Nolan Catholic PRESIDENT’S REPORT
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Click or Scan to Watch Video The Nolan Catholic High School President’s Report celebrates the generosity of our community. The report recognizes all audited charitable gifts and payments made to Nolan Catholic High School between July 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021, including those in support of endowments, capital projects, designated gifts, special events, tuition assistance, memorials, academic programs, and operations.
Under the direction of the Nolan Catholic Board of Directors, the volunteer members of the Advisory Council bring real world experience to share in the Nolan Catholic High School mission and vision. Their insightful guidance has helped to shape our school into one of the premier Catholic high schools in the nation. We thank each member for his and her commitment of time, talent, and treasure.
Father Moon, Chaplain Kristy Webb, President Oscar Ortiz, Principal Ryan Faller, Assistant Principal for Academics Cindy Jung, Assistant Principal for Student Affairs Spencer Smith, Dean of Student Formation Mandy Lester, Dean of Academics Brian Gaffney, Athletic Director
Lana Beeter, Controller Jennifer Denney, Executive Director of Admissions, Marketing, and Communications John Alves, Director of Development Grant Thomas, Executive Director of Facilities Jeff Suda, Executive Director of Technology Olga Watson, Director of Campus Ministry Alex Mechalske, Graphic Designer
The Most Reverend Michael F. Olson, STD, Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth Brinton Smith, Superintendent, Catholic Schools of the Diocese of Fort Worth
Kristy Webb, President, Nolan Catholic Oscar Ortiz, Principal, Nolan Catholic
Board of Directors
Ross Griffith, Chair of the Council Sean Laughlin, Vice Chair of the Council Dr. Joann Sanders, Secretary Laura Behee Julia Ermish Patrice Hall Kevin Imming Michelle Miller-Lovato Sam Saladino Tiana Sanford Amanda Stallings Ex-Officio Members Kristy Webb, President Oscar Ortiz, Principal 1 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT FALL 2022
Dear Nolan Catholic Community, We have begun a new school year, and we are excited about starting new classes, new athletic seasons, new adventures, new roles, and new relationships. As other leaders of Nolan and I have prepared for this 2022-23 school year, we have talked much about how important the beginning of the new academic year is to the entire year’s success. What we do on the first days will build a strong and impactful foundation for our students, parents, alumni, friends, and benefactors in the days and weeks to come. Everyone across the region will watch us closely to see how well we accomplish our objectives and goals. We intentionally and strategically focus on the goals that reflect excellence in everything we do here at Nolan Catholic. Our Nolan Catholic community knows and recognizes the phrase “Esto Dux,” which means “Be a Leader.” Some may not realize the significance and importance of how this motto guides each administrator, teacher, coach, and staff member. We are compelled to train our young men and women to “be leaders” here at Nolan Catholic and throughout their lives, careers, vocations and wherever they may live in the world. It is my privilege to introduce Nolan Catholic’s newest leader, Principal Oscar Ortiz. Mr. Ortiz brings a vast amount of experience to the position as he moves in to lead our academic programs. You will be hearing much from him throughout this first semester. Welcome, Mr. Ortiz and your family, to our Nolan Catholic community! There is no greater evidence of the impact of a Nolan Catholic education than the information reflected on the pages of this 2020-21 President’s Report. Your generosity continues to inspire, and we are overwhelmed by the devotion of our donors. Please take some time to review this report and pay particular attention to the spotlight articles. You will see in action and practice the motto that guides all that we strive to do here at Nolan Catholic. Esto Dux! Gratefully,
Mrs. Kristine Webb President, NCHS
Letter from Kristy Webb
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Viking Club Classic
Tony Hernandez Memorial Golf Tournament Paul Knippel Memorial Golf Tournament
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Through the generous support of Bishop Michael Olson and the Advancement Foundation of the Diocese of Ft. Worth, a new Convent has been built on Nolan Catholic’s campus. This action emphasizes the importance and significance of the Dominican Sisters in the teaching ministry in the schools throughout the Diocese as well as the financial management and support of the Advancement Foundation offered to all Diocesan entities. GOD LOVES A CHEERFUL GIVER
Blessed Imelda Lambertini’s story is so well entrenched in the collective memory of Dominican brothers and sisters around the world that it has remained firmly in the order’s history. The Dominican Sisters of Mary Immaculate, working across the Diocese of Fort Worth, continue to offer a faith unspoiled in its intensity. Blessed Imelda understood instinctively what many of us sometimes forget: that it is the single-hearted who are blessed and that unless we become like children, we cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven. This fall, the newly constructed Blessed Imelda Convent, located on the Nolan Catholic campus, will open to house the Dominican Sisters who serve as teachers at St. George, St. Joseph, St. John the Apostle, St. Rita, Holy Family, St. Peter the Apostle, and Nolan Catholic. In addition to teaching, Sisters also serve as directors of religious education at St. Jude Parish in Mansfield. The Order was founded in Vietnam, and the Sisters first arrived in Texas in 1975, settling in Houston. They are shaping and leading young souls daily across the state and particularly here in Fort Worth, to know the truth, beauty, and goodness of our Catholic faith. Bishop 5 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT FALL 2022
Olson has reminded us often of St. Dominic’s love for these attributes and the Diocese is blessed to have the Sisters of Mary Immaculate here. Nolan Catholic is extraordinarily grateful to Bishop Olson and the Advancement Foundation for the beautiful new convent on our campus. The Foundation is a separate 501(c)3 Texas non-profit corporation that serves as an integrated auxiliary arm supporting all ministries of the Diocese. The Foundation receives contributions intended by benefactors to support all Diocesan activities while managing, investing, and distributing these generous contributions. The Foundation serves the stewardship and funding needs of all entities across the Diocese. The professional staff, led by President/CEO Clint Weber, educates, motivates, and invigorates stewardship across the Diocese in a fiscally transparent and responsible manner. As the Dominican Sisters so often remind us, “God loves a cheerful giver!” We are all called to sacrificial giving throughout our lives as just a small way to show gratitude to God for all that He has so generously given to each of us. Advancement Foundation advisors offer many ways to support the Diocesan causes you care most about.
