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2011-2012 Annual Report

A H o ly B o l d n e s s Reimagining Our Mission for a Second Century of Excellence


In this report

2 A Strategic Vision for Loyola Academy

4 The Year in Review

12 Fine Arts Initiative

14 The Loyola Community

18 Tuition Assistance Initiative

20 Philanthropy in Action

30 Financial Statement

32 Science Initiative

34 Honor Roll of Donors

48 Aquatic Initiative


The spiriT of st. ignatius Loyola was

alive and well at Loyola Academy in FY12 as we carried on the centuries-old mission of Jesuit education while adapting it for a changing world. One of the greatest gifts of the fiscal year was the opportunity to witness the growth and formation of 2,000 young people from all over Chicago and more than 66 different suburbs. These ramblers represented a rich mosaic of cultures, backgrounds and perspectives. They were entrusted to us at a pivotal point in their development — when they were beginning to ask the big questions about life and starting to ponder their personal identities and who God was calling them to be. Throughout the year, we strove to give these young women and men access to new and enhanced A new beginning: Fr. McGrath joined Loyola’s Ramblers in song learning experiences, from a leading-edge literacy at the Mass of the Holy Spirit as the school year began. The initiative to a new art enrichment program to a Mass of the Holy Spirit has been celebrated at Jesuit high schools redesigned retreat program. each new opportunity for since the first Jesuit school opened its doors in 1548. academic, creative and spiritual growth broadened their perspectives and deepened their capacity for seeing God in all things and discerning the person that God wants them to be. You’ll learn more about these educational enhancements in the Year in Review section of this annual report. Our pursuit of excellence was not limited to Loyola’s ramblers. We introduced a host of spiritual, educational and social programs for the larger Loyola community — from our first-ever Universal Reunion for 500 alumni in five cities on the same night to new faith formation programs for parents and board members. Meanwhile, we were making steady progress on our strategic initiatives. We constructed our most advanced science lab yet — a technological marvel with video microscopes and other 21st-century learning tools. We worked with architects to draw up preliminary plans for a new Fine Arts Center and continued fundraising for a new Aquatic Center to replace our deteriorating, 50-year-old pool. We granted more than $4 million in tuition assistance to make the dream of a Loyola education a reality for families of all income levels. You’ll learn more about these initiatives on pages 12, 18, 32 and 48 of this report and meet some of the generous benefactors who have committed their time and resources to help bring them to fruition. We also continued to map out a guiding vision for Loyola’s future. You’ll find a summary of this vision, which is still under development, on the following page. As you can see, it’s been a busy, productive and exciting year. The vision of st. ignatius is flourishing at Loyola because of your loyalty, enthusiasm, commitment and continued support. Thank you for all that you do! in Christ,

rev. patrick e. McGrath, sJ President

peter J. Broccolo ’74 Board Chair

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our second century

A St ra t eg i c Vi s i o n fo r L o yo l a A c a d e my i n

As our school community celebrated the Academy’s centennial in 2009, our president, Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ, began working closely with the Board of Trustees and other members of the school community to craft a strategic vision for excellence in Loyola’s second century. This strategic visioning process — which began with former president, Rev. Theodore G. Munz, SJ, and is still underway — has provided an invaluable opportunity for our leadership to reflect on Loyola’s roots in the nearly 500-year-old tradition of Jesuit education and to reimagine its mission for a changing world. Over the past 36 months, a guiding vision for Loyola’s future has emerged from this process of reflection, discussion and discernment. Although it is still a work in progress, we feel that the time is right to share the broad brushstrokes of this collective vision with the larger Loyola community.

IntroDUCtIon As LOYOLA enTers iTs seCOnd CenTurY, we are uniquely positioned and resourced to lead the way as the nation’s largest Jesuit, Catholic, college preparatory school committed to forming women and men for others in service to the Church and the world. Our way of proceeding is to live a holy boldness as we seek to do all things for the greater glory of God. The context of our Church and our world demands that we reimagine our mission for our second century as we seek to serve as a living hub and portal for the Ignatian vision and mission. As we reflect on our first century of excellence, we celebrate the extraordinary success of Loyola Academy. in these years, more than 26,000 ramblers have excelled in academics, athletics and cocurricular activities — all lived in a community rooted in our Catholic mission. Our alumni have made creative contributions to commerce, the arts, education and nearly every other realm of human endeavor. Faithful to our Jesuit calling, our recognition of this success moves us to gratitude to God for all that has been accomplished. so too, with ignatius, we are impelled to ask, “What more can we do? What is God calling us to do today?”

To respond to ignatius’ call to do more for the greater Glory of God, we have set forth the following strategic vision and priorities:

the VIsIon TO sTrive TO Be the leading Jesuit college preparatory faith and education center in the nation. To be a diverse and committed community responding to our God-given call to become women and men for others who are religious, intellectually competent, physically fit, loving, open to growth and committed to doing justice.

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of excellence

t h e 21 s t C e n t u r y

the FoUr strAteGIC prIorItIes

to Be Known AnD LoVeD:

Cura Personalis

Cura personalis, a latin phrase that means “care for the person,” is one of the core imperatives of Jesuit education. In the spirit of cura personalis, we seek to design a learning environment that simultaneously supports and challenges our students. Cura personalis also impels us to increase access to a Jesuit education at loyola for young people from every culture and community. to strengthen our tradition of cura personalis, we will: • form all adult members of the school community in our Ignatian, spiritual and Jesuit traditions • enhance our athletic and cocurricular programming and promote the participation of underengaged students • develop a national model for substance-abuse education, care and prevention • maintain fiscally responsible levels of financial aid that meet the needs of deserving students and families • provide necessary supports for minority students and foster the development of a welcoming and challenging school environment

A LeArnInG CommUnIty:

An InspIreD worLDVIew:

A JesUIt hUB:

Jesuit education is distinguished by its bold dialogue with the world and its insistence on critical thought and imagination coming together in action for justice. those formed in this tradition are called to leadership, which puts their gifts and talents at the service of the community to advance the common good. A Jesuit school is called to be a learning community in which students, teachers, parents and alumni are constantly learning and growing. to enhance excellence in Jesuit education through an everdeepening emphasis on learning, we will:

We will establish loyola Academy as the leading Jesuit formation community in the united states by allocating significant resources to the Ignatian development of our Board of trustees, faculty and staff, students, parents and alumni. to deepen the Jesuit formation of loyola Academy community members by providing more opportunities for personal encounters with Jesus christ, we will:

the pace of change has accelerated in the 21st century and the role of technology in our lives has exploded. As we use technology to network with others, we have become more connected, yet less personal and intimate. We have observed that loyola serves as a spiritual, educational and social hub for students, parents and alumni seeking more meaningful connections. to maximize these connections and expand what we offer as a Jesuit, catholic resource for our community, we will:

excellence In Jesuit education

• increase the rigor of our academic curriculum and student assessments • integrate more service experiences into student life • develop a model fine arts curriculum • create a four-year leadership program • continue to integrate technology into the learning process • develop the nation’s most comprehensive Ignatian professional development program

Formation In the Jesuit tradition

• implement a multi-year plan for the formation of our Board of trustees • require all adult employees of loyola Academy to participate in ongoing Ignatian formation events and programs • develop an integrated plan for student formation • launch a curriculum for parent engagement, partnership and faith formation • support our global network of more than 26,000 alumni in their ongoing faith development

In the Church And For the world

• partner with the local church, especially our feeder parishes, to share catholic resources • partner more effectively with our feeder schools • deepen our relationship with loyola university • connect our alumni to loyola and one another through spiritual, social and professional networking events • offer parent faith and education programs • enhance our course offerings on the ethical uses of technology

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in Review


Commencement Day 2012: The culmination of a four-year

journey of faith, scholarship, service and friendship

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ACh sChOOL YeAr at Loyola Academy is a journey of faith and learning — a quest for excellence

in Jesuit education and a response to the call of st. ignatius to do more for the greater glory of God. Throughout the 2011-2012 academic year, we responded to the ignatian imperative to do more for our diverse community of ramblers by moving forward with leading-edge learning initiatives, implementing new academic support programs, expanding our fine arts offerings, launching innovative wellness programs and incorporating new educational technologies to create a 21st century, Jesuit learning environment equipped to meet the challenges of a changing world.

enhancing the Learning experience As we nurtured the hearts and minds of 2,000 ramblers in FY12, Loyola principal Kathryn M. Baal, phd was working diligently behind the scenes to pave the way for a schoolwide literacy initiative designed to increase our students’ fluency in reading and writing and enhance their critical thinking and analytic skills. A new literacy director hired in FY12 will oversee the initiative’s various components, which include a literacy curriculum to help students hone skills such as reading comprehension, inferencing, writing and vocabulary development; a new writing lab in the Academic resource Center; a literacy coaching initiative to help teachers integrate literacy strategies into their classroom instruction; and literacy-related professional development opportunities for faculty members. Our Academic resource Center (ArC) offered a host

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Springtime in Central Europe: Our Dumbach Scholars circumnavigated Central Europe over spring break, accompanied by Loyola art history and art teachers. The Dumbach Scholars Honors Program enriched the learning experience of Loyola’s most gifted and motivated students in FY12 with a humanities-based curriculum featuring seminars in art history, literature and film.

of other academic support programs for ramblers during the fiscal year, including a Chemistry support program, the O’Shaughnessy Program, the Magis program and the Math Lab. in October 2011, the center introduced a new series of Academic Breakfast Workshops offering quick tips on topics such as getting organized, goal setting, test preparation, academic integrity and self-advocacy. ArC staff also developed webpages with learning resources and links to online study and practice materials for a wide variety of disciplines. in november, the center launched a new After-School Academic Program (AsAp) to provide after-school tutoring with a more specific focus for students struggling in certain academic subjects. supervised by our AsAp moderator, Blair doyle, who tracked student progress and communicated with teachers and parents, the program served 100 students during its first year. ninety percent of these students earned higher grades and many struggling ramblers reported a decrease in frustration and increased levels of academic confidence and motivation after their AsAp experience — benefits that did not go unnoticed by Loyola parents. “Your program was a real lifesaver for our son, who needs help to focus and the additional support and structure of the AsAp program to complete his assignments,” one parent noted on a post-program survey. “it was especially helpful for our child, who lacked study skills,” commented another. “please continue this excellent program!”

A Four-year Faith Journey Our Theology curriculum is at the heart of Loyola’s Jesuit mission to form women and men for others who are religious, loving and committed to justice. in FY11, we began revising this curriculum to reflect new guidelines issued by the u.s. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the Archdiocese of Chicago. These revisions require all students to complete eight semesters of theology with a suggested six-semester course of study that presents scripture and Church teachings in the context of a relationship with Jesus Christ. This framework is designed to foster the formation of young women and men who have a deeper relationship with God and play an active role in the life of the Church and society. in Fall 2011, our Theology department rolled out the first year of an expanded, four-year curriculum that incorporates the Bishops’ framework, the Archdiocesan guidelines and the Academy’s own Jesuit mission. This new freshman-year continued on page 9

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IntellIGence rePort

A shortlist of Rambler accomplishments

Act exam Perfect scorers: 3 Advanced Placement scholars with distinction: 4 Advanced Placement scholars with Honors: 10 Advanced Placement scholars: 21 Illinois state scholars: 150 national Achievement scholarship Winner: 1 national Merit scholarship finalists: 3 national Merit special scholarship Winner: 1 national Merit special scholarship candidates: 3 national Merit corporate scholarship Winners: 2 national Merit commended students: 24 national council of teachers of english Award for outstanding Writing Winner: 1 national Honor society Inductees: 76 national latin exam Perfect scorer: 1 Posse scholar: 1


new on the ACADemIC menU Sacramental Journeys: Finding God in All Things A freshman-year, first-semester introduction to the core beliefs, doctrines, rituals and customs of the roman catholic faith

Sacred Stories 1: The Old Testament An introduction to the story and themes of salvation history to give second-semester freshmen a strong foundation in the Hebrew scriptures

Anatomy and Physiology An in-depth study of anatomy and physiology covering the organ systems of the human body

Jazz Lab An introduction to jazz history, performance and improvisational techniques

AP Mandarin Chinese An Advanced Placement chinese language, culture and history course designed to prepare students for the college Board’s AP chinese language and culture exam

New learning technologies for a new millennium: In Fall

2012, 238 Ramblers lined up to claim their iPads, which were distributed to 12 percent of our student population to test the effectiveness of iPads as 21st-century learning tools. This new One-to-One iPad Pilot Program, which was developed in FY12, is being led by Loyola’s new assistant principal for learning and technology and an iTeam consisting of an instructional technologist and eight teachers from a variety of academic disciplines. The pilot is part of a long-term strategic initiative to integrate technology into learning at Loyola.

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AthLetes For others In fy12, our ramblers were a force to be reckoned with in the athletic arena — and a force for good in the larger arena of life. their altruistic acts are too numerous to list here in their entirety, so we’ve featured just a few of the year’s highlights below: the Women’s Soccer Team raised funds for the Free Wheelchair Mission, an international nonprofit that provides wheelchairs for disabled individuals in developing countries. our Men’s and Women’s Hockey Teams spent an afternoon skating, leading team-building exercises, eating pizza and sharing a lot of laughs with young chicago Housing Authority residents. the event was sponsored by 1World Sports, a nonprofit that promotes positive life values through sports.

the year’s top Athletic Achievements More than 1,400 Ramblers participated in 34 different sports and played on 80 different teams in fy12, developing self-discipline and leadership abilities, as well as the habit of physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. some of the year’s shining moments in athletics are listed below:

men’s hIGhLIGhts Cross-Country — ccl champions Football — IHsA 8A runners-up, ranking #2 in Illinois with a record-setting 13-win season, ccl Blue champions Golf — IHsA 3A third in state Lacrosse — IHslA state champions Swimming and Diving — seventh in state in swimming, second in state in diving, five team records, five All-Americans, 100 Butterfly state champion, fifth in the 400 free relay, sixth in the Medley relay Tennis — ccl champions for the 15th consecutive year Volleyball — IHsA regional champions Water Polo — IHsA state runners-up, ranking #2 in Illinois

women’s hIGhLIGhts Basketball — IHsA regional champions, IHsA sectional champions, IHsA super sectional champions, fourth in state Cross-Country — GcAc champions Field Hockey — IHsfHA third in state Golf — IHsA sectional champions Lacrosse — IHsWlA state champions Soccer — GcAc champions, GcAc soccer Player of the year, IHsA regional champions Softball — GcAc champions, IHsA regional champions Swimming and Diving — IHsA fourth in state, six All-state performers, three team records, McAc conference champions Tennis — GcAc champions Track and Field — GcAc champions Volleyball — IHsA regional champions

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Freshman Baseball Team members dedicated some of their spring break downtime to the Northfield Township Food Pantry, where they unpacked boxes of food and restocked the pantry’s shelves. the Men’s Varsity Basketball Team hosted the second annual War on the Shore basketball competition to raise funds for the Danny Did Foundation, a nonprofit that raises awareness and funds to prevent sudden unexplained death in epilepsy. the foundation is named in memory of danny stanton, who died from a seizure at the age of four. the event raised $2,000 to purchase seizure monitors for families in need. Varsity football player Robert Delaney ’12 received the Chicago Bears Award for Community Service in february. delaney is a founder and volunteer for Athletes to the Respite, a group that engages children with special needs in recreational and athletic activities. A loyola summer service participant, delaney has also volunteered at urban outreach and the choices café.


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curriculum consists of two courses: Sacramental Journeys: Finding God in All Things and Sacred Stories 1: The Old Testament (see course descriptions on page 7). The Theology Curriculum Team spent the remainder of the year developing sophomore-year course content for an FY13 rollout. Junior and senior courses will complete the rollout in FY14 and FY15.

Lunchtime Fitness To balance the brain workouts our ramblers get in the classroom, Loyola’s physical education department developed a new Lunchtime Intramural Program to incorporate more physical activity into the school day. The program, which was launched in Fall 2012, offers activities such as yoga, kickball, volleyball and badminton in a friendly, noncompetitive environment. “This is a great opportunity for students of all athletic abilities to get their heart rates up, blow off some steam and have some fun,” says physical education Chair stanley Breitzman. “We believe that every student in our school community can benefit physically, mentally and socially from having more access to movement opportunities.” This gentle nudge to “get a move on” after a morning of learning gives new meaning to the phrase, “Go ramblers!”

transforming science Instruction While Loyola’s gift officers continued to seek support for our Science Initiative (see page 32 for details), a quiet revolution was taking place in science teaching and learning at Loyola. in anticipation of the summer 2012 construction of Loyola’s first high-tech science laboratory — equipped with closed-circuit television, video capabilities, video microscopes, smartboards and tablet computers for computer-driven labs connected by the internet — our science department was laying the groundwork for the introduction of a radical new instructional paradigm: the flipped classroom. With this model of instruction, teachers record live

Fitness break: To incorporate more physical activity into the

school day, Loyola’s Physical Education Department developed a new Lunchtime Intramural Program in FY12. lectures and post them online. students watch the recorded lectures as homework and then apply the lesson with the teacher in the laboratory or classroom. The teacher’s role changes from content presenter to learning coach — and instructors spend more time interacting with their students, answering questions, working with small groups and guiding each student’s learning experience. students collaborate and learn from one another, rather than relying on the teacher as their sole source of information. This approach also frees up more time to engage in inquiry-based learning and conduct in-depth experiments. “This was a big step for our science program,” says interim science Chair steve Lowe. “We’re utilizing the latest learning technologies and the latest research on best practices in science education to prepare today’s ramblers to lead in the sciences in the 21st century.”

opening Doors to Creative expression As planning and fundraising for the Fine Arts Initiative continued, preliminary architectural designs brought the vision of a flourishing center for the fine and performing arts at Loyola into sharper focus (see page 12 for details). While reporting on the initiative’s progress at a February 2012 continued on page 10

When the heart is touched by direct service experiences, the mind is challenged to change:

In Summer 2012, 250 Ramblers reached out to help people in need as they participated in 22 summer service and immersion experiences in the U.S.,

Guatemala, Nicaragua and East Africa.

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Exploring the Arts — from Hip Hop to Photoshop: During Fine Arts Day in January, students sampled a wide

variety of creative pursuits, including figurative sculpture, African dance, blues music, graphic design, guitar, hip hop music, Photoshop, 3D design, watercolor painting and even Capoeira (a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance and music). This introduction to all things artistic was hosted by our Fine Arts Department to bring more art into the lives of Loyola’s Ramblers.

meeting of the Board of Trustees, Fr. McGrath noted, “The goal of our Fine Arts initiative is to change the culture of the school by increasing every rambler’s exposure to the arts.” in anticipation of this eagerly awaited capital enhancement, our Fine Arts department continued to expand its arts programming with the establishment of the Br. James E. Small, SJ Arts Guild. Made possible by a major gift from Loyola parents Therese and James Fauerbach, the guild is an art appreciation program for artists and nonartists alike. Through participation in art events, activities and workshops, members of the guild will gain an understanding of the theory and practice of individual art forms, develop critiquing skills that will enable them to see the themes embedded within the arts and find meaning in art by learning about the interconnectedness of all art forms and the connection of art to their own lives. named in honor of Loyola’s own resident artist, Br. small, the program was developed in FY12 for an FY13 launch.

FACULty DeVeLopment AnD FormAtIon

Investing In our Ignatian educators In fy12, we supported our faculty and staff as they pursued a wide variety of growth opportunities. our educators returned to loyola invigorated and illuminated by their experiences and eager to share their new knowledge, skills and insights with students and colleagues. following are some highlights from their year of education and enlightenment:

english and history faculty attended “America Imagined,” a conference focusing on ways to integrate American history with literature and art, as part of their curriculum development for a new dumbach scholars American studies course.

Math faculty attended a workshop to prepare for the fy13 integration of Kagan cooperative learning strategies into classroom instruction.

french instructors attended a workshop on french-speaking Africa.

english faculty attended the International reading Association conference and participated in literacy coaching sessions at the national council of teachers of english conference.

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college counselors visited 42 colleges and universities to gather information for college-bound ramblers and attended national college counseling conferences in Pennsylvania and new orleans.

Forming master Ignatian educators: To foster the development of Ignatian faculty leaders committed to pursuing more in their respective fields and in their daily lives, administrators spent the year mapping out our new Canisius Program. The holistic, eight-year enhanced • Guidance staff visited compensation program is named for St. Peter Canisius, SJ (1521-1597), northbrook’s compass Health a Jesuit educator who serves as a role model for academic integrity, center to learn about the center’s adolescent psychiatric care programs leadership, creativity, originality, intellectual competence and love of God. Faculty members who successfully complete the program will and necessary supports for teens returning to school after psychiatric qualify for a significant increase in compensation. treatment.

Guidance counselors attended workshops on effective socialemotional supports for students, how to support parents of adolescents who are struggling with anxiety, head injuries in a school setting, teen online safety and the use of technology in counseling programs.

department chairs and faculty

members attended Principal Kathryn M. Baal’s workshop on the design of effective assessments of student performance and learning.

eight faculty members attended an Apple workshop to prepare for the fy13 launch of our oneto-one iPad Pilot Program.

Vice President for Ministry and Mission Gary A. Marando directed a series of spirituality offerings for faculty and staff, including retreats, monthly “soup and substance” evenings featuring Ignatian readings and quarterly “Ignatian evening” Mass and dinner events.


CoCUrrICULAr CLUBs AnD ACtIVItIes

enrichment After the Bell A Deeper spiritual experience For Loyola’s ramblers in his second year as vice president for ministry and mission, Gary A. Marando continued his extensive review of all facets of faith formation at Loyola. After rolling out a revamped retreat program that offered more opportunities for ignatian and faith-based reflection in Fall 2011, he embarked on a yearlong review of the Academy’s service programs in preparation for a program redesign in FY13. Between the retreat roll-out, the service program review and preliminary planning for a host of other programmatic enhancements, Marando moved Loyola’s Campus Ministry department to a much larger space with offices for six campus ministers, a chaplain and support staff; a meeting room for up to 60 students; a conference room; a reception area; and a kitchen for Campus Ministry lunches with Loyola’s ramblers. “it was clear to me that we needed more room to continue to fulfill our mission as the largest and most active Jesuit high school Campus Ministry program in the u.s.,” says Marando. “This move was part of a larger plan to give our growing Campus Ministry department a more central presence in the life of the school.”

Caring For the whole person in the Jesuit tradition of caring for the whole person, our Guidance department expanded and enhanced its health and wellness programming in FY12. To educate freshmen about the negative consequences of alcohol use, the department incorporated AlcoholEdu — an online alcohol education and prevention course — into its Formation curriculum. in a post-course survey, 94 percent of these freshmen responded that the course prepared them to identify when an individual has consumed too much alcohol and 84 percent responded that the course prepared them to stop a friend from driving drunk. The department also expanded its partnership with Erasing the Distance, a nonprofit with a mission to use the power of performance to disarm stigma, spark dialogue, educate and promote healing surrounding issues of mental health. “erasing the distance hires professional actors to perform scenes based on true stories about people who have been affected by mental illness,” explains Guidance Chair nicole McKendry. “After the performance, a mental health professional facilitates a dialogue with the students to help them process what they’ve seen. We offered this program for freshmen in the past and discovered that it was such an effective way to spark a conversation with students about mental health issues that we decided to incorporate it into all four years of our Formation curriculum.”

our well-rounded ramblers participated in 73 different cocurricular activities, developing new skills, discovering new talents, broadening their perspectives, reaching out to help others and enjoying the camaraderie and companionship of a likeminded circle of friends. following are some highlights from a year of cocurricular exploration, enrichment, service and achievement: Amnesty International Club member Gavin sullivan ’13 submitted a winning essay to the dalai lama essay contest, sponsored by chicago’s tIBetcenter to encourage Illinois 11th graders to think deeply about the importance of promoting nonviolence. the rambler read his essay to the dalai lama and an audience of 3,000 at loyola university. the Varsity Scholastic Bowl Team ranked second in Illinois and eighth in the nation at the national Academic Quiz High school championship tournament in Atlanta, which showcased the intellectual savvy of the top quiz bowl teams in the u.s. and abroad. the Varsity Junior Engineering Technical Society (Jets) took second place at the technology student Association’s teAMs competition, which challenges students to work collaboratively and use their creativity and critical thinking skills to solve realworld engineering challenges. Junior Student Council members collected dresses for the Glass slipper Project, a nonprofit that provides free prom dresses and accessories for low-income students. Members of the Equestrian Club made friendship bracelets for children with chronic illnesses and sent the bracelets to hospitals throughout the u.s.

new on the CoCUrrICULAr menU Boom Sweet Sports Magazine Club An opportunity for aspiring editors to produce a quarterly magazine of rambler sports highlights Cupcake Club A crew of dessert lovers dedicated to the creation of the consummate cupcake, with bake sale profits donated to the school’s Missions collection Leaders Without Limits Club A club for students interested in developing leadership skills and learning more about effective leadership

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Creating a vibrant center for the fine and performing arts

FIne Arts InItIAtIVe

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st. ignAtius beLieved in the power of the human imagination. in the 17th and 18th centuries, Jesuit schools were flourishing artistic centers, encouraging young people to explore the world’s diverse cultures, the beauty of nature and the presence of god in all things through the study of painting, sculpture, architecture, dance, theater and poetry. Loyola Academy has carried this time-honored Jesuit tradition into the 21st century with one of the most comprehensive high school fine arts programs in the nation. now, we are taking the arts to a new level through the Loyola Academy Fine Arts Initiative. this exciting capital enhancement project will give our ramblers the facilities they need to grow as artists and


as people; cultivate important traits such as discipline, diligence, humility and persistence; and develop their god-given talents through creative expression.

sCope oF proJeCt A comprehensive fine arts facility with a performing arts center; music, dance and art studios; and state-of-the-art technologies such as Mac computers, a Midi lab for electronic audio production and a cAd (computer-aided design) lab to facilitate our ramblers’ creative endeavors.

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Whenever we attend a school concert, play, dance performance or art exhibition, we are awed by the diverse talent among the students at Loyola. The arts contribute so much to the well-rounded development of our Ramblers — from building self-confidence to opening up new avenues for social interaction and self-expression. This opportunity for creative exploration differentiates our school and enriches our students as future innovators. We feel privileged to support programming that encourages this level of personal growth.

Nurturing creativity

Therese and James Fauerbach Loyola parents Br. James E. Small, SJ Arts Guild supporters

For more information about the Loyola Academy Fine Arts Initiative, please contact Vice President for Advancement Bob Miller at 847.920.2428 or bmiller@loy.org.

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A rich and reflective faith journey: Loyola parents gained a deeper

understanding of the Catholic faith, came to know and love God more deeply and experienced how St. Ignatius prayed during a new Parent Faith Formation Program led by Theology teacher Scott Myslinski. These six-week faith and theology programs offered in the fall, winter and spring have already gained a loyal following in our parent community.

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rue TO iTs MissiOn, Loyola Academy is more than an outstanding Jesuit, college preparatory institution.

in the words of Fr. McGrath, it is “a Jesuit hub for faith, education and networking — a living, breathing nexus of the many relationships that make up our school community.” These relationships, which span generations and continents, connect a global network of more than 26,000 alumni with the dynamic and diverse community of Jesuits, students, parents, teachers and administrators at Loyola today. in FY12, we nurtured and deepened these relationships by expanding our spiritual, social, educational and professional programming for Loyola community members in the Chicago area and around the globe.

Connecting Loyola Alumni From Coast to Coast

Universal Reunion Night in the Big Apple: Rambler alumni reconnected and reminisced in Manhattan during Loyola’s first Universal Reunion, which was hosted in five different cities on the same night.

One night, five major cities and 500 alumni — it was a rambler reunion of epic proportions! Our first annual Universal Reunion, which took place in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, new York City and Washington dC on the night of March 22, kickstarted a new rambler tradition that’s tailor made for our mobile, 21st century society. The reunion, which attracted graduates from the 1950s through 2011, was held in a variety of venues, from The Terrace Club in Midtown Manhattan to a reunion hosted by actor Christopher e. O’donnell ’88 at a private beach club in santa Monica. “We created the universal reunion to remind our alumni that they are an integral part of the life of our school and the vast network of Loyola community members that stretches across the nation and around the world,” explains

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director of Alumni relations dennis r. stonequist ’90. “We want everyone to know that they are a valued part of this large Loyola family that takes care of its own.”

maintaining strong Connections with our Global Community Throughout the year, our Alumni relations department continued to reach out to Loyola alumni, with a special emphasis on younger alumni — a group that has historically had a low rate of engagement with the Academy. To support this effort, the department hired a new assistant director of alumni relations, launched a monthly e-newsletter, enhanced Loyola’s social media presence and continued to add features such as online event registration and photo galleries to Loyola’s alumni webpage. The department also teamed up with the Annual Fund Office to develop a new Class Agent Program, which was spearheaded by Loyola Trustee James p. hickey ’75. Launched in October 2012, the program enlists alumni to serve as class agents who encourage their former classmates to reconnect with Loyola and participate in alumni events around the nation. Class agents will also work with our Alumni relations and Annual Fund staff to achieve fundraising and participation goals for each graduating class.

A young Alumni Board Comes Into Its own The President’s Leadership Council (pLC) — a board of young alumni leaders who support Loyola by serving as ambassadors to the school’s young alumni community — hosted a series of successful events in FY12, including the board’s second annual

Shamble fundraiser at soldier Field, a panel discussion and professional networking event, service days at Catholic schools in Chicago’s neediest neighborhoods and a preThanksgiving Mass and social gathering. The pLC’s Leadership Development Program, piloted

in FY11 to pair young alumni with Loyola students, nearly doubled in size from 30 mentor-student pairs in FY11 to 55 in FY12. The alumni mentors and their students shared activities such as a Career shadow day tour of the Council Chambers and Mayor’s press room at City hall, a service day at a Jesuit school on the city’s West side and recreational outings. According to director of Alumni relations dennis r. stonequist ’90, the alumni loved feeling connected to Loyola’s current students and being able to give back to their alma mater by helping these ramblers with everything from homework to college and career advice.

