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First Publication: October 1981

For Alumni, Friends, and Families of Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School

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Gra n dpa re n ts Da y 2013 Fall 2013

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Dear Friends and Supporters of Catholic Schools: In my office is a school locker that was decorated with hundreds of “old” yearbook pictures of teachers and students. Some are in black and white, some are in color, some include priests and nuns and some include volunteers and other support staff. I bought it at one of the early Catholic Schools auctions because it gave me a sense of pride, connection and hope for those kids who would be our future Streaks and enter the hallways of knowledge at SJCC. We are connected to those who came before and those yet to come. Those of you who have already passed through the hallways of our Catholic schools and are now entrenched in very busy lives – with families, work, church and other service activities – appreciate how your Catholic school experience has helped shape who you are today. You know our BHCS students from preschool through high school deserve a chance to experience an even better opportunity. Through our development efforts, we now reach out to all of you. We appreciate those who have already “paid it forward” and say “thank you from the heart”. For those of you who have wondered where to best serve the next generation of SJCC graduates, your unique method of “paying it forward” may be by a credit card donation, or writing a check or picking up the phone and calling or sending an email asking for more information. We have set a goal of $250,000 for this year’s annual fund. We know it will be achieved when everyone gives. We know it will be achieved when everyone “invests” back so we can move forward. You make a difference. Go make a difference. Go make a difference in our world. Please give to our fund, to our children and help us take this next generation to even greater heights than any of us could have imagined “back in the day”. God bless you and thank you!

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In this issue INSPIRATION, PARKER INKS... PAGE 4

Tim Cullen

Eagle Scouts

Benjamin F. Selvey and Jacob A. McQuistion recently earned their rank of Eagle Scout and were awarded this achievement at the Court of Honor at St. Ann’s Church Bishop Hoffman Hall. Selvey is the son of Norm and Cathy Selvey. He is currently a senior at SJCC and a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church. His Eagle Scout community service project was for Our Lady of the Pines Retreat Center. He led the installation of a concrete sidewalk/walkway under the direction of Mr. Dick Celek. This walkway connects the Hermitage Cabins to the parking lot and the other buildings on the premises. With the help of other scouts, family and friends, the project accumulated 146 volunteer hours of time to complete. Many area businessmen donated to this project for its completion. After graduation, he plans to attend college and pursue an engineering degree. McQuistion is the son of Brian and Peggy McQuistion. He is currently a senior at SJCC. His Eagle Scout community service project consisted of the installation of a disc golf course at Walsh Park in Fremont. He enlisted the help and resources of family, fellow scouts, the City of Fremont and designer Bill Bigalow. The nine-hole course includes some challenging shots, as well as a practice area. The project took approximately 18 months to complete with a recorded 188 hours of work involved. After graduating from high school, he plans to attend college and ey Ben Selv Jacob Mc Quistion major in graphic design.

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FORE... PAGE 5

T hank You!

IN THANKS... Page 7

ROAD TO RECOVERY... PAGE 11

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Time to re-enroll your Kroger Card We earned $900 for the first quarter!!

Do you have a Kroger Plus Card? Whenever you use your Kroger Plus Card we will receive a donation equaling a percentage of the total amount you spend. Each April, they reset their system and require us to re-enroll every participant. Follow these steps to participate(if reenrolling, follow steps 1,2,6, and 7)... 1. Go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com 2. Click on Sign in/ Register 3. Click on Sign Up Today in “New Customer,” enter the required information. 4. After receiving an e-mail from Kroger, click on the link in the body of the e-mail. 5. Click on My Account, enter e-mail address and password to proceed. 6. Edit Kroger Community Rewards and input your Kroger Plus Card number. 7. Enter either # 84970 (SJCC) or # 80837 (BHCS PTO), follow prompts to confirm. • The Target Red Card is another great opportunity to give back! Target donates up to 1% of your purchase to BHCS. Please use the ID Code: 14134 • Online purchases are very popular right now. Visit www.igive.com to enroll…with each purchase, a portion of your sale is donated to the school. • We also have an account at Gordon Food Service. Simply enroll at the customer service desk!

