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First Publication: October 1981
For Alumni, Friends, and Families of Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School
Summer 2010 Summer 2010
Congratulations, Class of 2010!
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Advancing Catholic PreK thru 12 Education Angie Ritzman, Director of Advancement Sue Berryman, Associate Director of Advancement
Beginning this summer we are so excited to include pre-school thru grade eight in our advancement work of promoting the Bishop Hoffman Catholic School. Great things are happening with Catholic education and we are thrilled to be part of the process! Live out of town and want to hear about things happening with your classmates? Send your e-mail to aritzman@streaks. net and we will add you to our e-mail list. We send quarterly e-mails about upcoming events as well as special e-mails about your classmates. Want to donate to SJCC without sending us money? Sign-up your Kroger Plus Card online at wwww.kroger.com/communityrewards. For the total sales generated each quarter, SJCC will receive a donation from Kroger! We hope you have a great summer and look forward to many great changes in the Fall!
The members of the class of 2010 celebrated baccalaureate and commencement May 30. Leading the class was Carrissa Burns, Valedictorian and John Fatica, Salutatorian. The next ﬁve highest ranking seniors were Taylor Darr, Ashley Carroll, Joshua Schiets, Matthew Wickline, and Zoey McQuistion. Students earning the highest subject averages were Darr (Art), Christopher Liebold (Music), Fatica (English and Social Studies), Burns (Spanish, Math, Science, and Social Studies). The Bishop’s Cross awards went to Darr and Liebold. Other awards handed out included the Ethel Smith Outstanding Female Athlete Award to Jessica Molyet, the ct oria n di le Va , ns Robert Smith Outstanding Male Athlete Award to Garrett ur B a ss rri Ca Walker, the Alumni and Friends Award to Schiets, the Thomas H. Rimelspach Memorial Award to C.J. Holland, the Honor Award for Outstanding Loyalty and Service to Sophia Cullen, and the Excellence in Religion Awards to Burns and Fatica. $1.4 million in scholarships was offered to the Class of 2010. This is a testimony to the hard work of the class, the sacriﬁce of their parents and a tribute to Catholic School Educators from the grade schools and SJCC. Congratulations! Have a safe and wonderful summer, may God continue to bless you.
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For Alumni, Friends, and Families of Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School
SJCC SCORES TOPS AREA AND STATE
IN THIS ISSUE SPRING SPORTS... PAGE 4
CEDF ANNUAL REPORT... PAGE 5
SISTER ANNE MARY MOLYET... PAGE 6
The IN Box
IN BOX...PAGE 8 Alumni Updates
Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) results are in and SJCC scores are tops in Sandusky County and heads above the state average. Congratulations to students, educators, and parents! 100% of SJCC sophomores passed the reading and math sections. 98% passed the writing section, 96% passed the social studies section, and 90% passed the science section. Passing all ﬁve sections were: 86% of SJCC sophomores 81% of Toledo Diocese sophomores 66% of State of Ohio sophomores 56% of Fremont City Schools sophomores 2010 Calendar Winners Jan Feb Mar Apr May
Denny Jenkins Lou Kuhlman Bev Roberts Paul Hrupcho Kathy Chudzinski
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.streaks.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. Dr. Richard Facciolo, Superintendent Mike Gabel ‘78 - Principal Deb Streacker (Dye ‘81) - Asst. Principal Angie Ritzman (O’Neal ‘93) Director of Advancement Sue Berryman - Assoc. Director Advancement Copy Editors: Mary Ellen Leite (Hughes ‘53) Sarah Pietrykowski ‘02 SJCC Faculty: Amy Ronski (Spieldenner ‘80) Liz Pietrykowski
Bishop Hoffman Catholic Schools This fall the Catholic Schools in Fremont will join as one, The Bishop Hoffman Catholic School. The former Sacred Heart Elementary will be known as Sacred Heart Campus and will house grades Preschool thru Grade Three, Mrs. Judy Hall is Principal. The former St. Joseph Elementary will be the St. Joseph Campus and will house Grades Four thru Eight, Mrs. Bev Buckley is Principal. St. Joseph Central Catholic High School will remain Grades Nine thru Twelve with Mr. Mike Gabel as Principal. Dr. Richard Facciolo is Superintendent and Governing Board Members are: Reverend David Bruning, Reverend Thomas Extejt, Reverend Kenneth Lill, Tim Cullen, Denice Hirt, Mary Yeager, Sue Barbour, Pat Militello, Vince Militello, Amy Salazar, Elaine Rosengarten, and Kathy Stierwalt.