Keeping parents Informed About Loyola Life

Mentoring those who come after us: A Rambler takes in a basketball game with a Loyola alumnus. The pair is participating in a mentoring program launched by the President’s Leadership Council in FY11. The program, which doubled in size in FY12, matches Ramblers who can benefit from positive role models with alumni who want to make a difference in the lives of young people.

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Loyola principal Kathryn M. Baal, phd opened up two new avenues of communication with rambler families in FY12: The Rambler Report, a monthly e-newsletter from the principal’s Office, and The Principal’s Page, a new webpage dedicated to the needs of Loyola families. The webpage, which was an instant hit with Loyola students and family members, fulfilled dr. Baal’s goal to create a central clearinghouse for school announcements, important dates and deadlines, campus news and event updates, as well as photos and videos of Loyola life. she also plans to use the webpage to showcase the diverse skills, talents and achievements of Loyola’s ramblers.


A Rambler reading society (left and below): The bibliophiles in our parent population enjoyed a new Rambler Parent Book Club, which debuted in February with a discussion of unbroken: A World War ii story of survival, resilience and redemption by Laura Hillenbrand.

They have the Ramble, we have the Shamble (above and below): young alumni enjoyed a lively evening of dining and dancing at Loyola’s second annual shamble in september 2011. proceeds from the event, which was hosted by the president’s Leadership council at the colonnades at soldier field, benefited the Academy’s tuition Assistance program.

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removing the barriers to a life-changing Jesuit education at Loyola

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ignAtius reMinds us that no one is left out of god’s invitation. when the first Jesuit high school opened in 1548, he welcomed students whether they were rich or poor and regarded diversity as representative of the grandeur of god’s creation. Loyola has remained faithful to this tradition. in fy12, we granted more than $4 million in tuition assistance to make a Loyola education accessible to young people of all income levels. to provide a permanent source of tuition assistance revenue for qualified students


from low- and middle-income families, we have embarked on the Loyola Academy Tuition Assistance Initiative.

sCope oF proJeCt to generate support for named and endowed scholarship funds to provide tuition assistance for qualified students who want to attend Loyola Academy, but cannot afford the cost of tuition.

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“ Increasing access

We believe that qualified young people should not be denied a Jesuit education simply because of their circumstances. So when Fr. McGrath mentioned Loyola’s Tuition Assistance Program for graduates of Chicago Jesuit Academy — a middle school for bright, motivated boys from low-income families on the city’s West Side — we wanted to help. These young men have surmounted many obstacles to fulfill their academic potential — and we feel blessed to be able to help them achieve their educational goals in a Jesuit environment.

Liz and Thomas Parrott Loyola parents Chicago Jesuit Academy Tuition Assistance Program supporters

For more information about the Loyola Academy Tuition Assistance Initiative, please contact Vice President for Advancement Bob Miller at 847.920.2428 or bmiller@loy.org.

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A win for tuition assistance: Ramble 2012 Co-chair Kathleen H.

Johnson celebrates a winning bid at the Ramble auction. Proceeds from the event benefited Loyola’s Tuition Assistance Program.

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Supporting a good cause in the company of good friends: Loyola community members at the 54th annual President’s Dinner

he WOrd “phiLAnThrOpY” is derived from the Greek words “philo” (love) and “anthropos” (humanity).

This “love of humanity” inspired many loyal benefactors to step forward with critically needed support for Loyola’s Jesuit mission in FY12 — despite continued financial uncertainty as Americans weathered “the feeblest economic recovery since the Great depression,” according to an Associated press analysis released in August 2012. Although the recession officially ended in summer 2009, its aftermath has posed considerable challenges for Jesuit schools and other nonprofits throughout the u.s. According to Giving usA’s 2012 Annual Report on Philanthropy, the average rate of growth in charitable giving in 2010 and 2011 was the second slowest of any two-year period following all recessions since 1971. Loyola was not immune to this post-recession contraction in philanthropic support. in FY11 and FY12, our major gift revenues were at their second- and third-lowest levels respectively since 2007. But there is also encouraging news to share. Although Giving usA reports that total charitable giving in the u.s. grew by a barely discernable 0.9 percent after inflation last year, major giving at Loyola in FY12 increased by 15.6 percent over FY11 and annual giving increased by 7.9 percent — a reassuring sign that the Loyola community’s philanthropic spirit is alive and well.

Investing In A second Century of excellence despite the challenging philanthropic climate, Loyola’s development team forged ahead in FY12 with fundraising

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for several important initiatives outlined in Our Second Century of Excellence: the Fine Arts Initiative, Science Initiative and Tuition Assistance Initiative. Thanks to a sustained effort by Fr. McGrath, our gift officers and our volunteer fundraising committee members to communicate the need for these capital and programmatic enhancements—and the staunch support of our alumni, parents and friends—we have continued to make heartening progress in transforming these initiatives into realities. Meanwhile, with preliminary drawings for a new Aquatic Center in hand, our gift officers and Aquatic Initiative committee members embarked on a yearlong quest to raise awareness about the critical need to replace the Academy’s deteriorating, 50-year-old pool. Although fundraising is still in the early stages, benefactors have already committed $1.16 million for the development of a state-of-the-art Aquatic Center for Loyola’s ramblers.

2007. The ViBern Foundation generously matched gifts from repeat donors in this category one to one — and gifts from first-time donors two to one. By the end of the fiscal year, the campaign had generated gifts from 185 young alumni for a total of more than $53,000. Twenty percent of these young alumni were first-time Annual Fund donors. The new Annual Fund series also included a redesigned year-end appeal package mailed to the entire Loyola community. The package, which highlighted five reasons why parents and alumni should support the Annual Fund, raised $97,583 in annual gifts from parents, graduate parents, alumni and friends. By year’s end, our redesigned appeal series and firsttime use of electronic media had generated more than $1.298 million in gifts to the Annual Fund — nearly $100,000 ahead of the previous fiscal year.

Fostering the philanthropic spirit In the Class of 2012

Fostering philanthropy: Annual Fund Director Elizabeth

P. Kadison ’02 and Assistant Director of Alumni Relations O’Donavan Johnson ’00 met with Senior Student Council members during the 2011-2012 academic year to promote Loyola’s Senior Class Gift Program.

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Meanwhile, Kadison was also working with the Academy’s Alumni relations team to help ensure the success of Loyola’s Senior Class Gift Program. The program— a cooperative effort of the Annual Fund Office, the Alumni relations team and Loyola’s senior student Council — was launched in FY11 to introduce graduating ramblers to the concept of giving back to their high school alma mater. Kadison and her colleague, Assistant director of Alumni relations O’donavan Johnson ’00, met with the senior student Council (a group with demonstrated leadership skills) and asked each member to engage five friends as senior Class Gift Ambassadors. These gift ambassadors, in turn, communicated the need for a senior class gift to the rest of the senior class. in FY12, this peer solicitation program generated 52 Annual Fund pledges totaling more than $3,500 from approximately 10 percent of the senior class.

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A Gratifying show of support In A time of need

The Annual Fund was a bright spot on Loyola’s philanthropic horizon in FY12 — thanks to a concerted effort made by Annual Fund director elizabeth p. Kadison ’02 to revitalize annual giving by reconceiving the Academy’s Annual Fund solicitation program. One of the year’s most successful solicitations was the ViBern Young Alumni Matching Gift Challenge — a series of four e-blasts and a print brochure designed to increase annual giving among young alumni who graduated between 1990 and

By the end of the fiscal year, Loyola had secured total gift commitments of more than $5.2 million — eight percent higher than our total gift revenues for FY11. We are deeply grateful to the Loyola community members who gave so unstintingly of their time and energy to advance our initiatives during this challenging economic period — and to the benefactors who continued to pave the way for a second century of excellence in Jesuit education at Loyola with their unwavering generosity and support.

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mAJor GIFt hIGhLIGhts Major giving consisting of 219 major gifts totaling $3.58 million, including the following:

AqUAtIC Center InItIAtIVe the following benefactors contributed major gifts to support the development of a new Aquatic center: Mr. and Mrs. John d. norcross ’54, Mr. and Mrs. James f. shea, Mr. and Mrs. daniel P. stauder and Mr. and Mrs. richard H. Wehman.

AthLetIC DepArtment FUnD Mr. and Mrs. theodore d. Van Zelst ’81 and the Kampen family foundation contributed a major gift to support our women’s basketball and volleyball programs. Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Mandera and the custom

companies, Inc. contributed a major in-kind gift of wooden stools for the Herbert Press Box.

CAmpUs mInIstry FUnD Mr. terrence truax and rev. laura truax contributed a major gift to the campus Ministry fund.

FootBALL proGrAm FUnD Mr. and Mrs. Gerald f. corcoran and the corcoran family foundation contributed a major in-kind gift of new uniforms for loyola’s football team.

o’shAUGhnessy proGrAm Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kaulentis and the John J. Kaulentis

Memorial fund contributed a major gift to the o’shaughnessy Program endowment. Mr. david Baker and Ms. catherine carpenter, the Kampen family foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. lee, the Bruce A. lee family foundation, Ms. Mary Jane o’connor, the William f. o’connor foundation, Mr. terrence truax and rev. laura truax and Mr. and Mrs. theodore d. Van Zelst ’81 contributed major gifts to the o’shaughnessy Program fund, including the purchase of computers for o’shaughnessy students.

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contributed major gifts to support the development of state-of-the-art science labs at loyola Academy: Mr. and Mrs. John H. Buehler, the Patricia and Albert c. Buehler Jr. foundation, dr. and Mrs. Walter f. Burke, Mr. and Mrs. edward J. fiorentino, Mr. Mathias A. Klein III ’68, Mr. and Mrs. robert l. Parkinson Jr. and the sanborn family foundation.

Br. JAmes e. smALL, sJ Arts GUILD Mr. and Mrs. James fauerbach contributed a major gift to establish the Br. James e. small, sJ Arts Guild, an enrichment

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presIDent’s DInner An evening of generosity and gratitude: the Loyola community honored the Sally and James C. Dowdle ’52 Family with the rev. daniel A. Lord, sJ Award for distinguished service in the cause of youth at the 54th annual president’s dinner. event chairwoman Christina Massi Filippini and her dedicated volunteers raised over $350,000 for Loyola’s tuition Assistance program at the november 2011 dinner, which was attended by more than 600 generous supporters. Loyola supporters enjoyed some post-dinner dancing. A b o v e r i g h t : fr. Mcgrath joined president’s dinner chairwoman christina Massi filippini and Lord Award recipients sally and James c. dowdle ’52 to commemorate the occasion with a celebratory photo in the grand ballroom of the

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mAJor GIFt UnDerwrIters we are grateful to the following president’s dinner 2011 major gift benefactors for their generous support: Mr. and Mrs. charles K. bobrinskoy Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. borah corcoran family foundation Mr. and Mrs. gerald f. corcoran Mr. and Mrs. John w. croghan Mr. and Mrs. terry p. dillon Mr. and Mrs. James c. dowdle ’52 Mr. and Mrs. ralph J. gesualdo ’75 Mr. and Mrs. James p. hickey ’75 Mr. and Mrs. stephen v. King

Madden, Jiganti, Moore & sinars, LLp Mr. and Mrs. sean M. Madden ’77 robert r. Mccormick tribune foundation Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. perry Mr. and Mrs. gary v. sagui Ms. Jane M. sagui ’11 u.s. cellular Mr. and Mrs. edward J. wehmer ’72 wintrust financial corporation

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We are grateful to the following benefactors who contributed major gifts to underwrite the ramble:

We are grateful to the following benefactors for their generous major gift donations of ramble auction items:

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. McKerr ’80 donated a stay at their sundance, utah, home during the sundance film festival.

Bankers life and casualty Mr. and Mrs. charles K. Bobrinskoy cno services, llc Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. leemputte ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph nolan Mr. and Mrs. James n. Perry Jr. Mr. and Mrs. scott Perry Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. ruf Mr. and Mrs. thomas r. Wenzel

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Angell donated a weeklong stay at their home overlooking the ocean in st. John, u.s. Virgin Islands.

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt B. Penn donated an eight-person stay at their residence in carefree, Arizona, along with tickets to the Phoenix open.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Corcoran donated a weeklong stay at their home at the four seasons in Punta Mita, Mexico.

Br. James E. Small, SJ donated his skillfully rendered recreations of some of the world’s most famous paintings.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Gesualdo ’75 and International Autos donated a Mini cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Mandera donated a Green Jacket autographed by 24 Masters champions.

GUArDIAn AnGeLs For ramblers In need

Tiffany & Company donated the prizes for the tiffany raffle, including diamond earrings, a pearl necklace and a suede tote bag. U.S. Cellular donated its box to a White sox game.

Oh, what a difference the Ramble makes: Being a force for good is always fun at the Ramble — and our 43rd annual Ramble didn’t disappoint. The festive Saturday night soiree — themed Oh, What a difference Loyola Makes! — raised $1.16 million for the Academy’s Tuition Assistance Program. Ramble Co-chaircouples Jill C. and David J. Klusendorf (below left) and Kathleen H. and Brian E. Johnson (below right) joined Fr. McGrath in welcoming 565 Loyola supporters to the May 2012 benefit.

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At the ramble 2012 live auction, attendees raised their paddles to support loyola’s Guardian Angel Fund, contributing $426,526 to help students experiencing unforeseen financial hardship during their loyola years. Major gifts to this fund were received from the following benefactors: Mr. and Mrs. scott K. Ahlstrom sr. Ayco charitable foundation Mr. and Mrs. timothy e. Broccolo ’73 c2 foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. castellini Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. cawley Mr. and Mrs. edward A. chestnut ’85 Mr. and Mrs. William r. dodds Mr. and Mrs. craig s. donohue lt. Michael e. engels ’84 Mr. and Mrs. John f. Hartmann Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hickey ’75 Mr. and Mrs. david B. Kennedy ’73 Amb. James c. Kenny and Mrs. Margaret Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kopon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. robert G. lewandowski loyola Academy Jesuit community Mr. and Mrs. roy May Mr. and Mrs. Kevin t. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Perry Mr. and Mrs. James n. Perry Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary V. sagui Ms. Jane M. sagui ’11 Mr. and Mrs. lawrence thalmann Mr. and Mrs. timothy s. Van Kirk Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Wehmer ’72


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program for students who desire more exposure to the arts. the guild is named in honor of loyola’s own resident artist, Br. small, who is a model of lifelong learning, artistic expression and deep faith.

st. IGnAtIUs LoyoLA stAtUe Mr. salvatore J. diMucci III ’99 and his mother, Mrs. yvonne A. diMucci, contributed a major gift to fund a statue of st. Ignatius loyola that will reside in the foley-o’donnell commons.

teChnoLoGy FUnD the Helen V. Brach foundation and Mr. and Mrs. r.M. simon contributed a major gift to fund 22 Brightlink projectors to outfit language and social studies classrooms, as well as the corby conference room.

AnnUAL FUnD loyola received gifts and pledges to the Annual Fund totaling more than $1.29 million from 1,982 donors. We are grateful for the generous support of the following benefactors who contributed major gifts to the Annual fund: Mr. and david Baker and Ms. catherine carpenter Mr. and Mrs. William f. Baker Mr. and Mrs. robert l. Berner Jr. ’49 Mr. and Mrs. charles W. Bidwill Jr. Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Borah Mr. and Mrs. christopher c. Bruno ’94 Mr. and Mrs. norman c. Butler Mr. William J. caffrey and Ms. Paulette Gagliardo-caffrey Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. carbonari carbonari family foundation the century foundation Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin d. chereskin Mrs. elizabeth J. collins Mr. and Mrs. richard G. daly ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Hanley dawson IV ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Hanley dawson III

Immortalizing a beloved champion of the arts: Resident artist Br. James E. Small, SJ was the inspiration behind Loyola’s new Br. James E. Small, SJ Arts Guild. Funded by a major gift from Loyola

parents James and Therese Fauerbach, the guild was established in FY12 to expose more Ramblers to the arts. catherine McKeever denten foundation Mr. and Mrs. edward G. denten ’50 Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. desmond Mr. and Mrs. richard A. devine ’61 Mrs. yvonne A. diMucci Mr. stephen P. donahue ’73 Mr. and Mrs. edward J. fiorentino Mr. and Mrs. William d. forsyth III Mr. Peter A. frantz II ’01 Mr. and Mrs. robert e. Gallagher rIP Mr. and Mrs. thomas A. Geldermann ’44 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Gerlach ’51 Mr. and Mrs. ralph J. Gesualdo ’75 Mr. and Mrs. John c. Halston ’82 Mr. and Mrs. david J. Hill ’79 dr. James W. Hoag and Ms. Marcia e. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. robert H. Huffman III Mr. and Mrs. david B. Kennedy ’73 Kathleen and david Kennedy foundation Mr. and Mrs. Patrick t. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. laughlin Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. lee Bruce A. lee family foundation Mr. Gabriel M. licastro

loyola Academy Jesuit community Mr. and Mrs. sean M. Madden ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Mark t. Malin Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mcshane Mcshane foundation Mr. and Mrs. robert l. Michels ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Modzelewski ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph nolan Ms. sarah J. nolan Mr. thomas J. nolan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. o’Brien ’72 Mr. and Mrs. robert t. o’Brien ’79 Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel M. rodriguez ’75 sanborn family foundation Mr. and Mrs. George e. sargent ’88 Mr. dieter A. schmitz and Ms. Megan c. Boyle dr. scholl foundation dr. and Mrs. George f. seidenbecker ’61 Mr. and Mrs. William M. sneed Mr. and Mrs. robert W. tarjan ’61 Mr. Patrick J. tierney ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. tobin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph e. Valenti Jr. ’68

the Joseph e. Valenti Jr. ’68 family foundation the ViBern foundation Mr. and Mrs. James r. Voss ’62 Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Wehmer ’72 Mr. and Mrs. robert d. Zeller Mr. and Mrs. George el Zoghbi Mr. and Mrs. Joseph c. Zuercher Jr. ’74

BeqUests loyola received unrestricted major gift bequests from the estates of Mr. William A. Barnett ’34, Mr. charles J. conroy ’40, Ms. Mary e. Graham, dr. clyde H. Jacobs ’31 and dr. elizabeth Jacobs, Mr. Joseph s. Kearney Jr. ’51, Mr. donald e. laVigne ’42 and Mr. Michael c. Mcconville ’55. An unrestricted capital major gift bequest was received from Mr. H.M. schnitzius ’41. the estate of Mr. Harry staffileno established the Constance Staffileno Scholarship for graduates of sacred Heart school in Winnetka.

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ne of tHe PurPoses of PHIlAntHroPy is to improve the quality of human life. When we reach out to help others, we set in motion a tremendous wave of possibility that has farreaching — and life-changing — implications. nowhere is this more evident at loyola than in the area of tuition assistance and endowed scholarships. during the 2011-2012 academic year, our student population was comprised of young people from 105 different zip codes and more than 200 elementary and junior high schools. twenty-three percent of loyola’s ramblers were African American, Asian, Hispanic and other ethnicities. this diversity fostered a deep respect for other cultures and viewpoints in our students, as well as a broader understanding of our global society. In fy12, we cultivated that diversity — and extended the many benefits of a Jesuit education at loyola Academy to young people from families of all income levels — by granting just over $4 million in tuition assistance to nearly a third of our student population. to keep loyola accessible and affordable for students from every chicago-area community, we continued to seek philanthropic support for tuition assistance through gifts to our Annual fund, fundraising events such as the President’s dinner and ramble and the Loyola Academy Tuition Assistance Initiative — a fundraising campaign to generate support for named and endowed scholarships to provide a permanent source of tuition assistance revenue. We are grateful to the following tuition assistance and endowed scholarship benefactors, whose major gifts will open doors to new possibilities for ramblers from low- and middle-income families for many years to come: Proceeds from the dr. Aiello run for someone, held each year on Memorial day, were contributed to The John D. Aiello Endowed Scholarship. the William and Kathy doyle foundation; Mr. and Mrs. William J. doyle ’68; Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kearney ’57; Pcs Administration (usA), Inc.; and Mr. and Mrs. Brian B. Whalen ’57 contributed major gifts to the Rev. James C.L. Arimond, SJ Scholarship for Excellence Endowment. the chicago and detroit Province of the society of Jesus contributed a major gift to the Arrupe Student Aid Fund.

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the Higher Path foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph nolan, Mr. and Mrs. david G. o’neill and Mr. and Mrs. thomas Parrott contributed major gifts to support tuition assistance for students from Chicago Jesuit Academy. Mr. and Mrs. edward G. denten ’50 and the catherine McKeever denten foundation contributed major gifts to the Denten Family Scholarship. Mr. and Mrs. William f. dooley ’56 established The William F. Dooley ’56 Endowed Scholarship to benefit qualified students with demonstrated need

from st. Margaret Mary Parish in chicago. this scholarship honors the four generations of robert J. dooleys that have graduated from loyola Academy: Mr. dooley’s father, robert J. dooley ’27 rIP; his brother, robert J. dooley ’55 rIP; his nephew, robert J. dooley ’82; and his grandnephew, robert J. dooley ’12. Mr. and Mrs. terrence P. lefevour and terrence P. lefevour, Attorney at law, contributed major gifts to the Michael E. Finnegan Scholarship Endowment, named in memory of Mrs. lefevour’s brother. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Kenny ’68 contributed a major gift to the John E. Kenny Sr. ’31 Scholarship in memory of Mr. Kenny’s father. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kubon and the robert Kubon foundation contributed a major gift to establish the Robert Kubon Scholarship. Mr. and Mrs. John M. lafferty contributed a major gift to the Lafferty Scholarship Endowment. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford B. couri ’81, the couri family foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. dowdle ’78, the fred B. snite foundation and Mr. and Mrs. timothy P. sullivan

contributed major gifts to the Loyola Academy Big Shoulders Scholarship Endowment. Mr. charles e. McGarrity ’78 established the Rev. Robert G. Mair Scholarship to support students in loyola’s Big shoulders scholarship program. thomas J. Mcdonald ’82 contributed a major gift to the McDonald Brothers Scholarship Endowment, established by tom and his brothers, John J. Mcdonald ’84 and Michael r. Mcdonald ’82. Patricia J. Mulvihill and the Mulvihill family foundation established The Mulvihill and Mohr Family Scholarship. to commemorate their 50th class reunion, members of the class of 1962 contributed to the James M. O’Loughin ’62 Scholarship established in honor of their former classmate. Major gift contributors to this fund included dr. and Mrs. edward W. Bough ’62, the california community foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. fieberg III ’62, dr. and Mrs. carl J. Gebuhr ’62, Mr. George J. Keefe ’62 rIP and Mrs. Joan Keefe, Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Murtaugh ’62, Mr. and Mrs. l. robert Pasquesi ’62, Mr.


A chance to say thank you for a life-changing gift

(left): Tuition assistance recipients met some of the benefactors who helped make their Loyola education possible at the Academy’s Tuition Assistance Breakfast in April 2012. Opening doors to academic achievement: Five Arimond Scholars (pictured below with Rev. James C.L. Arimond, SJ ’57) received tuition assistance awards from The Rev. James C.L. Arimond, SJ Scholarship for Excellence in FY12. The scholarship was established by

Fr. Arimond’s former classmates and students.

and Mrs. James K. toohey ’62 and Mr. and Mrs. James r. Voss ’62. the sauganash community Association contributed a major gift to the Robert P. Perkaus III ’77 Memorial Scholarship. Mr. and Mrs. George J. schwabe Jr. and the Jonathan schwabe

Memorial fund contributed major gifts to the Jonathan Schwabe ’00 Memorial Fund. the estate of Mr. Harry staffileno established the Constance Staffileno Scholarship for graduates of sacred Heart school in Winnetka in memory of his wife.

Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. cullen, Mr. and Mrs. david J. fox ’78, Pais foundation, Inc. and the siragusa foundation contributed major gifts to the Student Financial Aid Fund. the ViBern foundation contributed a major gift to the

ViBern Foundation Scholarship Endowment. this gift was used to establish the ViBern young Alumni Matching Gift challenge, which enabled our Annual fund office to raise more than $53,000 from young alumni who graduated between the years of 1990 and 2007.

Rambler alumni from the Class of 1962 (below) commemorated their 50th reunion weekend in June 2012 with a class gift to fund the James M. O’Loughlin ’62 Scholarship. We are grateful to these “alumni for others” for their continued commitment to Loyola Academy’s mission and their generous support for today’s Ramblers in need.

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nAmeD AnD enDoweD sChoLArshIps since the founding of loyola Academy in 1909, thousands of donors have made gifts to establish or contribute to more than 130 different scholarships at loyola Academy. the list below includes scholarships established through June 30, 2012. fully endowed funds are indicated in bold print.*

John d. Aiello endowed scholarship

christopher fink ‘98 scholarship endowment

Rev. James C.L. Arimond, SJ ‘57 Scholarship

Kevin Michael fink ‘97 scholarship endowment

for Excellence Endowment

Peter Damien Meenaghan ‘96 Memorial Scholarship Endowment

Michael e. finnegan scholarship

rev. edward f. Mulhern, sJ scholarship endowment

Brian Baker Scholarship Endowment

Augustine A. flick III ‘47 scholarship endowment

the Mulvihill and Mohr family scholarship

Br. Paul Becklenberg scholarship endowment

floberg family scholarship endowment

rev. theodore G. Munz, sJ scholarship

Berner-Hoyt Scholarship Endowment

Joseph s. flood Memorial scholarship endowment

John and Mary naghten scholarship endowment

Paul W. and catherine A. Boltz scholarship endowment

Michael Ganey scholarship endowment

edward J. nesbitt ‘35 scholarship endowment

Julia G. Boyce scholarship endowment

Hugh P. Hackett scholarship

Nesbitt Family Scholarship Endowment

John A. Breen sr. scholarship endowment

Rev. Norman E. Harland, SJ Scholarship Endowment

ray o’Keefe Memorial scholarship endowment

Mary cagney scholarship endowment

R. G. Harrington ‘44 Scholarship Endowment

James M. o’loughlin ‘62 scholarship

richard cagney ‘30 scholarship endowment

rev. donald J. Hayes, sJ ‘43 scholarship endowment

Arthur and Barbara Pantle Family Scholarship

Rev. Raymond J. Callahan, SJ Scholarship

John T. Hickey Sr. ‘43 Scholarship Endowment

Perkaus/reed scholarship endowment

Lawrence and Ada Hickey Family Scholarship

Robert P. Perkaus III ‘77 Memorial Scholarship

Endowment the Bruce and Kathryn carbonari scholarship endowment centioli family national Italian-American foundation scholarship Jaemo chang scholarship endowment nora and daniel clarke scholarship endowment

Endowment Edward J. and Grace V. Hirsch Scholarship Endowment Albert A. Hoffman ‘45 and Rev. John C. Hoffman, SJ ‘48 Scholarship Endowment Robert H. Huffman Jr. Memorial Scholarship Endowment

Endowment Henry A. and James V. Proesel ‘39 Scholarship Endowment Quaker Oats Co. Scholarship Endowment Michael rebarchak ‘79 scholarship endowment Reuter Family Scholarship

class of ‘51 scholarship

Rev. Robert G. Humbert, SJ Scholarship Endowment

Thomas A. Reynolds Jr. ‘45 Scholarship

class of ‘52 scholarship

The Jennings Family Scholarship Endowment

Mr. and Mrs. charles e. ritten scholarship endowment

class of ‘59 scholarship

John R. Jozwiak ‘45 Scholarship Endowment

The Thomas J. Rogers ‘46 Memorial Scholarship

class of ‘60 scholarship

Raymond J. Kavanagh Scholarship

Jarett romanski ‘94 scholarship endowment

class of ‘61 scholarship

Monsignor J. Gerald Kealy scholarship endowment

Patrick and Shirley Ryan Minority Scholarship

class of ‘62 scholarship

Minnie r. Kehl scholarship endowment

Charles W. Cole ‘48 Scholarship Endowment

John e. Kenny sr. ‘31 scholarship

St. Thomas of Canterbury Scholarship Endowment

robert J. corboy scholarship endowment

William t. Kernan ‘02 o’shaughnessy Program

Alyce Salerno Minority Scholarship Endowment

Stuart D. Corboy ‘43 Scholarship Endowment

scholarship

Endowment

Vincent savage, sJ scholarship endowment

fran and Jean corby scholarship endowment

Mathias A. Klein Jr. scholarship

Francis E. and Mary R. Schlax Scholarship

The Corcoran Family Scholarship

robert Kubon scholarship

Scholl Foundation Scholarship

rev. Walter crane, sJ scholarship endowment

Lafferty Scholarship Endowment

John and Kathleen Schreiber Scholarship

david and Mary lou decker family scholarship

Langley Family Scholarship Endowment

Raymond A. Seng ‘21 Scholarship Endowment

denten family scholarship

The Joan F. and William J. Lavezzorio ‘46 Scholarship

William J. sennott scholarship endowment

Tony DeRosa ‘90 Scholarship Endowment

Peter John Leemputte Scholarship Endowment

Marc and Grace Shantz Scholarship

edward J. detmer Memorial scholarship endowment

Gerasime M. legris, sJ scholarship endowment

James M. sheerin ‘72 scholarship endowment

William G. diederich III scholarship endowment

Loyola Academy Big Shoulders Scholarship

constance staffileno scholarship

Richard and Ruth Dooley ‘24 Scholarship Endowment Robert J. Dooley 1927, 1955, 1981, 2012 Scholarship Endowment Dorschel Scholarship Endowment

Endowment Loyola Jesuit Community Scholarship

rev. John stejskal, sJ Memorial scholarship endowment

Patrick lynch ‘87 scholarship endowment

Philip J. stelnicki scholarship endowment

Suseela and Prasad Madhavareddy Scholarship

Joseph C. Thomas ‘02 Memorial Scholarship

Endowment

John A. and Julie Dowdle Scholarship Endowment

rev. robert G. Mair scholarship

eileen t. doyle scholarship

James J. Maloney ‘47 Scholarship Endowment

Joseph and Marcelline Valenti Family Scholarship Endowment I Joseph and Marcelline Valenti Scholarship Endowment II

dumbach classics scholarship endowment

Gregory J. Mann ‘35 scholarship endowment

catherine A. dwyer scholarship

Mazza Legacy Scholarship Endowment

stewart Vergne ‘76 scholarship endowment

e.A. and H.s. egan scholarship endowment

McDonald Brothers Scholarship Endowment

ViBern Foundation Scholarship

Patrick and Jana eilers scholarship endowment

Mcdonnell family Memorial scholarship

rev. A.f. Walker, sJ ‘34 scholarship endowment

Endowment for the Advancement of

Betty McGarrity Scholarship Endowment

Bridget F. Walsh Rochford Scholarship

Tuition Assistance

John Michael McKechney scholarship endowment

Endowment

Rev. Michael English, SJ Scholarship Endowment

John f. McKerr Jr. scholarship endowment

William and Margery Weiss scholarship endowment

david fear ‘70 scholarship endowment

Elizabeth D. and William B. McNulty ‘38 Scholarship

Anna and Michael White Scholarship Endowment

Laura Fieberg Scholarship Endowment

Endowment

Raymond M. White ‘32 Scholarship Endowment

* Over the years, the dollar amount for establishing an endowed scholarship has increased. Fully endowed scholarships are recognized according to Loyola’s history of funding requirements.

