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Saint Mark’s High School

POSTMARK A Magazine for Alumni, Parents, and Friends

Lucy O’Donnell ‘73

Deb Buchler ‘73

Fall/Winter 2019

Pauline Citro DeAscanis Marie McCann Graney ‘73

Joe Dawson ‘73


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A Message from the Principal

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50th Anniversary Events

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50 Years of Saint Mark’s History

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Spartan Legacy Through the Generations

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One Small Step

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Annual Fund

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A Vision for Saint Mark’s High School

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Athletic Hall of Fame Induction

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Current Student News

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Staff News

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Alumni News

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Retirees & Rememberances

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Honor Roll of Donors

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Events Calendar

COVER IMAGE: (Left to right) Lucy O’Donnell ‘73, Deb Buchler ‘73, Pauline Citro DeAscanis, Marie McCann Graney ‘73, & Joe Dawson ‘73

Has your contact information changed? Send your name, class year, and updated information to The Office of Advancement and Alumni at advancementalumni@stmarkshs.net to connect with your Spartan Family. CONTENT CONTRIBUTORS: Thomas S. Fertal, Francis Corrigan, Peter V. Curcio, Danielle Donaghy, Kristen Sullivan, Sue Garrett

Saint Mark’s High School 2501 Pike Creek Road • Wilmington, DE 19808 Phone: 302.738.3300

@SaintMarksHS


2019-2020 Administration Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly Bishop, Catholic Diocese of Wilmington Thomas S. Fertal Principal Francis Corrigan, Assistant Principal, Mission and Academics Diane Casey, Assistant Principal, Student Affairs Peter Curcio, Director of Advancement

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Danielle Donaghy, Director of Marketing & Communications Rob DeMasi ‘09, Director of Admissions

50th Anniversary Events

ADVIS0RY BOARD MEMBERS: Mrs. Mary Liz Biddle PNC BANK Mrs. Patricia M. Curtin White, MD ‘76 Christiana Care Health System

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Mr. Michael Freda EDiS Very Rev. Joseph J. Piekarski, V.F. Pastor, St. John the Beloved Parish Mr. James Groff Brandywine Chrysler Jeep Car Dealership Mr. Stephen Hyde H.F.M. Investment Advisors Mr. Stewart Lee Howard Bank Mr. Christopher Locke, Esq. Lang Development Group

50 Years of Saint Mark’s History

Mr. Robert Mosch Retired CPA Mr. Brian Murray ‘75 Brian T. Murray, P.A. Ms. Charisse Rodgers ‘86 Independent Consultant Mr. Robert Teeven ‘82 Self Employed

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Saint Mark’s, college-preparatory coeducational Catholic high school, inspires young men and women to create a better world, one more pleasing to God and more helpful to others, by modeling faith, excellence, humility, and integrity.


Message from the Principal

Dear Spartan Community – Happy Anniversary! Our 50th Anniversary Year is off to a tremendous start! From the opening Mass and school blessing with the Bishop to a wonderful homecoming weekend and (more than) sold out golf outing, the “Spartan Spirit” is alive and well. I encourage each and every one of you to peruse the anniversary calendar for the year and block out some time to attend one or more of the great events yet to come. It truly is a great time to be a Spartan and I invite you to join me in this year-long celebration. I also want to convey a heart-felt “thank you” to the countless alums, parents, current and former staff members, board members, friends and others who have welcomed me so warmly to the Spartan family. As I travel about and meet with people I am continuously struck – and inspired – by the genuine love for Saint Mark’s. This is truly a family, built on 50 years of tradition and excellence, and hopeful for and committed to the next 50. To this end, a number of initiatives and planning sessions are underway to ensure a bright future for Saint Mark’s. To make this happen will require everyone to consider their own commitment of stewardship to the school. Yes, the continued success of Saint Mark’s High School relies on your gifts of time, talent and treasure. Attend the events, serve on a planning team or support the Annual Fund. Better yet, do all three! So many have already done so. To you I say, “Thank you!” To those who have not I say, “You are invited!” I am humbled by the opportunity to serve as Principal. I am blessed to work with such a committed faculty and staff in a community of tremendous students. I am encouraged by the passion for Saint Mark’s I have found in all of our constituents. Be assured of my commitment to the history, the legacy and the future of this institution we appropriately refer to as “home.” Faithfully,

Mr. Thomas S. Fertal Principal

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50th Anniversary Events OPENING SCHOOL LITURGY On September 6, 2019 Saint Mark’s kicked off our 50th Anniversary year of events with our Opening School Liturgy. The morning began with the entire school community, guests, concelebrating priests, and Bishop Malooly outside of the school entrance for a blessing of our building. Everyone raised their arms in participation to bless our school for our 50th year. Mass was then celebrated by Bishop Malooly where we reverently gathered. During Mass we also held our installation of student council. At the conclusion of Mass our honored guests were invited to a reception where past graduates, retired teachers, parents, friends, and our community celebrated together.

FIRST DAY OF SMHS PARTY To commemorate the very first day Saint Mark’s opened its doors to students Saint Mark’s held our First Day of SMHS Party! Our Spartan family enjoyed a day of fun to celebrate our school’s 50th Birthday! The day was filled with games, a cutting of the 50th Anniversary cake by Saint Mark’s faculty William Eichinger and John Fiorelli, each with many years of service to the school, a Happy Birthday song led by our Principal, Mr. Fertal, with his guitar, and most importantly, memories that will last a lifetime! 04


UNDER THE TENT On September 6, 2019 our Saint Mark’s HS Parent Association celebrated UNDER THE TENT before our Spartan’s home opening football game against Conrad Schools of Science. It was the second event in celebration of our 50th Anniversary. Attendees united high above Spartan Stadium for music, food, refreshments, games, and more fun, as we warmly welcomed our new families to the Spartan community!

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HOMECOMING Saint Mark’s celebrated Homecoming 2019 with a weekend of fun! The weekend kicked off with the Alumni Homecoming Event under the tent with food and gathering of old friends. Then everyone proceeded to the Homecoming football game. The Saint Mark’s band, cheerleaders, and choir were all present as well as the Homecoming court where the king and queen were crowned during the event and Saint Mark’s took home the win. The weekend concluded with our Homecoming Dance with a “Dancing Through the Decades” theme.

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GOLF OUTING Saint Mark’s 50th Anniversary Golf Outing was held at Hartefeld National in Avondale, PA and was an event to celebrate! The sold out event included 32 foursomes of golfers who participated in a fun day with beautiful weather, free gifts, a breakfast buffet, and more. The event included a shoot-out for $50,000, dice game, and putt-off for $5,000. After golf the fun continued with a silent auction and dinner. Awards and prizes were handed out at the end of the night for the tournament winners.

Tournament Winners

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50 Years of Saint Mark’s History

1969 Saint Mark’ s opens its doors for the first students

1985 • Saint Mark’s adds computer room • First Place - Science Olympiad, Academic High School Bowl, Math League, Calculator Contest, Olympia Scholastic Typing Contest • All-State Band, All-State Chorus, All-State Orchestra, All-State Jazz Band • Touch-Love Award (Blue-Gold)

1973 Saint Mark’s wins first of many championships with our football team defeating Dickinson 23-7

1973 Saint Mark’s holds first graduation on June 1, 1973. Diplomas were presented to 317 graduates.

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1991 Saint Mark’s begins Hall of Honors with the first inductees being Steve Watson ‘75, Pauline Citro DeAscanis, and Henry Gambacorta

1993 Z-Club honors Saint Mark’s with a statue of our patron saint in our courtyard for our 25th Anniversary

1987 Saint Mark’s receives portrait of St. Francis de Sales, patron of the Wilmington Diocese


2012 The front entranceway is demolished and reconstructed. New lights are installed in the stadium, as well as new grass surfaces and four scoreboards grace our playing fields.

2017 Over the summer the Rachael M. Ali library was renovated. New carpets, fresh paint, and new furniture were some of the great alterations to create a more modern feel.

1995 The school’s campus and facilites receive their first major renovation as part of the Silver Anniversary Capital Campaign made possible thanks to charitable supporters.

2013 Newly renovated, state-of-the-art science labs were constructed. The iPad initiative is initiated, being the first class to have the tablet computer in class. The Anna V. Graham theatre is also updated with a new sound system and seating. The gym floor is revamped and named after long-time coach and athletic director, Mr. Tom Rosa, who retired in 2011. 2006 The Catholic Diocese Foundation contributes land for the construction of a new field hockey and lacrosse field and new soccer fields. A new weight and fitness room, baseball dugouts, and softball dugouts are also installed. 2010 The fine arts rooms receive upgrades and now encompass two multipurpose studios for art students.

2018 Saint Mark’s art students created an icon of our patron saint that hangs by the main office for all to view when you visit the school. 09


Spartan Legacy Through the Generations When alumni and their children both attend Saint Mark’s they join our legacy. Saint Mark’s Class of 2019 added many to our Spartan legacy.

Krysia Tramont ‘87 & Kacey Tramont ’19 10

Kelly Teeven-Ralsten ‘86 & Lance Ralsten ’19

Madison Saunders ’19 & Steve Saunders ‘96


Kacey Tramont ’19 & Krysia Tramont ‘87 Ty Jackson Weir ’19 & Marian Weir ‘88 William Tyler Westergard ’19 & Patricia Marie Westergard ‘87 Mikaela Feldmann ’19 & Michelle Feldmann ’85 (mom) Gavin Turner ’19 & Stephanie Stellini-Turner ‘87 Chase Blum ’19 with Denise Arroyo-Blum ’89 & Chris Blum ‘86 Brianna Beamer ’19 & Renee Beamer ‘88 Danny Callihan ‘19 & Joe Tabasso ‘84 Matt Sinko ’19 & John Sinko ‘79 Jimmy Paoli ’19 with Ann Lloyd ’90 and Jim Paoli ‘84 Wylan Skurla ’19 & Marc Skurla ‘93

Austin Warrington ‘18, Hunter Warrington ’19 & Karen Warrington ’87

Annmarie Pepeta ’19 & Elizabeth Pepeta ‘88 Hunter Warrington ’19 with Karen Warrington ’87 & Austin Warrington ‘18 Colin O’Brien ’19 & Karen O’Brien ‘85 Madison Saunders ’19 & Steve Saunders ‘96 Madelyn McCarter ’19 & Nicole McCarter ‘91 Rachel Miriello ’19 & Laurie Miriello ‘79 Justin Pepe ’19 & Michele Bossl Pepe ‘81 Joshua Schipper ’19 & Heather McClellan-Schipper ‘82 Lance Ralsten ’19 & Kelly Teeven-Ralsten ‘86 Emma Lank ’19 & Agnes Saxton ‘90 Matthew Johnson ’19 & Anne Kacmarcik Johnson ’91 Michael Williams Jr. ’19 & Michael Williams ‘85

Denise Arroyo-Blum ’89, Chase Blum ’19, & Chris Blum ‘86

Jimmy Paoli ’19 with Ann Lloyd ’90 and Jim Paoli ‘84

Rachel Miriello ’19 & Laurie Miriello ‘79

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O N E

S M A L L

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by Thomas J. Lemon ’73 On July 20, 1969 an American astronaut took perhaps the most

King parish that worked to solicit gifts for the campaign.

famous ‘step’ in world history. With over half a billion people watching on TV back on Earth, Apollo 11 Commander, Neil

Bishop Hyle and the Diocesan Superintendent of Schools,

Armstrong slowly descended the ladder on the Lunar Landing

Rev. Howard T. Clark, selected Fr. James T. Delaney to be the

Module (known as the ‘LEM’) towards the moon. Stepping on

first principal of the new high school. Delaney, originally from

to the lunar surface, he famously said for all the world to hear,

Chester, PA accepted this new assignment to lead the effort to

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.”

begin what would become Saint Mark’s High School.

Mankind had, for the first time, broken the bounds of earth and stepped onto our nearest

Groundbreaking for the new

celestial body.

school, situated off the Kirkwood Highway on Henderson (now

The moon landing in 1969 was

Pike Creek) Road, was held

a culmination of years of work.

on December 18, 1967. Sadly,

This effort was stimulated by

Bishop Hyle was gravely ill and

the leadership of President John

unable to attend the ground-

F. Kennedy who pledged to put

breaking of the high school that

a man on the moon before the

he had founded. However, on

end of the 60s. He was bold and

his deathbed he penned words,

prescient in issuing this challenge

read at the ground-breaking, that

that would take the dedicated

would live on in the hearts and

and collective effort of many at

minds of the Saint Mark’s and

NASA and beyond to become a

Diocesan community forever.

reality.

Foreseeing not only the first graduates, but every graduating

I suspect many of my classmates

class, the bishop wrote that

were watching that historic

students should “go forth from

event on that warm July night in

this school to create a better

1969. At that time, the historic

world, more pleasing to God and

first class (of what was originally

more helpful to man.”

called the ‘new Diocesan High School’) was poised to take

Fast forward to the fall of 1968.

another historic step. The St.