Success at State!
Winning the MAL All-Sports trophy capped an extremely successful spring sports season. In addition to the success of the track and ﬁeld athletes, the baseball, softball, and tennis teams didn’t disappoint their fans. Both the boys and girls track teams experienced high participation, and many school records were broken throughout the season. Senior Jessica Molyet continued her success in the ﬁeld events setting the school mark in both shot and discus. Jessica was the MAL champion in both events and ﬁnished third in the State in the shot put. Sprinters Kelsey Burkin, Maddi Filliater, Whitney Drown, and Lindsay Weickert also shined throughout the season and earned a trip to the State Meet. A First Place State ﬁnish in the high jump for junior Brant Reardon highlighted the boys’ season. Joining Reardon at State was junior Isaac Bowling, an eleventh place ﬁnisher in the discus. Runners Sean Brawley, Zak Bowman, Matt Wickline, Nate Long, Matt Mehalko, Alex Burns, and David Wasson improved tremendously throughout the season and earned many ﬁrst place ﬁnishes. The varsity boys baseball squad were led by seniors Garrett Walker, Adam Snider, Alex Macielewicz, Jeff Mapus, and John Fatica. The team ﬁnished the season with a 19-7 mark. The boys were Sectional champions, and Walker, along with junior Aaron Swint, were named First Team MAL. The varsity girls softball team ﬁnished the season strong, compiling a 15-9 record. Strong pitching from junior Sonya Kwiatkowski highlighted a solid defense throughout the season and earned her First Team MAL honors. A strong group of underclassmen will return next season, but seniors Jessica Long and Samantha Heishman will be missed. Boys tennis was led by senior Paul Blohm who was an aggressive ﬁrst singles player. Many new players joined the 2010 season. Finishing their tennis careers were seniors Blohm, Sam Hossler, Jordan Foos, and Scott Lamson.
t Jessica Molye ot h S Third Place
Brant Reardon First Place High Jump
Junior Brant Reardon became the third Crimson Streak to win a State Title in track and ﬁeld! Brant cleared 6’-7” to take ﬁrst place in the high jump at the State Track meet at Ohio State’s Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. Senior Jessica Molyet also made the podium with a third place ﬁnish in the shot put. Jessica completed a very successful season with a throw of 41 feet, 6 1/4 inches.
2009 CEDF 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.
M/M William Barbour Mary Barrington M/M William Bork M/M Denny Burmeister M/M Thomas Byers Peggy Celek M/M Richard Chamberlain M/M Maynard Chambers
M/M Robert Chudzinski JoAnn Cook M/M Rayone Colye M/M Albert Darr Carl Durnwald M/M Jerry Freeh M/M Paul Gonya M/M Michael Haaser Barbara Haubert
M/M Robert Hershey Mercedes Keating Brian Koenig Larry Kramer M/M Joel Marquis M/M Edmond Mosser Albert Nichols Tom Ochs Janet Overmyer
2009 Balance Sheet
Assets Funds Operating Funds Perpetual Receivable-Gift Annuity Total Assets-Market Value Liabilities Payable Due 2009 Gift Equity Undistributed Value Total Liabilities & Equity Note-Insurance Policies Face Amount CEDF Owner CEDF Beneﬁciary Memo Total Equity Total Insurance Total
M/M Donald Reardon M/M Mark Rospert M/M Thomas Russell M/M Richard Setzler M/M Gerard Shondell M/M Ken Smith Barb Smola M/M Vince Snyder Louise Stout
Virginia Valle Jeanine VanDerLaar M/M Albert Wagner Mike Weickert George Widman Marcella Wilhelm Terry Wilhelm
Financial Activity and Gift
32,442 775,828 50,000 858,270 10,000 37,771 810,499 858,270 128,000 12,460 140,460 810,499 140,460 950,959
Annual Fund Total Revenue & Investment Gain Total Expenditures Net Gain
52,283 30,018 22,265
Net Gain to be Allocated 60% to Perpetual Fund 40% to Annual Fund Total
13,359 12,680 22,265
Annual Gift 40% of Net Gain 95% of Perpetual Fund Income Total Annual Gift to SJCC
8,906 28,865 37,771
Since the ﬁrst gift of $16,613 in 1991, total gifts to SJCC are $540,571.
