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SAINT PETER’S PREPARATORY SCHOOL

MAGAZINE Fall 2010

Scholastics shape the Prep experience.


Jesuit Scholastics: Formed at Prep, Freer to Serve the World Chojnacki. Grimes. Mullin. Burgaleta. Benz. Arabia. Riordan. And on and on. This is a short list of the many Jesuit scholastics who have served Saint Peter’s Prep as Jesuit regents. Like me, each of my Jesuit companions were missioned by their provincial to spend two or three years of apostolic training and testing in Jersey City. Together, our missions collectively emphasize the centrality of the classroom, the setting where year after year Prep students teach Jesuit regents to be: open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, selflessly loving and caring, and committed to doing justice. While the Jesuit scholastic remains a “student” during regency, he is not a graduate student of philosophy and theology as is the norm during first studies. A regent who flourishes enters more fully into his role as an active member of the Society of Jesus; for many of my Jesuit companions formed at Prep during regency they are now freer to serve the world under the banner of the cross. Like Prep students, Jesuits are tested and examined well beyond the novitiate. Regency as a stage in Jesuit formation is rooted in the Society of Jesus’ Constitutions and their Complementary Norms, dating back to the founding of the Society by Saint Ignatius of Loyola in 1540. Regency empowers the Jesuit scholastic to reach beyond himself, to embody the apostolic generosity profoundly articulated by Ignatius in his Suscipe Prayer and Prayer for Generosity. As I return home to Prep, where I completed my Jesuit novitiate long experiment in 2007, I am mindful of the students I will serve, and grateful for the many colleagues whom I know personally and now call friends. I also value the promise of returning to 180 Grand Street, where I shared meals at table with Fathers Dinneen, Mullin, Benz, Oppido, O’Brien and Reiser. Beyond the professional and communitarian aspects of regency come the responsibility of integrating and developing a spiritual life. At the heart of my mission to Prep must be my personal prayer! For me, regency is a time to pray with others, to pray with my students, and my colleagues, it is a time to be aware of all of God’s children who seek to so readily find God in all things. Therefore, the context of regency in Jesuit formation and the significance of a regent in the life of Prep include the very breadth and depth of graces of the Spiritual Exercises. The graces of the Spiritual Exercises guide the young Jesuit as he demonstrates growth in formation for apostolic life and mission. This fall, as I begin my regency, I am mindful of the Jesuits who walked the halls of Mulry, who called Shalloe a home, who worked with Fathers Ray Balduf, Joe Parkes and Jim Keenan. However, I am mostly aware of the Prep students and our lay colleagues who shaped the lives of these Jesuit companions. Without Prep students, without Prep families, without Prep colleagues and collaborators we cannot have Prep. No Jesuit formed at Prep is free to serve the world without first singing “Pride & Glory” with the students he loves and cares for – so together let us sing: “It is a story of gladness, with no shadow of sadness: Our years spent with you, Saint Peter’s so true.”

A.M.D.G. Ben Brenkert, S.J. Jesuit Scholastic


CONTENTS

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Jesuit “Mr.” As Prep welcomes a new Jesuit scholastic to the faculty for the first time since 2006, alumni from five decades share their memories of the scholastics who helped shape their Prep experiences – and their lives beyond Grand & Warren.

Features

Volume 21 - Number 1 Fall 2010 Chris Casazza, ’97 Editor

Robert Reiser, S.J. President

Mike Jiran, ‘03 Managing Editor

James DeAngelo, ’85 Principal

John Irvine, ’83, P’11 Sports Editor

Robert Nodine, ’67 Vice President for Finance

Ben Brenkert, S.J. Chris Caulfield, ’03 Bob Colacurcio, ’73 Vincent Conti, ’96 Jim DeAngelo, ’85 Gabe Doria, ’81 Bob Furlong Jim Horan, ’70 Tom Leane, ’65, P’04 Ginny Needham-Doyle, P’07 Jack Savage, ’57 Contributors

James Horan, ’70 Vice President for Planning & Principal Giving

Mace Duncan Ohleyer Hotplate Design

Michael Jiran, ‘03 Director of Communications

Mark Wyville, ’76, P’11 Photography

Christopher Casazza, ’97 Chief Advancement Officer John Irvine, ’83, P’11 Director of Admissions

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The 144 Grand Gala Soars to New Heights The third annual Gala raised more than $355,000 in support of the Financial Assistance Program, helping to keep a Jesuit education within reach for qualified students in financial need.

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Najee Glass: Shattering Expectations Najee Glass, ’12 followed an outstanding sophomore track season with a journey to Singapore to represent the United States at the Youth Olympic Games, where he qualified for the 400 meter final, then helped his medley relay team take home the gold medal.

Departments

Gary Bogdanski, ’02 Director of Alumni Relations

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Danielle DiCerbo Director of Annual Giving

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Ginny Needham-Doyle, P’07 Director of Special Events

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ON THE COVER: Throughout the years, Jesuit scholastics on the faculty have played many roles in shaping the Prep experience – a tradition that continues this year as Ben Brenkert, S.J. begins his regency at Grand & Warren. (see page 16).

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Sports Volleyball nets state finals bid; Baseball grows along with new coach; All-county honors for four Tennis players; Lacrosse enjoys strongest season to date; Track turns heads at Penn Relays; Golfers earn sectional honors

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144 Grand Prep welcomes 218 new alumni; A new chairman for the Board of Trustees; Ignatian Scholars lead the way; New facilities begin reshaping campus; Prep Crew makes a splash.

5 Questions Bob Colacurcio, ’73, the Prep Alumni Board’s new president, talks about his goals for the Board and for the alumni community as a whole.

Joseph Villanella, ’79 CD Graphics Printing

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Alumni Alumni Weekend brings it all back home; New faces on Prep’s advancement team; Farewells to Mr. Rooney and Fr. McManus.

Photo File Honor thy father and thy mother with this trip into the Photo File to celebrate the Prep Parents’ Association’s 70th anniversary. PREP Magazine  www.spprep.org  FALL 2010

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Prep Welcomes 218 New Alumni On June 6, 218 young men turned the page to begin a new chapter of their lives. Prep’s 132nd

Commencement was the culmination of a four-year journey that began for a group of boys at the corner of Grand & Warren in the fall of 2006, marked by moments from JUG to gym class, from Kairos to Campion papers. In the course of the ceremony, held once again in the Yanitelli Recreational Life Center at Saint Peter’s College, 218 seniors became Prep’s 218 newest alumni, joining thousands of fellow Prep men who have gone before.

The 218 boys who walked into Prep in the fall of 2006 now entered as young men, dressed in the traditional white dinner jackets for graduation.

Alex Yang, ‘10 spoke for the class, and, recalling Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken,” he reflected upon the decision he and each of his classmates made four years ago to attend Saint Peter’s Prep. “As I reflect upon my Prep career, I think that choosing this school has made all the difference in my life,” he said. “I do not believe that any other choice I could have made back then would have benefited me this much. I do not believe that any other school caters to the character of its students the way that Prep does. Prep’s dedication to excellence...extends to the character with its philosophy of cura personalis, care for the whole person.” The idea of the four-year journey at Prep as a segment in the greater journey of life was echoed when Ken Dandorph, P’86, set to retire after a distinguished 29-year Prep journey of his own, addressed the class as this year’s faculty speaker. Mr. Dandorph spoke of the three things he wished for the Class of 2010: that they would never forget their time at Grand & Warren and the lessons learned along the way; that they would continue the intellectual, social and spiritual growth they started during their Prep years; and that they would find “life outside the bubble of academia” fulfilling and successful as they grow into the leaders of tomorrow. “Your academic and formational Prep education began when the faculty, coaches, moderators, administration, and staff started you on your journey we call Jesuit education,” he told the class, “and that journey will continue wherever the road of life may lead. Get involved wherever you go, become the leaders and help to make wherever you are a better place for all,” Mr. Dandorph challenged the graduates. “You showed that you know how to do this at Prep, now you need to take that to the next level.” Or to put it another way, as Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s president, remarked as the ceremony concluded, “[T]o the men of the class of 2010, remember that you are now, and will always be, our pride and our glory.”

 To read the full text of the faculty and student speeches, visit www.spprep.org/prepmag

Quoting Robert Frost, student speaker Alex Yang, ’10 reflected on how he and his classmates have seen their lives shaped by choosing the “road” that passed through Grand & Warren.

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Jim DeAngelo, ’85, Prep’s principal, called the graduates forward to receive their diplomas.


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Dads and Grads:

The Tradition Continues Fifteen of this year’s graduates were the sons, stepsons or grandsons of alumni, carrying on the proud tradition of Prep legacies. The “dads and grads” met before the commencement ceremony for the traditional group photos. Pictured, left to right, are front rows: Michael Rizzo and father Jimmy Rizzo, ’77; Michael Kurasz and father Anthony Kurasz, ’78; Kenneth Walter and father Kenneth Walter, ’81; Alexander Perez and stepfather Michael Guasconi, ’71; Joseph Buckman and father John Buckman, ’79; Vincent Caldas and father Jay Caldas, ’76. Middle rows: William Cummings and father Kevin Cummings, ’72; Robert Liccardo and father Joseph Liccardo, ’77; Ryan Purcell and grandfather Joseph Purcell, ’43; Matthew Feeney and father Jim Feeney, ’78; Nathaniel Keating and father Anthony Keating, ’78 (a member of Prep’s history department). Back rows: Timothy Mernar, brother Andrew Mernar, ’09 and father Robert Mernar, ’72; Matthew Roake and father John Roake, ’82. Not present at the time of the photo, but also celebrating the day as a “dad and grad” duo, were Christopher McKnight and father Kevin McKnight, ’84.

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A New Chair for Prep’s Board of Trustees On July 1, Bill Ahearn, ’75, P’01 became the sixth chairman of Prep’s Board of Trustees, continuing a tradition of stewardship that began with Don Moriarty, ’48 in 1985. Ahearn has more than 25 years of experience in developing and leading corporate communications programs for the world’s top financial services, consulting, and medical research organizations. Since 2002, he has served as Vice President for Strategic Communications at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the world’s largest medical research foundation for type 1 diabetes. During a previous term on Prep’s Board of Trustees, he served as chair both of the board’s Development Committee and the Annual Fund. In 2008, he and wife Seton co-chaired the inaugural edition of The 144 Grand Gala. They are the proud parents of Liam (Prep class of ’01) and Caitlin, and reside in Cranford. The tradition of stewardship Prep’s new chairman inherits is also a family tradition. He succeeds Jack Caulfield, ‘71, P’00,’03, his brother-in-law. During his six-year tenure as chair, Caulfield, a Board member since 1999, oversaw the 2006 strategic plan as well as the 2008 master plan which is now beginning to reshape Prep’s campus. The past six years have also seen significant initiatives in Ignatian identity, faculty retention, financial planning and curriculum development. “Bill brings with him a life-long love of Prep, through his experience as a student in the 1970s, as a parent of a student - his son Liam - in the 1990s, and his service as a trustee in the 2000s,” said Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s president. “I am confident that his love of the Prep community, his light-hearted nature [on display when he emceed the Legends of Prep dinner last fall], and his thoughtful approach to Prep’s future will translate into sound leadership as he assumes the role of chairman.”

William J. Ahearn, ’75, P’01, seen here as host of last year’s Legends of Prep dinner, became the new chairman of the Saint Peter’s Prep Board of Trustees on July 1.

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A Capital Showing for Prep Musicians Prep’s young musicians traveled to Washington, D.C. for a weekend in April, where they enjoyed a truly impressive showing at the Heritage Festival music competitions. They returned to Grand & Warren with an armful of awards to show for their talent and dedication. Among the accolades garnered by the various ensembles, under the direction of Mr. Steve Caslowitz and Mr. Gianpaolo Eleria, were:

• The 2010 Heritage Festival Sweepstakes Award: Saint Peter’s Prep Music Program • Gold Prize: Prep Vox • Silver Prize: Sodality Jazz Band • Bronze Prize: Concert Band • An invitation to perform at Carnegie Hall and Boston Symphony Hall: Prep Vox • Maestro Soloist Prize: James Kuklinski, ‘10 on tenor sax • Maestro Soloist Prize: Chris Manley, ‘12 on guitar

Congratulations are in order to Prep’s own music men – as well as their directors – for their hard work and for earning the highest accolades at an event which had over 1000 music student participants.

Ignatian Scholars: Quamplurimi et Quam Aptissimi Chris Lowney, former Jesuit and author of Heroic Leadership, describes the Jesuit founders’ methods when selecting recruits for their newly formed company as looking for quamplurimi et quam aptissimi, “as many as possible of the very best.” With this focus on the best of the very best among our student body, and with a look to those who exhibit the potential to be such leaders, Saint Peter’s Prep has embarked on an exciting new initiative. Beginning this September, the Ignatian Scholars program has replaced the Presidential Scholars, and offers incoming freshmen that have demonstrated superior academic proficiency a chance to become the very aptissimi that the early Jesuits sought. Guided by program director Juan Arteaga of the English department and program coordinator Trish Fitzpatrick of admissions, this new and innovative program seeks to expose the scholars to four major areas of development: spirituality and service, cultural/artistic, alumni resources, and leadership development. This formation will result in each of these already motivated students developing their intellectual competence, spiritual lives, and commitment to justice in ways that many may have not considered before this program. When looking to the future of the Ignatian Scholars program, Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s president, observes, “every activity at Prep, whether it be academic, service, artistic, or athletic has the goal of forming young men who will contribute to our world as responsible global citizens. We expect great things of our Ignatian Scholars and are very excited about this ground-breaking program.” An Ignatian Scholars Team consisting of upperclassmen has been formed to mentor the incoming Ignatian Scholars of 2014. They are Michael Bajuz, ’11, Jack Byram, ’13, Joseph Carroll, ’11, Roberto Cortinas, ’11, Isiah Cruz, ’13, Matthew Foley, ’11, Brian Franconeri, ’12, James Fox, ’11, Savon Huggins, ’11, Philip McGovern, ’11, Jack McNulty, ’12, Francis Padre, ’11, and Luca Taite, ’11. “This program offers an opportunity to incoming freshmen that is inherent to the very heart of Jesuit education,” explained Arteaga. “I am of course excited about what this program can accomplish, but what I find most unique is the enthusiasm of the team members themselves.”