St. Joseph Central Catholic High School A Bishop Hoffman Catholic School 702 Croghan St. Fremont, OH 43420 419-332-9947 Fax 419-332-4945 www.bishop-hoffman.net Advancement Office 419-332-5124 The Voice is published four times a year for the alumni and friends of SJCC. Direct all comments to: The Voice, 702 Croghan St., Fremont, OH 43420 Director of Advancement Angie Halbeisen (O’Neal ‘93) Copy Editors: Mary Ellen Leite (Hughes ‘53) Sarah Pietrykowski ‘02 Mary Luc (Mayle ‘63) SJCC Faculty: Amy Ronski (Spieldenner ‘80) Liz Pietrykowski Cori Foos (Bruchs ‘97)

2013 Monthly Calendar Winners January

Bob & Kim Gabel

February

Stacy Bilger

March April May June July August September

Norma Hoffman Angie Smith Jeanine VanDerLaar Brent & Shelly Krumnow Don Bertsch Dave Wonderly Rachel Widman

Daily winners can be found @ sjcc.bishop-hoffman.net

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Hometown Hero

Katie Magnuson ‘16 How would it feel to be mostly paralyzed? Parker Inks, a freshman at St. Joseph Central Catholic, has been living this way nearly all of his life. Parker developed a form of muscular dystrophy when he was about six months old. This genetic disease makes the muscles weak and people with it generally have a limited range of mobility, ultimately needing wheelchairs in order to get around. However, despite the complications associated with his condition, Parker does not allow adversity to get the best of him. Instead, he seeks to inspire and help others to be confident and look on the bright side of life. Since his arrival at SJCC, Parker has had to adapt to high school life like everyone else, but with the added pressures of a genetic condition. However, when asked about the difficulties of high school life and how he’s met the challenges, he never once mentioned or complained about having to navigate a wheelchair through the halls or take the elevator to move from one floor to the next. Instead, he reflected on the positivity that seems to surround him wherever he goes. According to Parker, he has been able to make the transition from middle school to high school well because he is familiar with nearly the entire student body and receives an immense amount of encouragement from those around him. His favorite subjects are Art I and American History-- which he is able to take as a freshman by special request-- and although he sees the work as a bit more difficult, it does not seem to bother him in the least. In fact, Parker describes the most difficult aspect of high school is trying to find time to be with his friends. In addition to setting a good example for his peers, Parker also seeks to empower those with similar conditions as well as their families. In 2008 the Inks family, and a few others, decided to establish Parker’s Purpose, an organization dedicated to easing the financial burden faced by the families of those with life-altering conditions. The organization was formed because of the Inks family’s desire to help others as their community had helped them when Parker was ill and medical expenses were a burden. Since its creation, Parker’s Purpose has donated over $100,000 to hundreds of families in need. Through this charity, Parker has been able to sow hope in the hearts of others like him and continues to be an inspiration to all who know him. Overall, Parker is a real go-getter. He has taken what others may view as setbacks and used them to prove that, with a lot of hard work and a little faith, anything is possible. All his life, Parker has had a motto: “Don’t let what you can’t do interfere with what you can do.” With this in mind, it is easy to stop focusing on shortcomings and use one’s strengths to help others. Parker’s wit and great capacity to love and teach others to love make his presence in our school a true blessing. We are very happy to have him with us. Mrs. Jody Twining’s 8th Grade Science Topics class at SJCC is participating in the Lexus/Scholastic EcoChallenge for a chance to win $10,000! They prepared their project around invasive species in the Great Lakes and they presented it to the 4th and 8th grades at the St. Joseph Campus. The class presented a puppet show, a slideshow and a scavenger hunt with prizes! The class researched several different invasive species, including the Round Goby, Asian Carp and Sea Lamprey. They also researched the different problems these species pose for Lake Erie. This educational presentation applies to everyone in the community since the invasive fish and plants that are damaging Lake Erie affect us all. Please remember to do your part by not releasing pets into the wild, returning animals and plants to the areas you find them in, and being a good boating citizen! A big Thank You goes out to the 4th and 8th Grade teachers for allowing us to present to your classes and to Mrs. Krupp for allowing us to put up posters throughout the building! The class looks forward to finding out if they win!

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2013 Alumni and Friends/CEDF Golf Outing

Friday, August 23, was a great day for golf as SJCC alumni and friends participated in the 7th annual Alumni and Friends/CEDF Golf Outing. The Fremont Country Club hosted the event with 22 teams competing. Over $5,800 was raised and will be split between the Alumni and Friends Association and CEDF. Congratulations to the winning team of John Faist, Dick Faist, Red Haslinger and John Lauer! We would like to thank the golf committee members Rick Frank, John Lauer, Al O’Neal and Al Schabel for the time and expertise in planning the outing, and to the sponsors listed below. CORPORATE Sponsors

