Vo i c e
First Publication: October 1981
For Alumni, Friends, and Families of Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School
Proud Naderer tradi t ion Fall-Winter 2020 1414 Fall-Winter
When I was a little boy, I heard that God existed because my parents at home and the priests at church told me so. When I was a student in our Catholic schools, I learned that God existed because I had instruction about our faith and beliefs and saw examples of His love through the teachers, sacraments, weekly Mass, and retreats. When I was a college student, I was challenged about God’s existence by other students with other beliefs, opportunities to turn away from Him, and my own inconsistent attendance at Mass. When I got married and started a family, I was renewed by God’s existence through the love of my wife, the birth of our daughters, the loss of my parents and a sister, and this journey we call life. When I started working for the BHCS staff, students, and families, I was inspired by God’s existence. The daily miracles I get to see through the eyes of our K-12 students, the dedicated staff, and the countless supporters of our faith and schools is truly special. We provide our precious students with the opportunity to grow in their faith, love, and knowledge of God and prepare for a world that will tell them there is no God. God exists and lives through each one of us. We need your generous prayers, donations, and time to make this happen. Thank you and may God bless you each and every day on your journey of faith, too. Tim Cullen
On the Cover: SJCC is extremely proud of our Naderer Sports Complex! Thanks to the generosity of Pete ‘52 and Marcie Naderer, student athletes can be found perfecting their skills on the football, baseball, and softball fields throughout their respective seasons! During football season, teams as young as fourth grade through varsity level can be found tackling, passing, and kicking throughout the night. Flowers throughout the complex are blooming all through the growing season and highlight the pride of SJCC. Pete and Marcie are shown on Grandparents Day at the St. Joseph Campus with their grandaughter Melissa Gillmor (fourth grade teacher) and grandchildren Brandon Kadlubowki, Megan Kadlubowski, and Drew Frederick.
Lucas Michael Natalie Zyski
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For Alumni, Friends, and Families of Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School
CALENDAR WINNERS 2014 Monthly Calendar Winners January
Kevin & Dianna Nevius
Tom & Annette Mercer
Don & Marlene Gressman
Mr. & Mrs. Scott Cutter
2015 Calendar Drive
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 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 Meade (Pietrykowski ‘02) Mary Luc (Mayle ‘63) SJCC Faculty: Amy Ronski (Spieldenner ‘80) Liz Pietrykowski Cori Foos (Bruchs ‘97)
1946 69th Reunion, June 2, 2015, 1:00pm, Time Out. 1953 62nd Reunion, July 12, 2015, brunch, Fremont Country Club. 1954 61st Reunion, September 20, 2015, Brunch, Fremont Country Club after 10:30 mass. 1956 59th Reunion, July 12, 2015, Brunch, Fremont Country Club after 10:30 mass. 1957 Meets the third Wednesday of each month, Grand American Buffet 1pm. 1961 Meets the second Tuesday of each month, Fremont Eagles, 1pm. 1963 52nd Reunion, Annual Luncheon, August 9, 2015, noon, Fremont Country Club. 1965 50th Reunion “Celebratory Weekend” September 10-13, 2015. 1966 50th Reunion, August 5-7, 2016. 1975 40th Reunion, August 1, 2015, Fremont Yacht Club. 1995 20th Reunion, August 1, 2015, Catawba Island Brewery. For more information, visit “SJCC Class of 1995” on facebook or contact Julie (Hotz) Celek email@example.com or Andy Mayle firstname.lastname@example.org
Class of ‘64 celebrating their 50th reunion 3
From Cuba to Ohio
~ Robert Venezuela, Class of ‘65