6th Annual CEDF and SJCC Alumni & Friends Golf Outing Saturday August 7, 2010 Green Hills Golf Course Clyde 9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start - 18 holes - 2 carts - limited to ﬁrst 36 teams $220 Per Team - Registration Deadline July 16 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 Summer 2010
It’s All Greek to Me 2A
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O’Brien Insurance Agency M/M Peter Ochs M/M Bill Ochs Old Fort Banking Co. Ole Zim’s Wagon Shed A.J. O’Neal & Sarah Pietrykowski M/M Allan O’Neal Oriental Pearl Otto & Urban Flower Shop Janet Overmyer Packer Creek Pottery Papa Jimmies BB-Q & Pizza Papa Murphy’s Pizza M/M Douglas Pearson Pat Picciuto Liz Pietrykowski Pioneer Quick Lube Plaza Lanes/Cameo Pizza Post Net Prairie Market Mary Primm M/M Nathan Printy Progressive Iron & Metal R & R Identiﬁcation Maria Ranker Reardon, Kolbe & Szakovits M/M Dennis Rectenwald Dr/M Tom Reineck M/M DustyReinhart M/M Roger Rhoad Rick Frank, Insurance Ritz Theatre River Cliff Golf Course Robert J. Dornauer DDS Robert N. Gabel & Assoc M/M Clif Robinette M/M Tim Root Root’s Poultry, Inc. M/M Dave Roth M/M Tony Ruggiero Evangeline Ruiz Sonya Ruppel Sacred Heart Elementary Safe Harbor Driving School Sandusky County Chamber of Commerce Sarah’s Sew Shop Dr/M Tim Sauber M/M John Schell Scrapbook Attic LLC Sheets Supply, Inc. Doris Shurmer SJCC Alumni & Friends SJCC Booster Club Judge Brad Smith Dr/M Nelson Smith M/M Dennis Snyder M/M Vince Snyder Sorg Graphics Sound Installments M/M Dave Spader
Spieldenner Carpet One Spiffy Car Wash St. Ann Elementary SJCC St. Joseph Church St. Joseph Elementary Faculty & Staff St. Joseph Elementary PTO St. Mary Parish-Millersville St. Mary’s Grade School-Clyde M/M Ralph Staib M/M Kurt Steinberger Steinberger Christmas Tree Farm Stephen Cellier, DDS M/M Fred Stetzel Dr/M Howard Stierwalt Dr/M James Stierwalt M/M Greg Streacker Streacker Tractor Sales, Inc. Summer Kitchen Interiors Sunrise Cooperative Sweet Home Cafe` Swim Rite Pools Mr. and Mrs. John Swint Mr. & Mrs. Vince Swint Sycamore Hills Golf Club Techniform Industries Terra Community College Toledo Symphony Orchestra Town & Country RV’s Veh & Son Furniture Steve Verock M/M Tim Walters Walters’ Boiler Works, Inc. Mrs. Jean Wasserman M/M Mike Wasserman Kent Weickert Wendt Key Team Realty M/M Craig Wendt Wendy’s Wetzel’s Sewer Cleaning Whirlpool Corp M/M Ken Wilhelm Lisa Willey Willies Sales & Service Winters Custom Gold M/M Allan Wise M/M StanWise M/M Ed Wiza Woleslagel U-New Tent Rental Women’s Health Specialists Rick Wonderly Zach Wonderly Wonderly Collision Wonderly Horvath Hanes Funeral Home M/M TJ Wurzel MM Bill Yeager Thomas Young Barb Zienta
unty Catholic Schools The 16th Sandsky Co . Thanks to generous 10 Auction was held April listed on page 6, countguests, over 300 donors e months of preparaless volunteers, and nin its success with over ed tion the auction continu ted to the schools and bu tri dis t oﬁ pr 0 $114,00 s rly to plan for next year’ CEDF. It’s never too ea if or n, tio na do personal event. You can make a that could make a dona y an mp co a you work for school. tion, please contact the 5A
