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A big, bright Saturday night to benefit financial assistance at Saint Peter’s Prep

April 20, 2013 The Westin Jersey City Newport


Saint Peter’s Prep New Jersey’s Jesuit High School Since 1872

Office of the President

April 20, 2013 Dear Friends, Welcome to our sixth annual 144 Grand Gala, in support of the Saint Peter’s Prep Financial Assistance Program. As I recognize my final year as president, I find myself filled with tremendous memories of the past seven years, of which memories of you and the Gala are paramount. I remember with great affection our first Gala in 2008. I think we were all both nervous and excited about that first effort, but on a great night when it all seemed to come together so nicely, I sincerely believe that a course was charted – a course for success – for the years that were and are to come. What happened that night? For me, the image of our first chairs – Bill and Seton Ahearn – answers that question well. Over the years, the Gala has had two fundamental goals: to support our students of financial need and, simply put, to have fun. Bill and Seton exemplified both of those goals for me. True to the only “rule” he had set for that first evening, Bill’s speech that night was a brief one. He began the evening by recalling the scholarship he received in 1971, and how without it, he could never have attended Prep. Without it, he said, he never would have become the person he was that day. The room was enthralled. I think it is fair to say that like his speech that evening, Bill’s life, although brief, was certainly memorable! Along with my memories of Bill, I also have wonderful memories of his wife, Seton. As the evening began six years ago, I wondered and worried if people would enjoy themselves. After barely nibbling on my appetizer, I thought what the heck, let’s have a good time. And so, I asked Seton for a dance. As we were “cutting the rug,” I remember others – dozens – began joining us on the dance floor, and the party began. And to tell you the truth, the party has not stopped since! As I think about our evening tonight, I am filled not only with memories of the past, but also with great expectation for the future. Just as the past has been filled with wonderful people, so too our present day. I am so grateful for the dedication of our current chairs, Jane and Jim Donofrio, ’81, P’11,’14; Patty and Joe Nicoletti, ’83, P’13; and Lisa and Matt Siracuse, P’13,’16,’17. It has been a pleasure working and playing with these three great couples. I am also grateful to those who hosted gift-gathering parties, those who donated gifts to our auctions and ad journal, and those who sponsored us this evening, especially Bank of America for their ongoing, generous support. Ultimately, I am grateful to all of you for being here tonight. May great memories be forged this evening. May this night once again support our young men of need who are trying to do great things. And may this night also bring friends and families together as a community in the sort of fun and friendship that have been the hallmark of Prep life since since 1872. Sincerely yours,

Robert E. Reiser, S.J. President 144 Grand Street | Jersey City, NJ 07302 | www.spprep.org | T: 201-547-6410 201-547-2308 | F: 201-547-6421 | E: president@spprep.org communications@spprep.org


In memory of Bill Ahearn, ’75, P’01 In memory of Don Alfano, ’42

Seton & Bill Ahearn, ’75, P’01 at the inaugural 144 Grand Gala – April 26, 2008

Always in our hearts.


April 20, 2013 Dear Friends,

Welcome to the 6th annual 144 Grand Gala! It has been amazing to witness the generosity and commitment of so many members of the Prep community, and it has been our pleasure to serve as co-chairs in making this event come to life. We thank Frances Salvo and the members of Prep’s advancement staff for their hard work and their commitment to the success of the Gala. And we offer a special thanks to Fr. Bob Reiser, S.J who helped us navigate uncharted waters 6 years ago and continues to guide us here tonight. As you know, the Gala is not just a great party; it is also a chance for all of us to assist in giving deserving young men the opportunity to attend Prep. Your support makes this all possible. If you’ve helped stuff envelopes, made a donation to the auction, opened your home to a gift-gathering party or made a reservation to attend, you know, value and understand the mission of Saint Peter’s Prep and we offer our thanks. We are grateful to our corporate and individual sponsors and advertisers whose donations helped to fund tonight’s event and our students’ educations. As you make your way through this program, you will see the names of alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff and businesses who have been so generous with their time, talent and treasures. You know what a special place Prep is, you know the value of a Jesuit education; you’ve either experienced it yourself as a student or as a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, sister or friend of a current student. No matter your affiliation, your support will be felt for years to come as the young men who benefit from it become Men for Others. Tonight is the biggest and brightest night in Jersey City, and we are so glad that you are here to share it. We hope you enjoy every moment of it! Sincerely,

Jane and Jim Donofrio, ’81, P’11, ’14

Patty and Joe Nicoletti, ’83, P’13 Lisa and Matt Siracuse, P’13, ’16, ’17


President Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., and the entire Saint Peter’s University community salute Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J., for his dedication to Jesuit education.


We would like to thank the following sponsors. List Current as of April 10, 2013

Bank of America

For their ongoing support of Saint Peter’s Prep and the 144 Grand Gala

Grand Sponsors Seton Ahearn, P’01 Mary Beth and John Caulfield, ‘71, P’00, ‘03 Nancy and Nicholas Chiaravalloti, ‘90 Susan and John Coffey, ‘80 Jane and James Donofrio, ‘81, P’11, ‘14 Tani and Michael Mauer P’13 Warren Sponsors J. Paul Schaetzle, ’71 York Sponsors Margaret Mary and David Canale P’05, ‘09 Valerie and Douglas DeMartin, P’15 Christine and Dan Niland P’16 Table Sponsors Allison and Liam Ahearn, ’01 Mary and Joseph Carr, ’61 Alison and Vincent Conti, ’96 Kathleen & Joseph Facchini, ’98 Madeline & James Gardner, P’10,’16 Kristi and Vito Germinario, ’70

Jesuit and Faculty Sponsors

Caroline and Conrad Adillon P’12, ’16 Yvonne and Kenneth Albers P’71, ’73 Anne Lepis and John Arena P’13, ’14 Maureen Lyons-Brennan and John Brennan P’12, ’16 Melinda and Timothy Carney P’08, ’12, ’14, ’17 Mary and Joseph Carr, ’61 Susan and John Coffey, ’80 Kimberly and David Colville P’14 Mary Conley Janice and Joseph Cooney, ’45, P, ’68, ’76, Valerie and Douglas DeMartin P’15 Susan and Timothy Grell P’16 Gregory Hochstein, ’62 Stephanie and Francis Iacobelli, ’56 Joanne and John Keating, ’52 Amelia Janisz and John Kender P’96, ’02, ’09, Coralia and Mark Krutis P’15 Ruth and Robert McEntee Terence McGurn, ’53 Diane and Thomas Moriarty P’16 Christine and Dan Niland P’16 Aleece and Stephen Nolan P’12, ’17 Kathleen and Joseph Popovich, ’79, P’14, ’16 Veronica and Vincent Santa Maria P’13 Edward Siems, ’74 Marianne and William Sweeney, P’04, ’06, ’09 Maureen and Christopher Zegler, ’78


