Vo i c e
First Publication: October 1981
For Alumni, Friends, and Families of Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School
Summer 2011 Summer 2011
Congratulations, Class of 2011!
Congratulations 2011 Graduates! “You are only going to have your youth once, enjoy it!”, BHCS superintendent Dr. Richard Facciolo, advised the 70 seniors during this year’s graduation ceremonies. He also challenged them to take three things from their time at SJCC--”commitments to their faith, family, and friends.” Leading the class were Valedictorian Sonya Kwiatkowski and Salutatorian Alison Streacker. The next ﬁve highest ranking graduates were Danielle Molyet, Benjamin Zyski, Paul Wendt, Parker Rutherford, and Anne Beaschler. Graduates earning the highest subject averages were Ailish Masterson--Art, Sarah Engeman--Music, Sonya Valedictorian, Kwiatkowski and Alison Streacker--Spanish, Sonya KwiatkowskiSonya Kwiatkowski -English, Math, Science, Social Studies. The Achievement Award went to Derek Batey. Of special note is the fact that forty-two of the 70 graduates were offered nearly $2.3 million in scholarships. Special Awards given during the ceremony were The Bishop’s Cross to Sylvia Reinhart and Jeremy Durbin, Excellence in Religion Award to Sonya Kwiatkowski and Parker Rutherford, Honor Award for Outstanding Loyalty and Service to Alexander Burns, Thomas H. Rimelspach Memorial Award to Anne Beaschler, Sara Barbour Memorial Award for Courage to Amber Eakin, Alumni & Friends Award to Danielle Molyet, Robert Smith Outstanding Male Athlete Award to Brant Reardon, Ethel Smith Outstanding Female Athlete Award to Lindsay Weickert. Thirty seniors were presented the Excellence in Conduct Award. Salutatorian As a special gift to their peers, seniors Lindsay Weickert and Parker Rutherford performed Alison Streacker a rendition of Stevie Nicks’ “Landslide”.
Streak of Genius...Mrs.Cori Foos By Jensen LeJeune ‘13 Students and faculty have experienced many changes at SJCC in the past year. New faculty members joined the SJCC family and they have made an impact on the students and staff. One positive addition to the staff is Mrs. Cori Foos. Mrs.Foos is the new guidance counselor who contributes her talent and energy to SJCC. Mrs. Foos graduated from SJCC in 1997 (Cori Bruchs). She was also the Homecoming Queen her senior year. She made a lasting impression on SJCC, but SJCC had an even bigger impact on her. While in high school, Mrs. Foos’ mother (Deb House Bruchs) died and she struggled with this great loss. During this difﬁcult time, Mrs. Foos sought the advice of her guidance counselor, Karel Oxley. Oxley helped her deal with her grief and accept her loss. Oxley encouraged Mrs. Foos to remember the good memories she shared with her mother. Oxley’s compassion and support inﬂuenced Mrs. Foos to pursue her education at Kent State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Education with a specialty in Language Arts and a Masters of Education in School Counseling from Bowling Green State University. Since graduating from college, Mrs. Foos has been very successful. She married Tony Foos (1987), and they have three wonderful girls: Savannah, Kate, and Isabelle. She and her family enjoy spending time at their cottage where they boat and share special moments. Mrs. Foos reﬂects on the importance of her family, “ Tony, a mason superintendent at Mosser Construction, is a hard worker. He is fun loving and enthusiastic. My kids are very entertaining. There is never a dull moment with them. Savannah is precocious and loves to sing. Kate is a very free spirit, and she loves to eat sand! Isabelle is always happy and ready to follow in her big sisters’ footsteps.” Family is a priority for Mrs. Foos, but her commitment to the students of SJCC is also important to her. She worked at Bellevue Senior High School as an English teacher for eight years. After her experience in the classroom, Mrs. Foos decided to ﬁll the guidance counselor position at SJCC. Mrs. Foos comments on this transition, “ Working at SJCC was a personal goal I made while in high school. I wanted to come back to SJCC and help students like Karel Oxley helped me. I have great respect for Mrs. Oxley and I am grateful for the lessons I learned at SJCC. I learned to be grateful for all that I have. I also learned the importance of having respect Mrs. Cori Foos with her family for God, others, and myself. I have also made lifetime friends at SJCC. I appreciate the way in which the SJCC community works together for a common goal. SJCC helped me become who I am today and I am grateful for that!”
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For Alumni, Friends, and Families of Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School
“Respect the Past. Celebrate the Present. Build the Future.”
