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Rosary Alumnae Association I crossed a major milestone this past month with my youngest daughter, Kelly, graduating from Rosary. It was such a gift to experience graduation not only as a parent, but as an alumna. Over the last few months I’ve had the opportunity to get to know this senior class – they are an amazing group of girls, and we are fortunate to have them join our ranks as alumnae. I am happy to announce we have organized an Alumnae Association Board of Directors. We are in the final stages of working out the best structural relationship to fit the needs of the school. I encourage you to get involved – reach out to the board and see where you can contribute, or just hang out and meet some new friends. Thank you for your continued support of our Annual Fund and Red Wine & Gold. To say that Rosary could not be all that it is without your support is at best an understatement. Your generosity touches every aspect of life at Rosary, from providing funding that supports our programs, such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and athletics, to supporting our students directly through tuition assistance. I am immensely proud of our alumnae community! As Rosary embarks upon its 50th Anniversary in 2015, stay tuned for upcoming events. It is an exciting time to celebrate this special place that has given us so much. Go Royals! Yours in Rosary,
Debbie ’87 pictured with her daughters Kelly ’14 and Kit ’12 at the Class of 2014 Debbie Meck-Loughran ’87 email@example.com
Do you have updates? If you would like to be featured in an upcoming issue of The Sequel, please send us your updates. The Sequel will be distributed electronically twice a year. Visit www.rosaryhs.org/alumnae for stories, upcoming event details, and for the alumnae directory. Need to update your information? The alumnae directory at www.rosaryhs.org/alumnae is a great way to let us know your new contact info. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention Classes of 2009, 2004, 1999, 1994, 1989, 1984, 1979, 1974, and 1969: class officers and any interested members of the reunion classes please get in touch with the alumnae association ASAP. Although we are not currently hosting reunions on campus, we are more than happy to help your class make your reunion a success. For more information or to submit your updates, contact Debbie Meck-Loughran ’87 at email@example.com.
Head down Ocean Avenue in Seal Beach and you’ll stumble across a cute snack shack with a giant cupcake marquis. With ocean views and bakery scents, The Social Cupcake is the new chic trend in beach eats. Rosary alumna Natalie Scott Dwyer ’94 and fellow social worker Kian Clineff launched the Social Cupcake with her master chef cousin David Welle in March of 2014. They founded the shop on the premise that great tastes in the perfect portions can allow beach goers and locals to enjoy healthy foods on the go while giving back to the community.
This ocean front eatery offers gourmet eats and scrumptious cupcakes at take-out prices. The best part is that proceeds from your order go to support the following charities: Operation Help a Hero, the Los Alamitos Education Foundation, Second Harvest Food Bank OC, and the Surfrider Foundation. After Natalie graduated from Rosary in 1994, she attended Boston College where she played volleyball for the Eagles and went on to earn a Master’s degree in Social Work. After 13 years of field work, she decided to give back to the community in a new way through this business venture. Natalie married Jason Dwyer, Servite ’94. The couple has three children: Emmet (7), Evelyn (5), and Paige (3). Want to try a sweet treat from The Social Cupcake? Visit Natalie at 907 Ocean Avenue, Seal Beach, CA, 90740. Yelp reviewers recommend the Lemon Blueberry cupcake and the Creme Brulee cupcake, just to name a few. Need an afternoon snack? Try “Not Your Mama’s” chicken salad or the Oven Roasted Vegetable Medley.
Making life sweeter...one cupcake at a time
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Meet the newest Royal alumnae
Class of 2014
On Saturday, May 31, the Class of 2014 turned their tassels to the right to become alumnae of Rosary High School. This class boasts an impressive list of college acceptances, including a record-setting amount of scholarship dollars awarded– $15,524,016 and counting. We can’t wait to see what these newest alumnae accomplish in this next journey of their lives!