There is a giving option available to best support the parish, school, program, or ministry of your choice. As you consider how and when to give, please know that no matter the amount of your gift, the impact will be eternal. The Advancement Foundation makes a difference in all of our lives by fostering a true culture of stewardship that manifests itself through prayerful, intentional, and joyful contributions of time, talent, and treasure. For more information or to speak directly with a Foundation team member, please reach out by phone 817-5337242, or email – email@example.com. Thank you in advance for your prayers of support and willingness to explore how you can make a gift that has an eternal impact.
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Community Involvement Esto Dux Serve Like A Saint Today
Show me your hands. Do they have scars from giving? Show me your feet. Are they wounded in service? Show me your heart. Have you left a place for divine love? ~ Venerable Fulton J. Sheen
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2nd Annual Catholic Bowl
Faith, Freedom, Football
Nolan Catholic participated in the Second Annual Catholic Bowl in Frisco, Texas. The event celebrates Catholic education and athletics with a focus on FAITH, FREEDOM, and FOOTBALL. The six schools who were represented in Ford Center at The Star are examples of quality Catholic education, as they honor God by using their leadership, athletic and academic talents. Each of these schools bears a proud tradition of excellence among its students, faculty, and alumni. The Catholic Bowl was represented by Nolan Catholic, St. Thomas High School - Houston, John Paul II High School, St. Edmund High School, Sacred Heart High School, and St. Paul Catholic School. Each school joined for Mass and dinner on Friday, September 9 leading up to the Saturday games.
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NOLAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Expanding the Experience
Nolan Catholic High School is committed to making improvements to our 36-acre property. We have a dedicated facilities committee and an exceptional facility team that cares for our property. Please consider a campus tour to see our new improvements and learn more about our needs and priorities. Safety and Security • Phase 1 Funded and Completed 2019 • Phase 2 Projected Date 2024 - Unfunded Priority of $1.5M Exterior Door Replacements Interior Door Replacements Adding Exterior Speakers Adding Exterior Cameras Commons Security Upgrades Main Drive with Removable Bollards Lane Dividers Parking Lot Wrought Iron Fencing Additions and Landscaping Access Control Upgrades Nolan Catholic Chapel • Phase 1 2025 - Outdoor Pavilion 2.5M Build an outdoor pavilion to provide an outdoor space for weekly mass and other Nolan Catholic special events. The pavilion will become part of the future chapel. • Phase 2 2031 - Chapel of $35M Future site of 1200-person capacity chapel for daily mass Athletic Complex Updates and Needs - $18M Build Field House Turf Softball and Baseball fields New Batting Cages Turf replacement for the football field Track resurfacing Remodel locker room and bathrooms Nolan Catholic Curb Appeal Project - $3.5M Improve the curb appeal of school New banners and flags Resurface parking lot Landscape
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MASTER PLAN DEVELOPMENT
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The talented and dedicated teachers, staff and administration inspire, guide, and lead our students throughout the school year. We are humbled by the generous and sacrificial support from our team.
Faculty and Staff 2020-21 was a challenging time due to the COVID global pandemic. However, the faculty and staff at Nolan Catholic High School were equipped and ready for in-person AND remote instruction at the start of the school year and made the best of a serious time in our country’s history. Our teachers did an incredible job of managing extra responsibilities and challenges and kept students on track with their studies. Our staff worked through restrictive protocols and kept up with the changes as they were directed from the Diocese. We honor and commend the tenacity of our faculty and staff during that precarious time, and we are grateful for their dedication.
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Parents of Alumni, Grandparents and Friends
Nolan Catholic has a rich history because of the legacy of families that sent their children to Our Lady of Victory High School, Laneri High School and ultimately, Nolan Catholic High School. We are blessed because of the continuity and tradition of Catholic education in the Diocese of Fort Worth. We are also blessed by families that have entrusted and continue to entrust their children to this important ministry of our Catholic faith. We extend our deep gratitude and appreciation to all who have a relationship with Nolan Catholic and continue to support our mission.
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Every time you give to the Diocese of Fort Worth, your parish, a Catholic school or other ministry, you are giving a gift to God. Giving directly from an IRA account to the Advancement Foundation is one of the smartest ways to make a real impact for the Catholic Church. ELIGIBILITY FOR AN IRA QUALIFIED CHARITABLE DISTRIBUTION (QCD)
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Your QCD can count towards your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD).
You can give any amount (up to a maximum of $100,000) per year from your IRA directly to a qualified charity such as the Diocese of Fort Worth without having to pay income taxes on the money. Gifts of any value $100,000 or less are eligible for this benefit and you can feel good knowing that you are making a difference at the Diocese of Fort Worth. This popular gift option is commonly called the IRA charitable rollover, but you may also see it referred to as a qualified charitable distribution, or QCD for short.
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HOW TO MAKE AN IRA QUALIFIED CHARITABLE DISTRIBUTION The Advancement Foundation processes IRA distributions as a service to parishes, Catholic schools and ministries in the Diocese of Fort Worth. 1. Complete the form on the reverse side. 2. Send one copy of the form to your IRA administrator and a second copy to Dianna Rhoads at firstname.lastname@example.org. 3. Upon receipt of the funds from your IRA administrator, the Advancement Foundation will direct proceeds to the parish, school or ministry you designate on the form.
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Nolan Catholic Alumni
Nolan Catholic Alumni selflessly and joyfully give their time, talent, and treasure contributing directly to the success of our school. Their generous support during the 20202021 school year is seen in this report, demonstrating their belief in the Nolan Catholic mission and vision as well as affirming their support of school leadership. Their support transforms the lives of our students while simultaneously blessing them by this generosity.
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Nolan’s Robo Vikes advance to World Championship Adapted from North Texas Catholic article: by Sandra Engelland April 19, 2022
This past spring, competing in the “varsity sport for the mind,” a group of Nolan Catholic High School students advanced to the robotics equivalent of the Olympics. Nolan’s Robo Vikes competed at the World Robotics Championship in Houston after they won multiple championships and awards at district, regional, and state competitions. Robo Vikes, which began in 2011 with just a few students, now has 32 students and 11 mentors, some of them engineering professionals from Lockheed Martin and Bell Helicopter. They compete in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competitions as Team 4206.
