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ANNUAL REPORT Page 27
The Magazine of St. Paul VI Catholic High School • Fall/Winter 2022
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“Is there a better plan than God’s plan? I think not.”
“My experience in Guatemala was truly life changing and very eye opening.”
“I felt the presence of the Lord and a joyful spirit within the building.”

Almost 50 student leaders and student athletes came together at the beginning of the school year for PVI’s second annual Servant Leadership retreat. The goal was to help students grow in the most important qualities of servant leadership: compassion, commitment, and communion.

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“We decided to stay and open a business we believed in.”
“Every ingredient carries a purpose, and every measurement critical.”

Panther Tracks Magazine

St. Paul VI Catholic High School 42341 Braddock Road Chantilly, VA 20152 703-352-0925 paulvi.net

Mrs. Laura Swenson

Head of School

Dr. Tom Opfer ’96

Principal

Fr. Stephen Schultz Chaplain

Ms. Kate Grimm Andreottola ’94, P ’25

Director of Advancement

Mrs. Mary Ashooh Hamrick ’86, P ’19, ’20, ’22, ’23

Associate Director, Constituent Relations

Mrs. Kiersten Caputy

Annual Fund Manager

Mrs. Irene Zaso P ’18, ’21

Director of Communications and Marketing

Mrs. Eileen Kiley Curren ’98

Assistant Director of Communications and Marketing; Panther Tracks Managing Editor

PVI SCHOOL BOARD

President: Angela Wilson P ’21, ’23

Vice President: Rev. Donald Heet, OSFS

Secretary: Marianne Moore P ’19, ’20, ’25

Don Bohn P ’19, ’21

George Eastment P ’05

Mark Graham ’90, P ’22, ’24

Gene Hubbard

Kathy Lyons P ’08, ’10, ’11

Kate Shanley P ’21

Andy Zaso P ’18, ’21

On the cover: Students in PVI’s new Aerospace Engineering class launch gliders behind the school. Read more about this class on page 6. Photo by Father Schultz

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Path to PVI

Head of School Laura Swenson reflects on God’s plan

Making Music Music Department spreads joy through sound

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Such Great Heights

PVI launches Aerospace Engineering

Today Supporting Ukraine

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FROM THE

HEAD OF SCHOOL

As we celebrate St. Paul VI Catholic High School’s 40th anniversary, it is important to reflect on its past, present, and most importantly, its future. PVI is poised at the precipice of remembering the cherished traditions of the past, and embracing what is to come.

In this issue, highlights of the old and new are featured. One of our new electives, Aerospace Engineering, is allowing students to explore the unknown by testing solar-powered vehicles and encouraging students to consider careers as space explorers. Meanwhile, our music students traveled to Rome, Italy for a music pilgrimage. They sang at Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica and prayed at the tomb of St. Paul VI. Our Chinese language program, which is about ten years old, reached new heights, as well. Under the leadership of educator Liangyan Wang, our students will be able to broaden their studies through a generous grant from the Center for Bridging Cultures, Inc. Our recent Grandparents’ Day was the biggest yet, with over 250 grandparents visiting campus to enjoy performances and ice cream with their grandchildren.  The annual Legacy Breakfast included 119 members of the legacy community to include alumni grandparents, alumni parents and students. Additionally, we round out the issue with our Annual Report of donors, recognizing those who generously support PVI and help fuel our success.

Students, faculty, staff, future students, alumni, parents, and grandparents are coming together to reminisce about PVI’s rich past and look ahead to its bright future. As a community, Paul VI is poised to grow to new heights, to inspire students to reach new goals, and to share God’s message of loving one another through our thoughts, words, and actions.

May we continue to be a supportive community, one that embraces what lies ahead, and may we always inspire those around us to Grow in Grace and Wisdom.

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Path to PVI Reflection by

Head of School “M

om, I found you the perfect job!” And so my journey to St. Paul VI Catholic High School began.

Over the years that I have worked with students and raised my own sons with my husband, I have reminded them that they have to be open to God’s plans, even when they don’t fully understand, or necessarily agree, with those plans. Such were my initial thoughts as I came to discover PVI.

The application was long and sat in my draft folder for more than a few days. I was returning from a retreat when I received the first phone call. Excited, I checked my email that evening and viewed multiple attachments with multiple pages and what seemed like thousands of questions. It reminded me of a college application, having many short and long written responses. My son, who was also applying to schools, sat down and said, “Mom, you just need to sit down and focus. You got this!”

One of the first things that attracted me to Paul VI was its commitment to working with students who think and learn differently. As an educator who wholeheartedly believes in the dignity of the human person, I was impressed that PVI had not one, not two, but three programs dedicated to meeting the needs of exceptional learners. In addition, PVI’s Options program was the second oldest Catholic program in the country. Having spent most of my career working with diverse learners, the school’s philosophy sparked my interest and captured my attention.

Another noteworthy feature was the school’s roots in Salesian spirituality. Was it coincidence that my favorite case study in my Harvard Business School program was the one about an all boys’ Salesian high school? I think not. Of the numerous books I have received as gifts over the years, one that still resonates with me, dating back more than thirty years, is a guide to the practical spirituality of St. Francis de Sales. Coincidence? I think not.

As I continued the interview process and progressed to the final rounds, I became increasingly open and excited about following what was, perhaps, God’s plan.

And so when my husband told me that his company would not let him work remotely, it was as if a door had been slammed shut. There was a very long weekend of conversation and prayer, followed by a phone call on Monday afternoon that my husband had not actually understood his Japanese boss. His boss was not denying his request to work remotely, he was supporting it. Somehow, during their initial conversation, there was confusion in the translation between Japanese and English. The misunderstanding was sorted out, and the process continued, with the full support and encouragement of my husband’s company.

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At an away game, Laura poses with Glenn Farello, Assistant Athletic Director, and Billy Emerson, Athletic Director. One of Laura’s favorite mantras is “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Laura and her husband Steve have enjoyed exploring the area with their sons David and Matthew, including going on hikes as a family.

Finding a place to live, moving all four members of the Swenson family in about one month to three different states, and supporting my family through two unexpected hospital stays just days after moving to Northern Virginia completed the journey.

Was it God’s plan that I be in driving distance to my family members while they were in the hospital? Absolutely.

Is it God’s plan that I have the privilege of leading a high school founded by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales, I certainly hope so.

Over the past several months, I have enjoyed learning

more about the PVI community, one that embraces commitment to Catholic values and service to others. As I continue my journey at PVI, I ask for your support and prayers that I may serve and lead with positive intent, one that is true to His plan. I hope and pray that the dignity of the human person and Catholic Social Teachings are at the forefront of all that we do at PVI, so that we are a community filled with Grace and Wisdom, one where all students, families, faculty, and staff embrace their Godgiven gifts and talents to support and serve others.

Is there a better plan than God’s plan? I think not.

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Laura is pictured with Bishop Burbidge during his school visit in September. A book that was gifted to Laura nearly 30 years ago was a guide to the practical spirituality of St. Francis de Sales. “One of the first things that attracted me to Paul VI was its commitment to working with students who think and learn differently,” shares Laura, pictured with students in the Options program, teachers and peer mentors.

Making Music Near & Far Music Department Showcases Talents Pilgrimage to Rome

This summer, 27 students, along with an entourage of teachers and chaperones, traveled to Rome, Italy for a musical pilgrimage.

The trip included tours of Castel Gandolfo, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Colosseum, and the Roman Forum. The students had two performances, one at St. Francis Cathedral in Civitavecchia and one at San Vitale Basilica in Rome. On the final day, students toured the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel and members of the Choir sang for Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica.

"Going to St. Peter’s impacted me the most. We went to one of the holiest places in the world and I had the chance to receive the Eucharist there; it was eye opening," said Avery Karas ’24. The pilgrimage was a moving experience not only for students, but for their parents who attended.

“After deciding to make this trip a family affair, with all of our children as well as their grandparents, being present with them inside St. Peter’s Basilica and hearing our boys sing during Mass will go down as one of the best memories of our lifetime,” reflected Amy Trinidad, parent of two students on the trip.

When Mass ended, the group was given the opportunity to go privately as a group to the papal tombs and pray together at the tomb of St. Paul VI. “Our students will remember this experience forever,” shares Choral Director Sara Prince.

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The students performed in St. Francis Cathedral in Civitavecchia. At the Spanish Steps At the Vatican

Spreading a Joyful Noise

Above: The Honors String Ensemble performed for superintendents, associate superintendents, diocesan, order, and system leaders during dinner at the National Catholic Educational Association’s 2022 Catholic Leadership Summit and New Superintendents Academy held in in Crystal City in October.

Right: PVI musicians braved the cold to provide musical inspiration and cheer on the runners in the Army Ten-Miler in Washington DC. The PVI pep band is the official pep band of the Army Ten-Miler.

Bottom: Choir members were invited to lead the music for a Mass celebrated by Bishop Burbidge on All Souls Day Mass at Fairfax Memorial Park.

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Aerospace students test their gliders on a windy December day.

Spotlight on new Aerospace Engineering course

“Days outside of the classroom or in our lab — designing, creating, competing — are what students look forward to the most. I hope their time together in engineering becomes a highlight of their PVI memories,” shares Mr. Tom Burkat about PVI’s new Aerospace Engineering course. Burkat studied electrical engineering in college with a focus on signal processing and control systems. “I was fortunate to have worked with several great engineers and people during my time in industry, from my first job as a junior engineer to my last one as Chief Technology Officer for a company I founded with a friend,” he shares.

Last year, Burkat taught Principles of Engineering, his first engineering course, and the

Aerospace course grew out of students’ interest in continuing to the next level.

“I’m familiar with aspects of aerospace, but have never taught an aerospace course. I didn’t hesitate at the opportunity because an engineer is always open to exploring a new topic and needs to be good at mastering it quickly so that it can be put to practical use.”

“Students enjoy the Aerospace course because the nature of the material allows it to be non-traditional in many ways. Even our first test was a little out of the ordinary. Students moved between stations performing tasks such as tuning a navigation radio and reading instruments on an airplane dashboard, in addition to the typical paper-pencil types of

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problems.” Engineering students have also been spotted in the theatre testing gliders and in the back parking lot racing solar powered vehicles. In addition, several field trips have complemented classroom instruction, including visits to the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the UdvarHazy Air and Space Museum. “Students would love to also visit a local airport to get a first-hand look at the aircraft and air traffic control operations. There are so many great companies, agencies, and personal contacts in our local area that our challenge is deciding how to visit with them all.”

Burkat expresses excitement for future possibilities in the course. “Students are really looking forward to designing, building, and launching their own model rockets. My own wishlist includes a portable wind tunnel so students would be able to design and test the performance of their own wings someday.”

“I’ve always enjoyed the freedom of movement that engineering provided in exploring different sciences and maths to accomplish a goal. Finding opportunities to pull the curtain back and demystify a concept for others — in order to create a multiplying effect — has been one of my favorite parts of my career. Now I can do that every day.”

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PVI also offers Introduction to Engineering Design and Principles of Engineering and one does not have to look far for guest speakers; a few have been on staff. Kieran Koch, a Youth Apostle in Campus Ministry (see page 14) is an aerospace engineer who shared about his work with rockets. Nick Zaso, another Youth Apostle in Campus Ministry, shared his Virginia Tech senior project in Mechanical Engineering with Engineering Design.

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In September, Aerospace students received the VIP treatment at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Students especially enjoyed the high bay clean room and thermal vacuum chamber, and of course: taking a selfie with the outdoor kinetic sculpture.

Space Coast Scholars Students Launch Career Interests at

Space Camp

PVI students are pursuing Aerospace Engineering not only in the classroom, but also by taking advantage of outside opportunities. Juniors Katie Boland and Lilia McKinley attended the Virginia Space Coast Scholars Program this past summer.

As Virginia Space Coast Scholars, Katie and Lilia completed a five month online portion, where they learned about various NASA missions and completed projects like hurricane mapping, writing case studies and technical reports, researching the history of NASA, and solving math problems that mimic problems scientists may solve for rocket launches, satellites and telescopes. For their capstone project, they designed their own mission.

The second part of the program was a week-long summer portion held at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia. “We were assigned positions, put in teams, and had to design and present a mission. We got to tour the Wallops facility and meet experts who told us about their experiences and what they do,” shares Lilia.

Honors Principles of Engineering students put their solar-powered vehicles to the test in a head-to-head (or more accurately panel-to-panel) competition in the back parking lot. Students worked in teams to create a vehicle that utilized their knowledge of mechanics, circuits, and maximizing motor power.

“I have always wanted to do something related to space and engineering, but this camp showed me just how many ways people are involved in missions. Learning about so many different aspects of aerospace missions has made me even more interested in working in this industry,” reflects Katie.

“This camp helped me see all the different ways engineering applies to designing a mission and what a career in engineering might look like.”

—Lilia McKinley ’24

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Katie Boland ’24 Lilia McKinley ’24

Chinese Program Awarded Grant

Paul VI was awarded a Cross-Cultural Chinese Language Education Grant of $19,000 from the Center for Bridging Cultures Inc. (CBC) to be used exclusively for enhancing our school’s Chinese language education program. This grant was approved because of PVI’s solid commitment to Chinese language education and cross-cultural engagement, thanks to Mrs. Liangyan Wang and her dedication to the program and her students.

Wang is a native Chinese speaker and an awardwinning educator in the United States and China. She has presented at state and regional foreign language conferences, the Chinese Language Teachers Association’s (CLTA) annual national conference on research-based pedagogical practices, and has been invited to speak at the Foreign Language Association

of Virginia (FLAVA), the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (NECTFL), and the Southern Conference On Language Teaching (SCOLT). She is the 2022 Virginia Contribution Award recipient by CLTA-VA and an award grant recipient. Wang has been invited by College Board ETS for the past four years to participate in AP Chinese exam reading. She previously served as adjunct faculty at the University of Pittsburgh (where she won the Excellence in Teaching Award twice), Loyola University Maryland, and Northern Virginia Community College. She teaches all levels of Chinese at PVI and moderates the National Chinese Honor Society and Asian Culture Club.

“I love my PVI students, and I always feel it is mutual learning and progress between my students and me. I am

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Field trip to Freer Gallery of Asian Art in DC in 2019

Mrs. Liangyan Wang is pictured in Boston at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) conference with Mr. Jia Baocai, her supervisor for AP reading and the National Chinese Honor Society.

so grateful for the parents’ trust in sharing their bright children with my Chinese classes and the school’s visionary leadership and management support of this elective program, which is the main reason for my enthusiasm for teaching at PVI,” shares Wang. “I can easily see the strengths of the people around me and learn from them. I feel very fortunate—from administration to faculty and staff—everyone is so talented, kind, and willing to teach me and share with me patiently.” As Pope Francis says, ’You are going to learn from the people before you teach them anything.’”

PVI students studying Chinese traveled to Beijing, Shanghai, and Xi’an, China in 2015 and 2019. In addition to international travel, PVI’s Chinese program takes a field trip to the National Museum of Asian Art in Washington, DC. Wang shares, “I’m planning a joint field trip with Sidwell Friends School and NOVA to

Paul VI began offering Chinese as a language elective in 2013. Since the start of the program, the course offerings have expanded from an intro class to include Mandarin Chinese 1 & 2, AP Chinese Language & Culture, DE Beginning Chinese 1 & 2 (CH 101 & 102), DE Intermediate Chinese 1 & 2 (CHI 201 & 202). Bishop Ireton is the only other Diocesan high school to offer Chinese 1, 2 & 3.

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Students pose in front of the Temple of Heaven of China in 2019.

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the China Folk House in West Virginia this year. It is a mix of Chinese culture, history, and Catholicism that fosters cultural and educational exchanges between the U.S. and China by building mutual understanding, connecting rural folkways, and cultivating environmental stewardship.”

Some PVI Chinese program alumni share that they have successfully continued to learn Chinese based on their extensive experience at PVI and even traveled to China and Taiwan through their college programs. A Georgetown University Professor complimented Mrs. Wang as having the top program in the DMV.

Congratulations to Paul VI students studying Chinese! Students submitted individual and group work for the American Academy of International Culture and Education’s National Chinese EXPO of Student Works (NCESW). Over 4,000 students from 47 states and Canada submitted work, and seven of our students’ work and the PVI group’s work were selected as finalists to be showcased on their official website www.chineseexhibition.com/9-12.

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Students in Asian Culture Club celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival in September 2022. PVI students pose in front of the Great Wall of China in 2015.

Making a Difference

Seniors serve locally and internationally

Mental Health Matters

Senior Kabir Chugh organized a golf tournament that raised $26,500 for National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Kabir was inspired when a friend ran her own charity golf tournament, and he realized it would be a fun summer project that would also be beneficial for people in need.

“I wanted to pick a cause that doesn’t receive as much attention as it should. There are many donors to causes such as the Red Cross and St. Jude, but I felt as though NAMI doesn’t get enough attention, especially for how important the topic of mental health has become due to the pandemic.”

To prepare for his “We’re All in this Together” golf tournament, Kabir made a registration website and reached out to International Country Club to coordinate the event and arrange for food and beverage. He contacted NAMI Virginia and secured a guest speaker. The day went extremely well, attracting 96 golfers and raising $26,500.

Portia Chan, NAMI Virginia’s Development Director, said, “At a time when needs for mental health support, education, and advocacy have increased, leaders like Kabir are beacons of hope.”

Helping Children Smile

This summer, senior Olivia Woo traveled to Guatemala with Mission of Mercy to help conduct a dental clinic. “My experience in Guatemala was truly life changing and very eye opening. Everyone we helped was so appreciative and grateful that we were there,” she shares.

Olivia served as a dental assistant and provided teeth cleanings and cavity prevention to children. She learned how to improvise with the materials available and found creative ways to do the work. Olivia was also able to assist her mother, a pediatric dentist, during extractions and fillings. During the mission, the group saw almost 1,600 patients in three and a half days.

“I’ve always had an interest in pursuing something in the medical field. This experience was a great opportunity to see other specialties, while also exploring the dental field. I was able to help over 40 kids and I felt so fulfilled. My dream job is to become a pediatric dentist, and this trip definitely influenced my career path. The smiles on the kids’ faces made everything worth it.”

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Olivia is pictured in the headlamp with her mother standing. Kabir is pictured with NAMI’s Portia Chan for the check presentation.
“Everyone we helped was so appreciative and grateful that we were there.”
— OLIVIA WOO ’23
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“I want all students to feel welcome at Campus Ministry, regardless of their background or faith.”
Pictured left to right: Kieran Koch, Mia McIntyre, Emily Chinchilla

New Additions to Campus Ministry

There are a few new faces in Campus Ministry this year.

Emily Chinchilla, Coordinator of Campus Ministry

Emily Chinchilla started at Paul VI last year as a Theology and ACE teacher. She loved working with students to grow in their faith and having in-depth conversations with them after class. When former coordinator Joyce Krolicki decided to lessen her hours at PVI and focus on missions and pilgrimages, she suggested that Emily apply for the role.

Ms. Chinchilla’s education from Franciscan University in Theology and Catechetics, as well as ministering to high school students, helped her realize she always wanted to be in Campus Ministry in a high school setting.

“My goal is to have an encounter with all 1,100 students. I don’t know what that exactly looks like, but I’m up for the challenge,” she shares.

So far, Ms. Chinchilla has found that retreats are a special way to connect with students. She was surprised that, for some, it is their first time away from home and away from their phones and technology. Emily now realizes that the experience is more than just building a relationship with God; it is helping them prepare for life. She looks forward to the upcoming pilgrimage and to walking with them in their faith which goes far beyond what they learn in religion class and their textbooks.

“I look forward to working with Fr. Schultz and the Campus Ministry team to build on Paul VI traditions. I want all students to feel welcome at Campus Ministry, regardless of their background or faith. All are welcome here!”

Mia McIntyre, Campus Ministry Assistant and Service Coordinator

Mia McIntyre, our new Campus Ministry Assistant, loves working with the students at Paul VI. Her Catholic faith has always been an important role in her life, from attending Franciscan University to being an elementary school teacher, working at the National Institute for Newman Studies, and raising five children with her husband, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Mia says that the Lord has blessed her family in so many ways, and she is happy to share the blessings and show students how fruitful service and love to others can be more fulfilling than possessions.

She learned about the job from her predecessor Mary Chris Beardsley when the two were in a woman’s bible study at Corpus Christi Parish. Mia says, “This is an amazing school. The first week I was here, I was so impressed by the staff and the faculty on how welcoming they are. I felt the presence of the Lord and a joyful spirit within the building.  Everyone is genuine and caring, and many were just excited to meet somebody new.”

Mia enjoys seeing students every day, welcoming them to Campus Ministry, and hearing their desires for service. While Mia says she is a perfectionist, she also has a lot of patience and flexibility that assist her in her position as the Service for Others Coordinator.

Kieran Koch, Youth Apostle

(YA) Missionary

Kieran joins current YA Missionary Nick Zaso this year to assist in helping students have a relationship with Christ. The Youth Apostles want students to dive into their faith and to be involved in the sacraments and in Campus Ministry. Kieran became Catholic after his freshman year at Virginia Tech and graduated with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He also recently committed to discerning the consecrated life of YA in order to dedicate his life to growing in his love for God, to the service of the Church, his brothers in the community, and young people.

Kieran says, “I want students to make their faith life their own and have a relationship with God, especially as they move forward out of high school into the real world. I don’t want what they learn in class just to be facts about what the Bible or what our Catholic faith says, but how does that knowledge affect you and your life every day.”

Kieran is also the moderator of the Weightlifting Club, which is something Kieran competes in outside of PVI. He makes the analogy that you need to be strong for yourself, for your friends, and for Christ. “You put in what you get out of it. Glorify and thank the Lord for the strength he has given us and for the health of our bodies,” he shares.

“Working out can cause pain, sore legs, a sore back or calluses, but push through it—accepting and knowing that I’ll be stronger in a week or a month or a year because I’m putting in the work right now. That is the same as your prayer and faith life, it will be hard and painful at times, and it takes sacrifice and suffering, but keep at it because the more you put in, the more you will receive because God is great in that way.”

“All are welcome here!”
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Spotlight on the Panther Cafe Food brings people together!

Meet Chef Parker

Growing up with her mom as a single parent, Chef April’s mom would leave step-by-step instructions to make dinner, which started her on the path of being a chef.

Chef April Parker started working at Paul VI during the pandemic. Her first task was to go through all items from the Fairfax kitchen, pack them up, move them into the new building, and set up the new kitchen. Parker has used her previous work experience to develop The Panther Café into what it is today and what it can be in the future.

Chef April was trained in various positions she held previously, including DC Central Kitchen, a hotel, a restaurant, Martha’s Table, Revolution Foods for the DC charter schools district, and St. Theresa’s School in Ashburn. She also attended school to receive her food certification. Revolution Foods taught her how to cook in bulk, follow health guidelines for students, use a steam kettle for cooking, and determine quantities and package food that needed to be delivered and heated up.