I was born in Havana Cuba in 1946 to caring parents and a bothersome older brother. We lived in a beach town called Cojimar which is located about 10 miles from the Capital. There I resided until 1959, a date that changed Cuba forever. January 1959 marks the year Fidel Castro and his Communist rebels descended from the hills and put an end to a way of life. My father never saw this debacle as he passed away in the summer of 1958. My mother found herself widowed with two sons of military age being harassed by neighbors and other family members to enroll them into special academies that were being formed to indoctrinate young men and women into the Communist party. We had some relatives in the United States that were able to file visa waivers and we were able to leave the island without our families. The trip was traumatic as I was placed inside a glass enclosure in the airport and was forced to watch my mother hold back tears during the whole ordeal. We spent almost ten hours in the enclosure. We called it the Fish Bowl. I joined my mom again in 1969 after my Army discharge. My brother came first in 1961 and I followed in 1962. He was 19 and was not able to enter school under the Catholic welfare protection, but I was lucky and was accepted. He was able to join me in Ohio later in 1963. The first three months of 1962 were spent in a Sheriff’s boys camp called Matacumbe which today stands next to the Tamiami Airport in South Miami. Then I was transferred to Ohio and placed in foster care in Clyde, Ohio, in the home of a wonderful family, Dawn and Patrick Linehan. John, their youngest, is a St. Joe’s alum. The year was 1962, one of the worst winters in Ohio’s history. They enrolled me in St. Joe, and here I began to really appreciate my good fortune. I graduated from St. Joe in 1965 thanks to wonderful teachers, administrators, and peers that always treated me with kindness. Now that I am older, I really appreciate what the Linehan’s, the Catholic Welfare, and everyone that I met while at St. Joe did for me.
2014 Alumni and Friends/CEDF Golf Outing
Friday, August 1, was a great day for golf as SJCC Alumni and Friends participated in the 10th annual Alumni and Friends/CEDF Golf Outing. Sycamore Hills Golf Course hosted the event with 19 teams competing. Over $4,400 was raised and will be split between the Alumni and Friends Association and CEDF. Congratulations to the winning team of Rick Frank, Jordan Frank, Mark Miesle, and Jim Ronski! We would like to thank the golf committee members Rick Frank, John Lauer, Al O’Neal, and Al Schabel for their time and expertise in planning the outing. Thank you also to the sponsors listed below. Mark your calendars for next year: July 31, 2015 at Green Hills Golf Course in Clyde.
Chud’s Grille Depot Pizza Fremont Federal Credit Union Hoch’s 818 Club John and Alison Lauer Sycamore Hills Golf Course Henry Valle Whitey’s Diner Wiliard Golf Course-Bill Pfefferle Bill Wingard Jim Yeager
HOLE SPONSORS Advanced Plumbing and Heating Automatic Fire Protection Baumann Auto Group Rob Boukissen-Wendt KeyTeam Realty Carbo Forge and Machine Chud’s Grille Croghan Colonial Bank Crown Battery Mfg. Co., Inc. Dairy Queen East The Depot Diversified Insurance Services Erie Shore Propane Eye Centers of Northwest Ohio Fremont Country Club
Fremont Federal Credit Union Fremont Flask Company Grund Drug Co. Hoch’s 818 Club H & R Block-L. Voelzke House Family of ClydeJeannine’55, Heather ‘83, Haley ‘86, Heide ‘87 Jake’s Auto Services, Inc. Kentucky Friend Chicken/ Long John Silver John and Alison Lauer M. Scott Mead, DDS The McCue Family Audrey Heschel-McCue ‘41 Cathy McCue-Perry ‘66 Susan Mc-Cue-Harris ‘73 Mary McCue-74 Jim McCue ‘79 McDonald’s Memorial Hospital Mark Miesle-Edward D. Jones Dr. Marc Naderer The O’Neal Family Double O’s-Al O’Neal & Jim O’Brien Pfefferle Family- Tom ‘68, Bill ‘77, Steve ‘79 Primerica-Al Schabel Progressive Iron and Metal Rick Frank Insurance
Sorg Graphics Spader Freight Services Sprouse Insurance Agency Dr. Howard Stierwalt Sycamore Hills Golf Course United Insurance Service Walt Rusch Plumbing & Heating Jim Weaver Whitey’s Diner Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home & Crematory Wonderly Carpet Cleaning
BHCS dinner auction purchase Vince Snyder Bill Barbour Chris Knight Fr. Ken Lill
SPECIAL TOURNAMENT WORKERS
Kim Cope SJCC Golf team: Coach Dave Cope Daniel Foos Collin Spader
The SJCC Athletic Booster Club 200 Club Winners
Special Thanks to all of our members of the We are hosting our membership drive 200 Club! for the 2014-2015 school year! For only As a member of the 200 Club, all members $10, you can help support SJCC athletics! are eligible to win cash prizes at our regularly Please watch for our separate memberscheduled Booster Club meetings as well as ship drive mailing and send in today! be entered into the 200 Club Reverse Raffle to be held April 6, 2015!
