorial Scholarship Aetna Foundation Matching Gift Center Mr. & Mrs. William E. Wrang III, ’75 Mr. & Mrs. William E. Wrang, Jr. $2,300
Total Contributions to Endowed Scholarships $107,829
emory or honor
A memorial gift serves as a remembrance of a loved one, a true friend, or a respected teacher. A tribute is offered to honor someone whose life has had an impact on others. Such gifts perpetuate the honoree’s good influence on others as well as Xavier High School.
These first gifts were offered as a tribute to a living member of the Xavier High School community:
In Memory of George H. and Ottilie Bussmann Bussmann Family Foundation
In Honor of Elliott R. Antler Mr. Lawrence Antler
In Memory of Deceased members of Class of 1967 Mr. Francis J. Pawlowski ’67
In Honor of Nicholas Cerreta ’01 Ms. Kathie Larke In Honor of Mark Festa Ms. Lynn M. Festa In Honor of Phil and Sue Franklin Mr. & Mrs. William J. Pilkington In Honor of Frances & Richard Harrington Mr. & Mrs. Rocco R. DiGenova Mr. Kevin DiGenova ’03 Ms. Teresa M. DiGenova In Honor of Grace & Otto’s 50th Anniversary Monsignor Gerard G. Schmitz Mr. & Mrs. Albert C. Brevetti Mr. & Mrs. Don Mozzochi Mr. & Mrs. John A. Schuler Mr. & Mrs. John Festa Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Cusano, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Valla Mr. & Mrs. Larry D. Elliott Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Fagan Mr. & Mrs. Mark N. Vogel Mr. & Mrs. Paul Clougher Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Yates Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lassan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Valla Mr. Anuruddha Walaliyadda and Ms. Paula Clogher Mr. Michael P. Nancollas Mr. Thomas Aquila Mrs. Jacquelyn S. Mongillo Ms. Carol A. Kowalski Ms. Carol Bright Ms. Linda Barile Ms. Mary Jane M. Williams Ms. Susan Emerman Reverend Dominic J. Valla Sister Dominic Joseph In Honor of Wilhelm Tye Ms. Earlene Tye The following represent Memorial Donations we have received in addition to any that may be listed under Endowed Scholarships (page 16) established in the name of a deceased Xavier community member: In Memory of Sarah H. Adams Mr. Charles Becker ’97 In Memory of Mr. Thomas G. Aiello Brother James M. Kelly C.F.X. In Memory of Marie Bergamini Dr. Robert A. Bergamini ’72
In Memory of Thomas A. Cloutier Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Jaskot ’69 In Memory of Thomas A. Cloutier, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Domnarski, Jr. In Memory of Jonathan M. Coates Mr. & Mrs. John T. Coates ’69 In Memory of Peter Dalton ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Will McPhee In Memory of John A. Dudek Mr. Jason J. Dudek ’88 In Memory of Claire Edwards Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Jaskot ’69 In Memory of Jes Egan ’92 Acura of Avon Anonymous Buell Securities Corporation CT Acura Dealers Darby Dan Farm De Robertis Jewelers East Haddam Elementary School Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. Nitchman Mr. & Mrs. Allan B. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Derrick Mr. & Mrs. David J. Ahlgren Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Heckler Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Prichard Mr. & Mrs. Erik S. Christensen Mr. & Mrs. Gardner Perry, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gary K. Pechie Mr. & Mrs. James Fusaro Mr. & Mrs. James K. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Sienkiewicz Mr. & Mrs. Lee E. Swenson Mr. & Mrs. Paul Matterazzo Mr. & Mrs. Peter Carden Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Albin Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Keyes Mr. & Mrs. William J. Hall Mr. & Mrs. William Talbot Mr. Jason Newell Mr. Robert D. Evans Mrs. Antoinette Dadario Mrs. Martha Ahlquist Mrs. Patricia Smith Mrs. Rita J. Santostefano Ms. Agatha M. Meeker Ms. Carol N. Christensen Ms. Carol Wheeler Ms. Emily Calkins Ms. Janice Calkins Ms. Joanne Hooper Ms. Lois M. Perrupato
Ms. Pamela Lavery Ms. Paula V. Dobratz Ms. Rachel A. Hinds Ms. Robin M. Starkel Westbrook Education Association
In Memory of Stacia Novotny Mr. & Mrs. David Schilke Mrs. Steffie Pasieka Mrs. Violet Dunn In Memory of Bill Pomfret Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Kohs
In Memory of Fran Elligers Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Bongo Mr. & Mrs. Edward Sheehan Mr. & Mrs. Gene L. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Peter Charpentier Mr. & Mrs. William C. Braychak
In Memory of Margaret Reynolds Attorney Edward F. Reynolds, Jr. In Memory of John Ross Ruggiero Mr. & Mrs. Peter Charpentier In Memory of Albert O. Santostefano Mr. Guy Santostefano ’80
In Memory of William and Louise Fleming Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Coughlin
In Memory of Mary Bauer Schmidt Mr. Nicholas Schmidt ’70
In Memory of Ed and Suzanna Franklin Mrs. Mary Franklin In Memory of Paul G. Garrity, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Garrity, Jr., ’92 In Memory of Jean Golia Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Draper Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Savo, Jr.
In Memory of Raymond St. Jacques Mr. & Mrs. Peter Charpentier In Memory of Edward W. Stankewicz Mrs. Judith E. Dawe
In Memory of Alice Guerin Mr. & Mrs. Gene L. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Lane ’95 Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Tommasi ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Charpentier Mr. & Mrs. John Guerin
In Memory of Robert H. Slattery Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Jaskot ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Kilpatrick
In Memory of William Hancock Mr. & Mrs. James C. Lane, Sr. In Memory of Aldon T. Ingersoll Mrs. Patricia B. Mariano In Memory of William R. Jannetty, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel S. Cizauskas In Memory of Eric Kalber ’04 Mr. & Mrs. George C. Kalber
In Memory of Eileen Manning Mr. & Mrs. George C. Kalber In Memory of John C. Marrinan Mrs. Evelyn P. Marrinan In Memory of John F. McGrath, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Jaskot ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Charpentier
In Memory of Doris Morrissey Miss Jayne Vitale
In Memory of Irving C. Snow Guilmartin, DiPiro, & Sokolowski, LLC Howley Bread Group, LTD Mr. & Mrs. Ben Roy Mr. Christopher B. Conley Mrs. Christine C. Algiere In Memory of Gary Thompson Mr. Paul Poissant ’75 In Memory of Christopher John Tuncap-Benavente Mr. & Mrs. Kent Lee
In Memory of Lawrence Lentini Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lentini
In Memory of George L. McLean Mr. & Mrs. Henry McLean Mr. Tyler R. Magaziner, ’10
In Memory of Mr. Richard J. Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Jaskot ’69 Mr. & Mrs. David A. Leone ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Charpentier
In Memory of Mrs. Alberta Tuohy Middletown District Council of Catholic Women Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Jaskot ’69 Mr. & Mrs. David G. Heiney Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hall Mr. John P. Boothroyd ’74 Mrs. Gay B. Mahder Ms. Mary Ellen Damrau Old Saybrook Fire Department In Memory of Peg Turley Mr. & Mrs. James C. Lane, Sr.
In Memory of Claire Nellis Brother James M. Kelly C.F.X. In Memory of William H. Nellis Mr. William Nellis ’76
Xavier High School — Annual Report 2010–2011
2010-2011 Members of the
aint Francis Xavier Society Gifts of $1,000 or more per year to Xavier High School earn the donor membership in Xavier’s Saint Francis Xavier Society.
Xaverian Founders Colleagues
$2,000 - $4,999
$1,000 - $1,999
Chief Ed Brymer (Ret.) and Attorney Geraldine A. Roberts
Mr. R. Bruce Andrews
Mr. & Mrs. Carl G. Bulgini III ’84
Mr. Geoffrey P. Astle ’02
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Byrne, ’80
Dr. Gregory Bonaiuto ’84
Mr. & Mrs. Damian Carroll
Mr. & Mrs. George R. Brown, Jr.
Xaverian Leadership Colleagues
Attorney and Mrs. Christopher Carrozzella
Mr. & Mrs. Gene L. Brown
Mr. and Dr. Carl Carta, ’70
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Burke
Connecticut Rental Center
Bussmann Family Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Charpentier
Mr. & Mrs. James Cunningham
Mr. Michael Chmielewski ’68
$15,000 - 24,999
DeRita & Sons Construction Company, Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. John T. Coates ’69
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin DesRosiers
Mr. Ryan M. Cole ’01
Cromwell Printing Co.
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas J. Farrington
Mr. John P. Custy ’70
Dr. Robert A. Frank ’79
Mr. Todd R. Darling ’85
Mr. & Mrs. Jack W. Gastler ’74
Mr. & Mrs. Jerrold Day
Mayor and Mrs. Sebastian N. Giuliano, ’70
Mr. & Mrs. Peter DeRita, Jr. ’85
Mr. Robert D. Guere ’81
Mr. Geoffrey T. DeVille ’80
Mr. John W. Hannen, Jr. ’74
Mr. & Mrs. Brendan Donohue
Mr. & Mrs. George C. Kalber
Mr. Jeffrey A. Dooley ’81
Mrs. Sheri Kalber-Amato
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Kilpatrick
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Feitel
Mr. & Mrs. George V. Keithan, Jr. ’81
Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Richard R. Del Favero The Ray and Pauline Sullivan Foundation
Ryken Heritage Council $10,000 - $14,999
Mr. Carl J. Appellof ’69
Mrs. Rosemary Kilpatrick
Dr. Miklos Fogarasi and Dr. Ildiko Toth
The Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of Norwich
Mr. Peter J. Langevin
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Franklin ’73
Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. Hetherington ’81
Mr. & Mrs. Marc Levin ’80
Mr. Matthew Friel ’85
Dr. William A. Longo ’69
Mr. & Mrs. Keith Garabedian
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Garrity
Mr. John P. Giaimo ’83
Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Mikullitz ’89
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Gillies
Mr. & Mrs. Neil G. Mitchill, Jr., ’93
Mr. & Mrs. John Guerin
Mr. Jeffrey S. Muzio ’84
Mr. William J. Hannigan ’77
Dr. Stan Opalacz ’72 and Dr. Kayoko Kondo
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Hetzel ’68
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Patton ’82
Mr. James R. Joyce ’83
Headmaster’s Council $5,000 - $9,999 Mrs. Maureen E. Dalton Dalton Enterprises Mr. Jeffrey R. Del Favero ’78 Brother J. Robert Houlihan C.F.X. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Hutton ’83 Mr. & Mrs. John S. Ott Mr. & Mrs. Chris Shane Mr. Richard C. Turek ’70 The Spirit of CJ Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Everett J. Rutan III, ’70 Mr. & Mrs. David Schilke Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Sczurek Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Serrano
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hoisl Mr. Brian Judge ’91 Mr. Jeremiah Keefe ’86 Mr. & Mrs. William Kiley, ’82
Mr. & Mrs. David Sizemore ’86
Mr. Kenneth C. Landy and Ms. Teresa J. Opalacz
Mr. Matthew L. Strekel ’99
Attorney and Mrs. Dennis R. LaVette
Mr. Alexander F. Strekel ’00
Attorney and Mrs. Peter W. LaVigne, ’71
Mrs. Robin S. Taillie
Mr. & Mrs. David A. Leone ’73
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Taillie
Dr. Anthony J. Loffredo ’87
Xavier Alumni Association
Mr. & Mrs. David Lohr
Mr. John F. Lomartra ’73
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Yandow
Mr. Timothy Loughlin ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas G. Macol
Xavier High School — Annual Report 2010–2011
Attorney Joseph S. Magnano ’71 Mr. Richard B. Magner ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Mahar Timothy Maloney Associates Mr. & Mrs. Sean R. Marinan ’80 Attorney and Mrs. Joseph D. Marino ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence McHugh Mr. & Mrs. William McKenzie, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frederick H. Miller ’67 NexGen Solutions OnSite Video Productions Mr. Michael J. Monea ’75 Mr. Paul Orsina Mr. James P. Parmelee ’84 Mr. Lee M. Partyka ’70 Mr. Steven Perruccio ’69 Mr. & Mrs. William Peterson Mr. Michael Picard ’83 Mr. Mark P. Picard ’86 Dr. and Mrs. Richard Pugliese Mr. & Mrs. John Rajpolt, ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Ricciuti Anonymous Chief (Ret.) and Mrs. Robert J. Ross ’80 Mr. Mark Rowley ’86 Dr. Perry Sangalli Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth F. Sarpu ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Shane Dr. John Shine Mrs. Alberta Slattery Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Smith ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Smith, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Tommasi ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Guy J. Tommasi, Jr. ’75 Mr. James Truscinski ’88 Mr. Edward P. Tynan ’67 Mr. & Mrs. William Voelker Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wills Mr. David J. Winicki ’84 Attorney John F. Wolter, ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Philip K. Wooding Mr. & Mrs. William E. Wrang III, ’75 Mr. & Mrs. William E. Wrang, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Wrinn ’71 Mr. Arthur Wrubel ’83
The remainder of our donor Giving Societies are on the following pages. Your generosity is appreciated.”
A Xavier Associate $500 - $999 Mr. Robert A. Arena ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Carl Banic Mr. Norbert G. Bissonnette ’81 Mr. Robert S. Blake ’75 Bob’s Auto Service Bozzuto’s Inc. (IGA) Mr. Hans E. Brings ’85 Mr. John Buckley ’83 Mr. Richard D. Cadorath ’68 Cafe Allegre / Woodwinds Mr. & Mrs. Mark Camner Citizens Bank of Connecticut Mr. & Mrs. Daniel S. Cizauskas Classic Auto Wash of Cromwell Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey S. Close, Sr. Mr. Steven A. DeMartino ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Rocco R. DiGenova Durham Middlefield Youth Football & Cheerleading Gem Manufacturing Co., Inc. Mr. Thadd Gnocchi ’68 Mr. Joseph J. Guerra II ’84 Mr. Brian Hurlbutt ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Jaskot ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Aaron D. King Mr. Timothy J. Kohs ’85 Mr. & Mrs. William Kroger Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Lane ’95 Ms. Kathie Larke Mr. & Mrs. William B. Laudano Jr. Mr. Robert Linden and Ms. Mary Canty Loehmann-Blasius Chevrolet, Inc. Mr. William J. Longo ’96 Mr. Roger Madero ’83 Mr. J. Andrew Marciniec ’76 Mrs. Evelyn P. Marrinan Mr. Joseph McCabe ’69 Mr. & Mrs. James McNamara Mercy High School Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Moore, ’79 Mr. Paul Moquin ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Murphy Old Colony Construction, LLC Mrs. Jane Opalacz Oxford Industries Mr. & Mrs. Pierre Passavant Dr. Brendan Patterson ’77 Mr. Francis J. Pawlowski ’67 Portland Agricultural Fair Association Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Prichard Mr. & Mrs. William Pustari Mr. & Mrs. Vincent J. Raby Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Rutan ’74 Mrs. Justine B. Rutan Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Saks, ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Samulenas Mr. & Mrs. Otto Schaefer Mrs. Clare Scholand Mr. Alan R. Schumann, Jr. ’78 Mr. & Mrs. James Schumann St. Lawrence Church
nnual Fund Drive Giving Societies Thank you to all of those alumni, past and present parents, grandparents and friends for making a donation to our 2010-2011 Annual Fund Drive. Your generosity to Xavier helps create expanded opportunities for our students.
The Home and School Association for contributing over $25,000 towards the student needs and the school, along with the various receptions they hosted throughout the school year.
Mr. & Mrs. Calvin H. Stoney Stop & Shop A+ Bonus Bucks Program Suburban P.T. & Sports Medical Center Mr. Antonio Suppa ’96 Mr. & Mrs. Lee E. Swenson Mr. Donald Thompson Jr. ’75 Mr. Peter Turecek ’87 Dr. Karl A. van Bibber ’68 Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Wallace ’85 Mrs. Donna Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. Timothy E. Wrinn ’78
St. Joseph Associate $250 - $499 Mr. Edward Adametz ’82 Aerial Photography by Don Couture All American Heating & Air Conditioning Mr. John S. Amato ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Efrem Antler Dr. Benjamin D. Armstrong ’97 Mr. James Bartolotta ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beaudoin Mr. Charles Becker ’97 Dr. Robert A. Bergamini ’72 Ms. Frances Berger Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Berry Biega’s Home For Funerals Mr. & Mrs. Vito Bonaiuto Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Boyle Mr. & Mrs. Russell Brochinsky Mr. Edward Burke ’68 Mr. & Mrs. John Bussman Mr. Thomas A. Campbell ’79 Patricia A. Carta, D.M.D. Mr. Nicholas Cerreta ’01 Attorney David Chapman ’75 CNX Radio, Inc.