We thank the following donors for making our auction possible. List Current as of April 10, 2013

2012-2013 Fencing Parents Caroline and Conrad Adillon, P’12,’16 Allison and Liam Ahearn, ’01 Seton C. Ahearn, P’01 Michael Ahn, ’86 Aldea Vivian and Mariano Almanza, P’13 Gigi Collins and Michael Altrui, Sr., P’16 Amanda’s Restaurant Anonymous Anne and Mark Armstrong, P’10 Joanne and Ralph Avallone, P’06,’09 Bank of America Barbuto/Jonathan Waxman John Bilavsky Blue Smoke Saul Bolton Mary and Larry Bovich, P’09,’11,’15 Cathy and Gene Boyle, ’56 Jacqueline and John Bradley, ’71 Bravo TV Louise and Richard Budka, P’13 Desiree and James Burke, P’13 Sheila and Daniel Butko, P’12,’14 Anne and Philip Buzzerio, P’10 Christy and John Callinan, P’13, ’17 David M. Canale, P’05,’09 Barkha and Floyd Cardoz, P’11,’15 Colleen and Robert Carlee, P’14, ’17 Melinda and Timothy Carney, P’08,’12,’14, ’17 Mary and Joseph J. Carr, ’61 Maggie and Terence Carroll, P’16 Tracey Thayer and Jeffrey Cartwright, P’01,’04 Christopher Casazza, ’97 Diane Casazza, P’95,’97

Mary Beth and Jack Caulfield, ’71, P’00,’03 Nancy and Nicholas Chiaravalloti, ’90 Lynne Ann and Peter Collier, P’13,’15 Karen and Frank Colucci, P’08 Kim and David Colville, P’14 Melinda and William Connolly, Jr., ’65 Sue and Rich Connors, Jr., ’81, P’15 Nan and Sean Cooney, P’15 Beth and Patrick Corry, P’16 Mary and Gary Critchlow, P’15 DANIEL and the Dinex Group/db Bistro Moderne De Smet Jesuit High School Joseph Del Prete Valeria and Doug DeMartin, P’15 Denise and Anthony DiGiacinto, P’14 Timothy and Suzanne Dillane, P’16 Karen and Donald Dillon, P’16 Denise Tajan-Dillon and Thomas Dillon, P’16 DirecTV Mary and Tom Dombrowski, P’13, ’15 Jane and James Donofrio, ’81, P’11,’14 Micki and Victor Donofrio Jeananne and Tim Drost, P’13,’15 Eforea/Hilton Short Hills Eleven Madison Park Patricia and Dennis Enright, ’66, P’92 Carmela and Dominick Facchini, P’98,’01 Beth and Paul Faherty, P’15 Kathleen and Peter Feeney, P’14,’16 Maureen and Anthony Ferraro, P’86 Eileen and Tom Finn, Jr., ’83, P’13 Patricia and William Fitzpatrick, P’07,’16 Beth and Tom Freeman, P’14,’17 Lauren and Brian Freeman, P’12, ’14 Frenkel and Company


We thank the following donors for making our auction possible. List Current as of April 10, 2013

Friends of Prep Alma Martir and Rafael Gallardo, P’15,’17 Clare Begley and Glenn Garber, P’12,’15 Pizza Alla Gargiulo Caroline and Jeff Garrigan, P’14, ’16 Linda Gelson, P’14 Anna Githens, P’13 Susan and Timothy Grell, P’16 Cynthia Guarini, P’12 Janet and Edward Halchak, P’13 Hartshorn Portraiture Patricia and Jonathan Hetherington, P’08,’11 Gregory Hochstein, ’62 Lauren and Steven Huber, P’13, ’16 The Jason Kidd Foundation Jesuit College Preparatory School Lorraine and Michael Kahrer, P’10 Michele and Jeff Kellner, ’85, P’13,’15 Ann and Robert Kelly Kevin Crause Audio Design Ellen and Eugene Kirkwood, P’16 Megan Klim, P’16 Kramer Portraits Nathan Lane, ’74 Francesca and Richard Lanning, P’10 Sharon and Richard Larkin, ’81, P’14, ’17 Ana and Frank Liggio, P’15,’17 Light Horse Tavern Sandy and Charles Lizza, ’74, P’11,’12 LovePrint Paws Maggiano’s Little Italy Diane and James Maglione, P’15 Nancy and Kevin Mahoney Maialino Winifred and Stephen Mallard, ’42

Donna Ecton and Victor Maragni, ’55 Kathlyn and Fred Marshall, P’14 Paul Massache, ’93 Tani and Michael Mauer, P’13 Rosemary and John McCann, P’03, ’08 Jennifer and Ronald McGann, P’13 Eva Mary and Mark McGlynn, P’08 Maria and Tom McGovern, ’75, P’13,’15 Mary and Sean McKivergan, P’14,’15 Marian and Charles Meuse, P’09,’13 Molly Too Janina and Charles Morchel, P’15 Diane and Thomas Moriarty, P’16 John Morris Patricia and John Muller, P’16 Eileen and Grego Mulroy, P’00,’02,’06 Thomas Murphy, ’69 Elaine and Patrick Musto, P’95,’99 New Jersey Devils New York Yankees Patricia and Joseph Nicoletti, ’83,P’13 Christine and Dan Niland, P’16 Jane and John O’Brien, P’08 Rosalie and Daniel Park, P’10 Josephine and Peter Patrone Clarena Pena, P’14 Leonor and Alberto Perez, P’12 Kate and Joseph Popovich, ’79, P’14,’16 Kathy and Patrick Purcell, P’14 Ellen and Michael Rabasca, P’13 Jane Ellen Doran-Regan and Richard F. X. Regan, ’69, P’13 Rev. Robert Reiser, SJ Marcia and Louis Renzetti, P’14 Sandra Richards, P’15


We thank the following donors for making our auction possible. List Current as of April 10, 2013

Donna and James Rizzo, ’77, P’10 Jennie Rizzo, P’77 Maryann and Paul Roses, ’74 Diane Hoey and Craig Rothenberg, P’12 Francesca and Ralph Russo, P’14, ’17 Dene and Jim Ryan, Jr.,’66, P’04 Saint Ignatius High School Saint Joseph’s University Saint Louis University Santa Clara University Lori and Leonard Savino, P’15 Michelle and Frank Sblendorio, P’15 J. Paul Schaetzle, ’71 Ann and Anthony Schiavo, P’13,’14 Cheryl Scott Cashman, P’00 Shake Shack Valerie and Walter Simson III, P’12 Lisa and Matthew Siracuse, P’13,’16,’17 Rosalie and Nathaniel Soliven, P’15 Judith Bielan and Paul Somers, P’13 Salsey and Thomas Sullivan, ’53, P’93

Summit YMCA Marianne and William Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09 Bill Telepan The Brooklyn NETS The Greenhouse Tavern The NoMad The PGA of America The Westin Newport Jersey City Susan Carriero-Tomljanovic and William Tomljanovic, P’15 Tzu-lin and Patrick Toner, P’13 Union Square Hospitality Group University of Scranton Juan Valdes Paula and Anthony Venditti, P’12 Patricia and Warren Vincentz, P’14 Beverly and David Vollaro, P’15 Ruthanne Wagner Mary and Robert Walsh, P’14,’17 Karen and Gregg Zinn, P’15


Le Moyne College is proud to support its spiritual partner, St. Peter’s Prep, in its mission to prepare young men for lives of leadership and service. Since its founding in 1872, St. Peter’s has grown and thrived, adapting to meet the challenges of changing times. What has remained constant, though, is the Jesuit belief that all people, especially the young, possess an inherent dignity that stems from their creation in the image of God.