“I really loved working at Martha’s Table. It was fulfilling to feed people experiencing homelessness and provide meals for infants and children in their education programs,” shares Chef April. “It was hard work, but I learned a lot about cooking for kids and how to be creative with food since there was not much funding and most of the food was donated.” Her favorite memory was when First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughter Sasha volunteered at the kitchen and gave her a bottle of White House honey.

A good baked potato with all the fixings, a wellseasoned fried pork chop, and corn on the cob.

Food is everything to the Parker family and anytime the family gets together, they talk about food and what they will make and eat first. Growing up with her mom as a single parent, Chef April’s mom would leave step-by-step instructions to make dinner, which started her on the path of being a chef.

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What is Chef April’s favorite food to cook and eat?
Chef April Parker

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What’s on the Menu?

A special feature of the Panther Café is the Chef’s Corner which offers house-made entrees, soups, sandwiches, and wraps that are associated with a specific culture or restaurant theme that changes each week. Some examples have been Greek/Mediterranean, Indian, Italian, Caribbean/Jamaican, Irish, Chinese/Asian, Mexican/Chipotle, Popeyes, and Arby’s.

Every week, there is a different type of pasta with a variety of sauces. Chef April tries to mix it up and gives out samples so students can try new things before they purchase.

Every day the café has hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken tenders, and a variety of different fries. In a day, the café goes through 17 cases of chicken tenders (1,224 servings) and five cases of fries (540 servings). All are baked and not fried. According to Chef April, students love the crispy ones.

Chef April’s goal is to perfect baking pastries, desserts, bread, and dough. She shares that eventually she would like to be able to make the dough in-house for pizza, flatbreads and rolls.

Tools of the Trade

Chef April’s favorite tools/appliances are the slicer and tilt skillet. Other appliances in the Panther Café are a smoothie maker, panini presses, a pizza maker, and a new grill that was installed over Christmas break. The new kitchen has a walk-in freezer and walk-in refrigerator, stoves, braising pans, and ovens that can convection bake, air fry, or broil.

At Your Service

The Panther Café serves breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks and has catered many school events, receptions and staff lunches.

Dedicated Kitchen Staff

Many of the kitchen staff are long-time PVI employees:

• Nellis Garcia (20 years)

• Claudia Corpeno (19 years)

• Isabel Cayotopa Chavarry (16 years)

• Nubia Jimenez Marin (9 years)

• Yolanda Hernandez Montano (8 years)

Newest members of the kitchen staff include:

• Doug Fehrer

• Lissett Lineberry, ’95, P ’20, ’23, ’26

• Marissa Moore, P ’08, ’10

• Cristina Razzano

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A Championship Season

For the first time since 1999, Varsity Football competed for a championship, playing in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) Metro Division Finals on Sunday, November 20. The Panthers faced off against Archbishop Carroll at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland. It was a close defensive battle throughout the first half, with PVI taking a halftime lead of 13-8. As the third period began, PVI took command and scored on a pick-6 interception touchdown taking a 21-8 lead. The Carroll squad quickly marched down the field and scored a touchdown of their own to close the gap 21-16. The Panthers were undaunted, scoring a TD at the close of the 3rd quarter to take a 28-16 lead. However, the 4th quarter belonged to the Carroll Lions who took a commanding 46-28 lead as the clock ran out.

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SPORTS NEWS
Photos by Giovanna Lee ’23

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the season the team went 9-3, defeating every opponent except for eventual WCAC Champion Archbishop Carroll and VISAA State Champions St. Michael the Archangel. Coach Michael Grandizio was recognized as WCAC Metro Division Football Coach of the Year.

Three New Coaches Join #TeamPVI

Coach Campbell comes to PVI with twenty-five years of head-coaching experience at the high school, club, Super-Y, and WPSL levels. His club coaching experience includes highly ranked WAGS, NCSL, and CCL teams for Loudoun Soccer, Old Dominion Football Club, and Southwestern Youth Association (now Virginia Valor) with both the girls and boys teams. He spent three years as the first head coach of the Cesena USA Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL) team competing with

Girls Soccer.

teams from across the Eastern United States with college players from local universities, as well as five years as the head coach of the Nova FC/Virginia Alliance Super-Y team. Coach Campbell is a USSF-licensed coach, holds various coaching certifications/diplomas, and has a degree from the University of Virginia. He is also the Head Coach for the Girls Soccer program at Freedom High School in South Riding. Coach Campbell and his wife Lori have four children and live in South Riding.

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Chris Campbell is the New Head Coach of

Coach Marshall joined the PVI faculty in 2020, teaching AP Physics courses in the Science Department. She is also one of the co-coordinators of our school’s New Teacher Mentoring program. She has been a part of the PVI Swim and Dive team as an assistant coach for the past two seasons. Before coming to PVI, Coach Marshall served as the Science Department Chair and the Head Swim Coach at Mount St. Mary Catholic High School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma for three years. During her time at Mount St. Mary, the swim program grew in terms of number of swimmers and success. To cap off her final season with the team before moving to Virginia, the program had the most swimmers qualify for the state meet in school history. Coach Marshall is a Northern Virginia native and began swimming and coaching in the Northern Virginia Swimming League (NVSL), spending many summers with the Little Rocky Run Stingrays. She competed at the club and high school levels, specializing in backstroke. She holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.

Eduardo de Souza is the new head coach of Boys Soccer.

Coach de Souza is currently the Boys Age Group Director (U-15 to U-19) for the Arlington Soccer Association and head coach of the ECNL National & Regional Academy. He comes to PVI after more than a decade of coaching college soccer, including as an assistant at George Mason. Before GMU, he spent four years as the head coach at Richard Bland College, where he built a nationally ranked program. Coach de Souza previously spent six years at Longwood University (including two as Associate Head Coach) and three years as an assistant at Mercer University. He also brings academy and Olympic development level coaching experience. De Souza is a product of Brazil’s Gremio FBPA and also has playing experience in Spain (Desportivo) and the United States (Tempest A League and Metro Stars). He was an NAIA College All-American student-athlete, is a licensed coach, and holds a master’s degree in Education.

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Colleen Marshall is PVI’s new Swim and Dive Head Coach.

A Friend in Moldova

David Smith ’06 has led an effort that helped tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees

oldova is one of Europe’s poorest countries and David Smith ’06 has made it his home. During his time there, he has served as a Peace Corp volunteer, opened multiple businesses, battled against government corruption, and led an effort that provided vital supplies to tens of thousands of Ukrainian refugees. It’s been a wild ride for David since his time growing up in Fairfax Station. After graduating from Paul VI in 2006, David attended Georgia Tech and graduated with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. At a job fair he met a Peace Corps recruiter, and having heard about the Peace Corps from his PVI Spanish teacher Mrs. Pam McCarthy, David pursued it.

He spent nine months in Kazakhstan teaching English before Peace Corps evacuated the country for security reasons, including Russian pressure. He then completed a two year Peace Corps Service working in community development in Moldova, a small country sandwiched between Romania and Ukraine.

After concluding his service, David decided to stay in Moldova. He and a friend from Peace Corps saw that — though corruption was a huge problem — the market was underdeveloped and there were a lot of opportunities in the country.

“We decided to stay and open a business we believed in. At the same time, we committed to run a clean, bribe and corruption free, fully compliant company. And that we

would be loud about the challenges we faced,” shares David.

In 2015, David opened Smokehouse, an American-style BBQ restaurant and craft beer pub. The restaurant did well, and was especially popular with locals, expats, and Peace Corp volunteers. However, after a few years of success, the Covid-19 pandemic made it challenging to stay open. David kept Smokehouse open as long as he could, but had to close the original restaurant in December 2021.

A month after closing Smokehouse, Putin invaded Ukraine.

Moldova borders Ukraine on three sides, and there was a sudden influx of refugees into the tiny country. Almost immediately, David turned his closed restaurant space into a donation and distribution center.

David and his friends, (many also Returned Peace Corps Volunteers involved in the nonprofit Friends of Moldova), went all out to help.

In the first two days alone, they supported at least 2,075 refugees with critical needs and outfitted 36 shelters around the city with bedding, linens, blankets, towels, food, water, hot meals, hygiene items, clothing, and toys. These supplies went both to those fleeing Ukraine, as well as to Moldovans sheltering Ukrainians in their homes.

For months, using Smokehouse as a base, David and Friends of Moldova provided a large portion of aid to refugees in the city, until international agencies finally arrived.

According to David, in the time Smokehouse was acting as a direct distribution center they raised and spent around $500,000 (around $30,000/week) in food and supplies, most of it raised through small donations.

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Friends of Moldova is pictured in Balti Center, another distribution hub they established in the north of the country. David Smith ’06 (left) and his business partner Vlad behind the bar at Smokehouse, an American-style BBQ restaurant and craft beer pub they established, and later used as a distribution center for providing Ukrainian refugees with vital supplies.

Their work was critical and did not go unnoticed. The president of Moldova, Maia Sandu, visited Smokehouse in March 2022 to express her appreciation for their efforts. The Director of Peace Corps visited the operation a few weeks later to show support. Over the course of a few months, Friends of Moldova funds were used to provide food, hygiene products, clothes, diapers, and other essential goods for over 38,198 Ukrainians at Smokehouse alone.

Citing Smokehouse’s work on both the refugee response and anti-corruption stance, the U.S. Embassy in Moldova nominated Smokehouse for a State Department Award for Corporate Excellence, and as a result, David’s business has received an award citation from the U.S. State Department.

Friends of Moldova now has a distribution center in the north of the country and continues to distribute supplies five days a week. They are planning to maintain operations through 2023.

When asked about the future, David reflects, “For the time being, there is no certainty about what is coming and no way to see a week, much less a month in advance. So for now, I’m looking forward to the fact that this war, like all wars, will one day end.”

David plans to remain in the area for the foreseeable future. He has been married to a Moldavan woman for over three years and he has opened a new restaurant called Taproom 27, which serves craft beer and tex-mex. He also has a new brewing enterprise (with a new hard cider product that is selling well).

In addition to his humanitarian efforts, David is committed to improving the situation for business owners in Moldova. He is the president of the Moldova Small Enterprise Alliance, which is dedicated to advocating against corruption and for a fairer, more transparent, business environment in Moldova. He publishes a Substack newsletter called Moldova

Matters, where he covers what he sees in the business environment and discusses current events.

Building community and bringing about positive change are at the heart of what David hopes to achieve.  “Values are at the core of our business. Some are easy to link to a restaurant, such as customer service, teamwork, and promoting innovative products. Others are core to who we are. As Americans, we felt it critical not to succumb to the ’norms’ of bribery and corruption that we knew were distorting the market and keeping the poorest country in Europe right there. Many, many Moldovans also share these values, which brought us to our main goal in the company — building a community.”

“We now play a small but very active role in this community of change and that’s right where we set out to be.”

To support Ukrainians seeking refuge in Moldova, visit: thefriendsofmoldova.com

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Food is set up in Smokehouse ready for distribution. David unloads a shipment of pillows. At Smokehouse, over 38,000 Ukrainians received supplies such as bedding, food, clothing and toiletries.

In Danger of Being

“A thing we talk about in library school is that there are very few library emergencies,” shares Alex Wingate ’14. After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Alex and others in her field saw just this type of emergency arise. Since early 2022, Alex has been using her background in information and library science to help digitally preserve Ukrainian cultural heritage in danger of being lost.

“When the war broke out, I thought, ’This is so terrible. How can I help? I’m thousands of miles away and a random PhD student, what could I actually do?’” recounts Alex.

Fortuitously, Alex’s skill set was able to meet the needs of the moment. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies and Linguistics from William & Mary, a Master of Arts in

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Lost Alex Wingate ’14 volunteers with SUCHO to save Ukrainian cultural heritage online
ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT
Recording Saint Sophia: To preserve a 3D tour, Alex virtually ’wandered’ the Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv to record all the various angles and artwork of the beautiful church.

the History of the Book from University of London, a Master of Library Science from Indiana University, and is currently in her second year of a PhD in Information Science at Indiana.

“Someone I follow on Twitter in the digital humanities and library community posted that they were starting a project of emergency web archiving of Ukrainian cultural heritage materials. I knew this was a way I could directly help.”

The organization Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO) is made up of over 1,500 international volunteers collaborating online to digitize and preserve Ukrainian cultural heritage. Since the start of the invasion, SUCHO has webarchived more than 5,000 websites and 50TB of data. The websites range from national archives to local museums, from 3D tours of churches to children’s art centers.

Alex describes various SUCHO initiatives: “The initial effort was using web crawlers to go through different websites and copy files. Some pages were easy; you just point the web crawler to the page and it does its thing.” Thousands of URLs were also sent to the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine for archiving.

Some materials are more labor intensive, for instance 3D virtual tours. Alex worked on Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv. She recalls, “I worked for six hours ’wandering’ through to record all the different angles of the beautiful cathedral, which is filled with Eastern style mosaics, trying to record all the different distances and pieces of art — in case, God forbid, the church would get damaged.”

SUCHO also performs situation monitoring, tracking what areas are under attack and should be of focus. “Most of us

have never been to Ukraine and we don’t know where all the museums are located. So SUCHO volunteers use Google Street View to ’walk around’ and look for structures that could be museums or libraries. Then we try to find out what they are, if they have a website, and start downloading materials.”

After compiling thousands of images and PDFs into an Internet Archive collection, volunteers are now working on adding contextual information. Alex is currently leading the effort of adding metadata to a Google spreadsheet of about 6,000 files.

“The importance of metadata is to add descriptions and context to all the digital files, so that they can be searchable on Internet Archive. More importantly, if a library loses their servers it would help them rebuild their catalogs, databases, and websites if SUCHO can give them copies of all their files back,” Alex explains.

Alex sets aside time each week out of her busy PhD schedule for SUCHO. She hosts coworking sessions on Zoom where she trains other volunteers. So far, about 100 volunteers have been working on the metadata and they are about 75% of the way through the spreadsheet.

Alex recently taught a unit on metadata in the class she TAs and used the example of SUCHO to show how the class has been directly applicable to real world events.

“This effort has been good for me in terms of thinking through how to adapt what are normally very professional, thoughtful processes into an emergency situation where information could go offline suddenly or be destroyed. It has been very comforting that I can do something — and use the skills I have to help with a very specific problem.”

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Helping from afar: Alex Wingate ’14, a PhD student in Information Science at Indiana, is helping digitally preserve Ukrainian cultural heritage.

College Board Recognitions

Congratulations to the following students who received special recognition from College Board based on their performance on the 2021 PSAT.

National African American Recognition Award

Darlene Akaiso

Dillon Thomas

National Hispanic Recognition Award

Isabella Almodovar

Katherine Elder

Angelyn Fernandez

Jack Ferrier

Briseis Ferrufino

Alexis Florit

Elias Guevara

Theodore Gloukhoff

Morgan Vannell

Commended Students

Marlene Brasco

Charles Cates

Gerald Faist

Joseph Girard

Elias Guevara

Michael Hoess

Braden Holt

Akhil Madipalli

James Martin

Joseph Moran

Morgan Vannell

Melissa Vinh

Semifinalist

Shannon Leavitt

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National African American and National Hispanic Recognition Award Recipients; Semifinalist. Semifinalist Shannon Leavitt Commended Students
2021-2022
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ANNUAL REPORT
ST. PAUL VI CATHOLIC HIGH

The Importance of Every Ingredient

he other day, as I looked at a tattered recipe card for my grandmother’s Sweet Potato Casserole, I realized how relevant the recipe was to education and giving. Every ingredient carries a purpose, and every measurement critical. Whether it is a tablespoon of sugar or three pounds of potatoes, each plays a vital role in the dish being a success. Without one of these items, the recipe does not work.

As an alumna, parent, and employee, I can attest to the parallel with an education at PVI.

An English paper may have beautiful words woven together to tell a story; however, the prepositions—likely smaller in size than other words in a sentence—act as connectors and descriptors. Remove a piece of a math problem, and the outcome is significantly different. An artist’s palette needs even the basic colors to achieve the tints, shades, and hues that bring his or her vision to life. And chemistry lends itself to being a true “recipe for disaster” without precise measurements.

The importance of every ingredient is also evident in the growing and generous support of our PVI community. Throughout this year’s Annual Report, we share stats and facts that show how gifts of all sizes work together to make the PVI experience possible for our students, faculty, staff, and families.

As with any recipe, the ingredients play a pivotal role; however, they need someone to prepare, measure, mix, and make the dish come to life. While we focus on the donors who make things possible in the Annual Report, we also thank those who answer our call to volunteer their time, share their stories in our classrooms, and give us a sounding board when we need some expertise. Thank you to our School Board and committees, Panther Parent Organization, Class and Parent Ambassadors, Athletics, Theatre and Music Boosters, mentors, guest speakers, and all of our friends who we feverishly call or text to ask for a lending hand.

Together, our recipe, and our “bakers and chefs” give us an end product that helps to nourish our souls—spiritually, intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially—as we continue to live out the mission of PVI and build on 40 years of growing in grace and wisdom.

Thank you for choosing to be a part of another strong year of giving. With great appreciation, Kate Grimm Andreottola ’94, P ’25 Director of Advancement

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ST. PAUL VI CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 29 Contributions by Constituent Contributions by Designation Revenue Expenses ALUMNI, ALUMNI PARENTS 29% CURRENT PARENTS 33% FINANCIAL AID 10% DEPRECIATION 3% FACILITIES & MAINTENANCE 4% SALARY & BENEFITS 53% OTHER 5% INSTRUCTIONAL 2% BUILDING ON EXTRAORDINARY CAMPAIGN 11% RESTRICTED 18% THE FUND FOR PAUL VI 71% GENERAL INSTITUTIONAL 5% Summary of Gifts and Commitments GRANDPARENTS 17% Operating Revenues and Expenses STUDENT ACTIVITIES 8% STUDENT SERVICES 4% RENT EXPENSE 6% OTHER INCOME 11% DIOCESAN SUPPORT 2% GIFTS 8% GROSS TUITION 79% % OF GIFTS FACULTY/STAFF, FRIENDS, CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS 21% ANNUAL REPORT

DONORS

Mary, Mother of the Church

($100,000+)

Mr. Richard H. Fink and Mrs. Mary H. Fink

Mr. Myron Maslowsky and Mrs. Eileen H. Maslowsky

Mr. Craig R. Wilson and Dr. Angela F. Wilson Mr. Thomas A. Woodley and Mrs. Nancy C. Woodley

Saint Paul VI

($50,000 - $99,999)

Dr. Zach Casagrande and Mrs. Gena Casagrande Claude Moore Charitable Foundation

Mr. Anthony P. Nader and Mrs. Annette M. Nader Mr. Nino R. Vaghi Nino R. Vaghi Foundation Inc.

Saint

Sales

Francis de

($25,000 - $49,999)

Anonymous (1)

Mr. Donald W. Bohn and Mrs. Mary Jo Bohn Mr. Thomas J. McGonigle

Mr. Paul B. Schlee and Mrs. Melissa Schlee SeKON Enterprise, Inc.

Saint Jane de Chantal

($10,000 - $24,999)

Carney Foundation

Catholic Diocese of Arlington Colonel Ronald E. Cheatham and Mrs. Darlene H. Cheatham Clarke-Hook Foundation

The Honorable William Colwell and Mrs. Virginia D. Colwell Community Foundation of Northern Virginia

Mr. Michael G. Connors and Mrs. Cindy S. Connors

Mr. Christopher F. Costello and Mrs. Shelly N. Costello

Mr. Carl Desmarais and Mrs. Christina Desmarais

Mr. George T. Eastment and Dr. Christine A. Eastment

Dr. Peter J. Fecanin and Mrs. Louise Fecanin

Mr. John P. Leonard, III and Mrs. Sheila W. Leonard

Mr. Andrew P. Lustig and Mrs. Megan Lustig

Mr. Carmine Mandarino and Mrs. Annmarie Mandarino

Mr. William J. McMenamin and Mrs. Sherri C. McMenamin

Mr. Kenneth A. Myers ’87 and Mrs. Heather H. Myers Dr. Thomas Opfer ’96

Mr. Thomas S. Poole and Mrs. Lori Poole

Mr. Menlo F. Smith

Mr. Dennis Swaney

Mr. Robert Waters and Mrs. Mary Cecile G. Waters

Mr. Joseph J. Wilkins Jr. and Mrs. Kathleen B. Wilkins

Head of School Circle ($5,000 - $9,999)

Mr. Marco A. Balderrama and Mrs. Stephanie L. Balderrama Mr. Matthew D. Brockwell and Mrs. Laura C. Brockwell

Mr. Erik J. Burgos and Mrs. Cecilia M. Burgos

Capital One Services

Mr. Chris Carrier and Mrs. Melissa Carrier Charles Schwartz & Son Consumer Insights Group (CIG)

Mr. Allen Cox and Mrs. Marie Cox Mrs. Diana H. D’Alessandro ’03 and Mr. Jon D’Alessandro Mrs. Roberta A. Fisher Four, Inc.

Mr. Peter J. Hadinger and Mrs. Cheryl L. Hadinger Mr. Francis C. Kiley and Mrs. Monica A. Kiley Mrs. Mary Kimble ’96 and Mr. Raymond Kimble Kuma Foundation

Mr. Michael G. Lawrence and Mrs. Mary H. Lawrence Ms. Bernadette Margin Mr. Brian L. McDonnell and Mrs. Patricia McDonnell Mr. Michael Nickolaus

Colonel Peter O’Neill and Mrs. Patricia O’Neill Ourisman Chantilly Toyota Ourisman Fairfax Toyota Partners in Mission

Mr. Brent R. Perry and Mrs. Kim D. Perry Mrs. Mary M. Peters Porto Charities Inc.

Mr. Charlie F. Riceman ’87 and Mrs. Maria Riceman

Mr. Kenneth J. Ronald and Mrs. Beverly A. Ronald

Mr. Hugh Schaefer

Mr. Thomas P. Shanley and Mrs. Katherine T. Shanley

Mr. Patrick M. Sullivan and Mrs. Constance Sullivan

Mr. Samuel Velasquez and Mrs. Leyden Velasquez

Mr. Douglas Weimer and Dr. Peg D. Weimer

Whiting-Turner

Grace & Wisdom ($2,500 - $4,999)

Mr. Bernardino A. Albence Jr. and Mrs. Ann Albence

Mr. David G. Baldacci and Mrs. Michelle A. Baldacci

BMW of Fairfax Boeing Company

Mr. Paul Bradford and Mrs. Lisa Bradford

Mr. Jeffrey A. Bucaro ’87 and Mrs. Susan A. Bucaro

Mr. Vincent W. Caputy and Mrs. Theresa L. Caputy

Carroll & Nuttall, P.C.