IN THIS ISSUE SPRING SPORTS... PAGE 4
CEDF ANNUAL REPORT... PAGE 5
Our Salute to Military Alumni Continues
The IN Box Summer 2011
IN BOX... PAGE 10
This is the message and theme for the Bishop Hoffman Catholic School (BHCS) system for the 2011-2012 school year under the leadership of Tim Cullen, Superintendent of BHCS and Class of ‘81 Alumnus. Please read the following comments and thank you for your continued support! We are at a key turning point in the long and respected history of Catholic education in Fremont and the Sandusky County area. The efforts of the staff and parents and other valued stakeholders are celebrated and appreciated as we continue to build a healthier and vision-driven future for all that walk through our doors each day. Please participate with us. Although SJCC is the focal point for the culmination of the journey and commencement into the bright futures that lie ahead, it only exists through increased communication, collaboration, and alignment with the Sacred Heart (Pre-K through Grade 3) and St Joseph (Grades 4-8) Campuses. Year one of the consolidated school system was difﬁcult and distracted and forced everyone to move from an isolated co-existence to a combined effort to make it work. It is now time to move from a “survival” mindset to a “thriving” momentum. Please support us. Strategic planning, deﬁned budgets and needs-driven allocations of resources, increased accountability and professionalism, and respectful, consistent and honest communication will be the foundation of building our future. We also honor and cherish our Catholic identity – we will not apologize for it and we will promote it with renewed vigor and energy. Please join us. Prayer is our lifeline to each other and generates a powerful energy that ﬂows through our hallways. There are negative people painting a gloomy picture for our future. I believe there are countless others praying, working and dedicating their resources toward our success. As Lou Holtz says, “Why waste energy worrying about what other people think because 80% percent of them don’t care about your problems St. Joseph Central Catholic High School and the other 20% are glad you have them!” Please continue to pray A Bishop Hoffman Catholic School for us. 702 Croghan St. Fremont, OH 43420 We will continue to cherish the hearts, minds and souls of 419-332-9947 Fax 419-332-4945 the children who are sent to us. We will continue to honor those Advancement Ofﬁce 419-332-5124 The Voice is published for the alumni who came before as we respect the past. We will continue to celand friends of SJCC. ebrate those who currently make the choice of a Catholic eduDirect all comments to The Voice, 702 Croghan St., Fremont, OH 43420. cation. We will continue to build the future for those who are Angie Ritzman (O’Neal ‘93) Director of counting on us to “get it right”. Look for ongoing updates on Advancement Sue Berryman - Assoc. Director of our progress in future editions of the Voice. Contact me if you Advancement would like to hear more of our story or offer assistance in any Copy Editors: Mary Ellen Leite (Hughes ‘53) Sarah Pietrykowski ‘02 way, and May God bless you and your families each day. SJCC Faculty: Amy Ronski (Spieldenner ‘80) Liz Pietrykowski Cori (Bruchs ‘97) Foos Student Photographer - Emily Ronski ‘12
Tim Cullen ‘81 BHCS Superintendent
Spring sports success!
Two time state high jump champion Brant Reardon! The SJCC spring sports teams found great success on many levels. The boys’ and girls’ track teams were competitive in every meet throughout the season. Capping a successful career, senior Brant Reardon became a two-time State Champion capturing the high jump title and also placed sixth in the long jump. He was joined at State by several members of the girls’ team. Senior Sylvia Reinhart placed ﬁfth in the shot put in her ﬁrst State appearance. The relay team consisting of Lindsay Weickert, Kelsey i Burkin, Maddi Filliater, and Whitney Drown competed in Tivo Ysas Sonya Kwiatk both the 4 X 100m and the 4 X 200m relays. Burkin also owski became the ﬁrst female athlete to make the trip to the State meet in four events, running the 100m and 200m dash as well. Making it all the way to the Regional ﬁnals, the girls’ softball team also had a record-breaking season. Finishing with a 20-8 record, the girls’ tournament run was nothing short of amazing. Led by seniors Sonya Kwiatkowski, Anne Beaschler, and Kylie Wojdyla, the team had an explosive offense and an exceptional defense. Despite losing three seniors, a talented group of underclassmen will return next season. Several key injuries and a lack of pitching experience hampered the baseball team this season. Strong leadership from seniors Aaron Swint and Ben Zyski, helped the boys pound out a few key victories. Junior Tommy Spader had an outstanding season, leading the team in batting and playing solidly at short stop for the team. Spader and many skilled athletes gained valuable varsity experience which should help them in the years to come. The unusually rainy spring dampened the boys’ tennis season this year. With several meets cancelled, the team struggled to ﬁnd consistency. Led by seniors Paul Wendt, Kyle Ochs, Parker Rutherford, Nick Wickline, Adam Culbert, Gabe Arreola, James Oddo, David Dixon, and Alex Young the team didn’t accomplish as many wins as they hoped for, but had a lot of fun along the way. By Emily E. Ronski ‘12
Kelsey Burkin & Lindsa y Weickert
Sylvia Reinhart Summer 2011
The Catholic Education Development Fund 2010 Annual Report The Catholic Education Development Fund (CEDF) is a nonproﬁt endowment supporting quality Catholic education. The CEDF’s independent Board of Trustees carefully invests the funds it raises. These funds are managed in accordance with the fund’s Articles of Association. 2010 Balance Sheet Assets Funds Operating Funds Perpetual Receivable-Gift Annual Total Assets-Market Value Liabilities Payable Due 2010 Gift Equity Undistributed Value Total Liabilities & Equity
60,443 839,682 50,000 950,125 10,000 60,000
Note Insurance Policies Face Amount CEDF Owner 128,000 CEDF Beneﬁciary 12,460 Total Insurance 140,460 Memo Total Equity 880,125 Total Insurance 140,460 Total 1,020,585
Financial Activity and Gift Annual Fund Total Revenue & Investment Gain Total Expenditures Net Gain Net Gain to be Allocated 60% to Perpetual Fund 40% to Annual Fund Total Annual Gift 40% of Net Gain 69.2% of Perpetual Fund Income Total Annual Gift to SJCC
51,340 29,729 21,611 12,966 8,645 21,611 8,645 51,355 60,000
Total unrestricted gifts to SJCC since the ﬁrst gift in 1991 total $600,571.00.
