The Onyx I N S T I T U T E of N OT R E DA M E
IND launches One-to-One Student Tablet PC Program
of NOTRE DAME
The Onyx is the school magazine of the Institute of Notre Dame. MISSION The Institute of Notre Dame, rooted in the values of the Catholic faith and the educational vision of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, is a college preparatory school for young women. Located in the city of Baltimore, IND is a culturally diverse community which educates its students to become women of discernment, active leaders, lifelong learners, and responsible citizens of the world. ADMINISTRATION Charisse Wernecke President Ann Seeley ’58 Principal Diana Ference Franz ’70 Assistant Principal MAGAZINE STAFF EDITOR
Kara Moran ’98 Public Relations and Communications Coordinator CONTRIBUTORS
Elizabeth Keady Director of Development Elizabeth Long ’04 Development Associate Sandra Ruffini Development Assistant Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera ’69 Special Events Coordinator Submit news for an upcoming edition to: Institute of Notre Dame ATTN: The Onyx 901 Aisquith Street Baltimore, MD 21202 firstname.lastname@example.org 410.522.7800
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A Message from the President News Happenings around IND Faculty and Staff News IND Athletics Featured Alumnae Reunions Class Notes and In Memoriam Alumnae Association News and Events Annual Development Report
A Message from the Chair
Board of Directors, Current Parents and Alumnae
Friends, Faculty and Staff
Matching Gifts, Corporations, Foundations and Groups, and Auction 2008 Sponsors and Contributors
Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, SSND Scholarship Donors
Tributes and Memorial Gifts
IND reserves the right to edit submissions for space, content and clarity. The Onyx is published twice annually. ON THE COVER Shannon Graham ’10 and Gabriella Hubbe ’10 explore the capabilities of a tablet PC that each member of the Class of 2013 will use.
A MESSAGE from
President Charisse Wernecke Dear Friends, I am pleased that in this issue of The Onyx we are both showcasing uplifting activities here at IND and presenting our annual development report. This school year has marked noteworthy firsts: the 175th Anniversary of the founding of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, the launch of our tablet PC program that will transform the way in which we educate our students, and our first co-sponsored event at IND to a sellout crowd! Our first semester has been an eventful one! Meanwhile, the ongoing economic crisis in our country and around the world illuminates some important points right here at IND. Many Americans who invested in stock portfolios on Wall Street have witnessed their investments disappear. In contrast, generous donors who invested in IND have witnessed their gifts yield impressive returns in areas much more significant than financial rewards. In this edition of The Onyx, we chronicle the impressive list of those generous donors who have given to further the work and mission of IND. Their gifts to the annual fund have helped provide compensation to faculty and
“…these generous gifts
financial aid to the families of our students. Their gifts to the capital campaign have
have enabled us at IND
grown our endowment. Their gifts in the form of grants from foundations such as
to provide one of the
the Abell Foundation, the Samuel Ready Scholarships, Inc., the Marion I. and
greatest gifts of all,
Henry J. Knott Foundation, the Middendorf Foundation, and the France-Merrick
Foundation have enabled us both to support families in need of financial aid and to launch our Learning for the 21st Century Technology Plan featuring the One-toOne Student Tablet PC Program. Let us not overlook the gifts of time and effort so generously donated by our many volunteers in the Mothers Club, Fathers Club, and Alumnae Association. In turn, these generous gifts have enabled us at IND to provide one of the greatest gifts of all, education. As Blessed Theresa of Jesus Gerhardinger so strongly believed, formal education is among the most basic and important elements in raising our children. The value of the education we provide here at IND is especially high, given its superior quality and the contrastingly modest tuition we charge. My commitment to you is to keep our tuition as affordable as possible so that we might extend to the greatest number of parents the opportunity of providing the gift of education to their daughters. To all of those who so generously continue to help us in this regard, we thank you! In Notre Dame,
Charisse Wernecke President
IND launches One-to-One Student Tablet PC Program
he Institute of Notre Dame launched its Learning for
“Learning to use technology responsibly and creatively to
the 21st Century Technology Plan this fall. The plan,
solve problems are keys to being productive 21st Century
funded to date by the Marion I. and Henry J. Knott,
citizens,” explains Mrs. Russell. “As a teacher of an information
Middendorf, and France-Merrick Foundations, creates a
skills research course, I continually found that while students
one-to-one (1:1) student
were adept at sending text messages and searching Google
and Wikipedia many did not know how to use the Internet
or technology responsibly for school work. I am inspired to
Program. The program
History teacher Mrs. Allison Sabatini demonstrates how to use her new tablet PC to Davina Pratt ’11.
continue integrating technology because I see the way it engages students and teachers in the learning process.”
will ultimately provide
The 1:1 program provides a new, school-owned tablet PC
one tablet PC for each
to every student freshman year for use at school and home.
student as well as for
To manage costs, ensure equitable access for all students, and
each teacher, creating a 1
provide convenient on-site technical support, families pay a
person to 1 computer
modest annual technology fee. Upon graduation, an affordable
environment at the school.
buy-out plan gives parents the option to purchase their
“The goal of the plan
daughters’ respective tablet PC.
is to improve student
The entire school building has a fully wireless network,
learning across all subject areas by engaging them through a
and classrooms are equipped with audio/visual equipment
new medium,” explains Mrs. Charisse Wernecke, President
to interface with the tablet PCs. Members of the Class of
of IND. “We want our students to be conversant with
2013 will be IND’s first students to have the tablet PCs for
technology at an intuitive level by providing equal access to
technology to all students.” IND’s 1:1 program is designed to prepare each young woman to realize her potential in a digital age. By providing each student with her own tablet PC, IND ensures that technology is an affordable, accessible, and indispensible educational tool for every student. During the program, each student creates an electronic portfolio, or e-portfolio, which includes a comprehensive collection of her work compiled throughout her high school experience. To better integrate the new tablet PCs, IND distributed Fujitsu Lifebook T1010 tablet PCs to teachers in August and hired a consultant as the Director of Curriculum Integration, Mrs. Diane Russell, to lead the technology improvements and educate the school community as the plan progresses.
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Victoria Velez ’10 takes a tablet PC for a test drive.
Corporate Open House brings community leaders into IND
ND opened the doors to its historic parlors on Friday, October 17 to welcome community leaders representing
corporations, local business, foundations, and educational institutions to the inaugural Corporate Open House. The event showcased IND and focused on the school’s educational mission of developing women leaders. The morning began with a rendition of “God Bless America” performed by the Select Choir and a greeting from President Charisse Wernecke. Former Baltimore City Mayor and IND Director Emeritus Thomas J. D’Alesandro, III spoke about IND’s historical and present-day relevance as an anchor educational institution in the City of Baltimore.
Former Mayor Thomas J. D’Alesandro, III takes a moment with Sister Hildie and IND Ambassadors who conducted tours for the Corporate Open House visitors. Mr. D’Alesandro spoke to the visitors, expressing his dedication to the mission of IND and encouraging them to support the school.
Doug McCoach, father of Kaitlyn ’10, former Baltimore
were in session, making special note of the enhanced
City Planning Director, remarked upon the ongoing
technological tools now used by the faculty. The day helped
promote IND as an anchor institution in Baltimore to the
Ambassadors guided guests through the building as classes
professionals in the community.
Basketball center Caitlin Bopp ’09 signs with Rider University Mr. Jeff Hargrave and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bopp, Jr., has been a key player for the Institute of Notre Dame, averaging 13 points and 10 rebounds per game. Caitlin dominates the court with more than 70 steals and 100 blocked shots in her IND career thus far. Caitlin was listed on espn.com as one of the nation’s top high school centers and was recruited by more than 40 Division I colleges to play basketball, making an impression on scouting coaches at AAU Nationals in Ohio this past summer. “Right now, I am relieved because all of my friends are going through the application process,” Caitlin says. “Summer was crazy with tournaments, but it was worth it.”
aitlin Bopp ’09 recently signed a National Letter of
Caitlin, a humble honor roll student, will receive a full
Intent during the early signing period to play basketball
scholarship to attend the school and play basketball. But for
at Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey. The 6' 3"
now, Caitlin is focused on IND’s varsity basketball season
center, pictured above with IND varsity basketball coach
and making the most of her senior year. institute of notre dame
School Sisters of Notre Dame celebrate 175th Anniversary by Sister Kathleen Jager, SSND ’70
“True to ideals set by thee, the spirit of IND.”
or generations, the IND community has proudly sung these lines. But from where does this spirit originate? I
believe it generated from the founding spirit of the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) who firmly planted their educational vision at IND 161 years ago. This year’s 175th anniversary of the SSND serves us well to reflect on that founding spirit. At a SSND convent in Bavaria, Germany, a magnificent
English Department Chair Sister Jane Cayer, SSND enjoys the laughter of her students.
tree encompasses the backyard. The tree, I’m told, was
grow in self-esteem, and become responsible leaders using
planted by our SSND foundress, Blessed Theresa of Jesus, on
their God-given gifts to help others live with the dignity of
October 24, 1833—the day she began our congregation. For
me, it has become a living symbol of our congregation’s
The congregation quickly expanded across Europe and
story. Like this tree, SSND has remained rooted for 175 years
then to North America in 1847, first planting itself on
in Blessed Theresa’s spirit as we have continued to grow,
American soil at Aisquith Street in Baltimore. Today, SSND
blossoming in the times and cultures where God has planted us.
has grown to be a powerful tree of life on five continents
Turbulent times marked Blessed Theresa’s early years.
where more than 3,700 Sisters as well as lay associates,
The Napoleonic Wars left Bavaria poverty-stricken, and
co-workers, alumnae and countless others inspired by the
secularism threatened Christian beliefs. Deeply mindful of
Gospel and Blessed Theresa’s vision form the living SSND
the gap between the gospel message and human reality,
community. Education in its broadest sense; concern for
Theresa responded to God’s call and began her congregation.
women, youth, those poor and marginalized; working
Although excluding no one from her concern, she chose the
for systemic change, peace and justice—these remain the
Christian education of girls, particularly poor girls in rural
hallmarks of SSND in mission. Like Theresa, we continue
Bavaria, as the vital service for her community. Theresa
responding to the urgent realities of our time—from founding
understood the strength of transformative education grounded
a middle school for at-risk girls in southwest Baltimore
in Gospel values in effecting systemic change – empowering
(2004), to training teachers in war-torn Sudan (2008), to
persons, especially young women, to develop their potential,
bringing worldwide concerns to the United Nations through
From left to right: IND Class of 1957 in Fourth Grade photo; School Sisters of Notre Dame circa 1960s at car and at the piano.
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our NGO office there. Closer to home, I believe Theresa
confirm our commitment to the present while allowing us a
would be very proud of that first American mission on
glimpse into the future. Thanking our faithful God for 175
Aisquith and Somerset Streets exemplifying the true spirit
grace-filled years, we pray, in the words of Blessed Theresa,
of SSND—remaining faithful to the founding vision of
that our SSND tree may continue to flower: “We have begun
transformative education for young women at IND while
this work with supernatural faith in God. Together, let us
responding to current social realities at the Caroline
continue to serve the Triune God with joy.”
Center where underemployed women find the educational
Sister Kathleen Jager, SSND ’70 was a member of IND’s
opportunities to create a hope-filled life.
faculty and campus minister from 1978-1992. She served as
This anniversary, much like many anniversaries, allows members of the SSND community to honor our past,
Archbishop Edwin O’Brien (far left) celebrated Mass at IND on Friday, October 24 in honor of the School Sisters of Notre Dame 175th Anniversary. Concelebrants (left to right) were Fr. Joe Muth from St. Matthew Parish and Fr. Evanistus Bassey from Calabar, Nigeria.
Victoria Velez ’10 made a cake to resemble the Schools Sisters of Notre Dame seal.
the SSND Atlantic Mid-West Province Vocation Director for 11 years.
Ambassadors along with Board of Directors Chairperson Sister Delia Downing, SSND (rear, far left), Sister Marie Charles Grauer ’39 and Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, SSND welcome guests to the 175th Anniversary Liturgy.
Many School Sisters of Notre Dame gathered in the Parlors after the 175th Anniversary Mass. Pictured back row left to right: Sister Judith Schaum ’57, Sister Delia Dowling, Sister Kathleen Jager ’70, Sister Doris Turek ’65, Sister Caroleen Baummer ’40, Sister Alvita Maguire, and Sister Melmarie Gentry ’42; Front row left to right: Sister Elise Mary Saydah, Sister Marie Charles Grauer ’39, Sister Dorothy Hunt ’41, Sister Jane Cayer, Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, Sister Doris Kresslein ’39, and Sister Peggy Juskelis. institute of notre dame
Pumpkin Palooza Bull Roast and Shrimp Feast sells out
n a sunny day this past spring, the leaders of the Mothers Club,
Fathers Club, Alumnae Association, and IND President Charisse Wernecke sat down to come up with a combined event that would bring everyone together in support of IND. President Wernecke explains, “It had to provide a great time for participants yet also provide significant benefit to our school. And so, the Pumpkin Palooza Bull Roast and Shrimp Feast was born!” To a sell-out crowd, Pumpkin Palooza made quite a debut. The event took place at IND on Saturday, November 8. Guests enjoyed dinner, music, raffles and a silent auction, all benefiting the Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, SSND, Scholarship Fund. Special thanks to Sister Hildie for inspiring the scholarship and for all that she does. IND is grateful to all who supported the event, which was a tremendous success and raised critical funding for the Sister Hildie Scholarship endowment.
PUMPKIN PALOOZA SPONSORS Chambers Architecture - Interior Design – Planning Robert Hickman and Richard Snellinger, husband of Cathy Shuler Snellinger ’71 and father of Katie ’97 A&A Trophy House Mary Ellen Hugg LaPlante ’63 Monumental Life Insurance Company Dan Bindel, father of Caitlin ’07 and Bridget ’09 Cvach Funeral Home Deborah & Philip Cvach, parents of Sarah ’11 G&A Restaurant Alexia & Andrew Farantos, parents of Anna ’10 Red Canoe Bookstore Café Nicole Ufferfilge-Selhorst, mother of Josie Hinke ’02 La Dolce Vita, LTD Al Massa, father of Alessandra ’06, Valentina ’08 and Francesca ’09
“None of this was possible without the entire IND community coming together,” says Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera ’69, Special Events Coordinator at IND. Contact Cathy to get involved and make the next event a success: 410.522.7800 ext. 257 or email@example.com.
Rick Snellinger and Cathy Shuler Snellinger ’71 (parents of Katie ’97) enjoy the first annual Pumpkin Palooza.
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Former and current IND faculty and staff members gather for food, fun, and friendship at Pumpkin Palooza. Pictured are a group from the 1970s and 1980s. Top Row: Donna Wiedorfer ’80 and Kathy Hobart; Middle Row: Sister Emmanuella Rainer, SSND ’44, Sister Kathy Jager, SSND ’70, IND Drama Department Chair and English faculty Carolyn Buck; Front Row: Sister Marie Charles Grauer, SSND ’39 and Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, SSND
Happenings around IND
Hollywood makes its way to IND
Two IND students intern at Mercy Hospital
over Ashland and
summer for the filming
Hollywood A-Lister and My One and Only star Kevin Bacon wins over Sister Hildie.
amantha Somerville ’09 and Lauren Williams ’09 interned at Mercy Medical Center through the Future
Nurse High School Internship Program, held this past summer from August 4 – August 15, 2008.
of the upcoming comedy
The students, members of Future Nurses of America at
My One and Only. IND
IND, applied for the competitive internships in May under
welcomed hundreds of
the guidance of IND science teacher Dr. Peggy Gessler. “It
crew members and loads
is impressive that two students from one school were
of equipment into the
accepted,” explains Dr. Gessler. “Ten out of 78 were selected.
halls and onto the streets
Samantha and Lauren are really outstanding.”
for two weeks in June.
The crew, including
applicants need a 3.0
first assistant director and IND alumna Michele “Shelley”
GPA and a teacher
Ziegler ’78, transformed parts of the school into perfect sets
for the movie. They turned the senior locker room into a
future nurses needed
living room and used the art rooms, parlors, and auditorium
to express their sincere
stage. They set up incredible craft services in Kateri Hall, and
desire to pursue a
all leftover food was given to Sister Hildie for the poor.
The film, set to release in 2009, stars Kevin Bacon, Renee
which both Samantha
Zellweger and Chris Noth. Bacon only spent one day of
and Lauren have. “I
shooting at IND but made time to meet Sister Hildie. “Kevin
was sociable and friendly,” says Sister Hildie. “And Renee stopped and talk to me many times and always said goodnight before she left.” Hollywood has made IND home before. Scenes for 2008’s Boy of Pigs, a film about the coming of age of a lonely 13-
Lauren Williams ’09 (left) and Samantha Somerville ’09 worked with Science Teacher Dr. Peggy Gessler to apply for their Mercy Hospital summer internship.
knew that it would be a great opportunity to experience the life of a nurse,” says Lauren.
“I enjoy caring for and helping others.”
year-old Catholic school boy during the 1960s, was filmed at
Samantha concurs, “I always believed that nursing is not
IND. In 1995, Ziegler was assistant director on the Emmy
a job. You have to put your whole heart into it when you are
award-winning drama based in Baltimore, Homicide: Life
caring for others and have them at your best interest.”
on the Street, and brought the TV show to IND. Filming
The internship at Mercy Medical Center allowed
took place in Fathers Club Hall (a.k.a. the Old Gym) and
Samantha and Lauren to see what life is really like for a nurse.
They enjoyed their time in various departments and appreciate
IND’s unique and historic architecture serves movies and television shows well. Shelley, Kevin, Renee and crew are
the opportunity. Samantha and Lauren plan to study nursing in the future, both ultimately becoming nurse practitioners.
welcome back anytime!
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Happenings around IND
Peace Path brings students together to spread message of nonviolence
n remembrance of 9/11 and to promote peace in the
School Sisters of Notre Dame, IND and Notre Dame
world, IND students and faculty members joined the
Preparatory School participants rallied on the North Charles
Women in Black on Tuesday, September 11 to create a visible
Street border of Villa Assumpta near the Bellona Avenue
Peace Path through Baltimore. Hundreds rallied on Charles
intersection. Sophomore religion classes made posters with
Street from Federal Hill to the Beltway. To represent the
peaceful messages for passersby.
Choose Civility is read by all IND students
his summer, all IND students read the same summer reading book, Choosing Civility by P.M. Forni. The
author’s goal is to establish a code of courtesy to be applied to everyday life. “Having one book for all students was a departure from the usual fiction selections that the girls usually were able to choose from,” says Mr. Jim Antal, IND’s Library Media Specialist. “The fact that it was a nonfiction book and everyone had to read it was definitely different.” The students returned to school and participated in small group discussions about the book, facilitated by faculty, staff and administration. Reading the same book served as common ground for the students to begin healthy discussions, and the book’s topic of considerate conduct surely enforces what type of conduct is expected at IND.
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President Charisse Wernecke leads a roundtable discussion about IND’s summer reading Selection, Choose Civility by P.M. Forni.
Happenings around IND
Former Drug Enforcement Agency Director speaks to students about substance abuse presentations were provided by Rubeling & Associates, Group Insurance Solutions, Mid-Atlantic Properties, Maryland Chemical Company Incorporated, Institute of Notre Dame, Notre Dame Preparatory School (where he spoke on September 17), NDP Parent’s Association, and Perry and Jacqueline Fong and Family. For more information about Mr. Stutman, visit www.thestutmangroup.com.
Senior’s painting selected for exhibition in State House
ob Stutman, former director of the DEA’s New York Office and 25-year veteran high-profile drug buster,
spoke to IND on Thursday, September 18, 2008. To begin the day, he delivered a compelling presentation to the entire school community about the substance abuse crisis in the United States. He then spoke separately to students and to faculty during the school day and to parents in the evening.
athy Kwon ’09 will have her artwork displayed at the State House in Annapolis during the Maryland
General Assembly this spring. Her painting “Quiet Cove” was selected by the Maryland Art Education Association to represent AIMS and IND in the 2009 Maryland General Assembly Emerging Artists Exhibition. The exhibition celebrates Youth Art Month in March.
Mr. Stutman shared vivid first-hand accounts illustrating the effects of substance abuse on young adults. He advised students, faculty and parents about the dangerous consequences of avoiding substance abuse discussions; he emphatically encouraged candid conversations between parents and children. Mr. Stutman emphasized the importance of a school’s drug abuse policies and counseling programs. IND currently has three guidance counselors on staff available for students. Students are encouraged to seek help from their counselors, and students have been given the Maryland Youth Crisis Hotline: 1.800.422.0009. Students also know about the counselors working relationship with HARBEL Prevention and Recovery Services. Mr. Stutman was thought-provoking and served as a valuable resource for all who heard his message. His
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Happenings around IND
The Capitol welcomes IND
wenty students traveled to the Capitol on Tuesday, September 23 for a tour and meet and greet with
U.S. Senator Barbara Milkulski ’54 and Speaker of the House Nancy D’Alesandro Pelosi ’58. President Charisse
IND volunteers appear on ABC2 Morning Show
BC2’s Good Morning Maryland broadcasted live on Friday, September 26 from Red Emma’s book and
coffee shop in Mt. Vernon to promote the Baltimore Book
Wernecke and social studies department chair Beth Knieriem
Festival. The broadcast included IND students Chelsea
Tisdale ’88 accompanied the students for the private tour.
Canestraro ’09, Kirby Gaddy ’09, Susan Riesett ’09 and Camille White ’09. These students along with other IND Ambassadors volunteered at the literary event on Friday, September 26 and Saturday, September 27. They dressed as characters from children’s literature, participated in the character parade, and interacted with the young children.
IND College Fair draws a crowd
ighty colleges and universities from the East Coast and across the country were represented at IND’s College
Fair, Sunday, September 14. More than 140 current IND students attended to meet with admissions representatives to narrow down their college choices. In addition, students from Boys Latin, Friends, Archbishop Curley, John Carroll, and several public high schools traveled to IND to take advantage of the fair as they embark upon the college application process.
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Mix 106.5 FM’s Maria Dennis hosted “Maria in the Mix” on ABC2’s Good Morning Maryland with special guests (from left to right) Chelsea Canestraro ’09 as Curious George, Camille White ’09 as the mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie, Susan Riesett ’09 as Clifford the Big Red Dog and Kirby Gaddy ’09 as herself.
Happenings around IND
English teacher from Japan visits IND
s. Kyoko Hoshino, an English teacher
from Notre Dame Junior
IND hosts German exchange student Stina
tina van den Berg, originally from Moers,
Germany, joins the Class
and Senior Girls’ High
of 2010. In September,
School in Kyoto, Japan,
visited IND on Monday,
Germany, where her mom,
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dad and little brother
is sponsored by the School
currently live, to spend
Sisters of Notre Dame. Ms.
the school year in the
Hoshino attended classes to learn about the students and
United States with a host
faculty of an American SSND school.
family in Catonsville,
Ms. Hoshino attends Sister Jane Cayer’s AP English Class.