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the CJA sChoLArs proGrAm

Breaking the cycle of unrealized potential

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MOre ThAn hALF of the minority male students on Chicago’s I have a goal to be impoverished West side will not complete high school — and the first person in only three percent will earn a college degree by the age of 25. Troubled by this unrealized potential, the Jesuits of the Chicagomy family to go detroit province of the society of Jesus established Chicago to college. Jesuit Academy in 2005 under the leadership of CJA Founder and president Matthew Lynch. This full-scholarship middle school gives that opportunity young West side males from low-income families an opportunity to is right in front of earn a better education— and to better realize the gifts that God me and all I have to has entrusted to them. When plans for Chicago Jesuit Academy were still on the do is stay focused, drawing board, Loyola’s leadership agreed to provide need-based stay smart and stay tuition assistance — as well as bus transportation, program fees, textbooks, dress-code-approved apparel and daily lunch — for any disciplined. CJA graduate who earned admission to the Academy. The first four CJA scholars matriculated at Loyola in Fall 2009. Within three J A QU A N GR IE R ’13 CJA Scholar at Loyola Academy years, 19 CJA scholars had joined the ranks of Loyola’s ramblers. To generate support for the growing number of CJA scholars at the Academy, Loyola parents Thomas and Elizabeth Parrott hosted an April 2012 cocktail reception at the exmoor Country Club in highland park. The event raised $145,000 for the CJA scholars program, which included a major gift from the parrotts to support a CJA scholar for four years. Other inaugural supporters in FY12 included the Higher Path Foundation, Joseph and Janet Nolan, David and Nancy O’Neill, Donald and Cecile Schoenheider and Harold B. Tobin. We are deeply grateful to these benefactors for their generosity and foresight, which will give more young West side males of modest means a chance to succeed at the high school level, in college and beyond.

eDUCAtIonAL exCeLLenCe FUnDs frank J. Amato excellence in coaching Award endowment Boltz debate fund thomas e. caestecker ‘49 chair of American History Michael n. cannizzaro sr. ‘67 family Guidance endowment J.c. daniel d’Ambrosio retreat endowment the endowment for Jesuit Identity engels Baseball endowment enrichment for learning differences endowment tim foley ‘66 football endowment James t. Glerum Jr. and Mary e. Glerum classics tour scholarship Great teaching endowment frank and Monica Hogan Performing Arts endowment Allen J. Hoover ‘58 science Award rev. robert G. Humbert, sJ chair for religious study endowment Ignation Programs for faculty enhancement Klein tools endowment for computer study latousek chair of english endowment Mandarin chinese language endowment rev. William Moran, sJ and rev. robert Mulligan, sJ Award of excellence rev. edward f. Mulhern, sJ Guidance fund david t. racine ‘86 endowment Philip J. stelnicki Memorial fund student formation Program fund Kay and George Penman sullivan catholic Action endowment rev. Ara Walker, sJ Plant fund Woodward classical studies chair endowment

Inaugural supporters invested more than $134,000 in FY12 to help fund Loyola Academy’s CJA Scholars Program, which provides tuition assistance for graduates of Chicago Jesuit Academy, a fullscholarship middle school for young West Side men of modest means. Thirteen of the 19 CJA Scholars who attended Loyola during the 2011-2012 academic year are pictured above.

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fInAncIAl

Statement

For the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011 and ending June 30, 2012

I N C O M E : $34,680 (In tHousAnds)

tuition and fees 82.4% / $28,564 .

student organizations .6% / $210 education and other related Activities 8.8% / $3,049*

* Summer Camps,

Annual fund, President’s dinner, ramble Auction and restricted Gifts 8.2% / $2,857

Cafeteria, Bookstore

HISTORY OF THE ENDOWMENT FUND AND DEBT (1980-2012) 55 50 45

(In MIllIons)

40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 $0

1980

1985

1990

1995 deBt

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2000

2001 endoWMent

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012


E x P E N S E S : $35,240

DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

(In tHousAnds)

(In tHousAnds)

To Operations Annual fund Alumni Parents Graduate Parents friends, corporations, foundations

Instruction 35.3% / $12,455

Administration 11.1% / $3,910

student services 9.1% / $3,196

development 2.7% / $961

Plant Maintenance 8.0% / $2,823

Bonds and Interest 5.9% / $2,048 education and other related Activities 12.3% / $4,340*

General school 3.1% / $1,085 student financial Aid 12.5% / $4,422

$

715 294 104 185

________

total Annual fund contributions

$

President’s dinner and ramble Auction restricted Gifts

$

1,298

1,496 64 _________

Total Contributions to Operations

$

To Endowment restricted unrestricted

$

2,858

1,125 1,234 _________

Total Contributions to Endowment

$ 2,359 _________ _________

TOTAL DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS

$

5,217

DEVELOPMENT CONTRIBUTIONS OVER A FIVE-YEAR PERIOD (IN THOUSANDS) 2012

contRiBution souRce

2011

2010

2009

2008

to o perAti ons

Annual fund Alumni

$

715

$

658

$

668

$

508

$

725

Parents

$

294

$

270

$

274

$

209

$

298

Graduate Parents

$

104

$

96

$

97

$

74

$

106

friends, corporations, foundations

$

185

$

170

$

173

$

132

$

188

total Annual fund contributions

$ 1,298

$ 1,194

$ 1,212

$

923

$ 1,317

President’s dinner and ramble Auction

$ 1,495

$ 1,487

$ 1,529

$ 1,186

$ 1,559

restricted Gifts

$

$

$

$

$

ToTAL CoNTRIbUTIoNs To opERATIoNs

64

108

74

83

101

$ 2,857

$ 2,789

$ 2,815

$ 2,192

$ 2,977

restricted

$ 1,125

$

911

$ 2,764

$

$

unrestricted

$ 1,234

$ 1,119

$ 1,071

$ 1,621

$ 2,771

ToTAL CoNTRI b UTI o N s To E N do w M E N T

$ 2,359

$ 2,030

$ 3,835

$ 2,492

$ 3 ,5 7 2

T o TA L d E V E L o p ME NT C o NTRIb UTIo Ns

$ 5,217

$ 4,818

$ 6,650

$ 4,684

$ 6,549

to endo w Men t

871

801

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preparing the next generation of scientists, physicians and innovators

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LoyoLA hAs ALwAys been A LeAder in science education. Many of our alumni have, in turn, become leaders in the fields of science and medicine, making the world a better place for humankind through life-enhancing scientific breakthroughs. now we are building on our tradition of excellence in the sciences through the Loyola Academy Science Initiative. this critically needed initiative will give us the state-of-the-art facilities we need to promote a high level of scientific literacy in our student population, accommodate best practices in the sciences in the 21st century and foster the development of scholars who will serve humanity through innovation and discovery.


to meet the challenges of tomorrow. sCope oF proJeCt twelve state-of-the-art, multimedia laboratories for chemistry, physics and integrated and life sciences; faculty offices; and a science lecture hall. the combined classroom/laboratory layout in each science lab will provide the space for more students to engage in more experiments — and enable our teachers to connect laboratory experiences with other types of learning activities such as lectures and discussions.

supporting scientific

DIsCoVery

We believe in Catholic education, we believe in Loyola Academy and we know that the longterm future of the U.S. depends on our nation’s ability to play a leadership role in all fields of science. We want to do our part to help ensure that Loyola students have all of the tools they need to be a key part of that future — and we are blessed to be able to lend our support to the Loyola Academy Science Initiative to help make that goal a reality.

Cultivating excellence

Louise V. and Robert V. Sanborn Loyola parents Science Initiative supporters

For more information about the Loyola Academy Science Initiative, please contact Vice President for Advancement Bob Miller at 847.920.2428 or bmiller@loy.org.

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Honor roll

o f Do n o rs

LIFetIme BeneFACtors Lifetime Benefactors are donors who have made cumulative gifts to Loyola Academy totaling $100,000 or more. We are deeply grateful to these generous benefactors for their lifelong commitment to Jesuit education.

I G N AT I U S L O Y O L A

A L B E R T O H U R TA D O

Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. John W. croghan Mr. John J. dwyer rIP and Mrs. elizabeth J. dwyer Mr. thomas “tim” d. foley ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. thomas l. foley rIP Mr. and Mrs. William J. lavezzorio ‘46 rIP loyola Academy Jesuit community Mazza foundation Mr. William t. o’donnell Jr. ‘67 and Ms. lezlie rehagen Mr. and Mrs. William t. o’donnell sr. ‘40 rIP Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. ryan

Mr. John c. Altman ‘71 rIP American Airlines Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. castellini Mr. and Mrs. daniel A. cotter ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Hanley dawson III Mr. and Mrs. edward G. denten ‘50 Mr. ralph e. doane rIP Mr. and Mrs. Burtis J. dolan III ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. William f. dooley ‘56 Wilma and William f. dooley ‘56 foundation Mr. and Mrs. James c. dowdle ‘52 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. dowdle ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald e. egan ‘62 Mr. John P. Gallagher ‘45 rIP and Mrs. John P. Gallagher Mr. John t. Geldermann ‘43 rIP and Mrs. Jane Geldermann Mr. david f. Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. John A. Graf ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hickey ‘75 estate of Grace V. Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. robert H. Huffman III dr. clyde H. Jacobs ’31 rIP and dr. elizabeth Jacobs rIP estate of John r. Jozwiak ‘45 Mr. david M. Kavanagh and Ms. Mary M. dollinger Mr. and Mrs. Mathias A. Klein Jr. rIP and family Mathias A. Klein Memorial Klein tools, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John M. lafferty Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. leemputte ‘75 Mr. J. Barry Mcraith sr. ‘57 rIP Mr. and Mrs. John d. norcross ‘54 Ignatius A. o’shaughnessy family Ignatius A. o’shaughnessy foundation Mr. donald A. Pantle ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Perry sanborn family foundation

F R A N C I S x AV I E R

Helen V. Brach foundation Mr. and Mrs. H. Patrick Hackett Jr. ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph e. Morahan III ‘70 Br. James e. small, sJ stepan company Mr. and Mrs. f. Quinn stepan sr. ‘55 ALPHONSUS RODRIGUEz

Mr. thomas e. caestecker ‘49 corcoran family foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald f. corcoran Mr. and Mrs. robert e. Gallagher ‘40 rIP Mr. and Mrs. John t. Hickey sr. ‘43 Illinois fIrst Mr. and Mrs. robert B. latousek ‘50 Mr. and Mrs. robert W. navarre II estate of thomas J. rogers ‘46 Patrick and shirley ryan foundation dr. scholl foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph f. scoby ‘83 estate of Mr. raymond A. seng ‘21 Valenti charitable foundation Mr. Joseph e. Valenti sr. rIP and Mrs. Marcelline Valenti

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the John and Kathleen schreiber foundation Mr. and Mrs. John G. schreiber ‘64 estate of John B. seng ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph e. Valenti Jr. ‘68 ViBern foundation Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Wehmer ‘72 e. l. Wiegand foundation LIFETIME FOUNDER

Anonymous (5) Mrs. Misook Ahn Aon corporation Mr. and Mrs. J. stephen Baine Mr. and Mrs. robert l. Berner Jr. ‘49 Mr. and Mrs. charles W. Bidwill Jr. Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Borah Mr. and Mrs. thomas c. Borders Mr. and Mrs. roger t. Briggs sr. rIP Mr. and Mrs. Michael n. cannizzaro sr. ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick W. carroll rIP Mr. and Mrs. Alessandro M. cena ‘81 col. and Mrs. charles W. cole ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. collins Mr. Philip H. corboy Philip H. corboy foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael e. crane ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. croghan ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. daly ‘83 Mr. Michael K. demetrio and Hon. Mary Kay rochford catherine McKeever denten foundation the tony derosa foundation Mr. salvatore J. diMucci Jr. rIP and Mrs. yvonne A. diMucci Mr. Burtis J. dolan Jr. ‘43 rIP and Mrs. Patricia dolan Mr. and Mrs. richard f. dooley Jr. ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick eilers

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. feeley Jr. ‘59 the fieberg family Ms. christina Massi filippini Mr. Victor P. filippini Jr. ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. raymond e. fink sr. ‘47 Mr. and Mrs. dennis J. fitzsimons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. flanagan Jr. ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. donald l. fortunato rIP the lloyd A. fry foundation Mr. and Mrs. A. James Gallagher Jr. ‘39 Mr. and Mrs. ralph J. Gesualdo ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. Haggerty ‘81 Mr. William J. Halligan sr. rIP Mr. and Mrs. James e. Hayes ‘48 Mr. richard M. Hector ‘48 rIP Mr. and Mrs. John r. Heller ‘68 eileen l. Heyd, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John t. Hickey Jr. ‘70 lawrence and Ada Hickey foundation Mr. and Mrs. lawrence Hickey ‘41 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Higgins ‘85 Mr. Albert A. Hoffman Jr. ‘45 J.P. Morgan chase Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Jaunich Mr. richard e. Jennings rIP Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kaulentis John J. Kaulentis Memorial fund Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kearney ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Keller George r. Kendall foundation Mr. John e. Kenny sr. ‘31 rIP Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Kenny ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. James d. King Mr. K. frederick Kleiderer rIP and Mrs. K. frederick Kleiderer Mrs. Gwenda s. Klein Mrs. William r. Kohl Jr. rIP

Mr. and Mrs. John l. Kolleng ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kubon robert Kubon foundation lake county stormwater Management commission Mr. and Mrs. dennis J. langley Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. laughlin Mr. and Mrs. terrence P. lefevour Mr. and Mrs. robert G. lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. livingston Jr. loyola Paper co. Mr. and Mrs. sean M. Madden ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Maloney ‘47 Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Mandera Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Marineau ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. samuel r. Marotta ‘35 rIP Mr. thomas J. Mcdonald ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. charles e. McGarrity ‘78 Mr. William A. McIntosh ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Michael f. McKeever ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna Mr. and Mrs. david K. Mcnulty ‘67 James J. and Jamie K. thorsen Mcnulty foundation Mr. James J. Mcnulty ‘69 and Ms. Jamie K. thorsen Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mcshane Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Meenaghan Mr. James M. Moran ‘36 rIP and Mrs. James M. Moran Mr. richard nash Jr. rIP and Mrs. charlotte nash Mr. and Mrs. Mark d. nesbitt ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph nolan Mr. and Mrs. John W. o’Brien ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. John B. o’connor ‘39 rIP Mr. and Mrs. William e. o’connor ‘71 Mr. John M. o’Meara ‘63 rIP and Mrs. cheryl o’Meara


reV. henry J. DUmBACh, sJ soCIety oF pLAnneD GIVInG Donors This giving society is named in honor of Loyola Academy’s founder, whose vision of Jesuit education is being carried on through the generosity and foresight of our planned giving donors. The Dumbach Society builds on the excellent work of the late Rev. Robert G. Humbert, SJ and the Loyola Academy Wills Society, which was the first formal society established at Loyola to recognize planned giving donors. Mr. J. Michael o’shaughnessy ‘58 rIP and Mrs. J. Michael o’shaughnessy Mr. and Mrs. l. robert Pasquesi ‘62 the Patrick Group Mr. and Mrs. robert P. Perkaus Jr. ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. robert d. Poden ‘50 Mr. and Mrs. James V. Proesel sr. ‘39 rIP Quaker oats company Mr. and Mrs. Maynard l. reuter rIP Mr. thomas A. reynolds Jr. ‘45 rIP and Mrs. thomas A. reynolds Mr. and Mrs. thomas A. reynolds III ‘70 dr. shirley A. roy Mr. edward J. sackley Jr. ‘43 rIP and Mrs. lois A. sackley Mr. and Mrs. Gary V. sagui Mr. and Mrs. nicholas V. santoro Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. schuba Mrs. Beverly shaw Mr. and Mrs. James f. shea Mr. and Mrs. Karl l. singer ‘54 the siragusa foundation estate of Mr. Harry staffileno Mr. and Mrs. timothy P. sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur f. tarchala ‘32 rIP dr. charlene thomas Mr. and Mrs. christopher P. Valenti ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Michael l. Wambay Mr. and Mrs. edward I. Wanandi Mr. and Mrs. earl e. Webb Mr. and Mrs. William B. Weiss ‘37 rIP robert l. Wenger trust Mr. raymond M. White ‘32 rIP Mr. W. rockwell Wirtz Mr. and Mrs. Garry A. Woodward ‘62 Mr. James f. Woodward Jr. ‘60

Mr. William A. Abrams ‘47 rIP estate of John c. Altman ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. charles l. Anger ‘45 rIP Mr. John l. Baldwin ‘40 Mr. William A. Barnett ‘34 rIP Mr. G. duncan Bauman ‘30 rIP Mrs. dorothy Becklenberg estate of louise K. Berner Mr. and Mrs. charles d. Bishop ‘40 Mr. Ward Bourn estate of Jane M. Breen Mrs. nancy Bruzzini dr. and Mrs. James J. Burden ‘51 Mr. frank x. cagney ‘32 rIP Mr. francis J. calkins ‘28 rIP Mr. and Mrs. John r. cassin, clu ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Alessandro M. cena ‘81 Mr. charles J. chapin ‘36 rIP Mr. francis e. clarke ‘40 rIP col. and Mrs. charles W. cole ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. frank M. conley ‘26 rIP Mrs. doris corboy rIP Mr. and Mrs. Michael r. corboy ‘48 Mr. Philip H. corboy Mr. theodore e. cornell Jr. ‘38 Mr. and Mrs. daniel A. cotter ‘53 Mr. frank M. covey ‘50 rIP Mr. and Mrs. dennis M. crean ‘58 dr. sidney r. cruz rev. John J. cullinan ‘23 rIP Mr. John P. cunneen ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald t. cuny ‘27 rIP Mr. and Mrs. robert A. curley Jr. ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony c. curran ‘84 Mr. robert M. david ‘28 rIP Mr. robert J. dixon ‘62 Mr. ralph e. doane rIP Mr. terrence P. doyle ‘62 Mrs. elizabeth J. dwyer Mr. John J. dwyer rIP Mr. ralph W. emerson ‘14 rIP Mr. and Mrs. William o. feeley ‘43

Mr. and Mrs. Albert c. fellinger Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. fieberg III ‘62 Mr. George W. fitzgerald ‘23 rIP Mr. J. raymond fox ‘28 rIP Mr. and Mrs. John n. Gavin ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. John t. Geldermann ‘43 rIP and Mrs. Jane Geldermann Mr. and Mrs. thomas A. Geldermann ‘44 Mr. Joseph c. Geraghty ‘41 rIP Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Gerlach ‘51 Mr. and Mrs. richard W. Glueckert ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. John e. Grimes ‘58 Mr. William J. Halligan sr. rIP Mr. richard G. Harrington ‘44 rIP Mr. and Mrs. William J. Harris ‘21 rIP Hon. neil f. Hartigan ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. James e. Hayes ‘48 Mr. lawrence J. Hayes ‘44 rIP Mr. and Mrs. sheldon W. Hayes ‘41 rIP Mr. richard M. Hector ‘48 rIP Mr. and Mrs. lawrence Hickey ‘41 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Higgins Mr. William J. Hoffman ‘38 rIP Mr. donald e. Horton ‘63 Mr. Bruce W. Hunt ‘65 Mr. James l. Hurley ‘33 rIP Mr. William G. Hurley ‘42 rIP dr. clyde H. Jacobs ‘31 rIP and dr. elizabeth Jacobs rIP cmdr. and Mrs. Jay B. Jans ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph s. Kearney Jr. ’51 Mr. Joseph s. Kearney sr. ‘26 rIP Mr. John e. Kenny sr. ‘31 rIP Mr. donald e. laVigne ‘42 rIP and Mrs. Patricia laVigne Mr. and Mrs. robert J. leander Mr. George c. lyman Jr. ‘50 rIP Mr. and Mrs. charles J. Mann ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. robert P. Marschall ‘56 Mr. emil G. Matz ‘32 rIP Mr. and Mrs. lawrence J. McPartlin ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Meenaghan Mr. and Mrs. edward P. Morrissey ‘61 rIP

Mr. richard e. Murphy Jr. ‘44 rIP Mr. and Mrs. francis J. naphin sr. ’23 rIP Mr. William J. nugent ‘30 rIP Mr. James c. o’connor ‘24 rIP rev. robert H. oldershaw ‘54 Mr. William e. o’neil Jr. ‘33 rIP Mr. and Mrs. Malkan A. Pearlman ‘31 rIP Mr. and Mrs. daniel B. Peterson ‘79 rev. richard K. Pusch ‘56 rIP Mr. and Mrs. James P. Quinn ‘51 Mr. and Mrs. leonard f. B. reed Jr. ‘49 Mr. and Mrs. J. Philip reichmann Jr. ‘47 Mr. James P. reichmann ‘20 rIP Mr. John f. revell ‘47 rIP Mr. edward f. robinson ‘39 rIP estate of thomas J. rogers ‘46 Ms. susan d. romanski rev. George n. ross ‘55 rIP Mr. George K. ryan Jr. ‘47 rIP Mr. and Mrs. richard J. schinler ‘64 Mr. thomas G. schleiter ‘47 Mr. H. M. “Bud” schnitzius ‘41 rIP Mr. and Mrs. John t. schriver III ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. James l. schwartz ‘65 estate of John B. seng ‘57 estate of raymond A. seng ‘21 Mr. charles W. severn ‘34 rIP Mr. and Mrs. fred r. sextro ‘26 rIP estate of Mr. John W. somers ‘48 estate of rose stejskal Mr. and Mrs. Arthur f. tarchala ‘32 rIP Mr. and Mrs. robert W. tarjan ‘61 Mr. George W. Vander Vennet Jr. Mr. and Mrs. david P. Wagener ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Wambach Mr. robert l. Wenger rIP Mr. raymond M. White ‘72 rIP Mr. W. rockwell Wirtz Mr. and Mrs. John M. Woythal ‘51 Mr. Harold f. yegge ‘17 rIP Mr. richard A. youhn ‘55 rIP Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Ziebell rIP

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Fy12 Donors The donors listed in this section include unrestricted and restricted gifts received during the 20112012 fiscal year. Annual donors support Loyola in many ways, from gifts to the Annual Fund and support for endowed scholarships to participation in yearly fundraising events such as the President’s Dinner and Ramble Auction. Each year, we depend on the generosity of these donors to help us shape the hearts, minds and spirits of 2,000 young people from many Chicago-area communities.

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Buehler Mr. and Mrs. James W. lyman ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Perry M. Mandera Mr. richard A. McMenamin and Ms. Patricia J. Mulvihill Mr. and Mrs. Joseph nolan Mr. and Mrs. r. Matthew simon Mr. and Mrs. timothy P. sullivan x AV I E R C I R C L E

Mr. and Mrs. edward J. fiorentino Mr. and Mrs. david B. Kennedy ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. lee Mr. and Mrs. Michael McQuillen Mr. and Mrs. robert t. o’Brien Jr. ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. scott Perry Mr. and Mrs. t. david Van Zelst ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Wehmer ‘72 DUMBACH CIRCLE

named for loyola Academy’s founder, rev. Henry J. dumbach, sJ. Includes gifts of $15,000 to $24,999. HUMBERT CIRCLE

HUMBERT CIRCLE

named for rev. robert G. Humbert, sJ, who spent 35 years serving loyola Academy as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, headmaster and development and alumni officer. Includes gifts of $10,000 to $14,999.

Mr. and Mrs. thomas Aldrich Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Borah Mr. and Mrs. terry P. dillon Mr. and Mrs. Burtis J. dolan III ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Brian e. Johnson Amb. James c. Kenny and Mrs. Margaret M. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Kevin t. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Kurt B. Penn Mr. and Mrs. daniel P. stauder Mr. terrence truax and rev. laura truax Mr. and Mrs. robert d. Zeller

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named for st. Ignatius loyola, founder of the society of Jesus, the Ignatius circle recognizes our most generous benefactors who make annual gift commitments of $50,000 or more. x AV I E R C I R C L E

named for francis xavier, Ignatius loyola’s closest companion and great apostle to India and the far east. Includes gifts of $25,000 to $49,999. DUMBACH CIRCLE

LEGRIS CIRCLE

named for rev. Gerisime Pere legris, sJ, who served as a teacher, counselor, day camp and alumni director and chaplain at loyola Academy from 1940 to 1994. Includes gifts of $5,000 to $9,999. PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

the President’s circle recognizes benefactors who contribute $2,500 to $4,999 or more each fiscal year. FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

the founder’s circle recognizes benefactors who contribute $1,250 or more each fiscal year. P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Includes gifts of $750 to $1,249. DEAN’S CLUB

Includes gifts from $500 to $749. MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Includes gifts from $350 to $499. RAMBLER’S CLUB

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Mr. and Mrs. scott K. Ahlstrom sr. Mr. david Baker and Ms. catherine carpenter Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Boustany Mr. William J. caffrey and Mrs. Paulette Gagliardo-caffrey Mr. and Mrs. edward A. chestnut ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Bradford B. couri ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. cullen Mr. and Mrs. craig s. donohue Mr. and Mrs. James fauerbach Mr. and Mrs. steven J. fischer Mr. and Mrs. William d. forsyth III Mr. and Mrs. John f. Hartmann Mr. and Mrs. James Kanellitsas Mr. and Mrs. lawrence M. nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin odle Mr. and Mrs. thomas Parrott Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Perry Mr. and Mrs. James n. Perry Jr. Mr. and Mrs. nicholas V. santoro

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Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Baudhuin Mr. and Mrs. norman c. Butler Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. cawley Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin d. chereskin Mr. and Mrs. John G. clifford Mr. and Mrs. robert J. conway ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. richard G. daly ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. George el Zoghbi Mr. and Mrs. edward falkenhayn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. flanagan Jr. ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. david J. fox ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. roger P. Hickey ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. david l. Hill ‘79 dr. James W. Hoag and Ms. Marcia e. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Jamieson ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick t. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. stephen V. King Mr. and Mrs. thomas l. Kittle-Kamp

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin lawler Mr. Gabriel M. licastro Mr. thomas A. loftus and Mrs. Kathleen M. loftus ldM ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Mark t. Malin Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. McKerr ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. robert l. Michels ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. david G. o’neill Mr. and Mrs. John r. Perkaus sr. ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. timothy c. reynolds ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel M. rodriguez ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. ruf Mr. and Mrs. frank J. san roman III ‘81 Mr. dieter A. schmitz and Ms. Megan c. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. frank e. schmitz Mr. and Mrs. donald schoenheider Mr. and Mrs. Joseph sefton Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. shea ‘83 dr. and Mrs. John n. simons Mr. and Mrs. John sonnier Mr. and Mrs. lawrence J. thalmann III Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. tower sr. Mr. and Mrs. timothy s. Van Kirk Mr. and Mrs. thomas r. Wenzel PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. richard J. Adler Jr. ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. George Alexander Mr. and Mrs. david Archibald Mr. and Mrs. Gregory s. Bednar Mr. and Mrs. charles H. Beck Jr. Mr. James W. Blake and Ms. Kelly Morgan Mr. and Mrs. raymond W. Boesen ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. James l. Brault ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Bredemann ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. John Burke Mr. and Mrs. Brad Busscher Mr. and Mrs. daniel A. Byrne ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Brian G. callahan ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. randy d. cecola Mr. diarmaid collins and Ms. sarah Mccarthy Mr. Marc collins and dr. Madeline collins Mr. and Mrs. thomas s. cowan dr. and Ms. John J. cudecki ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Mark f. dancer Mr. and Mrs. robert J. dooley III ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. richard H. driehaus Mr. and Mrs. Patrick c. eilers dr. and Mrs. Brian foley Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gardner Mr. and Mrs. James s. Gault Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Hagen ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. craig Hardwick Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. daniel Hermann Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Hipskind Mr. and Mrs. James e. Hughes ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Peter n. Hurtgen sr. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jordan Mr. and Mrs. John c. Joyce ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kariotis Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kelley Mr. and Mrs. nicholas J. lavezzorio III ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. John K. lyons Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. Maher ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Mccarthy Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. McKeough Mr. and Mrs. William V. McMenamin ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meehan Mr. and Mrs. Michael s. Melbinger Mr. and Mrs. david Melsheimer sr. Mr. and Mrs. randall Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mark r. Muench ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mulhall Mr. stephen M. naughton and Ms. nancy e. naughton, Jd