CEDF Reverse Raffle
Friday November 4 at Ole Zims Wagon Shed •Doors Open at 6:00 p.m. •Dinner at 7:00 p.m. •Rafﬂe begins after dinner •Rafﬂe Tickets are $100 and include one dinner, an extra dinner is $25 •Grand Prize $5,000 •Ticket purchasers will be entered into a monthly drawing for $100 •Drawings will be July 31, Aug. 31, Sept. 30, and Oct. 31 Return this form with your check payable to CEDF: CEDF PO Box 1302 Fremont, OH Name____________________________________ Address______________________________________________________ Phone ______________________E-mail ____________________________
7th Annual CEDF and SJCC Alumni & Friends Golf Outing
Saturday August 6, 2011 Sycamore Hills Course 9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start - 18 holes - 2 carts - limited to ﬁrst 36 teams $220 Per Team Player #1________________E-Mail_______________Player #2________________E-Mail_____________ Player #3________________E-Mail_______________Player #4________________E-Mail_____________ Add a Team, Family and /or Business Hole Sponsor for $50 Name______________________________ Please Support Our Generous Sponsors: Lunch-Grund Drug and Fremont Federal Credit Union Drink Tickets-Progressive Iron & Metal and Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home Awards Party-Pinnacle Capital Management, LLC and Mayle, Ray, Mayle Attorneys
Advance To Boardwalk...
A MONOPOLIZING SUCCESS!
The 2011 Advance To Boardwalk Auction Committee would like to thank the 300+ donors listed below who generously donated an item, made a cash donation, or voluntered their time for the 17th Sandusky County Catholic Schools Auction. Over $100,000 was split between Clyde St. Mary’s School, Bishop Hoffman Catholic School and CEDF. Next year’s auction will be April 14,2012. A Variety of Shades AA Fire Extinguisher Ace Lawncare Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Adams Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Adams Herbert Adams, Attorney At Law Ms. Doris Amidon Athletic Supply Avenues for the Home Mr. & Mrs. Tom Babione Baker-Bonnigson Auctioneers Baker’s Diversiﬁed Ballville E-Z Shop Mr. & Mrs. Bill Barbour Mr. & Mrs. Rick Barbour and Family Mr. & Mrs. Dave Batey Bay Trophy Beck Suppliers Bel-Aire Cleaners Bella Cosa Hair Salon Julie Honaker Bella Cosa Hair Salon Lisa Hilty Benchmark Prints Bishop Hoffman Catholic School-PTO Bishop Hoffman Catholic School-Cafeteria Steve Billow Mark Binsack Birchard Library Judy Dannon The Boardwalk at Put-in-Bay Mr. & Mrs. Rob Boukissen Mr. & Mrs. Gay Bowden
Mr. & Mrs. Eric Boyer Mr. Tim Braun & Dr. Penny Mullins Reverend Ronald Brickner J. Brown Designs Daniel L. Brudzinski, Atty. Fr. Dave Bruning Mr. & Mrs. Art Bucci Bud’s Tavern Judge Michael Burkett Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Burkin Mr. & Mrs. Brian Burns Mrs. Kelly Calmes Cameo Pizza/Plaza Lanes Carbo Forge & Machine Carole Jean’s Hair Fashions CEDF Mr. & Mrs. Dick Celek Mr. & Mrs. Jim Celek Dr. Stephen Cellier Centec Cast Metal Chateau Tebeau Chud’s Grille Mr. & Mrs. Tony Chudzinski Class of 1965 Class of 1976 Class of 1979 Clyde St. Mary’s School Color Haven Paint & Supply Comfort Inn & Suites Computer LoftGreat Lakes Internet Mrs. Marsha Cook Mr. & Mrs. Albert Cook The Country Cupboard Croghan Colonial Bank Crystal Arbors
Dairy Queen East-Bruce Darr Kim Daniel Mr. & Mrs. Ed Daniel Mr. & Mrs. Ray Darr Mr. & Mrs. Greg Darr KC Darr Studios Mr. & Mrs. James Daubel DaVinci’s The Depot Diversiﬁed Insurance Doebel’s Flowers Robert J. Dornauer DDS Dumminger Photo Mr. Carl Durnwald Mr. & Mrs. Mike Durnwald Mr. & Mrs. Peter Dye Eagle 99 - 92.1 The Wolf Eagle Isle Mr. & Mrs. Martin Eberly Educational Outﬁtters El Rancho James H. Ellis III, Attorney Engler Printing Erie Shore Propane Eshleman’s Fruit Farm Mr. & Mrs. John Fey Fine Arts & Wine Club Fitzgerald Auto Body Fixations Hair and Tanning Mr. & Mrs. Joe Foos Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Foos Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Freeh Fremont Company Fremont Community Theatre Fremont Federal Credit Union Fremont Monumental Fremont Recreation Center
SJCC Senior Projects Go Digital By Courtney Warner Every year SJCC Seniors are required to plan and present a Senior Project. The project consists of a job shadowing followed by a public presentation of their ﬁndings. The process, from start to ﬁnish, is a long, yet very beneﬁcial one. The seniors begin their career quest in January when they take online, career surveys. The reAilish Masterson, sults of these ler Dea n Plai The shadowed at surveys help
