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St. Edward M A G A Z I N E

FALL 2020

FEATURING:

MARILYN AND DAVID PALISIN ’64 COMMONS RIBBON CUTTING CELEBRATION PLUS THE 2019-2020 ANNUAL REPORT


St. Edward M A G A Z I N E

COVER STORY 20 Ribbon Cutting Celebration for the

Marilyn and David Palisin ’64 Commons On August 8, 2020, St. Edward High School celebrated the opening of the Palisin Commons

FEATURES 6 “Come Follow Me” Five Alumni priests share their reflections on being an Edsman and finding their vocation

14 Lessons in Green and Gold The St. Edward Community remembers lifelong Edsman, Jim Wallenhorst ’74, written by Matt Wallenhorst ’05

24 Celebrating the 10-Year Anniversary of St. Edward High School’s First Football State Championship

Guest author Dan Coughlin ’56 shares his take on the first football state championship

29 Class Notes & Reunion Alumni Spotlights Alumni celebrating Reunion years are featured in the spotlights

UPDATES 4 A Note from the President Moving forward “Side by Side”

5 “A Warm, Holy Cross Welcome” Continues Saying good-bye to “Mrs. G.,” and meeting our new Manager of School Hospitality, Mo Loesch

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OUR MISSION St. Edward High School, a Catholic school in the Holy Cross tradition, educates the hearts and minds of a diverse group of young men to have the competence to see and the courage to act as men of hope for the transformation of the world. 2020 - 2021 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Dominic Gonnella, Chairman Mr. John F. McCaffrey ’79, Vice Chairman Mr. Sean P. Hennessy ’75, Treasurer Mr. Mary Anne Crampton, Secretary Mr. James P. Kubacki, President TRUSTEES Mr. Sanjay R. Beach Mr. Brian Broadbent ’74 Mrs. Fiona Chambers Mr. Daniel T. Clancy ’55 Mr. Thomas J. Coury ’78 Mr. John J. Curran ’75 Mr. Gregory N. Elinsky ’82 Mr. James W. Fox ’86 Dr. Sanjay Garg Mr. Daniel O. Geib ’76 Br. Kenneth Haders, C.S.C. ’68 Mr. Jonathan T. Hill Mr. Daniel J. Holland ’54 Mr. Thomas P. Holland ’57

Mr. Carl F. Hughes ’75 Mr. John M. Kahl ’81 Br. Robert E. Lavelle, C.S.C. ’58 Mr. William J. Leonard ’68 Mr. Gregg A. Lowe ’80 Ms. Jessica L. Malone Mr. Anthony J. Mazzella ’73 Hon. Timothy J. McGinty ’69 Mrs. Elizabeth McIntyre Mr. Kurt B. McMaken Mr. John F. O’Brien ’54 Mr. Timothy J. Patton ’77 Mr. James M. Petras ’70 Mrs. Tari S. Rivera Hon. Michael J. Ryan Mr. Michael A. Schroeder Mr. Sush S. Torgalkar ’95

ADMINISTRATION Jim Kubacki, President KC McKenna ’00, Principal Don Murphy, VP, Finance & Facilities Paul Mocho ’85, VP, Institutional Advancement Liam Haggerty ’02, VP, Mission Effectiveness James Knight, VP, Equity & Inclusion


A Note From the President JAMES P. KUBACKI Dear St. Edward High School Community, In the past year, we have been challenged to adapt and innovate in ways that we could not have predicted. Yet because of our unwavering, grounded, and relationship-centered culture, we stood together amidst the adversity, and educated our young men meaningfully despite a quick pivot to online learning. We have accomplished great feats as a community along the way, including the grand opening of the Marilyn and David Palisin ’64 Commons. To everyone in our St. Edward Community, THANK YOU! This year we celebrate the historic 200-year anniversary of the founding of the Brothers of St. Joseph, predecessors to the Congregation of Holy Cross. We reflect on how their journey has shaped the St. Edward brotherhood into the dynamic, supportive community that we enjoy today. This year’s school theme, based on the Pillar of Relationships, is “Side by Side,” a fitting reminder of where we have been and where we are going together. We are called to live out the words of the Holy Cross Constitutions that affirm, “As disciples of Jesus we stand side by side with all people.” In this St. Edward Magazine, you will read a moving tribute on the life and legacy of Jim Wallenhorst ‘74, a loyal Edsman throughout his life, as written by his son Matt ‘05. Jim was an accomplished member of our community who embraced the human journey and walked alongside his students year after year. This issue also includes the 2019-2020 Annual Report. With the second half of the year being so unpredictable, it was you, our loyal and generous benefactors, who made our success possible and enabled us to continue to provide the framework our students and their families rely on to maximize their St. Ed’s journey. We celebrate the Annual Wings Auction that raised $680,000 in net dollars for our Edsmen and another successful Annual Fund year, which raised over a $1 million for the fourth year in a row! Thank you for the sacrifices you have made to stand side by side with us during these challenging times. As Fr. Jacques Dujarie, founder of the Brothers of St. Joseph, wrote, “Never look back. Always walk ahead until you are in possession of the glory of God.” May we, as a community, continue to walk forward, side by side, for the transformation of our students and for the betterment of humankind! Sincerely,

James P. Kubacki President


“A WARM, HOLY CROSS WELCOME TO YOU!” - Br. James Everett, C.S.C.

Sheila Gallagher, known by many as “Mrs. G,” retired in 2020 from St. Edward High School after 16 years of service and shares her experiences, fond memories, and loyal support of Catholic education.

How did you come to work at St. Ed’s? I got involved at St. Ed’s when my son, Devin, was a freshman in 2000. I wanted to be involved in his high school experience so I joined Mothers’ Club as the Hospitality Chair, worked team meals as a football mom, volunteered at bingo nights, and worked the Athletic Department’s annual garage sale. I served two terms as President of Mothers’ Club, and in 2004, I received the St. André Bessette, C.S.C. Award for volunteerism. After working closely with the Admission Department, I took on a parttime position in 2004 and was then asked by administration to work full-time as the front desk receptionist. I loved it! I answered the phone, greeted visitors, sent birthday cards to prospective students, served as the moderator of Classroom of Champions, and as the Mothers’ Club moderator for 15 years. Working with faculty, staff, parents, and students was so much fun, and I enjoyed offering a sense of hospitality to St. Ed’s. You have been part of St. Ed’s for over 20 years and have witnessed a lot of changes. What are some things that have remained the same? The thing that remains is the sense of community. We are there for each other as well as for the students. There is an atmosphere that is hard to explain, and it is a good thing. What’s your favorite memory working at St. Ed’s? I have many good memories. I really appreciated when the students came into school, greeting me with a “Hey, Mrs. G!” This always made my day. I loved what I called “the breakfast bunch,” a group of students who would sit on the furniture in the main lobby and have lively discussions about politics and sports. They were so entertaining. You and your husband Paul have been consistent donors to St. Ed’s. Why do you give to St. Ed’s? I cannot imagine not giving back. Paul and I believe in Catholic faith-based education. It is important to maintain the legacy of St. Edward High School, which has done so much for our son who has excelled in his career path and life in general. Our faith and the St. Ed’s mission align. I am so proud to be a part of this Catholic community. Why is St. Ed’s special to you? St. Ed’s is important because it really changed my life for the better. I loved coming to work and have made so many friends. I will always be part of the St. Ed’s Community.

Sheila Gallagher

Mo Loesch

Meet Mo Loesch, Manager of School Hospitality Upon Sheila’s retirement, and with the opening of the Marilyn and David Palisin ’64 Commons, a new, yet familiar face will welcome you at the Teter Reception: Mo Loesch. Mo has been an integral part of the St. Ed’s Community for over five years. Her warm smile, friendly manner, and selfless generosity are one-of-a-kind. Before working at St. Ed’s, Mo came to know and love the school through family. Her brother-in-law, John Cleary ’73, his sons, Danny ’09, Kevin ’11, and Mark ’13, and John’s brothers, Tim Cleary ’67 and Bob Cleary ’71, are all passionate about St. Ed’s. Mo would attend St. Ed’s sporting events, plays, and the Annual Wings Auction, and coordinated events for the Orbany Family, including brother Matthew ’15, and dad, Steve ’80, when the youngest, Michael, was battling cancer. When nine-year-old Michael passed away, his wake was held in the Holy Family Chapel at St. Ed’s, which Mo helped to organize. Over time, Mo developed relationships with St. Ed’s Advancement Department and began her career as Stewardship Coordinator in 2015. Soon after, her son Jack ’19 entered the Nest, followed by her twin sons Tommy ’23 and Leo ’23. Mo helped foster relationships between students and donors, organized the Annual Scholarship Luncheon, coordinated the Annual Triple A Raffle, and worked with student ambassadors to serve at various events throughout the year. Mo began co-moderating Mothers’ Club with Sheila Gallagher in 2018, and has been moderating the club ever since. In her new role as Manager of School Hospitality, Mo manages the Teter Reception, greeting all in-person visitors and callers. She is also the chief operator of technology in the Palisin Commons, which includes the new EntrySign Kiosk, the reception welcome panel, and the Mazzella Family video board. When you come to St. Ed’s, you can expect a warm Holy Cross welcome from one of St. Ed’s most friendly and caring staff members, Mo Loesch! St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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Come Follow Me Five Alumni Priests Share Their Reflections on Being an Edsman and Finding Their Vocation

“What is more delicate and more sacred than a vocation? Vocations come from God, humans cannot give them.� - Blessed Basil Moreau, C.S.C.


Fr. Jim Caddy ’56, Fr. John McNulty ’64, Fr. Joe Hilinski ’66, Fr. Tim Gareau ’78, and Fr. Chuck Butkowski ’97 are f ive members of the St. Edward High School Alumni network who have pursued a vocation in the priesthood. They represent the Holy Cross teaching of discovering the vocation for which God has called you, an on-going philosophy at St. Ed ’s since its inception. Their stories illustrate how choosing the path for which God has prepared you can lead to a life of fulf illment and meaning.

Fr. Jim Caddy ’56, Honorary Graduate Fr. Jim Caddy started thinking about the priesthood in the 7th grade. “I was at St. Raphael Grade School and a missionary came in and talked about the mission and the priesthood. I was OK with being a priest, but I was not so keen on being a missionary and sleeping in a hut in the middle of nowhere.” Fr. Caddy would have graduated from St. Ed’s in 1956, but he went to Borromeo after his sophomore year at St. Ed’s. He became an honorary graduate because of his love for the school and how much his two years at St. Ed’s meant to him. “I was in the first freshman class in the brand-new building, but I was already thinking about the priesthood. In the Fall of 1953, Borromeo opened, and in the Fall of 1954, my parents said it was OK for me to go to Borromeo High School as a junior. I graduated from there and went to Borromeo College and St. Mary’s Seminary.” Fr. Caddy’s freshman class in college was the first class to go through Borromeo College. He was ordained in 1964, at the time of the Vatican Council, and he went through all the changes in the church in the early days of his priesthood. Over the course of his priesthood, he has had a number of interesting assignments from St. Robert Parish in Euclid to a part time role at St. Mary Seminary. “I was getting a degree from Western Reserve University in Library Science. St. Mary’s needed somebody to fix up their library. That became a once a week job to help out there.” He graduated from Western Reserve University in 1966 with a Master’s degree. After three years he was assigned fulltime to St. Mary Seminary. While there, besides taking care of the library, he taught Homiletics, which is Preaching. He developed a course in Youth Ministry and

became very involved with the Search for Christian Maturity, which is the predecessor of Life Teen today. For 30 years, he was the moderator for the East Side of Cleveland. While he was on the faculty at St. Mary’s, he developed an elective course in youth ministry, making them one of the first seminaries to offer this course. “I was on St. Mary’s faculty full-time for 14 years, then I did one year at St. Clare in Lyndhurst, then I was college president for 14 years at Borromeo Seminary. In 1996, I decided it was time to be a parish priest. I was appointed pastor of St. Francis of Assisi in Gates Mills. I was there from 1996-2014. In 2014, I retired, and I moved to where I am now at Divine Word Parish in Kirtland. I would go to Notre Dame Cathedral Latin High School often while I was at St. Francis for mass or reconciliation, so when they found out I was retiring, they made me an offer I could not refuse and I became their chaplain. That answered a prayer I had of ‘What am I going to do after I retire?’” “At NDCL, I help with Kairos, and I have mass there every week. I offer mass in the chapel for anyone who wants to come, and I am out there one day a week for reconciliation. I have a team mass for football every week before their games. It is a rewarding ministry and a lot of fun for me.” Fr. Caddy found that St. Ed’s prepared him

Fr. Jim Caddy ’56

“St. Ed’s was a great place with great role models as teachers.” - Fr. John McNulty ’64

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for going into the seminary. “It gave me a good feel for what high school was like. I made a number of friends. They had a Vocation Club and I joined this. I enjoyed retreats and school masses.” One of Fr. Caddy’s best memories was watching student-athlete Jack Kelly ’54, who would score 40-50 points in basketball games. “The team went to the playoffs because of him, and he was amazing to watch. He was dead on when he took a shot. To be in a new school and be in the basketball playoffs was really exciting. He was a great athlete and yet a humble kid, an all-around nice guy.” Spending most of his time on the East side, Fr. Caddy was not able to get back to St. Ed’s often. He did preside over the Mass for a junior class ring ceremony. He remembers that he began the homily by saying, “when I was a freshman at St. Ed’s, the tuition for the year was $100. When I went there to pay the tuition, my father gave me a crisp $100 bill and he said, ‘Don’t lose it, it’s for your tuition.’” The last time Fr. Caddy was at St. Ed’s was for his 60th Class Reunion in 2016. He walked into the library and thought “who are all these old people?” Fr. Caddy says, “I see the difference between a high schooler in the 1950’s versus the 21st century. I do encounter students who are willing to talk about or think about the priesthood. Recently NDCL had a graduating senior go to Borromeo. People seem to come to that decision a little later in life than I did. Back in the 1950’s, being in the seminary was a cool thing. It was an encouraged vocation.”

tion in general. “I toyed with the idea of going to Borromeo High School instead of St. Ed’s, and I am glad I did not toy too long. I think St. Ed’s helped me to grow up and be responsible. I also worked during high school to pay for my tuition. This was my choice to go there and I was going to make the best of it. When I was a senior in high school I decided I was going to apply to the seminary. I talked with the Brothers and they really encouraged all of us to do that. A couple other men went into the seminary with me. My classmate, James Spooner, C.S.C. ’64 went into the brotherhood. He is the only one I know that is still in the community.” Fr. McNulty was ordained on June 9, 1973. He helped with the Search for Christian Identity program for youth. He felt a strong pull to teach, and was fortunate to spend ten years as faculty at St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in the role of chaplain and then at The University of Akron.

Fr. John McNulty ’64 Fr. John McNulty is from a very large Irish Catholic family. His parents were both immigrants, and he is the seventh of nine children. His older brothers went to Cathedral Latin, and two brothers went to Borromeo Seminary High School. He has a brother who is also a priest in the diocese, Fr. Joseph McNulty at St. Augustine. John was the only boy in his family who went to St. Ed’s. “We moved to the West Side and I went to St. Vincent de Paul grade school. At that time St. Ed’s was a young school. A lot of my friends were going there, which is one of the reasons I chose to go there. My parents wanted us to have a Catholic education and they really sacrificed. All of my siblings went to Catholic grade schools and high schools. I had been to some football and basketball games at St. Ed’s, so it was familiar to me from those experiences.” Fr. McNulty had an inkling about going to the seminary before he went to St. Ed’s. He never felt any pressure to go into the Holy Cross Order, but he was encouraged to explore the voca-

Fr. John McNulty ’64

He became adjunct faculty at St. Mary Seminary as well as parochial vicar at several parishes, such as Holy Cross in Euclid and then St. Ann Church in Cleveland Heights, which is now Communion of Saints, where he is today. In his own words, he has had “a full, rich priesthood.” Fr. McNulty has wonderful memories of his St. Ed’s education. “St. Ed’s was a great place with great role models as teachers. You could get very involved in the school. I remember Br. Bennet Nettleton, C.S.C., Mr. James Nieberding, Br. John Ryan, C.S.C., and Br. William Kleynenberg, C.S.C., who encouraged me to appreciate my education. He was very strict, but a wonderful role model. I also remember Br. Leo Geiger, C.S.C. and Mr. Richard Chunat. I appreciated the guidance of Br. Robert Siegel, C.S.C., sophSt. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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omore religion teacher, who I stayed in touch with until he died.” One of the things he is most proud of about his Alma Mater is the tremendous community outreach program that has developed. Fr. McNulty says, “They focus on serving the poor and on the corporal works of mercy, which began with a real vision of what the Holy Cross tradition is. It is important that you are a well-rounded individual and not just there to get the best grades or to get into the best institution. The school forms young men into good examples of Christian faith.” Fr. McNulty has kept in contact with St. Ed’s over the years, presiding at a number of liturgies.

Fr. Joe Hilinski ’66 For Fr. Joe Hilinski, his parent’s were the biggest reason for his decision to go to St. Ed’s. There were six children in his family and he was the oldest. His family lived in St. Patrick Parish, and had discussed going to Catholic school. It came down to St. Ed’s, which was a popular choice for St. Patrick’s students. Many of the

Fr. Joe Hilinski ’66

guys he knew went there. The only issue was money. In 1962, even though St. Ed’s was $210 a year, Fr. Hilinski’s family found it hard to pay for things. He told his dad that he would go to John Marshall if that would help the family. But his dad said, “No, your mother and I want you to go to a Catholic school, and you are going to go to St. Ed’s.” His sisters, Bernadine and Cindy, went to St. Joe’s, and his brothers all followed suit to become Edsmen: Raymond ’72, James ’75, and Richard ’76. 10

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Fr. Hilinski noted that the world was different then. “When I was at St. Ed’s, I considered a lot of things. I seriously considered the merchant marines. Then as I got older, I got in the speech and debate department. I thought maybe I should consider a law degree. In the end, I concluded that I wanted to go into the priesthood, so I went to Borromeo College. In those days, 70-80% of the St. Ed’s faculty were Brothers of Holy Cross. There was a concerted effort to make sure you were aware of the option to join the Holy Cross Order. You would get an interview every so often from a Brother in charge of vocation. He called you to his office and asked if you had considered being a priest or brother.” At St. Ed’s, Fr. Hilinski enjoyed the friendships he built through some of his activities. Many of these men are still his friends to this day. There were some faculty that played a large role in his development. “Br. Kenan Judge, C.S.C. was a great History teacher; Br. Robert Ducharme, C.S.C. taught me Latin and English, and because of him I didn’t have to take a whole year of Latin in the seminary; Br. Leo Geiger, C.S.C. was very important to me, he was my religion teacher. He was in WWII as a bombardier. He was such a gentle man and strong Christian. He gave me a great understanding of the Catholic faith, and even though he was a Brother, he was somebody that greatly influenced my priesthood by his spirituality, strength of character, his honesty, and his simplicity of life.” Fr. Hilinski also noted that though St. Ed’s wasn’t racially diverse at that time, there was socioeconomic diversity. “We had boys from Bay and Rocky River and then the lower Detroit boys from the tougher neighborhoods. I was in between. In terms of how we related to each other, that did not hold us back from friendships and relationships among ourselves. The school made a point of treating everybody equal. I never felt as though anybody had certain privileges because they were from a certain class or certain neighborhood or they had more money.” St. Ed’s also gave Fr. Hilinski a sense of responsibility, and a sense of Catholic and Christian teaching to live in an honest and forthright manner. “That is part of being an Edsman,” he says. “As I meet my fellow classmates, they all evidence a sense of responsible fatherhood, relationships, members of the church, and a seriousness about citizenship.” Fr. Hilinski was ordained on June 8, 1974. He has served as a deacon at St. Martha, associate pastor at Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. Anselm, St. James, and St. John Neumann, before getting his first assignment as pastor at Our Lady of Mercy. He is currently the pastor of St. Barbara in the city of Cleveland. Interest-


ingly, St. Barbara has a long tradition of Polish culture and offers two masses in English and one in Polish. Fr. Hilinski can say the mass in Polish, but notes that they often have someone come in to preach the homily in Polish. Being a parish priest was not the only assignment that Fr. Hilinski has accepted. He was appointed to be the Director of Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations in the Diocese of Cleveland. In his own words, “Religious diversity is very important today, and we have to deal with this reality. We have to respect the consciences of all religious groups that exist. As the Director of Interfaith Relations, I represent the diocese and the Bishop to religious leaders of all religions. I work on establishing conferences among the leadership about issues. We write joint statements, coming together.” *Fr. Hilinski received the St. Edward High School Martin Luther King, Jr. Award in 2002 for his work in interfaith relations.

Fr. Tim Gareau ’78 Fr. Tim Gareau went to St. Bernadette for grade school. He is the eighth of 12 kids, with three older brothers that went to St. Ed’s: Martin ’69, Richard ’72, and Joseph ’76. They would talk about St. Ed’s all the time, and they would come home with story after story. By their loving it, it was a no-brainer for him, and his twin

Fr. Tim Gareau ’78

brother, Terry ’78, to go to St. Ed’s together. Fr. Gareau says, “It was the right place for me because there were so many good men and women there that helped me to mature. There were pearls of wisdom that found their way into my heart and into my spirit and the formation process was really pretty amazing as well.” Fr. Gareau loved the Brothers, such as Br. Jerome Meyer, C.S.C. and Br. Bennett Nettleton,

C.S.C. and stated that they were wonderful men. He also noted that so many people taught him about life, such as Mr. Serraglio, Mr. Homza, Mrs. Glass, Mr. Flaherty, and Mr. Thompson. It was not just about mastering a field, but integrating that information into life. “They grab you where you are at and help you to grow from where you are and not try to cookie cutter you into something they want you to be. He remembers being in Mr. Serraglio’s class, and he was nervous to speak in front of them so he went up and made a mockery of the assignment. He was asked to sit back down. Fr. Gareau remembers that Mr. Serraglio said, “Why did you do that? You didn’t need to do that.” Instead of punishing him, Mr. Serraglio asked him to go into a reading contest, and he came in second place. Fr. Gareau says, “He saw the fear, but he encouraged me so I could deal with that fear. It was very powerful.” Fr. Gareau adds, “It was not just going to school, it was about becoming a man. It’s taking all these different facets: knowledge, understanding, physical growth, and spiritual growth, the four legs of a chair, so you can sit in pride of who you are and who God calls you to be. The pride that I found wasn’t arrogance. It was true pride in who you could become and who you are. In my ministry, I now try to express to others the warmth and love for people that was instilled in me at St. Ed’s.” During his four years at St. Ed’s, Fr. Gareau was part of putting on the rallies and helping with concessions. Mike Johnson ’78 was the Class President, and he encouraged Tim to get involved. The seeds of Fr. Gareau’s vocation were germinated at St. Ed’s. He was thinking about the priesthood, but he applied to Cleveland State instead. Mr. Stepanski, his guidance counselor, gave him a battery of tests about careers and the first choice for him came back “ministry.” The next two choices were “teacher” and “funeral director.” Fr. Gareau looks back and laughs that he now does all three of these. Fr. Gareau says, “My call was an evolving process that started when I was very young, maybe 4th grade. I had a profound experience in 8th grade, but then my mom encouraged me to go to high school and not straight into the seminary. After St. Ed’s, I went to Cleveland State, and I prayed about it. I said, ‘Lord I am putting this in your hands.’ That year at Cleveland State, I was very restless, and the priesthood was always on my mind. I could not sleep for hours. For three months, the Lord was just gnawing at me. Eventually, I said, ‘OK, Lord, I will go.’” Fr. Gareau was ordained in 1988, the Year of Mary, on May 28. His second mass was in Rome in a Marian Chapel. It was just him and another St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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priest. The first reading was coincidentally on the call of Timothy, an affirmation to him that he had made the right choice. He was blessed to be invited to con-celebrate a mass with Pope John Paul II. “We were in his Chapel in Rome and they asked me to do this. The mass was in Italian. Pope John Paul turns to me, but since I didn’t know Italian, I refused. I guess I said no to celebrating Mass with a pope and a saint!” Fr. Gareau’s first assignment was at St. Mark. Eventually he was assigned to St. Vincent De Paul in Elyria followed by St. Angela Merici. He was there from 1995-2000. In 2000, he came to St. Raphael as the Parochial Vicar. After a short time, the pastor resigned, and he applied for the job. The rest is history, and Fr. Gareau has been pastor at St. Raphael for almost two decades. Fr. Gareau says, “I will never forget when I first came back to St. Ed’s as a priest. A person I will never forget was Br. James Everett, C.S.C. He was so kind. He always treated me so well. I was so thankful and so grateful to him and the spirit that he brought to the school.” Overall, Fr. Gareau extends a warm thank you to the St. Edward Community “for the gift that they have been to me. My heart is with them and always will be. I am very grateful and very thankful.” *Fr. Tim was the St. Ed ’s Alumnus of the Year in 2017 and sat on the St. Edward Board of Trustees from 2001-2007.

Fr. Chuck Butkowski ’97 Fr. Butkowski, known to most as Fr. Chuck, went to St. Peter in North Ridgeville for grade school. His brother, Brian, was looking at high schools when Chuck was in 6th grade. He knew that his uncles, Charles McMillen ’56 and Ron McMillen ’62, graduated from St. Ed’s. His brother had looked at Elyria Catholic, Holy Name, and Padua. As Chuck remembers, “My uncles took me to a football game at St. Ed’s. When I saw the players run on the field (vs. Lake Catholic in 1992), I turned to my mom and said, ‘I don’t care where my brother goes, that’s where I am going. I’m going to play football at St. Ed’s.’” Brian went to St. Ed’s and graduated in 1994. Chuck graduated in 1997 and their youngest brother, Matthew, graduated in 2007. Fr. Chuck admits that he chose St. Ed’s for football. He played all four years, starting his junior and senior years. He got a scholarship to play at Eastern Michigan, where he played during the five years he was there. He came back home with a business degree and worked in business for three years before finding his way to the seminary. It was a surprise to his family and friends when Fr. Chuck went into the priesthood. They knew 12

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he was interested in faith and the church, but no one thought he would go into the seminary. He was conflicted about going, and he did not even tell his parents until he had applied. When he did tell them, they were happy and supportive as were his brothers and friends. Fr. Chuck was ordained on May 21, 2011. His first mass was at St. Peter’s on May 22, his birthday, and he was amazed to find a whole pew of St. Ed’s staff there to support him: Mr. Kubacki, Coach Urbas, Coach Becks, and Mr. Mihalko. He says, “I didn’t know that they were coming. To see them celebrate with me, in a packed church, meant a whole lot to me.” His first parish was St. Albert the Great in North Royalton. He was there for four years, then St. Barnabas in Northfield for three years, and then St. Adalbert beginning August 15, 2018. At St. Ed’s, Fr. Chuck says, “The teachers and coaches were great; they reinforced how important faith is in our lives. When I was a Eucharistic Minister and involved in Campus Ministry, I remember communion services before school. To see the coaches and teachers at these showed me how important faith is in all aspects of our life. No matter how old or young we are, faith is the driving force for everything we do.” One of his favorite memories at St. Ed’s was the football team beating Ignatius his senior year. He says, “It was amazing. We had not beaten them in a couple years. We were at the stadium in Lakewood, and the stands cleared out. Everyone came on the field, and I walked off with my uncle. It was a great experience.” He loves singing the Alma Mater with other Edsmen. “That still gets me every time.” Fr. Chuck presided over the graduation mass in 2020, and recalls how memorable the Alma Mater was.


Students attending the Diocese of Cleveland’s 2019 Bishop’s Brunch, including Mark Houghtling ‘21, Hunter Price ‘21, Aaron Harper ‘21, Thomas Waters ‘21, and seminarian Ian Kelly ‘12

For him, the greatest influence in his life has always been the football coaches because, as a student-athlete, you spend so much time with them. Fr. Chuck has played for many coaches throughout his life, but he notes that the coaches at St. Ed’s were different than every other place. He says, “They care about the student, they care about the man, not just winning or losing, and you don’t see that all the time. I saw this with the teachers as well. They care about you as a person. A lot of my coaches were good people who gave me good wisdom and insight on how to strive to be a good person as well.” Fr. Chuck says, “God has a way of moving in our lives, if we allow Him to. God gives us what we need. What we need is what we wanted the whole time, but had no idea. It is strange. God puts people into your life and moves you in different ways. You find out where you fit and where you need to be.” *Fr. Chuck was on the President’s Advisory Council for two years under President Jim Kubacki.

Faith Formation at St. Edward High School The Offices of Campus Ministry, Mission Effectiveness, and the Department of Theology faculty are invested in helping students honor their call to whatever vocation God has planned for them: be it priesthood, religious order, marriage, or single life. Cari White, Campus Minister, says, “We try to provide students with as many different faith experiences as possible to help them grow in their faith. Every student participates in a retreat each year with their classmates, and we offer a number of additional overnight optional retreats,

designed to help students think about their relationship with God and others. We have a variety of different prayer experiences throughout the year, and their theology classes help them think about who God is to them and how they can relate to God. We provide even longer experiences, such as trips to participate in national events focused on our Catholic Faith, and offer weeklong service immersion experiences where we spend time helping others and learning about social justice.” Theology teacher Mike Yako, says “The first few weeks of freshman theology are dedicated towards Holy Cross identity. Students will have vocation talks in theology classes either freshman or sophomore years. We traditionally have a Holy Cross priest and brother come to speak with the underclassmen. Every Fall Semester a ‘ Vocations Awareness Retreat ’ is offered to any interested student. We usually have anywhere from 10 to 15 guys who choose to attend. We spend the day at Borromeo Seminary meeting with current seminarians and Vocation Director Fr. Mike McCandless. For students who express a continued interest in the priestly vocation, we have monthly meetings during community period with Fr. McCandless. Interested upperclassmen can spend a college visit day shadowing at Borromeo Seminary, attending classes with a seminarian. The seminary also offers Come and See weekends for interested students to attend.” Vice President of Mission Effectiveness, Liam Haggerty ’02, says, “Finding your call is central to a Holy Cross education. At St. Ed’s, we try and help students understand and embrace that call. We invite all students to think about how God is calling them to serve others.” St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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In Memoriam

Lessons in Green and Gold Jim Wallenhorst ’74 was the consummate Edsman. His creative talent as a teacher was only outpaced by his selfless and caring approach to all who knew him. St. Edward High School was a better place when Jim Wallenhorst walked our halls, which he did with grace, tremendous professionalism and limitless energy. Written by Matt Wallenhorst ’05, Associate Dean of Student Life & Leadership and son of Jim Wallenhorst

On Monday, April 6, the school lost one of its great educators. Mr. Jim Wallenhorst ’74 passed away after a year and a half battle with stage 4 esophageal cancer. At the 2020 Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement in June, School President Jim Kubacki called him “the consummate Edsman.” A proud Alumnus, Jim Wallenhorst spent 39 of a 41-year career at St. Ed’s, teaching theology and social studies, moderating many grade levels, helping with stage crew, and advising both the St. Edward Council on World Affairs and the Spirit and Rally Committee. Jim taught at least 6,000 St. Edward Alumni in his time and impacted many more through his involvement in other activities. He became a positive role model for so many students in so many ways. Aaron Ruffin ’97 says, “There are several men throughout my life that I look back on and am extremely grateful for their example of manhood. Jim was one of those men. He was a man who was passionate about what he did, and did it with a smile, even on the days I know he didn’t feel like it. From his example I learned how to earn respect, how to put others’ needs before my own, and how to find a reason to smile, no matter the circumstance. I am now an educator myself and pray that I can have as much of an im-

pact on my students lives as he did for me!” This was echoed in the many letters, emails, and phone calls Jim received throughout his time at St. Ed’s. And I was lucky enough to call him “Dad.” Jim Wallenhorst grew up in Fairview Park. His introduction to St. Edward happened at the early age of nine-years-old. His father, Tom, was the construction foreman for an addition to the school in 1964, when the wrestling and athletic wing was built, as well as the west wing which currently houses Biology, English, Physics and the library. Tom was so taken by the Brothers of Holy Cross and how their philosophy meshed with his, including his strong work ethic. He began to take his sons to the school campus, sometimes in his work truck on Saturdays or for football games. He began to pay closer attention to what was going on at 13500 Detroit Avenue. Jim credited Fr. John Blazek, C.S.C. for helping push him to have a voice as a 7th grader when he was enrolled in an 8th grade Algebra summer course at St. Ed’s. Jim always said that Fr. John would not let him blend into the wall when he came into the school and that always stuck with him. When he finally began to attend St. Edward as a student, he found more confidence in the groups that would shape his extracurricular expeSt. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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riences into his teaching career. Jim devoted time, energy, and effort into supporting Eagle sports teams with school pride and spirit. He loved Br. Bennett Nettleton’s, C.S.C. classes, first for World History and then taking a few electives with him. He even became part of a group of rising seniors who convinced him to become the senior moderator for the Class of 1974. Jim created the “St. Edward Graveyard” that documented the football team’s victories each week and took pride in talking about how they took six student buses down to Steubenville where the “Big Green Machine” won statewide acclaim for beating the Big Red 36-0. He also became involved in the Edwardian Players, helping to build sets and eventually winning a part on stage for “Fiddler on the Roof ” his senior year. He fondly spoke of learning how to do Russian bottle dancing and being on stage with actress Patricia Heaton. After high school, Jim attended John Carroll Uni-

Jim participating in the Faculty vs. Student Basketball Game in 1983.

versity originally as an Accounting major. While there, he participated in a service opportunity with younger students in need which inspired his true calling to teach. Upon graduating in 1978, he was hired as a social studies teacher at Magnificat High School where he worked for two years before returning to the Eagles’ Nest for the 1981-1982 school year in the Theology department. His hiring at St. Edward came at the behest of Br. Thomas Henning, C.S.C., who was seeking to hire a sophomore Morality teacher. Jim always gave a lot of credit to Br. Tom for wanting to have a younger lay teacher educate students on morality. Br. Tom felt that having a good character example for students to see and learn from in that particular subject was important, as it was about lifestyle and choices. One of Jim’s favorite things to do was to set up a moment where he could drive home a point for learning. He often would ask students to think of their decisions not only as sophomores but into the future as fathers, challenging them to answer questions like, “If you had a 17-year-old daughter, would you want her behavior to mirror yours now?” or “Would you want people talking about her like sometimes I hear in the hallways?” He would then help the students discuss these real world scenarios. This began a 39-year career that ended in January of 2019. In that time, his classroom moved from the most northwest corner of the school in Room 125 to 104 in the main hallway. Jim moved into the Social Studies Department fulltime in 1995 and eventually had his dream schedule of teaching mostly Freshman World History with a couple of Junior U.S. History sections mixed in. In 2002 he made the permanent switch to Br. Bennett’s Room 204, a.k.a. the “museum.” With every room he was ever in, he used his talents and creativity to turn his space into something that transported students into whatever time period they were learning about. He sometimes drove the Facilities Department a little crazy by asking for more bulletin boards and doing his own renovations to have more space to hang up posters and other informational material. Most of our family vacations even included side trips to help him learn about a particular topic so that he could teach that subject better. This led to a major collection of artifacts, posters, and teaching materials he would use throughout his career. Jim wanted everyone to know the second they walked in that they were in a history classroom. Allowing students to move around the room to hunt for answers or to sift through artifacts like historians or archaeologists was sometimes messy, but they certainly loved it, and they learned. Tom Glasenapp ’66, who worked with him for many years had this to say about his dedication to students. “After knowing and working with Jim for so many years, my favorite single incident involving him occurred many years ago. I don’t remember the


exact year, but it was back in the early 80’s. The school had a fundraiser in the gym featuring a donkey basketball game. He rode his donkey that night like a rodeo champion! The event was a huge success. His willingness to do whatever he could for the school and his students characterized him completely.” For Jim, if that meant travelling to Berea for a Freshman football game on Thursday evening or waking up early on a Saturday to see some JV hockey action, then so be it. He wanted the students to know he was there for them in all they did. His methods on the best way to educate and mold students varied as generations of Eagles participated in lessons that included a number of visual and handheld artifacts, storytelling, group activities, and even history labs. He hung model airplanes from his overhead lights that showed the evolution of flight from a hot air balloon to the International Space Station. One of his favorite things to do was to showcase a number of models for the Industrial Revolution since he felt that the innovation displayed in that time tied directly into our modern world and beyond. Jim would show the evolution of energy and power sources from human power, to steam, to gasoline to potentially water and challenged his students to be part of a country that “maintained its edge” in developing the next century’s major energy source. Jim had similar lessons for almost every topic in the curriculum. This level of commitment made him a legend at St. Ed’s. Jim was always very proud of the fact that when the Counseling Department would give a survey to seniors on their experience at school, he was routinely listed as “the hardest teacher” as well as their “favorite teacher.” His students loved to hear him talk about his experience as an Edsman through the different eras he had taught. His class became an introduction to Eagle High for so many freshmen and it was a role that he relished. Matt Byrne ‘11 said “Mr. Wallenhorst taught me how to think beyond my own small world. He opened my eyes to the vast beautiful world around us. His excellence and empathy are traits I aspire to mimic.” Class of 2020 President Brennan Rains and Man of the Year Award Winner Michael Manning spoke about this in their remarks at their graduation this past June. In both of their speeches they mentioned how Jim challenged their class to “come together and be the best in St. Edward history.” Brad Fairfield ’86 mentioned that Jim guided him down a path that he would not have been on without his inspiration. “Mr. Wallenhorst was a continual fount of encouragement and school spirit. He tasked me and others to get involved, make your mark during your four years at St. Ed’s, be the change you want to see in the world, and make life better for others. Because of Mr. Wallenhorst challenging me to get out of my comfort zone, I became a class officer, volunteered through Campus Ministry, planned mixers/proms, joined the Theater Department, and