May 19 June 2 August 4 August 18 September 2 September 15 October 6 October 20 November 3 November 17 December 1
Craig Chlosta Kreg Kirsch Brad Smith Janie Fisher Jolie Smedley Tim Meek Doni Paradiso Paul Wagner Marsha Cook Bernie Malinowski Joshua Lauer
Ball Drop Tickets
$10.00 per ticket February 21, following the SJCC vs Mohawk Boys Varsity Basketball Game Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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
February 11, 2015 Anjulinaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Catering and Banquet Hall Doors Open at 5:00pm, dinner at 6:00pm, drawing begins at 7:00 Prizes: $2,600 in payouts with a grand prize of $1,000, Sideboards also available! Meal: Chicken and Beef Tickets $50 (additional meal $20) Need not be present to win! Yes, I would like a ticket! Name__________________________________ Address________________________________ City, State, Zip__________________________ Phone Number__________________________ Mail to: SJCC Booster Club, 308 Jackson St., Fremont Oh 43420
Annual Superbowl Breakfast
Sunday, February 1, 2015 All you can eat Pancakes, Sausage, Eggs, Fruit, Juice and Coffee SJCC Cafeteria 8:00am-12:00pm Fall-Winter 2014
Memor ial s SCHOLARSHIPS Rob & Kathy Boukissen In Memory of Michael Schumm Mr. & Mrs. Rob Boukissen James & Barbara Haubert In Memory of Barbara Haubert Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Arndt Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Babione Mr. & Mrs. William Babione Mr. & Mrs. Richard Barbour Mr. & Mrs. James Beier Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Berryman Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Blohm Mr. & Mrs. William Bork Ms. Sue Borkovich Mr. & Mrs. John Burks Mrs. Joan Byers Mr. & Mrs. Tom Carmack Carmeuse Lime & Stone Millersville Employees Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Casey Ms. Janet Celek & Mr. Tom Haslinger Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Colston Mr. Albert Cook Ms. Marsha Cook Mr. & Mrs. Edward Daniel Mr. & Mrs. James Denman Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Dracka Mr. & Mrs. Tom Drusback Mr. & Mrs. Martin Eberly Mr. & Mrs. Steve Fodi Mr. & Mrs. Harold Foos Mr. & Mrs. Mark Foos Mr. & Mrs. Norb Foos Mr. & Mrs. Rich Foos Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Freeh Ms. Elizabeth Gabel Mr. Ken Gabel Mr. & Mrs. Russ Gabel Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gottron Ms. Marilyn Grace Mrs. Marylou Guyer Halbeisen FarmsMr. & Mrs. Jim Halbeisen Mr. & Mrs. Joe Halbeisen Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Harman Ms. Paula Heckel Ms. Liz Hickey Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Johnson Ms. Anne Jones Mr. & Mrs. Brad Jurski Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Kelly Ms. Jackie Kemenah Mr. & Mrs. John Kerlin Mr. & Mrs. Norb Kimmet Mr. & Mrs. Victor Kline Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Knisely Mr. Thomas Knisely Ms. Debbie Koebel & Mr. Bill Keating Mr. & Mrs. Tim Kreilick
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Langenderfer Mrs. Kitty Lotcyz Mr. & Mrs. Perry Mason Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Michael Midview East Sunshine Mr. & Mrs. George Miller Mr. & Mrs. Louis Miller Mr. & Mrs. Peter Miller Stanley Miller Family Mr. & Mrs. Don Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. Norbert Molyet Mr. & Mrs. Charles Moyer Mr. & Mrs. Robert Moyer Mr. & Mrs. Steve Naderer Mr. William Nichols Ms. Joanne Ochs Mr. Tom Ochs Mr. & Mrs. Allan O’Neal Mr. & Mrs. Scott Otermat Mrs. Jean Overmyer Mr. Jeffrey Overmyer Mr. & Mrs. John Pattison Mr. & Mrs. Rick Treben Mr. & Mrs. Steve Fodi Mr. & Mrs. Dean Pfefferle Mrs. Pat Picciuto Mr. James Raabe & Ms. Kimberly Perkins