Fremont Yacht Club Mr. & Mrs. Bob Gabel Mrs. Eileen Gabel Mrs. Jean Garvin Gift Baskets & Bouquets The Gift Horse Mr. & Mrs. John Gilbert Kathy Gillmor Mr. & Mrs. Mike Gonya Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Gottron Green Hills Golf Course Drs. Mike & Melanie Grillis Grund Drug Co. Roger W. Hafford, Attny Theresa Hensley-Hair Etc. Hall & Wylkan, Attorneys Mr. John Halm Mr. & Mrs. Ken Hammer Mr. & Mrs. Tom Harman Dr. & Mrs. Kurt Harrison Prosecutor Bob Hart Harvey Oaks Jeweler Mr. & Mrs. Hal Hawk Hayes Presidential Center Len Heagney Heinz USA Helena Lumber & Supply Mr. Ryan Herb Herman Kinn Funeral Home Mr. & Mrs. Eric Hirt Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Hite Hoch’s 818 Club Mrs. Joanne Hoffert Mr. & Mrs. Phil Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. John Hoffman Holiday Inn French Quarter Home Supply-Kyle Darr
Mr. & Mrs. Ron House Mr. & Mrs. Paul Hrupcho Mr. & Mrs. Monte Huss Jon M. Ickes, Attorney Ideal Bakery Jake’s Auto Jazzercise Mr. & Mrs. Rick Jenkins Jet Express Johnszee’s Custom Rods Mrs. Inez Kerlin Key Bank Key West-Chris Hill Key West-Peggy Mackey Knight Moore Law Firm Melissa Koebel Drs. Frank & Mary Jean Komorowski Kosta Health Promotion Larry Kramer Julie Kreilick Mr. Greg Kuns Kathy Kupka Mr. & Mrs. Richard Kusmer Mr. & Mrs. Doyle Kusmer Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Lamson Mr. & Mrs. John Lauer Leona “Birdie” Laurer Mr. & Mrs. Don Lee Legendz Sports Bar and Grill Mr. & Mrs. Tom Leite Mr. & Mrs. Gary Logsdon Mr. & Mrs. Jon Long Looking Good Lotycz & Sons Floor Covering Ludwig Propane M & M Electric, Inc.
the students better underCarly Lehman, stand which profession ﬁts shadowed at their individual personaliMemorial Hospital ties and capabilities. After the surveys, the students decide where and whom they would like to shadow. Throughout the planning process, the students learn several important skills. They learn to write a formal resume, cover letter, and thank-you letter. Additionally, they learn interpersonal communications by calling various businesses and setting up meetings to schedule shadowing hours. Also, they practice oral presentations in the classroom as they prepare for their ﬁnal presentations. Finally, new this year, the 2011 senior class learned to create and present with a Google Site. It is exciting to report that the senior projects have gone digital. Prior to this year, the seniors used project boards that served as their visual aid for the oral presentation. This year, the seniors were taught to create a Google Site in order to help them present what they learned and experienced throughout their
Dr. Frank Magro & Dr. Sue Amidon Mr. & Mrs. Robert Martin Mary Kay-Julie Prescott The Master’s Craft Dr. Mark A. Mathews Mr. & Mrs. Bill Mayle Ronald J. Mayle, Attorney Mr. & Mrs. Steve Mayle Mayle Overhead Door Denise McCutcheon McDonald’s Dr. & Mrs. Scott Mead Mr. & Mrs. Al Mehlow Memorial HospitalPhysical Medicine Memorial HospitalRob Alexander Mr. & Mrs. Tom Mercer Mr. & Mrs. Chuck Merrill Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Michael Mr. & Mrs. Peter Miller Mr. & Mrs. Don Miller Mr. Ray Miller Cory Miller and Amber Morgart Kyle Miller and Alison Chudzinski Millersville St. Mary Church Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Mills Danielle Molyet Mr. & Mrs. John Molyet Mr. & Mrs. Norb Molyet Mr. & Mrs. Mike Molyneux Terri Moore Mr. & Mrs. Gary Morykwas Mosser Construction, Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Moyer Mr. Ed’s Mr. & Mrs. Pete Naderer Dr. & Mrs. Paul Nagy Nails by Beth Mr. & Mrs. Don Nalley Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Nevius Nobby’s North Coast Parasail Kuns Northcoast Security Northwest Pressure Wash Northwestern Masonry O.E. Meyer Co. Mary Kay Oakleaf Mr. & Mrs. Jim O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Robert O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Bill Ochs Mr. & Mrs. Pete Ochs John & Jill Zimmerman Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed O’Neal Family-Al, Karen, Angie, Nicole, & AJ Otto & Urban Mrs. Janet Overmyer Packer Creek PotteryJan Pugh Papa Jimmies Bar-B-Q Papa Murphy’s Pizza Tim Paradiso Paul’s Carryout Mr. & Mrs. Doug Pearson The Perfect Ten Personal D’signs Mrs. Pat Picciuto Pioneer Quick Lube PostNet Prairie Market