Jim and his wife, Eileen, signing the beam for the Marilyn and David Palisin ’64 Commons.

performed in ‘Damn Yankees’, ‘Mister Roberts,’ and ‘South Pacific’ and the biggest surprise to me was that I earned a spot on the Cheerleading Squad during basketball seasons and competed at Nationals my Senior year. All of these things occurred because of Mr. Wallenhorst’s constant, positive prodding to get involved and/or do as much as possible for others.” His favorite words of advice to freshmen early in their careers was “do not be part of the 3 o’clock club, there’s too much good going on at this school after classes end.” His last day as a full-time teacher at St. Ed’s summed up his feelings on the school and his vocation perfectly. He had received his official diagnosis on a Tuesday and knew that the chances of recovery were small. After telling his family and close friends, he called President Jim Kubacki to inform him of what his next steps were in treatment and that he would need to leave teaching at least for a time, but possibly permanently. Jim Kubacki said, “Whatever you wish is what we will do.” What Dad asked for was “just one more normal day.” He did not want people finding out and throwing a party or being overwhelmed with visitors. He simply wanted to St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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The Wallenhorst Family: James ’07, Ellie, Eileen, Jim ’74, Mary Colleen, and Matt ’05

have a day where he could focus on his classes possibly one last time. The topic of the day was 1917, the U.S. entry into World War I and the Russian Revolution. I was lucky enough to be there, not just to run interference on any possible visitors but also to witness what was truly a master class in teaching. The energy it took for him to run the class he wanted to was extreme. At each class change, we would shut the door, and he would slump in his chair out of sight to recharge. Sometimes he wanted to eat or drink, but most of the time he just rested. During his free period we shut the lights off, and he took a nap. But when students were in the room, he could not have been more on point. Each class he dressed up a student into a World War I Marine uniform. He would have a couple more hold up an American flag in the background and have others take pictures on their phones to emulate the World War I recruiting poster he had up on the wall. He passed around artifacts and had them work together on notes. He lectured about the Communist takeover in Russia and showed video clips of the Czar’s family in captivity and Lenin’s home life, saying, “Mrs. Lenin was one of the ugliest women captured on camera.” Students laughed, students got excited, but most importantly they learned, and that’s exactly what he wanted. No script writer could have penned a more perfect ending. He exited his stage with grace and courage, completely at the top of his game. My Dad’s life was in so many ways exceptional, his career at St. Ed’s included. My family and I miss 18

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“His methods on the best way to educate and mold students were diverse as generations of Eagles participated in lessons that included a number of visual and handheld artifacts, storytelling, group activities, and even history labs.” Dad terribly, but he lives on in the lives and memories of his classmates, colleagues, and students. One thing that became clear as letters of support and love poured in during his final weeks, was that very few students talked about the subjects he taught. Rather they remarked on the type of men he helped them become, which only contributes to his legacy. For Dad, this was always the goal and had nothing to do with how much history they learned. The Hon. John Russo ’83 had this to say about his experience with


To embrace Jim’s spirit, faculty and staff donned his neckties on the first day back to school for the 2020-2021 school year.

him. “When you think of the fabric that makes you who you are today, there are many different types of yarn that are woven into your fabric. I like to think that one of those pieces of yarn has the Jim Wallenhorst name on it. Jim took me under his wing and never truly let me go. His yarn gives me the perspective of what it is like to be Christ-like. My involvement in the St. Ed’s retreat program during and after my years at St. Ed’s was only because of the building blocks he gave to me in faith and grace. Our friendship never waned over time. His heartfelt respect for others and his caring nature stayed with me from St. Ed’s to St. Malachi to every facet of my life. When I became aware of Jim’s prognosis I made it a point to stop into his classroom to see him. All we needed was to hug and shed a few tears. Nothing said other than ‘I will continue to pray.’ But so much was said in that hug. So much that the yarn keeps spinning.” Dad never wanted anyone to feel sorry for him. He always looked at himself as a steward of the great gifts he had been given and believed that we too can also be stewards. He said, “I was so lucky. Lucky to have the parents that I had, my brothers and sisters. To have met your Mom and have you guys (myself, James ’07, Mary Colleen, and Ellie). To have traveled to the places that I went, to have had the teachers I had and to have worked at a place that I so identified

with and loved.” This school year, Dad will not be in his classroom. The next time the Eagles play football, either a Freshman game in the backyard or a Varsity game at Lakewood Stadium, he will not be in the stands. When the stage crew meets or there is a performance or rally in the gym, he will not be on stage or in the bleachers, nor will his door be open when a student is having a rough day. Where he will be is in our hearts, and we are reminded by that constantly when kids cheer during a game or teachers feel inspired to wear a tie that connects to their lesson. Whenever students receive good advice or just have a listening ear from a mentor or when the dust shakes from the gym’s rafters because of raucous excitement. When a student builds something creatively for a production, he will be there too. What a gift we had in him, to have touched so many of us and to allow for us now to touch so many others. Mr. Glasenapp said it best. “His legacy to the school will be the example he set. To do one’s job well, without complaint, to treat everyone with cheerfulness and respect, to be humble and avoid the spotlight. I will forever cherish having had the privilege of working with him.” Thank you so much Dad, for all that you gave, taught, inspired, and loved. St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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SCAN FOR VIDEO TOUR OF THE PALISIN COMMONS Open the Camera app on your phone and select the rear facing camera. Hold your device so that the QR code appears in the viewfinder in the Camera app. Your device will recognize the QR code and redirect you to the video link.


Holy Cross Hospitality

Welcome to the Palisin Commons A 15,000 square foot addition is St. Edward High School’s new family room

St. Edward celebrated the first new building on campus in over 10 years with the Ribbon Cutting of the Marilyn and David Palisin ’64 Commons. The Palisin Commons represents the final phase of our highly successful Courage to Act Campaign, a historic endeavor that raised over $24.5 million. The excitement surrounding this new era in St. Edward history is only tempered by David’s passing on September 28, 2019. A proud graduate of the Class of 1964 and an active member of the St. Edward Finance Committee, David worked hard to see his Alma Mater thrive. He and Marilyn were committed to making The Courage to Act Campaign a success by providing the lead gift for this wonderful facility that will benefit all Edsmen and the St. Edward Community. On August 8, 2020, Marilyn was joined by a small gathering of generous donors with named spaces in the new building to celebrate the opening of the Palisin Commons. David’s classmate, and former St. Edward President, Br. James Spooner, C.S.C. ’64, began the evening with prayer, followed by student speaker Richie Pokrywka ’21. “I remember the excitement and anticipation of this new facility at the groundbreaking. Standing here and seeing the wonderful new addition to the St. Ed’s campus is beyond anything I could have imagined!” said Richie.


Brian and Fiona Chambers

Frank and Laura Unger and Mary Sankovich

Courage to Act Campaign Chair and St. Edward Trustee Sean Hennessy ’75 expressed his gratitude to the St. Edward Community for their unwavering support. “We are so fortunate to have the faithful support of many, especially a couple like Marilyn and David,” said Hennessy. Marilyn Palisin took to the podium to briefly share her gratitude and thanks, and comment on how proud David would be of the facility that bears his name. St. Edward President Jim Kubacki shared how the Palisin Commons “is the physical expression of Holy Cross Hospitality, and will serve as a centerpiece for forming lifelong relationships for generations of Eagles.” Congregation of Holy Cross Midwest Provincial, Br. Ken Haders, C.S.C. ’68, ended the service with a beautiful benediction focused on the St. Edward pillars of Faith, Excellence, Relationship, and Servant Leadership. The centerpiece of the facility is the Sean P. Hennessy ’75 Dining Hall. It replaces the original, basement-level cafeteria that has served generations of Edsmen. Natural light and great views offer students an improved dining experience, while the Mazzella Family Video Wall highlights many high-tech advancements. The Palisin Commons improves functional issues in the building as well by moving the main entrance to the east side where guests will be welcomed at the Teter Family Reception. Access to the Student Activity Center was improved with a new staircase within the updated Howard Ferguson Hall of Fame Hallway. Outdoor spaces also saw significant additions. The Daniel B. Chambers, Sr. ’53 Portico provides a sheltered space for our community as they come and go from the new entrance. 22

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Diane and John Dedinsky ’75 with Sandy and Bob Dedinsky ’79

Jean and Jim Jones with Marilyn Palisin Gale and Tony Mazzella ’73

Greenspace was preserved for students to enjoy the outdoors while utilizing the patio in the McCormick Family Courtyard. The installation of new energy-efficient windows on the southside of the building, and a generous gift from the Class of 2020 to install a new monument sign, complete the renovation to the front of St. Ed’s. Moving into the facility, the Dedinsky Family Atrium is home to a beautiful original art mural by famed local artist George Vlosich. The mural brings the space alive and tells the story of the rich tradition of Holy Cross, and the four pillars. For those looking for the old-school burger, fries, and a cookie, you are in for a surprise! The Rini Servery provides healthy and tasty culinary delights, including a gourmet pizza station, grilled sandwich options, global cuisines, and homestyle favorites. “Our partnership with AVI Foodsystems, Inc. has allowed us to improve our student and community dining experience, and we are excited to be in a long-term partnership,” said VP of Finance, Don Murphy. Richie Pokrywka ’21 commented on how much time he and his classmates spend at St. Ed’s and that the addition of the Tim Patton ’77 Family Mezzanine will be an awesome location to eat, catch up on homework, or just relax between extra-curriculars and classes. The Unger Family Corridor, highlighted with a wall-sized eagle painting by Jonathan Unger ’14 connects the Patton Family Mezzanine to renovated Room 200. “I am so happy that David and I were able to make this gift. I know he would be so proud and excited for the current students of St. Ed’s and all the future Eagles,” said Marilyn.


GET AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE

MARILYN AND DAVID PALISIN ’64 COMMONS The Sean P. Hennessy ’75 Dining Hall is designed for traditional lunch seating, yet versatile to host banquets and receptions for other school events.

The Rini Servery provides new culinary delights for our Edsmen, faculty, and staff including a Piazza Station, Met Grill, Fusion, Agave, and NutriBar.

Two staircases lead to the Tim Patton ’77 Family Mezzanine, a warm and welcoming space to relax, catch up on homework, or enjoy the grand fireplace.

The McCormick Family Courtyard is a welcome addition to the St. Edward experience where students, faculty, and staff can sit and enjoy the outdoors.

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CELEBRATING THE 10-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF S

FIRST FOOTBALL STA written by guest author, Dan Coughlin ’56

With four state football championships in the last ten years, St. Edward reigns as the dominant football school in the state of Ohio. As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of our first state title in 2010, let us remember the Glory Road that paved the way for St. Edward Football. Ohio adopted the football playoff format in 1972 and Northeast Ohio immediately dominated the tournament. In 1975 the Eagles were 24

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poised to make it four in a row for this quadrant of the state. “What an exciting time,” recalled Mark Reichard ’77, a junior linebacker on the 1975 Eagles team. “Everything was brand new to me. My family had just moved from Columbus. I went to Bishop Watterson my first two years before I enrolled at St. Edward. I’m 16 years old and three months later I’m in the state


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ATE CHAMPIONSHIP championship game playing with Joe Portale ’76 and Dan McHugh ’76.” In the early days of the playoffs, only four teams qualified for the playoffs in each of three divisions based on enrollment. “You had to go unbeaten just to get into the playoffs and we were rolling. Mike Currence was our head coach. Dan Flaherty coached our run and we were unstoppable,” said Reichard.

Flaherty, who had brilliant football knowledge, was asked about the state semi-final game against Newark. “We’ll win,” Flaherty answered matter-of-factly after watching Newark game film. Flaherty nailed it, 19-7. The next week St. Ed’s met Cincinnati Moeller on a frigid Saturday night in the Akron Rubber Bowl. St. Ed’s lost, 14-12, because of three key plays. The St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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Eagles failed twice on two-point conversion attempts and fumbled inside Moeller’s 10-yard line with a minute left. “We learned a lesson,” said Reichard. “If you give your all, you’ll win most times. This time, the better team did not win.” St. Ed’s qualified for the playoffs in 1976 but lost in the semifinal game, 28-0, to Gahanna Lincoln. It was ten years before the Eagles returned to the playoffs, only to lose another heartbreaker, 21-20, to Fairfield at the Horseshoe in Columbus in 1986. “That game still sticks in my craw,” said star running back Chris Williams ’87, who rushed for over 2,000 yards that season. “But I have other happy memories that will stay with me forever.” “We steamrolled everybody that season. Our offense was usually Williams left and Williams right. I would carry 30 times a game. But in our third playoff game against Austintown Fitch, we were diverse. I carried only 22 times for 185 yards and our quarterback Kevin Krueger ’87 passed for two touchdowns. We were hitting on all cylinders.” The Eagles beat Fitch 30-0 but it was costly. Quarterback Krueger suffered a lacerated kidney and was unable to play the following week in the championship game. As a result, Coach Al O’Neill hastily installed a version of the wishbone offense to suit the new quarterback Brian Gilson ’88’s running skills. The Eagles led 20-14 late in the fourth quarter when Williams went out with a sprained ankle. His cleat caught in a seam on the artificial turf as he turned the corner for an apparent touchdown run. Fairfield quickly hit a long touchdown pass for a 2120 lead and, with Williams hobbling on the sidelines, the Eagles were doomed. Williams enjoyed a fine career at North Carolina State, playing before crowds of 80,000, starring in national television games and scoring the winning touchdown against Clemson. He coached at St. Ed’s for three seasons and is now a boxing writer, promoter, and publicist in Raleigh, North Carolina. Despite three losses, the Eagles somehow reached the championship game again in 2003. However, on a bone chilling night in Canton, they lost to Cincinnati Elder, 31-7. “We were dark horses,” recalled junior tight end Alex Spooner ’05. “We lost to Saint Ignatius, Moeller, and Warren Harding in overtime. We changed quarterbacks at mid-season. Elder was bigger than us. They were huge. We could not stop them. We couldn’t hear anything because of their fans, they were so loud.” Elder also had a running back, Bradley Glatthaar, who rushed for 252 yards and three touchdowns. “He reminded us of Maurice Clarett, a former all-American football running back who played for the Ohio State Buckeyes,” said Spooner. Inexplicably, the Eagles held Elder to a 7-7 deadlock at halftime. “We made our mark. We overachieved. Nobody thought we would get that far,” Spooner mused. The Eagles were on nobody’s radar as the 2010 26

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football season approached. After all, they were coming off a 4-6 season under second-year Head Coach Rick Finotti, whose self-confidence was battered and bruised. “I was thinking I must be the worst head coach ever,” said Finotti, who had a long and impressive resume as a public school defensive coordinator but no head coaching experience. Losing really affected the Eagles’ morale. “I had to change the culture,” he said. As the season wore on he began promoting enthusiastic and talented younger players into the starting lineup, moves which paid off the following year. It was not, however, an easy transition from 4-6 in 2009 to 15-0 in 2010. Summer training camp began with a big question mark. Who was the quarterback? The leading candidate was multi-faceted senior Kevin Burke ’11, who had started nine of ten games the previous year but his play was inconsistent. Finotti wanted to see more and so began the great quarterback derby of 2010 - one of the greatest seasons in St. Edward history and one of the greatest careers of any St. Ed’s quarterback. The season opened on a brutally hot Saturday afternoon downtown at Browns Stadium and it was a classic. The St. Edward offense was on full display, the running and passing of Kevin Burke, the punishing running of Terrell Bates ’11 and Reggie Terrell ’11. The Eagles piled up 35 points and still had to withstand a furious Mentor rally in the final minutes. As the game wore on, the heat took its toll. Late in the fourth quarter the Eagles defense was gasping as Mentor drove the length of the field only to lose the ball on a fumble a couple of steps from a tying touchdown. St. Ed linebacker Alex D’Angelo ’11 recovered it on the five yard line. “From my perspective on the sideline it looked like the five inch line,” said Finotti. St. Ed’s won, 35-28, in what became the Eagles closest game of the regular season. They steamrolled their next nine opponents by an average score of 396. Seven of them were Catholic schools, five of them all boys’ schools. Benedictine fell, 45-0, and Saint Ignatius lost, 33-10. The Eagles hit the road to beat Youngstown Cardinal Mooney, 37-3, and Columbus DeSales, 62-0. They held the three Cincinnati powers, Elder 20-3, Moeller 31-7 and St. Xavier 20-3, to a combined total of one touchdown and two field goals. “The Moeller game was personal for me,” said Finotti. “I pointed for it all year because they took us apart on our field the year before.” Besides Mentor the only other public schools which got in the way were Penn Hills, Pennsylvania(65-25) and Inkster, Michigan (38-6). Both were perennial powers in their home states. At the end of the regular season, St. Ed’s was ranked number one in The Plain Dealer, number one by Fox 8, number one in the state by the Associated Press, and number four in the country by a national rating service. Oddly, the Eagles were only third in their computer region behind Solon (#1) and Glenville (#2) as they entered the playoffs against the


cream of the public schools beginning with Mentor. The Cardinals were confident they would win the rematch, which is natural, but this time the Cardinals travelled to Lakewood Stadium and it was no contest. St. Ed’s beat Mentor, 35-21. The next week St. Ed’s prevailed over Glenville, 42-22, at Byers Field after trailing at the half. Glenville’s quarterback was Cardale Jones, a future star at Ohio State. Seven days later, St. Ed’s returned to Byers Field against Solon and the Eagles rolled convincingly, 42-14. Paul Brown-Tiger Stadium in Massillon hosted St. Ed’s and Toledo Whitmer in the state semifinals and Whitmer did not roll over. The Eagles had to work for a 23-13 victory. Everybody was waiting for Huber Heights Wayne and its all-world quarterback Braxton Miller. The Wayne Warriors slipped past Hilliard Davidson in their state semifinal, 28-24. This marked Wayne’s 14th appearance in the playoffs without a championship. For St. Ed’s, this marked the Eagles 16th playoff season and they were virtually overflowing with confidence. The official oddsmaker made them 7 1/2 point favorites. Burke felt their record validated it. “We went up against some studs and beat them all,” Burke said. “We had a feeling that this is where we belonged.” Reggie Terrell scored the first touchdown on a short run to give the Eagles a 7-0 lead, but special teams coach Pete Pappas should get full credit for keeping the drive alive. Punting on fourth down, St. Ed’s drew the Wayne defense offside for a first down.

It was tied 7-7 at halftime, but in the third quarter Braxton Miller asserted himself and threw two straight touchdown passes for a 21-7 Huber Heights lead. There was a mixed reaction along the Eagles bench. The backups and younger players who saw little action were worried, but the regulars remained supremely confident. “You knew Braxton was gonna score. But we knew we were the better team,” said Burke. “The coaches did a good job staying composed.” The Eagles came right back with three touchdowns of their own for a 27-21 lead. Burke climaxed a nine-play, 73-yard drive with a 10-yard pass to wide receiver Patrick Barry ’11. Moments later linebacker Avery Bailey ’11 intercepted a Braxton Miller pass deep in Wayne territory and two plays later Terrell Bates thundered 15-yards for the tie, 21-21. On their next possession Burke scampered six yards for a touchdown and the Eagles led, 27-21, but the extra point was missed because of a 14-yard holding penalty that moved the ball beyond kicker Mike Dinunzio ’11’s comfort zone. It was now the fourth quarter and snowing, but the two quarterbacks continued their magic show. Miller led Wayne on an 81-yard drive which he punctuated with a two-yard run to regain the lead, 28-27. Burke told reporters after the game, “I’m glad they scored. I wanted to run a two-minute offense. That was fun.” Burke got his wish and he fulfilled his destiny, completing three passes and consumed five minutes maneuvering the Eagles downfield for the winning touchdown. Bates went the final 17 yards with 2:28 left on the clock. Burke connected with Quincy Jones St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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’12 for a two-point conversion and a 35-28 lead. Braxton Miller was still a threat, however, and with snow falling and the field turning white, the Eagles defense closed in on him. Deonte Gibson sacked him. Tom Lally ’12 chased him until Miller had nowhere to go and dragged him down near the sideline. In desperation Miller launched a fourth down “Hail Mary” and Cory Blackstock ’11 turned it into a “Glory Be.” Blackstock intercepted the ball and St. Ed’s won its first football title, 35-28. Burke was the game’s leading rusher with 130 yards and one touchdown. Passing, he was 9 of 13 for 89 yards and a touchdown. Bates rushed for 106 yards and two touchdowns. On the other side Braxton Miller rushed for 87 yards and passed for 200 with two interceptions. “Our class was touted as one of the best,” said Burke. “To live up to expectations, a giant weight was lifted off our shoulders.” Up in the stands, one of almost 10,000 freezing fans, the great sports sculptor Jerry McKenna ’56, never complained. Like many old grads who flew in from distant climes, Jerry had lived in San Antonio for too many years and was underdressed. “When St. Ed’s scored late in the second half and took the lead, it suddenly got warm. I couldn’t feel the cold,” he said. McKenna, a 150-pound guard on St. Ed’s great 1955 team, drove directly to the school after the game to greet the players when they got off the bus well past midnight. “It brought back memories of when I wore the green and gold those many years ago. When the offensive linemen walked off, I looked up at them. Some were exactly twice my size,” said the Texan. There was only one disappointment. St. Ed’s did not cover the spread. “We can live with that,” said an old grad. The college recruiters lined up outside the football office all winter. The list of candidates resembled an NFL draft board. Look at the offensive line: Senior left tackle Brandon Jackson (6-5, 305 pounds), went to West Virginia; senior left guard Geoff Mogus (6-5, 280), Northwestern; senior center Trent Rivera (6-2, 270), Penn; junior right guard Tyler Orlosky (6-4, 290), West Virginia; and junior right tackle Kyle Kalis (6-5, 305), Michigan. That helps explain how both running backs, Terrell Bates and Reggie Terrell, rushed for 1,000 yards each. One of the few who could keep Terrell and Terrell straight was St. Ed’s public address announcer Tom Glasenapp, who also taught American literature. “I thought of them as thunder and lightning. Terrell Bates was the big horse, a hard charger. Reggie was slightly smaller and faster. As the announcer I had to keep their pronunciations correct, especially because I called their names so often. Terrell Bates’ first name is two syllables, emphasis on the second -- ter-REL’. It’s the opposite with Reggie’s last name, emphasis on the first syllable -- TARE’-el,” said Glasenapp. Bates (5-10, 205) went on to Kent State and Notre 28

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Dame College. Terrell (5-9, 170) played at Malone College in Canton. Although Reggie was the backup, he could have started for almost every other high school in the state. When Bates was hurt and couldn’t play against Cincinnati St. Xavier, Reggie rushed for 200 yards. Finotti’s offensive scheme included a traditional fullback, where Ryan Giachetti excelled as a lead blocker. Giachetti went to Mount Union. Burke also went to Mount Union where he took the Purple Raiders to one NCAA Division III national championship and won two Gagliardi Trophies, Division III’s version of the Heisman Trophy. After playing pro football in Europe for three seasons, he is now the quarterback coach at Mount Union. Don’t overlook the wide receivers. Each of them had their moments. Senior Colin McManamon and juniors Quincy Jones and Chris Connors were the most frequent targets and senior Patrick Barry’s touchdown catch ignited the state championship game comeback. McManamon played at Dayton, Jones at Eastern Michigan and Connors at Columbia. Junior tight end Sam Grant (6-6, 225) became one of the most highly players in the country the following year. He finally decided on Oklahoma. Finotti was a defensive specialist when he came to St. Ed’s from Mayfield and, naturally, he took great pride in his defense, which in the final eight games of the regular season registered two shutouts and held three other teams to a single field goal. The other three teams scored only one touchdown each. The defensive line was impenetrable and brainy. It included junior Greg Kuhar (6-3, 260), Northwestern; junior Tom Lally (6-1, 235), Mount Union; junior Darryl Render (6-3, 240), Pitt; senior Shane McManamon (6-2, 275), Cornell; and senior Deonte Gibson (6-3, 225), Northwestern. The linebackers had their share of brainiacs: senior Don Pavlov (6-1, 215) Cornell; junior Sam Martello (6-0, 205) Duquesne; and senior Alex D’Angelo (59, 195) Carnegie-Mellon. The defensive backfield featured senior Phil Smith (5-10, 170), Brown; senior Cory Blackstock (6-1, 180), Ashland; senior Avery Bailey (6-2, 200), Ball State; and senior Rob Coury (6-1, 195), Yale. Several special teams players deserve a mention, such as long snapper Chad Bushley, who played at Kent State; punter Chris Cameron, who started a playoff game at cornerback; Jake Simonson, Joe Palange, Ben Krieger and Frank Finotti, the coach’s son. Coach Rick Finotti spent six years at St. Ed’s with an overall record of 62-15, including a second state championship in 2014. He left to join the University of Michigan football staff. Finotti is now the head football coach at John Carroll University. The Eagles have won two more state football championships under current head coach Tom Lombardo. In Division I, only two schools have won more state football titles than St. Ed’s - St. Ignatius and Cincinnati Moeller.


ST. EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL

CLASS NOTES 1961

John Petkash, a U.S. Air Force Veteran and longtime employee of IBM, now resides in Tampa, FL with his wife Celene. He and Celene have two children, Dana and Brian, along with one grandson Dylan. Their son Brian recently released his first book, “Mistakes by the Lake,” a collection of ten thematically-linked stories spanning the many faces of the city of Cleveland’s history.

tries, loves to travel with his wife, Mary Lou, and remains an avid golfer.

1975

A few years back, Dave Fields retired from the U.S. Navy with 32 years of Commissioned Service. He would go on to be ordained to the Permanent Diaconate of Southern Illinois, where he serves in a myriad of ministerial roles. Email fieldsdavid@charter.net for copies of his homilies. When not quarantined, Dave and his wife, Bing, enjoy the company of longtime friends, Pete ‘75 and Ann Zwick.

1965

Fr. Jim Lynch was ordained a Cleveland Diocesan priest and was first assigned to St. Angela Parish from 1974-1975. After an assignment to the Diocesan Mission Team in El Salvador, he joined the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers to continue working as a missionary. He has now spent over 40 years working as a missionary outside of the United States. While he doesn’t make it back to Cleveland as often as he’d like, he enjoys hearing from St. Ed’s as they continue their wonderful tradition of excellence in faith and academic development started by the Brothers of Holy Cross.

1972

After 37 years of service, Tim Wallenhorst retired as a Distribution Manager from The Cleveland Plain Dealer. In his younger years, he was an avid skier and runner, completing 22 marathons. While some health concerns have curtailed his running and skiing, Tim, who has been to all 50 states and 17 coun-

Pete, Ann, Bing, & Dave at Don’s Pomeroy

1977

Jim and Elaine Buddie welcomed their first grandchild, Joseph Andre, in July of 2020. Always the proud Edsman, Jim says Coach Lombardo is all set at the left tackle position for the 2037 football season.

1988

John Humphries and Matt Hostelley have been friends since the first day of freshman orientation. This year, John recruited Matt to join his software company, Risk Priorities Inc. As their customer base continues to grow, these two friends look forward to building their business. St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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2003

John Grecol, immediate past President of the Legal Eagles, opened his own Law firm, Grecol Law LLC, located in North Olmsted. Joined by John Duffy ’61 and his wealth of experience, these two Legal Eagles have a wide variety of expertise. Grecol Law brings a common-sense approach and provides practical solutions to complex problems.

2005

Jimmy Navratil and his wife, Leslie, were traveling through Asia when COVID hit. Specializing in 3D designs, he is a landscape architect, who recently started Monstera Lanscape and Design, and will continue to work remotely as the two adventure through Thailand.

2004

Will Finn is an Anesthesiologist Assistant at the Cleveland Clinic. In addition, he and his wife, Jessica, own and operate Go Cleveland Productions. From weddings and corporate events, to tailgate parties, Go Cleveland Productions provides music, vibes, and memories for every special event. Jimmy Navratil ’05 and his wife, Leslie

2010

Will Finn ’04 and his wife, Jessica

On August 8, 2020 Steve Famiano and Jane Swartz were married. While family and friends gathered to celebrate the wonderful occasion, several of the groomsmen, including the best man, were fellow 2010 Edsmen. Congrats Jane and Steve! (Left to Right) Kevin Spackman, Pat Egan, Joe Wallenhorst (Best Man), Steve Famiano, Pat Murray, Drew English, and Christian Iacullo

Brandon Brys has taken home brewing to the next level with Boundless Brewing. One of his recent brews, “Black is Beautiful,” is an imperial stout brewed with coffee. Rather than selling it, Brandon donated the beer within his local community, encouraging individuals to donate to an organization raising awareness for racial justice and equality.

Brandon Brys ’04

Steve Famiano ’10 and fellow Edsmen

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1,500 packages. Now we handle 12 million+ a day.” Ivan ascended to President until the company sold to FedEx in 1998. He retired and travelled with his wife, Ruth, to whom he has been married for 52 years. The last of their three children (Ivan, Melissa, and Lindsay) had just graduated from college, so the time was right. Ivan’s career has truly intermingled with the evolution of the transportation and communication industry: from the ever-increasing speed of delivery, to the tracking information that consumers have when they order a package, to the shift from Business to Business logistics to Business to Consumer, Ivan has been part of it all.

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IVAN HOFMANN ’65

Yet, in Ivan’s opinion, it was his four years at St. Ed’s in the early 1960’s which provided the backbone for his future accomplishments. “I owe a lot of my success to St. Ed’s. That is why I give back, and

“Even if you are on the right track, you will get run

that is why I got involved with the entrepreneurship

over if you just sit there.” These famous words by

program. If it wasn’t for St. Ed’s, there is no way I

Mark Twain resonate with the career of Ivan Hofmann,

would be where I am today.”

Class of 1965, a lifelong student with a passion for

Hofmann’s four years at St. Ed’s left him with some

learning and growing. Hofmann’s experiences, from

great memories. In particular, he remembers when

his four years at St. Ed’s through his current position

President John F. Kennedy came to the school.

as the Chief Executive Officer of GLS North America

Ivan, who was a small guy, worked his way up in the

Division of Royal Mail, are vast, unique, and on the

crowd. “I could almost reach out and touch him,

cutting-edge of the ever-changing transportation and

and I could hear him when he spoke to the guys

shipping industry.

around him.”

Ivan’s successful career began just after he graduat-

Ivan notes the influence of Br. John Dunham,

ed from Ohio University. An unexpected opportunity

C.S.C. who was a tough disciplinarian, especially

with McLean Trucking, the second largest transporta-

since Ivan talked too much in class and the teach-

tion company in the United States, was the start of a

ings of Leroy Chollet, his Civics teacher. “I majored

lifelong logistics career. Ivan remembers being at a

in political science and wanted to work in a con-

company meeting in the early 1970’s where they talked

sulate for the government. His influence got me

about what it would be like if they were the #1 truck-

involved in local politics and opened my eyes.”

ing company in the United States, which was Roadway

Ivan also recalls the influence of his English teach-

Express out of Akron, Ohio. Ivan kept wondering why

er, Richard Chunat. “He was one of the toughest

he was working for #2 when he could be working for

teachers I ever had in my life. He taught me how

#1. He eventually joined Roadway and moved up the

to write, speak, present, organize my thoughts, and

ladder, moving 18 times throughout the United States.

read beyond just Ian Fleming books. In business, I

Ivan noted that it was President Jimmy Carter’s

was known for the way I could write a report or pres-

administration who changed the transportation and

ent an idea and that goes back to him.”

communication industry forever. Carter deregulated

Ivan says, “There was such a pride and spirit in

transportation and communications, allowing compa-

being an Edsman. I was proud to wear the blazer

nies to expand and new entrants to come in. Roadway

and the tie. You were part of something special,

decided to enter the package business, competing

and you knew it and felt it. You felt the obligation

with shipping giants, UPS and the United States Post-

to be special and do a good job. I continually ask

al Service.

myself, did I use my talents wisely? Have I been a

“We put together a business proposal in 1983-

good citizen? We all fall short, but as long as we get

1984 to enter the parcel business and be a compet-

back on track, we are making progress. You cannot

itor. No one had successfully done this yet. When we

stand still. You have to keep learning and growing. I

opened in Pittsburgh on March 11, 1985, we handled

learned that from my time at St. Ed’s.” St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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Preformed Line Products, and Arrow International. The centerpiece of Larry’s life is his family. Larry and his wife, Maureen have been married almost 38 years, and are the proud parents of four boys, Josh ‘02, Kevin ‘05, Mike, and Jeremiah ‘13, and even prouder grandparents of three. It was a commitment to be present and to share and grow with his sons that brought Larry back to St. Ed’s more than twenty-five years after his graduation. “My sons chose to attend St. Ed’s, so I needed to look for opportunities to get more involved with the school,” says Jansen. This was Larry’s way to continue to connect with his boys. The Jansen Family (left to right): Josh ‘02, Larry ‘70, Mike, Maureen, Kevin ‘05, and Jeremiah ‘13

When his oldest, Josh ’02, was a student, Larry participated in a Career Day hosted by the Alumni Office and as a result, Larry has been a longtime

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LARRY JANSEN ’70

member of the Alumni Association, volunteering to help at various events and spearheading their annual Alumni Retreat. He is also a regular at the An-

For Larry Jansen ’70, it was his family who made it

nual Wings Auction, where you’ll find him cooking

possible for him to attend St. Edward High School and

food for the volunteers, as well as volunteering with

who brought him back to reconnect with the commu-

the Fathers’ Club at events throughout the school

nity in new and exciting ways years later.

year. For his countless years of service to the school

“Catholic education was of the utmost importance to my parents” says Jansen, as he shared how his par-

community, Larry was recognized with the St. André Bessette, C.S.C. Volunteer Award in 2017.

ents Margaret and Leonard made sacrifices so that

Through the Fathers’ Club, Larry and his son Jer-

he and his two older brothers, Jim and Tom, and his

emiah ’13 had an opportunity to attend the Father

younger sister Laura could all receive a Catholic ed-

and Son Retreats and work on service projects to-

ucation.

gether. His experience as an active St. Ed’s parent

Looking back on his time at Eagle High, Larry recalls

and Alumnus

is one he strongly recommends to

how it wasn’t so much a career path, but an approach

others, saying, “If you haven’t been connected with

to life that was instilled within him by the faculty at

St. Ed’s lately, come back and take a look. There are

St. Ed’s. “The quality of education sticks out for me.

a lot of great people doing really wonderful things.”