Fr. Delaney, armed only with

Mark’s Class of 1973 was less

a slide projector and a dream

than two months away from becoming the first class to enter

of the first Diocesan high school, set forth on the journey to

the first Diocesan high school in the history of the Diocese of

recruit the first group of students who would have the honor to

Wilmington.

begin this historic venture. I remember Father Delaney coming to Christ Our King School that fall to make his presentation.

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After much careful planning and under the leadership of Bishop

I was instantly sold by the passion and charism of the new

Michael W. Hyle, the Diocese had launched an ambitious

principal and the excitement of having the opportunity to help

capital campaign in 1966. The purpose of the campaign was

begin the new school. The coed high school would feature an

to raise funds for several projects, including the first Diocesan

extensive campus, innovative academic programming geared

high school. Hyle showed courageous vision in launching

to student ability in specific subjects, ambitious programming

this campaign, which would seek the support of parishes and

in the arts, athletics, and service. Most importantly, the school

parishioners across the Diocese of Wilmington. My father,

would feature religious women from several orders living in the

Charles C. Lemon, Sr. was a member of a team from Christ Our

convent and would also have several Diocesan priests, ensuring


a strong Catholic identity across every aspect of the school’s

we faced daily. We were having such a great time as 9th

programming.

graders, we paid no heed to what we didn’t have. No, we didn’t have varsity athletics yet, but we did have freshman teams,

As the first day of school approached, construction issues

clad yes, in hunter green and white. We had a ‘can do’ spirit and

caused delays. In mid-September, with Saint Mark’s not close to

relished our roles as the pioneering class of Saint Mark’s.

being finished, the first class met for two weeks in the church hall and temporary classrooms at St. Catherine of Siena parish.

AND we had a Pep Rally one afternoon before a freshman

The ‘pioneers’ were not to be deterred in their quest to start

football game. I will never forget the closing words of Fr.

this historic venture that we know as St. Mark’s. In a sense, we

Delaney’s remarks, “Our players do not have their names on

were in our own ‘LEM’, patiently, preparing for the final descent

the back of their jerseys like the pros. They play and represent

to Henderson Road and Saint Mark’s High School.

the name across the front of their uniforms, SAINT MARK’S!” In that moment, Father Delaney brought us together as a class.

On September 30, 1969, the first class, the Saint Mark’s Class

We were no longer St. John’s or Holy Angels, St. Peter New

of 1973 finally ‘landed’ on what for us, was a truly moving and

Castle or Holy Rosary, St. Thomas or St. Peter Cathedral. We

long-awaited day. In us, the words and efforts of Bishop Hyle

WERE SAINT MARK’S. Across a distance of 50 years, it still

and the Diocese of Wilmington became a reality. The first

gives me chills when I reflect on the unifying leadership that Fr.

class, 300 strong, but not yet Spartans (that is for another day)

Delaney showed that day. We WERE SAINT MARK’S!

entered Saint Mark’s. (The school began with just a 9th grade class. Other 9th grade classes would follow us until the school

The small step taken in 1969 by our first class has been echoed

was at full capacity). The school we excitedly entered that

across the decades by many other classes. Certainly winds of

morning was a far cry from the magnificent school and campus

time have whispered on, but clearly our foundation has been

we see today.

laid strong. The words of Bishop Hyle have been fulfilled in the graduates of St. Mark’s who have gone forward to create

The ‘school’ WAS the first floor of the academic building. No

a better world more pleasing to God and more helpful to man.

lockers, paint, or carpet were to be seen. No gym, no theater,

Grads are now leaders across the state, region and nation

and no cafeteria. They were still under construction. No

in business, education, government, science, technology,

athletic fields, scoreboards, or practice fields. Basically St.

athletics, the arts, religious life, and more. Our graduates are

Mark’s was a construction site!

sons and daughters, husband and wives, and moms and dads; some are parents of Saint Mark’s students and graduates; and

Room 152 was the ‘office’. The ONLY office for faculty,

yes, some of us are grandparents now.

counselors, and administrators combined. Room 151 was the boys’ locker room. Another ‘room’ in the 140s corridor was

The dream of Saint Mark’s is alive and well after 50 years. This

the library. There was no bell system. Classes changed when

is thanks to early leaders and visionaries, like Bishop Hyle and

an administrator would bang with a hammer on a not-yet-

Fr. Delaney and every bishop and principal over the last 50

working fire bell. We ate lunch, which we brought every day,

years. And thanks to every member of the faculty and staff and

in the hallways at what is now Room 125 and 135. For physical

to each student and to every parent who have been integral

education we rolled out mats in still uncompleted rooms on

parts of the Saint Mark’s High School family.

the 2nd floor or took an old bus to the Western YMCA for swimming classes. Our first Christmas Concert, “A Glorious

As to the future … it is now in the hands of the current school

Refrain,” was held at Dickinson High School, and our first spring

leadership and in the Classes of 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023

musical, “Bye Bye Birdie,” was staged on tables tied together in

and beyond. To echo President Kennedy again, the torch has

the cafeteria. The basketball team practiced at Ferris School.

been passed to you, and working together, you can forge the future of Saint Mark’s. Certainly there are challenges to face

Reflecting back 50 years, there was a lot that we didn’t have

and to overcome, though they are much different than those

when Saint Mark’s opened. But perhaps more important was

faced in the early years. We are excited to share our pioneering

what we DID have. The Class of 1973, through the myriad

spirit with you, in this exciting moment and into the future.

challenges of opening Saint Mark’s, forged a unique and lasting

Current Spartans, what is your ‘moonshot’? We look forward

class spirit, embodied in our class motto, appropriately, “Always

to the next 50 years, in joyful anticipation of your stellar

Remember Those Who Came First.” The faculty, staff, and

achievements.

students bonded to work together to overcome the hardships

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A N N U A L

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Why is the Saint Mark’s Annual Fund Important? Donations to the Saint Mark’s Annual Fund have a direct impact on each student at Saint Mark’s. Gifts to the Annual Fund provide the critical, current-use, and unrestricted dollars the school needs to: • sustain the student experience • maintain our campus • provide support to the areas of greatest need The Annual Fund serves as the philanthropic foundation of giving in support of the school mission. Tuition covers only 85% of the annual budget and we look to other sources, including the Annual Fund, to make up the difference. Saint Mark’s relies on unrestricted annual contributions to provide educational resources not covered by tuition alone. Simply stated, Saint Mark’s could not operate without generous support from alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends. Your gift to the Annual Fund is an investment in the future of Saint Mark’s High School and the students we serve.

As members of the business community, we cannot put a value on the impact that Saint Mark’s has had throughout the State of Delaware and beyond, since opening their doors almost 50 years ago. The community has benefitted from Saint Mark’s graduates at all levels through business, innovation, and enterprise. You can support Saint Mark’s in many ways that include sponsorships of our events, arts, and athletics, while also promoting your business. -Bob Sonchen ‘91 14


To this day, Saint Mark’s embraces and educates children from a range of backgrounds and provides the compassion and support to realize that all things are possible. At Saint Mark’s, every student is given the tools to prepare for wherever life may lead them. From that first day, Saint Mark’s began laying the foundation for the person I am today, as it has for so many of us. -James M. Lennon ‘91

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A Vision for Saint M Just over 50 years ago, officials of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington put forth a vision. Recognizing the need to educate and form young people as disciples of Jesus Christ and committed to supporting parents in their role as the primary educators of their children, they unveiled the plans for Saint Mark’s High School. Located in the beautiful Pike Creek area of New Castle County, Saint Mark’s was to serve the Catholic community in many ways. Talking about the school in 1967, Father Howard Clark, Diocesan Superintendent,

ecclesiastical charge and mission of Catholic education, have crafted bold plans for renewal that are centered around the core mission of Catholic education. It is fitting, then, that during the 50th anniversary year of the opening of Saint Mark’s High School, a bold and new vision once again be set forth. A vision that will honor the past by renewing the original one of serving as a diocesan hub. A vision that recognizes the accomplishments of the past while setting new goals for the future. A vision that is formed with a keen awareness of the current

stated that “We are not building ‘just a high school,’ rather, we are building a new concept in Catholic education. This facility will serve as a Catholic center of education and cultural activity, catering to the needs of both our adults and our young people.” Other articles in the

A vision statement must clearly delineate what an institution or organization strives to be.

diocesan newspaper described Saint Mark’s as meeting “the total educational needs of our families,” a place for “religious education and instruction for children not attending Catholic school,” and “a center for diocesan and inter-parish meetings, seminars and institutes.”

challenges facing Catholic education and our Church, but that is not hampered by them. What is needed most is a vision that is bold in its expectations, comprehensive in its scope and confident in its ability

Welcoming students for the first time on September 30th, 1969, the opening years were both exciting and challenging. In this issue of the Postmark, Tom Lemon 73’ offers a beautiful, personal reflection on these early years. Thank you, Tom. Saint Mark’s has educated and formed some seventeen thousand young souls over the past 50 years. During this same period, the face of Catholic education has changed dramatically. From the highpoints of enrollment in the 1960’s, where some 5.2 million students attended Catholic schools, national enrollment has shrunk to less than 1.8 million students. Rising tuition, changing population demographics, the rise of private and other schools, decreasing church attendance and a myriad of other factors

to ensure the vitality and vibrancy of Saint Mark’s High School for the future.

Vision is expressed through a vision statement. A vision statement must clearly delineate what an institution or organization strives to be. Though the vision may never be achieved in the practical sense, it becomes the focal point for all activity. Used properly, it becomes the rallying point. It becomes the driving force in every decision. It guides strategy and action. It is reflected in the budget. It becomes the central, agreed-upon “truth” that all members of the team become accountable to. It is the foundation for everything.

have all contributed to this trend. The mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, which traditionally had the densest populations of Catholics and highest number of Catholic schools, have understandably been hit the hardest. Still, stories of schools and school systems being rejuvenated are not uncommon. Schools that have recognized the changing trends, put forth a vision for the future and then displayed

Like most Catholic schools, Saint Mark’s High School has not had a vision statement to date. Crafted in collaboration with the administration and adopted by the Board of Directors, I am pleased to present you, the Spartan community, with the new vision statement of Saint Mark’s High School:

the fortitude to reach for the vision, have been successful. So where are we going? What is the plan – the vision for the next fifty years? Well, I’m glad you’ve asked… Catholic education is a calling, a mission and a ministry. It is not a “business” or “enterprise.” Still, the successful Catholic schools of today are the ones that have adopted the mindsets and practices of other enterprises and institutions and, coupling them with the divine and

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OUR VISION: To serve as the premier center for education and ministry within the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington.


Mark’s High School This statement honors the founding of the school while providing a

who are supported in their endeavors are all elements of being the

clear direction for the future. It is brief and memorable, as a vision

premier center for education.

statement should be. Additionally, each and every term is deliberate and meaningful.

“Ministry” recognizes that we are an institution of faith and that, as such, the formation of disciples is central to what we do and not an

“To serve” acknowledges that we accept the noble role of serving in

afterthought. To be sure, Catholic school enrollment at the national level

this capacity willingly, humbly and passionately. It also indicates to all

has been influenced by overall Church attendance and involvement, or

that we are not about us, rather, we are about them. We serve those

lack thereof. Recognizing this, Saint Mark’s will provide opportunities

under our care and those who avail themselves of the opportunities we

for spiritual growth programs (ministry) for students and adults alike.

provide. It also reminds us that we a part of something bigger, something

Embracing our charge to be “more than a school,” we will play a part in

divine and sacred, and that we pledge to be faithful to the part we play in

spiritual renewal within the Church and specifically within the Catholic

Divine Providence.

Diocese of Wilmington. As the Church goes, so goes Catholic education. To deny this is folly. To recognize this and to respond to it is strategically

“Premier” simply indicates our relentless pursuit of excellence; our

prudent and spiritually sound.

striving to be the best in all that we undertake. During my time speaking with constituents, I have never heard anyone express a desire to be “average” or “mediocre.” The best, however, not in terms of one or two arbitrary measurements, but in terms of the totality of the student experience. When people consider education and ministry (concepts to follow), we want it to be automatic that Saint Mark’s comes to mind

The vision statement… becomes the central, agreed-upon “truth” that all members of the team become accountable to. It is the foundation for everything.

due to our position as the leader in these areas. Our value proposition is that, out of all the possible experiences one can avail themselves of in the region, none is singularly as comprehensive, compelling and

“Within the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington.” We have a prescribed

complete as the Saint Mark’s experience.

region of operation. We have a historical charge of serving the diocese. As such, this element of the vision gives us a specific focus. We will lead

“Center” revitalizes the vision that that the Catholic Diocese of

local renewal efforts. We will collaborate with other churches, schools

Wilmington expressed in 1967. Saint Mark’s was created to serve

and organizations within the CDOW. We will be a resource for all who

the greater Catholic community in many ways. Though the core

labor in the vineyard of the local Church. This was a central tenet of the

mission was to be a secondary school, the serving of younger students,

vision in 1967 and so it shall be again – with renewed commitment.

parents, adults, parishes and other Catholic groups was all part of the vision. The word “center” honors that vision and affirms our desire to

This new vision statement is succinct. It is powerful. It

establish Saint Mark’s as “the” destination for education and ministry.

provides a clear picture of who and what we strive to be. It also makes

We will serve the greater Catholic community – not replacing the

a bold statement as it sums up our value proposition: “The Saint Mark’s

work of parishes or other organizations - but by supporting them and

experience is the finest overall experience in the region.” This is the

cooperating with them in educating and ministering to the students and

Spartan way.

families they serve. I look forward to working with all of you as we passionately and “Education” makes it clear that we are an institution of learning – and

faithfully strive to bring this vision to fruition.

that we are committed to academic excellence in all of our programs. Meeting student needs; providing pathways to college and to meaningful careers; maintaining rigor while expanding opportunities; and maintaining a highly competent, committed and passionate staff

Mr. Thomas S. Fertal Principal

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ATHLETIC HALL OF Celebrate Spartan pride at Saint Mark’s first annual Athletic Hall of Fame. Honor the high school sports legends of the past who have made Saint Mark’s history with their athletic accomplishments.