Mrs. Mary Primm Nathan Printy Quality Cleaners R & R Identiﬁcation Ralph’s Joy of Living Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Rectenwald Mr. & Mrs. Rich Reineck Dr. & Mrs. Tom Reineck Mr. & Mrs. Dusty Reinhart Mr. & Mrs. Jack Rhodes Rick Frank Insurance The Ritz Theatre River Cliff Golf Course Root’s Poultry, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Tony Ruggiero Mr. & Mrs. Rick Ruppel Safe Harbor Driving School Sandusky County Chamber Sarah’s Sew Shop Dr. & Mrs. Tim Sauber Mr. & Mrs. John Schell Fr. Dennis Schroeder Dave Sheets Mrs. Doris Shurmer Laurie Sistrunk SJCC Alumni & Friends SJCC Art DepartmentAmy Rospert SJCC Athletic Dept SJCC Booster Club SJCC Boys Basketball SJCC Cheerleaders SJCC Football-Scott Knisely SJCC Girls Basketball Team SJCC Marching Band Dr. & Mrs. Nelson Smith Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Snyder
job shadowing. The students in years past have always found unique and exciting places to shadow. This year was no different. Students shadowed at Plumbrook Station NASA, WTOL News Channel 11, The Mud Hens, Stroh Center BGSU, and many more. In prior years, students have shadowed with the Cleveland Indians, The Dallas SWAT team, and even in Washington DC at the Capitol Building! I am proud of each senior this year for their hard work and dedication to the process. My hope is that the seniors have learned from this invaluable experience, and they conﬁdently and successfully pursue their post secondary academic and professional goals. Thank you to the following individuals who judged this year’s projects: John Bird SueBorkovich Kathy Boukissen Lee Bowden Angie Chlosta David Foos Chris Hamady Red Haslinger Lisa Hoffman TC Hoffman Jason Holland
Jeff Jackson BetteKaltenbach Gary Kaltenbach Mary Kuns Betsy Lamson John Lauer Anne Marquis Ellen Nagy Don Nally PC Randolph Shannon Reardon
Carl Schell Rhonda Schmidt Erin Scott Morgan Stanley Connie Warner Scott Warner Cheryl Wendt Tim Wiersma Susan Wurzel T.J. Wurzel
Mr. & Mrs. Vince Snyder Sorg Creations-Sue Sorg Sound Installments Mr. & Mrs. Dave Spader Spiffy Car Wash St. Joseph Parish Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Staib Stanley’s Market Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Steinberger Steinberger Christmas Tree Farm Mr. & Mrs. Fred Stetzel Dr. & Mrs. Howard Stierwalt Dr. & Mrs. James Stierwalt Tyler Stout Streacker Tractor Sales, Inc. Chase, Lucas, & Logan Streacker Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Streacker Mr. & Mrs. Ed Streacker Mr. & Mrs. Greg Streacker The Summer Kitchen Sweet Home Café Swim Rite Pools Holly Swint Mr. & Mrs. Tom Swint Sycamore Hills Golf Club Tailgators Tom Taylor-Big Lots Techniform Industries Terra College Foundation Toledo Symphony Orchestra Town & Country RV’s Tri Motor Sales Inc. Veh & Sons Steve Verock Mr. & Mrs. Tim Walters
Lilly, Sonya, & Jill Walters Walters’ Boiler Works, Inc. Andy & Matt Wasserman Wasserman Machine Shop Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Wasserman Mr. & Mrs. Mike Wasserman Weickert Agencies Kent Weickert Mike Weickert Mr. & Mrs. Craig Wendt Wendy’s S-Group Wetzel’s Sewer Cleaning Whirlpool Corp. Wild Birds Unlimited Ken Wilhelm Mr. & Mrs. Chris Wilkins Willies Sales & Service Ms. Martha Willis Winters Custom Gold Mr. & Mrs. Al Wise Mr. & Mrs. Ed Wiza Woleslagel MovingU-New Tent Rental Zach Wonderly Wonderly’s Carpet Cleaning Wonderly Collision Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home WR Hunt Club Virginia Wright Mr. & Mrs. TJ Wurzel Mr. & Mrs. Bill Yeager YMCA Mr. & Mrs. Dave Young Mrs. Barb Zienta Rick & Wendy Zilch Zimmerman’s Flowers
Cliff Carl, shadowed at the Fremont Fire Stat
The Salute Continues 1930’s
Donald Collier ’37: Army 1941-1945, WWII Asiatic Paciﬁc Theater Charles Vincent Hauck ’36: Army, served in Italy WWII Lucille (Chudzinski) Miller ‘39 WAAC, 1943-1946 Margaret (Chudzinski) Pert ‘39 WAAC, 1943-1946
Dan Chudzinski ’44: Air Corp, 1943-1946 Vincent Chudzinski ’42: Air Corp-Air Force, 1942-1972 Gerard Shondell ’43: Navy 1943-1946 Donald Collier
Michael Ochs ’59: Navy 1959-1963 Kathleen Swint ’58: Air Force 1965-1988, Lt. Col., served in Vietnam
Michael Collins ’61: Air Force 1961-1965 Steve Decker, ’66: Medic, Vietnam John Eberly, ’68: 1972 West Point Graduate James Haas, ’67: Marine Corp 1965-1969 William Haas ’68: Marine Corp 1967-1971 Barbara Krzewinski ’60: Navy Nurse, 21 years Kathleen Swint Vince Chudzinski Joseph Krzewinski ’65: Navy 30 years John Moneghan ’68: NROTC Scholarship, Navel Aviator, retired as Navy Captain David E. Post ’67: Marine Corp, 1968-1972 Ronald Young ’68: Army, killed in Vietnam, member of 101st Airborne