Dr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Reineck Mr. & Mrs. Ryan Reinhart Mrs. Theresa Reinhart Ms. Marilyn S. Rice Mrs. Nancy Roddy Mr. & Mrs. James Ronski Ms. Elaine Roush Mr. John Roush Mr. & Mrs. Tony Ruggiero Ms. Theresa Rumsey Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Rumsey Mr. & Mrs. Ramiro Sanchez Mr. & Mrs. James Schneider Mr. & Mrs. William Shaffer Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sidoti Mrs. Peggy Sloma Mr. & Mrs. Louie Smith Mrs. Pat Spieldenner Mr. & Mrs. Jay Stearns Mr. & Mrs. Jim Steimetz Dr. & Mrs. James Stierwalt Mr. & Mrs. Tom Stierwalt Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Swint The Toledo Blade Mr. & Mrs. Rick Treben Mrs. Jeanine P. VanDerLaar Mr. & Mrs. Juan Vela Mrs. Jean Wasserman Mr. & Mrs. Paul Wasserman Mr. & Mrs. Roger Wasserman Mr. & Mrs. Roy Wilhelm Mrs. Sharon Wirkner Mr. & Mrs. Roger Wise Mr. & Mrs. David Wonderly Mr. & Mrs. David Young Mrs. Joanne Young
In Memory of Michael Schumm Mr. & Mrs. Mike Gabel Tom & Ellen Leite In Memory of Barbara Haubert Jackie Bundschuh Mr. & Mrs. Tom Leite Thomas Swint In Memory of Gerard Brickner Michael Schumm Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Swint SJCC ALUMNI AND FRIENDS ASSOCIATION In Memory of Margaret Dondero Barbara Haubert Harry Heyman Suzette Pfefferle Mr. & Mrs. John Lauer In Memory of Michael Schumm Mr. & Mrs. Dan Coleman In Memory of Sharon Van Natta Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Cronin TUITION ASSISTANCE In Memory of Joe Boyer Janet Collins Margaret Cote Forsthoefel Michael Schumm Lou Tinkovicz Mrs. Anne Marquis UNRESTRICTED In Memory of Margaret Autullo Mr. & Mrs. David Wonderly In Memory of Cecilia Babione Mr. & Mrs. John Wasserman In Memory of Joe Boyer Mr. & Mrs. Stephan Whitaker In Memory of Gerard Brickner Mrs. Anne Marquis Mrs. Marylou Guyer Mr. & Mrs. David Haynes Mrs. Norma R. Ochs In Memory of Florence Cunningham Mr. James Gottron Mr. Tom Gottron Mrs. Ruth Haffner Mr. & Mrs. John Wasserman In Memory of Margaret Dondero Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Carmack Mrs. Marylou Guyer Mr. John Yeager Mrs. Margaret L. Mosser
In Memory of George Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. James Ronski Mrs. Pat Spieldenner In Memory of Ralph Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Saller Mr. & Mrs. C. W. ‘Bill’ Yeager In Memory of Richard Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Phillip Steinle In Memory of Suzette Pfefferle Ms. Janet Celek & Mr. Tom Haslinger Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Stierwalt Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lenhart Mrs. Margaret L. Mosser Mr. & Mrs. Allan O’Neal Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Waggoner In Memory of Ann Rothgery Mrs. Jean Wasserman Mrs. Marilyn J. Freeh Mr. & Mrs. Russ Gabel Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gottron Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Harman Mrs. June A. Hart Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Kuss Mrs. Leona M. Laurer Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Miller Mrs. Joyce S. Reardon In Memory of Michael Schumm Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ardner Ms. Carolyn Ash Mr. Charles Babione Ms. Sue Borkovich Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bosler Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Carter Mrs. Kathy Cochey Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Colston Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Corum Mr. & Mrs. Jack Eichmiller Mr. & Mrs. Gary Geller Mr. & Mrs. Rich Geyman Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gottron The Henson Family