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144 Grand Gala Committee 2013 Gala Co-chairs

Jane and Jim Donofrio, ’81, P’11,’14 Patty and Joe Nicoletti, ’83, P’13 Lisa and Matt Siracuse, P’13,’16,’17

Bob Reiser, S.J. President

Jim DeAngelo, ’85 Principal

Chris Casazza, ’97 – Chief Advancement Officer Frances Salvo – Director of Special Events Gary Bogdanski, ’02 – Director of Alumni Relations Nancy Cunningham, P’99,’01 – Director of Annual Giving Mike Jiran, ’03 – Director of Communications Debbie Peko-Lillis, P’10 – Database Manager Barkha Cardoz, P’11,’15* – Assistant Database Manager Liz Walsh – Advancement Assistant

Gift Gathering Party Hosts

Pura and Alberto Cabrera, P’08,’13 Clare & Glenn Gardner, P’12,’15 Christine and Sal Gentile, P’13 Michele and Jeff Kellner, ’85, P’13,’15 Ellen and Mike Rabasca, P’13 Bob Reiser, S.J. and Ben Brenkert, S.J. Marianne and Bill Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09*

* Former Gala Chairpersons


144 Grand Gala Committee Volunteer Committee List Current as of April 3, 2013

Madeline DiMurro-Alaimo and Anthony Alaimo, ’82, P’16 Cinderella Alegria, P’03,’07,’14,’16 Janine and David Anderson, P’15 Rosemary Annetta Rossella Luppi-Aquila and Ralph Aquila, ’75, P’06,’11 Elizabeth A. Benedict Benjamin Brenkert, S.J. Sheila and Daniel H. Butko, P’12,’14 Pura and Alberto Cabrera, P’08,’13 Lisa Callender, P’14 Fortunata and Myles Campbell, P’15 Gerald Campbell Linda and Kevin Carpenter, P’12,’14 Marybeth and Jack Caulfield, ’71, ’00, ’03 Thomas Comey, II Maureen and Douglas Cosgrove, P’13 Donna and Tom Dabb, P’15 Marytrine DeCastro, P’15 Mary and Tom Dombrowski, P’13, ’15 John J. Dougherty Jeananne and Tim Drost, P’13,’15 Sr. Frances M. Duncan, O.S.F. Teri and Nick Duva, P’13 Patricia and Dan Egan, P’14 Catherine Eppler Catherine Ford Sue and Jim Forsythe, Jr., P’13, ’14 Mary and Darryl Freeman, P’08, ’12 Clare and Glenn Garber, P’12, ’15 Peter J. Geary, ’05 Linda Gelson, P’14 Christine and Sal Gentile, P’13 Deb Maclean Glancy, P’13 Susan and Tim Grell, P’16 Janet and Edward Halchak, P’13 Theresa and John Halligan, P’15 Clara and William Harvey, P’14 Patricia Hester-Fearon, P’15 James C. Horan, ’70 Lauren and Steven Huber, P’13,’16 Michele and Jeff Kellner, ’85, P’13,’15 Cecilia and Fred Kennedy, P’15 Kelly and John King, P’14

Ellen and Eugene Kirkwood, P’16 Candy and Paul Kokosinski, ’69, P’93,’02 Cory and Mark Krutis, P’15 Ana and Frank Liggio, P’15 Maria Little, P’13 Jeanne and John Lovito, P’16 Elaine and J. David Manganello, P’15 Tani and Michael Mauer, P’13 Deidre Dillon and Hugh McDonald, ’83 Marian and Charles Meuse, P’09,’13 Tricia and John Muller, P’16 Jessica Norton Deborah and Nathaniel Ocot, P’15 Clarena Pena, P’14 Christine and Stephen Penik, P’16 Kerri and Raymond Power, P’14 Ellen and Mike Rabasca, P’13 Bernadette and Peter Rasmusson, ’79, P’06,’08,’12,’16 Jane Ellen Doran-Regan and Richard F. X. Regan, ’69, P’13 Erica Rivera Donna and Jimmy Rizzo, ’77, P’10 Lori and Leonard Savino, P’15 Angela and Samuel Scherzo, P’15 Nancy and Judson Schumacher, P’16 Michael Settembrino, ’01 Rita Shapskinsky, P’11 Lina and Jose Silva, P’15 Rosalie and Nathaniel Soliven, P’15 Kelly and Andrew Swanson, P’14,’16 Marianne and Bill Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09 Manola Tejada, P’16 Kathy and Joe Tintle, P’06,’11 Lou Ann and Jeff Uliano, ’76,P’13 Paula and Anthony Venditti, P’12 Pat and Warren Vincentz, P’14 Bev and Dave Vollaro, P’15 Kim and David Warco, P’16 Mary Whalley and Ahmed Elmetwally, P’15, ’16 Xandra Lau and Wing Wong, P’ 09, ’15 Gemma and Scott Wright, P’10,’15 Anna and Paul Yanicak, P’13, ’16 Monica Zaslower and Peter Wasinger, P’16 Karen and Gregg Zinn, P’15

* Former Gala Chairpersons


Auction Rules & Procedures

Tonight’s auction will once again be conducted using the iBidMobile electronic bidding system. We have partnered with Aaron Consulting to help make our auction bigger, better and more convenient. Their friendly staff will assist you with registration/check-in, item bidding, and check-out.

Express Check-out

If you have not already done so, you may register your credit card before you begin bidding. Simply inform an iBidMobile staff member at registration upon checkin. Once you’re registered, we will keep track of all your purchases and will tally them up at the end of the evening. At that point, your winnings will be charged to your card. At evening’s end, pick up your redemption card at the Check-out table outside the Grand Ballroom on the 3rd floor, and proceed to pick up your prizes at the Liberty Room on the 2nd floor. You must present your redemption card to receive your prize(s).