Teachers like Br. Bennet Nettleton, C.S.C., Mr. Jim

While his sons have since graduated, Larry is still

Nieberding, Mr. John Mihalko, and Br. Joe Chvala,

connected to the school in many ways. As he says,

C.S.C. were quality people who knew their material,

“The St. Ed’s flag is up at my desk at work, as well

but were focused on developing the students to be

as the material about the latest school year theme.”

the best men that they could be.”

Additionally, he still serves as an enthusiastic am-

Reflecting on his high school memories, Larry observed how his teachers made an impact that he still

bassador for the school, whether at work, in his parish of St. Brendan or in the community.

feels to this day. “Mr. Neiberding always wanted to

As he celebrates his 50th Class Reunion in 2020,

make sure that we understood what a privilege it

Larry looks fondly on his high school years. “I made

was to vote.” Over the years, Larry has had a chance

a lot of friendships,” says Larry. “Some that lasted

to connect with Jim Nieberding at various St. Ed’s

beyond those four years, and some that just made

events, and will often take the time to tell him how

those four years special. Being a part of that group

his insistence on active and informed citizenship has

of guys, reconnecting with them occasionally over

stayed with him.

the years, discovering that one of the fathers of my

After graduating from St. Ed’s, Larry attended

son’s classmates was also a classmate of mine, all

Cleveland State University and graduated in 1974 with

these things and more add up to this: we were part

a bachelor’s degree in computer science. Forty-five

of something special,” says Jansen. “I’ve got a lot

years later, Larry has worked as a programmer, analyst,

of pride in the Class of 1970, and in St. Edward High

and manager at companies including LDA Systems,

School.”

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consumer products company in the world. Rob has been with P&G for 26 years and is a Senior Finance Director for one of P&G’s business units. Rob and his wife, Mindy, were blessed to have two children, Adeline and Adam. Adeline is a senior at Ursuline Academy and plays on the softball and golf teams. Adam is a sophomore at Moeller High School and is a member of the hockey team. Most of Rob and Mindy’s time is spent with the The Ganz Family (left to right): Rob ’90, Adam, Mindy, and Adeline

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ROBERT GANZ ’90

kids and their activities. In 2011, Rob made a rink in the backyard to help his kids learn how to skate, and it worked so well, he has built it every year; improvements have included lights, a scoreboard, and a family viewing area that parents and friends can watch under the heaters. It has become a fun tradition for family and friends.

The decade of the ’90s belonged to two schools as

Coaching has been a passion for Rob, and he has

far as Ohio High School Hockey is concerned: Bowl-

coached hockey for 27 years. He coached Moeller

ing Green and St. Edward. In each year of that decade

for five years, before leaving to help start up the

one, or both, of these teams advanced to the State Fi-

St. Xavier program where he also coached for five

nals, winning all but one of the State Championships.

years. Once his kids became old enough to begin

The Eagles started off the decade by losing just one

sports, he coached several sports throughout their

of their 31 games in 1990, and ended the season with

grade school years.

their third State title.

Rob will be in Cleveland in November with his

Playing center for the Eagles in 1990 was #22 Rob

son and the Moeller hockey team for a scrimmage

Ganz. Rob is one of three brothers that attended

against St. Ed’s. Eager for the game, Varsity Hock-

St. Ed’s. Phil, graduated in ’87 and younger brother

ey Coach, Tim Sullivan ’92 says “My sophomore

Chris, graduated in ’99. “St. Ed’s has a great balance

year Rob was a senior, and I was called up for a few

of academics, athletics, and co-curriculars. St. Ed’s

games. Being able to learn from his leadership on

challenged me to get involved, manage my time, and

and off the ice was very impactful. Rob’s work eth-

strive to be the best,” says Rob.

ic became contagious among his teammates. After

Rob believes the faculty, staff, and coaches had high expectations that brought out the best in the stu-

Rob graduated and it was time for me to choose a varsity number my junior year, I chose #22.”

dents. “You knew you were part of something bigger,

The 1990 State Championship Hockey Team will

and you had to represent St. Ed’s no matter where you

be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame in the

went. My parents taught us hard work, discipline, and

Fall of 2021. “This honor speaks volumes of how tal-

integrity, and St. Ed’s provided an environment that

ented that team was. Rob’s leadership was a main

strengthened these values that are an important part

reason the focus and drive were so strong,”says Sul-

of my life today.”

livan. Rob is thrilled with the news of the induction

Aside from hockey, Rob says some of his best mem-

as he remembers the game well. “The final score

ories include: Mr. Nieberding’s “Amamus Latina!”; Br.

was 4-1, but it was a nail biter in the first period.

Joe Chvala, C.S.C. kindly telling students to button

It was 0-0 coming out of the first, and we weren’t

their top button; Mr. Figlar’s “Open the door, and in-

playing our A game. After a good talk from Coach

fluenza” line; Mr. Mack with friendly reminders of the

Whidden, we were pumped for the second period.

handbook; and Br. Dennis Bednar, C.S.C. reminding us

We scored right away, and never looked back.”

we learned something in grade school from “Sr. Mary Led Zeppelin.”

Rob and his family support current Edsmen as Members of the Holy Cross Society. “It’s simple. I

Rob would attend the University of Notre Dame,

want to give back to a school that did so much for

studying Finance and Accounting, and went overseas

me. I want to continue to be part of St. Ed’s, to help

to study International Business. After graduation,

advance the academic, athletics, and co-curricu-

he chose the Corporate Finance path and moved to

lars, and for it to be recognized as one of the best

Cincinnati working for Procter & Gamble, the leading

schools in the nation!” St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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ments. Paul proudly boasts that David’s appreciation for community, along with his involvement at St. Ed’s, continues to serve him well. Jim Kubacki, President of St. Edward High School, has been best friends with Paul since their high school days, though they went to rival schools and played opposing positions on their respective football teams. Jim watched David grow up, and had this to say about him as an Edsman. “David really exemplifies what we want a St. Edward graduate to be: a person who is smart, has an incredible work ethic, is grounded in Holy Cross values, is a leader by example, and a person who serves with great humility.” In 2004, Del Vecchio earned a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA. David excelled within their esteemed Research Intelligence and Analysis Program. The experiences he gained at St. Ed’s propelled him into leadership roles, such as Student Council President, his Junior

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DAVID DEL VECCHIO ’00

and Senior years of college. Post college, David moved to Washington, D.C. for a job with Northrop Grumman, a global leader in space, aeronautics, defense, and cyberspace tech-

For David Del Vecchio ’00, an employee of the De-

nology. Transitioning to the Department of State,

partment of State, the sense of community and family

he had the opportunity to travel internationally and

instilled in him while at St. Ed’s has led him to success

develop experience in the diplomatic community.

throughout his life. While living and working abroad,

He recalls attending an event where former Secre-

his St. Ed’s and Cleveland roots keep him firmly

tary of State, Condoleezza Rice spoke at the U.S.

grounded and living in the moment.

Embassy in Amman Jordan. Afterward, Rice, a loyal

As a student, David was heavily involved in a variety

fan of the Cleveland Browns, stuck around to meet

of Student Life activities. He saw firsthand how the

employees and families at the Embassy. Upon meet-

St. Ed’s Community can come to life while preparing

ing the former Secretary of State, David informed

for pep rallies during spirit week leading up to Saint

her that he was from Cleveland and also a proud

Ignatius football games. He recalls the sense of com-

Browns fan. She replied, “It’s nice to know I have

munity peaked in these moments.

allies in the Middle East.”

David finds himself fortunate to have been able to

Shortly thereafter, David would have postings

share many St. Ed’s moments with his father Paul ’73.

at embassies in Kabul, Afghanistan, and Muscat,

As a freshman, David and his father drove to an away

Oman. Del Vecchio fondly recalls his time overseas,

football game on a Friday night at Youngstown State

where he was able to experience a variety of cul-

University. Both hungry, and with some time before

tures firsthand.

the game, the two ventured into a questionable area

For now, the faithful Edsman, along with his wife,

of town to try an Italian restaurant. With an armed

Katie, are living in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.

guard at the door, they found themselves fortunate

While they certainly enjoy their time stateside, the

to have survived, and all in the name of supporting St.

two admit looking forward to their next opportu-

Ed’s football.

nity to live and travel abroad. Only time will tell

In another St. Ed’s sporting adventure, David recalls

what adventures lie ahead for the Del Vecchio’s,

the sense of feeling alive and truly in-the-moment as

but, one thing is for sure, the values instilled in Da-

the father-son duo celebrated with fellow Edsmen af-

vid throughout his time at St. Ed’s will continue to

ter the ’98 basketball team clinched their first State

play an integral role as he courageously and loyally

Championship. Both David and his father reminisce

serves our country in his responsibilities for the De-

about how special it was for them to share these mo-

partment of State.

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ed the seeds for me to continue to grow and develop into adulthood,” said Jonathan. “When I left St. Ed’s, I had a strong sense of self. I felt that if I worked hard I could achieve something.” Jonathan also attended Notre Dame studying Architecture. He currently works for HBRA Architects, which designs institutional buildings for universities, museums, and courthouses. His current project is, coincidentally, for his Alma Mater, Notre Dame. Joe was in the second IB class at St. Ed’s. “We had to learn to grind to succeed, but this paid off Matt ’10, Jonathan ’14, and Joe ’15 Unger

in the long run. I was well-adjusted for college because of St. Ed’s.” While in high school, Joe was a member of the pit orchestra and appreciated being part of something bigger at St. Ed’s. He also

REUNION ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

MATT ’10, JONATHAN ’14, & JOE ’15 UNGER What do an actuary, architect, and accountant have in common? This is the story of three high-achieving

participated in the Backpacking Class, started by Patrick Roman ’08, for students to learn or better their outdoor skills. Joe noted some of his most influential teachers at St. Ed’s, including the late Mr. Jim Wallenhorst ’74, who pushed the class to get out of their U.S.-centric point of view, and out of their comfort zone.

brothers, all loyal Edsmen, who each took their own

After St. Ed’s, Joe went to The Ohio State Uni-

path after graduating from St. Ed’s and now share an

versity to study Accounting. He recalls seeking out

apartment complex together in Chicago.

smaller, more discussion-based class sizes similar to

The Unger brothers attended Incarnate Word Acad-

his classes at St. Ed’s. He found what he was looking

emy in Parma Heights for grade school and the eldest

for in the honors accounting program and in a small

brother, Matt, first faced the decision on where to at-

fraternity, of which he was President for a year and

tend high school. He was set to go elsewhere when he

a half. Joe now works for Ernst & Young in Financial

took the St. Ed’s placement test and the rest is history.

Services Tax.

“I loved the collegiality of St. Ed’s atmosphere,” said

All three men are working toward accreditation

Matt. A few years later brothers Jonathan and Joe fol-

and/or licensure in their respective fields. This is

lowed in his footsteps.

resonant of their high school academic successes

Matt’s experience at St. Ed’s was, as he puts it, “fo-

as National Merit Commended Scholars.

cused, yet relaxed. You could be dedicated to what

The Unger brothers still enjoy giving back

you wanted to do and also be yourself.” While at St.

through community service, and attribute St. Ed’s

Ed’s, Matt worked on the staff of The Edsman, par-

for showing them the importance of service. Matt

ticipated on the Robotics Team, and took AP classes.

has volunteered with Minds Matter for four years

Matt went on to get a degree from the University of

now, a non-profit group that mentors low-income,

Notre Dame, and now works in Chicago at a commer-

high-achieving students from under-performing

cial insurance company called CNA.

schools. Joe helps with food insecurity services

Jonathan was in the first International Baccalaure-

while going to school in Columbus and participated

ate class at St. Ed’s, involved in Robotics, and on The

in OSU’s Buck-I-SERVE for two spring breaks, help-

Edsman staff like Matt. One of his best memories was

ing those in poverty. Jonathan, who found a sense of

being in the Latin Club and going to Latin Conven-

community as a Resident Assistant at Notre Dame,

tions. “That was where I found myself at St. Ed’s and

hopes to get back into community service once his

where I felt I could be myself and be passionate about

life is settled. “I hope to find a way I can give back

history, language, and art all at the same time.” The

because this is important to me,” he stated.

culmination of Jonathan’s IB experience was the CAS

With Matt and Jonathan currently sharing an

project, a creative, action, service-based project, for

apartment and Joe living just one floor below, the

which he created a beautiful mural of an Eagle that

family support system is easily accessed. “You do

now hangs in the Palisin Commons. “St. Ed’s plant-

what you can for family,” said Joe. St. Edward Magazine • Fall 2020

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ST. EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL 2019 - 2020

ANNUAL REPORT


Contents A Note From Man of the Year 2020 Nominee

2 A Note from Coleman Isner ’20 3 St. Joseph Benefactor Founders Society 4 C.S.C. Loyalty Club 6 The Courage to Act Campaign Donors

COLEMAN ISNER ’20

8 Holy Cross Society of the Annual Fund 9 Next Edsman Up of the Annual Fund 10 Board of Trustees 2019-2020 11 Faculty & Staff 12 Alumni & Current Students By Class Year 22 Annual Report Spotlight: The Class of 2020 24 Alumni Parents, Grandparents, & Friends 32 Current Parents 34 Annual Report Spotlight: Stacy & Todd Teter 36 Annual & Endowed Scholarship Funds 39 2019 St. Edward Scholarship Golf Outing 40 Wings 2020 ~ Classic TV Returns 43 Commemorative Giving 48 Planned Giving: Leaving Your Legacy 50 Br. John William Donoghue, C.S.C. Legacy Society 51 Foundations & Organizations 52 2019-2020 Statement of Operations 53 Ways to Give 54 Office of Institutional Advancement 55 Plan to Celebrate! 2020-2021 Reunion Celebration

Gifts listed in this Annual Report were received during our fiscal year July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020. While every effort was made to ensure accuracy, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement if an error is noted.

Dear St. Edward Community, Thank you for making the 2019-2020 school year a memorable one for me and my classmates. St. Ed’s continues to offer a high-quality education, even during challenging times, because of your generosity. In the last year, the school faced many disappointments that were out of our control, but we handled these challenges like everything else, with grit, accountability, and self-sacrifice. With your support, we will continue to overcome these challenges side by side. Every class is impressive. However, the Class of 2020 shares a bond of belonging and togetherness that truly sets us apart. Throughout our four years, we used individual talents to help one another achieve excellence in all areas. We were more than content users; we created programs, organizations, and school practices that strengthened the future of St. Edward High School. Our time at St. Ed’s increased our awareness of our place in the world and gave us an appreciation for the experiences we shared and the legacy we leave behind. The Class of 2020 achieved our goals through every interaction we had with one another. We learned to build strong relationships, help others as servant leaders, test and engage with our faith, and cultivate our collective excellence. Our class is grateful for all that St. Ed’s has given us, and we recognize the need to pay it forward. I think this is the reason that over 50% of our class gave to the Annual Fund. But we could not do it alone. Your support, financially, spiritually, and last year, remotely, helped us persevere, as we graduated to proudly join over 17,000 Alumni in the lifelong Brotherhood that makes St. Ed’s more than just a four-year journey. For all you do for St. Ed’s, again, THANK YOU! Sincerely,

Coleman Isner ‘20 Business Analysis and Global Economics Student Carnegie Mellon University


St. Joseph Benefactor Founders Society St. Edward High School is honored to recognize those benefactors who have made a significant financial investment in our school. Over a lifetime, these loyal benefactors have financially supported St. Edward High School at the highest levels, paving the way for future generations of Edsmen to experience the best that a Holy Cross education can provide.

$1 million and above Mr. and Mrs. William V. Carson, Jr. ‘77 †∞ Cavaliers Charities: A Fund of the McCormick Tribune Foundation Ms. Marlo Thomas and Mr. Phillip J. Donahue ‘53 Mr. Sean P. Hennessy ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jack J.* Kahl, Jr. ‘58 Donald and Arlene Keehan & Family †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregg A. Lowe ‘80 †∞ The F.J. O’Neill Charitable Corp. Marilyn and David* Palisin ‘64

Mr. and Mrs. David J. LaRue †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Maloof ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Mazzella ‘73 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. David C. McAvoy ‘73 Peggy and John F. McCaffrey ‘79 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Navratil ‘70 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John F. O’Brien ‘54 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. William* Rawlings, Jr. Mary and Tom* Sankovich Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schroeder † St. Edward High School Alumni Association †∞

$100,000 - $249,999 $500,000 - $999,999 The Doris J. Burkley Scholarship Fund Educational Trust, Elizabeth A. Goodwin, J.D., Trustee Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cachat ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Coury ‘78 †∞ Diane and John Dedinsky, Jr. ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. R. Matthew Fairfield ‘84 H.C.S. Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Holland ‘54 †∞ Mr. Timothy W. McCormick ‘58 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Patton ‘77 † Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.* Rini, Sr. ‘56 Dr. Danielle Ripich and Mr. Terry L. Ripich ‘62 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James M. Walter ‘63 †∞

$250,000 - $499,999 Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Andrews ‘86 †∞ Dr. Susan Carlin and Mr. Michael A. Carlin ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brent D. Clapacs ‘81 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Cleary ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cutter ‘60 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Elinsky ‘82 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John D. Fox ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Fox, Sr.* Mr. Dennis P. Gallagher ‘70 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John E. Gallagher, Jr. ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Kristine and Tony George ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Dominic A. Gonnella †∞ J. Harrington and Marie E. Glidden Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Holland ‘57 †∞ Mr. Carl F. Hughes ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kahl ‘81 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kahl ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Langhenry, Jr. ‘70 †∞

Anonymous (3) Brothers of Holy Cross Midwest Province † Mr. and Mrs. David M. Betsill †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Burke ‘65 †∞ The Robert and Virginia Burkhardt Charitable Foundation †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Cash The Catholic Community Foundation The Catholic Diocese of The Cleveland Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Chambers †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Clark ‘71 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Clark ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cleary* Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cleary, Jr. ‘71 †∞ Rev. R. J. Cooper ‘59* Mr. and Mrs.* Thomas M. Coughlin ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M.* Coughlin ‘67 Nina* and John Curran ‘75 †∞ Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Dittrich ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Duffy ‘82 Mrs. Mary Lou Durkin Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Dvoroznak ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Famiano ‘71 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fox ‘86 †∞ Ms. Marguerite C. Galanie* Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Gangloff Dr. Linda Gareau and Mr. Albert A. Garceau †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jay F. Geib ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Grevey Mrs. Natalie Hughes* Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Hvizda ‘58 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Hyland Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joyce ‘70 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kahler ‘75 †∞ Mr. John D. Kelly ‘54 Ms. Christine D. Seuffert and Mr. John E. Kiczek ‘71 †∞

Mr. Joseph P. Langhenry ‘76 Fred A. Lennon Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. William J. Leonard ‘68 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lovas ‘64 † Mr. and Mrs. August R. Marcellino †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. Marron ‘74 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Maynard ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. John P. McGinty †∞ The McMaken Family †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. McSweeney ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. Mario Morino †∞ John P. Murphy Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Murphy ‘73 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Mustee Parker Hannifin Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James M. Petras ‘70 †∞ Mr. Robert J. Rice ‘62* †∞ John and Tari Rivera †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Rouchard †∞ Henry J. & Antoinette M. Ruppel Memorial Fund †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael V. Salm ‘82 Joe and Nancy Scarpitti †∞ The Sullivan Scholars Fund of The Cleveland Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Teter †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Sush S. Torgalkar ‘95 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Twiggs ‘91 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Twohig III ‘63 †∞ Mr. L. Greg Urbas †∞ Dr. Frank Vecchio & Helen Williams Vecchio Foundation †∞ Mr. and Mrs. George F. Wasmer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Wasserman ‘61 † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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C.S.C. Loyalty Club St. Edward High School is pleased to announce the formation of the C.S.C. Loyalty Club. The C.S.C. Loyalty Club honors the 196 Priests and Brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross who have served St. Edward High School. Their loyalty to the Mission of St. Edward High School and the education of faith-filled, deserving young men has sustained the school’s standard of Excellence since it was founded in 1949. The C.S.C. Loyalty Club recognizes donors who have supported the Annual Fund for two or more consecutive years. Look for the ∞ symbol throughout the Annual Report. S T. E D W A R D H I G H S C H O O L

2 0 1Club: 9-202 0 C.S.C. Loyalty 25+ Years

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Burke ‘65 † Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 † Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Cooney ‘70 † Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Hafley ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. H. Philip Heil ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Koncal ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Lehane ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Livingston ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. W. Stephen Mahle ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. McCormick ‘74 † Mr. Timothy W. McCormick ‘58 † Mr. and Mrs. William F. McDonough ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. John F. O’Brien ‘54 † Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Previts ‘58 Dr. and Mrs. James J. Rybak ‘60 †

C.S.C. Loyalty Club: 20-24 Years Mr. Ronald T. Bailey ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Breen ‘86 † Mr. and Mrs. Reeves P. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Coury ‘78 † Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. DeChant ‘69 Mr. Brendan T. Dorsey ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Draper ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. English ‘73 Mrs. Margaret C. Gerrity Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Hunt ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. James T. Joyce, Jr. ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Kasl ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Kay ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kilbane ‘63 The Laub Foundation † Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Lowery ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Luke ‘81 † Mr. James N. Martin ‘63 Rev. John P. McNulty ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Tobey A. Murphy ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Normile ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Norris ‘75 † Mr. Thomas C. Pavlik, Sr. ‘59 † Ms. Susan M. Young and Mr. John G. Prunty ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Rice ‘77 † Dr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Schorle ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Smith ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Traynor ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Tutak ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Twiggs ‘91 †

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C.S.C. Loyalty Club: 20-24 Years (continued)

C.S.C. Loyalty Club: 15-19 Years (continued)

Mr. David T. Webster ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wojtkun ‘87 †

Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Pennycook ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Rajnicek Mr. Jerome E. Rodak ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Schuman ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Shimko ‘64 The Walter V. & Judith L. Shipley Family Foundation † Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Simon ‘64 † Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Simonek ‘86 Br. James Spooner, C.S.C. ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Stephen ‘68 Ms. Donna L. Straka Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Sunyak Mr. and Mrs. George B. Tapocsi Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Twohig III ‘63 † Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Wagner ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Zaleski

C.S.C. Loyalty Club: 15-19 Years Mr. and Mrs. Leozino Agozzino ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher A. Birmingham Dr. and Mrs. George J. Bosl ‘65 † Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Breen ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bruening ‘84 Mr. John F. Bush ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Carlin ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cleary ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Cordiak Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Crampton † Mr. Frank DiLalla ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. George F. Ebenger III ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Eifel ‘74 Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Esterwood ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Filippi ‘54 † Mr. and Mrs. John D. Fox ‘75 † Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Fredrick ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Giuliano ‘79 Mr. Kevin F. Graven ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. H. John Hildebrandt ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Hvizda ‘58 † Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Joecken, Jr. ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Jones ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Keenan ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin A. Kilbane ‘76 Mr. Timothy J. Killeen ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Brett T. Kirwan ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. LaPorte ‘59 † Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Lavelle Br. Robert E. Lavelle, C.S.C. ‘58 Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lembach ‘60 † Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. MacBride ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. John P. McAndrews ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. McCarthy ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McGlynn ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Terrence A. McKay ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Merriman ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Moltz ‘63 Mr. Robert A. Moskowitz ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Moss ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Nagel ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. O’Grady ‘78 Mr. Robert F. Osterland ‘64

C.S.C. Loyalty Club: 10-14 Years Anonymous Mr. Brian T. Ansberry ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ansberry III ‘67 † Mr. and Mrs. William F. Ante ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Arber ‘57 Mr. Kenneth C. Baerwalde ‘59 Dr. Patricia Radigan and Dr. Michael F. Bahntge Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Barath Mr. and Mrs. David K. Barcza ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Becks ‘77 † Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Bedell ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bianco ‘80 Mr. Mauro P. Bidinost ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. George J. Biltz ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Blake ‘69 Mr. Lawrence J. Blasko ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Blayney ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Block ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Emery J. Bodnar ‘61 Mr. David C. Boyce ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Damon A. Braun ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Brennan † Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Broadbent ‘74 † Mr. Fred C. Buelow ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Byrne ‘67 Rev. James L. Caddy ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Cahill ‘93


C.S.C. Loyalty Club: 10-14 Years (continued) Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Capka ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Carey ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Carey, Jr. ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Carlin ‘85 Dr. Susan Carlin and Mr. Michael A. Carlin ‘66 † Mr. and Mrs. William V. Carson, Jr. ‘77 † Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Cerny, Jr. ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Chambers ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. David E. Chmielarski ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick L. Chrosniak ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Clancy ‘85 † Mr. Robert F. Connole ‘59 † Mr. and Mrs. James P. Corrigan, Jr. ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Corrigan ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Coyne ‘87 Mr. James P. Cristino ‘66 Mr. John J. Curran ‘75 † Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. DeCrane ‘72 † Mr. and Mrs. John G. Dedinsky, Jr. ‘75 † Mr. and Mrs. P. Andrew Diamond ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Dickey ‘67 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Dittrich ‘66 † Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Downs ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Drescher ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Fagan ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Fairfield ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Famiano ‘71 † Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Faust ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fischer Mr. and Mrs. David H. Flynn ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fox ‘86 † Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Friedmann ‘66 † Mr. and Mrs. Bryan M. Gallagher ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gallagher ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Gallagher Mr. Sean P. Gallagher ‘72 Dr. Linda R. Garceau and Mr. Albert A. Garceau † Mr. and Mrs. James J. Gedra Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 † Mr. Thomas E. Glasenapp Mr. Marc W. Glasstetter ‘96 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Glasstetter ‘90 Mr. Kevin A. Haag ‘67 † Br. Kenneth Haders, C.S.C. ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Halasz ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hatgas ‘66 † Mr. and Mrs. Tadaaki Hatta † Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Hayes ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick K. Hayes ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Heffernan ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Heinemann ‘81 Mr. Sean P. Hennessy ‘75 † Mr. Timothy J. Heppler ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hildebrandt ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan T. Hill † Mr. Charles N. Hirsch ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Holland ‘54 † Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Holland ‘57 †

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Hollo ‘64 † Mr. Timothy N. Hollo ‘96 Mr. James M. Jeffers ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. James T. Joyce ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kahl ‘81 † Mr. James M. Kane ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Kasl ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Keehan † Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kerrigan, Jr. ‘62 Ms. Christine D. Seuffert and Mr. John E. Kiczek ‘71 † Mr. Casimir J. Kiel, Jr. ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kihm ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Kinley Mr. James R. Kissel ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Kleinsmith Mr. Dennis S. Kokoskie ‘88 Mr. Ronald G. Kollar ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Krebs ‘68 Mr. Daniel J. Kroft ‘69 Mr. Robert K. Kuhn ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Kukla ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Kulikowski ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Langhenry, Jr. ‘70 † Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Lawrence ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. Hal A. Leitch Mr. and Mrs. William J. Leonard ‘68 † Mr. and Mrs. John D. Leonowich ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Lesjak ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R. Lichtenberg ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. List ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Lockyer ‘69 Mr. Dennis J. Long ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. William R. Long ‘64 Mr. Charles F. MacMillan ‘57 Ms. Lois Brown and Mr. Christopher J. Markiewicz ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Mayer ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Mayer ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Mazzella ‘73 † Mr. Michael P. McCarthy ‘56 Dr. and Mrs. Dennis J. McGovern ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. McGraw, Jr. ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Millington ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Milowicki Mr. Charles E. Moran ‘56 Mr. Robert D. Moran, Jr. ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Mario Morino † Mr. Richard J. Moroscak ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Emil D. Morrow ‘60 † Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Motsinger ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Murphy † Mr. Richard J. Nelson ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Nevel ‘66 Dr. Renee Nieberding and Dr. James F. Nieberding ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Niehaus ‘78 † Mr. Michael E. Norton ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Terrance F. Novak ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Novak ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. O’Connor ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. O’Donnell ‘60

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick L. O’Malley ‘96 Col. and Mrs. Michael J. Ondrasek, USAF (Ret.) ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Palascak, Jr. ‘69 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Pauer ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Petras ‘70 † Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R. Prochko ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Prysiazny ‘68 Mr. Vernon L. Recker ‘61 † Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rieke ‘60 † Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Riester Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Rini, Jr. ‘82 † Dr. Danielle Ripich and Mr. Terry L. Ripich ‘62 † Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rivera † Dr. and Mrs. Jerome J. Roche ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Rosing ‘62 † Lt. Col. James A. Rush, USA (Ret.) ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Saccany ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Sancin, Sr. ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Sauter, Jr. ‘57 Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Sawicki ‘60 Mr. Herbert Schilling ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Schoeplein ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Schraff ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Seelie ‘77 Mr. Matthew S. Skowronski ‘10 Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Slife ‘62 Mr. John E. Slyman ‘97 † Mr. George C. Smith ‘58 † Mr. and Mrs. James L. Spuhler ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Stack ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. R. Richard Steiner ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Straub ‘68 † Dr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Sullivan ‘65 Mrs. Nancy H. Sullivan Mr. Michael H. Swan ‘65 Mr. Robert L. Thery ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Sush S. Torgalkar ‘95 † Dr. and Mrs. George J. Valco ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Valponi ‘70 Dr. Brigid Vaughan and Mr. Timothy E. Vaughan ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Viancourt III ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. William T. Vogt ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Voltz, Jr. ‘01 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wallenhorst ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Wallenhorst ‘72 Dr. Cathleen Walsh and Mr. Michael P. Walsh † Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wanner Dr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Weir ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Wilkins ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Zahn, Jr. ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Zales ‘60 Mr. David S. Zentkovich ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Zunt ‘55

† Holy Cross Society

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THE COURAGE TO ACT

C AMPAIGN DONORS The success of The Courage to Act Campaign is an outward expression of our commitment to providing our students with the very best educational opportunities, always within the framework of our unique Holy Cross commitment to educating the hearts and minds of men. Thank you to the following donors who have made a payment or a new pledge to the Campaign in the 2019-2020 fiscal year. Anonymous †∞ (4) Advantage Analytics, Inc. Mrs. Anne Agozzino Ancora Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Andrews Mary Lou and Jay Ansberry ‘67 †∞ Mr. Scott Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. James P. Barry ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Beal ‘67 Ms. Katheryn Feighan-Becka and Mr. Jack G. Becka Mrs. Mary Becka and Family Patty and Paul* Becka ‘67 ∞ Mrs. Rita R. Becka Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bliss Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Boehm III Mark and Therese Boepple Mr. Ryan D. Boey ‘14 Bonezzi Switzer Murphy Polito & Hupp Co., LPA Ms. Brenda Brooks Mr. Daniel C. Burke ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Burke ‘65 †∞ Mr. Matthew C. Burke ‘98 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ryan C. Burke ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Buza Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Byrne ‘67 ∞ Mr. Christopher J. Cachat ‘71 Ms. Lauren Cachat Peggy and Michael F. Cachat ‘66 †∞ Dr. and Mrs. John E. Cann Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Carey Mr. Daniel P. Carlin ‘07 Hon. and Mrs. Patrick J. Carroll ‘70 Michael, Annemarie, Timothy ‘08, Rhett ‘09, and Kirsten Cash Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Chambers ‘85 ∞ Fiona and Brian Chambers †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaney Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chriszt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ciepiel Jill and Paul Clark ‘71 †∞ Moira and Rich Clark The Class of 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cleary, Jr. ‘71 †∞ 6

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Cleveland Athletic Club Men’s Bowling Committee Mr. and Mrs. Jospeh A. Conway ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Everard B. Corcoran Mrs. Cynthia H. Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coyle Mary Anne and Byron Crampton †∞ Criterion Tool & Die, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cutter ‘60 †∞ The Cvetic Family Mrs. Marilyn Cvetic Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Danahey Mrs. Elizabeth J. DeChant Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. DeChant ‘69 ∞ Diane and John Dedinsky ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeLisio Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DiIorio DiIorio Sheet Metal, Inc. The Distelhourst Family Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Dittrich ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dudas Sheila and John Duffy ‘61 ∞ Ms. Kathleen Dugan and Mr. John Delzani Mrs. Mary Lou Durkin Mr. Robert Durkin Mr. and Mrs. Victor F. Erml Mr. and Mrs. James R. Evard Fairview Park Fire Fighters Local 1057 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Falcon Mari-beth and Steve Famiano ‘71 †∞ Mr. Michael P. Feighan ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fela Mr. Brian Ferry Kathleen Ferry - In Memory of Jeff Ferry ‘77 Mr. Brian B. Fischer ‘03 Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Fitzgerald Mr. Daniel P. Flaherty Ms. Jeanie Foley Foxx Angela and Lee Franciscus Mary Ellen and Thomas J. Fraser ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Wade M. Fricke

Mrs. Debra Fristik Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gable ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Gallagher ‘69 ∞ Rev. Timothy W. Gareau ‘78 Deirdre and Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Kristine and Tony George ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Gielty ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Gilbert Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Ginley ‘77 Kathy and Nick Gonnella †∞ The Gonzalez Family Mr. and Mrs. David R. Grimmer ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Gustafson Mr. Kevin A. Haag ‘67 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hadaway Ms. Pamela Hake Ann and Chris Hanrahan †∞ J. Harrington and Marie E. Glidden Foundation and The Robert and Loretta Cleary Family Mr. Benjamin J. Hatta ‘94 Cheri and Bill Hayes ‘77 The Heffernan Family Mr. Sean P. Hennessy ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Hinkel ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hinkel ∞ Ruth C. Hofmann and Ivan T. Hofmann ‘65 ∞ Patricia and Daniel Holland ‘54 Endowed Scholarship Fund †∞ Mary and Tom Holland ‘57 †∞ Mr. Robert Howenstein Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hudec Seamus G. Hyland ‘79 Integrity Fab & Machine, Inc. Ms. Mary Lou Jones Katy and Mike Kahler ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Kappus Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Kasl ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Kasle Ms. Elizabeth Kearns Donald and Arlene Keehan & Family †∞ Marie and Robert Keenan ‘69;


Jackie and Ryan Keenan ‘02 ∞ Kelley & Ferraro LLP Ms. Madelyn Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Kenehan ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. John Keough Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. King ‘67 ∞ Kiplinger & Co., CPAs, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Kiplinger Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Kirk Mrs. Doris Kleinhenz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Knight Mr. and Mrs. John Kolwicz Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreicbergs Joseph P. Langhenry ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Leisinger Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Lesjak ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lesko Mr. and Mrs. William R. Litzler Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Long Mr. Anthony Lowe ‘84 Diana and Gregg A. Lowe ‘80 †∞ Ms. Bridget A. MacMillan and Mr. David DiCicco Ms. Julie M. MacMillan Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Malloy ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. August R. Marcellino †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Martin ‘78 Mr. Conor P. Martin ‘04 Mrs. Mary T. Martin Ms. Yvonne Marzano Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Mazzella ‘73 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. David C. McAvoy ‘73 Dr. Nancy M. McBride and Mr. Owen C. McBride ‘79 †∞ Peggy and John F. McCaffrey ‘79 †∞ Timothy W. McCormick ‘58 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John M. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Regis E. McGann ‘67 Ms. Diane M. McGill Kathy and David McGuirk ‘70 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. McLaughlin ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. James P. McMahon ‘70 ∞ The McMaken Family †∞ Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Meehan ‘55 † Metalloy Company Ms. Jacalyn P. Mihocik Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mitchell Mr. Adam T. Mocho ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. James V. Mocho ‘87 Kathy and Paul Mocho ‘85 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mocho ‘92 ∞ Moeller Precision Tool Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Monnette ∞ Mr. J. Michael Monteleone