They won district championships this past season in Amarillo and at a meet Nolan hosted in Fort Worth and placed third at a Florida contest. The Robo Vikes attended the FIRST In Texas District Championships, accompanied by Bishop Michael Olson, and earned the title of District Championship Finalist and won the Gracious Professionalism award for outstanding demonstration of FIRST Core Values and working together both on and off the playing field. The 2022 season is sponsored by Boeing and features robots that pick up oversized tennis balls and shoot them into an 8-foot goal. Before time expires, they attempt to climb a series of three “monkey bars,” each one two feet higher than the previous bar. The robots have 2 minutes and 30 seconds for each round, with the 13 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT FALL 2022
first 15 seconds set aside for programming autonomous actions. Some actions work autonomously while other tasks are initiated by a team member via a controller. The robotics team is coached by engineering teacher Brad Billeaudeau. “Everything you learn in the engineering classroom is here: programming, manufacturing, the design process, CAD (computer aided design),” Billeaudeau said. “It’s the practical application of that knowledge.” “We have people doing data analytics, scouting matches, strategists, assemblers, drivers, a presenter, so many different roles.” Some 400 teams from 37 countries competed in the World Championship. For each match, a team was randomly paired with another team and go up against two other teams. You never know who you’ll be teamed with, which fosters a spirit of “coopertition,” a mix of cooperation and competition. Paladin said, “That randomness means you help each other and help others whenever you’re available.” Not all mentors are engineers. Some are Nolan parents, past and present. Julia Ermish’s son graduated from Nolan in 2021, but she stayed involved to support Catholic education and assist the team to “make sure it’s there for them to continue.” In addition to all their other duties, students must find sponsors for the team and raise funding. This year’s sponsors include Variosystems, Regan Scientific, Lockheed Martin, Bell Helicopter, Southwest Airlines, FWN&A, Mouser Electronics, Uptown Pup, and the Crane Family Foundation. Individuals also can contribute to funding Robo Vikes. For more information, email email@example.com.
LAST 5 YEARS
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NATIONAL HISPANIC RECOGNITION PROGRAM
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FISCAL YEAR 20/21 Financial Report
Nolan Catholic High School is a not-for-profit organization whose mission and principal activities were organized in 1961 to provide quality secondary education to students in the Fort Worth area. The school is operated under the direction of the Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth. The financial information contained herein was compiled from the Independent Auditor’s Report and Financial Statements of Nolan Catholic High School for the year ending June 31, 2021. The revenues and related costs of supporting program services and other activities have been summarized on a functional basis in the statement of activities. The statement of functional expenses presents the natural classification detail of expenses by function. Accordingly, certain costs have been allocated among program and supporting services based upon specific identification of costs, the approximate percentage of time expended, or usage of a building, as appropriate. Any outside distribution, use, or reproduction of the information contained in this report, without the prior consent of NCHS and the Central Office of the Diocese of Fort Worth, is unauthorized.
Indirect costs allocated to all four functions include: Insurance; Maintenance and Repairs and Lawn Maintenance; Janitorial Services; Security; Utilities; Copier Rental; Postage; and Depreciation.
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A Message from the Director of Development
Nolan Catholic High School was founded and located in 1961 at this present location because of
the magnificent gift of land by Amon Carter, Sr. to then Bishop Thomas Gorman, leader of the Diocese of DallasFort Worth. Our very existence is because of this gift, and we continue today because of the sustaining generosity of YOU - our alumni, parents, friends, and benefactors. Without you, none of the achievements of our school or students would continue to be possible. Thank you for your support and kindness. The sacrifices made by our pioneering and current administrators, teachers and staff is matched by the generosity of families who chose and continue to choose Nolan Catholic High School. We stand only because of this foundation upon which the school was founded. Women from Our Lady of Victory and men from Laneri High School set a course that 61 years later still benefits our community each and every day. It is a humbling and sincere privilege to serve at this time as the Director of Development for Nolan Catholic. Because of our desire and commitment to recognize and honor this giving community, we present to you this President’s Report. Please note that while we have made a very serious effort to acknowledge all that have given in 2020-21, there may be some errors, so please inform us of any omissions or required corrections in our reporting.
John Alves, Director of Development firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you in advance for your understanding and assistance to ensure the accuracy of our records. Of all the human qualities, gratitude is perhaps the most difficult to express appropriately or completely. It may only be in Heaven that we will adequately be able to express this powerful attribute. Please know of our profound appreciation, and may this report give you at least a hint of how important we consider each of you to be in our shared life mission of acquiring eternal happiness.
SAVE THE DATE 2.4.23 Don’t forget to save the date for our 80s Prom Night, Saturday, February 4, 2023 at the Hurst Conference Center! Please consider becoming a sponsor or purchasing a table with friends. Scan the QR code or click here to learn more. GALA ENTERTAINMENT Not only will you get to dress in your best 80s prom attire, but you will also experience the super-fun entertainment of The Spazmatics! This 80s tribute band will play all the greatest 80s hits and will surely be a totally awesome show! You will not want to miss it! TUITION RAFFLE One raffle ticket winner will be drawn on Saturday, February 4, 2023, at 10:00 A.M. and will be announced live on Facebook. The winner will receive a $5,000 tuition credit for the 2023-2024 school year at any Diocese of Fort Worth Catholic School or a $5,000 Visa gift card. There is not a physical ticket for the raffle. Your purchase confirmation of the Tuition Raffle is your proof. Tuition Raffle purchases are not tax-deductible. • 1 Raffle - $25 • 3 Raffles - $60 • 7 Raffles - $120 *Raffle purchases are not tax-deductible.
Nolan Catholic is proud to announce our official Nolan Catholic Alumni Facebook and Instagram page. You can find us on Facebook, Esto Dux - Nolan Catholic Alumni News, and on Instagram @nchsalum.
Viking Victory Shop
Our brand-new Viking Victory Shop is now open in the library! Come shop for all of your Viking game day needs.