Lauren Grobaty National Merit Finalist Harvard University
The highest award given; selected by the senior class and faculty Christine Fitzpatrick
Halina Szymanski University of California– Los Angeles
General Excellence Award
The highest overall academic award given Lauren Grobaty – Harvard University
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At their senior retreat, members of the Class of 2014 were introduced to “The Royal Promise,” a purposeful approach to life as a Royal alumna. Designed by Julianne Vu ’14 Computer Graphics Class
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Tri-School Theatre celebrated its 25th Anniversary Season w Embassy Suites in Garden Grove. Over 100 students, alums milestone. The evening included dinner, dancing, silent auc
Past and present Tri-School faculty and staff in attendance i Robertson, Anne McClain, Michael Lopez, Judy Jones, Pegg Cantrell â€™04, Jeanne Nellesen, Carrie Shaw, Barbara Messer Patty Buehler, Jill Crawley, and Isaac Gleason.
We at Tri-School are so grateful for the support of each of th with Tri-School, find us on Facebook, or at the Tri-School w firstname.lastname@example.org. Not on our postal mailing list? Let us know so that we can Event in the future, and hope you will join us! Hillary Pearson â€™98 Executive Artistic Director Tri-School Theatre email@example.com
with a Gala Reunion Event on Saturday, May 24, at the s, parents, and supporters joined together to celebrate this ction, and special award presentations.
included Amy Luskey-Barth ’77, Joe Collins, Robby gy Magee, Sarah Mawhinney ’05, Laurie (Nellesen) rle Devitt, Debbie Blashaw, Hillary Bower Pearson ’98,
he three school communities. If you’d like to connect website www.trischool.org, or you can e-mail us at keep you updated! We hope to do another Gala Reunion
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Faculty Update: Shawna Pautsch My dear friends, It is with mixed emotions that I write this letter. I have accepted the position of Assistant Principal of Faculty and Instruction at Santa Margarita Catholic High School. This is a wonderful opportunity to challenge myself in a new position. One of my dreams has been to work with new teachers and create a mentor program. I see this as the chance to continue to grow and truly be a lifelong learner. This was not an easy decision. I have spent much time in prayer. This is God’s hand guiding me to the next chapter of my life. How do I thank you for the amazing journey we have shared? Words will never do justice to the love and gratitude that is in my heart. It has been an honor and a privilege to work with all of you. I have learned so much from each of you. Rosary has been and will continue to be a great school for young women. The future is bright for RHS and I am excited to watch it grow and flourish over the next 50 years. I am excited to watch my goddaughters mature as they continue their journey at RHS. As many of you know, I have always been passionate about Rosary and the young women and families I have had the good fortune to serve. My new colors may be blue and gold, but I will forever bleed Red & Gold. In the words of e.e. cummings, “I carry your heart with me (I carry it in my heart) I am never without it (anywhere I go you go, my dear).” Goodbyes are not the end. They simply mean I’ll miss you. Know that I am only a phone call or email away. You will all be in my prayers. All my love,
Andrea Barclay ’94 will leave Rosary after 14 years of service as a
member of Rosary’s faculty. At a recent end-of-year luncheon, Mr. Tom Tice, Jr. spoke about Ms. Barclay. “In 1889, Gustave Eiffel finished his tower that was erected to mark the entryway to the Paris World’s Fair. The original plan called for it to be dismantled after the fair’s conclusion. That didn’t happen, and Eiffel actually had a permit for 20 more years, but the Eiffel Tower proved so popular and so useful that it has remained in Paris all these years. Just before the millennium, the London Eye ferris wheel was erected on the banks of the Thames. It too was supposed to have a limited run, remaining for only a year. As you all know, the London Eye is one of Europe’s most popular attractions and one of the icons of the London skyline. Coincidentally, just before the millennium, Andrea Barclay returned from her college career at Cal Berkeley as a fresh-faced, eager, energetic alumna of Rosary. Everyone who knew her or who met her at the time knew that she was too talented a writer to remain at Rosary for long. She had creative aspirations beyond teaching, and she had talent that was hard to contain to academia or limit to a classroom. Well, amazingly, Andrea has spent 14 years as one of the landmarks of Rosary, changing the landscape, altering the skyline. It’s hard to quantify her impact, but we’re certain that her absence will be as noticeable as if the Eiffel Tower suddenly vanished from Paris, or the London Eye from the banks of the Thames. During May every year, seniors usually ask me, “Are you going to miss us?” . . . and I always say no, you’re ready, you’ve outgrown us, it’s time to challenge yourself somewhere else. Well, I felt the same way about Andrea after just a couple years -- It’ll be sad not to see her as often, but it’s time, and I’m happy that she’ll be pursuing the same dreams that she has inspired her students to pursue -- to be the best version of herself that it’s possible to become. Will London still be London? and will Paris still be Paris? and can Rosary still be Rosary without Andrea Barclay? Well, we can -- but it won’t be the same.” – Tom Tice, Jr. We wish Ms. Barclay the best of luck in her new adventures!