Breaking the Stereotypes of Religious Life By: Danielle Molyet -2011 The word “nun” is many times associated with a typical stereotype. One might view the life of a nun to be reclusive, highly disciplined, and boring. I had the pleasure of learning that the life of a nun is quite the opposite. Sr. Anne Mary Molyet does not ﬁt this stereotype; her vocation as a Sister of Notre Dame is rewarding and dynamic. Recently, I spoke with Sr. Anne Mary Molyet, class of 1974, and I learned about her perspective on this fulﬁlling vocation. As a student at SJCC, the Sisters of Notre Dame taught her. Attracted to their community Sister Anne Mary Moly et living and spirit of faith, Sr. Anne’s interest in the religious life was sparked. During her senior year at Walsh University, she began thinking about her plans for the future. Her attraction to the religious life still drew her in, so she had a big decision to make. She questioned, “Should I embark on the nine year journey of formation into the religious life? What if I want to get married?” Thinking very logically, she decided to begin the formation process to determine whether God was calling her to this vocation in life. After all, she was free to leave the process at any time and get married—it didn’t work the other way around! Needless to say, she knew very soon that she made the right decision. Her vocation has provided her with countless opportunities to serve God and her community. From 2003-2009, Sr. Anne served as the Provincial Superior of the SND, Toledo Province. Her responsibilities included leading 225 sisters to discern where God is calling them to carry out a very important aspect of the SND mission: nurturing faith through education. As Jesus missioned the disciples to go out and spread the good news, Sister missioned other sisters to disperse around the world to do God’s work. Currently, Sr. Anne is on sabbatical in India. She is undergoing the Atmadarshan Experience, a program of integration of the body, mind, and spirit, according to the Eastern tradition. During her time in India, Sister hopes to learn how to clear her mind, become more focused, and live with more awareness. She also hopes to share the Atmadarshan Experience with others. Sister is not only an interesting person, but she is a great inspiration. I wish to share the following interview. Q. What role do religious women play in our world today? A. The role of this vocation is to do God’s work and empower others to do the same. Religious women have the capacity to respond to this kind of call because they are free to pack up, leave, and go where the need is greatest. This is the beauty of giving your life to Jesus through the religious life. Q. What has been your most rewarding missionary experience? A. During my Provincial Superior term in Toledo, I was part of a missionary team that brought Sunday Scriptures and Communion to the inmates of the Toledo City Jail. Our purpose was to offer a non-judgmental presence to assure them that they are still loved by God, despite their past. Two things really touched me. The ﬁrst was the discovery that these inmates do not see the light of day for the extent of their term. There is a tunnel that leads to the courthouse! The second was the realization that there is no human touch in jail. After praying the Our Father, one man told me I made his day because he hadn’t felt the human touch of a hand in so long! Overall, these inmates were the most humble and sincere people to whom I ministered. Q. Where have you traveled through your vocation? A. I have been to Brazil, India, across the US, and Papua New Guinea ﬁve times. Q. What is your favorite part of the religious life? A. I really treasure the opportunities to satisfy the spiritual hungers of our world. People are hungry for something that has a deeper meaning in life and are always looking for purpose. I enjoy steering them in the right direction towards a more satisfying and happier way of life. Q. What would you like young people to know about the religious life? A. I encourage young people to give a church vocation consideration. Serving God and his people is such a rewarding and satisfying way of life.