Connecticut Lacrosse Officials Association, Inc. Mr. James R. Coughlin ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Richard T. Cunningham ’78 Mr. Luke Dalton ’95 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. D’Amato ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. D’Aquila ’83 Brother Brian Davis C.F.X. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dean Mr. & Mrs. James DeKoeyer III Dr. Gary DiDato ’82 Mr. Thomas Dolan ’91 Mr. Mark Dubois ’68 Mr. Daniel Fagan ’88 Mr. Andrew Ferretti ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Finnegan Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. Fitzpatrick Mr. Barry Fitzpatrick, Principal Mr. Kevin F. Fournier ’82 Dr. Stephen Franklin ’76 Anonymous Reverend Gregory P. Galvin Dr. and Mrs. Prabhash Ganguli Mr. & Mrs. Andrew T. Gargano Mr. Carmelo Gionfriddo Mr. & Mrs. Jim Gregoire Mr. & Mrs. Robert Grimm Mrs. Suzanne Gueble Mr. James Guida ’67 Mr. Richard Gula ’67 Mr. & Mrs. David G. Heiney Dr. James Hennessey ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Eric Henzy Mr. & Mrs. Carey M. Hewitt ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Hill Mr. & Mrs. James Horan Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Houle Mrs. Marguerite A. Huelmann Dr. and Mrs. Louis Iorio Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jackson Mr. Charles Jacobucci Dr. Robert Jakubiec ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Laurence N. Jones, ’77 Mr. John Kane ’85 Mr. Michael S. Kohs ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Kohs
Mr. Frederick L. Konopka ’78 Ms. Carol A. Kowalski Mr. & Mrs. John Krasnitski, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Brian T. Kronenberger ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Peter LaMalfa, Sr. Mr. Mark J. Lambert Mr. & Mrs. John Larensen Mr. & Mrs. Benedict LaTorre Dr. Leo Lensing and Dr. Carolyn Sharp Liberty Limousine Dr. and Mrs. Brian T. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Mackiewicz Mr. Tyler R. Magaziner, ’10 Ms. Pamela Manzione Mr. Stanley Marciniec ’67 Mr. Christopher M. Mashia ’97 Mr. & Mrs. David Masse Mr. & Mrs. David Mastroianni, Jr. Mr. Paul Maturo ’81 Rev. Dr. Barry J. McCarthy ’69 Mr. & Mrs. John C. McGrath Mr. & Mrs. Robert McGuinness, ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Will McPhee Mrs. Lisa McPhee Middletown Sports Hall of Fame & Museum, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Mischke ’74 Ms. MaryAnn Misenti Mrs. Evelyn Z. Mondani Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Mondani, Sr. ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Mooney Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Murray Mr. Michael Muzio ’83 Mr. Michael P. Nancollas NXEGEN, LLC Mr. & Mrs. David W. O’Brien ’70 Ms. Jean O’Brien Reverend Mark D. O’Donnell ’77 Old Colony Construction, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Peach Mr. Peter Petruzelo ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth J. Pia, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gregory J. Piontek Portland Town Center LLC Pro Physical Therapy Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Raffele ’70
Mr. & Mrs. James Reidy Mr. Joel Riley Mrs. Eileen Rogers Mr. & Mrs. Robert Romanelli Mr. Barry Rosenblatt ’78 Mr. & Mrs. John Rowley Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. Sabia Mr. Albert O. Santostefano Mr. & Mrs. Charles Scheid Mr. Roy Schmaling Mr. Nicholas Schmidt ’70 Mr. Mark Seamon ’91 Mr. & Mrs. Ochhav Shah Mr. Christopher Shortell ’90 Signs on Demand Mr. Philippe Slezak ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick P. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Francis E. Smith Mr. Bryan R. Southall ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. Staab Mr. & Mrs. James Stewart Mrs. Muriel Sullivan Mr. Gary A. Szewczyk ’77 Mr. Philip Szewczyk ’79 Mr. Tyler W. Tanner ’93 Target Corporation Mrs. Susan Tarrant Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. Tarrant, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John J. Tomasiello ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Tomasino III Mr. William A. Tomasso Mr. & Mrs. Darius Tylki Mrs. Patricia A. Vadasz Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Vadasz Mr. & Mrs. Peter Venditto Mr. Edward Wiegand ’86 Ms. Mary Jane M. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Wolak, Jr. ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Woods Mr. & Mrs. Zhijun Wu Xavier Home & School Association Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Zadroga ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Ziobrowski Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Zoccoli Mr. Richard E. Zovich
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Kestrel Sponsor $100 - $249 Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. Abely Mr. Paul Ackermann ’80 Ms. Eva Ahern Mr. Thomas Ahern Mr. & Mrs. Eric Albert Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. Albin Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Allison Mr. Patrick Andrews Mr. Lawrence Antler Mr. Eric J. Appellof ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Mark E. Appellof ’75 Mr. David J. Applegate ’98 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Atkinson Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Avelis Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Baehr Mr. Matthew Bailey ’98 Ms. Linda Barile Mr. Martin Barrett Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Bartolotta, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Bartolotta III Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. Douglas J. Bayley ’87 Mr. Stephen Bayley ’93 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Beale Mr. & Mrs. John Beaulieu Mrs. Marcia Beeman Mr. Muriel Bianchi Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bibisi Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Bielonko Mr. Jeffrey Billings ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Bernard E. Blessinger Attorney John L. Boccalatte and Dr. Michele Salonia Lacey Mr. Michael Bois ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Boissonneault Mr. & Mrs. Paul V. Bongo Mr. & Mrs. Peter Booth Dr. and Mrs. Edward R. Boothroyd ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Morris Borea Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Bovich Mr. & Mrs. Charles Boyle Mr. & Mrs. David L. Brady Mr. & Mrs. Albert C. Brevetti Mr. & Mrs. Ifeanyi Broderick Mr. & Mrs. Timothy J. Broderick Mr. & Mrs. C. Timothy Brown Mrs. Elisabeth A. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Raymond B. Bruen Mr. Paul Bruni ’82 Mr. & Mrs. John Brymer
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Bucior Mrs. Barbara Buckley Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Bussmann Mr. & Mrs. John Callahan Mr. John P. Campbell ’77 Mr. John Campbell Dr. and Mrs. Renzo H. Canetta Mr. & Mrs. John Cappiello Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cardi Career Factor Mr. James K. Carley ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Carlone, Sr. Mr. Charles Carroll, Jr. ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Larry Carrozzella Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Casey Mr. & Mrs. James Cave Dr. Paul Ceplenski ’68 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cerrotti Mr. & Mrs. Mario Ceste Ms. Margo E. Checrallah Reverend David Choquette ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Fred Chowanec Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Christian Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Chubet Mr. Matthew Ciardiello ’00 Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Ciarleglio Brother William Ciganek C.F.X. Mrs. Lucille Ciganek Mr. & Mrs. James Ciocca Mr. & Mrs. George Clemmey Mr. & Mrs. Paul Clougher Mr. Kevin Cloutier ’96 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cocce Mr. Carmen Cocchiola Mr. & Mrs. Steven Collison Anonymous Colony Storage Mr. Eugene Conniff Mr. John Connolly Dr. and Mrs. John I. Conroy Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Coolican Copper Skillet Restaurant Dr. Christopher Coppola ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Cosmo Corigliano Mr. & Mrs. John Corona, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Philip Cotharin, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Coughlin Mr. John Coughlin ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Craig Mr. Michael P. Crean ’00 Cross St. AME Zion Church Mr. & Mrs. Angelo R. Cubeta Mr. Lee Cuneo ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cunningham Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cuomo Attorney and Mrs. Robert L. Curzan Mr. & Mrs. John Cusack
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cusson, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Cusson Mr. Walter M. Czapla, Jr. ’82 Mr. David Czarnecki ’90 Mrs. Antoinette Dadario Mr. & Mrs. Donald Dagnall Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Dalton Mr. Timothy J. Danahey ’67 Mr. Barry Daniels ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Darin Mrs. Chung-Mei M. D’Attilio Mr. & Mrs. Harcourt W. Davis III Mr. & Mrs. Jelle deBoer Mr. & Mrs. Robert Deegan Mr. & Mrs. Ralph DelSesto Mr. & Mrs. Raymond DeMonte, Jr. D.F.G. Electric Incorporated Mr. & Mrs. Leonard S. DiBella Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Dickey Mr. & Mrs. Frank DiFilippo Mr. Kevin DiGenova ’03 Ms. Teresa M. DiGenova Mr. & Mrs. Erik Dill Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Dilzer Mr. Dean DiMauro ’69 Mrs. Patricia Dionne Mr. & Mrs. Regenald Dobbin Mr. & Mrs. William Doll Mr. & Mrs. Edward Domnarski, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Herman Dostie Mr. & Mrs. Sean Doyle Attorney Paul Doyle Mrs. Stacey Doyle Dr. and Mrs. Mark Drabinski Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Duclos Mr. Robert Duffy Mr. & Mrs. Philip R. Dunn Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy E. Dyer Mr. William Dykas ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Egan, Jr. Mr. John Ellis ’70 Mr. Michael L. Emard ’79 Attorney and Mrs. Michael Epright ’83 Mr. Matthew Epright ’90 Mr. & Mrs. John Ermer Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Etheridge Ms. Rose Etuka Mr. Peter M. Etzel ’71 Mr. Cory P. Fagan, ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Brian Farrell Mr. Brian Farrell ’86 Mrs. Sandra Farrell Dr. Primla H. Fazalud Din Ms. Nanci Feitel Mr. Glenn Felton and Ms. Michelle Belcher Ms. Regina Ferrante
The Alumni Association for over $20,000 in student financial aid and many “extras” for students such as homework planners, the senior picnic, a graduation picture of each senior with the Bishop, and so much more.
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(Continued) Ms. Lynn M. Festa Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Fiasconaro III Mr. & Mrs. David Field Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Flanagan Dr. John Fleming Mrs. Judith Fletcher Mr. Michael R. Foley ’70 Mr. & Mrs. James Foley Mr. Robert B. Foster ’72 Michael Frank Mrs. Mary Franklin Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Frauendorf Mr. & Mrs. Dean J. Fredericks Mrs. Frances Freedman Mr. & Mrs. Harry L. Friel Mr. William P. Fritz ’90 Mr. David Fritz ’80 Mrs. Ann B. Fritz Mr. & Mrs. James Fusaro Mr. & Mrs. David R. Fusco Ms. Margaret Galeano Mr. & Mrs. Samuel T. Galloway, Sr. Mr. Stephen M. Galluba ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Garrity, Jr., ’92 Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Gaszek Mrs. Rita B. Gayeski Mr. & Mrs. Michael Gethings Mr. Bruce Giamei ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Gary A. Giannelli ’70 Dr. Jack Giannola Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Gilarde Mrs. Joan R. Gilbert Mr. David Gilbert ’80 Mr. Peter Gillies ’72 Mr. Mark Gingras ’67 Mrs. Mary Ellen Gioco Mrs. Giulio Giuffrida Mr. & Mrs. Wieslaw Glogowski Mr. & Mrs. Eric Goldberg Mr. & Mrs. Emil Gombos Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Gonzalez Mr. & Mrs. Gregory R. Gosselin Mr. Edward Gowac ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Grebasch Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Greenhalgh Mr. Gary Grockowski ’72 Mr. & Mrs. James J. Guerrera Mr. James J. Guerrera, Sr. Mr. Joseph Gugliemino ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Guida Mr. Jonathan Guillen ’91 Ms. Barbara C. Hall Mr. Albert Hamrah Mr. David Hanson Dr. Edward Hardiman Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Harding Mr. & Mrs. Peter Harrington
Mr. & Mrs. Roy Harrington Mr. Jim Harrington Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Harrington Mr. & Mrs. Dale Harris Mr. & Mrs. John Hebert Mr. John Heffernan ’69 Dr. and Mrs. G. Allen Hergott Mr. Jay Paul Hickey ’76 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Hickey Mrs. Joan M. Holley Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Warren Howe, Jr. Mr. Mark O. Hubbard ’67 Mr. David K. Hughes ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Brian W. Humes Hunter’s Ambulance Service Mr. Douglas G. Hunter ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hutton, Jr. Mr. Giosue Improta, ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Improta InCord Mr. & Mrs. Brent Iott Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Izzarelli, Jr. Mr. Charles Jackowski ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Allen Jackson Jackson Chevrolet Mr. John Jarzbek ’70 Mrs. Joan Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Neil F. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Christian Johnson Mr. Michael Johnson ’84 Mr. Eric C. Johnson ’87 Mr. Matthew N. Johnson ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Fred Jones Jozus, Milardo, Thomasson, Maselek & Malicki Mr. & Mrs. Robert Judge Mrs. Deborah Kane Mr. & Mrs. Sandip Kapur Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kasinskas, Sr. Mr. Joseph A. Kask, Jr., ’10 Mr. Kenneth Kearns ’76 Mr. & Mrs. William Keaveney Mr. Timothy Kelly ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Dean Kelsey, ’79 Mr. Walter J. Kendrek ’69 Mr. Brian Kennedy ’78 Mrs. Florence Keszycki Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Keyes Mrs. Lilia Kieltyka Mr. & Mrs. Steven Kieltyka Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. King Mr. & Mrs. William F. Klein, Jr. ’67 Mr. & Mrs. John N. Klein Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Kobak Mr. Todd Kohs ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kokoszka, ’71 Mr. & Mrs. John Kosciuk Mr. & Mrs. Gary Kral Anonymous Dr. Timothy J. Kring ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Albert Krivickas Mr. James A. Krupke ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Kubeck Mr. & Mrs. Jozef Kubiak Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Kycia Mr. Patrick J. Lacy Mr. Vincent N. Lagana ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas L. Laggis, Jr. Mr. David LaMay ’76 Mr. & Mrs. John Lambert Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. LaMonaca Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Lancia, Jr. Mr. Anthony Lancia, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. James C. Lane, Jr. ’91 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Lankton Mrs. Nancy Lanzoni Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lassan Ms. Pamela Lavery Ms. Mary Lawler Mr. & Mrs. Kent Lee Mr. & Mrs. J. David LeGoullon Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lentini Mr. Marc Libero ’86 Liberty Bank Foundation Mr. Salvatore R. Liistro ’01 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Limanni
Mr. & Mrs. Scott Lisle Mrs. Beverly Littlefield and Mr. Edward Hallisey Mr. & Mrs. Peter Loftus Mr. Joseph Lombardo Mrs. Lisa Lombardo Mr. John H. Lucey Mrs. Paula Luna Mr. & Mrs. Roger J. Lussier, Sr. Ms. Katherine Luther Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Lyons, Jr. Mr. Bruce MacDonald ’67 Mr. Robert Magner ’67 Mr. Keith D. Majors ’89 Mr. & Mrs. Carl Manacchio Dr. George Mantikas, D.M.D. Mr. Joseph Marinan Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Marotti Ms. Jessica Marquez Mr. Michael Masselli ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Matterazzo Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Maturo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George L. Mayer Dr. and Mrs. Douglas McAvay Mr. & Mrs. John McCall, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael F. McConville Mr. & Mrs. Thomas McCormack Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. McGuinness Mr. William McKinley ’73 Mr. David McKinley ’74 Mr. & Mrs. George A. McLean V.F. McNeil Insurance Mr. & Mrs. Mark Meadows Mr. & Mrs. William Mekrut, ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Meoli Meriden Hyundai Mr. David Messersmith ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mezzetti Mr. Nicholas Micale ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Michalski Mr. & Mrs. George Michel III Mr. & Mrs. Mark Miela Mrs. Lorraine Milano Mr. & Mrs. John Millana Mr. & Mrs. John J. Miller Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Milne Modern Pastry Shop, Inc. Dr. Arthur Moebius ’73 Mr. & Mrs. William F. Moeller MOS Physical Therapy Mr. John Mooz ’81 Mrs. Grace Mordarski Mr. & Mrs. Richard Moreau Mr. Roger Morin ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Morrissey, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Mortali Mr. & Mrs. Neil Mount Mr. & Mrs. Tod Moynihan Mr. & Mrs. Don Mozzochi Mr. David Murphy ’68 Mr. Thomas Murphy ’68 Mr. Craig Murphy ’82 Mr. & Mrs. John Murrone Mr. & Mrs. David Neal Mr. & Mrs. Donald Neary Mr. & Mrs. Garett Neff Mrs. Rita Nelson Mr. Robert J. Ness ’81 Mr. Philip Nettis ’80 Mr. David Neun ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Olivier Nicaise Mr. & Mrs. Robert Niezgorski Nikita’s Bar & Bistro Mr. Gary Nolan ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Malachy Noone Mr. William H. Novicki ’77 Mr. Michael O’Brien ’99 Mr. Evan O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Frank Olis Mr. Edward J. Opalacz, Sr. The Orchid Florist Mr. & Mrs. James O’Rourke Mr. & Mrs. William F. Ostrum III Mr. John J. Otto ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Pac Mrs. Frances Pac Mr. & Mrs. John R. Paine, Sr. Attorney Russell Palmer ’79
JOIN A GIVING SOCIETY All gifts to Xavier’s Annual Fund Drive (July 1 – June 30) enroll the donor in one of our giving societies. All donors are publicly thanked in our Annual Report and a Mass is said each month in our chapel for the intentions of the benefactors: Xaverian Founders’ Colleagues $25,000 and above
Falcon Circle $1,000 – $1,999
Xaverian Leadership Colleagues $15,000 – $24,999
Xavier Associate $500 – $ 999
Ryken Heritage Council $10,000 – $14,999
St. Joseph Associate $250 – $499
Headmaster’s Council $5,000 – $9,999
Kestrel Sponsor $100 – $249
Principal’s Circle $2,000 – $4,999
Black and White Sponsor less than $100
Participants who give $1000 or more per year (July 1–June 30) are enrolled in the Saint Francis Xavier Society, Xavier’s premier giving society. Members are highlighted on the Xavier High School website as well as in the Annual Report.
Mr. Anastasios Papagiannopoulos and Ms. Elizabeth Wiltsie Mr. Craig A. Parmelee ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Rick Parsons Mr. & Mrs. William Pascale Mrs. Steffie Pasieka Mrs. Geraldine Pastore Mr. Rick Pattavina ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Patterson Mr. & Mrs. Raymond J. Peach Mr. & Mrs. Gene Peckham Mr. Donald Penepent Mr. & Mrs. Harry H. H. Penner, Jr. People’s United Bank Mr. Salvatore Pepitone ’84 Dr. and Mrs. Mark A. Perazella Dr. Adam E. Perrin Ms. Lois M. Perrupato Mr. & Mrs. E. Phillips Mr. Richard Pierpont ’79 Mr. Vernon Pindar ’76 Mr. & Mrs. William Pitruzzello, ’78 Mr. & Mrs. William Planeta Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Pomposi
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Presutti Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Prete Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Prete Price Chopper Tools for Schools Dr. John Pulaski ’70 Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Puzzo Attorney Theodore V. Raczka ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Frank Radomski Mr. & Mrs. Manoj Rahematpura Mr. Chevar A. Rankins, ’06 Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Rankins Mrs. Eleanor Rappa Mr. Jonathan P. Rarey, ’10 Parker S. Reid Mr. Kevin Reiner ’78 Attorney Edward F. Reynolds, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Ricard ’81 Drs. Michael and Brenda Ricard Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Rigali, Jr. Mr. Richard Riordan ’69 Mr. Angelo Rizza Ms. Regina Robak-Creeron Roberts Physical and Aquatic Therapy
Mr. Erik T. Robinson ’82 Mr. Walter Roguski ’71 Mr. John Romano ’99 Mr. Jess Rondini, ’74 Mr. Michael E. Rosano ’71 Mr. John G. Rowland Mr. & Mrs. James Rowley Mr. James Royce ’99 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Royce Mr. & Mrs. Theodore J. Ruder Mr. James J. Rumberger ’83 Mr. & Mrs. James Russo Mrs. Evelyn V. Russo Mrs. Sandra Russo-Driska Mr. Vincent Rutledge ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Ruzicka Mr. Sean Ryan, Jr. ’91 Mr. Paul Rybczyk ’68 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Sabato Mr. & Mrs. Paul Salamone Dr. Michele Salonia Lacey Mr. Guy Santostefano ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Alphonse Santucci Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Satagaj
Mr. Gary Satagaj ’68 Mrs. Joanna L. Scalzo Mr. & Mrs. David Schafrick Mr. & Mrs. Ciro SchianoDiCola Mr. Jeffrey Schmaltz ’71 Mr. Gregory C. Schmidt ’69 Dr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Schmitt, D.M.D. Ms. Elizabeth Scholfield Mr. & Mrs. Alan R. Schumann, Sr. Mr. Matthew A. Schumann ’05 Mr. Thomas J. Seiferman ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Selinsky Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Serra Representative and Mrs. Joseph C. Serra, Sr. Mrs. Dorothy Shea Shear Perfection of Middletown Mrs. Sharon Sheedy Mr. Kevin Sheehy ’82 Mr. & Mrs. D. Scott Shoemaker Mr. Thomas P. Shugrue Mr. & Mrs. Peter Sipples Ms. Barbara C. Skomorowski Mr. & Mrs. John Skorzewski, Sr.