Ms. Margaret M. O’Brien and Mr. Charles Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munson Donald and Donna Murphy †∞ John P. Murphy Foundation Clare and Phil Navratil ‘70 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Nevel ‘66 ∞ Nicola, Gudbranson & Cooper LLC Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Nieberding ‘75 † Mr. and Mrs. James B. Niehaus ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Nock ‘59 ∞ The Norris Brothers: John ‘75 †∞, David ‘78, and Stephen ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Gerard R. Notarberardino Mr. and Mrs. John F. O’Brien ‘54 †∞ Mr. Patrick C. O’Brien Justice and Mrs. Terrence O’Donnell ‘64 ∞ Rev. Thomas V. O’Donnell ‘54 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. O’Malley ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Orbany ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Orendas Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Ostrom ‘93 Mr. Larry Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Pachuta Marilyn and David* Palisin ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. George Palisin Mr. and Mrs. Terrence J. Palisin ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Palisin Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Palko ∞ Park Edge Group LLC Mr. Douglas Peluso ‘92 †∞ Kate and James M. Petras ‘70 †∞ Mr. Fred Pfaff Maryann and William A.* Picard PNC Wealth Management Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Pollner Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Pompeani Mr. and Mrs. John D. Poulos Producto Dieco Mr. and Mrs. George F. Quinn, Jr. Ms. Marie A. Ramagli Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Rawlings ‘76 Regency Construction Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Reidy ‘58 †∞ Dr. Jean S. Reinhold and Mr. Mark H. Reinhold Mr. and Ms. Benjamin R. Rios ‘07 Dr. Danielle Ripich and Mr. Terry L. Ripich ‘62 †∞ John and Tari Rivera †∞ Kim and Mark Robinson ‘82 Mr. Robert J. Roe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Roggenburk Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rohde Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Rosfelder, Jr. ‘66 Ms. Susan J. Rupert Mary and Tom* Sankovich

Joseph D. and Nancy Scarpitti †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schroeder † Mr. and Mrs. Burt W. Schwab Ms. Crystal Scudder Mr. and Mrs. William L. Searight Mr. and Mrs. Jason Silver Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Simon ‘64 †∞ Mr. James M. Slattery ‘65 Mr. and Mrs.* George C. Smith ‘58 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Mr. and Mrs. John D. Southworth Br. James Spooner, C.S.C. ‘64 ∞ St. Edward High School Alumni Association †∞ Carol and Michael Stanek ‘77 Mr. L. K. Stevens and Family Mr. Jeffrey P. Straka ‘96 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stitt Sup-R-Die, Inc. The Swaminathan and Garg Foundation Sweet Basil Neapolitan Style Pizzeria Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Tarkany Stacy and Todd Teter †∞ Dr. and Mrs. William J. Todia Ms. Judith Torma Mr. and Mrs. Beau Townsend Paulina and Keith Twiggs ‘91 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Uebbing ‘60 † Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Unger Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van der Oord Mr. and Mrs. John Voso Mr. and Mrs. Brian Vulpitta Mr. Joe K. Ward Judy and Mike Waters ‘81 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Weaver, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Weisensell ‘77 Westwood Country Club Westwood Women’s Golf Association Mr. Kenneth J. Weyand ‘61 Mr. Robert F. Weyand ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wilgus ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Wise Mr. Dennis E. Wrabel ‘68 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wymer The Zelasko Family Mr. and Mrs. John J. Zenchak and Family

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Holy Cross Society of the Annual Fund The Holy Cross Society of the Annual Fund represents dedicated and generous members of the St. Edward Community who demonstrate their leadership and belief in the values and benefits of a Holy Cross education. Through this impressive listing, we pay tribute to this distinguished group who help shape our school as a national leader in Catholic education. Membership in the Holy Cross Society is renewable annually. The following list represents the names of those leadership donors who made an Annual Fund or Annual Scholarship gift of $2,000 or more in the fiscal year July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020. St. André Society ($25,000 and above) Mr. Dennis P. Gallagher ‘70 ∞ Donald and Arlene Keehan & Family ∞ Dr. Frank Vecchio & Helen Williams Vecchio Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James M. Walter ‘63 ∞

Moreau Society ($10,000 - $24,999) Mr. and Mrs. David M. Betsill ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William V. Carson, Jr. ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brent D. Clapacs ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cleary, Jr. ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Coury ‘78 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John G. Dedinsky, Jr. ‘75 ∞ Dr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Dittrich ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fox ‘86 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ganz ‘90 ∞ Dr. Linda R. Garceau and Mr. Albert A. Garceau ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dominic A. Gonnella ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Hanrahan ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Holland ‘54 ∞ Mr. Carl F. Hughes ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Langhenry, Jr. ‘70 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregg A. Lowe ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. Marron ‘74 ∞ Mr. Timothy W. McCormick ‘58 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kurt B. McMaken ∞ Ms. Stephanie Lefelar McNamara and Mr. Michael P. McNamara, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mario Morino ∞ Mrs. Wanda K. Olivier ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Rochford ‘84 ∞ Henry J. & Antoinette M. Ruppel Memorial Fund ∞ St. Edward High School Alumni Association ∞ The Smith Family Mr. and Mrs. Sush S. Torgalkar ‘95 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Twiggs ‘91 ∞

St. Edward Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Andrews ‘86 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Breen ‘86 ∞ The Robert and Virginia Burkhardt Charitable Foundation ∞ Dr. Susan Carlin and Mr. Michael A. Carlin ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Cooney ‘70 ∞ Mr. John J. Dacey ‘61 ∞

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Filippi ‘54 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John D. Fox ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Friedmann ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John R. Guska ∞ Mr. Sean P. Hennessy ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan T. Hill ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Hvizda ‘58 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joyce ‘70 ∞ Ms. Christine D. Seuffert and Mr. John E. Kiczek ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David J. LaRue ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William J. Leonard ‘68 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lovas ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Murphy ‘73 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Navratil ‘70 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James A. Petz ‘71 ∞ Mr. Robert J. Rice ‘62* ∞ Dr. Danielle Ripich and Mr. Terry L. Ripich ‘62 ∞ Mr. John E. Slyman ‘97 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Teter ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James W. Trunk ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Twohig III ‘63 ∞

President’s Society ($3,500 - $4,999) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Auletta ‘84 ∞ Boiler Specialists Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Brennan ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Burke ‘65 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Corrigan ‘95 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Coughlin ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cutter ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Homza ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kahl ‘81 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kahler ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. Koenig ‘65 The Laub Foundation ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David A. Mercer ‘54 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Miklich ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Rosing ‘62 ∞ Mrs. Aimée J. Markelz and Mr. David F. Tracy ‘82 ∞

Member ($2,000 - $3,499) Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ansberry III ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Andrews ‘56 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Becks ‘77 ∞ Dr. and Mrs. George J. Bosl ‘65 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bouhall ‘75 ∞

Mr. and Mrs. R. Lawrence Bridge ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Broadbent ‘74 ∞ Brothers of Holy Cross Midwest Province ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cachat ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Campbell ‘56 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Carlin ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Chambers ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Chrusciel ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Clancy ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Clark ‘71 ∞ Thomas J. Coltman Foundation Mr. Robert F. Connole ‘59 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Coughlin ‘56 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Coughlin ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Crampton ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Crocker Mr. John J. Curran ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy N. Curran ‘79 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. DeCrane ‘72 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dobrowsky ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Elinsky ‘82 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Famiano ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Foertch Mr. Norman A. Fox, Jr. ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Gaertner ‘86 Mr. Patrick T. Gallagher ‘97 ∞ Mr. James P. Gardner III ‘62 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 ∞ Mr. Philip J. Geiger ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jason E. German ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Terrence A. Gibbons ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Tony C. Gorris ‘88 ∞ Mr. Kevin A. Haag ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hatgas ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Tadaaki Hatta ∞ Rev. Joseph T. Hilinski ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Holland ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Hollo ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William R. Holton ‘60 ∞ Mr. G. J. Hussney ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Rolland L. Johns ‘61 ∞ Mrs. Betty J. Kemper ∞ Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Ketterick ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kubacki ∞ Dr. Paul G. Kwiat ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. LaPorte ‘59 ∞ Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lembach ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Loesch ∞ Mrs. Joanne Lohn ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Luke ‘81 ∞ Mr. James M. Lyons ‘65 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Terrence J. Madden ‘61 ∞


Mr. and Mrs. August R. Marcellino ∞ Mrs. Alice Marron ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Mazzella ‘73 ∞ Dr. Nancy M. McBride and Mr. Owen C. McBride ‘79 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John F. McCaffrey ‘79 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. McCann ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. McConnell ‘72 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McConnell ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. McCormick ‘74 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John P. McGinty ∞ Hon. and Mrs. Timothy J. McGinty ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David M. McGuirk ‘70 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. McIntyre ‘83 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. McIntyre ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. C. Edward Meehan ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miketo ‘75 Mr. Allen J. Mistysyn ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mocho ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Emil D. Morrow ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Murphy ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Nieberding ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Niehaus ‘78 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John J. Norris ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John F. O’Brien ‘54 ∞

Mr. and Mrs. James S. O’Connor ‘61 ∞ Dr. Amy O’Linn and Dr. Frank W. O’Linn ‘93 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Paspek ‘72 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Patton ‘77 Mr. Thomas C. Pavlik, Sr. ‘59 ∞ Mr. Douglas Peluso ‘92 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Pescatrice ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James M. Petras ‘70 ∞ Mr. Joseph R. Petras, Jr. ‘68 ∞ Mr. Vernon L. Recker ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Rego ‘59 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William J. Reidy ‘58 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Rice ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rieke ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Rini, Jr. ‘82 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rivera ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Roche ‘65 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Roshkowski ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Rouchard ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Rutkowski ‘89 ∞ Dr. and Mrs. James J. Rybak ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Scanlon ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Scarpitti ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Schaffner IV

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schenosky Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schroeder † Mr. and Mrs. Spencer H. Seaman ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James M. Seibert ∞ The Walter V. & Judith L. Shipley Family Foundation ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Simon ‘64 ∞ Mr. George C. Smith ‘58 ∞ Ms. Kathleen J. St. John Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Straub ‘68 ∞ Mr. Stephen R. Switaj ‘80 ∞ Mr. Benjamin J. Szweda ‘08 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Uebbing ‘60 Mr. L. Greg Urbas ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kurt V. Wagner ∞ Dr. Cathleen Walsh and Mr. Michael P. Walsh ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregg M. Wasilko ‘75 ∞ Dr. Judith Waters and Dr. Michael P. Waters ‘81 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wojtkun ‘87 ∞

∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

Next Edsman Up of the Annual Fund Next Edsmen Up are St. Ed’s Alumni who have graduated in the last 20 years and who have committed to a leadership level of giving. As young Alumni members of our Holy Cross Society, they have expressed their willingness to grow their philanthropic support over the years and help to ensure the continued success of their Alma Mater. Green Edition ($1,000 - $1,999) Classes 2000 - 2009

Eagle Edition ($250 - $499) Classes 2015 - 2019

Anonymous Mr. Raphael N. Carranza ‘01 Mr. Daniel F. Corcoran ‘07 ∞ Mr. Stephen M. Gacka ‘10 Mr. Liam Haggerty ‘02 Mr. KC McKenna ‘00 ∞ Mr. Robert J. Medve ‘07 Mr. Michael T. Nieberding ‘08 Mr. Eric R. Swanson ‘01 ∞ Mr. Benjamin J. Szweda ‘08 ∞

Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr.

Gold Edition ($500 - $999) Classes 2010 - 2014 Mr. Christopher P. Connors ‘12 ∞ Mr. Corey M. Farr ‘12 ∞ Mr. Garrett T. Marsilio ‘10 ∞ Mr. John M. Schroeder ‘14 Mr. Trevor W. Sherrard ‘13 ∞ Mr. Shea D. Solmos ‘15 Mr. Owen Williams ‘13 ∞ Mocina Coffee - Mr. Farris A. Khouri ‘14 and Mr. Pablo A. Lopez ‘14 ∞

James E. Betsill ‘18 ∞ Liam D. Chambers ‘19 ∞ Adam T. Goecke ‘16 ∞ Stewart J. Hering ‘18 ∞ Parker J. Kaesgen ‘18 Nicholas R. Kinzel ‘16 ∞ Michael R. May, Jr. ‘16 ∞ Brendan M. Ours ‘19 Andrew S. Pace ‘16 ∞ Nicholas S. Sherrard ‘15 ∞ Daniel A. Zahn III ‘16 ∞ Dylan S. Zsigray ‘18 ∞

∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club

Emerson Gray ’21


Maxwell Morscher ’22, Dakota Wagner ’23, Thomas Hoffman ’22, and Will Jordan ’21

Board of Trustees 2019-2020 The Board of Trustees bring real world experience to share in the school’s mission and vision. Their guidance has helped shape St. Edward High School into one of the premier Catholic schools in the nation. We thank the Trustees for their contribution of time, talent, and resources. We are especially grateful for 100% participation among Trustees in financial contributions to St. Edward High School. Board of Trustees 2019-2020 Brian F. Broadbent ‘74 †∞ Fiona M. Chambers †∞ Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 †∞ Thomas J. Coury ‘78 †∞ Mary Anne Crampton †∞ John J. Curran ‘75 †∞ Fr. Thomas Dragga, D. Min ∞ Gregory N. Elinsky ‘82 †∞ Sanjay Garg Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Dominic A. Gonnella †∞ Br. Kenneth Haders, C.S.C. ‘68 ∞ Sean P. Hennessy ‘75 †∞ Jonathan T. Hill †∞ Daniel J. Holland ‘54 †∞ Thomas P. Holland ‘57 †∞ Carl F. Hughes ‘75 †∞ John M. Kahl ‘81 †∞

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Emeritus Board James P. Kubacki †∞ David J. LaRue †∞ Br. Robert E. Lavelle, C.S.C. ‘58 ∞ William J. Leonard ‘68 †∞ Gregg A. Lowe ‘80 †∞ Anthony J. Mazzella ‘73 †∞ John F. McCaffrey ‘79 †∞ Timothy J. McGinty ‘69 †∞ Elizabeth McIntyre †∞ Kurt B. McMaken †∞ John F. O’Brien ‘54 †∞ Timothy J. Patton ‘77 † James M. Petras ‘70 †∞ Tari S. Rivera †∞ Michael J. Ryan ∞ Michael A. Schroeder † Sush S. Torgalkar ‘95 †∞

Joseph C. Burke ‘65 †∞ Kevin M. Byrne ‘67 ∞ Michael F. Cachat ‘66 †∞ Michael A. Carlin ‘66 †∞ Daniel F. Coughlin ‘56 †∞ Thomas A. Cutter ‘60 †∞ John J. Donnelly ‘61 ∞ Fr. Timothy W. Gareau ‘78 Dale C. LaPorte ‘59 †∞ Terrence J. McGovern ‘57 ∞ William J. Reidy ‘58 †∞ Terry L. Ripich ‘62 †∞ Dennis J. Roche ‘65 †∞ Mark A. Rouchard †∞ Thomas J. Wilson ‘65 † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club


Faculty & Staff The talented and dedicated teachers, administrators, and staff guide our students each day. We are humbled by the financial support from the St. Edward High School faculty and staff. Anonymous ∞ (2) Mr. Andrew Allen ∞ Mr. Matthew T. Altieri ‘05 Mr. Brian T. Ansberry ‘99 ∞ Mrs. Maureen Ashdown ∞ Mr. James M. Barnewall, Jr. ∞ Mr. John A. Barrett ‘11 Mrs. Anne Battistoni Mr. Thomas J. Becks ‘77 †∞ Br. Dennis J. Bednarz, C.S.C. ∞ Mr. Robert W. Burns ∞ Mr. Thomas P. Carey ∞ Mr. Daniel J. Cavoli ∞ Mr. Patrick L. Chrosniak ‘02 ∞ Mr. Daniel F. Corcoran ‘07 †∞ Mr. Neil H. Corrigan ∞ Mrs. Molly Dantio Mrs. Suzanne Fairfield ∞ Mr. Corey M. Farr ‘12 †∞ Mrs. Colleen M. Fillar ∞ Mr. Michael J. Fink ‘01 ∞ Mr. Kenneth Fischer ∞ Mr. Eric J. Flannery ‘90 ∞ Ms. Laura A. Gallagher Mrs. Sheila A. Gallagher ∞ Mr. Kevin Gardella Mrs. Jolene Gennaro ∞ Mr. John F. Goers ‘78 ∞ Mrs. Desiree Gould ∞ Mr. Liam P. Haggerty ‘02 †∞ Mrs. Zaneta Haikal ∞ Mrs. Lisa Hardin ∞ Mr. Nathan Hardin ∞ Mr. Stewart J. Hering ‘18 †∞ Mrs. Mary Kate Hermann ∞ Mr. Kevin Hickman ∞ Mrs. Lisa Hirzel ∞ Mr. Michael W. Homza †∞ Mr. Timothy J. Isabella ‘88 ∞ Mrs. Caitlin Jayne ∞ Mr. Joseph M. Kasl ‘99 ∞ Ms. Colleen F. Kiely ∞ Ms. Molly King ∞ Mr. Shaun Kinley ∞ Mr. Angelo F. Kortyka ‘98 ∞ Mr. James P. Kubacki †∞ Mr. Richard M. Kubrak ‘07 ∞ Mr. Nicholas Kuhar ∞ Mrs. Beverly J. LaPolla Mr. Matthew D. Levindofske ∞ Mrs. Mo Loesch †∞ Mr. Thomas Lombardo ∞ Mr. Daniel P. Mackin ‘04 ∞ Mrs. Connie Massie Mrs. Emily McGee ∞ Mrs. Maureen McGlynn ∞ Mr. KC McKenna ‘00 †∞

Mr. Garrett McPartland ∞ Mr. Chris Merriman ∞ Mr. Zachary P. Mertens ‘10 ∞ Mrs. Cathleen M. Milowicki ∞ Mr. Paul J. Mocho ‘85 †∞ Mr. Geoffrey A. Morton ∞ Ms. Lydia Munnell ∞ Mr. Donald P. Murphy †∞ Mrs. Amanda Nugent ∞ Mrs. Moira O’Riordan ∞ Mr. Michael Perrins ∞ Mrs. Nicole Pieffer-Barker ∞ Ms. Rose Anne Platek ∞ Mrs. Deborah A. Rada ∞ Lt. Col. Richard A. Rupanovic ‘89, USAF ∞ Hon. John J. Russo ‘83 Mr. Brendan Ryan Ms. Kathy Sanborn Mr. Daniel P. Scanlon ‘95 † Mr. Robert Schenosky † Mrs. Erin Schilf ∞ Mr. Sean Sheridan Mrs. Melissa M. Smith Mr. Thomas Splawski Mr. Paul Stalter ∞

Mr. Matthew Stepnowsky ∞ Mr. Timothy M. Sullivan ‘92 Mr. Timothy Thomas Mrs. Gretchen Toddy Ludwick Mr. Timothy M. Tubbs ∞ Mr. Mark Urban ∞ Mr. L. Greg Urbas †∞ Ms. Kimberly A. Vivolo ∞ Mrs. Jackie Wagner Mr. Daniel P. Wallenhorst ‘04 Mr. Matthew C. Wallenhorst ‘05 Mr. Jim F. Wallenhorst ‘74 * Mr. Michael P. Walsh †∞ Mr. Grant Wanner ∞ Mrs. Lois M. Weaver ∞ Ms. Cari White ∞ Mr. Owen Williams ‘13 †∞ Mr. Michael Yako ∞ Mrs. Traci Zahn ∞ Mrs. Renee Zorger † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

Associate Dean of Student Life & Leadership Matt Wallenhorst ’05 working with students during an immersive mental health awareness workshop.


Dean of Academics Matt Stepnowsky working with IB Diploma students Tommy Victor ’20 and TJ Kwiatkowski ’20

Alumni & Current Students By Class Year St. Edward Alumni selflessly give their time and talent, contributing directly to the success of their Alma Mater. Alumni take great pride in seeing their school excel and they know that their support is crucial to St. Edward’s future. Their generous support during the 2019-2020 school year can be seen on the following pages, demonstrating their belief in a Holy Cross education. By contributing these needed dollars, St. Edward graduates transform the daily life of our Edsmen and their Alma Mater. Class of 1953 Giving Percentage: 18.18% Total Giving: $1,946 Thomas L. Anderson Damon A. Braun ∞ R. K. Breen ∞ Kenneth R. Bruening ∞ Thomas P. Gillespie ∞ H. Philip Heil ∞ William R. McClarnon ∞ William McLaughlin ∞ Roger T. Ostrom Bernard J. Schorle ∞ Edward T. Toth ∞ Mathias J. Wey ∞

Class of 1954 Giving Percentage: 14.41% Total Giving: $112,440 Robert F. Burkhardt †∞ John F. Cabala William D. Clifford ∞

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Kenneth S. Drellishak, Ph.D. Paul P. Filippi †∞ James L. Hauer, Sr. ∞ Daniel J. Holland †∞ David A. Mercer †∞ Donald L. Millington ∞ John F. O’Brien †∞ Thomas V. O’Donnell ∞ Robert L. Radle* ∞ C. W. Stumpf ∞ David T. Webster ∞ Donald C. Winterich

Class of 1955 Giving Percentage: 16.54% Total Giving: $13,876 John D. Anderson Russell J. Banner ∞ Timothy J. Brady James E. Brogan* ∞ John F. Bush ∞ Daniel T. Clancy †∞

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John T. Feighan Richard E. Funk Frank L. Gill ∞ Albert J. Grigsby ∞ Thomas B. Hardy Thomas P. Hatfield James F. Jollay Thomas P. Marcy C. E. Meehan † Tobey A. Murphy ∞ Raymond P. Normile ∞ Thomas R. O’Malley ∞ Douglas P. Roof, Sr. ∞ Joseph A. Schrafel ∞ Donald G. Vassel Robert F. Zunt ∞

Class of 1956 Giving Percentage: 22.99% Total Giving: $21,421 R. C. Andrews †∞ Don E. Baerwalde ∞

Richard R. Bedell ∞ Thomas J. Brennan James L. Caddy ∞ Robert F. Campbell †∞ Gerald M. Cornell ∞ Daniel F. Coughlin †∞ John M. DiPinto ∞ Joseph L. Faust, D.D.S. ∞ David H. Flynn ∞ Terrence A. Gibbons † Thomas R. Hart R. L. Hayton* Maynard L. Isabell ∞ Clifford T. Johnson John S. Karliak Gilbert P. Kenehan J. Kevin Kilbane ∞ Michael J. Koeth Ronald G. Kollar ∞ Vincent K. Lynch James R. Maher W. S. Mahle ∞


John P. McAndrews ∞ Michael P. McCarthy ∞ Dennis J. McGovern ∞ Jerry McKenna Charles E. Moran ∞ Richard J. Moroscak ∞ John E. Murphy ∞ Francis M. O’Neil Thomas J. Prioreschi ∞ William E. Schmitz ∞ William P. Smith ∞ James L. Spuhler ∞ Michael J. Surdy, Jr. ∞ David J. Washington, Sr. ∞ Thomas J. Wasserbauer, M.D. ∞ Ernest S. Zavodnyik ∞

Kenneth J. Moss ∞ John W. Mueller ∞ Frederick S. Previts ∞ William J. Reidy †∞ Jerome E. Rodak ∞ George C. Smith †∞ Eric B. Townsend ∞ James J. Wong

Class of 1959

Giving Percentage: 12.90% Total Giving: $40,600 Michael L. Arber ∞ Robert J. Bump ∞ Michael J. Carlin ∞ Charles W. Davis Lawrence F. Draper ∞ David J. Grace ∞ William T. Hohmann, Sr. ∞ Thomas P. Holland †∞ Kenneth E. Juchem ∞ Kenneth F. Kasl ∞ John J. Kuchinski ∞ Timothy C. Kukla ∞ Martin J. Louis Charles F. MacMillan ∞ Ramiro J. Martinez ∞ Lee T. McCauley ∞ Terrence E. McCormick Terrence J. McGovern ∞ Patrick E. McIntyre †∞ Michael W. McKenna Thomas F. Noonan ∞ John P. O’Boyle ∞ Daniel P. Sauter, Jr. ∞ Robert F. Weyand ∞

Giving Percentage: 18.78% Total Giving: $15,651 Kenneth C. Baerwalde ∞ Timothy A. Barrett ∞ David L. Binder ∞ Robert F. Connole †∞ Robert J. Cummings ∞ Daniel I. Donahue, Jr. ∞ Michael J. Donnelly* George A. Dorenkott, Jr. ∞ Richard Erickson, USA (Ret.) John Gilmore James D. Hickernell James J. Hunt ∞ William E. Keenan ∞ Michael E. Kelly ∞ Joseph B. Kilbane ∞ Dale C. LaPorte †∞ Andrew J. Lawrence ∞ Robert J. Livingston ∞ Francis J. Lovas ∞ Timothy J. McGuire ∞ Daniel J. McIntyre ∞ John F. Nock ∞ Thomas C. Pavlik, Sr. †∞ Gary J. Previts ∞ Anthony C. Rego †∞ Robert J. Retzer ∞ John T. Roddy ∞ Thomas R. Schuman ∞ Richard S. Wenmoth ∞ David E. Wolters ∞ Roy A. Yurick ∞ Richard A. Zeleznak ∞

Class of 1958

Class of 1960

Giving Percentage: 13.22% Total Giving: $112,825 David L. Barnes ∞ Charles E. Barrett ∞ Kevin R. Berichon ∞ Henry B. Block ∞ Michael R. Gareau, Sr. ∞ Kenneth J. Gilson Alan J. Hafley ∞ Vincent C. Hvizda †∞ John C. Kappus Richard M. Kilbane ∞ Robert E. Lavelle, C.S.C. ∞ Carl T. Ludwig ∞ William J. Mazzeo ∞ Timothy W. McCormick †∞ Michael A. Minelli* ∞

Giving Percentage: 15.65% Total Giving: $61,180 Kenneth J. Boll ∞ Stephen B. Braun, Ph.D. ∞ James M. Cain ∞ Kevin B. Coughlin ∞ Thomas A. Cutter †∞ Michael A. Eck ∞ John M. Froehlich Edward J. Gallagher James S. Gardner ∞ Anthony J. Gielty William R. Holton †∞ Charles A. Joeright James T. Joyce ∞ Robert H. Kerner Robert E. Lembach, M.D. †∞

Class of 1957

Mario J. Lombardi ∞ Dennis J. Long ∞ Leslie R. Mazzarella, USAF Emil D. Morrow †∞ Darryl C. Mueller ∞ Robert I. Nestor James E. Niederst Paul W. O’Donnell ∞ Neal R. O’Malley ∞ John A. Pavco ∞ Roger A. Pennycook ∞ William J. Rieke †∞ Roger L. Roalofs ∞ James J. Rybak †∞ Robert S. Sawicki, M.D. ∞ Anthony R. Simeone ∞ James W. Trunk †∞ Donald W. Uebbing † William T. Vogt ∞ Michael J. Zales ∞ James Zucali

Class of 1961 Giving Percentage: 17.02% Total Giving: $24,221 Emery J. Bodnar ∞ Joseph M. Budzar John J. Dacey †∞ Ronald W. Dachtler ∞ Kenneth A. Dayson ∞ Salvatore J. DiNardo John J. Donnelly ∞ Gerald W. Downs ∞ Brian F. Duffy John J. Duffy ∞ Neil E. Dvorak ∞ Thomas J. Gallagher John T. Gilson Rolland L. Johns †∞ Lawrence C. Lanning Terrence J. Madden †∞ James E. Matt ∞ Richard M. Mazur David P. McCann ∞ Lawrence J. McCarthy ∞ Dennis J. McQuaid William T. Murman Albert H. Nugent James S. O’Connor †∞ Michael J. Ondrasek, USAF (Ret.) ∞ Dennis J. Potonic ∞ Charles W. Preto Vernon L. Recker †∞ James J. Repasky, Sr. ∞ Richard L. Rob ∞ John C. Saccany ∞ Lawrence P. Skitzki, C.S.C. Laszlo J. Szabolcs ∞ William H. Thrasher Lawrence J. Van Camp ∞ Dennis J. Weir, D.D.S. ∞ Kenneth J. Weyand

Robert S. Wilson Bernard J. Yun John P. Zaremba, Sr. ∞

Class of 1962 Giving Percentage: 18.75% Total Giving: $39,425 Anonymous James W. Armbruster ∞ Nicholas Belovics, Jr. David H. Brown ∞ Fred C. Buelow ∞ Edward J. Chatlos ∞ David E. Chmielarski ∞ John M. Cuciak ∞ Vincent A. Ebner Joseph E. Fitch, Jr. ∞ James P. Gardner III †∞ George L. Hagedorn Robert Hicks Daniel J. Kagel ∞ Terrence G. Kelly ∞ James F. Kerrigan, Jr. ∞ James E. Lewis ∞ Ralph R. Lichtenberg ∞ Thomas H. List ∞ Donald C. Maar ∞ Daniel M. McChrystal Robert J. Nock ∞ Gary C. Pellman ∞ James J. Prunty Edward J. Ptacek ∞ Robert J. Rice* †∞ Terry L. Ripich †∞ Jerome J. Roche, M.D. ∞ Daniel T. Rosing †∞ James A. Rush, USA (Ret.) ∞ Daniel G. Schmidt ∞ Raymond L. Simmons Lawrence Sinkewich ∞ Francis J. Slife ∞ William A. Stack ∞ Thomas M. Sullivan ∞ Daniel T. Uebbing ∞ John D. Uline ∞ William J. Viancourt

Class of 1963 Giving Percentage: 11.68% Total Giving: $109,351 Paul P. Bobak ∞ David C. Boyce ∞ Thomas C. Boyert ∞ Edward J. Butler Clement E. DeCrane ∞ Joseph I. Dorsey ∞ Arthur A. Frindt ∞ Albert J. Grywalski Colman A. Gulden ∞ † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Thomas C. Howell ∞ Edward J. Kilbane ∞ James R. Kissel ∞ David J. Lang ∞ Laurence J. Lembach, DPM ∞ Alan J. Liskey ∞ James N. Martin ∞ Donald J. Miller Raymond J. Mino ∞ Francis L. Moltz ∞ Charles H. Reisland, Jr. ∞ Victor Sedivec ∞ Walter A. Topa Mark M. Twohig III †∞ Andrew D. Wagner ∞ James M. Walter †∞

Class of 1964 Giving Percentage: 19.51% Total Giving: $367,358 William C. Armbruster ∞ David K. Barcza ∞ Robert J. Barker ∞ Robert P. Beck Dennis J. Brindza ∞ Robert A. Calsin ∞ Donald R. Collins Philip T. DuBois Thomas J. Gable ∞ Walter W. Gibbons Robert D. Hancik Ronald S. Hollo †∞ William R. Kemer A. V. Ketterick †∞ William R. Long ∞ Michael J. Lovas † Brian J. McCann William F. McDonough ∞ Terrence A. McKay ∞ John P. McNulty ∞ Timothy M. Misencik ∞ James E. Mulloy Terrence O’Donnell ∞ Robert F. Osterland ∞ David L. Palisin* John T. Palmer James Pieknik ∞ David K. Plagman ∞ John G. Prunty ∞ John H. Reiss ∞ Alan M. Riegler ∞ Donald K. Schoeplein ∞ Thomas E. Shimko ∞ Charles T. Simon †∞ James Spooner, C.S.C. ∞ James R. Taylor ∞ John A. Tutak ∞ Ernest F. Wachs ∞ Michael J. Ward ∞

Class of 1965 Giving Percentage: 14.34% Total Giving: $40,595 Anonymous

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Michael F. Ahern, USA (Ret.) ∞ Patrick J. Alcox Robert D. Annandale ∞ Robert A. Benko Lawrence J. Blasko ∞ Douglas E. Blayney ∞ George J. Bosl, M.D. †∞ Joseph C. Burke †∞ John J. Conway Thomas F. Corrigan ∞ William F. Daw Robert A. Dickey ∞ David P. Gilronan ∞ Joseph R. Hildebrandt ∞ Ivan T. Hofmann III ∞ James P. Koenig † Martin J. Kokotaylo ∞ James M. Lyons †∞ Robert A. Moskowitz ∞ John R. Needham ∞ Thomas H. Novak ∞ Patrick H. Nugent ∞ John M. Rini Dennis J. Roche †∞ Jay W. Schwarz III James M. Slattery Thomas E. Smeader ∞ Edward B. Sullivan ∞ Jerome M. Sullivan, Ph.D. ∞ Michael H. Swan ∞ Robert L. Thery ∞ Terrance M. Ward Henry A. Wendrowski James A. Winterich

Class of 1966 Giving Percentage: 16.94% Total Giving: $161,793 Michael T. Alcox Ronald T. Bailey ∞ Edward J. Baldzicki Thomas A. Bush ∞ Jeffrey J. Buza ∞ Michael F. Cachat †∞ Michael A. Carlin †∞ Timothy J. Convery James P. Cristino ∞ Thomas R. Dittrich †∞ Kenneth S. Dooley ∞ James W. Feeley ∞ Christopher T. Ferry, Sr. John D. Finlin, Jr. ∞ John J. Fintz ∞ Richard J. Fridrich ∞ Robert T. Friedmann †∞ Thomas E. Glasenapp ∞ Edward J. Guzowski ∞ Peter B. Hannon Donald J. Hart ∞ Edward M. Hatgas †∞ Joseph T. Hilinski †∞ Robert E. Kelley ∞ Dennis M. Kelly Myron R. Klimkowicz ∞

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Michael G. Klyn ∞ J. T. Kocab ∞ Ronald M. Kulikowski ∞ Dennis P. Marquard Thomas J. McConnell †∞ Timothy M. McGlynn ∞ Terrence J. McManamon ∞ Paul R. Mueller Ralph J. Nevel ∞ Richard N. Rosfelder, Jr. Thomas A. Shiban ∞ Thomas J. Smith Robert M. Stepic ∞

Timothy P. Quigley ∞ William J. Reilley James R. Sancin, Sr. ∞ Thomas J. Schilens ∞ Joseph C. Schisano ∞ Paul A. Schraff ∞ Richard P. Shimko Kenneth W. Staab ∞ R. R. Steiner ∞ Gerard J. Volk ∞ Robert J. West ∞ Carl H. Winterich

Class of 1967

Giving Percentage: 12.68% Total Giving: $18,037 Anonymous ∞ (2) Robert B. Bahnij ∞ Joseph A. Baldassarre, D.M.A. Russell R. Butchko Thomas S. Campanella ∞ Terrence W. Corrigan ∞ Martin P. Coughlin Stephen A. Crandall, Sr. ∞ Patrick J. Doheny ∞ James M. Duffy ∞ John A. Gorman ∞ James W. Gregg ∞ Marc C. Haag Kenneth Haders, C.S.C. ∞ Martin T. Higgins ∞ Thomas A. Hildebrandt ∞ Oscar J. Krebs ∞ William J. Leonard †∞ Brian D. Lowery ∞ Terrence J. Palisin Joseph A. Pawlitsch ∞ Joseph R. Petras, Jr. †∞ Frank J. Pikovsky ∞ I. P. Prysiazny ∞ Kevin W. Reynolds ∞ Frank Saggio III ∞ Thomas A. Sheehan III ∞ Gary E. Stephen ∞ Edward J. Straub †∞ Frank A. Tedesco ∞ Bryon J. Vondruska ∞ James F. Weist ∞ Dennis J. Woods ∞ Dennis E. Wrabel ∞