1985 Volleyball Team

1985 Baseball Team

After a 12-2 regular season, the 1985 Girls Volleyball Team beat defending state champ, Newark HS, as well as A. I. DuPont and Archmere to bring home the first volleyball state championship.

Extensive conditioning, dedicated practice sessions and gritty determination helped the 1985 Baseball Team rally a win in its game against Seaford with a score of 7-1, securing the first baseball state championship in Saint Mark’s history.

1974 Girls Track Team

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The 1974 Girls Track Team will go down in Spartan history as the very first female team to bring home a state championship even though the team did not initially bring home a physical trophy. DIAA did not govern girls’ athletics and awards were not presented in those days.


F FAME INDUCTION

Mike Ramone

Maureen Donovan

Mike Ramone made his mark in Spartan athletics by leading the girls swim team to six consecutive state championships, the longest winning streak for a Catholic High School in state history at the time.

While in high school, Maureen Donovan was a force on the court. She was Delaware Player of the Year for two consecutive years and led the Spartans to many basketball victories including the 1983 state championship.

1986 Boys Soccer Team By winning in a sudden death overtime game against rival Salesianum, Saint Mark’s 1986 Boys Soccer Team earned the school’s first soccer state championship with a 1-0 victory. 19


ATHLETIC HALL OF

1986 Wrestling Team

1983 Girls Basketball Team

Every single athlete on the 1986 Wrestling Team scored a takedown in the state championship match and contributed to winning the first state championship title in the sport for Saint Mark’s.

After hard-fought attempts in 1981 and 1982, the 1983 Girls Basketball Team sealed the deal and won the school’s first state girls basketball championship.

1973 Football Team With only three years of varsity football under its belt, Saint Mark’s established itself as a powerhouse in the sport. The 1973 Football Team showed the world its greatness during a cold December game against Dickinson, coming away with a 23-7 win and the school’s first ever state championship. 20


F FAME INDUCTION

Chuck Hunter A three time All State athlete, Chuck Hunter was part of three championship tournament teams and shined on the football field leading Saint Mark’s to two football championship titles.

Joe O’Neill For forty years, Joe O’Neill coached and mentored athletes who participated in Saint Mark’s Cross Country and Track & Field program. His contributions left a legacy of excellence.

Don Burawski Don Burawski coached Saint Mark’s football from 19711979, posting an extraordinary record of 63-30-1 that included 3 state championships.

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Student News Anna Palm ‘22 Wins Common Wealth Awards Essay Contest On Saturday, April 13, 2019 Saint Mark’s Anna Palm ‘22 attended the Common Wealth Awards Ceremony as one of the winners of this year’s PNC Bank Common Wealth Awards Essay Contest. The black-tie, invite-only gala is a prestigious event where honorees are recognized for their lifetime achievement. Anna was invited to participate in a photo session, dinner, and awards ceremony introducing the 2019 Common Wealth honorees: Pulitzer Prize winner and Presidential Speech Writer Peggy Noonan, actress Diane Keaton, and Captain Sully Sullenberger. The Common Wealth Awards Essay Contest winners are publicly acknowledged at the ceremony as well and have an opportunity to meet and talk with the honorees and get their photo taken with the honoree they wrote about, as well as a group photo with all of the honorees.

Blue Gold Donates to DFRC On Monday, May 6, 2019 Saint Mark’s Blue-Gold made their donation of $5,000 to the DFRC at their monthly meeting. Each year money is raised through the Fashion Show and Blue-Gold week at Saint Mark’s and donated to add to a total of over $500,000 raised for the DFRC since 1983.

Max DiOssi ’22 Featured in The Dialog Saint Mark’s Max DiOssi ’22 was featured in The Dialog article “‘The Way of the Cross’ … ‘Via Crucis’ … presented at St. Anthony of Padua: Photo gallery.” Via Crucis is a living passion play presented every Friday in Lent. Max participated in the Via Crucis presented by St. Anthony of Padua Parish. He has been part of the re-enactment since he was three years old in various parts throughout the years and has been playing a Roman soldier since sixth grade. This year he was the Roman Soldier Christus Guard that leads Jesus to his crucifixion. Photo: The 2nd station Jesus carries the cross during St. Anthony of Padua Church 59th Presentation of the Via Crucis, Friday, April 5, 2019. Photo: Don Blake

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Saint Mark’s at Marydale Retirement Village From Tuesday, July 16 through Thursday, July 18, 2019, twenty-eight Saint Mark’s High School students, plus seven faculty and staff members sacrificed their time so that they could offer service to the residents of Marydale Retirement Village in Newark, Delaware. Marydale, run by the Diocese of Wilmington, provides rental housing for seniors and persons with disabilities. The students washed windows, scoured ovens, cleaned kitchens and bathrooms, weeded, pruned bushes --to name some of the work they did to assist the residents. In all this, the students worked joyfully reflecting Christ’s love in their service to others. The staff at Marydale was thrilled with the work of the students. The staff commented with, “Saint Mark’s has the BEST of the BEST youth! They were so polite, eager to help with the wide variety of jobs, and served with the spirit of Catholic/Christian Stewardship! Many thanks to you and the adults who selflessly gave of their time, talent, and resources!”

Saint Mark’s Students Take National Spelling Bee Championship & Podium Two Saint Mark’s students took the National Spelling Bee podium this year. Sophomore Brandon Ho ’22 earned his way to the top and became our 2019 National Spelling Bee Champion! Following closely was his younger brother and Saint Mark’s freshman Darren Ho ’23 who received bronze.

Saint Mark’s Indoor Dance Team On Saturday, February 16, 2019 the Saint Mark’s Indoor Dance team competed at the Cab Calloway Indoor Competition and received first place!

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Student News Poetry Out Loud Contest 2019 Three talented Spartans Ricky Kiamilev ‘22, Charmaine Pasicolan ‘22, and Brittney Tillman ‘19 competed for the honor of representing Saint Mark’s in the Delaware Poetry Out Loud Contest. We would like to thank these three students for their efforts and congratulate Charmaine on being selected as this year’s school winner. Charmaine competed in the semifinal round of the state contest in Dover on February 5th.

Photo: Left to right: Ricky Kiamilev ‘22, Charmaine Pasicolan ‘22, and Brittney Tillman ‘19

Saint Mark’s Savannah Seemans ‘20 & Abbey Thibodeau ’20 Place at USAV Nationals IN ITS DEBUT SEASON, EAST COAST DELAWARE REACHED THE PODIUM AT USAV NATIONALS THANKS TO A STELLAR PERFORMANCE BY 17-GRANITE! INDIANAPOLIS - We are thrilled to congratulate 17-Granite on a spectacular 3rd place finish atop the podium at USAV Nationals. It was an incredible 9-1 run with everyone playing in top form against the best of the best in the nation. The coaches of the top teams in the 17-National division awarded All-Tournament honors to Savannah Seemans ‘20 for standout performance. Abbey Thibodeau ‘20 also plays on the team and was a big contributor to the success of the season.

William Kinna ‘19 Wins ESU Delaware State Shakespeare Competition For the fourth time in six years, the state champion of the ESU Delaware State Shakespeare Competition is a Saint Mark’s Spartan. On Saturday, February 9 th , William Kinna ’19 impressed the judges with his performance of Benedick’s monologue from Much Ado About Nothing (Act II Scene 3) and Sonnet 62. After being chosen as one of the top three finalists, William secured the win with his portrayal of Martius in a cold reading of his monologue from Coriolanus (Act I Scene 1). We are so proud that he is continuing our tradition of making the words of Shakespeare come alive, and his winning performance highlights the excellence of our academic program and our commitment to the Arts.

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Will Kinna ’19 Played Lead in Romeo & Juliet Saint Mark’s senior Will Kinna ’19 played the lead role of Romeo in the Arden Shakespeare Gild’s production of Romeo & Juliet this summer. The tragedy written by William Shakespeare about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families is being directed by Katie Donovan. Kinna has been an active member of theatre at Saint Mark’s with Romeo & Juliet being his second community theatre experience. He is currently attending Towson University for acting.

Sean Lenderman ‘20 and Michael Ranegan ‘20 help Delaware FC win U17 Championship at Jefferson Cup Saint Mark’s Sean Lenderman ‘20 and Michael Ranegan ‘20 are soccer players who both play for the Delaware FC Boys ‘02 soccer team which competed and won the U17 Championship at Jefferson Cup. Delaware FC 02 Boys (3-0-0, 26 points) not only ended unbeaten, but at the top of the U17 Championship Division. They defeated North Carolina FC 02 ECNL to claim top honors. What made Delaware stand out was their defense. They allowed just one goal and had two clean sheets in three matches, which was the lowest among all Championship Division sides. Delaware FC defeated top 10 Canadian team from Ottawa, #1 ranked team in the US and #1 team from North Carolina. The Jefferson Cup is considered by many the biggest and most competitive tournament in the country with over 352 teams playing and 16 in the top division. This year’s field included the national champions from US Club, US Youth soccer, the defending Jeff Cup champion, the number one ranked team in the US, and a top 10 team from Canada in the Championship Division.

Saint Mark’s Students and Staff Featured in Delaware Today On Monday, March 25, 2019 several Saint Mark’s students and staff were featured in the Delaware Today article “Understanding the College Admissions Process.” The article discussed the search for the perfect college and the process between students and parents. Saint Mark’s Jen Miley ’19 and Zoe Bonitatibus’ ’19 college search stories are both detailed. Zoe’s father and Saint Mark’s student counselor Kris Bonitatibus gave a look at the parent side and former Saint Mark’s college counselor Rebecca Rose-Howell gave details on the college search process. Photo: PHOTOGRAPHY BY LESLIE BARBARO

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Staff News Colin McGuigan Receives Outstanding PhD Scholarship Award On April 24, 2019 Saint Mark’s teacher Colin McGuigan received the Outstanding PhD Scholarship Award in Religious Studies from the University of Dayton. The award was in recognition of research to be published in June in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science.

Saint Mark’s in Greece This summer a group of students and faculty went on a 12 day trip to Greece. They visited Athens, the Corinth Canal, Olympia where the ancient Olympics were held, Delphi, Mykonos, Samos, Patmos, Santorini, Crete, Hydra, Poros, and Aegina.

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CYO Joseph A. McNesby, Jr. Golf Outing 2019 Saint Mark’s was honored to support the 27th Annual CYO Joseph A. McNesby, Jr. Golf Outing. The event, held July 11, 2019, raised funds to benefit the work of Catholic Youth and Young Adult Ministry. All parishes and schools from throughout the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington were invited to participate. Pictured from left to right: Pete Curcio, Director of Advancement, Stewart Lee, Board Member, Neal Donaldson ‘91, Joseph A. McNesby, Jr., Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly, D.D., Thomas Fertal, Principal, Stephen Hyde, Board Chair, Ray Barto, Finance, and Dr. Louis DeAngelo, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools.

Saint Mark’s Science teachers attend STEM Educator Energy Institute Saint Mark’s teachers Michael Holland and Will Reid joined other educators from throughout Delaware at the STEM Educator Energy Institute sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Center for Renewable Energy Advanced Technological Education. The event was held August 6-8 at Delaware Technical Community College. Participants used tools of the trade to measure the electric potential, current, and power production of solar photovoltaic panels. Instructors explored fundamental solar and electrical principles and learned about energy management for smart buildings and netzero energy homes. During the Institute, participants also practiced hands-on classroom lab activities that bring energy to life for students. “The Energy Institute provided me with many valuable resources and projects that I can use with my students in the classroom,” said Michael Holland, Science Department Chairperson. Saint Mark’s students can expect to be introduced to some of the concepts in their Environmental Science, Physics, and Engineering classes this school year.

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Alumni News

Brian O’Connell ’74 After a career working as a Hollywood stuntman and stand-up comedian, Saint Mark’s alumnus Brian O’Connell ’74 has recently turned to inspirational speaking. O’Connell can be found giving inspirational talks to youth groups, schools, colleges, hospitals, and churches about making choices that impact others. He also speaks at grief support groups. His personal tragedy of losing his son led him to this path as well as becoming an author. His book Dads Cry Too, Living the New Norm is the story of his experiences. O’Connell continues to work in movies and television as an actor and stunt professional, as well as under the stage name of Jay Boc to perform his clean stand-up comedy routine around the country for corporations and private events.