“I was very honored to be at IND…It was great to see all
Kaitlyn Airey ’10 and Stina van den Berg show off their class rings.
the girls working hard and enjoying the school life at IND,”
Stina arranged her visit through Youth for Understanding
explained Ms. Hoshino. “Especially, the girls in AP English
(YFU), which is a non-profit educational organization that
class were so attentive, which was very impressive.” Ms.
offers opportunities for young people around the world to
Hoshino enjoyed her visit and appreciates the hospitality
spend a summer, semester or year with a host family in
showed to her.
another culture. YFU placed Stina at IND, and she is happy to be here. “I love this school,” affirms Stina. “The girls are
Outdoors Club hikes in Harpers Ferry
welve members of the Outdoors Club led by history teacher and club moderator Mrs. Allison Sabatini hiked
the Maryland Heights Trail in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia on Sunday, October 12. The club plans excursions throughout the year including hiking and caving, and the members participate in environmental preservation and clean-up work.
so nice. I really love it.” Stina takes French, U.S. History, World Religion, Environmental Science, Studio Art and Calculus. “My favorite subject is Calculus. It’s awesome because I do not have to speak English,” explains Stina. “I really like my teacher, Mr. Oluwayinka. He’s great.” Stina has traveled around the world including Japan, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, France, Spain, Sweden and more. She speaks German, French and English and is working on her Japanese. Stina has enjoyed her time at IND so far, especially participating in Junior Ring Day and receiving an IND ring. Stina will complete the school year at IND and return to Germany in June 2009.
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Happenings around IND
IND performs stage version of Little Women
he talented students of IND put on a fantastic production of Little Women, October 24-26, 2008.
Adapted for the stage from the Louisa May Alcott novel, this popular tale of the close-knit March family is set in New England during and immediately after the Civil War. IND’s production featured a cast of 20 students and a large tech crew of more than 25 stagecraft students and Stage Guild members. Featured performers were Shannon Graham ’10 as Jo, Valerie Cook ’10 as Meg, Rebecca Ebrahimpour ’09 as Marmee, Elizabeth Travis ’12 and Simone Cruz ’12 as Amy, Deanna Wright ’09 as Beth, Samantha Ciuchta ’10 and Sydnie Byrd ’12 as Aunt March, and Chelsea Canestraro ’09 as Hannah. Fathima Asharaff ’09 served as directorial associate in conjunction with her Independent Studies in Theatre Arts, and Kelley Johnson ’10 served as production stage manager.
From left to right, Valerie Cook ’10 as Meg, Elizabeth Travis ’12 as Amy, Becca Ebrahimpour ’09 as Marmee, and Deanna Wright ’09 as Beth.
Students place second and third at Morgan State University TRAC Design Build Challenge
n Saturday, November 1, some of IND’s brightest students participated in the Morgan State University
TRAC Design Build Challenge. Teams worked with a design build kit that included craft sticks to build a bridge. It was to be a lightweight structure spanning 15 inches and weighing 300 grams that can carry a significant amount of weight compared to the weight of the structure. Math teacher Mrs. Diane Newcomer led the students through the project. With hot glue and a whole lot of patience, IND students took second and third place in the 9th and 10th grade level. Second place team include Bianca Cooper ’11, Greta Gijon ’11 and Emily Pitt ’11. Third place team included Alison Third place team members Marylynn Sitko ’12 and Alison Freelander ’12 present their TRAC Design Build Challenge bridge. Their other team member, Gabby Thornton ’12, who also worked on the bridge, is not pictured.
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Freelander ’12, Marylynn Sitko ’12, and Gabby Thornton ’12. The teams brought home two trophies to IND and received individual medals for their work.
FACULTY and STAFF
New faces in the hall the
research skills, world history and human geography. She
Guidance Department as a part-
earned both of her degress from Goucher College: a Bachelor
time guidance counselor. She
of Arts in international relation and a Master of Education
will assist students with last
for at-risk youth.
names beginning with S-Z. previously
Dan Meyer leads IND’s music department as the Keyboard/
worked as a child and adolescent
Piano, Select Choir and Choral Performance instructor. He
psychotherapist at Turnaround,
also works with the A Capella group and will music direct
Inc. She has a Master of Arts from Towson University and
the spring musical.
Master of Education in School Counseling from Loyola
Mr. Meyer enjoys working at IND, “I consider myself
College. Mrs. Baroody says, “I look forward to getting to
very fortunate to be working with such friendly and eager
know each of my students and helping them reach their
students and to have helpful and supportive colleagues and
administration! I’m having a wonderful time.” Mr. Meyer is an accomplished composer, publishing more the
than 20 choral anthems with GIA Publications, Inc. Earlier
Curriculum and Technology
this year, he published a book, The Long and Short of Music.
Integration Specialist, acting
He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Calvin College in Grand
as a consultant and valuable
Rapids, Michigan, his home state, and a Master of Music
resource for teachers as
from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, New Jersey.
IND begins the One-to-One
Before coming to IND, he spent three years as the music
Student Tablet PC Program.
instructor at the College of Micronesia on the island of
“I feel privileged to be at
Pohnpel in the Federated States of Micronesia. He has taught
IND,” Mrs. Russell explains.
at St. Paul’s School for Girls and within the Baltimore City
“I am especially happy to be
Public School system.
working in a girls’ school with IND’s great traditions. It has a wonderfully, positive supportive atmosphere, and I like the diversity among the students and faculty.” In addition to her work supporting IND teachers, Mrs. Russell runs an educational technology business, One-toOne Consulting Services, LLC. She spent the past seven years at The John Carroll School implementing their 1:1 student computing program, where she also taught information
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New faces in the hall (continued) Kara Moran '98 is the Public Relations and Communications
Katie Snyder is
Coordinator. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in communications
member of the English Department.
from McDaniel College. She joins IND after four years of
She teaches College Prep Freshman
coordinating public relations and
English, Honors Freshman English
communications for The Catholic
and one junior British Literature
High School of Baltimore. Ms.
class. She is also the moderator of
Moran will manage the production
Stage Guild. Last year, she worked
of The Onyx, maintain media
at St. Casimir’s Catholic School as
relations, coordinate advertising,
a first grade teacher. Ms. Snyder earned a Bachelor of Arts in
and provide web site content.
English from St. Mary’s College in Maryland and a Master
“It’s great to be back at IND,” Ms. Moran says. “There’s something special about this place, and I’m happy to be spreading the word about it.”
of Arts in liberal arts from St. John’s College. “I am very excited to be a part of the school community,” says Ms. Snyder. “I always planned on teaching at the high school level and am enjoying working with the girls very
Darby Skalski ’83 returns to
much. I hope to instill in them a love of literature and writing.”
IND as the Tuition/Payroll Accountant. She previously worked at SECU of MD, Inc. as a general ledger accountant. She is happy to return to IND and has a vested interest in the success of the school as an alumna. Mrs. Skalski’s cousin is a graduate, Kim Callis Barron ’88; Kim’s daughter and Mrs. Skalski’s niece is current sophomore Alyssa Baron ’11. Mrs. Skalski and her husband have a five-year-old son.
Farewell to Guidance Counselor Christina Jay ’99 The Guidance Department bid farewell to a great team member at the end of last school year, Christina Jay ’99. Christina worked as a guidance counselor at IND and is now a therapist at Baltimore Behavioral Health. “I enjoyed my time at IND. Being an alumna made my time there even more special,” explains Christina. “I loved working with the girls and the faculty and staff. The support and knowledge I received from my colleagues in the Guidance Department was especially valuable.” IND wishes Christina the best of luck in all her endeavors.
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Fall sports wrap-up
Varsity and Novice Crew
Varsity Field Hockey
by Lee Roman, Head Coach
by Stacey Bilenki, Head Coach
IND crew’s varsity team raced in two head (5 km race) regattas
The varsity field hockey team had
earlier this fall while the novice team trained for the sprints
one goal at the beginning of
(2 km races) in the beginning of November in Philadelphia,
this season – to repeat as IAAM
PA. The team’s performance in each regatta shows promise
Conference Champions. After losing
for the spring season that only includes sprint races. The
five starters to graduation, including
teams are looking forward to the spring.
three quarters of the starting defense, it seemed like a tough task.
Varsity Cross Country
The combination of returning and
by Tim Smith, Head Coach, Baltimore Sun’s Cross Country Coach of the Year
new players clicked, however, and
IND’s cross-country team had a really trying season. Some of the team’s top performers had to struggle through injuries for most of the season, but that didn’t stop IND from having a successful season. The toughest opponent during the season was St. Mary’s. Against them, Sarah Steinmetz ’09, Maddy Jackson ’09, and Abby Gatch ’09 struggled with nagging injuries. All were determined to participate, however, because the meet against St. Mary’s would have been the seniors’ last home-race. IND was victorious against St. Mary’s that day. Winning by only one point (27-28). Despite her serious case of shin splints, Abby finished fourth place that day, securing the win. IND was the only undefeated team in the IAAM B-conference.
the INDians had another stellar IAAM All-Star Michele Chmielewski ’09 makes her way down the field.
season. Finishing 10-2-3 in the conference, the team placed third in the regular season and sailed into
the championship game for the second year in a row. Although the INDians fell to Mercy by a score of 2-1, the team never gave up, fighting to the bitter end. Led by captains, leading scorers, and IAAM All-Stars Michele Chmielewski ’09, Alyssa Dondero ’10, and Ariella Hopp ’11 as well as defensive newcomers Shelby Bruno ’10 and Samantha Martin ’12, the field hockey team once again proved that they are major competitors in the IAAM. The INDians are looking to reclaim the title in 2009! Assistant coach is IND social studies department chair Beth Knieriem Tisdale ’88.
Varsity Soccer by Taylor Callinan ’09, Captain With a record of 8-12, the varsity soccer season was an emotional roller coaster, always inches away from having a perfect record, losing most games by one goal. The skill and heart was there, but all that was needed was a bit of luck. Everyone gave it their all managing to keep a positive face no From left to right, Maddy Jackson ’09, Julie Gessler ’11, Kristin Canapp ’09, Abby Gatch ’09, and Sarah Steinmetz ’09 have a strong start. Maddy, Julie, Abby and Sarah were named to the Baltimore Sun’s All-Baltimore City team.
matter the outcome. This memorable season was filled with high energy and a “never give up” attitude. The seniors feel continued >>
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extremely fortunate to have captained this team and play for their true
Senior captains Ellen Nicely ’09, Katherine Sipes ’09 and Taylor Callinan ’09
Varsity Volleyball by Caitlin Melvin ’09, Captain
leader Head Coach Mr.
The varisty volleyball team, under
Lou Karko, a.k.a. “King”
the direction of head coach Kevin
Lou. His commitment
Kirby and assistant coach Kristen
to the team is most
Pokrywka ’01, ended their season
appreciated. The strength
with a record of 6-13. Despite the
of the team was not
disappointing losses, the team stuck
based on their record
together both on and off the court
but on the bond that
and was able to finish with three
they developed with one
strong victories-one of which was
another. The seniors express that they will truly miss the
Senior Caitlin Bopp ’09 defends the net.
team, and, even though they did not take home the trophy,
was composed of a variety of grade levels: freshmen Aimee
varsity soccer did achieve their goal of being a true team.
Petrides ’12 and Kaitlyn Krall ’12; juniors Colleen Strauch
Forward Monika Harold ’11 was named to the Baltimore
’10, Cristina Aquia ’10 and Katie Nelson ’10; and seniors
Sun’s All-Baltimore City team.
Caitlin Bopp ’09, Sharon McAvinue ’09, Susan Riesett ’09;
their first playoff game. The team
and four year players Caitlin Melvin ’09, Hannah Martin
’09, Jordan Bateson ’09, and Kimberlee Tognocchi ’09.
by Lauren Cunningham ’01, Head Coach
Caitlin Bopp, senior middle hitter, was recognized for the second year in a row as an IAAM All-Star and was named to
JV soccer had a memorable season. It took a couple of weeks
the Baltimore Sun’s All-Baltimore City team.
for the team to mesh together and learn how to play with one another, but once they did, they played very well. In the beginning of the season, the young team tied one of its biggest competitors, John Carroll, and went on to to beat
JV Volleyball by Jennifer Sauer, Head Coach
Seton Keough. Unfortunately, in the second week of the
Although JV volleyball finished with a 4-12 record, the team
regular season, five girls were sidelined due to injury. Two
was very competitive, playing all three games and keeping a
late-season wins against Catholic High and Maryvale energized
tight score. Kendall Aughenbaugh ’11 served as the team
the girls. All in all, it was a tough season but a lot fun. The
captain and led the team as the top server and setter. Colleen
girls came really far from the beginning of the season.
Fridley ’11 came out this year more confident in her skills while setting and serving very well. Aubrey Janson ’11 is an amazing defensive player, giving our setter a lot of great passes. Newcomer Diamonique Purnell ’12 is an outstanding defensive specialist, digging any ball that is hit to her. Also new to the team are Molly Rudrow ’11 and Jenny Staab ’12, both well rounded players. Big blocker and hitters were Emily Freeman
The JV Soccer team celebrated at the season at Liberatore’s in Bel Air, hosted by Mr. Italo Liberatore, father of Anna Marie ’12.
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’10 and Bria Holman ’11.
Allyson Solomon ’79 appointed as first woman and first African-American to lead MD Air National Guard
Brigadier General Allyson Solomon ’79 (Photo courtesy of Allyson Solomon)
Alumna of the Year: Pam Wallace McComas-Ecker ’69 On
Governor Martin O'Malley
Distinguished Alumna Award
appointed Allyson Solomon
was given to Pam Wallace
McComas-Ecker ’69 for her
General for the Maryland Air
adherence to the IND ideal and
National Guard on June 1,
for her devotion to her career,
2008, making her the first
community, and family. The
woman and the first African-
IND community congratulates
American to hold this position.
Pam and expresses its gratitude
After 29 years of service,
for her diligence and hard work
Brigadier General Solomon
in providing an example of Alumnae Association President integrity, self-confidence, and Barbara Jankowski Hannon ’70
the strategic direction of the organization as the principal
presents Pam McComas Ecker ’69 with the Alumna of the Year The Distinguished Alumna Award at Reunion Sunday, Award is given each year to a held November 9, 2008.
advisor to the Governor and the Adjutant General on all MD
woman who exemplifies a zest and dedication to her
Air National Guard matters.
community, reaching beyond what is asked of her, emerging
more than 1,500 officers and airmen; her primary focus is
While a student at IND, Solomon admits to being shy and
enthusiasm for the IND mission.
from the group as a strong, tireless, and dependable leader.
soft-spoken but was surrounded by talented, intelligent and
Pam is an outstanding alumna because she has demonstrated
outgoing women leaders. “What IND provided me with
through her chosen profession and her volunteer pursuits a
were plenty of examples to prepare my foundation,” she
commitment to the IND mission. Pam was instrumental in
explains. “However, it didn’t take me long after high school
developing the largest temporary staffing company in
to find and start using my voice, even if it was quietly.”
Baltimore, according to the Baltimore Business Journal ranking.
Solomon earned a bachelor’s degree in Business
A proud member of a legacy family, she served on the IND
Administration and Management from Loyola College in
Board of Directors and co-chaired the IND Capital
1986 and her master’s degree in Public Administration from
Campaign. Pam has served as Vice-President and President
Auburn University in 1997. She is a graduate of Squadron
for the Jarrettsville Recreation Council, and she works on an
Officer School, Air Command and Staff College, and Air
Annual Family Golf Tournament, raising money for
War College and has received multiple military awards and
Alzheimer’s and Breast Cancer research.
commendations during her career.
Pam is a wife, a mother of two, and a grandmother of
“There are many obstacles in life, but you need to put
three. She has been involved with many activities at IND
forth the effort to get results,” advises Solomon. “Not all
throughout the years. Pam is now semi-retired and does
things come easy, they require work.” Solomon credits her
some small business consulting. An active leader and lifelong
mother with instilling a passion to serve others, and with this
learner, Pam is the model of a true IND girl.
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The Darrah Sisters, Continuing the Legacy Four sisters take a moment to reflect on their IND education and share what paths their lives have taken, all stemming from the bond of sisterhood nurtured at IND. “As a family of sisters who attended IND, we have a special bond having shared in the traditions that made IND not just a school but an experience of a lifetime that will never be forgotten.” Since earning her Bachelor of Science in nursing in 1986, Anita Darrah Hagin '76 has spent twenty-one years as a psychiatric nurse at Sheppard Pratt Health System. Anita works closely with patients undergoing Electroconvulsive Therapy, a procedure that uses electrical currents to alter brain chemistry thus alleviating certain mental illness. A mother of husband, Jim, whom she dated while attending IND.
The Darrah Family: Anita Darrah Hagin ’76, Paula Darrah ’78, Paula’s daughter Grace Darrah, Diane Darrah ’79, and Janet Darrah ’81.
Representing clients in complex civil litigation matters,
she advises small businesses and their owners. In addition to
Paula Darrah ’78 is the principal and owner of the Severna
her practice, she is also the Vice President, Tax for PHH, a
Park law firm, Warfield & Darrah, where she also handles
fleet leasing and management company in Sparks, Maryland.
representation in areas of family law and other general business
Currently, she serves on the board of the Saint Elizabeth’s
affairs. Her daughter, Grace is a sixth-grader at Monsignor
School Foundation and has previously served on the board at
Slade Catholic School – a future INDian perhaps. Paula
IND. She is also a member of the loan committee for Women
believes that it is never too soon to recruit a future INDian
Entrepreneurs of Baltimore, Inc.
two boys, Anita has been married twenty-seven years to her
and has brought her daughter along to many IND events where she has already learned the joys of shopping at Sister Hildie’s bookstore and playing “scratch off bingo” with Sister Marie Charles.
“IND teachers and classmates reinforced the ‘bonds of sisterhood’ and the unique understanding of the obstacles and challenges faced as young women striving to achieve success.” The last of the Darrah sisters to graduate from IND, Janet
“When I think about my experiences at IND, what stands
Darrah ’81 is currently employed at Johns Hopkins Applied
out in my memory is the dedication of the faculty in providing
Physics Laboratory as the Administrator for the Office of
us with an excellent education and a solid foundation for
Counsel and is pursuing her MBA/Organizational Development
continuous learning. Our role models were the faculty and
degree at the Carey Business School of Johns Hopkins
staff who exhibited those skills on a constant basis.”
University. Janet’s introduction to the “IND Way” began
Instead of being in the courtrooms like her sister Paula,
as a little girl in 1972 when her oldest sister, Anita, started as
Diane Darrah ’79 has a private tax consulting practice where
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Student musicians fill piano lab and Mrs. Diana Ference Franz ’70 learns guitar IND’s piano courses, which began three years ago with
next year. “If there are any former hippies no longer in need
the school’s purchase of a Yamaha piano lab, are popular
of their acoustic guitars or other guitar equipment like music
among students. The lab is equipped with 15 individual
stands, please consider donating the equipment to IND,”
pianos for the students and one for the teacher with
says Mrs. Franz.
equipment to enable hearing each piano individually. IND offers
Music will continue to fill the halls of IND and students
will continue to express their creativity. If you are interested
Placement is based on skill level and experience, and all
in donating acoustic guitars or music stands, please contact
piano students have the opportunity to perform at the
Mrs. Franz at 410.522.7800 ext. 227 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christmas and Spring Shows.
Sally Murphy ’51: Dedicated IND Volunteer and Board Member Sally Murphy ’51 devoted more than two decades of nearly full-time volunteer service to IND. This service ended in June 2008. Sally’s commitment to IND inspired many, and her creativity, poise, and attention to detail made her an invaluable resource and a well-respected colleague. In 1996, she was the first recipient of the Distinguished Alumna Award. Sally served on IND’s Board of Directors and is a Director Katie Gessler ’09 practices the piano as Mrs. Diana Ference Franz ’70 listens.
Music teacher and new full-time faculty member Mr. Dan
Emeritus. Sally played an integral role in development and alumnae cultivation efforts in recent years that strengthened the school today.
Meyer teaches the majority of the piano classes while Assistant Principal and music teacher Mrs. Diana Ference Franz ’70 finds time to teach one class of piano and truly enjoys it. “I think that these classes add a new dimension to our Music Department in that they allow students to try their hand at playing an instrument,” explains Mrs. Franz. Mrs. Franz hopes to expand the instrumental music offerings at IND to include guitar classes. This summer, she attended a guitar course in Washington, DC through a grant awarded to her from Duquesne University and Music Educators National Conference. Mrs. Franz plans to introduce a guitar course for beginning guitarists at IND
Sally Murphy ’51 at IND’s 2008 Dinner Auction.
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Jean O’Keefe Curran ’45 serves as Deputy Grand Marshall in St. Patrick’s Day Parade Jean and her best friend Marge Ruhl Wewerka ’45 reflect on their IND education Regina “Jean” O’Keefe Curran ’45 served as the Deputy Grand Marshall in this year’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Jean was honored for her work with St. John’s Tenth Ward club, which raises funds for St. Elizabeth School for special needs children. She has marched in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade for more than 30 years, so she is a fixture for the crowd that lines Charles Street every year.
Jean (second from right) and Marge (far right) enjoy oranges with their basketball teammates at halftime.
Jean talks about when her brother enlisted after Pearl Harbor, “In the eighth grade…I had perfect attendance. And the day my brother was going into the service, I had exams. I was so upset when I said goodbye because I thought I was never going to see him again. Then I went to school and took my exam, and they let me go home and they still counted me as perfect attendance.” Regina “Jean” O’Keefe Curran ’45 served as Deputy Grand Marshall of the 2008 St. Patrick’s Day Parade because of her work with St. John’s Tenth Ward club serving the special needs children at St. Elizabeth.
points out that the communication with troops was not like
Jean came to IND to chat about her St. Patrick’s Day
anything like you do now,” says Jean. ”You had to wait for a
honor with her best friend, Margaret “Marge” Ruhl
letter or weeks and weeks or until someone pulled up in front
Wewerka ’45. “When I was in first grade is when I met
of your door.” Because of the war, everything was rationed.
Marge, and Marge became my best friend for the rest of my
If a family wanted to bake a cake for someone, the family
life,” says Jean. Jean and Marge were active at IND as
had to ask neighbors for their share of the ingredients needed.
members of the student council and the basketball and
Life was surely different for the Class of 1945, but the
bowling teams. Marge played badminton, and Jean was the
value of an IND education remains the same. Marge advises
editor of the yearbook.
the students of today, “Don’t take this school as an obligation
Although Jean’s loved ones returned home safely, she it was today. “They were gone for three years. We didn’t hear
During Jean and Marge’s time, the existence of a bowling
to complete your education. It is a privilege to be here.” Jean
team was not the only thing different than today. When
and Marge are the best of friends and have been through it
students rode the streetcar, they would not sit down to
all together, from marriage and children, from vacations to
avoid wrinkling the pleats in their skirts. When they played
holidays. These IND “first-graders” are there for each other,
basketball, they did not dribble past half court. When they
even if it’s cheering for the other from the chilly sidewalks of
had birthdays, they would buy a pair of socks for the birthday
Charles Street during Baltimore’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
girl for $0.25.