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Jeff Del Favero ’78, Chief Ed Brymer (Ret.) & Atty. Gerri Roberts, and an Anonymous Donor for the Bibles given to incoming freshmen.
Mr. Gary Smith ’76 Mrs. Patricia Smith Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Smith Ms. Elvera Sopkiw Mr. & Mrs. Govindaswamy Soundararajan Mr. & Mrs. Marc L. Sowa ’81 Mr. Jack Spangler Mr. & Mrs. Charles Spellman Mr. & Mrs. James St. Amand St. Mary Church Portland Mr. Stanley Stachura ’68 Mr. & Mrs. David Stannard Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. Stewart Mr. Lawrence Stickel Mr. Thomas Stolarz ’69 Mr. Stephen Strand Mrs. Maureen Strand Attorney Paul K. Sullivan ’83 Mr. & Mrs. James Sullivan Mrs. Lisa M. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Swanson, Sr. Mrs. Deborah Szewczyk Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Tamartino Dr. Paul E. Taylor ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Telford Mr. & Mrs. James M. Therrien Mr. & Mrs. Pasquale Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Thompson Mr. Joseph Timbro ’74 Ms. Edna Tindoy Mr. & Mrs. David M. Tobias, ’82 Mrs. Barbara Tomanelli Mr. Adam J. Tomasiello, ’09 Mr. Al Torizzo ’93 Mr. & Mrs. Felix Trasacco Mr. & Mrs. Fredrick M. Tremalgia ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Trigo Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Turek Mrs. Joan C. Turek Mr. & Mrs. Richard Turelli Mrs. Barbara Turner Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Tyrrell Mr. & Mrs. William S. Unikewicz Mr. Timothy Valk ’69 Reverend Dominic J. Valla Mr. Paul Van Almkerk ’69 Mr. Andrew S. Verderame Ms. Mary E. Vesey Mr. & Mrs. Karl R. Violette Viridian Energy, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Mark N. Vogel Mr. Joseph M. Vozarik ’68 Mr. Anuruddha Walaliyadda and Ms. Paula Clogher Mr. & Mrs. James Warren Mr. & Mrs. Mark P. Watson
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Weber Mr. & Mrs. Chris Weimann Mr. & Mrs. Edward O. Weselcouch, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Lee Wezenski Mrs. Carole Wheeler Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Whelan, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Danny Williams Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Winzer Dr. William J. Witkowski ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Leonard J. Witz Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Wolleben Mr. & Mrs. Steven Wyzykowski Dr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Yeaw ’86 Mr. & Mrs. John Yerganian Mr. John J. Yorio ’79 Ms. Cheryl Yudkin Mr. & Mrs. John Yusza, Jr. Mr. Mark V. Zanelli ’74 Mr. James Zawisa, Jr. ’81 Mrs. Elisabeth Zimmitti
Black and White Sponsor less than
Mr. Norman Abare Mr. & Mrs. Leslie P. Adams, Jr. Mr. Richard W. Adua, ’09 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Aglieco Mr. & Mrs. William Agostinelli Mr. & Mrs. David J. Ahlgren Mrs. Martha Ahlquist Mrs. Helen M. Aiello Mr. & Mrs. Riccardo Airo, ’94 Mrs. Christine C. Algiere Mr. Mark S. Allatin ’05 Mr. & Mrs. Blair Allen Mr. Caesar Altomare Linda Amadeo Mr. & Mrs. Ken Amaral Mr. Brian J. Amend ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Amend American Glass Company, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Anastasio Mr. Steven Anderson ’85 Mrs. June Anderson Mr. Mark Anderson Ms. Jan Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Mark S. Andreucci Mrs. Marilyn Andreucci
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Mr. Christopher M. Andreucci, ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Andrews Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. Annelli ’69 Mr. Edward Annino ’69 Mr. Louis V. Annino Mr. & Mrs. Paolo Antogiovanni, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Applegate Mr. Thomas Aquila Arborview Dental Care Mr. Gregory G. Ardito, ’10 Dr. Matthew Aresco ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Aresco Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Armagno Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Armentano Mr. & Mrs. Richard Armstrong Mr. & Mrs. Alan Armstrong Michael Asetta Mrs. Joyce Astorino Dr. Robert W. Aube, Jr. ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Gino Augeri Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Augeri Mr. & Mrs. David Augeri Mr. David J. Augeri ’77 Mr. & Mrs. John Augeri Mr. & Mrs. Attilio A. Augeri Mr. Walter Augur, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Augustine Mr. & Mrs. Andrew B. Aurigemma Ms. Dianalyn Ausburger Mr. Thomas C. Austin, ’06 Mr. Neil S. Austin Mr. & Mrs. James Bacon, ’81 Mr. & Mrs. C. William Bacon Mr. Salvatore Bafumi ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Carlton W. Bailey Mr. & Mrs. Ivan L. Bailey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Brian Baker Mr. & Mrs. Lane Baker Mr. Frank J. Baldi ’75 Attorney and Mrs. Kenneth Baldwin Mrs. Donna Bankoski Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Bannigan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Baran Mr. & Mrs. Leo Barber Mr. James C. Barket ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Barnes Mr. & Mrs. James Barnes Mr. David Barnes Mr. & Mrs. Edward Barney Mr. John Bartek ’70 Mr. David Bartlett ’73 Mrs. Stephanie Bartner Dr. and Mrs. Michael Baumgaertner Mr. Robert Beal ’67 Mrs. Jacquelyn Beale Mr. & Mrs. Art Bean Mr. & Mrs. Shane Beaty
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Beaulieu Ms. Elaine Beaulieu Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. Beaumont Mr. & Mrs. John Beauregard Mr. & Mrs. James Bechtel Mr. & Mrs. William Becker Mr. & Mrs. Edward Behilo Mr. Duncan J. Belcher ’83 Mr. & Mrs. William Bell Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Bellone, Sr. Mr. Thomas P. Belzek ’87 Mrs. Geraldine M. Bengtson Mr. & Mrs. Gary K. Bennett Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Bennett Mr. Lloyd Benoit Mr. Walter Benson Mr. Jonathan Benton ’95 Mr. Christopher F. Bepko ’04 Mr. & Mrs. David Berger Mr. William Berger Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Bergoderi Mrs. Carol M. Berry Mr. Steven J. Berry ’83 Mr. & Mrs. William L. Bertelli Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Berthasavage Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Biancur Mr. & Mrs. William Biegaj Mr. & Mrs. Michael Biehl Mr. & Mrs. Brian Bielot Mr. & Mrs. James J. Bielot Mrs. Gloria Biestek Mr. & Mrs. William G. Biestek Michael J. Bighinatti Mr. & Mrs. David Bike Mr. & Mrs. Richard Bilides Mr. & Mrs. Gaetano Bimonte, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank Biondello, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Paul Birkmeyer Mr. Randolph Birney ’94 Mr. Scott Bishel Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Bishop, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ronnie L. Bishop Mr. & Mrs. Robert Blade Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Blank Mr. John Blaschik Jr. ’73 Mr. Chester Bloniarz Mr. & Mrs. Don Bochicchio Mrs. Doreen Bockius Mr. Martin J. Bogdan ’75 Ms. Mary Bois Mrs. Irene M. Bombaci Mr. Kevin Bonaiuto ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Bongo Mrs. Karen Bongo Ms. Traci Bongo Mr. John P. Boothroyd ’74 Mr. Michael W. Boraks ’80 Mr. Joseph Bordonaro, Jr. ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bordonaro Mr. Joseph Bordonaro Mr. & Mrs. Michele Borea Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Borent Mr. & Mrs. Troy Bott Mr. Vincent Boucher ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Gerard J. Boucher Ms. Patricia Bourne Bowman Signs Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Boyington Mr. & Mrs. Alexander J. Bozzi Mr. Robert Bradley ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Brady Mr. & Mrs. Allan Braman Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian Branciforte Mr. & Mrs. Charles Brand Mr. David Brandl ’70 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Braun Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. William C. Braychak Mr. Geoffrey Brayton Mr. & Mrs. James Brazel Mr. Armand Breault Mr. & Mrs. Robert Breault Mr. & Mrs. John Bremer Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Brennan Mr. & Mrs. William E. Breuer Mr. Craig Briggs ’80
Mr. John Brighenti Ms. Carol Bright Mr. & Mrs. Hans Brings Mrs. Mildred Broadway Chris Broderick Mr. Donald Broderick Mark D. Broderick Ms. Deborah M. Brodeur Mr. Ryan Brodeur Mr. & Mrs. John Brodzinski Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Brooks, Sr. Mr. William J. Brown ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Allan B. Brown Mr. & Mrs. Robert Brown Mr. & Mrs. Alan P. Brown Mr. Paul Brucker Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bruckerhoff Mr. & Mrs. John A. Bruni Dr. and Mrs. Theodore Bruno Mr. & Mrs. Benedict Bryda Mrs. Emily Bryda Mr. & Mrs. Scott Bryden Mrs. Anna Buccetti Mr. & Mrs. John Buckley Mr. & Mrs. James J. Buckley Mr. & Mrs. John Buckley Mr. Thomas Bukowski ’72 Mr. & Mrs. James Buongirno Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Buono, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James Burke Mr. & Mrs. Richard Burke Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Burkinshaw Mr. & Mrs. John Burns Ms. Joan Burns Mr. Stephen Burns Luc T. Burns Mr. & Mrs. Michael Burns Mr. & Mrs. John Burns Mr. & Mrs. Carl Buschmann Mr. & Mrs. William W. Butcka Mr. Robert Butler Mrs. Suzanne Butler Mrs. Jane Butler Mr. & Mrs. John Byrne Mr. Robert Byrne Mr. & Mrs. Gabriel J. Cabrera Mr. & Mrs. Terrence S. Cahill Mr. Kieran Cahill ’72 Mr. William J. Cahill ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Walter Cahill Mr. & Mrs. William J. Cahill Mr. & Mrs. James Cahill Mr. & Mrs. Gregory F. Cain Mr. & Mrs. Louis A. Calamari ’72 Mrs. Patricia Calatayud Mr. Charlie A. Calatayud ’11 Ms. Leslie Calatayud Ms. Emily Calkins Ms. Janice Calkins Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Callahan II Mr. James Cama ’92 Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. Camarco, ’96 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Cambareri ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Gary Cameron Mr. & Mrs. Bill Campbell Mr. Pietro A. Canetta ’97 Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas J. Cannata Mr. Steven M. Cannata ’76 Mr. Joseph A. Cannata ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Domenico Cannatelli Mr. & Mrs. Michael Canney Mrs. Caroljoyce Cannito Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Cantliffe Mrs. Josephine Cap Mr. & Mrs. Victor Caprio Mr. Arthur Carbo Mr. Carmine Carbone Mr. & Mrs. Peter Carden Mrs. Colleen K. Cardinal Mrs. Anita Cariati Mr. & Mrs. Dominic Carlone, Jr. Mr. Wayne Carlson ’89 Mr. & Mrs. Harold R. Carlson Mr. Matthew B. Carney ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Carpenter Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Carretta
Dr. John T. Carroll ’67 Mr. Joseph Carta II ’99 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Carta Mr. & Mrs. George Carter Mr. & Mrs. Mel P. Cartoceti Mr. & Mrs. John Carusone Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Casanova Mr. & Mrs. Robert Casey Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Casey Mr. Thomas E. Cashman ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Frank L. Cassello Mrs. Marta Castro-Maguder Mr. Joseph Celentano III ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Aqif Celkupa Mrs. Marie Center Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Ceplenski Mrs. Donna L. Cerreta Ms. Lynne Cerrotti Mr. Mark Chadsey ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Chakmakjian Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Chakmakjian Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. Champion Mr. & Mrs. Clifford L. Chapin Mr. Nicolas E. Chapman ’11 Mrs. Barbara Chapman Mr. Thomas F. Charpentier, ’06 Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Charton, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Chase Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Chicoine Mrs. Yvonne Chicoine Mr. & Mrs. James Choquette Mr. & Mrs. Rickey Chowanec Ms. Carol N. Christensen Mr. & Mrs. Erik S. Christensen Mr. & Mrs. Kelly J. Christopher Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ciarcia Mr. & Mrs. Philip Cicio Mr. Christopher R. Clancy, ’07 Mrs. Celia Clapp Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Clarizio Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Clark Mr. & Mrs. Craig Clarkin Mr. & Mrs. Charles Clarkin Mr. Geoffrey Close Mr. Bill Close Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Cobb Mrs. Mary Coburn Mr. Philip J. Cocce, ’10 Mr. & Mrs. James Cocce Mr. & Mrs. Rocco Cocchiola
Mrs. Ann Cocchiola Mrs. Evelyn Cocores Mr. & Mrs. Tyler Coe Mr. & Mrs. Emilio Cofrancesco Mr. & Mrs. Allen Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Colavecchio Mr. & Mrs. Louis D. Colavito Mr. & Mrs. Walter Cole Mr. & Mrs. Edward C. Cole Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Cole Mr. & Mrs. Robert Colegrove Mr. & Mrs. William A. Collier Mr. Brian Xavier Collins ’75 Mr. & Mrs. John T. Collomore, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Comstock Mr. & Mrs. John Conklin Mr. Christopher B. Conley Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Conlin Mr. Paul Conlin Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Connelly Mr. Kevin Connolly Dr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Connolly III Mrs. Thelma Connors Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Conroy Mr. & Mrs. Barry Contois Mr. James J. Coogan ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Cook, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Coppola Mr. & Mrs. John Corcoran Mr. & Mrs. John Corraccio Mrs. Carmella Corraccio Mr. & Mrs. Peter Corriveau Mr. & Mrs. Louis Corte Mr. & Mrs. Mark Corvo ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Cosenza Dr. Michael Costa ’79 Mr. Antone R. Costa, Jr. ’80 Mr. Thomas J. Costello ’93 Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Costello Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cote Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Cotton Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Couden, Jr. Mr. David Coughlin ’78 Mr. Michael J. Coughlin ’89 Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Coughlin Mr. & Mrs. Robert Coutts Mr. Robert Craco ’83 Mrs. Kitty Craemer Mr. & Mrs. Martin F. Crean
Mr. & Mrs. Francis Creddo Mrs. Josephine Creegan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Cremin Ms. Celeste Cremin-Endes Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Cremin-Endes Mr. Steve Crescimanno Mr. & Mrs. Albert Creto Mr. & Mrs. William B. Criscuolo III Mr. & Mrs. William B. Criscuolo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Cross Mr. & Mrs. Michael L. Crowl Mr. & Mrs. Frederick T. Crowley, Jr. Deacon Charles E. Cunniff, Jr. Mr. Kevin Cunningham ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Curello, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Curley Mrs. Carolyn A. Curtis Mr. & Mrs. John Cusack Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Cusano, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Cyr Mr. & Mrs. Gilles Cyr Mr. Anthony Cyrulik ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Czarnecki Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Czerniewski Dainty Rubbish Service, Inc. Mrs. Louise Daley Mr. & Mrs. James Daley Mrs. Ann Dalton Mrs. Patricia R. D’Amato Ms. Mary Ellen Damrau Mr. & Mrs. Walter Damuck Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Danby Mrs. Rosalie T. Danehy Mrs. Sandra D’Angona Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian D. Daniels Mr. Mark Danko ’78 Mrs. Constance D’Aquila Mr. Todd Darch Mr. & Mrs. Keith J. Darin Mr. & Mrs. David Darling, Jr. Mrs. Judith E. Dawe Mrs. Phyllis E. Dawe Ms. Regina Coeli de Winter Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Deag, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Deane Mr. Bryan DeAntonio ’92 Mrs. Eileen DeBiasio Mr. Daniel C. DeConti ’01 Mr. & Mrs. Philip DeConti
To all the volunteers who gave generously of their time to benefit Xavier High School and its students.