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Prep’s Master Plan $2 Million in Renovations Initiate Phase One Projects Following three years of intensive planning on both the macro and micro levels, Phase One of the school’s multi-faceted and far-reaching master plan for the campus began in earnest this past spring, highlighted by some $2 million in construction projects affecting three buildings along Grand Street. These initial projects were completed by Labor Day, in time for students and faculty to return for this new academic year. They included the following: • Conversion of the former Saint Peter’s Church into the O’Keefe Commons, a cafeteria/multi purpose facility; • Conversion of the former Parish Building into a facility dedicated to the music/choral program; • Conversion of the former Hogan Hall locker room into an academic center, including three new classrooms and new bathrooms. In late winter 2010, work will begin on the remaining—and major—component of Phase One: the conversion of the former Burke Hall from a general academic building and cafeteria into a state-of-the-art facility devoted to science education. This component, to be completed by the beginning of the 2011-12 academic year at a cost of approximately $9.4 million, will complete Phase One of the master plan and will set the stage for future campus improvements. “After so much time devoted to the planning of, and fundraising for, the Phase One projects, it is both energizing and exciting to see the blueprints come to life,” said Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s president. “Most significantly, these new facilities are providing us with much greater flexibility in terms of scheduling classes and events on campus, in addition to continuing the overall improvement of the campus that began in the 1990s.” The total cost of the Phase One projects, including the planning and fundraising components and related ancillary costs, is approximately $13.5 million, which is being funded through Imagine: The Fund for Saint Peter’s Prep. Since the fund’s inception in the fall of 2006, Prep has raised $11.3 million in commitments specifically earmarked for the campus renovations that comprise the master plan. In addition, during this same period the Imagine Fund raised $2.6 million earmarked for scholarships and financial assistance, for a total approaching $14 million. “On both the fundraising and the planning levels, we are pleased with our current position,” said Jim Horan, ’70, vice president for planning & principal giving. “Especially gratifying has been the school’s ability to raise significant funds for these major construction projects and our financial assistance programs during these challenging economic times. In essence, it validates our ongoing emphasis on supporting these two crucial initiatives.” Horan added that the emphasis for the coming year includes raising the funds necessary to fully support the remaining Phase One projects, as well as identifying the projects that will comprise the next phase of construction as part of the master plan.

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The former parish building, which sits between Shalloe Hall and the former church building, is the new home for Prep’s music and choral programs, including a new computer lab for music technology.


The former Saint Peter’s Church (closed by the parish in the summer of 2009) has been transformed into a versatile multi-purpose facility, serving as a student cafeteria during the day and a site for various special events and receptions at other times throughout the year. Improvements within the facility include expanded bathrooms, the creation of office space for the dean of students and for campus ministry, improved heating and air conditioning, and new flooring and lighting. This renovated facility will serve Prep for the foreseeable future, until a new multi-purpose space is constructed in the Burke Hall parking lot later this decade as part of a future phase of the master plan.

The basement locker room in Hogan Hall has been converted into three new, permanent, fully-equipped classrooms, plus expanded and renovated bathroom facilities.


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For 400 Students, a Maroon and White Summer

By Bob Furlong

Although the term “summer school” often elicits grimaces from many students, more than 400 young men in summer programs at Prep filled the school with great energy and enthusiasm for five weeks. Among these unflagging students, over 200 young men participated in HAP, more than 70 rising freshman worked diligently in the Pre-Prep program, and fifty dedicated students helped to launch Prep’s Summer Enrichment Program.

During June and July, the young men in the Enrichment Program challenged themselves not only in the classroom; but also on the college campuses of Rutgers, Fordham, and Columbia; and on the streets of Chinatown. Eighteen rising seniors under the tutelage of college placement counselor Erin Knittel engaged in mock college interviews, developed their college application essays, and met with admissions at local colleges to gain in-depth knowledge about college admissions. A number of rising sophomores and juniors prepared for AP World History or AP US History in a seminar class led by Mary Anne McElroy, chair of the history department; others worked with Assistant Dean of Students Dan Healy, ‘01 on building their trigonometry skills in order to advance to a higher level math course in September; a diligent group of students worked on SAT preparation with Prep faculty members Julie Groark and Erin Stark; and eight students and Frank Giordano, ‘99 of the modern language department studied Mandarin with Prep alum Patrick McGovern ’99. With this summer’s courses having come to a close, many of the students are already looking forward to the opportunities that next summer’s programs will offer them.

Bob Furlong is Prep’s director of summer programs, and a member of Prep’s English department.

Prep Crew Makes a Splash

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In their inaugural season as a club team, Prep Crew made waves in competition. After just eight practices, the team notched a fourth place and two third place results in their first ever regatta on the Passaic River. Six weeks later, the team claimed the gold medal in the Novice 4 division. About thirty Prepsters took to the water twice a week for practices this past spring. This fall, the Marauders will row once more, with a full schedule of practices and races.


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Prep Team Participates in JSEA Colloquium By Jim DeAngelo, ´85 The fourteen teachers and administrators who represented Prep at the JSEA Colloquium pose together on the Santa Clara University campus.

Every three years, the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA), the organization comprised of the 52 Jesuit high schools in North America, sponsors a colloquium to examine the salient issues facing Jesuit education. This past June, some 600 teachers

and administrators from Jesuit schools across the globe gathered at Santa Clara University in California for five days of presentations, discussions and dialogue centered around the theme of “Sent to the Frontiers,” a phrase taken from Decree Three of the 35th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus in 2008.

The keynote address, delivered by noted futurist Ian Crocker, outlined the immense technological changes that shape and change our culture on an almost daily basis. Crocker sought to illustrate how the ever-increasing rate and types of technological innovations, such as the processing rate of computers or the capabilities of handheld devices, will necessarily have an effect on the teaching and learning in all schools. Crocker’s presentation informed several discussions in the days that followed as many tried to reconcile Ignatian pedagogical principles with the challenges presented by rapid rate of technological change. The colloquium also afforded participants several opportunities to attend one-hour presentations on best practices in pedagogy, spiritual development and many more topics. Prep’s team, which included 14 teachers and administrators, contributed several such sessions. At the closing session, David Ciancimino, S.J., provincial of the New York Province, delivered remarks that encouraged everyone, Jesuits and lay persons alike, to continue exploring the ways Jesuit high schools will continue to meet the challenges of our world—technological and otherwise—by remaining steadfast in our commitment to our Jesuit identity. Prep’s team returned from the colloquium energized by the experience of meeting with colleagues from schools across the nation and overseas and will look for ways to partner with colleagues from Prep and other Jesuit schools in implementing ideas learned there.


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The 144 Grand Gala Soars to New Heights “You did it, my son! You are going to Saint Peter’s Prep!”

When he heard his father utter those words with tears in his eyes, then 14-year-old Adam San Miguel, ‘02, could not imagine how his life was about to change. Now a college graduate working on his master’s degree, Adam shared this poignant moment as he addressed the guests at The 144 Grand Gala, explaining that had it not been for Prep’s Financial Assistance Program, he would never have had the opportunities his Jesuit education has afforded him. With gratitude, he raised his glass and toasted all those whose generosity makes it possible for families like the San Miguels to send their sons to Prep. Following his lead, Prep’s alumni, parents and friends raised their paddles in support of the Financial Assistance Program. In just its third year, The 144 Grand Gala raised a total of than $355,000, a new school record. All who attended agreed it was a spectacular event, from the excitement of bidding on (and winning) the amazing items in the silent and live auctions, to the music of The Rhythm Shop. By evening’s end, Bob Reiser, S.J. along with co-chair couples Donna and Jimmy Rizzo, ‘78, P’10, Marianne and Bill Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09, and Linda and Tom Tulp, P’10, could echo those words that Adam remembered…”you did it!”

The ladies take to the stage as vocalists of The Rhythm Shop cheer them on.

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“A Home Mass and Pizza with Fr. Azzarto” sets off a flurry of bidding during the Live Auction.

Battling laryngitis, Live Auction co-chair Rosie Park, P’10, checks on the details of “A Most Memorable Dinner” with Chef Floyd Cardoz, P’11, as “understudy” Patty Hetherington, P’08,’11 and Ginny Needham-Doyle, P’07, director of special events, stand ready to lend a hand.

Gala Gift Gathering Party hosts Anne and Mark Armstrong share a moment with their son John, ‘10, at The 144 Grand Gala. Bob Reiser, S.J. (third from left) congratulates The 144 Grand Gala co-chair couples on a job well done! (l. to r.) Tom and Linda Tulp, P’10, Donna and Jimmy Rizzo, ‘77, P’10, and Marianne and Bill Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09. Volunteering can be fun! Members of the senior class who served as spotters during the live auction enjoy a moment with Prep staff. (l. to r.) Mike Rizzo, Phil Buzzerio, Johnny Kelley, Trish Fitzpatrick, P’07, Ryan Heffernan, Mary Durante and Tom Tulp.

Mark your calendars: April 9, 2011 The 144 Grand Gala moves to The Westin in Jersey City!

Adam San Miguel, ‘02, raises his glass to toast those who support the Financial Assistance Program at Prep. Adam was the “Fund-a-Scholar” speaker at the Gala.

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Najee Glass: Shattering Expectations This summer, Prep’s own Najee Glass, ‘12, traveled to Singapore, where he represented the United States in the 400 meter dash and the Americas team in the medley relay at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games. After placing sixth in the 400 meter final, he led his relay teammates to the gold medal. Just as smashing as Glass’ performance on the world stage is the story of his road to international competition. By Chris Caulfield, ´03 As the young runner stepped onto the line for the first four hundred meter dash of his life the possibilities and limitations seemed endless. The nervous energy ran throughout his body. At a time like this questions would begin to arise in any runner’s head: What is my strategy? How can I win this race? Quickly, every spectator in attendance would see exactly what that strategy was. The gun sounded and one common response ran throughout the crowd: “He is running too fast, he needs to slow down.” His mother, Trina Glass tried to meet him at the halfway point, to warn him to pace himself. But as he continued unabated, the crowd realized that there was no hope, that he was quickly approaching his doom as the dreaded final one hundred meter stretch loomed ahead. Then something very rare happened: he ran faster still. As he approached the finish line every person in attendance realized what the world came to see in August: Najee Glass, ’12 doesn’t know the meaning of the words “slow down.” A very different picture of Najee Glass was displayed just a few months ago at the New Jersey State Indoor Meet of Champions. Lying on the ground in agony after a narrow defeat to a runner he had beaten just five days previously was not the conclusion to his sophomore indoor season Najee had hoped for. Having torn a muscle in his hip, it was clear that there would be a long road ahead to recovery. For many athletes an injury like this one would destroy any sense of confidence or hope for the following season just around the corner. Unfortunately for Glass, he didn’t just have some pre-season meets to worry about; he had the World Youth Olympic Trials just one month away. The injury was so debilitating that Najee couldn’t even lift his leg for normal walking motions, meaning running of any kind appeared to be out of the question. After a full two weeks’ rest, something needed to be done. Coach Mike Burgess used his years of expertise to formulate a workout plan that would test Najee’s limits without endangering his injured muscle. It was clear to Burgess that the workouts needed to happen in an environment that would restrict movement while testing the limits of Najee’s stamina. This plan would work in a very unlikely place for a runner: the water.

Najee Glass, ‘12 followed his stellar sophomore year for Prep Track with a gold medal performance at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.

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Over the next three weeks Najee would spend each day in the pool testing limits that he had never tested before; however, the fact that he was missing valuable time on the track still plagued him. Could he meet the expectations placed before him with virtually no running included in his routine for almost one month? Week after week Najee’s condition improved, but as the date approached it became abundantly clear that he would be entering the U.S. trial in Texas without the accepted mode of preparation.

Glass capped an outstanding sophomore year by taking the gold medal in the 400 meters at the NJSIAA Outdoor Meet of Champions in June – a prelude to his Youth Olympic gold in August.

With the opportunity of a lifetime steadily approaching, the issue was still in doubt; however, Najee’s desire to achieve something he had dreamed of his whole life overshadowed any of these uncertainties. Day after day, Glass used this desire to fuel his workouts and his recovery process. Coach Burgess could see that no matter what obstacle stood in his way, Najee Glass would not be denied. March turned to April and the day had come. April 3 was here, and Najee Glass stepped onto the line at the University of Texas at Arlington. It had been nine years, and he was a full twenty-eight seconds faster since that electric first race. Amazingly enough, similar questions arose as he stood on the line. What would his strategy be? Could he make it across the line knowing he hadn’t run for five consecutive days on a track in over a month? As the gun sounded the all familiar strategy appeared, and after hundreds of races Trina Glass knew that she would not need to meet her son at the two hundred meter mark to tell him to slow down. As he rounded the final turn headed for the dreaded last stretch for most runners Najee Glass could envision how far he had come from that beautiful day in May 2001. As he approached the finish he could feel the soreness in his muscles after those days in the pool working harder than he ever had before to achieve the dream he held onto his whole life. Since that day in April Najee Glass captured a state title and national ranking in the four hundred meter dash, as well as national and state rankings in the two hundred meter dash. In August, Glass competed in the Youth Olympic Games for sixteen and seventeen year olds, where he matched talents with runners from around the globe and emerged victorious in the medley relay. From a small town track meet winner, to a state champion, Najee Glass went to Singapore showing no signs of slowing down.

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5 QUESTIONS

With Bob Colacurcio, ’73, president of the Prep Alumni Board

For the past 20 years, the Prep Alumni Board has worked to grow and strengthen the Prep Alumni Association. Bob Colacurcio, ’73, an Alumni Board member since 1994, the board’s vice president from 2006-2010, and now its new president, chats with Prep Magazine about what’s next. Prep Magazine: What are some of the highlights of your time on the Alumni Board thus far?