Best friends for life.
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Class of 1958 50th Reunion The Class of 1958 celebrated their 50th reunion in grand style during the weekend of October 3-5, 2008. The class gathered for dinner at the Hopkins Club on Friday, October 3. The following day, the graduates traveled to their alma mater for a luncheon in the renovated parlors and Mass in the chapel. A small group of graduates wrapped up the weekend on Sunday with Mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary followed by brunch.
From left to right, Maureen Murphy Keck ’58, Ellen Norton Cullen ’58, Carmen Rodriquez Dorn ’58, Diane Thorpe Gargano ’58 and Anne Orr Rieger ’58 enjoy time together at the Hopkins Club.
The Class of 1958 used their time and talents to pull off a wonderful reunion weekend, and they did the same with their fundraising efforts. During the Capital Campaign the class set a goal to raise $50,000 by their 50th reunion, a goal to motivate their class and to challenge other classes. Their competitive spirit stems from their days at IND. According to Ellen, the Class of 1958 was the only non-senior class to win Gym Meet. Ellen explains, “They never again had Gym Meet after 1957 so we will always be the reigning champs. I told the class if we meet the goal we will set a mark for all The Class of 1958 Reunion Luncheon at IND on Saturday, October 4
other classes to meet or beat!”
Reunion organizer Ellen Norton Cullen ’58 reflects on the
For IND’s sake, Ellen hopes that all future 50th anniversary
weekend, “During our years together at IND we studied, we
classes will set ambitious fundraising goals like the Class
prayed and played, we cried and laughed together. We made
of 1958, which has raised more than $50,000 with gifts
wonderful friends and established lifelong ties…No matter
continuing to come in. The school is deeply grateful for the
what paths our lives have taken we realize who we are is
generosity of the ladies of ’58!
rooted in our IND education. Our 50th reunion gave us the opportunity to be together again, to pray, to play, to cry and laugh again. As unbelievable as it sounds as a class we inched just a little bit closer.” Reunion committee members included Mary Carole Heath Baranowski ’58, Ellen Norton Cullen ’58, Karen Kadar ’58, Maureen Murphy Keck ’58, Kathleen McGlone Harmon ’58, Sharon O'Brien Heaphy ’58, Sally Gatchall Laughland ’58, James Laughland, Marge Wiedefeld O’Hara ’58, Anne Orr Rieger ’58, Mary Margaret Radomski Smit ’58, and Carole Melvin Ziegler ’58.
Left photo: Linda Winter Wanner ’58 and Karen Kadar ’58 attend the first night of the Class of 1958’s 50th Reunion. Right photo: Classmates greet Speaker of the House Nancy D’Alesandro Pelosi ’58. institute of notre dame
Class of 1968 40th Reunion
On Sunday, October 19, 2008, more than 100 graduates from the Class of 1968 traveled from 21 states for lunch at McCormick and Schmick’s in the Inner Harbor. This great group of ladies enjoyed catching up and reminiscing about their days at IND. The graduates donated old school and gym uniforms, party supplies, and an “IND Reunion” banner. They raised a generous amount of money for the Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, SSND Scholarship Fund and are looking forward to their 50th reunion!
Left photo: Class of 1968 40th Reunion; Middle photo: Class of 1968 40th Reunion Committee: from left to right, Kate Leonard O’Neill ’68, Peggy McCabe White ’68, Trish McHale Lightstein ’68, Kathy Kneavel ’68, Patty Doyle ’68, and Kathy Lyons Mettee ’68; Right photo: Members of the Class of 1968 who attended IND for 12 years. Back row, left to right: Clayton Kennard Krometis ’68, Kathy Kastner Tollenger ’68, Patricia Rose ’68, Angela Rehrmann ’68, Karen Stetz Jantz ’68, Collen Jones Tehansky ’68, and Betty Skillman Taylor ’68; front row, left to right: Marirose Huesman Cortezzo ’68, Nancie Hugg ’68, Kathe Bluso Tanner ’68, and JoAnn LaMartina Walker ’68
Class of 1988 20th Reunion
Class of 1978 30th Reunion
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Class of 1998 10th Reunion
IND Grads at Mercy Ridge Meet on September 17
IND Alumnae Living in Ocean City Meet Regularly
From left to right: Mary Muratore ’47, Betty Shanahan Loud ’41, Trudy Wagner Stout ’43, Peg Wintz ’41, Helen Manley Brown ’39, Gerry Banachowska ’54, Dorothy Bell Kypta ’44, Mary Tewey Sweeney ’44, and Jeanne Morris Jones ’44
From left to right back row: Kathleen Hoffman Hensler ’48, Laurie Davies Frick ’63, Brenda O’Brien Friesen ’58, Angela Tanley Krause ’53, Gerry Rolfes Martin ’53, Dolores Kirchner Reich ’47, Bertha Marschat Huettner ’47, Jane Smith Piper ’58, Ernestine Daum Shanahan ’57, Mozy Arthur Markiewicz ’51, Catherine Young Sinclair ’57, Miriam B. Scheck ’57, Eleanor Zimmerman Troy ’46 and Sue Baer Whelan ’57; Front row: Charlotte Enright Badolato ’53, Rose Malone Burns ’52, Carolyn Winterling Dore ’55, Mary Miller Kneavel ’49, Margaret Linhard Olert ’48, Mary Messier Lynch ’47 and Doris Newman Piasecki ’43
Oak Crest’s IND Alumnae Enjoy Tea Together October 23
From left to right around table: Doris Wahl Scheerer ’46, Gloria Forstner, Margaret Vogel Bauer ’35, Elaine McGinn Coniff ’38, Eileen Wallace (mother of Lou Ann Wallace Cook ’74 and Pam Wallace McComas-Ecker ’69), Gloria Dunn Larkin ’43, Dolores Best Hennessy ’36, Florence Rebbert Best ’40, and Phyllis Lang Valenziano ’40.
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CLASS of 1944
CLASS of 1966
Gina was commissioned as a Second
Mary Staab Kramer and her husband,
Kathleen Barker announces that her
Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force in
Martin, celebrated their 60th wedding
daughter, Amy Wall Shore, M.D., has
September 2007 after attending the Air
successfully completed her anesthesiology
National Guard’s Academy of Military
Matthew’s Restaurant, hosted by their
residency at Beth Israel Deaconess
Science. Gina currently works as an
children (Martin, Michael, Bernard,
Hospital in Cambridge, MA. Amy has
Executive Officer in the Maryland Air
Joseph and Mary Bernadette Kramer
joined an anesthesiology group to
begin her practice. Amy’s husband
CLASS of 1945
Brett is completing his orthopedic
CLASS of 1996
surgery residency at Beth Israel.
Tina Schofield Tolson, and her husband, Ryan, announce the birth their son,
Sister Bernadette (Catherine) Staab, SSND celebrated her 60th year as a
CLASS of 1992
School Sister of Notre Dame. To
Maureen Van Stone was named
celebrate, a Mass and reception was
held June 7, 2008 at Villa Assumpta.
Professional of the Year.
Nathan Charles, born October 5, 2008. Institute-2008
CLASS of 1997 Kate Mullen Devan and her husband, David, announce the birth of their
CLASS of 1993
daughter, Rose Lynae, born April 3,
Kristen Lewandowski Schoch, and her
2008. Rose is named after Tracey
husband, Derek (IND’s golf coach),
Lynae Wilkinson who passed away in
announce the birth of their first child,
2007. Big brother Noah (2) welcomed
Addison Kate, born July 20, 2008.
Rose home. Kate is a nurse at Greater
IND Director of Admissions Amy Hoey Conly and her husband, Jeff, announce
Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) in the post anesthesia care unit (PACU).
the birth of their first child, Braedan
Betsy Rickter is engaged to Stephen
Matthew, born August 18, 2008.
Rowe. The couple will marry at St.
Michael’s Overlea on June 6, 2009.
Braedan: grandmother Nancy Broderick
CLASS of 1953
Leary ’71, cousins Mary Kennedy
CLASS of 2001
Charlotte Enright Badolato and her
Behning ’57, Theresa Kennedy Ashley
Katrina Carrion married Brian Lutrey
’71, Joan Broderick Webster ’65, and
Saturday, June 21, 2008 at Holy Trinity
recently celebrated their 50th wedding
Elizabeth Maggio Broderick ’65.
Catholic Church. Katrina is a Human
anniversary surrounded by family and
Gina Serafini and her husband, Dale,
ARS, and Brian is a manager with Bow
announce the birth of their first child,
Tie Cinemas. IND alumnae at the
Christian Joseph, born in June 2008.
wedding included bridesmaid Michelle
Gina’s sister, Donna Tana Hardesty
Stryjewski and guests Gloria Dempsey
’86, was there to welcome Christian.
and Nana Kessie.
friends at a luncheon held in their honor at the Ocean Pines Yacht Club, in Ocean Pines Maryland.
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Resources Assistant for the USDA/
CLASS of 2004
education and technology. She is
CLASS of 2007
Lindsey Dice graduated with honors
currently teaching first grade at
Meredith Engel joined AmeriCorps
from Marymount University in May,
Edgemere Elementary in Dundalk and
and is living in San Rafael, California.
earning her Bachelors of Arts in interior
plans to attend graduate school to pursue
She is working through the Marin
design with a minor in studio art.
a master’s degree in special education.
County Conservation Corps until
She is currently working for the
December 2008. She will then return
Corcoran College of Art and Design in
CLASS of 2006
Washington, DC where she plans to
Brittany Hadaway, a junior at Towson
pursue her master’s degree in fine arts
University, was named as a member of
and art education.
the All-Colonial Athletic Association
CLASS of 2008
to Maryland to continue her college education.
women’s soccer third team. A starting
Maria Kroat lives in Chicago and
Katherine Keavney graduated with
midfielder in all 19 games, Hadaway
intensively trains as a professional
honors from Towson University with a
scored a goal and added an assist for
dancer in a dance troupe.
bachelor’s degree in nursing. She is a
the Tigers this season. She scored a
registered nurse working in Harbor
goal at Northeastern on October 3 and
Hospital’s medical surgical pediatric unit.
tallied an assist at Drexel on October
19. A three-year starter for the Tigers,
Stevenson University in May 2008
Hadaway has started 54 of 55 career
with a bachelor’s degree in elementary
games and has scored three goals with
Colleen Wilcox attends Salisbury
two assists in her career.
University and was selected as a member
Sydney Nichols attends the Community College of Baltimore County at Essex and landed the leading role of the school’s production of The Jungle.
of the A Capella Choir. CLASS REPORTERS NEEDED IND needs you to help keep your class updated as a class reporter! You will be the point of contact for updates and reunions, acting as the liaison between the school and your class. If you are interested in being the reporter for your class, please contact Libby Long ’04 at 410.522.7800 ext. 223 or email@example.com
In Memoriam ALUMNAE and FACULTY Anne Trenchard Fohner ’31 Sister Mary Pierre Newman, SSND ’37 Regina McKeowne Hubbard ’39 Alice Hoffmann Cunningham ’41 Margaret Quinn Huppman ’41 Genevieve Watkowski Welle ’41 Sr. Mary Louise Lynch ’43* Virginia Spann Doster ’43 Sister Frances Watkowski, SSND ’43 Jane Simmons Velton ’44, mother of Susan Velton Hands ’65, sister of Elizabeth Simmons Smith ’48
Esther Hennegan Craig ’48 Kathleen Simmons Beck ’52 Colleen Noonan McCardell ’64 Rose (Trudy) Hamilton Williams ’68, daughter of Margaret M. Brosenne Hamilton ’35 (deceased) Barbara Otremba Wiegand ’73 Suzanne Desmarais Vinyard ’81 Sister Michael Marie Fitzpatrick, SSND Sister Kathleen Kieran, SSND
Margaret B. Reitz, mother of Emily Reitz Pelayo ’61, Margaret Ann Reitz ’64 and Mary Reitz Merriken ’66 Roy Trageser, husband of Pat Murray Trageser ’56 Catherine Marsh, mother of Kathleen Casey (IND Language Department Chair) James Monaghan, Sr., father of Martha Monaghan ’64
LOVED ONES Mary Kay Bailey, mother of Kayleen Bailey ’02 Joseph C. Grauer, brother of Sister Marie Charles Grauer ’39
*Sister Mary Louise Lynch’s 60 years of service as a Medical Mission Sister was celebrated on August 15, 2008 at the sisters’ headquarters in Philadelphia. institute of notre dame
NEWS and EVENTS
Update from the Alumnae Association President Barbara Jankowski Hannon ’70
y sincere thanks to those who donated time and resources to make the Crab Feast, Pumpkin Palooza
and Reunion Sunday successful events. The Alumnae Association works hard to bring together the many generations of IND graduates. We have several activities throughout the year that we support, and it would be great if you could join us for one of them. If you would like to become involved,
CELEBRATE THE BIG GAME AT THE BARN! Join the Alumnae Association after the IND/Mercy Game at The Barn. The game will be Friday, January 30 at 7 p.m. Alumnae will meet at The Barn afterwards. Bring your friends and celebrate IND!
Flower Mart Volunteers Needed
njoy one of Baltimore City’s premiere events with IND, the Flower Mart, held Friday, May 1 and Saturday,
please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alumnae Association
May 2 in Mt. Vernon! IND will sell flowers at this annual
annual dues are $20, and if you have not done so already,
event and wants alumnae to work at the booth and represent
please make checks payable to IND Alumnae Association
IND. Volunteers are needed for both days from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
and mail them to IND Alumnae Association c/o Lisa Wagner,
Contact Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera ’69 to sign up for a shift at
P.O. Box 4840, Baltimore, MD 21211. Thank you!
410.522.7800 ext. 257 or email@example.com.
Crackin’ crabs at IND’s Annual Crab Feast
Alumnae Reunion Sunday
Saturday, September 20. Co-chairs of the event were Pam
IND, the event included mass, celebrated by Fr. Hurley from
McComas-Ecker ’69 and Richelle Black Arnold ’93. Special
St. Ignatius, an Alumnae Association general meeting, and a
thanks to the IND Ambassadors, IND Fathers Club, volunteers
luncheon in Kateri Hall.
ore than 300 alumnae, parents and friends gathered for the Annual Alumnae Association Crab Feast
n Sunday, November 9, 2008, generations of alumnae gathered together to celebrate Reunion Sunday. Held at
and donors. This popular event sold out, so be sure to reserve your table early next year!
Members of the Alumnae Association from left to right: Penny Palmer ’69, Kathy Richardson Kerrigan ’76, Barbara Jankowski Hannon ’70, Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera ’69, Pam Wallace McComas -Ecker ’69, Lou Ann Wallace Cook ’74, and Lisa Wagner ’84 pose by the Salty Dog crab truck with Sister Hildie.
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Jess Porter ’04 and her grandmother Joanne Banz Porter ’53 attended Reunion Sunday. Joanne’s mother and Jess’s greatgrandmother, Mary Streckfuss Banz ’29 – one of IND’s oldest alumnae – passed away last year.
A Message from the Chair ANNUAL
OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dear Friends, Thank you! On behalf of the Board of Directors, I thank you for your most generous support of the Institute of Notre Dame during the 2007-2008 year. Your gifts enabled us to continue the tradition of excellence that has marked our school from its foundation.
Each time I speak with students, I am inspired by their desire and motivation for excellence. Their accomplishments are impressive, and they exude a certain self confidence and inner strength. All of this results from the care and dedication of the faculty and staff, and our educational program. As donors, you have strengthened our programs, supported our outstanding faculty, and enabled our students to engage in an excellent education that will last a lifetime. Thank you for supporting IND in its mission to educate students to become women of discernment, active leaders, life-long learners, and responsible citizens of the world. Gratefully,
Delia M. Dowling, SSND Chairperson, Board of Directors
DONOR SUPPORT TO THE INSTITUTE OF NOTRE DAME
July 1, 2007 ~ June 30, 2008
BOD 1.3% CURRENT PARENTS .9% MEMORIAL GIFTS .4% FACULTY & STAFF 1%
ANNUAL FUND CONTRIBUTIONS Unrestricted
Special Events â€“ Dinner Auction
Capital and Endowment new pledges and gifts
FOUNDATIONS & CORPORATIONS 31.2%
GRADUATE PARENTS 3.2%
Donors listed in this report contributed gifts to the Institute of Notre Dame between July 1, 2007 and June 30, 2008. Every effort has been made to include all donors. If your gift was omitted or improperly noted, please accept our sincere apology and notify the Development Office at 410.522.7800 ext. 237 with the correction. Gifts received after June 30, 2008 will appear in our Annual Development Report 2008-2009.
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LEADERSHIP GIVING Sister Clarissa Circle (Gifts of $10,000 & Above) Directress from 1873 to 1924 In 1924 her students wrote, “To the hallowed memory of our beloved Directress, her presence holds us more and more, her voice is ringing over all, our hearts are lifting to her call, our souls are answering as of yore.” Anonymous (1) The Abell Foundation Erickson Retirement Communities Mary Melocik Hambleton ’57 IND Alumnae Association Joan Hood Jones ’73 Samuel Ready Scholarship School Sisters of Notre Dame St. Agnes Foundation
Sister Louis Marie Koesters Circle (Gifts of $5,000 to $9,999) Principal from 1966 to 1977 A visionary leader, Sr. Louis Marie initiated the Annual Fund as an effort to reduce the school’s reliance on tuition. Anonymous (1) Anne Winter Creek ’72 Hilarie Binko DeGroot ’76 John and Peggy Maynes IND Fathers’ Club The Rosenthal-Statter Foundation The Scheve Family
Sister Humilitas Collins Circle (Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999) Directress from 1924 to 1939 Having spent her entire career at IND, Sr. Humilitas was known as a “genuine great-souled educator, not just a teacher.” Rita Sloan Berndt ’62 Bridget Binko Mary Catherine Bunting Nancy Hepburn O’Malley ’58 J. Frederick Seidel and Lynn Hart-Seidel Gary and Eleanor Woodward Eugene I. Kane Foundation Kids-R-VIPs Foundation
Father Reiter Circle (Gifts of $1,000 to $2,499) A truly kind and gentle soul, Father Reiter served as Chaplain and was known for his devotion to the Church and to religious instruction. James Antal Susan Arisman
Mary Teresa McCoy Asplen ’57, P’89, P’91 Associated Italian American Charities of Maryland Mary Kennedy Behning ’57 Eileen Mulligan Burns ’60 Kathleen and Paul Casey Anna C. DeAmicis ’43 Patricia Lurz Durner ’69 M. Teresa Kress Greenhalgh ’77 Madge Kinlein Harper ’40 Bridget M. Ward Horner ’81 Nancy Kilbourne Kozlowski ’57 Mary Ann Langis ’57 Gerard and Diane Lowder P’04 Patricia Garmer McComas ’50 Mary Reitz Merriken ’66 Deborah Sears Meushaw ’66 Sarah E. Murphy ’51 Old Mutual Business Services Stephen Potorti Margaret Knott Riehl ’51 Sr. M. Anita Saffran, SSND ’47 Claire M. Smith ’79 Michael and Theresa Smith ’77 Catherine Tomek Swiger ’68 Margaret M. Sydnor ’52 Michael D. Sullivan and the Sullivan Family Foundation Alice Knott Voelkel ’50 Janice Daue Walker ’81 Joan Schap Weigman ’57 Charlie Zeiler
Saint James Circle (Gifts of $500 to $999) St. James Church was built in 1840 and was home to many celebrated IND traditions. AEGON Transamerica Foundation Brenda Anderson Mary Ellen Dreisch Anderson ’69 Ashland Park Mews Condo Association Rosemary Stafford Baldwin ’56 Bank of America Foundation Matilda Amrhein Berndt ’41 Mary Lancelotta Bianco ’42 Marie McNulty Brinsfield ’40 Mary Louise Kirchner Cadogan ’47 Patricia Jaworsky Cain ’57 Mary Tayman Cavey ’51 Jane Fallon Cole ’43 Donna Prucha Costa ’71 Carol Stricker Cermak ’57 Paula J. Darrah ’78 Phyllis Dumser Deinlein ’57 Maribeth Diemer ’81 Anthony and Alyce Dondero P’06 and P’10 Lisa Faherty ’92 Regina Schutz Fitzgerald ’42 Carol Raimondi Foster ’76 Josephine Anselmi France ’61 Benita M. Furman ’66 Kirk and Crystalyn Gaddy P’09
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Dr. Rita Sloan Berndt ’62 Fund nears $2 million The Dr. Rita Sloan Berndt ’62 Fund in support of the faculty compensation endowment continues to flourish thanks to the generous family and friends of Rita Berndt. Because of new gifts and pledges made by the following benefactors between July 1, 2007 and June 30, 2008, the Rita Berndt Fund is rapidly approaching $2 million: Matilda Amrhein Berndt ’41 Jerry and Carolyn Geraghty Mike and Pattie Batza Earl and Darielle Linehan Rick Berndt Arnie and Alison Richman Dick and Donna Lee Frisch Curt and Linda Wilson The Dr. Rita Sloan Berndt ’62 Fund was established in 2005 by the friends and family of Rita Berndt who chose to honor their dear friend with generous gifts to IND, her beloved alma matter.