Giving Percentage: 20.00% Total Giving: $67,200 Jay T. Ansberry III †∞ William F. Ante ∞ James P. Barry David A. Beal Paul J. Becka* Richard C. Beercheck ∞ Patrick J. Butler ∞ Kevin M. Byrne ∞ Patrick J. Byrne, M.D. Thomas M. Cahill ∞ Gary L. Calsin Thomas G. Carey, Jr. ∞ Louis J. Cerny, Jr. ∞ Timothy R. Cleary James M. Cooney Raymond P. Coughlin ∞ Michael A. Curtis Scott J. Dickey ∞ Dennis J. Donnelly ∞ David H. Drescher ∞ Robert E. Fatica Michael P. Feighan ∞ Kevin A. Haag †∞ Robert A. Hallahan J. Edward Hannan ∞ Hugo J. Hildebrandt ∞ Lawrence W. Kaiser ∞ Edward J. Kihm ∞ Gregory B. King ∞ Rick M. Koenig Ronald D. Koncal ∞ John T. Lanning ∞ Robert W. Livingston ∞ William E. Mahoney, Jr. Patrick J. McCafferty Regis E. McGann Paul F. McKay ∞ Arthur G. McMahon ∞ William J. Miller, Jr. Paul G. Monkowski ∞ Michael P. Moran ∞ Thomas S. Motsinger ∞ Terrance F. Novak ∞ Joseph P. O’Connor ∞ James B. O’Brien III ∞ Kevin C. O’Malley David J. Pfefferl ∞

Class of 1968

Class of 1969 Giving Percentage: 17.50% Total Giving: $18,715 Brian J. Aylward ∞ John M. Bednar ∞ Donald M. Benko ∞ James J. Bjaloncik Michael S. Blake ∞ Daniel P. Carey James M. Carey ∞ Gary C. Chrusciel †∞ James A. Cochran ∞ James M. Craciun ∞


Mark P. Cupach James R. DeCapite ∞ Michael L. DeChant ∞ John J. Dee ∞ Parris A. Diamond ∞ Martin P. Dugan ∞ George F. Ebenger III ∞ Edward J. Ehrbar ∞ Edward J. Fasko William T. Fayen, M.D. ∞ Daniel P. Gallagher ∞ William L. Hesselton ∞ Charles N. Hirsch ∞ Joseph S. Hochman ∞ James M. Kane ∞ Robert E. Keenan ∞ Timothy J. King ∞ Carl H. Kotheimer ∞ Richard P. Krock ∞ Daniel J. Kroft ∞ William J. Livingston ∞ Richard A. Lockyer ∞ Francis X. McCann †∞ Timothy J. McGinty †∞ James F. McManamon ∞ Timothy P. Myers ∞ Dennis J. O’Malley ∞ Raymond J. Palascak, Jr. ∞ Donald J. Paskert ∞ Bruce G. Pudlock James R. Rosing ∞ Thomas E. Stanton ∞ Scott E. Stewart ∞

Class of 1970 Giving Percentage: 13.19% Total Giving: $156,253 Gerard A. Carleton ∞ Patrick J. Carroll Brian J. Cooney †∞ Mario V. D’Amico Richard R. Frank Dennis P. Gallagher †∞ Kevin F. Gallagher ∞ Stephen G. Gnall David R. Grimmer Daniel P. Hayes Lawrence C. Jansen ∞ Michael Joyce †∞ Daniel P. Kelley Michael G. Kucharson, Jr. ∞ Edwin F. Langhenry, Jr. †∞ James S. Lee ∞ David M. McGuirk †∞ James P. McMahon ∞ Michael M. Migielicz James E. Miller James E. Morrison ∞ Thomas E. Nagel ∞ Phillip C. Navratil †∞ Richard J. Nelson ∞ Daniel J. Neubert ∞ Kevin M. O’Neill ∞ Ronald R. Papajcik

Robert Parker ∞ James M. Petras †∞ Patrick R. Roche ∞ John R. Sekerak, Jr. ∞ Thomas E. Slattery ∞ Benedict J. Sponseller ∞ Timothy J. Stanton ∞ Michael E. Szela ∞ Mark J. Valponi ∞ Michael D. Wrabel ∞

Class of 1971 Giving Percentage: 10.51% Total Giving: $83,070 Anonymous ∞ Daniel J. Briggs ∞ Ronald R. Butchko ∞ Christopher J. Cachat Paul G. Clark †∞ Robert J. Cleary, Jr. †∞ Michael R. Croft ∞ Gary A. DiMario ∞ Allan J. Duber ∞ James E. Emley ∞ Steven J. Famiano †∞ Carl A. Feldkircher Joseph G. Giovanatto William J. Heine ∞ Robert F. Heinrich ∞ Jeffrey L. Keeper ∞ John E. Kiczek †∞ John T. Kozminski ∞ Gregory J. Kroft ∞ Anthony J. Manley ∞ Michael C. Mayer ∞ Timothy M. Merriman ∞ Robert D. Moran, Jr. ∞ Denis P. Murphy James E. Pearce James A. Petz †∞ Vincent A. Prioletti, Jr. ∞ Paul W. Ryan David M. Simon John J. Thomas Wayne D. Traffis ∞

Class of 1972 Giving Percentage: 9.97% Total Giving: $18,534 Joseph P. Bazelides ∞ Mauro P. Bidinost ∞ Dale L. Brinkman Gerald S. Clement Kenneth A. DeCrane †∞ Thomas E. Deegan Sean P. Gallagher ∞ Timothy J. Heppler ∞ Fred V. Jereb, Jr. ∞ Thomas A. Jones ∞ Edmund G. Kary ∞ Daryl J. Kline Paul R. Konys ∞ Michael P. McConnell †∞ Robert F. McConville

Richard J. McGraw, Jr. ∞ Paul D. Miller Daniel A. Muraco ∞ Stephen C. Paspek †∞ Michael T. Quinn William M. Reniff ∞ Kenneth C. Shubeck Ralph T. Skonce, Jr. James J. Strand ∞ John J. Sullivan ∞ James P. Sweeney, Jr. ∞ Thomas B. Tracy ∞ Charles E. Violand ∞ James J. Wagner, Sr. Timothy J. Wallenhorst ∞

Class of 1973 Giving Percentage: 14.39% Total Giving: $78,667 Ronald R. Atkian ∞ Ronald R. Benko* ∞ Francis J. Caine, Jr. ∞ Terrence J. Carrabine ∞ Michael J. Clark John M. Cleary John W. Corrigan Thomas P. DeChant Paul J. Del Vecchio Thomas L. Drescher ∞ Raymond L. Eifel Philip J. English ∞ Dennis R. Ferry James J. Fillar ∞ Eugene R. Fink ∞ Sean C. Gallagher ∞ Paul J. Gemperline ∞ Timothy F. Gibbons Mark A. Hatgas Edward C. Joecken, Jr. ∞ Martin J. Kelly ∞ Gregory M. Kubrak ∞ Kevin M. Lehane ∞ William J. Leimkuehler, Sr. ∞ Donald J. Mac Bride ∞ Christopher J. Markiewicz ∞ Anthony J. Mazzella †∞ David C. McAvoy Patrick J. McGlynn ∞ John G. McNamara ∞ Mark L. Modic, M.D. Charles M. Moran Thomas J. Murphy †∞ David F. Parchem Robert P. Quinn, M.D. ∞ John P. Steele Thomas J. Wallenhorst ∞ Dennis J. Walsh Timothy A. Ward ∞ Paul A. Wasserbauer ∞

Class of 1974 Giving Percentage: 6.38% Total Giving: $24,050 Leozino Agozzino ∞

David J. Briggs ∞ Brian F. Broadbent †∞ Paul A. Eifel ∞ Henry J. Hilow Joseph P. Kolbenschlag ∞ Dominick J. Mamone, Jr. ∞ James P. Marron †∞ Bernard H. McCormick †∞ Timothy M. Needham ∞ Neal E. O’Malley ∞ Mark J. Ondash ∞ Edmund A. Rossman ∞ Albert C. Sammon ∞ Gregory A. Switaj James R. Tanzer Stephen P. Traynor ∞ Patrick J. Walsh ∞ Jim Wallenhorst ’74

Class of 1975 Giving Percentage: 15.15% Total Giving: $273,474 Mark Angelo ∞ John B. Bouhall †∞ Phillip W. Bova ∞ Franklin E. Charvat John J. Curran †∞ John G. Dedinsky, Jr. †∞ Christopher J. Dempsey ∞ Kevin Doran ∞ John D. Fox †∞ Norman A. Fox, Jr. †∞ Steven W. Gall ∞ Bryan M. Gallagher ∞ Jay F. Geib Thomas T. George Sean P. Hennessy †∞ Gregory J. Hildebrandt ∞ Brian J. Hinkel Carl F. Hughes †∞ Michael E. Kahler †∞ Paul G. Kelly Mark A. Kovacs ∞ Paul G. Lange Thomas J. Mackin, Jr. ∞ Patrick A. Malloy Robert L. Mazzarella ∞ Joseph Miketo † John J. Mills, Jr. ∞ James A. Mindek Francis P. Mokris, Jr. ∞ John P. Neubert ∞ Thomas E. Nieberding † John J. Norris †∞ Edward M. Paschke Ronald S. Peyton ∞ John M. Roche Herbert Schilling ∞ Terence X. Stanton Daniel J. Stothard ∞ † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Student Ambassadors greeting families and leading tours at a Fall 2019 Open House.

Joseph A. Sweeney George J. Valco, Ph.D. ∞ Jeffrey L. Wagner ∞ Albert J. Wallenhorst Gregg M. Wasilko †∞ Lawrence M. Weir ∞ James P. Wilkins ∞

Class of 1976 Giving Percentage: 10.00% Total Giving: $73,825 George J. Biltz ∞ Gregory G. Bodnar ∞ Brian P. Brennan David A. Buehner ∞ Herbert Carl ∞ Joseph A. Conway Mark J. Dvoroznak James R. Fayen ∞ Daniel O. Geib †∞ Mark G. Goebl, Ph.D. ∞ Kevin A. Kilbane ∞ Joseph P. Langhenry Edward J. McHugh ∞ James B. Niehaus Anthony J. O’Malley ∞ John B. Parent ∞ Matthew E. Rawlings Mark A. Rhoa, Sr. ∞ Mark S. Switaj

Class of 1977 Giving Percentage: 18.34% Total Giving: $55,332 Anonymous

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Thomas G. Adkins ∞ Thomas J. Becks †∞ James F. Begin Philip J. Bernier, OFM Cap. ∞ Joseph J. Brady James A. Buddie Joseph M. Carlin † William V. Carson, Jr. †∞ John J. Cestaric James R. Cook Brian J. Corrigan ∞ James P. Corrigan, Jr. ∞ Dale R. Danahey Philip P. Divis ∞ Martin P. Eynon Brian P. Finnegan Donald C. Foldesy Gregory J. Fox ∞ Anthony J. Friel Philip J. Geiger †∞ Thomas D. Ginley, D.O. Michael E. Graven ∞ William J. Hayes, D.D.S. Timothy J. Killeen ∞ John D. Leonowich ∞ Michael P. Magvas Anthony T. Margevicius Richard S. Mayer ∞ Brian J. McLaughlin ∞ Timothy J. Patton † Richard M. Rice †∞ Michael R. Rock ∞ John M. Seelie ∞ Kevin P. Sheehan Michael E. Stanek

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T. Michael Tomsik James H. Valentine Donald R. Vavrus John J. Wallenhorst ∞ Joseph W. Wallenhorst William E. Waters, D.D.S. ∞ John C. Weisensell Richard F. Wilber ∞

Class of 1978 Giving Percentage: 16.07% Total Giving: $34,114 Daniel J. Barrett Thomas W. Biltz David Brown Brian P. Carney ∞ John G. Chambers ∞ Brent R. Collins ∞ Mark Condrich Thomas J. Coury †∞ Daniel V. Cusick ∞ Philip E. Dorenkott Anthony Esterwood, M.D. ∞ Edward J. Frantz ∞ Edward M. Fratus Timothy W. Gareau John F. Goers ∞ Brian M. Heffernan ∞ Frank S. Kolencik James R. Lach ∞ Brian P. Martin Martin J. McBride Daniel McCartney John J. McDonnell William G. Newman

Thomas E. Niehaus †∞ David J. Norris Matthew Oddo Daniel G. O’Grady ∞ Geoffrey R. Roche Joseph G. Roth ∞ John P. Schuler Earl J. Schulte III ∞ Paul E. Smith ∞ Daniel P. Tuleta Edward J. Visi Daniel Waitkus Timothy J. Walsh

Class of 1979 Giving Percentage: 14.34% Total Giving: $47,674 Philip J. Babinec Peter E. Brabenec Robert F. Coury Thomas E. Coyne ∞ Timothy N. Curran †∞ Jeffrey J. Ehrbar John A. Elinsky Brian E. Gaul J. T. Gibbons Mark F. Giuliano ∞ Peter J. Greco, M.D. ∞ Mark A. Greer ∞ Seamus G. Hyland Brian P. Jordan ∞ James M. Judge, Jr. Christopher M. Kay ∞ Michael J. Kinkelaar Joseph J. Kowalski


Thomas D. Kueller ∞ James M. Langhenry ∞ Karl M. Lowe ∞ Owen C. McBride †∞ John F. McCaffrey †∞ Patrick M. McGovern Daniel J. McHugh ∞ Robert J. McKinley Daniel F. O’Boyle David O’Callaghan ∞ Terrance J. Ryan Scott R. Simmerly Kenneth A. Smith John A. Stamper ∞ Jeffrey T. Strom James C. Strunk Keith G. Sulzer

Class of 1980 Giving Percentage: 12.87% Total Giving: $124,584 Joseph M. Adams ∞ Michael J. Andrejcak ∞ Andrew M. Beakey John T. Bianco ∞ John R. Cavoli Timothy M. Connolly ∞ Brian J. Conroy Joseph R. Coury Glen E. Danahey ∞ Neal G. Dorenkott Thomas P. Fayen Edward F. Feran John M. Gallagher ∞ Brian Hill ∞ Joseph R. Hiros George P. Joseph ∞ Daniel N. Karliak Patrick G. Lavelle Gary A. Lesjak ∞ Gregg A. Lowe †∞ David L. Mayer ∞ Barry R. McGuire Todd P. McManamon James E. Menger James R. Nieberding Michael E. Norton ∞ Steven E. Orbany Carl J. Pecoraro Steven J. Stakich Stephen R. Switaj †∞ Timothy A. Tabar John R. Tushar Joseph J. Wallison Thomas J. Wasserbauer, Jr. Craig J. Weyers David Wilczewski

Class of 1981 Giving Percentage: 10.03% Total Giving: $47,933 Anonymous ∞ William P. Arnold II Thomas P. Biesiadny ∞

John J. Blanc ∞ Brent D. Clapacs †∞ Joseph P. Conway II ∞ Mark J. Dorenkott, Jr. ∞ Brendan T. Dorsey ∞ Marc R. Dukles ∞ Brent T. Feorene Joseph P. Feran Jorge Gonzalez, Jr. ∞ Kevin F. Graven ∞ Patrick K. Hayes ∞ William F. Heinemann ∞ Brian D. Horning John M. Kahl †∞ Dennis R. Kay Casimir J. Kiel, Jr. ∞ Frank A. Landl ∞ Kenneth J. Luke †∞ Michael D. Mekus ∞ Stephen R. Norris Cornelius J. O’Sullivan, Jr. Thomas G. Otter ∞ William J. Salm, Jr. Scott J. Schraff ∞ Thomas C. VanderLaan Michael P. Waters, D.D.S. †∞

Richard T. Barberic Charles E. Bartsche III Charles Bushley ∞ James A. Chokan ∞ James L. Cleary ∞ David M. Cody Terence K. Condrich ∞ John M. Coury David A. DeFlorentis ∞ Steven G. Frantz Gregory R. Giuliano ∞ Richard C. Johnson James T. Joyce, Jr. ∞ Paul G. Kwiat † Daniel B. Leamon ∞ Patrick N. Lenehan Steven E. Lubowicz Kevin P. Madden John F. Malloy III ∞ Michael K. McIntyre †∞ James F. Nieberding, Ph.D. ∞ John J. Russo Phillip C. Santa ∞ Kenneth M. Seichko Edward J. Viancourt III ∞

Class of 1982

Giving Percentage: 5.76% Total Giving: $28,360 Ronald A. Auletta †∞ William P. Bruening ∞ Timothy P. Connors, USAR ∞ Steven J. Conroy ∞ Matthew J. Coughlin John J. Kane IV Christopher D. Latkovic ∞ David S. Legarth Anthony Lowe Daniel H. Marks ∞ Peter R. Mitchell ∞ Jeffrey M. Quinn ∞ Kevin C. Rochford †∞ John F. Waters

Giving Percentage: 10.90% Total Giving: $74,810 Anonymous ∞ John D. Ardy ∞ John P. Brandmeier ∞ Michael G. Carey ∞ Brian F. Coughlin † Michael R. Coury John E. Cvetic Scott R. Dantio Gregory N. Elinsky †∞ James Heffernan Brian G. Hippler John M. Joyce ∞ William E. Kahl Jeffrey T. Ketterer ∞ Jeffrey R. Lord Joseph R. Manno ∞ Mark J. McLaughlin Kelley F. Moran ∞ Donald N. Ols Robert C. Onacila ∞ Joseph Paydock Richard E. Pietron, Jr. ∞ Matthew P. Rechin James C. Riccardi Charles A. Rini, Jr. †∞ Mark J. Robinson David F. Tracy †∞ Timothy E. Vaughan ∞ Thomas L. Voytko, Jr. ∞

Class of 1983 Giving Percentage: 10.51% Total Giving: $21,275 Joseph E. Alletto

Class of 1984

Class of 1985 Giving Percentage: 32.77% Total Giving: $26,526 Anonymous Paul A. Accordino ∞ Robert A. Adamcik, USN Demetrios J. Alexandrou Regis F. Balaban, Jr. William F. Beno ∞ Peter A. Biltz Ronald E. Boger ∞ Michael V. Bonacci Timothy R. Bouhall Gregory A. Bowers Christopher G. Bulger ∞ Thomas J. Callahan, Jr. David A. Carlin ∞ Gino Caroscio ∞ Brian P. Chambers ∞ Martin J. Clancy †∞

Thomas G. Cooper ∞ Christopher M. Crawford, USA ∞ David A. Crisafi ∞ Scott L. Cupach Michael A. DeBellis Thomas M. Dee Robert E. Dezort ∞ Robert E. Dobrowsky †∞ David S. Drabik Gregory Dubbs ∞ Gregory W. Dubecky ∞ Mark R. Erny Matthew C. Fagan Patrick M. Fergus Michael J. Flowers ∞ Ignatius Gannon George G. Gauamis Scott J. Gerbec ∞ David M. Gould Brian Gregg ∞ Michael J. Grudzien, Jr. John K. Harpst Jeffrey D. Hartzell Earl T. Hunt ∞ Brian M. Kahl Ross J. Keller Chris J. Kennedy Kevin M. Kennedy Christopher C. Kessler Christopher D. Kidd Charles W. Kintner Jeffrey F. Knoblauch Peter C. Kuclo Dean J. Lamb John F. Lenehan ∞ David M. Lewis Charles H. Liggett, Jr. ∞ Patrick M. Livingston ∞ Steven B. Lowe ∞ Thomas J. Lynch Timothy F. Lynsky, Jr. ∞ John T. Macko James L. Madden Richard A. Manson Brian S. Mayle ∞ Daniel J. McLain Patrick R. Michel David P. Misencik Sean P. Mitchell Christopher L. Mobley ∞ Paul J. Mocho †∞ Michael J. Molek Nick R. Neric ∞ Christopher Paydock Michael F. Plzak ∞ Jeffrey J. Powers Patrick M. Preisel Jerome R. Prochko ∞ Richard D. Pulice Scott A. Reisz † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Edwin T. Reyes, D.D.S. John J. Roddy Jonathan H. Ross, D.D.S. Brian W. Rotsaert ∞ Curtis E. Roupe Robert Sanz William J. Sawicki ∞ William T. Schill James H. Seman Brendan J. Sheehan ∞ Phillip A. Singh ∞ Kenneth A. Slaght ∞ Michael S. Somerville James M. Stanton James M. Sutton ∞ Jeffrey A. Tigue ∞ Ronald J. Tippy Geoffrey B. Toney David S. Zentkovich ∞ Michael A. Ziska

Class of 1986 Giving Percentage: 12.36% Total Giving: $64,087 Daniel J. Andrews †∞ Geoffrey A. Belz Kevin M. Biggs ∞ Mark F. Breen †∞ Brian J. Carr John P. Collier Phillip R. Coury Frank DiLalla ∞ Bryan A. Dudash Timothy B. Fagan ∞ Bradley J. Fairfield ∞ Bryan E. Flannery John L. Fortini ∞ James W. Fox †∞ Daniel P. Gaertner † Joseph M. Ginley II ∞ David P. Groudle Jerome J. Kelly, Jr. Douglas R. Kerans ∞ Allen J. Kitchen Thomas W. Lisy III Michael T. Losneck ∞ Christopher E. Margevicius Daniel J. Mitchell Kevin J. Mulgrew Richard G. Poore Peter M. Rancatore, Jr. John J. Reagan William M. Saringer Joseph G. Simonek ∞ Martin T. Smith ∞ Anthony E. Tomkovicz Domenic Vitanza

Class of 1987 Giving Percentage: 14.01% Total Giving: $16,060 Anonymous (2) Timothy J. Andrejcak Michael A. Austin

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Edward J. Baugh, Jr. ∞ Gary G. Bouch, Jr. Sean W. Burke Paul V. Capka ∞ Matthew C. Ciccarello ∞ Bernard W. Conaway, Jr. ∞ Timothy P. Coyne ∞ Mark E. Dailey Sean P. Gibbons ∞ Brian K. Gorris II Christopher M. Hirzel Victor P. Kaiser Russell J. Kasl ∞ Patrick M. Kennedy ∞ Edward J. Lewis James V. Mocho Timothy J. Pauer ∞ Robert T. Pierce Jack Powers Charles R. Redrup, Jr. ∞ Eric B. Reyes William P. Roddy ∞ Douglas S. Roebuck James P. Sammon Louis M. Scavnicky Scott A. Setta ∞ Shujat A. Shah Ronald J. Tallon, Jr. Timothy A. Tomkovicz Michael J. Uline ∞ Robert L. Wilson II Thomas Wojtkun †∞

Class of 1988 Giving Percentage: 29.96% Total Giving: $18,823 Todd A. Ashdown ∞ Ahmad Assad ∞ John D. Aylward Michael A. Bartelme Anthony D. Battaglia Paul S. Beckwith Ronald Bencivengo Daniel J. Blaskovic Jake Blaskovic ∞ Mark R. Blum Thomas C. Bowman David R. Brown Thomas G. Bush ∞ Christopher J. Butler ∞ John D. Caldwell Kevin F. Callahan Peter T. Campbell Michael J. Casement Thomas R. Chunat Timothy F. Costello Patrick J. Cotter Edward B. Coyne Kevin P. D’Arcy ∞ Dan Dedic Anton F. Doskocil Daniel J. Enovitch, Jr. Kevin E. Ferry Thomas J. Fraser

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Tony C. Gorris †∞ Michael A. Graves Brian E. Haas Kevin F. Hayes ∞ Matthew R. Hostelley Tony V. Hunt David T. Hydock Timothy J. Isabella ∞ Mario G. Izzo Robert F. Kay Sean P. Kearns David M. Kelly Neil J. Kelly Dennis S. Kokoskie ∞ Michael A. Konopka Todd A. Krupa Thomas M. Lally Kevin R. Lardie ∞ Kenneth W. Latkovic Christopher J. Lieb Christopher J. Malloy Patrick J. Malloy Patrick J. McFadden Thomas J. McGinty Timothy J. McNamee Frank P. Mohar David J. Moll William J. Mountcastle Christopher J. Noga John P. Pastirik Miklos G. Peller Angelo N. Ritson Brett A. Schwelgin James S. Sekerak Mark J. Sims Louis A. Slesinger Joseph M. Smith Craig M. Stolarski David W. Tintelnot Lee C. Zannoni

Class of 1989 Giving Percentage: 6.85% Total Giving: $8,355 Brian M. Blayney ∞ Michael R. Gareau, Jr. Daniel E. Hargis ∞ Thomas A. Harrison, Jr. ∞ Timothy R. Hirzel ∞ James M. Jeffers ∞ Dean M. Jenne Scott A. Meisinger Jamie W. Puchmeyer ∞ Sean C. Reitz ∞ Richard A. Rupanovic, USAF ∞ Joseph F. Rutkowski †∞ Richard A. Sabec, Jr. Steven M. Thompson Stephen M. Toomey II John A. Turk ∞ Daniel A. Zahn, Jr. ∞ Richard T. Zint

Class of 1990 Giving Percentage: 10.99% Total Giving: $197,259 Michael P. Brian ∞ Daniel T. Fagan ∞ Eric J. Flannery ∞ Anthony Fragapane ∞ Robert J. Ganz †∞ Daniel M. Gibbons ∞ Mario C. Giganti Michael J. Glasstetter ∞ Kenneth M. Hill ∞ David J. Keehan †∞ Brad W. Kostka Brian M. Lavelle Brian D. Marita ∞ W. A. Millson Patrick J. Mulloy Kenneth H. Nahrstedt ∞ Christopher W. Urban James F. Zammikiel Robert A. Zaremba ∞ Gary E. Zetts

Class of 1991 Giving Percentage: 7.48% Total Giving: $31,825 Anonymous Timothy P. Ansberry Blacque D. Clement ∞ Jeffrey R. Czajkowski ∞ Michael C. Diamond ∞ James E. Kennedy ∞ James D. Mericsko Kevin M. Patterson ∞ Richard C. Straub, Jr. ∞ Michael J. Sweeney Keith A. Twiggs †∞

Class of 1992 Giving Percentage: 7.69% Total Giving: $6,670 Andrew N. Baszuk Christopher A. Breninghouse Robert M. Brett ∞ Edward J. Daugherty David V. Hitsman ∞ Nicholas M. Lisco, Sr. Daniel McTaggart ∞ Jason Mielke Thomas A. Mocho ∞ Daniel P. Nocella ∞ Douglas Peluso †∞ Timothy M. Sullivan Bryan Szloh ∞

Class of 1993 Giving Percentage: 7.24% Total Giving: $9,592 Robert E. Cahill ∞ David C. Costin Robert S. Hatta Terence E. Huber ∞ Thomas M. Kelley


The St. Ed’s Trash Talkers perform for prospective families at a Fall 2019 Open House.

Kevin J. McFadden ∞ Franklin L. McGee ∞ Michael R. O’Boyle Frank W. O’Linn, Ed.D. †∞ Christopher M. Ostrom David A. Topa, M.D.

Class of 1994 Giving Percentage: 5.26% Total Giving: $2,775 Ryan D. Branon Brian E. Butkowski Patrick J. Duffy ∞ Michael P. Graham ∞ Benjamin J. Hatta Kenneth A. Kleinhenz Brendan D. McGlynn Scott C. O’Neill Louis H. Thomas

Class of 1995 Giving Percentage: 7.29% Total Giving: $19,734 Michael W. Corrigan †∞ Thomas M. Cupach ∞ Craig A. Dobransky ∞ Charles E. Downing III ∞ Paul M. Fredrick ∞ Jason E. German † Jose L. Gonzalez ∞ Benjamin S. Halasz ∞ Daniel M. Homza Terry D. King Brian M. Kus ∞ Robert S. Ostrom, Jr. Daniel P. Scanlon † Sush S. Torgalkar †∞

Class of 1996 Giving Percentage: 17.19% Total Giving: $5,565 Anonymous ∞ Michael A. Boss Daniel C. Breninghouse ∞ Norberto Colon Matthew J. Fillo Nathan D. Gunsch ∞ Timothy N. Hollo ∞ James V. Hronek III Michael J. Joecken Michael F. Keating ∞ Mark M. Madden Patrick J. McGowan Seamus J. McMahon ∞ John S. Megyimori Jeffrey T. Mielke Thomas M. Mills Patrick L. O’Malley ∞ Paul R. Rothgery ∞ Jeffrey P. Straka ∞ Zachary D. Thompson Jason R. Votruba ∞ Christopher A. Wilgus

Class of 1997 Giving Percentage: 7.38% Total Giving: $14,304 Eric L. Dorenkott ∞ Matthew H. Frank ∞ Patrick T. Gallagher †∞ Brian M. Gilmore Jeffrey E. Harper James W. Kerrigan Ryan A. Kozak Kevin M. May ∞

Timothy F. Roberts ∞ John E. Slyman †∞ Matthew M. Stanek

Class of 1998 Giving Percentage: 7.57% Total Giving: $4,576 Christopher A. Barile David A. Boss ∞ Erik A. Breunig Matthew C. Burke ∞ Michael P. Cachat Matthew Davies Andrew J. Deak, D.M.D. Matthew Falk ∞ Branden J. Kaczay Ryan D. Kinley Angelo F. Kortyka ∞ Evan F. Novak ∞ Timothy G. Pellman ∞ Kurt A. Wagner

Dominic J. Litten Matthew M. Moennich Matthew A. Rispoli Michael T. Simiele ∞ Jonathan D. Tabar Mark R. Vyvoda Jason E. Ziga

Class of 2000 Giving Percentage: 6.90% Total Giving: $6,532 Raoul J. Aponte Joseph D. Coughlin † Mark V. Jayne Brett T. Kirwan ∞ Christopher J. Manley Corey L. May KC McKenna †∞ Zachary A. Schweda Christopher B. Sugalski, USA Mark G. Walters ∞

Class of 1999

Class of 2001

Giving Percentage: 10.70% Total Giving: $5,909 Anonymous ∞ (2) Brian T. Ansberry ∞ Nicholas P. Barile Michael P. Bodmann Ryan C. Burke Francis L. Casey III Matthew G. Fussner Thomas B. Henderson Ryan M. Hollo Nicholas M. Hudak ∞ G. J. Hussney † Joseph M. Kasl ∞

Giving Percentage: 7.61% Total Giving: $3,275 Anonymous Raphael N. Carranza † John P. Coughlin Michael J. Fink ∞ Kevin E. Joecken Adam D. Kolick ∞ Carl J. Mazzone Matthew C. McGowan † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Robert F. Nugent Joseph R. Smith Eric R. Swanson †∞ Robert W. Voltz, Jr. ∞ Donald J. Vondruska Raymond P. Webber

Class of 2002 Giving Percentage: 7.19% Total Giving: $2,665 Daniel C. Burke Patrick L. Chrosniak ∞ Michael F. Coughlin Mark T. Dougherty ∞ Michael J. Farrell ∞ Neil A. Frohnapple Liam P. Haggerty † Bradd A. Hout Peter J. Kahler Michael D. Pierce Joseph M. Raffay Johnathon M. Taylor ∞

Class of 2003 Giving Percentage: 2.14% Total Giving: $430 Brian B. Fischer Matthew W. Palascak ∞ Brandon F. Vulpitta ∞ Matthew R. Yankow Evan R. Zaletel

Class of 2004 Giving Percentage: 37.76% Total Giving: $6,901 Anonymous Joseph M. Baddour Steven T. Bartley Timothy M. Beutler Brandon J. Brys Bradford J. Cake Marc D. Carranza David A. Cleveland, Jr. James M. Cocita, Jr. John-David C. Corr Brian G. Crisan Christopher J. Cullen John J. Curran Gerardo J. Davis Jeffery K. Ebner John V. Fababe Jared T. Faiella William G. Finn Patrick R. Finnegan Nicholas J. Flick Eric M. Foster Peter G. Friedmann Devin R. Gallagher Adam P. Grady Brian C. Graney Bradford C. Guthrie Robert A. Hatszegi

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John M. Hmel Zachary J. Karl Martin J. Kelly Chris C. Kettel Jeffrey A. Kohler Sean H. Kolwicz Joseph A. Konyesni Robert K. Kuhn ∞ Mark H. Kurtz Edwin F. Langhenry III Nicholas J. Lembach Matthew T. Long Travis C. Lydon Daniel P. Mackin ∞ Albert P. Madsen Stephen R. Mann Ryan J. Marando Conor P. Martin Ryan J. Mayer Daniel C. McGoun Christopher J. Miller Joshua D. Minko Christopher T. Moore Kyle L. Nelson Christopher J. Niehaus Joshua D. Nugent ∞ Sean P. O’Reilly Mitchell D. Podsiadlo Brendan F. Reynolds ∞ Jared T. Rice Andrew W. Ruda Alexander L. Rychlik Christopher A. Schwarber Brenton W. Simonson Scott D. Snider Daniel J. Spath Anthony J. Spooner David B. Stephens Edward S. Thomas, USMC Andrew G. Tima Nicholas J. Utrata Phillip A. Vedda III Daniel P. Wallenhorst George C. Wan Kevin A. Ward, D.M.D. Anthony P. Wasilewski Mark W. Wollenberg

Class of 2005 Giving Percentage: 6.49% Total Giving: $2,791 Anonymous ∞ Matthew T. Altieri Donald K. Benko Kristopher A. Brown Brandon J. Cook Bryan R. Gacka Joseph A. Kleinsmith ∞ Michael J. Layton Louis A. Primozic Paul E. Rawlings Michael P. Sofka

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Class of 2006 Giving Percentage: 4.05% Total Giving: $11,230 James V. Cupedro, Jr. Mark F. Dvoroznak Aseem N. Garg Sean D. Martin Carmen D. Pescatrice Charles P. Roach Christopher M. Rouchard

Class of 2007 Giving Percentage: 6.67% Total Giving: $4,831 Joseph E. Beutler Daniel P. Carlin Daniel F. Corcoran †∞ Spencer P. Dieken Benjamin M. Gavel ∞ Patrick R. Hayes Kaleb E. Kaschalk ∞ Richard M. Kubrak Robert J. Medve † Robert W. Paskert Benjamin R. Rios James J. Tusick Andrew D. Urban

Garrett T. Marsilio †∞ Zachary P. Mertens ∞ Patrick J. Murray Alexander C. Nixon Michael P. Ols Matthew S. Skowronski ∞ Kevin J. Vogel

Class of 2011 Giving Percentage: 5.29% Total Giving: $1,590 John A. Barrett Francis J. Conroy ∞ Kyle F. Edelbauer ∞ Tobias J. Frohlich ∞ Ralph A. Holtzhauser ∞ Timothy J. O’Brien Daniel W. O’Sullivan Connor F. Roth ∞

Class of 2012 Giving Percentage: 4.81% Total Giving: $4,500 Anonymous † Christopher P. Connors †∞ Logan E. Fahey Corey M. Farr †∞ Daniel P. Gaertner, Jr. Brian Malloy ∞ Thomas R. Manning ∞ Ryan C. Milowicki ∞ John R. Seelie ∞ James F. Vogel ∞

Class of 2008

Class of 2013

Giving Percentage: 4.29% Total Giving: $4,233 Shaun J. Byrnes ∞ Timothy S. Cash ∞ Christopher Cooper, Jr. ∞ Joseph P. Grace III Scott J. Luke ∞ Cory J. Martinson Michael T. Nieberding † Joseph A. Palascak ∞ Benjamin J. Szweda †∞

Giving Percentage: 4.26% Total Giving: $1,445 Mark R. Cleary Francis J. Dettore Schenkelberg Colin P. Heffernan Mitchell W. Moran ∞ Cornelius J. O’Sullivan III Trevor W. Sherrard †∞ Kyle C. Wasil Owen Williams †∞ Thomas J. Zingalis

Class of 2009 Giving Percentage: 1.56% Total Giving: $545 Michael P. Carroll Rhett J. Cash Nicholas G. Slogik ∞