Mr. Richard Cecka

Mr. Daniel R. Colwell ’05 and Mrs. Anna Colwell

Mr. James F. Cox and Mrs. Anne K. Cox

Mr. Patrick Cristofari and Mrs. Jennifer Cristofari

Mr. Greg H. Crofford and Mrs. Heather Crofford

Mr. Geoffrey S. d’Alelio and Mrs. Kathy S. d’Alelio

Mr. William R. Derasmo and Mrs. Jennifer A. Derasmo

Mr. William B. Dickson and Mrs. Mary Ellen Dickson

Mr. Donald Ditko and Mrs. Amy Ditko Mrs. Erin N. Driscoll ’93 and Mr. Richard Driscoll

Mrs. Kerry A. Drummond ’92 and Mr. Daniel F. Drummond

Fair Oaks Motors

Mr. Joseph R. Fox and Mrs. Mary E. Burke Fox

Mr. Kirk R. Fox ’89 and Mrs. Christine Fox

Mr. Mark L. Fulchino ’86 and Mrs. Aimee Fulchino

Mr. Ed Grimm and Mrs. Monica Grimm

Mrs. Mary A. Hamrick ’86 and Mr. Paul L. Hamrick

Mr. William Hanley and Mrs. Eileen Hanley

John Moriarty & Associates of Virginia, LLC

Johnson & Johnson Foundation

Mr. Steve Kaelber and Ms. Kelly Nighland

Mr. Kevin W. Keane and Mrs. Christine M. Keane In Memory of Gus Lee ’17

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A Recipe for Success! Fund for Paul VI gifts ranged from $15 to $15,000

Mr. Frank J. McCarthy and Mrs. Maura C. McCarthy

Mr. James McDermott and Mrs. Rebecca McDermott

Mr. Daniel J. McDonnell and Mrs. Jaqueline D. McDonnell

Mr. Thomas C. McLean and Mrs. Cynthia M. McLean

Dr. Timothy J. McNiff and Mrs. Margaret C. McNiff

Mr. Al J. Melanson and Mrs. Mary F. Melanson

Mr. F. Daniel Miller and Mrs. Glenda Miller

Mr. Kevin S. Mitchell and Mrs. Jenny Mitchell

Mr. John C. Neubauer and Mrs. Cathy L. Neubauer

Northern Virginia Orthodontics Northrop Grumman Foundation

Mrs. Anne K. Nuttall ’88 and Mr. Edward J. Nuttall

Mr. Brian L. Piccioni and Mrs. Vanessa Piccioni

Mr. Al A. Pisani and Mrs. Renee T. Pisani

Mr. Scott Pochick and Mrs. Michelle T. Pochick

Mr. Brian J. Roach and Ms. Jill Foster

Mr. Jamie Saylor ’89 and Mrs. Deborah Saylor

Mr. Jason Schafer and Mrs. Jennifer Schafer

Mr. Vince Sheehy and Mrs. Mimi Sheehy

Mrs. Katie E. Tinsley ’02 and Mr. Clifton Tinsley

Mr. Ricardo Trinidad and Mrs. Amy Trinidad

Mr. Carl S. Wang and Mrs. Joan M. Wang

Mr. Peter Whang and Mrs. Susan Whang

Mr. David Wilberding and Mrs. Cindy Wilberding

Mr. Thomas J. Worosz and Mrs. Ann M. Worosz

Mr. Andrew M. Zaso and Mrs. Irene M. Zaso

Mr. Timothy Banks and Mrs. Danielle Banks

Mr. Sean Bare and Mrs. Lisa Bare

Reverend Nicholas R. Barnes ’03 Dr. Mary J. Barron ’95 and Mrs. Heidi L. Settle

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Mr. Stephen Berardi and Mrs. Sharon Berardi

Mrs. Cheryl C. Blair-Kijewski

Mr. Steven J. Bozik and Mrs. Debora Bozik

Brightview Landscape Services, Inc.

Mr. William F. Brinkley and Mrs. Kingsley H. Brinkley

Mr. Timothy J. Brown ’87 and Mrs. Monica M. Brown

Mr. James O. Carson and Mrs. Margie Carson

Mr. Raymond R. Cassidy

Mr. Stephen Cataldo and Mrs. Christine Cataldo Chantilly Auto Care Center LLC

Mr. Paul Chiapparone

Computerware, Inc.

The Honorable B. P. Cotter and Mrs. Mary A. Cotter

Mr. Jack G. Cunningham and Mrs. Kelly K. Cunningham

Mrs. Eileen K. Curren ’98 and Mr. Stephen Curren Mr. Lorenzo D’Agostino ’09 Mr. Luke David

Mr. Timothy L. Davison and Mrs. Gretchen M. Davison

Mr. R. Damiano Del Toro and Mrs. Alessandra Ricci-Del Toro

Mr. Edward O. Devlin and Mrs. Maria A. Devlin

The Honorable Thomas DiGirolamo and Mrs. Jane DiGirolamo

Mr. Joseph P. Donahue and Mrs. Patricia K. Donahue

Mr. David C. Duncan ’89 and Mrs. MaryLynne Duncan ’89

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation

Mr. William S. Fennell and Mrs. Maryann Fennell

Mr. Jason Fleetwood and Mrs. Phyllis Fleetwood

Mr. Fernando Flores and Mrs. Marcela Flores

Flynn O’Hara Uniforms, Inc.

Mr. Brian L. Hart and Mrs. Kimberly K. Hart

Mr. Montgomery Hill and Mrs. Michelle C. Hill

Mr. Stanley T. Hines and Mrs. Teddi M. Hines

Mr. John J. Holland and Mrs. Alex C. Holland

Hope Faster Foundation

Mr. Thomas Horan and Mrs. Catherine Horan

Mr. Eugene Hubbard

Mr. David Ingemie and Mrs. Nancy E. Ingemie

Mr. Paul R. Jeffery and Mrs. Cynthia C. Jeffery

Colonel Frederick E. Johnston and Mrs. Merilyn Johnston Jostens

Mr. Steve Jreige and Mrs. Bridgette Jreige

Mr. Peter M. Jurich

Ms. Joan M. Karas

Mr. Sean P. Keane and Mrs. Marie Ducharme

Mr. James E. Keating

Mr. James Krueger and Mrs. Noreen Krueger

Mr. Matthew Lanham and Mrs. Laura Lanham

Mr. Ryan Lauridsen and Mrs. Susan Lauridsen

Mr. Joseph Madigan and Mrs. Evelyn Madigan

Mr. John P. Maguire ’88 and Mrs. Wendy Maguire

Mrs. Sally M. Mannion

Mr. Kevin Martin and Mrs. Marcie Martin

Mr. Michael H. Maslowsky ’05

Mr. Bradford Mason and Mrs. Tracy Mason

Mr. Kevin E. McGrath and Mrs. Nancy Z. McGrath

Mr. Daniel McGuire and Mrs. Jayme McGuire

Mr. Matthew McHugh and Mrs. Alanna McHugh

Mr. Darrin McKenna and Mrs. Sheila McKenna

Mrs. Colleen McKinney

Mr. Erich Mendez and Mrs. Nancy Mendez

Mrs. Therese C. Menezes ’97 and Dr. Matthew Menezes

ALUMNI GIVING

Shout Out to the Early Years!

• 21% of the Class of 1986 gave to PVI last year.

• The Class of 1987 gave $12,165 in gifts and $15,000 in pledges for $27,165 total, the highest giving amount for any alumni class last year.

Mr. Robert J. Abbott and Mrs. Joanne Abbott

Mr. John Adamson and Mrs. Melissa Adamson

Mr. Vic E. Alessi and Mrs. Susan Alessi

Mr. Leopoldo Alonso and Mrs. Beatriz G. Alonso AmazonSmile Foundation

Ms. Celeste Anderson

Ms. Kate M. Andreottola ’94 Anita’s ’New Mexico Style’ Mexican Food Automatic Films Ms. Alla Bakhtina

Mr. Ted S. Ballowe and Mrs. Sandra A. Ballowe

Dr. Mark D. Fowler and Mrs. Christine A. Fowler

Freddie Mac Foundation

Mr. David Frucht and Ms. Alexia Gospodinoff

Mr. Walter H. Gardiner

Ms. Susan Garvey

Mr. John M. Gilligan and Mrs. Deborah C. Gilligan

Dr. Chester A. Gipson and Mrs. Dorothy Gipson

Mr. Brandon L. Girmus ’09

Mr. Mark P. Graham ’90 and Mrs. Maura Graham

Mr. Edouard Granstedt and Mrs. Allison M. Granstedt

Mr. T. Patrick Hammeke

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Pride, Values, and Integrity ($1,000 - $2,499)

Lieutenant Commander Thomas D. Miller and Lieutenant Commander Pamela D. Miller

Mr. William Mills and Mrs. Sandy Mills

Mr. James Monroe and Mrs. Carol Monroe

Mr. Scott Montgomery and Mrs. Katelyn Montgomery

Mrs. Tracy Morris Li ’95

The Mullholland Charitable Fund

Mr. William M. Mulholland and Mrs. Mary Ellen Mulholland

Mr. Thomas P. Murry and Mrs. Grace E. Murry

Mr. F. Haywood Nelms and Mrs. Lynn Nelms

Mr. Jonathan Norton and Mrs. Amanda Norton

Mr. George J. Opfer and Mrs. Elizabeth Opfer

Mr. Guy A. Paolozzi and Mrs. Angela K. Paolozzi

Mr. Joe Paratore and Mrs. Kim Paratore

Mr. John Pollard and Mrs. Deborah Pollard

Mr. Alden Provost and Mrs. Miriam Provost Mrs. Betty Jeanne Pulsipher

Mr. James Quarantillo and Mrs. Ann M. Quarantillo

Mr. David T. Ralston and Mrs. Mary Ralston

Mr. Clifton Rankin and Mrs. Mary K. Rankin

Mr. Bernard P. Reca

Deacon Anthony Renzette and Mrs. Elizabeth Renzette

Mrs. Betsy Rhodes ’96 and Mr. Nick Rhodes

Mr. Michael Rickard and Mrs. Kate K. Rickard CPA

Mr. Darren D. Rittenhouse and Mrs. Pamela P. Rittenhouse

Mr. Earnest Robbins and Mrs. Donna Robbins

Mr. Charles Roder and Mrs. Karen Roder

Mr. John Rothenberger and Mrs. Karen Rothenberger

Mr. William E. Rouck ’89 and Mrs. Kandis Rouck

Mr. Michael Rowling and Mrs. Sonya Rowling

Dr. Patrick J. Rozmajzl and Mrs. Pamela B. Rozmajzl

Mr. Thomas J. Rudden and Mrs. Marcella S. Rudden

Mr. Jason R. Rutherford ’92 and Mrs. Stacey Rutherford

Mr. Emilio Saied and Mrs. Anne K. Saied Schwab Charitable Fund

Mr. Lawrence Scinto and Mrs. Constance Scinto Mrs. Jan B. Siegfried Mr. Adam W. Smith and Mrs. Allison Smith

Mr. Gilbert Sorebo and Mrs. Amy Sheridan

Mr. John M. Spivey and Mrs. Alison T. Spivey

Mr. Billy B. Springer and Mrs. Ellie Springer

Mr. Mark W. Struckman and Mrs. Christie K. Struckman

Mr. Joel C. Susco and Dr. Michelle S. Susco

Mr. Steve Swenson and Mrs. Laura H. Swenson Mrs. Katherine A. Thompson ’89 and Mr. Michael D. Thompson Tony’s NY Pizza

Mr. Steven B. Trax and Mrs. Jennifer D. Trax United Way of Greater Atlanta Mr. Matthew J. Valleskey and Mrs. Pamela A. Halm-Valleskey

Mr. Edwin Veazey and Mrs. Kristin Veazey

Mr. Zachary Venegas and Mrs. Marisol Venegas Verizon Foundation

Mr. Gerald G. Waldrop and Mrs. Christine M. Waldrop

Mrs. Cynthia Wallace

Mr. James Weiskopf and Mrs. Kamay Weiskopf

Mr. Gregory A. Wiegand ’08 Mr. Mark D. Zavacky and Mrs. Andrea A. Zavacky Mrs. Marissa T. Zures ’98 and Mr. Jeffrey Zures

Panther ($500 - $999)

Anonymous (1)

Mr. Edgar A. Adamson and Mrs. MaryAnn C. Adamson

Mr. Matthew T. Albence and Mrs. MaryBeth Albence Mrs. Joan Arban

Ms. Caroline M. Ashe ’91

Mr. Dan Barlow and Mrs. Alisa R. Barlow

Mr. Jon Benedict and Mrs. Christina Benedict

Mr. Frank W. Bode and Mrs. Elaine Bode

Mr. Bob Bouchard and Mrs. Sharon Bouchard

Mr. Bernard L. Bower and Mrs. Pamela Bower

Mr. James F. Brandow and Mrs. Anne Marie Brandow

Mr. Christopher Brasco and Mrs. Katherine Brasco

Mr. Garland Brill and Ms. Jean E. Moody

Mr. Peter S. Brohoski and Mrs. Cindy A. Brohoski

Mr. Sean Campbell and Mrs. Julia Campbell

Mr. Jason Campiti and Ms. Jackie Lawlor

Mr. Timothy J. Caputy ’08 and Mrs. Kiersten J. Caputy

Dr. Grant R. Cates and Mrs. Alicia Cates

Mr. Alfred Cavuto and Mrs. Mary Ellen G. Lennon

Mr. Robert M. Chadwick and Mrs. Alejandra Chadwick

Chariots for Hire

Ms. Ruth Chiapparone

Mr. Michael J. Ciatti ’88 and Mrs. Julie Ciatti

Ms. Lillian Colavecchio

Mr. Claude Crocker

Mr. Steven Cubarney and Mrs. Laura Cubarney

Mr. Peter Davey ’95

Mr. Joshua Dearmon and Mrs. Christina Dearmon

Mr. Paul DiBiasio and Mrs. Selma A. DiBiasio

Mr. Brian Eckert

Mr. Jeffrey E. Erhardt and Mrs. Sheila G. Erhardt

ExxonMobil Corporation

Mr. Sam Farraj and Mrs. Grace Farraj

Mr. JP Foley and Mrs. Dawn Foley

Mr. James E. Fostek and Mrs. Sandra Fostek

Mr. Lawrence Furey

Mr. Michael S. Furey and Mrs. Leanna M. Furey

Mr. Keith W. Grange and Mrs. Arpita M. Grange

Deacon Thomas L. Grodek and Mrs. Marilyn S. Grodek

Mr. Stephen A. Hamer

Reverend Frank Hanlon O.S.F.S. Mr. John Hannigan and Mrs. Vickie Hannigan

Mr. John Harkes and Mrs. Cindi Harkes

Mr. Richard Hoffman and Mrs. Marilyn Hoffmann

Mr. James B. Holler and Mrs. Susan H. Holler

Dr. Donald G. Hope and Mrs. Mary T. Hope

Mr. Creg Howland and Mrs. Margaret W. Howland

Ms. Melinda Innis and Mr. Austin S. Innis

Mr. Thomas Judge and Mrs. Cynthia Judge

Mr. Udaya M. Kabadi and Mrs. Mary Kabadi

Mrs. Jennifer Keating ’92 and Mr. Jonathan Keating Ms. Katja Kelpy

Mr. Matthew B. Kelpy

Mr. Jeffrey A. Ketron and Mrs. Teresa A. Ketron

Ms. Elizabeth L. O. Ketron ’24

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Mr. Theodore P. Kruczkowski and Mrs. Laura M. Kruczkowski

Lieutenant Colonel Jamie R. Kyte ’92 and Dr. Jennifer J. Kyte

Mr. Randy Lafranchi

Mr. Steven Lam and Ms. Nina Ngo

Mr. Thomas K. Lee and Ms. Mary E. Caiazzo

Mr. Gen L. C. Lee and Mrs. Stephanie Lee

Mr. Patrick Leffas and Mrs. Kathleen Leffas

Mrs. Lissett Lineberry ’95 and Mr. Mark D. Lineberry

Mr. Carlo A. Madonna and Mrs. Elizabeth P. Madonna

Ms. Bridget Manley

Mr. Eric Marshall and Mrs. Jessica Marshall

Mr. John B. Marut and Mrs. Cecilia V. Vasquez-Marut

Ms. Michele M. McAllister ’87

Mr. Timothy J. McCarthy and Mrs. Pamela C. McCarthy

Mr. Eugene McCarthy and Mrs. Mandy McCarthy

Dr. John G. McGinn and Mrs. Kelly S. McGinn

Mr. Sean P. McGlone ’88

Mr. Robert McGovern and Mrs. Kelly McGovern

Mr. Brendan McMahon and Mrs. Nikki McMahon

ANNUAL REPORT 32 PANTHER TRACKS
Annual Report 2021-2022
A Good Day to Be a Panther • $114,515 raised from 538 donors • Donations from 23 states and 1 from Brazil • $50,017 given by 238 first-time donors • $11,800 given by 44 faculty/staff members • $4,445 given by 67 grandparents • $83,950 given by current parents • $13,006 given by 100 alumni from 43 classes • $1,545 in gifts from 20 members of the Class of 2022 DAY OF GIVING 2022

ANNUAL REPORT

Mr. Lawrence E. Moore and Mrs. Marianne T. Moore

Mr. Robert P. Mueller and Mrs. Madeleine F. Mueller

Mr. Brendan M. Muha ’12

Mr. Eric P. Murray

Northrop Grumman Employee Political Action Committee

Mr. John J. Nowadly and Ms. Kathleen G. Sullivan

Mr. Jack O’Brien and Mrs. Jan O’Brien

Mr. Sherman D. O’Brien and Mrs. Victoria O’Brien

Mr. Thomas W. O’Brien and Mrs. Jacquelyn O’Brien

Mr. Stephen J. O’Connell and Mrs. Beth O’Connell

Mr. Michael Orr and Ms. Kasey Miller

Mr. Paul S. Pastor and Mrs. Kathleen Pastor

Mr. Gerald Petraitis and Mrs. Jennifer Petraitis Petroleum Marketing Group

Mr. Stephen Petti and Mrs. Janelle Petti

Mr. John M. Powell and Mrs. Marie A. Powell

Mr. Michael Powers and Mrs. Celie M. Powers

Mr. Stephen Prince and Mrs. Leslie A. Prince

Mr. Gerald J. Rankin and Mrs. Maria Rankin

Mr. Patrick E. Reddan ’88 and Mrs. Christine Reddan

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Revor ’90 and Colonel Mark Revor

Mr. Alexander Romero and Mrs. Allison Romero

Mr. Steven Rosini and Mrs. Isabella Rosini

Mr. Anthony Ross and Mrs. Frances Ross

Mr. Ryan C. Ryckeley ’22 Saint Catherine of Siena Catholic Church

Mr. Joseph Sebastian Ms. Ann M. Shanley ’21

Mr. Michael T. Shanley ’21

Mr. Scott D. Siegel and Mrs. Sheri Siegel

Mr. Kieno Simeon and Mrs. Lisa Simeon

Mr. Thomas N. Simmons and Mrs. Terry J. Simmons

Mr. Anthony J. Simon and Mrs. Susan D. Simon

Mr. John Sirotniak and Mrs. Emma Sirotniak Mrs. Eleanor A. Storage

Mr. Gregory P. Sullivan and Mrs. Anne M. Sullivan

Mr. Joselito Tacogue and Mrs. Carey Tacogue

Mr. Ronald J. Thomas and Mrs. Karen K. Thomas Mrs. Kathryn Thurston

Mr. William Tighe and Mrs. Erica Tighe

TJ Distributors, Inc.

Mr. Bradley Tollefson and Mrs. Elizabeth Tollefson

VMWare Foundation

Mr. Jason Waldrop and Mrs. Christine Waldrop

Mr. Michael Ward and Mrs. Karen Ward

Mr. Christopher B. White ’86 and Mrs. Chawn White

Ms. Alysha K. Wiegand ’05

Ms. Grace H. Wilberding ’22

Mr. Christopher Williams and Mrs. Christina Williams

Mr. Norman Wilmans and Mrs. Patricia Wilmans

Mr. Edward W. Wojtan and Mrs. Michele E. Wojtan

Mr. Edward F. Wonder and Mrs. Elizabeth C. Wonder

Mr. Dan F. Woodley ’98 and Mrs. Nicole Woodley

Mr. Bernard F. Woolfley ’86 and Mrs. Melinda Woolfley

Youth Apostles

Mr. Ali Zandi and Mrs. Alessandra Zandi

Mr. John L. Zanelotti and Mrs. Linda Zanelotti

Zeta Associates

Mr. Edward C. Zigo and Mrs. Mary C. Zigo

Black & Gold ($250 - $499)

Anonymous (3)

Mr. Daniel E. Adamson ’90 and Mrs. Melissa K. Adamson

Mr. Darrick Akiyama and Mrs. Joanna Akiyama

Mr. Robert S. Anderson and Mrs. Gretchen Anderson

Mr. Michael D. Appleton and Mrs. Jennifer C. Appleton

Mr. Charles Ashley and Mrs. Bobbie Ashley

Mr. William D. Atwood and Mrs. Marigold H. Atwood

Mr. Charles Barbera and Mrs. Victoria Barbera

Mr. Stephen Barnes and Mrs. Monica Barnes

Mrs. Sheila C. Barnett ’03 and Mr. Kevin T. Barnett

Mr. Samuel Betancourt and Mrs. Kari Betancourt

Mr. John Bourdelais and Mrs. Tristan Bourdelais

Mr. Jerome Bozek and Mrs. Rita Bozek

Mr. Gregory J. Branic and Mrs. Kimberly A. Branic

Mr. Daniel Braun and Mrs. Michelle Braun

Mr. Gary Breissinger and Mrs. Julia Breissinger

Mr. Charles E. Brewer and Mrs. Helen Brewer

Mrs. Margaret G. Brinker ’93 and Mr. Michael Brinker

Mr. Thomas E. Brinker and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Brinker

Mr. William C. Buckley and Mrs. Christina Buckley

Grand Gesture

Grandparents gave $64,166 to the Fund for Paul VI and $94,536 overall.