PM In your estimation, what is it that makes Prep’s alumni community so strong, year after year?

Bob Colacurcio: Considering Prep’s steep tradition for exceptional athletics, we finally recognized the outstanding athletes by establishing the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005. That and being part of the process of selecting the Legends of Prep.

BC It’s the camaraderie and bond that develops among a bunch of boys who share the experiences and effects of a Jesuit education that helped shape them into men. Not having the honor of serving in the military, I imagine it’s the closest thing to going through boot camp. To this day I refer to my classmates as my “band of brothers,” of course with apologies to those that served this great nation.

PM What will be your first goal(s) as president? BC Fr. Reiser has recommended a new paradigm for the Board, with a committee structure with more accountability to ensure that the Board’s events do well and benefit Prep. Job one, for me, Vice President Rich Hamilton, ‘90 and Secretary Kevin Brodbeck, ‘89 will be to successfully implement Fr. Reiser’s vision over the next two years. We’ll also be working to get more of the young alumni involved at Prep and to use the class chairs more effectively...to get more alumni to support Prep and get them involved with what’s going on at Grand & Warren. PM In the long term, how would you like to see the Alumni Board’s role evolve within the alumni community? BC We do a good job now, but we need to enhance how we keep the alumni in touch and in tune with what goes on at Prep. As our society becomes more transient and guys move out of New Jersey, the Board needs to be the catalyst that keeps us all connected. PM You’ve been a steady presence both as a volunteer and as a guest at alumni events for years. Which event do you look forward to most each year? BC The Phonathon, because I get to harass my classmates! Just kidding. I truly enjoy them all because you never know who’s going to show up. But if you had to pin me down it would be the golf tournament. It’s golf, cigars, “beverages” and swapping old fish stories (and the fish get bigger each year) with a group of guys that share something in common: they spent four years of their lives at Grand & Warren in Jersey City.

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I always sign off when corresponding with my classmates with “Sub Umbra Petri.” Having graduated from Saint Peter’s, we’ll always be in his shadow.


PRESIDENT’S REPORT

IN GRATITUDE Dear Friends:

At the time I was assigned president of Saint Peter’s Prep nearly five years ago, Jim DeAngelo, ’85, Prep’s principal, sent me a small book welcoming me to Jersey City. The book, entitled, Jersey City: 1940-1960, is a collection of photographs documenting the dramatic changes that occurred during this twenty-year period of our city’s history. While some of the images portray colorful politicians and other historic figures, the bulk of the photos capture the creation of housing projects such as the Montgomery Gardens and WPA projects like the Jersey City Medical Center, as well as the enhancement of industrial areas like Colgate and shopping districts like Journal Square. While much changed during these two dynamic decades, the core of Jersey City fundamentally remained the same. Jersey City remained “a city of immigrants and their families.” Saint Peter’s Prep has been fortunate to play an important role in the life of Jersey City over the years, and like the city we call “home,” Prep has experienced many significant changes throughout the years. Images of building projects from the Memorial Gymnasium in the late 1940s to Keenan Field in the early 2000s, all tell the story of a changing Saint Peter’s Prep. Yet, like the city in which we live, the more we at Prep have changed, the more we have – at our core – remained the same. This past May, we broke ground on Phase One of our “Imagine the Future” capital projects – the conversion of the former Saint Peter’s Church into the student cafeteria, the church office building into a music center, and the basement of Hogan Hall into student classrooms. All of this is in preparation for the total conversion of Burke Hall into a state-of-the-art science pavilion scheduled to begin in just a few short months. For all of our changes, however, we at Saint Peter’s Prep have remained fundamentally the same. This past year, our 900 diverse young men studied Virgil and Shakespeare, calculus and chemistry, the original colonies and the Middle East. They brought home trophies in forensics, chorus, and band; wrote plays, composed poetry, and showed in art galleries; visited Europe and South America, Appalachia and Camden. They created a microfinance bank and lobbied against poverty in Washington. Our teams went to the state finals in football, basketball and volleyball, and sent individuals to championships in wrestling and track & field. They learned about Saint Ignatius Loyola and Pedro Arrupe, and they experienced God “in all things” especially on Ignite, Emmaus and Kairos. They comforted one another in death, and they celebrated in the possibilities in life. Things changed this year, but they also remained the same. One of the most important areas in the life of the school that remained the same was the financial support that our alumni, parents and friends offered us. This past year alone, with their significant support, we at Saint Peter’s Prep were able to provide financial assistance to approximately 350 young men, while at the same time keeping our tuition reasonable for all. We could never have done any of this without the dedication and sacrifice of our benefactors, which to this day remains unchanged. As you will read in this President’s Report, our donors gave $2,584,000 to the Prep Fund, in support of our annual operations budget. In addition, they also gave another $3,428,000 to our Imagine Fund, in support of our capital projects and scholarship funds. Like Jersey City, itself, while things at Prep certainly changed this past year, there were some things that did not. I believe the support of our alumni, parents and friends, expressed in this year’s Prep and Imagine Funds, is one of those constants that will always remain the same. And I am grateful! On behalf of our young men, I wish to thank all who have so generously supported Saint Peter’s Prep this past year. Please know that you and your loved ones will have a very special place in my Masses and prayers.

Sincerely yours,

Robert E. Reiser, S.J. President

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THE DONNÉ SOCIETY

The Donné Society The Donné Society of Saint Peter’s Preparatory School has been established to recognize men and women who have embraced the Jesuit mission of educating young “men for others” in a very special way. Specifically, the Donné Society honors those who have contributed $100,000 or more to the school throughout their lifetimes, and this special recognition is a lasting tribute to their profound generosity. $1,000,000 + The Jesuits of Saint Peter’s Prep M/M Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48 $750,000 - $999,999 M/M William J. Bell, ‘57 The Estate of Robert J. Engel, ‘28 $500,000 -$749,999 M/M Paul L. Audet, ‘71 M/M Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr., ‘62 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Braddock, ‘47 The George Link Foundation M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ‘12 The Estate of Rev. Maurice L. O’Keefe, ‘49 M/M Charles F. X. Poggi, ‘49 The Rowe Family Foundation (Dr. & Mrs. John W. Rowe, ‘62) M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71 $250,000 - $499,999 M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86 The Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association M/M Laurence T. Fell, ‘54 Mr. Marc Keane  The Estate of Paul M. Kierney, ‘66 M/M Bernard F. Langan, ‘57 M/M Joseph A. McBride, ‘36 M/M Edmond N. Moriarty, ‘46 The New York Province of the Society of Jesus The Provident Bank M/M Gerald V. Sheehan, ‘48 The Estate of Mary Claire Sheridan  The State of New Jersey M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, ‘53, P’93 M/M Francis A. Tedesco, ‘74 M/M Charles J. Trainor, ‘56 $100,000 - $249,999 M/M Glenn Annan-Brady, ‘69  M/M Armen Avanessians The Estate of Richard C. Barry, ‘63 M/M Matthew P. Boylan, ‘50 M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57 The Brooklyn Prep Fund M/M Edward J. Burke, ‘58 M/M Thomas W. Burke, ‘56 Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45 16

M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61 M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71, P’00, ’03 M/M Kevin J. Collins, ‘57 Dr. John J. Cunningham, ‘26 M/M Michael J. DeMarco, ‘77 M/M Sam C. DiFeo, ‘32, P’63, ‘66 M/M Sam X. DiFeo, ‘66 M/M Thomas W. Duncan, ‘60 The Estate of Edwin C. Eastwood, ‘47 Ms. Angela Chang & Mr. John C. Elliott, ‘62 M/M Dennis J. Enright, ‘66, P’92 Ms. Margaret Conway & Mr. Bart Erbach, ‘74 The Estate of James Escude, ‘39 M/M John J. Finn, P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94 M/M Joseph M. Fitzpatrick, ‘42 M/M Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46 M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68 M/M Richard F. Gronda, ‘59, P’86, ‘89, ‘90 Dr. Madeline R. Romeu & Mr. George P. Gurdak, ‘70, P’03 M/M Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78 The Charles Hayden Foundation M/M Francis J. Heffron, ‘49 M/M John J. Hennessy, ‘56 The Estate of Elizabeth H. Henson M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83 The County of Hudson The City of Jersey City The Jesuits of Saint Peter’s College Mr. Vincent Jordan, ‘26 M/M John F. Kelly, Sr., P’04  M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02 M/M Edward F. Kosnik, ‘62 M/M Kenneth F. Kunzman, ‘54 Mr. Thomas J. Lally, ‘73 M/M Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04 The Estate of Marie Lowe  M/M Justin D. Mahon, Sr., ‘27  M/M Edward J. Mahoney, ‘48 M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48 M/M Allan M. McCarthy, ‘58  M/M Thomas P. McGinty, ‘71 The Edmond N. & Virginia H. Moriarty Charitable Foundation M/M James G. Mortenson, ‘71 The Estate of Mary Margaret Murray

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M/M Paul K. Napoli, ‘63, P’90 M/M Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51 M/M William Perkins, ‘86 M/M Joseph M. Petri, ‘71 M/M Joseph P. Russoniello, ‘59  The Estate of Joseph F.X. Saunders Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71 The Frederick J. Snyder, Jr. Foundation The Seth Sprague Foundation The Starr Foundation M/M William J. Stoutenburgh, ‘51 The Tedesco Family Foundation M/M Marcel E. Wagner, Jr., ‘56 M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08 The Ward Family Fund (M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63) M/M Thomas Whelan, H’08 M/M John A. Wickens, ‘52

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The Heritage Society

2010 Honor Roll Listing

Throughout its 138-year history, the financial stability of Saint Peter’s Prep has been ensured by the consistent and unwavering support of its many benefactors. In addition to the direct support of the Prep Fund, the Imagine Fund, and special initiatives, this generosity has included bequests and other “planned gifts” from the school’s supporters.

The following pages reflect gifts to all funds between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010. Ms. Connie Verducci Chairman’s Circle M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08 Pride & Glory Members

In recent years, a number of individuals have indicated that they have provided for Prep in their estate plans, thus becoming members of the Prep Heritage Society. The Heritage Society August W. Barberi, ‘48 John F. Bassi, ‘63 John J. Bergin, ‘50 William Branagan, P’75, ‘77 Gerard R. Brill, ‘57 Vincent P. Butler, Jr., M.D., ‘45 Kevin J. Collins, Esq., ‘57 Jacqueline Connors, P’81 Joseph K. Cooney, Esq., ‘68 John M. Corcoran, ‘53 James W. Cox, Ph.D., ‘47 John D. Dow, Ph.D., ‘59 James J. Fallon, ‘47 Ken Feduniewicz, ‘69 James J. Finnerty, Jr., ‘53 Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46 Thomas J. Fleming, ‘45 Edward J. Grant, ‘43 Donald F. Hagan, ‘50 Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68 Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78 Roger A. Hauser, Esq., ‘57 Stephen E. Hendzak, ‘62 William E. Higgins, ‘62 Paul S. Hummel, ‘69 James P. Kelly, Jr., ‘60 Richard A. Kelly, ‘63 Kenneth F. Kunzman, Esq., ‘54 Robert F. Lang, ‘46 Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04 Gertrude T. Mahon Edwin L. Mallette, ‘77 Maria Marnell The McFarland Family

Terence J. McGurn, ‘53 Angela M. McLaughlin John G. McLaughlin Robert J. Meyer, ‘49 Rev. Richard A. Mietzelfeld, Ph.D., ‘42 Thomas G. Minigiello, ‘73 Rev. Michael J. Moran, ‘50 Virginia H. Moriarty Paul K. Napoli, ‘63, P’90 Rev. Msgr. William S. O’Brien, ‘53 Rev. John P. O’Neill Denis J. O’Sullivan, ‘70 Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51 Joseph A. Pardo, ‘51 Dorothy Pickett, P’00 Edward A. Reid, Jr., ‘60 Edward F. Reid, ‘55 William J. Richards, ‘43 Christine A. Ryan Ralph Sarkisian, ‘73 J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71 Rev. Arthur B. Schute, ‘60 Ronald J. Semple, ‘52 Anne Sinnott Charles J. Steele, Esq., ‘48 Stephen Struk, ‘65, P’91, ‘95 Richard F. Tambouri, ‘50 Marcel E. Wagner, ‘56 Charles E. Waldron, ‘50 Joseph C. Weiss, Esq., ‘68 Mark S. White, ‘57 George C. Willenborg, D.D.S., ‘51 John J. Wolozen, ‘70

In Gratitude To the Donors of Saint Peter’s Preparatory School.