Check-out and Pick-up of Auction Items

If you chose not to pre-register your credit card, you must make full payment promptly after the Fund-a-Scholar program on April 21. You may pay for your items at the Check-out table outside the Grand Ballroom on the 3rd floor. Cash, check, American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa are accepted. At this time you will be given a redemption card to pick up your prize(s). Check-out is from 9:30 – 11 p.m.; pick-up opens at 10 p.m. at the Liberty Room on the 2nd floor.

a specific lot. To place a bid, Tap BID NOW and then enter your bidder number and your maximum bid. Provide your mobile phone number to receive outbid notices. For Single Bids, your maximum bid will be made immediately. For Auto Bids, the minimum bid is made immediately and then raised by increment to your maximum. If your maximum bid equals a previous bid, the previous bidder prevails. In the event that more than one bidder places the highest bid, the earliest bidder will prevail. A Buy Now option is also available. In the event of bidding error, please notify any auction staffer. Current winning bids will be shown on a screen throughout the evening. You can check these screens for an updated bid, or you will be notified via text message. The winner is the highest bidder as registered by the auction system at the close of the auction. The winning bid must be certified by the auction manager. Please be mindful of lot restrictions, which are noted in the description. By making a bid, you agree to accept any limitations or restrictions required by the lot donor.

Live Auction Rules

The live auction will begin at approximately 8:55 p.m. and Auction items too large to be transported Saturday night will continue uninterrupted until all the items have been auctioned. Your numbered bidder card must be raised to can be picked up at the Advancement Office of Saint bid and will be acknowledged by the auctioneer or one Peter’s Prep, 144 Grand Street, Jersey City, New Jersey. The office is located on the third floor of Shalloe Hall, and of his spotters. Winning bidders will be asked to sign a is open Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. confirmation sheet at the completion of each live item sale. If possible, please call in advance (201-547-6420). All sales are final. There will be no exchanges or refunds, unless specified. Auction items cannot be exchanged for cash. Successful Certificate bidders should make themselves known to the donor(s) within two weeks.

Silent Auction Rules

All Silent Auction tables open for bidding at 6:00 p.m., and will close at 8:30 p.m. All bidding will be done electronically. You may browse the items in the auction room, or iPad Valets are available to show them to you. Valets will be available to assist you with placing your bid, or you may do so yourself. Browse through available lots or tap the SEARCH button to find

Payment and Pickup

Winners are displayed on a monitor. You need not be present to win. In the event of a dispute, a 144 Grand Gala official holds the final authority in determining the winning bid. Winners pay at the check-out desk and are issued redemption cards. Cash, credit cards and checks are accepted. Present redemption card at pickup desk. Winners who are not present at the conclusion of the auction or who do not wish to take their items with them must pay shipping costs. Auction donations are tax deductible, except for the value of goods and services received. No refunds or exchanges are allowed. Unless otherwise stated, all auction purchases must be claimed by April 20, 2014.

Thank You and Good Luck!


Raise Your Paddle to Fund-a-Scholar! Each day, the young men of Saint Peter's Prep are challenged to learn and grow in ways that help them not only understand the world they live in, but also how they might change it for the better. The school strives “to form young men of competence, conscience and compassion. The academic, athletic, co-curricular, spiritual and service programs aim to foster in students an understanding of the world and the courage to advance the common good.” Saint Peter’s Prep is committed to ensuring that those who are academically capable of attending the school will not be prevented from doing so because of their families’ financial situation. Through the generous support of alumni, parents and friends, Prep has been able to offer some financial assistance to more than 40% of the student body. Yet there remain too many young men for whom a Prep education is financially beyond reach.

During Fund-a-Scholar tonight, raise your paddle to help a deserving young man attend Saint Peter’s Prep!


Silent Auction

100: I Know Just the Place! Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

101

$135 Pascarella Brothers Party Platter Restrictions: Serves 20 Valerie and Walter Simson III, P’12

102

$200 Huntley Taverne Gift Certificate with Wine Restrictions: Redeemable at any Harvest Restaurant. Caroline and Conrad Adillon, P’12,’16

103

$350 Roots Steakhouse Gift Certificate Kathleen and Peter Feeney, P’14,’16

104

Pizza Party! Restrictions: Valid Monday thru Friday - 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. BYOB. Limited number of guests. Contact restaurant to make party arrangements. Pizza Alla Gargiulo

105

Two $25 Maggiano’s Little Italy Gift Cards Maggiano’s Little Italy

106

$50 Arturo’s Gift Card Restrictions: Expires 11/8/2013 Razza

107

$50 Razza Gift Card Restrictions: Expires 11/8/2013 Razza

108

Two $25 Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar Gift Cards Restrictions: Contact restaurant for expiration date. Judith Bielan and Paul Somers, P’13

109

$100 ESCA Gift Card & David Pasternack Autographed Book Jennie Rizzo, P’77 Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity.


100: I Know Just the Place! Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

110

$400 Ursino Gift Certificate Clare Begley and Glenn Garber, P’12,’15; Diane Hoey and Craig Rothenberg, P’12

111

$200 Pairings Palate & Plate Gift Certificate with Wine Eileen and Greg Mulroy, P’00,’02,’06

112

$150 Red Gravy Gift Certificate Joseph Del Prete

113

$200 Saul Restaurant Certificate Lisa and Saul Bolton

114

Two $50 McLoone’s Gift Certificates Eileen and Tom Finn, Jr., ’83, P’13

115

$100 Light Horse Tavern Gift Certificate Light Horse Tavern

116

$50 Light Horse Tavern Gift Certificate with 1-Night Stay at The Westin Jersey City Newport Restrictions: Please contact The Westin Jersey City Newport at 201-626-2900 to make hotel arrangements. Check certificate for additional restrictions. Light Horse Tavern; The Westin Jersey City Newport

117

$150 Telepan Gift Certificate Restrictions: Expires 4/20/2014 Telepan

118

$100 The Capital Grille Gift Certificate Karen and Frank Colucci, P’08

119

Dinner for Two at The NoMad The NoMad

120

$150 Barbuto Gift Certificate Barbuto/Jonathan Waxman Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity.


100: I Know Just the Place! Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

121

$50 Shake Shack Gift Certificate Shake Shack

122

Dinner for Six at North End Grill Barkha and Floyd Cardoz, P’11,’15

123

$250 Ristorante da Umberto Gift Certificate Mary and Joseph Carr, ’61

124

$400 Craft Gift Certificate Craft

125

$150 ABC Kitchen Gift Certificate Restrictions: Expires 4/20/2014 ABC Kitchen

126

Dinner for Two at Gramercy Tavern Restrictions: Reservations must be made 28 days in advance. Gramercy Tavern

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity.