Mr. Thomas J. Burkat and Mrs. Patricia Burkat

Mr. Robert D. Callander and Mrs. Mary M. Callander

Mr. Hugh M. Cannon ’95 and Mrs. Amy Cannon

Mr. George J. Chan and Mrs. Faith M. Chan

Ms. Trinity Cheatham ’22 Mr. Frank Clarke Jr. Mr. John Clinton and Mrs. Mary Clinton

Mr. Carl A. S. Coan III Mr. Brad Colavecchio and Mrs. Nicole Colavecchio Mr. Javier Colmenares and Mrs. Alexandra Colmenares Mr. Robert M. Cornejo and Mrs. Elizabeth P. Cornejo Dr. Shane Costa D.D.S. and Mrs. Virginia Costa

Mrs. Erin E. Covington ’94 and Mr. David Covington

Mr. Matthew Craig and Mrs. Anne R. Craig

Mr. Andrew Cripe and Mrs. Patricia Cripe

Mr. John A. Crowley ’87 and Mrs. Melissa Crowley

Mr. Michael Culligan and Mrs. Maura Culligan Mr. Dan Davis and Mrs. Debbie Davis Mr. Clark Davis and Mrs. Heather Davis

Mr. Bradley Dean and Mrs. Amber Dean Mr. Martin A. DeConcilis and Mrs. Kathleen R. DeConcilis Mr. Joseph F. DeNoyior and Mrs. Stacy Z. DeNoyior Mr. Peter J. Devlin and Mrs. Kathleen Devlin

Mr. Luis Diaz and Mrs. Brooke Diaz Ms. Deborah E. DiFalco Mr. Gerald B. Edmonds and Mrs. Victoria L. Edmonds Mr. William M. Ellis, Jr. and Mrs. Lisa M. Ellis Mrs. Carol C. Erhard Mr. Daniel Evans and Mrs. Mary Evans

Mr. Tito O. Farrales and Mrs. Germelina B. Farrales

Mr. Miguel Ferrufino and Mrs. Elizabeth Ferrufino

Mr. John J. Finnerty and Mrs. Caryl J. Finnerty

Mr. Patrick Flaherty

Mr. Steven J. Freschi and Mrs. Regina Freschi

Mr. Sean J. Gallagher and Mrs. Cindy J. Gallagher Ms. Ling Gao

Mr. Matthew W. Garber and Mrs. Christina S. Garber

Mr. Jeffrey T. Geiser and Mrs. Diane M. Geiser

Mr. John P. Geraghty and Mrs. Kathryn F. Geraghty

Mr. Ghaleb B. Ghaleb and Mrs. Cathy Abi-Khattar

Mr. Sean M. Gibbons ’87 and Mrs. Carolyn Gibbons

Mr. Matthew Gibson and Mrs. Jennifer Gibson

Mr. Fred E. Gilbert and Mrs. Karen F. Gilbert

Mrs. Bernice M. Gillespie ’86 and Mr. Daniel Gillespie

Mrs. Catherine B. Baum Gillespie

Givinga Foundation

Mr. Peter F. Grau and Mrs. Lisa A. Grau

Dr. Thomas J. Green and Dr. Elizabeth G. Green

Mrs. Megan Hamberger

Mr. Maurice D. Hammond and Mrs. Tracy W. Hammond

Mr. John Hardy and Mrs. Cindy Hardy Mr. Justin Harrison and Mrs. Gabrielle Harrison

Mr. John Hengesbach and Mrs. Bernadette Hengesbach

Ms. Deanna Hilton

Mrs. Karen D. Hoppe and Mr. J. David Hoppe

Mrs. Mary Hrastar

Mrs. Alison Humphrey

Mr. Robert W. Hunter and Mrs. Mary Anne Hunter

Mr. Monte Ingram and Mrs. Evelyn Ingram

Mr. Albert Johnson and Mrs. Anita Johnson

Mr. Rodney Johnson and Mrs. Kimberly A. Johnson-Finan Mr. Christian A. Kassis and Mrs. Julia D. Kassis

Mr. Geoffrey Keller and Mrs. Kathryn Keller

Mr. Michael Kelso and Mrs. Candice Kelso

Mr. Michael Kilkeary ’93

Mr. Paul Kolebuck and Mrs. Meaghan Kolebuck

Mr. Peter N. Kovalick and Mrs. Carol M. Kovalick

Mr. Darryl D. Krolicki and Mrs. Joyce E. Krolicki

Mr. Richard LaMagna

Mr. Michael Lang and Mrs. Brea Lang

Mr. Jerry Laymon and Mrs. Cheryll Laymon

Mr. Gary W. Lee and Mrs. Nadine Lee Mr. Jeffrey Lee and Mrs. Carrie Lee Mrs. Fay Lee

Mr. Robert J. Lloyd and Mrs. Margaret O. Lloyd

ST. PAUL VI CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 33

The Gift of a PVI Education

We asked several students in the graduating Class of 2022 what gifts PVI had given to them.

“PVI truly is a family and that is a real gift.”

“My teachers are such an amazing gift. They are always there for me no matter what.”

“PVI has given me the gift of life skills.”

Help make all these gifts (and more!) possible by making your own gift to Paul VI. Scan the QR code on this page or visit www.paulvi.net/give.

“My teammates are the greatest gift ever.”

“PVI has given me an outlet for my creativity.”

“PVI has given me the gift of compassion and understanding.”

“It is a gift to attend morning Mass every day.”

ANNUAL REPORT 34 PANTHER TRACKS Annual Report 2021-2022

Mrs. Danielle M. MacDonald Wateridge ’02 and Mr. Carl Wateridge

Mr. Glenn R. Madelmayer and Mrs. Loretta E. Madelmayer Reverend Robert Mancini

Mr. Nicolas Mantalvanos and Mrs. Dimitra Mantalvanos

Mr. Thomas Marilley and Mrs. Maria Jeanette Marilley Mrs. Megan E. Maso ’94 and Mr. Corey Maso

Mr. Michael Massarini and Mrs. Maria Massarini Mrs. Francine McArdle

Captain James T. McCormick and Mrs. Mary H. McCormick

Mr. Eric McKinley and Mrs. Mandy McKinley

Mr. Robert F. McLaughlin and Mrs. Monika McLaughlin

Mr. Michael F. McMenamin ’08 and Mrs. Mary McMenamin

Mr. David Meteyer

Mr. Christopher D. Miller ’04 and Mrs. Karen Miller

Mr. John Mills and Mrs. Catherine Ziobro Mills

Dr. C. Damon Moore and Dr. Susan Swayze

Mr. James H. Moran and Mrs. Caryn S. Moran

Mr. Michael T. Murphy and Mrs. Madeline M. Murphy

Mr. William Nashwinter and Mrs. Toni Nashwinter

Mr. Michael J. Noel and Mrs. Kimberlyn Noel

Mr. John G. Noory and Mrs. Amy F. Noory

The Oblates of St. Francis de Sales

Mr. Michael A. O’Hara and Mrs. Kimberly A. O’Hara

Mr. Fernando Olivencia and Mrs. Edna Olivencia

Ms. Patricia M. Orfini ’03

Mr. Sean O’Shields and Mrs. Ann O’Shields

Ms. Anne Owen

Mr. Huba K. Papp and Mrs. Ellen Papp

Mr. Carl Pardiny and Mrs. Cathy M. Pardiny

Mr. Brian Pariroo

Ms. Laura Pearson

Mr. Dennis Philippart and Mrs. Gail Philippart

Mr. Jeff D. Philippart and Mrs. Erin E. Philippart

Mr. Michael Plourde and Mrs. Jennifer Plourde

Mr. John J. Polcari

Mr. Darren Raiguel and Mrs. Jill Raiguel

Mr. James Rannazzisi and Mrs. Barbara Rannazzisi

Mr. Alonso Revilla and Mrs. Carmen V. Butron-Revilla

Mr. Matthew T. Reynolds and Mrs. Brenda S. Reynolds

Mr. Joseph P. Richardson and Mrs. Stefanie Richardson

Mr. Edward Rodgers and Mrs. Stacy Rodgers

Mr. Renato Romero and Mrs. Carla G. Romero

Ms. JoLaine J. Ross

Mr. Charles J. Roy and Mrs. Mollie D. Roy

Mr. Jon Ryckeley and Mrs. Nicole Ryckeley

Mr. Juan Santisi and Mrs. Marisa Santisi

SAP National Security Services

Mr. Don Schieffer and Mrs. Katherine Schieffer

Mr. Patrick D. Scholl and Mrs. Margaret B. Scholl

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Schroder and Mrs. Deborah L. Schroder

Mr. John M. Shea and Mrs. Joanne Shea

Mr. Michael H. Sherman and Mrs. Theresa A. Sherman Mr. Ernest Sims

Mr. Anthony J. Steele and Mrs. Lisa Steele

Mr. Channing Steele and Mrs. Kim Steele

Mr. Joseph T. Stoskus and Mrs. Joanne Stoskus

Mr. Christopher Summers Mr. David N. Talton and Mrs. Amy H. Talton

Mr. Richard M. Tansing and Mrs. Elizabeth K. Tansing

Mr. Walter Taschek and Mrs. Hilda Taschek

Mr. Brandon E. Terpolilli ’02

The Stacy Rodgers Team LLC Mr. EJ Thomas and Mrs. Pamela C. Thomas

Mr. Daniel J. Townsend and Mrs. Eileen D. Townsend

United Way of the National Capital Area

Mr. Jeffrey L. Villaver and Dr. Ellen Grace Villaver Visa, Inc. Dr. Joseph E. Vorbach

Mr. Steven Wallace and Mrs. Erin Wallace

Mr. Doug L. Walls and Mrs. Ann K. D. Walls

Mr. Sean P. Walsh and Mrs. Maria Walsh

Mr. Charles Westberg Jr. and Mrs. Kimberly Westberg

Mr. Richard L. White and Mrs. Renee Q. White

Mr. Dale R. Whitfield and Mrs. Sophia Whitfield

Mr. Robert Wilson and Mrs. Yajaira Ortiz-Wilson

Mr. William D. Wiltgen

Mr. Lawrence J. Wiltshire and Mrs. Nancy R. Wiltshire

Mr. Mark Wishner and Mrs. Laurie Wishner

Mr. John Wittkoski and Mrs. Therese Wittkoski

Mr. Antonio C. Zang ’86 and Mrs. Lisa Zang

Honor Roll

($100 - $249)

Mr. Edward S. Adams and Mrs. Patricia K. Adams

Mrs. Birute Alisius

Ms. Vivian N. Alonso ’03

Mr. Carlos Alvarado and Mrs. Mabel Alvarado

Mr. Alipio Anastacio and Mrs. Angelique Anastacio

Ms. Sofia M. Anastacio ’22

Mr. John J. Andrejko and Mrs. Beverly L. Andrejko Mr. Kevin Angel and Mrs. Lauren Angel ANSER

Mr. Gary Appleton and Mrs. Sheron Appleton

Mr. Keith Ardinger

Mr. Robert Arquette and Mrs. Mary Arquette

Mr. Ruwan Arseculeratne and Mrs. Cristin Arseculeratne

Mr. Zane D. Arseculeratne ’23

Mrs. Crystal Ashman Mrs. Suzanne Backus

Mr. Kenneth R. Baine

Mr. Mark R. Baker and Mrs. Araceli S. Baker

Ms. Lynn J. Banks

Mr. Robert Barker and Mrs. Kimberly Barker

Lieutenant Joseph C. Barrett ’13 and Mrs. Caroline J. Barrett ’14

Mr. Joseph Barrett Mrs. JoAnne Barron

Mr. John Bastek and Mrs. Susan Bastek

Ms. Robin Batchelor

Mr. Richard Beck and Mrs. Lynda Beck

Mr. Scott A. Bennett and Mrs. Kristen A. Bennett

Mr. Robert J. Billak and Mrs. Laura Billak

Mr. Jesse Birch ’95 and Mrs. Erin Birch

Ms. Jeanne Bobrek

Mr. Al Boggs and Mrs. Tammie Boggs Mr. John Boone

Mr. Bruce W. Bower and Mrs. Elizabeth Bower

Ms. Ellen M. Bower ’06

Ms. Carolyn Boyle Mrs. Kathleen A. Boyle

Mr. David Bozell and Mrs. Laura Bozell

Ms. Dorothea A. Brady

Mr. Patrick K. Brant and Mrs. Barbara Brant

Mrs. Elaine Brasco

Mr. Stephen F. Brasco and Mrs. Denise A. Brasco

Mr. Paul Braun and Mrs. Mary Braun

Ms. Geraldine Bridge

Ms. Breda F. Brosey ’22

Mr. James Brosey and Mrs. Patricia Brosey Mr. Daniel L. Brosnan ’05

Mr. Michael Brown and Mrs. Karen Brown

Mr. Theophil J. Bruce and Mrs. Virgina Bruce

Mr. Richard Brzezanski and Mrs. Kasey Brzezanski

Mr. William Bucci and Mrs. Irena Bucci

Mr. Daniel Burger ’96 and Mrs. Kristin L. Burger ’99 Mr. Ian P. Burns ’91 and Mrs. Tara Burns

Mr. Andrew Calabrese Esq. and Mrs. Shannon Calabrese

Mr. Eduardo Caldera and Mrs. Beth Caldera

Mr. John Calopietro and Mrs. Nicole A. Adkinson-Calopietro

Mr. Anthony C. Campiti and Mrs. Tonya Campiti

Mr. Zeus Celi and Mrs. Jessica Celi Ms. Ann S. Cervino

Mr. James J. Check and Mrs. Monica A. Check

Mr. Frank Chellino

Ms. Lilly I. Chuecos ’97

Mr. Stephen Churchill

Mrs. Janina M. Cikotas

Mr. Darrell Cindrich and Mrs. Annette Cindrich

Mr. Charles Clavelli and Mrs. Melissa Clavelli

Mr. Loreto J. Clavelli and Mrs. Judith M. Clavelli

Mr. John Cochran and Mrs. Jennifer Cochran

Ms. Julia A. Cochran ’25

Mr. Joseph Cody and Mrs. Jennifer Cody

Mr. Brennan M. Colby ’22

Mr. Lawrence Colby and Mrs. Jodi Colby

Mr. John Coleman and Mrs. Carol Coleman

Mr. Ryan W. Colwell ’97 and Mrs. Melinda J. Colwell

Mrs. Laurie A. Combs ’86 and Mr. Chris Combs

Mr. Donald Coney Sr. and Mrs. Lillian Coney

Mr. Edward Coney and Mrs. Kathleen Coney

Mrs. Jennifer L. Conroy ’90 and Mr. Jeff Conroy

Mr. Frank A. Cooch and Mrs. Susan Cooch

Mr. Stanley A. Cook

Mr. James F. Corcoran and Mrs. Catherine Corcoran Mr. John Costanzo

Mr. Zachary M. Costello ’07 and Mrs. Casey K. Costello ’07

Mr. Frederick S. Covert and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Covert

Mrs. Elizabeth Cranston and Mr. Robert Cranston

Ms. Mary E. Cubarney

Mr. James Culpepper and Mrs. Krystal Culpepper

Mr. Thomas Cumber and Mrs. Kathleen Cumber

Mr. John Cummings and Mrs. Judy Cummings

ANNUAL REPORT ST. PAUL VI CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL 35

Mr. John K. Cunniff and Dr. Laura C. Cunniff

Ms. Stephanie Curtin

Dad’s Towing Service

Ms. Nona Dailey

Mr. Joseph M. Dannemann and Mrs. Debbie A. Dannemann

Dr. Robert Darrow and Mrs. Ruth Darrow

Mr. Whiticar Darvill and Mrs. Amanda Darvill

Dr. Edward A. Dauer and Mrs. Joanne Dauer

Ms. Laine F. Davison ’17

Ms. Janet L. Day

Mr. Mario de Castro and Mrs. Liliana de Castro

Mr. James Dear and Mrs. Christine Dear Mr. Steven Derr

Ms. Daniela Di Tullio

Mrs. Deanna L. DiGiovanna ’86

Mr. Walter Dobranski and Mrs. Jane Dobranski

Ms. Suzanne S. Dorn Ms. Julie Dowling

Mr. Michael W. Drews and Mrs. Diane M. Drews

Mr. Richard Driscoll

Mr. Franklin Dubon-Diaz and Ms. Joanna Montoya

Ms. Jean R. Duffy

Mr. Michael Duong and Ms. Thuha Nguyen

Mrs. Mary Louise Duren

Mr. Gary Eisner and Mrs. Jennifer Eisner

Ms. Joan Elfeld

Mr. William H. Emerson and Mrs. Lisa Emerson

Mr. John R. Espenshade and Mrs. Angelina Espenshade

Mr. Mark Esposito and Mrs. Michele Esposito

Mr. Daniel J. Evans ’99 and Mrs. Kelly Evans Fannie Mae

Mr. Brian J. Feldmann

Mr. Steven P. Fentress and Mrs. Tracy A. Fentress

Mr. Richard Fiano and Mrs. Kathryn Fiano

Mr. Kerwyn Finney and Mrs. Carla D. Mickens-Finney

Mr. Juan A. Font and Mrs. Elizabeth Font

Mr. Nico Foris and Mrs. Heather Foris

Mr. Eric G. Francis and Mrs. Martine A. Francis

Ms. Kimberly T. Francis

Mr. Paul G. Freeborne and Mrs. Kirsten S. Freeborne

Mr. Jeffrey Furgal and Mrs. Lisa Furgal

Mr. Patrick E. Gallagher and Mrs. Bridget C. Gallagher Mrs. Molly Garrett Ms. Constance Gatto

Colonel Christopher J. Giaimo

Mr. Christopher J. Giaimo ’87 and Mrs. Kimberly A. Giaimo ’87

Mr. Philip G. Gillespie and Mrs. Carol Gillespie

Mr. James Giunchi and Mrs. Krista Giunchi

Mr. Jeffrey Glynn and Mrs. Shelli Glynn

Mr. Alexander Gourley Mrs. Nicole E. Gozzi ’97 and Mr. John Gozzi

Mr. Gerard Grealish and Mrs. Ellen Grealish

Mr. David B. Green and Mrs. Therese Green Mr. Charles H. Grim and Mrs. Barbara S. Grim

Mr. Norman Grimm Sr. and Mrs. June Grimm

Captain James B. Groff and Mrs. Elizabeth Groff Mr. Edward Grom and Mrs. Marissa Scola Mr. Conrad E. Grundlehner and Dr. Marietta G. Grundlehner Mr. Timothy Guild and Mrs. Kelly Guild

Mr. Charles Gunn and Mrs. Carole Gunn

Mr. Matthew Halicy and Mrs. Melissa Halicy Dr. Henry B. Haller

Mrs. Ann M. Hallett ’08 and Mr. Sean Hallett and Ms. Mary P. Hamburger ’02 Ms. Riley S. Hamburger ’25 Mr. Thomas Hammar and Mrs. Diane Hammar

Captain John J. Hammerer and Mrs. Nancy Hammerer Mr. Maurice Hammond Sr. and Mrs. Ruby W. Hammond Dr. Michael S. Han and Mrs. Jennifer Han

Mr. John O. Hardy and Mrs. Gayle L. Dukart-Hardy

Mr. Brian C. Harper ’88 and Mrs. Susan Harper

Mr. Andrew J. Harrison ’25

Mr. John Hart and Mrs. Margaret L. Hart

Mr. Daniel Harvill and Mrs. Kathryn Harvill

Mr. Anthony Hebenstreit and Mrs. Anna Hebenstreit

Ms. Charlene Hebert ’86 Mr. George Heidtman

Mr. Martin Heinze and Mrs. Linda Heinze

Ms. Sheila D. Herbst

Ms. Linda Herman

Mr. Terry Hess and Mrs. Shirley Hess Mr. Cory Hicks

Mr. Adam D. Hill ’21

Mr. J. Thomas Hines and Mrs. Judith K. Hines

Mr. Nicholas Hinko and Mrs. Susan Hinko

Ms. Mary E. Hitchcock ’22

Mr. Reed Hitchcock and Mrs. Heather Hitchcock

Mr. Christopher D. Hogan ’99 and Mrs. Michelle Hogan

Mr. James Hogan and Mrs. Jennifer Hogan

Mr. George Hohmann and Mrs. Emily Hohmann

Ms. Christie Holland

Mrs. Lara Holmes

Mrs. Caroline H. Honzo ’98 and Mr. Robert G. Honzo

Mr. Kevin Horner and Mrs. Jennifer Horner

Ms. Kathryn M. Hovey ’98

Dr. Douglas Howard and Mrs. Angela Howard

Ms. Mary Ann Howley

Mr. Stephen M. Humenik and Mrs. Neda Humenik

Mr. Jeffrey W. Hummel and Mrs. Katherine C. Hummel

Mrs. Judy Kay Hutchison

Mr. Gilberto Irizarry and Mrs. Frances Irizarry

Mr. Wassim Issa and Mrs. Jamie Issa

Mr. Bryan Jackson ’96 and Mrs. Shana Jackson

Ms. Shirley Jackson

Mr. Everett P. Jacobs and Dr. Jennifer H. Jacobs

Ms. Sonja Jansons

Mr. Paul N. Jelcic and Mrs. Theresa A. Jelcic

Mr. Andrew Johnson

Mr. Chuck Johnson and Mrs. Judy Johnson Mrs. Trinh V. Johnson

Joseph W. Stuart, PLC

Mr. John Joyce and Mrs. Nancy Joyce

Ms. Gloria Jreige

Mrs. Bernadette G. Judge

Mr. Rajit Kabadi and Mrs. Michelle Kabadi

Mr. John J. Kane and Mrs. Janice K. Kane

ANNUAL REPORT 36 PANTHER TRACKS Annual Report 2021-2022

Mr. Joseph M. Kanyan and Mrs. Virginia Kanyan

Dr. Stephen T. Kapushoc and Mrs. Heather C. Kapushoc

Mr. John Karas and Mrs. Kelly Karas

Mr. Darren Kaufman and Mrs. Angela Kaufman

Mr. Chris Kearns and Mrs. Lisa Kearns

Ms. Sue Keith

Mr. John T. Kelly and Mrs. Mary L. Kelly

Mr. Patrick Keough

Ms. Maureen M. Kiley ’99

Mr. John Kilgariff and Mrs. Traci O. Kilgariff Mr. Duk Kim

Mr. Brian Kimmel and Mrs. Bettina Kimmel

Mr. James A. King

Mr. James H. King

Mr. Roger G. Kiper and Mrs. Marie Kiper

Mr. James Kirk and Mrs. Genevieve Kirk

Mrs. Tarcela A. Knight ’99 and Mr. Wesley Knight

Knights of Columbus Fr. Vincent Sikora Council #7992

Mrs. Sharon Knotts

Mr. Greg Knowles and Mrs. Kerry Knowles

Mr. Delbert Kohler and Mrs. Denise Kohler

Ms. Jennifer R. Kowalski ’89

Mr. Kevin Kramp and Mrs. Paula Kramp

Mr. Charles Krizek and Mrs. Marie Krizek

Mr. Linc Krueger and Mrs. Julie Krueger

Mr. Neil C. Kuehnast and Mrs. Carol C. Kuehnast

Ms. Eileen Kuletz-Burke

Mr. Edem Kunutsor and Mrs. Abena Kunutsor

Mr. Francis Kunzwiler and Mrs. Karen Kunzwiler

Ms. Charlene Kurihara

Mr. Richard LaFrance and Mrs. Jean LaFrance

Ms. Alexandra J. LaRiviere ’10

Mr. Darrell LaRoche and Mrs. Linda LaRoche

Mr. Mike Larson and Mrs. Linda Larson

Mr. Aaron Lawlor and Mrs. Laura Lawlor

Mr. Jack Lawlor

Ms. Judy T. Lazarus

Mr. Matthew LeClercq and Mrs. Diane LeClercq

Mrs. Chimene Lee

Mr. Steven Lee and Mrs. Leanne E. DelPorto Lee

Mr. Philip M. Leitzinger and Mrs. Vicki Leitzinger

Ms. Penelope Li ’18

Mr. Thomas J. Lindblad and Mrs. Diane M. Lindblad

Mr. Rick Loffredo

Ms. Adeline Loftus

Mr. Charles M. Loving and Mrs. Susan R. Loving

Mr. Michael Lukacs and Mrs. Lucy Lukacs

Mr. John Madden and Mrs. Larissa Madden

Mr. James Maguire and Mrs. Rachel Maguire

Mr. Matthew K. Mahoney and Mrs. Jennifer Mahoney

Mr. Timothy Mahoney and Mrs. Jill Mahoney

Mrs. Amy M. Malouf ’06 and Mr. Raymond Malouf

Mrs. Joanne Marino Mr. Ralph Marks

Mr. Michael T. Marshall and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Marshall

Mr. William Marshall and Mrs. Kristine Marshall

Mr. David Marshalonis ’91 and Mrs. Suzanne Marshalonis Mrs. Beth Martin

Mrs. Joan M. Matthews

Mr. Bruce McAfee and Mrs. Pamela McAfee

Mrs. LaVerne M. McDonald

Mr. T.J. McGuire III and Mrs. Kerry E. McGuire

Mrs. Maureen McGuire-Kuletz

Mr. Larry McLaury and Mrs. Janice McLaury

Mr. James Medica and Mrs. Kimberly Medica

Mr. Brendan T. Melody and Mrs. Mary Ann T. Melody

Rear Admiral Mark Melson and Mrs. Stephanie Melson

Mr. Greg Meredith and Mrs. Linda Meredith

Mr. Thomas M. Mihich and Mrs. Kathleen A. Mihich

Mr. Matthew Miller and Mrs. Melissa Miller

Mr. William S. Miller and Mrs. Katherine L. Miller

Mrs. Niamh M. Minus

Mr. Ian Mirkes and Mrs. Jamie Mirkes

Mr. Jakob L. Mirkes ’25

Mr. Brett L. Moore ’06 and Mrs. Jennie Moore

Mr. Walter Moore and Mrs. Linda Moore

Mr. John Moran and Mrs. June Moran

Mr. Richard J. Morvillo and Mrs. Florence Morvillo

Mr. Matt L. Mosqueda ’88 and Mrs. Natalie Mosqueda

Mr. Craig A. Mosser and Mrs. Charlotte A. Mosser

Mr. Frank Muller and Mrs. Marie Muller

Mrs. Bridget C. Murphy

Mr. Kevin C. Murphy ’00 and Mrs. Lauren Murphy Mr. Dominic A. Mustachio ’21

Mr. Vincent A. Mustachio and Mrs. Jennifer C. Mustachio Mr. Ron Myers and Mrs. Rosemarie N. Quinn

Mr. Gregory P. Neubig and Mrs. Margaret M. Neubig

Welcome to our Newest Donors

604 first time donors made a gift in 2021-2022.