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Flashy rings and shiny things Katie Webb ’03 has managed to incorporate her volunteer life as a director of Camp ReCreation into
her busy schedule as owner of the popular event planning firm Intertwined, Inc. She attributes much of her success and her commitment to “give back” to her development at Rosary High School.
When did you become interested in event planning? I’ve always had a passion for being a part of events. From being on the Rosary Day committee Junior year, to a Red & Gold captain, my passion started at Rosary and continued to grow while at San Diego State University in my sorority, Pi Beta Phi. After finding out there was a degree in event planning through the Hospitality and Tourism Management Department, I immediately signed up and began studying the behind the scenes of event planning. I was lucky enough to get two amazing internships my junior and senior year in college which solidified my love for planning. After I graduated, I got a job working with American Express planning events for Fortune 500 companies such as Allergan, Intel, and Motorola. It wasn’t until a few of my friends started getting married that I realized my true love for events was in the wedding industry. What inspired you to start your own business? My dad always told me growing up that you have the most control of your future when you worked for yourself. After meeting my current business partner, Meghan, I knew I had found someone with the same passion and motivation that I had to build my dream career and future. After working in corporate America for three years, I knew I wasn’t someone who could follow all the processes and procedures and be forced to think inside the box. Meghan and I started Intertwined Events, our special event planning company, in 2009 and never looked back. Together, we’ve been able to accomplish so much; we consistently push each other to be better and I know our success has been in our teamwork.
How many Rosary weddings and event have you overseen? Is there a special connection? To date, we have planned 17 Rosary girls’ weddings from the classes of 2000 to 2009. There’s a special connection with a past Rosary grad and the instant connection we have once we start reminiscing about our days on Acacia! This past month we had the opportunity to plan a wedding with a Rosary grad, Sarah Toner ’96, as the florist. It’s amazing the connections we make and the opportunity to not only plan someone’s day, but work with other Rosary alumnae as vendors and teammates on event days!
Krissi (Kirschner) ’02 and Clark Fritchle
How did you first become involved with Camp ReC? What is the Rosary connection to Camp Rec? The sophomore Spanish teacher at Rosary, Mary Murphy, was the current director, and wanted to recruit more Rosary girls to participate. I have an uncle with Cerebral Palsy and wanted to know what his life might be like since he was in Canada and I didn’t have a chance to really be with him. I thought it would be a one summer thing, which now, 14 years later, I can’t imagine my life without. How many Rosary students participate in Camp ReC? Every year we recruit students at Rosary. We typically have at least 2-3 new Rosary girls, and up to 10 alumnae at a time on campus. What is your position with Camp ReC? Meghan, my business partner, and I currently volunteer as the Directors of ReCreation Camp. The camp is actually where we met and our first “job” together. After we become the Directors and
Favorite Rosary memory? Red & Gold, of course! My best friend, Colleen Farrell ’03, and I became close during our junior year as fashion captains for the Red team. We were in the same class,
but had different groups of friends and hadn’t ever really formed a friendship. Red & Gold allowed us to actually build a strong friendship, which forever changed my life. I’m so blessed to have had the experience to meet so many amazing friends at Rosary, many of whom I am still friends with today! How has Rosary influenced you? The girls I met during my time there helped to shape me into the person I am today. My best girlfriends are all from here: Brianna Beverage ’03, Ally Basehart ’03, Colleen Farrell ’03, Noelle Hanyak ’03 and so many more. I’m always told by people outside my Rosary friends that I have the most girlfriends and the strongest relationships... it all relates back to Rosary. Of course Mrs. Bangs will always hold a special place in my heart. Kairos was another life altering experience at Rosary and Mrs. Bangs was a huge part of that. I grew up so much that year and will forever be in debt to Mrs. Bangs for helping to facilitate that growth and get me through so many changes in my life that year.