Silent Auction 200: The Stuff of Legend

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

201

Doc Gooden Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

202

Mike Torrez Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

203

Ron Guidry Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

204

Jeff Nelson Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

205

David Cone Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

206

Cecil Fielder Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

207

Bruce Driver Autographed Hockey Puck New Jersey Devils

208

Goose Gossage Autographed Baseball Donna and James Rizzo, ’77, P’10

209

Mark Teixeira Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

210

Jim Leyritz Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

211

Mickey Rivers Autographed Baseball New York Yankees

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


200: The Stuff of Legend Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

212

Jason Kidd Autographed NY Knicks Jersey Jason Kidd Foundation

213

NY Giants Eli Manning Autographed Football Paula and Anthony Venditti, P’12

214

Willis Reed Autographed Basketball Melinda and Tim Carney, P’08,’12,’14

215

Mario Lemieux Autographed Framed Photo Melinda and Tim Carney, P’08,’12,’14

216

Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera Pencil Drawing Pencilworks Studio

217

Brooklyn Nets Starting 5 Autographed Photos Brooklyn Nets

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


Silent Auction 300: I’ll Drink to That!

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

301

2010 Aubert Chardonnays Donna Ecton and Victor Maragni, ‘55

302

2008 Chasseur Pinot Noir Rayhill Donna Ecton and Victor Maragni, ‘55

303

2009 Torrin Wines Donna Ecton and Victor Maragni, ‘55

304

2009 Paul Lato Syrah Cinematique Larner Vineyard Donna Ecton and Victor Maragni, ‘55

305

2010 Morlet Family Vineyards Pinot Noir Donna Ecton and Victor Maragni, ‘55

306

2009 Scarecrow Cabernet Sauvignon Donna Ecton and Victor Maragni, ‘55

307

Adelphi Rosebank 14 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Barkha and Floyd Cardoz, P’11,’15

308

Adelphi Tamdhu 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Barkha and Floyd Cardoz, P’11,’15

309

Glenlivet 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Barkha and Floyd Cardoz, P’11,’15

310

Pappy Van Winkle’s Family Reserve 20 Year Old Straight Bourbon Christopher Casazza, ’97

311

2000 Dom Perignon Vintage Mary and Sean McKivergan, P’14,’15

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


300: I’ll Drink to That!

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 312

Grey Goose Vodka Set Mary and Sean McKivergan, P’14,’15

313

Macallan Fine Oak 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Christine and Dan Niland, P’16

314

1993 Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Scotch Christine and Dan Niland, P’16

315

2009 Dalla Valle Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley Christine and Dan Niland, P’16

316

2007 Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley Sue and Rich Connors, Jr., ’81, P’15

317

Johnnie Walker Blue Label Scotch with Lidia Matticchio Bastianich Autographed Cookbook Friends of Prep

318

2007 Martin Ray Cabernet Sauvignon Karen and Gregg Zinn, P’15

319

Macallan Fine Oak 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Lynne Ann and Peter Collier, P’13,’15

320

2009 Viader Napa Valley Red Wine Anne and Mark Armstrong, P’10

321

2009 Duemani Cabernet Franc Anne and Mark Armstrong, P’10

322

1990 Moet et Chandon Cuvee Dom Perignon Tzu-lin and Patrick Toner, P’13

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


300: I’ll Drink to That!

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 323

1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 1999 & 2001 Joseph Phelps Insignia Cabernet Collection Sheila and Daniel Butko, P’12,’14

324

Wine and Cheese Gift Set Sandy & Charles Lizza, ’74, P’11,’12

325

Frozen Margarita/Drink Maker Susan and Bill Tomljanovic, P’15

326

Moet & Chandon Champagne & Crystal Champagne Flutes Kathlyn and Fred Marshall, P’14; Marian and Charles Meuse, P’09,’13

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


Silent Auction 400: It’s in the Bag!

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 401

Vera Bradley Weekender with Cosmetic Cases Patricia and Jonathan Hetherington, P’08,’11; Molly Too

402

Dooney & Bourke Leather Tassel Zip Shopper Handbag Eileen and Tom Finn, Jr., ’83, P’13

403

Vera Wang Tote in Purple Elaine and Patrick Musto, P’95,’99

404

Big Buddha Fuchsia Leather Handbag Maria and Tom McGovern, ‘75, P’13,’15

405

Coach Signature Stripe Tartan Wallet Maureen and Anthony Ferraro, P’86

406

Coach Optic Signature North/South Tote Bag Mary and Tom Dombrowski, P’13,’15

407

Coach Red/Burgundy Ashley Gathered Signature Fabric Handbag Diane Casazza, P’95,’97

408

Michael Kors Medium Tote Suede Persimmon Patricia and Joseph Nicoletti, ’83,P’13

409

Coach Signature Stripe Tartan Tote Maureen and Anthony Ferraro, P’86

410

Michael Kors Medium Tote Leather Handbag Alma Martir and Rafael Gallardo, P’15,’17

411

Coach Madison Pleated Leather Sophia in Silver/Slate Clarena Pena, P’14

412

Coach Legacy Signature Molly Satchel Anonymous

413

Coach Legacy Leather Mini Duffle Anonymous

414

Louis Vuitton Eva Monogram Lauren and Steven Huber, P’13,’16 Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


Silent Auction

500: Bedecked & Bejeweled Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

501

14 Karat Yellow Gold and Cape Amethyst Bracelet Dene and Jim Ryan, Jr.,’66, P’04

502

Michael Kors Women’s Watch Patricia and William Fitzpatrick, P’07,’16

503

Floral Pinwheel Garnet & Diamond Earrings Seton C. Ahearn, P’01

504

Pearl Necklace and Stud Earrings Set Mary Beth and Jack Caulfield, ‘71, P’00,’03; Jane and John O’Brien, P’08

505

Tiffany & Co. Oval Tag Bracelet Joanne and Ralph Avallone, P’06,’09

506

Sterling Silver Freshwater Pearl & Diamond Necklace Beth and Paul Faherty, P’15

507

J. Harris Jewelry Set Marcia and Louis Renzetti, P’14

508

G Shock His and Hers Watches Lisa and Matthew Siracuse, P’13,’16,’17

509

Men’s Citizen Eco-Drive Watch Linda Gelson, P’14

510

Women’s Citizen Eco-Drive Watch Linda Gelson, P’14

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


500: Bedecked and Bejeweled Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

511

24ct Black Spinel Tennis Bracelet Christopher Casazza, ’97

512

Egyptian Inspired Beaded Necklace and Earrings LovePrint Paws – Camille Cesari

513

Pearl Bracelet Janet and Edward Halchak, P’13

514

Vermelho Garnet Sterling Silver 3 Row Bracelet 2012-2013 Fencing Parents

515

Freshwater Pearl Strand Necklace by Hinson Gayle Jewelry Micki and Victor Donofrio