Kathleen (Fisher ‘70) Kissane: Army Nurse, served ﬁve years
Brian Haaser ’98: Army, 2nd Lieutenant, currently in Korea, served 8 years Lucille Chudzinski
Christine Engeman ‘07: ROTC Johns Hopkins University, commissioned May 26 Second Lieutenant Army Nurse Corps Amber Wonderly ’01: Air Force, Air National Guard Reserve, medical unit
Me mor ial s Scholarships Dr. Anthony J. Darr In Memory of Mary Swint-Moore Mrs. Jeanne Darr Tom and Ellen Leite In Memory of Lou Vacca In Memory of Don Reardon Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leite Tuition Assistance In Memory of Bernard Blechinger Mr. and Mrs. Loren Blechinger Mr. and Mrs. Norman Foos Mr. and Dr. Chris George Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hirt Mr. and Mrs. Jim Quaintance Mr. and Mrs. Jim Quaintance Mr. and Mrs. John Quaintance Mr. and Mrs. Joe Quaintance In Memory of Fr. Tom Extejt’s Aunt Reverend Thomas Extejt In Memory of Mrs. Grillis Dr. and Mrs. James Stierwalt
In Memory of Sue Hotz Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bartchlett Mr. Joseph Berger Mr. and Mrs. Billings Mr. and Mrs. Gay Bowden Ms. Janet Celek Mr. and Mrs. Richard Celek Ms. Mary Gray Mr. Tom Haslinger Mr. Gary Hotz Mr. and Mrs. Larry Koppelman Dr. and Mrs. Robert Reineck Dr. and Mrs. Tom Reineck Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. John Smedley Mr. and Mrs. Don Stein Mr. Paul Wagner Mr. and Mrs. John Wasserman Dr. and Mrs. Rick Wiecek Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wurzel In Memory of Herb Miesle Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bagby Mr. Dan Miesle Mr. and Mrs. Terry Miesle In Memory of Anna Lee Messina
Mr. Thomas Messina
Undesignated In Memory of Dorothy Dalton Mr. Raymond Barbour Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Borer Mr. and Mrs. Gay Bowden Mr. and Mrs. Tom Byers Mrs. Peg Celek Dana Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Ed Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Greg Darr Mr. Peter DiCola Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Foos Mr. Robert Fuchs Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gabel Mr. and Mrs. Gary Godfred Mr. and Mrs. Bill House Ms. Mary Ellen Kettner Mr. and Mrs. Bob Klingman Mr. Tom Knisely Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Kusmer Mr. and Mrs. John Lauer Mr. and Mrs. John Lonsway Mrs. Anne Marquis Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Molyet Mr. and Mrs. Pete Naderer Mrs. Pat Picciuto
Gif t s CEDF Mrs. Mary Barrington Mr. Ed Celek Mr. and Mrs. Joe Durnwald Mr. and Mrs. Mike Haaser Estate of Donald Krofta Mr. Tom Ochs Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Shondell Mrs. Louise Stout Mr. George Widman
Football Mr. Tom Knisely Louis and Ethel Burkett Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Seth Brickner Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burkett Mr. and Mrs. Mike Burkett Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hines Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rothblatt
Jim and Kristi Hoffman Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoffman Smart Boards Great Lakes Boiler Walters’ Boiler Works Mr. and Mrs. Tim Walters Soup Stop Sisters of Mercy, St. Bernadine Home
Mrs. Joyce Reardon Mr. and Mrs. John Setzler Mr. and Mrs. Dick Setzler Mr. and Mrs. Burk Tischler Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walter Mrs. Rita Wammes Mr. and Mrs. Don Widman Mrs. Marcella Wilhelm Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wurzel In Memory of Paul Eisenman Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoffman In Memory of Louise Freeh Mrs. Genevieve Dorobek Mr. and Mrs. David Haynes Mrs. Norma Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lee Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Sanchez Mrs. Teresa Smith In Memory of Francis Geller Mr. and Mrs. Gay Bowden In Memory of George Hotz Family of Bob and Mary Hotz Mr. Joseph Hotz Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hotz Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hotz Mr. and Mrs. William Hotz Mrs. Rita Jones Mr. and Mrs. John Schaffer Mr. and Mrs. David Townsend
Tuition Assistance Sara Barbour Golf Outing Ms. Sue Borkovich Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Hirt Estate of Donald Krofta Mr. and Mrs. Pete Miller Dr. and Mrs. Mark Pickett Sacred Heart Parish St. Ann Parish St. Casimir Foundation St. Joseph Parish Endowment