Pictured: Noelle (Hanyak) ’03 (top) and Steven Sage
Brooke (Beverage) ’06 (bottom) and Kory Hoeryz
planned the first year’s camps, we knew we were a dynamic team and needed to do more! We currently plan five different camps throughout the year including the fundraising, volunteer recruitment, planning, and logistics of the camps.
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Red & Gold 2014
This year’s Red & Gold production couldn’t have been more appropriately titled – “When the Dust Settles…” Thank you to our alumnae who came out to attend the show with their families and friends. The students and faculty truly appreciated the outpouring support of love and well wishes from our alumnae community.
The following alumnae have daughters in the incoming freshman class:
Martha Schaner Walswich ’76 – Catherine Mary Walswick Sylvia Gutierrez Nye ’82 – Madelyn Caley Nye Erin Martin Johnnie ’83 – Christine Marie Johnnie Lorine Schoeman Gloady ’84 – Christina Joanne Gloady Brenda Bench Ruffier ’84 – Chloe Amanda Ruffier Mary Faley Viggiano ’86 – Alison Kathleen Viggiano Suzanne Cios Martin ’87 – Shelby Taylor Martin Can Bystedt Spieckerman ’87 – Kara Camille Spieckerman Carolyn Lissik Faber ’88 – Alexa Christine Faber and Krista Marie Faber Mikki LeVecke Hansen ’91 –Lauren K. Hansen
SAVE THESE DATES! September 17, 2014 – Celebration of Life October 10, 2014 – Rosary Day November 15, 2014 – Cracked Crab November 28, 2014 – Alumnae Basketball Game December 6, 2014 – Breakfast with Santa December 12, 2014 – Feast of our Lady of Guadalupe December 20, 2014 – Alumnae Soccer Game December 20, 2014 – Alumnae Water Polo Game January 17, 2015 – Red Wine & Gold March 13-14, 2015 – Red & Gold March 31, 2014 – Career Day May 21, 2015 – Mass of Thanksgiving/ Alumnae Initiation Want to attend an event on campus? Contact Debbie Meck-Loughran ’87 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building their legacy
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Payton Lawton ’14, Kaitlin Cochran Johnson ’05, Coach Tom Tice
She’s no stranger to success...
...and Rosary softball alumna Kaitlin Cochran Johnson ’05 has another title to add to her impressive list of honors. Johnson was recently inducted into the OC Softball Hall of Fame during the 15th annual OC Coaches Softball All-Star showcase at Bill Barber Park. Johnson had a stellar career at Rosary where she was a three-time All-County selection. During her senior season, she was named the Serra League MVP and she was first team All-State and first team All-American. She went on to play at Arizona State where she was named Pac-10 Newcomer of the Year and then Pac-10 Player of the Year as a sophomore, junior, and senior. She was a four-time first team All-American. Cochran won the NCAA national batting title when she hit .492 as a sophomore and she was the USA Softball National Collegiate Player of the Year as a senior and then was drafted No. 1 overall by Washington in the 2009 NPF Draft. She helped the USA national team win the 2011 World Cup of Softball.
Benson ’00 named MAAC Coach of the Year The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) named Head Coach Natalie Golda Benson ’00 as the 2014 Anaconda Sports MAAC Coach of the Year, as voted by the league’s head coaches. Benson, in her first season as the head coach of Marist College, led her program to an overall record of 19-16, including a 10-2 mark in the MAAC, en route to earning the second seed in the 2014 MAAC Women’s Water Polo Championship. She is a two-time Olympic medal winner, an integral part of the 2004 USA water polo team who brought home the bronze and the 2008 team, who were the silver medalists. In addition she has been named a World Champion, NCAA Champion, Peter J. Cutino Award winner (Heisman Trophy of water polo), Pac-10 Medal Recipient, and Collegiate All-American. She also works with the Olympic Development Program (ODP) for USA Water Polo. In 2011 she was honored with the Doc Hunkler Distinguished Women’s Coaching Award.
Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony This annual event recognizes alumnae and individuals with outstanding athletic achievements or contributions to Rosary athletics.