Dr. Richard F. Neville and Mrs. Alison D. Neville

Mr. Jerry L. Nicholson and Mrs. Julia Nicholson

Ms. Natalie N. Nicholson ’25

Mr. Caesar Nieves and Mrs. Liza B. Nieves

Mr. Robert Nieves

Mr. Bill Nilles and Mrs. Mary Jean Nilles

Mr. Paul O’Leary

Mr. Davis R. O’Brien ’05

Mr. James P. O’Donnell and Mrs. Patricia L. O’Donnell

Ms. Kathleen O’Grady

Dr. Nicholas G. Olari and Mrs. Susan E. Olari

Mr. Gene Olson and Mrs. Karin Olson Mr. Rory L. O’Neil ’02

Mrs. Allison M. Opfer Ramirez ’03

Mr. Denis M. O’Reilly and Mrs. Susan L. O’Reilly

Mr. Paul J. Ottariano and Mrs. Colleen J. Ottariano

Mr. Phillip Owens and Mrs. Jeraldine Owens

Mr. William J. Pagano and Mrs. Julie Pagano

Mr. George Paine and Mrs. Linda Paine

Mr. Vikash K. Patel and Ms. Pavitra Patel

Mr. Ed Peltier and Mrs. Carol Peltier Mr. Jaime A. Perez and Ms. Blanca Ramirez

Mr. Robert Peters and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Peters

Mr. Benedicto Pilande and Mrs. Lorelei L. Pilande

Mr. Stephen Pirato and Mrs. Megan Pirato

Mr. Jeffrey Pizzino and Mrs. Nancy Pizzino

Mr. Thomas A. Pollock and Mrs. Kathleen D. Pollock Mr. Robert Prosser and Mrs. Catherine Prosser

Mr. Thomas F. Pugsley and Mrs. Carol Pugsley

Mrs. Marymai M. Quaglia ’92 and Mr. Michael Quaglia Mr. James Quaile and Mrs. Elizabeth Kassa

Mr. R. Kevin Quarry and Ms. Barbara Moran

Mr. Philip Quintana and Mrs. Karri Quintana

Mr. John Quintas and Mrs. Susan Quintas

Mr. David Rackiewicz and Mrs. Allinda Rackiewicz

Ms. Nakayra Ramos

Mr. Larry Reback and Mrs. Maureen Reback Mrs. Emily J. Reid ’98 and Mr. Julian Reid Mr. Patrick Reid and Mrs. Peggy Reid

Mr. Matthew Reidy and Mrs. Catherine Reidy

Mr. Richard Rennolds

Mr. Leo Renzette and Mrs. Mary Jane Renzette

Ms. Lily S. Richardson ’22

Mr. Warren Richardson and Mrs. Jenna Richardson

Mr. Charles J. Rimkus and Mrs. Ann T. Rimkus

Mr. Scott Roberts and Mrs. Kimberly Roberts

Mr. William H. Robinette and Mrs. Hanna A. Robinette

Mr. Harry Robinson and Mrs. Mary Ann Robinson

Mr. Scott Robinson and Mrs. Blanca Robinson

Dr. David Rogowski and Mrs. Mary Rogowski

Mr. Herman C. Rollandini and Mrs. Martha A. Rollandini

Mr. Thomas J. Russell and Mrs. Deneen M. Russell

Mr. Andrew Rutland and Ms. Sandra Archer

Mr. Steven Sampilo and Mrs. Allison Sampilo

Mr. Guy F. Sapienza and Mrs. Judith Sapienza

Mr. Fede Sarabia and Mrs. Emerita Sarabia

Mr. Luke R. Saylor ’24

Mr. Dylan S. Scanlon ’22

Mr. Thomas Scanlon and Mrs. Susan Scanlon

Mr. William E. Schinkel

Mr. Donald Scott and Mrs. Erin Scott Ms. Marilyn Scripko

Ms. Erica Selim ’24

Mr. Sherif Selim and Ms. Carole Shaddad

Mr. Anthony Serres and Mrs. Adriane Serres

Mr. Benjamin W. Shadley and Mrs. Tongyoo Shadley

Ms. Adrienne Shelton ’95

Ms. Julia Shervanick

Mr. William Simpkins and Mrs. Marcia Simpkins

Mr. Jeffrey S. Sims and Mrs. Jing Sims

Mr. Andrew W. Sincere ’88 and Mrs. Lisa M. Sincere ’95

Mr. John D. Skees and Mrs. Sara M. Skees

Mr. James G. Slater and Mrs. Kimberly Singleton-Slater

Mr. Brian Sloboda and Mrs. Sami Sloboda

SMG Consulting Services

Mr. Anthony Smith and Mrs. Lisa Smith

Mr. Richard L. Smith

Mr. Robert A. Soltis and Mrs. Anna M. Soltis

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Mr. Spyridon Sotirchos and Mrs. Susanne A. Sotirchos

Mr. Clayton Speakman

Mr. Peter Speros and Mrs. Jessica Speros

Mrs. Mabel Steele

Mr. Tom Stein and Mrs. Yolanda Stein

Mr. Richard Strasser and Mrs. Christine Strasser

Mr. Andrew Stratford and Mrs. Gina Stratford

Mr. Joseph W. Stuart

Ms. Esther B. Sullivan

Dr. Mary Sullivan-Haller

Mr. David Surh

Mr. Tyler S. Sutherland and Mrs. Lisa A. A. Sutherland

Mr. Richard F. Sweeney and Mrs. Richelle L. Sweeney

Mr. David Swisher and Mrs. Alanna Swisher

Mr. Vincent Talucci and Mrs. Michelle Talucci

Mr. Jack Taylor Mrs. Karen Taylor Mrs. Judi A. Teske

Mr. Bejoy Thomas and Ms. Bincy Baby

Ms. Cora L. Thomas ’20

Mrs. Donna Thomas ’94 and Mr. Cliff Thomas

Mr. David Thompson and Mrs. Julia H. Thompson

Mr. William Thompson and Mrs. Jane Thompson Mrs. Christine L. Thorsen

Ms. Nancy Tighe

Mr. Micheal Torrey and Mrs. Kara M. Torrey

Mr. George T. Tran and Ms. Pauline P. Vu

Mr. Robert Tranbarger and Mrs. Brenda Tranbarger Tri County Propellor Service, Inc. Mr. Paul Turner and Mrs. Sandy Turner

Mr. Matthew C. Underwood ’08 and Mrs. Ashley Underwood Mr. Donald Urbancic and Mrs. Ruth Urbancic

Mr. Michael Urgo and Mrs. Donna Davis-Urgo

Mr. Jeffrey L. Urlwin and Mrs. Kim H. Urlwin

Mr. Dario Valli and Mrs. Nina Valli

Mrs. Megan M. Vertino ’92 and Mr. Adrian J. Vertino Mr. Peter Vinton

Dr. Dang H. Vu

Mr. Kevin J. Wagner ’90 and Mrs. Jennifer Wagner

Ms. Carol Walker

Mr. Doug Wall

Ms. Frances J. Wallace

Mr. Kevin P. Walsh ’89 and Mrs. Carrie Walsh

Mr. Ainslie B. Walter and Mrs. Kathleen E. Walter

Mr. Jorge Walter and Mrs. Erin Walter

Mr. Robert Watson and Mrs. Jacqueline Watson

Live Jesus!

Mr. Andrew Webb and Mrs. Rixon Webb

Mr. James P. Weingart and Mrs. Mary E. Weingart

Mr. Karl Weisenberger and Mrs. Brenda Weisenberger Ms. Joanne Weisskopf

Mr. Robert Weitendorf and Mrs. Sandra Weitendorf Mr. Brendan C. Wells ’98

Mr. Christopher Wells and Mrs. Katie Wells

Mr. Philip Westhoff and Mrs. Wende Westhoff

Mr. Pierre T. Westhoff ’22

Mrs. Elissa L. White

Mr. Claude A. Whiting and Mrs. Lisa Whiting

Mr. Barry Wickersham and Mrs. Ann Wickersham

Mrs. Anne Marie Wiedemer

Mr. Patrick Wightman and Mrs. Tammy Wightman Mr. Kevin Williams

Mr. Craig S. Wingo and Mrs. Betty Lou Wingo

Mr. John T. Winkert and Mrs. Catherine A. Winkert

Mr. Patrick H. Winkert ’23

Mr. Thomas E. Wonder ’04 and Mrs. Colleen F. Kiley ’04

Dr. Joseph S. Wood and Dr. Diane Wood

Mr. Phillip J. Yanchulis and Mrs. Julie G. Yanchulis

Mr. Vladimir D. Zajic and Mrs. Etta K. Zajic

Mr. David M. Zivich and Mrs. Betty R. Zivich Mr. Darin A. Zywan and Mrs. Jennifer F. Zywan

Friends (up to $99)

Anonymous (1)

Mr. Christian Ackby ’86 Mrs. Lyn Adams Mr. Kevin Adamson ’22 Mr. Steven D. Adamson ’17

Mr. Jeffrey A. Akin and Mrs. Bonnie B. Akin

Ms. Margaret M. Alessi ’90 Mr. Sojan Alex and Ms. Swappna Abraham

Mr. Marco R. Alino ’00 and Mrs. Catherine Alino

Mrs. Alanna M. Almeda ’87 Mr. Edison P. Alvarez and Mrs. Jackie Alvarez

Mr. Carlos Angarita and Ms. Paula Botero-Paramo

Mr. John A. Anzalone ’87

Mr. Ed Aponte and Mrs. Dawn Aponte

Mrs. Raynelle Araque

Ms. Elizabeth Arens

Ms. Catherine R. Armstrong ’12 Ms. Marlaina M. Astorino ’12 Ms. Florinda Atup

Mr. Henry Avendano and Mrs. Tricia Avendano

Mr. Stanley Babbit and Mrs. Cecille G. Babbit

Mr. Christopher J. Bacon ’08 and Mrs. Katherine M. Bacon ’08

Mr. Richard Ball and Mrs. Leslie Ball

Mr. Andrew M. Balmaceda ’12

Ms. Hely Barnes

Mr. Robert D. Barnes and Mrs. Therese M. Barnes

Mr. William J. Barnes ’21 Mrs. Jill T. Bartko ’01 and Mr. Nicholas Bartko

Mr. Mark Baxter and Mrs. Suzanne Baxter

Ms. Meghann E. Beamer ’09

Mr. William J. Becker and Mrs. Anita S. Becker

Mr. Dan P. Bennett ’92 and Mrs. Melanie Bennett Mr. Tom Bennett

Mr. Kenneth J. Bentley and Mrs. Andrea G. Bentley

Mr. Robert Bergstrom and Ms. Linnette Toledo

Mr. Steven Bernstein and Mrs. Claudia S. Bernstein Mr. Francis Bertulfo and Mrs. Jasmin Bertulfo Mrs. Penelope Beuch Ms. Joyce Biesecker

Mr. Michael Binder and Mrs. Apryl Binder Mrs. Kerry Birch ’92 and Mr. Peter A. Birch Dr. Sandra Bishop Mr. Bennet M. Bolton and Mrs. Ona A. Bolton

Mr. Don Bowers and Mrs. Seung L. Lee-Bowers

Ms. Lauren Bowers ’24

Ms. Mischa R. Bowman ’25

Mr. Dennis Boyle and Mrs. Magal Boyle

Ms. Angela L. Bozik ’15

Ms. Mary Brandow

Bright Funds

Mrs. Jean N. Bross

Mr. Daniel Brown and Mrs. Kristina Brown

Mr. Howard Buchanan and Mrs. Michelle Buchanan

Mr. James L. Buchanan and Mrs. Nancy P. Buchanan

Mrs. Lisa Buchanan ’96 and Mr. Andrew Buchanan

Mr. Tim Bucher

Mrs. Melissa K. Buckner ’12 and Mr. Bryan Buckner

Mr. John Buckreis and Ms. Mary Carr

Mrs. Jane R. Burke ’87 and Mr. Michael Burke

Mrs. Theresa A. Burns ’86 and Mr. Theodore Burns

Mr. Sam Cain and Mrs. Julie Cain Mrs. Rosa Caldera

Deacon Richard Caporiccio and Mrs. Madeline Caporiccio

Mr. Brian Carruthers and Mrs. Haley Barbaro

Mr. Scott Cassidy ’86 and Mrs. Alison Carcieri-Cassidy

Ms. Mercedes F. Castro ’87

Mr. Brian J. Catts and Mrs. Mary F. Catts

Ms. Jennifer L. Chan ’19

Mr. Charles Chard and Mrs. Betty Jean Chard

Mr. Gary Chard

Mr. Randy Cho and Mrs. Seung Han Cho

Mr. Frank Ciavarro and Mrs. Susan Ciavarro

Mr. Pranas V. Ciziunas ’91 Ms. Darlene Clark

Mr. Robert S. Clark Jr. and Mrs. Theresa Clark Mrs. Susan M. Clark

Mr. Bob Cochran and Mrs. Anne Cochran

Mr. Ted Cochrane and Mrs. Mary Jane Cochrane

Mr. Jerry Coffey and Mrs. Dorothy Coffey

Ms. Pat Cole

Mr. Brian Compton and Mrs. Jennifer Compton

Ms. Leslie Corrigan

Mr. Berk P. Cotter ’86 and Mrs. Julie Cotter

Ms. Katherine A. Covino ’08 Mr. Michael W. Cresson

Ms. Meredith T. Cripe ’15

Ms. Addison L. Crofford ’25 Ms. Victoria Crofford ’23

Mr. Matthew B. Cumello and Mrs. Nita S. Cumello

Mr. George Cuneo

Ms. Catherine Curley

Ms. Christina M. d’Alelio ’12

Mr. Dennis Darling and Mrs. Carole Darling

Mr. Joe Darling and Mrs. Julia Darling

Mr. Spencer L. Darling ’20

Mr. John Darrow and Mrs. Megan Darrow

Ms. Marcy L. Dausch ’86 and Mr. Eryck Van Ryn

Colonel William A. Davidson and Mrs. Marie R. T. Davidson

Mrs. Dorothy Davis

Ms. Abigail L. Dawson ’10

Mr. Michael P. De Nigris and Mrs. Anna Maria De Nigris Mr. Paul R. Decareau

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Annual Report 2021-2022
The Vive Jesu Society has 268 members who enrich the PVI community by giving over $1,000 in a fiscal year.

Mr. Ted Delacourt and Mrs. Linda Delacourt

Mr. Brandon T. Dell ’07

Mr. Rob R. DeSilva ’07 and Mrs. Andrea DeSilva

Mr. Nicholas Diaz ’22

Mr. Marcello DiClemente and Mrs. Brenda DiClemente

Mr. Kevin Carolan Doerflinger ’07

Mr. Kenneth S. Dolan and Mrs. Katherine A. Dolan

Mr. Bryan Downey and Mrs. Julie Downey

Mr. William Doyle and Mrs. Mary Doyle

Mr. John Dranzo and Mrs. Marlene Dranzo

Mr. Sean E. Dunbar and Mrs. Debra L. Dunbar

Mrs. Margaret L. Dunn ’92 and Mr. Jonathan Dunn

Mr. Michael Effley and Mrs. Kathryn Effley

Mr. Michael Elliott

Mr. Steven Elliott Mrs. Wendy Elmore

Mr. Mark Elszy and Mrs. Maria Elszy Ms. Amanda A. Emerson ’17

Mrs. Jennifer L. Enochs ’87

Mr. Chukwudozie Enweze ’12

Mr. Vasily I. Epatko and Mrs. Mary Catherine Epatko

Ms. Christianne Erickson

Mr. Kenneth E. Eyerman and Mrs. Julie A. Eyerman

Ms. Molly E. Eyerman ’12

Mrs. Christine L. Facca ’86 and Mr. Thomas Facca

Mr. Tyson Faircloth and Mrs. Katie C. Faircloth

Mrs. Darby A. Falls ’87 and Mr. Erik Falls

Mr. Peter J. Fedyszen and Mrs. Michelle Fedyszen

Mr. Christopher Ferragamo and Mrs. Tara Ferragamo

Mr. Remigio P. Ferrara and Mrs. Joy N. Ferrara

Mr. Michael A. Ferraro and Mrs. Ann M. Ferraro

Ms. Emily M. Ferrier ’25

Ms. Briseis A. Ferrufino ’23

Mr. Eduardo Ferrufino and Ms. Delia Quiroz

Ms. Elizabeth C. Ferrufino ’25

Mr. Matthew E. Fihlman and Mrs. Ellen Fihlman

Ms. Samora D. Finney ’22

Mr. Phillip Fischer

Mrs. Marilyn H. Flinn

Ms. Alison Fram

Franklin Farm Froggers Swim Team

Mrs. Beth F. Fraser ’93 and Mr. Doug Fraser

Mr. Mark J. Freund

Mr. Roderick Gainer and Mrs. Linda Gainer

Mr. Andrew Galvan and Mrs. Elizabeth Galvan

Ms. Avery Gegg ’22

Mr. John Georges and Mrs. Jessie Georges

Mr. Alexander L. German ’12

Mr. Donald Gibson and Mrs. Linda Gibson Ms. Jean Gigliotti

Mr. Thomas E. Gillman and Mrs. Mary M. Gillman

Mr. Joshua E. Gilmore and Mrs. Alexandra Gilmore

Mr. Andrew Girard and Mrs. Jenifer Minke-Girard

Mr. Joseph D. Girard ’23

Mr. Gary Gleason and Mrs. Julie Gleason

Mrs. Karen L. Glorioso ’88

Mr. Chris Gohrband and Mrs. Natalie Gohrband

Mr. Ron Gosser and Mrs. Deborah Gosser Mrs. Linda Gott

Mr. Jurek Grabowski and Mrs. Alice Grabowski

Mr. John G. Grady and Mrs. Leigh A. Grady

Mr. Christopher P. Grauert ’92

Ms. Katie R. Green ’22

Mr. Bob Grepps and Mrs. Jule Grepps

Mr. James M. Grimes and Mrs. Susan E. Grimes

Mr. Daniel E. Grimm ’93 and Mrs. Gigi E. Grimm ’93

Mr. Richard Gurdak and Mrs. Meredith Gurdak Mrs. Donna J. Gustave

Mr. Roger Hahn and Mrs. Tay Hahn

Mr. Arthur Hale and Mrs. Patricia Hale

Mr. Thomas A. Kupiec and Mrs. Evelyn P. Hale-Kupiec

Ms. Elise I. Hall ’17

Mrs. Irene V. Hall ’87 and Mr. Troy W. Hall

Mrs. Allison M. Hamilton ’86 and Mr. George Hamilton

Ms. Emily G. Hamrick ’23

Mr. James J. Hanlon and Mrs. Dale L. Hanlon

Mr. William J. Harrigan and Mrs. Doreen J. Harrigan

Mr. Daniel Harris and Mrs. Peggy Harris

Master Sergeant John R. Hauser ’88

Mr. Patrick C. Hayden ’21

Mr. Rich A. Hayden and Mrs. Lynn F. Hayden Ms. Riley C. Hayden ’19

Mrs. Malia E. Hayes ’93 and Mr. Todd Hayes

Mr. Luke H. Heffernan ’02

Ms. Vicki A. Henderson ’86

Mrs. Anne Henry-Gross

Mr. Doug Hensley and Mrs. Vicky Hensley

Mr. Sean P. Herrity ’11

Mr. J. Thomas Hines and Mrs. Judith K. Hines

Mr. William A. Hingston and Mrs. Ruth Hingston

Mr. Thomas C. Hoffman ’92 and Mrs. Adrienne Hoffman Mrs. Gretchen D. Homan-Kuney ’87 Mr. Bill Hoofnagle III and Mrs. Mikal Hoofnagle

Mr. Charles Hoskins and Mrs. Barbara Hoskins

Mrs. Audrey L. Hubbard ’06 and Mr. Matthew S. Hubbard

Mrs. Catherine M. Hubbard ’07 and Mr. Mark Hubbard

Mrs. Charlotte Humphrey

Mr. Craig Hunter and Mrs. Carolyn Hunter

Mr. Michael S. Hunter and Mrs. Kathleen M. Hunter

Mr. Paul A. Hunter and Mrs. Andrea L. Hunter

Mrs. Jean Hutnyan

Mr. John J. Hyland and Mrs. Sandra S. Hyland

Mrs. Tara A. Irons ’88 and Mr. Gordon Irons

Mr. Iskender Iskenderoglu and Ms. Tamara De Nigris

Mr. Pete Johnson and Mrs. Eileen Johnson

Mr. James E. Jones and Mrs. Diana M. Jones

Mrs. Jennifer Jones ’87 and Mr. Colin Jones Mrs. Marisa Jones

Jones Lang LaSalle

Mr. Devin P. Kammerdeiner ’12 and Mrs. Lauren Kammerdeiner

Mr. Lucian T. Kapushoc ’21 Ms. Natalie C. Kapushoc ’24

Mr. Michael J. Keenan and Mrs. Elizabeth S. Keenan

Mr. Walter J. Kehres and Mrs. Phyllis Kehres

Mr. Frank Kelleher and Mrs. Anna Kelleher

Mr. Diego Keller and Ms. Barbara Spiegel Mrs. Dee Kemp

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Mr. Jim B. Kenney ’87 and Mrs. Jennifer Kenney

Mr. Kevin E. Kiley ’99

Ms. Courtney Kline ’88

Mr. Jonathan F. Kloc ’88 and Mrs. Christy Kloc ’87

Mr. Cheiho H. Ko ’92

Mr. Roger Kramp and Mrs. Marilyn Kramp

Ms. Kelsie A. Kreitler ’12

Mr. Dennis Krissik and Mrs. Patricia Krissik

Mr. Ken Kuberski and Mrs. Carrie Kuberski

Mr. Charles M. Kuyk and Mrs. Laurie Kuyk

Mr. Carlos F. Lama

Mr. Alexander J. Lamb ’19

Mr. John H. Lamb and Mrs. Sharon B. Lamb

Mr. Apolonio Latar

Mr. Peter J. Lattanze and Mrs. Theresa A. Lattanze

Mr. Robert Lauby and Mrs. Anne Lauby

Mr. David P. Lawlor and Mrs. Ysa Lawlor

Mr. Dylan Lawlor

Mrs. Nancy M. Lear ’86 and Mr. Tim Lear

Mr. Brian M. Leary ’92

Mr. William A. Leslie and Mrs. Brandy Leslie

Mr. Caleb A. Lineberry ’23

Ms. Melea E. Lineberry ’20

Mr. Daniel A. Lobos ’23

Mr. Harold Lobos and Mrs. Carmen Lobos

Mr. Louis Lonetto and Mrs. Kathleen Lonetto

Mr. Bennett D. Love ’21

Mr. Brian Love and Mrs. Amye Love Mr. Michael D. Lukacs ’92

Mrs. Lisa Macey

Mr. Dante Magat and Mrs. Vivian Magat

Mr. Brian Maguire and Mrs. Kim Maguire

Mr. Eric J. Malloy ’12

Mr. Michael J. Malpeli and Mrs. Kendrick E. Malpeli

Mr. Frank Maresca and Mrs. Carol Maresca

Mr. Frank P. Maresca ’87 and Mrs. Carol Maresca

Marriott International, Inc.