Prize Donors Craig & Angie Chlosta Chud’s Grille Clyde Findlay Area Credit Union Fremont Federal Credit Union Green Hills-River Cliff and Woussickett Golf Courses Hoch’s 818 Club John and Alison Lauer Sycamore Hills Golf Course Henry Valle Whitey’s Diner Bill Wingard Jim Yeager

hole sponsors Advanced Plumbing and Heating Automatic Fire Protection Baumann Auto Group Beck Suppliers Rob Boukissen-Wendt KeyTeam Realty Burns Iron & Metal Carbo Forge and Machine Chud’s Grille Clyde Findlay Area Credit Union Croghan Colonial Bank Crown Battery Mfg. Co., Inc. Dairy Queen East The Depot Diversified Insurance Services East of Chicago Pizza Erie Shore Propane

Al Schabel

Eye Centers of Northwest Ohio Foster Auto Body Inc. Fremont Country Club Fremont Federal Credit Union Fremont Flask Company Fremont Floor Covering Fricker’s Karen Gabel Grund Drug Co. Heinz North America Herman Kinn Funeral Home Hoch’s 818 Club House Family of Clyde Jake’s Auto Services, Inc. Knight Moore Law Firm Kuns Northcoast Security Center John and Alison Lauer Linke’s Wheel Alignment Mayle, Ray, and Mayle M. Scott Mead, DDS The McCue Family Memorial Hospital Mark Miesle-Edward D. Jones Nagy Orthodontics The O’Neal Family Double O’s-Al O’Neal & Jim O’Brien Andrew A. Peterson, D.D.S. Pfefferle Family Primerica-Al Schabel Progressive Iron and Metal Rick Frank Insurance Tim and Deb Sauber Sorg Graphics Spader Freight Services Dr. Howard Stierwalt

Subway Sycamore Hills Golf Course The UPS Store United Insurance Service Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2947 Walt Rusch Plumbing & Heating Walters’ Boiler Works Jim Weaver-Fremont City Council Whitey’s Diner Williard Golf Course-Bill Pfefferle Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home & Crematory Young’s RV Center

SPECIAL SPONSOR (purchased at BHCS dinner auction) D.Frederick Singer & Assoc.

SPECIAL TOURNAMENT WORKERS

Kim Cope SJCC Golf team: Coach Dave Cope Aaron Burns Daniel Foos Mathias Michelson Jaeden Sherman Collin Spader Christian Smith Austin Underwood

SJCC Athletic Booster Club News Please mark your calendars for our upcoming events!

December 20: Ball Drop February 2: Annual Superbowl Breakfast March 8: Vegas Night (more details to follow)

200 Club Winners As part of our 200 Club, we draw winners at each Booster Club meeting. The following are our winners: September 3 Josh Lauer & Dusty Reinhart September 16 Jim Carmack October 7 Tom Swint October 21 Jim Yeager

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Ball Drop Tickets $10.00 per ticket December 20, 2013, following the SJCC vs Danbury Boys Varsity Basketball Game Don’t miss your chance to win $2,000!!! Name_______________________________________________ Address_____________________________________________ Phone Number _______________________________________ Please mail your ticket and $10 to: SJCC Ball Drop 702 Croghan Street Fremont OH 43420

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Memor ial s

Scholarships Rob and Kathy Boukissen and Family Scholarship In Memory of Ann Light Doug Michael Evelyn Michael Tom Rich Vince Swint Mr. & Mrs. Rob Boukissen James & Barbara Haubert Scholarship In Memory of Ann Light Mrs. Barbara Haubert In Memory of Vince Swint Mr. & Mrs. Michael Gabel Tom & Ellen Leite Scholarship In Memory of Marie Fisher Mr. & Mrs. Tom Leite Thomas R. Swint Scholarship In Memory of Barbara Drown Vince Swint Mr. & Mrs. Tom Swint Alumni & Friends Association In Memory of Pauline Batesole Marie Fisher Ann Light James Spieldenner Mr. & Mrs. John Lauer Band In Memory of Ann Light Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schmidt Tuition Assistance In Memory of Pauline Batesole Mr. & Mrs. Mark Pumphrey In Memory of Peg Boyer Mr. and Mrs. David Courtney In Memory of Ann Light Mr. & Mrs. Gregory L. Darr

Tuition Assistance Ms. Sue Borkovich St. Casimir Church Foundation Class of 1949 Class of 1968 Trophy Fund Mr. Kenneth Damschroder Mr. & Mrs. Michael Gonya Mr. Marcus Gonya Dr. & Mrs. Charles Hull