$250,000+ M/M Paul L. Audet, ‘71 M/M William J. Bell, ‘57 M/M Thomas W. Duncan, ‘60 Mrs. Mary Eileen Moriarty M/M Gerald V. Sheehan, ‘48 The Estate of Mary Claire Sheridan Maroon Seal Members $100,000 - $249,999 The Estate of Marie Lowe The Estate of Richard C. Barry, ‘63 M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72, P’05, ‘10 M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86 1872 Members $50,000 - $99,000 The Estate of Henry J. Byrne, ‘51 M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83 M/M Michael Mauer, P’13 The Edmond N. & Virginia H. Moriarty Charitable Foundation M/M Paul K. Napoli, ‘63, P’90 Mr. William O. Perkins, ‘86 The Tedesco Family Foundation M/M Kevin J. Ward, ‘66 Petrean Members $25,000 - $49,000 Dr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Bier, ‘58 M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57 The Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61 Cento Amici Continental Airlines, Inc. Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46 M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70 Dr. & Mrs. Donald W. Landry, ‘72 M/M Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04 M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ‘12 Mrs. Virginia H. Moriarty The New York Community Trust The Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71 The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children

President’s Council Ignatian Members $10,000 - $24,999 Anonymous M/M William J. Ahearn, ‘75, P’01 Ms. Rossella Luppi-Aquila & Dr. Ralph Aquila, ‘75, P’06, ‘11 M/M Mark Armstrong, P’10 Bank of America M/M George T. Beck, ‘51 The Brooklyn Prep Fund M/M Thomas W. Burke, ‘56 M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71, P’00, ‘03 M/M Michael J. DeMarco, ‘77 The Estate of Jerome A. Dolan, P’68, ‘79 M/M Patrick J. Downes, ‘57 M/M Dennis J. Enright, ‘66, P’92 M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68 Dr. Denis I. Howe, ‘61 M/M John F. Kelly, Sr., P’04 M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02 M/M Kenneth F. Kunzman, ‘54 Mr. Thomas J. Lally, ‘73 Mrs. Gertrude T. Mahon M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48 M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76, P’11 Mr. Michael R. Milano, ‘70 M/M Richard D. Moriarty, ‘62 New Community Corporation M/M Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51 M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78 M/M Charles F. X. Poggi, ‘49 The Hon. & Mrs. Robert C. Pollock, Jr., ‘57 M/M William J. Ruane, ‘73 The Saint Vincent de Paul Foundation The William E. Simon Foundation M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, ‘53, P’93 M/M William J. Sweeney, P’04, ‘06, ‘09 M/M Thomas J. Tulp, P’10 M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63 M/M Thomas Whelan The Estate of Rev. Monsignor Edward F. Wojtycha, ‘30 M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT Cornerstone Members $7,500 - $9,999 Anonymous Dr. & Mrs. John L. Butler, ‘64 M/M Kevin J. Collins, ‘57 M/M David M. Dowden, ‘83 Ms. Angela Chang & Mr. John C. Elliott, ‘62 The Lewis M. Gabbe Foundation The Estate of Frank T. Judge, Jr., ‘43 Mr. Raymond Latchford, ‘50 M/M Edward F. Reid, ‘55 Ms. Linda DeGaeta & Dr. Patrick J. Ryan, ‘68 Regent Members $5,000 $7,499 M/M Stephen Auth, P’06, ‘09 Barnes & Noble Booksellers M/M Carmine Beni, P’06, ‘08 M/M Lawrence Bovich, P’09, ‘11 Mr. William Branagan, P’75, ‘77 Dr. Robert M. Carducci, ‘54 Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ‘97 M/M Nestor Charriez, P’11 Ms. Kathleen Fitzgerald & Mr. Michael F. Cocca, ‘56, P’92 M/M William H. Connolly, Jr., ‘65 M/M William J. Cozine, ‘55 Mr. John J. Cutola, P’87, ‘01 M/M Carl S. DeLorenzo, ‘67 M/M Vincent B. DiDomenico, Jr., ‘84 M/M James J. Donofrio, ‘81, P’11 The Hon. & Mrs. James H. Dowden, P’78 M/M Robert R. Esti, ‘55 M/M David E. Finn, ‘82, P’08, ‘09 Mr. Robert P. Groesbeck, ‘57 M/M Andrew W. Hanlon, P’02 M/M Kazimierz J. Herchold, ‘64 M/M Thomas F. Kelaher, ‘50 M/M Thomas C. Kiely, ‘68 M/M John A. King Mr. Edward Kostrzewa, ‘85 The Hon. George A. Krol, ‘74 M/M Patrick Lee, ‘81 Dr. & Mrs. Patrick J. McGovern, Jr., ‘68, P’99, ‘05 Mr. Terence J. McGurn, ‘53 M/M Aloysius T. McLaughlin Mr. John C. Meditz Mr. Robert J. Meyer, ‘49 Dr. & Mrs. John R. Middleton, ‘62 M/M Joseph P. Monteleone, P’98, ‘02 Morgan Stanley Employees Group Mr. Joseph A. Pardo, ‘51 M/M Daniel Park, P’10 18

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Dr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Popovich, ‘79 M/M William L. Robalino, ‘89 Mr. Ralph Sarkisian, ‘73 Dr. & Mrs. Leo J. Spaccavento, ‘69 The Emily C. Specchio Foundation M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, Jr., ‘93 Watchung Hills Youth Benevolent Association M/M John A. Wickens, ‘52 Wiss & Company, LLP M/M Nicholas H. Wood, ‘86 Distinguished Members $2,500 - $4,999 Anonymous Ms. Amy Riel & Dr. George J. Ambrosio, ‘71, P’00, ‘03 M/M Stanley A. Aslanian, ‘43 Mr. Richard P. Barnitt, ‘56 The Hon. & Mrs. William J. Bate, ‘51, P’84 M/M Richard J. Bender, ‘74, P’04, ‘09 M/M John Benge, P’12 M/M John J. Bergin, ‘50 M/M James Bernaiche, P’05 Mr. Steven B. Boyd, ‘96 M/M James P. Boyle, ‘51 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Braddock, ‘47 M/M John E. Bradley, ‘71 M/M Roger W. Breslin, Jr., ‘55 Mr. Joseph V. Burakevich, ‘56 M/M Dan H. Butko, P’12 Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45 Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72 Mr. Eduardo L. Canseco, ‘87 Mr. John H. Cassedy, ‘48 Dr. & Mrs. James M. Caulfield, ‘46, P’73 M/M Louis E. Cella, ‘50 Mr. & Dr. Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti, ‘90 Church of the Little Flower Mr. Robert B. Cobban, ‘50 † The John Confort Foundation M/M Edward V. Connell, ‘71, P’02 Mr. Joseph K. Cooney, ‘68 Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph M. Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ‘76 M/M Patrick J. Costello, P’03, ‘05 M/M John J. Curley, ‘66 M/M Michael F. Curtin, ‘58 M/M Frank A. D’Amelio, ‘75 M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79 Mr. Robert W. Dempsey, ‘62 Ms. Morna L. Sweeney & Dr. Joseph R. DePasquale, ‘72 Dr. & Mrs. James F. Donohue, ‘61

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Dr. & Mrs. G. Jerry Falcone M/M Thomas J. Favia, Jr., ‘77 M/M Laurence T. Fell, ‘54 M/M Michael Fernandez, P’09, ‘10 The Dan Finn, ‘99 Basketball Classic M/M John Formoso, ‘89 M/M James Forsythe, Jr., P’13 Mr. James P. Frees, ‘74 Rick Gallo Racing M/M John R. Garbarino, ‘67 M/M Richard Garrigan, P’07, ‘11 M/M Michael Giacone, P’12 Mr. Robert Gill, ‘89 Ms. Margaret Laub & Mr. Jack Governale, P’10 The Gronton School Dr. Madeline Romeu & Mr. George P. Gurdak, ‘70, P’03 M/M William C. Habert, ‘59 Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68 M/M Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78 M/M David M. Heller, ‘53 M/M Raymond J. Hennessey, ‘90 M/M James C. Horan, ‘70 M/M Michael T. Kahrer, P’10 M/M William F. Kehoe, ‘45 M/M John Kelley, P’10 M/M Jeffrey Kellner, ‘85, P’13 Ms. Amelia J. Janisz & Dr. John R. Kender, P’96, ‘02, ‘09 Dr. B. Melvin Kiernan, ‘53 Mr. James F. Krumm, ‘43 M/M Thomas S. Larson, ‘73 M/M Dale Livi, P’09, ‘11 M/M Timothy LiVolsi, P’06, ‘08, ‘11 The Lola Schug Charitable Remainder Unitrust M/M Anthony J. Marchitto, ‘81 M/M Thomas P. McGinty, ‘71 M/M Paul J. McGovern, P’64 M/M John P. McIntyre, Jr., ‘55 M/M Kenneth McManus, P’11 M/M Robert J. Mernar, ‘72, P’09, ‘10 Dr. & Mrs. Robert O. Modarelli, ‘59 M/M Patrick J. Murphy, P’08 M/M Joseph T. O’Donnell, Jr., ‘65 Mr. Joseph Panepinto Mr. Eugene T. Paolino, ‘65 PGA Tour, Inc. M/M Philip Reynolds, P’09, ‘11, ‘13 Dr. Gaetano A. Ricciardone, ‘83 Ms. Annmarie Rizzo M/M James G. Rizzo, ‘77, P’10

M/M Thomas D. Ruane, ‘68 M/M Joseph P. Russoniello, ‘59 M/M James F. Ryan, Jr., ‘66, P’04 Saint Philip’s Academy M/M Charles J. Sciarra, ‘87 M/M David Smythe, P’11 M/M Dante A. Sorrenti, ‘76 Mr. Robert J. Spearing, ‘77 Ms. Bette Mohr & Mr. Charles J. Steele, ‘48 M/M James C. Stokes, ‘62 M/M Kevin P. Stokes, ‘77 M/M Joseph F. Taglieri, ‘49 Mr. Richard F. Tambouri, ‘50 Trinity Academy The Weathertop Foundation Mr. Mark S. White, ‘57 M/M Leo J. Zatta, P ‘11 Members $1,000 - $2,499 Anonymous Dr. & Mrs. Michael Acanfora, ‘83 M/M Henry J. Aderente, ‘41 M/M Richard W. Agresta, ‘70 Dr. Michael Ahn, ‘86 M/M Edward A. Alberque, Jr., ‘59 M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ‘73 Mr. Joseph A. Amatrucola, ‘94 Mr. Marco C. Ambrosio, ‘03 M/M Glenn Annan-Brady, ‘69 Dr. Anthony T. Annunziato, ‘68 The Stuart S. Applebaum Giving Foundation M/M Daniel A. Apruzzese, ‘81 Ms. Terry Atkinson M/M Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr., ‘62 M/M Stanley V. Baginski, ‘69, P’07 Mr. Pietro Barberi, ‘98 Mr. George C. Barry, ‘74 M/M Joseph F. Basil, Sr. M/M Robert E. Bastan, ‘50 M/M David Bates, P’11 Mr. Mark P. Bender, ‘71 Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Benedetti, ‘69 Ms. Michelle Berard M/M Bernard J. Berry, Jr., ‘63 Ms. Arline Binkowski M/M George Blaney, ‘57 M/M Michael Blaney, ‘71, P’05 M/M Joseph P. Blauvelt, P’09 M/M Stephen A. Bloom, ‘68 M/M Thomas F. Blunda, ‘87 Dr. & Mrs. Edward M. Bolger, ‘55 M/M Alexander W. Booth, Jr., ‘62, P’06 M/M Edward J. Borrone, ‘57 Mr. Jeffrey A. Bouquio, ‘98 M/M Eugene C. Boyle, ‘56


PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2010 Honor Roll The Boys & Girls Club of Clifton M/M Bernard C. Brady, ‘64 M/M Lawrence P. Brady, Jr., ‘57 M/M Vincent F. Brennan, ‘57 M/M Francis P. Briamonte, III, ‘86 Ms. Megan Hobbs Brodbeck & Mr. Kevin J. Brodbeck, ‘89 Mrs. Anne Brower Ms. Sharon Brown, P’11 Mr. Anthony Bryk, ‘66 The Bucher Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Joseph I. Budnick, IV, ‘47 Dr. & Mrs. John D. Buffington, ‘59 Dr. James J. Buonavolonta, ‘81 M/M Philip Buzzerio, P’10 M/M Peter Byram, P’07, ‘09, ‘13 Mr. Edgar Benjamin A. Cabrera, ‘01 M/M Joseph J. Caldas, ‘76, P’10 M/M David M. Canale, P’05, ‘09 M/M Peter J. Capizzi, ‘87 Mr. Lou Cappadona, ‘57 Mr. Charles T. Carney, ‘52 M/M Timothy Carney, P’08, ‘12 Mr. Robert J. Carroll, ‘72 Ms. Tracey Thayer & Mr. Jeffrey Cartwright, P’01, ‘04 M/M Joseph J. Casazza, Jr., ‘95 M/M Louis F. Castelli, ‘66, P’01 Mr. Thomas D. Casulli, ‘89 M/M John A. Cavanagh, Jr., P’07, ‘12 M/M Andrew J. Cevasco, P’00, ‘07, ‘10 Mr. Biswarup Chatterjee Mr. E. Mark Chiappara, ‘84 Dr. John P. Chibbaro, ‘59 M/M Frank R. Ciesla, ‘59 M/M John I. Ciuppa, ‘71, P’00 M/M Joseph S. Clabby Members of the Class of 1954 M/M Joseph A. Cleary, ‘62 M/M Thomas J. Cleary, ‘61 Mr. Glenn M. Colacurci, ‘67 Mr. Brian J. Colford, ‘81 M/M Frank Colucci, P’08 M/M Philip Connelly, ‘71 M/M Richard F. Connors, Jr., ‘81 Mr. William E. Conrad, ‘71 M/M John D. Conroy, ‘58 Mr. Vincent Conti, ‘96 M/M John J. Corcoran, ‘56 M/M John F. Costello, ‘49 M/M Michael E. Cozine, ‘52, P’86 M/M Peter Crivelli, ‘82 Mr. Kevin M. Crociani, ‘70 M/M John F. Crotty, ‘56 Ms. Maryann Crowe Mrs. Pamela M. Crowe, P’91, ‘94