Ms. Diana Marshall

Mr. Ron Martel and Mrs. Eileen Martel

Ms. Elsa Martinez

Mr. Carl Massarini and Mrs. Judith A. Massarini

Mr. Justin P. Masterson ’23

Mr. Patrick Masterson and Mrs. Tara Masterson

Mr. Sean M. May ’12

Mr. Gerald T. McAllister and Mrs. Elizabeth H. McAllister

Ms. Kristine McAndrew

Mr. David McCarey and Mrs. Jennifer M. McCarey

Mrs. Peggy A. McCarthy ’88 and Mr. Kieran McCarthy

Ms. Patricia McCoy

Mr. Liam C. McDonnell ’17

Mr. James McDonough and Mrs. Maureen McDonough

Ms. Darcy McFarlane ’23

Mr. Denis J. McFarlane and Mrs. Kathleen M. McFarlane

Mr. James McGinn and Mrs. Kelly L. McGinn

Mr. Nathan M. McGinn ’24

Mrs. Helen F. McGuire

Mr. William McKinney and Mrs. Carrie McKinney

Mr. David W. McLaughlin and Mrs. Eileen O. McLaughlin

Mr. Terry McNamara

Mr. Victor A. McNeal III

Mr. Herman W. McNeely and Mrs. Delcie H. McNeely

Ms. Emily R. Mead ’21

Mr. Gerald Mead

Mr. William Mead and Mrs. Jennifer S. Mead

Mr. David Miller and Mrs. Susan Miller

Mr. Reavey Milton

Mr. Domenick Mingione

Mr. Jim Mittica

Mr. Gene Moehring and Mrs. Cathy Moehring

Mr. Raymond Muench and Mrs. Joyce P. Muench

Mr. Jaden M. Mullins ’22

Mr. Larry Mullins and Mrs. Kimberly O’Donnell

Mr. Larry Murphy and Mrs. Eileen Murphy

Mr. Brian C. Murray ’92

Ms. Mackenzie E. Myers ’22

Mr. Tien Nguyen and Mrs. Monina Nguyen

Ms. Frances C. Noory ’22

Ms. Meghan M. Nuttall ’21

Mr. Christopher R. O’Brien

Ms. Olivia T. O’Connell ’22

Ms. Meghan O’Connor

Mr. Bayo S. Oduolowu ’92

Mr. John A. O’Neill and Mrs. Sharon A. O’Neill

Mr. Carlos H. Ortega and Ms. Alicia J. Palmer

Mr. Sam M. Ottariano ’22 Mrs. Lorraine Owen

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Mr. John T. Paganelli ’87 and Mrs. Margaret Paganelli

Mr. Augustus J. Palaza and Mrs. Erica B. Palaza

Ms. Lisa M. Pearce

Mrs. Kari S. Pecha

Mr. Anthony Peek ’02 and Mrs. Jennifer Peek

Mr. Gerald D. Pelano and Mrs. Pamela A. Pelano

Mr. Joseph Peluso and Mrs. Pauline Peluso

Mr. Neil Penney and Mrs. Kathryn Penney

Mr. Kenneth P. Peretin and Mrs. Pam K. Peretin

Mrs. Meredith C. Perkins ’89 and Mr. Will Perkins

Mr. John L. Perry and Mrs. Tracy A. Perry

Mr. Richie H. Peterson ’86 and Mrs. Leanne Peterson

The Pew Charitable Trusts Ms. Maria Pike

Ms. Erin Pilch ’95

Mr. Joe Pisano and Mrs. Carla Pisano

Mr. Michael J. Pius ’02 and Mrs. Marie R. Pius ’02

Mr. Ronald T. Deluca Pod Mrs. Shannon Pohorence Mrs. Stacey Pollard

Ms. Sara Prince

Mr. Keith W. Principe ’86 and Ms. Margret Sibilla

Mr. Ronald Provencher

Mrs. Patricia A. Purpura

Mrs. Katrina M. Purtell ’97 and Mr. Peter Purtell

Mr. Mark Quarry and Mrs. Melissa Quarry

Ms. Arsah Rahman ’12

Mr. Patrick Rainville and Mrs. Catherine Rainville Mrs. Mariellen K. Ralston Hale ’02

Ms. Eliana C. L. Ramirez ’21

Mr. L. Jaime Ramírez and Mrs. Betty Ramírez

Mr. Sergio J. Ramírez and Mrs. Tracey J. A. Lewis-Ramirez

Ms. Diane Ramsey

Mr. Pete M. Raphael ’87 and Mrs. Erin Raphael

Mr. Richard C. Raphael ’87

Mr. Charles J. Rayome ’06 and Mrs. Katherine A. Rayome ’06

Ms. Alexandra F. Reback ’25

Ms. Elizabeth M. Reback ’25

Mr. Patrick E. Reddan and Mrs. Donna Reddan

Mrs. Mary M. Reddy

Ms. Lori Reed

Mrs. Marcia Reidy

Mrs. Janet M. Reiter

Mr. Steve Revor and Mrs. Janet Revor

Mrs. Mickey H. Reyes ’07 and Mr. Michael Reyes

Ms. Jayne M. Rhodes ’86 and Mr. Bobby Rhodes

Mr. Robert Richardson

Mrs. Maura E. Rickman ’86 and Mr. Michael Rickman

Mr. Roderick C. Rionda and Mrs. Marilyn R. Rionda

Mr. Paul Roberts and Mrs. Carolyn Roberts

Mr. George Robertson and Mrs. Patricia Robertson

Mr. Darrin Rogers and Mrs. Jodi C. Rogers

Mr. Chris Roller and Mrs. Tina Roller Mr. Grant T. Romero ’22

Mr. Craig A. Rommelmeyer and Mrs. Deirdre Rommelmeyer

Mrs. Mari N. A. Roquiz ’02 and Mr. Michael Roquiz

Mr. Michael Roussey and Mrs. Christine Roussey

Mr. David Rupp

Ms. Margaret Rush

Mr. Thomas Rush and Mrs. Abby Rush

Mr. Kevin P. Schneider and Mrs. Elinor Schneider

Mr. Randall M. Schrock and Mrs. Amy Schrock

Mrs. Fran M. Scully ’86 and Mr. Drew Scully

Mr. Ian Shenk and Mrs. Joanne Shenk

Mr. Jeffrey T. Sheridan ’24

Mr. Joe M. Sherman ’07

Mr. Steven F. Shervanick and Mrs. Paula E. Shervanick

Ms. Kristin R. Siebenaler ’88 and Mr. Rob Van Arnam

Mrs. Monica Siengo

Mr. Stephen Skrapits and Mrs. Heidi Skrapits

Mrs. Stacy Slater

Mr. Brian M. Sloboda and Mrs. Karen S. Sloboda

Mr. Richard R. Slucher and Mrs. Elizabeth F. Slucher Mr. Tyler Smith ’22

Mr. Tyler Smith and Mrs. Amy Smith

Mr. Mark Smythers and Mrs. Christy Esposito-Smythers Mr. Chris Speakman

Ms. Sheila S. Sprague

Mr. Tom Sroka and Mrs. Karen L. Sroka

Mrs. Mary R. Strenko ’86

Mr. Scott D. Strider and Mrs. Linda E. Strider Mr. Paul C. Sullivan and Mrs. Margaret A. Sullivan

Mr. Terence Sweeney and Mrs. Jessica Sweeney

Mr. Neal E. Swientisky and Mrs. Donna Z. Swientisky

Mr. Joe Tashjian and Mrs. Aida Tashjian

Mr. Gareth Thompson T-Mobile

Mrs. Pam Tobin

Mr. Joseph M. Turchiarolo and Mrs. Kendra K. Turchiarolo

Mr. Pedro F. Valdes and Mrs. Ana M. Aldana Mrs. Amy VanZuiden

Ms. Juliet A. Vas

Mr. Garin Vecchio and Mrs. Tricia Vecchio

Mr. Ed Virusky and Mrs. Cynthia Virusky

Mr. Ngoc A. Vu and Mrs. Duy T. Cao Mr. Thi Ngoc Diep Vu and Mrs. Khai Vu

Deacon John A. Wagner and Mrs. Joyce Wagner

Mr. James Ward and Mrs. Pamela Ward

Mr. Thomas P. Ward ’88

Mr. Marcus Washington and Mrs. Cynthia Washington

Mr. Leo P. Wells and Mrs. Christine V. Wells

Mr. Jim Wells and Mrs. Patsy Wells

Mr. James W. West and Mrs. Vivian A. Bagares-West

Mr. David Westrate and Mrs. Barbara Westrate

Mr. John Wheatley and Mrs. Elizabeth Wheatley

Ms. Mary Kate Wiedemer ’12

Mr. Jay S. Willer and Mrs. Cynthia A. Willer

Mr. Mark J. Woodfine ’86 and Mrs. Teresa Woodfine

Mr. Robert S. Workman

Mr. Brian D. Wright and Mrs. Michelle L. Wright

Mr. ZiSui Wu and Mrs. Michelle Wu

Alumni Donors

Anonymous (1)

Mr. Christian Ackby ’86

Mr. Daniel E. Adamson ’90

Mr. Kevin Adamson ’22 Mr. Steven D. Adamson ’17 Ms. Margaret M. Alessi ’90 Mr. Marco R. Alino ’00 Mrs. Alanna M. Almeda ’87 Ms. Vivian N. Alonso ’03

Ms. Sofia M. Anastacio ’22 Ms. Kate M. Andreottola ’94 Mr. John A. Anzalone ’87

Ms. Catherine R. Armstrong ’12 Ms. Caroline M. Ashe ’91

Ms. Marlaina M. Astorino ’12 Mrs. Cecille G. Babbit ’93

Mr. Christopher J. Bacon ’08

Mrs. Katherine M. Bacon ’08

Mr. Andrew M. Balmaceda ’12

Reverend Nicholas R. Barnes ’03

Mr. William J. Barnes ’21

Mrs. Sheila C. Barnett ’03

Mrs. Caroline J. Barrett ’14

Lieutenant Joseph C. Barrett ’13

Dr. Mary J. Barron ’95

Mrs. Jill T. Bartko ’01

Ms. Meghann E. Beamer ’09

Mr. Dan P. Bennett ’92

Mr. Jesse Birch ’95

Mrs. Kerry Birch ’92

Ms. Ellen M. Bower ’06

Ms. Angela L. Bozik ’15

Mrs. Meg G. Brinker ’93

Ms. Breda F. Brosey ’22

Mr. Daniel L. Brosnan ’05

Mr. Timothy J. Brown ’87

Mr. Jeffrey A. Bucaro ’87

Mrs. Lisa Buchanan ’96

Mrs. Melissa K. Buckner ’12

Mr. Daniel Burger ’96

Mrs. Kristin L. Burger ’99

Mrs. Jane R. Burke ’87

Mr. Ian P. Burns ’91

Mrs. Theresa A. Burns ’86

Mr. Hugh M. Cannon ’95

Mr. Timothy J. Caputy ’08

Mr. Scott Cassidy ’86

Ms. Mercedes F. Castro ’87

Ms. Jennifer L. Chan ’19

Ms. Trinity Cheatham ’22

Ms. Lilly I. Chuecos ’97

Mr. Michael J. Ciatti ’88

Mr. Pranas V. Ciziunas ’91

Mr. Brennan M. Colby ’22

Mr. Daniel R. Colwell ’05

Mr. Ryan W. Colwell ’97

Mrs. Laurie A. Combs ’86

Mrs. Jennifer L. Conroy ’90

Mrs. Casey K. Costello ’07

Mr. Zachary M. Costello ’07

Mr. Berk P. Cotter ’86

Mrs. Erin E. Covington ’94

Ms. Katherine A. Covino ’08

Ms. Meredith T. Cripe ’15

LEGACY FAMILIES

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ANNUAL REPORT
their
The
Alumni
where
There
(students
(alumni who send
children to PVI) •
first legacy family student graduated in 2003. •
have sent 129 children to PVI. 5 of these families were PVI “Power Couples”
both parents were alumni. •
are 71 legacy students this school year
who had one or both parents attend PVI).

“PVI has pushed me to discover just who God is calling me to be. Whether it's intellectually, through my fabulous teachers; spiritually, through Campus Ministry; or socially, through service projects, leadership, and extremely fun events, every moment at PVI has cultivated the beautiful things in my life, providing an environment for me to grow”

Anastasia Leffas '22

Mr. John A. Crowley ’87

Mrs. Eileen K. Curren ’98

Mr. Lorenzo D’Agostino ’09

Ms. Christina M. d’Alelio ’12

Mrs. Diana H. D’Alessandro ’03

Mr. Spencer L. Darling ’20

Ms. Marcy L. Dausch ’86

Mr. Peter Davey ’95

Ms. Laine F. Davison ’17

Ms. Abigail L. Dawson ’10

Mr. Brandon T. Dell ’07

Mr. Rob R. DeSilva ’07

Mr. Nicholas Diaz ’22

Mrs. Deanna L. DiGiovanna ’86

Mr. Kevin Carolan Doerflinger ’07

Mrs. Erin N. Driscoll ’93

Mrs. Kerry A. Drummond ’92

Mr. David C. Duncan ’89

Mrs. MaryLynne Duncan ’89

Mrs. Margaret L. Dunn ’92

Ms. Amanda A. Emerson ’17

Mrs. Jennifer L. Enochs ’87

Mr. Chukwudozie Enweze ’12

Mr. Daniel J. Evans ’99

Ms. Molly E. Eyerman ’12

Mrs. Christine L. Facca ’86

Mrs. Darby A. Falls ’87

Ms. Samora D. Finney ’22

Mr. Kirk R. Fox ’89

Mrs. Beth F. Fraser ’93

Mr. Mark L. Fulchino ’86

Ms. Avery Gegg ’22

Mr. Alexander L. German ’12

Mr. Christopher J. Giaimo Jr. ’87

Mrs. Kimberly A. Giaimo ’87

Mr. Sean M. Gibbons ’87

Mrs. Bernice M. Gillespie ’86

Mr. Brandon L. Girmus ’09

Mrs. Karen L. Glorioso ’88

Mrs. Nicole E. Gozzi ’97

Mr. Mark P. Graham ’90

Mr. Christopher P. Grauert ’92

Ms. Katie R. Green ’22

Mr. Daniel E. Grimm ’93

Mrs. Gigi E. Grimm ’93

Mrs. Mariellen K. Ralston Hale ’02

Ms. Elise I. Hall ’17

Mrs. Irene V. Hall ’87

Mrs. Ann M. Hallett ’08

Ms. Mary P. Hamburger ’02

Mrs. Allison M. Hamilton ’86

Mrs. Mary A. Hamrick ’86

Mr. Brian C. Harper ’88

Master Sergeant John R. Hauser III ’88

Mr. Patrick C. Hayden ’21

Ms. Riley C. Hayden ’19

Mrs. Malia E. Hayes ’93

Ms. Charlene Hebert ’86

Mr. Luke H. Heffernan ’02 Ms. Vicki A. Henderson ’86 Mr. Sean P. Herrity ’11

Mr. Adam D. Hill ’21

Ms. Mary E. Hitchcock ’22

Mr. Thomas C. Hoffman ’92 Mr. Christopher D. Hogan ’99

Mrs. Gretchen D. Homan-Kuney ’87 Mrs. Caroline H. Honzo ’98

Ms. Kathryn M. Hovey ’98 Mrs. Audrey L. Hubbard ’06 Mrs. Catherine M. Hubbard ’07 Mrs. Tara A. Irons ’88

Mr. Bryan Jackson ’96 Mrs. Jennifer Jones ’87 Mr. Devin P. Kammerdeiner ’12 Mr. Lucian T. Kapushoc ’21 Mrs. Jennifer Keating ’92 Mr. Jim B. Kenney ’87 Mrs. Colleen F. Kiley ’04

Mr. Kevin E. Kiley ’99 Ms. Maureen M. Kiley ’99 Mr. Michael Kilkeary ’93 Mrs. Mary Kimble ’96 Mrs. Genevieve Kirk ’94 Ms. Courtney Kline ’88 Mrs. Christy Kloc ’87 Mr. Jonathan F. Kloc ’88 Mrs. Tarcela A. Knight ’99 Mr. Cheiho H. Ko ’92 Ms. Jennifer R. Kowalski ’89 Ms. Kelsie A. Kreitler ’12

Lieutenant Colonel Jamie R. Kyte ’92 Mr. Alexander J. Lamb ’19 Ms. Alexandra J. LaRiviere ’10 Mrs. Nancy M. Lear ’86 Mr. Brian M. Leary ’92 Ms. Penelope Li ’18 Mrs. Lissett Lineberry ’95 Ms. Melea E. Lineberry ’20 Mr. Bennett D. Love ’21 Mr. Michael D. Lukacs ’92

Mr. John P. Maguire ’88

Mr. Eric J. Malloy Jr. ’12 Mrs. Amy M. Malouf ’06 Mr. Frank P. Maresca ’87 Mr. David Marshalonis ’91

Mr. Michael H. Maslowsky ’05

Mrs. Megan E. Maso ’94 Mr. Sean M. May ’12

Ms. Michele M. McAllister ’87 Mrs. Peggy McCarthy ’88

Mr. Liam C. McDonnell ’17

Mr. Sean P. McGlone ’88

Mr. Michael F. McMenamin ’08

Ms. Emily R. Mead ’21

Mrs. Therese C. Menezes ’97

Mr. Christopher D. Miller ’04

Mr. Brett L. Moore ’06

Mrs. Tracy Morris Li ’95

Mr. Matt L. Mosqueda ’88

Mr. Brendan M. Muha ’12

Mr. Jaden M. Mullins ’22

Mr. Kevin C. Murphy ’00

Mr. Brian C. Murray ’92

Mr. Dominic A. Mustachio ’21 Mr. Kenneth A. Myers III ’87

Ms. Mackenzie E. Myers ’22

Ms. Frances C. Noory ’22

Mrs. Anne K. Nuttall ’88

Ms. Meghan M. Nuttall ’21

Mr. Davis R. O’Brien ’05

Ms. Olivia T. O’Connell ’22

Mr. Bayo S. Oduolowu ’92

Mr. Rory L. O’Neil ’02

Dr. Thomas Opfer ’96

Ms. Patricia M. Orfini ’03

Mr. Sam M. Ottariano ’22

Mr. John T. Paganelli ’87

Mr. Anthony Peek ’02

Mrs. Meredith C. Perkins ’89

Mr. Richard H. Peterson 1986

Ms. Erin Pilch ’95

Mrs. Marie R. Pius ’02

Mr. Michael J. Pius ’02

Mr. Keith W. Principe ’86 Mrs. Katrina M. Purtell ’97

Mrs. Marymai M. Quaglia ’92 Ms. Arsah Rahman ’12

Mrs. Allison M. Opfer Ramirez ’03

Ms. Eliana C. L. Ramirez ’21 Mr. Pete M. Raphael ’87

Mr. Richard C. Raphael ’87

Mr. Charles J. Rayome ’06 Mrs. Katherine A. Rayome ’06 Mr. Patrick E. Reddan II ’88

Mrs. Emily J. Reid ’98

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Revor ’90 Mrs. Mickey H. Reyes ’07

Mrs. Betsy Rhodes ’96

Ms. Jayne M. Rhodes ’86

Mr. Charlie F. Riceman ’87

Ms. Lily S. Richardson ’22

Mrs. Maura E. Rickman ’86

Mr. Grant T. Romero ’22

Mrs. Mari Noelle A. Roquiz ’02

Mr. William E. Rouck ’89

Mr. Jason R. Rutherford ’92

Mr. Ryan C. Ryckeley ’22

Mr. Jamie Saylor ’89

Mr. Dylan S. Scanlon ’22

Mrs. Fran M. Scully ’86

Ms. Ann M. Shanley ’21

Mr. Michael T. Shanley ’21

Ms. Adrienne Shelton ’95

Mr. Joe M. Sherman ’07

Ms. Kristin R. Siebenaler ’88

Mr. Andrew W. Sincere ’88

Mrs. Lisa M. Sincere ’95

Mr. Tyler Smith ’22

Mrs. Mary R. Strenko ’86

Mr. Brandon E. Terpolilli ’02

Ms. Cora L. Thomas ’20

Mrs. Donna Thomas ’94

Mrs. Katherine A. Thompson ’89

Mrs. Katie E. Tinsley ’02

Mrs. Kara M. Torrey ’95

Mr. Matthew C. Underwood ’08

Mrs. Megan M. Vertino ’92

Mr. Kevin J. Wagner ’90

Mr. Kevin P. Walsh ’89

Mr. Thomas P. Ward ’88

Mrs. Danielle M. MacDonald

Wateridge ’02

Mr. Brendan C. Wells ’98

Mr. Pierre T. Westhoff ’22

Mr. Christopher B. White ’86

Ms. Mary Kate Wiedemer ’12

Ms. Alysha K. Wiegand ’05

Mr. Gregory A. Wiegand ’08

Ms. Grace H. Wilberding ’22

Mr. Thomas E. Wonder ’04

Mr. Mark J. Woodfine ’86

Mr. Dan F. Woodley ’98

Mr. Bernard F. Woolfley ’86

Mr. Antonio C. Zang ’86

Mrs. Marissa T. Zures ’98

Corporations and Organizations

AmazonSmile Foundation

Anita’s ‘New Mexico Style’ Mexican Food

ANSER Automatic Films

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

BMW of Fairfax Boeing Company

Bright Funds

Brightview Landscape Services, Inc.