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Unrestricted In Memory of Pauline Batesole Mr. Lemar Baker Mr. & Mrs. William Baker Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Diedrich Mr. & Mrs. Greg Diedrich Mrs. Mary Margaret Droll Mr. William Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Joe Kelbley Ms. Lou Ann Kramer Ms. Linda Mierke Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moes Dr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Reineck Ms. Sue Van Sant Mr. & Mrs. Jack Wetzel In Memory of Chancy Blodgett Mr. & Mrs. Brian Blodgett In Memory of Joan Bowden Mrs. Carol A. Belle Mrs. Elaine C. Garvin Mr. & Mrs. Roy Wilhelm In Memory of Donald Dickman Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Saller Class of 1956 In Memory of Barbara Drown Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Berryman Mrs. Margie Hofelich Mrs. Barb Schmidt In Memory of Marie Fisher Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Beaston Mr. & Mrs. James Celek Ms. Nanette M. Celek Mr. & Mrs. Richard Celek Mr. & Mrs. Michael Felter Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Fisher Ms. Linda M. Fox Mr. & Mrs. James Hertzer Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Hoffman Mrs. Norma R. Ochs Dr. & Mrs. Walter Oxley Mr. & Mrs. Jon Peters Mr. & Mrs. Dean Pfefferle Rocky River Public Library Children’s Department Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Saller

Gifts

Don & Jean Wasserman Scholarship In Honor of Lou & Diane Mayle’s 50th Wedding Anniversary Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Wasserman Pickett- StoutDumminger Scholarship Dr. & Mrs. Mark Pickett CEDF Mrs. Mary Barrington

Mrs. Diane Stephens Mr. & Mrs. David Young In Memory of Gary Griffin Mrs. Judy Miller In Memory of Mary Hertzer Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Freeh Various Donors In Memory of Ann Light Mr. & Mrs. Mark Albright Mr. & Mrs. Tom Appleby Mr. & Mrs. Richard Barbour Mr. & Mrs. Tab Bickford Mr. & Mrs. Scott Brubaker Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Carmack Mr. & Mrs. Chris Carnicom Mr.& Mrs. Timothy Colston Mr. & Mrs. John Cronin Mr. &Mrs. Kevin Fisher Lt. Col. & Mrs. Thomas Hoffert Mrs. Marilyn J. House Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Kusmer Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kusmer Mr. Thomas M. Light Mr. & Mrs. John Lonsway Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Manahan Mr.& Mrs. Kent Merrill Mr. Daniel J. Miesle Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Militello Mr. &Mrs. Vincent Militello Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Miller Mr. & Mrs. Peter Miller Mr. & Mrs. John Molyet Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moyer Mr. &Mrs. Douglas Pearson Mr. & Mrs. David Peiffer Mr. & Mrs. Kris Perry Mr. & Mrs. Mark Pumphrey Mrs. Joyce S. Reardon Mr. & Mrs. Donald Reinhart Mr. & Mrs. Jim Ronski Mr. Dick Ross Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Saller Mr. & Mrs. Richard Setzler Mrs. Pat Spieldenner Mr. & Mrs. George Stepanic Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Swint Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Swint Mr. &Mrs. Burkhart Tischler Mr. & Mrs. Albert Wagner

Mr. & Mrs. George Ward Mr. & Mrs. Bill Yeager Mr. & Mrs. Jim Yeager In Memory of Julia Mehling Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Wagner In Memory of Edmond Mosser Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Darr Mr. & Mrs. Donald Miesle Mrs. Margaret L. Mosser Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Saller In Memory of Ronald Mosser and Steven Mosser Mrs. Catherine Mosser In Memory of Tom Rich Mr. & Mrs. Richard Barbour Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord Bowden Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Busold Mr. & Mrs. Tony Chudzinski Mr. William G. Cronin Mr. Thomas L. Dalton Mr. & Mrs. Victor Frederick Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Freeh Mr. & Mrs. David Haynes Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Kirwen Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Knisely Mr. &Mrs. Doyle Kusmer Mr. & Mrs. Donald Miesle Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moyer Mr. & Mrs. Peter Naderer Mrs. Pat Picciuto Dr. & Mrs. Mark Pickett Mrs. Sara N. Rich Mrs. Anna E. Shetzer Mrs. Janeearlene Smith Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Walters Mr. & Mrs. Bill Yeager Class of 1944 In Memory of Charles Riehl Mr. & Mrs. Mark Pumphrey Various Donors In Memory of James Spieldenner Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Saller Class of 1949 In Memory of Vince Swint Mr. & Mrs. Mark Albright Mr. & Mrs. Tab Bickford