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


Silent Auction 600: Digital Revolution

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

601

Sony CyberShot with Memory Card Nancy and Nicholas Chiaravalloti, ’90

602

Kindle Fire HD 8.9” 4G LTE Mary and Larry Bovich, P’09,’11,’15

603

Panasonic High Definition Video Camera Jeananne and Tim Drost, P’13,’15

604

Sony iPod Dock Mary and Tom Dombrowski, P’13,’15

605

32GB black iPad Mini with Case Francesca and Richard Lanning, P’10

606

32GB white iPad Mini with Case Marianne and William Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09

607

Sony Single Disc Shelf System with iPod/iPhone Dock Patricia and Joseph Nicoletti, ’83, P’13

608

Sony HandyCam Nan and Sean Cooney, P’15

609

Apple iPad 4th Generation 16 GB Michele and Jeff Kellner, ’85, P’13,’15

610

Fujifilm Finepix XP50 Camera Vivian and Mariano Almanza, P’13

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


600: Digital Revolution

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 611

Nikon Waterproof Camera with Memory Card Leonor and Alberto Perez, P’12

612

Kindle Paperwhite 3G with Leather Cover Patricia and Warren Vincentz, P’14

613

$500 Apple Gift Card

614

KitchenAid Stand-Mixer Pasta-Extruder Attachment

Mary and Gary Critchlow, P’15; Ellen and Eugene Kirkwood, P’16; Patricia and John Muller, P’16

Kathleen and Joseph Popovich, ’79, P’14,’16 615

Wii with Wii Sports Resort in Black Kathleen and Joseph Popovich, ’79, P’14,’16

616

HP Envy Convertible Touch Screen Laptop Restriction: Item includes free training; training offer expires 7/29/2013 Kathleen and Joseph Popovich, ’79, P’14,’16

617

Barnes & Noble NOOK Simple Touch Robert E. Reiser, S.J.

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


Silent Auction

700: The Best Seats in the House Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

701

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Mariners – May 14, 2013 New York Yankees

702

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Red Sox – June 2, 2013 Mary and Robert Walsh, P’14,’17

703

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Mets – May 30, 2013 Mary and Robert Walsh, P’14,’17

704

Four Tickets to Mets vs. Pirates – May 11, 2013 Frenkel and Company

705

Four Yankees Tickets Restriction: Mutually agreed-upon date; contact donor to arrange. Melinda and William Connolly, Jr., ‘65

706

Four Giants Tickets Restriction: Mutually agreed-upon date; contact donor to arrange. Cathy and Gene Boyle, ’56

707

Four Tickets to Red Bulls vs. Dynamo – June 30, 2013 Rosalie and Nathaniel Soliven, P’15

708

Four Tickets to Red Bulls vs. Impact – July 13, 2013 Rosalie and Nathaniel Soliven, P’15

709

Two Nets Tickets & $150 Gift Cetificate to Vanderbilt Restaurant Restriction: Mutually agreed-upon date; contact donor to arrange. Joseph Del Prete

710

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. A’s – May 5, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

711

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Mariners – May 15, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

712

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Blue Jays – May 19, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86 Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity. All event tickets are valid for the stated dates only.


700: The Best Seats in the House Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

713

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Red Sox – June 2, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

714

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Rays – June 23, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

715

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Rangers – June 26, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

716

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Orioles – July 7, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

717

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Twins – July 14, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

718

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Rays – July 28, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

719

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Tigers – August 11, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

720

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Orioles – September 1, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

721

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. White Sox – September 4, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

722

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. Red Sox – September 8, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

723

Four Tickets to Yankees vs. SF Giants – September 22, 2013 Michael Ahn, ’86

724

Four New York Giants Tickets Restriction: Mutually agreed-upon date; contact donor to arrange. The Geissler Family

724

Four Tickets to Giants vs. Raiders – Date TBA Restriction: Game details TBA. Please contact donor directly to obtain tickets. Caroline and Jeff Garrigan, P’14,’16

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity. All event tickets are valid for the stated dates only.


Silent Auction 800: Grand & Warren

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 800

“ABCDE” Megan Klim, P’16

801

SAT Prep Course Restriction: Contact Mr. Morris at morrisj@spprep.org to arrange John Morris

802

School Spirit Jesuit High Schools, Colleges and Universities

803

O’Keefe Commons Exterior Sign Friends of Prep

805

Prep Chapel Bench Friends of Prep

806

College Essay 101 Jim Horan, ’70

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity. All event tickets are valid for the stated dates only.


Silent Auction 900: At Your Service

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 901

“Get Connected” Apple TV Basket with Installation Restriction: See gift basket for installation service details. Kevin Crause Audio Design

902

$150 Eforea Spa Gift Certificate Restriction: See gift certificate for full details Eforea/Hilton Short Hills

903

Chiropractic/Physical Therapy Sessions Restriction: Details to be discussed with Dr. Roses prior to start of treatments. Maryann and Paul Roses, ’74

904

Portrait on Canvas Restriction: Contact Kramer Portraits for scheduling and details. Kramer Portraits

905

“Girls’ Night Out” Restrictions: Mutually agreed-upon date, excluding 5/11/2013 and 6/15/2013. Expires 12/31/13. Please see gift certificate for full details. Lori and Leonard Savino, P’15

906

Family Membership at The Summit YMCA Restrictions: Not valid for current members. Upon conversion to perpetual membership, onetime joining fee will be waived. Expires 10/31/2013 Summit YMCA

907

1 Hour Private Yoga Class Restriction: Contact donor to schedule. Karen and Donald Dillon, P’16

908

Bobbi Brown One of a Kind Deluxe Collection Kim and David Colville, P’14

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


900: At Your Service

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 909

$100 Terra Sky Center for Wellness Gift Certificate Gigi Collins and Michael Altrui, Sr., P’16

910

Portrait Session Hartshorn Portraiture

911

Spa Relaxer Package Restriction: Gift card value may be used for any hotel/spa service. No expiration date. Maryann and Paul Roses, ’74

912

Yoga Workshop Restriction: Expires 3/31/14 Lauren and Brian Freeman, P’12,’14

913

Knuttel Serving Plate with Bottle of12-Year-Old Knappogue Castle Single Malt Whiskey Mary and John McKivergan, P’14,’15

914

Galway Crystal Vase Mary and John McKivergan, P’14,’15

915

Technology Consulting Services (Geek for a Day) Restriction: Contact donor to schedule. Bailey Technology Consulting

916

DIRECTV Subscription Restrictions: Must be a new residential customer; however, the DIRECTV donation package is transferable. If you are an existing customer or live in a residence that does not qualify to receive DIRECTV, you can transfer this package to another qualified person of your choice. Expires 4/20/2013 DIRECTV in memory of Derek Lagos

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


900: At Your Service

Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m. 917

Jersey City Depot Print Ruthanne Wagner

918

St. Petersburg Stock Exchange Print Ruthanne Wagner

919

New York Stock Exchange & Trinity Church Print Ruthanne Wagner

920

Carole Pigott Limited Edition Print Ruthanne Wagner

921

Dutch Man O’War Ship with Case Ruthanne Wagner

922

Waterford Cut Crystal Set Ruthanne Wagner

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges.