Mr. and Mrs. G. Peter nichols Mr. and Mrs. thomas G. nickele Mr. Brian norton and dr. Kathryn Grace Mr. francis W. o’Malley and Mrs. loretta o’Malley ldM ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin o’shea Mr. John Pellouchoud and Mrs. Kristyna Pellouchoud driehaus Mr. and Mrs. david s. Petrich dr. Michael Pins and Mrs. nancy A. Pins ldM ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. erik s. Post Mr. and Mrs. scott A. rafferty Mr. and Mrs. edward reardon Mr. and Mrs. James J. rushin Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. schufreider ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. James A. seymour Mr. and Mrs. Gregory s. shearson Mr. len siegal and Ms. cathy stix Mr. and Mrs. Joseph sowa Mr. and Mrs. John B. thomas Mr. and Mrs. larry thuet Mr. and Mrs. daniel l. timm ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Walsh III ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. christopher s. Wright Mr. and Mrs. david J. Wuertz ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. thomas Zidar FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anton Mr. and Mrs. Paul l. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Brian Avery Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Babcock sr. Mr. and Mrs. terrence M. Belton Mr. and Mrs. James Brady Mr. and Mrs. david Brett Ms. Gina M. capitanini Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. carini III ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. stephen carlotti Mr. and Mrs. richard G. cenar ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. condon ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. considine Mr. and Mrs. Joseph l. dahm Mr. and Mrs. John P. dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Mario J. donato ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. thomas drouillard Mr. and Mrs. larkin s. flanagan ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh c. floyd Mr. and Mrs. Kelly ford Mr. and Mrs. Martin Garrity Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. John c. Graham dr. and Mrs. John J. Grayhack Mr. and Mrs. thomas W. Halloran ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. robert e. Harrington Jr. ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Hick Mr. and Mrs. James Hoban Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Holihan ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. Huffman Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. timothy e. Kemper ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. david P. Kendzior Mr. and Mrs. david J. Klusendorf Mr. and Mrs. William H. lecompte Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. lynch ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. richard lyons Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Marren Ms. Mary M. Mcdonnell Mr. and Mrs. John K. McMahon Mr. and Mrs. eric Mollman dr. and Mrs. Mauricio Morales Mr. and Mrs. James M. Moriarity Mr. John M. Murphy and Mrs. catherine B. Murphy ldM ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. neumeyer Mr. and Mrs. Mark c. nichol Mr. and Mrs. Brian e. o’Brien Mr. and Mrs. richard f. o’Malley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. edmund J. orr Jr. ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. George A. Pandaleon

Mr. and Mrs. christian Pappas Mr. Jay J. Poydence and Mrs. eileen M. Poydence ldM ‘80 Mr. Gary rogaliner and dr. Jane nani dr. ferdinand B. schiappa ‘72 and dr. deborah A. schiappa Mr. and Mrs. steven W. skinner ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. eugene smith dr. and Mrs. Walter stadler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph c. stevens Mr. and Mrs. Matthew suhey Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey tallis Mr. and Mrs. douglas t. thompson ‘86 dr. James H. toraason and dr. deborah A. toraason Mr. and Mrs. timothy Van solkema dr. nicholas Volpe and dr. francesca Mattone-Volpe Mr. and Mrs. John r. Weiss ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. stephen r. Wetoska ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. thomas Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Zaccari Jr. P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

dr. and Mrs. Bruce P. Barger Mr. and Mrs. Brad Bernstein Ms. Patricia M. Bidwill dr. thomas Bordignon and dr. Josephine Bordignon Mr. and Mrs. edward f. Bowen Jr. ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. John Bruckner Mr. and Mrs. francis carroll Mr. and Mrs. Mark chesney Mr. and Mrs. H. Glen clarke III ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph cronin Mr. and Mrs. todd ehlman Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. evans Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. finn Mr. and Mrs. steven d. funkhouser Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gatti ‘84 Mrs. Geri M. Gaughan Mr. John George and Ms. Jenny lampshire Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Gleason ‘83 dr. and Mrs. Gavin J. Green Mr. and Mrs. James Gruber Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Haracz ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. theodore B. Heldring Mr. and Mrs. shaun Hussey Mr. and Mrs. John d. Iglar Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery H. Jacobs ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. John t. Joyce ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard P. Kane Jr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Kluckman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kubicek dr. and Mrs. robert Kummerer Mr. and Mrs. John l. Kurkowski ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. James t. Mangan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Mcfadden Mr. and Mrs. sean H. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Migely ‘84 Mr. Michael l. Monticello ‘85 and Ms. Karin ulstrup Mr. and Mrs. richard A. Mozack dr. and Mrs. Michael J. nick Mr. and Mrs. Peter s. Papakyriacou Mr. and Mrs. William H. Phelan Jr. ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. lazar P. raynal Mr. and Mrs. Kurt reichert Mr. and Mrs. robert W. ruebenson Mr. and Mrs. robert russell Mr. and Mrs. robert e. sampey Jr. Mr. david e. scherer and dr. Martha scherer Mr. and Mrs. frank G. scopelliti Mr. and Mrs. James e. sexton Mr. and Mrs. John A. sharp Jr. dr. and Mrs. Philip H. sheridan Jr. ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Peter c. skarzynski


dr. and Mrs. John J. skowron Jr. ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. James sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Peter d. sullivan ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. douglas P. thomas Mr. and Mrs. douglas t. thompson ‘86 Mr. Philip trimble rIP and Mrs. Jennifer trimble Mr. and Mrs. stanislaw urbaniak Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Veech Mr. and Mrs. douglas e. Wambach Mr. and Mrs. Martin Watts Mr. Jerome Wiecek and Ms. Vicki evers Mr. scott Williams Mr. and Mrs. lincoln Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Witkowski DEAN’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. Michael d. Abrahamson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Armstrong Mr. terrence P. Bannon ‘71 and Ms. Barbara A. Kilian Mr. and Mrs. thomas f. Boleky Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Braasch Jr. ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Busch Mr. Guy chipparoni and Ms. rebecca ruff Mr. and Mrs. thomas cutler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph f. delaney Mr. and Mrs. stephen P. disilvestro Mr. and Mrs. Anthony r. donato ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick l. dowdle ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. richard J. dowdle ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. stephen x. foley Jr. ‘77 Mr. Jim B. ford rIP Mr. edward W. Hanhardt ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hogan Mr. and Mrs. robert d. Horne Mr. and Mrs. Joseph r. Hovanec Mr. and Mrs. robert J. langill ‘81 Mr. William M. Hoffmann and Ms. Beth M. linnen Mr. Glenn V. lombardi and Ms. Mary K. Brinati Mr. and Mrs. William f. lynch Jr. Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Mr. and Mrs. Paul f. Matousek Mr. and Mrs. William Mccabe Mr. and Mrs. Jose Mejia Mr. and Mrs. daniel Melson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Miller Mr. and Mrs. charles J. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. noel Murtagh Mr. and Mrs. thomas K. nash ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. casey J. newell Mr. and Mrs. John P. nicholas Mr. and Mrs. Bradd W. o’Brien Mr. and Mrs. James o’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. o’Brien Mr. timothy d. o’Brien ‘84 and Ms. Aimee Meccia Mr. and Mrs. John e. o’donnell II dr. Kenneth o’riordan and dr. yvonne curran dr. and Mrs. Milan n. Pastuovic Mr. and Mrs. P. Marc Poggioli Mr. and Mrs. timothy G. Pontarelli ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. robert d. randolph Jr. Mr. and Mrs. sherman f. reynolds ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. William A. roever III Mr. and Mrs. John saliba Mr. and Mrs. Anton t. schirmang sr. ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. timothy M. schulte Mr. and Mrs. Gerard M. shannon Mr. and Mrs. ronald W. sheble ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Michael t. shewchuck Mr. and Mrs. craig sinclair Mr. Peter stack and Ms. lorna scott Mr. and Mrs. Peter f. steger sr. ‘75

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry tritsis MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. Barr Mr. and Mrs. Andrzej Bil Mr. William r. Brandstrader ‘88 and Mrs. Joanne l. Brandstrader ldM ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Michael r. carroll Mr. and Mrs. Joseph cosgrove Mr. and Mrs. christopher day Mr. and Mrs. John disilvestro Mr. and Mrs. carey M. dowdle ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. eric fridman Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Galanis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph c. Giampetroni Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hagedorn ‘86 Mr. david e. Haracz ‘79 and Ms. Mary s. dolan Mr. and Mrs. John r. Joyce sr. Mr. and Mrs. John f. Kelly ‘83 Mrs. Karen Kennedy Ms. susan Mackenzie Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Moran Mr. and Mrs. steven B. owen Mr. and Mrs. steven P. Petersen ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. christopher W. rule Mr. and Mrs. christopher Zadina RAMBLER’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. rajan s. Ahmad Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Alexopoulos Mr. and Mrs. daniel Allen Mr. and Mrs. roberto Alvarado Ms. carol Bagley Mr. and Mrs. lawrence A. Ball Ms. lynn Bednar Mr. and Mrs. Jason Berne Mrs. Maria Bieniek Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Boucher Mr. and Mrs. James P. Boyle ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. theodore Brombach Mr. and Mrs. Michael s. carlin ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. eduard caushaj Mr. J. t. cerney ‘71 Mr. douglas J. clingan ‘85 and dr. Beth A. clingan Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. crawford Mr. Giusseppe di Prizio and Ms. Bertha Magana Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth donofrio Mr. and Mrs. Mark eastman Mr. and Mrs. david B. fallon Jr. ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. tony faoro Mr. and Mrs. Mark fedorak Mr. thomas e. festle and Ms. Jackie A. Hair Mr. Patrick fitzgerald and Ms. Mary Krigbaum Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. flocco Mr. and Mrs. Marc P. franson Mr. and Mrs. robert funck Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Gaughan Mrs. Mary Beth Ginley Mr. and Mrs. thomas s. Gordon III Mr. John W. Haben ’74 and Mrs. Mary Anne Haben ldM ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Hartman Mr. and Mrs. daniel J. Hartnett Mr. and Mrs. thomas W. Hay Mr. James Higley Mr. and Mrs. John c. Hitt Jr. ‘83 Mr. J. Michael Joyce IV Mr. and Mrs. randall c. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. raymond P. Knoll ‘77 dr. and Mrs. chris e. Krueger dds Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Kubon Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Kuchuris ‘86

dr. and Mrs. Henry Kurzydlowski Hon. and Mrs. robert Kuzas Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kyle Jr. ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. daniel f. lally Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. laughlin ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Mark leaman Mr. and Mrs. charles J. leBrun Mr. William l. lederer Jr. and Mrs. Mary o. lederer ldM ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. edward lines Mr. samuel Manella Mr. and Mrs. John M. Maunsell Mr. and Mrs. Brian t. Mccormack ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. John P. McGarrity Mr. and Mrs. Brendan P. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. rodger Mcnaughton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. McQuillen Mr. and Mrs. dan Michalek Mr. thomas Migala dr. and Mrs. robert e. Molloy Jr. Mr. Wayne t. Montague and Mrs. Julie d. Montague ldM ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. charles s. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Julian Murphy Mrs. Kathryn Murphy Ms. nancy c. naab Mr. Barry nelson and Ms. Heidi Martin Mr. richard M. netzel and Mrs. Kathy M. netzel ldM ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. nimrod III ‘73 Hon. and Mrs. terrence J. o’Brien ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph orr Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Pillion Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Pujals Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. reckamp Mr. and Mrs. ross richards Mr. steven A. ring and Ms. Jennifer A. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. scala Mr. and Mrs. david schaefer Mr. and Mrs. James c. schatz Mr. and Mrs. daniel t. schermerhorn ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Mark schneider Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. schueler Mr. and Mrs. thomas W. sexton III ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. fred K. smart Mr. and Mrs. James M. snediker sr. ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. stanton ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. James H. stoner Mr. and Mrs. James r. sullivan ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. John sutehall Mr. and Mrs. Matthew taylor Mr. and Mrs. d. c. tierney Mr. Philip trimble rIP Mr. and Mrs. Michael turro Mr. and Mrs. George tzanetopoulos Mr. and Mrs. frank Vance Mr. and Mrs. robert G. Vanecko ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Weber Mr. thomas J. Wimbiscus and Mrs. Maureen A. Wimbiscus ldM ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. robert e. Zahorik ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zinkula OTHER DONORS

Ms. Margaret M. (lauf) Anderson ldM ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. Ahern Mr. and Mrs. Michael s. Akey dr. and Mrs. Ghassan Aldurra Mr. and Mrs. William Andersen Mr. and Mrs. cesar Arocho Ms. Monica Bacon Mr. Michael Bagley Mr. and Mrs. Hootan Bahmandeji Mr. and Mrs. carl r. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Banks, Phd Mr. and Mrs. John Bascon-o’connel Mr. and Mrs. david W. Bavlsik Mr. and Mrs. louis Benedetto Mr. and Mrs. scott c. Bentivenga ‘81

dr. ernesto Bongarzone and dr. Maria Givogri Mr. thomas Bonnel and Mrs. Kathleen r. Bonnel ldM ‘74 Mr. Gregory J. eisinger and Mrs. Jeanne G. Borscha-eisinger ldM ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bosak Ms. deirdre cody Brekke Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Brown Jr. ‘83 Ms. Gabrielle M. Buckley ldM ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Buckley capt. and Mrs. terrence e. Burke ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. James carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Brian charron Mr. and Mrs. Michael choate dr. and Mrs. scott B. cienkus ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. neal clark Mr. and Mrs. Michael e. collins Mr. and Mrs. tom collins Mrs. lynn M. composto Mr. steven J. composto dr. and Mrs. Michael l. connolly ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Michael conway Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. corbett Jr. ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. douglas e. croft sr. Mr. and Mrs. thomas croisant Ms. susan curran Mr. and Mrs. James V. daffada Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. daniels sr. Ms. Margareth davies Mr. and Mrs. John decorrevont Mr. and Mrs. Ian de Hueck Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. dezell Mr. and Mrs. dino c. di Giovanni Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin dooley Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. dormin ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. raymond J. dowdle Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. doyle ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. thomas f. dreher Mr. Joseph r. dudzik and Ms. Mary clare cunniff Mr. and Mrs. thomas dunham Mr. and Mrs. daniel J. durkin ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. dwyer ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Ashor elia Mr. and Mrs. thomas elliott Mr. and Mrs. Jesse eng Mrs. Angela c. estey Mr. and Mrs. Bernard fabre Mr. and Mrs. carlos farfan Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. fay Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. feifar ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. timothy t. feldheim Mr. and Mrs. Gary fesalvo Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. finnegan Jr. Ms. Patricia fitzgibbons Mr. and Mrs. Michael s. flanagan ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan M. foley ‘83 dr. stephen folga and dr. Anna folga Mr. and Mrs. david A. fox Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth fox Mr. and Mrs. Michael freeman Mr. and Mrs. Michael fuller Ms. Anne B. Galassini Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gambacorta ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. larry M. Gamber ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Gary W. Gavula Mr. and Mrs. richard Geary Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Glavin Jr. ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gloeckle Mr. and Mrs. Andrew c. Goldberg ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. scott Graf Mr. Anthony Graffeo and Ms. roberta Bartik Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Graham Mr. and Mrs. cliff Grant Mr. and Mrs. christopher t. Griffith

Mr. and Mrs. William Hague Mr. and Mrs. trent Hamerlinck Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Harrington ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heinen Mr. and Mrs. Michael l. Henn Mr. and Mrs. John Hennessy Mr. and Mrs. raul f. Heredia ‘77 Mrs. tricia l. Hermes Mr. and Mrs. John Hess Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Hodur ‘80 Mr. thomas J. Holmberg Jr. Mr. and Mrs. dean Honda Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hortness Mr. and Mrs. Michael Horton dr. and Mrs. Brian Huettl Mr. Michael Hultquist and Ms. Kate Grundin Mr. and Mrs. christopher Hynes Ms. Maureen M. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. christopher l. Janssen Mr. and Mrs. Brad J. Jaros Mr. and Mrs. david G. Jones ‘68 Ms. Janet Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Zbigniew Kaluzny dr. and Mrs. John c. Kaminski Mr. and Mrs. timothy P. Kane ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kapetan Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Kennedy ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Mark t. Kindelin Mr. and Mrs. Kerry J. Kirland ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kreb Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. Kulis Mr. and Mrs. Keith larson Mr. and Mrs. randy lauer Ms. Alice lee Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. leVert Mr. and Mrs. otto A. lopez Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. lynch ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard lyons Mr. Joseph Madonia and Ms. e. lynn Grayson Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Maloney Mrs. Mary c. Manahan Mr. stephen r. Manahan Mr. and Mrs. Michael c. Manganaro sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Marren Mr. and Mrs. charles M. Martell ‘94 Mr. and Mrs. luis M. Martinez ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. daniel Martinus Mr. and Mrs. Kazimierz Mazurek Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. McBride Mr. and Mrs. William evert Mcclintic Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mccormack Mr. and Mrs. Kevin t. McGarvey Mr. and Mrs. Michael V. Mclaughlin Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. McPike Mr. and Mrs. richard J. Melnick Mr. and Mrs. chris Mercouris Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Michalek ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. eric r. Miller Ms. charleen Mills Mr. and Mrs. scott Moore Mr. and Mrs. richard Moroni Mr. and Mrs. James Morrissey Mr. James Mueller and Ms. catherine Balentine Mr. and Mrs. lee n. Mugnolo Mr. and Mrs. James d. Murphy III Mr. and Mrs. terrence Murphy Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Murray Jr. dr. and Mrs. thomas e. Murray ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. James P. nally ‘77 Mr. Vernon o. sebby and Mrs. Mary Anne nash sebby ldM ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Pius newell Mr. and Mrs. ronald J. nierzwicki ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. timothy G. novak Mr. and Mrs. Patrick o’connell

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parents continued Mr. and Mrs. Patrick l. o’connor Mr. and Mrs. donald l. ocwieja Mr. and Mrs. david s. o’dea Mrs. Mary l. o’doherty Mr. and Mrs. david G. o’donoghue ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. timothy A. o’donohue Mr. and Mrs. daryl J. okrzesik Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey l. olin Mr. and Mrs. norton o’Meara Mr. and Mrs. John J. o’sullivan Mr. leo owens and Ms. Mary rashford Mr. and Mrs. lawrence d. Panozzo Mr. and Mrs. thomas Petros Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. remo Picchietti Mr. and Mrs. Vincent d. Pinelli ‘71 Mr. Michael Prah and Ms. ellen Mcraith Mr. and Mrs. Mariusz Pydych Ms. Mary B. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. rago Mr. and Mrs. daniel f. rahill Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth rechtoris Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. reger ‘83 Mr. Gregory P. reilly Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. rejebian Ms. Kim ribordy Mr. and Mrs. christopher s. rigg Mr. and Mrs. William f. riordan Mr. and Mrs. Michael rivera Mrs. Michelle robinson-duff Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. rourke ‘83 Ms. Julie M. ruddy Mr. thomas M. ruddy Mr. and Mrs. daniel K. ryan Mr. and Mrs. John sabalaskey Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. saletta ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. francis samuelson Mr. and Mrs. Michael e. schamberger Mr. and Mrs. fredrick schaupp dr. robert A. scheidt and dr. laura Haugh scheidt Mr. and Mrs. robert J. schnetzler Mr. rahul shah and dr. shobha shah Mr. and Mrs. stephen shiel Mr. and Mrs. charles smith Mr. and Mrs. carlos soria Jr. Mr. and Mrs. don o. spagnolo ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth P. spina ‘80 Ms. Monique stevens Mr. William M. stover ‘64 and Mrs. Mary t. stover ldM ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. daniel c. stralka ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. steven J. strobel Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey t. stuart Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. sullivan ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. John talaga Mr. and Mrs. samuel tong Ms. Jennifer turner dr. robert A. uhland and dr. Mary uhland Mr. and Mrs. James Van Horn Mr. Andrew Wachtel and dr. elizabeth calihan Mr. and Mrs. robert M. Walker Mr. and Mrs. thomas Walsh Mr. and Mrs. leonard e. Webster Mr. and Mrs. richard H. Wehman Jr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. lee Weisgal Mr. frank J. Weisz Mr. and Mrs. donald l. Wheeler Jr. ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. White Mr. and Mrs. Brent White Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wright Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. yardley Jr. Mrs. laura A. yasko Mr. christopher J. Zaker and dr. christina r. Zaker Ms. Kimberly M. Zeman-Walker

Alumni

Class of

Class of

Class Participation 7.1%

1931

x AV I E R C I R C L E

clyde H. Jacobs rIP

Class of

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

richard W. larkin

francis J. Gerlits

RAMBLER’S CLUB

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

thomas A. Mcdermott

frank A. connolly Jr.

x AV I E R C I R C L E

OTHER DONORS

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

donald e. laVigne rIP

James e. Brennwald

Arthur r. Greenwood

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Class of

RAMBLER’S CLUB

1942

raymond f. Goodrich rIP FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

1934

frank J. rothing rIP RAMBLER’S CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

HUMBERT CIRCLE

raymond A. Mcdermott Jr.

louis J. Glunz III

William A. Barnett rIP

OTHER DONORS

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Class of

John f. Kennedy

John J. schornack charles A. Whittingham

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Class Participation 23.4%

Jack B. Allen John H. chamberlain James W. Martin Jr. richard n. theriault OTHER DONORS

1943

DEAN’S CLUB

Class Participation 16.7%

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Bruce A. Berens

RAMBLER’S CLUB

John A. Hafner

cushman B. Bissell Jr. James P. coulon G. t. delahunty James J. lesniak William t. loughman Michael J. Mcnulty robert c. simon James B. strong Gerard J. theisen

DEAN’S CLUB

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Class of

John l. donoghue

robert t. o’Brien robert f. stephan

OTHER DONORS

OTHER DONORS

robert A. esser richard r. otter

Joseph c. fenner robert J. spencer robert B. Wall

1937

Class Participation 36.4% P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Class of

1938

Class Participation 12.5% RAMBLER’S CLUB

theodore e. cornell Jr.

Class of

Class of

1944

Class Participation 16.7% HUMBERT CIRCLE

OTHER DONORS

thomas A. Geldermann

John M. Mcnally

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Class of

1939

Class Participation 9.5% RAMBLER’S CLUB

Joseph l. Waldvogel OTHER DONORS

Philip A. schaack

Class of

1940

Class Participation 17.4% I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

charles J. conroy rIP LEGRIS CIRCLE

robert e. Gallagher rIP P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

James W. o’Hara OTHER DONORS

robert P. lawrenz robert c. o’Brien J. s. tyrrell

Class of

1941

Class Participation 3.1% x AV I E R C I R C L E

H. M. schnitzius rIP RAMBLER’S CLUB

leonard r. niemiec

Joseph J. Bredemann sr. RAMBLER’S CLUB

louis J. Boveri daniel J. Heffernan edwin f. langhenry

James J. Maloney

raymond t. denten robert J. foley robert H. Garmoe edward J. Gorny Michael P. Wrenn

Harold r. lifvendahl John J. McHugh Philip o. White Jr.

Class of

robert c. lane

1948

Class Participation 22.7% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

edwin l. ryan Jr.

DEAN’S CLUB

James B. cloonan William J. corbett III RAMBLER’S CLUB

DEAN’S CLUB

f. r. Kerrigan MAROON AND GOLD CLUB RAMBLER’S CLUB

James J. Bransfield James d. Hodapp edward c. spellman OTHER DONORS

richard M. citti charles M. collins Jr. James M. daly II e. r. egloff James c. Martin Jr. richard A. ritter frank J. seidl

Class of

charles J. Homan f. V. lahart Alan W. Mccarthy leonard G. o’connor Jr. rIP frederick H. Pape John A. Wolf

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

DEAN’S CLUB

Joseph s. Kearney Jr.

Class Participation 8.3%

Marshal I. McMahon thomas P. o’Malley

robert d. McHugh

charles r. Bauer nicholas e. Bedessem William B. Bowen John J. Burns Joseph B. connolly charles V. falkenberg Jr. Gerald G. Gotsch Jack c. Krause James A. Mcdonough, oP robert K. Murphy richard n. sweeny robert J. Weaver sr.

1946

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Warren W. furey III

OTHER DONORS

Class of

James c. dowdle

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

RAMBLER’S CLUB

richard J. Garrity J. M. Hartnett Bruce r. Jagor edmund B. Josler francis J. Maloney John c. tobin

I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

charles A. feit James G. Gannon James t. Mcdonald J. P. reichmann Jr. thomas G. schleiter Peter P. Weidenbruch Jr.

Albert A. Hoffman Jr.

OTHER DONORS

Class Participation 22.3%

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

donald J. dodereau robert J. Haselsteiner daniel J. Kehoe John J. lane J. J. McGowan Jr.

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

1952

edward G. denten

OTHER DONORS

raymond l. Berry Jr.

Class Participation 20.7%

Class of

Patrick B. Brady

louis J. desmet James e. Quinn John M. reed oliver A. Williams Jr.

1945

James A. coleman roy l. fabbrini Jr. Peter d. fitzgerald Mark J. Gamber stuart c. Harvey daniel J. McMahon Joseph f. o’donnell, csc Arthur J. roth III richard c. schleiter James H. thureson

x AV I E R C I R C L E

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Class of

1950

OTHER DONORS

Class Participation 17.3%

OTHER DONORS

George M. Baker

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1947

B. M. Pallasch John c. Pinter Jr. James J. schumann

Class of

1949

Class Participation 21.8% LEGRIS CIRCLE

robert l. Berner Jr. PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

thomas e. caestecker

1951

Class Participation 32.2% DUMBACH CIRCLE

James J. Burden Paul J. Gerlach James P. Quinn FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

richard J. Mizerny laurence t. youhn MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

ronald M. Pontius G. G. roberson Jr. George d. rounsaville richard e. shea RAMBLER’S CLUB

John B. Barranco charles e. fox Jerome n. Groark William J. Juneau James M. Killian John e. Mccann Jr. William J. newell

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

fred r. egloff thomas P. feit James d. shurr RAMBLER’S CLUB

Gerald r. Blake ralph d. considine James H. ferguson leo P. finn ronald e. Hillenbrand theodore P. Kral thomas l. Mcraith Jr. OTHER DONORS

richard H. considine John A. degnan George A. lane, sJ Alan e. samuelson William A. stanmeyer James J. Ward leroy J. Wood rIP

Class of

1953

Class Participation 22.5% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

richard A. shantz P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

robert l. Mccarthy rIP James J. o’sullivan Jr. MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

robert B. Abele, usn (ret) RAMBLER’S CLUB

ronald A. carr Peter f. Gamber William e. Haberkorn George B. Kearney John t. Kennedy edwin B. Mcconville Jr. robert M. niesen William t. tietz lambert J. VonBank


OTHER DONORS

William c. Mcfarland

George J. dramis Jr. eugene d. feit thomas M. finnegan earl J. freise Kevin P. Glynn thomas J. Henry William e. Marshall John W. Peters edmund n. sajewski John H. scheid leo J. sheridan Jr. ralph V. Warble richard H. Whelan

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class of

1954

Class Participation 23.0% LEGRIS CIRCLE

John d. norcross robert P. Perkaus Jr. FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

James t. Bolan P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Kurt f. lang John e. owens Jr. Peter J. Wrenn DEAN’S CLUB

terrence J. Maclean eugene P. sinclair MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Jerome l. duffy Kenneth J. Printen RAMBLER’S CLUB

John t. Bycraft III Joseph f. de Groote raymond H. drymalski frederick P. Geyser Jr. duane J. Murner timothy J. Murtaugh III edward G. o’Malley John W. Philbin George c. Poedtke William J. rooney OTHER DONORS

M. J. casey, sJ charles f. caufield samuel t. cowling Albert J. Glueckert frank A. Healy J. P. Irmiter Kenneth r. Jansen Walter A. ovaert John c. schaffer John f. smith III William J. tansey James f. Walsh

david s. Mann William J. nellis

Patrick J. Kearney William A. McIntosh

Class Participation 20.3%

LEGRIS CIRCLE

John e. callahan

Brian B. Whalen

DEAN’S CLUB

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Henry J. feeley Jr. John A. o’loughlin Joseph A. toland Jr.

frank J. Hogan III William M. Plante P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

edward A. Heberg Jr. John t. nugent robert P. o’Meara DEAN’S CLUB

daniel r. considine Barrett J. Gleixner

John d. Weides, usMc (ret) P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Henry e. Mawicke thomas J. o’Keefe

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

RAMBLER’S CLUB

richard f. Geimer J. M. Gira Philip r. Murtaugh

James A. Biggins Michael B. Bolan edward W. fitzgerald Jr. richard W. Glueckert Martin J. Harty James H. Hughes Philip J. Jones James J. salvatore John A. stemwedel

RAMBLER’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

Class Participation 23.3%

david r. Bryant edward M. colbach eugene e. duda richard d. Henderson lawrence A. Pirovano Michael t. Wiegand

I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

OTHER DONORS

Armand r. capdevielle dennis M. cunneen ralph J. Kownacki robert A. lloyd Bruce e. noble Philip t. o’connor Peter shepherd

William f. dooley

robert l. Gerich Mose J. Glynn denis J. owens louis H. scherb david e. sieben Vincent d. Vinci sr. Karl J. youtsey, Phd

OTHER DONORS

John c. Brons Gerald f. Burke robert J. dunne Jr. otto A. Kreuzer thomas A. rubel

Class of

1956

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Jay l. doty James s. Hogan sr. edward J. McAdams III FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

thomas J. cavanagh charles A. Hodapp, usn (ret) P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

James H. cronin Jr. thomas e. Kneafsey robert J. stankiewicz robert f. toland William J. trapp DEAN’S CLUB

edward t. Kennedy III J. t. solon MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

frank J. cihak lawrence Z. Greenley RAMBLER’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

1959

DUMBACH CIRCLE

LEGRIS CIRCLE

Michael c. Mcconville rIP

Class Participation 18.8%

Class of

timothy J. casey Jr. John t. dempsey John r. Griffin richard A. lahart norman P. lind John f. littau Peter M. Marino W. r. Mccarty Jr. Gerald J. McGivern ralph W. Murphy richard c. nagle John M. o’Brien Jerome e. schoen owen G. shive James r. stark

Class Participation 20.7%

1955

1957

George B. smith Jeffrey r. Vertenten

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Gary K. Burger James t. ferrini John r. fitzpatrick A. M. Kakuska robert P. Marschall Patrick A. Murphy Jerome c. neyer William P. o’Keefe Jr. James P. tasto, Md

Class of

Class of

Alexander J. degrand thomas A. Kloempken John d. McBride richard P. Merrill Joseph s. Morrissey c. B. o’carroll John f. o’Keefe tom Prucher

DEAN’S CLUB

John J. Garvey terrence e. leonard MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class of

1958

Class Participation 16.8% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

P. W. Ziebell

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Patrick J. Barry John t. crilly RAMBLER’S CLUB

John H. Andrews Wilbert f. crowley Vincent r. daley Jr. Michael A. Hanlon robert J. Isbell raymond t. o’Keefe III William c. Weinsheimer OTHER DONORS

James H. Black Jr. charles J. Budinger Bernard A. Hennig Jr. Anton r. Iberle James P. Mccarthy Jr. sheldon H. Moore John s. o’callaghan Marc A. savard

Patrick c. Gibbons, Phd William J. Grennan Michael l. Griffin timothy e. Griffin Jay s. Kramer Martin J. lane J. B. Mcdonnell James r. Mcdonnell richard n. Miller George c. stoll

DEAN’S CLUB

RAMBLER’S CLUB

William s. Barranco Jr. richard J. Bowles robert J. Braasch Michael K. cox dwight d. fisher John P. Gottschalk Anselm J. Harrison, cPA Patrick d. Kelly robert e. Kelly Jr. Bart W. Korb George W. luetkemeyer Michael J. Maloney Harry f. Mcdonagh robert J. Murphy Jr. James f. Penfold Paul smith clifford J. smoluch Garry A. Woodward

OTHER DONORS

DEAN’S CLUB

Hubert l. Buss Paul M. drucker John t. fitzgerald Albert J. Grossmann Peter d. Jost John e. Mack William W. Mangione thomas l. Phinney Andrew W. runge Alexander J. topp III James P. Walsh Jr.