Mr. Nicholas P. DeConti, ’07 Mr. Scott DeFilio ’90 Mr. & Mrs. August L. DeFrance Mr. Guy DeFrances ’79 Mr. Daniel DeFrancesco ’03 Mr. Rocco DeFrino Mr. & Mrs. James DeKoeyer, Jr. Mr. Michael A. DelBuono ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. DelBuono Mr. Peter DellaGrotte Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Dellaripa Mrs. Maria DelSesto Mr. & Mrs. James DeLude Ms. June DeMarinis Mrs. Louise DeMatteis Mr. & Mrs. James W. Dennis Mr. Gregg R. D’Eon ’04 Mr. & Mrs. James DeRico III Mrs. Susan DeRing Mr. & Mrs. Peter N. DeRita, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Derrick Mr. & Mrs. William Desmond Mr. & Mrs. Armand C. DeToro Mr. Hugh J. Devaney ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Devins Mrs. Dorothy DeVito Mrs. Norma Dewey Mr. & Mrs. Hamish M. deWilde Mr. & Mrs. Michael DiBella, ’74 Mr. Salvatore DiBella Mr. & Mrs. Alphonse DiBenedetto Mr. Salvatore DiCostanzo Ms. Connie M. Didato Mr. Donato DiLoreto Mr. & Mrs. Lucio DiLoreto Mr. & Mrs. Jack DiMauro Ms. Maria DiMauro Mr. Thomas DiMauro ’80 Mr. John DiMauro ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian DiMauro Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Dion Mr. Gaetano DiPietro and Ms. Christine Palmieri Mr. & Mrs. Andrew J. DiSalvo Mr. Jonathan Dobbin Mr. & Mrs. Carl F. Dobler Ms. Paula V. Dobratz Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Doherty Mr. & Mrs. Donald Doherty Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Dominello, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew C. Dominello, Jr. Mrs. Catherine Donnelly Mr. & Mrs. Arthur M. D’Onofrio Mr. Richard M. Dooley ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Doolittle Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Doolittle Mr. Kevin Doran ’88 Mr. Philip D’Orio ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dornfried, Sr. Mrs. Anne L. D’Orvilliers Ms. Susan dos Santos Mr. Joseph Dovidaitis Mrs. Catherine Dovidaitis Mrs. Dolores Dowe Mr. Michael F. Dowley ’95 Mr. Steven C. Downs ’92 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Doyle Mr. & Mrs. John F. Doyle Mrs. Joan Drabinski Mr. & Mrs. Mark R. Drake Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Draper Mr. Christopher J. Dresko Mr. Michael Drozd ’69 Ms. Ann-Marie Drozd Mr. & Mrs. Aldor Dubois Mr. William R. Duda ’69 Mr. Thomas Duda ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Matthew J. Duda Mr. Jason J. Dudek ’88 Mrs. Evelyn D. Dudley Mr. Richard Duffy ’87 Dr. and Mrs. William Duggan Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. Dumeer Mr. H. Brian Dumeer ’02 Mr. Kevin Dunleavy ’72 Mr. Thomas B. Dunn ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Dunn, Sr. Mrs. Violet Dunn Mr. & Mrs. George Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Dunn Mr. & Mrs. Guy Dupont Mr. & Mrs. Earle Dupuis, Sr. Mrs. Eileen C. Durkin Mr. John Durkin ’77 Mrs. Marybeth Durland Mr. & Mrs. David Durland Mrs. Mary Durland Mr. & Mrs. William E. Durr Mrs. Shirley M. Dwyer Mr. David Dybick ’72 Mr. Leroy Dyer ’77 Mr. Jim Dykas ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Dypa Mr. William Dziatko ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Dziedzic Mr. & Mrs. E. Michael Eagle Mr. & Mrs. John Eason Mr. Robert Eastwood ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Earl W. Ebert Mr. Connor D. Eckels ’11 Mr. Peter Edson ’70 Mrs. Renee J. Edwards Mr. & Mrs. David Egan Mr. Brendan Egan ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Eigner Mr. William A. Elder ’88 Mrs. Verna Ellam Mr. Erik Elligers Mr. & Mrs. Larry D. Elliott Mr. & Mrs. David D. Elliott Mrs. Katherine Ellis Mrs. Judith Ellis Mrs. Judith Ellsworth Mrs. Cheryl Ely-DeCarlo Mr. Salvatore Emanuele ’73 Ms. Susan Emerman Mr. & Mrs. Edward Emerson Mrs. Angelina Emerson Mr. & Mrs. Donald Emory Mrs. Margaret Engel Mr. Keith Englehart ’80 Mr. Charles English ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Epright Mrs. Elaine Erdman Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Etheridge Mr. Robert D. Evans Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Fabian Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Fagan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fagnoni
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Brother Thomas M. Fahey C.F.X. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Falcigno Ms. Angelica L. Falcon Mr. & Mrs. Paul Falcone Mr. & Mrs. James A. Falconer Mr. David Faraci ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Faraci Mr. Bryan M. Farrington ’05 Mr. Kevin D. Farrington ’07 Mr. Barry Fasciano ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Fasciano Mrs. Rose Fazzino Mr. Joseph Fazzino ’98 Mr. Sebastian Fazzino ’81 Mrs. Karen Feeney Mr. & Mrs. John H. Feery Ms. Miriam Felton Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Fennessy Mr. Brendan Fennessy ’03 Mr. Michael J. Feola Mr. Gregg Ferguson ’77 Ms. Janet Ferguson Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Ferraiolo Mr. & Mrs. Louis Ferrara Mr. Eudelio Ferrer and Mrs. Migdalia Gari Mr. & Mrs. John Festa Mr. & Mrs. Robert Fetera Mr. Frank Fiala ’78 Mr. Christopher C. Fialko ’84 Mr. & Mrs. David Field Mr. Daniel N. Field Mr. Angel M. Figueroa, Jr. ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Figura Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Finch Fireside Catholic Publishing First & Last Tavern The Fitness Edge Mr. Christopher Fitzgerald ’76 Mr. Brian Fitzgerald ’99 Dr. and Mrs. Edward P. Fitzpatrick Susie Flannigan Ms. Kathleen M. Fleming Mr. & Mrs. David S. Fletcher Mr. Charles L. Flowers Mrs. Alice Floyd Mr. Daniel Flynn ’87 Mrs. Margarite Fogarty Mr. Michael Foley ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Jae J. Fontanella Mr. & Mrs. Peter Ford Mr. Scott Formica ’95 Mr. & Mrs. John Forneris Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Forte, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. George Fortin Mr. & Mrs. Carl P. Fortuna Mr. Joseph M. Fountain, ’08 Mr. & Mrs. James Fowler Mr. Jeremy D. Fowler ’94 Mr. and Brian J. Fox Ms. Frances Francesco Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Franco Mr. Christopher M. Franco ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Francois Mr. & Mrs. Steven Frank Mr. J. R. Franklin Ms. Teresa Frech Mr. & Mrs. Robert Frederick Mr. Trevor D. Fredericks ’05 Mr. Aaron A. Fredericks, ’06 Mr. & Mrs. Leonard J. Fredericks
Mrs. Mabel French Mr. & Mrs. Craig Frenkel Mr. George Fuller ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Funaro Mr. Mark P. Fusco, ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Fusco Mrs. Clara Gacek Mr. & Mrs. John Gadea Mr. Daniel Gaffney ’89 Mrs. Thomas D. Gagliano, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Gagliano Mr. & Mrs. John Gagliardo Mr. & Mrs. Denis Gagne Mr. Stuart R. Gagnon ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Galeotti Mr. & Mrs. Daniel W. Gallagher Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gallagi Mr. Matthew Galligan ’72 Mr. Jesus Gamutan John D. Ganey Mr. & Mrs. Michael V. Ganey Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gardiner Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Gardinier Mr. Andrew J. Gargano Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gargiulo Mrs. Mary Lou Garofalo Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Garofoli Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Garstka Mrs. Jean Garvey Ms. Susan Gates Mrs. Jo-Ann Gates Ms. Carolyne Gatesy Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian Gattinella Mrs. Margery S. Gaudreau Mr. John Gauthier Mrs. William Gautieri Mr. & Mrs. William Gautieri ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Gavagni Mr. & Mrs. John P. Gawlak Mr. Walter Gayeski, Jr. ’75 Mr. Bruce Gayeski ’71 Mr. John T. Geary, Jr. ’71 Mr. Edward Generous ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Gaetano Gennuso Mr. & Mrs. Peter Gereg Mr. Peter R. Gereg Ms. Joan Ellen Gereg Mr. Matthew T. Gero ’11 Mr. Timothy A. Gerolami ’95 Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian Giacco Mr. & Mrs. John Gianatti Mr. & Mrs. John Giannotti Mrs. Barbara Giannotti Mr. Nicholas Giardina ’82 Mrs. Josephine Giardina Mr. David Gibson ’73 Mr. Thomas T. Gibson II ’02 Mr. Francis J. Gilbert ’74 Mr. John F. Gilbert ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gill Mr. & Mrs. Peter Gill Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gillette Mrs. Ruth Gillis Mr. & Mrs. John Ginty, Sr. Mr. Mario S. Gioco ’77 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Giordano Mr. Spencer T. Giorgio ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Giorgio Mr. Jack R. Girnius ’11 Ms. Maryanne Girolamo Mr. & Mrs. John A. Giuliano
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Mr. Nicholas E. Giuliano ’01 Mrs. Florence M. Giuliano Mr. Ed Glazewski ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Gleeton Mrs. Nancy Glenn Dr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Gniadek Mr. & Mrs. Walter L. Goad, Jr. Mrs. Diane Goffredo Mr. Martin Goldfield Mr. Michael Golia Mr. Thomas Golub ’69 Mr. Paul Golub ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Gordon Mrs. Helen Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Gosselin Mr. Zachary S. Gosselin, ’09 Mr. Philip J. Gosselin ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Howard Gould Mr. & Mrs. Jay A. Gould Mrs. Lorraine A. Gowac Mr. & Mrs. Keith Graham Mr. Nicholas M. Grasso ’05 Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Grasso Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Grasso Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Grasso Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Grasso Mr. & Mrs. James Green Mr. & Mrs. Peter W. Greenbacker Mr. Curtiss Griesing ’82 Mr. Jarod R. Groat ’02 Mr. Andrew Groeper ’00 Mr. Joseph Grzegorski Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Guarino Ms. Jan Guarino-Rhone Mr. Herman Guerette Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Guerra Mr. & Mrs. John M. Guilfoil, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. George A. Guiliano Mr. & Mrs. Philip Guiliano Mr. & Mrs. Juan Guillen Mr. Brian Guilmartin ’70 Mr. David Habersang ’70 Mr. William Hajek ’77 Mr. Raymond Hale ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Dean Hall Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hall Mr. & Mrs. William J. Hall Mr. Benjamin C. Hallas, ’06 Ms. Wendy Halloran Mrs. Maria Halski Mr. Michael N. Hamilton ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Hammeal Mr. & Mrs. Rodney M. Hammel Mrs. Lorraine Hancock Mr. & Mrs. John Hand Mr. Reid Hanford Ms. Nancy Hannen Mr. & Mrs. Dennis J. Hardacker Mr. & Mrs. Justin Harmon Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Harmon Thomas W. Harrington Mrs. Anne Harrington Mrs. Rita Harrington Mr. & Mrs. William Harris Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Hart Sergeant Michael Hassett ’88 Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Hassett Brother Harold Hathaway, C.S.C. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hawley Mr. Richard J. Haydon ’77 Mr. Edward A. Haydon ’75
(Continued) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hayes Mr. & Mrs. John S. Haywood Mr. Matthew Haywood ’04 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Healey Mrs. Helen Heap Mr. & Mrs. Steven Hecimovich Mrs. Eileen Heckart Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Heckler Mr. Dylan L. Heer, ’09 Dr. Mark Hegel ’75 Mr. Robert Heizman Mr. James Henry ’81 Mr. Leonard G. Heroux Jr. ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Ramon Herrera Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Herteux Mr. & Mrs. William Hertler Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Hetherington Mr. E Daniel Hettrich Mr. & Mrs. William Heughins Mr. Shawn W. Hewitt, ’10 Mrs. Barbara Hickey Mrs. Camille Highter Mrs. Eileen Hilsdon Ms. Rachel A. Hinds Mr. Robert K. Hitt Mr. James Hofher ’75 Mr. Patrick Holley ’89 Mr. William Holley ’79 Mr. Sean K. Holmes ’00 Mr. & Mrs. William Holmes Homeroom 203 Ms. Joanne Hooper Mr. & Mrs. Albert M. Hopper Mr. & Mrs. Mark Horvath Mr. William Hosking Mr. & Mrs. Paul Hotchkiss Mr. & Mrs. Larry Houchin Ms. Kristine Howard Mr. & Mrs. Warren Howe III Mr. & Mrs. Paul Hoynack Mrs. Yvonne Hoyt Mr. Afranio Huaman Mr. Jason Hubball ’03 Mr. & Mrs. John A. Hubball Mr. Steven C. Humes, ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Humphreys Mrs. Caroline Hunt Mr. Dale Hunter Ms. Lisa Jo Hurbaugh Mr. & Mrs. Harold Hurlbutt Mr. Daniel A. Hurley III ’70 Mrs. Margaret O. Hurley Dr. and Mrs. Nadeem Hussain Mr. David P. Hydinger Mrs. Susan Hydinger Ms. Gianna Iannucci Mr. & Mrs. Lou Iannucci Mr. Joseph R. Inglis ’86 Mr. Michael Inglis ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Ted Iott The Iverson Family Mrs. Estelle Jackson Mr. & Mrs. Frederick A. Jacobson Mr. William T. Jagoda ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Jahn Mr. & Mrs. Peter Jansak Mr. Gregory J. Jaskot ’00 Mr. Daniel J. Jaskot ’98 Mr. Joseph A. Jaskot ’68 Mr. & Mrs. John L. Jennett Mr. Jason L. Jennett ’05 Mr. Matthew S. Jennett ’09 Dr. Paul Jevelle ’95 Mrs. John J. Jevelle Mr. Michael C. Jillson ’87 Mr. David H. Johnson, Jr. ’11 Mr. Steven Johnson ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Harold Johnson Mr. Tyler D. Johnson, ’09 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Johnson Ms. Gwenn Johnson Mr. Chris M. Johnson ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Jolie ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Jones Mr. & Mrs. Fred Jones
Mr. Kyle E. Jones, ’09 Ms. Maria G. Jones Mr. and Ms. Newell Jones Ms. Donna S. Jones Mr. Brian Jorgensen ’94 Sister Dominic Joseph Mr. & Mrs. Carl N. Josephson Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Joyce Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Joyce Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Julius Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Juran Mr. & Mrs. Morris Kabatznick Mr. Steven R. Kabatznick ’02 Mr. John Kalinowski ’68 Mr. & Mrs. William C. Kalista ’75 Mrs. Kathleen H. Kane Ms. Joan Kane Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Kaplowe, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Clement Kasinskas Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Kavanaugh Mr. Joseph Kay ’84 Mr. & Mrs. James D. Keating Mr. John Keating Mrs. Jacqueline Keech Mrs. Katherine Kehlenbach Mr. Richard J. Keithan ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Keldo Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Kelly Mrs. Lois Kelly Brother James M. Kelly C.F.X. Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Kelly Mr. Mark L. Kelly ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Kelly Mrs. Tracey Kelly Mr. & Mrs. Daniel T. Kelly ’78 Anonymous Mrs. JoAnne Kelly Mr. & Mrs. William Kennedy Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Kennedy Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. Kennedy III Mr. Brian Kennedy ’70 Mr. & Mrs. James Kenney Mr. & Mrs. Francis Kenney Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Kensel Dr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Kerins Mrs. Johanna Kerr Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kessler Ms. Armen Kevorkian Mr. Paul Kieda Mr. & Mrs. Kevin G. Kiely Mr. Patrick W. Kiely ’02 Mr. & Mrs. George Kilberg Mr. & Mrs. William King Ms. Susan Kinsman and Mr. Alan Ponanski Mr. Phillip Kirk, Jr. ’78 Mr. Richard J. Kish Mrs. Tracy J. Kish Ms. Cynthia A. Kisner Mr. & Mrs. John Klaas Mr. & Mrs. Maksymilian Klimas Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Klimas Mr. Jeffrey R. Kmietek, ’09 Mr. & Mrs. James Knell Mrs. Marie Kniejzneski Mr. Michael Knudsen ’96 Ms. Anita Kokoszka Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kokoszka Sean T. Kolb Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Konstantino Mr. Gregory S. Korpita ’69 Mr. & Mrs. John Kosmaczewski Mrs. Dorothy Kowaleski Mr. & Mrs. William C. Kowaleski Mr. Michael P. Kowalski ’11 Mr. Robert M. Kozlowski ’76 Mr. John Kozlowski ’68 Mr. Gary M. Kozlowski ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey H. Kraner Mr. Richard Krekian ’79 Mrs. Valerie Krokulski Mr. Thomas J. Kronenberger ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kronenberger, Sr. Mrs. Violet Krywinski Mr. Thomas Krywinski ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Kulaga
Mr. Michael S. Kurys, ’06 Mr. Victor C. Kwentoh Mr. Victor Kwenton Mr. Joseph Labbadia ’92 Mr. Joseph A. LaBella ’79 Mr. Michael LaBella ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Laccone Mrs. Carol Lacy Mr. Robert Lafreniere ’89 Mr. & Mrs. Albert Lafreniere Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lagace Mr. & Mrs. Lewis M. Lagervall Mr. & Mrs. Steven LaKose Mrs. Theresa Lallier Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. LaMalfa, Jr. ’77 Mrs. Dolores Lambert Mr. & Mrs. S. James Lamore Mr. Anthony J. Lancia III, ’10 Mr. & Mrs. John J. Landers Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Landisi Mr. & Mrs. James C. Lane, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. William Lanza Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Lapadula Mr. & Mrs. Craig LaPlante Mr. Nicholas LaPointe ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Peter LaPointe Mr. & Mrs. Richard Larke Mr. Richard N. Larrivee ’68 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Larson Mrs. Cecelia K. Larson Mr. Charlotte Larson Mr. & Mrs. George Laursen Mr. Daniel Lawler Mr. Bruce Lawrence ’83 Mr. & Mrs. William Lawson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Laydon, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Laydon III Mr. Frank Laz Mr. & Mrs. Ken Lazor Mr. & Mrs. Edward Leahy, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James Warren Leary Mrs. Marie K. Leary Mrs. Doris LeBlanc Mrs. Yvonne M. Ledoux Mr. Ryan R. Lee, ’09 Ms. Kathryn Lee Mr. & Mrs. Richard Leighton Mr. Clement Lelasher ’68 Mrs. Georgette Lemoine Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Lemon Mr. & Mrs. Kevin M. Lenehan, Sr. Mrs. Nancy Lens Mr. Joseph Lentini ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Francis Lentini Mr. Michael G. Leon ’11 Mr. Steven Leon and Ms. Kathryn Gunderson Mr. Anthony W. Leone, ’06 Mr. Keith Leone ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel A. Leone III Mr. & Mrs. Lonni Leroux Mr. Matt Lesser Mr. & Mrs. Richard Y. Levesque Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Lewis Jalen D. Lewis Mr. Donald E. Lewis Mr. Ryan P. Lewis, ’06 Mrs. Minnie Libera Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Liistro Mr. Martin Lilienthal ’87 Mr. Kevin Lillis ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Eric Lindquist
Mr. Thomas Linehan ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Keith Lipker Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Lisitano Mr. John Listorti, Jr. ’84 Mr. John W. Lobb ’77 Mr. Timothy Lockman Mr. & Mrs. Nick Lococo Mr. & Mrs. Vincenzo Lococo Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Loffredo Mr. & Mrs. Rocco Lombardi, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lombardi, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Dario Lombardo Mr. Michael J. Lombardo Jr. ’83 Mr. & Mrs. James Lombardo Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth A. Lonczak Mr. Kevin Loney ’95 Mr. Matthew Longo ’00 Mr. & Mrs. Mark E. Loomis Mrs. Tina M. Loomis Mr. Christopher J. Loprinze ’96 Mrs. Sallie Loughery Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Lowe Mr. Steven Lowe ’71 Mr. David Lowry ’82 Mr. & Mrs. David P. Lucey Mr. & Mrs. Walter Ludwikow Luigi’s Restaurant Mr. Jeremiah Lundgren ’96 Mr. & Mrs. Mario Lupone Mr. JonPierre Lussier Mr. & Mrs. Keith Lyke Ms. Patricia M. Lyman Lyman Orchards Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Lynch IV Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Lynskey Mr. Anthony Lyons ’77
To Dr. & Mrs. Ted Bruno and Mr. Jeffrey Del Favero ’78 for making their homes available for the Xavier Advancement Information Receptions.