Mrs. Lori Hoff Mr. & Mrs. John Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Scott Ickes Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Kusmer Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kusmer Lorain County Adult Proba tion Dept. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Manahan Mrs. Pat Picciuto Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Price Dr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Reineck Bob, Brenda, Mitchell, & Rachel Rice Mr. & Mrs. John Rizzardi Mr. & Mrs. Mark Rospert Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ruggiero Mr. & Mrs. James Scheer Mr. & Mrs. Mark Sneider Mr. & Mrs. Richard Tear Mr. & Mrs. Earl Vanbarg Various Donors Mr. Terry Wilhelm Mr. & Mrs. James Yeager Mr. & Mrs. David Young In Memory of Lou Tinkovicz Ms. Chris Clunk Ms. Sue Borkovich Mrs. Genevieve Dorobek Mr. & Ms. Gary Bedsworth Mr. & Mrs. Kim Morelock Mr. & Mrs. Allan O’Neal Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Wag goner Mr. & Mrs. C. W. ‘Bill’ Yeager In Memory of Kay Whitney Class of 1955 In Memory of Charlene Woessner Class of 1955 In Memory of Marti Zeitzheim Mr. & Mrs. Lee Bowden
In Memoriam Paul Kroftt ‘36 Agnes (Baumann) Hermes ‘39 Albert Wagner ‘40 Ralph Hoffman ‘45 Elinor (Rohr) Haubert ‘47 Rosemary (Bartson) Harnden ‘49 Mary Ann (Held) Wagner ‘52 Ann Rothgery ‘54 Thomas Burns ‘55
Kathleen (Kilgus) Cramp ‘56 Sharon (Smith) Van Natta ‘57 Ann (Miller) Kalkines ‘58 Martha (Gabel) Zeitzheim ‘60 Richard Meyer ‘64 Margaret (Newland) Hull ‘66 Suzette (Ritzman) Pfefferle ‘67 Michael Haynes ‘71 Michael Schumm ‘76
Gif t s Tuition Assistance St. Ann’s Parish St. Casimir Church Foundation Class of 1949 Ms. Sue Borkovich Mr. & Mrs. James Yeager Class of 1979 Reunion Fund Mr. Kenneth Freeh Mr. Jeff Gottron Ms. Sandra Mosser Mr. Joseph P. Moyer Pickett- StoutDumminger Scholarship Dr. & Mrs. Mark Pickett Reunion Class of 1956 In Memory of the Deceased Members of the Class of 1974 Steven Beatty Barbara Chudzinski Michael Golamb Jeffrey Henry John Hoelzle Mary (Chudzinski) Pump Michael Root Mary (Smith) Stetzel Seila (Mosser) Stine Class of 1974 Trophy Fund Mr. & Mrs. Charlie Gonya
CEDF Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord Bowden Mr. & Mrs. Michael Haaser Mr. & Mrs. Donald Haynes Mr. & Mrs. Garrett Kamstra Dr. & Mrs. Mark Mathews Jim and Kristi Hoffman Endowed Scholarship Mr. & Mrs. James Hoffman Kairos St. Casimir Church Foundation Tom & Ellen Leite Scholarship In Honor of Dick Freeborn Heritage Award Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Leite Our Lady of Guadalupe St. Casimir Church Foundation Elementary Fine Arts Program The Stanley & Luella Tinkovicz Family Trust Unrestricted Class of 1952 Class of 1954 Gordon Food Service iGive Kroger Plus Card Target Take Charge of Education
In Our Prayers James Ackerman David Chamberlain Jerry Freeh Dominic Granata
Jim Haas Maggie Hershey Robert Hershey Alison Lauer
Viola Mehling Marilyn Norman
In Thanks Ken Dumminger ‘64 for fall and winter sports pictures. Soup Stop Cash donation: St. Bernadine Home/Sisters of Mercy Soup Stop Food donations: Kim Cope and Lilly Walters For proofing our yearbook: Cindy Bork Homecoming “Little Streaks” float: Tom and Jenny Michael and John Spader. Spirit Club: Lisa Spader Wrestling Room: Headstrong Wrestling for helping install the new roof at the SJCC Wrestling Complex
Final 2013-2014 Annual Fund Donor Recognition Class of 1955 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwartz Class of 1959 Mr. Thomas Knisely Class of 1966 Mr. Daniel E. Lee
Class of 1967 Mr. and Mrs. James Hoffman Class of 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Beier Class of 1972 Mr. Mark E. Hoffman
Class of 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Haslinger Friends Mrs. Sara N. Rich
A Big Thanks from our Youngest Streaks!