Capital One Services

Carney Foundation

Carroll & Nuttall, P.C.

Catholic Diocese of Arlington

Chantilly Auto Care Center LLC

Chariots for Hire

Charles Schwartz & Son

Clarke-Hook Foundation

Claude Moore Charitable Foundation

Community Foundation of Northern Virginia

Computerware, Inc.

Consumer Insights Group (CIG)

Dad’s Towing Service

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ExxonMobil CorporationEducational Alliance Program

Fair Oaks Motors

Fannie Mae

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation

Flynn O’Hara Uniforms, Inc.

Four, Inc.

Franklin Farm Froggers Swim Team

Freddie Mac Foundation Givinga Foundation

Hope Faster Foundation

John Moriarty & Associates of Virginia, LLC

Johnson & Johnson Foundation Jones Lang LaSalle Joseph W. Stuart, PLC

Jostens

Kimberly-Clark Corporation

Knights of Columbus Fr. Vincent Sikora Council #7992

Kuma Foundation

Marriott International, Inc.

The Mullholland Charitable Fund

Nino R. Vaghi Foundation Inc.

Northern Virginia Orthodontics

Northrop Grumman Employee Political Action Committee

Northrop Grumman Foundation

Ourisman Chantilly Toyota

Ourisman Fairfax Toyota Partners in Mission Petroleum Marketing Group

The Pew Charitable Trusts

Porto Charities Inc.

SAP National Security Services Schwab Charitable Fund SeKON Enterprise, Inc. SMG Consulting Services

The Stacy Rodgers Team LLC

TJ Distributors, Inc.

T-Mobile

Tony’s NY Pizza

United Way of Greater Atlanta United Way of the National Capital Area

Verizon Foundation Visa, Inc.

VMWare Foundation Whiting-Turner

Youth Apostles Zeta Associates

Gift-In-Kind Donors

Charles Schwartz & Son

Colonel Ronald E. Cheatham and Mrs. Darlene H. Cheatham Mr. Sean E. Dunbar and Mrs. Debra L. Dunbar

Dr. Thomas J. Green and Dr. Elizabeth G. Green Mrs. Mary A. Hamrick ’86 and Mr. Paul L. Hamrick Mr. Thomas Horan and Mrs. Catherine Horan Jostens

Mrs. Lissett Lineberry ’95 and Mr. Mark D. Lineberry

Mr. Kevin S. Mitchell and Mrs. Jenny Mitchell Mr. John C. Neubauer and Mrs. Cathy L. Neubauer

Mr. Kenneth P. Peretin and Mrs. Pam K. Peretin

Mr. Joe Tashjian and Mrs. Aida Tashjian Mr. Steven B. Trax and Mrs. Jennifer D. Trax

Faculty/Staff Donors

Mrs. Patricia K. Adams Mrs. Ana M. Aldana Ms. Celeste Anderson Ms. Kate M. Andreottola ’94 Dr. Mary J. Barron ’95 Mr. Scott A. Bennett Ms. Ellen M. Bower ’06 Mrs. Debora Bozik

Mrs. Anne Marie Brandow Mrs. Margaret G. Brinker ’93 Mr. Thomas J. Burkat Mrs. Jane R. Burke ’87 Mrs. Kiersten J. Caputy Mr. Raymond R. Cassidy Mrs. Susan Ciavarro Mrs. Virginia D. Colwell

Mr. Michael W. Cresson

Ms. Meredith T. Cripe ’15

Mr. Greg H. Crofford Mrs. Eileen K. Curren ’98 Mrs. Kathy S. d’Alelio

Mrs. Amanda Darvill Mrs. Christina Desmarais

Mrs. Maria A. Devlin

Mr. William H. Emerson Mrs. Julie A. Eyerman Mrs. Katie C. Faircloth

Mrs. Tracy A. Fentress

Mrs. Elizabeth Ferrufino Mrs. Ellen Fihlman

Mrs. Roberta A. Fisher Ms. Constance Gatto Mrs. Mary M. Gillman Mrs. Linda Gott Mrs. Allison M. Granstedt Mrs. Gigi E. Grimm ’93 Mrs. Mary A. Hamrick ’86 Mrs. Eileen Hanley Mrs. Cindi Harkes Mrs. Eileen Johnson Mrs. Kelly Karas Mr. Greg Knowles Mrs. Joyce E. Krolicki Mrs. Laura M. Kruczkowski Mr. Ken Kuberski

Mr. Apolonio Latar

Mrs. Kathleen Leffas Mrs. Loretta E. Madelmayer Mrs. Lissett Lineberry ’95 Mrs. Annmarie Mandarino Mrs. Anne K. Nuttall ’88

Mr. Christopher R. O’Brien Mrs. Beth O’Connell Ms. Meghan O’Connor Mr. Fernando Olivencia Dr. Thomas Opfer ’96 Mrs. Meredith C. Perkins ’89 Mrs. Jennifer Petraitis Mrs. Renee T. Pisani Mrs. Michelle T. Pochick Ms. Sara Prince Mrs. Elizabeth M. Revor ’90 Mrs. Betsy Rhodes ’96 Mrs. Tina Roller Dr. Patrick J. Rozmajzl Mrs. Emerita Sarabia Mr. Joseph Sebastian Mrs. Jan B. Siegfried Mrs. Sami Sloboda Mrs. Allison Smith Mrs. Anne M. Sullivan

Dr. Mary Sullivan-Haller

Mr. Christopher Summers Mrs. Laura Swenson Mrs. Katie E. Tinsley ’02 Mrs. Kim H. Urlwin

Mrs. Nina Valli

Mrs. Joan M. Wang

Mrs. Pamela Ward

Dr. Peg D. Weimer

Mrs. Lisa Whiting Mrs. Julie G. Yanchulis

Mrs. Linda Zanelotti Mrs. Irene M. Zaso

Campaign Donors

Anonymous (2)

Mr. Edward S. Adams and Mrs. Patricia K. Adams

Mr. Leopoldo Alonso and Mrs. Beatriz G. Alonso

Mr. John J. Andrejko and Mrs. Beverly L. Andrejko Ms. Kate M. Andreottola ’94 Mr. Keith Ardinger

Automatic Films

Mr. Mark R. Baker and Mrs. Araceli S. Baker

Mr. Dan Barlow and Mrs. Alisa R. Barlow

Mr. Joseph Barrett

Mr. John Bastek and Mrs. Susan Bastek

Ms. Meghann E. Beamer ’09

Mr. Donald W. Bohn and Mrs. Mary Jo Bohn

Mr. John Boone

Mr. Steven J. Bozik and Mrs. Debora Bozik

Ms. Dorothea A. Brady

Mr. Charles E. Brewer and Mrs. Helen Brewer

Mr. Tim Bucher

Mr. Sam Cain and Mrs. Julie Cain

Mr. Vincent W. Caputy and Mrs. Theresa L. Caputy

Dr. Zach Casagrande and Mrs. Gena Casagrande

Mr. Alfred Cavuto and Mrs. Mary Ellen G. Lennon

Mr. Robert M. Chadwick and Mrs. Alejandra Chadwick

Colonel Ronald E. Cheatham and Mrs. Darlene H. Cheatham

Mr. Frank Chellino

Ms. Lilly I. Chuecos ’97

Mr. Stephen Churchill

Mr. Michael J. Ciatti ’88 and Mrs. Julie Ciatti

Mr. Frank Ciavarro and Mrs. Susan Ciavarro

Mr. Frank Clarke Jr.

Claude Moore Charitable Foundation

Mr. Charles Clavelli and Mrs. Melissa Clavelli

Mr. Ted Cochrane and Mrs. Mary Jane Cochrane

Mr. John Coleman and Mrs. Carol Coleman

The Honorable William Colwell and Mrs. Virginia D. Colwell

Community Foundation of Northern Virginia

Mr. Michael G. Connors and Mrs. Cindy S. Connors

Mr. James F. Corcoran and Mrs. Catherine Corcoran

Mr. John Costanzo

Mr. Allen Cox and Mrs. Marie Cox

Mr. James F. Cox and Mrs. Anne K. Cox

Mr. John A. Crowley ’87 and Mrs. Melissa Crowley

Mr. Jack G. Cunningham and Mrs. Kelly K. Cunningham

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Mrs. Eileen K. Curren ’98 and Mr. Stephen Curren

Mr. Geoffrey S. d’Alelio and Mrs. Kathy S. d’Alelio

Mrs. Diana H. D’Alessandro ’03 and Mr. Jon D’Alessandro

Dr. Edward A. Dauer and Mrs. Joanne Dauer

Mr. Luke David Mr. Steven Derr

Mr. Carl Desmarais and Mrs. Christina Desmarais

Mr. William B. Dickson and Mrs. Mary Ellen Dickson

Mrs. Deanna L. DiGiovanna ’86

The Honorable Thomas DiGirolamo and Mrs. Jane DiGirolamo

Mr. Donald Ditko and Mrs. Amy Ditko Mrs. Kerry A. Drummond ’92 and Mr. Daniel F. Drummond Mr. Brian Eckert

Mr. Gary Eisner and Mrs. Jennifer Eisner

Mrs. Wendy Elmore Mr. Jeffrey E. Erhardt and Mrs. Sheila G. Erhardt

Mr. Kenneth E. Eyerman and Mrs. Julie A. Eyerman

Mrs. Christine L. Facca ’86 and Mr. Thomas Facca

Mr. Remigio P. Ferrara and Mrs. Joy N. Ferrara

Mr. Richard Fiano and Mrs. Kathryn Fiano

Mr. Matthew E. Fihlman and Mrs. Ellen Fihlman

Mr. Richard H. Fink and Mrs. Mary H. Fink Mrs. Roberta A. Fisher

Mr. Patrick Flaherty Mr. Kirk R. Fox ’89 and Mrs. Christine Fox

Leaving a Legacy

Planned gifts help ensure that future generations will be able to benefit from the unique strengths of a Paul VI education. There are many ways to support St. Paul VI Catholic High School in your estate plans, while receiving tax benefits for yourself and your family. We can help you craft a designation to best meet your needs. Please contact the Advancement Office at advancement@paulvi.net or call 703-352-0925 if you would like more information.

Freddie Mac Foundation

Mr. David Frucht and Ms. Alexia Gospodinoff

Mr. Mark L. Fulchino ’86 and Mrs. Aimee Fulchino

Ms. Ling Gao

Mr. Matthew W. Garber and Mrs. Christina S. Garber

Mr. Walter H. Gardiner Mrs. Molly Garrett Mrs. Bernice M. Gillespie ’86 and Mr. Daniel Gillespie Mr. James Giunchi and Mrs. Krista Giunchi

Mr. Alexander Gourley Mr. Norman Grimm Mrs. Mary A. Hamrick ’86 and Mr. Paul L. Hamrick

Dr. Michael S. Han and Mrs. Jennifer Han

Mr. William Hanley and Mrs. Eileen Hanley

Mr. Daniel Harris and Mrs. Peggy Harris

Mr. Justin Harrison and Mrs. Gabrielle Harrison

Master Sergeant John R. Hauser ’88

Mr. Luke H. Heffernan ’02

Mr. George Heidtman

Mr. Cory Hicks

Mr. John J. Holland and Mrs. Alex C. Holland

Mr. Eugene Hubbard

Mrs. Tara A. Irons ’88 and Mr. Gordon Irons

Ms. Shirley Jackson

Mr. Pete Johnson and Mrs. Eileen Johnson

Mr. James E. Jones and Mrs. Diana M. Jones

Joseph W. Stuart, PLC Mrs. Dee Kemp

Mr. Francis C. Kiley and Mrs. Monica A. Kiley

Ms. Courtney Kline ’88

Mrs. Tarcela A. Knight ’99 and Mr. Wesley Knight

Mr. Delbert Kohler and Mrs. Denise Kohler

Mr. Theodore P. Kruczkowski and Mrs. Laura M. Kruczkowski

Mr. Ken Kuberski and Mrs. Carrie Kuberski

Ms. Eileen Kuletz-Burke

Mr. Richard LaMagna

Mr. Robert Lauby and Mrs. Anne Lauby

Mr. Michael G. Lawrence and Mrs. Mary H. Lawrence

Ms. Judy T. Lazarus

Mrs. Chimene Lee

Mr. Philip M. Leitzinger and Mrs. Vicki Leitzinger

Mrs. Tracy Morris Li ’95

Mr. Bennett D. Love ’21

Mrs. Amy M. Malouf ’06 and Mr. Raymond Malouf

Mr. Carmine Mandarino and Mrs. Annmarie Mandarino

Mrs. Sally M. Mannion

Ms. Bernadette Margin Mrs. Joanne Marino

Marriott International, Inc.

Mr. Myron Maslowsky and Mrs. Eileen H. Maslowsky

Mr. Michael Massarini and Mrs. Maria Massarini

Mrs. Joan M. Matthews

Mr. Timothy J. McCarthy and Mrs. Pamela C. McCarthy

Mr. Thomas J. McGonigle

Mr. Kevin E. McGrath and Mrs. Nancy Z. McGrath

Mrs. Maureen McGuire-Kuletz

Dr. Timothy J. McNiff and Mrs. Margaret C. McNiff

Mr. Al J. Melanson and Mrs. Mary F. Melanson

Mr. Domenick Mingione

Mr. Kevin S. Mitchell and Mrs. Jenny Mitchell

Mr. Jim Mittica

Mrs. Bridget C. Murphy

Mr. Kevin C. Murphy ’00 and Mrs. Lauren Murphy

Mr. Kenneth A. Myers ’87 and Mrs. Heather H. Myers

Mr. Anthony P. Nader and Mrs. Annette M. Nader

Mr. John C. Neubauer and Mrs. Cathy L. Neubauer

Mr. Michael Nickolaus

Mr. Robert Nieves

Nino R. Vaghi Foundation Inc.

Dr. Thomas Opfer ’96

Mr. Denis M. O’Reilly and Mrs. Susan L. O’Reilly

Mr. Carlos H. Ortega and Ms. Alicia J. Palmer

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Mr. Joe Paratore and Mrs. Kim Paratore

Mr. Carl Pardiny and Mrs. Cathy M. Pardiny Partners in Mission

Mr. Brent R. Perry and Mrs. Kim D. Perry

Mrs. Mary M. Peters

Mr. Stephen Petti and Mrs. Janelle Petti

Mr. Scott Pochick and Mrs. Michelle T. Pochick Mrs. Shannon Pohorence

Mr. John Pollard and Mrs. Deborah Pollard

Mr. Thomas S. Poole and Mrs. Lori Poole

Mr. John M. Powell and Mrs. Marie A. Powell

Mr. Ronald Provencher

Mrs. Mariellen K. Ralston Hale ’02

Mr. James Rannazzisi and Mrs. Barbara Rannazzisi

Mr. Charlie F. Riceman ’87 and Mrs. Maria Riceman

Mr. Robert Richardson

Mr. Chris Roller and Mrs. Tina Roller

Mr. Kenneth J. Ronald and Mrs. Beverly A. Ronald

Mr. William E. Rouck ’89 and Mrs. Kandis Rouck

Mr. David Rupp

Mr. Jamie Saylor ’89 and Mrs. Deborah Saylor

Mr. Hugh Schaefer

Mr. Steven F. Shervanick and Mrs. Paula E. Shervanick

Ms. Kristin R. Siebenaler ’88 and Mr. Rob Van Arnam

Mr. William Simpkins and Mrs. Marcia Simpkins

Mr. Ernest Sims

Mrs. Stacy Slater

SMG Consulting Services Mr. Chris Speakman

Mr. Clayton Speakman

Mr. Joseph W. Stuart

Mr. David Surh

Mr. Dennis Swaney

Mr. Jack Taylor

Mr. Brandon E. Terpolilli ’02 Mrs. Judi A. Teske

Mrs. Katie E. Tinsley ’02 and Mr. Clifton Tinsley

Mrs. Pam Tobin

Mrs. Amy VanZuiden

Mr. Peter Vinton

Mr. Doug Wall

Mr. Carl S. Wang and Mrs. Joan M. Wang

Mr. Thomas P. Ward ’88

Mr. Robert Waters and Mrs. Mary Cecile G. Waters

Mr. Andrew Webb and Mrs. Rixon Webb

Mr. Douglas Weimer and Dr. Peg D. Weimer

Mr. Leo P. Wells and Mrs. Christine V. Wells

Mr. David Westrate and Mrs. Barbara Westrate

Mrs. Anne Marie Wiedemer

Mr. David Wilberding and Mrs. Cindy Wilberding

Mr. Joseph J. Wilkins Jr. and Mrs. Kathleen B. Wilkins

Mr. Kevin Williams

Mr. Craig R. Wilson and Dr. Angela F. Wilson

Mr. Thomas A. Woodley and Mrs. Nancy C. Woodley Mr. Robert S. Workman

Mr. John L. Zanelotti and Mrs. Linda Zanelotti

Mr. Andrew M. Zaso and Mrs. Irene M. Zaso

PVI-12 Sustainers Club Members

Mr. Darrick Akiyama and Mrs. Joanna Akiyama

Mr. Vic E. Alessi and Mrs. Susan Alessi

Ms. Kate M. Andreottola ’94

Mr. Bob Bouchard and Mrs. Sharon Bouchard

Mr. Steven J. Bozik and Mrs. Debora Bozik

Mr. Timothy J. Caputy ’08 and Mrs. Kiersten J. Caputy

Mr. Raymond R. Cassidy

Mr. Ron Cheatham and Mrs. Darlene Cheatham

Ms. Trinity Cheatham ’22

Mr. Peter Davey ’95

Mrs. Carol C. Erhard

Mr. Peter F. Grau and Mrs. Lisa A. Grau

Captain James B. Groff and Mrs. Elizabeth Groff

Mr. Stephen A. Hamer

Mr. Maurice D. Hammond and Mrs. Tracy W. Hammond

Mrs. Mary A. Hamrick ’86 and Mr. Paul L. Hamrick Mr. Adam D. Hill ’21

Lieutenant Colonel James R. Kyte ’92 and Dr. Jennifer J. Kyte

Mr. Richard LaFrance and Mrs. Jean LaFrance

Mr. Ryan Lauridsen and Mrs. Susan Lauridsen

Mr. Gary W. Lee and Mrs. Nadine Lee Mr. Patrick Leffas and Mrs. Kathleen Leffas

Mr. Robert McGovern and Mrs. Kelly McGovern

Mr. Al J. Melanson and Mrs. Mary F. Melanson Mrs. Anne K. Nuttall ’88 and Mr. Edward J. Nuttall

Ms. Laura Pearson

Mr. Scott Pochick and Mrs. Michelle T. Pochick

Mr. James Rannazzisi and Mrs. Barbara Rannazzisi

Mrs. Betsy Rhodes ’96 and Mr. Nick Rhodes

Dr. Patrick J. Rozmajzl and Mrs. Pamela B. Rozmajzl

Mr. Joseph Sebastian Mrs. Jan B. Siegfried

The PVI-12 Sustainers Club grew to 39 members, totaling over $2,300 in monthly gifts

Mr. Brian Sloboda and Mrs. Sami Sloboda

Mr. Christopher Summers

Mr. Joselito Tacogue and Mrs. Carey Tacogue

Mr. Douglas Weimer and Dr. Peg Weimer

Mr. John L. Zanelotti and Mrs. Linda Zanelotti

Sponsors

Anita’s ’New Mexico Style’ Mexican Food Atlantic Floors

The Bell Team McLean Mortgage Corp BMW of Fairfax

Lisa Bradford, Realtor Builders Fence Company C2 Operations

Carroll & Nuttall, P.C. Catholic Diocese of Arlington Cavalier Lacrosse Chantilly Shell

Charles Schwartz & Son

The Cheatham Family Chiron Physical Therapy Coldwell Banker

Compass Adrianna Duggan, Realtor Computerware, Inc.

Consumer Insights Group

Consumer Insights Group (CIG)

Costa Dentistry

Craftsman Auto Care Cucinelli Geiger PC

David L. Marks Law firm

Mr. Carl Desmarais and Mrs. Christina Desmarais Excel Rehabilitation, PLLC Fayez Goriup McRae Law Firm

Flynn O’Hara Uniforms, Inc. Four, Inc.

Government CIO Media and Research

Guidepoint Security

Hayden Home Mortgage LLC

Heitmann Physical Therapy & Wellness Holloway Company

Hope Faster

Hope Faster Foundation

Inergy Kelly’s Bootcamp informed XP

Jack Lawlor Realty Co

Kuma Foundation

Life Reflecting Images

Mai Capital Management Sports/Entertainment

Metro Installation Services

John Moriarty & Associates of Virginia, LLC

n+1 Technologies

Northern Virginia Orthodontics

NOVA Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics

Orr Partners

Partners in Mission

PBG Consulting LLC

Pearson Smith Realty Kelly McGinn

Potomac River Running

Private Prep DC Metro

Ridgeline Roofers

Rose Custom Designs LLC

Stone Ridge Oral & Facial Surgery

Summit Community Bank

Ted Britt

Thundercat Technology

Tony’s NY Pizza

TSP Contracting

Vienna Development Alliance

Virginia Spine Institute

The Wateridge Group

Whiting-Turner

Craig Wilson, Real Estate Agent

The Wine House

Wize Aviation LLC

The Woodhouse Spas, Gainsville

Mr. Thomas A. Woodley and Mrs. Nancy C. Woodley

Worldgate LLC

YoPo’s Cheesesteak & Kabobs

Zaxby’s Chicken Fingers & Buffalo Wings

St. Paul VI Catholic High School is a charitable, tax-exempt organization pursuant to section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent the law allows.

The donor year for this purpose of this report is July 1, 2021 –June 30, 2022. Our donors are important to us. We have made every attempt to list names and donors properly. However, we know that errors sometimes occur. If your name has been omitted or improperly listed, you have our most sincere apologies. Please bring these errors to our attention by contacting the Office of Advancement at 703-352-0925 x1110.

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Inspired to Give Back

Salnoskes Endow PVI's First Full Tuition Scholarship to Honor Imelda Salnoske

hen you ask Karl Salnoske who inspires him, he beams with a contagious smile. As if instinctual, he reaches for the medal that hangs around his neck. A gift from his mom Imelda given to him as a young man, he proudly holds up his St. Christopher medal. “It has had a few different chains, but the medal is the one my mother gave me,” he shares. The gift from his mom suits him—as the parallels between St. Christopher, the patron saint of travelers, who carried a child safely across a river, is not lost on Karl. He embodies a love of traveling and a generous heart committed to education and the future of our children.