Mr. & Mrs. Roderick MacDonald Mr. David W. MacDonald ’97 Mrs. Betty Mackey Mr. & Mrs. Brian W. MacLean Mr. & Mrs. Guy MacPherson Mr. & Mrs. Jan Magdzik Mr. & Mrs. Edward Magnotti Mr. & Mrs. Henry Maguire Mrs. Gay B. Mahder Mr. & Mrs. John T. Maher Mr. & Mrs. John Mahoney Mrs. Nancy Mahony Mr. & Mrs. Jose L. Maisonet Ms. Helen Majewicz Mr. Mark Makuch ’76 Mr. Joseph Makuch ’74 Mr. Gregory Makuch ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Maley Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Mallia Mr. & Mrs. Charles Mallon Mr. Nicholas S. Malz, ’09 Mrs. Anna Malz Mr. & Mrs. Albert Mancarella Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Mancini Mr. & Mrs. Glen Manemeit ’79 Ms. Kathleen Mangan Mr. & Mrs. Douglas K. Manion Mr. & Mrs. Carl F. Manning Mr. & Mrs. Pasquale Manzione Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Manzione Mr. Joseph Marchese ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Marchetti Mrs. Patricia B. Mariano Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Marinaccio Mr. & Mrs. Anthony N. Marinaro, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Gary F. Marino, ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Angelo Marino Mr. Sebastian S. Marino ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Marino Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore J. Marino ’75 Mr. Vincent Marino ’76 Mr. James E. Markham ’99 Mr. & Mrs. William Marks Mr. Robert J. Maron ’67 Mr. Ernest Marquez Mrs. Mary Marrocco Mr. David A. Marrone ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Marrus Mr. Jack Marshall ’67 Mr. & Mrs. James Martinelli Mr. & Mrs. Frank Martone Ms. Jill Martone Mrs. Jo Ann Martone Mrs. Rebecca M. Martorelli Mr. & Mrs. Donald Marx Mr. & Mrs. Michael Marzano Mr. Ronald Maschio ’83 Mr. & Mrs. William Masci Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Mason, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Jon Massaro Mrs. Anna Mastergeorge Mr. & Mrs. James Mathias, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Mathieu Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Mathieu Mr. & Mrs. John D. Matiskella Mr. & Mrs. Victor Matos Ms. Samantha Mattair Mr. Michael C. Matteo ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Louis M. Maturo Mr. Joseph F. Maturo, ’10 Mrs. Philomena Mauro Mr. & Mrs. Leo P. Mazotas Mrs. Anne Mazzola Mr. & Mrs. Mario J. Mazzotta, ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian Mazzotta Mr. & Mrs. Celestino Mazzotta Dr. and Mrs. Gerald V. McAuliffe Mr. Harry McBrien ’73 Mr. Luke T. McCarthy ’11 Mr. Kevin McCarthy ’91 Mr. Brian A. McCarthy ’00 Mr. Edward McCarthy Mr. Thomas McCarthy Mr. Patrick McCarthy ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Walter McCartin Mr. & Mrs. Frank McConville Mr. & Mrs. John McCormack Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. McCormick Mr. Jeff McDaniel ’95
Attorney John McDevitt Mr. John McDonald ’00 Mr. Steven J. McDowell ’73 Mr. Robert W. McGarry ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. McGee Mr. & Mrs. Paul McGinley Mr. Mark McGinley Mr. Thomas C. McGrath ’11 Mr. & Mrs. George McGrath Mr. & Mrs. James A. McGregor Mr. Thomas McGuire Mr. & Mrs. T.J. McGuire III Mr. & Mrs. Gordon McGuire Mr. & Mrs. Houston M. McInvale Mr. & Mrs. William P. McKenna Mr. Kevin J. McKenna and Ms. Diane Fitzgerald Mr. Timothy McKenzie, Jr. ’94 Mr. & Mrs. Walter McKeon Ms. Patricia McKinley Mrs. Janet P. McKone Mr. & Mrs. Steven McLaughlin Mrs. Adelina McLaughlin Mr. & Mrs. Henry McLean Mr. Michael McMahon ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Roger McMahon Mr. Patrick J. McMahon ’71 Mrs. Selma McManus Mr. Michael J. McNamara Mr. & Mrs. Francis M. McNeice Mr. & Mrs. Scott McNeil Mr. Dennis McNeil ’67 Mrs. Annemarie McNulty Mr. & Mrs. Scott T. McNulty Mrs. Marjory McShane Mr. John Meaney Mr. & Mrs. Leo Medernach Ms. Agatha M. Meeker Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Melien Mr. & Mrs. Bradford C. Melius Mr. Michael S. Melluzzo ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Melluzzo Ms. Ruth Mennone Mr. & Mrs. Paul Mennone Mr. Jonathan P. Meoli, ’07 Mr. Robert Mercier ’76 Mr. & Mrs. John B. Meskill Mr. J. Brian Meskill, ’06 Judge and Mrs. Thomas J. Meskill Mr. & Mrs. Fernando Mesquita Mr. & Mrs. John Messersmith Mr. Robert Messore ’89 Ms. Patricia Metzner Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Micale Mr. Bruce Micale ’83 Mr. Joseph Micale ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. Michel Mr. Stephen Mierz ’77 Mr. Robert Mierzejewski ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Milano Mr. Richard Milardo ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Milardo Mr. Robert Milardo ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius Millane, Jr. Mr. Evan J. Miller ’05 Mr. & Mrs. Benedetto Minichino Mr. Daniel Miramant ’70 Mrs. Mary Misenti Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Misenti Mrs. Mariette Moan Monaco Technology Solutions Mr. Joseph Monarca ’67 Mrs. Jacquelyn S. Mongillo Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Montini Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Martin Moore Mr. & Mrs. Peter Moore Mr. John D. Moore ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Alan Moore Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moore Staff Sergeant Michael Moravecek ’96 Mr. & Mrs. James Morelli, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. James Morelli, Sr. Ms. Marisa Morello Atty. and Mrs. Paul A. Morello, Jr., ’72 Mrs. Rosanne Morello Mr. Arthur Morenz Mr. Christian L. Mormile Mr. & Mrs. Gregory J. Morrone
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Annual Fund Drive Giving Societies Mrs. Rose M. Morse Ms. Jamie Morton Mr. & Mrs. Theodore E. Moskey Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Moy Mr. & Mrs. Donald Moynihan Mr. & Mrs. William Muir, Jr. Mr. Ted Mulawka ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Mule, Sr. Mr. Andrew Mule ’93 Mr. & Mrs. John Mulh Mr. & Mrs. Neil Mullin Mr. & Mrs. John T. Mulrain Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Munson Mr. Liam P. Munzenmaier, ’09 Mr. Joseph Muraca, Jr. ’81 Mr. Joseph Murphy ’67 Mr. David Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Sean Murphy ’94 Mr. & Mrs. John Murphy Mr. Russell D. Murphy ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Murrone Mr. Robert Murtha Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Muyano Mr. & Mrs. Julius J. Naczi, Jr. Ms. Paula Nadeau Mr. & Mrs. Michael Nagorski Mr. & Mrs. Richard Napoletano Mr. Francesco Napoletano ’69 Mr. Richard Nardone ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Howard P. Naumann Mr. John Nawrocki ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Azuwuike Ndukwu Mr. & Mrs. Robert Nealon Mrs. Edna Neary Ms. Susan Negrelli Mr. & Mrs. John Negrelli Mr. William Nellis ’76 Mrs. Marjorie Nelson Mr. Gerald Nenninger Mr. & Mrs. David Nenninger Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Neri Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Nesci Mr. & Mrs. Saverio Nesci Mr. John Nettis ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Pat Nettis Ms. Sheila M. Neubieser Mrs. Frances Neun Mrs. Alice Neville Mr. & Mrs. John Nevin Mr. & Mrs. Tony Newbury Mr. Jason Newell Mrs. Valerie F. Newman Mr. George R. Newman ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Newton Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Nichols Mr. & Mrs. Troy Nicholson Mr. & Mrs. Michael N. Nicholson Mr. Eric J. Nielsen, ’07
Mr. & Mrs. Philip W. Nielsen Mr. & Mrs. Peter Niro Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. Nitchman Mr. & Mrs. Louis Nizet Mr. Christopher Nolan ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Nolan Mr. Gary Nork ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Norris Mr. & Mrs. Walter Northrop Mr. Thomas Novak ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Henry Novicki Mr. & Mrs. Benedict Novinski, Sr. Mr. Joseph Nowakowski ’70 Mrs. Margaret Oakes Mr. & Mrs. Russell Oakes Mr. Theodore R. Oberdick, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Andrew T. O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. James O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Dennis M. O’Brien Mr. Thomas O’Brien ’71 Ms. Mary Ann O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. William F. O’Connor, ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Oeschger Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Oeschger Mr. & Mrs. Robert Ogorzalek Mr. Michael C. O’Hara, ’06 Mr. Kevin J. O’Hara, ’08 Mr. & Mrs. George Okoniewski Mr. & Mrs. James Oleksiw Mr. & Mrs. Emil Olis Mr. Stephen J. Olis ’13 Mr. Robert Olson ’80 Mr. Daniel Olver ’76 Dr. Brian O’Neill ’74 Mr. Andrew J. O’Neill Mrs. Elizabeth O’Neill Mr. & Mrs. Regis J. O’Neill Mr. & Mrs. Robert Onofri Mr. & Mrs. Pasquale Onorato Mr. David Oravetz Mr. & Mrs. James O’Rourke Mr. & Mrs. James O’Rourke Mr. James Orr ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Michele Orsini Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Orticelli Mrs. Kathleen M. O’Shea Mr. & Mrs. John R. Oslund Mr. & Mrs. Francis Ossmann Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Ostroski Mr. William Otfinoski ’74 Mr. & Mrs. John Otterbein Mr. & Mrs. Yves Ouellette Mr. & Mrs. Kyle E. Overturf Dr. and Mrs. John Paggioli Mrs. Paula Paige Mr. & Mrs. Peter Palmieri Mr. & Mrs. Ramesh Pandurangan Mr. & Mrs. Philip Pantano Mr. & Mrs. Francis D. Paola
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Papa, Jr. Mr. Michael Papale, Jr., ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred Paradis Mr. Yong Hae Park Mr. & Mrs. Craig Parker Mr. & Mrs. Craig Parmelee Mr. Philip Parodayco Mr. & Mrs. Steven Pasiuk Mr. Dean Passanesi ’70 Ms. Marcia Passavant Mr. Roger Passavant Mr. Joseph Pasternak ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Pastuszak Mr. Wayne Patenaude ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Valentino Pattavina Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Pattavina Mr. Benjamin Patten II ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Gandolfo Patti Mr. & Mrs. Neil Payne Mr. & Mrs. Michael Pear Mr. Brian Pear ’89 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Pearson Mr. & Mrs. Nils Pearson Mr. & Mrs. Gary K. Pechie Mrs. Dawn Peck Mr. Joseph C. Pecoraro ’77 Mr. Albert Peel ’72 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Pekkarinen Mr. & Mrs. Marc L. Pelletier Mr. & Mrs. Michael Pennella Mr. & Mrs. Albert Penney Mr. Eugene Penney Mrs. Joanne Penta Mr. Richard Pepin ’81 Mrs. Marguerite Pepin Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Perazella, Sr. Ms. Mary Perras Mr. & Mrs. Frank Perrelli, Jr. Mr. Kenneth Perrotti ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Frank Perrotti Mr. & Mrs. Doren Perruccio Mr. Michael Perruccio ’92 Mr. & Mrs. Gardner Perry, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Perry Mr. & Mrs. Steve Person Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Peschel Mr. Kevin M. Peters ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Peterson Mr. & Mrs. Terrance Peterson Mr. Devin M. Peterson ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Henri M. Petit Mrs. Jean Petit Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Petruzelo Mrs. Grace Pettinato Mr. Eric M. Phelan ’12 Mrs. Jacklyn Phelan Mr. Kenneth J. Pia III, ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Tony Piacenta Mr. & Mrs. Eric Pias
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Pichnarcik Dr. John F. Pickett Mr. William J. Pieper ’69 Mrs. Elizabeth Pierce Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Pierro Mr. & Mrs. Walter Pietruska Mr. & Mrs. William J. Pilkington Mr. & Mrs. Harry Piner Mr. & Mrs. James Piotrowski Mr. Louis Pitruzzello ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Pitruzzello Mr. Kyle G. Plaskiewicz, ’04 Mr. & Mrs. David Platt Mr. & Mrs. Greg Plochocki Mr. & Mrs. William S. Podgorski Mr. & Mrs. Edward Podolski Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Poirier Mr. Paul Poissant ’75 Mrs. Veronica Pomfret Mr. & Mrs. Richard Pont Mr. & Mrs. Barry Pontolillo Mr. John J. Popielaski Mr. Robert Poten Mr. & Mrs. Charles Powell Dr. James Powers ’69 Mr. Michael H. Pozzetta Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Precourt ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Preece Mr. Mark W. Preisner, ’07 Mr. & Mrs. Waldemar Preisner Mr. Richard Preneta ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Carmine Primiano Mr. & Mrs. Francis Proto Mr. & Mrs. Nelson V. Prue Mr. & Mrs. David J. Pugliese Mr. & Mrs. Peter Purcell Mr. & Mrs. Peter Purcell, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William Pustari Mr. James Pyskaty ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Leonard J. Quartararo Mr. Manuel F. Quintana ’84 Mr. Raymond R. Quintin ’77 Mrs. Jeanine Raby Mr. & Mrs. Harold Racevicius Mr. Frederick A. Radcliffe ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Raffin Mr. Raymond Ragozzino ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Raicik Ms. Joyce Raicik Mr. & Mrs. Eugene M. Rajpolt Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rampone Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Randazzo Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Ranzinger Mr. Kevin S. Rarey ’77 Ms. Joanne Rataic Mrs. Alberta Raup Mr. Jeffrey Raup Mr. Zachary A. Raup ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Rayner, Sr.