Contact Us: SpiritStore@nchstx.org
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Scholarship Funds and Endowments Individual and family benefactors, Diocesan parishes, corporations and foundations have created endowment and annual scholarships over the years which provide financial aid that is distributed to our deserving students each year. This foresight and generosity are providing a solid base of funding for the future needs of Nolan Catholic students.
STEPHEN BREEN FOUNDATION
Stephen Breen was a member of the Nolan Catholic High School Class of 2007 who died in 2004 after a lengthy battle with cancer. A foundation in Stephen’s memory was established to assist in the education of young men and women. The Stephen Breen Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a graduate of Nolan Catholic who embodies a dedication to the school, serves as a source of encouragement to classmates, exhibits a powerful faith and demonstrates a commitment to the community.
LEPANTO TUITION ASSISTANCE FUND
The Lepanto Tuition Assistance Fund aims to support students and families that desire an education at Nolan Catholic High School and need financial assistance. A dedicated donor has established the Lepanto Tuition Assistance Fund. This generous benefactor supports the mission of Nolan Catholic and is encouraged by the desire and devotion of so many young people who seek an education at Nolan.
“Without the Lepanto Tuition Assistance Fund, I would not be where I am today. This program has helped my family and me tremendously throughout my 2 years here at Nolan... not only has this program been beneficial for me but also for my mom. I have learned so much from being a Nolan student-athlete in the past 2 years, and I look forward to carrying my intelligence to college. This Nolan experience has been one of the best experiences of my life, and I wouldn’t have been able to do it without the Lepanto Financial Aid. This program has really helped me achieve many of my academic goals and also my sports goals. There are still other people at the school just like me that are on this program. I can speak for all of us about this program being the most beneficial program out there. Thank you, Lepanto Tuition Assistance Fund. It really has been the best time of my life.” - Anonymous Student Alumnus In a world desperately seeking leaders of great virtue, faith, integrity, and courage, Lepanto Tuition Assistance Fund awardees recognize the legacy of Lepanto and the opportunity provided them through this financial assistance. 19 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT FALL 2022
THE DR. JOSEPH KUBAN AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE & MUSIC
The Dr. Joseph Kuban Awards for Excellence are college grants awarded annually to two graduating high school seniors. Each award is considered separately with equal emphasis on exemplary performance in the areas of science and music. The award was established to honor Dr. Kuban’s lifelong passions – science and music - as well as his longterm commitment and dedication to Nolan Catholic High School.
TODD C. ANISH MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
The Todd C. Anish Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Todd, Nolan Class of 1987, who was killed in a car accident. The proceeds from the fund and a plaque honor the difference Todd made in the Nolan community.
NOLAN CATHOLIC ENDOWMENTS
Todd C. Anish Memorial Scholarship Michael Stephen Byrne Memorial Scholarship Award Craig Davis Memorial Scholarship Fund Fischer Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Marianne Hoss Harris Scholarship Endowment Fund Logan Kitowski Memorial Fund Lubrano Family Scholarship Quasi-Endowment Fund Paul S. Knippel Memorial Scholarship Fund Marianist Endowment Fund (Society of Mary, Province of St. Louis) D. Brennon Meyer, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund Marc & Paul Rearden Memorial Endowment Fund Minority Student Endowment Fund Faculty & Staff Endowment to Support Financial Aid PRESIDENT’S REPORT FALL 2022 | 20
Annual Fund We are proud to count among our alumni the women of Our Lady of Victory and the men of Laneri High Schools who came to the co-institutional Nolan campus in 1961 upon our founding. As we celebrate our 61st year, we are most grateful for these pioneers that built the foundation we stand on. The benefactors listed here demonstrate their leadership and belief in the value of a Nolan Catholic education.
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In addition to the Annual Fund, the donors listed here are inclusive of all donations made in the 2020-2021 school year.
President’s Circle $5000 and above
Advancement Foundation - Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth Mr. and Mrs. Michael Connors Double Eagle Natural Resources LP Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ermish Mr. and Mrs. David Fischer Good Shepherd Catholic Community J.P. Morgan Charitable Giving Fund Kelly Hart and Hallman LLP Mr. and Mrs. Fred LaGroue Mr. David Lovato and Ms. Michelle Miller Mr. Andrew A. Lubrano Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Munro Mr. and Mrs. Ken Migliaccio Mike’s Garden Center, Mr. Mike Cook, ‘87 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Moore Dr. and Mrs. Gilberto Morales Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morano II National Christian Foundation North Texas National Philanthropic Trust Mrs. Jennifer Hayes Nickels ’89 and Mr. David B. Nickels
North Texas Community Foundation Ella McFadden Charitable Trust North Texas Knights of Columbus Insurance Fort Worth Agency, Mr. Chris Stark Mr. and Mrs. Paul Padilla Mrs. Reda Polk and Mr. Bernard Polk, ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Rene Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. Brad Rupay Scanlan Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John Seidlitz Mr. and Mrs. George Shelton Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Steele SureCrete Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Swienton Dr. Jeffrey Tessier and Dr. Therese Duane The Ben and Mary Frances Doskocil Family Foundation The Benevity Community Impact Fund The Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth The Nelrod Company The Stephen Breen Memorial Foundation Barbara F. Wheeler Foundation