Class of 2010 Giving Percentage: 6.56% Total Giving: $3,525 Anonymous ∞ Daniel A. Assad Kevin M. Carlin Stephen M. Gacka † Timothy K. Lehane ∞

Class of 2014 Giving Percentage: 5.35% Total Giving: $1,240 Ryan D. Boey Joseph C. Conroy ∞ Kevin P. Coyne Patrick J. Darby ∞ J. Fergus Gallagher ∞ Thomas B. Kubrak ∞ John M. Schroeder † Dylan P. Setta ∞ Antonio Vuyancih ∞ Kevin C. Zingalis


Class of 2015 Giving Percentage: 2.24% Total Giving: $870 Andrew J. Copa ∞ Mason R. DeAnna Adam J. Kelley ∞ Collin P. Mitchell Nicholas S. Sherrard †∞ Shea D. Solmos †

Class of 2016 Giving Percentage: 6.01% Total Giving: $2,525 Liam P. Coyne Max T. Giuliano ∞ Adam T. Goecke †∞ Nicholas R. Kinzel †∞ Bradley J. Leonowich ∞ Nathan P. Lizanich ∞ Michael R. May, Jr. †∞ Andrew S. Pace †∞ Charles G. Plzak ∞ Christopher J. Sekerak Nicholas A. Taylor Kyle J. Warren ∞ Daniel A. Zahn III †∞

Class of 2017 Giving Percentage: 2.59% Total Giving: $650 Joseph T. Cotner Joshua F. Hoffman ∞ Elliot R. Madison Stephen K. O’Sullivan Luke M. Seelie ∞ Thaddeus M. Zint

Class of 2018 Giving Percentage: 4.04% Total Giving: $1,925 James E. Betsill †∞ John F. Brancatelli ∞ Grant B. Gutchall Stewart J. Hering †∞ Matthew C. Jammal Parker J. Kaesgen † Patrick J. Kennedy ∞ Leonard V. Vesely ∞ Dylan S. Zsigray †∞

Class of 2019 Giving Percentage: 19.16% Total Giving: $1,741 Alexander J. Abramczyk ∞ Connor R. Balint ∞ Kevin J. Bem ∞ Blake T. Berkowitz ∞ David M. Boepple ∞ Patrick M. Boddy ∞ Timothy M. Cannon ∞ Liam D. Chambers †∞ Thomas J. Coury III ∞

Jimar N. Curry ∞ John G. Dempsey ∞ C. Brady Foutz ∞ Mark A. Gaertner ∞ Jack M. Gareau ∞ Nicholas S. Guagenti ∞ Alex I. Hauptman ∞ Luke T. Haymond ∞ Caleb J. Herring ∞ Matthew M. Hoffman ∞ Scott N. Johnson ∞ Brett A. Kayser ∞ Christopher M. Kidwell ∞ Charles F. Kirkholder ∞ Owen H. Lisac ∞ Jack M. Loesch ∞ Ethan H. MacDowell ∞ Maximilliam J. Maline ∞ Spencer B. Marinac ∞ Samuel D. Marshall ∞ Corey V. Mattson ∞ Jared A. McCullah ∞ Rami B. Moussa ∞ Brendan M. Ours † Sean M. Patterson ∞ Justin R. Planovsky ∞ William H. Seibert ∞ Joseph M. Spellacy ∞ Richard C. Straub III ∞ John J. Swansinger ∞ Curtis M. Treska ∞ Aaron T. Twardzik ∞ James C. Welch ∞ Dylan C. Wright ∞

Class of 2020

Giving Percentage: 50.63% Total Giving: $22,735 The Class of 2020 Matthew O. Baker Aidan R. Blakely Colin M. Bocan Jacob M. Bornhorst Liam T. Brian Michael P. Bubna Christopher W. Burrell Thomas R. Byrne Douglas T. Camp Adam B. Caroscio Eamon F. Carr Dean A. Cashmere Ronan C. Chambers Zachary B. Chatmon Timothy J. Costello Sean E. Coughlin Garret B. Cowdery Jonathan M. Cupak Felipe Davila III Daniel P. Donovan Jack L. Dougher Avery J. Dzurko Mark G. Ezaki

Connor J. Fairfield William E. Fink Cameron M. Foutz John T. Fox Jaden K. Frimpon-Afful Michael J. Garcar Liam G. Gerheim-Gladden Jacob N. Gibson Thomas J. Girgash III Kyle D. Gluck Nathan E. Grabowski Patrick V. Greenhill John F. Ham, Jr. John R. Hanrahan Mason C. Heben Andrew J. Hoffman James P. Hurst Tyler T. Incorvaia Coleman R. Isner Ian M. Jones Xavier G. Jones Chase W. Justice Brian J. Kilbane, Jr. Conor E. Kilbane Garrett J. Kirkpatrick Daniel J. Kress Sean R. Lavelle Zachary M. Levindofske Aidan D. Lindway Steven D. Logan, Jr. Brayden C. Makar Tyler A. Maluk Michael J. Manning Javar T. Marks Zachary T. Maxey Gavin B. McDonough Ian B. McGiveran Jackson J. McKeigue Fitzpatrick J. Metzger Emmett P. Moher Zachary D. Molseed Miles L. Monnette John K. Nahrstedt Maxwell O. Nepomuceno Jackai M. Nichols Daniel J. Nieberding William M. Ollerton Conor P. O’Malley Alex J. Ortiz Devin J. Pelley Robert J. Pierce Jeffrey J. Pietrowski, Jr. Hudson F. Poole Garrett J. Profancik Nekale A. Przybylski Joshua W. Pulizzi Brennan L. Rains Nathan M. Redden Robert J. Riley Christopher J. Ringfield Carlos A. Rodriguez III Logan J. Rotz

Alexander J. Ruffing Grant R. Saringer Matthew J. Savoy Colin J. Schilf Ezekiel P. Schmiedl Jacob T. Scott Matthew T. Shanahan Nathan J. Simon Nathaniel C. Simon Logan J. Sindone Aidan M. Skinner Ian E. Small Matthew T. Smith Benjamin A. Smyser John H. Stalla Jordan D. Stevens Nathan E. Stuart Kyle D. Sullivan Sachin D. Suri Joseph G. Szekely Darius Taghizadeh Gavin B. Tarler Nicholas W. Thompson Hunter V. Wagner Thomas L. Walden Joseph C. Williams Joseph J. Zacharyasz Cade S. Zielinski Charles V. Zingalis

Class of 2021 James C. Black, Jr. John P. O’Sullivan

Class of 2022 Adam T. Mocho Nicholas K. Roshkowski

Class of 2023 Leo J. Loesch Thomas R. Loesch

† Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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ANNUAL REPORT SPOTLIGHT:

THE CLASS OF 2020 The graduating Class of 2020 could easily go down in St. Ed’s history for the devastating effects the COVID-19 pandemic imposed on the final months of their Senior year. However, there is another side to this class’s story; a brighter, more positive ending that is based on 700+ days of high school that were filled with “great memories, tremendous accomplishments, and making lifelong friendships,” as noted in a letter written to the Class of 2020 by the five Man of the Year candidates, Gabe Beaver, Connor Fairfield, Coleman Isner, Michael Manning, and Brennan Rains. Not only did the Class of 2020 share a special bond, but they have already made a unique and memorable class gift: funding the new St. Edward High School sign in the front of the school. In addition to their generous class gift, they also par ticipated in the Senior Pledge with their first Annual Fund gifts to the school, coming away with the largest percentage of giving to the Annual Fund this year at 51%. Clearly even a pandemic could not break the bonds of brotherhood that this class has forged. Read on for more about this amazing story of spirit, leadership, and philanthropy. SPECIAL CLASS Matt Wallenhorst ‘05, Associate Dean of Student Life and Leadership, noted that his dad and legendary St. Ed’s faculty member, Jim Wallenhorst ‘74, always gave a “welcome to St. Ed’s” speech to the new freshmen, and he would tell each class that they had the potential to add to the rich history of St. Ed’s greatness. Man of the Year for the Class of 2020, Michael Manning, remembers the speech. “One of the first things that Mr. Wallenhorst said to us in class was that we could be the greatest class, and because he said it, we took it pretty seriously; we believed we could become the best class.” Right before graduation, Michael said he learned that Mr. Wallenhorst told this to all the classes, but it didn’t matter ; “it resonated more with our class, and we took it more to hear t.” Matt Wallenhorst went on to explain, “My dad knew that the seeds were planted with the freshmen. He believed that if they do well as freshmen, they will do well as upperclassmen. The good classes were the ones that worked together. The sports teams and ar ts programs always have a call to excellence, but to be a great class, you have to merge all the different entities to work together, from the teams, to the ar ts, to the student ministers, etc. Students will always remember the extra-curriculars that they participated in, but when they think of other memories, like the rallies and Homecoming or student sections, that involves Eds22

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men from all different groups working together.” The focus for the Class of 2020 leadership was not just on their class. Michael Manning, who was active in the Cross and Anchors Society says, “One of the biggest things we did was think about the future, and try to include the underclassmen class officers in our decision making in order to give them the experience of what it was like to lead rallies and Homecoming committees. We wanted them to know what to do before they got there as upperclassmen.” Dan Mackin ‘04, Director of Admission, who worked with the Class of 2020 during their first three years while in his former position at the school, says, “I will never forget the incredible perseverance and spirit of the St. Edward Class of 2020. This group bonded immediately when they first arrived on campus during the Night at the Nest in the fall of 2016. That closeness and care for each other allowed for them to remain connected even when forced to be apart. Their presence on social media during the quarantine was inspiring and provided daily joy and levity to all within the St. Edward Community.” As the 68th graduating class from St. Ed’s, their list of accomplishments is impressive. Banners hung around the Br. James Everett, C.S.C. Stadium on the evening of graduation paid tribute: 2018 State Football Champions, Science Olympiad 4 x State Qualifier, Marching Eagles 4 x State Qualifier, Trash Talkers win Best Parade Float, ’Forest City Blues’ accepted into Cleveland International Film Festival, Two National Merit Finalists and Six Commended Scholars, CAMVETS, COVID-19 Hackathon, Wrestling 3 x State Dual Champions, Basketball – 2 Final Four Appearances, 1 Elite Eight, and the list goes on. The strength and resiliency of the Class of 2020 was tested like no other, and these Edsmen went beyond the academic, athletic, and ar t arenas and found unique and special ways to leave St. Ed’s better than they found it.

Man of the Year Michael Manning ’20


2020 is noted in the 2019-2020 Annual repor t with 51% par ticipation, the highest percentage of giving for any Alumni Class. (Wor th noting, the Class of 2019, which was the first class to par ticipate in a Senior Pledge, stepped up again this year, landing their class in a solid 9th place.) This record-breaking Annual Fund commitment is a testament to the Class of 2020 and their love for and loyalty to the school; but the Class of 2020 did not stop there.

Emmett Moher ‘20

SENIOR PLEDGE The Senior Pledge program started with the Class of 2019. “We continually want to educate students about giving back and create an awareness of the importance of philanthropy,” says Traci Zahn, Director of Development. “It is all about par ticipation, and not about the amount of the gift. Every gift matters. By giving what is personally generous to them, everyone can make a difference.” The Senior Pledge program asks the graduating class to make an initial Annual Fund gift in honor of their class year ($20.20 this year) but also asks them to pledge out $10 a year for four years. “Consecutive year giving is impor tant in maintaining a strong Annual Fund. Helping our young Alumni create a habit of giving now will benefit St. Ed’s long into the future,” says Traci. A Senior Pledge presentation was planned for this past April. Then, COVID happened. “Honestly, it felt awkward to ask the students to make their first Annual Fund gift to the school when so much had been taken away from them,” said Traci. This is when she sought the guidance of the five Man of the Year candidates. “We felt it was more about the 700+ days that they spent together as Edsmen versus the last six weeks that they were not together the way they should have been. We knew that the Class of 2020 would want to pledge their suppor t.” The five Man of the Year nominees drafted a letter to their class and the class responded. The Class of

CLASS GIFT Every class takes on the goal of fundraising for their Prom at the end of their senior year. Funds are used to pay for the many expenses associated with this special night, including the site, catering, after prom, etc. When the pandemic forced the 2020 Prom to be rescheduled and then cancelled altogether, the Class Officers saw an oppor tunity to help the school and leave their mark at St. Ed’s. Cole Meredith, Student Body Class Secretary, says, “When everything started happening with the virus, and with our senior year getting cut short, we wanted to cement a way that we could leave a lasting legacy at St. Ed’s. We started talking to Mr. Wallenhorst about ways that we could do that. We found out that a new sign was needed up front, and people drive by this sign every single day. Now when they see it, they will remember the Class of 2020.” The new school sign is a showpiece that those traveling Detroit Avenue see daily, a symbol of our Holy Cross identity, and a photo destination at graduation and throughout the seasons. Thank you to the Class of 2020 for this gift to the school as we enter our 71st year of college-preparatory Holy Cross education. Overall, the Class of 2020 could not escape the collision course that their class had with the occurrences in world history. However, they found a way to leave their legacy. Their quest to be the greatest class is an inspiration to future classes, and a bond that they will have for life, as stated in the St. Ed’s motto, “it’s not just four years, it’s forever.”

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Alumni Parents, Grandparents, & Friends The St. Edward Community extends its appreciation to those individuals who feel especially close to the school and who appreciate the value of an education in the Holy Cross tradition. We thank our alumni parents, grandparents, and friends who have generously supported the school during the 2019-2020 fiscal year and who continue to make a difference in the lives of our young men. Anonymous ∞ (9) Ms. Wendy Harbaugh and Mr. David Abramczyk ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Adamo ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James R. Aerni Mrs. Anne Agozzino Mr. and Mrs. Leozino Agozzino ‘74 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Alexander Mr. John P. Allen ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Alletto ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Andrejcak ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Andrews ‘56 †∞ Mr. Mark Angelo ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ansberry III ‘67 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. William P. Arnold II ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Ashdown ‘88 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Austin Dr. Patricia Radigan and Dr. Michael F. Bahntge ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Baker Mrs. Elaine M. Bakos ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Barath ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Barberic ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Barnewall, Jr. ∞ Ms. Rosanne Barnhart ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John C. Barno Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Barrett ‘58 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Barrett ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartholomew ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bartsche III ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Randy Battistoni Mr. and Mrs. David A. Beal ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Hilary F. Beatrez ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beaudry Mr. Robert P. Beck ‘64 Mrs. Patricia Becka ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Becks ‘77 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Benko ‘69 ∞ Mrs. Mary A. Benko Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Beno Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Berkowitz Ms. Kathleen M. Berry Mr. and Mrs. David M. Betsill †∞ Ms. Anita Armon Beverly Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Biery ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Biggs ‘86 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher A. Birmingham ∞ Mr. and Ms. George V. Blaha Rev. John J. Blazek, C.S.C. ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Blum ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Bobal ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Boddy ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Bodle ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Boepple Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Bosley III ∞ Ms. Margaret Bourguignon Ms. Kathryn Boyd ∞

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Boyer Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Brabenec ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Brady ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Brady Ms. Gail L. Glamm and Mr. Anthony Brancatelli ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William D. Branon Mr. and Mrs. Jason Bratten ∞ Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Breen ‘53 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Brennan †∞ Mr. and Mrs. R. Lawrence Bridge †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Briggs ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy S. Brimus ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Brindza ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James E.* Brogan ‘55 ∞ Ms. Brenda Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Buck ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David A. Buehner ‘76 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Burke ‘65 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bushley ‘83 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Butchko ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Buza Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Byrne ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Byrne ∞ Ms. Robin R. Ratliff and Mr. Stephen J. Byrne, Jr. ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Byrnes Ms. Lauren Cachat Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cachat ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Caja ∞ Ms. Grace Caliguire Ms. Desiree Caliguire-Maier ∞ Mr. Kevin F. Callahan ‘88 Ms. Lenore E. Campana Dr. and Mrs. John E. Cann Mr. and Mrs. Gerard A. Carleton ‘70 ∞ Dr. Susan Carlin and Mr. Michael A. Carlin ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Carlin ‘57 ∞ Mrs. Kathleen Carrick Ms. Megan Carroll Hon. and Mrs. Patrick J. Carroll ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Cash Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Chambers †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Chambers ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Chambers, Jr. Ms. Shirley A. Chambers ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Chatlos ‘62 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James A. Chokan ‘83 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John D. Chunuk Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Chura ∞ Mrs. Mary E. Chura ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell A. Ciccarello ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ciepiel Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Clancy ‘85 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Clark


Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Clark ∞ Moira and Rich Clark Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Clement ‘72 Ms. Margaret M. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Reeves P. Cochran ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John P. Collier ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Collins ‘64 Ms. Jennifer Ontko and Mr. Bernard W. Conaway ‘87 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark Condrich ‘78 Mr. Ross J. Conforto ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Connolly ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Conroy ‘84 ∞ Mr. Joseph P. Conway II ‘81 ∞ Mr. James R. Cook ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Cool Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Copa ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James G. Cordiak ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Corrigan ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. Corrigan, Jr. ‘77 ∞ Mr. Neil H. Corrigan ∞ Mrs. Mary Ann Corrigan-Davis Mr. and Mrs. Todd Coryea Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Cotner ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James F. Coufalik ∞ Mrs. Cynthia H. Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Coughlin ‘56 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Coughlin ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Coury ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Coury ‘78 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Coyne ‘87 ∞ Hon. and Mrs. William J. Coyne Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Crampton †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Crandall, Sr. ‘68 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David A. Crisafi ‘85 ∞

Mr. Michael R. Croft ‘71 ∞ Mrs. Nancy B. Croft Mr. Keith Cromer ∞ Mrs. Maureen Crowley Mr. and Mrs. William M. Crute ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Csongei Mr. John J. Curran* ∞ Mr. John J. Curran ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cutter ‘60 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John E. Cvetic ‘82 Mrs. Marilyn Cvetic Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Danahey Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Dantio ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Darby ∞ Mrs. Trudy Day ∞ Mrs. Elizabeth J. DeChant Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. DeChant ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. John G. Dedinsky, Jr. ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dee ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Deike Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Del Vecchio ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. D’Ettorre ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dezort ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Diamond ‘91 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dobrowsky ‘85 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Dorenkott, Jr. ‘81 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Dorsey ‘63 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Will J. Dowell, Jr. Mr. Stanley C. Drabik Mr. and Mrs. John D. Draves ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Duber ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John J. Duffy ‘61 ∞ Ms. Kathleen Dugan and Mr. John Delzani Mrs. Barbara Durkin ∞ † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

The St. Edward Football team storming the field, ready to win.


Mrs. Mary Lou Durkin Mr. Robert Durkin Mr. and Mrs. Kevin A. Durst Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Dvoroznak ‘76 Mrs. Diane K. Dzurec Mr. and Mrs. Kurt F. Edelbauer ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Egan ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Eifel ‘74 ∞ Mr. Richard G. Ellis Mr. Huan Y. Eng Ms. Cat English Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. English ‘73 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. English Mr. Mark R. Erny ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald V. Estes Mr. and Mrs. James R. Evard Mr. Christopher Everett Mr. and Mrs. John H. Eyerman, Jr. Ms. Wendy Fairfield Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Famiano ‘71 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Fasko ‘69 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Faust ‘56 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Fayen ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Feeley ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fela Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Feldkircher ‘71 Mr. and Mrs. Brent T. Feorene ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Terrence P. Fergus Mr. Brian Ferry Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Ferry, Sr. ‘66 Ms. Kathleen Ferry and Mr. Brian Pyclik Mr. and Mrs. Paul P. Filippi ‘54 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan G. Fillar ∞ Ms. Susan L. Fine Mr. and Mrs. James G. Fink Mr. and Mrs. John D. Finlin, Jr. ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Finnegan ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fischer ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Fitzgerald Mr. Daniel P. Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Flannery ‘90 ∞ Mrs. Judy Flannery Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Foldesy ‘77 Ms. Amy Faith Folger Mr. Eugene F. Foster Mr. Gregory J. Fox ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fox ‘86 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John D. Fox ‘75 †∞ Ms. Michelle Lundon Fox Mr. Norman A. Fox, Jr. ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fragapane ‘90 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Franciscus, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Frantz ∞ Mrs. Debra Fristik Mrs. Ruth E. Furbee ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Furey ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fussner Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Gacka Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Gaertner ‘86 † Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gall Mr. and Mrs. Bryan M. Gallagher ‘75 ∞

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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Gallagher ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Gallagher ‘60 Ms. Margaret A. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Gallagher ∞ Hon. and Mrs. Sean C. Gallagher ‘73 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gallagher ‘61 Dr. Linda R. Garceau and Mr. Albert A. Garceau †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Gareau, Sr. ‘58 ∞ Ms. Karla Rogers and Mr. Michael R. Gareau Jr. ‘89 Dr. and Mrs. Sanjay Garg Mr. and Mrs. Rex Gary Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Gaul ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Gedra ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jay F. Geib ‘75 Ms. Kerry E. Geib Ms. Lorraine Geiger Mr. Philip J. Geiger ‘77 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. George Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. George ‘75 Mrs. Dorothy K. Gerbec Mrs. Margaret C. Gerrity ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christian J. Gest Ms. Martha A. Gibbons Mr. and Mrs. J. Terrence Gibbons ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gibel ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mario J. Giganti Ms. Mary Walker and Mr. Thomas N. Gill Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmore ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gilson ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Gilson ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Giltinan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Ginley II ‘86 ∞ Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Ginley ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory R. Giuliano ‘83 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Glasenapp ‘66 ∞ Mrs. Joyce N. Glasstetter ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Glovna Ms. Susan L. Gragel and Mr. Thomas R. Goecke Mr. and Mrs. John F. Goers ‘78 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. Golak Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Dominic A. Gonnella †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Terrance P. Gravens Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Grevey Mr. and Mrs. David R. Grimmer ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. David P. Groudle ‘86 Mr. Colman A. Gulden ‘63 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John R. Guska †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Braden G. Gutchall ∞ Mr. Edward J. Guzowski ‘66 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Haas ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Kent D. Hageman Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hallahan ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Hancock Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Hannon ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Harrington ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hatgas ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Tadaaki Hatta †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hauer, Sr. ‘54 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Peter I. Hauptman


Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Hayes ‘88 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Haymond ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James Heffner Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Heil Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Henderson ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Hengelsberg ∞ Mrs. Deirdre Hetman Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Hildebrandt ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan T. Hill †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hilow ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hinkel ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian G. Hippler ‘82 Mr. Christopher M. Hirzel ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Hirzel ‘89 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Hoffman ∞ Ms. Susan E. Hogan Ms. Ellen H. Hohler Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hohmann, Sr. ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Holland ‘57 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Hollo ‘64 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Homyak Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Homza †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Horning ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Horvath Mr. and Mrs. Seamus G. Hyland ‘79 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Iemma ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Igel Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Ina Mrs. Catherine M. Jackman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Jammal Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Jansen ‘70 ∞

Mr. Stephen Jarvie Mr. Louis J. Jendrus Mr. and Mrs. Fred V. Jereb, Jr. ‘72 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Joecken, Jr. ‘73 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Joeright ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Jordan ‘79 ∞ Ms. Patricia Donovan-Joseph and Mr. George P. Joseph ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James T. Joyce ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kaesgen Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kahl ‘81 †∞ Mrs. Sherry L. Kahl Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kahl ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kappa ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John S. Karliak ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kaserman ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Kasl ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Kay ‘79 ∞ Ms. Eileen M. Keating Mr. David J. Keehan ‘90 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Keehan †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Keenan ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Kelley ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kelley Mrs. Lyn Kelley ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kelly ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Kelly ‘73 ∞ † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

Edsmen sing the Alma Mater during an all-school Mass celebration.


Bryan Cundiff ’20 and Emmett Moher ’20

Mr. Neil J. Kelly ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kemer ‘64 Mrs. Betty J. Kemper †∞ Mrs. Marilyn T. Kennedy ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Kennedy ‘87 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John Keough Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kerrigan, Jr. ‘62 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Ketterer ‘82 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Ketterick ‘64 †∞ Mrs. Barbara A. Kidd ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Kidd ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Kilbane ‘59 ∞ Hon. Mary E. Kilbane and Mr. John C. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Terry D. King ‘95 Ms. Nancy Kingston Mr. and Mrs. Brett R. Kinzel Mrs. Allison D. Kirkholder Mrs. Doris Kleinhenz Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Kleinsmith ∞ Mrs. Kathleen M. Klimko ∞ Dr. Patricia G. Klorer ∞ Ms. Kathleen D. Kokoskie ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John Kolwicz Mrs. Joan Layden-Kopka and Mr. David Kopka Mrs. Pamela A. Kowalczyk Ms. Katherine J. Krach ∞ Mrs. Mary Ellen Kraus ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. Kubrak ‘73 ∞ Ms. Mary T. Dwyer-Kueller and Mr. Thomas D. Kueller ‘79 ∞ Mr. Karl G. Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Kurz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Lally ‘88 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Lambert

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Lange ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Langhenry, Jr. ‘70 †∞ Mr. Joseph P. Langhenry ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. David J. LaRue †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Lavelle ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Lavelle ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Lavigne ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Layton Dr. Laura Abrahamsen and Mr. Stergios Lazos ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Lehane ‘73 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William J. Leimkuehler ‘73 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Hal A. Leitch ∞ Dr. and Mrs. Laurence J. Lembach ‘63 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick N. Lenehan ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Leonowich ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Levindofske ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Lewis ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Kam Kin Li Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Lieb ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Lillie Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. Lisac Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Lisy III ‘86 Mrs. Josephine Litten Br. Robert G. Livernois, C.S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Livingston ‘59 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William J. Livingston ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Loesch †∞ Mrs. Joanne Lohn †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lombardo ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Lowe Mr. Melvin E. Lowe ∞ Mr. Bret A. Luke Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Luke ‘81 †∞


Ms. Sharon D. Luke Mr. and Mrs. Vincent K. Lynch ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. MacBride ‘73 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mackin, Jr. ‘75 ∞ Ms. Bridget A. MacMillan and Mr. David DiCicco Mr. Charles F. MacMillan ‘57 ∞ Ms. Julie M. MacMillan Mr. Jack B. Madison Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Magvas ‘77 Mr. James R. Maher ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Malloy ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Manley ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Manno ‘82 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. August R. Marcellino †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Marcellino Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Margevicius ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Margevicius ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. Marquard ‘66 Mrs. Alice Marron †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. Marron ‘74 †∞ Mr. Dan Martello Mrs. Mary T. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Martis Ms. Heather Masterson Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. May, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Mayer ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Mayer ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. McAuliffe Dr. Nancy M. McBride and Mr. Owen C. McBride ‘79 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. McCafferty Mr. Terence McCafferty ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John F. McCaffrey ‘79 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. McCarthy ‘61 ∞ Mrs. Mary Lou McCarthy ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. McConville ‘72 Mrs. Anna Marie McFadden ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Regis E. McGann ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. John P. McGinty †∞ Hon. and Mrs. Timothy J. McGinty ‘69 †∞ Mrs. Maureen McGlynn ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. McGlynn ‘66 ∞ Ms. Mary Sue McGorray Mr. and Mrs. David M. McGuirk ‘70 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. McHugh ‘76 ∞ Ms. Maureen C. McHugh ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. McIntyre ‘83 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. McIntyre ‘57 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. McKee ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. McMahon ‘70 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kurt B. McMaken †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Todd P. McManamon ‘80 Mrs. Michele L. McNea Ms. Maria C. Mepham ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Merriman ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Mertz ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miketo ‘75 † Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Militello Mrs. Diane L. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Milowicki ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mindek ‘75 Mrs. Sharon A. Minelli Mr. and Mrs. John G. Mirabelli Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Mitchell ‘86

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Mitchell ‘84 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Monnette ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald J.* Moracz ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kelley F. Moran ‘82 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mario Morino †∞ Mrs. Coletta Mulloy Mr. and Mrs. James E. Mulloy ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Murphy †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John Musson ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Navratil ‘70 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Needham ‘74 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Neitzel Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Neubert ‘70 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Nieberding ‘75 † Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Niehaus Mr. and Mrs. James B. Niehaus ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. David Niksa ∞ Mrs. Catherine Noga ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David J. Norris ‘78 Ms. Colleen Notter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Novak ‘65 ∞ Ms. Bettina G. Nugent ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Nugent ‘65 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. O’Boyle ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. John P. O’Boyle ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John M. O’Donnell ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. O’Donnell ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. O’Grady ‘78 ∞ Mrs. Cecelia O’Linn ∞ Mrs. Wanda K. Olivier †∞ † Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

Chad Schaffner ’22


Entrepreneurship students utilize the Lowe Institute for Innovation for collaborative work. Mr. and Mrs. Donald N. Ols ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. O’Malley ‘55 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Pat O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. William J. O’Neill ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Orbany ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O’Riordan ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Osoteo Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J. O’Sullivan, Jr. ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Pace Mrs. Marilyn J. Palisin Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Palko ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Papotto Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Patterson ‘91 ∞ Mrs. Jennifer Pauley Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Pellman ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. David M. Perkowski ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael Perrins ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Pescatrice †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Peyton ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William T. Phelan Mrs. Maryann S. Picard Mrs. Patricia C. Pierce ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Plenzler Mr. and Mrs. Norman Plonski, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Plzak ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Pollner Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Pompeani Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Preto ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Prioletti, Jr. ‘71 ∞ Ms. Patricia S. Kontos and Mr. Joshua Prokop Mr. and Mrs. George F. Quinn, Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Quinn ‘72 Mrs. Margaret M. Radle Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Raffin, Sr. ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Rajnicek ∞ Ms. Marie A. Ramagli Mrs. Joan M. Rawlings Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Rawlings ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Reese Mr. and Mrs. William J. Reilley ‘67 Dr. Jean S. Reinhold and Mr. Mark H. Reinhold Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Reynolds ‘68 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Richmond, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rieke ‘60 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Riester ∞ Ms. Noreen A. Riley Mrs. Carol Ann Rini Mr. and Mrs. Angelo N. Ritson ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rivera †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Robinson ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey R. Roche ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Roche ‘75 Mr. and Ms. John J. Roddy ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Roddy ‘59 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Rodriguez, Sr. ∞ Mr. Robert J. Roe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Rosing ‘62 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Rouchard †∞ Hon. and Mrs. John J. Russo ‘83 Mrs. Joan M. Ryan ∞ Hon. and Mrs. Michael J. Ryan ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rydzewski Mr. Amit Saha ∞


Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Sammon ‘74 ∞ Mary and Tom* Sankovich Mr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Santa ‘83 ∞ Mr. Robert Sanz ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Savoy ∞ Mr. William J. Sawicki ‘85 ∞ Mrs. Donna J. Scanlon ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Scarpitti †∞ Mrs. Rita M. Schenosky and Ms. Karen A Schenosky Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Schilens ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Ms. William T. Schill ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. R. Gary Schmaltz ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Schmidt ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schroeder † Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Schulte III ‘78 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Spencer H. Seaman †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sebesta Mr. and Mrs. John M. Seelie ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James M. Seibert †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James S. Sekerak ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sekerak, Jr. ‘70 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Setta ‘87 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Sheehan ‘77 Mr. John W. Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Sherrard ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shick Ms. Barbara Shipley †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Shullick ∞ Mr. and Mrs. J. William Sikora ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Skonce, Jr. ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Skowronski Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Slaght ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. George Slogik ∞ Mrs. Mary Ann Smith ∞ Mr. Patrick M. Smith † Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Smith ‘78 ∞ Ms. Karen Snyder Ms. Kathleen J. St. John † Mr. and Mrs. David Stainbrook ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Stanek ‘77 Mr. Steven J. Stasik ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James E. Staviscak Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Stenger ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Stepic ‘66 ∞ Mr. Mark Stoll Ms. Donna L. Straka ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Straub, Jr. ‘91 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James C. Strunk ‘79 Ms. Mary Pat Sullivan ∞ Mrs. Nancy H. Sullivan ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Sullivan ‘62 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Keith G. Sulzer ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Sunyak ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Swit Mr. Stephen R. Switaj ‘80 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Laszlo J. Szabolcs ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James R. Tanzer ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. George B. Tapocsi ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tarr Mrs. Catherine Terrell ∞ Mr. Edward Thomas Mr. Timothy Thomas Mr. Ronald J. Tippy ‘85

Dr. and Mrs. William J. Todia Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey B. Toney ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Topa ‘63 Ms. Judith Torma Mrs. Mary Tracy ∞ Barbara N. Trapp ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Trebilcock Mr. Timothy M. Tubbs ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Tuleta ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tusick Mr. and Mrs. John A. Tutak ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Unger Mr. and Mrs. James P. Urbas ∞ Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Vargo Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Vesely Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Viancourt III ‘83 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William J. Viancourt ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John G. Volchko ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian Vulpitta Mr. and Mrs. James J. Wagner, Sr. ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Kurt V. Wagner †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Waitkus ‘78 Mrs. Barbara Wallenhorst Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wallenhorst ’74 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Wallenhorst ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Wallenhorst ‘77 Ms. Rhonda R. York-Walsh and Mr. Dennis J. Walsh ‘73 Dr. Cathleen Walsh and Mr. Michael P. Walsh †∞ Mr. Michael J. Ward ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James K. Warren ∞ Ms. Mary C. Warren ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David J. Washington, Sr. ‘56 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregg M. Wasilko ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. George F. Wasmer Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wasserbauer ‘56 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wasserbauer, Jr. ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Waters ‘84 Dr. and Mrs. William E. Waters ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weaver ∞ Mr. Lawrence M. Weir ‘75 ∞ Ms. Elana Wells Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Werling Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wilgus ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Willard ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gage B. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Williams Mr. David E. Wolters ‘59 ∞ Mr. Dennis E. Wrabel ‘68 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Write Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yankow Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Zahn, Jr. ‘89 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Zaleski ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John P. Zaremba, Sr. ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Zentarski ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Zentkovich ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Zingalis Dr. April Zink-Brown ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Zint ‘89

† Holy Cross Society Member ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Senior Edsmen Gabriel Stephens ’20 and Adam Caroscio ’20 attend the Not So Normal Formal, hosted by St. Ed’s Mothers’ Club, with their mothers.