In Thanks

Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord Bowden Mr. & Mrs. Dwayne Colston Ms. Ruth Dore Mr. & Mrs. Peter Dye Mr. & Mrs. Rich Geyman Mrs. Marjorie Gillig Mr. & Mrs. Gary Godfred Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Gottron Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gottron Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gottron II Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Halbeisen Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Halm Mr. & Mrs. David Haynes Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hoelzle Mr. & Mrs. Greg Kuns Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Kusmer Mr. & Mrs. Louis Lee Mr. Edward A. Leite Dr. & Mrs. Edward Lind Mr. & Mrs. Charles Merrill Mr. & Mrs. Doug Millinger Barbara, Dede, & Mary Jo Muller Mr. Gerald Porczak Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Saller Mrs. Barb Schmidt Mrs. Pat Spieldenner Mr. & Mrs. Terry Stanforth Mrs. Carolyn Vassar Mrs. Jean Wasserman Mr. & Mrs. Jim Yeager O.E. Meyer Co. In Memory of Colleen Tuck Mr. & Mrs. Michael Blechinger Mr. & Mrs. Leo Bundschuh Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Cronin Mrs. Norma L. Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kehn Dr. & Mrs. Walter Oxley Ms. Dorothy Swedersky Mrs. Virginia Wright In Memory of Gerald and Roseanne Zimmer Class of 1957

Soup Stop: Kim Cope, Judy Good, Tim Harmon, Lou Kuhlman, Kathryn Rahal, TJ & Anita Wurzel and the Zaragoza Family. Soup Stop Cash donations: Sisters of Mercy/St. Bernadine Home BHCS Early Childhood Development Center: Linda Lundberg (made a new teepee cover), Playground Equipment Repair: Vince Snyder, Dave Bain, Bill Barbour and Herb Lehmann Playground Equipment Supplies: Vince & Charlene Snyder Golf Team: Brian & Denise Burns SJCC Homecoming: Wendt Key Team Realty and Corso’s National Honor Society: Brubaker’s Acres St. Joseph Campus Winter Coat Drive Cleaning: Bel-Aire Cleaners Fall Sports Program: Ken Dumminger - Dumminger Photo The SJCC Marching Band would like to send a heartfelt thanks to the Richard Burkett family for the purchase of a new marching bass drum in memory of Rick. It will be put to good use!

The class of 1963 recently celebrated their 50th class reunion! Many thanks for the generous donation in honor of their great memories while attending St Joseph High School!

In Memoriam Unrestricted Class of 1954 Class of 1958 Mr. & Mrs. Louis Martin Mrs. Betty Sherman Mrs. Jeanine P. VanDerLaar Lt. Col. & Mrs. Edward Waldo Kroger Community Rewards In Honor of Sister Regina Fisher’s Silver Jubilee Mr. & Mrs. Mark Pumphrey

Marguerite (Molyet) Morley ‘34 Donald Collier ‘37 Marie (Beier) Fisher ‘39 John Notheis ‘39 Thomas Rich ‘44 JoNeal Ann (Novitski) White ‘45 Mary Alice (Larkins) Hertzer ‘46 Emma (Vought) Ruppert ‘46 Kathryn (Kramer) Ash ‘47 Doris (Bruggeman) Shriver ‘47 Vincent Swint ‘48

Edmond Mosser ‘52 Jerald Zimmer ‘53 Rosanne (Feighner) Zimmer ‘57 Barbara (Edwards) Rigsby ‘58 Donald Dickman ‘56 Margaret (Oprie) Boyer ‘61 Peggy (Foos) Mitchell ‘76 Jeffrey Miller ‘78 Michael Dohanos ‘81 Mary (Fisher) Diaz ‘85

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In Our Prayers James Ackerman David Chamberlain Jerry Freeh Maggie Hershey Viola Mehling

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Pete Naderer Marilyn Norman Suzette Pfefferle Sharon Wurzel Brad Young

Elizabeth Rellinger, a second grader at the Sacred Heart Campus, collected donations for BHCS at her summer birthday party! Thank you Elizabeth!

Thank you to the Class of 1968! Their generous donation to the tuition assistance fund will help future generations graduate from SJCC! Special thanks to Vic Frederick for coordinating the special collection.

Now is the time to purchase your 2014 SJCC Calendar For only $25 you will be entered into a drawing for these prizes: Daily ($25), Monthly ($250), Yearly (3-$1,000) Please call the school office 419-332-9947 to purchase yours today!