Silent Auction

1000: A Night on the Town Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

1001

Dinner For Four at Maialino Restriction: Reservations required 28 days in advance. Maialino

1002

Shakespeare in the Park Donna and James Rizzo, ’77, P’10

1003

Shakespeare in the Park Donna and James Rizzo, ’77, P’10

1004

“Use Your Illusion” with Steve Cohen Restriction: Date to be selected by winning bidder. Susan and Timothy Grell, P’16

1005

An Evening at the Brooklyn Academy of Music Donna and James Rizzo, ’77, P’10

1006

$300 Torrisi’s Gift Certificate Restrictions: No expiration date, service charges, or dormancy fees. This certificate will not be replaced if lost or stolen. Not redeemable for cash, except as required by law. Denise Tajan-Dillon and Thomas Dillon, P’16; Diane and Thomas Moriarty, P’16

1007

Dinner and a Show! Carlee, Liggio, Freeman and DiGiacinto Families

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity. All event tickets are valid for the stated dates only.


1000: A Night on the Town Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

1008

Two Tickets to “Kinky Boots” – June 22, 2013, 2 p.m. and $200 Becco Gift Certificate Jacqueline and John Bradley, ’71

1009

Two Tickets to “The Nance” Starring Nathan Lane Restriction: Mutually agreed upon date. Contact Prep’s office of special events to arrange. Nathan Lane, ’74

1010

“Watch What Happens Live!” with Andy Cohen Restriction: Mutually agreed upon date with Bravo. See gift certificate for contact information. Bravo

1011

“Inside the Actor’s Studio” with James Lipton Restriction: Taping date will be determined by Bravo. See gift certificate for contact information. Bravo

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. Restaurant gift certificates do not include tax or gratuity. All event tickets are valid for the stated dates only.


Silent Auction

1100: Get Away From it All! Silent Auction bidding closes at 8:30 p.m.

1100

Week in Hilton Head, South Carolina Mutually agreed upon date with donor. Patricia and Dennis Enright, ’66, P’92

1102

Aruba Vacation – May 4 - 11, 2014 Salsey and Thomas Sullivan, ’53, P’93

1103

Condo Stay in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida – Nov. 3 - 11, 2013 Carmela and Dom Facchini, P’98, ’01

1104

Tee Off at the Bergen County Golf Courses Restriction: Contact Club for details and reservations. Kathleen Donovan; County of Bergen

1105

Myrtle Beach Resort Vacation Restrictions: Mutually agreed upon date between November 2, 2013 and December 21, 2013. Excludes the week of November 23-30, 2013 (Thanksgiving week). Contact donor to arrange. Michelle and Frank Sblendorio, P’15

1106

Villa Stay in Sheraton Vistana Villages Resort, Florida Restriction: Mutually agreed upon date; contact donor to arrange. Jane and Jim Donofrio, ’81, P’11,’14

1107

Excursion Set with Gift Certificates Cyndi Guarini, P’12

1107

National Geographic Atlases signed by Geographer Juan Valdes National Geographic

1109

Vermont Winter or Summer Get Away Restriction: Mutually agreed upon date; contact donor to arrange. Margaret and Terence Carroll, P’15,’16; Beth and Patrick Corry, P’16

1109

Ultimate Food Adventure in Cleveland Restriction: Contact donor 30 days in advance to arrange. The Greenhouse Tavern

Auction purchases, including gift certificates, cannot be exchanged for cash. No refunds or exchanges. All travel packages are valid for the stated dates only, and do not include transportation unless stated otherwise.


Llve Auctlon Bidding Begins at 8:55 p.m. Luxury Suite:Yankees Vs. Red Sox A Saturday at the ballpark. How can it get any better? Well, it helps if that ballpark is Yankee Stadium, and if that Saturday is June 1, when the Yankees will be hosting the Red Sox in a classic AL East showdown. It gets better: you’ll get to enjoy all the action from a 40-person luxury suite, with great food and nonalcoholic beverages included! And just to sweeten the deal, you’ll even get eight prepaid parking vouchers. It’s not your typical Saturday at the ballpark, but you can be sure it’ll be one you’ll never forget! Donated by: Bank of America

What News on the rialto? The beauty of Venice has captured the imagination of the world’s painters, writers and travelers for centuries. Now here’s your chance to discover one of the world’s most magical destinations for yourself! You and a guest will enjoy four nights in a four-star hotel, cruise the legendary canals aboard an authentic Venetian gondola and explore the city’s rich history on a guided tour. Round-trip airfare for two (Newark or JFK to Venice, subject to availability) is included, along with ground transportation in Venice! Restrictions: Contact Saint Peter’s Prep two months in advance to arrange lodging and air travel. Donated by: Friends of Bill Ahearn, ’75, P’01;Paul Schaetzle, ’71


2012 NBA All-Star BasketBall When the NBA’s finest rolled into the Orlando for the 2012 All-Star Game last year, each player from both the Eastern and Western Conference teams signed 250 All-Star balls – and one of them can be yours! The autographs read as a list of NBA royalty, with names like Carmelo Anthony, Kobe Bryant, Dwayne Wade, Dwight Howard, and current MVP LeBron James, just to name a few!

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The ball comes with a letter of authenticity from NBA Entertainment, as well as photos of players signing the basketballs. Donated by: Paul Massache, ’93

Bidding Begins at 8:45 p.m.

Irish you were here! Spend a fabulous week in Ireland at this lovely two bedroom condo in Tralee, County Kerry. Located on the Dingle Road, it boasts a spectacular view of the Slieve Mish Mountains. The home comfortably sleeps 4, and is loaded with amenities. Round-trip airfare for two (Newark or JFK to Dublin, subject to availability) is included! Restrictions: Subject to availability. Stay must be arranged two months in advance with donor. Contact Saint Peter’s Prep two months in advance to arrange air travel. Ground transport is not included. Donated by: Philip and Anne Buzzerio, P’10; Paul Schaetzle, ’71

two tickets to par-adise Be there as golf ’s greatest battle it out in the last major tournament of the year, the 95th PGA Championship, on the legendary East Course at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, August 5-11, 2013. Tickets for two adults to the Championship Grounds as well as the Wanamaker Club pavilion, featuring a sports bar atmosphere with amenities including air conditioning, HDTVs, an outdoor patio, restrooms, and upscale food and beverage options available for purchase. Each adult ticket also grants up to four guests age 17 and under access to the grounds only. Restrictions: Transportation and lodging not included. Donated by: PGA of America


tee time, hudson county style! Discover the spectacular championship golf course that’s right in Prep’s backyard! In recent years, Liberty National has raised the bar for outstanding golf in an amazing waterfront setting that blends the tranquilty of the course with cool harbor breezes and the stunning backdrop of one of the world’s great urban vistas. The course itself has played host to PGA Tour events, but an even greater challenge than actually playing a course tough enough for the pros is getting a tee time – until now! This package includes a round for three at Liberty National, with lunch included.