Current Parents A key component of St. Edward’s unique culture is the dedication of its parents. In addition to donating countless volunteer hours, St. Edward parents offer essential assistance through their generous support of various fundraising efforts. Anonymous †∞ (10) Ms. Wendy Harbaugh and Mr. David Abramczyk ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Addington Ms. Amanda Applegate Mr. and Mrs. Sinisa Arsic Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Ashdown ‘88 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ahmad Assad ‘88 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Baker ∞ Mrs. Nicole Pieffer-Barker and Mr. Nathan Barker ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Baugh, Jr. ‘87 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey A. Belz ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bender Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Blakely Ms. Melissa Hildebrand and Mr. Dennis Boddy Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Boddy ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Boepple Mr. and Mrs. Konrad M. Bohm

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bornhorst Mr. and Mrs. James J. Bostwick Ms. Julia A. Bowler Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Brady Ms. Shonika Brar-Norris Mr. Christopher A. Breninghouse ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Brian ‘90 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Marcus D. Burkes Ms. Donna M. Cherry-Burrell and Mr. Alvin E. Burrell ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bushok Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Buzzeo ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Byrne ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Calhoun, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Carey ‘82 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gino Caroscio ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Carr ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Chambers, Jr. Mr. Richard Chryst Mr. and Mrs. John D. Chunuk

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Chura ∞ Ms. Margaret M. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Mario A. Colangelo Mr. and Mrs. Mark Condrich ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Terence K. Condrich ‘83 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Costello ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Coury ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Crocker † Mr. and Mrs. William M. Crute ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Cupach ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Day ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Delsanter Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dobrowsky ‘85 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Sean M. Donovan ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Dottore Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. Dubecky ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James Elios Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Enovitch, Jr. ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Esteves


Mr. and Mrs. James R. Evard Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Fairfield ‘86 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Fenton Dr. Jennifer Filiatraut and Dr. Andrew Filiatraut Mr. and Mrs. William E. Fink Mr. and Mrs. Bryan E. Flannery ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Flowers ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Foertch † Mr. and Mrs. Scott Folmer Mr. and Mrs. Ted R. Fowles Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fox ‘86 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Franciscus, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Frost Mr. and Mrs. José O. Garcia ∞ Ms. Karla Rogers and Mr. Michael R. Gareau ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. George ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Gibbons ‘87 ∞ Mr. Jose Gonzalez Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Greenhill Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Greer ‘79 ∞ Mr. Kurt Greiner Mr. and Mrs. John Gribble, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Haas ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Hales Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ham, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Hanrahan †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hargett Mr. Hussein Harmouche ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Harper ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Harrington ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Harrison, Jr. ‘89 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Peter I. Hauptman Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Haymond ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Hengelsberg ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hickman ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Hightower ∞ Mr. Christopher M. Hirzel ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Hoffman ∞ Mr. Thomas C. Holmes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hren Mr. and Mrs. Dino L. Ianiro ∞ Mr. and Ms. Robert L. Isner Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Jammal Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Johnson ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Joyce ‘82 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Terry Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Kaesgen Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Kearns ‘88 Mr. David J. Keehan ‘90 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Kelley ‘93 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. James E. Kennedy ‘91 ∞ Ms. Tatiana Alperovich and Dr. Mikhail Kirnus Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Klare Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Koch Ms. Cathleen J. Chaney and Mr. Scott T. Korpowski Ms. Joy Kosco ∞

Mr. and Mrs. Brad W. Kostka ‘90 Ms. Theresa Kramer Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Krogh ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Lavelle ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lavelle Mr. and Mrs. James P. Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Lesjak ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Levindofske ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Lisco, Sr. ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Loesch †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lombardo ∞ Ms. Wendy A. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Robert Madden III Ms. Leticia Maldonado Mr. and Mrs. James A. Manning Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Marks ‘84 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Martis Dr. and Mrs. Mark Massie Mr. and Mrs. Brian S. Mayle ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Brendan D. McGlynn ‘94 Mr. Kevin McGreal Mr. and Mrs. Kurt B. McMaken †∞ Ms. Stephanie Lefelar McNamara and Mr. Michael P. McNamara, Jr. † Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Meisinger ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Miklich †∞ Mr. and Mrs. David A. Miller ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David Miller ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Miron Mr. Allen J. Mistysyn †∞ Ms. Heather E. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Mitchell ‘84 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mocho ‘92 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Monnette ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Mulgrew ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Mulloy ‘90 Mr. Kenneth H. Nahrstedt ‘90 ∞ Dr. Renee Nieberding and Dr. James F. Nieberding ‘83 ∞ Ms. Susan Nye Dr. Olufunke Fajobi and Mr. Ochei E. Odiawa Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ollerton Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J. O’Sullivan, Jr. ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. S. Michael Ottiger ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Palko ∞ Ms. Wendy Pallas Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Patterson ‘91 ∞ Mrs. Jennifer Pauley Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Pelley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Perrins ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Perusek ∞ Ms. Dara Krueger and Mr. Timothy Piai † Dr. George J. Picha Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Pierce ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Poore ‘86 Mr. Kent A. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Pulizzi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Sean C. Reitz ‘89 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Richmond, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Roshkowski †∞

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Rudolph ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Sabo ∞ Dr. Seim Salameh Mr. and Mrs. William M. Saringer ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Savoy ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Scanlon ‘95 † Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Schaffner IV † Mr. and Mrs. Brian Schilf ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Schmitt Hon. Michelle Sheehan and Hon. Brendan J. Sheehan ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David E. Shultz Mr. and Mrs. David M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Martin T. Smith ‘86 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William A. Smyser Mr. Darrell D. Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Matthew M. Stanek ‘97 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Stasek Ms. Erica L. Stefanik Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Stickland Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Straub, Jr. ‘91 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David J. Stuart ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Sweeney Ms. Melissa Ferchill Swingos and Mr. Nicholas J. Swingos Ms. Marilyn J. Mueller and Mr. Matthew D. Tarler Mr. and Mrs. Ryan L. Temple Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Teter †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Tisza, Jr. Mr. T. Michael Tomsik ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Shawn E. Tonsing Barbara N. Trapp ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Vanegas Dr. Susan Vaziri and Dr. Peyman Vaziri Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Vichill ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Vitale Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wallenhorst ’74 * Mr. and Mrs. Kurt V. Wagner †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wanner ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James K. Warren ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John F. Waters ‘84 Dr. Judith Waters and Dr. Michael P. Waters ‘81 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Werling Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. West Mr. Richard F. Wilber ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David Wilczewski ‘80 Pastor and Mrs. James F. Wilkes Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Winchester Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Winter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Witnik Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wojciechowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolverton II Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Write Dr. Dawn M. Zacharias Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Zetts ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Zingalis † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Todd and Stacy Teter and son Caden Casto ’21

ANNUAL REPORT SPOTLIGHT:

STACY & TODD TETER Four years ago, when Stacy Teter’s 14-year-old son, Caden Casto, Class of 2021, came home with the decision that he wanted to go to St. Ed’s, Stacy was surprised since she had expected him to prefer the other school. Stacy explained that he felt more welcomed at St. Ed’s. “It was easy to see this was the right decision for him.” Now the young boy that they sent to St. Ed’s in 2017 has transformed into the young man Stacy and her husband, Todd, see today. “Caden evolved academically, athletically, and spiritually into who he will be in the long-term during his years at St. Ed’s,” says Todd. “We watched him get serious about his studies and about being a servant leader and giving back to the community. It was amazing to watch.” The Teters are firm believers in Catholic education. They have four older daughters between them who all went to Magnificat High School. Todd grew up in Ashtabula where he went to a small Catholic high school, St. John’s, and then on to John Carroll University where he majored in business. He has had a successful career with The Global Plumbing Group at For tune Brands where he is now the Senior Vice President and General Manager. 34

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When he and Stacy looked at the St. Ed’s mission statement, it appealed to them. “St. Ed’s is creating holistic young men who will be able to contribute to society long-term because of the value system that they will have,” says Todd. “The words in the mission statement around diversity and courage are impor tant to us. The core values of excellence, faith, and ultimately trying to build the whole person, really speaks to us.” Also in business, and with her MBA, Stacy is now self-employed to teach what she loves most—yoga. She got involved in the St. Ed’s experience right away. She joined the Athletic Boosters and volunteered her time where needed. But it was not until Stacy and Todd attended the annual Wings Auction that they were moved to make a major investment in St. Ed’s. “We went to a Wings event and witnessed the relationships that had developed amongst faculty and students and across the diverse student population. Watching them come to life, we both thought ‘that is really cool.’ We asked ourselves, ‘what can we do to help so that not only Caden can benefit from this experience, but others can benefit from it as well?’” Stacy and Todd, who are parishioners at St. Christopher in Rocky River, have always believed in giving back, especially to causes that they are passionate about. Todd was the Chair of the Juvenile Diabetes Board for many years, and Stacy became dedicated to the Children’s Hospital at the Cleveland Clinic, ul-


timately funding a project that put cameras in every NICU bed so that parents would always be able to see their infant(s.) With Caden transforming into a successful young man at St. Ed’s, the Teters found themselves moved to suppor t the school as their next philanthropic endeavor. Todd says “You have to have a feeling about where you want to give back. It’s not just the words on a brochure. To me it was so impor tant that you feel it. If you spend time on the St. Ed’s campus and pay attention to watching your child transform themselves into what will ultimately be that person who will give back to society in an impor tant way, and when you look at the track record of success of people who have done that coming from St. Ed’s, I don’t know how you cannot say yes to giving back once you have seen this.” “Team Teter,” as they call their family unit, is about suppor ting your loved ones, finding and living your faith, and creating a balance between work and causes you are passionate about. This dynamic couple was inspired to embrace the St. Ed’s core value of Servant Leadership by giving back as Wings donors, Holy Cross Society Members, and to The Courage to Act Campaign where they funded the new Teter Reception. This space will always feature a warm, Holy Cross welcome as you enter the new Palisin Commons. For their financial commitments, the Teters are now members of the esteemed St. Joseph Benefactor Society. Yet

that is not why they give. “When we step back as a family and look at what is impor tant to us, faith is an anchor point. Our family is a top priority, and we are passionate about this,” says Todd. “When we got to St. Ed’s, we were challenged to think about how we can be better servant leaders, which resonated with our belief to always do what is right, and always think beyond yourself.” Stacy says, “No matter what you believe in, it is for a higher purpose. There is something bigger than yourself and beyond you. For our family, “Team Teter” means that everybody has to do their par t. Stacy’s favorite quote, which coincidentally is also on Caden’s 2018 Football State Championship ring, is “Winners Work Harder.” Caden, a top-ranking defensive lineman on the football team, has certainly embraced that motto. He plans to attend a four-year college, likely for engineering, with a back-up plan in business. He currently has seven offers to play football, and interest from Ivy League schools. Wherever he decides to go, the Teters know that some serious road trips are in their future! No matter what they are involved with, it is Todd’s philosophy that you “go big or go home.” When the Teters decided to commit to St. Ed’s, they went all in. “If you are not willing to make the commitment,” says Todd, “then it is not wor th the journey.”

Caden Casto ’21, Defensive Lineman #98 for the St. Edward Eagles


Richie Pokrywka ’21, Liam Kenehan ’20, Will Jordan ’21, Phil Pantalone III ’22, Andrew Hoffman ’20, and Chance Robinson ’22

Annual & Endowed Scholarship Funds Annual and Endowed Scholarships provide a portion of the nearly $3.2 million in financial aid that is distributed to students each year. These named scholarships, listed below, pay tribute to many members of the St. Edward High School Community and establish a true legacy in support of generations of Edsmen. Gifts were attributed to the following scholarships during the 2019-2020 fiscal year.

Annual Scholarship Funds Badge 1905 Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Brent D. Clapacs ‘81 †∞

Doris J. Burkley Scholarship Fund Educational Trust Doris J. Burkley Scholarship Fund Educational Trust Elizabeth A. Goodwin, J.D., Trustee

Castele Family Scholarship Fund

The Garceau Family Scholarship Fund

Henry J. & Antoinette M. Ruppel Memorial Scholarship Fund

Dr. Linda R. Garceau and Mr. Albert A. Garceau †∞

Henry J. & Antoinette M. Ruppel Memorial Fund †∞

The Joseph and Joan Gaul Endowment Fund

Steven Schmidt ’03 Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Joseph and Joan Gaul Endowment Fund of The Cleveland Foundation

Ms. Anita Armon Beverly Mr. Albert J. Brucker Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Company 119, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. John F. Goers ‘78 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. P. William Head Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hopkins Ms. Anna S. Kontos Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. McCafferty Ms. Patricia S. Kontos and Mr. Joshua Prokop Family and Friends of Steve Schmidt ‘03

Castele Family Scholarship Fund of The Catholic Community Foundation

Laub Foundation Scholarship Fund

David J. Fahey, Jr. ’95 Memorial Scholarship Fund

Jerome M. Lohn Scholarship Fund

Family & Friends of David J. Fahey, Jr. ‘95 The MetroHealth System

Forward Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. James M. Walter ‘63 †∞

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The Laub Foundation †∞

Mrs. Joanne Lohn †∞

John and Alice Marron Family Scholarship Fund Mrs. Alice Marron †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James P. Marron ‘74 †∞


The Sullivan Scholars Fund The Sullivan Scholars Fund of The Cleveland Foundation

Endowed Scholarship Funds The Mary Lou and Jay Ansberry ’67 Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ansberry III ‘67 †∞

The Joe Agozzino ’73 Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Mrs. Anne Agozzino

St. Edward High School Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund St. Edward High School Alumni Association †

Drew Bliss ’01 Memorial Scholarship Fund Anonymous

Kevin J. Boyer ’12 Endowed Scholarship Fund Mr. Brian B. Fischer ‘03

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Buddie Family Endowment Fund Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Ginley ‘77

Burke Family Scholarship Fund Mr. Daniel C. Burke ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Burke ‘65 †∞ Mr. Matthew C. Burke ‘98 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ryan C. Burke ‘99

Cachat Family Scholarship Fund Mr. Christopher J. Cachat ‘71 Ms. Lauren Cachat Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cachat ‘66 †∞

The Michael and Susan Carlin Family Fund

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cleary, Jr. ‘71 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Cleary ‘67 Mrs. Cynthia H. Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dudas Mr. and Mrs. Tom Falcon Mr. Michael P. Feighan ‘67 ∞ Ms. Jeanie Foley Foxx Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Grevey Mr. Kevin A. Haag ‘67 †∞ Ms. Pamela Hake Mr. Robert Howenstein Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. King ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreicbergs Mr. and Mrs. Regis E. McGann ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. O’Malley ‘67 Ms. Crystal Scudder Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith

Class of 2015 Big Mike Orbany Scholarship Fund

The Robert and Loretta Cleary Family Endowment Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Cleary ‘67 J. Harrington and Marie E. Glidden Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Grevey

Mr. Scott Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. James P. Barry ‘67 Ms. Katheryn Feighan-Becka and Mr. Jack G. Becka Mrs. Mary Becka and Family Mrs. Rita R. Becka Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Byrne ‘67 ∞

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Danahey

Mrs. Mary Lou Durkin Mr. Robert Durkin Mr. Brian Ferry

Figlar Ferguson Urbas Wrestling Endowment Fund

Joseph and Mary Holland Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Holland ‘54 †∞

The John Dedinsky ’75 Family Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. John G. Dedinsky, Jr. ‘75 †∞

Ms. Brenda Brooks The Distelhourst Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fela The Gonzalez Family Mr. and Mrs. David R. Grimmer ‘70 Ms. Elizabeth Kearns Mr. and Mrs. John Kolwicz

Jeffrey T. Ferry ’77 Endowed Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Buza Moira and Rich Clark Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Conway ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. John Keough

Danahey Family Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Adam Dills ’06 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Famiano ‘71 †∞

Daniel Francis Geib Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cutter ‘60 †∞

Br. Joseph Chvala, C.S.C. English Scholarship Fund

Class of 1967 Tontine Endowed Scholarship Fund

Steven Famiano ’71 Scholarship Endowment Fund

Rev. Timothy W. Gareau ‘78

Tom and Margie Cutter Scholarship Fund

Mrs. Elizabeth J. DeChant Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. DeChant ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wilgus ∞

Mr. James M. Slattery ‘65

Ms. Kathleen Dugan and Mr. John Delzani

Fr. Tim Gareau ’78 Scholarship Fund

Mr. Daniel P. Carlin ‘07

Class of 1965 Endowment Fund

Mary T./Patrick J. ’71/Terrence M. Dugan Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Chambers ‘85 ∞ The Cvetic Family Mrs. Marilyn Cvetic Mr. Benjamin J. Hatta ‘94 The Heffernan Family Mr. and Mrs. August R. Marcellino †∞ Mr. and Ms. Benjamin R. Rios ‘07 Kim and Mark Robinson ‘82

Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Orbany ‘80

Jerome W. DeChant Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. McLaughlin ‘82

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Leisinger Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Roggenburk Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van der Oord Mr. and Mrs. Brian Vulpitta The Zelasko Family

Patrick J. Joyce ’91 Endowed Scholarship Fund Advantage Analytics, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DiIorio DiIorio Sheet Metal, Inc. Mr. Daniel P. Flaherty Kelley & Ferraro LLP Park Edge Group LLC Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Pompeani Mr. Robert J. Roe, Jr. Sweet Basil Neapolitan Style Pizzeria

The Jeanne Lavelle Kahler Endowed Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kahler ‘75 †∞

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The Kay-San Endowed Scholarship Fund

The James J. Ramagli ’67 Endowed Scholarship Fund

Mary and Tom* Sankovich Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Unger

Ms. Marie A. Ramagli

Robert and Loretta Kenehan Family Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Kenehan ‘56

Cheri Lenart-Cann Memorial Scholarship Fund Dr. and Mrs. John E. Cann

Chuck MacMillan ’57 Scholarship Endowment Fund Ms. Bridget A. MacMillan and Mr. David DiCicco Ms. Julie M. MacMillan Dr. Nancy M. McBride and Mr. Owen C. McBride ‘79 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Rosfelder, Jr. ‘66

Kevin C. Martin ’74 Endowment Fund Bonezzi Switzer Murphy Polito & Hupp Co., LPA Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Carey Fairview Park Fire Fighters Local 1057 Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Hinkel ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hinkel ∞ Ms. Mary Lou Jones Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Kasle Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Malloy ‘75 Mr. Conor P. Martin ‘04 Mrs. Mary T. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Gerard R. Notarberardino Mr. and Mrs. John D. Poulos Ms. Susan J. Rupert Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Wise

Mazzella Family Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Mazzella ‘73 †∞

The Kevin McCormick ’66 Endowed Scholarship Fund Mr. Timothy W. McCormick ‘58 †∞

The Terrence E. McCormick ’57 Scholarship Fund Mr. Timothy W. McCormick ‘58 †∞

The Niehaus Family Endowment Fund Mr. and Mrs. James B. Niehaus ‘76

Ostrom Family Endowment Fund Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Ostrom ‘93

The Joseph R. Petras Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. James M. Petras ‘70 †∞

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Timothy M. Rawlings ’69 Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Rawlings ‘76

M. Jeffrey Sammon Endowed Scholarship Fund Anonymous

Tom Sammon ’55 Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Mrs. Maryann S. Picard

The Jerome W. Schroeder ’59 Family Endowment Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schroeder †

John and Dolores Simon Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Simon ‘64 †∞

Br. James Spooner, C.S.C. ’64 Scholarship Fund Br. James Spooner, C.S.C. ‘64 ∞

St. Edward High School Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Martin ‘78 St. Edward High School Alumni Association †∞

St. Ed’s Endowment Fund Ancora Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Boehm III Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaney Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chriszt Cleveland Athletic Club Men’s Bowling Committee Mr. and Mrs. Everard B. Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin ‘68 Criterion Tool & Die, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeLisio Mr. and Mrs. Victor F. Erml Mr. and Mrs. Wade M. Fricke Mrs. Debra Fristik Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gable ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Gielty ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hadaway Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hudec Integrity Fab & Machine, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Kappus Ms. Madelyn Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Kiplinger Kiplinger & Co., CPAs, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lesko Mr. and Mrs. William R. Litzler Ms. Yvonne Marzano Mr. and Mrs. John M. McDermott Ms. Diane M. McGill Mr. and Mrs. James P. McMahon ‘70 ∞ Metalloy Company Ms. Jacalyn P. Mihocik Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mocho ‘85 †∞ Moeller Precision Tool Mr. J. Michael Monteleone Ms. Margaret M. O’Brien and Mr. Charles Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Nevel ‘66 ∞ Nicola, Gudbranson & Cooper LLC Mr. Patrick C. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Orendas Mr. Larry Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Pachuta Mr. and Mrs. George Palisin Mr. and Mrs. Terrence J. Palisin ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Palisin Mr. Fred Pfaff PNC Wealth Management Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Pollner Producto Dieco Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rohde Mr. and Mrs. Burt W. Schwab Mr. and Mrs. William L. Searight Mr. and Mrs. Jason Silver Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Simon ‘64 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John D. Southworth Mr. L. K. Stevens and Family Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stitt Sup-R-Die, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Tarkany Ms. Judith Torma Mr. and Mrs. Beau Townsend Mr. and Mrs. John Voso Mr. Joe K. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Weaver, Jr. Westwood Country Club Westwood Women’s Golf Association Mr. Kenneth J. Weyand ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wymer Mr. and Mrs. John J. Zenchak and Family

The Swaminathan and Garg Scholarship Fund The Swaminathan and Garg Foundation

William J. Todia, M.D. & John W. Todia ’11 Family Scholarship Fund Dr. and Mrs. William J. Todia † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased


Daniel Gibbons ‘90, Pat Mulloy ’90, Kevin Patton ‘91, and Tim Coughlin ‘90

2019 St. Edward Scholarship Golf Outing Benefiting Student Scholarships Hosted by the Alumni Association The St. Edward High School Alumni Association is pleased to report that the 2019 Scholarship Golf Outing succeeded in raising more than $30,000 in net proceeds for student scholarships. The generous sponsors and supporters of this important event are listed here. On behalf of the Alumni Association and the young men of St. Edward, thank you for your commitment to excellence in education. Gold Sponsors

Hole Sponsors

Advanced Polymer Coatings, Inc. - The Keehan Family †∞ Don, Arlene, Darrin ‘84, and Dave ‘90 Tucker Ellis LLP - John McCaffrey ‘79 †∞

1-888-OhioComp - Dan Neubert ‘70 ∞ American Tank & Fabricating Co. - Terry Ripich ‘62 †∞ Daniel B. Chambers, Sr. ‘53*, and Daniel B. Chambers III ‘16, Emmett E. Chambers ‘18, Liam D. Chambers ‘19 †∞, and Ronan C. Chambers ‘20 Class of 1970 - Go Eagles! - Ed Langhenry ‘70 †∞ Dan ‘55 †∞, Brian ‘89, and Joe ‘21 Clancy The Cleary Family - Tim ‘67, Bob ‘71 †∞, John ‘73, Dan ‘09, Kevin ‘11, Mark ‘13, Tim McGlynn ‘22, and Colin Kelly ‘23 Coyne Capital Management, LLC - Tim Coyne ‘87 ∞ Eagle Cement - Chris Barile ‘98 The Ferry Family - Chris ‘66 ∞, Ed ‘70, Tom ‘94, and CT ‘97 Forest City Shuffleboard - Jim Miketo ‘04 Generations Healthcare Management - Jay Coury ‘83 Tom Holland ‘57 †∞ Home Health Accessibility, LLC - Jack Fintz ‘66 ∞ Intraglobal Marketing and Sales - Terry Novak ‘67 In memory of Ken Jackman ‘71 - Father of Stephen ‘99, Brother of Greg ‘79, Brother-in-Law of Tom Murphy ‘73 †∞, and Uncle of John ‘04, Mike ‘06, and Jim Coyne ‘06 Lake Digital - Andy Tabar ‘05 The Lardie Agency with Farmers Insurance - Kevin Lardie ‘88 Steve Mahle ‘56 ∞ Mazzella Companies - Tony Mazzella ‘73 †∞ The Merriman Family - Tim ‘71 ∞, Tom ‘74, Pat ‘76, Terry ‘79, Mike ‘96, Ryan ‘99, Brendan ‘02, and Kirk ‘10 Plumbers Union Local 55 Bill Rieke ‘60 †∞ Signarama - North Olmsted - Paul Lange ‘75 South of the Square Collision Center South Shore Cable Construction, Inc. Jay Geib ‘75 and Dan Geib ‘76 †∞ UBS Financial Services - Owen C. McBride ‘79 †∞ Jack Weisensell ‘77

Green Foursome Sponsors Admiral Products, Inc. - Vince Hvizda ‘58 †∞ Ted Baugh ‘87 ∞ and Jim Sammon ‘87 Chambers Family - Daniel, Sr. ‘53*, Daniel III ‘16, Emmett ‘18, Liam ‘19 †∞, and Ronan ‘20 Eagle Cement - Chris Barile ‘98 Terry Gibbons ‘56 † (2 Foursomes) Hunt Imaging LLC - Mike Stanek ‘77 Mazzella Companies - Tony Mazzella ‘73 †∞ ShurTech Brands, LLC - John Kahl ‘81 †∞ and Bill Kahl ‘82 Teamsters Local 507 - Carl Pecoraro ‘80 and Ray Brown ‘81

Practice Putting Green Sponsors Apex Sales Agency - Jim Marron ‘74 †∞ Hirtle, Callaghan & Co - Peter Holway, Principal KeyBank - Neil Kelly ‘88 Maloney + Novotny LLC - Tim Novotny ‘73 Robin Autopilot - Logan Fahey ‘12

Beverage Sponsor Great Lakes Brewing Company - Pat Conway ‘66 and Dan Conway ‘79

Banner Sponsor Admiral Products, Inc. - Vince Hvizda ‘58 †∞

Gift Sponsors Brown-Forman Corp. - Patrick Neorr Cleveland Printwear - Matt Cannon ‘99 Joyce Buick GMC - Mike Joyce ‘70 †∞ † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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TV

GUIDE

WINGS 2020 BY THE NUMBERS 1

Holy Cross Mission brings the St. Edward Community together to celebrate the virtual event of the year!

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St. Ed’s pillars that help shape our Edsmen each day:

Faith, Excellence, Relationships, and Servant Leadership

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$128,965

Dollars raised through the Fund-a-Need effort, energized by a $50,000 Challenge by an anonymous Alumnus.

The Challenge was accepted and met by the Eagles!

$143,045

Dollars raised through the online Auction.

$300,000

“West Wing” Event Chairs who led St. Ed’s to

Generous support from our Event and Table Sponsors,

Megan & Jim Fox ’86, and Roberta & Dan Mitchell ’86

2020 went viral!

another successful year: Traci & Tim Coyne ’87,

COVID-19

The Virus that could not stop the St. Ed’s Community from supporting their Edsmen!

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Edsmen who will benefit from the generosity demonstrated during Wings 2020

1,195

who recommitted their amazing support when Wings

$680,000+ More than $680,000 raised in net dollars for our Edsmen!

The widespread support and generosity of the St. Ed’s Community for Wings 2020 ~ Classic TV Returns created a virtual weekend that the Eagles will never forget!

“Thank you for being a friend.”

Classic TV Fans who supported Wings 2020

by bidding in the Auction or buying a Raffle ticket

$10,200 + $14,150 Dollars raised through our Pilot Episode and Sweepstakes Raffles, respectively!

Wings has been renewed for another season.

Save the Date for Wings 2021

Saturday, March 27


WINGS 2020 ~ CLASSIC TV RETURNS Event Sponsors

Patrons

Loweman Properties, LLC/Keller Williams GWC Gregg Lowe ‘80 †∞ and Aaron Lowe ‘82 The Doris J. Burkley Scholarship Fund Educational Trust, Elizabeth A. Goodwin, J.D., Trustee

Lisa and Mark Breen ‘86 †∞ (2) Peg and Mike Cachat ‘66 †∞ (3) Marilyn and David Crisafi ‘85 ∞ (3) Kathy and Ken DeCrane ‘72 †∞ (2) Amy and Rob Frost (8) Nancy and Ed Hatgas ‘66 †∞ (3) The Jansen Family ∞ (1) Katy and Mike Kahler ‘75 †∞ (2) Amy & Kurt McMaken †∞ (2) Bill Salm, Jr. (2) St. Edward High School Mothers’ Club (2) Saint Joseph Academy (1) Holly and Tim Sullivan (8) Sandy and Ray Tusick (5)

“All in the Family” Title Sponsors - $25,000

“The Beverly Hillbillies” Event Sponsors - $15,000 J. Harrington and Marie E. Glidden Foundation Jack and Barb Draves and The Surgery Center of Southwest General ∞ Roundstone Management - Molly and Mike Schroeder †

Table Sponsors

“Cheers” Table Sponsors - $10,000 Susan and Mike Carlin ‘66 †∞ Terry and Mary Fergus and Family Mary and Tom Holland ‘57 †∞ Mazzella Companies - Gale and Tony Mazzella ‘73 †∞ Peggy and John F. McCaffrey ‘79 †∞ Motorcars Acura/Motorcars Volvo - The Marcellino Family †∞ Olympic Forest Products Company Aimée and Dan Andrews ‘86 †∞ Shann and Tim Patton ‘77 † St. Edward High School Alumni Association †∞ Melissa Ferchill Swingos and Nick Swingos

“The Brady Bunch” Table Sponsors - $7,500 Megan and Jim Fox ‘86 †∞ Regency Construction Services, Inc. - Tari and John Rivera †∞ Kemper Cognitive Wellness - Kristin and Mark Roshkowski †∞

“Friends” Table Sponsors - $5,000 Advanced Polymer Coatings - Dave Keehan ‘90 †∞ American Tank and Fabricating Co. - Dr. Danielle Ripich and Terry Ripich ‘62 †∞ Sarah and Mark Blakely Chambers Funeral Homes, Inc. Jill and Paul Clark ‘71 †∞ Cleveland Clinic Coyne Capital Management, LLC - Traci and Tim Coyne ‘87 ∞ Fragapane Bakery Generations Healthcare Management - Bob ‘79, Joe ‘80, Mike ‘82, Jay ‘83, and Phil ‘86 Coury Huntington Mo and Bob Loesch †∞ Matrix Pointe Software - Diane and Tom Coury ‘78 †∞ McGorray-Hanna Funeral Homes Amy and Kurt McMaken †∞ Norris Sales Associates, Inc. - John Norris ‘75 †∞, Dave Norris ‘78, and Steve Norris ‘81 Parker Hannifin Corporation - Laurie and John Fox ‘75 †∞ Shurtape Technologies, LLC - John Kahl ‘81 †∞ and Bill Kahl ‘82 South Shore Cable Construction, Inc. Ann & Jay Geib ‘75 and Dede & Dan Geib ‘76 †∞ Sunset Industries, Inc. - Karen and Peter Hauptman Stacy and Todd Teter †∞ Candace and Chris Vitale The Yankow Family - Michelle and Matt Yankow ‘03

“Mork & Mindy” Patrons - $500 (# of tickets)

“The Honeymooners” Patrons - $250 (# of tickets) Mary Lou and Jay Ansberry ‘67 †∞ (2) Mary and Jim Barry ‘67 (2) MaryAnn Boyer (1) Kathy and Bob Bushok (10) Grace Caliguire (3) Bonny and Patrick Carroll ‘70 (4) Terri and Jake Crocker † (2) Kathy and Bob Dobrowsky ‘85 †∞ (6) Pat Egan ‘10 ∞ (1) Elios Financial Group, Inc. - Solveig and Jim Elios (2) Bridget and Chris Foertch † (2) Michelle Lundon Fox and Bill Fox ‘14 (2) Dr. and Mrs. Sanjay Garg (1) Chrissy and John Gribble, Jr. (6) Judy and Henry Hilow ‘74 (2) Carl F. Hughes ‘75 †∞ (1) Patty and Chris Jammal (2) Shannon and Sean Kearns ‘88 (2) Lisa and Brad Kostka ‘90 (2) Chris and Todd McManamon ‘80 (2) Roberta and Dan Mitchell ‘86 (10) Marilyn Palisin (1) Vern Recker ‘61 †∞ (1) Mary Sankovich (3) Kristine and Bud Viancourt ‘83 ∞ (12) † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Wings 2020 Fund-a-Need and Donations Anonymous †∞ (7) Mr. Andrew Allen ∞ Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ansberry III ‘67 †∞ Mr. Brian T. Ansberry ‘99 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Barath ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Barberic ‘83 Ms. Rosanne Barnhart ∞ Mr. Andrew N. Baszuk ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Baugh, Jr. ‘87 ∞ Br. Dennis J. Bednarz, C.S.C. ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David M. Betsill †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Blakely Mr. and Mrs. James J. Bostwick Mr. Gary G. Bouch, Jr. ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Brady ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Brady Ms. Gail L. Glamm and Mr. Anthony Brancatelli ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Calhoun, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Carlin ‘57 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Gino Caroscio ‘85 ∞ Mr. Daniel J. Cavoli ∞ Mr. and Mrs. James A. Chokan ‘83 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Clancy ‘85 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Ms. Margaret M. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Mark Condrich ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Coughlin ‘56 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Coury ‘78 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Coyne ‘87 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Byron A. Crampton †∞ Mr. and Mrs. David A. Crisafi ‘85 ∞ Mr. Keith Cromer ∞ Mr. John J. Curran ‘75 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. DeChant ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. DeCrane ‘72 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dezort ‘85 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I. Dorsey ‘63 ∞ Mr. Mark T. Dougherty ‘02 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John J. Duffy ‘61 ∞ Mr. Patrick M. Egan ‘10 ∞ Mr. Raymond L. Eifel ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory N. Elinsky ‘82 †∞ Ms. Wendy Fairfield Ms. Susan L. Fine Mr. and Mrs. James W. Fox ‘86 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gable ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gall Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gallagher Dr. and Mrs. Sanjay Garg Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jay F. Geib ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Giuliano ‘79 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Glovna Ms. Susan L. Gragel and Mr. Thomas R. Goecke Mr. and Mrs. John F. Goers ‘78 ∞

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Mr. and Mrs. Dominic A. Gonnella †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Tony C. Gorris ‘88 †∞ Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Gray Mr. and Mrs. David P. Groudle ‘86 Mr. Kevin A. Haag ‘67 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Haas ‘88 Br. Kenneth Haders, C.S.C. ‘68 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Hales Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ham, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Hancock Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Hanrahan †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hargett Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Harper ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Hatgas ‘66 †∞ Mr. Mark A. Hatgas ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hatta ‘93 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Haymond ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Brian G. Hippler ‘82 Hirtle, Callaghan & Co LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Hollo ‘64 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hren Mr. and Mrs. Seamus G. Hyland ‘79 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union No. 38 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kahl ‘81 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Kelley ‘93 Ms. Molly King ∞ Mrs. Joan Layden-Kopka and Mr. David Kopka Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kubacki †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Kuhar ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Lange ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas LaPolla Mr. and Mrs. David J. LaRue †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Patrick N. Lenehan ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Leonard ‘68 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John D. Leonowich ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. Lisac Mrs. Josephine Litten Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lombardo ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Mackin ‘04 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mackin, Jr. ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Madden ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Malloy ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. May, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Mazzella ‘73 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. McCarthy ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Franklin McGee ‘93 ∞ Hon. and Mrs. Timothy J. McGinty ‘69 †∞ Mrs. Maureen McGlynn ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. McGovern ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. McIntyre ‘83 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. McKenna ‘00 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. McKinley ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Seamus J. McMahon ‘96 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Merriman ‘71 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Mertz ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Militello Mr. and Mrs. David A. Miller ∞

Mr. and Mrs. David Miller ∞ Mrs. Diane L. Miller Mr. and Mrs. James A. Mindek ‘75 Mr. Collin P. Mitchell ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Mitchell ‘86 Ms. Heather E. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mocho ‘85 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mocho ‘92 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Mulgrew ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Murphy †∞ Ms. Bettina G. Nugent ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Nugent ‘65 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Nugent ‘01 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. O’Boyle ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ollerton Mr. and Mrs. Neal R. O’Malley ‘60 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Orbany ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Osoteo Mrs. Marilyn J. Palisin Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Pecoraro ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. David M. Perkowski ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Peterson Mr. and Mrs. James M. Petras ‘70 †∞ Plumbers Union Local 55 - Carl Pecoraro ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Potonic ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John C. Rivera †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Rochford ‘84 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Rouchard †∞ Hon. and Mrs. John J. Russo ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Sabo ∞ Saint Joseph Academy Dr. Seim Salameh Mr. William J. Salm, Jr. ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Schmidt ∞ Mr. John E. Slyman ‘97 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. William A. Smyser Br. James Spooner, C.S.C. ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Terence X. Stanton ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Stanton ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. David J. Stuart ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Sweeney Ms. Marilyn J. Mueller and Mr. Matthew D. Tarler Mr. and Mrs. Ryan L. Temple Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Tisza, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Twiggs ‘91 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark Urban ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro Vanegas Mr. Kevin J. Vogel ‘10 Mr. and Mrs. Kurt V. Wagner †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Wallenhorst ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Wallenhorst ‘77 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Raymond P. Webber ‘01 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Weisensell ‘77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. West ‘67 ∞ Ms. Cari White ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wilgus ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Zahn, Jr. ‘89 ∞ † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased


Commemorative Giving We gratefully acknowledge and appreciate the alumni, parents, grandparents, and friends of St. Edward High School who have made a gift in memory of a deceased loved one, in honor of an individual, or in commemoration of an occaGifts Given in Honor Eugene W. Boyer Mr. Alexander C. Nixon ‘10 Betsy and Larry Bridge Carol A. and James J. McInnis Charitable Trust James W. O’Brien Foundation Timothy R. Cleary ‘67 - 70th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Grevey Spencer S. Crane ‘19 Ms. Mary Pat Sullivan ∞ Bryan R. Gacka ‘05 and Stephen M. Gacka ‘10 Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Gacka Robert S. Hatta ‘93 - Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Tadaaki Hatta †∞ James P. Kubacki Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Byrnes Br. Robert E. Lavelle, C.S.C. ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Tadaaki Hatta †∞ Charles F. MacMillan ‘57 - 80th Birthday Ms. Bridget A. MacMillan and Mr. David DiCicco Ms. Julie M. MacMillan Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Rosfelder, Jr. ‘66 Merriman, McLaughlin, and Tracy Families Mrs. Aimee J. Markelz and Mr. David F. Tracy ‘82 Geoffrey A. Morton Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Byrnes Kevin J. Mulgrew ‘86 Mrs. Kathleen Mulgrew Owen F. Mulgrew ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Mulgrew ‘86 Donald P. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Clark Michael W. Pandoli ‘08 and Erik S. Pandoli ‘12 The Walter V. & Judith L. Shipley Family Foundation †∞

Ronald R. Benko ‘73 Anonymous Ms. Joyce Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Benko ‘65 Ms. Kathleen M. Berry Mr. James V. Cupedro, Jr. ‘06 Ms. Regina M. Cupedro Mr. Robert Cupedro Ms. Debra D. DeSanti Fairview Park Garden Club Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Gillespie Mr. John Gillespie Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Linsalata Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Misterka Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Moran ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Steele ‘73 Ms. Rhonda R. York-Walsh and Mr. Dennis J. Walsh ‘73

Anthony J. Raffin ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Raffin, Sr. ∞ Matthew D. Swit ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Swit

Gifts Given in Memory Joseph C. Agozzino ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Leozino Agozzino ‘74 ∞ Victor M. Anter, Jr. ‘68 Mr. Mark A. Hatgas ‘73 Stephen T. and Rita J. Bailey Mr. Ronald T. Bailey ‘66 ∞ James M. Basch ‘72 Ms. Megan McGuire Whetstone High School Staff Paul J. Becka ‘67 Mr. Scott Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. James P. Barry ‘67 Ms. Katheryn Feighan-Becka and Mr. Jack G. Becka Mrs. Mary Becka and Family Mrs. Rita R. Becka Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Byrne ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cleary, Jr. ‘71 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Cleary ‘67 Mrs. Cynthia H. Coughlin Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dudas Mr. and Mrs. Tom Falcon Ms. Jeanie Foley Foxx Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Grevey Ms. Pamela Hake Mr. Robert Howenstein Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreicbergs Ms. Crystal Scudder Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith Kathryn A. Becks Ms. Maria A. Brickley Mr. and Mrs. Dale L. Brinkman ‘72 Ms. Mary Boyd-Brown and Mr. David Brown ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Hegreness Ms. Doina Hengenius Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Levindofske ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miranda Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Ostrom ‘93 Mr. Gregory Ostrom

Thomas J. Boyle ‘53 Judges, Court Administrator and Deputy Court Administrator of the Eighth District Court of Appeals Jeffrey Brady ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Twiggs ‘91 †∞ Bill and Therese Briggs Mr. David J. Briggs ‘74 ∞ John S. Brooks ‘62 Lt. Col. James A. Rush, USA (Ret.) ‘62 ∞ Cheri L. Lenart-Cann Dr. and Mrs. John E. Cann Deceased Members of The Class of 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Friedmann ‘66 †∞ Deceased Members of The Class of 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. O’Connor ‘67 ∞ Marie J. Connors Mr. and Mrs. James R. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Connors Mr. Thomas E. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Coughlin ‘56 †∞ Ms. Kathleen Dugan and Mr. John Delzani Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Ms. Kathleen E. Gill Walko Ms. Patricia A. Hesland Mr. and Mrs. Abe L. Judd Mrs. Mary T. Martin Ms. Mary Sue McGorray Mr. David K. Plagman ‘64 ∞ Ms. Patricia S. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Schulte III ‘78 ∞

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Thomas Byrne ’20 and John Hammond ’23

Robert W. Coyle ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Coyle John W. Davin Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Livingston ‘67 ∞ Donald D. DeWitt Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Stanton ‘69 ∞ Rosemary DiCiolla Ms. Bettina G. Nugent ∞ Robert E. Dills Ms. Brenda Brooks The Distelhourst Family Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fela and Family The Gonzalez Family Mr. and Mrs. David R. Grimmer ‘70 and Family Ms. Elizabeth Kearns and Family Mr. and Mrs. John Kolwicz and Family Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Leisinger and Family Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mitchell and Family Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Roggenburk and Family Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van der Oord and Family Mr. and Mrs. Brian Vulpitta and Family The Zelasko Family Rosemary and John Eyerman, Sr. ‘56 Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞

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Jeffrey T. Ferry Mrs. Mary Lou Durkin Mr. Brian Ferry Marie A. Fitzgerald Bonezzi Switzer Murphy Polito & Hupp Co., LPA Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Carey Fairview Park Fire Fighters Local 1057 Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Hinkel ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hinkel ∞ Ms. Mary Lou Jones Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Kasle Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Malloy ‘75 Mrs. Mary T. Martin Mr. and Mrs. Gerard R. Notarberardino Mr. and Mrs. John D. Poulos Ms. Susan J. Rupert Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Wise Daniel E. Gavala ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Csongei Mr. Thomas Ferkovic Mr. Alan Florjancic Ms. Mary Walker and Mr. Thomas N. Gill Ms. Linda Larsen The Lubrizol Corporation Ms. Rachel Malley Ms. Susan Murdock Mr. Andrew Rebholz Ms. Lisa Thacker

Michael T. “Mikey” George ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Austin Mr. and Mrs. David S. DiBenedetto GPS Sport Gallery Ms. Katherine Sampson Robert D. Gerrity ‘60 Mrs. Margaret C. Gerrity ∞ George H. Haws Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Beno Thomas R. “Slim” Herman ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Sweeney, Jr. ‘72 ∞ Patricia N. Isabella Mr. and Mrs. Brad Andrew Ms. Linda F. Beller Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Bodle ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Boepple Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Breen ‘86 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Breen ‘53 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bushok Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carle Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 †∞ Mr. Ronald Currie Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Dobrzeniecki Ms. Debbie Feiler Mr. Eugene F. Foster † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased


Mr. and Mrs. Martin M. Haendiges Mr. and Mrs. Seamus G. Hyland ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kelley Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Dr. and Mrs. Mark Massie Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mocho ‘85 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Nugent ‘65 ∞ Mr. Timothy J. O’Brien ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. Norman Plonski, Sr. Ms. Kaie Raig Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Reynolds ‘68 ∞ Ms. Erica Soehnlen Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Straka Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weaver ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Zahn, Jr. ‘89 ∞

Ms. Rhonda R. York‑Walsh and Mr. Dennis J. Walsh ‘73

Dennis J. McGraw ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. McGraw, Jr. ‘72 ∞

James M. Kennedy ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Mulgrew ‘86

Terrence J. Miecznikowski ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Hoffman ∞

Thomas M. Kennedy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73

Paul L. Isabella ‘63 Ms. Erica Soehnlen Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Zahn, Jr. ‘89 ∞

George Kowalski ‘62 Lt. Col. James A. Rush, USA (Ret.) ‘62 ∞

Michael A. Minelli ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Costello Mrs. Margaret R. Daley Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Gilson ‘58 Mrs. Sherry L. Kahl Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kappus ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent K. Lynch ‘56 Mrs. Sharon A. Minelli Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Petrasek Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Plenzler Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Previts ‘58 ∞ Mrs. Noreen Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Jerome D. Wisniewski

James R. Jeffers ‘60 Mr. James M. Jeffers ‘89 ∞ Rev. James G. Karaffa, C.S.C. ‘70 Dr. and Mrs. James E. Miller ‘70 Mary Rose Kelly Mr. and Mrs. John W. Corrigan ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Del Vecchio ‘73 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Geraci Mr. Michael Hughes Ms. Marilou Lancashire Mr. Patrick J. Murray

Gary A. Kleinhenz ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hinkel ∞ Harold E. Kleinsmith Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hinkel ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Kleinsmith ∞

Lawrence T. Markham ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Mahoney Eric F. Marquardt ‘66 Mr. Charles V. Zingalis ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Zingalis Mr. Kevin C. Zingalis ‘14 Mr. Thomas J. Zingalis ‘13 Kevin C. Martin ‘74 Mr. Conor P. Martin ‘04 Donald G. McCarthy ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hauer, Sr. ‘54 ∞

Erin Moran Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Ketterer ‘82 ∞ Brendan T. Mulholland ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Walker Jack P. Mulloy, Sr. ‘60 Ms. JoAnn Kahl and Mr. Tim Alberts Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Denis J. Amato Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Ansberry ‘91 Mr. and Ms. George V. Blaha Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Boehm III

Students gather for Ash Wednesday Mass


“The Book Club” - Susan Keane, Judy Wooster, Loretta Shaw, Mary Lou Pahl and Maureen Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brazytis Mr. and Mrs. John J. Burke, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Burns BuyerQuest Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Carey Mrs. Joan M. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin ‘68 Hon. and Mrs. William J. Coyne Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Cutter ‘60 †∞ Mrs. Veronica M. Dever Hon. and Mrs. John J. Donnelly ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John J. Duffy ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. English Mr. and Mrs. John H. Eyerman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. L. James Forshey Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fussner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gable ‘64 ∞ Ms. Margaret A. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gibel ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John T. Gilson ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Grossman Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hannemann Mr. and Mrs. Tadaaki Hatta †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hinkel ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Hollo ‘64 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. William R. Holton ‘60 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. George N. Ittu Mr. and Mrs. Rolland L. Johns ‘61 †∞ Mr. Doug Justus Mrs. Sherry L. Kahl Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kappus ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. James R. Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Kucler Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kurzenberger Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Lanzen Mr. and Mrs. William R. Litzler Dr. and Mrs. Edward G. Mansour Mr. and Mrs. David C. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. McAuliffe Dr. Sharie McNamee and Dr. Lawrence J. McNamee Mr. and Mrs. George Melnyk Dr. and Mrs. W. Thomas Miller Mrs. Audrey Mingus Mrs. Coletta Mulloy Mr. and Mrs. James E. Mulloy ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mulloy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Neitzel Ms. Bettina G. Nugent ∞ Justice and Mrs. Terrence O’Donnell ‘64 ∞ Ms. Susan M. Young and Mr. John G. Prunty ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Rego ‘59 †∞ Mrs. Carol Ann Rini Topps Products Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Wallenhorst ‘72 ∞ Mr. Joe K. Ward

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Mr. and Mrs. Terrance M. Ward ‘65 Ms. Anne G. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. West ‘67 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Yaroma Terrence E. O’Connor ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. James E.* Brogan ‘55 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Funk ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Skowronski G. Richard Olivier ‘53 Mrs. Wanda K. Olivier †∞ Michael “Big Mike” Orbany - 16th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ and Brock L. Danahey ‘22 David L. Palisin ‘64 Ancora Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Boehm III Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chaney Mr. and Mrs. James R. Chriszt Cleveland Athletic Club Men’s Bowling Committee Mr. and Mrs. Everard B. Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Coughlin ‘68 Criterion Tool & Die, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tom DeLisio Mr. and Mrs. Victor F. Erml Mr. and Mrs. Wade M. Fricke Mrs. Debra Fristik Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gable ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Gielty ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hadaway Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hudec Integrity Fab & Machine, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Kappus Ms. Madelyn Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Kiplinger Kiplinger & Co., CPAs, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kraft Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Lesko Mr. and Mrs. William R. Litzler Ms. Yvonne Marzano Mr. and Mrs. John M. McDermott Ms. Diane M. McGill Mr. and Mrs. James P. McMahon ‘70 ∞ Metalloy Company Ms. Jacalyn P. Mihocik Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mocho ‘85 †∞ Moeller Precision Tool Mr. J. Michael Monteleone

Ms. Margaret M. O’Brien and Mr. Charles Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Robert Munson Nicola, Gudbranson & Cooper LLC Mr. Patrick C. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Orendas Mr. Larry Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Pachuta Mr. and Mrs. George Palisin Mr. and Mrs. Terrence J. Palisin ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Palisin Mr. Fred Pfaff PNC Wealth Management Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Pollner Producto Dieco Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rohde Mr. and Mrs. Burt W. Schwab Mr. and Mrs. William L. Searight Mr. and Mrs. Jason Silver Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Simon ‘64 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John D. Southworth Mr. L. K. Stevens and Family Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stitt Sup-R-Die, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Tarkany Ms. Judith Torma Mr. and Mrs. Beau Townsend Mr. and Mrs. John Voso Mr. Joe K. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Weaver, Jr. Westwood Country Club Westwood Women’s Golf Association Mr. Kenneth J. Weyand ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wymer Mr. and Mrs. John J. Zenchak and Family Wilhelm P. Pfaff, Sr. ‘66 Mr. Thomas Gent Ms. Stephanie Guilfoyle Mr. Bill Krohn Ms. Stephanie Krohn Mr. and Mrs. Ken Lavigne Mr. John McTigue Matthew M. Ramser ‘89 Ms. Karla Rogers and Mr. Michael R. Gareau Jr. ‘89 Frank J. Rericha ‘96 Mr. and Mrs. Jason R. Votruba ‘96 ∞ Robert J. Rice ‘62 Mr. George M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hallahan ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Dominic V. Perry Ms. Susan M. Young and Mr. John G. Prunty ‘64 ∞ Dorothy and James J. Rush Lt. Col. James A. Rush, USA (Ret.) ‘62 ∞ † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased


Students attend first ever “Go and Do Likewise” theme-focused retreat. Anne M. Ryan Mr. Herbert R. Chisling Mrs. Sherry L. Kahl Mrs. Carol Ann Rini Mr. and Mrs. J. Kevin Ryan Mrs. Joan M. Ryan ∞ Grandmother of Mrs. Mai Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Famiano ‘71 †∞ William J. Seelie ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Draves ∞ Mary Joyce-Smith Mr. George C. Smith ‘58 †∞ Robert J. Smith ‘65 and Martin G. Smith ‘71 The Smith Family † Preston A. Symon Ms. Bettina G. Nugent ∞ Craig A. Tame ‘67 Ms. Kathleen J. St. John † Kevin A. Terrell ‘65 Mrs. Catherine Terrell ∞ Janet Twiggs Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Twiggs ‘91 †∞ Ernest J. Vince, Jr. ‘62 Lt. Col. James A. Rush, USA (Ret.) ‘62 ∞ James F. Wallenhorst ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Barrett ‘78 Mr. John A. Barrett ‘11 Ms. Maggie Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Benko ‘69 ∞ Mrs. Jennifer L. Bisesi

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew V. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Broadbent ‘74 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Caldart Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Clancy ‘55 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cleary ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred B. Cool Mr. and Mrs. John W. Corrigan ‘73 Credentialing Corporation of America, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Csongei Ms. Marina L. Cutarelli Saul Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ Mrs. Elizabeth J. DeChant Ms. Jann E. DeChant Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Dobrzeniecki Mr. and Mrs. John J. Duffy ‘61 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. L. James Forshey Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Gall ‘75 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Daniel O. Geib ‘76 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James R. Geuther Mr. and Mrs. Terrance P. Gravens Mr. and Mrs. John T. Hartin Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hauer Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Heil Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Homyak Mrs. Sherry L. Kahl Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kahl ‘82 Ms. Jane A. Kane Mr. and Mrs. John S. Karliak ‘56 Ms. Eileen M. Keating Ms. Colleen Kiely and Mr. Trey Anderson ∞ Ms. Elizabeth M. Kraus Mr. John Lammers Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lammers Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Layton Mr. Michael J. Layton ‘05 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Levindofske ∞ Ms. Mary L. Lonneman Ms. Josephine C. McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Milowicki ∞

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Mocho ‘85 †∞ Ms. Dale Morrison Mrs. Coletta Mulloy Ms. Bettina G. Nugent ∞ Ms. Mary Beth O’Malley Dr. Alice S. Petrulis and Mr. Richard D. Petrulis Mr. and Mrs. William T. Phelan Ms. Rose Anne Platek ∞ Ms. Patricia C. Raglow Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reese Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Reynolds ‘68 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Terrance J. Ryan ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Sauer Mr. and Mrs. J. William Sikora ∞ Ms. Carol J. Skillicorn Mr. and Mrs. Tim Smith Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Sowecke Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tarr Mr. James J. Tusick ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Waitkus ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Wallenhorst ‘75 Mrs. Barbara Wallenhorst Mrs. Eileen A. Wallenhorst Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Wallenhorst ‘72 ∞ Kathleen and Tom Werling and Family Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wilgus ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ian Woodburn Ms. Catie Zahn Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Zahn, Jr. ‘89 ∞ Mr. Charles V. Zingalis ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Zingalis Mr. Kevin C. Zingalis ‘14 Mr. Thomas J. Zingalis ‘13 Mikey Waters Dr. Judith Waters and Dr. Michael P. Waters ‘81 †∞ † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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PLANNED GIVING

LEAVING YOUR LEGACY St. Edward High School has been the “home away from home” for thousands of Alumni since 1949. A legacy of pride in the school was established in those early years, a pride that has only grown over time. From a warm Holy Cross welcome received by all and a foundation of faith and values, to excellence in teaching, and a tremendous array of extra-curricular activities, the School educates young men to be well-rounded, Christ-like servant leaders, ready to enter the world with zeal. Fr. Basil Moreau, C.S.C., founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross, famously wrote, “Zeal is to make God known, loved, and served.” It is your generosity, our most loyal benefactors, who we thank for securing this incredible legacy. The philanthropic suppor t of the St. Edward Community will ensure that we will continue to thrive for future generations of Eagles. In his role as Vice President of Finance, and with 40 years of service to St. Edward, Don Murphy knows how critical philanthropy is to achieving St. Edward’s goals. “It’s impor tant to remember the power of each individual gift, no matter the size,” Murphy says. “Financial aid represents an ongoing and unmet need, especially in these challenging, unchar ted times. Without continued philanthropic suppor t, St. Ed’s ability to fund need-based admissions will remain vulnerable to budget pressures and the economic landscape. With the cost of this year’s full tuition ($17,500), it is not possible for every family to meet this obligation without the suppor t we provide through tuition assistance. We help over 60% of our families, yet our budget cannot fully meet all of the need. In addition, with this year’s pandemic, we have seen an increase in

Mary Ann and Tom Novak ’65

requests for need-based suppor t not seen since the 2008 great recession.” In order to continue to meet this critical, annual need, St. Ed’s has long offered a variety of philanthropic options for donors such as the Annual Fund, Wings Auction, and Endowed Scholarships. Until now, however, there was a four th aspect of fundraising, critical to so many schools, that has not been heavily explored with our Alumni, in par t due to the age demographic of the majority of St. Edward Alumni; you were just too young! Yet as time marches on, planned giving is now a very real and effective option to support our students as well as achieve security and benefits for yourselves and your families. After much planning and preparation, we are excited to launch a new gift planning program that will serve the philanthropic needs of the St. Ed’s Community. The purpose of this effort is to identify new planned giving opportunities that will build long-term financial stability and, ultimately, impact the futures of our Edsmen. Planned giving opportunities help donors increase the impact of their gifts, and allow donors to suppor t an area at St. Ed’s that is impor tant to them while also helping to achieve a personal goal, such as planning for retirement, leaving an estate to family, and avoiding draining tax ramifications. “Planned giving is an act of stewardship and foresight, and it’s a very thoughtful way to fulfill both family and philanthropic interests,” said Paul Mocho ’85, Vice President of Institutional Advancement. “Funds can be marked for the future, or a por tion can be reserved for current use. Cash and appreciated securities may be used to fund these gift arrangements to suppor t the school while providing income and tax benefits to donors and their loved ones.” Highlighting the new initiative is the website: SEHSLegacy.org, which will gauge donors’ interests in making planned gift to St. Ed’s. The site will serve as a valuable tool for the qualification and gift planning needs of donors. Those who log on will receive a quar terly e-newsletter that highlights planned giving oppor tunities, and provides resources that encourage donors to consider a planned gift as par t of their philanthropic goals. Additionally, various print pieces have been created to help educate our constituents on their planned giving options. These include a comprehensive guide to create an estate plan, how planned giving works, and individual guides that highlight each planned gift option. Donors who have committed a planned gift to St. Ed’s share their stories on the website:


Patricia and Roger Pennycook ’60

“My wife, Mary Ann, and I are grateful to be able to give back to St. Ed’s annually and as par t of our estate. We give in appreciation for the positive impact the school has had on my life. I believe that the current teachers and staff at St. Ed’s have a tremendous impact on the lives of countless young men who, I can only hope, will look back with gratitude someday like I do.” –Tom Novak ‘65 “In my case, it was St. Ed’s that was a strong component of my foundation. My wife, Patricia, and I were never blessed with children. However, we now see an oppor tunity through our estate to help financially less for tunate young men attend St. Ed’s. We have the means to make a significant planned gift to the St. Ed’s Endowment that can provide Edsmen this oppor tunity.” –Roger Pennycook ‘60 For Alumnus and current parent Glen Danahey ‘80, it was his parents’ generosity that influenced his decision to create a planned gift at St. Ed’s. “My parents, Dolores and Roy, put my brothers, Scott ‘74, Dale ‘77, Troy ‘83, and me through St. Edward

High School, providing us with a quality education that has led us to enjoy successful careers.” Glen’s planned gift will suppor t the endowment that he created in 2003 that provides tuition suppor t for students attending St. Ed’s. “One of the best investments parents can make is the education of their children. I want to pay it forward in a more significant and impactful way. I want to help ensure that my son, Brock ‘22, and future Edsmen, are afforded the same oppor tunities we have all enjoyed,” said Glen. The transformation from a teenager into a young adult happens exponentially from freshman to senior year and is an extremely impor tant foundation, essential to future success. “I continue to witness the transformation of St. Ed’s and these young men and I am happy to invest in them both,” said Glen. Please explore the new St. Edward Planned Giving site at SEHSLegacy.org. We welcome feedback, questions, comments, and the opportunity to speak with you about your estate planning goals and how your support can make a lasting difference to current and future generations of Eagles. The pride of St. Edward is alive and flourishing. Despite the enormous uncer tainties ahead, we will meet all current and future challenges. “A great school begins with great faculty and staff who attract great students. St. Ed’s has phenomenal faculty and students with the tenacity to adapt in the face of enormous challenges,” said President Jim Kubacki. The School and our Holy Cross traditions endure, and with your continued support, St. Edward High School will serve as that “home away from home” for many years to come! Please contact Paul Mocho ’85, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, at 216-227-2232 or pmocho@sehs.net with any questions about the new planned giving initiative.

4 ‘80 and Brock ‘22 Danahey Students attend first ever “Go andGlen Do Likewise” them-focused rretreat.


Br. John William Donoghue, C.S.C. Legacy Society The Br. John William Donoghue, C.S.C. Legacy Society recognizes special benefactors who have included St. Edward High School in their estate plans, thereby ensuring a strong future for the school. The following members have made a legacy commitment to St. Edward in the form of a bequest, a life insurance gift, an IRA gift, a charitable lead trust, or a contribution from a lifetime income plan such as a charitable remainder trust, charitable gift annuity, or a pooled income fund. We are grateful to their commitment to St. Edward’s future. Anonymous* †∞ (9) Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Ansberry III ‘67 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Arnold ‘67 Mrs. JoAnne Romer-Aylward and Mr. Brian J. Aylward ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Backus ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Hilary F. Beatrez ∞ Mr. Michael V. Bownick ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Brandt ‘81 Mr. Robert F. Burkhardt ‘54 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cachat ‘66 †∞ Dr. Susan Carlin and Mr. Michael A. Carlin ‘66 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cleary* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.* Corrigan ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Corrigan ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Glen E. Danahey ‘80 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Dantio ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Dorenkott ‘69 Mr. Martin P. Dugan ‘69 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Fox, Sr.* Mr. and Mrs. William W. Gadd ‘53* Mr. and Mrs. James P. Gardner ‘62 †∞ Mrs. Margaret M. Geib* Mr. Kevin A. Haag ‘67 †∞ Mr. Mark A. Hatgas ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Hermes ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Holland ‘54 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Holland ‘57 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Hollo ‘64 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. James F. Jollay ‘55 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kahl ‘81 †∞ Mr. Thomas J. Kelley, Sr. ‘55* Mr. Thomas F. Kemer ‘55* Mr. Charles H. Kline ‘98 Mr. John S. Levicki ‘58* Mr. and Mrs. Gregg A. Lowe ‘80 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. William N.* Marquard ‘53 Mr. John T. McGeehan ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. McSweeney ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A.* Minelli ‘58 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Mullen ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Novak ‘65 ∞ Ms. Bettina G. Nugent ∞ Mr. and Mrs. John F. O’Brien ‘54 †∞ Mr. Kevin O’Brien ‘59 Mr. and Mrs. James S. O’Connor ‘61 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. O’Connor ‘67 ∞ Rev. Thomas V. O’Donnell ‘54 ∞ Mr. Daniel P. O’Heren ‘69* Mr. and Mrs. David L.* Palisin ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Pancoast ‘57 Mr. and Mrs.* Thomas C. Pavlik, Sr. ‘59 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Pennycook ‘60 ∞ Ms. Deborah Forkas and Mr. Ronald A. Perger ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Ptacek ‘62 ∞

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Mr. James J. Ramagli ‘67* Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rieke ‘60 †∞ Mr. and Mrs. Charles A.* Rini, Sr. ‘56 Mrs. Abigail C. Sammon* Mr. Kenneth E. Schenosky ‘71* Mr. James H. Schwartz ‘62* Mr. Thomas X. Singer ‘57 Mr. Edsel W. Stroup ‘57* Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Tadych ‘63 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Taylor ‘64 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. William A. Telliard ‘59* Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.* Tracy ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Traynor ‘74 ∞ Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Uebbing ‘60 † Mr. and Mrs. David J.* Viancourt ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Walsh ‘82 † Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased


Foundations & Organizations Charitable Funds and Foundations Anonymous AmazonSmile The Jay and Coletta Ansberry, Jr. Donor Advised Fund of The Catholic Community Foundation Best Buy Foundation Brothers of Holy Cross Midwest Province † Robert & Virginia Burkhardt Charitable Foundation †∞ The Doris J. Burkley Scholarship Fund Educational Trust, Elizabeth A. Goodwin, J.D., Trustee Castele Family Scholarship Fund of The Catholic Community Foundation The Catholic Community Foundation Catholic Holy Family Society Church of the Gesu Cleveland Bakers’ Local No. 19 The Cleveland Foundation Thomas J. Coltman Foundation † David J. Fahey, Jr. ‘95 Memorial Fund Fr. Ragan Charitable Foundation The Martin T. Galvin Memorial Scholarship Fund of Catholic Lawyers Guild The Joseph and Joan Gaul Endowment Fund of The Cleveland Foundation J. Harrington and Marie E. Glidden Foundation Heinen’s Teaming Up for Education Donation Program The House of LaRose Knights of Columbus Knights of Columbus Council 2790 Knights of Columbus Council 3087 The Laub Foundation †∞ The Lubrizol Foundation Carol A. and James J. McInnis Charitable Trust Metro Catholic School The MetroHealth System John P. Murphy Foundation The James and Elizabeth Niehaus Donor Advised Fund of The Catholic Community Foundation James W. O’Brien Foundation Our Lady of Angels Our Lady of Peace Church The Past Presidents Foundation Henry J. & Antoinette M. Ruppel Memorial Fund †∞ Saint Adalbert Church Saint Bernadette Elementary School Saint Raphael Parish Saints Joseph and John Interparochial School

Family and Friends of Steve Schmidt ‘03 The Walter V. & Judith L. Shipley Family Foundation †∞ St. Agnes - Our Lady of Fatima Church St. Edward High School Alumni Association †∞ St. Edward High School Mothers’ Club St. Peter School Parent Teacher Unit of St. Peter’s North Ridgeville St. Thomas More Church St. Vitus Church The Sullivan Scholars Fund of The Cleveland Foundation The Swaminathan and Garg Foundation The Veale Foundation Dr. Frank Vecchio & Helen Williams Vecchio Foundation †∞ The Vesper Foundation

Mutersbaugh & Mastrantonio, LLP Olympic Forest Products Company The James B. Oswald Company Charitable Fund at The Cleveland Foundation Paragon Tec, Inc. Park Edge Group LLC Regency Construction Services, Inc. Schirmer Construction LLC Shurtape Technologies South Shore Cable Construction, Inc. Sweet Basil Neapolitan Style Pizzeria Teamsters Local Union No. 507 UBS Unity Catholic Federal Credit Union Veritrak Systems Inc. Westwood Women’s Golf Association Woodbine Products Company

Matching Gift Companies

Organizations 1-888-OhioComp Accurate Group, LLC Advanced Polymer Coatings Advantage Analytics, Inc. American Tank and Fabricating Co. Ansys, Inc. Apex Sales Agency, Inc. Cleveland Athletic Club Men’s Bowling Committee Company 119, Ltd. Credentialing Corporation of America, Inc. Danes Planning, Inc. DiIorio Sheet Metal, Inc. Eagle Cement Inc. Elios Financial Group, Inc. Fahey Group, LLC Generations Healthcare Management Giant Eagle GPS Sport Gallery Gray Dog Diner Great Lakes Brewing Company The Home Depot Huck Holdings Inc Integrated Power Services Joyce Buick GMC Kelley & Ferraro LLP Kleinhenz Jewelers Knuth’s Lake Digital Lakewood Firefighter Credit Union Lisco Heating & Cooling, Inc. Maloney + Novotny LLC Mocina Coffee †∞ Motorcars Acura Volvo Neitzel, Luke & Associates Niekamp, Weisensell,

Alliance Data Ameriprise Financial Gift Matching Program Bank of America Foundation Matching Gift Program Bank of New York Mellon The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Charles Schwab Foundation Costco Wholesale Corporation Delta Air Lines Foundation Eaton Corporation FM Global Foundation Freeport-McMoRan Foundation ICE NYSE Foundation KeyBank Foundation Lexis-Nexis Matching Gift Program Medtronic Foundation The New York Life Foundation Nordson Corporation Foundation Parker Hannifin Foundation PNC Foundation PPG Foundation PricewaterhouseCoopers The Progressive Insurance Foundation Sentry Insurance Foundation, Inc. The Sherwin-Williams Foundation TEGNA Foundation UnitedHealth Group Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program

† Holy Cross Society ∞ C.S.C. Loyalty Club * Deceased

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Victor Serrano ’22

2019-2020 Statement of Operations St. Edward’s fundraising efforts and endowment growth are critical to the success of the school’s Holy Cross Mission. They support many aspects of academic life at the school, including financial assistance for students, curriculum development, faculty salaries, extracurricular activities, and service programs, among many other areas. Net tuition income covers approximately 88% of the actual cost of educating each student. The remaining 12% of revenue generated to meet St. Edward’s annual operating budget comes from fundraising, endowment income, and auxiliary revenue. While we are pleased to report good numbers, we recognize that we could not have accomplished this without the generous support of our community. Special purpose gifts, gifts to the endowment that provide annual income, and annual fund gifts made directly to operations supplement the operating revenues, helping to maintain a reasonable tuition and fee schedule and supplementing our financial aid budget. From the Board of Trustees to the faculty and staff, all constituents have been strategic in making the most of each dollar spent.

Revenues Tuition & Fees (Net of Finanical Aid) Other Operating Revenue Total Revenue from Operations Investment Earnings Annual Giving The Courage to Act Campaign Total Revenue from Gifts Total Revenues

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Expenditures $12,289,395 $1,032,893 $13,322,288 $359,030 $2,233,247 $1,330,139 $3,922,416 $17,244,704

Educational Management and General Fundraising Total Expenditures

$12,010,582 $2,811,137 $1,232,049 $16,053,768


Ways To Give The role of the Office of Institutional Advancement is to plan and oversee the implementation of advancement programs supporting the school’s major constituencies in support of St. Edward High School’s four-pillared mission of faith formation, excellence, relationships and servant leadership. These programs are designed to promote volunteerism, long-lasting relationships, and philanthropy that will culminate in successful fundraising activities to meet the short- and long-term needs of the school. There are many ways to participate in the St. Edward High School Community and to contribute needed resources that are vital to the success of our students and school.

Volunteerism

Volunteer support helps to build some of the most distinctive qualities of St. Edward High School, such as shared values, hospitality, a sense of community and common purpose, and a dedication to the virtues of servant leadership. As a volunteer, you are the backbone of many of our successful endeavors. Volunteers create lasting friendships among their peers and serve as role models to our students. Some of the many available opportunities include participating in Annual Fund phonathons, supporting Admission Office activities, serving on one of the parent or alumni volunteer organizations, and helping to support special events such as the annual Wings Auction.

Philanthropy

Donors can make a charitable contribution to St. Edward High School in a variety of ways: Cash Outright gifts by check or cash are immediately available for the school’s use in implementing a wide variety of programs and initiatives, in addition to supporting the daily life of St. Edward High School. Not only are cash gifts highly effective in enhancing the school, but they also offer benefits to the donor and may be deductible on federal income tax returns. Each donor should consult with a tax adviser based on his or her individual circumstances. Credit Cards Many donors prefer to pay by credit card to take advantage of various credit card promotions, such as frequent flyer miles and other reward programs. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. The same tax benefits apply. Securities and Real Estate Outright gifts of long-term appreciated securities and real estate held 12 months or more can result in a significant tax savings for the donor. For tax purposes, the value of the gift is its fair market value on the day it is given. Because you are not required to pay capital gains taxes on the appreciation of the stock, the actual cost to you is far less than the real value of your gift to St. Edward High School. You receive an income tax deduction for the full, fair market value of the gift.

Charitable IRA Rollover The IRA Charitable Rollover allows individuals 70.5 or older to make a tax-free rollover using funds transferred directly from their IRA. This means you can donate up to $100,000 from your IRA without having to count the distribution as taxable income, and it counts toward your required minimum distribution. Since you will not be taxed on the income, no income tax deducation may be claimed. Consult your plan administrator for more details. Recurring Gift A recurring gift is an ongoing, specific gift amount determined by a donor that is charged monthly to a donor’s credit card or checking account. Your love for St. Edward is second nature. Now, showing your support can be just as automatic. Setting up a recurring gift is convenient, customizable and environmentally friendly. Most important, recurring gifts are a dependable source of support that St. Edward can count on throughout the year. Recurring gifts are an easy way to make a big impact that works for your budget and schedule. For example, you can become a member of the Holy Cross Society with a monthly gift of just $167. Planned Gifts Planned gifts – such as bequests, gifts from retirement plans, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, and life insurance policies – have future benefits for St. Edward High School. Donors making such commitments are members of the Br. John William Donoghue, C.S.C. Legacy Society. Pledges Donors may make pledges to the Annual Fund payable by June 30. Donors also may spread certain major gift payments over a period of years. Many St. Edward supporters have made multi-year pledges to capital campaigns, endowment funds, and other special projects. Matching Gifts If you or your spouse work for a company that matches gifts to secondary schools, your contributions can have double the impact. Information on matching gifts is typically available in a company’s personnel or human resources office.

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Office of Institutional Advancement Staff

Office of Institutional Advancement For more information or to discuss giving options, please contact a member of our Office of Institutional Advancement. Paul Mocho ’85 Vice President of Institutional Advancement pmocho@sehs.net 216.221.3776 x203

Dan Wallenhorst ’04 Alumni Relations Manager dwallenhorst@sehs.net 216.221.3776 x257

Colleen Kiely Associate Vice President of Institutional Advancement ckiely@sehs.net 216.221.3776 x259

Cathy Milowicki Institutional Advancement Database and Donor Services Manager cmilowicki@sehs.net 216.221.3776 x281

Traci Zahn Director of Development tzahn@sehs.net 216.221.3776 x256

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Emily McGee Advancement Associate emcgee@sehs.net 216.221.3776 x266


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