Once again, the BHCS Early Childhood Center has been blessed to have “angels” to help refresh our building for a new school year. The generosity of Christopher and Mary Knight and Andy and Emily Peterson made it possible to purchase new paint. Vince Snyder, Dave Bain, Bill Barbour, Tom Light, and Jack Mayle contributed their time and talent with the painting. Staff members Dorie Partyka and Charla Spotts added their creative final touches to welcome BHCS youngest students. A special thanks to Vince Snyder for returning to paint the shed and a climber in our playground area. The “angels” that flew in have been helping the preschool program for many years. We thank you for being part of the journey...and to many more wonderful memories. You have made an investment in the bright future of Bishop Hoffman Catholic School. Lisa Swaisgood - Preschool Director Fall-Winter 2014
SJCC Hall of Fame
Ways to Give
We are actively looking for nominations for the SJCC Athletic Hall of Fame!
Unrestricted Gifts Unrestricted gifts, given with no specified purpose, allow BHCS the flexibility to fund special opportunities and meet emergency needs, as determined by the administration. Designated Gifts- Donors may designate gifts for a specific use. Outright Gifts and Pledges-Cash or checks payable to BHCS Online gifts can be made with a credit card at our website www.bishop-hoffman.net. Pledges: Donors may make pledge commitments payable over several years. Securities: When making gifts of appreciated securities you avoid capital gains tax on the appreciated portion. Planned Gifts: Planned gifts allow donors to make a significant gift to benefit BHCS in the future, typically at the donor’s or beneficiary’s death. Bequests: Bequest provisions in a donor’s will may provide for a specific amount, percentage or residue of the estate. Gift Annuities and Remainder Trusts: Each provides income to the donor or beneficiary, while providing a charitable gift to BHCS.
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.
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SJCC Alumni & Friends Heritage Award Update The SJCC Alumni & Friends Heritage Award Induction Ceremony will be held on
May 2, 2014
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In the next issue of the Voice, we will introduce our 2015 inductees! Rick Frank Todd Drusback ‘90 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 8
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 re-enrolling, 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. Fall-Winter 2014
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In the News
1940’s The Class of 1944 celebrated their 70th reunion with a luncheon at Peking Chinese Restaurant which was attended by 14 classmates and their guests. Of the 54 graduates, ten ladies and five men still remain. 1950’s Ann (Widman ‘52) and Joseph Gottron ‘50 celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary October 23. Marianne (Ehrman ‘54) and Thomas Bennison Sr. celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 19. They celebrated with a surprise party thrown by their three children, seven grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and other members of their family to celebrate their wonderful marriage. Thomas and Marianne Bennison Sr. 1960’s Pat (Ziebold) ‘60 and Joe Gladieux celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary August 8. They celebrated with a dinner with their six married children and fourteen grandchildren. Karen (Chudzinski ‘70) and Allan O’Neal ‘67 celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary June 22. 1970’s Karen (Chudzinski ‘70) and Allan O’Neal ‘67 celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary June 22. Charles Laterza ‘72 has been awarded the 2014-2015 Excellence in Teaching Award for Continuing Education Faculty at Richland College. This is his twenty-first year teaching at Richland College. He Pat and Joe Gladieux is retired from the American Airlines Human Resources department and owns CSW Retirement Coaching in Dallas. Laura (Hoffman) ‘75 and Donald Stull Jr. celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary September 7. 