Llve Auctlon Bidding Begins at 8:45 p.m.

Restrictions: Mutually agreed upon date with donor. Donated by: Joseph DiFeo

2013 Prep Graduation Package As if celebrating the newest class of Prep alumni were not enough to make Saturday, June 15 special, here’s everything you need to make Graduation Day even better! No need to rush to scout out your place...you’ll enjoy six reserved seats right up front at the Yanitelli Center, plus a reserved parking space! Afterwards, you can raise a glass to the Class of 2013 during brunch at Amanda’s in Hoboken, with the included $500 gift card. Restrictions: Graduation tickets valid for 2013 only. Donated by: Saint Peter’s Prep; Amanda’s Restaurant; Jane Ellen Doran-Regan and Richard Regan, ’69, P’13

A Skier’s Dream in Utah! Escape to Deer Valley, Utah, where you’ll spend five nights in a spectacular three-bedroom condo, convenient to some of the finest ski slopes in the world! The crown jewel of the Park City ski resorts, Deer Valley hosted the freestyle moguls, aerial and alpine slalom events of the 2002 Winter Olympics. It also regularly hosts competitions for the International Ski Federation. This package also includes a $500 American Express gift card, to get your adventure started! Restrictions: Mutually agreed upon dates, before April 20, 2014. Not available from December 26, 2013 - January 2, 2014; January 17-23, 2014; or February 15-18, 2014. Donated by: Valerie and Douglas DeMartin, P’15; Cheryl Scott Cashman, P’00,’14


Mass & Pizza Alla Azzarto

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Generations of Prep men have fond memories of Mass with the one and only Fr. Tony Azzarto, S.J., whether with a small group in the chapel or with the entire school community in the gym. Now you can bring the experience home! Fr. Azzarto will celebrate Mass in your home, then stay for a pizza dinner with your family and friends. Restrictions: Mutually agreed upon date with Prep advancement office. Donated by: Fr. Tony Azzarto, S.J.

Bidding Begins at 8:45 p.m.

a big blue bonanza! This package comes in four parts – one for each of the Giants’ Super Bowl titles! First, on April 25 you and a guest will experience the invitation-only NFL Draft party in the Giants’ private club. Food, non-alcoholic beverages and parking are included. Meet and greet selected Giants players, then tour the locker room!

Second, proudly display a Matthias Kiwanuka signed football, plus signed photos of Hakeem Nicks and the opening of MetLife Stadium.Third, gear up for a new season of Giants football with a Super Bowl XLVI video, championship scarf and more!

And finally, take in the decisive final home game of the 2013 season from four seats on the 40 yard line in the exclusive Coaches’ Club section, packed with incredible amenities ...and views to match! Field level access, reserved parking and food from celebrity chefs are all part of the ultimate game day experience!

Donated by: Tani and Michael Mauer, P’13

a Resort Fit For a King! Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Virginia, is one of Golf Digest’s best golf resorts in America, but 63 championship-caliber holes of golf are just the beginning! With a world-class spa, an outstanding tennis club and brand new pool complex, it’s also one of Travel Channel’s top 10 family fun resorts!

You’ll spend a week in an 1800 square foot resort condo with room for 10 guests, plus access to all the resort’s facilities and van service to nearby Busch Gardens and Colonial Williamsburg. You’ll also get a $500 resort gift card to spend on meals, resort activities or Busch Gardens tickets! Restrictions: Mutually agreed upon date, June through October 2013, excluding July 4 and Labor Day. Stay must be arranged six weeks in advance with donor. Transportation not included. Donated by: Seton Ahearn, P’01; Allison and Liam Ahearn, ’01


In Memory of William Ahearn,’75, P’01

and in honor of Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J. President

With warmest regards, Dr. John J. Neuhauser President Rev. Brian J. Cummings, S.S.E. ’82 Director of Edmundite Campus Ministry Philip F. McGovern, Jr., Esq.,’76, P’11 Chair of the Prep Board of Trustees and Saint Michael’s College Class of ’80 Education, peace and justice, service and community are at the heart of Saint Michael’s College, a selective liberal arts, Catholic college just outside of Burlington, Vermont. Edmundite and Parish Scholarships are available for students who attend Catholic high schools or who are active in their Catholic parishes. Learn more at www.smcvt.edu.


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CHANGING LIVES Former Jesuit Superior General Peter Hans Kolvenbach once noted that we measure our success based on who our students become. Thanks to the leadership of Bob Reiser, S.J., Saint Peter’s Prep has repeatedly set new standards for success and fulfilled its ideal of educating the whole student. Congratulations Fr. Reiser on the profound impact you have had on the lives of those at Saint Peter’s Prep.

Thank You! The 6th 144 Grand Gala is very special. We thank Father Reiser for his years of service to Prep and we honor the memory of our dear friend Bill Ahearn.

Thank you both for all you are to Prep! Marianne and Bill Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09 2010 & 2011 Gala Co-Chairs

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Congratulations to Fr. Bob Reiser, S.J. on his outstanding leadership

Xavier High School With gratitude and admiration from your friends across the river. Jack Raslowsky President

In memory of Bill and in gratitude to Bob Reiser, S.J. and the Prep community for your love and support.

The Ahearn Family


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To laugh often and love much; to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to earn the approbation of honest critics and to endure the betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to give of oneself; to leave the world a little better, whether by a child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived, this is to have succeeded. Ralph Waldo Emerson

In memory of Bill Ahearn, ’75, P’01 and in deepest gratitude to Bob Reiser, S.J. for the creation and enduring support of the 144 Grand Gala The Ahearn, Caulfield and Doolan Families


Best Wishes to PreP for tonight’s gala! Dr. Nancy Chiaravalloti & Nick Chiaravalloti, ’90

Special thanks to Diane Casazza, P’95,’97 for the cookies we’re proud to share with you this evening! Grand Gala 2013 Best Wishes Father Reiser As you continue your life journey. Thank you for helping to shape Prep’s students into “Men for Others”

Please be aware that the cookies contain nuts.

Sincerely, The Bovich Family Larry, Mary, Lawrence ’09, Mark ’11 and David ‘15


“Lord, teach me to be generous; Teach me to serve you as you deserve; To give and not to count the cost; To toil, and not to seek for rest; To labor, and not to ask for reward except to know that I am doing your will.”

― St. Ignatius of Loyola

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Fr. Bob Reiser, S.J. for giving life and meaning to the words of St. Ignatius at St. Peter’s Prep!

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2013 144 Grand Gala Journal  

Journal from the 2013 144 Grand Gala

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