Esto Dux Circle $2500-$4999
Mrs. Sofia Pendergast Barnes, ’85 and Mr. Michael Barnes Mr. and Mrs. James Breen Dr. Michele Cole and Dr. Gary Cole Mr. Kevin Drake FIRST Fort Worth Colonial Charities Frank W. Neal and Associates, Inc. George-McKenna Electric Tony Hernandez Memorial Golf Tournament, Mr. Thomas Hernandez ‘85 Linbeck Group, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Salvatore J. LoCoco Dr. Olfeo Lorenzetti Mr. and Mrs. Richard Muraski Mr. and Mrs. Donald Murphey Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Rios Dr. Joann Sanders Schwab Charitable Mr. Diego Semper Mrs. Margaret Burciaga Taylor, ’77 and Mr. David Taylor Textron Matching Gift Program
Uptown Pup Mr. and Mrs. James Walden Wealth Management – U.S. Bank Dr. Victor Olivas and Ms. Prudence Zavala
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Founder’s Circle $1961-$2499
Bell Helicopter Textron Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Berry Dr. Lewis Britton, ‘70 Gene and Jerry Jones Family Charities
Ms. Rhonda Krasselt, ‘88 Mrs. Carol Walsh Leito, ’75 and Mr. James Leito, III, ‘75 Dr. Jon P. Romer, ‘69
Lepanto Circle $500-$1960
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Alpar America’s Charities Mr. Maximo Angeles Mr. Emmanuel Arias Mr. Douglas Aselage Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Avila Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Becht Mr. Bruce Bennett and Ms. PiChuan Chang Ben E. Keith Beverages Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Berndt Mr. Tim Bicknell Blackbaud Mr. Michael Bourland C&T Lawns, L.L.C., Mrs. Tammy Wolfe Austin, ’89 and Mr. Chris Austin ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Cantu Mr. and Mrs. Michael Catania Mr. and Mrs. Zachary Clark Colonial Country Club Corgan Associates, Inc. DataMax Mr. Michael Davidson, Laneri ‘60 Delgado Orthodontics, Dr. Michael Delgado, ‘86 Mr. Raymond Depta Mr. and Mrs. John DeRuntz Ditt Properties LLC Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Donato Mrs. Nancy Friedman Donohoo, ’64 and Mr. William Donohoo, ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. John Draude Dr. and Mrs. Ronnie L. Erwin Fidelity Charitable FIRST in Texas Fitzpatrick Media Group Mrs. Jennifer Fossier Mrs. Anita Franko and Mr. Michael Franko, ‘77 Mrs. Donna Galvan and Dr. Robert Galvan, ‘63
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Dr. and Mrs. Wilson Garcia Mr. Peter Gerard Mrs. Brenda Griffith and Mr. Ross Griffith, ‘81 Mr. Manny Guerrero Hall Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Ms. Louri O’Leary-Harrison, ‘78 and Mr. Jim Harrison Mrs. Peggy Hebert and Mr. Joseph Hebert, ‘73 Mr. Gregory Hoffman, ‘17 Holy Family Catholic School Horizon Tech Industries (M and E Products Inc), Mr. Jonathan Pastusek, ‘98 Ms. Robyn Howarth Mr. and Mrs. John Hyde Ms. Uyen Nguyen and Mr. Gordon Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kardaras Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Keagy Mr. and Mrs. John Kleiser Knights of Columbus 6269 Mr. Vernon L. Langlinais Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Larson Dr. Anna Lavedan and Dr. Pierre Lavedan Dr. Mary Lindauer and Mr. Patrick Lindauer Lockheed Martin Employees’ Political Action Committee Mrs. Nynochka Strittmatter Lubrano, ’85 and Mr. Lawrence Lubrano, ‘85 Col. and Mrs. Dennis Madl Mr. and Mrs. Norman Malnak Dr. and Mrs. Rey Marquino Mr. and Mrs. Jake Martinez Mr. and Mrs. Mark Matson Mr. and Mrs. Wade Mayer Mr. and Mrs. Michael McAvoy Mr. and Mrs. Ron McClure Mr. Matthew McPhail and Ms. Jennifer Kramer-McPhail Mr. and Mrs. Victor Navarro Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neff Mr. William Nolan
Mrs. Jaclyn Long Osterhaus, ‘00 Dr. Christine Quatro Ott, ‘81 and Mr. Jeffrey Ott Paladini Financial Mgt., Inc., Mr. Matt Paladini Mr. and Mrs. Doug Park Mr. and Mrs. George Paschall Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pecot Pershing – BNY Mellon Company Mr. and Mrs. Don Phifer Mrs. Patricia Gilmore Pierret, ’78 and Mr. Steven R. Pierret PrintMPro Ltd NDSI Direct Solutions, Mrs. Shelley Hyde Renaissance Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Reyes Mr. and Mrs. Akram Rihani R-Maxx General Contracting, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ross Mr. Ben Saladino, ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Saladino Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schiml Mr. and Mrs. Jon Schwartz Mrs. Julie Wegman Schwebel, ’96 and Mr. Gerardo Schwebel Dr. and Mrs. William Seger Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Sexton Mr. and Mrs. David Seyer Shea Family Charitable Trust, Mrs. Jean Ann Shea Stahl Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Simmons Skihi Enterprises, LTD SPD Resources, LP, Mr. Matt Schmidt, ‘98 Mr. Jay Spotts and Ms. Julie Vaccarella Mr. and Mrs. Chris Stark Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Steining Mr. and Mrs. Steven Stierman
Ms. Melissa Swan Tarrant County Farm Bureau Texas Farm Bureau Texas Presbyterian Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson Mrs. Franceen Shocklee Thompson, ’72 and Mr. Peter Thompson, ‘72 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Richard Traylor Mr. and Mrs. Brian Uranga Vanguard Charitable Vela Wood P.C., Mr. Kevin Vela ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walkoviak Mr. and Mrs. David Webster Ms. Rose Hall-Welborn and Mr. Walter Welborn, ‘63
Blue and White Circle $250-$499