The 2014 calendar was created by the students in the Advanced Computer Application class

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2013-2014 Annual Fund Campaign It’s time to say “YES”

We are in our fourth year as a consolidated Catholic school system and we are moving forward. No more looking back in the rear view mirror – we now celebrate our present and build our future:

We have increased the number of “new” students to our school system. We have a budget that is balanced and an enrollment that is stable. We have brought in state scholarship money for parents of students with special needs and also students on a Kindergar- ten voucher based on income needs. This money covers the total tuition for each designated student and the services they require. We have Smartboard and iPad technology throughout each Campus location. We have continued to reach service hour and fundraising goals set for students. We have safe, clean and disciplined schools.

Your 2013-2014 annual fund appeal will be arriving in the mail soon. We need a big push over the next two years – we need a major “recommitment” to our schools. We have set a goal of $250,000 for this year and for next year for the Annual Fund. This amount will secure solid footing for our funding and allow us to keep new initiatives going along with keeping tuition at a reasonable cost for our families. We believe the next two years will help us turn the corner toward an aim-line of growth, creativity and long-standing viability. We have hundreds of Alumni and Friends and are asking each to join in this major push to help us reach our goal. If only 250 each donate a thousand dollars we will reach it. If only 500 would each donate five hundred dollars, we will reach it. These monies will impact our youngest Streaks all the way through our SJCC students as we maintain the only PreK through 12 Catholic school system in Sandusky County.

SJCC Hall of Fame We are actively looking for nominations for the SJCC Athletic Hall of Fame! In order to be considered for this award, the alumni must be formally nominated. We are looking for alumni or coaches who had an outstanding athletic career. If you know anyone deserving of this award, please contact Gary Geller @ 419-332-9947. Forms can also be found at sjcc.bishop-hoffman.net under the Alumni tab.

Please read through the information, prayerfully consider a first-time or continued donation and let us know if you have any questions or need more information. The halls of SJCC are vibrant and continue to echo the core values we all benefitted from. Let’s roll up our sleeves and together make this two-year push successful. Tim Cullen ‘81 BHCS Superintendent

James Yeager ‘70 2013-2014 Annual Fund Chair

Final 2012-2013 Annual Fund Donor Recognition Thru November 13, 2013

++++St. Joseph Society $5,000 and above +++Crimson Charter $1,000 - $4,999 ++Gray Guild $500- $999 +Streak Supporter $100- $499 §Legacy Donor (Annual Fund 18 and 19 Donor) Class of 1943 Ms. Fran Miesle§ Mrs. Jeanne (Rich) Snyder§ Class of 1947 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Courtney Mr. & Mrs. John Merkel (Mary Ann Gabel) Class of 1948 Mr. Jack Cronin+§ Mrs. Marilyn (Cook) Freeh§ Class of 1950 Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bergers (Marilyn Bintz)§ Class of 1955 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schwartz+§ Class of 1956 Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Fisher Mrs. Carol (Koch) Park Class of 1957 Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Atzinger+ Dr. & Mrs. Jorge de la Torre (Julia McDermitt) Mrs. Elaine (Smith) Garvin Dr. Thomas Kunkle§

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Class of 1958 Mrs. Joanne (Lauer) Colgate § *In Memory of Joseph Lauer* Mr. & Mrs. Richard Hoffert+§ Class of 1960 Mrs. Barb (Horn) Fisk§ Class of 1962 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Esker (Nancy Reardon) Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kashmer + Mrs. Sherill Redovian (Van Natta) § Class of 1963 Mr. & Mrs. Gary Logsdon Class of 1965 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kashmer (Sandra Myslinski)+ Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Reineck § Class of 1966 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Engler (Joan Hotz)§ Class of 1967 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Beier (Mary Beth Reineck)

Mr. & Mrs. James Hoffman+§ Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Reineck (Marciann Tinkovicz) § Class of 1968 Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Kwiatkowski (Judith Beier)+§ Class of 1969 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Keegan+ Mr. Joseph Rimelspach Class of 1972 Ms. Constance Magrum§ Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Shetzer Class of 1976 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Picciuto§ Class of 1977 Ms. Michelle Hughes+§ Dr. & Mrs. Mark Reineck+ Mr. & Mrs. Dave Spader (Regina Molyet) Class of 1980 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ashba (Lisa Kindt)§ Class of 1981 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Dohanos§

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Parkey (Paula Spieldenner)§ Mr. & Dr. Donald Rafferty+ Class of 1982 Mr. & Mrs. Doug Burns+§ Mr. & Mrs. Greg Knieriem (Veronica Mumford)+§ Class of 1986 Mr. Mike Miller+§ Ms. Julie (Fisher) Sieving Class of 1987 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Randolph Class of 1990 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Meek (Maureen Hetterman)++ Mr. & Mrs. Michael Schafer (Amy Smith)§ Class of 1992 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hines (Amy Lenhart) Mr. & Mrs. David Spieldenner (Jill Wonderly)+++§ Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Wilkins (Suzanne Militello)§