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Mr. & Mrs. Robert Raynor Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Redding Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Regan Ms. Sheila Regan Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Reid Ms. Nerecia Reid Mr. & Mrs. Gordon M. Reid Mrs. Mary Reinhart Mr. & Mrs. Jim Reinhart Mr. & Mrs. Michael Reisman Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. James Renna Mr. & Mrs. John Resino Mr. Edward Retallack Mr. & Mrs. Richard Reynolds Mrs. Mildred E. Rhines Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Ricard Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Riloff, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John Riordan Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Riotte Mrs. Maxine Rittman Mr. Donald Rittman, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Luis R. Rivera Mrs. Dorothy Rixon Mr. & Mrs. Gary N. Robbins Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Roberto Mr. & Mrs. Theodore J. Robida Mr. & Mrs. John G. Robinson Mr. Wallace Robley ’73 Mr. & Mrs. Gaetano M. Rocamora Mr. & Mrs. Donald Rochette Ms. Joan Rochette Ms. Ruth Rodriquez Mr. Michael Rogers ’90 Mr. & Mrs. James Rogers Mr. & Mrs. James D. Rogers, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Saverio Romanelli Mr. David Rondeau ’68 Mr. William Rondini ’78 AEC Michael P. Rook, ’81 Mr. & Mrs. William Rosadini, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Rosborough Mr. & Mrs. Robert Roscoe Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Rose Mrs. Nancy Rose Mrs. Mary L. Ross Mrs. Judith A. Ross Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Rossi Mr. & Mrs. Matthew E. Roth Mr. Joseph Rothgery ’94 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rotondo Mr. & Mrs. Roy Rowland Mr. & Mrs. Donald Roy Mr. Gerard J. Roy ’01 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Roy Mr. & Mrs. Ben Roy Mr. Frank Rudini Mr. Vincent M. Ruffino, Jr., ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Ruffo Mr. & Mrs. Philip Russo Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas O. Russo Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. Russo Mr. & Mrs. John Russo Mr. Joseph Russo Mr. Stephen A. Rutan ’76 Mr. William Rutan and Ms. Anna R. Carr Mr. & Mrs. Daniel B. Ryan, Sr. Brother Thomas Ryan C.F.X. Mr. & Mrs. Vincent A. Sacco Mr. & Mrs. Walter Sadowski Mr. & Mrs. James S. Salonia Mr. Michael Salzillo Mr. Michael J. Samek, ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Samek Mr. & Mrs. Peder Samuelson Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Sandulli Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Santangelo, Sr. Mrs. Lorraine Santoni Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Santostefano Mr. John Santostefano ’80 Mr. Albert J. Santostefano ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Saraceno, ’88 Mr. & Mrs. Antonio Saraceno Mr. & Mrs. Nick Saraceno Ms. Dawn E. Satagaj
Mr. & Mrs. John Satagaj Mr. & Mrs. James Savage, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Savo, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Scandura Mr. Michael G. Schaefer ’73 Mr. & Mrs. James Schaff Mrs. Maureen Schappert Mrs. Ellen Schiavone Mrs. Barbara Schiffert Mr. Michael A. Schinas Mr. & Mrs. George Schmaltz Monsignor Gerard G. Schmitz Mr. William D. Schneck, Jr. ’74 Mr. William Schneck Mr. & Mrs. James Schneider, Jr. Kyle J. Schroeder Mr. & Mrs. Paul Schukoske Mr. & Mrs. John A. Schuler Mr. Garrett Schultz ’67 Mr. & Mrs. John Schultz, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Larry Schwartz Mr. John Scott ’68 Mr. & Mrs. James Scott Mr. Christopher M. Seidl ’05 Mr. C. Joseph Seiferman Mr. & Mrs. Nathaniel Selleck Mr. Garrett J. Seminara ’06 Mr. Richard Sena ’82 Mr. Christopher Serra ’99 Mr. Ron Sethre Mrs. Fran Sethre Mr. Matthew Severino ’85 Mr. Edward J. Sharr Mr. Joseph Shaskus ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Shaskus Mr. & Mrs. Edward Sheehan Mr. Kevin Sheehan ’74 Mrs. Marie Sheehan Mr. Jeffrey A. Shew ’05 Ms. Kara Shields Mrs. Beverly Shields Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Shiely Mr. & Mrs. James Shortelle Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Shukis ’75 Mr. Jonathan P. Shukis, ’06 The Shuldman Family Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Shumbo Mr. Edmund Siecienski Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Sienkiewicz Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Sienkiewicz Mr. Joseph Sikora ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Silbo Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Silva Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Simens Mr. & Mrs. Al L. Simeone Mr. Paul Simpson ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell Sinatra Mr. Devon W. Sinni ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Sinni Mrs. Jeanette W. Siscavage Mr. & Mrs. Edward Skiptunas Mrs. Nora Skoczen Mr. & Mrs. Eugene F. Slason III Mr. Stanley Slomkowski Ms. Susan Smialowski Mr. John J. Smialowski ’04 Mr. John Smith ’67 Mr. Colm F. Smith ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Fred Smith Mr. Christopher P. Smith ’99 Mr. & Mrs. Martin J. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Smith Mrs. Mary Ann Smith Mrs. Irene R. Smith Ms. Elizabeth Smith Mrs. Dorothy F. Smoloski Mr. & Mrs. Mark Snyder Mr. William Soboslai ’67 Mrs. Jane Socha Mr. & Mrs. Michael Sokolowski Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Sola Ms. Alice Sopkiw Mr. & Mrs. John R. Sorrentino Mr. & Mrs. George Soucie Mr. & Mrs. John W. Spaeth III Mr. Fred Spallone Mr. & Mrs. William Spangler, Jr. Mrs. Mary Spellman Mr. Richard Spooner
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sprague Mr. Jared A. Stabach ’93 Mrs. Lois F. Stabach Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas J. Stabile, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Stachura, ’75 Mrs. Kathy Stackpole Mr. Edward J. Stankewicz, ’10 Mrs. Joan Stanko Mr. George M. Stanley ’67 Mr. & Mrs. William Stanley Mr. & Mrs. John Stanton Ms. Robin M. Starkel Mr. & Mrs. Jacek Staron Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Staron Ms. Mary Beth Staron Mr. & Mrs. George J. Staszewski Mr. Brendan J. Stavris, ’06 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher M. Steele Mr. & Mrs. David Steele Mr. Alexander Stein ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Steiner Mr. & Mrs. John Stellenwerf Mr. & Mrs. William Stetson Mr. & Mrs. Russell Stevens Mr. Robert Stevens Mr. Andrew H. Stevens, ’04 Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Stevens Mr. Drew Stevenson ’83 Mr. William Stolba ’78 Mr. & Mrs. James A. Storms Mr. Zachary J. Storms ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Stouffer Mrs. Beverly Strand Mr. & Mrs. Christian Strom Mr. & Mrs. John J. Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E. Sullivan Mr. Brandon T. Sullivan, ’10 Mrs. Patricia Sullivan Mr. & Mrs. Philip Surato Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Sutcliffe Mrs. Henrietta Suzio Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Swarney Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Sweeney ’75 Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Sweeney Mr. Richard T. Sweet ’78 Mr. Joseph Swift ’81 Mrs. Maria Swift Mr. Gregory Sylvestro ’81 Mr. & Mrs. John S. Szczygiel Mr. & Mrs. John Szozdowski Mr. Darren G. Taillie ’07 Mr. & Mrs. William Talbot Mr. & Mrs. Arnold Talevi Mr. & Mrs. William C. Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Robert Taylor Mr. Stephen Temelini ’76 Mr. Gregory Tenerowicz ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Frederick J. Terrasi Mr. Adrian Thibodeau ’98 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thompson Mrs. Eleanor Thomson Mr. & Mrs. William Thomson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Thorell, ’81 Mr. & Mrs. William Henry Thorn Ms. Domenique S. Thornton Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Thrasher Mr. & Mrs. James Thurston Mr. & Mrs. Robert N. Tibbetts Mr. & Mrs. Kelly Tierney Mr. & Mrs. Al Tiezzi Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin Tiezzi Mr. & Mrs. Bernardo J. Tiezzi Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Timbro Mr. Joseph Tine ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Tolis Mr. Tony Tomassetti Mr. Guy J. Tommasi, Sr. Ms. Anne Tommasi Mr. John Michael Tommasi ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Tonks Mrs. Helen Toohey Mr. Porfidio Torres, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Torres Mr. John M. Traceski Mr. & Mrs. Peter Trama Mr. & Mrs. William Trapp Mr. & Mrs. Robert Treat
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Mr. & Mrs. Gary Trella Mrs. Elizabeth L. Tremalgia Mr. Robert Tremblay ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Paul N. Tremblay Mr. & Mrs. Victor Triay Mr. Jeffrey P. Triblets ’95 Mrs. Santinia Trigilio Mr. & Mrs. Gino P. Troiano Mr. & Mrs. Gaetano Troiano Mr. & Mrs. Sabatino Troiano Mr. Gino P. Troiano Jr. ’02 Mrs. Joanne Trumbull Mrs. Jeannette A. Turgeon Mr. & Mrs. John Turner Nicolas P. Turner Ms. Earlene Tye Mr. Patrick Tynan ’76 Mr. & Mrs. John Tynan Mr. James Tyrol Mr. & Mrs. Kurt W. Uihlein Mr. Paul E. Ulatowski ’68 Mr. & Mrs. Francis Uliano Mr. & Mrs. Luis Valentin, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Valentino Mr. & Mrs. Robert Valerian Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Valla Mr. & Mrs. Robert Valla Mr. & Mrs. Richard Van Fleet Mr. & Mrs. Richard Van Steenburgen Mr. & Mrs. Brian Vanacore Ms. Diana M. Varese Mr. William Varhue ’82 Mr. & Mrs. John Vartelas Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Veitch Mr. & Mrs. William Velez Mrs. Barbara Vendetti Mr. & Mrs. Mark Verselli Mrs. Tracy A. Vess Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Vibberts Mr. & Mrs. Rakesh Vig Mr. & Mrs. Elmo Villanueva Mr. Keith Vinci ’71 Mr. Frank Violissi, Sr. Mr. Francis Violissi ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Virgadula ’76 Miss Jayne Vitale Mr. David Vitali ’80 Mr. Carl S. Von Dassel ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Vozarik Ms. Brenda Vumbaco Mr. Brendan Wackenreuter ’00 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wade Mr. & Mrs. Wayne E. Walch Mr. John J. Wall ’68 Mr. Kevin Wall ’83
Mr. Charles K. Walsh, ’06 Mr. John Walsh ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Ward Mr. & Mrs. William Ward Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Wargo Mrs. Eileen M. Wargo Mr. & Mrs. Stanley G. Warzecha, Jr. Mr. William Warzecha ’77 Mrs. Judie Waterbury Mr. & Mrs. Richard Way Mr. Edward Wazer Mr. & Mrs. Ray Weaver Raymond A. Weaver Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Wegryn Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Welch Mr. & Mrs. David A. Wells Mr. Michael R. Welsh ’93 Mr. James Weselcouch ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Keith Wesner Mrs. Beatrice Wesner Mr. & Mrs. Ted F. Wethje Mr. John M. Whalen Mr. Francis Whalen Mr. Mark Wheeler ’87 Mr. Elliot J. Whitney ’13 Mrs. Geraldine Whittles Mr. & Mrs. David Whitty Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Wickson Captain and Mrs. Edward Wiegand Mr. Kevin Wiese ’93 Mr. & Mrs. Shane Wilcox Mrs. Sandra Wilcox Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Wiley Mr. & Mrs. Gary E. Wilkins ’75 Mr. & Mrs. John J. Wilkinson, Sr. Mr. Joel P. Williams ’12 Mrs. Kathleen Williams Mr. & Mrs. Matthew W. Williams Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Williams Mr. Robert Williamson Ms. Cathleen L. Williamson Commander Gibson Willis ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Wilson, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. James K. Wilson Mr. Kevin M. Wilson ’81 Mrs. Rachel Wiltsie Mr. Martin W. Winsch ’88 Mr. & Mrs. William Winterer Mr. & Mrs. Craig A. Wishart Mr. Ryan Wishart ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Wislocki Law Office of Richard A. Witt LLC Mr. Paul R. Woche Mr. & Mrs. Carl Wohlmuth Mr. & Mrs. John Wojcicki
Mr. Kyle C. Wolak ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Wood Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. Wood Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Woods Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey D. Woods Reverend Gregory W. Woods ’73 Anonymous Mr. Stephen Woytowich, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Wray Mr. & Mrs. William Wright Mr. & Mrs. Philip Wrzosek Ms. Lucy Wustrack Mrs. Sharron M. Wygonowski Mr. Andrew Wyzykowski Mrs. Laura Hailey-Wyzykowski Xavier Athletic Department Mrs. Jill R. Xiarhos Mr. Thomas Yantosh ’67 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Yantosh Mr. Gregory D. Yashura Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Yates Mr. & Mrs. Alan C. Yeomans Mrs. Karen Yorker Mr. Peter Young Mr. & Mrs. Harold Young Mr. Jeffrey Yudkin Mr. & Mrs. Richard Yuris, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. John Yusza III Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Zablocki Mr. & Mrs. James T. Zafiris Mr. Theodore J. Zafiris, ’04 Mr. & Mrs. John L. Zajac Mr. Marcel S. Zajac ’12 Mrs. Sally Zajac Mr. & Mrs. Stanley G. Zajac Mr. & Mrs. John E. Zaleski Mr. & Mrs. Mark Zampini Mrs. Patricia Zanavich Mr. Daniel Zawacki ’72 Mr. & Mrs. David W. Zawilinski Mrs. Elinor Zdeb Mr. David Zdunczyk ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Zerbe Mr. & Mrs. Johann Zerl Dr. and Mrs. Paul Zimmitti, Sr. Mr. Paul Zimmitti, Jr. ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Ziomek, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Zions Mrs. Jeannette Zissis Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas Zoccoli Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zollinger Ms. Kimberly E. Zordan Mr. & Mrs. John A. Zupan
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ift Opportunities n planned giving: Bequests of any size leave an important legacy to Xavier. Should you desire information on estate planning, tax deductions, asset protection, wealth replacement or planned giving options, contact Michael Tommasi ’67, Director of Advancement, at (860) 347-6079 or email email@example.com. All contributions to Xavier High School are tax deductible to the amount limited by law. n Annual Fund Drive: The purpose of the AFD is to raise revenues to be used for the enhancement of academic, athletic, financial aid, spiritual and extracurricular programs that Xavier would not be able to afford under normal budgetary constraints. The drive is conducted to encourage present parents, parents of alumni, and friends of Xavier to make a contribution. Suggested giving levels are (effective 7/1/10): Xaverian Founders’ Colleagues* ($25,000 and above); Xaverian Leadership Colleagues* ($15,000–$24,999); Ryken Heritage Council* ($10,000–$14,999); Headmaster’s Council* ($5,000–$9,999); Principal’s Circle* ($2,000–$4,999); Falcon Circle* ($1,000–$1,999); Xavier Associate ($500–$999); St. Joseph Associate ($250–$499); Kestrel Sponsor ($100–$249); Black and White Sponsor (less than $100). . *Participants at these levels receive membership in the St. Francis Xavier Society. Pledge payments must be received by the last day of the fiscal year (June 30th) in order to have your name(s) appear in the Annual Report. n Alumni Annual Fund Drive: The purpose of this drive is to raise money that can be used as tuition assistance for deserving Xavier students. Graduates are solicited by direct mail and by phone. Pledges must be fulfilled by June 30 of the calendar year to have your name appear in the Annual Report. n Memorials: A memorial card is sent to the family of the deceased acknowledging your thoughtfulness and generosity. A minimum contribution of $15.00 is suggested. The deceased and his/her family will be remembered in the prayers of the Xaverian Brothers and in special masses offered at Xavier during the year. The deceased and donor will also be listed in the memorial section of the Annual Report. n Restricted Endowment Funds: Numerous funds have been established to honor both living and deceased members of the Xavier community by their families and friends. Interest earned annually from each of these restricted funds is awarded to deserving students in the form of scholarships or financial aid. Contributions to existing funds, or the establishment of new funds, are welcomed and appreciated. Funds which presently exist include: Brother Andre Scholarship Bailey/Horn Scholarship Joseph Bordieri Scholarship The Boyle Family Scholarship Brother Harold Pray Scholarship Brother J. Robert Houlihan, CFX Scholarship Brother Jeremiah Library Fund David Brandt Scholarship Brown/Lawton Scholarship C.J. Carrozzella Scholarship Bryan E. Chvisuk Memorial Scholarship Susan G. Ciganek Scholarship Thomas A. Cloutier, Jr. Scholarship Alex Colombo Memorial Scholarship Douglas Crowell Memorial Scholarship Peter F. Dalton, Jr. Scholarship DesRosier Scholarship Jes Egan Scholarship Richard Feitel Scholarship
Xavier High School — Annual Report 2010–2011
Eleanor and Victor Fontanella Scholarship Christian Furstenburg Scholarship Garrity Scholarship Michael Golia Scholarship Harrington Scholarship Ronald Hary Scholarship Holy Family Scholarship Ingersoll Scholarship The Eric J. Kalber Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. George V. Keithan, Jr. ’81 Scholarship George V. Keithan, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Thomas Killen Scholarship Arthur Kohs Scholarship Mark C. Kojabash Scholarship Korey Lee Scholarship Rosemary Fuentes Loffredo Scholarship Brian Maguire Campus Ministry Endowment Robert Michalski Scholarship
Michael J. Monea Scholarship Emmett Naczi Scholarship William B. Ohmann Scholarship John S. and Cecilia S. Ott Scholarship Joseph S. Pagano Scholarship Perra Scholarship Thomas A. Pierce Scholarship S. John Poppalardo Scholarship Beverly Repich Scholarship Mark Rondo Scholarship Mark Schaefer Memorial Scholarship Michael Schilke Scholarship Michael Schilke Math Scholarship Staff Sgt. Thomas Smith Scholarship St. Mark Scholarship Rosemary T. Strekel Scholarship Jamie Tillona Scholarship William E. Wrang Memorial Scholarship The Xaverian Brothers’ Scholarship The Xavier Alumni Scholarship
Seniors Named National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists
Eldirany, Passavant and Wu Honored…
(L-r): Brother Brian Davis C.F.X, Sherif A. Eldirany , Mason Passavant , Victor Wu, and Principal Mr. Brendan Donohue.