Saint Mark’s Alumni Marry After School Connection Saint Mark’s alumni Cathy Collins ‘09 and Andrew Bradley ’06 were featured in the News Journal article “Delaware bride spotted St. Mark’s on groom’s dating profile and messaged him first, fast.” Cathy and Andrew got married in Delaware on April 27, 2019 after meeting online. They were married at Immaculate Heart of Mary followed by a reception at the Concord Country Club. Both attended Saint Mark’s, but never met until one day Collins noticed that one of her online dating matches stated he was a Spartan graduate as well. She messaged him and their connection to Saint Mark’s is what started their relationship.

Charlie O’Brien ‘83 Honored by Cecil College Saint Mark’s alumnus Charlie O’Brien ’83 was honored by Cecil College in Northeast, MD. Cecil College named their new indoor practice facility after Charlie, their long-time baseball coach.

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Alumni News Leon Syfrit ’86 Art Gallery Exhibit Saint Mark’s alumnus Leon Syfrit ’86 is an award winning photographer whose current work Blowout, an ongoing series of photographs of blown out automobile tires as visual metaphors that illustrate the experience we share as human beings paired with an anonymous story of personal transformation is being exhibited at a gallery in Las Vegas. Leon’s work focuses on reclaiming, repurposing, and reinventing found objects. Leon enjoys alternative photographic processes and works at restoring and preserving vintage photographs and negatives. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is included in several permanent collections including The Philadelphia History Museum, The Free Library of Pennsylvania, and Dark Room Gallery in Vermont.

Saint Mark’s Matt Janicki ‘83 Remembered in WDEL On Monday, August 12, 2019 Saint Mark’s alumnus Matt Janicki ‘83 was remembered in WDEL’s article “Saint Elizabeth LB Janicki pushes on in the memory of his father.” The article discusses Matt’s life and involvement as a dedicated coach to his son Sam’s football team. Matt Janicki passed away in June 2018 after a courageous fight with cancer. Although Matt has passed away, the legacy he has left as a father, coach, and Spartan will continue to live on! Sam Janicki now plays in memory of his father with the hope of being selected as a Blue-Gold player at the end of the year; just as his father was.

Madelyn Baker ‘15 Named to All-Landmark Conference Saint Mark’s alumna Madelyn Baker ‘15 was one of four players named to the All-Landmark Conference team. Baker, a senior at Elizabethtown, plays lacrosse with career accomplishments including finishing top ten in a number of school statistics and setting a new record for goals.

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Alumni News

Maggie Gabbard ’13 Featured in News Journal for NBC’s “Songland” Saint Mark’s alumna Maggie Gabbard ’13 was featured in the News Journal article “Wilmington ‘Songland’ contestant nearly lands song in ‘Fast & Furious’ film.” Gabbard competed on NBC’s “Songland” and almost made her original song onto a major motion picture soundtrack. Gabbard was a finalist on the show series that featured singers with original songs attempting to win over singer Aloe Blacc and “Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw” director David Leitch, who agreed to place the winning song in the film. Gabbard’s song “Hero” was well received. She now lives in Los Angeles and performs under the name TVTE.

Photo: Trae Patton/NBC

Emily Rooney ’10 Featured in Spain Newspaper Saint Mark’s alumna Emily Rooney ’10 was 1 of 100 women featured in an article in a newspaper from Jumilla, Spain. Emily has been living and teaching English in Jumilla for several years. The article titled “100 Women Who Select the Region” showcases Emily’s experience and is translated below. A ‘very Jumillana” English teacher Emily Rooney is an English teacher in Jumilla. A native of the US, she is 26 and since 4 years ago she works at a high school in Jumilla. A professor from the University of Murcia encouraged her to stay in the region. At first, she planned for a one year stay, but when she arrived she fell in love with this land, and that’s why she is still living here. What she likes the most about Jumilla is its people, its weather, its food and traditions. For Emily, there are many reasons to live in Jumilla, and she hopes to spend many more years here, where she affirms she feels “like home.” She highlights that she thinks it necessary to celebrate International Working Women’s Day.

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Alumni News Noah Bautista ‘20, Bernadette Bautista ’17, and Nicolo Bautista ‘16 Receive Jefferson Lead 360 Awards Saint Mark’s Noah Bautista ‘20, Bernadette Bautista ’17, and Nicolo Bautista ‘16 were honored at the Kirkwood Library by Newark Mayor Polly Sierer for Jefferson Lead 360 Awards for their community service projects. All three participated in the Child HELP Foundation Youth Board’s Children Helping Children Project, which raises funds for music and arts programs of children with disabilities. Bernadette is the current President. Noah and Nicolo received a second award for their Hug-a-Brother program which helps the homeless, especially the veterans of Newark. Nicolo also received an award for his project that provides free music lessons to students at Holy Angels.

Nicolo Bautista ’16 and Andy Riegner ‘16 Phi Kappa Phi Induction The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective alldiscipline honor society. Founded in 1897, Phi Kappa Phi elects undergraduate and graduate students who have accomplished excellent scholarship in any academic field. On May 10th, 2019 Saint Mark’s alumni Nicolo Bautista ’16 and Andy Riegner ‘16 were both inducted to the Alpha of Delaware Chapter.

Katie Jacoby ‘08 Featured in JamBase Interview On March 6, 2019 Saint Mark’s Alumna Katie Jacoby ‘08 was interviewed by JamBase and was featured in the article “Violinist Katie Jacoby Talks Touring With The Who & More.”

If you are a Saint Mark’s alum and have a life event or story to share or have a story about a Saint Mark’s alum, please send the name, graduation year, high quality photo, and story to: pcurcio@stmarkshs.net for consideration in future Postmark issues.

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2019 Saint Mark’s Retirees Congratulations and many thanks for your years of service at Saint Mark’s High School. You will be greatly missed. Happy Retirement and God Bless.

Richard Bayhan

4 Years at Saint Mark’s High School

Saint Mark’s Remembers Paula Sa

Joanne Gordon

William Keeny

Joseph Roselle

Aunt of Patrice Soares

Uncle of Patrice Soares

Uncle of Diane Kuczmarski

Phyllis Dougherty

Former Saint Mark’s administrative assistant

Kevin Barrett ‘99

Father of several Saint Mark’s Alumni

Albert J. Allen

Grandfather of several Saint Mark’s Alumni

Anne Maddox

Mother of Amy Carlisle

Gil Capaldi

Former Saint Mark’s board member

Honorable John Parkins

Brother of Tom Parkins, former SMHS science teacher

Reynold Cierniak

Father of Krysia Tramont

Angeline Nardo

Grandmother of Julie Chickadel-Cardena

Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. May their souls and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

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Miss Charisse L. Rodgers ‘86 Mr. Nicholas Francis Sanna Mr. Anthony Santoro and Mrs. Kristina Santoro Mr. Peter Santoro and Mrs. Shelly Santoro Mr. Robert Sassa and Mrs. Carmela Sassa Mr. James Schnatterer and Mrs. Julie Schnatterer Mrs. Jennifer (Piechoski) Smith ‘92 and Mr. Stephen Smith Mrs. Diane (Schlor) Sparks ‘84 and Mr. Fred Sparks Mr. John Swartz Mr. Ron Topor Mrs. Shannon (White) Valentine ‘77 and Mr. C. Michael Valentine Mr. Bruce Weber Ms. Ann Marie White ‘15 Mr. Joseph White ‘17 Ms. Mary Bridget White ‘13 Mrs. Mary (Donovan) Whitney ‘75 and Mr. James Whitney Mrs. Laura (Worley) Yost ‘97 and Mr. Kyle Yost A-1 Sanitation Service, Inc. ArcBest Maryland Jockey Club Spartan Club $1 - $249 Mrs. Lisa A. Adamovage ‘83 Mr. Charles Albano Jr. ‘81 and Mrs. Debbie Albano Mr. Allen Allshouse and Mrs. Leslie Allshouse Mrs. Leslie (Blazes) Anderson ‘96 and Mr. Leonard Anderson Mr. Anthony Angotti and Mrs. Jennifer Angotti Ms. Melanie Angotti ‘75 Mr. Arthur Annone and Mrs. Joan Annone Ms. Regina Aquino ‘97 Mr. James Ashton Mr. Patrick V. August and Mrs. Marilyn August Mrs. Sandy (Stephens) August ‘99 and Mr. Michael August ‘98 Ms. Cynthia Avery Ms. Renee Baffone Mr. John Baldino and Mrs. Sandra Baldino Mr. John J. Baldo ‘81 Mrs. Anne (Selvaggi) Barto ‘76 and Mr. Raymond Barto Ms. Katherine E. Bartosik ‘98 Mrs. Susan Rowlyk-Beccaria ‘91 and Mr. Dave J. Beccaria Mrs. Lisa (Mulrooney) Becker ‘79 and Mr. Norbert Becker Mr. Ronald Bedwell and Mrs. Sally Bedwell Ms. Maysoon Behara Ms. Catherine Culnane and Mr. Randall L. Berseth Mr. Andrew Bianchino ‘83 and Mrs. Kate Bianchino Mrs. Kristina Birzes and Mr. Richard Birzes Mr. Kris Bonitatibus and Mrs. Jennifer Bonitatibus Mr. Robert Borcherdt and Mrs. Mary Louise Borcherdt Mr. David Bounds Mrs. Cristin (Vignola) Bowman ‘99 Mrs. Jane C. Boyd Mrs. Misty Boyle and Mr. Robert Boyle Mr. Michael Branca and Mrs. Catherine Branca Ms. Amanda Brannen ‘18 Mr. Gerald Brannen ‘85 and Mrs. Ellen Brannen Ms. Kathryn Ann (Kuczmarski) Brenner ‘02 Mr. Steven Brockel and Mrs. Mary Jo Brockel Mrs. Judy A. Browne Mr. Robert Brown and Mrs. Carolyn Brown Mr. David S. Burnham and Mrs. Kimberly S. Burnham Mrs. Martha (Loehr) Cammarata ‘00 and Mr. Kevin Cammarata Mr. William Carello and Mrs. JoAnn Carello Mr. Luis Cardena and Mrs. Julie Chickadel-Cardena Mr. Alex Carey and Mrs. Dawn Carey

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Mr. Alan Carlsen ‘15 Ms. Patricia (Gilbert) Carlson ‘88 Ms. Grace Casey Mr. Chris Cell and Mrs. Jenni Cell Mr. Philip T. Chicosky ‘82 Mrs. Margaret Christoph Mr. Neal Christoph ‘76 Mr. Marc Ciabattoni ‘88 Mr. David Ciamaricone Mr. James Allan Cini ‘80 Mrs. Nancy (Hogan) Clee ‘78 Ms. Diane M. Coffey Mr. Randal Coleman and Mrs. Roberta Coleman Ms. Jerri Colmery Mr. Joseph Colosi and Mrs. Sheila Colosi Mrs. Jennifer E. (Thomas) Connolly ‘89 and Mr. Gavin Connolly Mrs. Ashley Cooper Mr. Robert Cordrey and Mrs. Sharon Cordrey Mr. Dave Coughenour and Mrs. Kim Coughenour Mr. James F. Coverdale ‘74 Mr. Edward Coyle and Mrs. Mary Coyle Mrs. Deaneen (Mullins) Crabtree ‘94 Mr. Leonard Creswell Jr. ‘83 and Mrs. Barbra Creswell Mr. Anthony M. Cristofich ‘73 Mr. Russell L. Crook Ms. Cathy Crumlish Mr. Donald G. Cubbage and Mrs. Alice K. Cubbage Mr. Eric Dalton and Mrs. Sandi Dalton Mrs. Colleen (Fagan) Davis ‘74 and Mr. John Davis Mrs. Susan (Callahan) Davis ‘78 Dr. Louis P. DeAngelo Mr. Gerald Deery ‘05 and Mrs. Rosemary Deery Mr. Christopher Jon DeHeer ‘87 Mrs. Constance (Joos) deJuliis ‘78 and Mr. Joseph deJuliis Mrs. G ​ ladys Delgado Mr. Thomas DeMatteis ‘80 and Mrs. Theresa DeMatteis Mr. Stephen Dempsey and Mrs. Mary Dempsey Mr. Garry M. DeShields ‘74 Mr. James Anthony Diana Jr. and Mrs. Karen L. Diana Mr. Paul Diehm and Mrs. Dina Diehm Mr. James DiFilippo and Mrs. Annie DiFilippo Mr. Vincent DiFurio ‘91 Mrs. Cathryn Diksa Rev. Charles C. Dillingham Mrs. Christina S. (Shum) Dillon ‘93 and Mr. Christopher Dillon Ms. Carla Dimiris Mr. Anthony DiRienzo ‘08 Mrs. Danielle Marie (Drupieski) Dohl ‘91 and Mr. Christopher Dohl Ms. Kate Donnelly Mrs. Rene (Flanagan) Donnelly ‘76 and Mr. Patrick Donnelly Mr. John T. Donovan ‘75 Ms. Evelyn Claire Dougherty ‘74 Dr. Edward Doyle and Mrs. Rebecca Doyle Mr. Francis Doyle ‘81 and Mrs. Diana Doyle Ms. Barbara A. Dudek Mrs. Laurie (Kovach) Durbano ‘79 and Mr. Mark Durbano Mr. John C. Dzik ‘86 and Mrs. Theresa A. (Courtney) Dzik ‘86 Mr. David Eberwein and Mrs. Rebecca Baden Mr. William Eichinger and Mrs. Ruth Eichinger Mr. Brian James Eller Mrs. Terry Ann (Gawinski) Episcopo ‘75 and Mr. Eric L. Episcopo Esq. Ms. Sharon Erace Ms. Wynne Esbitt Mrs. Sherry (Smith) Fagin ‘01 and Mr. Michael Fagin Mr. Todd Farina and Mrs. Jennifer Farina