Dr. Rita Sloan Berndt ’62 and her husband Rick at the 2008 Graduation. Mary Gibson Goshell ’43 Melvin A. Hammelman Pauline Smutniak Hanich ’75 Barbara Jankowski Hannon ’70, P’95 Susan Sobul Hennessey ’82 Mary Rose Mannion Hoffman ’46 IND Mothers Club Cynthia Jeness ’64 Betty Thim Keiser ’62 Betty Kern ’69 The Marion I. and Henry J. Knott Foundation Terry Knutsen ’73 Claudia Stricker Krizek ’56 M. Suzanne Lathroum ’67 Anna Glick Lombardo ’37 Colleen Larkin LoPresto ’65 Nancy Byrnes Martel ’54 Mary Lu Schroeder McNeal ’46 Carolyn Steiner Minker ’57 The Thomas More Project Nicholas and Suellen Paleologos Pat Plunkert ’64 Betty Ann Hughes Prosser ’41 Nicholas and Michelle Saba P’08 Nancy Reddy Sanders ’57 Joseph L. Sellmayer Catherine Topper Shalaby ’82
Everett and Debbie Shawen P’05 Kate Young Sinclair ’57 Nancy Walker Smith ’78 Sister Hildie’s Helpers W.R. Grace Foundation The Honorable Thomas and Joyce Ward P’80, P’83, P’85 Carol Leyko Weigand ’56 Elaine Costantini Woodruff ’66 Joan M. Worthington ’79 Monica Eisenzopf Young ’69 Joseph and Donna Zuraw P’08
Sister Maurelian Walter Circle (Gifts of $100 to $499) Principal from 1941 to 1948 Sr. Maurelian is credited with expanding both the academic curricula and extra-curricula offerings at IND. Academy of the Holy Angels Michael and Maria Adamski P’06, P’10 Katherine Smith Ahlers ’46 Mary Kelleher Albright ’36 Maureen Hopkins Ames ’66 Christine Smith Amrhein ’62 Jane Hartley Amtmann ’67
ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ LEADERSHIP GIVING
William R. Anderson Denise Wetchy Andreone ’66 Katherine Griffith Anello ’67 Virginia Daley Anton ’63 Camille Stricker Appel ’57 Frances Appler ’67 Marilyn Madigan Arbegast ’57 Dolores Ruth Arnold ’50 Ralph and Christine Arnold P’03 Maron McCulley Atkins ’68 Moira O’Neill Atkinson ’79 Rose Iannantuono Augustyniak ’47 Marie Rohner Barrett ’59 Suzanne Barry ’72 Deborah Batchelor ’69 Diana Reyes Baughman ’81 Elaine Jankunas Bean ’66 Becton Dickinson and Company Leah Benzing ’83 Maria Hadzaman Berkheimer ’79 Geraldine Berkovitz-Martin ’62 B. Adelaide Mueller Besche ’41 Florence Rebbert Best ’40 Mary Ellen Abel Beyer ’60 Mary Pat Curley Bianchi ’67 Jean E. Bienemann Jane Vavrina Bittner ’48 Claire Gerlach Blake ’56 Dorothy Sexton Blomquist ’58 Marta Blotny-Kornak ’88 Lucille Boland ’63 Mary Beth Fitzgerald Bollinger ’78 Darlene Guinto Bonnett ’88 Maureen McCaig Bory ’64 Anne Breitenother P’99, P’00 Virginia Goldman Brisebois ’33 Betty Manley Brohawn ’41 Kathleen Glab Brooks ’66 Shirley Marousek Broring ’49 Eliese Itzel Brown ’38 Helen Manley Brown ’39 Michael and Mary Jane Brown P’88 Mildred Mullan Brown ’44 Nancy A. Brulinski ’68 Kathleen M. Doyle Brumberger ’67 Sheila McGlone Brune ’56 Richard and Mary Bucci P’07 Carolyn and Thomas Buck Sandra Budd Maribel Esteban Budosh ’76 Maria Patti Burke ’53 Mary Jane Miller Buttrill ’53 Lisa Byrd ’90 Anthony Cameron P’00 Mary Hamberry Campbell ’45 Anastasia Roros Cardiges ’91 Linda Carey Gloria Kelmer Carfine ’57 Betty Gessler Carpenter ’40 Marilyn Krebs Carr ’64 Paula Norris Carroll ’54 Alice E. Carter Sandra Castagna ’81 Nancy Birch Cawley ’75 Becky Grabenstein Chamberlain ’98 Mary Haer Chiles ’64
Catherine Dignan Chrismer ’58 Maureen O’Neill Ciesielski ’72 Dianne Clark ’72 Regina Smith Clas ’57 Bernice Lewrencz Clauss ’40 Mary Jo Nugent Closs ’59 Wendy K. Cohan Cynthia Kaczmarek Cohen ’84 Georgia C. Blevins Coleman ’64 Marian Murphy Colimore ’63 Jane Kennedy Comber ’46 Katherine Flynn Connelly ’69 Linda Ray Connor ’67 Mary Edna Cunningham Conroy ’47 Carolyn L. Converso P’05 John and Carolyn Conway P’95 John and Pamela Cooney P’10 Sr. Mary N. Corcoran, RSM Winifred Lynch Coughlin ’42 Theresa Creamer Robin and Phyllis Crockett P’12 Patricia Anne Miceli Cromer ’66 Carleen Dickhoff Cross ’55 Monica A. Crusse ’78 Beth Doleschal Crutchfield ’87 Ellen Norton Cullen ’58 Rosalie Haspert Curran ’62 Patricia Larkin Czarski ’56 Theresa V. Czarski ’81 Janet O’Connor Date ’58 Ida Dee Davison ’51 Dorothy Fohner Day ’66 Pamela Wheeler DeJoy ’62 Renee Demski ’81 Charlene DePasquale ’71 Jodie Amrhein Dickey ’79 Betty Lacs Dickman ’51 Elizabeth Cronin Dippenworth ’65 Kathleen Evans DiRocco ’59 Virginia Dobry Gloria S. Domingo Anna Schiaffino Donnelly ’60 Josephine Schwarz Donnelly ’55 James Robert Dougherty P’74, P’76, P’82 Rita Bockstie Downey ’51 Margaret Wynne Doyle ’56 Patty Doyle ’68 Mary Pitt Duerr ’73 Janet A. Gaffney Dunstan ’66 Jacqueline R. Duobinis ’81 Mary Rita Kratochvil Duvall ’45 M. Kathleen Kopera Eagers ’59 Sally M. Edwards Mary Alice Eisel ’45 Sr. Kathleen Marie Engers, SSND ’43 Mark Erickson and Gwen Creel-Erickson Patricia Citrano Faherty ’67 Marie Therese Fahey ’63 Mary Lou Harkum Farley ’57 Tamara Faulstich P’12 Bertha Eagan Fillmore ’51 Nancy Burke Filsinger ’76 Mildred Seipell Finck ’66 Lisa M. Fink
Patricia Fisher Mary Jo Fitchett Joseph F. Foertsch, Jr. P’92 Anne T. Fohner ’31 Jeanette Seufert Foley ’32 Teresa Burke Ford ’79 Carole Szech Franz ’57 Catherine Fritz ’57 Donna Fritz ’59 Patricia Kunert Frizzera ’57 Mary McCartney Gary ’55 Kevin and Cathy Gaynor P’11 Paula Melocik George ’61 Robert and Peggy Gessler P’09, P’11 Joan Gillece ’72 Nancy Gillece ’77 Ann Hanley Givens ’72 Michelle Brown Glennon ’88 Mary Jane Prosser Gloth ’46 David and Margaret Gobel P’07 Debbie Grant Godfrey ’67 Jean Doyle Goedeke ’47, P’76, P’87 Marie Windfelder Goldsmith ’60 Margaret Cortezi Goodman ’55 Irene Stag Gotta ’59 Virginia Lynch Graf ’57 Kimberly Gray P’12 Daisy Selhorst Greaves ’65 M. Carmen Velez Grieves ’73 John and Dorothy Guidera Kathleen Kremer ’73 Eileen Bailey Hall ’87 Barbara Hamilton ’53 Carolyn Waskiewicz Harriger ’59 Christina Kennard Harris ’66 Mary Elizabeth Hart Carol Hartke ’61 Kathleen Lavin Harvey ’75 Mary Ellen Miller Harvey ’67 Joseph C. Hauf III Nancy Haviland ’48 Annette Duffy Heaps ’55 Bobby and Saundra Heard P’09 Mary Sapeta Helfrich ’80
Rose Marie Meadow-Croft Hellmann ’48 Patricia Wagner Hemler ’66 Katherine Herbert ’53 Anna M. Hergenroeder ’38 John F. Herr, Jr. Kimberly Dymowski Hicks ’87 Cherie Beauchemin Hiner ’71 Dorothy Gibson Hines ’53 Pamela A. Hirsch Julie Hofferbert ’84 Dorothy C. Holzworth ’40 Jerry Rohrbaugh Hood ’48 Carolyn Gueydan Houk ’51 John and June Howard Regina McKeowne Hubbard ’39 Thomas J. Huber Mary Agnes Holtman Hughes ’39 Barbara Huhn ’68 IBM Mary Feimer Ichniowski ’74 IND Faculty Irish Charities of Maryland Catherine Jackson Maria Ankewitz Jacob ’65 Aurora V. Jacobo P’08 Bernadette O’Neill Janyska ’57 Virginia Aberle Jenkins ’69 Sharon Tiburzi Jockle ’79 Lisa Naish Johnson ’77 M. Karen Frazier ’89 Jeanne Morris Jones ’44 Carolyn Rubeling Josey ’67 Barbara A. Karczeski ’88 Phyllis Augustyniak Karko ’70 Ellen Stahl Karp ’62 Marie and Ron Karpinski Libby Geraghty Keady Elizabeth Kelly Kearney ’47 Barbara Federline Keefer ’62 James and Catherine Nolan Keenan ’56 Onzelow and Dorothy Kendall P’85, P’89
Freshman Welcome: Little sister Melanie Hardy ’12 and big sister Morgan Gillard ’10 enjoy the tradition.
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Fathers Club spends summer renovating IND Members of the Fathers Club spent many hours this summer at IND, renovating and enhancing various areas. Bill Wladkowski, (pictured, below left) father of Shelby ’10, and Tom Kline, (pictured, below right) father of Stephanie ’04, Elizabeth ’05, and Elise ’10, gutted an old office and bathroom and turned them into the admissions workroom and closet, complete with crown molding, recessed lighting, and new hardwood floors. The fathers did not stop there. They moved Sister Hildie’s bookstore from its old location near the art room to what was a lunchroom; they renovated the room to suit the needs of the store. The hard-working dads completed more projects and are still not finished. They have plans to enhance and help fix up other parts of the building.
Sister Maurelian Walter Circle (cont.) (Gifts of $100 to $499) Kathleen Kenney ’62 Jim and Vicky Kern P’03 Shirley Kick ’76 Anne Huppmann Kidwell ’65 Jo Ann Bradley Kidwell ’57 Maria Kristine Kirk ’64 Betty W. Klare ’39 Rosalie Piscano Kniffin ’56 Mary McGreevy Knighton ’37 Elizabeth Horten Kogler ’46 Pamela Mabry Kolb ’79, P’08, P’12 Nora McDonough Koontz ’68 Joanne Sanders Kovacs ’63 Lori Stamm Krausz ’87 Sr. Doris Kresslein, SSND ’39 Mary Mueller Kresslein ’41 Marguerite McAtee Lating ’48 Kathleen Lekin Elizabeth May Donnelly LeLeux ’47 Mary Carol Baummer Lidinsky ’70 Helena Light-Hadley ’67 J. Michael and Patricia Linnehan P’81, ’87 Sr. Mary Raymond Logue, SSND ’55 Katherine Gallagher Lower ’70 Susan Koenig Luckan ’65 Mary Anne Welsh Lund ’57 Jane McHale MacDonald ’70
Irene Werth Mann ’69 Patricia Mullan Marchant ’59 Dana E. Yeagley Marquette ’89 Mary Zungailia Martin ’75 Steve and Laura Mastella P’05, P’07 Connie Adler Matricardi ’64 Anna Golebiewski Mauk ’56 Claire B. Maurer ’60 Geraldine Mc Quaid-Connelly ’57 Rose Shannon McCauley ’52 Pamela Wallace McComas-Ecker ’69 Brenda Foertschbeck McConnell ’62 Barry T. McCullough E. Patrick McDonough Dorothy Basel McElroy ’46 Jayne Hepburn McGeehan ’56 Carolee Franklin McGrath ’51 Eleanor Norris McKenna ’56 Virginia A. McLaughlin ’82 MDReal and Wave Realty Francis and Alma Meagher P’70, P’81, P’84, P’87 Sr. Joannene Grace Merendino, SSND ’39 Mary Emma Schmitz Middleton ’62 Dolores Mrockowski Mikulski ’45 Patricia Lacey Mikus ’71 Margaret Hagerty Miles ’40 Anna Blackert Miller ’47 Lois Siemek Miller ’66 Nancy Miller
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Nancy White Miller ’62 Patricia Hohenstein Miller ’59 Jane and John Milto Minerals Technologies, Inc. Elizabeth Hochrein Mishev ’62 Mary Rafferty Mohr ’47 John C. Monaghan Patricia Lutts Monagle ’80 Margaret A. Moore ’63 Jane Rohner Morgan ’63 M. Janice Hayes Mueller ’60 Amy Mullen ’93 Ann Franz Murphy ’84 Cecilia Evans Murphy ’49 Christopher Murphy Elizabeth Horvath Murphy ’39 Francis Murphy Thomas V. Murphy, Jr. Frances Patricia Herbert Muth ’51 Margaret Muth ’72 Colonel A. Joseph and Donna Nattans Margaret M. Nayden ’39 Most Reverend William C. Newman John and Elizabeth Nichols P’08, P’10 Betty Marecki Nicholson ’40 Florus Walker Niehaus ’46 Kathleen Fisher Notari ’68 Pamela Simon O’Brien ’69, P’07 Beth McHale O’Connell ’87 Joan Caughy O’Connor ’48 Agnes Boesel O’Ferrall ’42 Janet Leineweber O’Hara ’60 Mark A. O’Hara Mary Taylor Olert ’46 Virginia Arthur O'Neill ’54 Mary Bartolomeo Oppelt ’55 Mildred Buzek Otenasek ’32 Kathleen Lembach Overfield ’76 Beverly “Penny” A. Palmer ’69 Ligia Pappas P’11 Katherine Parks-Bruns ’74 Elaine Zome Patzwall ’57 Phillips W. Peters, Jr. Sue Petti ’74 Jane Frances Smith Piper ’58 Poetry Book Sale Linda A. Pollock ’62 Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera ’69, P’95 Dolly Malstrom Preis ’52 Patricia Bartynski Prichard ’70 Joan Tumminello Pyle ’57 Sara Marie Armetta Quinn ’57 Barbara Ann Ray ’60 Verna Reamy ’65 Anna Kukucka Rebetsky ’36 Mr. and Mrs. George Reeb P’95 Evelyn Dougherty Reinhardt ’50 Margaret A. Reitz ’64 Mary Allenbaugh Rew ’53 Jane Baer Reynolds ’67 Margaret Sokel Richardson ’48 Anne Rinaldi ’50 Dorothy Wintz Ritt ’45 Margaret Linz Robinson ’49
Patricia Gattus Rodgers ’55 Lois Roeder ’50 Marion Davis Roesler ’54 Patricia A. Rogers ’49 Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. Anita Brown Ross Mathew and Natasza Roughton Janet Small Ruckle ’53 Annamae Keenan Russell ’43 Lois Dietz Russell ’54 Amy Glorioso Rynes ’73 Patricia Sahlin ’62 Terry Satterfield ’70 Mary Lou Scardina P’96 Angela Karasinski Scarfield ’99 Gregory F. Schaffer Sr. Judith Schaum, SSND ’57 Miriam B. Scheck ’57 Charlotte Garratt Schenk ’34 Mary Schenning ’57 Marjorie Schwartz Schlossbach ’56 Victoria Slifker Schmidt ’65 Dolores Votta Schmitt ’49 Helen Reymann Schroeter ’50 Mary A. Schuhart ’46 Patricia Parr Schuhart ’55, P’03 Marcie Hasson Schwartzman ’71 John and Stella Seal P’04 Adele Diaz Seebold ’84 Ann Seeley ’58 Louise Harrison Seidel ’41 Ruth Roeder Semon ’52 Alfrina T. Shaver-Brink ’45 Eva Norris Shipley ’40 Catherine A. Short ’59 Charles and Lillian Sigler P’ 90 Mary Frances Juskelis Sikora ’55 Mary M. Silberzahn ’73 Maryhelen Simmons ’41 Linda Simon Vincent and Susan Sisk Teresa Stigler Slade ’42 Nancy Holtman Smedley ’66 Colleen L. Smith ’02 Elizabeth Lehner Smith ’46 Connie Connelly Smith ’75, P’02 Louise B. Smither Cathy Shuler Snellinger ’71, P’97 Millicent Kadyszewski Solomon ’67 Mary Lou Plunkert Spiese ’65 Patricia Milkowski Spinazzola ’71 St. Casimir Church Margaret Cipriotti Stamm ’63 Janice Hand Stangroom ’75 Jeanne Delabio Stephens ’74 Anne Presson Stewart ’47 Mary Margaret Stigler-Semega ’64 Sandra Barlag Stocksdale ’62 Strawberry Fields Michael E. Sullivan SunTrust Mid-Atlantic Foundation Rosewin Tewey Sweeney ’44 Mary Modigh Szimanski ’49 T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation Linda Molloy Tanton ’51 Katherine Bluso Thanner ’68 Kathleen Pleines Thompson ’65
ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ LEADERSHIP GIVING
Mary Dowling Thompson ’41 Diane Juknelis Tichnell ’66 Regina G. Timmons ’69 Dorothy Knopp Topp ’57 Karen Swink Trenchard ’71 Kristin Triplett ’91 Cynthia Kowalczyk Turnes ’71 Kimberly Turso-Baum ’80 Jennifer Ullrich-Mayfield ’87 Denise Zubalik Urban ’74 Mary E. Vaccarino ’53 George F. Vaeth Ellen Landerkin Van Daniker ’56 Nancy Oliver Vecera ’57 Carmen Velez ’77 Jennifer Verch ’96 Gerard and Kathleen Vetter P’03, P’08 Joyce Crowley Voigt ’85 Sheila Fahey Von Kerczek ’61 Denise Kozlowski Von Rinteln ’73 David and Mary Ellen Voorhees P’06 Elizabeth Rohde Wagner ’57 Elizabeth Hartman Wall ’47 Betty B. Weber Barbara Correri Webster ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Webster P’09 Dolores M. Rebetsky Welsh ’62 Carol A. Wenzel ’60 Charisse and Daniel Wernecke Jessica Wescott Joyce Ardis Wesolowski ’61 Katherine Urbanski Westfall ’81 Sue A. Whelan ’57 Donna M. Wiedorfer ’80 Rose Hamilton Williams ’68 Margaret A. Wilson ’69 Marie Palma Donatelli Wilson ’49 Roberta F. Wilson ’77 Kathryn Baker Windesheim ’69 Lorraine Gill Wintz ’53 Peg Wintz ’41 Mary Lee Wist ’48 Olivia Goins Wist ’66 Kirsten Andrews Woelper Bonnie Hock Wohlfort ’76 Arthur and Angela Wolf P’05 Mark and Susan Woodman P’07, P’09, P’11 Jack Wurfl C. Shirley Yeakle ’46 Mary Dobry Yoncha ’82, P’08, P’12 Robert and Susan Zawodny Elizabeth Smith Zeller ’44 Carole Melvin Ziegler ’58 Zurich North America Surety and Financial Enterprises
Blue/White Patron (Gifts up to $99) Kathleen Boland Abbott ’51 Charles and Amanda Adams Anne Yakel Alban ’63 Patricia Alderton ’68 Bernadette Payne Aley ’66
Daleann Wessel Al-Hamad ’66 Elizabeth Knozek Aliberti ’63 Anders Alicea Bernadette C. Allen ’44 Amazon.com Anna Oleksiuk Anderson ’62 Henrietta Gunzelman Anderson ’38 Anne Aumiller Appel ’48 Guy and Carol Arceneaux P’08 Kathleen Byerts Arconti ’68 Mary P. Arnold ’46 Richelle Black Arnold ’93 Elizabeth Cashen Arthur ’52 Carolyn Schaefer Atmur ’45 Maria Atsalis ’03 David and Barbara Aughenbaugh P’11 Sr. Marita Aumiller, RGS ’40 Denise Aversa ’69 Viva Slizys Bacanskas ’58 Stephanie Bach ’06 Jeanne Frederick Backof ’75 Patricia Doyle Balassone ’65 Regina M. Balcerzak ’47 Judy Freimuth Baldwin ’62 Geraldine Banachowska ’54 Susan Johnson Bancroft ’79 Julie Conway Bandelin ’95 Leah Winterling Bark ’64 Teresa Farley Barnes ’74 Barnes and Noble Lisa Stover Barnett ’84 Kimberly Callis Barron ’88 Michael T. Barron P’11 Mary Heil Bartlett ’49 Deborah Barton and Raymond Carrion P’01 Allan Bateson and Christy DeVader P’09 Patricia Heming Bathras ’55 Mary Margaret Batzer ’46 Sr. M. Dolores Baumgartner, SSND Sr. Caroleen Baummer, SSND ’40 John Charles and Rhonda Baummer Cathryn Gulbin Bearov ’43 Kay Shortall Beasley ’64 Lucille B. Beck ’67 Elissa Beere Metzger ’52 Ashley L. Bell ’02 Betty Bell Donna Kominski Bell ’75 Joan Zins Bender ’65 Gail Rickter Bennett ’72 Mark Bent P’02 Tara Bent ’02 Thomas F. Bents Marie Therese Berry Raymond and Sandra Berry P’06 Agnes Holtman Berz ’41 Helen Lambert Bianca ’66 Louise C. Bianco ’40 Erin Murphy Bindel ’81, P’09 Nancy Yates Binder ’53 Meghan E. Bishop ’96 Catherine Bittner ’40 Margaret M. Bittner ’43