eadmaster Brother Brian Davis C.F.X and Principal Mr. Brendan Donohue announced that Sherif A. Eldirany ’12 of Glastonbury, Mason Passavant ’12 of Middletown/ Durham and Victor Wu ’12 of Durham have been named as National Merit Semifinalists. The announcement was made during an assembly kicking off the annual “Students Helping Students” ad drive. “It seemed to be the perfect setting, as we encouraged our students to be actively involved in helping other students who wish to experience a Xavier education. We are very proud of the individual accomplishment of these three men” said Mr. Donohue.” Approximately 16,000 Semifinalists were named. These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 8,300 Merit Scholarship® awards, worth more than $34 million, that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship award, Semifinalists must advance to the Finalist level of the competition by fulfilling several requirements. About 90 percent of the Semifinalists are expected to attain Finalist standing, and approximately half will earn the Merit Scholar® title. To become a Finalist, a Semifinalist must have an outstanding academic record throughout high school, be endorsed and recommended by the high school principal, and earn SAT scores that confirm the students earlier performance on the qualifying test. The Semifinalist and a high school official must submit a detailed scholarship application, which includes the student’s self-descriptive essay and information about the Semifinalist’s participation and leadership in school and community activities. About 1.5 million juniors in some 22,000 high schools entered the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the 2010 Preliminary sat/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (psat/nmsqt®), which served as an initial screen of program entrants. The nationwide pool of Semifinalists, which represents less than one percent of U.S. high school seniors, includes the highest-scoring entrants in each state. n
Brian Fitzgerald ’99 Takes Soccer Helm at Xavier
irector of Athletics Tony Jaskot ’69 announced in September that Brian Fitzgerald ’99 has been appointed the interim Head Soccer Coach at Xavier High School. “It is with a heavy heart that I must announce that Coach Joe Kedves is stepping down from his position.” Mr. Jaskot continued, “Due to the extremely heavy work load at his company, he explained he would be unable to coach at the level he would expect of himself and the soccer team deserved.” Coach Kedves strongly recommended that his assistant coach, Brian Fitzgerald be appointed to take over the team’s coaching duties. Mr. Jaskot explained that as interim coach, Mr. Fitzgerald will coach the team this year and the positions will be posted at the end of the season. “I’m confident that Coach Fitz will apply for the permanent position at that time” said Mr. Jaskot. Coach Fitzgerald had entered his 5th year as assistant soccer coach at Xavier and said to the team “we’ve had a good start to the year and I don’t plan to make any drastic changes. We are getting the team ready and will continue to work hard to have a successful season.” We are going to take things one day at a time.” The falcons developed into a very competitive team and didn’t give up a goal in the last five games of the regular season. They advanced into the post-season Class LL Soccer Championship series as the #29 seed. The team won in their first game vs #4 South Windsor. But their season came to a close as the team fell 1–0 to #13 Guilford. In a quote from Coach Fitzgerald “I told the guys to keep their heads high. We had a good year.” n
8th Annual Artie Kohs Basketball Classic
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T uesday, uesday, December 27th 5:30 PM Glastonbury vs. East Hart ford 7:15 PM Valley Regional vs. Xavier W ednesday, ednesday, December 28th 5:30 PM Consolation Game 7:15 PM Championship Game All Games Played At Xavier High School
2011 Spring Sports Awards Baseball
Baseball, Crew, Golf, Lacrosse, Outdoor Track & Field, Sailing, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee and Volleyball…
layers, family and friends of the Xavier Spring Sports gathered in the Kohs Gymnasium in June for the teams’ Awards program. Director of Athletics Mr. Tony Jaskot ’69 performed the duties of master of ceremonies. He introduced Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X. for an opening prayer and welcoming remarks. Tony then continued “We are here to honor our players from Baseball, Crew, Golf, Lacrosse, Outdoor Track & Field, Sailing, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee and Volleyball.” Tony then announced each individual Head Coach who presented the Team Special Awards (Pictured are those athletes and coaches who were in attendance with Br. Brian (right) and Principal Donohue (left). Several players and coaches were unavailable due to post season commitments in their sports): Baseball Special Awards presented by Coach Richard Magner ’69
Lacrosse Special Awards presented by Coach Scott Basile
Most Improved Player Award: Matt Burns ’11 (Cheshire) Coaches Award: Alex Biestek ’11 (Middletown)/ Niko Zimmitti ’11 (East Hampton) Highest Batting Average Award: Lou Iannotti ’11 (North Haven) Senior Award: Anthony DiMauro ’11 (Middletown)
Comeback Player Award: Dan Walsh ’11 (Cheshire) Hustle Award: Brandon Reid ’11 (Clinton) Defensive Award: Mike Rotondo ’11 (Glastonbury) Offensive Award: Geoff Bruno ’11 (Durham) Most Improved Award: Trevor Buchas ’11 (Bristol) Coaches Award: Charlie Dupont ’11 (Wallingford) Most Valuable Award: Matt Kycia ’11 (West Hartford) Senior Award: Nick Ford ’11 (Wallingford)
Crew Special Awards presented by Coach Bill Braychak Tennis
Track & Field
Most Improved Award: Colm Smith ’12 (East Hampton) Coaches Award: Tristan Avelis/ Alan “A.J.” Cosenza ’12 (Portland) Most Valuable Award: John Connolly ’11 (Clinton) Senior Award: John Connolly Golf (Unfortunately none of the recipients were able to attend the ceremony) Special Awards presented by Coach Mike Kohs ’84
Most Improved Award: Bryan Stanton ’14 (West Hartford) Most Valuable Award: Geoff Vartelas ’12 (Cromwell) Senior Award: Andrew Faria ’11 (Old Saybrook) Special Plaque: Geoff Vartelas (Double Eagle; Laurel View CC; 4/26/11; Hole #4: Par 5, 539 yards, 3 wood, 2nd shot)
Outdoor Track & Field Special Awards presented by Assistant Coach Geoff Close on behalf of Coach Dave Kraszewski Top Newcomer: Zach Williams ’14 (North Branford) Most Improved: Charlton Ortega ’13 (Ellington) Best in Track: DeAngelo Berry ’13 (Ellington) Most Valuable Award: David Pugliese ’12 (Middletown) Senior Award: Matt Pastuszak ’11 (Kensington)
Sailing Special Awards presented by Coach Paul Hayes & Coach Linda Charpentier Most Improved Award: Eric Woodford ’12 (Westbrook) Coaches Award: David Mazotas ’12 (Marlborough) Most Valuable Award: Matthew Sola ’11 (East Haddam) Senior Award: J. Oliver Neal ’11 (Haddam) Tennis Special Awards presented by Tony Jaskot on behalf of Coach Matt Haywood ’04 Most Improved Award: Ryan Villanueva ’12 (Rocky Hill) Coaches Award: William Loftus ’11 (Madison) Most Valuable Award: Dominic Brzozowski ’11 (Wallingford) Senior Award: J.T. Maher ’11 (Cheshire) Ultimate Frisbee Special Awards presented by Coach Dave Applegate ’98 Most Improved Award: Zac Camner ’13 (Hamden) Spirit of the Game Award: Andrew Moeller ’12 (Northford) Coaches Award: Daniel Quartararo ’11 (Cheshire) Most Valuable Award: Corey Danko ’13 (Middletown) Senior Award: Brendan Lewis ’11 (Hamden) Volleyball Special Awards presented by Coach John Post ’04 Most Improved Award: Greg Woods ’12 (Middletown) Coaches Award: RJ Weir ’11 (Cobalt) Most Valuable Award: Sean Nelson ’11 (East Hampton) Senior Award: Matt Peckham ’11 (Ivoryton) Concluding the general portion of the evening, Principal Brendan Donohue asked the student athletes to reflect on their past season and to thank their coaches, teammates and families for all that they have done to help make each athlete’s accomplishments possible.
(l-r) Gregory Brown, Jason Cain, Kristof Fogarasi, Nathaniel Luther, Principal Brendan Donohue, Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, Samuel Magaziner, Emmett McConville, Robert Peterson and Colm Smith
Eight from Xavier Receive Commendations from National Merit Scholarship Program
t the opening of school Mass in September, Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X. and Principal Mr. Brendan Donohue announced that eight seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program. They are: • Gregory Brown from Durham • Jason Cain from Old Lyme • Kristof Fogarasi from Middletown • Nathaniel Luther from Killingworth • Samuel Magaziner from Essex • Emmett McConville from Madison • Robert Peterson from Guilford • Colm Smith from East Hampton A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, has been presented to these scholastically talented seniors. About 34,000 Commended Students throughout the nation are being recognized
for their exceptional academic promise. Although they will not continue in the 2012 competition for National Merit Scholarships, Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2012 competition by taking the 2010 Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). “Those being named Commended Students have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success,” commented a spokesperson for NMSC. “These students represent a valuable national resource; recognizing their accomplishments, as well as the key role their schools play in their academic development, is vital to the advancement of educational excellence in our nation. We hope that this recognition will help broaden their educational opportunities and encourage them as they continue their pursuit of academic success.” n
S tudents A ccomplishments R ecognized at C eremony
Honor Societies Induction O
ctober 4th Xavier inducted the new members of the National, Language, and Math Honor Societies.
The program with name of all the inductees can be found on the Xavier website (www.xavierhighschool.org) under Academics, Clubs and Activities on any of the pages for each of the Honor Societies. Newly Installed Officers of the National Honor Society Advisor: Miss Jayne A. Vitale President: Emmett F. McConville 1st Vice President: Rowan S. Lucey 2nd Vice President: Victor C. Wu Secretary: Samuel J. Magaziner Treasurer: Alexander M. Kasinskas Archivists: Sherif A. Eldirany, Kristof B. Fogarasi, David J. Pugliese The French Honor Society – La Société Honoraire de Francais Advisor: Mrs. Eileen Wargo President: Jean-Pierre Zreik Vice President: Edouard H. Nicaise Secretary: Jonathan P. Woods Treasurer: Joshua P. Gosselin The Latin Honor Society – Societas Honorum Latinorum Advisor: Br. John Sullivan, C.F.X. President: Samuel J. Magaziner Vice President: Colm F. Smith
The Spanish Honor Society – La Sociedad Honoraria de Español Advisor: Mrs. Heidi Lane President: Ryan T. Bott Vice President: Steven J. Romanelli Secretary: Andrew P. Gonzalez Treasurer: Dylan C. Woods The Math Honor Society – Mu Alpha Theta Advisor: Mr. John Traceski President: Miraj M. Rahematpura Vice President: Sherif A. Eldirany Secretary: Gregory D. Brown Treasurer: George D. Gilbert
Falcon Blast 2011 Welcomes Little Falcons T
he excitement and anticipation for a new school year was evident as the seventh annual Falcon Blast kicked off on August 31st. Falcon Blast is the first day of a two-day orientation for new freshmen. The freshmen (little falcons) paired up with seniors (big falcons) (two or three freshmen with one senior) in what is largely a casual/social atmosphere to welcome them to the school. All were here for the entrance exam. Most were here for Open House last October as 8th graders. Many came here for a shadow day during the last school year to experience what Xavier High School classes are like. Almost half attended summer programs to better prepare them for the demands of high school. But Falcon Blast was different. This was the day that Xavier’s new freshmen officially became part of the class of 2015. Academic Dean
for freshmen Mr David Sizemore introduced Director of Admissions Brother Thomas Fahey, C.F.X. for the official welcoming address. Among the morning speakers was Senior Class and Student Activities Council (SAC) president Ryan Murphy. Among his remarks, Ryan told the little falcons, “Take advantage of everything Xavier has to offer you. The more you participate in, the more fun and excitement you will get.” The seniors gave the little falcons a tour of the building and met with them in small groups throughout the campus. This was followed by a picnic-style lunch and a Field Day portion of the orientation where all joined in outdoor activities (with abundant water stations available), including Ultimate Frisbee, soccer and flag football. The day concluded with an “ice-cream social.”
Introducing Xavier’s New Faculty and Staff
Mr. Brendan Bell ’05 Religion teacher
Mr. Ryan Brodeur Foreign Language Chair, French & Spanish teacher
Mrs. Sandra Clark Library/Media Center staff
Mrs. Allison Donnelly Mathematics teacher
Mr. Timothy Eng English teacher
Mrs. Jane Kennedy Library/Media Center staff
Mr. Robert Kirschmann English & Religion teacher
Mr. Brian Osterhout Physical Education teacher
eadmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X., Principal Mr. Brendan Donahue and the Xavier High School Deans officially welcomed eight new faculty and staff members to the school at the end of August. The new faculty members were engaging in a few days of orientation and preparation for the new school year. Brother Brian pointed out that all six of the faculty members hold Master degrees in their fields and have much to offer their students. Brother Brian said, “We are pleased to welcome six new teachers to our faculty for the coming year: Mr. Brendan Bell, class of 2005, M.A. from Sacred Heart University, who will be teaching religion; Mr. Ryan Brodeur, M.Ed. from Boston College, serving as chairperson of the foreign language department and teaching French and Spanish (Mr. Brodeur previously taught at Xavier from 2005-2007); Mrs. Allison Donnelly, M.S. from Central Connecticut State University, teaching mathematics; Mr. Timothy Eng, M.A.T. from
Sacred Heart University, joining the English department; Mr. Robert Kirschmann, M.A. from Fordham University, joining the English and Religion departments; Mr. Brian Osterhout, M.S. from Southern Connecticut State University, teaching physical education. We also welcome Mrs. Jane Kennedy and Mrs. Sandra Clark to our library/media center staff.” This summer several of the new faculty members also attended a session for new teachers, in Baltimore, presented by the Xaverian Brothers Sponsored Schools Office. The XBSS Teacher Orientation is an annual three-day program which provides an orientation to the Mission, Vision and Values of Xaverian Sponsorship for teachers new to Xaverian education. Through initiation to the history of the Xaverian contribution to Catholic Education and the spirituality of Theodore James Ryken, the founder of the Xaverian Brothers, teachers are challenged to stewardship of this charism in their schools in the future. n
Pieces of a Puzzle A
fter the festive atmosphere of Falcon Blast had subsided, Xavier’s faculty and staff gathered in the St. Joseph dining hall for their annual opening of school retreat. The retreat was reconfigured by the spiritual life committee from an all-day affair to an abbreviated format due to the after-effects of Hurricane Irene. Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X. welcomed all with an opening prayer, giving thanks that the opening of the school year was proceeding well with strong classes of new and returning students. The theme “Finding God in Our Work” was accentuated with an exercise that we had begun during our close of school retreat in June “The Puzzle Piece.” Dean of Faculty Formation Mr. Peter Langevin and Music Director Mr. Chris Dresko re-familiarized all with the activity and added a new twist. Every person received a piece of the puzzle representing the fact that we are each just a small part in the puzzle that makes up Xavier High School. The twist – on the back of each puzzle piece everyone was asked to write or draw something, some characteristic, which they felt they brought to the school. Neatly pieced into the afternoon were personal reflections from seven members of the faculty and staff. As each one made their presentation based on “Finding God in Our Work,” it became evident how each story had its own place in the puzzle that is Xavier High School. The
presenters were: Main Office Administrative Assistant Mrs. Marie Braychak, Social Studies Teacher Mr. James Royce ’99, Academic Dean Mr. Andrew T. Gargano, Math Teacher Mr. Andy Mule ’93, Director of Communications Mr. John Guerin, Math Dept. Chair Mr. John Traceski and Director of Grounds Mr. Michael Schinas. Next the nine groups that had all personalized their puzzle pieces were asked to fit them together. Each group had a representative bring their small puzzle to the Chapel where they were all assembled into a larger photo of the front of Xavier. The completed puzzle representing the talents, characteristics and abilities of the Xavier faculty and staff were then presented as part of the Offertory at the Mass that was the culmination of the afternoon. The celebrant for the Mass was Rev. Jack Rathschmidt, O.F.M Cap., who is in residence at St. Pius X Church in Middletown. This was his first Mass at Xavier. This was also the 50th jubilee as a Capuchin Franciscan. As part of his sermon, he added one more puzzle piece for all of us to ponder, Bamboo. Perhaps we’ll share more of that story at another time. Director of Campus Ministry Mrs. Andrea Hoisl and Principal Mr. Brendan Donohue thanked all who had helped with the program and offered their support to all as the various pieces of the Xavier puzzle are assembled into another successful school year. n
Faculty and staff participated in a teambuilding exercise in the chapel during the opening of school retreat..
As each one made their presentation based on “Finding God in Our Work,” it became evident how each story had its own place in the puzzle that is Mike Schinas, Director of Grounds, offers his reflection.
Xavier High School.
Feb 11, 2012 Xavier’s 20th Annual Auction & Mardi Gras Celebration Featuring
A Taste of Xavier
(Area Restaurants present featured menu items) Food, Beverages & Silent Auction (6 – 7:30) Live Auction (7:45 – 10 p.m.) Tickets available online (starting Dec 1st) www.xavierhighschool.org/auction2012 $40/person in advance - $50/person at the door
September 11, 2011 Remembrances
onday morning 9/12/11, Xavier began the day by expanding it’s morning prayer into a Prayer Service to remember 9/11/01 especially the three members of the Xavier Community who died that day: Peter Gelinas ’86, Mr. J. Bruce Eagleson, P’97, ’00 and Mr. Richard Keane, P’95. Participants in the Prayer Service were: Headmaster Br. Brian Davis, C.F.X., Principal Brendan Donohue, Director of Campus Ministry Mrs. Andrea Hoisl, Peer Ministers Alex Kasinskas and Tim
hree members of the Xavier Community died in the World Trade Center attack on September 11, 2001. The link below each name will take you to more about them. Peter Gelinas Alumnus from the Class of 1986 A broker at Cantor Fitzgerald in the trade center http://www.legacy.com/stevenspointjournal/sept11/ Story.aspx?PersonId=97164
J. Bruce Eagleson Father of Kyle ’97 and Timothy ’00 A vice president at The Westfield Group, a company running retail shops at the World Trade Center, was attending a meeting on the 17th floor of the second tower when the first aircraft hit. http://coded-thoughts.blogspot.com/2006/09/pleaseremember-john-bruce-eagleson.html
Richard Keane Father of Patrick ’95 A senior vice president with Marsh & McLennan, was making a rare trip to Marsh’s World Trade Center office for a meeting on Sept. 11. http://www.legacy.com/sept11/Story.aspx?PersonID=104029
Muyano, Student Activities Council President Ryan Murphy. Academic Dean David Sizemore ’86, a classmate of Peter Gelinas, offered a reflection for the assembly. Director of Music Chris Dresko led the assembly in singing God Bless America. On Sunday at the South Fire District Headquarters on Randolph road in Middletown, Headmaster Brother Brian Davis, C.F.X. participated in the Tenth Anniversary Memorial of the 9/11/01 attacks which included the unveiling of an artifact from the World Trade Center. Brother Brian is the Chaplain for the South Fire District and was asked by Chief Edward Badamo to open the event with a prayer service. Below are excerpts from Br. Brian’s remarks. The other speakers were: Middletown Mayor Sebastian Giuliano ’70, South Fire District Board Chairman David P. Gallitto, President of Firefighters Local 3918 James Mastroianni ’90 and Deputy Chief of Operations Marc Fongemie who also closed the ceremony by playing Amazing Grace on bagpipes. “Most of us have memories of that day, although some of us here are too young. At Xavier High School, our present students were then between four and eight years old, so they may not remember much of 9/11/2001, although I doubt there is anyone who hasn’t seen pictures of the tragedies of the day. Since that day our young people have lived in a world constantly faced with stories of terrorism. As some of you know, my youngest brother Edward was one of the first responders on 9/11 to the World Trade Center, and he is one of the lucky survivors — the only survivor of a team of eight men who responded from his engine company. I remember calling my father to ask where my brother Edward was. We waited until 8:15 that night until we learned that Edward was alive, but we were the fortunate ones. Coming home to Middletown last Sunday I stopped at Sherwood Island in Westport to spend time at the 9/11 memorial there, with the names of all of the Connecticut citizens who died that day. Perhaps some of you know them. One of them is Peter Gelinas, Xavier class of 1986, whom I knew when he was a student. I thought of and prayed for all of those who died in New York, Pennsylvania, and at the Pentagon, and for the families for whom today is such a difficult day, with strong feelings of loss, pain, and perhaps anger. n
“Alumni Helping Future Alumni” To:
My Fellow Alumni
Class Contact Opportunity
n September, the Alumni Executive Committee held the first of our monthly meetings. In that meeting, I outlined several objectives for us to address in the 2011 – 2012 school year. The most critical objective we have before us is the continued promotion of our Class Contact program. I’d like to provide you with information about this program and extend an offer to each of you to become a Class Contact for your graduating class. What does it mean to be a “Class Contact?” We established the Class Contact program with several objectives in mind. Key among them are: • Class Contacts will serve as our key ambassadors to each graduating class; we will ask for their input to the Alumni Executive Committee helping guide the direction of our association • They will help us maintain current contact information with our fellow graduates and their classmates • They will be leaders in their class reunions and in communicating alumni and school news to classmates • They will encourage classmates to contribute to our school.
e ought to be here, to remember,
to pray, to support each other. We pray today for the lost ones and for their families. We pray for all those — living and dead — who devoted their energies helping and saving others. We pray for our military personnel in dangerous places like Iraq and Afghanistan who are on the front lines for us today. And
In short, we are looking to our Class Contacts to help us keep the spirit and tradition of Xavier excellence alive in our graduates; to keep our graduates engaged and supporting our school. Last year, I introduced the phrase, “Alumni Helping Future Alumni”, as the credo for our Alumni Association. In the Class Contact program, we are providing every alumni with a unique opportunity to help deepen their commitment to Xavier and also to directly support our future alumni – the current students of Xavier. Several alums have already volunteered. Why not you? With over 8,000 alumni spanning 44 years of graduating classes, we need key people from each graduating class to help us stay in contact with our alumni. This is something you can do from wherever you live. If you would like to become a Class Contact, please call us at the Xavier Advancement Office (860-347-6079) or through our email address, firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for taking the time to read this note. I look forward to hearing from you and seeing you at Xavier. Sincerely,
we pray for an end to terror, for world peace and respect for all peoples.