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 Rosary High School Karcher Center 1340 N. Acacia Avenue Fullerton, California 92831 5:30-6:30 p.m. Reception 6:30 p.m. Dinner
Laura Fulton Mountcastle ‘97 Soccer and softball
Julie Luna Henriquez ‘96 Softball and basketball
1984 CIF Champion Softball Team
Available online at www.rosaryhs.org/walloffame
Sarah Belavic Pflueger ‘98 Basketball and track
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Christa Chase Williams teaches middle school at La Purisima Catholic School in Orange, California. She works alongside Rosary alumna Becky Snow Spears ’87 and former Rosary principal, Annette Zaleski. Christa’s daughter is Paige Williams, Class of 2012.
Members of the Class of 1969 enjoy a mini-reunion at Olvera Street in Los Angeles.
Whitney Stokes, former CEO of Hermes Airline
Jet Company, is enjoying life in NYC. She owns RWA Holdings Corporation, the parent company of WWaterWorks, a beverage company which is currently going into production – so keep a look out!
Jennifer McDonnell Klingler, Jennifer Bright , Lynette Solerno Culver, and Mary Ann Myers
at the Class of 1988 reunion at the District Lounge in Orange.
Michele McCarthy Whitecavage ’98, Julie Luna Henriquez ’94, and Nicola Walsh Huerta ’94, all former Rosary softball teammates, pose with their daughters and future Royals (L-R) Kinsley, Raquel, Lily, and Hayden, who play for the “Sassy Sluggers.”
Dr. Gwendolyn Dolske embraces classmate Angela Armen Nichter at the inaugural Royal Scholars
Basketball alumna Romina Bollini came out to support Rosary at the annual Royal Golf Classic & Dinner on March 10, 2014. She poses with current basketball players.
Lesley Fulton snaps a picture with her mom before
Allison Stearman Gilbert married Andrew Gilbert
Dinner. Dr. Dolske was the keynote speaker at the event honoring students who ranked in the top 10% of their class and/or achieved AP Scholar recognition.
the Mother-Daughter Mass and May Crowning at Rosary.
on February 8, 2014 at Villa Sevillano in Carpinteria, CA.
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Emily Hein Egkan married Colby Egkan on June
29, 2013 at St. Timothy’s in Laguna Niguel. The reception was held at Marbella Country Club in San Juan Capistrano.
Amy Northrop is continuing her education at
’10 Tara Campbell is on the campaign trail for
State Assembly Candidate Ling-Ling Chang. She coordinated an event with The Women of Yorba Linda and CWLA Political Action Committee at the Dry Lounge in Yorba Linda owned by alumnae parent, Lorrie Brennan, mother of Skyler Paul ’08.
Boston College. After a year of working as the Assistant Director of Campus Ministry at Rosary, Amy is off to pursue her Master’s degree in Divinity Studies.
Courtney Cox is a production assistant for
the show Making the Team: The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders. She runs social media, performs general office duties such as making runs, helps coordinate set operations, assists producers with creative/ script elements and interacts with DCC staff to execute producer directives. She attends Southern Methodist University.
Michelle Matsuba (above) is the star of Harvard University’s charity fashion show ELEGANZA which
benefits the Boston charity Teen Empowerment. It is one of the largest student events at Harvard, annually selling out with 2000+ students and VIPs in attendance. The event’s mission is focused on diversity and charity, celebrating different cultures, backgrounds, and forms of expressions.
Megan Wesseln attends UCLA and recently won the CASE ASAP District VII Award for
Outstanding Student Leader. The CASE ASAP District Awards highlight the achievements of an individual student, adviser program, or outstanding organization. The awards are presented annually at each of the eight CASE ASAP district conferences. She is now in the running for the national award, which will be determined and announced at the CASE ASAP National Conference in St. Louis this August. Megan serves on the UCLA Student Alumni Association Board of Directors and the Executive Director of Bruin Spirit.
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Members of Rosary’s classes of 2010 and 2011 participated in UCLA’s Dance Marathon– a campus-wide event that raises awareness and money for those infected and affected by HIV/ AIDS. The organization’s goal is to find a cure to have an AIDSfree generation and to also eliminate the stigma associated with the disease. As a UCLA community, hundreds of students take a literal stand and fight to end Pediatric HIV/AIDS. This year the group raised $445,019 and in the past 13 years of this event have raised over $3.5 million dollars for the cause and beneficiaries like the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, UCLA AIDS Institute, and Project Kindle.