1980’s Brian Hoffman ‘88 is now the owner of the Jersey Mike’s Subs in Columbus Ohio. They are located less than a mile west of the Schottenstein Center and welcome all alumni to stop in when in Columbus. 1990’s Jaime (Eshleman ‘97) and Tom Foos ‘92 welcomed son Gavin Thomas Foos October 6, 2014. Kirk Kayden ‘92 has been named the men’s golf coach at Mercer University. He was formerly the men’s golf coach at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville TN for 10 years. He was named OVC Coach of the Year in 2013 and had two NCAA final appearances in 2013 and 2014 and several NCAA regional appearances in his tenure at APSU. He will reside in Macon GA with his wife, Melissa and their daughter, Madeline. Jenny and Paul Grahl ‘97 welcomed son Owen Thomas October 29, 2014. Connie (Setzler ‘97) and Chris Showman welcomed son Nolan Dominique Showman October 3, 2014. Staff Sergeant William Smith ‘97 of The United States Marine Corps. was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (a gold star in lieu of Second Award) from the Department of the Navy. Erin (Raubenolt ‘00) and Mike Snyder ‘98 recently moved to Jacksonville, Illinois. Mike was named Illinois College’s Director of Athletics. They have two children, Alexis, age 4,and Gavin, age 2. Kristi (Fisher ‘99) and Tim Roberts welcomed daughter Evelyn Jo Roberts May 1, 2014. 2000’s Heather (Smith ‘00) and Adam Huss ‘ 01 welcomed son Roland Arthur October 14, 2014. Kim and Sean Roschie ‘01 welcomed daughter Quinn Noel Roschie December 15, 2013. Sarah (Keating ‘09) and Alex Reineck ‘08 were married June 14, 2014. They reside in Peoria, Illinois. Ali (Davis ‘02) and Ross Reineck ‘02 welcomed son Reed Michael Reineck August 15, 2014. Brandon Heberling ‘11 graduated from Baker College in June with an Associates degree in Applied Science and Microsoft Networking. He will return to Baker College to earn his Bachelor’s degree in Cyber Defense. Jennifer (Knisely ‘05) and Joe Weaver welcomed daughter Olivia Jean Weaver September 15, 2014. Rachel (Cope ‘06) and Louis Caracci welcomed daughter Aria Rose Caracci September 10, 2014. Zoey (McQuistion ‘10) and John Neiling ‘09 were married June 28, 2014. They are currently residing in Michigan. John Neiling ‘09 graduated Cum Laude from Bakers College in March as an Honors Graduate with a Bachelors degree in Cyber Defense. Zoey (McQuistion ‘10) Neiling graduated Cum Laude on May 9, 2014 from Columbus State Community College with an Associates degree in Veterinary Technology and on May 18 graduated from Otterbein University with a BA in Equine Heath Technology. Zoey is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society through CSCC and also Alpha Epsilon Delta National Honor Society through Otterbein University. Fall-Winter 2014
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With Deep Appreciation
The front of St. Joseph Central Catholic High School now is complete! In late spring, the bottom row of windows were replaced giving a whole new look from the inside out! Some landscaping has been removed to highlight the new view! In addition, the band room was repainted and carpeted allowing for better acoustics. Thanks to the many donors who helped complete this project!
I am a better speaker than a writer, but I will do my best. As I got older, there were frequent times that thoughts about my years as an educator and historian came to mind. The basic thought was “Have I made a difference?” Your many letters, cards, and comments have answered that question, and I thank all of you for helping me through this difficult retirement transition. There is an old ancient Irish saying and I hope it expresses my feelings towards all of you. “May the wind be at your back, your roads all downhill and may God always be at your side.” Got Mit Uns William A. Smith
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Crimson and Gray Days!
The Class of 2014 gather in front of the school proudly displaying a t-shirt showing their college or future goals!
February 1 Superbowl Breakfast 11 Transportation Raffle 21 Ball Drop
April 4 Easter Egg Hunt 18 BHCS Dinner Auction
May 2 Heritage Awards 3 Hall of Fame
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