M/M John M. Daly, P’10 Mr. John W. Daneri, ‘46 † M/M William G. Davis, ‘53 † Mr. Samuel R. De Luca, Jr., ‘86 M/M William S. Deakyne, Sr., P’87 Ms. Emily Seelaus & Mr. James C. DeAngelo, ‘85 Mr. Joseph Del Prete Mr. Edward J. DePascale, ‘66 M/M David Descalzi, ‘72 M/M James DeSimone, P’10 Mr. Thomas J. Dolan, ‘60 M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58 Mr. Richard K. Donnelly, ‘63 M/M John P. Doran, ‘55 M/M Robert E. Dorton, ‘50 Mr. Richard J. Doyle, ‘60 Mr. Vincent G. Drennan, ‘48 M/M F. Gerard Drummond, ‘58, P’94, ‘97, ‘99, ‘08 M/M Leo P. Duffy, ‘46 M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58 M/M Charles Dullea, P’07 M/M George J. Duva, ‘64 M/M Thomas M. Eagan, P’04, ‘07 Dr. & Mrs. Kevin Egan, P’09, ‘13 Ms. Margaret Conway & Mr. Bart Erbach, ‘74 M/M Timothy Evans, P’10 M/M Joseph D. Facchini, ‘98 Mr. James J. Fallon, ‘47 M/M Edward C. Fedak, ‘65 M/M John T. Feeney, ‘80 Mrs. Marie B. Feeney, P’74, ‘76, ‘78, ‘80 M/M Robert F. X. Feeney, ‘74 Mr. Peter T. Feury, ‘45 M/M John C. Fink, Jr., ‘52 Mr. Donald M. Finn, ‘50 M/M John J. Finn, III, ‘81 Mrs. Mary C. Finn, P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94 M/M Thomas B. Finn, Sr., ‘58, P’83, ‘85 M/M Thomas P. Finn, ‘87 Mr. Carl J. Finneran, ‘44 M/M James J. Finnerty, Jr., ‘53 M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07 M/M Thomas Flanigan, P’12 M/M Richard C. Fleischer, ‘66 Mrs. Catherine D. Forrester, P’76, ‘83 Mr. Jonathan B. Foster-Moore, ‘98 Rev. Thomas M. Foye, ‘46 M/M Frank Free, III, ‘79 Arthur J. Gallagher & Company M/M Peter J. Gallagher, ‘46 M/M Richard C. Gallagher

Col. & Dr. Eugene G. Galvin, ‘60 M/M Gregory G. Gannon, ‘57 M/M James Gardner, P’10 M/M Edward J. Gargiulo, Jr., ‘89 M/M Peter J. Gargiulo, ‘77 M/M Richard J. Gaven, ‘58 M/M John H. Gavin, ‘58 M/M Frank V. Geremia, ‘58 Ms. Eileen Ross & Mr. Michael S. Giannotto, ‘71 Dr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Gibney, ‘60 M/M Thomas E. Gill, ‘77 M/M James Glassen, P’10 M/M Edward J. Grant, ‘43 M/M Walter J. Greenhalgh, ‘67 Ms. Cheryl Ann Ewing & Mr. Raymond F. Grzybowski, ‘64 Mr. James S. Gutierrez, ‘94 Mr. Derek Hafer M/M Donald F. Hagan, ‘50 Ms. Tricia Augustine & Mr. Richard E. Hamilton, ‘90 Mr. David Hammer Mr. James E. Hardiman, ‘47 M/M Brian Harkins, P’13 M/M John T. Harnett, ‘61 Dr. Dominick J. Hart, ‘59 M/M Mark Hartzell, P’11, ‘13 M/M Brian E. Haughney, ‘89 M/M Joseph A. Haviland, ‘55 M/M Timothy J. Hawkes, ‘65, P’90, ‘93 M/M Steven Hayes, P’10 Mr. Robert T. Healey M/M James B. Heaney, ‘58 M/M John Hederman, P’09 Mr. Francis J. Heffron, ‘49 M/M Emil C. Herkert, ‘56 Mr. Raymond A. Hoag, ‘57 M/M Leo J. Hurley, ‘70 Mr. Richard K. Hurley, ’43 † M/M Daniel J. Hussey, ‘59 M/M Perry Iannaconi, ‘60 Mrs. Madeline Iazzetta, P’77 Immaculate Conception Church Mr. John J. Imperial, ‘59 M/M Frederick J. Jacques, Jr., ‘66 The Jesuit Community of Saint Peter’s Prep M/M Robert G. Jocham, ‘48 Mr. John L. Johnson, ‘78 M/M Gerald G. Kallman, ‘48 M/M Michael G. Kane, ‘84 Mr. Robert P. Kane, ‘45 Mr. Thomas R. Keating, ‘55 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc. Mr. William M. Keegan, ‘34 M/M John P. Kelly, ‘62, P ‘85, ‘91

M/M Nigel Key Mr. Thomas Kilcoyne, ‘55 Deacon Robert J. Kinsey, ‘51 The Kiss Cares Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Francis H. Koch, ‘61 Mr. Robert M. Kopki, ‘63 M/M Edward F. Kosnik, ‘62 M/M Carl J. Kraus, P’05 M/M David M. LaBruno, ‘86 Dr. Robert Lalli, ‘73 M/M Gerald P. Lally, ‘56 M/M Bernard F. Langan, ‘57 M/M Richard Lanning, P’10 Mr. Thomas S. Liccardo, ‘80 M/M Declan Long, P’12 M/M Theodore M. Lowicki, ‘82 Mr. John P. Lynch, ‘79 M/M John F. Lyons Mr. John MacIntyre, ‘67 M/M Timothy Maher, ‘04 The Make-A-Wish Foundation Ms. Pamela J. Slater & Mr. Peter P. Malecki, ‘66 Rev. Msgr. Ronald J. Marczewski, ‘66 Mrs. Beverly S. Maresca Rev. Earle L. Markey, S.J., ‘49 Mr. Raymond J. Marszalowicz, ‘70 M/M Philip R. Martorelli, ‘59 M/M Frank Massaro, ‘57 M/M Thomas D. Mauriello, ‘79 Mr. Dennis J. McAuliffe, ‘59 Mr. Michael McCabe, ‘95 Mr. William McCahill, ‘64 M/M Allan M. McCarthy, ‘58 Mr. James G. McDermott, Jr., ‘86 Mrs. Suzanne McDermott M/M Sean McFarland, P’07, ‘09 The Hon. & Mrs. Dennis L. McGill, Sr., P’76, ‘83 M/M Donald C. McLaughlin, ‘58 M/M James A. McLaughlin, Jr., ‘54 Ms. Yolanda Cuomo & Mr. Joseph McLaughlin, P’10 Ms. Maryellen McLaughlin Mr. Allan J. McLeod M/M Hugh J. McManus, ‘56 M/M Robert A. McNamara, ‘51 Medco Health Solutions Dr. Michael A. Meese, ‘76 M/M Thomas J. Meloro, ‘54 Mr. George A. Meluso, ‘60 M/M Francis J. Mertz, ‘54 Dr. & Mrs. James L. Merz, ‘54 M/M James T. Messano, ‘58 Mr. Joseph A. Michalik, ‘79 M/M John A. Miele, Jr., ‘54 Mr. John P. Miller, ‘64 M/M Wolodymyr Mohuchy, ‘58

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT M/M Christopher N. Monico, ‘84 M/M Anthony Monterisi, ‘74 Monumental Baptist Church M/M Christopher F. Morgan, ‘53 M/M James G. Mortenson, ‘71 M/M Timothy J. Mortenson, ‘74 M/M Marc E. Mruz, ‘75 Ms. Deborah A. Mueller M/M Robert Mullen, P’13 M/M James M. Mullin, ‘72 Ms. Alice Lehman & Mr. Frank J. Murphy, Jr., ‘65 M/M Robert A. Murphy, ‘50 M/M Thomas J. Murphy, ‘74 Mr. Thomas J. Murphy, ‘69 Ms. Lauren Dwyer & Mr. William P. Musto, ‘95 Mutual of America Dr. & Mrs. Louis P. Nasif, ‘62 M/M William J. Netchert, ‘62, P’09 The New York Province of the Society of Jesus Mr. Frank M. Nicoletti, ‘62 Mr. Harry D. Norton, ‘38 M/M Michael Norton, P’12 M/M John J. O’Brien, P’08 Mrs. Mary D. Kinahan-Ockay & Mr. David P. Ockay, ‘70, P’05, ‘07 Mr. John F. O’Halloran, ‘62 M/M John L. O’Reilly, ‘52 M/M Rafael Ortiz, P’10 Ms. Shawna V. Hudson & Mr. Ralph S. Pantozzi, ‘88 M/M John G. Pappas, ‘62 M/M Stanley T. Pardo, ‘53 M/M John Parisi M/M Lewis G. Pascalli, Jr., ‘59 M/M John Pflug, Jr., P’06 M/M Vernal F. Piantanida, ‘55 M/M William P. Pickett, ‘49, P’00 M/M James A. Pilla, ‘67 M/M Anthony S. Piszel, ‘72 Mr. Peter D. Pizzuto, ‘66 Mr. Stanley R. Plust, ‘69 Mr. George Podurgiel, ‘57 M/M John Polanin, Jr., P’11 M/M Michael R. Polcari, ‘65 Mr. Edward S. Purcell, Jr., ‘52 M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III, P’08, ‘10, ‘12 Mr. James Reilly Reliable Rubber and Plastic Machinery Company M/M Edward D. Ricchiuto, ‘73 M/M Edward D. Riedlinger, ‘67 The Emla Rimelspacher Scholarship Fund 20

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M/M Mark A. Rizzo, ‘72, P’03, ‘08 The Rockland Country Club Foundation M/M Thomas Ruane, P’07, ‘11 Mr. David Rubulotta Mrs. Joan S. Ruvane Mr. John K. Ryan, ‘68 M/M Charles A. Sabino, ‘57 Mr. Alfred Sattelberger, ‘66 M/M John E. Savage, ‘57 Mr. Carl Schaefer M/M Christopher Schaeffer, P’11 M/M Thomas A. Schember, ‘55 M/M Thomas M. Schember, ‘79 The Schering-Plough Foundation M/M Donald W. Schroeder, ‘87 Mr. R. Jeffrey Schundler, P’99 M/M Kevin Schwartz M/M Robert C. Schwarze, ‘54 M/M William Scott, P’12 Mr. James J. Seaman, ‘65 M/M Richard Seelaus M/M Stephen V. Sekel, ‘66, P’98 Ms. Gretchen Von Stubbe & Mr. Terrence J. Sekel, ‘80 M/M William F. Sexton, ‘66, P’96 M/M Robert J. Shalhoub, P’01, ‘03, ‘05, ‘08 Dr. Robert J. Shalhoub, ‘48 Ms. Margaret M. Shalloe Mr. Dennis M. Sheridan, ‘68 Dr. Edward P. Siems, ‘74 M/M Matthew Siracuse, P’13 M/M John S. Sirotniak, ‘57 M/M Robert Slaski, P’09, ‘12 Mr. Matt D. Slootsky, ‘94 Mr. Taras Y. Sochan, ‘78 Mr. William J. Spataro, ‘57, P’96, ‘97 Mr. Stephen P. Spiewak, ‘03 Mr. Mark G. Stappenbeck, ‘86 Mr. Leonard Stern M/M Frederick W. Stevens, Jr., ‘70 M/M Richard J. Stomber, ‘59 Mr. Daniel J. Sullivan, ‘45 Ms. Patricia Sullivan M/M Mike Szumski, P’11 M/M George T. Taite, ‘73, P’11 M/M Joseph Tintle, P’06, ‘11 M/M James E. Tuttle, ‘57 Mr. Donald J. Unger, Sr., ‘55 Ms. Paula Wiseman & Mr. Anthony Venditti, P’12 Dr. & Mrs. John J. Verdon, Jr., ‘57 The Verizon Foundation M/M Charles F. Voorhees, ‘56 Mr. Charles M. Waespy, ‘46

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M/M John T. Waldron, ‘69 M/M Patrick T. Wallace, ‘63 Mrs. Elizabeth Moriarty-Walsh & Mr. Joseph Walsh, P’10 M/M Robert Walsh M/M Ken D. Walter, ‘81, P’10, ‘12 Mr. Robert J. Warner, ‘71 Prof. & Mrs. John B. Wefing, ‘60 M/M Joseph C. Weiss, ‘68 M/M Keith K. West, ‘76 M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58 M/M Richard Allen White, P’08 Mr. Gregory R. Wieczorek, P’00 Mr. Raymond F. Yannuzzi, ‘66 M/M Alex Yu, P’09 Dr. Kenneth J. Zienkiewicz, ‘65 Capt. & Mrs. William J. Zuberbuhler, ‘58

Alumni Classes of ‘32-’39 Total Giving: $4,625 Participation: 30% Louis A. Erhardt, ‘32 † William M. Keegan, ‘34 James F. Donnelly, ‘35 Joseph M. Arbree, ‘36 Joseph F. Coda, ‘36 James J. Howley, ‘36 John L. Botti, ‘37 Edward R. Brinski, ‘37 John J. Foley, ‘37 Charles J. Hoffmann, ‘37 John P. Ruane, S.J., ‘37 John J. Satz, ‘37 Harry E. Hammell, ‘38 Kevin D. Harty, ‘38 Harry D. Norton, ‘38  Edward Roemke, ‘38 Peter B. Beronio, ‘39 Robert J. Maturi, ‘39 Matthew J. O’Connell, ‘39 Class of 1940 Total Giving: $1,149 Participation: 33% Walter E. Corrigan William F. Folger Harold E. Judge James F. Mahon John E. McArdle James J. O’Connor

Class of 1941 Total Giving: $1,900 Participation: 31% Henry J. Aderente John D. Alexander, S.J. John F. Burke George J. Couchman William J. Cronin Raymond A. Delfino Thomas J. Gallagher Campbell J. McCarthy James S. Nolan Joseph J. O’Dea Class of 1942 Total Giving: $1,375 Participation: 26% Joseph J. Drennan Edwin J. Gilson Joseph Lynch Stephen A. Mallard  James J. McGowan James J. Sheridan Thaddeus F. Zuber Class of 1943 Total Giving: $10,825 Participation: 39% Stanley A. Aslanian Robert J. Bazzini Richard F. Collier John P. Curran John J. Daub, Jr. Walter A. Davis Vincent C. DeBaun William J. Dennehy Raymond F. DeTuro Francis X. Feller Edward J. Grant John R. Hanlon James P. Heaney Richard K. Hurley † Robert T. Kiley Vincent Krasnica James F. Krumm Philip F. McGovern, Sr. William F. McLaughlin William T. O’Connor Joseph F. Purcell Anthony F. Turro William F. Wraga