Class of 1993 Mr. & Mrs. David Spieldenner +++§ Class of 1994 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Naderer § Mr. & Mrs. John Schneider§ Class of 1996 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Gomez (Erin Huss) Mr. & Mrs. Ryan Wechman§ Class of 2000 Mr. Gregory J. Darr+§ Mrs. Kathryn Smith-Peters Class of 2006 Ms. Carly Smith Friends of BHCS Mr. & Mrs. Kirk Kistler Ms. Dana Miller+§ Mr. & Mrs. Robert O’Brien§ Mr. & Mrs. Mark Reilly Mr. & Mrs. Steven Shull§

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Catholic Education Develoment Fund (CEDF) News

Board of Trustees update: The CEDF Board would like to welcome Ryan Reinhart as our newest board member. Ryan replaces outgoing member Dave Gutschalk whose term expired in June 2013. Ann Wise’s term expired in November 2013 and we look forward to announcing her replacement in the next issue. Special thanks to Dave and Ann for their commitment and dedication to the CEDF Board!

November 8, 2013 Reverse Raffle Results!

Congratulations to our Grand Prize winner ($5,000): Bob & Dottie Mayle Runner up ($1,000): Hal & Diane Hawk/Crown Battery Mfg. We awarded over $8,000 in cash prizes and are very grateful for everyone’s support who purchased a ticket! Special thanks to our Sponsors: Ticket Printing: Croghan Colonial Bank Sideboard Sponsors: Bassett’s Market, Fremont Federal Credit Union, Grund Drug. We raised over $20,000 this year! Mark you calendars for next year’s event:

NOVEMBER 7, 2014 at Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed

SJCC Alumni & Friends Heritage Award Update Congratulations to our 2014 inductees: Enrico Branda Stephen Kupka ‘62 Richard Freeborn They will be inducted on Saturday,

May 2, 2014

In the winter issue of the Voice, we will have a profile on each of our very deserving inductees! If you are interested in nominating someone for this prestigious award, please contact SJCC or visit our Heritage Award page at sjcc.bishop-hoffman.net Fall 2013

Class Reunions

1948 66th Reunion, June 4, 2014, Noon, The Old Garden House 1952 62nd Reunion, August 3, 2014, Brunch at Fremont Country Club 1953 61st Reunion, July 13, 2014, Brunch at Fremont Country Club 1957 Meets the third Thursday monthly, 1pm at the Fremont Moose. 1959 55th Reunion, July 19, 2014. More details to follow. 1961 Meets second Tuesday monthly, Fremont Moose, Noon. 1963 51st Reunion, Aug. 10,2014, Fremont Country Club,Noon. 1964 50th Reunion, Oct. 10-11, 2014 . More details to follow. 1966 Meets first Monday monthly, nombl@yahoo.com 1979 35th Reunion, June 21, 2014, Fremont Eagles, contact Sue Sorg SS442@woh.rr.com or Kathy (Naderer) Gillmor kgillmor79@gmail.com 1984 30th Reunion: Please contact Cheryl (Pfefferle) Dunnells for suggestions: cdunnells@yahoo.com Watch for our Class of 1984 reunion Facebook page. 1989 25th Reunion: Please contact Craig Nieset craignieset@gmail.com (440) 637-1833 if you can help plan the reunion. **Please contact SJCC with your updated reunion information. We will publish in the Voice as well as online at: sjcc.bishop-hoffman.net under alumni, 2014 reunions** The Development Office can also provide you with a current classmate address list as well as labels for your next reunion.