Class Participation 10.4% HUMBERT CIRCLE

timothy J. leahy

carl M. Buss Michael M. o’Brien MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

RAMBLER’S CLUB

thomas s. dina terence P. leahy

DEAN’S CLUB

James f. Woodward Jr.

1960

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

DEAN’S CLUB

James H. Babler Warren J. Busscher John d. Byrnes Jr. francis V. cook robert J. dixon dennis M. donovan e. J. doyle III John f. Hamilton Paul W. Hitzelberger edward d. Meintzer francis J. Murtha James A. Quinn Michael P. richer George J. schaefer rIP robert f. sennott Jr.

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Class of

James s. Baumstark, usn (ret) Arthur B. collins Patrick t. driscoll Jr. thomas K. leahy

John e. Grimes Gerard A. swick

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Keith e. Alley ronald V. Berger dennis J. Glynn Vincent J. Graham Jr. thomas M. Joyce craig J. leonard robert f. leslie John f. lotito lawrence J. McPartlin robert A. schultz stephen J. sennott cornelius J. sullivan robert J. thornton terence J. tighe

dennis M. Amaturo Bernard J. Browe charles r. Harrity Michael J. Hogan Patrick W. Kennedy thomas A. Kirsch William A. lennon robert P. lowell John f. Mccormick Mark d. McMurrough ralph K. nottoli denis B. o’Keefe James s. steffens John l. Wilhelm

dennis M. crean John J. Kottra

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

George t. coleman John H. Gerding, dds OTHER DONORS

edwin r. dunn Joseph c. lane f. M. stockreiter

Class of

1961

Class Participation 29.6%

Class of

1962

Class Participation 27.8% HUMBERT CIRCLE

l. r. Pasquesi James r. Voss LEGRIS CIRCLE

Paul W. Boltz

edward W. Bough Paul H. fieberg III carl J. Gebuhr George J. Keefe rIP Michael K. Murtaugh James K. toohey

LEGRIS CIRCLE

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

richard A. devine George f. seidenbecker

thomas M. Blake edmund r. donoghue, Md r. l. Mccaffrey edward A. oehler

DUMBACH CIRCLE

robert W. tarjan HUMBERT CIRCLE

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

James B. Blacklidge James M. Hayes FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

daniel J. cahill William r. sullivan Jr.

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

terrence P. doyle Gerald e. egan John e. flatley

William t. Breen robert W. Hahn Peter J. Kane James l. lyons robert H. Wozniak MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

George t. cenar Jr. RAMBLER’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

ernest r. Buckly richard o. castro edward J. fitzgerald Jr. John f. Gorman John l. Hayes J. d. Hofherr frederick d. Keady robert W. Kepner Jr. Peter J. lynch III robert J. Maurer James V. o’connor James M. o’loughlin William r. Pendergast Bernard e. Pettinger thomas K. Plunkett Joseph M. robinson Michael P. scott James A. Vertenten John t. Walsh edward M. Zuchowski

Class of

1963

Class Participation 8.3% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

richard M. Jordan FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

daniel V. considine lee t. Polk P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Philip J. Butzen Brian J. redding

honor roLL of donors

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DEAN’S CLUB

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

charles H. Ketteman norman x. raidl richard e. segerson John A. stevens

John J. langdon

Michael n. cannizzaro sr. Mark K. lahey

James M. McMenamin david t. tan

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Glenn s. forbes

Mark s. seeberg

Class of

RAMBLER’S CLUB

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

stephen d. Killian thomas M. lera James l. schwartz

John P. cunneen robert B. Hamilton John B. sheridan

OTHER DONORS

DEAN’S CLUB

charles r. Beauregard Jr. Paul d. Buckley Patrick J. deeley Jr. Joseph W. Koss Brian P. Kozlowski John t. rank Michael e. roeder daniel t. rooney James B. russo norbert J. Wojtanowski Michael J. Zasiebida

John e. dwyer III William t. o’donnell Jr. William f. Poland

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

robert d. riedy Philip G. sunderland RAMBLER’S CLUB

Jeffrey H. Markey ralph K. Packard OTHER DONORS

Konrad Gerstenbrand John r. Graham francis t. Kirwin loren r. Miller III James J. nagle raymond J. Podlasek James c. runkle

Class of

1964

Class Participation 11.5%

Class of

1966

LEGRIS CIRCLE

Class Participation 12.0%

John n. Gavin

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

John A. dowdle Jr.

Philip A. Marineau

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

thomas d. foley Brian P. McIntyre christopher Q. stephan charles A. thorsen III

George c. delaney Jr. Michael J. Hogan Vincent c. scully III thomas f. White P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Brian f. crowe James f. foley robert d. leydon DEAN’S CLUB

William H. edwards Jr. thomas J. Giallanza James c. Kleeman James M. Mann RAMBLER’S CLUB

e. P. dunn robert J. Krueger Alexander t. McIntosh Philip Mcnally thomas J. Mikos Barry J. Mitchell ronald A. Papini Michael J. Pettinger stephen t. Quinn robert G. ratcliffe Jr. lawrence H. rubly James f. segerson Gregory d. stevens OTHER DONORS

richard n. Altieri frederic d. floberg robert B. foreman Paul c. Konold Joseph r. lentino John H. Moran Jr. William M. stover John M. struhar Jr. charles K. swanson

Class of

1965

Class Participation 6.0% FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

James r. flaherty John B. sullivan

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Kevin G. lynch James A. smith Jr. Joseph J. Weicher

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ronald l. Binnebose Matthew J. Hayes Jr. RAMBLER’S CLUB

Jerome l. Gavin david K. Mcnulty Michael s. Meyers William c. Perlitz richard c. rushkewicz OTHER DONORS

Michael H. dann James W. ford James c. Hayes Adrian Ivancevich richard H. leehr W. t. lynch timothy J. Meyer William e. Muno John e. Zarek

Class of

1968

Class Participation 8.1%

DEAN’S CLUB

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Paul t. Prikos Anthony W. savino Mark d. steffens

Mathias A. Klein III

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

lawrence J. eiden Mark G. Jacobs Patrick B. nuccio Keith P. schoeneberger RAMBLER’S CLUB

DUMBACH CIRCLE

Patrick B. Kenny HUMBERT CIRCLE

William J. doyle LEGRIS CIRCLE

Joseph e. Valenti Jr. FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Class Participation 8.6%

William c. Mitchell Jr.

robert J. Klein richard W. Mortell Jr. daniel P. nolan Matthew f. o’connor frederick J. o’laughlin Philip J. ryan robert e. strunck

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

OTHER DONORS

James l. fox Jr. James G. Grafft J. P. Mccourt James V. Proesel Jr. William H. schniedwind John l. Vander schilden

timothy J. cooney Henry A. Proesel II

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

DEAN’S CLUB

Joseph f. Barbera raymond J. Bielinski Kevin P. Breslin James M. cascino thomas M. dore William J. dunn Jr. todd t. ford Mark r. fragassi George e. Griesinger John A. Griffin II Kevin P. Healy John M. Keefe Vincent A. Kennedy John M. Klemundt thomas M. Kurgan Jerome P. larkin thomas M. lynch charles f. Mascari Peter A. Minwegen Jr. chris P. Moran III John r. o’connell Jr. stephen A. Paxson John r. Plunkett timothy J. rivelli timothy r. scully, csc christopher M. sullivan Gerard M. thometz david P. Wagener Joseph B. Ziegler III

1969

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

John M. ortinau stephen c. schulte RAMBLER’S CLUB

Mark M. Anderson Patrick J. caruso robert e. Hamer Kevin s. Harty Peter A. Howlett John f. Kelly III charles l. o’Brien Philip K. serwich OTHER DONORS

Kevin c. Amhaus Kenneth l. Behles Peter J. chaput thomas M. Kent James r. o’connor robert J. schmalfeld

Class of

1970

Class Participation 6.0% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Anonymous (1) Joseph J. Bredemann Michael B. Hagen

RAMBLER’S CLUB

timothy l. flanagan James r. flood James e. Hussey John P. Hussey James M. Jackimiec James l. Jackson david A. Martinov James M. Meinken robert M. rushkewicz richard M. schmalfeld richard e. sullivan

Joseph t. daly III Bradley n. edwards Jack f. Goldrick

John r. Brinkman Joseph t. cipolla John J. Geis John A. Jackson Mark K. Proesel Geoffrey c. steger

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

George M. Baker Jr. robert c. Kissel

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

John c. naughton

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class Participation 8.8%

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

DEAN’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

1967

Class Participation 7.2%

terrence P. Bannon thomas l. Garrity robert e. Hyde

James l. claus Mark d. Mitchell

Class of

1971

robert J. Bates Jr. Michael f. McKeever Michael J. o’rourke

John l. Huff J. M. Jeffers Michael P. Kennedy donald P. Keuth W. K. Meier John P. Metzger John J. Murphy Jr. Michael P. o’Brien James J. o’Keefe Michael J. samis James A. tracy

John W. Amberg

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MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class of

thomas f. Gleason raymond A. Mcdermott III t. G. Mieczynski RAMBLER’S CLUB

Gerard A. Brost J. t. cerney david G. Gleason John H. Kehl Jr. david A. Konsler Brian J. Krakora, dds Michael J. Miotti John e. Musker OTHER DONORS

Gerald W. Barry Brian e. Blacklidge Martin P. doyle stephen o. Huff thomas J. Kearney Vito A. Mastrangelo Joseph e. McMenamin William H. Morris Jr. Patrick M. o’day Vincent d. Pinelli donald l. Wheeler Jr.

Class of

1972

Class Participation 10.5% x AV I E R C I R C L E

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

edward J. Wehmer

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

John t. Hickey Jr.

LEGRIS CIRCLE

daniel J. culkin stephen f. dowdle

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

John W. o’Brien

Michael K. Masterson

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

DEAN’S CLUB

Mark f. McAndrews

thomas P. Valenti

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Brian c. Baker Martin J. Perry ferdinand B. schiappa William c. schindler William e. sullivan

DEAN’S CLUB

John e. Benz III richard d. cagney Jr. Joseph H. diclementi tempel J. smith Jr.

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Michael W. fauls donald J. Goschy donald J. Healy Jr. thomas J. Kuehn, Phd William f. Masterson Jr. david W. Morrison OTHER DONORS

neil M. chisholm Peter d. donofrio david G. Jones robert J. Koller Michael r. Mals

Peter J. Brennan Jr.

OTHER DONORS

david A. ebert Allen V. lentino elias lyman Jr. e. J. Mack thomas e. McAndrews edward W. thomas Peter J. tracy

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

raymond J. dowdle Patrick J. foley DEAN’S CLUB

Philip A. delaney Jr. Michael s. sackley MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

e. A. Broccolo Jr. Michael P. dooley timothy J. schlax RAMBLER’S CLUB

carey d. Brunelli Paul J. carry Kevin J. Kirby

Class of

1973

Class Participation 6.2% x AV I E R C I R C L E

david B. Kennedy HUMBERT CIRCLE

stephen P. donahue LEGRIS CIRCLE

timothy e. Broccolo PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

erhard r. chorle Matt J. Matthews FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

James f. rollings P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Jeffery P. Jordt John l. Kolleng DEAN’S CLUB

Patrick l. dowdle MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Peter H. daly, usn robert W. Hart terrence J. o’laughlin RAMBLER’S CLUB

robert n. colletti timothy J. daly John f. ewen Joseph J. nimrod III steven r. Petersen, usAf Michael J. Wrenn OTHER DONORS

John f. Amari Michael P. Burns William e. cummings Alexander r. danel Patrick M. Gavin


Gregory M. Gormaly thomas c. Hillsman James B. leet Jr. robert A. o’Brien Jr. John A. ouska III robert f. sasso Peter A. sweeney James e. Whalen

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Class of

Patrick J. foley Kurt M. freund timothy J. Mcnulty James e. nugent III

1974

Class Participation 7.6% HUMBERT CIRCLE

Joseph c. Zuercher Jr. LEGRIS CIRCLE

Peter J. Broccolo richard G. daly PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

James e. Hughes FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Bernard P. Kane Jr. J. H. Murnane Jr. DEAN’S CLUB

Peter f. steger sr. James M. Valenti RAMBLER’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

Andrew J. Annes thomas M. feifar Bernard c. Garvey Jr. richard G. Haas thomas M. Hupp Joseph P. Karlovich robert e. Mitchell donald K. Paras christopher J. Perille richard H. Wehman Jr.

Class of

1977

Class Participation 8.2% DUMBACH CIRCLE LEGRIS CIRCLE

Burtis J. dolan III

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

John e. croghan Patrick B. Marren

sean M. Madden

Joseph P. davies William V. McMenamin Mark e. Mcnabola thomas d. Whalen FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

thomas M. condon robert e. Harrington Jr. Gary M. Holihan John c. nicolau DEAN’S CLUB

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Class of

Michael r. denten ronald J. Herte Jeffery H. Jacobs richard A. McMenamin douglas e. Wambach

Class Participation 6.7%

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

HUMBERT CIRCLE

Anton t. schirmang sr.

John W. Patton Jr.

RAMBLER’S CLUB

LEGRIS CIRCLE

terrence r. Brady christopher P. dolan david W. Galanis e. l. Hickey Brian f. Hughes raymond P. Knoll Martin G. laughlin Anthony M. Mallerdino Juan J. Mir John P. Murawski thomas P. riordan

DEAN’S CLUB

William B. cerney sherman f. reynolds richard J. Wynne MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

david r. Barry Jr. James e. McAvoy RAMBLER’S CLUB

William e. Bransley John W. Haben John J. Keating david K. McHugh John d. o’Brien terrence J. o’Brien James P. reichmann III James M. snediker sr. Harold W. sullivan Jr. richard W. Wiermanski Paul A. Zieske OTHER DONORS

Michael l. connolly, dds thomas J. corbett Jr. Gregory J. eisinger George A. Kowalik richard J. lamermayer robert e. leary John r. taylor

Class of

1976

Victor P. filippini Jr. Michael W. Jamieson PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

nicholas J. lavezzorio III John W. Person thomas e. schufreider FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

timothy e. Kemper Michael J. Warga P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

saverio J. Alonzi Jr. Brian r. Bidwill david G. Klick Peter d. sullivan richard M. tsoumas DEAN’S CLUB

Patrick J. cerney robert A. curley Jr. l. P. t. finn Michael f. o’toole ronald W. sheble MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

James d. Arden William e. schultz RAMBLER’S CLUB

I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

david B. fallon Jr. Kenneth J. Kadleck Kevin G. Mccurdy thomas J. Poterek s. t. rill

Peter G. leemputte

OTHER DONORS

x AV I E R C I R C L E

Jeffory t. Adams christian A. carini thomas J. dormin daniel J. durkin thomas J. lyman III Michael J. ouska daniel c. stralka

1975

Class Participation 5.7%

ralph J. Gesualdo James P. Hickey LEGRIS CIRCLE

Gabriel M. rodriguez PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Mark r. Muench david J. Wuertz

DEAN’S CLUB

donald P. leighton frederick J. Proesel Kent A. swanson

George l. enriquez stephen x. foley Jr. robert P. Perkaus III Mark f. santacrose Gregory servatius

Bruce A. luecke

William H. Phelan Jr. timothy c. reynolds Philip H. sheridan Jr. John J. skowron Jr.

RAMBLER’S CLUB

John c. cassidy John J. compernolle Martin r. curry david t. erie Michael G. frey Herbert c. Gresens George J. Kaiser III Michael J. laVaccare Mark t. o’toole daniel J. Wolf OTHER DONORS

thomas M. condon V Gerald c. daus Jr. Patrick J. dwyer John M. Gambacorta Kerry J. Kirland thomas r. Quan Kevin s. sujdak

Class of

1979

Class Participation 8.9% I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

James W. lyman x AV I E R C I R C L E

robert t. o’Brien Jr.

OTHER DONORS

LEGRIS CIRCLE

richard A. carlson James M. daly III c. G. Gehrke raul f. Heredia Jeffry W. Kamrow daniel c. Kusswurm James P. nally ronald J. nierzwicki William t. o’Brien John A. o’Hara Brian G. Paulson, sJ thomas M. Washburn robert B. Wish

roger P. Hickey david l. Hill William M. sneed

Class of

1978

Class Participation 7.7% I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

charles e. McGarrity HUMBERT CIRCLE

Kevin G. dowdle Michael P. o’Brien LEGRIS CIRCLE

david J. fox John r. Perkaus sr. PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

richard J. Adler Jr. daniel A. Byrne Brian G. callahan FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

John r. Weiss

Arturo olivera Jr. William H. schramm Jr.

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Peter A. Meister

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

James l. Brault timothy J. Maher daniel l. timm James P. Walsh III FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

richard G. cenar edmund J. orr Jr. fred J. osborne daniel B. Peterson James r. schufreider steven W. skinner P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

James J. Barrett Jr. DEAN’S CLUB

Joseph s. capitani thomas K. nash

OTHER DONORS

Joseph B. carini III

terrence e. Burke K. M. fear Kevin c. Hughes daniel K. lahart, sJ daniel f. Marren thomas P. McPike Gary A. Michalek christopher J. Paxson

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Class of

DEAN’S CLUB

robert d. Horne Mark J. Humenik robert J. langill Michael G. McGuire John e. McMahon

1980

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class Participation 8.8%

ronald e. Banas daniel J. Kelly James d. Kensik

LEGRIS CIRCLE

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Anthony J. McKerr Mark J. Modzelewski PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Martin J. Bredemann John J. cudecki FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

George c. lyman III fred J. o’connor DEAN’S CLUB

thomas e. Blaige richard J. dowdle Mark t. Horton timothy G. Pontarelli MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

d. K. Houlihan steven P. Petersen RAMBLER’S CLUB

Michael s. carlin edward l. cooper III William s. Galliani chris W. Gardner daniel W. Grombacher terence P. Kane timothy l. o’Brien John V. owens daniel r. redden daniel t. schermerhorn William P. spagnolo OTHER DONORS

Milton d. flanagan thomas e. Ganfield Michael J. Harrington Hugh J. Hodur Michael r. Huspek Joseph P. Jekot John d. Mitchell thomas e. Murray William J. o’Brien William P. o’Keefe III don o. spagnolo Kenneth P. spina John M. Washburn robert e. Zahorik

Class of

1981

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class Participation 9.8%

david e. Haracz steve A. Michels Joseph P. reynolds

x AV I E R C I R C L E

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Bradford B. couri

david e. Blume stephen J. derose Jose l. ferrer Anthony e. Good Michael J. Perkaus daniel c. Powers John c. seeberg Joseph d. shelly III Walter J. Weglinski

William c. doyle

theodore d. Van Zelst DUMBACH CIRCLE LEGRIS CIRCLE

robert J. conway robert l. Michels frank J. san roman III PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

robert J. dooley III FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

christopher s. canning

christopher A. Baer James P. Boyle david A. Bruhn thomas A. connolly George s. connor Jr. Joseph x. cushing denis P. dowdle thomas s. foust Jr. Kevin P. Garvey Mark c. lato William r. nimrod thomas W. sexton III Peter t. Vaselopulos OTHER DONORS

scott c. Bentivenga larry M. Gamber craig d. Hesselberg david G. Kuhn luis M. Martinez david G. o’donoghue thomas J. saletta John P. sullivan Michael J. sullivan

Class of

1982

Class Participation 13.0% DUMBACH CIRCLE

John c. Halston HUMBERT CIRCLE

thomas J. Mcdonald dan Michalek FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

John H. compall Mario J. donato Joseph P. flanagan Jr. edward l. Hocter sr. Joseph P. roddy P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

edward f. Bowen Jr. H. G. clarke III James c. dowdle James e. lagattuta todd M. richmond DEAN’S CLUB

david A. Happ MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

enrique Guevara RAMBLER’S CLUB

raymond f. Armstrong II Bryant H. Banks John J. clark John G. Kyle Jr. Mark A. Mazur Walter r. Petri daniel J. sullivan Peter G. thursby OTHER DONORS

carl f. Alston

honor roLL of donors

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William J. Andrew James M. Beck Michael c. Brennan Patrick B. canning nigel B. casey Patrick J. clair david d. di Paolo timothy W. donohue frank ejupi John P. engels John M. fantozzi timothy s. fox Agustin Gomez-leal Paul H. Goodrich Mark f. Hayes terrence M. Hill John f. Kelly Andrew c. Kirby James e. Krautsack Kevin J. Mackey robert Maguire John J. Maher Michael r. Mallahan daniel f. McGuire III John s. Morahan John A. newman christopher e. nowak sean c. o’Brien lawrence G. o’connell John d. o’Grady John f. osborne felix r. Panahon John M. Pasquesi thomas J. seeberg larry K. sheehan James G. stanton leonard J. sujdak thomas A. unger

OTHER DONORS

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class of

DEAN’S CLUB

robert t. Bielinski Michael f. Hillsman John J. Pikarski III

nikolaos A. Vlahos

1983

1984

Class Participation 5.9% LEGRIS CIRCLE

Michael e. engels PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

raymond W. Boesen thomas J. Jackson daniel M. McGowan FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

thomas W. Halloran stephen r. Wetoska P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

John J. Gatti thomas J. Hughes John t. Joyce John l. Kurkowski Peter B. Migely DEAN’S CLUB

Anthony r. donato david J. leclercq scott A. neslund timothy d. o’Brien

RAMBLER’S CLUB

LEGRIS CIRCLE

robert J. Asakura Michael B. dowdle david J. Matousek William n. Milleker James J. o’Gara

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

John c. Joyce Joseph f. scoby FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

thomas n. fitzGibbon Patrick J. lynch christopher P. Valenti John J. Zimmermann Jr. P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Kevin G. Gleason robert A. Grundei Peter G. Haracz t. s. thompson

OTHER DONORS

robert J. schreiman nicholas s. souleles Paul e. thielemann

Class of

1985

Class Participation 8.1% DUMBACH CIRCLE

edward A. chestnut

DEAN’S CLUB

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

edward W. Hanhardt John f. Kane eric J. savage

daniel A. Kim

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

d. s. carr Matthew e. collopy John f. Kelly timothy J. o’donoghue John r. Przypyszny RAMBLER’S CLUB

timothy e. Bourke John c. Hitt Jr. James W. lambert daniel l. lyne Michael P. Murphy raymond c. o’Byrne John J. o’donnell robert G. Vanecko

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Class Participation 8.1% Patrick G. shea

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edward J. Brown Jr. Michael s. flanagan Bryan M. foley Anthony luzin Jr. t. r. Mackin Jr. daniel J. o’Brien timothy J. reger Michael P. rourke

A n n u A L r e p o r t 2 011 - 2 012

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Philip J. Andrew Michael l. Monticello DEAN’S CLUB

robert J. Braasch Jr. Michael P. Mccarthy Paul c. spellman

Kevin A. Krakora reinhold H. llerena Michael t. o’regan John A. Quigley William J. spallone OTHER DONORS

Mark A. Bernhard lee o. carry scott B. cienkus, Md Michael J. craddock christopher J. dean Andrew J. diez edwin r. dooley Andrew c. Goldberg steven J. Habeck Michael A. Herbert Garrin W. Kapecki Jose l. lopez thomas M. Prommer charles K. stevens Paul A. tarvardian thomas J. tisa

Class of

1986

Class Participation 4.5% HUMBERT CIRCLE

Hanley dawson IV FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

larkin s. flanagan douglas t. thompson P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Brian l. collins douglas t. thompson

OTHER DONORS

shane M. Baldino david M. Brown Matthew J. cashion John t. cashman Michael J. cooper Andrew costello William P. coyne thomas e. cullerton Michael P. dolan daniel P. dowling Michael B. Gallagher Bernard W. Glavin Jr. James f. Hartman Mark J. Jerva Paul t. Kelly Michael c. Kotowski Michael d. lesner John V. lucas III thomas r. Maloney Quintin s. Marx Gregory J. Maurice donald J. Morrison Joseph J. Muti thomas e. nowak Michael A. Pauletto ross t. Paulos scott M. rassin david B. rosania, Md Brian M. schafer Brian G. stalzer John J. tully John P. Vega Peter r. Vlerick, cPA

Class of

1988

Class of

Class of

Class Participation 3.9%

Class Participation 23.2%

1989

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Henry J. Munez

Mike J. reed

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Jonathan H. Maks, Md DEAN’S CLUB

Jason s. Baine James M. Baisley Jr.

robert I. Zeman III

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Adam c. Mcclain richard M. schici todd c. schirmang Joseph f. taylor

richard W. Malek Brian K. stearney RAMBLER’S CLUB

Matthew t. Abrams Michael P. Kailus, Jd daniel J. langrill P. c. Magner James B. Murray Jr. OTHER DONORS

Peter A. Berzins George t. chiampas John P. Ginley thaddeus J. lisowski Paul l. lynch Kevin P. toomey Brian e. Willer thomas A. Zimmermann

Class of

1990

Class Participation 3.3% DEAN’S CLUB

LEGRIS CIRCLE

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

George e. sargent

christopher J. Bender

RAMBLER’S CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Mark J. Kuchuris christopher W. lutz Brian t. Mccormack Michael H. stanton

christopher e. o’donnell

stephen B. crilly John J. Hardt Jon P. Hirsch Patrick M. Mahoney felipe r. sosa

timothy t. ellwanger James G. Hagedorn Brian r. scanlon

OTHER DONORS

daniel t. Atkinson Martin l. Bartman timothy P. Kane Alexander c. Mammen Joseph A. Meehan richard K. o’dwyer Patrick t. Purdy Jr. timothy P. seeberg chrisJon l. simon

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Peter t. Bowen James B. novy George d. tsonis DEAN’S CLUB

edward A. Garcia yung d. Kim Jr. MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

William r. Brandstrader RAMBLER’S CLUB

david A. decker Jr.

david J. Burden Andrew t. cavallari Brian c. deasy John P. Gallagher John c. Kinsella leo t. Mahon Peter J. Prommer James r. sullivan sean P. Whalen

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

OTHER DONORS

Michael r. Gervasio

Jonas J. Allian stephen A. Andrin William c. Berghoff Brian M. Hayes christopher P. Janson thomas M. Pasquesi lesley J. seitzinger

Class of

1987

Class Participation 14.4% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

W. d. Britt James J. Higgins James J. o’connor

neal r. Brauweiler lawrence J. Mongoven christopher M. novy Phillip A. Pinello

1992

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Bennett W. dixon christopher W. edwards Michael o’shaughnessy

DEAN’S CLUB

thomas J. cleland douglas J. clingan William J. Kane daniel W. Kotowski

daniel J. carini

Class Participation 5.1%

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

RAMBLER’S CLUB

RAMBLER’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

david J. foley charles A. Giglio Jr. Peter G. lawrence

Class of

1991

Class Participation 2.65% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

John M. carr FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

thomas l. Benedict P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Brian s. flanagan christopher s. lane MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Patrick A. dawson timothy M. duet RAMBLER’S CLUB

Michael d. downen John M. Vander Vennet

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

OTHER DONORS

Jeffrey J. reichenbach christopher W. rule

dennis J. Verdico

RAMBLER’S CLUB

stephen V. Barreca Jr. edward f. fitzpatrick John r. Graham Jr. dennis e. Konieczny c. B. sethness Kevin W. Willer OTHER DONORS

samir J. Abraham nathan e. Barnes John A. Beavers david A. Behof Michael l. Braasch Matthew M. Byrne t. P. Byrnes Andrew H. carolan James P. carroll Michael P. casper eugene W. cha christopher t. collins Kevin A. correa charles J. cvetetic thomas e. dolan II christopher s. dorgan Michael s. duffey Mark A. Girard William t. Glunz christopher s. Griesmeyer Jon d. Higgins christopher Hutchings James J. Keane Brian d. Kelly Philip c. King Kasum l. Kovacevic Joseph B. lala George A. lane christopher d. lawrence sean f. leahy Peter J. Marino thomas G. McBreen Patrick M. Mceneely steve d. Mihaljevic Brian d. Moran George A. nelson III Brendan G. o’connor Joseph M. orona robert e. owens Paul A. Padron Peter J. Patton daniel H. Plunkett Jeremy r. Potempa liam f. reardon Michael l. regan J. t. reilly stephen e. rigney randy J. roginski clancy e. ryan Michael H. seitzinger sukhmeet singh stephen J. snyder thomas J. sylvester George s. Wilkins III George c. xamplas


Class of

1993

Class Participation 2.3% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

William d. drehkoff Jr. DEAN’S CLUB

Michael M. callahan MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

sean l. cunningham Mark Kocovski OTHER DONORS

ryan e. Agulo Martin r. collins Jason P. Jimenez Jeffery J. Johnson Michael t. roche

Class of

1994

Class Participation 3.7% LEGRIS CIRCLE

christopher c. Bruno DEAN’S CLUB

Barrett M. o’donovan MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Jimmy samartzis Jason e. schmitt RAMBLER’S CLUB