PRESIDENT’S REPORT ALUMNI Class of 1944 Total Giving: $2,750 Participation: 28% David I. Canavan Gerald E. Devitt Francis X. Dolan † Thomas C. Fanning Carl J. Finneran Edward A. Marley  John J. Massarelli James F. McGlinchy Joseph L. O’Brien Louis J. Parisi Richard A. Phalon William P. Schomaker Francis H. Walsh Class of 1945 Total Giving: $13,687 Participation: 30% Vincent P. Butler, Jr. Frank P. Capparelli Joseph M. Cooney Frank G. Cronin Joseph P. Cummins William F. Eckert Peter T. Feury George A. Finn Joseph V. Hayden Robert P. Kane William F. Kehoe Joseph J. Lemaire George I. McCusker Ira J. McManus Thomas V. O’Keefe Joseph M. O’Leary Joseph F. Safaryn Daniel J. Sullivan Richard H. Yanni Class of 1946 Total Giving: $37,300 Participation: 41% John G. Aslanian Emil R. Borgers James M. Caulfield John W. Daneri † Ralph J. Diverio Leo P. Duffy James J. Fisher Thomas M. Flaherty  Thomas M. Foye Peter J. Gallagher

Paul G. Gannon Arnold E. Hartleb Joseph L. Hoffmann † Joseph A. Kohanski Robert F. Lang Harold T. McGovern John F. McManus John G. McNelis Stephen M. Piga Thomas E. Potter John P. Ryan Joseph F. Sullivan Francis J. Telkowski William T. Valente Charles M. Waespy Class of 1947 Total Giving: $11,760 Participation: 41% Joseph V. Braddock Robert J. Bradley Stephen F. Braun Joseph I. Budnick, IV Ronald J. Carney, Sr. Paul A. Connolly William L. Coyle James J. Craffey † James P. Dugan James J. Fallon  Edward J. Finn Gerald J. Fitzgerald James C. Gannon John F. Gellene James E. Hardiman  Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr. Timothy J. Horgan Thomas J. Lynam George F. Mucci Raymond F. Plunkett † Michael A. Prokop Charles E. Rauh William L. Reilly Edward J. Rooney Joseph T. Ryan Jerome G. Stabile Arthur S. Verdesca Howard F. Wilkes Class of 1948 Total Giving: $338,407 Participation: 31% John H. Cassedy John E. Conway

Joseph A. Corbo Frank J. Coyle Gerald J. Degnan James J. Degnan Michael A. Digravina Vincent G. Drennan Edward J. Englisby, Jr. Thomas J. Flood John D. Gillis Thomas P. Green Robert G. Jocham Edward Juchniewicz Gerald G. Kallman Edward W. Luczynski, Jr. Edward F. Marecki Andrew J. Markey Richard E. Murphy H. James Roleke, S.J John J. Russell Robert J. Shalhoub Gerald V. Sheehan Francis J. Skladany Charles J. Steele Class of 1949 Total Giving: $24,025 Participation: 31% Leo F. Ahern Lawrence M. Brady Thomas J. Brady Arnold J. Capitanelli, Jr. William J. Carducci, Jr. John F. Costello John D. Flinn Francis J. Heffron John J. Heiser August A. Hund James P. Langan Edward A. Loniewski Earle L. Markey, S.J. Gerald J. Mathews George R. McAuliffe Robert P. McDonald Charles E. Meyer Robert J. Meyer Frank P. Milone Thomas J. Murtha Robert G. O’Brien William P. Pickett  Charles F. X. Poggi Joseph A. Rizzi Bernard J. Siebel Joseph F. Taglieri

 Class Chairman † Deceased Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.

James P. Van Hook Robert C. Walsh, Sr. Stephen A. Yurko Class of 1950 Total Giving: $39,780 Participation: 57% Robert E. Bastan John J. Bergin  Walter R. Bratton Stanley J. Brzenk Robert W. Buesser Francis E. Caskey James P. Cassidy Mario J. Catani Louis E. Cella  Richard T. Cieciuch, Sr. Robert B. Cobban † Paul J. Cunningham Costantino T. Donato Robert E. Dorton Raymond V. Downes Michael J. Dunn John T. English, Jr. Donald M. Finn Kenneth R. Fitzpatrick Donald F. Hagan Richard F. Hering Robert J. Heyer David M. Humm Thomas F. Kelaher Eugene M. Kiely, Jr. George R. Krone Raymond Latchford Robert E. Lisk James H. Lyons Theodore E. Makowski James F. McGeehan Frank J. McMahon Edward H. Merrigan Michael J. Moran Robert A. Murphy John P. Murtha Walter E. Nolan Thomas J. O’Grady Joseph J. O’Neill Gerard J. Provinzano Robert V. Rack Robert J. Reynik Louis L. Rizzi Vincent J. Saunders Gregory D. Scheuermann Louis A. Sonz

James Stock, Sr. James B. Sullivan Richard F. Tambouri Kenneth von Schaumburg Charles E. Waldron Ralph A. Walter Alphonse Warczakowski Joseph T. Wickens Class of 1951 Total Giving: $39,047 Participation: 44% Michael F. Ball William J. Bate George T. Beck Sherman J. Bligh James P. Boyle Donald A. Bulwicz Thomas J. Canty John H. Connolly Francis Cozzarelli William A. Feury Edward J. Glynn John J. Glynn Richard E. Granda Frederick G. Haubold Albert F. Haussener William E. Indyk Patrick J. Keenan Robert J. Kinsey Paul E. La Roche John G. Maresca Donald J. Margoli Gabriel A. Massaro Robert A. McNamara  William A. Muller Michael J. Murphy Theodore J. Natoli Eugene J. Nebelung Hubert J. O’Toole Joseph A. Pardo John P. Rafter William J. Rollins George D. Rooney Richard A. Rutkowski George J. Stauble Donald E. Sullivan Alfred C. Szczesny Benedict M. Taylor John M. Walsh Patrick J. Washam David A. Weeks John B. Wehrlen

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT George C. Willenborg Benjamin H. Winters John G. Yorey Leo J. Zatta, Jr. Class of 1952 Total Giving: $16,430 Participation: 37% Charles D. Bathman Leo P. Bergin James R. Burns Raymond F. Cappock Charles T. Carney Michael E. Cozine John J. Danielson Raymond J. Doles John F. Erath John J. Falco Thomas G. Fallon Vincent J. Farrell John C. Fink Joseph A. Foran John E. Keating Russell J. Kennedy Frederick W. Kile Joseph L. Konzelman Richard M. Larkin Vincent Manna Robert P. Moran Albert E. Mullin, Jr. David A. Nicolette John L. O’Reilly Patrick T. Osborne Charles A. Osinski Edward S. Purcell, Jr. Robert R. Regan William A. Rickard Howard Ruskie Robert D. Ryan George W. Shabet Peter P. Slagus Charles E. Starkey William J. Watters, S.J. Joseph G. Weiss John A. Wickens J. Paul Zanowski Class of 1953 Total Giving: $36,208 Participation: 46% Francis X. Alerine Michael K. Ball Peter B. Boyne 22

Walter J. Canzonier Charles M. Collins John M. Corcoran  William G. Davis † James Deveney James J. Dugan Eugene J. Dussich James J. Finnerty, Jr. John L. Fitzgerald William O. Forster Walter A. Gadomski Thomas M. Gaggin John J. Hanlon J. Norris Harding Robert W. Harkins Mortimer J. Harvey Timothy F. Harvey David M. Heller  Joseph P. Herlihy Vincent E. Hull Eugene T. Kennedy B. Melvin Kiernan Thomas J. King Robert T. Mahon David C. Markey John P. McBride James J. McDonough Terence J. McGurn Peter K. Mills John J. Morano Christopher F. Morgan William R. Moser James H. Muller Maynard G. Nagengast Donald J. Noone Stanley T. Pardo Gregory F. Pearson Richard B. Ruchalski Lawrence F. Sarno F. P. Scheuermann David L. Schreck Richard O. Scott George L. Sommers William J. Spendley Thomas J. Sullivan Joseph D. Thomas Louis A. Weber Raymond G. Weeks Chester J. Zegler Eugene L. Zindel † Alfred H. Zywicki

ALUMNI Class of 1954 Total Giving: $40,974 Participation: 49% Raymond E. Bammer Francis X. Bergen John M. Boyle James J. Brady Robert F. Buss James P. Byrne James G. Cairoli Robert M. Carducci Thomas M. Cashman Edward M. Clune Robert A. Contey James G. Coyle Victor DeMattia John L. Donnelly  William H. Donnelly Francis Downes Laurence T. Fell Francis L. Ferrante Robert J. Fiocco Michael A. Giglio Henry Gioia Francis G. Grather Stephen M. Gresdo John F. Kennedy George J. King James T. Kontje Kenneth F. Kunzman Donald R. Lee Nicholas J. Mangelli Terence B. Matthews Frank A. McConville James A. McLaughlin, Jr. John P. McManus Thomas J. Meloro  Francis J. Mertz James L. Merz John A. Miele Kenneth X. Miles Raymond F. Moran Dennis F. Murphy Raphael Murray Robert J. Orzack John R. Papp Louis Pochettino Raymond J. Porzio David A. Quinn James E. Reilly Robert J. Robertory Daniel C. Robeson Henry J. Rusman

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Liam J. Ryan Robert C. Schwarze Michael J. Sherlock Charles E. Shipley Frank J. Sofio William A. Tyrka John J. Vill Thomas E. Walsh David M. Williams Donald J. Williamson Class of 1955 Total Giving: $52,876 Participation: 48% Donald E. Alecci Raymond D. Aumack  Frank Ashe Anthony P. Balestrieri Victor F. Banko John W. Barabas Stephen P. Beiter Thomas F. Bejgrowicz Richard A. Biribin Edward M. Bolger Roger W. Breslin, Jr. Michael J. Burke Charles P. Candurra John A. Caruccio Joseph F. Cash Anthony Centodocati Howard C. Clutterbuck Victor Collins Charles A. Colombo Patrick D. Conaghan Robert R. Corke Eugene E. Corrigan William J. Cozine Joseph T. Cunnane Harold J. Doherty John P. Doran Anthony F. Dorrzapf, Jr. Vincent J. Doyle Richard E. Duffy Robert R. Esti Anthony S. Fiedorowicz William D. Finn John R. Fitzhenry Alan G. Fitzpatrick Thomas J. Foley Peter Fordi John M. Golaszewski Robert D. Hampton Joseph A. Haviland

Robert E. Hunt Thomas R. Keating Richard G. Keller William J. Kemple Thomas Kilcoyne Louis J. Klein Robert J. Koeppe William A. Macchi Carl L. Mason Andrew J. Matthews John P. McIntyre, Jr. William J. Monahan, Jr. John J. Montagu, Jr. Raymond T. Morrissey John B. Mullen Patrick J. Nestor John J. Nies William J. Novak James M. O’Brien Francis R. O’Donnell Vernal F. Piantanida Ronald J. Pozzi Edward F. Reid Anthony C. Rosone Thomas A. Schember Richard M. Shalhoub Thomas J. Shanahan Robert E. Sommerlad John R. Sullivan Donald J. Unger Thomas F. Walsh Andrew N. Warwick William F. Welsh E. Norman Wilson Louis A. Zircher Class of 1956 Total Giving: $40,469 Participation: 35% Richard P. Barnitt Stephen T. Barry Charles J. Beirne, S.J. † Joseph A. Bonanno Eugene C. Boyle  Joseph V. Burakevich Thomas W. Burke Robert N. Caruso Michael F. Cocca Paul T. Conway John J. Corcoran John F. Crotty Charles M. DeFuccio Paul T. DeVries


PRESIDENT’S REPORT ALUMNI Vincent R. Driscoll John J. Fay Frank H. Felice John J. Ferrara Richard J. Gelson Franklin D. Gregory Ralph L. Guenther James E. Hackett William J. Haggerty James J. Hannan Emil C. Herkert Michael J. Higgins Thomas A. Hogan Michael D. Hurley Francis C. Iacobelli Terence J. Kennedy James M. Kiernan John P. Kip Salvatore F. La Forgia Gerald P. Lally Patrick M. McGrath Francis M. McInerney James J. McKeever Hugh J. McManus Raymond D. Novak † Thomas W. O’Toole Francis J. Pomper Peter J. Quinn William F. Richardson George M. Richvalsky Pasquale N. Sciancalepore John A. Stapienski Edward M. Ulicki Richard S. Urso Albert J. Vidovich Charles F. Voorhees Marcel E. Wagner, Jr. Gerald A. Yates Class of 1957 Total Giving: $356,491 Participation: 56% Anthony Arlotto John A. Balchunas William J. Bell John W. Black George Blaney William J. Borden Edward J. Borrone Lawrence P. Brady, Jr. Robert J. Brauman Vincent F. Brennan Gerard R. Brill

Arthur J. Brown Frederick F. Burns Nicholas A. Cannarozzi Louis A. Cappadona John B. Cassidy Phillip J. Catanzaro William G. Cembor Kevin J. Collins Frank S. Contey Brian E. Daley, S.J. Martin P. Daly Richard Del Boccio Patrick J. Downes Thomas J. Dwyer, Jr. Robert L. Fink Gregory G. Gannon William J. Garry John G. Gisondi Charles M. Glashausser Robert P. Groesbeck Paul M. Guyet, Sr. William H. Haemmerle Robert S. Harney Theodore J. Heiart Raymond A. Hoag John R. Hogan Thomas J. Hogan Vincent J. Horn Anthony J. Jaswinski Thomas J. Karaty Edward P. Kearns John F. Kropke James N. Kyriazis Bernard F. Langan Frank Massaro John P. McGovern Louis F. Micca George G. Molito Edwin P. Murray James P. O’Connor Ferdinand S. Pieroni Francis P. Piscal George Podurgiel Robert C. Pollock, Jr. Raymond M. Ralph Michael P. Ring Frank J. Ruocco Charles A. Sabino John J. Santianna John E. Savage  George B. Schadewald Donald W. Schlicher Joseph A. Scoma

William B. Serrani Michael J. Sheyker Robert J. Sinnott John S. Sirotniak Richard Skinner William J. Spataro John F. Stanton Carl A. Stetz David M. Stevens Joseph E. Stevens Edward W. Strugala James E. Tuttle Joseph W. Unterkofler, Jr. John J. Verdon, Jr. Paul F. Vinger Michael J. Wallace Joseph E. Waters Mark S. White Lewis E. Williams David J. Wright Class of 1958 Total Giving: $78,345 Participation: 65% James J. Albers George W. Armbruster Frederick J. Baran James Barrett Thomas J. Belton Roger Bernhammer Raymond J. Bielicki Dennis M. Bier Michael F. Bodner Michael F. Bonifanti Edward G. Bradley Walter A. Braun N. Thomas Brescia Frank Brzenk Edward J. Burke Phillip J. Campana Edmund J. Campbell John J. Charles Edward T. Ciliberti Robert B. Comizzoli David A. Connolly John D. Conroy Richard A. Cosgrove Thomas F. X. Cunningham Michael F. Curtin Ralph A. DeSevo J. Michael Doherty Joseph J. Donnelly Peter J. Donnelly

 Class Chairman † Deceased Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.