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The IN Box

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1940’s Claribel (Wasserman ‘45) and Glen Decker celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary November 8, 2012. 1950’s Rosalie (Young Dupont ‘56) and Ronald Rollins were married June 9, 2013. *Correction* Diane and Lou Mayle ‘57 celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary July 6, 2013. Donna and Paul Gonya ‘59 celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 29, 2013 at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Oak Harbor, Ohio. They are the parents of Terry ‘82, Brian ‘85, Deanna (Foos ‘87), Jeff ‘90 and Jason ‘92. They have five grandchildren, two step-grandchildren and three step-great grandchildren. 1960’s Joanne (Beier ‘60) and Tom Crockett will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary November 28, 2013. They will celebrate their special day with their three children and their families. Donna & Paul Gonya Judith and Joseph Halbeisen ‘60 will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary November 23, 2013 at Sacred Heart Church. They are the parents of Terese (Peters ‘83), Tina (Bohannan ‘84), Trisha (Reiter ‘89), Tony ‘91 and Tyler ‘93. They have six grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Suzanne (Babione ‘60) and Rich Michael will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary November 28, 2013. They are the parents of Michelle (Hahn ‘86), Annette (Mercer ‘87), Tom ‘89 and Greg ‘93. They have 11 grandchildren. Gary Logsdon ‘63 was named to the Fremont Elite Runners Club Hall of Fame. Gary was the first cross country coach at SJCC and helped start the track team. He also coached wresting at SJCC. Judy & Joe Halbeisen 1980’s Matt Haynes ‘81 second children’s book “Mrs. Alligator’s First Movie: Gator at Indy” was published in September. It is the sequel to his first book, “Gator and Moose”, which was published in August 2012. Both books are published by Inkwater Press and can be purchased online at www.inkwaterbooks.com/gatorandmoose. Note: both are also available in e-book format. 1990’s Julie (Schneider) Pecson ‘90 ran the Chicago marathon for the third time on October 13, 2013. Amanda and John Schneider ‘94 welcomed son Harrison Edward Schneider June 6, 2013. Amy (Snyder ‘97) and Todd Bogard were married June 29, 2013. Abby (Chudzinski ‘98) and Matt McCabe were married September 7, 2013. Amanda (Rutherford ‘98) and Daniel Goff welcomed daughter Amelia Kay Goff May 30, 2013. Ashley and Jamie LeJeune ‘99 welcomed son Jagger Lee LeJeune June 18, 2013. 2000’s Melissa and Scott Knisely ‘00 welcomed daughter Jillian Patricia Knisely May 4, 2013. Holly (Snyder ‘00) and Jason Zera welcomed daughter Anna Elizabeth Zera September 2, 2013. Julie (Chudzinski ‘02) and Nick Smith were married September 13, 2013. Julie is a licensed funeral director for Keller Ochs Koch Mason Funeral Home in Fremont. Erin and Jacob Barbour ‘03 were married July 6, 2013 and reside in Mayfield Heights Ohio. Jacob works for LJB Inc. Nadine (Wise ‘02) and Matthew Holbrook were married April 6, 2013. Jennifer (Knisely ‘05) and Joe Weaver welcomed daughter Evelyn Rose Weaver May 4, 2013. Leigh Ann Autullo ‘07 graduated in May from the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City with her masters degree in genetic counseling. She is currently working at the University of Louisville Medical Center in Louisville, Kentucky. Amber and Cory Miller ‘05 welcomed son Jaret Daniel Miller July 7, 2013. Katherine (Gutschalk ‘08) and Andrew Fought were married April 26, 2013.

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Fall 2013

Drivers help patients on Road to Recovery reprinted with permission from Sandusky Register by Jessica Cuffman

Just to get to appointments for treatment, it takes time and energy. Fremont resident John Lauer, now retired, made seemingly countless trips, driving his wife to the Cleveland Clinic 15 years ago for bone marrow transplants and stem cell treatments when she was fighting the disease. That’s why he’s a volunteer for the American Cancer Society’s newly implemented program called Road to Recovery, which connects cancer patients with a free ride and volunteer drivers for treatment and doctor’s appointments. “I’m active in the cancer society. I lost a brother and my wife is a cancer survivor. I’ve been in charge of Relay for Life a couple of times,” Lauer said. Sandusky and Seneca counties recenty launched the program, already available in many other Ohio counties, said Deborah Niese, health initiatives representative for ACS. “The best treatment in the world is useless if you can’t get there,” she said. About 25 drivers have already volunteered to help with the program. Lauer said once they verify your insurance, license and background, it just takes a few hours to get ready to be a volunteer. A volunteer coordinator arranges the rides as they receive requests for transport. Lauer is set to give his first ride next week from Bellevue to Columbus. “It’s a good cause, and cancer affects about every family, if not every family,” Lauer added.

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Crimson and Gray Days! December 20, SJCC Ball Drop February 2, Superbowl Breakfast April 12, BHCS Dinner Auction May 2, SJCC Alumni & Friends Heritage Award May 3, SJCC Athletic Hall of Fame

The SJCC family is once again reaching out to the local community to feed 100 families in need at the Christmas holiday. If you would like to help, please call 419-332-9947.

August 1, SJCC Alumni & Friends Golf Outing, Sycamore Hills Golf Course

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