Mrs. Lisa (Dively) Farnin ‘80 and Mr. Paul Farnin Ms. Lindsay Marie Fernandes ‘03 Mrs. Claire Fleming Finfrock ‘82 Mr. Kenneth Davis Finnegan ‘06 Mr. Robert Michael Finnegan ‘09 Mrs. Christine M. Fiorelli Mr. John Fiorelli and Mrs. Marie Fiorelli Ms. Kari Ann Widdoes-Fitzgerald ‘03 Mr. James Flanigan and Mrs. Christine Flanigan Ms. Susan Flanagan Mrs. Marie (Crossan) Flynn ‘80 and Mr. John Flynn Mr. Cheng-Ming Fou and Mrs. Theresa Fou Mrs. Anne (Gable) Frati ‘86 and Mr. Lawrence Frati Mr. Cory Frederick ‘96 and Mrs. Christine J. Frederick Ms. Shannon Freel Mr. Mark Freund and Mrs. Dale Freund Mrs. Monica (Witterholt) Fuller ‘85 Mrs. Monika S. (Schneider) Fulton ‘77 and Mr. Gary R. Fulton Mr. Robert Garrett ‘97 and Mrs. Liz Garrett Ms. Gabrielle R. Gaul ‘12 Mrs. Jacquelyn (Greytak) Gedz ‘81 and Mr. Michael Gedz Rev. Daniel W. Gerres Mr. Frank J. Gilday III and Mrs. Margaret F. Gilday Mr. Vincent P. Gildea ‘84 Mr. Herbert Glass and Mrs. Colleen Glass Ms. Patricia Anne Glenn ‘74 Ms. Jennifer Goerlitz Mr. Dominic L. Gonzon Jr. and Mrs. Stacey Gonzon Ms. Lisa A. Goss ‘81 Mrs. Marie (McCann) Graney ‘73 and Mr. Michael Graney Ms. Elizabeth W. Green Mr. David P. Gregg ‘76 Sr. Sandra Grieco Mr. Robert Grier ‘76 and Mrs. Denise Grier Mr. Nikolaus Grieshaber and Mrs. Sandra Grieshaber Mrs. Patricia Guzman Mr. David Haley ‘93 Mr. Michael Hamill ‘75 and Mrs. Dawn Hamill Mrs. Claire (Pala) Hamory ‘79 and Mr. Richard Q. Hamory ‘79 Mr. William F. Harkins Mr. John C. Harrington and Mrs. Rebecca Angela Harrington Mr. Charles E. Harrison and Mrs. Bernadine M. Harrison Mrs. Jane M. Hart Ms. Nancy Hedges Mr. Eric David Henley ‘04 Ms. Margaret Henry ‘76 Mr. Thomas Higley and Mrs. Anne Marie Higley Mrs. Catherine (Pembroke) Hines ‘73 and Mr. Kenneth Hines Mr. Kim Alan Hoelmer and Mrs. Maribeth M. Hoelmer Mr. Johan A. Hohman ‘96 Dr. William Hohman ‘00 and Mrs. Elisabeth Hohman Mrs. Marie (Dikeman) Holliday ‘84 and Mr. Alfred Holliday Mr. Keith J. Holmburg and Mrs. Mary T. Holmburg Mr. Christopher Homan ‘83 and Mrs. Liz Homan Mr. Karl Honma Mr. Martin Hopkins ‘78 and Mrs. Mary Pat Hopkins Mr. Richard Houtz and Mrs. Sandi Houtz Mr. W. Preston Hubbard and Mrs. Constance Hubbard Dr. Christopher Hyde and Dr. Rhonda Hyde Mr. Ross C. Iudica Mr. Joseph Jacobs Mrs. Mary Jaconski Ms. Nicole A. Jacquinto Mrs. Nicole (Marshall) Johnson ‘03 and Mr. Matthew Johnson Mrs. Patricia (Northey) Johnson ‘83 and Mr. Richard Johnson

Deacon Patrick Johnston and Ms. Laurie Gallant Mrs. Michelle (Connors) Jones ‘80 and Mr. Edward Jones Ms. Lynn A. Joos ‘74 Ms. Maria Simeone Just Mr. William Just Mr. Edward F. Kafader Mrs. Kathryn (Krippahne) Kassai ‘74 and Mr. Denes Kassai Mr. Paul Kaufman ‘96 and Mrs. Sarah Kaufman Mr. James M. Kelly ‘85 and Mrs. Debi Kelly Mr. John H. Kelly and Mrs. Terry Kelly Mr. Robert Kelly and Mrs. Lisa Kelly Mrs. Dolores Kmiecik-Graham Mrs. Terryl Koeth Mr. Joseph Kopec Jr. Ms. Mary Pat Kwoka ‘84 Mr. Ting Pui Lai ‘94 Mr. Christopher Lamb and Mrs. Karyn Lamb Ms. Nancy Lennon ‘84 Mrs. Karen (Wright) Lord ‘91 and Mr. Christopher Lord Dr. Edward R. Lucente and Mrs. Mary Lucente Mr. Benjamin Lungen and Mrs. Catherine Lungen Mr. Michael Lynch and Mrs. Susan Lynch Ms. Nancy Lynch Mr. Robert Maegerle ‘87 and Mrs. Keely Maegerle Mrs. Lisa (Glover) Magnuson ‘76 and Mr. David Magnuson Mr. Oliver Major and Mrs. Susan Major Mr. Paul Maloney and Mrs. Marie Maloney Mrs. Sandy S. Manno Mrs. Linda (Kirk) Manthey ‘85 and Mr. David Manthey Mrs. Wendy Manthorpe Mr. Steven Marascia ‘77 Ms. Stella Markel Dr. Eric Christopher Marks Miss Amy Marta Ms. Judith Martelli Ms. Mary E. Maslar Mr. Daniel E. Matej Mrs. Colette (King) Matsanka ‘83 and Mr. Glenn Matsanka Mr. Mark D. Matthews Mr. Kevin Mayhew ‘84 and Mrs. Lorraine Mayhew ‘84 Mr. Tom McCarty and Mrs. Heather McCarty Mrs. M. Diane McCormick Dr. Timothy McCormick ‘08 and Mrs. Barbara McCormick Mrs. Theresa (Carney) McCullough ‘83 and Mr. Mark McCullough Mr. Lawrence McCusker and Mrs. Janet McCusker Mr. John P. McDermott ‘82 Mr. David McFarlan and Mrs. Elizabeth McFarlan Mr. Peter McGivney ‘04 and Mrs. Geraldine McGivney Mrs. Alissa McGrisken Mr. Michael McKenna Mr. Brian Megargee and Mrs. Mary Megargee Mr. Peter Meisel and Mrs. Billie Meisel Ms. Carmen Mejias Mr. Stanley P. Meleski and Mrs. Dolores Meleski Mr. Michael F. Melloy and Mrs. Patricia Melloy Mr. Robert Michael Michlovich ‘03 Mr. Richard Micucio and Mrs. Mary Kay Micucio Mrs. Laurie (Douglas) Miriello ‘79 and Mr. Michael Miriello Ms. Margaret Ann Mitchell Dr. Daniel Monagle and Mrs. Mary Monagle Ms. Maureen A. Monagle ‘88 Mr. Phillip Montgomery and Mrs. Dara Montgomery Ms. Diana L. Mooney Mr. Thomas Moore Jr. and Mrs. Mariann Moore Mrs. Shirley Moran

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Mr. Thomas Morley and Mrs. Pat Morley Mr. Timothy J. Morris Sr. ‘79 Mr. Matt Mossman ‘11 Mr. James Moulthrop and Mrs. Kathleen Moulthrop Mrs. Elizabeth Mousley Mrs. Paula (Katzmire) Mundell ‘75 and Mr. Charles Mundell Mrs. Kathleen D. Neal Ms. Margaret Mary Neal ‘11 Mr. John Neill ‘96 and Mrs. Ellen Neill Ms. Nancy L. Newman ‘77 Mr. David Nibouar Ms. Mary Kathryn Nickel ‘80 Mr. Ralph Michael Nigro and Mrs. Jill N. Nigro Mrs. Marianne (Fisher) Norris ‘99 and Mr. Jason Norris Mr. Jason Oberhausen and Mrs. Lori Oberhausen Mary Agnes Degli Obizzi ‘80 Mrs. Theresa B. O’Boyle Mrs. Shelia O’Callaghan Mr. John C. O’Connor and Mrs. Wendy J. O’Connor Mrs. Karen P. O’Connor Mrs. Lucy M. (Barranco) O’Donnell ‘73 Ms. Deborah O’Hara Mr. Michael O’Laughlin and Mrs. Nancy O’Laughlin Mr. Michael Oller Sr. and Mrs. Diane Oller Mrs. Marianne Oratorio Mrs. Doris Ormsby and Mr. Robert J. Ormsby Col. Francis Pacello and Mrs. Carol Pacello Mr. Gregory Page Mr. Jeffrey Pala ‘87 and Mrs. Lori Pala Mrs. Maria Panella Ms. Stephanie Pankowski Mr. Thomas Parkins and Mrs. Lynda Parkins Mr. Ronald Pasicolan and Mrs. Jane Pasicolan Mr. David Patch and Mrs. Kate Patch Ms. Mary Patterson Mrs. Maria (Sadusky) Pautler ‘81 and Mr. Philip Pautler Ms. Danielle Pelagatti Mrs. Michele (Bosso) ‘81 Pepe and Mr. John Pepe Mrs. Elizabeth (Rapposelli) Pepeta ‘88 and Mr. Fran Pepeta Ms. Michelle Phillips Mr. F. Dale Phillippe Jr. Rev. Joseph Piekarski Ms. Jennifer Lynn Pieniaszek ‘01 Mrs. Lori Pike Mrs. Jacqueline M. Potocki Mrs. Cheryl Potocki-Stover and Mr. David Stover Mr. Hommy Poursaied and Mrs. Carol Anne Poursaied Mrs. Ruthann (Siemienski) Prettyman ‘82 Mr. James Pugh ‘75 Mr. William Rapposelli Mr. John A. Raytick ‘74 and Mrs. Catherine Raytick Dr. Cynthia E. (Maurer) Read ‘83 Mr. Henry J. Restaino Mrs. Michelle C. Riddle Mr. William Riddle Esq. Ms. Jennifer Rodriguez Mr. Rogelio Rodriguez and Mrs. Carina Rodriguez Mr. Thomas J. Roman and Mrs. Barbara Roman Mr. Gary Roser and Mrs. Maureen Roser Dr. Michele M. Rossi Gildea ‘78 Mrs. Anne Maria (Staffieri) Rostick ‘74 Mr. George Rowlyk and Mrs. Sue Rowlyk Ms. Kathleen K. Russo Mrs. Sonja (Smith) Ryan ‘75 and Mr. Bart J. Ryan Mrs. Susan (Schmit) Ryan ‘82 and Mr. William Ryan