Phil Franklin, Class of 1973 President, Xavier Alumni Association
Headmaster Br. Brian Davis, C.F.X.
1980s Class of 1980 Contact: Thomas J. Byrne email@example.com
More Alumni News… You may email your news to your Class Contact as listed or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our Class Contact page on the website under Advancement & Alumni if you would like to be a Class Contact for your graduating class.
R eunion… Working to organize a golfing weekend for the Class of 1967 built around the Xavier Clambake to be held next June. Contact Michael or Fran with your thoughts and ideas. Class of 1967 Contacts: Michael Tommasi, email@example.com or Francis (Fran) Pawlowski firstname.lastname@example.org 505-722-5871
1970s Class of 1970 Contact: Gary Giannelli email@example.com or David W. O’Brien firstname.lastname@example.org
R eunion… 1972 Class Contact needed. No plans announced as of yet. Class of 1973 Contact: Phil Franklin email@example.com We recently heard from John D. Galluzzo ’73 as he prepared to login to our Online Community. John told us “I am a Circuit Court Judge in the 18th
Circuit which encompasses Brevard and Seminole Counties of Florida. I have 4 son’s: Vincent, a patent lawyer living in DC, Joseph, in his third year at the University of Florida, Nicholas, in his third year at the University of Central Florida and Dominick, a Junior at Hagerty High School and Varsity Lacrosse LSM in Oviedo Florida. I was just voted the best judge in Seminole County for 2011. My wife of 29 years Beverly is an Accreditation Specialist with the University of Central Florida Police Department.” Class of 1974 Contact: Carey Hewitt firstname.lastname@example.org Class of 1975 Contact: Thomas Sweeney email@example.com Class of 1976 held their 35th reunion in conjunction with Mercy on September 17th. One alumnus who was unable to attend was Dan Abrahamson ’76. Dr. Abrahamson wrote “I was so disappointed that our 35th Reunion fell on a weekend when I was running a long-scheduled meeting for work. Hope to see some old friends at our 40th.” Dan is now an Assistant Executive Director with the American Psychological Association. He received his BA from Fairleigh Dickinson University and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the State University of New York at Albany.
R eunion… 1977 Class Contact needed. No plans announced as of yet. Class of 1978 Contact: Jeff Del Favero firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Monarca ’85 has been named Vice President of Brand Operations with Edition Hotels. Tim Miller, Managing Director of Edition, said “Michael brings his terrific sense of passion to EDITION and told me he has been waiting to be a part of this team since he heard the word of a potential partnership between Marriott and Ian Schrager in 2008. In those 3 years, Michael has continued to prove himself as a valued leader, resource, and teacher. Scott Geraghty, the General Manager of The Ritz Carlton Central Park, said “Michael is a great guy and will be hugely missed. We are sorry to see him go, but very happy for his continued success.””
We recently heard from Brian Wallace ’86 who told us “in May I traveled to India on a business trip and took a side trip to Goa and visited the final resting place of St Francis Xavier. His remains are on display in a glass and silver coffin in the Basilica of Bom Jesus.”
Reunion… 1987 No plans announced as of yet. Class of 1987 Contacts: Paul Costello email@example.com or Kevin Moravek Kevin.Moravek@lfg.com Class of 1988 Contact: James Truscinski firstname.lastname@example.org
Class of 1986 Contacts: Edward (Ted) Wiegand email@example.com
Paul Tokarz ’91 lives in Marin County, California with his wife Summer and 19 month old son Max. He has worked for the past few years in San Francisco at Esurance’s headquarters as a corporate compliance lawyer after working a few years with a big firm defending large companies in antitrust cases.
or Dan Pickett firstname.lastname@example.org
Reunion… 1982 Class Contact needed. No plans announced as of yet.
Tom Sparks ’86 wrote “After seeing pictures of our 25th class reunion, I’m kicking myself even more for not going, I was planning on going. Since the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11th, I was looking back thinking about Pete Gelinas. It seems I’m getting more sentimental as I get older. I remarried in 2010. I have three children, (22, 21, 16), one grandson (2) and expecting a grand-daughter in December.” Tom is Chief Estimator/Outside Sales for Buckley Associates in Newington, CT. Buckley is a family owned and operated manufacturer, distributor and manufacturer’s representative of quality commercial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning products.
Reunion… 1992 No plans announced as of yet. Class of 1992 Contacts: Joseph Geremia email@example.com or Matt Dunn firstname.lastname@example.org Ian Boccaccio ’94, and the firm he co-founded in 2005 - WTP Advisors, was featured in the Hartford Courant’s Business section this summer. You can read more in our website News archive; just scroll down to our July 18th article.
Class of 1995 Contact: Joseph Lane email@example.com
WMRQ Radio 104.1 morning man “Fisch” hosted the Student Activities Council (SAC) 2011 Battle of the Bands on October 1st. David Fisch is a 1996 graduate of Xavier. Fisch also worked at ESPN for several years, attended Villanova, and was a member of the Xavier swim team. In his senior year, he was a Class LL finalist and finished 2nd in the breaststroke. Fisch is married and has sons Brady 2, and Gavin 6 months. In his bio on the WMRQ website, Fisch says that he is “Most proud of: My Perfect Attendence Award for grades K-12! (Seriously, I never missed a day of school…EVER!).” n
Reunion… 2007 No plans announced as of yet. Class of 2007 Contact: Matt Fahey firstname.lastname@example.org
Another Great Football Season
s we are going to press with this issue, Xavier’s varsity football team has put together another great season. Their record is 9-0 and by the time you are reading this they will have met Middletown High School for the City Championship at Wesleyan University on Thanksgiving morning. We congratulate the team and look forward to telling you about their efforts to defend the Class LL State Championship run in the post season. Date Opponent
9/16/2011 Notre Dame-West Haven 9/24/2011 Foran 9/30/2011 Cheshire 10/6/2011 Amity 10/14/2011 Fairfield Prep 10/21/2011 Shelton 10/28/2011 Hillhouse 11/5/2011 Hamden 11/11/2011 West Haven 11/24/2011 Middletown
R eunion… 1997 No plans announced as of yet. Class of 1997 Contact: Christopher Mashia email@example.com Class year 1999 Contact: Matt Strekel firstname.lastname@example.org
2000s Class of 2000 Contacts: Joe Branciforte email@example.com or Alex Strekel firstname.lastname@example.org Class year 2001 Contact: Michael Nichols email@example.com
R eunion… 2002 No plans announced as of yet. Class of 2002 Contact: Ryan McKinney RMcKinney@studley.com
36 - 7 48 - 0 42 - 20 49 - 7 35 - 0 27 - 0 35 - 7 56 - 7 47 - 22
Win Win Win Win Win Win Win Win Win
Composer and pianist Matthew J. Jaskot ’02 received a Doctorate of Musical Arts in composition from the University of Maryland in May. Matt completed a Master of Music degree from the University of Maryland in 2008 and a Bachelor of the Arts degree from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts in 2006. Class of 2005 Contact: Brent Jacobs firstname.lastname@example.org Nicolas DiMauro ’06 (graduated from Xavier as Nicholas Horvath) earned his degree in Political Science from the College of the Holy Cross in May, 2010. His mother told us that after a brief stay with The Hartford “he accepted a position with Gallagher Benefit Insurance Services, A subsidiary of Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., in Braintree, MA. Nicolas served as an intern at Gallagher during his junior year where he was told that he ‘raised the bar for all interns’.”
In baseball, designated hitter and first baseman David Giglio ’07 was named to the Landmark Conference first-team and received a similar honor a year ago. He finished the season ranked in the top five in eight Landmark Conference statistical categories, including leading the league in RBI (52). He also received third team All-Mid-Atlantic regional honors. In addition, David was honored for his accomplishments in the classroom earning second team Academic All-America honors. David graduated magna cum laude from the University of Scranton in May with a degree in history. He is now attending the Albany School of Law. Nick Cosenza ’08 is the swim team captain and Regimental First Lieutenant at the Coast Guard Academy. In a note to director of Guidance Richard Magner ’68, Nick said “my job is to provide strategic vision for and oversee the freshman professional development and military training. I’m having a good
time with all my friends senior year, but definitely can’t wait to graduate.” Philip Cocce ’10 earned a place on the Fall 2010 Dean’s list, received a leadership award and an academic excellence award freshman year at Newbury College. He was selected to serve as a Resident Assistant this year. Philip is also a pitcher for the Newbury NightHawks Baseball Team. He told us “I had a smooth transition from high school to college and I attribute my success to my Xavier experience and especially to Mr. Cerreta who was a great support system throughout my high school years.” Brian S. Freeland ’10 was named a Presidential Scholar for the spring 2011 semester at Clarkson University. Brian is majoring in Civil Engineering. Presidential Scholars must achieve a minimum 3.80 GPA and carry at least 14 credit hours. Nick Ford ’11 was named the “Player of the Game” for the East All-Star team in the Connecticut High School Lacrosse All-Star game in June. Nick is now attending St Lawrence University in Canton, NY, situated close to the Adirondacks, the St. Lawrence River and Canada.
What’s New? Fall 2011
Have you moved, changed jobs, married, earned a degree, had a baby and not let us know? Well, we’d like to hear from you. Please take a minute to fill out the form below so that we may update our records and let your fellow alumni know how (and where) you are. Mail to: John Guerin, Xavier High School, 181 Randolph Rd., Middletown, CT. 06457. Email: email@example.com. Or call: (860) 347-6079 Name____________________________________________________ Class Year_________ Address____________________________________________________________________ City, State, Zip______________________________________________________________ Phone # Home______________________________ Work___________________________ Email______________________________________________________________________ Employed by________________________________________________________________ Position____________________________________________________________________ College/University attending___________________________________________________ Major/Degree_______________________________________________________________ NEWS_____________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ Signature_ __________________________________________ Date___________________
Howard James Bayley Jr. 69, of Clinton, lost his hard fought battle with cancer and passed away September 21, 2011 at Middlesex Hospital. He was the father of Douglas Bayley ’87, Stephen Bayley ’93 and Louise Bayley ‘89 of Mercy. William “Bill” C. Choquette, Sr., 93, formerly from Bristol, died peacefully on June 15, 2011, at the Maine Veteran’s Home in Scarborough, Maine with his family at his side. He was the grandfather of Rev. David P. Choquette ’90. Thomas A. Cloutier, Sr., 64, of Westbrook, CT, passed away on June 12, 2011at his home surrounded by his loving family and friends after a brief illness. Tom was the father of Kevin Cloutier ‘96 and the late Thomas A. Cloutier, Jr. ’92. Douglas Crowell ’93, 37, of Hinesburg, VT died on September 10, 2011 following a heroic seven month battle with Leukemia. Doug was a vibrant young man who accomplished much in his life. After growing up in Connecticut Douglas Crowell ’93 and graduating from the Yearbook Photo University of Vermont, he went on to obtain a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design. He was President Elect of the Vermont ASLA and his work as a Landscape Architect won several awards. Doug was an avid mountaineer and it was that love of the mountains and snowboarding that ultimately brought him back to Vermont. He was a Veteran of the Army National Guard and served overseas in Kuwait and Iraq in Operation Enduring Freedom. Doug was an amazing father, husband, son, brother and friend. He had a gift for attracting people with his humor, energy and wit. Doug is survived by his wife, Melissa Watts Crowell, his two sons, Brogan and Ethan, his parents, Kenneth and Sandra Crowell of Meriden CT and his sister Kathleen Dougherty and her family.
Edward S. Bogden, 87, of New Britain, entered into eternal rest April 3, 2011. He was the grandfather of Kevin Dean ’13. Elizabeth A. (Deegan) Fillmore, 81, of Middletown and formerly of Rockfall, passed away June 17, 2011, at Middlesex Hospital. She was the mother of Clarence “Skip” L. Fillmore III ’71 and Steven W. Fillmore ’73 and grandmother of Shawn Fillmore ’93. Joy (Cosker) Gainey, 73, of Farmington and Tamarac, FL, died September 29, 2011. She was the mother of Scott Gainey, Xavier’s varsity hockey coach. Chauncey Hardy ’06, 23, of Middletown, died October 9, 2011 in Romania. After graduating from Xavier in 2006, Chauncey went on to Sacred Heart University where he excelled on the basketball court. He was Chauncey Hardy ’06 currently playing professional Yearbook Photo basketball for CSS Giurgiu in southern Romania and throughout Europe. While at Xavier, Chauncey played basketball for three years under Coach Michael Kohs. He was named All-State, All-League and All-County. Chauncey will always be remembered for is infectious smile and as a role model for youth. Frank B. Johnson, Jr., 89, of Middletown, died October 23, 2011 at Middlesex Hospital. He was the father of Philip N. Johnson ’73 and Steven J. Johnson ’78. Frank was the grandfather of David Johnson ’06. Those who wish may send memorial contributions to Mercy High School, 1740 Randolph Rd., Middletown, CT 06457 or to Xavier High School, 181 Randolph Rd., Middletown, CT 06457. Joseph R. Kelly, 81, of Southington, CT. passed away peacefully Oct. 19, 2011 at The Hospital of Central CT in New Britain after a brief illness. He was the grandfather Alex Kelly ’13.
Elaine J. (Gozzo) Kraszewski, 68, of Newington, passed away peacefully, unexpectedly at her home on October 22, 2011. She was the mother of David Kraszewski, Xavier’s Indoor and Outdoor Track Coach. Richard P. Langevin, 80, of Sturbridge died Thursday, Aug.11th, in the Harrington Memorial Hospital, Southbridge, after an illness. He was the grandfather of Peter Langevin, Xavier’s Dean of Faculty Formation. Sebastian “Mike Crane” Marino, 91, of Middletown passed away August 10, 2011 at Middlesex Hospital. He was the father of Lawrence (Larry) Marino ’70. Carolyn A. Meoli, 88, of Branford passed away peacefully September 21, 2011. She was the grandmother of Jonathan Meoli ’07 and Andrew Meoli ’14. Sean Brian O’Donnell, 57, passed away Sept. 9, 2011, after an extended illness that he courageously fought. He was the brother of Matthew O’Donnell ’74, Fr. Mark O’Donnell ’77 of St. Agnes Church, Niantic, and the late Terrence O’Donnell ’71. Kenneth “Kip” Peterson, 59, of Middletown, loving husband to Debra (Kindley) Peterson, passed away peacefully at home on August 20, 2011. Mrs. Peterson was Xavier’s school nurse from 1999 to 2009. Marie Clare Scholand, 71, of Berlin passed away on September 19, 2011. She was the mother of Dr. Andrew Scholand ’85, Dr. Stephen Scholand ’88 and Michael Scholand ’89. Roy Scott passed away in North Carolina on August 21. He was the father of Linda Scott, Administrative Assistant in the Administrative Offices at Xavier. Philip A. Wright Sr. 91, of Wallingford, died September 4, 2011 at his home surrounded by his loving family. He was the grandfather of English and Religion teacher Robert Kirschmann.
SFX Society Blesses Xavier Gifts of $1,000 or more paid during the fiscal year (July 1 – June 30) automatically qualify the donor for membership. The list of members will be published on our website and in our Annual report, usually published in October. Donors may request to be anonymous.
Thank you one and all for your generous support.
2010–2011 Saint Francis Xavier Society Members As of October 31, 2011
Xaverian Founders’ Colleagues $25,000 and above
Falcon Circle $1,000 - $1,999
Saybrook Charitable Trust
Anonymous Mr. Ian Boccaccio ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. Morris Borea Chief Ed Brymer (Ret.) and Attorney Geraldine A. Roberts Anonymous Mr. John P. Custy ‘70 Anonymous Dr. Miklos Fogarasi and Dr. Ildiko Toth Mr. and Mrs. Philip Franklin ’73 Mr. William J. Hannigan ’77 Mr. Lawrence R. Judge ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs. David Lohr Mr. and Mrs. Sean R. Marinan ’80 Mr. and Mrs. John Rajpolt, ’81 Mr. Alexander F. Strekel ’00 Mr. James Truscinski ’88 Mr. and Mrs. William Voelker
Xaverian Leadership Colleagues $15,000 - $24,999
The Ray and Pauline Sullivan Foundation Ryken Heritage Council $10,000 - $14,999
The Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of Norwich Headmaster’s Council $5,000 - $9,999
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Taillie Principal’s Circle $2,000 - $4,999
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Charpentier Mr. John W. Hannen, Jr. ’74 Dr. Stan Opalacz ’72 and Dr. Kayoko Kondo Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Prichard Mr. and Mrs. David Schilke Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Smith ’76
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Xavierâ€™s Legacy Continues At the conclusion of this yearâ€™s Opening of School Mass, the seventeen freshmen whose fathers are alumni of Xavier had a photo taken with Brother Brian, Principal Donohue, and Brother James Boyle. They are: Dylan Beaudoin, Jesse Bonner, Joseph Cambareri, Joseph Celentano, Matthew Daigle, Jon-Patrick Fitch, Thomas Fredericks, Kevin Gautieri, Aaron Ginty, Patrick Goldner, Alexander Jenkins, Anthony Lagana, Paul Marinan, Nicholas Nettis, Patrick Precourt, Colin Wrinn and Jackson Xenelis.