The IN Box
In Our Prayers
Joan Bowden ‘58 Judy Drusback Norm Gabel ‘48 Patricia (Haubert) Gabel ‘56 George Hotz Fr. Earl Loefﬂer Joel Marquis Holly (Haslinger)Sneider ‘90
Kenneth Darr ‘45 Paul Darr ‘48 James Diedrich ‘35 Kathleen (Setzler) Foos ‘44 Mary (Dalton) Gatter ‘40 Bernice (Fisher) Haubert ‘46 Hilda Hoelzle ‘27
Alice (Peiffersberger) Mehling ‘38 Mary (Wolf) Notheis ‘52 Betty Jo (Gabel) Reinhart ‘55 Karel (Siler) Swope ‘48 Edmund Spieldenner ‘36 Kay Anne (Hershey) Werner ‘50
In the News
To Bella Cosa Floral Studio-Joe Wasserman ‘83, for graduation ﬂowers. To Mark Boukissen for Soup Stop food donations. To Jim Morley ‘55, who donated golf clubs to the golf team.
1940’s Janice (Shondell ‘49) and Leo Lehman celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary, June 25. 1950’s Bill Smith ‘59 received the 2009-2010 Sandusky County Bar Association Liberty Bell Award. This Award is presented to
someone who promotes a greater respect for the law and courts. Attending the ceremony were Supreme Court Justice O’Donnell, Supreme Court Justice Lanzinger, Retired Judge Harry Sargeant, Appeals Court Judge Arlene Singer, Appeals Court Judge Tom Osouick, Retired Jude Bruce Hoffman, and Judge Mike Burkett. Bill has been teaching at SJCC since 1963.
1980’s Jodi (Schaeffer) ‘88 and Ed Guenst welcomed daughter, Reese Marie Guenst, September 14. 1990’s Brian Darr ‘92, graduated from the United States Border Patrol Academy in New Mexico. He is completing his ﬁeld
training in Texas and will be assigned to Sandusky Bay, Ohio. Kelly and Pat Eberly ‘95 welcomed daughter, Briana Mary Margaret Eberly, April 11. Jason Eberly ‘99 received a Child Welfare Leadership Scholarship. Jason is in the Social Work Masters Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Jaime (Eshleman ‘97) and Tom Foos ‘92 welcomed daughter, Peyton Elaine Foos, October 3. Rachel and Eric Hirt ‘93 welcomed daughter, Tessa Susanne Hirt, January 20. Cory (Engler “99) and Kristopher Kilgore welcomed twin daughters, Alexis Madalyn and Lacey Meredith Kilgore March 3.
2000’s Danielle Dickman ‘05, daughter of Elaine (Foos ‘79) and Mark Dickman ‘81 graduated from Kent State University.
Tyler Haubert ‘05, a member of the 200th Red Horse Unit in Mansﬁeld has been deployed to Iraq. Red Horse will be instrumental in building a new chapel south of Baghdad. Jonathan Koenig ‘09, has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Jon attends the University of Cincinnati majoring in Aero Space Engineering and is a Brovo Flight Cadet with the Air Force ROTC. Dan Neiling ‘06 is a heavy equipment diesel tech working for Caterpillar in Bismark, North Dakota. John Neiling ‘09, was accepted into the “Cyber Defense” competition team at Baker College in Flint, Michigan. The team placed ﬁrst in state competition and fourth in regionals. John was appointed team captain for next year. Brady Smith ‘04 graduated as a Green Beret February 19. Sgt. Smith is stationed in Germany.
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A Tr ib u t e to F r. John Bre nne n ‘83 4/16/1965 - 2/11/2010
By: Kelli Brennen (2011), niece of Fr. John Fr. John Brennen was not only a compassionate, caring priest, but he was much more than that. He was a man with a great spirit, and he loved to make people laugh. Fr. John was ordained in 2000 and began his priesthood at Sandusky St. Mary’s. He was later transferred to Mansﬁeld St. Pete’s. He spent his ﬁnal years in Galion at St. Joseph’s. Throughout his priesthood, Fr. John was very involved with the students at his parishes. He loved to work with them and enjoyed the time he spent with them. Fr. John truly loved to support his students in their activities. He was known for wearing crazy hats at sporting events, which was his “trademark.” Fr. John was a great person who connected not only with the students but also with the parishioners. He left a mark on everyone he met. Through all his pain, he maintained high spirits, and he never complained. Although Fr. John Brennen left us early at the age of 45, he will be forever remembered by those who knew him.