One of five children to Carlton and Imelda “Melody” Salnoske, Karl grew up in a large Catholic family, living on an Army salary, moving regularly. The influences of family, education, and hard work are evident the more you get to know Karl. So is the commitment to give back, something he says he and his wife feel fortunate to be able to do.

Prior to 2016, Karl and his wife Susan shared no direct connection to PVI, which makes their generous scholarship for a PVI education even more inspiring. Karl serves as the Chairperson of the Board for the Foundation for the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. He explains the purpose of the Foundation as a way to provide “opportunities to create endowments and donor-advised funds centered on Catholic giving.” By doing so within the Diocese, it keeps giving local and Catholic-centered, with direct impact on many areas the diocese supports, including Catholic education.

In March of 2016, ready to part with a drum set that had brought him many good memories, Karl generously offered it to the Diocesan high schools. PVI and Jan Siegfried, the Instrumental Music Director, said yes. While the drum set served the music program well, it opened the door to learning more about Karl’s story: the son of an Army father and a mother who loved music and education, to being an Eagle Scout, studying to be an

electrical engineer, to now working in high-tech as the Senior Vice President of Cloud Engineering and Operations at Athenahealth.

A drum set that originally found a home in Fairfax led the Salnoskes to make a gift in memory of Karl's mom to the Building on Extraordinary Campaign for the Music Room on the new campus. Five years after his donation of a drum set, and following their campaign gift, Karl and his wife Susan endowed a scholarship, named in memory of his mother Imelda, to cover the full cost of tuition for four years for a student wishing to attend Paul VI.

“It is not just education that leads to success, it is the right education,” he shares. Karl chooses to turn his success into an opportunity for others to find the right education. He recognizes the financial challenges that face many families who desire a Catholic education and experience barriers to making it possible.

Drawing from his Eagle Scout days, Karl still lives by the simplicity of the motto to “be prepared.”

“Education prepares you for an unknown future,” he says. He believes that an education gives you the foundational pieces that allow you to perform your best and take advantage of opportunities.

The Salnoskes will forever change the lives of many families with the gift of a PVI education. In doing so, they embody the values of St. Christopher in his strength, stressing the importance of family, and allowing students to start on their own journey as lifelong learners and workers.

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Profile of Imelda Salnoske

The Imelda Salnoske Memorial Scholarship honors the memory and strong Catholic faith of Imelda “Melody” Salnoske, of Hampton, Virginia. Melody was born on a dairy farm near Cashton, Wisconsin in 1928 and grew up in a very large Catholic family with many brothers and sisters. She was one of the first in her family to get a college education, graduating from the La Crosse State Teachers College with a degree in Secondary Education.

She met her future husband Carlton at age 24 at a soda shop near Camp McCoy, Wisconsin, where he was attending an Army training camp. Together they raised five children. After her kids were grown, Melody went back to teaching English at her parish elementary school and eventually became a librarian with the Newport News school system, retiring in 1993.

Melody loved music and had a beautiful lyric soprano voice. For many years, she was a member of her parish choir and the Virginia Choral Society. Live opera was

one of her favorites and she was a regular season ticket holder to the Virginia Opera.

Melody was given plenty of heavy crosses to bear; however, she never complained. Her love for her family and her faith in God gave her the strength not only to go on but to love life without bitterness.

Melody passed away in October 2018 at age 89 after a courageous battle with Alzheimer’s.

The Imelda Salnoske Memorial Scholarship was established in 2022 by Karl and Susan Salnoske to honor the memory of Karl’s mother, Mrs. Imelda Salnoske. The scholarship provides a four-year, full tuition scholarship for a student with demonstrated financial need who is accepted for admission to St. Paul VI Catholic High School and who possesses similar qualities to Mrs. Imelda Salnsoke, including her commitment to hard work, compassion for others, and perseverance.

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Karl and his wife Susan are pictured in front of the Cathedral Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain.

What’s New?

Share your latest milestones and accomplishments by submitting your news to Class Notes. Email alumni@paulvi.net to be included in the next issue. We can’t wait to hear from you!

1995

Tracy Morris ’95 �� of Tracy Morris Design was nominated for HGTV’s “Designer of the Year” Award. Her work "Historic Washington, DC Rowhouse Gets a Timeless Restoration" was featured for Dramatic Before and Afters on hgtv.com.

2002

Kevin Walter ’02 �� and his family recently moved to Jacksonville, Florida where he started a tour on the USS MASON (DDG 87). He is pictured with his wife Joanne in front of the ship at a ceremony.

Katie Lagos ’02 �� and Johnny Solis were married in 2022 in Fairfax. They celebrated with family and friends at International Country Club, including many PVI alumni and friends. Pictured left to right: Sheila Brosnan

Galvin ’02, Margaret Jennings Drakensjo ’02, Cate Geraghty Fernandez ’02, Caitlin Hanley Cunningham ’00, Nick Molthen ’10, Kellie Ruffer Molthen ’10, Kathleen Hope ’17, Eileen Hanley (Assistant Principal for Admissions and Student Life), Lisa Ruffer Glodek ’02, Tricia Lagos ’06, Elena Lagos ’04, Amanda Hope ’17. On Valentine’s Day, Katie and Johnny welcomed son Socrates Jayson Solis.

2003

Geoffrey Rixon ’03 �� lives in Fairfax with his wife and daughter and chairs the Social Studies Department at Bishop O’Connell in Arlington. During the pandemic, he and his colleague, Chesney Allgood, started a podcast called Who Knew? A History Podcast, which covers topics in U.S. history. It is available on Apple, Spotify, and many other podcast platforms.

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2004

Rachele Fink Richardson ’04 �� and her husband Jordan welcomed daughter Evalina on February 1, 2022. Evalina joins big sister Penelope.

Brett L. Moore, CFP ® ’06 �� lives with his family in Newnan, Georgia and is a managing partner and wealth advisor at RBM Wealth Management Group. He was recently named “Best Financial Advisor” by NewnanCoweta Magazine in the Reader’s Choice Best of Coweta 2022 contest. Brett also was named to NAIFA National 2022 Advisor Today’s 4 Under 40. This award was presented in D.C. at NAIFA’s National Leadership Conference in November 2022.

2006

Mary Desmarais ’06 �� recently started a consulting company called Catholic Inclusion to help Catholic schools include students with intellectual disabilities. Inspired by her time at PVI and peer mentoring in Options, Mary hopes to bring inclusive education to more Catholic schools around the nation. Most recently, she spoke at the Diocese of Arlington’s From Inclusion to Belonging conference and Loyola’s Mustard Seed Project. To learn more about Mary’s services and business, visit www.catholicinclusion.com or follow @catholicinclusion on Instagram.

2007

Jim McFadden ’07 �� married Ellie McDonnell ’08 on July 23, 2022. They were married at The Cathedral of St. Patrick in Charlotte, North Carolina. They currently live in Savannah, Georgia with their dogs and cat, Fancy, Ziggy, and CAThy. They were joined by many PVI alumni at their wedding, including pictured left to right: Marcel AbiSamra ’08, Ted McFadden ’01, Matt Loftus ’07, Morgan Snyder ’07, Twiggy Vasilas Rayome ’07, Chas Rayome ’07, Stephen McGonigle ’07, Rob DeSilva ’07 and Tom McFadden ’05.

2008

Jessica Vallimont Barnhill ’08 �� and her husband Billy welcomed Reagan "Rae" Jean to their family on October 21, 2021. Rae joins siblings Riley Ann (9) and Mason (7). Jessica and her husband own and operate Barnhill Homes, a homebuilding and real estate company in Birmingham, Alabama. “We stay busy with Riley Ann’s competitive gymnastics (Level 4) & Mason’s All-Star baseball team,” shares Jessica.

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2008

Katherine Covino ’08 �� married Martin Feeney on September 18, 2021 in Washington, DC. Their ceremony was at Holy Trinity Catholic Church and their reception was at The Mayflower Hotel. Jackie Deane Eul ’08 was the maid of honor and Jennifer Boyd ’08 was a bridesmaid.

Katherine and Martin also welcomed their daughter, Elizabeth “Elle” Anne Feeney, �� to the world in September 2022. Elle is adored by her parents and family, including godmother Sheila Brosnan Gavin ’02. The family lives in Washington, DC.

Group photo, front row left to right: �� Jennifer Boyd ’08, Jackie Deane Eul ’08, Katherine Covino ’08, Angela Brosnan Walsh ’98, Martin Feeney, Jack Merrifield ’11. Back row: Patrick Lyons ’08, Denis Brosnan ’00, Danny Brosnan ’05, Sheila Brosnan Gavin ’02.

2010

Michael Wang ’10 �� married Marrissa Lombardi on June 10, 2022 in Vienna. The couple celebrated with family and friends at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens.

In attendance were father and mother of the groom, Carl and Joan Wang (Assistant to the Head of School); best man/brother of the groom Carl Wang ’04, Caitlin McKearney; sister of the groom Kristin Wang Myzie ’03 and ring bearer/nephew of the groom Jacob Myzie. Not pictured: brother-in-law of the groom Curtis Myzie and ring bearer/nephew of the groom Evan Myzie. Michael and Rissa honeymooned in South Korea and Japan. The couple lives in Fairfax with their cats Sloth and Chunk.

2011

Trevor Shourds ’11 �� married Julia D’Souza on October 13, 2022. The couple celebrated with family and friends at Great Marsh Estate in Bealeton, Virginia. Several PVI alumni and staff joined them on their special day. Sitting, pictured left to right: Trevor Shourds ’11, Julia D’Souza. Standing: Julie Yanchulis (English teacher), Patrick Hawkes ’17, Monique Mitchell ’14, Will Shourds ’13, Michael Morello ’11, Maddie Garrettson ’11, Scott Hendrickson ’12, Jack Merrifield ’11, John Krolicki ’12, Joyce Krolicki (Campus Ministry).

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2012

Melissa Kormanec ’12 �� joined the education world in 2017 and now teaches at Flint Hill School. She has enjoyed coaching against PVI in girls soccer and softball for the past three years. She got married in the Outer Banks on October 23, 2021 to Bryan Buckner. Melissa and Bryan welcomed daughter Ava Kathryn Buckner in September 2022.

2013

Madison Marks ’13 �� married Owen Costello ’13 on May 7, 2022 in Charleston, South Carolina. They were married at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and hosted their reception at Hibernian Hall. Owen’s best man was Will Biagi ’13 and Madison’s maid of honor was Nicole Gertenbach ’13. Owen and Madison live in downtown Charleston with their golden retriever Sydney (named after Owen’s alma mater - Hampden Sydney College). Owen owns his own real estate company, Costello & Co, and Madison is a neurophysiologist. Together they own and operate a Charleston vacation rental and love taking on new projects, while enjoying their life in the "low country." Front row, pictured left to right: Dillon Costello ’17, Mason Marks ’17, Tyler Costello ’10, Will Biagi ’13, Michael Smith ’13, JP Kurtz, Zach Costello ’07, Jake Quigg. Back row, pictured left to right: �� Ashley DelGiacco, Erin Costello ’18, Jacqueline Gibson, Madison Marks Costello ’13, Owen Costello ’13, Grace Marks, Nicole Gertenbach ’13, Nicole Simmons ’12, Ryan Costello Quigg ’08.

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2014

Amanda Malloy ’14 �� married Nick Marino ’14 on April 29, 2022 at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church in Fairfax, Virginia. They were surrounded by family and friends. Their wedding reception was held at The Atrium at Meadowlark Gardens in Vienna. Other PVI alumni in the wedding party were Elisa Marino ’11, Eric Malloy ’12 and William Bradd ’15. Amanda and Nick live in Centreville, with two cats and a horse.

2015

Angela Bozik ’15 �� recently published her first children’s book, "Healthcare Heroes: How Therapy Dogs Change Lives!" which is available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon. Angela graduated from Saint Mary’s College with a degree in psychology, followed by completing her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. She is currently working as an occupational therapist at an outpatient pediatric clinic in Nashville. Her dog Maisy recently became a registered therapy dog and together they are excited to be able to bring joy and comfort to all those in need.

Alumni Gatherings

PVI on the Road in Richmond

Thank you to Sean Gibbons ’87 for hosting our small but mighty group of Paul VI alumni in Richmond in early November. We had a beautiful spread, shared lots of laughs, relayed stories from the decades, shared appreciation for our PVI friends, and introduced Head of School Laura Swenson to the community.

We had such a great time that we’re packing our bags for our next destination! Are you interested in hosting an event in your city? Contact Mary at alumni@paulvi.net and let’s make it happen!

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Pictured from left to right standing: Jim Velesz ’01, Sean Gibbons ’87, Gerald Walsh ’89, Arif Fazel ’03, Mike Karabinos ’95, Larry Donnelly ’89, Mary Ashooh Hamrick ’86. Sitting: Jen Rose ’88, Kym Irving Donnelly ’92, Laura Swenson.

Past vs. Future

On August 14, 2022, alumni from 2007-2022 faced off against current players in PVI Baseball’s annual "Past vs. Future" game. The "Future" team topped the "Past" team for the 2nd straight year, with a final score of 7-6. Thanks to all who came out!

Panthers to Hokies to Interns

This fall, Allison Granstedt, PVI Computer Science teacher, and her husband offered seats at Virginia Tech games to PVI alumni who are current Virginia Tech students interested in computer science. The Granstedts are offering this opportunity to get to know and possibly hire future interns. Pictured are Zach Sherman ’20 and Chris Rouck ’20; Kandis Rouck, Bill Rouck ’89, Chris Rouck ’20.

Alumni Abroad

Math teacher Mrs. Chris Collier met up with Stacy Kruczkowski Farr ’08 and Michael Kruczkowski ’10 at the wedding of a mutual friend in Rabat, Morocco this past summer. “It was fantastic to see them and swap teaching stories. Stacy is at University of Kentucky working as an academic advisor and Michael teaches middle school art in Fairfax County,” shares Chris.

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2018

Lucy Schafer ’18 �� is the Chief Community Officer at SoundMind, a mental health startup dedicated to providing accessible, individualized, and virtual mental health care for individuals with anxiety, depression, high stress, and trauma. She delivered a TEDx talk earlier this year at the Brain and Creativity Institute at the University of Southern California with her colleague to share about their work at the intersection of mental health and technology. She also recently appeared on a segment about SoundMind on FOX 5 DC to discuss mental health for schools and youth. Lucy graduated from University of Southern California in 2022 with a major in Computational Neuroscience and Applied Analytics and she was an Army ROTC Cadet. In addition to her work at SoundMind, she serves in the U.S. Army Reserve Medical Service Corps as a 2LT.

2019

Laura Moore ’19 �� is a senior Civil Engineering major at Villanova. She led a student trip with Villanova’s Engineering Service Learning (VESL) program to Panama this fall. VESL allows students to apply their engineering

knowledge in developing areas of the world while working alongside the community. A significant part of VESL is empowering communities to implement resilient solutions. During this trip, Laura and her group surveyed and created maps for a National Park that is the sole stream of income for the community.

2020

Caroline Susco ’20 ��, a junior at Virginia Tech, was named to the 2022 National Club Softball Association 2nd Team All-American. The National Club Softball Association names collegiate club softball players from across the country to the All-American Team based on their stats across the whole year. As a starting player for the team, Caroline finished the year with a 0.465 batting average with a total of 81 plate appearances, leading the team with 33 hits and 25 RBIs. Caroline was also a key player to help the Virginia Tech Club Team win its first ever World Series Championship in Columbus, Georgia in May 2022.

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No Place Like PVI for Homecoming

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alumni back for the Homecoming tailgate and game on Friday, October The family-friendly tailgate included food trucks from Guapo’s and Hog-It-Up BBQ. The Panthers defeated Bishop Ireton 41-0. Alumni could watch from the bleachers or set up chairs on “Alumni Hill.” Lissett Lopez Lineberry ’95, Mike Ferrier ’89, Chas Rayome ’06, Bernice Clark Gillespie ’86 Melissa Hish ’94, Tim Hish ’98 Danny Ciatti ’89 and family Dom Mustachio ’21, Aiden Syler ’21, Pete Drakopoulos ’22 Audrey Taylor Hubbard ’06, Chas Rayome ’06, Christine Mike Zavala ’06 and Shane Zavala ’06 Beth Revor ’90, Megan Revor ’18, Jenny Koppang ’18 Gigi Romero Grimm ’93, Mac Cannon ’95, Daniel Grimm ’93 Ryan Costello Quigg ’08 and family

Second Generation Panthers Legacy Breakfast Celebrates PVI Family Ties

WHAT A SPECIAL MORNING WE HAD AT OUR LEGACY BREAKFAST ON NOVEMBER 11.

Attendees started the day with a chapel talk in Mary, Mother of the Church Chapel followed by breakfast with their students in the Bel Alton Dining Commons. Mrs. Siegfried and the band provided lovely patriotic music.

Paul VI currently has over 70 legacy students whose parents are alumni. As a school “40 years young” our legacy student numbers continue to grow each year and these families are an important part of the PVI community.

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Head of School Laura Swenson welcomed families and Fr. Schultz offered a special blessing followed by a talk in Mary, Mother of the Church Chapel.
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Pride through the years on display
Ubelhart Torrey ’95 with Kaitlyn ’25 and husband Michael
Erin Keedy Driscoll ’93 with Lilly ’25, and Jack ’24 and her dad Steve Keedy
Stanley Jones ’91, Madison ’26 and Chris Jones ’91
Hubbell Reid ’98 with Logan ’26, Austin ’24
Neely ’24 and grandmother Mary Fran Melanson
Ashooh Hamrick ’86 with Emily ’23, husband Paul, brother Jim Ashooh and mother Elizabeth Ashooh
Parker ’89 with Lauren ’26
Gamboa Babbit ’93 with Sasha ’26
Geraghty Hish ’98 with Abby ’25
Lopez Lineberry ’95 with Jonathan ’26, Caleb ’23, husband Mark and mother Josefa Lopez
Hubbard
with grandmother Laurette Taylor
Andreottola
and Maddy Grimm ’26 with grandparents Monica and Ed Grimm
Gallagher Brinker ’93 with Mia ’23
Maresca
with Caroline ’24, wife Carol, mother Carol, and father Frank
Prosser Thomas
with Dillon ’23, Cayla ’24, and Derek ’26
generations of McArdles, Hamburgers, Cannons, Burkes, Geskers and Mannions
Rooney Burke
with Erin ’23, Jack
and husband Mike

We are excited to announce the next class of Athletic Hall of Fame inductees:

Celebrations will commence on Friday, February 10, 2023 with a half-time introduction during the Boys Varsity Basketball game vs. Good Counsel. The induction ceremony and brunch will take place on Saturday, February 11, 2023.

Athletes:

Andre Eason ’01 – Football, Basketball

Michele Brady Gibbons ’02 – Soccer, Lacrosse

Kathryn Naylor Howard ’08 – Softball

Anne Alessi Nuttall ’88 – Soccer, Basketball, Track

Ed Stohlman ’94 – Lacrosse, Football

PJ Worosz ’03 – Wrestling

Coaches:

Scott Allen – Girls Basketball

Billy Emerson – Baseball, Athletic Director

Scan the QR code on this page for more information and to RSVP for the game or brunch.

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A Killer Show

The PVI Players presented Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express November 17-20. Two casts, an impressive set, humor, red herrings and a murder made for a fun-filled night of intrigue on the stage.

CURTAIN CALL
At the end of Act 2, Hercule Poirot unravels the plot.
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Constantine Bouc, played by Iain Valleskey ’24; Hercule Poirot played by Drew Bradford ’24; and Michel the Conductor, played by Brian Moore ’25
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ST. PAUL VI CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Hercule Poirot played by Hayden Springer ’24
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“NICE WORK ...IF YOU CAN GET IT” Mark your calendars for the spring musical! April 21-23, 2023
Mary Debenham, played by Marlene Brasco ’23, is tended to after being stabbed in Act 2.
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IN MEMORIAM

The Paul VI community extends its prayers and condolences to the relatives of faculty, staff, alumni, students, parents and friends of the school who have passed away recently.

Thomas Pochick | brother-in-law of Michelle Pochick, Chief Financial Officer; uncle of Caden ’26

Theresa Ferrigan Nuttall | mother-in-law of Anne Nuttall ’88, Director of Data Systems/ Internal Operations; grandmother of Meghan ’21

Alice McMahon | grandmother of Keegan ’23 and Ronan ’26

Colette Baine | sister of Clayton ’16 and Connor

Jan Foster | mother of Scott ’90

Randy Lawson | father of Braeden ’13 and Cortland ’19 Christopher Bruno | father of Chris ’02 and Katie

Tom Wiedemer | husband of Anne Marie, former PVI receptionist; father of Mary Kate ’12, former PVI Options teacher

Carla Jo Bielaski | mother of Sarah Bielaski, Math teacher

Rafael Romero | father of Gigi Romero Grimm ’93; grandfather of Maddy ’26 Aldina Maestri | grandmother of Jack ’13

Barbara Jean McGinn | grandmother of Nathan ’24 and Landon ’26

Gerardina Puglisi | mother of Sandra Stankiewicz, Director of Counseling; grandmother of Joel ’21, Isabel ’24, Timothy ’26

Margaret McGonigle | grandmother of Katie ’02, Stephen ’06 and Vincent ’13; grandmother of James Gaughan ’08

Yuri Murakami | grandmother of Matthew ’08, Ryan ’10 and Isabelle ’15

Madeline Therese Polcari | mother of John ’06

Michael Leo Sheehan | husband of Elizabeth Cooch ’89; father of Joseph ’25 Glenn Reverdy Snyder | father of Brent ’08, Amanda ’12, Cory ’16, Timothy ’18, and Drew Wanda Burggraff | grandmother of Rachel ’19, Matthew ’21, Sarah ’22, Tabitha ’24, Hannah ’26 (Giaccio)

Michael De Nigris | grandfather of Alex Iskenderoglu ’24 Maria Josefina Miller | mother of Jon ’04 and Jeffrey ’06 (Gorski)

Bob Underhill | brother of Gary Underhill, Physical Education teacher and Special Olympics coach

Bill Underhill | brother of Gary Underhill, Physical Education teacher and Special Olympics coach

Barry O’Hare | father of Father Keith ’90, Todd ’91, Shannon ’93

Catherine Rennolds | mother of Sarah ’25

June Cecilia Grimm | grandmother of Daniel Grimm ’93 and Kate Andreottola ’94, Director of Advancement; great-grandmother of Sophie ’25 and Madelyn ’26

Ann Marie Hicks | PVI science teacher 1989-1991

Joel Barlow | uncle of Principal Tom Opfer ’96, Allison Opfer Ramirez ’03, and Chris Opfer, brother-in-law of Betty Opfer, former PVI Admissions staff

Claude Assoumou | brother of Tony Assoumou, World Language teacher

Eternal rest, grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May they rest in peace.

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