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus Mr. and Mrs. John Avila Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Bayer Mr. and Mrs. Trey Becan Mr. and Mrs. Grant Becker Mr. Brad Billeaudeau Mr. and Mrs. John Blakeway Mrs. Mary Walsh Blaschke, ’67 and Mr. Dennis Blaschke, ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borkowski Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Breclaw Mr. and Mrs. John Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Carey Mr. and Mrs. Robb Catalano Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clarke Mrs. Jeannette Cocharo Mr. David Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Jason Collier Mr. and Mrs. James Cummings Mr. and Mrs. William Cyrus Mr. Kent Davis Dr. Robert DeLuca, ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. John Delvac Mr. and Mrs. Russel Devenport Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Eder Mr. and Mrs. Jose Esparza Mrs. Darlene Fazzio and Mr. Frank Fazzio, ‘76 Mr. Robert Williams and Ms. Cheryl Ference Mr. Brian Freeman, ‘05 Mrs. Tracy Friday and Mr. Lee Friday, ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. William Gamble Mrs. Bertha Gomez and Dr. Omar Gomez, ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Haywood Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hazel P.S. Hollis Trust Intel Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jackman Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kahanek Rev. Thomas Kennedy, ‘71 Mrs. Susan Swihart Knippel, ‘76 Mrs. Ann Handler Lawler, Class of ’83 and Mr. Bradley Lawler Mr. and Mrs. Leroy B. Ledet, Jr. Legatus of Fort Worth Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leshner Mr. and Mrs. Chieu Lien Mr. and Mrs. Mukishi Longo
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Ms. Monica Mota-Rodriguez and Mr. Jose De Jesus Martinez Mr. and Mrs. Kevin McCormick Mr. Joseph McDermott, ‘98 Mr. Jason Mills, ‘91 Mrs. Anna Marie Moncrief, ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. John Moore Mr. Joel Morales Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moyer Mr. and Mrs. Alan Nagid Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O’Malley Mr. Clif Overcash, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Parker Mr. and Mrs. Joel Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Rob Peters Mr. and Mrs. Bill Petitt Mr. David Phillips Mrs. Jennifer McDonald Proctor, ‘83 and Mr. Daniel M. Proctor Mrs. Heather Rainey and Mr. Paul Rainey, ‘90 Mrs. Deborah Regalbuto and Mr. Michael Regalbuto, ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reilly Ms. Rachel Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowell Mrs. Joanne M. Ruppel Mr. and Mrs. George Salerno Mr. and Mrs. Richard Self Mr. Dennis Sell Representative and Mrs. Dennis Shingleton Mr. David Siebold, ‘66 Mrs. Frances Wing Soechting, ’78 and Dr. Henry Soechting Ms. Megan Soyer St. Andrew Catholic School St. Joseph Catholic School Mrs. Jean Drollinger Stevens, ‘78 and Mr. Craig Stevens, ‘78 Prof. and Mrs. Leonardo Strittmatter Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sulak Mrs. Ingrid Sullivan Sunbelt Pools Inc Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sutton Mr. and Mrs. David Swaim Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tackett Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Taylor Mrs. Janet Mata Thomas, ‘85 and Mr. Grant Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tice Mr. and Mrs. John Van Zanten Ms. Vonne Velez Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Vennel
Viking Circle $0 - $249
American Airlines Charity Trust Account Mr. Andrew Smith Brig Gen (Ret) and Mrs. David G. Ehrhart Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carden Coca-Cola GIVE Communities Foundation of Texas Mr. David Brooks Ms. Della Hannah Mrs. Mary Meyer Tune, ’89 and Dr. Johnathon D. Tune, Sr. Dr. Celeste Mulry Baldwin, ’73 and Mr. Mark Baldwin Dr. and Mrs. Harlan Jones Mrs. Mary Ann Boteler and Dr. John Boteler, ‘68 Mrs. Carol Hunter Klocek, ’85 and Dr. John Klocek, ‘86 Mrs. Suzanne Wiemar and Dr. Kenneth Wiemar, ‘68 Dr. and Mrs. Paul Vu Dr. and Mrs. Sebastian Ciacchella Dr. Christopher K. Hull Dr. Natalie Hubbard Dr. Symionne Quarles Ms. Ellen Schmitz Mr. Frank Rieger Mr. J. P. Allison Mr. and Mrs. James Hoelke Jamie Henry Mr. Julrey Solis Kendra Scott Ms. Lona Le Mrs. Rhonda Hernandez and Lt Col. Michael Hernandez, ‘90 Maj. and Mrs. Gerald Schwebel Mr. and Mrs. Al Perez Mrs. Lisa Flori Bautz, ’83 and Mr. Andrew Bautz Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Cordell Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Vasquez Mr. and Mrs. Bob Riethman Mrs. Loretta Bernardy Endres, ’94 and Mr. Brad Endres Mrs. Jeanne Radle Lott, ’90 and Mr. Brian Lott Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Corbett Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dossey Mr. and Mrs. Mark Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnston Mrs. Angela Chavez Smith, ‘94 and Mr. Christopher Smith Mr. and Mrs. Colby Horton Mrs. Becky Friday Staats, ‘76 and Mr. D. E. Staats Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gilley Mr. and Mrs. Don Short Mr. and Mrs. Donald Utendorf
Mrs. Rosemary Childress Hayes, ’66 and Mr. Douglas Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Garland Ellsworth Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Westerlage Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jarvis Mrs. Christy Sulak Koelzer, ’91 and Mr. Helmuth P. Koelzer Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fraim Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Geiser Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Martinez Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Gutierrez Mr. and Mrs. John Delatore Mr. and Mrs. John Mutch Mr. and Mrs. John S. Adami Mr. and Mrs. John Sheedy Mr. and Mrs. John T. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Gernhauser Mr. and Mrs. Jon T. Glover Mrs. Angie Waldson Gallaway, ’97 and Mr. Jonathan Gallaway Mr. and Mrs. Jose Fernandez Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dozier Mrs. Amy Bartosiewicz Utendorf, ‘95 and Mr. Kevin E. Utendorf Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Harte Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lewis Mrs. Pam Weaver Jacoby, ’70 and Mr. M. G. Jacoby Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Estrella Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wichter Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lester Mrs. Dianna Flores Noble, ‘78 and Mr. Michael A. Noble Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cash Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gotta Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mike Costanza Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rash Mr. and Mrs. Ned Stocker Mrs. Karen LaCroix Coby, ’66 and Mr. Patrick Coby Mr. and Mrs. Paul Delatore Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Engler Ms. Robin Jermann-Rabito and Mr. Michael Rabito Mrs. Laura Martinez Coalter, ’84 and Mr. Robert A. Coalter Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Behee Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gieselman Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Duron Mr. and Mrs. Samian Vaccarella Mr. and Mrs. Shane Lewis Mrs. Amy Renner Petrie, ’87 and Mr. Shawn Petrie Mrs. Anne Robilllard Mrs. Erika Keever, ’15 Mrs. Diane Burns Mills, ’80 and Mr. Timothy S. Mills