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CEDF Mary Barrington M/M Michael Haaser Larry Kramer Tom Ochs M/M Gerard Shondell Louise Stout Virginia Valle Mock Trial Sandusky County Bar Assn. Naderer Sports Complex In Honor of Pete & Marcie Naderer’s 50th Anniversary M/M Ron House M/M Tom Leite Scholaships Beier Scholarship M/M Rob Boukissen Burkett Scholarship M/M John Place James & Barbara Haubert Barbara Haubert Undesignated In Honor of Bernadine Meyer’s 90th Birthday M/M Richard Faist
Annual Fund 16 Helen Martin* M/M Joseph Camp
CEDF Fr. John Brennen* Class of 1983 M/M Patrick Eberly M/M Greg Martin Lori Misner M/M Eric Rini M/M Steve Spieldenner M/M Nolan Wetoskey Fred Singer* M/M Herb Adams M/M Robert Beck Joan Bowden M/M Gay Bowden Andrew Capogrosso M/M Rod Cutcher M/M David Floro M/M Gerald Foos Eileen Gabel M/M Mike Gabel M/M Gary Godfred Jake Gonya M/M Bob Grayson Lowell Henry M/M Mike Hetrick M/M Doug Hoch M/M Paul Hoelzle Michelle Kindred M/M Dan Knisely M/M Larry Kosakowski M/M Chuck Lenhart
M/M Nicholas Lilli M/M Terry Mace Richard Meyer M/M Richard Miller Mary Ann Mosser M/M Al O’Neal Dr/M Walter Oxley M/M Del Rauch M/M Fred Recktenwald M/M Mark Reilly Dr/M Tom Reineck Dr/M Nelson Smith Barb Smola Dr/M Dale Solze Suzanne Spriggs M/M Dave Stotz Pamela Swartz M/M Mike Waleryszak Jean Wasserman Ken Weickert Tanya Wheatley M/M Michael Wing M/M Roger Wise Elizabeth Wohlgamuth M/M Jim Yeager M/M Jan Zaleski Debt Reduction Appeal John Gallagher* Stan Knetrzak* M/M Joel Marquis
Light of Christ Faculty & Staff Endowment Fund Joseph Overmyer* M/M Timothy Robinson Scholaships Rob&KathyBoukissen Eleanor Dudley* M/M Rob Boukissen Tom & Ellen Leite Fr. John Brennen* Richard Leite* M/M Tom Leite Zella & Howard Novitski Zella Novitski* Patricia Andecover M/M Steven Billow M/M James Burroughs M/M Marshall Crawford M/M Joe Dubielak Donna Durst M/M Vernon Fillmore The Giving Tree David House Jack House M/M William House Jeanne Huskey Linda James Mercedes Keating M/M Dale Kreck Marla Lieske Lois Martin Mike Reaser Doris Rusincovitch
Nathalie Walter Joan Wizgird Young’s R.V. Center Tuition Assistance Anna Werner* M/M Mark Pumphrey Undesignated Fr. John Brennen* M/M Mark Gabel M/M Mike Gabel M/M Norm Gabel M/M John Lauer Norma Ochs Bernadine Cook* Leona Laurer Kenneth Darr* Rebecca Andrews M/M Timothy Arndt Tom Beier Mike Benner Family Alvin Darr M/M Dennis Dumminger M/M Martin Eberly M/M Bill Kuhlman M/M John Lauer M/M Donald Reinhart M/M Dennis Schiets Donald Schiets Mary DiCesare* Leona Laurer Hilda Hoelzle* M/M John Harman
Kathleen Setzler Foos* Class of 1944 Patricia Golamb Helen Martin* M/M Henry Bonnigson M/M Bruce Darr Audrey Kupka M/M Joseph Luc Pat Picciuto Elaine Ruggiero Donald Nicholas, Sr.* M/M John Lauer M/M Jack Mayle Carl Pump* M/M Chuck Lenhart Betty Jo Reinhart* Class of 1955 Marian Kindred Fred Singer* Harvey Oaks Jeweler Janet Weasner* Margaret Gearheart M/M Paul Gonya M/M Michael King M/M Dean Pfefferle Janet Schueler Patricia Zienta* M/M John Lauer
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to the following individuals who shared their time and talents to judge the senior class project presentations. Tom Leite Angie Chlosta Robert Cochey Ken Luc Wednesday, September 15 for the St. Casimir’s Danielle Luc The Dartman WCKY 103.7 Booster Club Golabki Dinner. Dine in the SJCC Meredith Dray Anne Marquis Don Nally Richard Facciolo cafeteria or drive-thru pickups will be available. Marlene Fisher Al O’Neal Beth Gabel Carl Schell Friday, October 1 for the Homecoming game. The Chris Hamady Erin Scott Alumni & Friends Association will be honoring Bas- Erica Hoffman Randy Shulze ketball. Check your e-mail and the SJCC website for Gary Kaltenbach Connie Warner Cheryl Wendt more details. Send us your e-mail to be sure you are Bette Kaltenbach John Kuzma Tim Wiersma on our mailing list. Susan Wurzel John Lauer Ellen Leite TJ Wurzel