Adrian r. Autry Brendan r. collins richard l. fitzgerald robert B. flannery III scott A. Girard Brian r. Hopman Michael J. Perrone Jr. OTHER DONORS

charles M. Martell Jeffrey A. scalise robert J. tierney ryan r. Vaile

Class of

1995

Class Participation 1.3% RAMBLER’S CLUB

theodore c. Kalmbach Gregory c. schultz OTHER DONORS

George r. Kearney Brian t. Monico Michael t. roth

Class of

1996

OTHER DONORS

John P. Basbagill Andrew c. Brennan timothy J. leahy Matthew K. switski

Class of

1997

Class Participation 4.7% DEAN’S CLUB

John l. Hammond III Peter c. lee Michael P. McHugh RAMBLER’S CLUB

Kevin t. carroll thomas G. cronin daniel f. Hengelmann John Paul lacorcia Michael P. Moran Michael e. samis

Class of

1998

Class Participation 2.6% DEAN’S CLUB

courtney l. Murphy MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

colin c. Mccourt RAMBLER’S CLUB

christopher r. Proesel Wayne e. rapp III Joan e. spiotto erin K. Wolf OTHER DONORS

emily M. cramer emily l. farrell Kara f. Kenny William J. sattler elizabeth A. suffredin

Class of

1999

Class Participation 6.8% I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

salvatore J. diMucci III

edward r. fluet

DEAN’S CLUB

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

christopher J. callahan James c. Wilhelm

Mark c. Baby Michael J. diBella todd W. Vender Andrew t. White

Class of

2000

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Kelly A. chiczewski Jennifer r. corridon Joshua A. dunn Bardia fard lauren e. frye olga M. Gvozdenovic evan J. Hoobchaak Jennifer I. lucas Kathryn e. Marut

Class of Class Participation 4.1% LEGRIS CIRCLE

Patrick J. tierney PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

christopher r. reynolds P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

richard W. Mortell III

Brian Gross Peter Kozera Paul J. laughlin Jr. robert e. lofgren Jacqueline c. luxem sean Mclaughlin sarah Mcnulty Michael o’connell emily reynolds Meredith richard Mark schneider Meagan ursini Ashley Viglione

James Murphy IV Julie M. thompson Mary A. Wehmer

Class of

OTHER DONORS

2005

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Class Participation 4.4%

elizabeth P. Kadison lesley J. luka

RAMBLER’S CLUB

RAMBLER’S CLUB

luke J. shepard

Michael P. Bufalino Michael e. draz erin M. ray James P. suehr

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

OTHER DONORS

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

William d. san Hamel II

RAMBLER’S CLUB

2002

emily A. Bestvina Madeleine M. creevy Victoria A. curry Brendan M. Heneghan liam y. Iwamuro Joseph M. Joyce Jr. G. P. Kendall IV Madeleine M. McKenna durkin Gina e. roper laura A. sobieszczyk Margaret K. topalian david d. Vargas

finley W. Brown III Joseph d. cook daniel J. fowler James J. Hennessey Joseph G. Jacob Michael A. lowe Jeb B. Moyers sean B. o’Malley Patrick t. Quinn Padraic f. stanton cecelia M. ungari-Hoskins

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Jovan Ilich

OTHER DONORS

OTHER DONORS

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

DEAN’S CLUB

timothy J. smith Maureen sullivan Michael M. Viglione Jacqueline M. Zur

Class Participation 4.4%

Class Participation 3.0%

Matthew c. Brett stephen l. Goering John M. Michalik

elizabeth A. Moroney Katherine e. o’connor William c. Pragalz Jay f. reyes elizabeth P. Watson

christopher M. cichon Michael l. McIntyre

Class Participation 3.4%

OTHER DONORS

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Class of

Adrian Guerrero colleen Kenny Vikki Kokuzian sean s. Kras Jennette c. Mccloskey Meghan c. Mocogni Kate c. o’Hara erika M. samis christopher K. schultz

Mark A. lewandowski

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Matthew A. cook o’donavan d. Johnson RAMBLER’S CLUB

Class of

2001

Class Participation 4.2% DUMBACH CIRCLE

Peter A. frantz II P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Patrick M. Kosiek DEAN’S CLUB

evonne e. Abou-Mourad Margaret s. Hermes daniel J. Valenti edward J. Wehmer Jr. RAMBLER’S CLUB

terence J. Kuhlmann Matthew f. lunkes nell c. o’connor OTHER DONORS

James M. Binsfeld Matthew B. fitzsimons samantha e. lofgren Aileen M. McAnally Michael J. neville James W. siuty

2003

DEAN’S CLUB

Kate e. Valenti MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

2006

Class Participation 2.6% RAMBLER’S CLUB

stephen J. canzona

connor K. detjen

RAMBLER’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

Michael J. Ireland Matthew c. Jamieson steven J. lesniak OTHER DONORS

sean Aines Amy e. Babington Matthew t. coffey John c. criezis Brandon dunn Patrick H. Hackett Michael B. Killackey laura navarre thomas P. o’connor Kate e. schulte Bryan M. tews

Class of

2004

RAMBLER’S CLUB

Hannah c. Klusendorf lauren n. Kus Margaux r. McGrath thomas r. Bonnel claire t. dooley

Class of

2009

Class Participation .4% Jordan e. fischer Brian P. Johnson

Class of

Patrick J. collins lance J. luka

Class Participation .8%

OTHER DONORS

Kelly A. caruso Maura M. McIntyre Hilary J. o’connor christopher W. stephens Mairghread r. Wycklendt

DEAN’S CLUB

richard J. Brennen III Michael P. culhane shailagh M. Heneghan Joseph B. Kennedy shannon d. Kenny Meghan l. Koeppel Patrick J. ryan Heather J. scoby samantha H. simpson daniel e. solari christy J. Williams

2008

OTHER DONORS

caroline A. Ball Michael G. Bielinski Ashley r. Blume Bridget carney Maureen A. cronin Katie K. digan christopher r. Heredia thomas J. Hermes douglas Kadison Margaret e. Kaiser William f. lynch John P. Marlin emma l. McGuire christopher J. nicolau thomas r. o’Bryan III Maureen M. schulte Patrick t. sweeney Meghan c. tighe erin M. Wehmer Michael J. Zera

Michael A. Gramins Jason J. Hough

Class of

christina t. Arrom dana H. Braun Andrew t. Brennan elizabeth c. Burke Patrick J. cagney Kathleen A. collins Mary K. dwyer charles r. Kurzawski elizabeth J. Maddock Meredith G. McGrath daniel Mortell colleen A. Pastuovic Alexandra s. seeberg

Class of

2007

Class of

2010

Class Participation .6% FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

James P. Walsh IV DEAN’S CLUB

Alicia J. Hoag OTHER DONORS

Harry G. clarke Grace M. dooley

Class of

2011

Class Participation 5.7% DUMBACH CIRCLE

Jane M. sagui PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

thomas J. Ginley RAMBLER’S CLUB

robert t. Kus OTHER DONORS

sarah o. Burke Jennifer A. Goodwin Molly B. Hulseman lauren r. Marino Peter J. o’connell Victoria r. olson estelle A. Pappas Katharine l. robbins ryan M. santacrose timothy J. scapin carly s. stevens

Class of

2012

Class Participation 5.4%

Class Participation 1.6%

RAMBLER’S CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Gabriella I. lenzi

casey J. schirmang

Jack t. Hagedorn seamus J. McGuire neil J. orlick James H. schmitz nicole V. Zeller

RAMBLER’S CLUB

OTHER DONORS

OTHER DONORS

Anna l. Berry-Krumrey Jacqueline M. cichon Michael f. lefevour James A. luxem

Mario l. Asencio William G. Bobrinskoy William r. Bonnel Brian n. Bredemann

Class Participation 3.5%

Jaemo chang

P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Megan Mclaughlin OTHER DONORS

Bridget collins

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Class of 2012 continued Grace e. Brown James B. Burns esme d. condon James W. conway William J. cushwa david J. decorrevont John francis c. dela Pena Mervin B. dino ryan J. donohue ryan J. escobar Anne e. feifar William M. fordon John H. Gordon thomas r. Gordon Madeline M. Green colette V. Hankin Jacob M. Hankwitz John f. Hennessy III Kathryn l. Hughes Margaret r. Iglar courtney M. Jacobs christine r. Johnson charles r. Jordan Alexandra J. Kariotis daniel n. Kovacevic lukas A. Kubon Joseph c. laughlin daniel P. leemputte Alexa e. lombardi Matthew e. McBride Patrick M. Mooney Joseph n. Mugnolo robert J. Murray timothy P. netzel Margaret M. o’Brien daniel r. o’Malley shannon A. o’Malley John c. Padua connor t. Person Kelly M. Poydence Ariel B. reid Mallory e. remick Anthony M. rodriguez Megan c. ryan Matthew J. saletta trevor P. sassen Jessica K. schnoor casey s. shearson Karlie A. slowiak Brittany e. solinski Kerry e. spence daniel W. stauder John t. sullivan lauren e. tilmont robert J. uhland William J. Walker thomas J. Wickey John K. Witry elizabeth A. Wuertz

Graduate parents and Friends I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. castellini Mr. and Mrs. Gerald f. corcoran Mrs. yvonne A. diMucci Ms. Mary e. Graham rIP Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kubon Mr. and Mrs. robert l. Parkinson Jr. Mr. Harry staffileno rIP x AV I E R C I R C L E

Mrs. Gwyn Jennings Mr. richard e. Jennings rIP dr. charlene thomas Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. tobin DUMBACH CIRCLE

Anonymous (1) Mr. and Mrs. charles Angell Mr. and Mrs. charles K. Bobrinskoy dr. and Mrs. Walter f. Burke Mrs. elizabeth J. collins Mr. and Mrs. robert H. Huffman III Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kopon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. robert G. lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. sean M. Madden ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. roy May Mr. and Mrs. dennis ryan Mr. and Mrs. Gary V. sagui HUMBERT CIRCLE

Anonymous (2) Ms. nakita K. Burrell Mr. and Mrs. Hanley dawson III Ms. and Mr. sharon derosa Mr. and Mrs. William r. dodds Ms. christina M. filippini Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kaulentis Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. lanctot Ms. sarah J. nolan Mr. thomas H. nolan Jr. Ms. Mary Jane o’connor dr. shirley A. roy Mr. and Mrs. George J. schwabe Jr. Mr. and Mrs. richard H. Wehman LEGRIS CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. William f. Baker Mr. and Mrs. charles W. Bidwill Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. carbonari Mr. and Mrs. John W. croghan Mr. and Mrs. James f. derose Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. desmond Mr. and Mrs. Kevin flannery Mrs. Isabel e. Gallagher rIP Mr. and Mrs. francis J. Jules Mrs. Joan Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. laughlin Mr. and Mrs. donald Manhard Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mcshane dr. and Mrs. Kevin t. McVary Mr. and Mrs. James f. shea Mr. and Mrs. edward I. Wanandi Mr. and Mrs. William d. yurek PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Mrs. Misook Ahn Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Becker Ms. susan Busse Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. dalebroux Mr. Peter darrigo Mr. and Mrs. William M. doyle Jr. Mrs. elizabeth finzer Mr. and Mrs. George f. fitzpatrick Jr. Mr. and Mrs. robert B. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jay B. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. steven J. Kadison Mr. david M. Kavanagh and Ms. Mary M. dollinger

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Mr. and Mrs. casimir J. Kotowski Mr. and Mrs. John M. lafferty dr. and dr. robert e. lee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. otto H. Maurer Mr. and Mrs. daniel W. McGrath Mr. Maurice W. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna Jr. Mr. timothy K. McPike and Ms. Jan K. McPike Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Mulroe Mr. daniel J. obringer Mr. sollie raso Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. roche Mr. and Mrs. lesley G. seitzinger Mr. sam shaheen Mr. and Mrs. robert c. spence Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey d. steele Mr. and Mrs. david W. terrell Mr. and Mrs. richard M. Waris FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Baine Mr. and Mrs. thomas l. Bindley Mr. and Mrs. Angelo J. Bufalino Mr. and Mrs. Michael cassady Ms. rita clemens Mr. and Mrs. Kelly d. conway Mr. and Mrs. Jerome f. crotty Mr. and Mrs. stephen P. fitzell Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Goosmann Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. Harig Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Hayden Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. John B. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hoesley Mr. and Mrs. ralph J. Iacono Mr. and Mrs. Philip s. Jackson Mrs. Juanita Jordan Mr. Michael Jordan Ms. elisa Kline dr. and Mrs. edward l. Marut rev. theodore G. Munz, sJ Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murton Mr. and Mrs. thomas nieman dr. and Mrs. stephen s. nigh dr. and Mrs. scott M. o’connor Ms. rosemary o’neil Mr. carey orr and Ms. colleen M. Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. david P. radelet Mrs. carita rothing Mr. david schmitt Mr. and Mrs. Karl slowiak Ms. Amy M. Welzer P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Mrs. Julie Aiello-Vincent and Mr. Paul Vincent Mr. and Mrs. forrest d. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. John t. Barr Bennett Boskey Mr. and Mrs. William o. Burke Mr. and Mrs. stephen conway Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. costello Mr. and Mrs. edward M. depaz Mrs. colleen M. detjen Mr. and Mrs. daniel dunham Mr. and Mrs. G. t. dutmers Mr. Michael dwyer Mr. and Mrs. frank e. english Jr. Mr. and Mrs. dennis J. fitzsimons Mr. and Mrs. Bryan y. funai Ms. Mary Gauntner Mr. and Mrs. Grant J. Gholson Mrs. Maureen B. Hajduk Mr. George Halaby Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kosminskas

Mr. Grant A. Krafft and Ms. Patricia c. cain Mr. and Mrs. William J. lawlor III Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. livingston Jr. Mr. and Mrs. ed loeb Mr. and Mrs. royal B. Martin Mr. and Mrs. roger McGuire Mrs. Ilene McKenna Mr. and Mrs. robert r. Mcnamara Mrs. elizabeth Mcnulty Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. Mcshane Mr. and Mrs. William c. Mitchell sr. Mr. and Mrs. James P. o’Brien Mr. and Mrs. francis J. Paukert sr. Mrs. deborah Perkaus Mrs. faye rebarchak Ms. Julie d. rogers Mr. and Mrs. robert J. rogoz Ms. susan d. romanski Mr. and Mrs. George W. rourke Mrs. ruth schaefer Mr. and Mrs. carl scichili Ms. suzy f. thompson dr. and Mrs. Jeffery s. Vender Mr. Michael Weaver Mr. and Mrs. earl e. Webb Mr. and Mrs. William Weimer Mr. and Mrs. John r. Windlinger Mr. thomas M. Zollo DEAN’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Agema Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Annotti Mr. and Mrs. frank Baltrusaitis Mrs. Barbara cashion Mr. and Mrs. edmund caulfield Mr. and Mrs. r. s. clingan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. davis Mr. and Mrs. Michael demakos Mr. and Mrs. robert B. egan Mr. shane elliott dr. and Mrs. charles M. falcone, Md Ms. Paula fullman Mr. and Mrs. Max c. Gabbard Mr. and Mrs. thomas G. Godward Mr. Peter e. Goschi and dr. Barbara M. Goschi Hon. and Mrs. John B. Grogan Mr. and Mrs. Quentin c. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. roderick G. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. robert c. Kelly Mr. Gary l. Kohn and Ms. susan M. Barry Mr. and Mrs. thomas d. leach Mr. and Mrs. richard M. lipton Mr. and Mrs. John P. lynch Mrs. Katherine Maloney Mr. and Mrs. ramon Martinez Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Mathewson Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mcnair Mr. thomas A. Morgan dr. and Mrs. thomas e. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. roy l. neckermann Mr. and Mrs. Patrick r. o’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. oleszczuk Mr. and Mrs. John reardon Mr. and Mrs. Paul f. romer Mr. timothy russell dr. Phyllis W. shafron Mr. Bernard shapiro and Ms. Mary McGinn Mr. and Mrs. Gary l. thompson Mr. and Mrs. charles usher Mr. david M. Venkus Mr. John J. Vitanovec and Ms. Kathleen A. Geary Mr. and Mrs. Peter s. Walker Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Webler Mr. and Mrs. Kenn A. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Zahorik

MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Anonymous (1) Mrs. Mary Boyle estate of robert d. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Matt M. casey Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gross Mr. and Mrs. frank Hengelmann Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hogan ‘83 Ms. lorraine Kaplan Mrs. Patricia Keeley Mrs. Joan Kenny Ms. cynthia s. Kovacevic dr. and Mrs. robert t. Kus Mr. Mark Kutsch Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. linke Mr. thomas A. Matheson Mr. and Mrs. robert Morand Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mulhern Mr. and Mrs. david rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Jerome c. spellman Mr. and Mrs. cary G. tengel Mr. and Mrs. John tersis Ms. Mary P. tracy Mr. and Mrs. James M. Vaughan RAMBLER’S CLUB

Ms. Ann Acker Mr. and Mrs. James M. Baisley Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Berg Mr. James Bittman Mr. and Mrs. fred J. Blesi Mr. and Mrs. david J. Blockowicz Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Boudewyns Mrs. Marty Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Bracco Ms. Ann t. Brunett Mr. and Mrs. thomas W. Buckman Mr. and Mrs. John e. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Brian Butler Mr. Joseph J. Butler Mr. domingo J. carreira Mr. and Mrs. robert J. cerone Mr. and Mrs. Alan chapman Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. cook Ms. Amy corr Mrs. Margaret czarnowski Mr. richard r. daly Mrs. Marilyn denten Mr. and Mrs. david A. duffy Mr. and Mrs. Anthony c. eirich Mr. and Mrs. robert J. erlenbaugh Jr. Ms. Pamela A. farr Mr. Irvin fisch Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. frenzel Mr. and Mrs. Jay Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. roger J. Grabowski Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Heaton Mr. and Mrs. daniel s. Helderle Mrs. Miriam Hillsman Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoben Mr. and Mrs. donald Irvin Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. William e. Kearns Mr. John P. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. thaddeus c. Kiedysz Mr. daniel Kovacevic Mr. stephen Kras Mr. and Mrs. Konstanty e. Krylow Mr. and Mrs. robert M. lanigan Mr. and Mrs. William A. lennon Mr. samuel leopold Ms. Margaret A. lyman Mr. and Mrs. Matthew r. Maddock Mr. Harry l. Mahalick rIP Mrs. Patricia Maros Mr. and Mrs. John H. Matheson Mr. and Mrs. robert s. Mccabe Mrs. Antoinette f. Mcdonnell Mr. and Mrs. daniel e. McHugh Mr. and Mrs. William G. Merkle Mr. and Mrs. William P. Murphy


Mr. and Mrs. robert W. navarre II Mr. Michael f. o’Brien Ms. Margaret M. o’connor Mrs. nancy o’connor Mr. and Mrs. Gamini J. Perera Mr. and Mrs. richard c. Perkaus Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Pollard Mr. thomas J. rebarchak rIP Ms. Karen A. rebey Mr. and Mrs. daniel G. rice Mr. and Mrs. david s. richter Mr. Jeffrey r. rosenthal dr. and Mrs. franklin B. saksena Mr. and Mrs. James sassen Mr. frank d. schnotala Mr. and Mrs. fred c. schultz Mr. Jon schwingler Mr. and Mrs. ralph d. seul Ms. sandra M. sneider Mr. and Mrs. robert sobieszczyk Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. tomaska Mr. and Mrs. Mayur trivedi Mr. and Mrs. John A. tuteur Mr. and Mrs. raymond J. Verdon Mr. and Mrs. lawrence W. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. david Walther Mr. and Mrs. robert B. Warner Mr. and Mrs. Barry Whalen Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson Ms. cheryl Wilks Mr. and Mrs. Vincent r. Wilson Mr. Kenneth c. Witry Mr. and Mrs. daniel t. yoshida OTHER DONORS

Mr. and Mrs. daniel P. Abercrombie Mr. and Mrs. Gene Acciari Mrs. richard J. Adler Mr. ernest r. Akemann and dr. sandra Akemann Mrs. Mary Alexander Mr. russell Alexander rIP Mr. and Mrs. robert f. Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Asencio Mrs. trina Autry Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Baby Jr. Mr. robert l. Bacon and Ms. Karen Hailpern Mrs. Marilyn Ballard Mr. and Mrs. George A. Banuelos sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell A. Bennett sr. Ms. susan M. Benton Mr. and Mrs. John s. Benway Mr. steve Berceau Mr. robert t. Berendt Mr. John t. Biasco Mr. Jeff Blake Mrs. Patricia M. Blume Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Brennan Jr. dr. thomas P. Brennan and Ms. Gale A. dreas Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Bright Mrs. Avis Bryant Ms. Karen Burey Mr. carl r. Burkard M. Buth Mr. and Mrs. richard e. Butler Mrs. Beatrice cabanski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. campolo Mr. and Mrs. John J. carroll Mrs. Michelle ciabattari Mr. and Mrs. frank ciannella Mr. and Mrs. James f. clark Mr. and Mrs. Aric cleland Ms. Margaret s. coffee dr. Geraldine B. coleman Mr. and Mrs. H. r. collins sr. Ms. Katherine M. collins Mr. tim connolly Ms. Moira corcoran

Mrs. caitlin creevy Mr. and Mrs. demetrios A. criezis Ms. susan curran Mr. and Mrs. timothy darragh Mr. and Mrs. laler decosta II Mr. and Mrs. christopher l. deger Mr. and Mrs. christian c. dela Pena Mr. Michael K. demetrio and Hon. Mary Kay rochford Mr. and Mrs. Marty deroin Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. dieschbourg Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. distasio Mr. and Mrs. christopher dodds Ms. dorcas M. dowdle Mrs. Julia dowdle Mr. and Mrs. Phillip dressel Mr. and Mrs. John dubuque Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. dunham Mrs. Penny dunne Mr. donald J. engels Mrs. Kathy erlenbaugh Mr. and Mrs. thomas f. fallon Ms. nancy farrell Mr. and Mrs. Harry e. fear Mr. John r. feldheim rIP Mrs. nancy feldheim Ms. courtney finlayson Ms. Peggy fisher Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. fordon Ms. nancy K. fox Mrs. linda franke Mrs. charles G. freund Mr. Asher funk Mr. and Mrs. John P. Galante sr. dr. and Mrs. ramon Garcia Ms. Anne e. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. trey W. Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. James c. Giffhorn Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Goodworth dr. and Mrs. Michael e. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. louis Greifenstein dr. Benjamin Gruber and dr. Petra M. Blix Mr. and Mrs. John P. Hagnell Mary e. Halpin, Phd Mr. and Mrs. John l. Hammond II Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hankwitz Mr. and Mrs. christopher P. Hansen Mr. and Mrs. r.d. B. Harman Mr. and Mrs. James Hartnett Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hartnett Ms. frederica Hayt Mr. and Mrs. f. J. Heider Mr. and Mrs. Michael d. Hendricks Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Heneghan Mrs. Ann Hillenbrand Mr. and Mrs. George d. Hinchcliff Mrs. Janice Hinsdale Mrs. Marion Hohmeier Mr. and Mrs. Bryan J. Holy Mr. and Mrs. e. J. Hoover Mr. and Mrs. christopher A. House Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hughes Ms. Maudlyne I. Ihejirika Mr. Greg Jacobsen Ms. donna Johnson Mr. Gregory Johnson Mr. Kenneth H. Johnson Ms. tanya r. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kaczmarek Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Karacic Mr. John Karfias Mr. frank s. Karger Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John d. Kasper Mr. tom Kearney Mr. david Kendle and Ms. deborah A. Golden Mr. Michael e. Kerns

Mr. and Mrs. steven A. Kersten Mr. and Mrs. Hisham A. Khalifeh Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kilgallon Ms. rita B. Klint Mrs. Marjorie Kramer Ms. nancy Krause Ms. catherine M. Kunzer Mr. nana o. Kwakye Mr. and Mrs. david lakowski Mrs. nancy lala Mr. and Mrs. donald l. langefeld Mr. and Mrs. robert f. lato Mr. donald J. lavarre Mr. and Mrs. Peter t. lawler Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. levine Mrs. susan link Mr. and Mrs. dan lisuk Mr. and Mrs. richard J. lowell Mr. and Mrs. John M. lull Mr. and Mrs. John M. lutz Mr. and Mrs. George f. Matheson Mr. Mike Matheson Ms. natalie Matheson Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maziarka Mr. and Mrs. steven r. McMannon Ms. Mary l. Mcdonnell Ms. Mary t. Mcdonnell Mr. and Mrs. thomas f. Mcdonough Ms. Joann McKibbin Mr. and Mrs. John A. McPike dr. colleen P. Meyrose and Mr. Jeffrey r. Meyrose Ms. Ann Miller Mr. and Mrs. scott Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. ryszard Modrzejewski Mr. and Mrs. John Montaquila Ms. Maryrose t. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. William K. nash Ms. danielle A. natz Mrs. richard nell Mr. and Mrs. lawrence M. nicholson Mr. Gerald l. nudo and Ms. Anne B. Voshel Mr. Michael o’Boyle Mr. and Mrs. raymond A. o’connell Mr. and Mrs. robert H. o’connor Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. odlaugh Mr. and Mrs. William o’donovan Ms. Patricia e. olbrisch Mr. and Mrs. dennis J. o’Malley Mr. Patrick J. o’Malley and Ms. Gaye Koconis Mr. Anthony M. onesto Ms. felisha M. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Partyka Mr. and Mrs. Marek Pawlas Mr. and Mrs. f. J. Pellikan Ms. Mary H. Perry Ms. Agnes l. Piszczek Mr. frank r. Portner Mr. christopher B. Powers Mr. and Mrs. daniel G. Prezembel Hon. thomas l. ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Adam W. randle Mr. and Mrs. ned randle Ms. c. f. reed Ms. Margaret H. rees Mr. and Mrs. thomas G. reger Mr. and Mrs. Al B. reid Ms. Janet K. reid Mr. and Mrs. Victor P. ricolcol Mr. and Mrs. Michael rinozzi Ms. linda W. roberts Mr. Guy t. robertson Mr. thomas f. rochford Mr. Paul M. rollins Mr. and Mrs. Mark r. rosenbaum Ms. Joan K. rowland

Mr. and Mrs. John r. russell Mr. and Mrs. John A. saladino Mr. and Mrs. Michael s. samluk Ms. eleanor sample Mr. and Mrs. frank san roman Jr. Ms. Gretchen sandling Mr. and Mrs. Vijay sarthy Mr. donald W. schaumberger Mr. and Mrs. lohtar schick Mr. and Mrs. craig r. schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Henry schniedermeier Ms. sarah schniedwind Mr. and Mrs. ronald schroder Mr. and Mrs. eric r. schuering Mrs. erin shaft Mr. and Mrs. terrence J. sheehan Mr. and Mrs. richard A. shiman Mr. ronald J. siles Mr. charles A. simon dr. Biljana s. simsic Mrs. Mary siqueira Mr. and Mrs. donald r. smith Mr. eugene smith rIP dr. edward J. snyder and Ms. Mary claire ryan Mr. and Mrs. William A. solinski dr. and Mrs. Gene r. solmos Mr. and Mrs. John W. spoeri Mr. donald e. sprague Mrs. John Q. springer Mr. and Mrs. John c. staley Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. stanton Ms. Holly G. starck Mrs. Joanna M. stein Mr. William e. stein Mr. Albert l. stemwedel Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John e. stewart Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey stoner Mr. and Mrs. Matthew e. struve Ms. luzviminda l. sucaldito Mr. thomas M. suffredin Mrs. nancy theisen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. tidei Mr. and Mrs. Andrew c. tilmont Ms. linda B. toops Ms. Katherine A. tracy Mr. and Mrs. thomas W. traylor Ms. Vicki truax Weigel Ms. carole tschirn Mr. edward tucker Mr. and Mrs. ricardo ugarte Mr. Brian urlacher Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Vallee Ms. theodora Vander Maazen dr. and Mrs. robert M. Vanecko Mnsgr. Kenneth Velo Mr. and Mrs. douglas B. Vesperman Mr. eric W. Vickrey Mr. and Mrs. david Vreeland Mr. and Mrs. Michael t. Vullmahn Mr. and Mrs. steven J. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. frank J. Waldeck Mr. and Mrs. richard H. Watson Mr. and Mrs. timothy Watson dr. and Mrs. James r. Webster Mrs. Michele P. Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Michael t. Weis Mr. and Mrs. douglas B. Welch Mr. and Mrs. William P. Wennington Mr. and Mrs. frederick l. White Mrs. Alison Whitlock Mr. and Mrs. Jerome e. Wickey Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. dennis Winkler Mr. and Mrs. George Zabulake Ms. Ann Zdeb Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zdeb Mr. John P. Zimmer and Ms. Paula M. Kowalkowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael d. Zlevor

employees I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

Br. James e. small, sJ HUMBERT CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt B. Penn LEGRIS CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. Michael f. o’Hara PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

dr. Kathryn M. Baal rev. Patrick e. McGrath, sJ FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Mrs. Melissa M. Babcock Mr. terence K. Brennan and Mrs. Gilmore lavezzorio-Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph l. dahm Mr. and Mrs. carl A. favaro Mr. charles W. Heintz and Ms. erin Melley Mr. christopher K. Howe Ms. catherine A. Kendrigan Mr. and Mrs. William H. schniedwind ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Joe r. taylor Mrs. Mary claire White P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Ms. Melissa Krein Mr. William d. san Hamel II ‘99 DEAN’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berletich Mr. and Mrs. William B. cerney ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. cramer Mr. and Mrs. Michael e. culhane Mr. and Mrs. John e. dwyer III ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. John Holecek Mr. and Mrs. John A. o’loughlin ‘59 Mr. randall Prince and Ms. elizabeth A. Waid Prince MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

Mr. William r. Brandstrader ‘88 and Mrs. Joanne l. Brandstrader ldM ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Marc Butvilas Mrs. rosanne coury Hon. and Mrs. James d. egan Ms. Gineen l. Hecht Mr. o’donavan d. Johnson ‘00 Ms. elizabeth P. Kadison ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Angelo P. Manis Mr. Kevin J. Mistrik Mr. Kevin o’shaughnessy and dr. elizabeth o’shaughnessy Mr. and Mrs. richard M. schici ‘92 Mrs. colleen M. Whelan RAMBLER’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. robert G. Atwood Mr. and Mrs. stanley W. Breitzman dr. and Mrs. Michael e. carney Ms. Joan M. dowdle Mr. robert etheridge Mr. and Mrs. Mark flinchum Ms. Jennifer Hayman Mr. and Mrs. daniel f. Hengelmann ‘97 Mr. Gary A. Marando Mr. and Mrs. Peter e. Mcnulty Mr. and Mrs. James A. Moeller Mr. and Mrs. John Mouflouzelis Mr. John osowski Ms. Paulette Page Mr. and Mrs. christopher Penna Mr. and Mrs. richard ryan Mr. and Mrs. lesley J. seitzinger ‘88 Mr. craig snower Mr. christopher W. stephens ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. James H. stoner Mr. and Mrs. Andrew t. White ‘96 Mr. and Mrs. david Wick Mrs. Pu Wu-Biddle

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Mr. and Mrs. david W. Bavlsik Mr. david A. Behof ‘92 Ms. Julia c. Biasco rev. Peter W. Breslin, sJ Mr. and Mrs. James e. cleland Mrs. lynn M. composto Mr. and Mrs. Jose r. diaz Mr. and Mrs. christopher Hutchings Mr. and Mrs. James M. Jackimiec ‘66 Mr. Joseph P. Jekot ‘80 Ms. Mary Just Mr. and Mrs. timothy P. Kane ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Michael c. Kotowski ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. chris n. Kournetas Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Mahoney ‘90 Mr. John t. rank ‘65 and Ms. linda Prasil dr. and Mrs. timothy G. sassen Mr. and Mrs. chrisJon l. simon ‘86 Mrs. laura A. yasko Mr. christopher J. Zaker and dr. christina r. Zaker

organizations I G N AT I U S C I R C L E

Helen V. Brach foundation corcoran family foundation fidelity charitable Gift fund loyola Academy Jesuit community sanborn family foundation the John & Kathleen schreiber foundation schwab charitable fund stepan company ViBern foundation x AV I E R C I R C L E

c2 foundation catherine McKeever denten foundation lawrence and Ada Hickey foundation Kampen family foundation robert Kubon foundation Bruce A. lee family foundation DUMBACH CIRCLE

doc Aiello rambler run for someone couri family foundation International Autos Kathleen and david Kennedy foundation northern trust charitable Giving Program the northridge Group, Inc. dr. scholl foundation fred B. snite foundation HUMBERT CIRCLE

Anonymous (1) chicago and detroit Province of the society of Jesus the custom companies, Inc. the tony derosa foundation Wilma and William dooley ‘56 foundation Higher Path foundation Jem foundation John J. Kaulentis Memorial fund robert r. Mccormick tribune foundation the William f. o’connor foundation Jonathan schwabe Memorial fund the siragusa foundation u.s. cellular usA Midwest Province of the society of Jesus Wintrust financial corporation LEGRIS CIRCLE

Anonymous (1) Ayco charitable foundation Bankers life and casualty california community foundation carbonari family foundation the century foundation cno services, llc Michael e. crane Attorney At law the William & Kathy doyle foundation Kraft foods Matching Gifts Program terrence P. lefevour Attorney At law Madden, Jiganti, Moore & sinars, llP donald and Patricia Manhard charitable foundation Mcshane foundation Mulvihill family foundation national Philanthropic trust Pais foundation Inc. Pcs Administration (usA), Inc.