Mrs. Margaret Zeller In Memory of Don Krofta Class of 1944 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Yeager In Memory of Rita Miller Mr. and Mrs. Tom Courtney Mr.and Mrs. Joe Gladieux Ms. Nancy Grove Mr. Larry Kramer Ms. Joan Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luc Mr. Edward Miller Vickie and Teresa Spriggs In Memory of Mary Swint-Moore Mr. and Mrs. Gay Bowden Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herb Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoelzle Mrs. Leona Laurer Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lenhart Mrs. Norma Ochs Mr. and Mrs. Stan Root, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt In Memory of Craig Mosser Mrs. Margaret Mosser In Memory of Pat Ohm Mr. and Mrs. Ed Guyer In Memory of Roberta Sprenger Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mosser
Undesignated Estate of Louis and Kathleen Foos Estate of Donald Krofta iGive Kroger Co.-Kroger Plus Card Mr. and Mrs. Keith Partee
Attention Former Boys Basketball Players
If you played basketball for SJH or SJCC during your senior year please ﬁll out the form below and return it to the high school in care of Gary Geller. If you are not a basketball player, but know of someone who did play basketball (grandfather, father, brother, husband, etc.) please send in all the information you have about that person. We are updating our boys basketball record book and we are collecting any and all information about St. Joseph basketball. We are looking for player number information, stats, records, scores, coaches names, tournament results, SBC titles, date when the SBC started, original teams in the SBC, when teams left or joined the SBC. We will take any information that can be substantiated. E-mail information to email@example.com or mail to SJCC 702 Croghan St. Fremont, OH 43420. Name: ________________________________________________________Year of Graduation: ____________Number worn senior year: __________________ Person sending in information: _____________________Phone Number: ______ _______________________ E-Mail____________________________________ Stats or Other Information: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
In the News
Marian (Mayle ‘48) and Doyle Kusmer ‘44 celebrated their 60th wedding anniversay, May 30. Mary and Bill Yeager ’44 celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary, June 16. Joanne (Hawk ‘49) Young was inducted into the Sandusky County Senior Citizens Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame honors senior volunteers who present positive images of aging.
Lea and Don Ochs ’58 celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, April 8. Mary (Darr ‘58) and Dean Pfefferle celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, July 8. Ruth (Ehrman ‘58) and Farnham Randolph celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, May 13. Lucy and Raul Rendon ’52 celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, February 12. Ursula (Toeppe ‘58) and Larry Wolfe celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary, April 22.
Mike Burkett ‘66 will be retiring December 31 after serving 21 years as Fremont Municipal Court Judge. Mike graduated from the Universtiy of Toledo’s law school in 1974 and practiced law in Fremont from 1975-1991. He plans to remain active with Sacred Heart Parish and numerous civic organizations. Fred Peltier ’67 was named Architect of the Year for 2011 by the Toledo Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Fred began his career in 1974 as a drafting technician in the University Architect’s Ofﬁce at the University of Toledo (UT). During his tenure at UT he was involved with the construction of 26 new buildings, 11 total building renovations, and hundreds of other building, site, and utility improvements. Richard Faist ’60 was recently honored with the Jefferson Award. Richard has been a volunteer for COMPASS, a public service group that provides inpatient and outpatient alcohol and drug abuse treatment and HIV education and testing, for over 40 years. He is head of the ﬁnance committee and serves on the executive board. The Jefferson Award honors people who are doing extraordinary things to better the Toledo community. Tom Giebel ’65, retired after 38+ years as managing director of Kiwanis Manor, Tifﬁn, Ohio. Tom began his career with the Manor shortly after its opening in 1972.