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2010 Class Reunions
1947 August 18, 1:00 p.m. 818 Club 1949 July 21, 12:30 p.m. Moose Lodge, call Katie Root 419332-4226 or Birdie Laurer 419-332-3134 1952 August 6, Fremont Country Club 1953 July 11, Fremont Country Club 1954 September 9, Fremont Moose, Noon 1955 August 27 -28, Ridgeview Condo, Fremont Country Club 1956 July 13, Fremont Moose, Noon 1960 October 2, Mass at St. Joseph, Dinner at River Cliff Golf Course contact DeeDee Wadsworth at email@example.com for all the weekend’s activities 1961 Meets monthly on the second Tuesday at the Fremont Moose at Noon 1965 September 25, Fremont Yacht Club 1966 Meeting ﬁrst Monday each month, firstname.lastname@example.org 1970 July 31, Fremont Yacht Club 1975 July 24, Fremont Yacht Club 1980 August 21, Fremont Yacht Club 1985 July 31, Fremont Moose 1990 E-mail Pat Militello at email@example.com or Anne (Mayle) White at firstname.lastname@example.org 1995 July 24, Pioneer Mill, Tifﬁn, contact Julie (Hotz) Celek, email@example.com 2000 July 24, The Depot
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•Saturday November 13 at Ole Zims Wagon Shed •Doors Open at 6:00 p.m. •Dinner at 7:00 p.m. •Rafﬂe begins after dinner •Music and Dancing immediately following the rafﬂe •Tickets are $100 and include one dinner, an extra dinner is $25 Ticket purchasers will be entered into a monthly drawing for $100 Drawings will be July 31, Aug. 31, Sept. 30, and Oct. 31
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This year’s annual SJCC Art & Music Show included ceramics, paintings, drawings, graphic designs, collages, sewing, mixed media, and of course, great music! Every art student submitted at least two pieces of their art work, and senior portfolio students set up a display of their year’s work. Area judges decided on ﬁrst, second, and third place in several categories with the top honor being “Best of Show”. Guests of the show voted on the “Peoples’ Choice” award. Christian Rodriguez claimed this year’s “Best of Show”. One of his paintings was accepted into the highly competitive Northwest Ohio Focus Show. The SJCC Art Club also fused glass jewelry and created hand-crafted ceramic leaf plates that were sold at the show. The money earned provided a $200.00 art scholarship for a senior entering an art related ﬁeld. Art instructor, Mrs. Amy Rospert and band director, Mr. Bill Burkett put a lot of energy into the preparation of the show. Mrs. Rospert reﬂects, “It was a lot of hard work, but it is amazing to see how talented our students are!”
Max Beck Summer 2010
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Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School A Bishop Hoffman Catholic School 702 Croghan St. Fremont, OH 43420
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Crimson & Gray Days! July 30-31 SJCC at Jimmy Bukkett’s
August 1 SJCC at Jimmy Bukkett’s 7 CEDF/Alumni & Friends Golf Outing 26 Freshmn Orientation 31 First Day of School September 10 St. Joseph Campus Grandparent Day 13 All Schools Mass with Bishop Blair 15 St. Casimir/Booster’s Golabki Dinner 24 Sacred Heart Campus Grandparent Day October 1 Homecoming 16 Booster Club Vegas Night 22 SJCC Campus Grandparent Day
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