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Ms. Ann Elizabeth Rychlicki ‘07 Mr. William Sadwoski ‘86 and Mrs. Tracy Sadowski Mr. Theodos Sandukas and Mrs. Nancy Sandukas Ms. Janice Sanna Ms. Nancy J. Griskowitz ‘85 and Mr. Kristopher Satterfield Mrs. Michele (Kacmarcik) Savin ‘84 and Mr. Frank Savin Mr. Mario Scalora ‘89 and Mrs. Tricia Scalora Mr. Gary Schmelz and Dr. Caroline Wieczorek Schmelz Ms. Carmella Schultz Mr. Geoffrey Schusteritsch and Mrs. Erin J. Schusteritsch Mr. Paul Schweizer ‘74 and Mrs. Lori Schweizer Mr. Brian Scott Mr. Dale Seemans ‘87 and Mrs. Colleen (Hickey) Seemans ‘87 Mr. George J. Sestak Mrs. Lynne Seydell Mrs. Audrey J. (Sinko) Sharpe ‘89 and Mr. Robert J. Sharpe Mr. Paul Shay Mrs. Tracee Lynn (Mosch) Sherlock ‘01 and Mr. Christopher Sherlock Mr. David E. Short and Mrs. Rosemarie A. Short Ms. Lilyan Weilyne Shu ‘01 Mrs. Faith (Ewasko) Shure ‘81 and Mr. John Shure Mr. David Simpson and Mrs. Gail Simpson Mr. Eric Sisofo ‘93 and Mrs. Dianne Sisofo Mr. John G. Skomorucha ‘75 and Mrs. Diana Skomorucha Mr. Marc Skurla ‘93 and Mrs. Cheryl Skurla Mr. Christoper Slocomb ‘84 and Mrs. Lynn Slocomb Mrs. Anne (Harrison) Smith ‘74 and Mr. Gregg Smith Mr. Michael Smith ‘89 and Mrs. Angela Smyth Mrs. Monica (Kowal) Sneddon ‘75 Mrs. Charlotte (Maurer) Snyder ‘81 and Mr. Rocky Snyder Ms. Helen Snyder Ms. Patrice Soares Mrs. Meri Ann (Cook) Spears ‘74 and Mr. H. Dean Spears Mr. David Steenkamer ‘83 and Mrs. Juliane Steenkamer Mr. John G. Steenkamer ‘79 and Mrs. Lisa W. Steenkamer Mrs. Ann Marie Stemniski Mr. Scott Stevens ‘87 and Mrs. Mary Stevens Mrs. Denise (Neal) Stitik ‘90 Mr. Thomas Strab and Mrs. Ann Strab Mr. Mark B. Stutman Mr. Arthur Sullivan ‘76 and Mrs. Betty Sullivan Ms. Toni A. Swan ‘96 Mrs. Jean (Skomorucha) Swartz ‘81 Mr. Dennis and Mrs. Susan Swartzfager Mr. Brian Sweeney and Mrs. Jodi Sweeney Sr. M. Redempta Sweeney Mr. Keith Andrew Tarburton ‘88 and Mrs. Marbie Tarburton Ms. Terri Taylor Mr. Tim Theodorakis and Mrs. Lisa Theodorakis Mr. Don Tomovich and Mrs. Lori Tomovich Mr. Mark S. Toolan ‘74 Mrs. Natalie Ann (Fausnaugh) Tucci ‘91 and Mr. Charlie Tucci Mr. Brian Alexander Venti Mr. Derek Martin Vito ‘91 and Mrs. Julie Ann Vito Mr. James Vogel and Mrs. Francesca Vogel Mr. Joseph Wagner ‘86 and Mrs. Sonia Wagner Mrs. Lenora G. (Garniewski) Wagner ‘73 Mr. Michael Walton Mr. William Wapniarek and Mrs. Laurie Wapniarek Mrs. Donna (Van Horn) Welsh ‘80 Mrs. Marian Theresa (Cubbage) Weir ‘88 and Mr. Jack Weir Mrs. Julie (Miro) Wenger ‘89 and Mr. Brad Wenger Mr. Robert Whetzel and Mrs. Michele Whetzel Mr. Wayne Wilberding and Mrs. Anne Wilberding Mr. Jack W. Williams and Mrs. F. Catherine Williams


Ms. Jamie Lynne Williams ‘11 Mr. Leo A. Williams ‘76 Mr. Brian C. Willis ‘04 Mr. John Wilson and Mrs. Bridget Wilson Ms. Lisa Winnington Ms. Lisa Wisniewski ‘76 Mr. Robert Wisniewski ‘77 and Mrs. Ruth Ann Wisniewski Mr. Charles Wright and Mrs. Anne Wright Mrs. Valerie (Biafore) Wright ‘99 and Mr. James Wright ‘96 Mr. Paul Wysocki Hon. Philip Yacucci Jr. ‘73 and Mrs. Maria Yacucci Mrs. Karen P. (Golt) Young ‘84 and Mr. Paul Andrew Young Ms. Yolande D. Young ‘75 Mrs. Katherine Zangwill Mr. Evan Griffin Zechman ‘07 Mr. Stephen E. Zerenner ‘86 Mrs. Penni (Day) Zimmerman ‘91 and Mr. Matt Zimmerman Mr. Mark Zolandz ‘00 and Mrs. Corrine (Casey) Zolandz ‘00 Albero, Kupferman & Associates, LLC Ambient Heating and Cooling Assurance Media Blue Hen Basketball Club BSN Sports LLC Este Tux, Inc. Formal Affairs of Delaware Inc. Incent Media Jack’s Country Maid Deli Karins Consulting Engineers Payroll Management Assistance Ralph G. Degli Obizzi & Sons, Inc. Saint Mark’s Alumni Association United Electric Supply WL Gore Legacy Gifts The following donors have pledged support beyond the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019 and are members of the Saint Mark’s Legacy Society Mrs. Celeste Barr Mr. Paul Bauernschmidt Mr. Richard A. Bayhan Ms. Patricia Carlson ‘88 Mr. Travis L. Ciriaco ‘92 Mr. Michael D. Connelly Mr. Francis Corrigan Dr. Patricia Mary Curtin ‘76 Dr. Louis P. DeAngelo Mr. Thomas DeMatteis ‘80 and Mrs. Theresa DeMatteis Mr. Doug Deveney ‘89 Rev. Charles C. Dillingham Mr. Lucas James Dominica ‘05 Mr. Peter Ferrante ‘00 Mr. Bernard Fisher and Mrs. Kathryn Fisher Mr. Michael Freda Mr. Johan Hohman ‘96 Rev. Msgr. Steven Hurley Mrs. Lisa (McManus) Hyde ‘77 and Mr. Stephen Hyde Lawrence H. Hyde Charitable Trust Mrs. Kathleen (Monagle) Lee ‘84 Mr. Thomas Lemon ‘73 Mr. Christopher R. Locke Esq. Most Rev. W. Francis Malooly Mr. Joseph McNesby Mr. Jeffery Mey Mr. Robert D. Mosch Jr. and Mrs. Deborah Mosch Mr. Brian Murray ‘75

Mrs. Lucy M. (Barranco) O’Donnell ‘73 Mr. Thomas Rosa Mr. Jeffery A. Santoro ‘87 Mr. Donald Sawyer and Mrs. Suzanne Sawyer Mr. Robert Sonchen and Mrs. Christina Sonchen Dr. Stephanie J. Traynor ‘89 Mr. Gary Watkins Ms. Ann Marie White ‘15 Mr. Joseph White ‘17 Ms. Mary Bridget White ‘13 Tribute Gifts These individuals were honored or remembered by contributions to Saint Mark’s during the 2018-2019 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019 Mr. L. Gene Alessandrini Ms. Rachael M. Ali Sister Kathleen Brabson Mrs. Margaret Christoph Mr. Peter Curtin and Mrs. Mary Curtin Ms. Pat Daley Mrs. Pauline C. DeAscanis Mr. Ralph Degli Obizzi Sr. Ms. Theresa Dolan Ms. Julie Groff ‘84 Ms. Ramona Jaeger Mrs. Cathie Kennedy Mr. Sean Michael Locke ‘12 Mr. Saliba Masso Mr. Douglas McGrath ‘86 Mr. Joe O’Neill Mrs. Mary O’Neill Rush ‘76 Mr. Nello Paoli Mr. Robert O. Phillips and Mrs. Elizabeth M. Phillips Mr. James Michael Pohlen ‘84 Mrs. Diane Rekston Mrs. Barbara Reilly - Cornerstone Classes Mr. Napolean Salameda ‘84 Mr. John Talley Mr. Matthew Weaver ‘03 and Mr. Mark Weaver ‘05 Gifts by Class 1973 Mr. Robert W. Cook ‘73 Mr. Anthony M. Cristofich ‘73 Mr. Gregory Gac ‘73 and Mrs. Catherine Gac Mrs. Marie (McCann) Graney ‘73 and Mr. Michael Graney Mr. James Hedrick ‘73 and Mrs. Sarah Hedrick Mrs. Catherine (Pembroke) Hines ‘73 and Mr. Kenneth Hines Mr. Thomas Lemon ‘73 and Mrs. Mary B. Lemon Dr. Kevin McCardle ‘73 Mrs. Peggy Marie (Hellane) Morrissey ‘73 and Mr. Robert William Morrissey Mrs. Lucy M. (Barranco) O’Donnell ‘73 Mr. Peter M. O’Neill ‘73 and Mrs. Marie O’Neill Dr. Anne Marie (Hickey) Smith ‘73 and Mr. Douglas C. Lance Mrs. Lenora G. (Garniewski) Wagner ‘73 Hon. Philip Yacucci Jr. ‘73 and Mrs. Maria Yacucci 1974 Mr. James F. Coverdale ‘74 Mr. John Crumlish III ‘74 and Mrs. Sharon Crumlish Mrs. Colleen (Fagan) Davis ‘74 and Mr. John Davis Mrs. Barbara (Baggs) Dawson ‘74 and Mr. Stephen Dawson ‘76 Mr. Garry M. DeShields ‘74

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Mr. Martin Desmond ‘74 and Mrs. Jeanette Desmond Mr. Drew Dorak ‘74 and Mrs. Sandy Dorak Ms. Evelyn Claire Dougherty ‘74 Mrs. Catherine (Winner) Ford ‘74 and Mr. Patrick Ford Ms. Patricia Anne Glenn ‘74 Ms. Lynn A. Joos ‘74 Mrs. Kathryn (Krippahne) Kassai ‘74 and Mr. Denes Kassai Mrs. Margaret (Erickson) Menton ‘74 and Mr. Dennis Menton Mr. John A. Raytick ‘74 and Mrs. Catherine Raytick Mrs. Anne Maria (Staffieri) Rostick ‘74 Mr. Paul Schweizer ‘74 and Mrs. Lori Schweizer Mrs. Anne (Harrison) Smith ‘74 and Mr. Gregg Smith Mrs. Meri Ann (Cook) Spears ‘74 and Mr. H. Dean Spears Mr. Mark S. Toolan ‘74

Mr. Steven Marascia ‘77 Ms. Nancy L. Newman ‘77 Mrs. Shannon (White) Valentine ‘77 and Mr. C. Michael Valentine Mr. Robert Wisniewski ‘77 and Mrs. Ruth Ann Wisniewski

1975 Ms. Melanie Angotti ‘75 Mr. David L. Buhrman ‘75 Mr. Ross Christoph ‘75 Mrs. Sarah (Connair) Collins ‘75 and Mr. Dan Collins Mr. Douglas De Hart ‘75 and Mrs. Monica (Taylor) De Hart ‘76 Mr. John T. Donovan ‘75 Mrs. Anne Marie (Dolan) Eanes ‘75 Mrs. Terry Ann (Gawinski) Episcopo ‘75 and Mr. Eric L. Episcopo Esq. Mr. Michael Hamill ‘75 and Mrs. Dawn Hamill Mr. Donald Hofmann ‘75 and Mrs. Joyce Hofmann Mrs. Michiele Iorii ‘75 and Mr. James Iorii Mr. Francis Jones ‘75 and Mrs. Michelle Jones Mrs. Paula (Katzmire) Mundell ‘75 and Mr. Charles Mundell Mr. Brian Murray ‘75 and Mrs. Karla Murray Mr. Salvatore Muzzi ‘75 and Mrs. Ann Muzzi Ms. Donna M. Myers ‘75 Ms. M. Kathleen Phillips-Giles ‘75 Mr. James Pugh ‘75 Mrs. Sonja (Smith) Ryan ‘75 and Mr. Bart J. Ryan Mr. John G. Skomorucha ‘75 and Mrs. Diana Skomorucha Mrs. Monica (Kowal) Sneddon ‘75 Mrs. Mary (Donovan) Whitney ‘75 and Mr. James Whitney Ms. Yolande D. Young ‘75

1979 Mrs. Lisa (Mulrooney) Becker ‘79 and Mr. Norbert Becker Mr. Thomas Bosso ‘79 and Mrs. Andrea Bosso Mr. Michael Donlon ‘79 and Mrs. Lisa (DePrisco) Donlon ‘81 Mrs. Laurie (Kovach) Durbano ‘79 and Mr. Mark Durbano Mrs. Claire (Pala) Hamory ‘79 and Mr. Richard Q. Hamory ‘79 Mrs. Laurie (Douglas) Miriello ‘79 and Mr. Michael Miriello Mr. Timothy J. Morris Sr. ‘79 Mr. Dennis M. Salter ‘79 and Mrs. Beth Salter Mr. John R. Sinko ‘79 Mr. John G. Steenkamer ‘79 and Mrs. Lisa W. Steenkamer

1976 Mrs. Anne (Selvaggi) Barto ‘76 and Mr. Raymond Barto Mr. Richard M. Bea ‘76 Mr. Neal Christoph ‘76 Dr. James A. Cook ‘76 Dr. Patricia Mary Curtin ‘76 and Mr. Thomas M. White Mr. Stephen Dawson ‘76 and Mrs. Barbara (Baggs) Dawson ‘74 Mrs. Monica (Taylor) De Hart ‘76 and Mr. Douglas De Hart ‘75 Mrs. Rene (Flanagan) Donnelly ‘76 and Mr. Patrick Donnelly Mr. David P. Gregg ‘76 Mr. Joseph Grey ‘76 and Mrs. Katherine Grey Mr. Robert Grier ‘76 and Mrs. Denise Grier Ms. Margaret Henry ‘76 Mrs. Lisa (Glover) Magnuson ‘76 and Mr. David Magnuson Mr. Matthew U. Smith Jr. ‘76 and Mrs. Barbara L. Smith Mr. Arthur Sullivan ‘76 and Mrs. Betty Sullivan Mr. Leo A. Williams ‘76 Ms. Lisa Wisniewski ‘76 1977 Mr. James Baran ‘77 Mrs. Monika S. (Schneider) Fulton ‘77 and Mr. Gary R. Fulton Mr. Gregory Homan ‘77 and Mrs. Susan Homan Mrs. Lisa M. (McManus) Hyde ‘77 and Mr. Stephen L. Hyde