Carolyn Strohecker Bitzel ’55 Dorothy Vaeth Blackwell ’54 Christina Blair ’98 Anne Hohenstein Blumberg ’71 Dorothy P. Boan ’53 Daria Tymiuk Bollinger ’82 Mary E. Bollinger, D.O. ’76 Vanessa Lascola Bolton ’69 Patricia Annen Bomhoff ’56 Deirdre Williams Bond ’80 Karla Bounds P’99, ’03 Jessica Bowden ’04 Mary Zungailia Bowden ’85 Carol Winter Bowling ’64 Gloria Tracy Bowling ’52 Natalie Ziemski Boyd ’51 Catherine Boyle Patricia Martin Brand ’66 Mary Zacharski Brandt ’59 Shirl Brawner Annette Leahy Brennan ’63 Margaret Perticone Brennan ’67 Melinda and Charles Brenton Mary Louise Broadbeck ’51 Regina Ayd Brockmeyer ’50 Sharon Brodie Rosalie Brooks ’57 Gabriella Fabi Brotto ’42 J. Robert Brown Patricia Schirmer Brown ’62 William Brown Alice Friedel Brubaker ’42 Natalie H. Bruno ’52 Barbara L. Bryant Stella DeAntoniis Bull ’47 J. Michael Burke Margaret M. Burke ’62 Mary Lee Burke ’82 Dorothy Wyatt Burkhardt ’52 Jane Cardegna Bury ’68 Grace Kantros Busan ’57 Catherine Simmons Buski ’42 Allison L. Busky Mary Anne Gerard Byan ’67 Jerome and Linda Cabbagestalk P’11 Lourdes B. Cabrisses Patricia Baummer Cammarata ’78 Helen Tydings Sinnott ’58 Kathy Burdekin Campbell ’68 Mary Allulis Campbell ’50 Michael B. and Leisa J. Campbell P’09 Nancy Campbell Cantville ’60 Penelope Young Cariffe ’62 Evelyn Freeze Carlineo ’59 Suzanne Ackerman Carney ’66 Theresa Baginski Caro ’50 Robert B. Carter Cara Cartwright ’00 Betty Combs Carver ’63 Mary Jean Cashen P’03 Carolyn R. Casper ’59 Sr. Jane Cayer, SSND Josephine McGrath Celmer ’53 Marilyn Mikos Cenedella ’61 Gloria Cain Cerino ’49
Josephine Grasser Chapolini ’73 Young Lee Chase ’81 Karana Choi Margaret Wright Chrismer ’64 Therese Smith Clark ’54 Rosemary Classon ’66 Carolyn Keefer Clay ’52 Anna Lee Close Katherine McGlone Cogdell ’64 Michele Kelly Colburn ’63 Elizabeth DiAngelo Collevecchio ’62 Jane T. Collier Noreen Collins ’49 Fernando and Christine Commodari P’07 Elaine McGinn Coniff ’38 Patricia Conly Mary Ellen Diehl Connolly ’49 Adele Baker Considine ’75 Dominic and Christine Conte Linda Conti Jeffrey Conway Joan Sigwart Cook ’54 Lou Ann Wallace Cook ’74 Mary Regina Craig ’70 Christina Spiegel Cramer ’84 Patricia King Creel ’62 Dolores Heinz Crickenberger ’52 Helen E. Cugle ’49 Helen Prince Culpepper ’42 Mary Pat Mottl Cumberland ’71 Jennifer McDonough Cummins ’83 John and Lavrinda Currens P’12 Margaret Asendorf D’Adamo ’67 Geraldine Ruggiero Dahms ’56 Dorothy Daiger, SSND Conrad and Marilyn Dannenfelser P’02 Raymond C. Daue Bernadette Schuman Davis ’41 Dwayne and Shanita Davis P’08 Erin Miskimon Davis ’83 Jacqueline Davis ’87 Mary Lyons Davis ’47 Mary Dickhoff DeAngelis ’58 Stacy Greensfelder DeCarlo ’85 Sarah Cicero DeCerbo ’97 Kitty Deimel ’67 Cynthia Moore Deinlein ’81 Patricia Lukanich Dembeck ’46 Mary Coyle Dempsey ’53 Deena A. Densmoor Joan Love Derbyshire ’48 Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown Mary T. Devanny ’46 Catherine Hurman Devilbiss ’69 Kathleen Russell DeVilbiss ’68 Jamie Alley Dewberry ’69 Jennifer DiBlasio ’99 Margretta Diemer ’71 Stephanie Boerner Dieter ’65 Mimi Haw Dietrich ’66 Alice Brach Di Laura ’68 Sr. Rosemary Dilli, SSND ’48 Kari DiLuzio Catherine Bosse Dimarco ’46
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ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ LEADERSHIP GIVING
Blue/White Patron (cont.) (Gifts up to $99) Lynn Kisnick Doerfler ’78 Carol Radwitch Doherty ’55 Peter and Mary Dolan P’99 Dolores Countess Dolbow ’50 Therese Dolbow ’75 Barbara A. Doline Alyce Schruefer Doll ’43 Jerome H. Dolle Loretta Gaetano Donelson ’51 Sara McGlone Donohue ’60 Rosemary Belli Donovan ’79 Carolyn Winterling Dore ’55 Sr. Rita Dorn, SSND ’57 Annette P. Dorrance F. Lucille Gallagher Dorsey ’44 Irwin Dorsey P’98 James and Christine Dougherty Jane Elizabeth Doyle ’69 Susan Brennan Dregier ’67 Dorothy Kobus Dreisch ’79, P’10 Ellen Drennan Sarah Treadwell Drumm ’95 Jennifer Dugent ’00 Frances Potthast Duley ’61 Carol A. Dunn Mary Lou Ricciuti Eagan ’65 Charlotte Marx Edmonston ’62 Lori Edwards ’75 Melissa L. Einhorn ’98 Sr. Jacquelyn Elly, SSND ’48 Ann M. Holmes Elsroad ’65 Ahmad and Mary Embrahimpour P’09 Janet Hock Endres ’51 Ann Klein Enghauser ’48 Laura Smith Ensey ’79, P’07 Sr. Eileen Eppig, SSND ’64 Catherine Thomas Erdman ’38 Stephen and Patrice Ervin P’09 Janet Mary Evans ’59 Michele North Exter ’79 Patricia Gannon Fallon ’72 Stephanie McQuade Fetsch ’70 Bettemae Vaeth Filbert ’45 Daria Meagher Filippelli ’74 Paulette Hergenroeder Finck ’56 Joan Hulshoff Fitzpatrick ’69 Sondra Koch Fitzwilliam ’53 Michael T. Flannery Anita Coakley Fleming ’35 Emily Fleming ’67 Ingrid Floyd Angela Kidd Flynn ’55 John T. Foley Joan Getz Ford ’51 Sr. Elizabeth Mary Foster, SSND ’52 Jean U. Francis Felix G. Frank Rosemary Thompson Frank ’81, P’06, P’08 Diana Ference Franz ’70, P’96 Stephanie Peterson Franzoni ’61
Eileen Frazier ’64 Frazier Commercial Sales, Inc. Anne Fohner Frederick ’55 Benedict J. Frederick, Jr. Anne Backof Freeman ’60 Lynne Freund ’75 Gregory and Michele Fridley P’11 Angela Friedel-Arsenovic ’86 Suzanne and Paul Friedlander P’12 Rita M. Fromm ’69 Frances A. Fuller ’57 Mary Alice Furman ’60 Sandy Tirocchi Furst ’75 Catherine Guttenberger Gabriel ’60 Ann Stahl Gage ’66 Maria Valderas Gagnier ’67 Josie Trionfo Galczynski ’72 Beverly Bolster Gales Gordon and Mary Gamble Maryrose Kober Gans ’72 Mary Murray Garvey ’47 William and Catherine Generose P’93 Barbara Jean Gentile Michelle Gentile ’72 Sr. Doris Ann Gentry, SSND ’47 Sister Melmarie Gentry ’42 Claire Gerber ’67 Mary Portera Gerk ’54 Fred Germano Cecilia Drager Germida ’62 Rose Klug Giblin ’42 Nancy Levy Giorno ’66 Sr. Patricia Glinka, SSND ’57 Gregory and Debbie Glinowiecki P’98 Mark and Kathleen Glinowiecki P’07 Jeanne Wist Gobel ’55 Winifred Birrane Gochar ’62 Patricia Jones Goetz ’70 Carol Ripken Goldbeck Erin Lawless Good ’91 Mary Anne Gorman ’64 Mark and Carol Gould P’09 Ann Morreale Grabowski ’83 Kathleen McElroy Gramiccioni ’62 Virginia Elly Grant ’43 Claire Hannan Grauer ’53 Judith Greenwalt Barbara Bruni Gregg ’66 Catherine Mengele Greu ’52 Richard and Mary Grier Mary Adele Griesacker ’47 Jennifer Grooms Rita Sigler Gue ’90 Mary Alice Weller Gugerty ’50 Sr. Marguerite Guidera, SSND ’49 Anita Darrah Hagin ’76 Patricia Hale ’73 Mary Dianne Dailing Hall ’63 Colleen Hamilton ’80 Concetta Glorioso Hamilton ’80 Frances Hunt Hamilton ’42 Mildred Hlavin Hamilton ’41
Annual Development Report 2007-2008
Susan Mary Hands ’65 Cheryl Chenowith Hann ’72 Carol and John Hannan Mary Jo Curran Harant ’48 Lynne Lauer Hardesty ’56 Catherine Theiss Harney ’60 Mark and Kathleen Harold P’11 Katie Rostkowski Harrington ’00 Kalyn B. Harris ’02 Lynn Harris P’02 Madeline DeLuca Hart ’69 Marjorie A. Swinskie Harten ’46 Patricia Morgan Hartley ’53 Margaret Frankenberger Hartman ’60 Michael Hartman Mary Ann Manning Hathaway ’55 Julia Struzinski Hatton ’65 Margaret McQuay Hauf ’67 Denise Marie Brocato Hawthorne ’78 Mary Patricia Zungailia Hayden ’80 Sheila Hayes ’85 Elaine Healy P’07 Frances Beran Heard ’49 Carol Kimmel Heflin ’69 Mary Hempfling Mary Ruby Henneman ’60 Margaret Doyle Hennessy ’43 Joanne Hergenrother ’59 Elizabeth Krauss Hershner ’70 Rose M. Hickey ’49 Joanne Niedzwiecki Hiebler ’61 Robert Hiles Brooke Hines ’99 Mary Jo Hipp ’58 Kathleen Banz Hirsch ’55 Milton and Carolyn Hiteshew Richard and Toni Hiteshew Robin Hoesch ’79 Mary Jeanne Hoff ’55 Betty McEnroe Hofmann ’47 Judith Hofmann ’69 Lorri Lechlinski Hokemeyer ’77 June Arnold Holland ’53 Kathryn Holzhauser ’74 Keith and Kathleen Hood P’04 Kristin Hood ’04 Louise Butterfield Hopkins ’65 Eleanor Handley Horak ’42 Alan and Janet Horn P’11 Mary Polk Horner ’61, P’87, P’88 Linda Grabowski House ’67 Megan Howe ’98 Sr. Agnes Miriam Hradsky, SSND ’32 Deborah L. Huckeba Patty A. Hudson Joan Butler Huettner ’53 Sr. Dorothy A. Hunt, SSND ’41 Elaine Mills Hunt ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Hunter Janice Brown Hyatt ’67 Peggy Ann Kinnear Iacarino ’72 Jane Macaluso Ichniowski ’66 Barbara Iglehart ’62
M. Sharon Mann Imwold ’62 Dorothy Bittner Ingham ’53 Lisa Miller Inglisa ’88 Cecelia Breschi Isales ’82 Christy Izdedski ’64 Cynthia Bull Jackman ’83, P’09 Carolyn Callahan Jaffa ’81 Mary Margaret Kilchenstein Jager ’44 Teresa M. Jankiewicz ’49 Suzanne Moeller Jefferson ’61 Bernardine Cunzeman Jester ’47 M. Charlette Schruefer Jeunette ’41 Agatha Palmisano Jones ’55 Nancy Sullivan Jones ’72 Margaret Caldwell Jositis ’53 Mary Jo Gawel Judge ’58 Karen R. Kadar ’58 Sharon Kalbarczyk ’64 Michele Huettner Kammer ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N. Karloff P’07, P’12 Barbara Jones Kasecamp ’72 Kenneth Kaufman and D. J. Armour Margaret A. Kaufman ’46 Elizabeth Kreiner Kavanagh ’44 Rose Anne Donegan Kearns ’56 Kathryn Lurz Keating ’47 Marjorie Kidd Keating ’60 Maureen M. Keck ’58 Helen Ward Keenan ’52 Nancy Lyston Keenan ’59 Peggy Munley Keesey ’74 Jeannette Peters Kehs ’40 Jacauelin Koritzer Keleman ’68 Celestine M. Church Kellam ’75, P’97 Alice Herrlich Kelly ’41 Constance Nickel Kelly ’53 Carolyn Buser Kenealy ’42 Michael P. Kenney Kathleen Richardson Kerrigan ’76 Sr. Victoria Kessler, SSND Elizabeth Kerler Keydash ’45 Denise and James Kielek P’08 Cass Kinnear ’73 Vicki Mattucci Kircher ’71 Pamela Kirk ’68 Katherine Quinn Klank ’41 Alexandra Kleinschmidt ’74 Joseph and Regina Knell Mary Jane Mallon Knight ’69 Katherine McAvoy Koch ’62 Sr. Elizabeth Koehn, SSND Virlyn P. Koger Margaret Kellinger Kohles ’39 Anna Marie Shinnick Komisarek ’86 Carolyn Kornick ’45 Rose Wist Kozojet ’48 Margaret Stafford Krach ’57 Breanna Kraft ’06 David and Penny Krall P’12 Agnes Kramer Mary Staab Kramer ’44
ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ LEADERSHIP GIVING
Sr. Carolyn Krebs, OP ’53 Edith Nee Krebs ’57 Bernadette Kristaponis Myers ’65 Eileen Amtmann Kropkowski ’67 Elizabeth Krug ’00 Margaret Creaney Krukowski ’50 John and Marie Krull P’04 Sr. Regis Krusniewski, SSND ’49 Colleen Kuhn Edward Kusterer Mary Dell Acqua Kutcher ’47 Marie J. Kwiatkowski P’10 Virginia Warwick Lacey ’62 Mary O'Hara Laird ’68 Bill and Bonnie Jo Lambdin P’08 Mary Jo Novak Lambdin ’62 Helen Burmeister Lambert ’43 David A. Lamdin Wendy Hucht Lanahan ’78 Sharon L. Landers Eleanore Langford ’48 Mary Jane Langner ’60 Agatha Palmisano LaPaglia ’61 Darla A. Lawder ’54 Helen Dobry Lawler ’30 Mary DeBoy Lawson ’65 Victoria Lazarus Nancy Buseman Leahy ’50 Jeanne Ledden ’66 Dorrence Burns Leech ’43 Bernice Boeckman Lehr ’57 M. Shirley Hughes Lentz ’48 Bernadette Kasal Lepkowski ’49 Mary Jane Kucinski Le Vasseur ’62 Maureen Lynch LeVine ’72 Rose Winterling Lewandowski ’58 Colleen Kelly Lewis ’68 Eileen Rosendale Lewis ’64 Carol Kubelius Libonati ’64 Michael and Maureen Lidinsky Rosemary Limmen Teresa Bateman Linardi ’47 Sr. Mary Xavier Linz, SSND ’38 Theresa Diem Lipple ’71 Virginia Lipscomb ’60 Julia Zacharski List ’54 Marlene Vogel Little ’51 Geraldine Klima Litty ’33 Sr. Ann Carnan Lohrfink, SSND ’44 Juanito and Mary Lopez P’08 Kathleen Kunert Lord ’62 Charlene Bell Lorenz ’62 Sr. M. Adele Luber, SSND ’36 Mary Margaret Tucker Luber ’57 Jean Gibson Lucido ’48 Sharon Weiss Lukowski ’77 Katrina Carrion ’01 Elizabeth O’Connor Lynch ’39 Sarah Linhard Lynch ’45 Patricia Lewns Lyons ’55 Patricia Guidera Maas ’46 Verna Levy MacDonald ’69 Grace Connelly MacNeil ’46 Susan Madison Audrey Dietrich Maggio ’42
Patricia Molloy Maguire ’47 Margaret Marsiglia Mahon ’47 Carole Maiwald and Family Elizabeth Stock Makowske ’67 Karen Murawski Maley ’75 Kathleen Franz Malinowski ’63 Gerardine Kelly Malstrom ’44 Rev. and Mrs. Myron Manzuk P’96 Catherine Allulis Markowski ’53 Elizabeth Foster Marquardt ’61 Anne Gillen Marshall ’46 Katherine M. Martin P’08 Barbara Merchant Marx ’69, P’96 Deborah A. Mason ’70 Yolanda DeAntoniis Mast ’51 Sharon Rosenberger Matcuk ’66 Marilyn Mattes ’71 Ann Rolfes Matthews ’82 Penny A. Matthews Gail F. Matzen Megan Mayforth ’98 Stacey Mays ’02 Mary Agnes English Mazur ’68 Thomas and Kathleen Mc Laughlin Anthony C. McAvinue P’06 Kate McAvinue and Tom Curtin P’06 Sr. Patricia McCarron, SSND ’80 Stephanie Buckley McClernan ’65 Phyllis Herold McCormack ’57 Joyce Y. McKinney Kenneth A. McKusick Barbara Grzymala McNew ’82 Katrina and John McPherson Gerry Batzer McSpaden ’64 Margaret Delargy Meagher ’45 Angela Ardella Meek ’55 Anne Melody ’90 Thomas and Denise Melvin P’05, P’09 Pat Fogarty Meskill ’48 Margaret A. Messina ’53 Carrie L. Metz C. Patricia Stang Meyers ’43 Amanda Michael ’05 Patricia Blama Mifsud ’84 Carol Hamilton Miglioretti ’63 Anne N. Miles DeSales Stanek Miles ’52 Tina Milio ’34 Cecelia Wright Miller ’67 George G. Miller Kathleen Evans Miller ’61 Mary Alice Back Miller ’77 Regina A. Miller ’70 Samuel and Linda Miller William and Brenda Miller P’04 Mary S. Minnick ’73 Nasrene Mirjafary ’99 Charles and Catherine Miserendino Leonard and Jacqueline Mnkande P’05 Kathleen Sanders Mohan ’78, P’08 Janice Horak Mohorovic ’70 Lois McCourt Monaghan ’47 Monumental Life Insurance
Alexandra Matucci ’09, Nicole Matucci ’12, Ester Paolocci ’12, and Lorrie Heard ’09 march in the Columbus Day Parade Sunday, October 12. Company Jane Ayd Morales ’47 Judith Moran Kara Moran ’98 Patricia Morris ’45 Rosemary Molz Moyer ’39 Elizabeth Hayden Mucha ’98 Sr. Christine Mulcahy, SSND JoAnna Pilachowski Mulgrew ’33 Margaret Peach Mumma ’46 Margaret Laux Murphy ’51 Patricia Murphy, SSND ’62 Dawn G. Musgrave Mary Dukehart Musser ’39 Joy M. Naden Christine Bowers Neas ’72 Amanda Neff ’92 Carroll L. Neill C. June Herpel Nemec ’62 Laurie Campbell Neubauer ’79 Laura Fisher Neuberger ’87, P’12 Mary Ann Baylis Newhouse ’64 Herbert Newsome Linda Hellbach Nicholson ’65 Mary Pat Powers Nicholson ’62 Suzanne Dyson Nicklas ’63 Jane Nitsch ’70 Rose Mattio Noe ’71 Pauline Housman Nolan ’45 Judith Kilroy Noppenberger ’65 Irvin and Audrey Nore P’10 Barbara Norris ’54 Mary Ellen Behr Norris ’57 Edna Hennegan Nowak ’42 Michele Ryan Oates ’80 Lorraine Wiebking O’Connor ’47 Eleanor O’Henley M. Eileen Trageser Olert ’49 Catherine Migliorini O’Malley ’62 Kate Leonard O’Neill ’68 Michaeline O’Neill ’53
Susan Kronau Opdyke ’67 Sharon Riggle Ort ’80 Jeanne McDonough Oswald ’79 Mark and Patricia Otto P’02 Nancy Fischer Owings ’54 Joann Markiewicz Ozolins ’61 Caroline Pacunas-Flick ’80 Irene Korz Palamar ’72 Bernetta Zuchowski Palasik ’71 Marsha Jeanette Parham Andrea Furletti Parisi ’72 Jeanette Goldberg Parmigiani ’62 Genevieve Parr ’00 Dorothy Rosky Passano ’38 Mary Ellen McHale Pate ’67 Shannon Patino ’93 Barbara Lipsey Patterson ’68 Mary Duvall Patti ’51 Nancy Barnard Pedone ’50 Mary Steele Peightal ’58 M. Katherine Pepersack ’41, P’04 Mary Hickman Peroutka ’76, P’04, P’09 Dolores Oppelt Petersen ’52 Mary Theresa Lurz Petrides ’81, P’03, P’05, P’12 Mary Freeze Pharr ’55 Erin Phelan ’01 Joan C. Phillips Patricia Oliver Phillips ’54 Kathryn A. Kindley Pigott ’54 Rosella Croney Plank ’60 David M. Plummer Beth Piaskowski Poggioli ’88 Kristen Pokrywka ’01 Joseph R. Polek Katharine Polley Joanne Banz Porter ’53 Mary E. Porter Cheryl A. Pratt Suzanne Schultz Preis ’65
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ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ LEADERSHIP GIVING
Hildie’s Helpers help prepare Halloween treats for the neighbors. Left to right: Kimberly Kolb ’12, Sister Hildie, Mollie Mellendick ’11, and Abigail Beichler ’11. Blue/White Patron (cont.) (Gifts up to $99) Tina Watchinsky Price ’84 Judith S. Pyle Jane Skarda Pyrak ’78 Helen R. Quarles Capt. Joan R. Queen, MSC, USN ’74 Kathaleen Jones Quinn ’60 Rosemary P. Quinn ’48 Robert and Zeinab Rabold Peggy Radziminski ’68, P’91, P’96 Claire Windfelder Ramirez ’62 Eleanor McConnell Ramsey ’41 Yira Rawlins-Prins P’08 Marlene Lonczynski Readmond ’53 Sheila Garrett Reams ’62 Meredith Reaser ’89 Alvina Bruzdzinski Reed ’56 Sharon Behnken Rees ’90 Dolores Kirchner Reich ’47 Mary S. Reier Sr. Catharine Francis Reimer ’45 Suzanne Peregoy Reinhart ’54 Fran Restrivera Mary Krieger Reynolds ’51 Karen Fugate Rhoads ’85 Eva Jefferson Rice ’64 Rose Conti Richard ’42 Katherine Turner Richardson ’62 Mary Davis Riesett ’88 Reginald D. Rigsby P’08, P’11 Jennifer Durner Ripley ’98 Margaret Trentler Ritzel ’66 Ameilia M. Roberts Mary Adele Herzog Roberts ’44 Susan Kotecki Rockstroh ’82 Mabel S. Rodriguez Carol Rosensteel Roemer ’58 Rita Rehak Roettger ’43 Margaret Meier Rolfes ’49 Pamela Mannion Roser
Tess Rosinsky ’10 Lois Rachuba Ross ’62 Lauren Rossi ’69 Margaret E. Wallace Rossiter ’36 Mary Shryock Rubin ’59 Sandra L. Ruffini Barbara A.S. Ruland Barbara Woods Rusinko ’60 Sr. Marietta Russell, MHSH ’42 Charlotte J. Russo '62 Margaret Mackin Ruth ’52 Joan Ruzicka Jeanne Noppenberger Ryan ’65 Clare Gintling Rybczynski ’81 Thomas and Mary Rybczynski P’08 Alexandra Klewicki Rymland ’54 Roberta Evans Sabin ’64 Irene Sager ’59 Catherine R. Sanders ’46 Margaret Backert Sanders ’52 Helen Lippert Sauter ’54 Jeanne Negley Sauthoff ’54 Virginia Georgulas Savell ’64 Elise Mary Saydah, SSND Mary Annette Streb Scagnetti ’54 Lisa Lechlinski Schafer ’85 Patricia Stevens Schanberger ’59 Doris Wahl Scheerer ’46 Anita Batzer Scheiwe ’61 Cornelius A. Scheve Frances Smith Schleicher-Kane ’50 M. Celeste Bauermann Schley ’54 Joan H. Schmidt M. Barbara Thompson Schmidt ’66 Celeste Mach Schmitz ’68 Patricia Ayd Schmuff ’48 Kristen Lewandowski Schoch ’93 Eleanor E. Schoeffield ’49 SSND St. Thomas Aquinas Convent Joanne George Schreiber ’55, P’86 John and Mary Jo Schreven ’09