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Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bosquez Mr. and Mrs. William Arneson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Robinson Mrs. Pam Dolenz and Mr. Bruce Dolenz, ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Dana Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gutknecht Mrs. Veronica Davidson Tucker, ’94 and Mr. Aaron Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Adam Pick Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rosales Mr. and Mrs. Agustin Cano Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Crisafulli Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Martin Mrs. Heather Pearson and Mr. Anthony Pearson, ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Romero Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Atienza Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Beltran Mr. and Mrs. Bienvenido Camungol Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ciskowski Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cox Mr. and Mrs. Brent Douglas Mr. and Mrs. Brian Blandford Mrs. Denise Gillen and Mr. Brian Gillen, ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. Bronco Ormuz Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Keever Mr. and Mrs. Carson Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kiehlbauch Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wegman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Cheney Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Conover Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kopp Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Colin Rainey Mr. and Mrs. Colin Starks Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ewert Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Zavala Mr. and Mrs. David Beaudin Mr. and Mrs. David Duman Mrs. Lisa Halden Griffith, ’80 and Mr. David Griffith, ‘80 Mr. and Mrs. David Guillory Mr. and Mrs. Derrick Breclaw Mr. and Mrs. Jim DeSmet Mr. and Mrs. Dinh Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kolker Mr. and Mrs. Edward Torres Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flores Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poeschel Mrs. Anne Vecera Fernandez, ’77 and Mr. Fred Fernandez
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Mr. and Mrs. Gary Obudzinski Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reiter Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Delgado Mr. and Mrs. Greg Russell Mr. and Mrs. Howard Franques Mr. and Mrs. James Hickey Mr. and Mrs. James Janowiak Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James Reeves Mr. and Mrs. James Suter Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Flores Mr. and Mrs. Javier Vega Mrs. Jill Wegman Suda, ’99 and Mr. Jeff Suda Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Chiappetta Mr. and Mrs. Jerome English Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Socha Mr. and Mrs. Jim Horton Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barragan Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paniagua Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sauer Mrs. Katie Anthony and Mr. John Anthony, ‘82 Mr. and Mrs. John Bartosiewicz Mrs. Robyn Flores and Mr. John Flores, ‘88 Mrs. Jenny Schmidt Henderson, ’10 and Mr. John Henderson Mrs. Cecilia Lunt and Mr. John Lunt, ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. John Page Mr. and Mrs. John Sandusky Mr. and Mrs. Jose Arriaga Mrs. Ellen Jacobi and Mr. Joseph Jacobi, ‘73 Mrs. Leigh Wilde and Mr. Justin Wilde, ‘90 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alford Mrs. Kerry Fenoglio and Mr. Kenneth Fenoglio, ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Lonnquist Mrs. Layla Vela and Mr. Kevin Vela, ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Boley Mrs. Helen Chenevert and Mr. Leonard Chenevert, ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tovar Mr. and Mrs. Luis Flores Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brannon Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dungan Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hubartt Mr. and Mrs. Mark Ingebrigtsen Mrs. Briddy Finn Simeroth, ’72 and Mr. Mark Simeroth, ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tepera Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dixon Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zavala Mrs. Elizabeth Sutton and Mr. Matthew Sutton, ‘99 Mrs. Diane Ashton and Mr. Michael Ashton, ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cecil Mr. and Mrs. Michael Evans Mrs. Kathy Handler and Mr. Michael Handler, ‘74
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kambarn Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kolp Mr. and Mrs. Michael Madl Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mattler Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quattrochi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Yokell Mr. and Mrs. Mike Krippel Mrs. Laura Rutherford and Mr. Neal Rutherford, ‘83 Mrs. Luz Garcia Ravelo, ‘90 and Mr. Nicolas Ravelo, ‘90 Mrs. Constance Ochoa and Mr. Oscar Ochoa, ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brindle Mrs. Mary Clark Robinson, ’78 and Mr. Paul Robinson, ‘78 Mrs. Janice Baptiste and Mr. Perry Baptiste, ‘72 Mrs. Adreanna Velasquez Ramirez, ’95 and Mr. Peter Ramirez, ‘95 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Zylkowski Mrs. Raye Handler and Mr. Philip Handler, ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Phuc Vu Mr. and Mrs. Refugio Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bryan Mrs. Theresa Estrada