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1978 Mrs. Nancy (Hogan) Clee ‘78 Ms. Eileen Curtin ‘78 Mrs. Susan (Callahan) Davis ‘78 Mrs. Constance (Joos) deJuliis ‘78 and Mr. Joseph deJuliis Mrs. Maryanne (Uricheck) Holzapfel, R.Ph. ‘78 and Mr. John K. Holzapfel Mr. Martin Hopkins ‘78 and Mrs. Mary Pat Hopkins Mrs. Cathleen (Adams) Kleinschmidt ‘78 and Mr. Mark Robert Kleinschmidt Dr. Michele M. Rossi Gildea ‘78

1980 Mr. James Allan Cini ‘80 Dr. Lynn M. Collins ‘80 Mr. Mark W. Delmonte ‘80 and Mrs. Susan Delmonte Mr. Thomas DeMatteis ‘80 and Mrs. Theresa DeMatteis Mrs. Lisa (Dively) Farnin ‘80 and Mr. Paul Farnin Mrs. Margaret (Curtin) Fish ‘80 and Mr. Dennis Fish Mrs. Marie (Crossan) Flynn ‘80 and Mr. John Flynn Ms. Lisa M. Jaeger ‘80 Mrs. Michelle (Connors) Jones ‘80 and Mr. Edward Jones Dr. Michele Marie Karpovich ‘80 and Dr. Ronald Richard Staib Mr. DJ Monagle III ‘80 Dr. Daniel P. Moore M.D. ‘80 and Mrs. Veda Moore Ms. Mary Kathryn Nickel ‘80 Mary Agnes Degli Obizzi ‘80 Mr. Kurt Reuther ‘80 and Mrs. Pamela (Hennessy) Reuther ‘80 Mrs. Donna (Van Horn) Welsh ‘80 1981 Mr. Charles Albano Jr. ‘81 and Mrs. Debbie Albano Mr. John J. Baldo ‘81 Mrs. Andrea (Szafranski) Booth ‘81 and Mr. Martin Booth ‘81 Mrs. Janet M. (Walter) Cesak ‘81 Mrs. Lisa (DePrisco) Donlon ‘81 and Mr. Michael Donlon ‘79 Mr. Francis Doyle ‘81 and Mrs. Diana Doyle Mrs. Yvette (Christy) Drazich ‘81 and Mr. Richard Drazich Mrs. Jacquelyn (Greytak) Gedz ‘81 and Mr. Michael Gedz Mrs. Ann (Deely) Glavin ‘81 and Mr. Maurice Glavin Ms. Lisa A. Goss ‘81 Mrs. Christine (Allen) Lewis ‘81 Mrs. Carolyn (Kearney) Lohr ‘81 Mrs. Maria (Sadusky) Pautler ‘81 and Mr. Philip Pautler Mrs. Michele (Bosso) ‘81 Pepe and Mr. John Pepe Mrs. Faith (Ewasko) Shure ‘81 and Mr. John Shure Mrs. Charlotte (Maurer) Snyder ‘81 and Mr. Rocky Snyder Mrs. Geralyn (Falls) Spagnolo ‘81 and Mr. Francis Spagnolo Mrs. Jean (Skomorucha) Swartz ‘81


1982 Mr. Louis Alessandrini ‘82 and Mrs. Gina Alessandrini Mr. Philip T. Chicosky ‘82 Mrs. Claire Fleming Finfrock ‘82 Ms. Mary L. Lanshe ‘82 Mr. John P. McDermott ‘82 Mrs. Ruthann (Siemienski) Prettyman ‘82 Mrs. Susan (Schmit) Ryan ‘82 and Mr. William Ryan Mr. Edward Scubelek ‘82 Mrs. Mary (Bartkowski) Wolff ‘82 and Mr. Jeffrey Wolff 1983 Mrs. Lisa A. Adamovage ‘83 Mr. Andrew Bianchino ‘83 and Mrs. Kate Bianchino Ms. Caroline Burns ‘83 Mr. Leonard Creswell Jr. ‘83 and Mrs. Barbra Creswell Dr. Barry Hart ‘83 and Mrs. Kathleen Hart Mr. Christopher Homan ‘83 and Mrs. Liz Homan Mr. Donald James ‘83 and Mrs. Stacey James Mrs. Patricia (Northey) Johnson ‘83 and Mr. Richard Johnson Mrs. Colette (King) Matsanka ‘83 and Mr. Glenn Matsanka Mrs. Theresa (Carney) McCullough ‘83 and Mr. Mark McCullough Mr. Robert Phillips ‘83 and Mrs. Sarah Phillips Dr. Cynthia E. (Maurer) Read ‘83 Mr. David Steenkamer ‘83 and Mrs. Juliane Steenkamer 1984 Ms. Rebecca Farabaugh ‘84 Mr. Vincent P. Gildea ‘84 Mrs. Marie (Dikeman) Holliday ‘84 and Mr. Alfred Holliday Ms. Mary Pat Kwoka ‘84 Mrs. Kathleen (Monagle) Lee ‘84 and Mr. Stewart Lee Ms. Nancy Lennon ‘84 Mr. Kevin Mayhew ‘84 and Mrs. Lorraine Mayhew ‘84 Mr. Anthony Muzzi ‘84 and Mrs. Shari Muzzi Mr. John Panico ‘84 and Mrs. Joanne Panico Mr. James Paoli ‘84 and Mrs. Ann Marie (Lloyd) Paoli ‘90 Mrs. Michele (Kacmarcik) Savin ‘84 and Mr. Frank Savin Mr. Christoper Slocomb ‘84 and Mrs. Lynn Slocomb Mrs. Diane (Schlor) Sparks ‘84 and Mr. Fred Sparks Mr. Robert Witt ‘84 and Mrs. Veronica Witt Mrs. Karen P. (Golt) Young ‘84 and Mr. Paul Andrew Young 1985 Mr. Gerald Brannen ‘85 and Mrs. Ellen Brannen Mrs. JoAnn (Carucci) DiOssi ‘85 and Mr. Michael DiOssi Mrs. Monica (Witterholt) Fuller ‘85 Ms. Nancy J. Griskowitz ‘85 and Mr. Kristopher Satterfield Mr. James M. Kelly ‘85 and Mrs. Debi Kelly Mrs. Linda (Kirk) Manthey ‘85 and Mr. David Manthey Mrs. Karen Lynn (Oller) O’Brien ‘85 Mr. Francis Papili ‘85 and Mrs. Amy Papili Mr. Guy Townsend III ‘85 1986 Mr. Christopher Blum ‘86 and Mrs. Denise (Arroyo) Blum ‘89 Mr. Michael Comer ‘86 and Mrs. Margaret Comer Mr. John C. Dzik ‘86 and Mrs. Theresa A. (Courtney) Dzik ‘86 Mrs. Anne (Gable) Frati ‘86 and Mr. Lawrence Frati Mr. Daniel Kempski ‘86 Mr. Mark E. Mazick ‘86 and Mrs. Meghan Mazick Mr. George Theodore Milyo Jr. ‘86 and Mrs. Maria Ann Milyo Miss Charisse L. Rodgers ‘86 Mr. William Sadwoski ‘86 and Mrs. Tracy Sadowski

Mr. Joseph Wagner ‘86 and Mrs. Sonia Wagner Mr. Stephen E. Zerenner ‘86 1987 Mr. Timothy Abrams ‘87 and Mrs. Tricia Ciminello Abrams ‘87 Mrs. Nicole (Butz) Bruce ‘87 and Mr. Richard Bruce Mr. James Courtney ‘87 Mr. Christopher Jon DeHeer ‘87 Mr. Vincent A. D’Ippolito Jr. ‘87 Dr. Robert Kacmarick ‘87 and Mrs. Kerri Kacmarcik Mrs. Julieann (Malone) Lorang ‘87 and Mr. Peter Lorang Mr. Robert Maegerle ‘87 and Mrs. Keely Maegerle Mr. Jeffrey Pala ‘87 and Mrs. Lori Pala Mr. Jeffrey A. Santoro ‘87 Mr. Dale Seemans ‘87 and Mrs. Colleen (Hickey) Seemans ‘87 Mr. Scott Stevens ‘87 and Mrs. Mary Stevens Mrs. Krysia (Cierniak) Tramont ‘87 and Mr. Kenneth Tramont Mrs. Patricia (Geibler) Westergard ‘87 and Mr. William Westergard 1988 Ms. Patricia (Gilbert) Carlson ‘88 Mr. Marc Ciabattoni ‘88 Mr. Robert Colmery ‘88 and Mrs. Pamela (Masso) Colmery ‘88 Mr. Joseph Day ‘88 and Mrs. Annette Day Ms. Maureen A. Monagle ‘88 Mrs. Elizabeth (Rapposelli) Pepeta ‘88 and Mr. Fran Pepeta Mr. Keith Andrew Tarburton ‘88 and Mrs. Marbie Tarburton Mrs. Marian Theresa (Cubbage) Weir ‘88 and Mr. Jack Weir 1989 Mrs. Denise (Arroyo) Blum ‘89 and Mr. Christopher Blum ‘86 Mrs. Jennifer E. (Thomas) Connolly ‘89 and Mr. Gavin Connolly Mrs. Nicole (Mercante) Guariano ‘89 and Mr. Salvatore Guariano Mr. Daniel Hahn ‘89 and Mrs. Angela Hahn Mr. Mario Scalora ‘89 and Mrs. Tricia Scalora Mrs. Audrey J. (Sinko) Sharpe ‘89 and Mr. Robert J. Sharpe Mr. Michael Smith ‘89 and Mrs. Angela Smyth Mrs. Julie (Miro) Wenger ‘89 and Mr. Brad Wenger 1990 Mrs. Ann Marie (Lloyd) Paoli ‘90 and Mr. James Paoli ‘84 Mr. Matthew Rosa ‘90 and Mrs. Constance Rosa Mrs. Agnes M. Saxton ‘90 Mrs. Denise (Neal) Stitik ‘90 1991 Mrs. Susan Rowlyk-Beccaria ‘91 and Mr. Dave J. Beccaria Mr. Vincent DiFurio ‘91 Mrs. Danielle Marie (Drupieski) Dohl ‘91 and Mr. Christopher Dohl Mr. Neal Donaldson ‘91 and Mrs. Lisa Donaldson Mrs. Dawn (Lewandowski) Dougherty ‘91 and Mr. Jim Dougherty Ms. Mary F. Dugan ‘91 Mrs. Maria (Russo) Fiscella ‘91 and Mr. David Fiscella ‘91 Mr. James Michael Lennon ‘91 and Mrs. Maria Lennon Mrs. Karen (Wright) Lord ‘91 and Mr. Christopher Lord Mrs. Megan (Grant) Reader ‘91 and Mr. Michael Reader Mrs. Natalie Ann (Fausnaugh) Tucci ‘91 and Mr. Charlie Tucci Mr. Derek Martin Vito ‘91 and Mrs. Julie Ann Vito Mrs. Penni (Day) Zimmerman ‘91 and Mr. Matt Zimmerman 1992 Mr. John Paul Gulli ‘92 Ms. Emily (Hogan) Lyons ‘92 Mrs. Jennifer (Piechoski) Smith ‘92 and Mr. Stephen Smith

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1993 Mr. Michael A. Barlow ‘93 Mrs. Christina S. (Shum) Dillon ‘93 and Mr. Christopher Dillon Mr. David Haley ‘93 Mr. Eric Sisofo ‘93 and Mrs. Dianne Sisofo Mr. Marc Skurla ‘93 and Mrs. Cheryl Skurla 1994 Mrs. Deaneen (Mullins) Crabtree ‘94 Ms. Erin Hogan ‘94 Mr. Christien D. Kirk ‘94 and Mrs. Melissa B. Kirk Mr. Ting Pui Lai ‘94 Mrs. Virginia (Santilli) Shepherd ‘94 and Mr. Ernest Shepherd ‘95 1995 Mr. Ernest Shepherd ‘95 and Mrs. Virginia (Santilli) Shepherd ‘94 1996 Mrs. Leslie (Blazes) Anderson ‘96 and Mr. Leonard Anderson Mr. Guido DeAscanis III ‘96 and Mrs. Deirdre DeAscanis Mr. Cory Frederick ‘96 and Christine J. Frederick Mr. Johan A. Hohman ‘96 Mr. Paul Kaufman ‘96 and Mrs. Sarah Kaufman Mr. John Neill ‘96 and Mrs. Ellen Neill Ms. Toni A. Swan ‘96 1997 Ms. Regina Aquino ‘97 Mr. Robert Garrett ‘97 and Mrs. Liz Garrett Mrs. Laura (Worley) Yost ‘97 and Mr. Kyle Yost 1998 Mr. Michael August ‘98 and Mrs. Sandy (Stephens) August ‘99 Ms. Katherine E. Bartosik ‘98 Dr. Amanda Catherine Micucio ‘98 1999 Mrs. Sandy (Stephens) August ‘99 and Mr. Michael August ‘98 Mrs. Cristin (Vignola) Bowman ‘99 Mrs. Marianne (Fisher) Norris ‘99 and Mr. Jason Norris Mrs. Valerie (Biafore) Wright ‘99 and Mr. James Wright ‘96 2000 Mrs. Martha (Loehr) Cammarata ‘00 and Mr. Kevin Cammarata Mr. Daniel Davis ‘00 and Mrs. Dia Davis Mr. Peter Ferrante ‘00 Dr. William Hohman ‘00 and Mrs. Elisabeth Hohman Mr. Daniel McCaffery ‘00 and Mrs. D.L. McCaffery Mr. Mark Zolandz ‘00 and Mrs. Corrine (Casey) Zolandz ‘00 2001 Mrs. Lindsey Bart - Slijepcevic ‘01 Vy. Rev. Glenn M. Evers ‘01 Mrs. Sherry (Smith) Fagin ‘01 and Mr. Michael Fagin Ms. Jennifer Lynn Pieniaszek ‘01 Mrs. Tracee Lynn (Mosch) Sherlock ‘01 and Mr. Christopher Sherlock Ms. Lilyan Weilyne Shu ‘01 2002 Ms. Kathryn Ann (Kuczmarski) Brenner ‘02 2003 Ms. Lindsay Marie Fernandes ‘03 Ms. Kari Ann Widdoes-Fitzgerald ‘03 Mrs. Nicole (Marshall) Johnson ‘03 and Mr. Matthew Johnson Mr. Robert Michael Michlovich ‘03 42