Mary Nagel ’10 (top) “Dance Marathon has been one of my
favorite events to participate in at UCLA! Getting to wear crazy costumes, dance at 4:30 in the morning, and compete in fun competitions is really so unique. As a three year dancer I have learned so much about Pediatric AIDS and feel lucky to help such a worthy cause. Dancing for over a day is pretty insane, but taking a literal stand with thousands of your schoolmates really makes you feel like you’re making a difference.”
Alex Collell ’11
(middle) is a junior at UCLA. She serves on the Dance Marathon University Relations committee – encouraging involvement from alumni and clubs on campus through outreach and hosting an alumni banquet. “It has further connected me to the UCLA community through a cause I am passionate about. I’m thankful to have met awesome people and stayed close to old friends, including Sarah Pontius.”
Sarah Pontius ’11 (bottom) is a junior at UCLA and is in her second
year on the Pediatric AIDS Coalition committee for Dance Marathon. Her job was to make sure that the Greek community was involved in the event. “It was a blast, and I am so thankful for the awesome people on my committee like Alex Collell for getting me through it!”
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All in the family
ur love for everything weddings has truly evolved over the years and we thought it was time to finally share with all of you!” Combining their passions for events and styling, Salma Bushala-Hamud, who attended Rosary from ’70-’73, along with her daughters Ali Boulger ’08 and Emily Kouri ’05, decided to create a space where brides can glam up their wedding day looks. From working in the industry for a combined decade, the three quickly noticed that there weren’t many places for fashionable brides to try things on, accessorize their gorgeous gowns, and get styled from headpiece to heels. Two’s Company is a bridal fashion boutique specializing in high fashion bridal wear and custom pieces. The boutique offers services for brides, mothers of the bride and groom, bridesmaids, engagements, engagement shoots, events, weddings, and special occasions. Be sure to make a statement on your big day and be Styled by TC!
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13031 Newport Ave, Suite 114 Tustin, CA 92780 714.544.1922 www.styledbytc.com email@example.com
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Support Rosary through the Annual Fund
What is the Annual Fund? Why should I participate? For the last 49 years Rosary High School has provided faith-based education for more than 5,000 young women.The unique Rosary education empowers students to become holistic individuals who think critically, communicate effectively, and embody their religious faith as they serve the greater community. As the result of the generosity of so many, Rosary has been able to grow and develop a quality faculty, foster education beyond the classroom, and mold independent, self-motivated thinkers. The Annual Fund is the bridge between the actual cost of a Rosary education and income received through tuition and fees. Monies raised through the Annual Fund ensure Rosaryâ€™s success as an institution of greater learning and its commitment to help each student maximize her potential. If you would like to learn more about the Annual Fund and celebrate the spirit of Rosary, please contact Debbie Meck-Loughran â€™87 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay in the know with Rosary High School through our our website and social media accounts.
Sr. Anne Lynch, CSJ
Our beloved teacher and friend Sr. Anne Lynch, CSJ entered eternal life on February 11, 2014. Sr. Anne taught at Rosary from 1983-1990. To say Sr. Anne was unforgettable is an understatement. Her one woman production of Macbeth is legendary! She had a special affinity for dinosaurs. Dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes filled her Rosary classroom. Whenever she was asked how she was doing, she would respond with, “I’m flourishing.” Some of her former Rosary students recall: “My favorite example of the power and style of Sr. Anne’s teaching was her one-woman performance of Macbeth for the class.” “She really was an outstanding teacher. Do you remember when she brought in as a guest speaker the woman who had been in the Dutch Resistance? That was one of the most profound experiences of my life.” “Her great smile, her mannerisms, her way with words, her unique style that we all loved. Thank you to a great teacher, both in and out of the classroom.” “ ‘Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, creeps in this petty pace from day to day, to the last syllable of recorded time...’ All these years later, and I can still recite that soliloquy. RIP Sr. Anne.” “The righteous are planted in the house of the Lord; they flourish in the courts of our God” – Psalms 92:13
Edgar Frank Reuter (P) Joan McDevitt (P) Sheila Mash ’81 Eileen McCoy ’81 Marguerite “Milo” LeVecke (GP) Laurence L. Curran, Jr. (P) Jim Nuckolls (P) Nancy Clough – mother of Mr. Brian Clough, math teacher (P) = Parent (G) = Grandparent