and Mr. Richard Estrada, ‘78 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gravel Mr. and Mrs. Richard Guhl Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ridenour Mr. and Mrs. Richard Standerfer Mrs. Kimberly Terrell and Mr. Richard Terrell, ‘89 Mrs. Gretchen Ziegler and Mr. Richard Ziegler, ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kai Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neumayer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ornelas Mrs. Diane Diaz Ornelas, ’81 and Mr. Robert Ornelas, ‘79 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riethman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt Mrs. Diana Chisholm and Mr. Roderick Chisholm, ‘88 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Reed Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cawyer Mr. and Mrs. Sam Flores Mr. and Mrs. Scott Huffman Mr. and Mrs. Sean Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Stan Chesshir Mrs. Vickie Bean and Mr. Stephen Bean, ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Authier Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McFaul Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roanhaus Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Purpura Mr. and Mrs. Todd Norris
Mr. and Mrs. Todd O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Tommie Thompson Mrs. Robin Bolliger and Mr. Walter Bolliger, ‘65 Mrs. Julie Rodriguez and Mr. Xavier Rodriguez, ‘90 Ms. Mireya Villa and Mr. Carlos Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. Thang Nguyen Mr. Andrew Quach Mr. Charles D. Lincoln, III, ‘78 Mr. Charles Roehl, ‘67 Mr. Christopher Anthony, ‘78 Mr. Christopher Leito, ‘04 Mr. Clinton Weber Mr. Daniel Ashley, ‘81 Mr. Daniel Wilson Ms. Stacy Krogerus and Mr. David Mabry Dr. Hilda Black and Mr. Eric Black Mr. Evan Roll, ‘10 Mr. Fred Quatro, ‘81 Mr. Geordie Tregre, ‘66 Mr. Gregory Freese Mr. Gregory Miller, ‘70 Mr. Harvey Richey Mr. Ivan Lopez Mr. Jack G. Flanary Mr. James Cummings, ‘16 Mr. James Hoang Mr. James Honquest Mr. James Lacy Mr. James Sabin Mr. Jason Stewart Mr. Jim Wuis Dr. Sarah O’Brien and Mr. John O’Brien Mr. Jose Arriaga, ‘19 Ms. Leslie Vu and Mr. Josh Nguyen Mr. Joshua Mills, ‘94 Mr. Juan Luna, ‘07 Mr. Julius Solis Mr. Kelly Zwinggi Mr. Kyle Handler Ms. Aidalina Zambrana and Mr. Lazaro Terry Mr. Luke Vu Mr. Manuel Flores Mr. Marco Guerrero Mr. Mark Smith, ‘77 Ms. Sara Marmolejo-Perez and Mr. Martin Perez Mr. Matt Hunter Mr. Matthew Handler Mr. Michael Ference Mr. Michael Freeman Mr. Michael Halloran Mr. Michael Hartman, ‘93
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Mr. Michael Sylvia Ms. Helen Gonzales and Mr. Nathan Berecin Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Belauskas Ms. Myrna De La Hoya and Mr. Raul Cheu Mr. Reginald Luster Mr. Robert Barham Mr. Robert Brassil Mr. Robert Duran, ‘75 Mr. Stephen Joyce Ms. Dianna Kondratowitch-Pierce and Mr. Stephen Pierce Mr. Timothy Keen Mr. Timothy King, ‘72 Ms. Asan Hoang and Mr. Van Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Austin Dr. and Mrs. Roland Moore Mrs. Cathleen Gilmore Guinn, ’87 and Mr. Shawn Guinn Mrs. Cecelia Halloran King, ’80 and Mr. Tom King Mrs. Elizabeth Eder Northern, ’05 and Mr. Will Northern Mrs. Mary Anthony McNulty, ’81 and Mr. Brian McNulty Mrs. Mary-Margaret Meyer Soknich, ’06 and Mr. Sam Soknich Mrs. Sharon Pannell Hydak, ’65 and Mr. Al Hydak, Laneri ‘62 Mrs. Tisha Sulak Mercer, ’80 and Mr. Gary Mercer Mrs. Yovana Strittmatter Gonzalez, ’82 and Mr. Hernan Gonzalez Mrs. Ashley Henry Mrs. Elinor Simmons Mrs. Elva Castillo Mrs. Gail Pouttu Mrs. Graciela Partido Mrs. Holly Kashinsky Mrs. James Wiggins Overtree Mrs. Josephine Schast Mrs. Karen Olson Mrs. Kim Radle Mrs. Kimberly Ansberry Mrs. Lila Chiappetta Mrs. Margaret Duane Mrs. Mary Jo Kyle Garst, ‘64 Mrs. Natalie Leshner-Sylvia and Mr. Michael Linwood-Sylvia Mrs. Paula Mouton Mrs. Teresa V. Rodriguez Mrs. Thelma Flores Box, ‘76 Mrs. Virginia Abraham Mrs. Wendy M. Collins Ms. Alice Swaim Ms. Alicia Vera Ms. Alison Fawthrop Ms. Alyssa Fenoglio, ‘99 Ms. Ana Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Claudio Broido Ms. Anna Reed
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Ms. Asan Murphree Ms. Ashley Mouton Ms. Beth Davis Ms. Bianca Mendez Ms. Cecilia Rupert Ms. Christienne Callasan Ms. Christina Hernandez Ms. Cindy Barnett Ms. Claudia Nix Ms. Claudia Rodriguez Ms. Colleen Gale Ms. Cynthia Jung Ms. Cynthia Lastimosa Ms. Deirdre Large Byrne, ‘81 Ms. Denis Lyons Ms. Diane Mertz Ms. Elia Jimenez Ms. Elizabeth Hood, ‘78 Ms. Elizabeth Negrob Ms. Elizabeth Radle Ms. Erica Reynolds Ms. Erin Bury, ‘10 Ms. Ginda Abraham, ‘66 Ms. Grace Terrell, ‘19 Ms. Isabella Zamora Ms. Jacquie Alford Ms. Jamie Kuntz Ms. Janet Gieselman Ms. Jennifer Alford Ms. Jennifer Dozier Ms. Jennifer Redler Ms. Jennifer Wegman, ‘94 Ms. JoAnn Diaz Ms. JoAnn Hernandez, ‘72 Ms. Judy Winaski, ‘66 Ms. Julia Taylor Ms. Julie Washam Ms. Karen Gieselman Ms. Kathryn Stone Ms. Kathy McCoy Ms. Kayla Beaird Ms. Keli Vedda Ms. Kelly Pizzurro Ms. Kerri Cronin Ms. Kimberly Speairs Ms. Kristine Webb Ms. Linda Pham Ms. Lori Zarate Ms. Maria Carrillo & Dr. Alexander Hidalgo Ms. Maria Ceja Ms. Marissa Black
Ms. Mary Helen Franko, ‘71 Ms. Mary Grimes Ms. Mary Larson, ‘12 Ms. Mary Punches, ‘12 Ms. Mary Raso Ms. Melissa Kasmeier Ms. Melissa Quevedo Ms. Monica Ashour, ‘83 Ms. Nancy Lazzaroni Ms. Nicole Vu Ms. Patricia Connelly, ‘63 Ms. Patricia Perez Ms. Pearl Hoang-Nguyen Ms. Peggy Marquard Ms. Penny Allison Ms. Penny Ramos Ms. Philipa Pinkard, ‘80 Ms. Raquel Portillo Ms. Rebekah Yarmchuk, ‘12 Ms. Renee Underwood Ms. Rhonda Harris Ms. Rita Spotts Ms. Sally Gracey Ms. Selina C. Glover
Ms. Sharon Griffin Ms. Sheila Miller Ms. Shelley M. Starr, ‘73 Ms. Sodonia Johnson Ms. Stevanie Ferguson Ms. Sue Zemka, ‘76 Ms. Sylvia Flores Ms. Taryn Jalomo Ms. Tessa Saladino, ‘19 Ms. Veronica Gonzalez Ms. Veronica Martinez, ‘77 Nolan Catholic High School Student Council Ms. Renee Garofalo Rev. Oscar Vasquez, SM Ms. Sally Wilshire Ms. Shantelle Camungol Ms. Therese O’Herron Ms. Tina Vasquez Ms. Tran Lam Ms. Twila Boss Western Metroplex Chapter Knights of Columbus YourCause
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