2004 Mr. Eric David Henley ‘04 Mr. Peter McGivney ‘04 and Mrs. Geraldine McGivney Mr. Brendan W. Sullivan ‘04 Mr. Brian C. Willis ‘04 2005 Mr. Timothy William Boyle ‘05 Mr. Gerald Deery ‘05 and Mrs. Rosemary Deery Mr. Lucas James Dominica ‘05 2006 Mr. Kenneth Davis Finnegan ‘06 2007 Ms. Elizabeth Neal Lyons ‘07 Ms. Ann Elizabeth Rychlicki ‘07 Mr. Evan Griffin Zechman ‘07 2008 Mr. Anthony DiRienzo ‘08 Mr. Mark Patrick Dobos ‘08 Dr. Timothy McCormick ‘08 and Mrs. Barbara McCormick 2009 Mr. Robert Michael Finnegan ‘09 2011 Mr. Matt Mossman ‘11 Ms. Margaret Mary Neal ‘11 Ms. Jamie Lynne Williams ‘11 2012 Ms. Gabrielle R. Gaul ‘12 2013 Ms. Mary Bridget White ‘13 2015 Mr. Alan Carlsen ‘15 Ms. Sarah Elizabeth Pettoruto ‘15 Ms. Ann Marie White ‘15 2017 Mr. Joseph White ‘17 2018 Ms. Amanda Brannen ‘18 Faculty & Staff Mrs. Celeste Barr Mr. Raymond Barto Mr. Kris Bonitatibus Mr. Art Bookout Mr. Martin Booth ‘81 Mrs. Misty Boyle Ms. Kathryn Ann (Kuczmarski) Brenner ‘02 Mrs. Julie Chickadel-Cardena Mrs. Ashley Cooper Mr. Francis Corrigan Mr. Peter Curcio Mr. Michael DiGennaro Mrs. Anne Marie (Dolan) Eanes ‘75 Mr. William Eichinger Mr. Brian James Eller


Ms. Wynne Esbitt Mrs. Christine Flanigan Mrs. Marie (Crossan) Flynn ‘80 Mrs. Dale Freund Mrs. Maribeth M. Hoelmer Mr. Michael Holland Mr. Karl Honma Deacon Patrick Johnston Ms. Diane Kuczmarski Mrs. Anna Madonna Mr. Robert Maegerle ‘87 Mrs. Heather McCarty Mrs. Bonnie Moore Mrs. Barbara Morrell Mr. Timothy Neal Mr. Pablo Rodarte Mr. Nicholas Francis Sanna Mrs. Anne (Harrison) Smith ‘74 Mr. Matthew W. Smith Ms. Patrice Soares Mrs. Krysia (Cierniak) Tramont ‘87 Mr. Brian Alexander Venti Mr. Paul Wysocki Mrs. Katherine Zangwill Mrs. Corrine (Casey) Zolandz ‘00 Saint Marks’ Advisory Board Mrs. Mary Liz Biddle Dr. Patricia Mary Curtin M.D. ‘76 Mr. Michael Freda Mr. James Groff Mr. Stephen L. Hyde Mr. Stewart Lee Mr. Christopher Locke Mr. Robert D. Mosch Jr. Mr. Brian T. Murray Rev. Joseph Piekarski Miss Charisse L. Rodgers Spartan Athletic Club Mr. Timothy Abrams ‘87 and Mrs. Tricia Ciminello Abrams ‘87 Mr. Gary Anderson and Mrs. Kathleen Anderson Mr. James Ashton Ms. Renee Baffone Ms. Lori Barks Mr. Paul Bauernschmidt and Mrs. Mary E. Bauernschmidt Mrs. Kristina Birzes and Mr. Richard Birzes Mrs. Denise (Arroyo) Blum ‘89 and Mr. Christopher Blum ‘86 Ms. Jennifer Bojarski Mr. Thomas Bosso ‘79 and Mrs. Andrea Bosso Mr. Eric Boyle and Mrs. Mary Boyle Mr. Michael Branca and Mrs. Catherine Branca Mr. David S. Burnham and Mrs. Kimberly S. Burnham Ms. Caroline Burns ‘83 Mr. Joseph Burns Ms. Kelsey Callaghan Mr. Chris Cell and Mrs. Jenni Cell Mr. Leonard Creswell Jr. ‘83 and Mrs. Barbra Creswell Ms. Cathy Crumlish Mr. John Crumlish III ‘74 and Mrs. Sharon Crumlish Mr. Eric Dalton and Mrs. Sandi Dalton Mr. David Detrick and Mrs. Laura Detrick Mr. Paul Diehm and Mrs. Dina Diehm

Mr. James DiFilippo and Mrs. Annie DiFilippo Mr. Anthony DiRienzo ‘08 Mr. Mark Patrick Dobos ‘08 Mrs. Danielle Marie (Drupieski) Dohl ‘91 and Mr. Christopher Dohl Ms. Kate Donnelly Mrs. Rene (Flanagan) Donnelly ‘76 and Mr. Patrick Donnelly Mr. Dan Dougherty and Mrs. Suzan Dougherty Mr. David B. DuPlessis and Mrs. Edith R. DuPlessis Mr. Todd Farina and Mrs. Jennifer Farina Mr. Matt Fauerbach and Mrs. Kerri Fauerbach Ms. Susan Flanagan Mr. Cory Frederick ‘96 and Mrs. Christine J. Frederick Ms. Shannon Freel Ms. Jennifer Goerlitz Mr. Donald S. Greenamoyer and Mrs. Cynthia A. Greenamoyer Ms. Nancy J. Griskowitz ‘85 and Mr. Kristopher Satterfield Mr. John Paul Gulli ‘92 Ms. Amy Haywood Ms. Nancy Hedges Mrs. Maryanne (Uricheck) Holzapfel, R.Ph. ‘78 and Mr. John K. Holzapfel Dr. Fouad Kiamilev Mr. Aaron Lattomus and Mrs. Laurie Lattomus Mr. Kurt Manal and Mrs. Tara Manal Mrs. Wendy Manthorpe Dr. Eric Christopher Marks Miss Amy Marta Mr. Lawrence McCusker and Mrs. Janet McCusker Mr. Michael McKenna Ms. Raquel McTague Ms. Lisa Meitzler Ms. Carmen Mejias Mr. Phillip Montgomery and Mrs. Dara Montgomery Mr. Sean Morrison and Ms. Cheryl Hess Mr. Robert D. Mosch Jr. and Mrs. Deborah Mosch Mr. Jason Oberhausen and Mrs. Lori Oberhausen Mr. Francis Papili ‘85 and Mrs. Amy Papili Ms. Danielle Pelagatti Mr. Chad Pisorchik and Mrs. Lisa Pisorchik Ms. Chrissy Pruitt Mr. David Psenicska and Mrs. Gina Mirarchi Psenicska Ms. Monica Rago Mr. Michael Ranegan and Mrs. Jennifer Ranegan Mr. Don Robart and Mrs. Jenn Robart Ms. Jennifer Rodriguez Mr. Rogelio Rodriguez and Mrs. Carina Rodriguez Mr. Matthew Rosa ‘90 and Mrs. Constance Rosa Mr. Dennis M. Salter ‘79 and Mrs. Beth Salter Mr. Anthony Santoro and Mrs. Kristina Santoro Mr. Mario Scalora ‘89 and Mrs. Tricia Scalora Mr. Gary Schmelz and Dr. Caroline Wieczorek Schmelz Mr. James Schnatterer and Mrs. Julie Schnatterer Mr. Geoffrey Schusteritsch and Mrs. Erin J. Schusteritsch Mr. Paul Schweizer ‘74 and Mrs. Lori Schweizer Mr. Brian Scott Mr. Ernest Shepherd ‘95 and Mrs. Virginia (Santilli) Shepherd ‘94 Mr. Eric Sisofo ‘93 and Mrs. Dianne Sisofo Mrs. Jennifer (Piechoski) Smith ‘92 and Mr. Stephen Smith Mrs. Diane (Schlor) Sparks ‘84 and Mr. Fred Sparks Mr. John Swartz Mr. Brian Sweeney and Mrs. Jodi Sweeney Ms. Terri Taylor Mr. Ron Topor Mrs. Natalie Ann (Fausnaugh) Tucci ‘91 and Mr. Charlie Tucci Mr. Derek Martin Vito ‘91 and Mrs. Julie Ann Vito

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Mr. James Vogel and Mrs. Francesca Vogel Mr. Michael Walton Mr. William Wapniarek and Mrs. Laurie Wapniarek Mrs. Julie (Miro) Wenger ‘89 and Mr. Brad Wenger Ms. Jamie Lynne Williams ‘11 Mr. Brian C. Willis ‘04 Mr. Robert Witt ‘84 and Mrs. Veronica Witt Mr. Charles Wright and Mrs. Anne Wright Mr. Evan Griffin Zechman ‘07 Ambient Heating and Cooling Assurance Media Broad Run Golfers Club BSN Sports LLC Fieldstone Golf Club Formal Affairs of Delaware Inc. Incent Media Jack’s Country Maid Deli Nathan Speare Foundation Payroll Management Assistance Saint Mark’s Class of 1976 Sponsorships Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Dan Davis – ReMax Realty Diamond State Party Rentals The Hyde Family IFS Benefits Dr. Kaz The Murray Family Nickel Electric Seasons Pizza The Shone Family WSFS Bank Gifts in Kind The following donors provided Gifts in Kind to Saint Mark’s during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019 Mr. Robert Biddle and Mrs. Mary Liz Biddle Dr. Patricia Mary Curtin ‘76 and Mr. Thomas M. White Mr. Russell Moore and Mrs. Bonnie Moore Acme Supermarkets Broad Run Golfers Club Fieldstone Golf Club Maryland Jockey Club

The Honor Roll of Donors includes gifts received between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the list. If your name has been omitted or it was spelled incorrectly, please accept our sincere apologies and contact the Advancement Office so we can correct our records.

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Calendar Dates

December 2019 12/7 & 12/8

8th Grade HSPT

12/15

St. Nick at SMHS/Brunch with Santa

12/15

Christmas Concert

January 2020 1/23 1/26 - 2/1

50th Anniversary Pasta Night Catholic Schools Week

February 2020 2/21

50th Anniversary Athletic Hall of Fame Induction

2/25

Blood Drive

2/28 & 2/29

Spring Musical

March 2020 3/17 & 3/19

7th Grade HSPT Prep Course

3/27 & 3/28

Blue Gold Fashion Show

3/21

7th Grade HSPT

April 2020 4/25

50th Anniversary Gala

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Saint Mark’s 50th Anniversary is Here! ACADEMICS ARTS STUDENT LIFE The number of Ivy League schools Spartans have attended The first in the state to offer its students courses in the College of Health Sciences through a partnership with the University of Delaware Percentage of students who take AP courses 98% Percentage of students accepted to college (2% entered the military) Academic championships

ALL 8

Clubs and organizations

20+

Percentage of students who participate in co-curricular activities

83%

Number of students who participate in the musical arts All-State Chorus Singers since 1974

1ST

Minimum hours each Spartan spends 60 Alumni Weekend: Varsity Football vs. Archmere 9/30 serving 47% OF STUDENTS RECEIVE the community prior FINANCIAL SUPPORT to graduation

27%

10/1 ATHLETICS

98%

25+

Alumni Weekend: Multi-class Reunions at Saint Mark’s ’76, ’81, ’86, ’91, ’96, ’01, ’06, ’11

State athletic championships 100 since 1969 Alumni Weekend: Alumni Mass 10/2 Percentage of students who participate in sports

66%

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