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sauganash community Association sea cloud cruises tiffany & company the Joseph Valenti Jr. family foundation PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Abbott laboratories fund Matching Grant Plan Blue Plate chicago community trust chicago trailer Pool corporation cogan & Mcnabola, Pc dearborn capital Management, llc nancy Gonzalez Inc. Hackney’s on lake, Inc. tom & Mary Joyce family foundation Klein tools, Inc. london limo’s ltd. loyola university chicago Marshal McMahon & Associates law offices old elm country club Patton & ryan llc Polk Brothers foundation Wal-Mart foundation Wells fargo foundation FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Adams school of driving Alter ego concierge Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Brickman chicago Mercantile exchange foundation cleonardo studios, Inc. eli lilly and company foundation, Inc. G.e. egan foundation thomas fallon Photography General Mills foundation Grove Partners Inc. Illinois sports Authority Irish fellowship educational and cultural foundation Knight Partners, llc loyola Academy class of 2015 the Mcshane companies Moller financial services Mosaicos Inc. northwestern Mutual foundation nuveen Investments, llc olson transportation P.r.P. Wine International, Inc. Palace resorts Peoples energy Matching Gifts Program ritz-carlton, Kapalua dr. deborah A. schiappa, do, sc stefani’s restaurants W.K. Kellogg foundation P R I N C I PA L’ S C L U B

Anonymous (1) AMG charitable Gift foundation Bredemann toyota cBs radio the cain Agencies, Inc. chalet landscape, nursery & Garden center chicago cubs chief o’neill’s Pub the cogent Advisor llc draper and Kramer, Inc. e.J.’s Place the fairmont san francisco

Harold f. & suzanne d. falk foundation foley family foundation four seasons resort Punta Mita Gewalt-Hamilton Associates, Inc. Glenview state Bank louis Glunz III family/regis technologies foundation Grainger Matching charitable Gifts Program Hidden shamrock ItW foundation lambrecht Jewelers, Inc. lawlor foundation leo Burnett company charitable foundation lorraine and John langdon foundation loyola Academy dean’s office loyola Academy Men’s lacrosse Program Madwell Morgan stanley smith Barney GIft Inc. H. c. nahigian and sons northwestern Mutual foundation Pnc financial services Group the robison family foundation salon u skokie Valley Beverage co. smith-corcoran funeral Homes sports Made Personal target take charge of education university of st. Mary of the lake Vine-o-distributers Inc. Wal-Mart foundation Waste Management Phoenix Weaver Boos consultants north central, llc DEAN’S CLUB

Alta Packaging, Inc. American Jebco corporation Americaneagle.com, Inc. Annette lecompte Interiors, llc Axley family foundation Baxter Allegiance foundation Beyond the Ivy rooftops Bredemann lexus in Glenview david r. Bryant Attorney at law Patricia & Albert c. Buehler Jr. foundation Burke sound & security corporation chicago Hilton & towers classic Kids colliers Bennett & Kahnweiler eaton corporation fifth third Bank first Hand foundation Ge foundation Gemini Bistro Group, llc Hall’s complete rental service diane Hamilton Photography Hester Painting and decorating J. Hovanec Group, llc Indestructo rental co. Jennings chevrolet-Volkswagen, Inc. Jim Karas Personal training Kingston Mines loyola Academy rowing Association loyolaWear Maplewood Hotel J.W. Marriott desert springs resort & spa Mcdonald’s corporation John & engrid Meng Inc. Monastero’s ristorante

Murphy surgery & educational research trust neiman Marcus new york Marriott Marquis Kate oelerich Photography Peachtree Place John Plunkett design Professional liability solutions, llc racconto foods results 22 llc richmond Insurance Group, llc louis H. scherb Attorney at law ferdinand B. schiappa, dds stormy’s tavern & Grille sutton studios top driver unforgettable edibles Vantagepoint Partners, Inc. the Waldorf Astoria Wilmette Harbor rotary club Wilmette Park district robert & Marilyn Zahorik foundation Zlan Partners MAROON AND GOLD CLUB

1 Plus 1 funding, llc ABt electronics a.Go.Go the salon the Backyard Barbecue store Bankers life and casualty company Barclays educational Gift Matching Program the Big Picture Home theater company Boeing Matching Gift Program carousel linens Inc. chicago ‘52 Alumni chicago Bears youth football camps chicago center for the Print doral Golf resort & spa ernst & young furla Photography & Video Hip threads Incapital llc KH Photography nancy Krause floral design loyola Academy swimming and diving teams MGM Grand at foxwoods Motorola foundation timothy J. o’donoghue Pc Prudential foundation Matching Gifts Program road America schaefer’s Wines, food & spirits sidney’s Valet services spagnolo enterprises, ltd. stuart-rodgers Photography limited u.s. open Valley lodge Word on fire catholic Ministries RAMBLER’S CLUB

Anonymous (1) Acme refining Aetna foundation, Inc. All on the road catering & Bakery Amsted Industries foundation edward A. Anderson company Arami Archi dorati corporation Bespoke cuisine Body science chicago Bordignon dental Associates and oral Implant center Boys Hope Girls Hope


Braun strategic resources, Inc. Broadway in chicago canine care chicago Bears football club, Inc. chicago line cruises, ltd. chicago shakespeare theater the coca-cola company Matching Gift Program college x-ing, llc the comedysportz theatre the dailey Method north shore de Giulio Kitchen design designer direct, Inc. the Walt disney company foundation erie-lasalle Body shop etcetera evolution Wines & spirits Irvin s. fisch, llc nora fleming llc follett corporation Gavin J. Green, dds Get Moving, ltd. Grand food center suzy Halpin Photography Hel’s Kitchen Inliten, llc the Joffrey Ballet Juniper networks Matching Gift Program Kamel company law offices of robert Kuzas, ltd. l20 la colonna the lax shop loyola Academy senior student council loyola Academy Women of Wisdom MsM Promotions Maryknoll fathers and Brothers McMurrough chapel, ltd. Merck Partnership for Giving Microsoft Matching Gifts Program Misericordia Home Molten splendor national Investment services, Inc. new Prospects new york life foundation nimrod realty Group, Inc. north shore racquet club old neighborhood Grill the organic Gardener ltd. Parker Hannifin foundation the Patrick Group Pepsico foundation Pinehurst resort Quartino restaurant and Wine Bar rl restaurant ryan, ryan & landa sabbia fine Jewelry saint Martha catholic church Michael salerno’s Pizzeria scandanavian ski shop, Inc. schniedwind family trust shoreline sightseeing the soccer House nicole thomas Photography time Warner Matching Grants Program tru Wacker Management, Inc. Walsh natural Health Wilmette Bicycle & sport shop Zanies comedy clubs

OTHER DONORS

Anonymous (1) Adler Planetarium American express Gift Matching Program Amgen foundation Arlington Park racecourse Association for electronic Healthcare Avanti skin centers Bagel restaurant and deli Batgi corp. Beinlich’s restaurant Bent fork Bakery Berghoff restaurant Big Jones Bodies by Bruno the Boeing company the Bootery Bridie McKenna’s Brunswick Zone niles Buffalo Wild Wings cafe touche the capital Grille restaurant catering by Michael’s family of companies chicago Architecture foundation chicago Botanic Garden chicago Bulls chicago White sox chicago Zoological society club lucky the comix Gallery country classics dePaul university Merle reskin theatre dinkels Bakery don Juan’s restaurant donegal Imports edgebrook Ace Hardware edwards florist, Inc. egg Harbor cafe ellen’s on elm escrip fix-It enterprises, Inc. francesca’s Hole in the Wall Gabriel’s restaurant Gilson’s Goldman, sachs & co. Goode & fresh Pizza Bakery Gordon new talent salon Grandpa’s Place Graziano’s the Grill H & r Block foundation the Happ Inn Hard core Pilates Harrison’s Poultry farm Hayes funeral & cremation service llc High tea with Gerri Irving’s red Hots J. Mclaughlin Johnny’s Kitchen & tap Jones, Walker, Waechter, Poitevent, carrere & denegre, llP Kaufman Hall Kidsnips Knights of columbus ouilmette council 922 KsMB Associates, Inc. l. Woods restaurant lava lite, llc le colonial liberty farms, Inc.

lifeline theatre lori’s designer shoes lou Malnati’s Pizzeria loyola Academy Bowling camp loyola Academy class of 2012 loyola Academy Hockey club lulu’s Marriott theater J. Brian Mcdonnell Attorney at law Mead Johnson nutrition Meathead Management llc Mechanical contractors Association Meier’s tavern Metropolis Performing Arts center Mia figlia Mix & Mingle Morgan stanley firm the Morris Inn Museum of science & Industry nestle Waters north America Inc. nimrod Maintenance & construction co. noah’s Ark family Park, Inc. nonna silvia’s trattoria & Pizzeria norshore Meats and deli northlight theatre owens corning foundation P.f. chang’s china Bistro Palm court restaurant Pasta darte trattoria Italiana david P. Pasulka Attorney at law Piven theatre Pizano’s Pizza & Pasta Polsinelli shughart Pc Portage Plastics corporation Potentiality, llc rA sushi corporate sara lee foundation sarkis cafe scandia catering co. John G. shedd Aquarium sportstime ohio sprinkles cupcakes st. emily Women’s club stumm Insurance llc t. rowe Price foundation, Inc. taco diablo thometz & uhland orthodontics thomson reuters three tarts Bakery & cafe tulsa community foundation u dawg u u.s. Bancorp foundation university of notre dame ursula Hair design Villanova university Vinci Wagener capital Management llc Walker Bros. original Pancake House Washington Gardens Whole foods Market northbrook Wildfire Wilmette Pet shop yellow Bird stationary, Invitations & Gifts

st. Louise de marillac Giving societies S R . C O N S TA N C E C I R C L E

OTHER DONORS

named for Marillac High school founder sr. constance dahinden, dc for her spirit, dedication and foresight. Includes gifts of $10,000 or more.

Anonymous (1) Margaret (lauf) Anderson ‘73 danielle G. Ansaldo ‘87 tracy d. Bafia ‘92 nicole c. Baldassano ‘92 Mary s. Barbera ‘75 Bridget M. Barrett ‘92 Barbara A. Beckman ‘87 lucy e. Bergstrom ‘92 Kelly Borgardt ‘92 Victoria l. Boyce ‘87 Kristen M. Brown ‘87 Mary V. Browning ‘87 AnnMarie M. caputo ‘87 Patricia M. cleary ‘92 Julia A. colombo ‘87 diane e. duffy ‘78 Bridget J. evers ‘92 Julie felipez ‘87 Jc fischer ‘92 cynthia l. Gagliano ‘92 Kathryn M. Gallagher ‘78 Ann M. Gemmel ‘92 deborah A. Golden ‘72 Kimberly e. Gruszka ‘87 Jennifer l. Harty ‘87 laura A. Jaeger ‘87 ruth lange ‘87 Maureen f. Maher ‘92 sarah A. Mahoney ‘92 Bridgette c. Martinen ‘92 carolyn s. Martorano ‘92 Joanne M. Masters ‘87 elizabeth c. McBride ‘92 liza l. Momongan ‘87 Jill Monoscalco ‘87 Kim A. nugent ‘87 shannon J. o’connor ‘92 eileen t. o’regan ‘87 carlotta e. Plotner ‘87 Valerie A. capparelli Plunkett ‘75 tamika s. Pritchett ‘92 Melinda rice ‘92 Mary Kay scheid ‘84 Jennifer A. schnefke ‘87 Kathleen M. schultz ‘87 Molly P. simmermon ‘92 Jennifer r. sterba ‘92 Mary t. stover ‘71 Jennifer A. surowiec ‘92 Jo Anne tagliamonte ‘87 Peggy A. tameling ‘75 laurel thomas ‘87 diane c. Vander Kolk ‘81 colleen A. Walsh ‘92 Heather M. Walsh ‘92 Maureen Wilde ‘83 elizabeth A. Wilkie ‘87 cathleen e. Zaeske ‘92

SR. CYRILLA CIRCLE

named for sr. cyrilla Verhalen, dc, who presented freshmen with the Miraculous Medal in a special ceremony each year and who is remembered for her loving care of Marillac’s rose garden. Includes gifts of $5,000 to $9,999. LOUISE CIRCLE

named for st. louise de Marillac, dc, who founded the daughters of charity with st. Vincent de Paul in Paris, france, in 1633. Includes gifts of $2,500 to $4,999. FOUNDER’S CLUB

Includes gifts of $1,000 to $2,499, as well as members of the sr. constance circle, sr. cyrilla circle and louise circle. N O R T H S TA R C L U B

Includes gifts of $500 to $999. GREEN AND BLUE CLUB

Includes gifts from $250 to $499. LDM CLUB

Includes gifts from $100 to $249. SR. CYRILLA CIRCLE

Kathleen M. Madden loftus ‘75 LOUISE CIRCLE

loretta o’connell o’Malley ‘83 nancy A. Hochstetter Pins ‘82 FOUNDER’S CLUB

Katie l. Bowen ‘88 Bridget A. o’connell Halloran ‘84 Andrea l. Holihan ‘80 susan c. comerford Jacobs ‘75 catharine B. Brault Murphy ‘81 susan M. Barrett orr ‘79 eileen M. Mitchell Poydence ‘80 N O R T H S TA R C L U B

Julie sheridan delaney ‘76 GREEN AND BLUE CLUB

Joanne l. Brandstrader ‘84 Mary Anne Mcnulty Haben ‘74 Mary o. lederer ‘78 Kathy M. Irpino netzel ‘77 Joan K. Kenny rose ‘73 Arlene Poden tengel ‘78 LDM CLUB

Jeanne G. Borscha-eisinger ‘77 Gabrielle M. Buckley Jaymi n. Griesmeyer ‘92 carolyn d. Marsan ‘82 Julie d. durkin Montague ‘76 Jean M. richards ‘80 Mary Anne nash sebby ‘71 Kathleen s. sheridan ‘88 Maureen A. Philbin Wimbiscus ‘86

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A 21st-century Aquatic Center for the Loyola community

AqUAtIC InItIAtIVe

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for More thAn hALf A century, thousands of ramblers have participated in Loyola’s award-winning swimming, diving and water polo programs — a rigorous and rewarding experience that has taught them to pursue excellence not only in the aquatic arena, but in the larger arena of life. now, we are building on this rich aquatic tradition through the Loyola Academy Aquatic Initiative. this upcoming capital enhancement will promote the ignatian ideal of “educating the whole person,” encourage personal growth beyond the classroom and ensure a second century of excellence in aquatics for Loyola’s ramblers.


sCope oF proJeCt A state-of-the-art Aquatic Center equipped with an ihsA competition-size pool, a diving well, ihsA competition diving boards, a moveable bulkhead, locker rooms, coaching offices, public restrooms and a 500-seat spectator balcony. Monumental, glare-free exterior windows with a southern exposure will maximize daylight and minimize energy consumption. spectators will also be able to view the swimming pool and diving boards through a twostory glass curtain wall in the Aquatic center lobby.

supporting Aquatic

exCeLLenCe

My years as a Rambler — and as captain of Loyola’s Swim Team — gave me a great foundation for life. I learned how to be a leader, how to serve and how to strive. I feel privileged to be able to give back to Loyola by supporting the Aquatic Initiative. This is a terrific opportunity to enhance our program — which has produced national champions, All-Americans and Olympic gold medalists — by giving a new generation of Rambler athletes the state-of-the-art aquatic facilities that they need and deserve.

Inspiring achievement

Todd T. Ford ‘72 Former Loyola Swimming and Diving Team Captain, All-American and National Catholic Swimming Champion Aquatic Center Initiative supporter

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For more information about the Loyola Academy Aquatic Initiative, please contact Vice President for Advancement Bob Miller at 847.920.2428 or bmiller@loy.org.

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Commemorative Funds JOHN D. AIELLO ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

doc Aiello rambler run for someone Mrs. Julie Aiello-Vincent and Mr. Paul Vincent Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Borah Mrs. rosanne coury Mrs. caitlin creevy Mr. Michael P. culhane ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph x. cushing ‘81 Mrs. colleen M. detjen Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. feifar ‘75 Ms. Mary Gauntner Mr. and Mrs. John c. Halston ‘82 Mr. John J. Hardt ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. Harig Miss Margaret e. Kaiser ‘05 Ms. Gabriella I. lenzi ‘04 Mr. Kevin J. Mistrik Mr. Michael l. Monticello ‘85 and Ms. Karin ulstrup Mr. timothy l. o’Brien ‘80 and Ms. devon corneal Mr. Kevin o’shaughnessy and dr. elizabeth o’shaughnessy Mr. and Mrs. James f. rollings ‘73 Mr. timothy J. smith ‘01 dr. and Mrs. charles A. thorsen III ‘66 dr. and Mrs. George d. tsonis ‘88 R E V. J A M E S C . L . A R I M O N D , SJ ‘57 SCHOLARSHIP FOR ExCELLENCE ENDOWMENT

Mrs. Patricia Blume Mr. and Mrs. John J. concannon ‘83 david r. Bryant Attorney at law Mr. Victor P. filippini Jr. ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. edward l. Hocter sr. ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kearney ‘57 louis H. scherb Attorney at law Mr. and Mrs. Henry e. Mawicke ‘57 Mr. William A. McIntosh ‘57 Pcs Administration (usA), Inc. Wells fargo foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brian B. Whalen ‘57 the William & Kathy doyle foundation ARRUPE STUDENT AID FUND

usA Midwest Province of the society of Jesus from Milwaukee Province JAMES M. ASNIS ‘57 MEMORIAL FUND

david r. Bryant Attorney at law PA U L W. A N D C AT H E R I N E A . B O LT z S C H O L A R S H I P

C L A S S O F 2 011 SENIOR CLASS GIFT

Mrs. Mary Alexander Mr. russell Alexander rIP Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anton Ms. emerald e. Antwi-nsiah ‘11 Ms. Patricia G. castellanos ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. Brian charron Ms. Julia K. cormier ‘11 Ms. Molly K. dutmers ‘11 Ms. Monica A. finn ‘11 Mr. John A. forsyth ‘11 Ms. stacy M. Goldrick ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gross Mr. Brian J. Hinkamp ‘11 Ms. Kelsey A. Kelly ‘11 Mr. Briggs t. King ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. david lakowski Mr. and Mrs. otto A. lopez Ms. lauren r. Marino ‘11 Mr. dillon M. Murphy ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. James d. Murphy III Mrs. deborah Purdon Perkaus Mr. Addison s. Perry ‘11 Ms. Jacqueline n. richardson ‘11 Ms. Katharine l. robbins ‘11 Mr. ryan M. santacrose ‘11 Ms. nina P. scoby ‘11 Mr. John P. Weisenberger ‘11 Ms. cheryl Wilks Mr. christopher J. Zaccagnini ‘11 T H E C O R C O R A N FA M I LY SCHOLARSHIP

corcoran family foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald f. corcoran D AV I D A N D M A R Y L O U D E C K E R FA M I LY S C H O L A R S H I P

Mr. david A. decker Jr. ‘87

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome c. spellman CLASS OF ‘52 SCHOLARSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Philip o. White Jr. ‘52 CLASS OF ‘59 SCHOLARSHIP

Axley family foundation Hon. and Mrs. Michael B. Bolan ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. John e. callahan ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. feeley Jr. ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Barry r. Hillenbrand ‘59 Mr. richard J. Kenney ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. dale c. leonard ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. robert M. Martin ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Peter f. steinfels ‘59

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MICHAEL E. FINNEGAN SCHOLARSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. terrence P. lefevour terrence P. lefevour Attorney at law F L O B E R G FA M I LY S C H O L A R S H I P ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. frederic d. floberg ‘64 Ms. eleanor sample F O L E Y O ’ D O N N E L L AT H L E T I C COMMONS

Mr. William t. o’donnell ‘67 and Ms. lezlie rehagen H U G H P. H A C K E T T SCHOLARSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Alan chapman Mr. and Mrs. david s. richter Mr. Jeffrey r. rosenthal J O H N T. A N D J O A N N E K . HICKEY FUND

Mr. and Mrs. John t. Hickey sr. ‘43 LAWRENCE AND ADA HICKEY FA M I LY S C H O L A R S H I P ENDOWMENT

lawrence and Ada Hickey foundation Mr. and Mrs. lawrence Hickey ‘41 FRANK AND MONICA HOGAN PERFORMING ARTS ENDOWMENT

catherine McKeever denten foundation Mr. and Mrs. edward G. denten ‘50

HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS

TONY DEROSA ‘90 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

the tony derosa foundation ROBERT J. DOOLEY 1927, 1955, 1981, 2012 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Wilma and William dooley ‘56 foundation

Ms. Julie d. rogers

R E V. R AY M O N D J . C A L L A H A N , SJ SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. Harry e. fear Mr. K. M. fear ‘79 and Mrs. cheryl Porta

D E N T E N FA M I LY S C H O L A R S H I P

JOHN A. AND JULIE DOWDLE SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. Gerard A. Brost ‘71

D AV I D F E A R ‘ 7 0 S C H O L A R S H I P ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. James s. Hogan sr. ‘56 Hon. and Mrs. Michael J. Hogan ‘64

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Mr. and Mrs. William J. Braasch ‘60 Hon. and Mrs. Arthur H. Gross ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. leahy ‘60

dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Boltz ‘61 dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Boltz ‘61

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Mr. sollie raso Mr. and Mrs. Michael s. samluk Mr. donald W. schaumberger louis H. scherb Attorney at law sportstime ohio Ms. Holly G. starck Mr. and Mrs. Gary l. thompson Mr. and Mrs. George Zabulake Mr. and Mrs. Michael d. Zlevor

E I L E E N T. D O Y L E ‘ 0 6 SCHOLARSHIP

Mr. Jeff Blake Mr. Joseph J. Butler Mr. and Mrs. laler decosta II Ms. Pamela A. farr Mr. and Mrs. trey W. Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. louis Greifenstein Ms. Mary Halpin Mr. George J. Keefe ‘62 rIP Ms. rita B. Klint Mrs. susan link Mechanical contractors Association national Investment services, Inc. Mr. Gerald l. nudo and Ms. Anne B. Voshel Mr. Michael f. o’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Michael f. o’Hara Mr. and Mrs. daniel G. Prezembel Mr. and Mrs. James A. Quinn ‘62

Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Anderson ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Annotti Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. Babington Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Baby Jr. Mr. robert l. Bacon and Ms. Karen Hailpern Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell A. Bennett sr. Ms. Patricia M. Bidwill Mr. James Bittman Mr. and Mrs. James H. Black Jr. ‘58 Bennett Boskey Mr. terence K. Brennan and Mrs. Gilmore lavezzorio-Brennan Mr. and Mrs. John e. Burke Mr. and Mrs. richard e. Butler Mr. and Mrs. John J. carroll Mr. H. r. collins and Ms. Virginia lynch Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. dieschbourg Mr. and Mrs. christopher dodds Mr. and Mrs. Phillip dressel Mr. and Mrs. John dubuque Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. dunham Mr. and Mrs. robert J. dunne Jr. ‘55 Mr. robert B. egan Mr. and Mrs. clyde farrow Mr. John r. feldheim rIP Ms. courtney finlayson Ms. nancy K. fox Mrs. linda franke Mr. Asher funk dr. and Mrs. ramon Garcia Ms. Anne e. Gardner

Mr. and Mrs. James c. Giffhorn Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Goodworth Mr. and Mrs. r.d. Boyd Harman Mr. and Mrs. f. J. Heider Mr. and Mrs. frank J. Hogan III ‘55 John & engrid Meng Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Brian e. Johnson Mr. frank s. Karger Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph s. Kearney Jr. ‘51 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kearney ‘57 Mr. tom Kearney Mr. and Mrs. steven A. Kersten Mr. and Mrs. casimir J. Kotowski Mrs. Marjorie Kramer Mr. and Mrs. donald l. langefeld Mr. and Mrs. William J. lawlor III Mr. and Mrs. Joel A. levine Mr. and Mrs. dan lisuk Mr. and Mrs. John M. lull estate of Harry l. Mahalick Mr. and Mrs. John P. Marlin ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. daniel W. McGrath Ms. Joann McKibbin Mr. and Mrs. Marshal I. McMahon ‘52 Mr. and Mrs. John A. McPike Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. Mcshane Mr. and Mrs. robert Morand Mr. richard A. McMenamin and Ms. Patricia J. Mulvihill Mr. Michael o’Boyle Mr. Michael o’connell ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. odlaugh Mr. and Mrs. Michael f. o’Hara Mr. and Mrs. robert P. o’Meara ‘55 Mr. Anthony M. onesto the Patrick Group Mr. and Mrs. f. James Pellikan Mr. and Mrs. William c. Perlitz ‘67 Polsinelli shughart Pc Portage Plastics corporation Hon. thomas l. ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Adam W. randle Mr. and Mrs. ned randle Ms. Karen A. rebey Mr. and Mrs. thomas G. reger Ms. Janet K. reid Mr. and Mrs. Peter reuling Mr. Jay f. reyes ‘99 Ms. linda W. roberts Mr. and Mrs. robert e. sampey Jr. Ms. Gretchen sandling Ms. sarah schniedwind Mr. and Mrs. William H. schramm Jr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. ronald schroder Mrs. erin shaft Mr. and Mrs. terrence J. sheehan Mr. and Mrs. richard A. shiman Mr. and Mrs. david e. sieben ‘57 Mr. ronald J. siles Mr. charles A. simon Ms. sandra M. sneider dr. edward J. snyder and Ms. Mary claire ryan Mr. and Mrs. John c. staley Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. stanton Mr. Albert l. stemwedel Jr. stumm Insurance llc Mr. thomas M. suffredin Mrs. nancy theisen Ms. linda B. toops Mr. and Mrs. thomas W. traylor Ms. carole tschirn Mr. edward tucker Ms. theodora Vander Maazen dr. and Mrs. John l. Vander schilden ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. raymond J. Verdon Mr. eric W. Vickrey Mr. and Mrs. david Walther Mr. and Mrs. richard H. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Michael t. Weis Mr. and Mrs. Vincent r. Wilson

R E V. R O B E R T G . H U M B E R T, S J SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. frank J. cihak ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce r. deMaeyer ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. francis W. dempsey ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. thomas e. Kneafsey ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome c. neyer ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. J. thomas solon Mr. and Mrs. William J. trapp ‘56 IRISH FELLOWSHIP F O U N D AT I O N S T U D E N T A I D FUND

Irish fellowship educational and cultural foundation T H E J E N N I N G S FA M I LY SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. Jack r. Jennings ‘97 Ms. robyn Jennings ‘04 Mr. todd c. Jennings ‘10 R AY M O N D J . K AVA N A G H SCHOLARSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Matt M. casey JOHN E. KENNY SR. ‘31 SCHOLARSHIP

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Kenny ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Michael f. o’Hara W I L L I A M T. K E R N A N ‘ 0 2 O’SHAUGHNESSY PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP

Miss evonne e. Abou-Mourad ‘01 ROBERT KUBON SCHOLARSHIP

robert Kubon foundation Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kubon LAFFERTY SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. John M. lafferty T H E J O A N F. A N D W I L L I A M J . L AV E z z O R I O ‘ 4 6 S C H O L A R S H I P

Mr. and Mrs. nicholas J. lavezzorio III ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. William H. schniedwind ‘69 PAT R I C K LY N C H ‘ 8 7 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. John P. lynch MCDONALD BROTHERS SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

thomas J. Mcdonald ‘82 J O H N F. M C K E R R J R . SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. John f. McKerr Jr. ELIzABETH D. AND WILLIAM B . M C N U LT Y ‘ 3 8 S C H O L A R S H I P ENDOWMENT

Mrs. William B. Mcnulty T H E M U LV I H I L L A N D M O H R FA M I LY S C H O L A R S H I P

Mulvihill family foundation Ms. Patricia J. Mulvihill JAMES M. O’LOUGHLIN ‘62 SCHOLARSHIP

dr. James H. Babler ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. William s. Barranco Jr. ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Blake ‘62 dr. edward W. Bough ‘62 and Ms. Joan Merdinger deacon and Mrs. richard J. Bowles ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Braasch ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. William t. Breen ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. ernest r. Buckly ‘62 dr. and Mrs. Warren J. Busscher ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John d. Byrnes Jr. ‘62 california community foundation Mr. and Mrs. richard o. castro ‘62 Mr. George t. cenar Jr. ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. cox ‘62


Mr. and Mrs. d. Michael donovan ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. e. John doyle III ‘62 capt. and Mrs. dwight d. fisher ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John e. flatley ‘62 G.e. egan foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald e. egan ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John f. Gorman ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Gottschalk ‘62 Mr. robert W. Hahn ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John f. Hamilton ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. A. Joseph Harrison ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John l. Hayes ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Hitzelberger ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Kane ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick d. Kelly ‘62 Mr. robert e. Kelly Jr. ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. robert W. Kepner Jr. ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Bart W. Korb ‘62 loyola Academy Men’s Water Polo team Mr. George W. luetkemeyer ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James l. lyons ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Maloney ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Maurer ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. r. l. Mccaffrey ’62 Mr. Harry f. Mcdonagh ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Murphy Jr. ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James V. o’connor ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. William o’donovan Mr. edward A. oehler ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James M. o’loughlin ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. l. robert Pasquesi ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James f. Penfold ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard e. Pettinger ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. thomas K. Plunkett ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Quinn ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. richer ‘62 Mrs. ruth schaefer Mr. and Mrs. Paul smith ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James K. toohey ‘62 Mr. James A. Vertenten ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James r. Voss ‘62 Mr. John t. Walsh ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Whalen Mr. and Mrs. Garry A. Woodward ‘62 Mr. edward M. Zuchowski ‘62 A R T H U R A N D B A R B A R A PA N T L E FA M I LY S C H O L A R S H I P

Mr. donald A. Pantle ‘62 R O B E R T P. P E R K A U S I I I ‘ 7 7 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mrs. richard J. Adler Mr. and Mrs. richard J. Adler Jr. ‘78 Americaneagle.com, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. ronald e. Banas ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. fred J. Blesi Mrs. Mary Boyle Mr. and Mrs. daniel A. Byrne ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. campolo Mr. stephen J. canzona ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. christian A. carini ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. carini III ‘81 Mrs. Michelle ciabattari Ms. Margaret s. coffee cogan & Mcnabola, Pc Mr. and Mrs. John J. compernolle ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. thomas s. cowan Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. distasio Mr. and Mrs. Burtis J. dolan III ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. robert J. dooley III ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. david A. duffy Ms. nancy farrell Mr. Victor P. filippini Jr. ‘76 fix-It enterprises, Inc. dr. and Mrs. Brian foley, Md Mr. and Mrs. thomas s. foust Jr. ‘81 Gavin J. Green, dds Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Gleason ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. christopher P. Hansen Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hardy

Mr. and Mrs. Michael d. Hendricks Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Hick Hon. and Mrs. Michael J. Hogan ‘64 Mr. J. Michael Joyce IV Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kaiser III ‘78 Mr. david M. Kavanagh and Ms. Mary M. dollinger Mr. John P. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kilgallon Mr. and Mrs. david J. Klusendorf Mr. and Mrs. raymond P. Knoll ‘77 Ms. nancy Krause Mr. and Mrs. david G. Kuhn ‘81 Ms. catherine M. Kunzer Mr. Mark c. lato ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Peter t. lawler Mr. and Mrs. charles J. leBrun Mr. and Mrs. ed loeb Mr. and Mrs. John M. lutz Ms. Margaret A. lyman Mr. and Mrs. sean M. Madden ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew r. Maddock Mr. and Mrs. P. casey Magner ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Marlin ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Martin Mr. and Mrs. John M. Maunsell Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. McGuire ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. William V. McMenamin ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. lawrence J. McPartlin ‘61 Ms. Ann Miller Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. neumeyer Mr. and Mrs. William r. nimrod ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Mark t. o’toole ‘78 PJc Group Mrs. deborah Purdon Perkaus Mr. and Mrs. John r. Perkaus sr. ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Perkaus ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. richard c. Perkaus Jr. Mr. and Mrs. robert P. Perkaus Jr. ‘54 Ms. Mary H. Perry Ms. Agnes l. Piszczek Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Pollard Mr. and Mrs. frederick J. Proesel ‘78 Ms. c. f. reed Mr. and Mrs. daniel G. rice Mr. and Mrs. thomas P. riordan ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. ruf Mr. Mark f. santacrose ‘77 and Ms. Margaret fiorenza sauganash community Association Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. scala dr. ferdinand B. schiappa ‘72 and dr. deborah A. schiappa Mr. and Mrs. Joseph d. shelly III ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Peter f. steger sr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. James H. stoner Mr. and Mrs. daniel J. sullivan ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. sullivan Jr. ’74 Mr. and Mrs. John P. sullivan ‘81 Mr. cary G. tengel and Mrs. Arlene tengel ldM ’78 Ms. Mary P. tracy Mr. and Mrs. robert G. Vanecko ‘83 dr. and Mrs. robert M. Vanecko Mr. david M. Venkus Mr. and Mrs. richard M. Waris Mr. and Mrs. John M. Washburn ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Washburn ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson H E N R Y A . A N D J A M E S V. PROESEL ‘39 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. fredrick J. Proesel ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Proesel ’71 MICHAEL REBARCHAK ‘79 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Bredemann ‘80 Mr. carl r. Burkard M. Buth Mr. and Mrs. robert J. cerone

Mr. and Mrs. James M. daly II ‘50 Mr. and Mrs. James M. daly III ‘77 designer direct, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. George d. Hinchcliff Mr. and Mrs. christopher A. House Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hughes ItW foundation Jones, Walker, Waechter, Poitevent, carrere & denegre, llP Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Karacic Mr. and Mrs. david A. Konsler ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. richard J. lowell Ms. Mary l. Mcdonnell Mr. and Mrs. scott Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. William K. nash Ms. Patricia e. olbrisch Ms. felisha M. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. daniel c. Powers ‘79 Mrs. faye rebarchak Ms. Margaret H. rees Mr. and Mrs. Henry schniedermeier dr. Biljana s. simsic Mr. and Mrs. Matthew e. struve Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Vallee Mr. and Mrs. daniel t. yoshida JARETT ROMANSKI ‘94 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mrs. Patricia Maros Mr. and Mrs. George f. Matheson Mr. and Mrs. John H. Matheson Mr. thomas A. Matheson Ms. susan d. romanski J O H N A N D K AT H L E E N SCHREIBER SCHOLARSHIP

the John & Kathleen schreiber foundation Mr. and Mrs. John G. schreiber ‘64 T H E R O S E C AT H A R I N E S C H U B A T E N N I S PA R K RECONSTRUCTION

Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Babcock sr. Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. Babington Mr. William r. Brandstrader ‘88 and Mrs. Joanne l. Brandstrader ldM ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Hick Mr. and Mrs. James e. Hughes ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jordan Mr. francis Jules Mr. and Mrs. robert r. Mcnamara Mr. and Mrs. Brian e. o’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. o’rourke ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. erik s. Post

special Funds A Q U AT I C C E N T E R I N I T I AT I V E

Anonymous (1) eli lilly and company foundation, Inc. Mr. Victor P. filippini Jr. ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. finn Mr. and Mrs. steven J. fischer Mr. and Mrs. Bryan y. funai Mr. and Mrs. Joseph c. Giampetroni Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Goosmann Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gross Grove Partners Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William H. lecompte loyola Academy Men’s Water Polo team loyola Academy swimming and diving teams donald and Patricia Manhard charitable foundation Mr. and Mrs. John c. nicolau ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. John d. norcross ‘54 Mr. daniel J. obringer Mr. and Mrs. William f. Poland ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. timothy c. reynolds ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory servatius ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. James f. shea Mr. and Mrs. daniel P. stauder Mr. frank J. Waldeck Mr. and Mrs. richard H. Wehman Wells fargo foundation

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Barnett ’34 rIP Mr. charles J. conroy ‘40 rIP Ms. Mary e. Graham rIP dr. clyde H. Jacobs ‘31 rIP and dr. elizabeth Jacobs rIP Jem foundation Mr. donald e. laVigne ‘42 rIP and Mrs. Patricia laVigne Mr. Michael c. Mcconville ‘55 rIP Mr. and Mrs. Joseph e. Morahan III ‘70

BAND TRIP TO FRANCE FUND

Mr. and Ms. Kevin G. dowdle ‘78 dr. scholl foundation fred B. snite foundation Mr. and Mrs. timothy P. sullivan

JOSEPH C. THOMAS ‘02 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

corcoran family foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald f. corcoran the custom companies, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. stephen x. foley Jr. ‘77 Mr. thomas d. foley ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. John c. Graham Mr. and Mrs. david Melsheimer sr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. nicholas Mr. and Mrs. Gerard M. shannon

GENERAL UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT FUND

corcoran family foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald f. corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. o’rourke ‘69

R AY M O N D A . S E N G ‘ 2 1 SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT

Mr. Harry staffileno (rIP)

FOOTBALL PROGRAM FUND

Murphy surgery & educational research trust

AT H L E T I C T R A I N I N G C E N T E R

BIG SHOULDERS ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND

C O N S TA N C E S TA F F I L E N O SCHOLARSHIP

Ms. christina t. Arrom ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. cook ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. frey ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Geis ‘70 Maryknoll fathers and Brothers Mr. and Mrs. dennis ryan saint Martha catholic church Mrs. Alison Whitlock

B R O T H E R S M A L L’ S A R T SUPPLIES FUND

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Avery Athletic Hall of fame 2011 underwriting Mr. and Mrs. James H. cronin Jr. ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. deeley Jr. ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. William J. dunn Jr. ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. timothy t. feldheim Mr. and Mrs. John P. Galante sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome l. Gavin ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Koss ‘65 col. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Markey ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. david K. Mcnulty ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. ouska ‘76 Mr. thomas J. rebarchak rIP Mr. and Mrs. sherman f. reynolds ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. edwin l. ryan Jr. ‘48 dr. and Mrs. Jerome e. schoen ‘55 Wagener capital Management llc

Mr. and Mrs. George J. schwabe Jr. Jonathan schwabe Memorial fund

the northridge Group, Inc.

F I N E A R T S I N I T I AT I V E

Mr. frank r. Portner

AT H L E T I C D E PA R T M E N T F U N D

Mr. and Mrs. James s. lee Mr. Brian norton and dr. Kathryn Grace

BR. JAMES E. SMALL, SJ FINE ARTS GUILD

first Hand foundation Mr. and Mrs. Marc P. franson

Mr. and Mrs. J. stephen Baine Mr. and Mrs. Peter Berletich Mr. and Mrs. Peter t. Bowen ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Butzen ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. frank ciannella Mr. and Mrs. stephen B. crilly ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. James H. cronin Jr. ‘56 Mr. Michael e. draz ‘02 dr. and Mrs. christopher W. edwards ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. thomas f. fallon Mr. and Mrs. James fauerbach Mr. and Mrs. edward W. fitzgerald Jr. ‘59 Mr. John P. Gallagher ‘88 Mr. Jerome n. Groark ‘51 Mr. and Mrs. James Hartnett Ms. Margaret s. Hermes ‘01 Honorable and Mrs. John l. Huff ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. robert e. Hyde ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. Jackson ‘84 Ms. Mary ellen Jobczynski Mr. and Mrs. James W. lyman ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. lynch ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Paul l. lynch ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. daniel l. lyne ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Paul f. Matousek Mr. and Mrs. Kazimierz Mazurek Mr. Michael J. Mcnulty ‘49 Mr. and Mrs. edward d. Meintzer ‘62 Ms. Meghan c. Mocogni ‘00 national Philanthropic trust Mr. and Mrs. daniel P. nolan ‘72 Mr. Benjamin o’connor Mr. thomas M. Pasquesi ‘88 and Ms. lindsey Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Perille ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Perry Mr. c. Brian sethness ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey stoner dr. and Mrs. James r. Webster Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Weglinski ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wycklendt ‘00

J O N AT H A N J . S C H W A B E ‘ 0 0 MEMORIAL FUND

estate of raymond A. seng ‘21

F I N E A R T S D E PA R T M E N T F U N D

BOYS HOPE GIRLS HOPE FUND

CAMPUS MINISTRY FUND

Ms. danielle A. natz dr. charlene thomas

dr. Geraldine B. coleman Mr. terrence truax and rev. laura truax

V I B E R N F O U N D AT I O N SCHOLARSHIP

C H A P E L R E N O VAT I O N

ViBern foundation

COUNSELING SERVICES FUND

Mr. and Mrs. denis P. dowdle ‘81 st. emily Women’s club DUMBACH TRIP TO EAST EUROPE FUND

Mr. and Mrs. daniel l. timm ‘79

CHICAGO JESUIT ACADEMY T U I T I O N A S S I S TA N C E F U N D

Higher Path foundation Mr. and Mrs. david G. o’neill

honor roLL of donors

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Mr. and Mrs. thomas Parrott Mr. and Mrs. donald schoenheilder GUARDIAN ANGEL FUND

Anonymous (1) Mr. and Mrs. richard J. Adler Jr. ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. scott K. Ahlstrom sr. Mr. and Mrs. thomas Aldrich dr. and Mrs. Ghassan Aldurra Mr. and Mrs. Paul l. Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. cesar Arocho Ayco charitable foundation Mr. and Mrs. William f. Baker Ms. roberta Bartik and Mr. Anthony Graffeo Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Baudhuin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. charles H. Beck Jr. Mr. and Mrs. terrence M. Belton Mr. and Mrs. louis Benedetto Mr. James W. Blake and Ms. Kelly Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Alex Bosak Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Bradley Mr. William r. Brandstrader ‘88 and Mrs. Joanne l. Brandstrader ldM ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. James l. Brault ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Bredemann ‘70 Mr. terence K. Brennan and Mrs. Gilmore lavezzorio-Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Broccolo ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. timothy e. Broccolo ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. daniel A. Byrne ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Buckley Mr. and Mrs. John H. Buehler Mr. and Mrs. Brian Butler c2 foundation Mr. William J. caffrey and Mrs. Paulette Gagliardo-caffrey Mr. and Mrs. Brian G. callahan ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. castellini Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. cawley Mr. and Mrs. Mark chesney Mr. and Mrs. edward A. chestnut ‘85 chicago community trust Mr. Guy chipparoni and Ms. rebecca ruff dr. and Mrs. scott B. cienkus ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. neal clark Mr. and Mrs. Aric cleland Mr. and Mrs. John G. clifford Mr. Marc collins and dr. Madeline collins dr. and Mrs. Michael l. connolly ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Kelly d. conway Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. corbett Jr. ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph cosgrove Mr. and Mrs. thomas s. cowan Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. cramer Mr. Peter darrigo Mr. and Mrs. Ian de Hueck Mr. and Mrs. John P. dempsey Mr. and Mrs. efren c. dino Mr. and Mrs. William r. dodds Mr. and Mrs. Burtis J. dolan III ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Mario J. donato ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. craig s. donohue Mr. and Mrs. carey M. dowdle ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. James c. dowdle ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. doyle Mr. and Mrs. thomas dunham dr. and Mrs. John r. durburg ‘56 Mr. Michael dwyer lt. Michael e. engels ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. edward falkenhayn Mr. and Mrs. edward J. fiorentino Mr. and Mrs. steven J. fischer Mr. and Mrs. George f. fitzpatrick Jr. Mr. and Mrs. larkin s. flanagan ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. flocco Mr. and Mrs. Hugh c. floyd dr. and Mrs. Brian foley Mr. and Mrs. William d. forsyth III

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael fuller Mr. and Mrs. robert funck Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Garcia Mrs. Geri M. Gaughan Mr. and Mrs. James s. Gault Mrs. Mary Beth Ginley Mr. thomas J. Ginley ‘11 dr. James W. Hoag and Ms. Marcia e. Glenn Mr. Peter e. Goschi and dr. Barbara M. Goschi Mr. and Mrs. christopher t. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hagedorn Mrs. Maureen B. Hajduk Mr. and Mrs. craig Hardwick Mr. and Mrs. John f. Hartmann Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hayes Mr. and Mrs. theodore B. Heldring Mr. and Mrs. John Hess Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hickey ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. roger P. Hickey ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. david l. Hill ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. robert d. Horne Mr. and Mrs. Jon Hortness dr. and Mrs. Brian Huettl Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. Huffman Mr. and Mrs. shaun Hussey Mr. and Mrs. John d. Iglar Mr. and Mrs. christopher l. Janssen Ms. Mary ellen Jobczynski Mr. and Mrs. david G. Jones ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kariotis Mr. and Mrs. david P. Kendzior Mr. and Mrs. david B. Kennedy ‘73 Mrs. Karen Kennedy Amb. James c. Kenny and Mrs. Margaret M. Kenny Mr. and Mrs. Mark t. Kindelin Mr. and Mrs. stephen V. King Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kopon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kreb Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kubicek Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Kuchuris ‘86 dr. and Mrs. robert Kummerer Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kyle Jr. ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. laughlin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin lawler Mr. and Mrs. terence P. leahy ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. James s. lee Mr. and Mrs. donald P. leighton ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Marc H. levison Mr. Mark A. lewandowski ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. robert G. lewandowski Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. livingston Jr. Mr. and Mrs. ed loeb loyola Academy Jesuit community Mr. and Mrs. James W. lyman ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. richard lyons Mr. and Mrs. sean M. Madden ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Mr. and Mrs. daniel Martinus Mr. and Mrs. roy May Mr. and Mrs. William Mccabe Ms. Mary M. Mcdonnell Mr. and Mrs. Kevin t. McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. McKeough Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. McKerr ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. William V. McMenamin ‘77 Mr. timothy K. McPike and Ms. Jan K. tratnik Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mcshane Mrs. and Mr. Aimee Meccia Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meehan Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Meister ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Michael s. Melbinger Mr. and Mrs. chris Mercouris Mr. and Mrs. dan Michalek ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. robert l. Michels ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. randall Miller Mr. and Mrs. richard Moroni Mr. and Mrs. James Morrissey Mr. and Mrs. richard A. Mozack Mr. and Mrs. Mark r. Muench ‘75

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mulhern Mr. J. Hobie Murnane Jr. ‘75 Mr. stephen M. naughton and Ms. nancy e. naughton, Jd Mr. and Mrs. casey J. newell Mr. and Mrs. John P. nicholas Mr. and Mrs. G. Peter nichols Mr. and Mrs. lawrence M. nicholson dr. and Mrs. Michael J. nick Mr. thomas H. nolan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. o’Brien ‘78 Ms. Margaret M. o’connor Mr. and Mrs. donald l. ocwieja Mr. and Mrs. david s. o’dea Mr. and Mrs. Kevin odle dr. and Mrs. Arturo olivera Jr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. david G. o’neill Pnc financial services Group Mr. and Mrs. christian Pappas Mr. and Mrs. Kurt B. Penn Mr. and Mrs. robert P. Perkaus Jr. ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. Perry Mr. and Mrs. James n. Perry Jr. Mr. and Mrs. thomas M. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. robert J. Pillion Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent d. Pinelli Mr. and Mrs. P. Marc Poggioli Mr. and Mrs. erik s. Post Mrs. Gwen M. Post Mr. and Mrs. scott A. rafferty Mr. and Mrs. robert d. randolph Jr. Mr. and Mrs. christopher J. reckamp Mr. Gregory P. reilly Mr. and Mrs. Gary P. rejebian Mr. and Mrs. M. todd richmond ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Victor P. ricolcol Mr. and Mrs. William f. riordan Mr. and Mrs. William A. roever III Mr. and Mrs. Gary V. sagui Mr. and Mrs. robert e. sampey Jr. Mr. and Mrs. robert V. sanborn Mr. and Mrs. fredrick schaupp Mr. and Mrs. frank e. schmitz Mr. and Mrs. robert J. schnetzler Mr. and Mrs. William H. schniedwind ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. donald schoenheider Mr. and Mrs. William H. schramm Jr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. frank G. scopelliti Mr. and Mrs. Joseph sefton Mr. and Mrs. Gregory servatius ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. James A. seymour Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. shea ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory s. shearson Mr. len siegal and Ms. cathy stix Mr. and Mrs. charles smith Mr. and Mrs. eugene smith Mr. and Mrs. robert c. spence dr. and Mrs. Walter stadler Mr. and Mrs. daniel P. stauder Mr. and Mrs. Joseph c. stevens Mr. and Mrs. daniel c. stralka ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey t. stuart Mr. and Mrs. Matthew suhey Mr. and Mrs. Kent A. swanson ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. John talaga Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey tallis Mr. and Mrs. Matthew taylor Mr. and Mrs. lawrence J. thalmann III Mr. and Mrs. larry thuet Mr. and Mrs. d. c. tierney Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. tower sr. Mr. and Mrs. ricardo ugarte Mr. and Mrs. James Van Horn Mr. and Mrs. timothy s. Van Kirk Mr. and Mrs. James P. Walsh III Mr. and Mrs. richard M. Waris Mr. and Mrs. Martin Watts Mr. and Mrs. leonard e. Webster Mr. and Mrs. edward J. Wehmer ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. William Weimer Mr. and Mrs. John r. Weiss Ms. Amy M. Welzer Mr. and Mrs. thomas r. Wenzel

Mr. and Mrs. James c. Williams Wilmette Harbor rotary club Mr. and Mrs. thomas Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. christopher s. Wright Mr. and Mrs. david J. Wuertz ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. robert e. Zahorik ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zinkula LACROSSE PROGRAM FUND

Anonymous (1) LOYOLA ACADEMY BIG SHOULDERS SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND

couri family foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bradford B. couri ‘81 LOYOLA DUBLIN 2012 FUND

dearborn capital Management, llc Mr. and Mrs. robert H. Huffman III Mr. david M. Kavanagh and Ms. Mary M. dollinger Kathleen and david Kennedy foundation Mr. and Mrs. david B. Kennedy ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. casimir J. Kotowski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph nolan Mr. Patrick J. tierney ‘02 MANDARIN CHINESE LANGUAGE ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. o’rourke ‘69 MUNz CAMPUS GENERAL FUND

Archi dorati corporation Mr. and Mrs. david Archibald Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Bauer Bordignon dental Associates and oral Implant center Mr. and Mrs. H. Glen clarke III ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Burtis J. dolan III ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. david B. fallon Jr. ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Kelly ford Mr. and Mrs. steven d. funkhouser Mrs. Geri M. Gaughan Mr. and Mrs. John W. Haben ‘74 and Mrs. Mary Anne Mcnulty Haben ldM ’74 Mr. and Mrs. robert e. Harrington Jr. ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Hipskind Jem foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brian e. Johnson Mr. J. Michael Joyce IV Mr. and Mrs. timothy e. Kemper ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Kluckman Mr. and Mrs. James t. Mangan Mr. and Mrs. thomas f. Mcdonough Mr. and Mrs. James M. McMenamin ‘68 Mr. richard A. McMenamin ‘74 and Ms. Patricia J. Mulvihill Mr. and Mrs. Joseph e. Morahan III ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. lawrence M. nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Pujals Mr. and Mrs. scott A. rafferty Mr. and Mrs. ross richards richmond Insurance Group, llc Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin A. ruf Mr. and Mrs. James J. rushin Mr. and Mrs. James c. schatz Mr. and Mrs. Gregory servatius ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. lawrence J. thalmann III dr. James H. toraason and dr. deborah A. toraason Mr. Philip trimble rIP Mr. and Mrs. George tzanetopoulos Mr. and Mrs. richard H. Wehman Jr. ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. thomas Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zinkula MUNz CAMPUS S Y N T H E T I C T U R F I N I T I AT I V E

Mr. and Mrs. thomas J. croghan ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Burtis J. dolan III ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. flanagan Jr. ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mcnair Mr. and Mrs. Gregory servatius ‘77

Mr. and Mrs. thomas Woodrow Mr. and Mrs. christopher s. Wright O’SHAUGHNESSY LEARNING CENTER ENDOWMENT

John J. Kaulentis Memorial fund O’SHAUGHNESSY PROGRAM FUND

Mr. david Baker and Ms. catherine carpenter Kampen family foundation Bruce A. lee family foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. lee Ms. Mary Jane o’connor the William f. o’connor foundation Mr. terrence truax and rev. laura truax S C I E N C E I N I T I AT I V E

dr. and Mrs. Walter f. Burke Mr. and Mrs. edward J. fiorentino Mr. and Mrs. John n. Gavin ‘64 louis Glunz III family/ regis technologies foundation Mr. Mathias A. Klein III ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. ramon Martinez Jr. dr. and Mrs. Kevin t. McVary robert l. Parkinson sanborn family foundation dr. ferdinand B. schiappa and dr. deborah A. schiappa, do, sc dr. and Mrs. John n. simons stepan company Mr. and Mrs. John B. sullivan ‘65 S T. I G N AT I U S S TAT U E F U N D

Mr. salvatore J. diMucci III ‘99 Mrs. yvonne A. diMucci STUDENT FINANCIAL AID FUND

Mr. and Mrs. timothy J. cullen Mr. William d. drehkoff ‘93 and Ms. Katherine Protextor Mr. and Mrs. david J. fox ‘78 Pais foundation Inc. the siragusa foundation Mr. and Mrs. richard e. sullivan ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. thomas Zidar SUMMER SERVICE PROGRAM FUND

Mr. and Mrs. John l. Hammond III ‘97 TECHNOLOGY FUND

Helen V. Brach foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Meehan Mr. and Mrs. r. Matthew simon W AT E R F O U N TA I N F U N D

Ms. sarah J. nolan WRESTLING PROGRAM FUND

Mr. and Mrs. david B. Kennedy ‘73 Kathleen and david Kennedy foundation Mr. and Mrs. William d. yurek

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editor’s note We make every effort to ensure that the donors who support loyola Academy’s mission of Jesuit education are appropriately recognized for their generosity, foresight and commitment. this Honor roll of donors includes contributions received between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. If you have not received proper recognition for your gift in this annual report, please accept our apologies and notify our development office at 847.920.2433 as soon as possible so that we can correct our records.


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Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ President

Peter J. Broccolo ’74 Principal, fulcrum Asset Advisors

Genevieve Baisley Atwood Vice President for Admissions and Enrollment

MeMBers

Sarah Ford Baine

Paul J. Laughlin

Jerome A. Castellini President castleArk Management, llc

Nicholas J. Lavezzorio III ’76 President loyola Paper company

Br. Ralph Cordero, SJ Faculty st. Ignatius High school

Bruce A. Lee

Rev. Justin Daffron, SJ Associate Provost Academic Services loyola university chicago Rev. Christopher J. Devron, SJ President christ the King Jesuit college Preparatory High school

Roseann F. LeFevour Midwest Regional Director the American Ireland fund Rev. Patrick E. McGrath, SJ President loyola Academy Rev. Thomas W. Neitzke, SJ Principal Jesuit Middle school of omaha

Dawn Caulfield Dooley Patricia M. O’Brien Kevin G. Dowdle ’78 Commodities Trader chicago Board of trade Susan M. Doyle Joseph P. Flanagan Jr. ’82 President JP flanagan enterprises, Inc.

Deborah Purdon Perkaus Rev. James S. Prehn, SJ Provincial Assistant for Secondary and Pre-Secondary Education Superior of the Loyola Academy Jesuit Community Jeanne J. Scoby

Ralph J. Gesualdo ’78 Owner International Auto Group Rev. Raymond P. Guiao, SJ Provincial Assistant for Formation chicago-detroit Province society of Jesus James P. Hickey ’75 Principal Vista equity Partners

Rev. Kenneth C. Simpson ’70 Pastor st. clement Parish Timothy P. Sullivan Managing Director Madison dearborn Partners, llc Mr. Eric M. Sundrup, SJ Theologian Jesuit school of theology santa clara university at Berkeley

Margaret Kenny Andrew Kopon Jr. Attorney Kopon Airdo, llc

Kevin W. Willer ’92 Chief Executive Officer chicagoland entrepreneurial center

Kathryn M. Baal, PhD Principal Terence K. Brennan Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operations Officer Gary A. Marando Vice President for Mission and Ministry Bob Miller Vice President for Advancement

oFFICe oF ADVAnCement Bob Miller Vice President for Advancement c o M M u n I c At I o n s d e PA r t M e n t

Lynn Composto Communications Manager Robin Hunt Director of Public Relations Timothy Sassen Director of Instructional Technology deVeloPMent d e PA r t M e n t

Rev. John J. Foley, SJ Assistant to the President O’Donavan Johnson ’00 Assistant Director of Alumni Relations Elizabeth P. Kadison ’02 Director of the Annual Fund Ann M. O’Hara Director of Development Joan Schniedwind Special Events Coordinator

Frank J. Amato Executive Director of the Athletic Hall of Fame

Lesley J. Seitzinger ’88 Principal Gifts Officer

Rev. James C.L. Arimond, SJ ’57 Alumni Chaplain

Dennis R. Stonequist Special Assistant to the President and Director of Alumni Relations

Melissa M. Babcock Principal Gifts Officer Thomas J. Cramer Principal Gifts Officer Julie Fischer Director of Special Events

Sandra Taggart Director of Research Tammy Tsakalios Gift Processor


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