In Our Prayers
Dan Chudzinski ‘44 Red Haslinger ‘65
Janet (Mayle ‘53) Overmyer
To Tim Braun for his dedication with the mock trial programs. To Mark Boukissen and Whitey’s Diner for soup stop meal donations. To Shalon Szabo of Sherwin Williams for 20 gallons of paint. To U-New Tent Rental for use of a grill for Park Day.
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LouAnne (Young ’74) Barrett was named educator of the year of Beaufort County South Carolina. LouAnne has taught K-12 Art and Spanish at Hilton Head Christian Academy. Tom Hoffman ‘79 was named the ﬁrst recipient of an honorary associate degree from Terra Community College. Terra president, Dr. Marsha S. Bordner, cited him as ideal candidate for the ﬁrst honorary degree, “he represents the best in a public servant and in what we value in the students who have taken coursework at Terra. We claim him as one of our own.” she said.
Stephanie and Dennis Batey ’92 welcomed daughter Addison Grace Batey, December 21. Amanda (Rutherford ‘98) and Daniel Goff welcomed daughter, Adeline Marie Goff, November 17. Katie and Nick Halm ‘97 welcomed son, Henry Nicholas Halm, March 1. Laura and Michael Mead ’96 welcomed daughter, Emma Elaine Mead, March 15. Timothy J. Mead, Ph.D. ‘98, after successfully defending his dissertation, has accepted a postdoctoral position at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute in Cleveland. Amy (Faist ’94) and Aaron Mix welcomed twins, Caden Anthony and Delaney Leigh Mix, April 28. Stacy and Ray Rellinger ‘90 welcomed son, Evan James Rellinger, November 14. Carrie (Hart ‘91) and Steve Szymanowski ‘90 welcomed daughter, Erin Rose Szymanowski, May 19.
Rachel Cope ’06 and Louis Caracci III were married November 27. Brittni (Eicher ’04) and Matthew Faist ’02 welcomed son, Emry Matthew Faist, March 8. Cora Mercer ‘10 was named All Freshman Art Student of the Year at Kent State. Cora will be working as a costume designer at Cedar Point for the summer. Nick Swint ’07 a four-year member of the Ohio Northern University swim team, has earned ﬁve All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors. ONU won their 7th consecutive Ohio Athletic Conference Swimming & Diving Championship in February. Keri (Peiffer ’02) and Juan Vela welcomed daughter, Mackenzie Grace Vela, May 4.
In Memoriam Manuel Amezquita ‘71 Bernard Blechinger ‘40 Frances (Bumb) Creeger ‘37 Paul Eisenman ’42 Louise Hoffman Freeh ’43 Norma (Heschel) Gabel ‘42 Francis Geller ‘35 Linda Fairall Graziano ’66 Jerald Hughes ’48 Mary (Heschel) Golden-Kenny ‘36
Sylvia Lowe Marcum ’62 Rita “Deence” Miller ‘42 Charles Missey ‘58 Mary (Darr) Swint-Moore ‘47 Rosemary Preble Saba ’48 Margaret (Sloma) Smith ‘39 Margaret (Gonya) Spieldenner ‘39 Norma (Matusak) Yeisley ‘50 Ursula Meyer Zoeller ’38
Art &Music Show
The staff and faculty of Terra State Community College cordially invite you to the Grand Opening of the Arts & Health Technologies Center Friday, September 30, 2011 at 11:00 AM. Tours will be available at the conclusion of the ceremony. Please join us!
This year’s annual Art & Music Show was a showcase of the students’ many talents. Aaron Zetzer’s still life painting was chosen Best of Show, 2-D along with Kayleigh Wurzel’s place setting honoring artist Roy Lichtenstein for Best of Show, 3-D. There was a tie for this year’s Peoples’ Choice Award between Joey Magnuson’s Dada Style place setting and Grant Cleveland’s abstract “Dale Chihuly” style painting. Other categories such as drawing, print making, ceramics, photography, and mixed media were also represented. The SJCC Art Club also sold student work, such as handmade fused glass jewelry and ceramic leaf plates. After enjoying the beautiful art work the crowd was entertained by the SJCC band and choir, led by Mr. Bill Burkett.
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One of the many hand-made leaf plates that were auctioned off by the Art Club members to raise money for scholarships.
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Crimson & Gray Days! August 6 CEDF/Alumni & Friends Golf Outing 30 First Day of School September 21 St. Casimir/Booster’s Cabbage Roll Dinner October 7 Alumni & Friends Homecoming Gathering 8 Homecoming Game
Countless volunteers work hard to prepare the cabbage for the annual Cabbage Roll dinner.
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