Richard M. Donovan F. Gerard Drummond Brian E. Dugan G. Denis Dwyer Edward J. Ellis Michael G. Feehan Cosmo F. Ferrara Robert Filoramo Thomas B. Finn, Sr. John P. Ford Nelson J. Fullam Richard J. Gaven John H. Gavin Frank V. Geremia Arthur C. Golubiewski Michael L. Grabler Vincent A. Grillo Edward L. Hannon Michael W. Hayes James B. Heaney Charles V. Juelke Ernst K. Just John M. Katko John R. Kennedy James B. Kozmor Santo LoRicco Joseph P. Machewirth Gregory C. Machler Gerald R. Magliano Allan M. McCarthy Richard P. McConville William G. McDonough John P. McHale Walter E. McInerney  Donald C. McLaughlin Donald G. Melega † Francis J. Meola James T. Messano Wolodymyr Mohuchy Anthony J. Montone, Jr. William J. Morrissey Joseph Muskin Anthony S. Neusch Peter J. Norton Peter J. O’Connor Thomas H. O’Mara Randolph F. Orlowski Alfred J. Paquin John W. Petrozzi George D. Pierro Robert M. Pipchick Roi L. Plasse Thomas R. Reilly

Robert V. Rezzonico John J. Ricci Joseph G. Rodino Edward P. Rumain William E. Savage William J. Shalhoub Patrick J. Slattery John J. Szeigis Henry Teuwen Arthur A. Trott William J. Turnier Joseph G. Urciuoli Henry O. Wefing, Jr. Bernard A. Whalen Edward J. Wilczynski Gary R. Wiley William P. Wittman Charles D. Woodall John E. Zamarra William J. Zuberbuhler Class of 1959 Total Giving: $37,847 Participation: 40% Edward A. Alberque, Jr.  John D. Buffington Walter D. Carroll Joseph T. Cassidy John P. Chibbaro Frank R. Ciesla Emanuel J. Comandatore John A. Constance Joseph J. Contreras Arthur J. Coradine John V. Cozzi James P. Crane Arthur J. Crosta Michael J. Curry Dennis J. Dailey Edward R. DeLaura Frank M. Donato John D. Dow Robert E. Downes Robert J. Duda Philip Dunne Arthur C. Fabian Thomas W. Floyd David E. Fogarty David J. Gallagher Lawrence Gladysz William C. Habert Kenneth R. Hampton Alfred V. Hanley

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT David J. Harper Dominick J. Hart James J. Horrigan Daniel J. Hussey John J. Imperial Paul T. Jordan Thomas J. Kennedy Frank X. Ketterer Robert K. Kibbler John M. Korn Charles A. Kouvel Joseph W. Kukura † Roger J. LaGratta Lawrence W. Levine Edmund E. Lynch Richard J. Macchia Gerald F. Manna Philip R. Martorelli Dennis J. McAuliffe Mark E. McGovern Michael J. Menditto Robert O. Modarelli Vincent J. Murray Richard J. O’Brien George G. Pappas Lewis G. Pascalli Joseph M. Rabbia John R. Riordan Michael T. Ruane Daniel I. Russell Joseph P. Russoniello Ronald J. Ruszkowski Alfred H. Sauer Robert E. Scully Robert Selinske John C. Spadora Richard J. Stomber Lawrence M. Tuzzo Barry J. Tyne Ronald J. Vignone Dennis R. Walsh Donald L. Whipple Charles S. Zanowski George W. Zuorick Class of 1960 Total Giving: $276,060 Participation: 34% Nicholas P. Acocella Harold J. Augliera James F. Bald, Jr. James E. Bambrick  John J. Behson, Jr. 24

Robert J. Bison John F. Bowman Donald J. Brennan Richard S. Brzenk Robert L. Cerciello William P. Connors Thomas J. Coyle Thomas J. Dolan Richard J. Doyle J. Gregory Drummond Thomas W. Duncan John W. Flesey Eugene G. Galvin Philip J. Gianfredi Raymond A. Gibney Andrew J. Gonos Perry Iannaconi Thomas J. Jennings Donald J. Keating James P. Kelly, Jr. Robert J. Kelly John J. Kirkowski Clifford R. Lauterhahn Peter J. Lavitola Dennis A. Lewis William A. Lindsay James P. Linehan  Anthony R. Martucci Peter E. McCarren Thomas E. McFeely George A. Meluso Joseph A. Metro Francis X. Mollenhauer Walter R. Mueller Dominic J. Mustello John P. Nulty Dennis T. O’Brien Edward T. O’Connor, Jr. Robert F. Peirano Thomas J. Polk Joseph J. Ranieri Frank M. Reuter James N. Richardson Arthur B. Schute Richard Somma John J. Swetits John R. Ubhaus Donald F. Ullmann John B. Wefing

ALUMNI Class of 1961 Total Giving: $48,263 Participation: 24% Thomas J. Barkalow James J. Barry George P. Bull Eugene F. Burke Anthony F. Caggiano Joseph G. Cardiello Joseph J. Carr Thomas J. Cleary Thomas M. Crimmins Thomas F. Curry Wellington J. Davis, Jr.  Frank A. DeCicco Joseph A. DeMartino James F. Donohue James P. Dugan Raymond J. Eichler Richard S. Farrell John D. Gawlik Richard A. Graddock Stephen B. Haggerty John T. Harnett Denis I. Howe Francis H. Koch Peter Korn George D. Maraza John J. Maroney Paul A. McGee Thomas J. McLaughlin John J. Meehan Ernest F. Mezey Charles R. Parker John A. Ridley Ronald S. Rock Gerard J. Roerty Charles G. Sanders Joseph A. Santangelo, Jr. William C. Sinnott James W. Smith Henry P. Troy Class of 1962 Total Giving: $58,290 Participation: 36% Michael R. Agresta Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. Alexander W. Booth, Jr. Joseph D. Bozza Frank M. Cappadona Charles D. Cheek Joseph A. Cleary

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Edward T. Corrigan Thomas F. Cosgrove Louis A. Cuccaro Kenneth J. Decina Anthony J. Del Tufo Robert W. Dempsey Edward T. Devlin Robert J. Doherty George M. Dooris Bernard D. Dugan Dennis A. Dwyer John C. Elliott Ronald D. Gherardi Thomas J. Goger Edward A. Gorski Dennis M. Griffin David J. Healy William E. Higgins Gregory P. Hochstein William G. Holy Denis E. Hruza, Sr. Richard W. Jacobs John A. Kakolewski John P. Kelly  Michael J. Kennedy John G. Kirincich Edward F. Kosnik John R. Kutney Charles McAuliffe Joseph V. McCarthy Nicholas J. Micucci John R. Middleton Richard D. Moriarty Robert J. Myers Louis P. Nasif William J. Netchert Frank M. Nicoletti John F. O’Halloran John G. Pappas Joseph P. Parkes, S.J. Gabriel J. Pompeo Robert J. Quackenbush Stephen F. Riordan James A. Romano Joseph W. Sack Charles S. Shiverick Joseph J. Silva Richard J. Singler, Jr. Thomas E. Smith Francis X. Spizziri James C. Stokes Francis A. Tedeschi Anthony M. Tonzola

Eugene E. Torpey Thomas J. Tudisco Arthur J. Williams Stanley M. Zaborowski Class of 1963 Total Giving: $87,043 Participation: 23% Joseph C. Armbruster Bernard J. Berry, Jr. Anthony E. Blumetti Mark E. Branon Mark A. Carroll Daniel F. Cody, Jr. Douglas H. Contreras Thomas B. Curtin Robert J. Dobis Richard K. Donnelly Frederick W. Ducca John H. Emmons Frank M. Esposito John J. Feehan, Jr. F. Gerald Fitzpatrick Thomas M. Gorrie Michael W. Granwehr Edmund C. Heskin, Jr. William H. Hill Gregory S. Hrebiniak William J. Keller Paul J. Kelly Richard A. Kelly John J. Kennedy Robert M. Kopki A. Barry LaForgia Stephen I. Lembo Paul R. Lempa † Wayne P. Marshall Gerald D. McCarthy Arthur Moreau Paul K. Napoli  Donald A. Riedlinger George F. Schilp, Jr. Mark P. Scully Richard S. Skoblar Patrick T. Wallace John A. Ward, III Richard F. Westphal Raymond M. Zarnowski


PRESIDENT’S REPORT ALUMNI Class of 1964 Total Giving: $29,765 Participation: 27% Richard Balcerzak Raymond W. Berberich Bernard C. Brady John L. Butler Anthony J. Calabrese Charles A. Cappiccille James E. Colligan, III Robert J. Diesner Daniel J. Donahue James R. Donnelly Thomas J. Dougherty George J. Duva James J. Egan Michael J. Gravino Andrew J. Guzo James Haemmerle Damian Hansen William M. Hayevy Kazimierz J. Herchold Donald E. Kelly Thomas J. Kelly William F. Kelly Howard Knapp Peter J. Koch Charles R. Kuzminski Fredrick J. Lau Charles P. Martowlis James Matthews William McCahill Paul J. McGovern Joseph M. McManus Vincent P. McTighe John P. Miller W. C. Mortenson, Jr. Steven R. Murphy Joseph C. Napoli Paul E. Newell Daniel J. O’Connor Jeffrey P. Quirk Ronald R. Regan Robert W. Richards Michael J. Simmons Frank Sorochen Joseph A. Terranova Henry A. Terwedow, Jr. Paul A. Truszkowski Joseph F. Wajszczuk John M. Walsh Bruce V. Zeman

Class of 1965 Total Giving: $49,908 Participation: 27% John B. Ayres Peter S. Babits Richard V. Baker John F. Baldovin, S.J. Edward BonGiovanni Michael A. Bronowich John P. Caravello Thomas J. Chromey Martin J. Conlon William H. Connolly, Jr. Daniel A. Crifo Joseph V. Cullum Jerry Dailey Ronald D. Demiglio Kenneth Devins Edward C. Fedak David P. Finn, Sr. Donald P. Finnerty Frank J. Fischl, Jr. Philip F. Frezzo Michael J. Gallagher Robert J. Genatt Raymond F. Grzybowski Timothy J. Hawkes Wayne C. Hoffman Edward R. Kealy Andrew J. Kubica Thomas J. Leane Frank J. Murphy Wayne D. Nystrom Joseph T. O’Donnell, Jr. Steven T. Pandolfo Eugene T. Paolino Joseph E. Pilla Michael R. Polcari Gregory C. Riso John M. Rusnak James J. Seaman Richard S. Secare William Sette James P. Van Etten Joseph M. White George R. Witterschein Kenneth J. Zienkiewicz Class of 1966 Total Giving: $95,755 Participation: 36% James M. Blaney Anthony Bryk

Ronald M. Brzenk Francis A. Bulzis John F. Casper Louis F. Castelli John J. Curley James A. Daurio Edward J. DePascale Robert B. Donovan Joseph G. Dunn Dennis J. Enright Robert J. Fischer, Jr. Brian G. Fitzpatrick Richard C. Fleischer Robert J. Frees Louis A. Fucito Stephen T. Gorbos Robert J. Gormley Eugene T. Gough Joseph M. Hartnett William T. Hilliard Frederick J. Jacques, Jr. John J. Janasie Carl H. Kaminski Patrick F. Kane Charles F. Kenny, Jr. Raymond V. Kilkenny Theodore E. Kwiatkowski Paul P. Lamb Joseph M. Leone Peter P. Malecki V. James Mann Ronald J. Marczewski Joseph A. Maresca John J. Monahan Cosmo A. Mongiello Patrick J. Montesano Bruce M. Paoloni Stephen G. Pello George A. Peterson Peter D. Pizzuto Kenneth J. Quinn James M. Richard Dennis F. Rizzo John A. Russell James F. Ryan, Jr.  Matthew E. Saccente Alfred Sattelberger Michael I. Scott Stephen V. Sekel William F. Sexton William J. Skorupski George J. Smith Francis X. Spillane

 Class Chairman † Deceased Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.