Annual Development Report 2007-2008
Janice Kahn Schuck ’72, P’03, P’06 Leona Schultz ’70 Michele Senkus Schultz ’65, P’87, P’92 Edwina Schuppner ’43 Mrs. Anna Hoesch Schweiger ’48 Marguerite Z. Schwiebert ’51 Mary Inglehart Schwind ’59 Mary Cavey Schwing ’60 Marianne Scollan ’75 Jackie Miller Scott ’81 John and Annette Sdanowich Robert and Shirley Seeley Margaret M. Sellmayer ’48 Melanie J. Wisniewski Semko ’69 M. Elizabeth Semmelmayer Sr. Patricia Shea, SSND ’48 Sr. Mary Leonie Sheehan, SSND ’59 Constance Lozosky Shemansky ’62 Patricia Gorman Sheridan ’65 Angela Conway Shinn ’80 Germaine H. Shinnick ’77 Blanche Hailey Shoul ’50 Lynn Shuppel ’62 Thomas Shuster P’92 John and Janice Sievers P ’10 Dolores Rohlfing Silberschlag ’51 John W. Simmen Anne Tomek Simmons ’71 Michelle Christ-Simmons ’93 Patricia Watson Simmons ’73 Kathleen Kelly Simpson ’62 Cyrile Szech Sincock ’60 Connie Green Skewers ’66 Levelle Gentry Smith ’50 Sr. Maritia Smith, SSND ’52 Sr. Mary Catherine Smith ’63 Patricia Gibson Hobler Smith ’45 Sherry Dyer Smith ’37 Tami Smith Camilla Smoot ’78 Patricia Knott Smyth ’47 Kathleen Snyder Snider ’62 Donna Kearney Sochurek ’69 Sr. Elizabeth Sokel, SSND ’46 Albert and Myrna Sotto Joan Williams Spicer ’50 Rosemary McElroy St. Clair ’61 Constance McDonough Staab ’84, P’12 John G. Staab Joan Boarman Stecher ’52 Pamela Stefanski ’99 Raymond and Maureen Stefanski, P’99, P’02, P’06 Carolyn Malinowski Sterner ’62 Sharon Merling Stewart ’72 Erin Dolan Stine ’99 Mary Hulshoff Stitz ’71 Donna Lehneis Stofberg ’64 Bernadine Popera Stogoski ’51 Claire Thompson Stokes ’98 Donald and Theresa Stoop P’12 Doris Peterson Stout ’51 Regina Haines ’88
Christina DiLiello Straub ’95 Angela R. Strauch '89 Kathleen Dougherty Strauch ’74, P’07, P’10, P’11 Julia H. Stricker ’40 M. Noreen Hume Stromer ’57 Patty Maas Strott ’74 Robert and Mary Stryjewski P’01 Patricia Hobler Suit ’68 Frances Stumbroski Sullivan ’50 Suzanne Metz Sunderland ’64 Zenas and Paula Sykes P’05, P’08, P’09 Deborah Moeser Sylvester ’69 Mary Eleanor Gerwig Talbert ’60 Barbara May Taylor ’59 Loretta M. Taymans ’50 Mary Love Thomas ’80 Marybernetta Hallinger Thomas ’84 Elaine Sadofsky Thompson ’84 James W. Thompson Mary Dempsey Thompson ’39 Mary Sellmayer Tiedemann ’42 Edna E. Tillette ’49 Catherine Harden Tinder ’66 Dolores Tippett ’53 Geraldine Tobak ’48 Helen Parks Todd ’68 Emily Tognocchib ’05 Marie A. Wiedenbauer Tommey ’43 Beverly Meisel Tracey ’58 Isabelle Holtman Trainor ’46 Christina Neubauer Tringali ’93 Barbara Herman Triplett ’65, P’91, P’94 Ann Allulis Trotter ’54 Kelly Linnehan Tudja ’81, P’11 Rosine Tumminello ’53 Tara Turner ’94 Gladys Schlag Twigg ’44 Lisa Koenig Uddeme ’84 Sheri Underkoffler ’98 United Way of Central Maryland Joseph and Janet Urbanski P’06, P’11 Elinor Fallon Usher ’46 Sr. Frances Marie Usher, SSND ’36 Margaret M. Wahl Valderas ’43 Phyllis Lang Valenziano ’40 Mr. Fred M. Valz Charlotte Kemp Vardy ’56 Michael and Cheryl Vaughn P’12 Lena Vendetti ’09 Christine Wells Vetters ’42 Deborah A. Veystrk ’68 Concetta M. Vinci ’49 Mary Joan Ennis Vito ’49 Sarah Vittek ’06 Anne Rich Von Nordeck Elizabeth Owen Wagner ’71 Anne Beyer Waite ’84 Joan S. Wallace ’50 Celeste Caton Walsh ’57 Margaret Fahey Walsh ’53 Belinda K. Wancowicz
A N N U A L F U N D D O N O R S ✦ B O A R D O F D I R E C T O R S , C U R R E N T PA R E N T S , A L U M N A E G I V I N G
Angela Miceli Waple ’84 Maryann K. Ward Patricia Warnock-Safford ’83 Betty Dontell Warren ’48 Susan B. Watson ’66 Dianne L. Weeks ’04 Larry and Lilia Weeks P’04 Winnie E. Weeks Cindy Gowallis Weese ’77, P’01 Jane Svehla Weidaw ’71 Genevieve S. Weigman Sr. Marguerite Weiler, SSND Marie R. Welsch Sue Giblin Welsh ’64 Jeanne A. Wenger ’64 Martha Lee West ’46 Janice and Roland Wheelbarger Virginia Muller White ’40 Mary Sallese Whittaker ’60 Carole Anne Mattox Wild ’59 Regina Zacharski Wilhelm ’61 Elizabeth Groome Williams ’58 Jeannine Weber Williams ’72 Sandra Foertsch Williams ’62 Mercita Sue Zeiler Wills ’65 Patricia Goodlavage Wills ’63 Carol Tassi Wilson ’58 Denise Conrad Wilson ’69 Myra Bartholow WilsonThorburn ’54 Karen and Bill Wladkowski P’10 Roxanne G. Daddino Wloczewski ’79 Joan Sadtler Wolfe ’77 Tess Linz Wood ’52 Mary Rosalie Hall Wood ’39 Margaret Ryan Woods ’62 Kathleen Lawler Wright ’61 Donna Wrzesien ’83 Denise Wysocki ’97 William and Anne Yakaitis P’00 Joan Getz Young ’58 Robert A. Young F. Carolyn Resau Young-Marks ’62 Janet Hartnett Zahrobsky ’67 Mary M. Zajac ’80 Christa Engleman Zalewski ’93 Joan Karcz Zelenka ’64 Ruth May Zellhofer ’46
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CLASS of 2009
CLASS of 1938
2007 ~ 2008
Robert and Peggy Gessler Thomas and Denise Melvin Matthew and Mary Hickman Peroutka ’76 John and Mary Jo Schreven Zenas and Paula Sykes Douglas and Jacqueline Webster Mark and Susan Woodman
Henrietta Gunzelman Anderson Eliese Itzel Brown Elaine McGinn Coniff Catherine Thomas Erdman Anna Reymann Hergenroeder Sr. Mary Xavier Linz, SSND Dorothy Rosky Passano
Susan Arisman Sr. Mary N. Corcoran, RSM Sr. Kathleen Cornell, SSND ’61 Thomas D'Alesandro Renee Demski ’81 Mark Erickson Lisa Faherty ’92 Carol Hartke ’61 Michael Hartman Bridget Ward Horner ’81 Sr. Elizabeth Koehn, SSND Colleen Larkin LoPresto ’65 Bradley T. MacDonald Mary Callendar Montague ’75 Sr. Virginia Muller, SSND Sarah E. Murphy ’51 Colonel Arthur J. Nattans Gregory F. Schaffer Nancy Walker Smith ’78 Michael T. Smith Joseph M. Solomon Michael D. Sullivan Sr. Mary Roy Weiss, SSND Joseph Welkie, Jr. Kirsten Andrews Woelper
CLASS of 1939 CLASS of 2008 Guy and Carol Arceneaux Dwayne and Shanita Davis Aurora V. Jacobo Denise and James Kielek Bill and Bonnie Jo Lambdin Juanito and Mary Lopez Katherine M. Martin Kathleen Sanders Mohan ’78 John and Elizabeth Nichols Reno and Sheryl Pratt Yira Rawlins-Prins Reginald D. Rigsby Thomas and Mary Rybczynski Nicholas and Michelle Saba Zenas and Paula Sykes Gerard and Kathleen Vetter Joseph and Donna Zuraw
David and Barbara Aughenbaugh Michael and Kimberly Callis Barron ’88 Jerome and Linda Cabbagestalk Gregory and Michele Fridley Kevin and Cathy Gaynor Robert and Peggy Gessler Mark and Kathleen Harold Alan and Janet Horn Ligia Pappas Reginald D. Rigsby Patrick and Kathleen Dougherty Strauch ’74 William and Kelly Linnehan Tudja ’81 Joseph and Janet Urbanski Mark and Susan Woodman
CLASS of 2010 Michael and Maria Adamski John and Pamela Cooney Anthony and Alyce Dondero Gerald and Dorothy Kobus Dreisch ’79 Marie J. Kwiatkowski John and Elizabeth Nichols Irvin and Audrey Nore Reno and Sheryl Pratt John and Janice Sievers Patrick and Kathleen Dougherty Strauch ’74 Karen and Bill Wladkowski
CLASS of 1940
CLASS of 1933
Sr. Marita Aumiller, RGS Sr. Caroleen Baummer, SSND Florence Rebbert Best Louise Lehner Bianco Catherine Bittner Marie McNulty Brinsfield Betty Gessler Carpenter Bernice Lewrencz Clauss Madge Kinlein Harper Dorothy C. Holzworth Jeannette Peters Kehs Margaret Hagerty Miles Betty Marecki Nicholson Eva Norris Shipley Julia Hayes Stricker Phyllis Lang Valenziano Virginia Muller White
Virginia Goldman Brisebois Geraldine Klima Litty
CLASS of 1941
CURRENT PARENTS CLASS of 2011
Helen Manley Brown Regina McKeowne Hubbard Mary Agnes Holtman Hughes Betty Wintz Klare Margaret Kellinger Kohles Sr. Doris Kresslein, SSND Elizabeth O’Connor Lynch Sr. Joannene Grace Merendino, SSND Rosemary Molz Moyer Elizabeth Horvath Murphy Mary Dukehart Musser Margaret M. Nayden Katherine B. Schultz Mary Dempsey Thompson Mary Rosalie Hall Wood
ALUMNAE GIVING CLASS of 1930 Helen Dobry Lawler
CLASS of 1931 Anne Trenchard Fohner
CLASS of 1932 Jeanette Seufert Foley Sr. Agnes Miriam Hradsky, SSND Mildred Buzek Otenasek
CLASS of 1934 Tina Milio Charlotte Garratt Schenk
CLASS of 1935 Anita Coakley Fleming
CLASS of 1936 Mary Kelleher Albright Sr. M. Adele Luber, SSND Anna Kukucka Rebetsky Margaret Wallace Rossiter Sr. Frances Marie Usher, SSND
CLASS of 1937 Mary McGreevy Knighton Anna Glick Lombardo Sherry Dyer Smith
Matilda Amrhein Berndt Agnes Holtman Berz B. Adelaide Mueller Besche Betty Manley Brohawn Bernadette Schuman Davis Mildred Hlavin Hamilton Sr. Dorothy A. Hunt, SSND M. Charlette Schruefer Jeunette Alice Herrlich Kelly Katherine Quinn Klank Mary Mueller Kresslein M. Katherine Pepersack Betty Ann Hughes Prosser Eleanor McConnell Ramsey M. Bernadette Feeley Rouse Louise Harison Seidel Maryhelen Simmons Mary Dowling Thompson Peg Wintz
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CLASS of 1942
CLASS of 1945
Mary Lancelotta Bianco Gabriella Fabi Brotto Alice Friedel Brubaker Catherine Simmons Buski Winifred Lynch Coughlin Helen Prince Culpepper Regina Schutz Fitzgerald Sister Melmarie Gentry Rose Klug Giblin Frances Hunt Hamilton Adalee Ritz Hasson Eleanor Handley Horak Carolyn Buser Kenealy Audrey Dietrich Maggio Edna Hennegan Nowak Agnes Boesel O'Ferrall Rose Conti Richard Anita Brown Ross Sr. Marietta Russell, MHSH Teresa Stigler Slade Mary Sellmayer Tiedemann Christine Wells Vetters
Carolyn Schaefer Atmur Mary Hamberry Campbell Mary Rita Kratochvil Duvall Mary Alice Eisel Bettemae Vaeth Filbert Elizabeth Kerler Keydash Helen Horn Koehler Carolyn Gessler Kornick Sarah Linhard Lynch Margaret Delargy Meagher Dolores Mrockowski Mikulski Patricia Morris Pauline Housman Nolan Sr. Catharine Francis Reimer Dorothy Wintz Ritt Mary Baker Schnader Alfrina Giulioni Shaver-Brink Patricia Gibson Hobler Smith Josephine Trueschler
CLASS of 1943 Cathryn Gulbin Bearov Margaret M. Bittner Jane Fallon Cole Anna Phelps DeAmicis Alyce Schruefer Doll Sr. Kathleen Marie Engers, SSND Mary Gibson Goshell Virginia Elly Grant Margaret M. Doyle Hennessy Helen Burmeister Lambert Gloria Dunn Larkin Dorrence Burns Leech C. Patricia Stang Meyers Rita Rehak Roettger Annamae Keenan Russell Mary L. Schleupner Edwina Neville Schuppner Marie Wiedenbauer Tommey Margaret Wahl Valderas
CLASS of 1944 Bernadette Griffith Allen Mildred Mullan Brown F. Lucille Gallagher Dorsey Mary Margaret Kilchenstein Jager Jeanne Morris Jones Elizabeth Kreiner Kavanagh Mary Staab Kramer Sr. Ann Carnan Lohrfink, SSND Gerardine Kelly Malstrom Mary Adele Herzog Roberts Rosewin Tewey Sweeney Gladys Schlag Twigg Mary Jo Ayd Vitek Elizabeth Smith Zeller
Betty McEnroe Hofmann Bernardine Cunzeman Jester Elizabeth Kelly Kearney Kathryn Lurz Keating Mary Dell Acqua Kutcher Elizabeth May Donnelly LeLeux Teresa Bateman Linardi Patricia Molloy Maguire Margaret Marsiglia Mahon Anna Blackert Miller Mary Rafferty Mohr Lois McCourt Monaghan Jane Ayd Morales Lorraine Wiebking O'Connor Dolores Kirchner Reich Sr. M. Anita Saffran, SSND Patricia Knott Smyth Anne Presson Stewart Elizabeth Hartman Wall
CLASS of 1948 CLASS of 1946 Katherine Smith Ahlers Mary P. Arnold Mary Margaret Batzer Jane Kennedy Comber Patricia Lukanich Dembeck Mary T. Devanny Catherine Bosse Dimarco Mary Jane Prosser Gloth Marjorie Swinskie Harten Mary Rose Mannion Hoffman Margaret Boland Kaufman Elizabeth Horten Kogler Patricia Guidera Maas Grace Connelly MacNeil Anne Gillen Marshall Dorothy Basel McElroy Mary Lu Schroeder McNeal Margaret Peach Mumma Florus Walker Niehaus Mary Taylor Olert Regina Curran Rackson Catherine R. Sanders Doris Wahl Scheerer Mary Krusniewski Schuhart Elizabeth Lehner Smith Sr. Elizabeth Sokel, SSND Isabelle Holtman Trainor Elinor Fallon Usher Martha Lee Marsh West C. Shirley Yeakle Ruth May Zellhofer
CLASS of 1947 Rose Iannantuono Augustyniak Regina M. Balcerzak Stella DeAntoniis Bull Mary Louise Kirchner Cadogan Mary D'Adamo Cardegna Mary Edna Cunningham Conroy Mary Lyons Davis Mary Murray Garvey Sr. Doris Ann Gentry, SSND Jean Doyle Goedeke Mary Adele Griesacker
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Anne Aumiller Appel Jane Vavrina Bittner Joan Love Derbyshire Sr. Rosemary Dilli, SSND Sr. Jacquelyn Elly, SSND Ann Klein Enghauser Mary Jo Curran Harant Nancy Haviland Rose Marie Meadow-Croft Hellmann Jerry Rohrbaugh Hood Rose M. Wist Kozojet Eleanore Zeller Langford Marguerite McAtee Lating M. Shirley Hughes Lentz Jean Gibson Lucido Pat Fogarty Meskill Joan Caughy O'Connor Rosemary Kalus Quinn Margaret Sokel Richardson Gerry Rutkowski Patricia Ayd Schmuff Anna Hoesch Schweiger Margaret M. Sellmayer Sr. Patricia Shea, SSND Geraldine Tobak Betty Dontell Warren Mary Lee Vaeth Wist
CLASS of 1949 Mary Heil Bartlett Shirley Marousek Broring Gloria Cain Cerino Noreen Collins Mary Ellen Diehl Connolly Helen Codd Cugle Sr. Marguerite Guidera, SSND Frances Beran Heard Rose Nizolek Hickey Teresa M. Jankiewicz Sr. Regis Krusniewski, SSND Bernadette Kasal Lepkowski Cecilia Evans Murphy M. Eileen Trageser Olert Margaret Linz Robinson Patricia Rosendale Rogers
Margaret Meier Rolfes Dolores Votta Schmitt Eleanor Kreft Schoeffield Mary Modigh Szimanski Edna E. Tillette Concetta M. Vinci Mary Joan Ennis Vito Marie Palma Donatelli Wilson
CLASS of 1950 Dolores Ruth Arnold Regina Ayd Brockmeyer Mary Allulis Campbell Theresa Baginski Caro Dolores Countess Dolbow Mary Alice Weller Gugerty Constance Thompson Hooper Loretta Winkler Husemann Margaret Creaney Krukowski Nancy Buseman Leahy Patricia Garmer McComas Nancy Barnard Pedone Evelyn Dougherty Reinhardt Anne Rinaldi Lois Roeder Frances Smith Schleicher-Kane Helen Reymann Schroeter Blanche Hailey Shoul Levelle Gentry Smith Joan Williams Spicer Frances Stumbroski Sullivan Loretta M. Taymans Alice Knott Voelkel Joan Saffran Wallace
CLASS of 1951 Kathleen Boland Abbott Natalie Ziemski Boyd Mary Louise Broadbeck Jane J. Cassidy Mary Tayman Cavey Ida Dee Davison Betty Lacs Dickman Loretta Gaetano Donelson Rita Bockstie Downey Janet Hock Endres Bertha Eagan Fillmore Joan Getz Ford Carolyn Gueydan Houk Elaine Mills Hunt Marlene Vogel Little Yolanda DeAntoniis Mast Carolee Franklin McGrath Margaret Laux Murphy Sarah E. Murphy Frances Patricia Herbert Muth Mary Duvall Patti Mary Krieger Reynolds Margaret Knott Riehl Marguerite Zamrzla Schwiebert Dolores Rohlfing Silberschlag Bernadine Popera Stogoski Doris Peterson Stout Linda Molloy Tanton
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CLASS of 1952 Elizabeth Cashen Arthur Elissa Beere Metzger Gloria Tracy Bowling Natalie H. Bruno Dorothy Wyatt Burkhardt Carolyn Keefer Clay Dolores Heinz Crickenberger Sr. Elizabeth Mary Foster, SSND Catherine Mengele Greul Helen Ward Keenan Rose Shannon McCauley DeSales Stanek Miles Dolores Oppelt Petersen Dolly Malstrom Preis Margaret Mackin Ruth Margaret Backert Sanders Ruth Roeder Semon Sr. Maritia Smith, SSND Joan Boarman Stecher Margaret M. Sydnor Tess Linz Wood
CLASS of 1953 Nancy Yates Binder Dorothy P. Boan Maria Patti Burke Mary Jane Miller Buttrill Josephine McGrath Celmer Mary Coyle Dempsey Sondra Koch Fitzwilliam Claire Hannan Grauer Barbara Hamilton Patricia Morgan Hartley Katherine Rohe Herbert Dorothy Gibson Hines June Arnold Holland Joan Butler Huettner Dorothy Bittner Ingham Margaret Caldwell Jositis Constance Nickel Kelly Sr. Carolyn Krebs, OP Catherine Allulis Markowski Margaret Sebald Messina Michaeline Mackin O’Neill Joanne Banz Porter Marlene Lonczynski Readmond Mary Allenbaugh Rew Janet Small Ruckle Dolores Tippett Rosine Tumminello Mary Garner Vaccarino Margaret Fahey Walsh Lorraine Gill Wintz
CLASS of 1954 Geraldine Banachowska Carolyn Kirchner Black Dorothy Vaeth Blackwell Paula Norris Carroll Therese Smith Clark Joan Sigwart Cook Dorothy Smith Feaga Mary Portera Gerk Darla Roberta Lawder Julia Zacharski List Nancy Byrnes Martel
Barbara Norris Virginia Arthur O’Neill Nancy Fischer Owings Patricia Oliver Phillips Kathryn Kindley Pigott Suzanne Peregoy Reinhart Marion Davis Roesler Lois Dietz Russell Alexandra Klewicki Rymland Helen Lippert Sauter Jeanne Negley Sauthoff Mary Annette Streb Scagnetti M. Celeste Bauermann Schley Ann Allulis Trotter Barbara Correri Webster Myra Bartholow Wilson-Thorburn Adele Wilzack
Auditorium stage receives make-over The stage of IND’s auditorium, the foremost gathering place of the school community, recently received a significant make-over with the installation of new stage curtains and automated display screen. Liturgies, theatrical performances, school assemblies, class and parent meetings, and the Junior Ring Day ceremony are just a few of the many IND traditions and programs that the auditorium houses. The renovations, which have greatly improved the aesthetics and functionality of the auditorium, were made possible by the generous members of the Class of 1957 and a grant from the Harry L. Gladding Foundation. Come to IND’s next show to see the stage upgrades!
CLASS of 1955 Marcella Boeckmann Curtiss Patricia Heming Bathras Carolyn Strohecker Bitzel Carleen Dickhoff Cross Virginia Larsen DeVoto Carol Radwitch Doherty Josephine Schwarz Donnelly Carolyn Winterling Dore Angela Kidd Flynn Anne Fohner Frederick Mary McCartney Gary Jeanne Wist Gobel Margaret Cortezi Goodman Mary Ann Manning Hathaway Annette Duffy Heaps Kathleen Banz Hirsch Mary Jeanne Wills Hoff A. M. Palmisano Jones Sr. Mary Raymond Logue, SSND Patricia Lewns Lyons Angela Ardella Meek Carol Schroeder Molloy Mary L. Bartolomeo Oppelt Mary Freeze Pharr Patricia Gattus Rodgers Joanne George Schreiber Patricia Parr Schuhart Mary Frances Juskelis Sikora Anne Young Stiff
CLASS of 1956 Rosemary Stafford Baldwin Claire Gerlach Blake Patricia Annen Bomhoff Sheila McGlone Brune Patricia Larkin Czarski Geraldine Ruggiero Dahms Margaret Wynne Doyle Paulette Hergenroeder Finck Lynne Lauer Hardesty John and June Howard Rose Anne Donegan Kearns Catherine Nolan Keenan Rosalie Piscano Kniffin Claudia Stricker Krizek Anna Golebiewski Mauk Jayne Hepburn McGeehan Eleanor Norris McKenna
Shannon Graham ’10, Kenny Wallace (Patapsco School for the Arts), and Valerie Cook ’10 perform a scene from Little Women in front of the new stage curtains. Alvina Bruzdzinski Reed Marjorie Schwartz Schlossbach Anne Steinacker Ellen Landerkin Van Daniker Charlotte Kemp Vardy Carol LeykoWeigand
CLASS of 1957 Camille Stricker Appel Marilyn Madigan Arbegast Mary Teresa McCoy Asplen Mary Kennedy Behning Rosalie Brooks Grace Kantros Busan Patricia Jaworsky Cain Gloria Kelmer Carfine Regina Smith Clas Carol Stricker Cermak Phyllis Dumser Deinlein Sr. Rita Dorn, SSND Mary Lou Harkum Farley Carole Szech Franz Catherine Fritz Patricia Kunert Frizzera Frances Snesko Fuller Sr. Patricia Glinka, SSND Virginia Lynch Graf Mary Melocik Hambleton Bernadette O’Neill Janyska Jo Ann Bradley Kidwell
Nancy Kilbourne Kozlowski Margaret Stafford Krach Edith Nee Krebs Mary Ann Finnegan Langis Bernice Boeckman Lehr Mary Margaret Tucker Luber Mary Anne Welsh Lund Geraldine Dashiells Mc Quaid-Connelly Phyllis Herold McCormack Carolyn Steiner Minker Mary Ellen Behr Norris Elaine Zome Patzwall Joan Tumminello Pyle Sara Marie Armetta Quinn Nancy Reddy Sanders Sr. Judith Schaum, SSND Miriam B. Scheck Mary Schenning Joan Hamilton Schmidt Kate Young Sinclair M. Noreen Hume Stromer Dorothy Knopp Topp Nancy Oliver Vecera Elizabeth Rohde Wagner Celeste Caton Walsh Joan Schap Weigman Sue Baer Whelan
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Carol A. Wenzel Mary Sallese Whittaker
CLASS of 1961
Peer Ministers hand out candy to neighbors at Saints James and John School Thursday, October 30.
Marilyn Mikos Cenedella Frances Potthast Duley Josephine Anselmi France Stephanie Peterson Franzoni Paula Melocik George Carol Hartke Joanne Niedzwiecki Hiebler Mary Polk Horner Suzanne Moeller Jefferson Agatha Palmisano LaPaglia Elizabeth Foster Marquardt Kathleen Evans Miller Joann Markiewicz Ozolins Janet Mackowski Rittenhouse Anita Batzer Scheiwe Rosemary McElroy St. Clair Sheila Fahey Von Kerczek Joyce Ardis Wesolowski Regina Zacharski Wilhelm Kathleen Lawler Wright
CLASS of 1962 CLASS of 1958 Viva Slizys Bacanskas Dorothy Sexton Blomquist Helen Tydings Sinnott Catherine Dignan Chrismer Ellen Norton Cullen Janet O’Connor Date Mary Dickhoff DeAngelis Mary Jo Hipp Mary Jo Gawel Judge Karen R. Kadar Maureen Murphy Keck Rose Winterling Lewandowski Nancy Hepburn O’Malley Mary Steele Peightal Jane Frances Smith Piper Carol Rosensteel Roemer Charlotte Schenk Rothenhoefer Ann Seeley Beverly Meisel Tracey Linda Winter Wanner Elizabeth Groome Williams Carol Tassi Wilson Joan Getz Young Carole Melvin Ziegler
CLASS of 1959 Marie Rohner Barrett Mary Zacharski Brandt Evelyn Freeze Carlineo Carolyn Russell Casper Mary Jo Nugent Closs Kathleen Evans DiRocco M. Kathleen Kopera Eagers Janet Mary Evans Donna Fritz Irene Stag Gotta Geraldine K. Harcarik Carolyn Waskiewicz Harriger Joanne Hergenrother
Nancy Lyston Keenan Patricia Mullan Marchant Patricia Hohenstein Miller Mary Shryock Rubin Irene Dominick Sager Patricia Stevens Schanberger Mary Inglehart Schwind Sr. Mary Leonie Sheehan, SSND Catherine A. Short Barbara May Taylor Carole Anne Mattox Wild
CLASS of 1960 Mary Ellen Abel Beyer Eileen Mulligan Burns Nancy Campbell Cantville Anna Schiaffino Donnelly Sara McGlone Donohue Mildred Seipell Finck Anne Backof Freeman Mary Alice Furman Catherine Guttenberger Gabriel Marie Windfelder Goldsmith Catherine Theiss Harney Margaret Frankenberger Hartman Mary Ruby Henneman Marjorie Kidd Keating Mary Jane Langner Virginia Lipscomb Claire B. Maurer M. Janice Hayes Mueller Geraldine Belzner Nardella Janet Leineweber O’Hara Rosella Croney Plank Kathaleen Jones Quinn Barbara Ann Ray Barbara Woods Rusinko Mary E. Cavey Schwing Cyrile Szech Sincock Mary Eleanor Gerwig Talbert
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Anna Oleksiuk Anderson Christien Smith Amrhein Judy Freimuth Baldwin Geraldine Berkovitz-Martin Rita Sloan Berndt Patricia Schirmer Brown Margaret M. Burke Penelope Young Cariffe Elizabeth DiAngelo Collevecchio Patricia King Creel Rosalie Haspert Curran Pamela Wheeler DeJoy Charlotte Marx Edmonston Cecilia Drager Germida Winifred Birrane Gochar Kathleen McElroy Gramiccioni Barbara Iglehart M. Sharon Mann Imwold Ellen Stahl Karp Barbara Federline Keefer Betty Thim Keiser Kathleen Kenney Katherine McAvoy Koch Virginia Warwick Lacey Mary Jo Novak Lambdin Mary Jane Kucinski Le Vasseur Kathleen Kunert Lord Charlene Bell Lorenz Brenda Foertschbeck McConnell Mary Emma Schmitz Middleton Nancy White Miller Elizabeth Hochrein Mishev Sr. Patricia Murphy, SSND C. June Herpel Nemec Mary Pat Powers Nicholson Catherine Migliorini O’Malley Jeanette Goldberg Parmigiani Linda Harper Pollock Claire Windfelder Ramirez Sheila Garrett Reams Katherine Turner Richardson
Lois Rachuba Ross Charlotte J. Russo Patricia Sahlin Constance Lozosky Shemansky Lynn Shuppel Kathleen Kelly Simpson Kathleen Snyder Snider Carolyn Malinowski Sterner Sandra Barlag Stocksdale Dolores M. Rebetsky Welsh Sandra Foertsch Williams Margaret Ryan Woods F. Carolyn Resau Young-Marks
CLASS of 1963 Anne Yakel Alban Elizabeth Knozek Aliberti Virginia Daley Anton Lucille Boland Annette Leahy Brennan Patricia Natur Caporossi Betty Combs Carver Michele Kelly Colburn Marian Murphy Colimore Marie Therese Fahey Laurie Davies Frick Mary Dianne Dailing Hall Joanne Sanders Kovacs Kathleen Franz Malinowski Carol Hamilton Miglioretti Margaret A. Moore Jane Rohner Morgan Suzanne Dyson Nicklas Sr. Mary Catherine Smith Margaret Cipriotti Stamm Patricia Goodlavage Wills
CLASS of 1964 Leah Winterling Bark Kay Shortall Beasley Maureen McCaig Bory Carol Winter Bowling Marilyn Krebs Carr Mary Haer Chiles Margaret Wright Chrismer Katherine McGlone Cogdell Georgia Blevins Coleman Sr. Eileen Eppig, SSND Eileen Maggio Frazier Mary Anne Gorman Christy Izdedski Cynthia Jeness Maria Kristine Kirk Eileen Rosendale Lewis Carol Kubelius Libonati Connie Adler Matricardi Gerry Batzer McSpaden Mary Ann Baylis Newhouse Pat Plunkert Margaret A. Reitz Eva Jefferson Rice Concetta Faggio Ruzicka Roberta Evans Sabin Virginia Georgulas Savell Mary Margaret Stigler-Semega Donna Lehneis Stofberg Suzanne Metz Sunderland
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CLASS of 1964 (cont.) Sue Giblin Welsh Jeanne Verleger Wenger Joan Karcz Zelenka
CLASS of 1965 Patricia Doyle Balassone Joan Zins Bender Stephanie Boerner Dieter Elizabeth Cronin Dippenworth Mary Lou Ricciuti Eagan Ann Holmes Elsroad Daisy Selhorst Greaves Susan Mary Velton Hands Julia Struzinski Hatton Louise Butterfield Hopkins Maria Ankewitz Jacob Anne Huppmann Kidwell Bernadette Kristaponis Myers Mary DeBoy Lawson Colleen Larkin LoPresto Susan Koenig Luckan Carol Malone Stephanie Buckley McClernan Linda Hellbach Nicholson Judith Kilroy Noppenberger Suzanne Schultz Preis Verna Reamy Pamela Mannion Roser Jeanne Noppenberger Ryan Victoria Slifker Schmidt Michele Senkus Schultz Patricia Gorman Sheridan Mary Lou Plunkert Spiese Kathleen Pleines Thompson Barbara Herman Triplett Mercita Sue Zeiler Wills
CLASS of 1966 Bernadette Payne Aley Daleann Wessel Al-Hamad Maureen Hopkins Ames Denise Wetchy Andreone Elaine Jankunas Bean Helen Lambert Bianca Patricia Martin Brand Kathleen Glab Brooks Suzanne Ackerman Carney Rosemary Classon Patricia Anne Miceli Cromer Dorothy Fohner Day Mimi Haw Dietrich Janet Gaffney Dunstan Benita M. Furman Ann Stahl Gage Nancy Levy Giorno Barbara Bruni Gregg Christina Kennard Harris Patricia Wagner Hemler Jane Macaluso Ichniowski Jeanne Ledden Sharon Rosenberger Matcuk Mary Reitz Merriken Deborah Sears Meushaw Lois Siemek Miller Margaret Trentler Ritzel M. Barbara Thompson Schmidt
Connie Green Skewers Nancy Holtman Smedley Diane Juknelis Tichnell Catherine Harden Tinder Susan B. Watson Olivia Goins Wist Elaine Costantini Woodruff
Patricia Hobler Suit Catherine Tomek Swiger Katherine Bluso Thanner Helen Parks Todd Deborah A. Veystrk Rose Hamilton Williams
CLASS of 1969 CLASS of 1967
Charlene DePasquale Margretta Diemer Cherie Beauchemin Hiner Vicki Mattucci Kircher Theresa Diem Lipple Marilyn Mattes Patricia Lacey Mikus Rose Mattio Noe Bernetta Zuchowski Palasik Marcie Hasson Schwartzman Anne Tomek Simmons Cathy Shuler Snellinger Patricia Milkowski Spinazzola Mary Hulshoff Stitz Karen Swink Trenchard Cynthia Kowalczyk Turnes Elizabeth Owen Wagner Jane Svehla Weidaw
Jane Hartley Amtmann Katherine Griffith Anello Frances Appler Lucille B. Beck Mary Pat Curley Bianchi Margaret Perticone Brennan Kathleen M. Doyle Brumberger Mary Anne Gerard Byan Linda Ray Connor Margaret Asendorf D’Adamo Kitty Deimel Susan Brennan Dregier Patricia Citrano Faherty Emily Fleming Maria Valderas Gagnier Claire Gerber Debbie Grant Godfrey Mary Ellen Miller Harvey Margaret McQuay Hauf Linda Grabowski House Janice Brown Hyatt Carolyn Rubeling Josey Sharon Kalbarczyk Eileen Amtmann Kropkowski M. Suzanne Lathroum Helena Light-Hadley Elizabeth Stock Makowske Cecelia Wright Miller Susan Kronau Opdyke Mary Ellen McHale Pate Jane Baer Reynolds Phyllis Setherley-Lewis Millicent Kadyszewski Solomon Janet Hartnett Zahrobsky
Mary Ellen Dreisch Anderson Denise Aversa Deborah Batchelor Vanessa Lascola Bolton Katherine Flynn Connelly Catherine Hurman Devilbiss Jamie Alley Dewberry Florence Ellis Doherty Jane Elizabeth Doyle Patricia Lurz Durner Joan Hulshoff Fitzpatrick Rita M. Fromm Madeline DeLuca Hart Carol Kimmel Heflin Judith Hofmann Virginia Aberle Jenkins Betty Kern Mary Jane Mallon Knight Ann Vollmer Levy-Oropeza Verna Levy MacDonald Irene Werth Mann Barbara Merchant Marx Pamela Wallace McComas-Ecker Pamela Simon O’Brien Beverly A. Palmer Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera Lauren Rossi Melanie Wisniewski Semko Donna Kearney Sochurek Deborah Moeser Sylvester Regina Galczynski Timmons Denise Conrad Wilson Margaret A. Wilson Kathryn Baker Windesheim Monica Eisenzopf Young
CLASS of 1968
CLASS of 1970
CLASS of 1973
Patricia Alderton Kathleen Byerts Arconti Maron McCulley Atkins Nancy A. Brulinski Jane Cardegna Bury Kathy Campbell Burdekin Kathleen Russell DeVilbiss Alice Brach Di Laura Patty Doyle Barbara Huhn Jacauelin Koritzer Keleman Pamela Kirk Nora McDonough Koontz Mary O’Hara Laird Colleen Kelly Lewis Carol Gorub Lindsay Mary Agnes English Mazur Kathleen Fisher Notari Kate Leonard O’Neill Barbara Lipsey Patterson Peggy Hurley Radziminski Celeste Mach Schmitz
Mary Regina Craig Stephanie McQuade Fetsch Diana Ference Franz Patricia Jones Goetz Barbara Jankowski Hannon Elizabeth Krauss Hershner Phyllis Augustyniak Karko Mary Carol Baummer Lidinsky Katherine Gallagher Lower Jane McHale MacDonald Deborah A. Mason Regina Marshall Miller Janice Horak Mohorovic Jane Nitsch Patricia Bartynski Prichard Terry Satterfield Leona Schultz
Josephine Grasser Chapolini Mary Pitt Duerr M. Carmen Velez Grieves Kathleen Kremer Patricia Nolan Hale Joan Hood Jones Cass Kinnear Terry Schultz Knutsen Mary Sanders Minnick Amy Glorioso Rynes Mary M. Silberzahn Denise Kozlowski Von Rinteln
CLASS of 1971 Anne Hohenstein Blumberg Donna Prucha Costa Mary Pat Mottl Cumberland
CLASS of 1972 Suzanne Barry Gail Rickter Bennett Maureen O’Neill Ciesielski Dianne Clark Anne Winter Creek Patricia Gannon Fallon Josie Trionfo Galczynski Maryrose Kober Gans Michelle Gentile Joan Gillece Ann Hanley Givens Cheryl Chenowith Hann Peggy Ann Kinnear Iacarino Nancy S. Sullivan Jones Barbara Jones Kasecamp Maureen Lynch LeVine Margaret Muth Christine Bowers Neas Irene Korz Palamar Andrea Furletti Parisi Janice Kahn Schuck Sharon Merling Stewart Jeannine Weber Williams
CLASS of 1974 Teresa Farley Barnes Lou Ann Wallace Cook Daria Meagher Filippelli Kathryn Holzhauser Mary Feimer Ichniowski Peggy Munley Keesey Alexandra Kleinschmidt Katherine Parks-Bruns
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CLASS of 1974 (cont.) Sue Petti Joan R. Queen Jeanne Delabio Stephens Kathleen Dougherty Strauch Patty Maas Strott Denise Zubalik Urban
Wendy Hucht Lanahan Kathleen Sanders Mohan Carol Zungailia Pearson Jane Skarda Pyrak Nancy Walker Smith Camilla Smoot
CLASS of 1979 CLASS of 1975 Jeanne Frederick Backof Donna Kominski Bell Nancy Birch Cawley Adele Baker Considine Therese Dolbow Lori Edwards Lynne Freund Sandy Tirocchi Furst Pauline Smutniak Hanich Kathleen Lavin Harvey Celestine Church Kellam Karen Murawski Maley Mary Zungailia Martin Marianne Scollan Connie Connelly Smith Janice Hand Stangroom
Moira O’Neill Atkinson Susan Johnson Bancroft Maria Hadzaman Berkheimer Jodie Amrhein Dickey Rosemary L. Belli Donovan Dorothy Kobus Dreisch Laura Smith Ensey Michele North Exter Teresa Burke Ford Robin Hoesch Sharon Tiburzi Jockle Pamela Mabry Kolb Laurie Campbell Neubauer Jeanne McDonough Oswald Claire M. Smith Roxanne Daddino Wloczewski Joan M. Worthington
CLASS of 1976
CLASS of 1980
Mary E. Bollinger Maribel Esteban Budosh Hilarie Binko DeGroot Maureen Cashen Dolan Nancy Burke Filsinger Carol Raimondi Foster Anita Darrah Hagin Kathleen Richardson Kerrigan Shirley Kick Kathleen Lembach Overfield Mary Hickman Peroutka Michele Libercci Sheckells Bonnie Hock Wohlfort
Deirdre Williams Bond Colleen Glorioso Hamilton Concetta Glorioso Hamilton Mary Patricia Zungailia Hayden Mary Sapeta Helfrich Michele Huettner Kammer Sr. Patricia McCarron, SSND Patricia Lutts Monagle Michele Ryan Oates Sharon Riggle Ort Caroline Pacunas-Flick Angela Conway Shinn Maryjo Notarange Sullivan Mary Love Thomas Kimberly Turso-Baum Donna M. Wiedorfer Mary M. Zajac
CLASS of 1977 Nancy Gillece M. Teresa Kress Greenhalgh Lorri Lechlinski Hokemeyer Lisa Naish Johnson Sharon Weiss Lukowski Mary Alice Back Miller Germaine H. Shinnick Patricia Watson Simmons Carmen Velez Cindy Gowallis Weese Roberta F. Wilson Joan Sadtler Wolfe
CLASS of 1978 Mary Beth Fitzgerald Bollinger Patricia Baummer Cammarata Monica A. Crusse Paula J. Darrah Lynn Kisnick Doerfler Felicia Hogarth Fink Denise Marie Brocato Hawthorne Kim Libercci Kohl
CLASS of 1981 Diana Reyes Baughman Erin Murphy Bindel Sandra Castagna Young Lee Chase Theresa V. Czarski Cynthia Moore Deinlein Renee Demski Maribeth Diemer Jacqueline R. Duobinis Rosemary Thompson Frank Carolyn Callahan Jaffa Mary Theresa Lurz Petrides Clare Gintling Rybczynski Jackie Miller Scott Kelly Linnehan Tudja Janice Daue Walker Bridget M. Ward Katherine Urbanski Westfall
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Alyssa Dondero ’10, Anastasia Georgoulis ’10, and Erica Cumberland ’10 experienced the cherished IND Ring Day ceremony on Friday, November 7. CLASS of 1982 Daria Tymiuk Bollinger Mary Lee Burke Camille Dobson Susan Sobul Hennessey Cecelia Breschi Isales Ann Rolfes Matthews Virginia A. McLaughlin Barbara Grzymala McNew Bernadette Moskunas Susan Kotecki Rockstroh Catherine Topper Shalaby Angela Shinnick Tracy Mary Dobry Yoncha
CLASS of 1983 Leah Benzing Jennifer McDonough Cummins Erin Miskimon Davis Ann Morreale Grabowski Cynthia Bull Jackman Mary Catherine Schmitz Malstrom Patricia Warnock-Safford Donna Campbell Wrzesien Lisa Giorgilli Zurek
CLASS of 1984 Lisa Stover Barnett Cynthia Kaczmarek Cohen Christina Spiegel Cramer Julie Hofferbert Joan Wojtysiak Martin Patricia Blama Mifsud Ann Franz Murphy
Tina Watchinsky Price Adele Diaz Seebold Constance McDonough Staab Marybernetta Hallinger Thomas Elaine Sadofsky Thompson Lisa Koenig Uddeme Anne Beyer Waite Angela Miceli Waple
CLASS of 1985 Mary Zungailia Bowden Stacy Greensfelder DeCarlo Sheila Conway Hayes Karen Fugate Rhoads Lisa Lechlinski Schafer Joyce Crowley Voigt
CLASS of 1986 Angela Friedel-Arsenovic Melissa Van Daniker Harris Anna Marie Shinnick Komisarek
CLASS of 1987 Beth Doleschal Crutchfield Jacqueline Davis Eileen Bailey Hall Kimberly Dymowski Hicks Lori Stamm Krausz Laura Fisher Neuberger Beth T. McHale O'Connell Jennifer Ullrich-Mayfield
ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ ALUMNAE GIVING, FRIENDS
CLASS of 1988
CLASS of 1997
Kimberly Callis Barron Marta Blotny-Kornak Darlene Guinto Bonnett Michelle Brown Glennon Regina Haines Lisa Miller Inglisa Barbara A. Karczeski Beth Piaskowski Poggioli Mary Davis Riesett
Sarah Cicero DeCerbo Denise Wysocki
CLASS of 1989 M. Karen Frazier Dana Yeagley Marquette Meredith Pazdersky Reaser Angela R. Strauch
CLASS of 1998 Christina Blair Becky Grabenstein Chamberlain Melissa L. Einhorn Megan Howe Megan Mayforth Kara Moran Elizabeth Hayden Mucha Jennifer Durner Claire Thompson Stokes Sheri Underkoffler
CLASS of 1999 CLASS of 1990 Lisa Byrd Rita Sigler Gue Anne Melody Sharon Behnken Rees
Jennifer DiBlasio Brooke Hines Nasrene Mirjafary Angela Karasinski Scarfield Pamela Stefanski Erin Dolan Stine
CLASS of 1991 Anastasia Roros Cardiges Erin Lawless Good Michelle Strotman Kristin Triplett
CLASS of 1992 Stephanie Walters Baynes Lisa Faherty Martha E. McKenna Amanda Schroeder Neff Meredith Kozlakowski Simmons Jennifer Curreri Uttenreither
CLASS of 2000 Ariel Cameron Cara Cartwright Jennifer Dugent Katie Rostkowski Harrington Elizabeth Krug Genevieve Parr
CLASS of 2001 Katrina Carrion Erin Phelan Kristen Pokrywka
CLASS of 1993
CLASS of 2002
Richelle Black Arnold Amy Hoey Conly Debra Ballwanz Henry JoAnna Pilachowski Mulgrew Amy Klink Mullen Shannon Czernikowski Patino Kristen Lewandowski Schoch Michelle Christ-Simmons Christina Neubauer Tringali Christa Engleman Zalewski
Ashley L. Bell Tara Bent Kalyn B. Harris Stacey Mays Colleen L. Smith
CLASS of 2003 Maria Atsalis
CLASS of 2004
Jessica Bowden Kristin Hood Dianne L. Weeks
CLASS of 1995
CLASS of 2005
Julie Conway Bandelin Sarah Treadwell Drumm Christina DiLiello Straub
Amanda Michael Emily Tognocchib
CLASS of 1994
CLASS of 2006 CLASS of 1996 Meghan E. Bishop Jennifer Verch
Stephanie Bach Breanna Kraft Sarah Vittek
TOP FIVE CLASSES Class Class Class Class Class
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1957 1973 1969 1976 1962
$22,040 $11,385 $10,131 $ 9,255 $ 7,020
FRIENDS Charles and Amanda Adams Brenda Anderson Betty Bell Thomas F. Bents Marie Therese Berry Jean E. Bienemann Bridget Binko Shirl Brawner Melinda and Charles Brenton Sharon Brodie Barbara L. Bryant Allison L. Busky Karana Choi Wendy K. Cohan Jeffrey Conway Deena A. Densmoor Kari DiLuzio Gloria S. Domingo James and Christine Dougherty Sally M. Edwards Patricia Fisher Barbara Jean Gentile Richard and Mary Grier Pamela A. Hirsch Thomas J. Huber Patty A. Hudson Stephen and Elizabeth Hunter Michael P. Kenney Sr. Victoria Kessler, SSND Agnes Kramer Edward Kusterer Sharon L. Landers Kathleen Lekin Rosemary Limmen Penny A. Matthews Gail F. Matzen John and Peggy Maynes Kenneth A. McKusick Carrie L. Metz George G. Miller Charles and Catherine Miserendino John C. Monaghan Sr. Christine Mulcahy, SSND Dawn G. Musgrave Joy M. Naden Carroll L. Neill Herbert Newsome David M. Plummer Poetry Book Sale Mary E. Porter Stephen Potorti Mary S. Reier Fran Restrivera Mathew and Natasza Roughton Cornelius A. Scheve Robert and Shirley Seeley J. Frederick and Lynn Seidel
Joseph L. Sellmayer M. Elizabeth Semmelmayer Tami Smith Louise B. Smither Albert and Myrna Sotto Michael E. Sullivan James W. Thompson Belinda K. Wancowicz Betty B. Weber Gary and Eleanor Woodard Jack Wurfl Robert and Susan Zawodny Charlie Zeiler
FACULTY & STAFF Anders Alicea James Antal Stacey Bilenki Karla Bounds P’99, P’03 William Brown Carolyn L. Buck Sandra Budd Linda Carey Kathleen Casey Sr. Jane Cayer, SSND Lauren Cunningham ’01 Barbara A. Doline Laura Smith Ensey ’79, P’07 Lisa M. Fink Ingrid Floyd Diana Ference Franz ’70, P’96 Fred Germano Peggy Gessler P’09, P’11 Jennifer Grooms Katie Rostkowski Harrington ’00 Mary Sapeta Helfrich ’80 Hope Hemphill Robert Hiles Christina Jay ’99 Libby Geraghty Keady Denise Kielek P’08 Nancy Miller Sarah E. Murphy ’51 Diane Newcomer Shannon Pinder Joseph R. Polek Sam Rhee Anne Rich von Nordeck Mabel S. Rodriguez Sandra L. Ruffini Barbara A.S. Ruland Joan Ruzicka Allison Sabatini Jennifer Sauer Ann Seeley ’58 Cyrile Szech Sincock ’60 Ethel Sutherland Lee Smith Julia Valvo Ellen Landerkin Van Daniker ’56 Anne Rich Von Nordeck Sr. Marguerite Weiler, SSND Charisse Wernecke Janice Wheelbarger Vanessa Williams Robert A. Young
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ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ FACULTY & STAFF, MATCHING GIFTS, CORPORATIONS, AUCTION
MATCHING GIFTS AEGON Transamerica Foundation Bank of America Foundation Becton Dickinson and Company Constellation Energy Group Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown Minerals Technologies Old Mutual Business Services SunTrust Mid-Atlantic Foundation T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation W. R. Grace Foundation
CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS & GROUPS
Historic Parlors renovated and redesigned IND's historic parlors have been restored and enhanced thanks to gifts from an anonymous benefactor and the IND Alumnae Association and gracious in-kind consultation from Chambers, Inc. Robert Hickman and Richard Snellinger, husband of Cathy Shuler Snellinger ’71 and father of Katie Snellinger ’97, of Chambers provided the blueprint and expertise that guided the renovations, including refinishing of the hardwood flooring, plaster repairs, new paint, improved lighting, new furnishings, and refurbishment of existing furniture. The parlors have long been a cherished reception area. Sister Marie Charles Grauer, SSND ’39 recollects, “When I entered the convent here at IND in 1943, there were approximately 80 Sisters who lived and worked here. We greeted and entertained our guests and new visitors in the parlors.” IND and the School Sisters of Notre Dame express their heartfelt gratitude to the anonymous donor, the Alumnae Association, and Robert Hickman and Rick Snellinger of Chambers for making the enhancement of this hallowed space possible.
The Abell Foundation Academy of the Holy Angels AEGON Transamerica Foundation Ashland Park Mews Condo Association Associated Italian American Charities of Maryland Bank of America Foundation Becton Dickinson and Company Combined Charity Campaign Constellation Energy Group Erickson Retirement Communities IND Alumnae Association IND Mothers Club Irish Charities of Maryland Kids-R-VIPs Foundation MDReal & Wave Realty Old Mutual Business Services Samuel Ready Scholarship Sister Hildie’s Helpers School Sisters of Notre Dame St. Casimir Church Strawberry Fields T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation The Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation The Rosenthal-Statter Foundation United Way of Central Maryland W. R. Grace Foundation Zurich North America Surety and Financial Enterprises
At IND’s Corporate Open House, Chambers representatives Robert Hickman (rear, center) and Rick Snellinger join President Charisse Wernecke and Sister Hildie in the newly renovated parlors.
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Abacus Corporation Fairmount Federal Saving Bank First Mariner Bank Flynn & O’Hara Uniforms, Inc. HILB, Rogal & Hobbs IND Alumnae Association Johns Hopkins Health System The M&T Bank Charitable Foundation Mark and Carol Gould P’09 Maryland Capital Management, LLC Medifast Inc. Monumental Life Insurance Company
AUCTION CONTRIBUTORS 100 West Hair Studio Advance Business Systems AKA Studio American Visionary Art Museum Angelina’s Annapolis Symphony Orchestra Babe Ruth Museum Ballet Theatre of Maryland Baltimore Coffee and Tea Baltimore Opera Company/ The Lyric Opera House Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens Barbara Frederick Taylor ’78 Basignani Winery Bowman’s Restaurant & Pub Buttner Family Carlyn Smith Creations Center Stage Charisse and Dan Wernecke Charles Theatre Ceriello Fine Foods Clifton Gunderson, LLP Cloverhill Yarn Clyde’s of Columbia C.S. Pierce Jewelry Dan and Erin Murphy Bindell, ’81 P’07, P’09 D.C. United Davey Tree Expert Company DejaVu Hair Design Dellarose’s Delmarva Shorebirds Baseball Team Elk Run Vineyard Evergreen Museum and Homewood Museum F.W. Publication Fine Art Photography by Sam Pathi Fiore Winery Fire Museum of Maryland Folger Shakespeare Library Gamberdella Bridal Salon Goetze Candy Company, Inc. Gould Family Granite Bar & Grille Greg Otto Hobbit’s Liquors Holiday Inn Select Baltimore North Holt’s Cigar Company Howl at the Moon IND Language Department IND Science Faculty and Nurse Ingrid Floyd Innisbrook Wraps and Freda Jaspar J. Jenkins Sons Co. Jane Elizabeth Doyle ’69 Joan Ruzicka Joe Furst, the Loft Lounge Johnny Dee’s Lounge Kathy Sanders Mohan ’78, P’08 Kimberly Fine Portraiture L’Academie de Cuisine
A N N U A L F U N D D O N O R S ✦ THE SISTER HILDA MARIE SUTHERLAND SCHOLARSHIP DONORS
Lacontessa Ladew Topiary Gardens Leah Benzing ’83 Let’s Dish LifeBridge Health and Fitness Linwoods/Due Restaurant Lisa Faherty ’92 Lorenzo’s Timonium Dinner Theatre Luray Caverns Lynne Bricks Women’s Health and Fitness Lynn’s Day Spa M Salon of Federal Hill Magooby’s Joke House at Manhattan Grill Mano Schwartz Marie Prosser Marrakesh Restaurant Maryland Historical Society Mayor of Baltimore Meadow Mill Athletic Club Miss Shirley’s Café Orchard Landing Inn Patrick and Nancy Hepburn O’Malley ’58 Paul and Kathleen Casey Peppermill Pernod Ricard USA Perry Hall Insurance Brokers, Inc. Perzynski and Filar Florist Red Fox Inn Red Maple ReNew Organic Day Spa River Riders Inc. Robert McClintock Studio and Gallery Robert and Peggy Gessler Rutland Beard Florist Sarah E. Murphy ’51 Sam Pathi Fine Art Photography Sotto Sopra Sr. Marie Charles Grauer, SSND ’39 Tara Schoenauer The Baltimore Streetcar Museum, Inc. The Candlelight Inn The Walter’s Art Museum Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia USS Constellation Vaccaro’s Italian Pastry Shop, Inc. Watermark Wilhides Unique Flowers and Gifts Wintergreen Resort WJZ-TV 13 Wockenfuss Candy Co., Inc. Woodhall Vineyards and Wine Cellars Yvonne Kwong Orthodontic Care
Sister Hilda Marie Sutherland, SSND SCHOLARSHIP
SCHOLARSHIP DONORS Gifts made from the inception of the scholarship through October 5, 2008 AEGON Transamerica Foundation Anders Alicea Mary Ellen Dreisch Anderson ’69 Jim Antal Ralph and Christine Arnold P’03 Richelle Black Arnold ’93 Ashland Park Mews Condo Association Moira O’Neill Atkinson ’79 Maria Atsalis ’03 David and Barbara Aughenbaugh P’11 Stephanie Bach ’06 Patricia Doyle Balassone ’65 Bank of America Foundation Leah Winterling Bark ’64 Teresa Farley Barnes ’74 Michael T. Barron P’11 Deborah Batchelor ’69 Allan Bateson and Christy DeVader P’09 Sr. Caroleen Baummer, SSND ’40 Becton Dickinson and Company Thomas F. Bents Leah Benzing ’83 Rita Sloan Berndt ’62 B. Adelaide Mueller Besche ’41 Stacey Bilenki Erin Murphy Bindel ’81, P’09 Marta Blotny-Kornak ’88 Mary E. Bollinger, D.O. ’76 Darlene Guinto Bonnett ’88 Karla Bounds P’99, P’03 Catherine Boyle Anne Breitenother P’97, P’00 J. Robert Brown Barbara Bryant Carolyn and Tom Buck Sandra Budd Maria Patti Burke ’53 Mary Lee Burke ’82 Jane Cardegna Bury ’68 Lisa Byrd ’90 Jerome and Linda Cabbagestalk P’11 Linda Carey Kathleen and Paul Casey Sr. Jane Cayer, SSND Becky Grabenstein Chamberlain ’98 Karana Choi Maureen O'Neill Ciesielski ’72 Anna Lee Close Cynthia Kaczmarek Cohen ’84 Adele Baker Considine ’75
Carolyn L. Converso P’05 Lou Ann Wallace Cook ’74 Donna Prucha Costa ’71 Mary Regina Craig ’70 Phyllis Crockett Beth Doleschal Crutchfield ’87 Lauren Cunningham ’01 John and Larvinda Currens P’12 Paula J. Darrah ’78 Sarah Cicero DeCerbo ’97 Charlene DePasquale ’71 Jennifer DiBlasio ’99 Jodie Amrhein Dickey ’79 Kari DiLuzio Virginia Dobry Barbara A. Doline Rosemary L. Belli Donovan ’79 Dorothy Kobus Dreisch ’79, P’10 Ellen Drennan Sarah Treadwell Drumm ’95 Jennifer Dugent ’00 Carol A. Dunn Patricia Lurz Durner ’69 Sr. Jacquelyn Elly, SSND ’48 Ahmad and Mary Embrahimpour P’09 Laura Smith Ensey ’79, P’07 Stephen and Patrice Ervin P’09 Lisa Faherty ’92 Patricia Citrano Faherty ’67 Patricia Gannon Fallon ’72 Bruce and Tamara Faulstich P’12 Nancy Burke Filsinger ’76 Lisa M. Fink Michael T. Flannery Ingrid Floyd Teresa Burke Ford ’79 Rosemary Thompson Frank ’81, P’06, P’08 Diana Ference Franz ’70, P’96 Angela Friedel-Arsenovic ’86 Suzanne and Paul Friedlander P’12 Mary Alice Furman ’60 Josie Trionfo Galczynski ’72 Maryrose Kober Gans ’72 Barbara Jean Gentile Michelle Gentile ’72 Fred Germano Robert and Peggy Gessler P’09, P’11 Nancy Levy Giorno ’66 Ann Hanley Givens ’72 Michelle Brown Glennon ’88 Mark and Kathleen Glinowiecki P’07 David and Margaret Gobel P’07 Patricia Jones Goetz ’70 Mark and Carol Gould P’09 Kimberly Gray M. Teresa Kress Greenhalgh ’77
Richard and Mary Grier Jennifer Grooms Colleen Glorioso Hamilton ’80 Cheryl Chenowith Hann ’72 Carol and John Hannan Barbara Jankowski Hannon ’70, P’95 Katie Rostkowski Harrington ’00 Hope Hemphill Mary Hempfling Robert Hiles Julie Hofferbert ’84 Lorri Lechlinski Hokemeyer ’77 Kristin Hood ’04 John and June Howard ’56 Megan Howe ’98 Patty A. Hudson Barbara Huhn ’68 IND Alumnae Association IND Faculty Cynthia A.Bull Jackman ’83, P’09 Christina Jay ’99 M. Karen Frazier ’89 Karen R. Kadar ’58 Phyllis Augustyniak Karko ’70 Herbert and Karen Karloff P’07, P’12 Libby Geraghty Keady Onzelow and Dorothy Kendall P’85, P’89 Anne Huppmann Kidwell ’65 Denise and James Kielek P’08 Virlyn P. Koger Pamela Mabry Kolb ’79, P’08, P’12 Breanna Kraft ’06 David and Penny Krall P’12 Lori Stamm Krausz ’87 Sr. Doris Kresslein, SSND ’39 Bernadette Kristaponis Myers ’65 Marie J. Kwiatkowski P’10 Sharon L. Landers Jeanne Ledden ’66 Rosemary Limmen J. Michael and Patricia Linnehan P’81, P’87 Carol Malone ’65 Irene Werth Mann ’69 Rev. and Mrs. Myron Manzuk P’96 Katherine M. Martin P’08 Mary Zungailia Martin ’75 Steve and Laura Mastella P’05, ’07 Penny A. Matthews
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ANNUAL FUND DONORS ✦ THE SISTER HILDA SCHOLARSHIP, TRIBUTES & MEMORIAL GIFTS
Gail F. Matzen Megan Mayforth ’98 Stacey Mays ’02 Sr. Patricia McCarron, SSND ’80 Pamela Wallace McComas-Ecker ’69 E. Patrick McDonough Jayne Hepburn McGeehan ’56 Joyce Y. McKinney Kenneth A. McKusick Carrie L. Metz Deborah Sears Meushaw ’66 Patricia Lacey Mikus ’71 Lois Siemek Miller ’66 Nancy Miller Jane and John Milto Mary Sanders Minnick ’73 Charles and Catherine Miserendino Patricia Lutts Monagle ’80 Monumental Life Insurance Company Kara Moran ’98 Sr. Christine Mulcahy, SSND Francis and Marie Murphy Joy M. Naden Colonel Arthur J. Nattans and Donna Nattans Carroll L. Neill Laurie Campbell Neubauer ’79 Laura Fisher Neuberger ’87, P’12 Diane Newcomer
Kathleen Fisher Notari ’68 Nancy Hepburn O'Malley ’58 Jeanne McDonough Oswald ’79 Bernetta Zuchowski Palasik ’71 Beverly “Penny” A. Palmer ’69 Ligia Pappas P’11 Katherine Parks-Bruns ’74 Genevieve Parr ’00 Dolores Oppelt Petersen ’52 Mary Theresa Lurz Petrides ’81, P’03, P’05, P’12 Sue Petti ’74 Erin Phelan ’01 Shannon Pinder David M. Plummer Joseph R. Polek Joanne Banz Porter ’53 Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera ’69, P’95 Suzanne Schultz Preis ’65 Yira Rawlins-Prins P’08 Mary S. Reier Fran Restrivera Sam Rhee Karen Fugate Rhoads ’85 Anne Rich von Nordeck Mabel S. Rodriguez Sandra L. Ruffini Barbara Ruland Joan Ruzicka Amy Glorioso Rynes ’73 Allison Sabatini Nancy Reddy Sanders ’57
Terry Satterfield ’70 Jennifer Sauer Angela Karasinski Scarfield ’99 John and Annette Sdanowich Ann Seeley ’58 M. Elizabeth Semmelmayer Catherine Topper Shalaby ’82 John and Janice Sievers P’10 Vincent and Susan Sisk P’04 Lee Smith Cathy Shuler Snellinger ’71, P’97 Sister Hildie’s Helpers Constance McDonough Staab ’84 John G. Staab Raymond and Maureen Stefanski P’99, P’02, P’06 Erin Dolan Stine ’99 Donald and Theresa Stoop P’12 Regina Haines Stratakes ’88 Christina DiLiello Straub ’95 Michael E. Sullivan Ethel Sutherland Catherine Tomek Swiger ’68 Deborah Moeser Sylvester ’69 T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation, Inc. Mary Love Thomas ’80 Mary Bernetta Hallinger Thomas ’84 James W. Thompson Diane Juknelis Tichnell ’66 Kristin Triplett ’91 Kelly Linnehan Tudja ’81, P’11
( Tributes and Memorial Gifts IN HONOR OF Allie Post Linda Simon Pat Stokes ’70 Aegon Foundation Ralph L. Arnold Erin Murphy Bindel ’81 Barbara L. Bryant Karana Choi Barbara Bryant Karana Choi Barbara Jean Gentile Patty A. Hudson Sharon L. Landers Penny A. Matthews Gail F. Matzen Kenneth A. McKusick Carrie L. Metz Joy M. Naden Carroll L. Neill David M. Plummer Mary S. Reier Michael E. Sullivan James W. Thompson Belinda K. Wancowicz
Bridget Ward and John Horner Rita Davis John C. Monaghan Peter Williams and Ann Polk Mary K. Yienger
Joseph Grauer Gordon and Mary Gamble Sarah E. Murphy ’51
IN MEMORY OF
Richard W. Luckan Susan Koenig Luckan ’65
Keith Amtmann Dolores Votta Schmit ’49 John C. Schmitt
As of June 30, 2008
Elsie B. Sturm Hammelman ’39 Melvin A. Hammelman
Kathleen Schutz Marlatt ’58 Catherine Dignan Chrismer ’58
Carrol O. Buttrill Mary Jane Miller Buttrill ’53
Ellen McHugh ’44 John C. Monaghan
Ruth Elaine Joslyn Mary Jane Miller Buttrill ’53
Virginia H. Nitsch ’38 Jane Nitsch ’70
Bernadette Nuth Doyle ’37 Jane Elizabeth Doyle ’69
JoAnn Norris O’Hara ’53 Mark A. O’Hara Judith Greenwalt Nicholas and Suellen Paleologos Kenneth Kaufman and D. J. Armour Susan Madison
Marie Katherine Dunn ’27 Margaret M. Sydnor ’52 Maureen Gercke Jane Vavrina Bittner ’48 Theresa Creamer Colleen Kuhn Sarah E. Murphy ’51
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Joan Kuhl Phillips ’50s Lois Roeder ’50 Mary Louise Broadbeck ’51
Tara Turner ’94 Lisa Koenig Uddeme ’84 Julia Valvo Ellen Landerkin Van Daniker ’56 Michael and Cheryl Vaughn P’12 Lena Vendetti ’09 Sarah Vittek ’06 Alice Knott Voelkel ’50 Anne Rich Von Nordeck David and Mary Ellen Voorhees P’06 Janice Daue Walker ’81 Belinda K. Wancowicz Maryann K. Ward Patricia Warnock-Safford ’83 Douglas and Jacqueline Webster P’09 Sr. Marguarite Weiller Charisse Wernecke Janice Wheelbarger Donna M. Wiedorfer ’80 Vanessa Williams Mary Lee Vaeth Wist ’48 Olivia Goins Wist ’66 Karen and Bill Wladkowski P’10 Bonnie Hock Wohlfort ’76 Arthur and Angela Wolf P’05 Joan Sadtler Wolfe ’77 Mark and Susan Woodman P’07, P’09, P’11, P’12 Elaine Costantini Woodruff ’66 Donna Campbell Wrzesien ’83 Mary Dobry Yoncha ’82, P’08, P’12 Robert and Susan Zawodny
Margaret E. Polek Katrina and John McPherson Josephine Reed ’17 Marie R. Welsch A. Virginia Saffran ’53 Sr. M. Anita Saffran, SSND ’47 Louise Harison Seidel ’41 Robert B. Carter Helen R. Quarles Anne N. Miles Eleanor O’Henley Samuel J. Miller Judith S. Pyle Fred M. Valz Eleanor Smith Swiderski ’60 Margaret Creaney Krukowski ’50 Margaret Dunn Sydnor ’25 Margaret M. Sydnor ’52 Mary H. Schmidt Velez ’48 Carole Maiwald and Family Carmen Velez ’77 Gloria Marousek Wiedorfer ’46 Mary Pitt Duerr ’73
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SR. HILDIE SCHOLARSHIP DONORS (cont.)
INSTITUTE OF NOTRE DAME
10th Annual Dinner Auction
Celebrating Baltimore BENEFITING
of NOTRE DAME
Saturday, April 25, 2009 in the Marion I. Knott Gymnasium at IND 6–11 p.m. Live and silent auctions, cash raffle $75 per person If you would like to volunteer, donate an auction item, become a corporate or individual sponsor, please contact Cathy Jo Wilkens Portera ’69 at 410.522.7800 ext. 257 or firstname.lastname@example.org Visit www.indofmd.org for more information as the event approaches! PHOTOS FROM DINNER AUCTION 2008
Save the Date IND VS. MERCY BASKETBALL GAME Friday, January 30 7 p.m. Towson Center SPRING MUSICAL Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Friday, April 3 and Saturday, April 4 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 5 1 p.m. “CELEBRATING BALTIMORE” DINNER AUCTION Saturday, April 25 6-11 p.m. Marion I. Knott Gymnasium at IND ART EXHIBIT & SPRING CONCERT Wednesday, April 29 7 and 7:30 p.m. FATHERS CLUB GOLF OUTING Friday, June 12 Westminster National Golf Course
Emily Moses ’09, Mary and Jesus
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