Joseph P. Stancati Gerald P. Tyne Frank M. Vaccarino Kevin J. Ward Stephen L. Weigert Raymond F. Yannuzzi Victor T. Zarrilli Ronald J. Zawacki Robert Zeman Class of 1967 Total Giving: $22,485 Participation: 44% Michael J. Anthony Robert T. Armistead Ernest J. Baker James P. Barton Thomas J. Belton Gerald R. Blaszczak Thomas D. Cahill Frank X. Cardiello John C. Carmody Neil Catapano Glenn M. Colacurci William D. Cummings Daniel A. D’Alessandro Robert M. Datzko Sergio C. DeBari Paul A. Deibel Carl S. DeLorenzo Vincent I. Drobny, Jr. James F. Dronzek Richard Drozd † John F. Duffy Thomas K. Dwyer Robert Fabio Vincent A. Fusco John R. Garbarino Ronald Goppold Walter J. Greenhalgh Joseph Grillo Michael P. Gurney Henry J. Hamilton James D. Healy Joseph P. Hearns  Robert W. Hohneker Patrick Hughes Mark J. Iannini Walter S. Jaronski Andrew J. Jaz Theodore J. Kirby Richard J. Kirkeby Paul J. Kulkosky

Thomas M. Kusen Charles T. Lanktree Edward T. Larkin Lawrence T. Lawler, Jr. Gregory T. Loftus Thomas C. Longendyke John MacIntyre Martin J. Mackin L. Keith Madison John D. Manna Harold V. McKenna Timothy J. Mercier Gary A. Monteforte Paul A. Mottola Daniel J. Murawinski Dennis A. Murphy Thomas P. Murphy Thomas A. Newton Robert W. Nodine Robert E. Nolan James J. O’Connor James A. Pilla Thomas M. Podesta Michael T. Reilly James M. Renga Edward D. Riedlinger Gregory E. Riley Matthew A. Rooney Leonard T. Safford Joseph A. Scerbo Paul J. Simonetti Edward J. Truskowski Joseph J. Warzenski Class of 1968 Total Giving: $59,672 Participation: 21% Anthony T. Annunziato Kevin J. Avery George F. Barnes, Jr. Dennis K. Barry Stephen A. Bloom Thomas C. Carola Joseph K. Cooney Edmund P. Dillon Louis R. Erhardt Patrick J. Evans George A. Fleck John F. Garibaldi Robert B. Giovenco Robert F. Glowacky Peter G. Glushko John M. Golashesky

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT Jonathan J. Hammer Robert M. Kay Thomas C. Kiely Daniel P. Kinahan Daniel F. Lally Robert A. Martelli Nicholas G. Matin James A. McCoy Patrick J. McGovern Richard T. Michalowski Anthony Panariello Thaddeus Paprocki Gregory P. Polonica Ronald P. Prezioso Thomas D. Ruane John K. Ryan Patrick J. Ryan Bernard T. Schumacher David V. Scian Donald G. Shalhoub Dennis M. Sheridan Walter A. Sinopoli Frank Sokolik Dennis J. Stinziano Stephen Thomsen John S. Tochko Steven J. Tomaszeski Joseph C. Weiss Class of 1969 Total Giving: $25,023 Participation: 25% Glenn Annan-Brady Stanley V. Baginski Joseph E. Bannon Robert W. Barkovitz David J. Barry Robert M. Benedetti Robert P. Broderick Marc Cozzetta Bernard J. Doherty James J. Doolan, Jr. Charles P. Doyle T. J. Elliott Ken Feduniewicz Julius C. Forhecz John F. Hamill Edward G. Hinte Edward F. Hrinewski Paul Kokosinski Stephen P. Kozakewich Alfred A. La Gratta Louis J. Liberatore 26

Eli F. Lizza Edward R. Mackiewicz James G. McGuinness David M. McGuire Francis A. McGuire Thomas J. Murphy Martin P. O’Connor Charles J. Olsen Fredrick J. Paternoster Stanley R. Plust John J. Pron Richard F. X. Regan Dennis M. Reznick Michael K. Sawicz Robert Scher Gregory A. Schneider Leo J. Spaccavento Robert J. Szewczyk Ronald R. Szmerda Vincent J. Tavormina Stephen I. Totaro John T. Waldron Class of 1970 Total Giving: $57,861 Participation: 28% Richard W. Agresta Anthony Alosco Gary D. Amato Thomas J. Booth James T. Bulzis John G. Byram John P. Callahan Thomas G. Chiccone Ralph C. Citarella, Sr. Kevin M. Crociani August J. Daquila Michael J. Donohue John P. Fencik Vito J. Germinario Anthony F. Giordano Michael Gratale Gaetano T. Gregory George P. Gurdak James C. Horan William R. Horan Leo J. Hurley Albert Knight Robert J. Kozar Harold J. Lachnicht Joel Lafrano Ralph J. Lamparello Lawrence J. Lewis

ALUMNI Michael L. Lynch Raymond J. Marszalowicz James A. McDonald, Jr. William J. McGovern, III Richard F. McMahon Michael R. Milano  James E. Murphy Michael Nemeth Richard M. Newton David P. Ockay Neil O’Connor Denis J. O’Sullivan Richard Pompliano Harvey Rubinstein Brian G. Salisbury Alexander M. Santora Frederick W. Stevens, Jr. Edward J. Suczewski Mark D. Swiney Michael Thomas Randolph A. Walther E. Peter Wolf Thomas M. Zappia Class of 1971 Total Giving: $670,401 Participation: 33% George J. Ambrosio Paul L. Audet Richard J. Baker Peter P. Begans Mark P. Bender Michael J. Besante Michael Blaney Arthur F. Blood Donald E. Blumenfeld Charles A. Booth John E. Bradley Donald G. Brady Thomas J. Butler John R. Cangemi Joseph A. Cascio † John V. Caulfield Gerard T. Chiara Joseph M. Cioffi John I. Ciuppa Paul D. Colford Edward V. Connell Philip Connelly William E. Conrad Rocco Conti Gerard De Man, Jr. Peter Dimatteo

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John F. Fisher John B. Foley Michael S. Giannotto William R. Hamill Michael F. Healy Stanley Hreniuk Joseph J. La Pilusa Patrick T. Lipka Alfonse Mannato Michael Masone Gregory V. Mauriello Thomas P. McGinty Kenneth R. Miller James G. Mortenson Douglas W. Noonan S. Andrew Ostapski Joseph M. Petri Stephen Pingree Drew Portfolio Richard J. Reid Charles V. Russell J. P. Schaetzle  Richard A. Sheils, Jr. John W. Tavormina Michael Venditti, Jr. Robert J. Warner Robert T. Zito Class of 1972 Total Giving: $50,655 Participation: 25% William L. Bouregy William Bracey Raymond A. Bucko, S.J. John Calandriello Paul J. Callahan Donald M. Cannavale Robert J. Carroll Stephen C. Caruana John P. Collins John L. Costello, Jr. John J. Crosby, III Kevin A. Cummings Joseph R. DePasquale David Descalzi Daniel F. Downey Paul T. Dully George F. Faherty Thomas P. Ferrera John M. Furka John P. Gallagher Kevin M. Glennon Richard J. Hayes

Peter A. Hickey Anthony J. Johnstone John P. Keilp John V. Laffan Donald W. Landry Dennis J. LaRusso John M. McAdam Patrick W. McGovern Robert J. Mernar Mark E. Morchel James M. Mullin Gene L. Noce Anthony S. Piszel Gary F. Porter Donald R. Rasmusson, Jr.  John J. Reilly Mark A. Rizzo Bruce R. Sabatini John J. Serpico Michael A. Tozzi Michael D. Walter Class of 1973 Total Giving: $36,949 Participation: 25% Kenneth Albers, Jr. Andrew A. Ballerini Gary P. Cardiello Robert J. Colacurcio  Christopher J. Colford James F. Collins, Jr. James P. Croghan, S.J. Michael DeSalvo Paul F. Diverio Carl P. Fuardo Alfred J. Gillio John Grant Sigmund S. Grudzinski Thomas R. Jago Mark M. Krautheim Robert Lalli Thomas J. Lally Thomas S. Larson Eugene Lenahan Samuel LoPresti Kenneth Mahler Steven L. Malavarca Anthony W. Marsh George McGowan Michael G. McGuinness Thomas Moore Kevin A. Mulrain Joseph M. Murray


PRESIDENT’S REPORT ALUMNI Patrick V. Pace Leonard Pasculli John J. Petrizzo Ralph W. Quaglia Edward D. Ricchiuto Raymond Roginski Anthony L. Romano, Jr. William J. Ruane Ralph Sarkisian Raymond Schultz Stephen M. Smith Richard J. Smolucha Vincent C. Stagnitto George T. Taite Robert G. Waldron Class of 1974 Total Giving: $49,971 Participation: 20% Manuel F. Alvarez George C. Barry Richard J. Bender Patrick F. Callahan, III Robert Calvanico John T. Chester Peter G. Colford Louis Diangelo Bart Erbach Robert F. X. Feeney  Paul N. Florio James P. Frees Edward K. Hamill Gary Holt Thomas I. Kennedy George A. Krol Charles M. Lizza Joseph P. Marmora, Jr. Edmund Mizerek, Jr. Anthony Monterisi Timothy J. Mortenson Thomas J. Murphy Joseph C. O’Connell Samuel D. Polese Mark J. Ricciardi Kevin J. Riordan Paul J. Roses Edward P. Siems Dennis A. Sperduto H. Kevin Stogran Garrick J. Stoldt Francis A. Tedesco Steven Tochko John A. Tyrrell

Bruce Woerner Paul J. Wolf Class of 1975 Total Giving: $30,605 Participation: 15% William J. Ahearn  Ralph Aquila Robert Aviles James F. Begans Joseph T. Calabria Leo F. Campbell Matthew J. Crosson Frank A. D’Amelio Joseph H. Frank David M. Gaddis Thomas J. Gibson Vincent J. Gramuglia John A. Gurdak Anthony P. LaRocco William P. Loelius Patrick J. Maloney Gerard P. Maresca Mark N. Mauriello Francis J. McGovern Thomas McGovern Russell P. Morley Marc E. Mruz Robert K. Reddington Richard M. Terek Class of 1976 Total Giving: $20,675 Participation: 14% Steven C. Beach Thomas J. Brophy Joseph J. Caldas Leonard Cannarozzi, Jr. Joseph R. Doren, Jr. Mark P. Emerson Mark S. Fallon Terence M. Feeney John T. Honan Daniel G. Jablonski George P. Kuch Timothy H. Mahler Philip F. McGovern, Jr. Michael A. Meese Salvatore A. Moscatello, Jr. Stephen M. O’Sullivan Charles M. Pfeifer Joseph C. Piperato John J. Smith 

Dante A. Sorrenti Thomas P. Specian Keith K. West Mark K. Wyville Robert J. Zeller Paul Zielinski Class of 1977 Total Giving: $48,911 Participation: 17% Christopher R. Barry John J. Bauer David P. Caulfield Daniel Y. Chu Michael J. DeMarco Thomas J. Favia, Jr. William M. Filon Peter J. Gargiulo Thomas E. Gill Thomas H. Jozefiak Jeffrey Kaczka Russell Kennedy Robert Krasowski John M. Lillis Paul D. Martucci Daniel R. Massarelli William E. McCusker Patrick J. McNamara William F. Oser, Jr. Stephen J. Piersa Michael J. Rhim James G. Rizzo  Gerard C. Saponara Michael A. Sawyer Robert J. Spearing Anthony J. Squillaro Kevin P. Stokes Elia P. Vanechanos Class of 1978 Total Giving: $17,083 Participation: 25% James E. Addas Steven Alonso Perry Bellino Paul F. Bullock Kevin E. Carter Paul Ciesmelewski Hernando Defex Joseph Dickinson Vincent J. Donatacci James C. Dowden Robert L. Duncan

 Class Chairman † Deceased Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.

James J. Feeney Anthony S. Ferrara Thomas J. Foley Michael B. Gallagher Edward A. Hartnett Thomas Hyland John L. Johnson Anthony E. Keating Christopher L. Mahler Michael Mastowski Patrick McGrath Joseph F. Mesgleski Kevin T. Murtha Joseph Oldakowski Donald M. Onorato, Jr. Ira Owens Victor J. Paparazzo Matthew J. Peterkin Philip E. Pritzlaff, Jr. Charles E. Rogers David K. Rolek Martin J. Roszkowski Joseph F. Scutellaro, Jr. Taras Y. Sochan Robert Triebe Christopher J. Zegler Class of 1979 Total Giving: $23,880 Participation: 23% Daniel Baumgartner Edward C. Capparelli Arthur Cifelli Kevin M. Cullen Mark DeMarco Paul Erhardt Mark Fabyanski Frank Free, III Thomas J. Gangemi, III Michael Glennon James F. Hague Greg Herenda Richard G. Kabrt Michael J. Kennedy Thomas E. Kilkenny John P. Lynch Timothy J. Mahoney Kenneth T. Maloney Thomas D. Mauriello Joseph A. Michalik Charles O’Reilly William T. Petrick Joseph F. Popovich

John R. Raslowsky, II Peter G. Rasmusson John F. Richardson Thomas M. Schember Richard D. Schwartz Mario Valenciano Peter A. Vardakis John M. Veltre David J. Viggiano Joseph Villanella Mark Youngclaus Class of 1980 Total Giving: $10,480 Participation: 30% Michael K. Airey Anthony C. Armagno Patrick Cappiello Sean Clancy Philip M. Czochanski Roger Dumadag Sergio L. Duran John T. Feeney  Michael J. Giambalvo Ruel D. Holgado James T. Kane, Jr. Christopher P. Kern Richard J. Kist Gregory R. Lallo Stephen Langevin John Latella Thomas S. Liccardo William Lillis Joseph Luppino Frank P. Malvasi Joseph A. Massarelli Harold McDonald William McDonough Vincent D. McGeehan Gregory Morrison Sean O’Kane Daniel Quinn Thor Scherer Terrence J. Sekel Ihor Shevchuk Paul E. Venino Anthony Viggiano Benjamin J. Williams Thomas Wyville Craig J. Zegler Albert J. Zolli, Jr.

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT Class of 1981 Total Giving: $19,754 Participation: 17% Daniel A. Apruzzese Joseph G. Bawiec Patrick A. Bonner Michael B. Botyrius James J. Buonavolonta Sam T. Christopher Brian J. Colford Richard F. Connors Anthony F. DeCicco James J. Donofrio Gabriel F. Doria John J. Finn Terence W. Hayes Christopher S. Hudik John J. Kaplan Christopher S. Lally Richard M. Larkin Patrick Lee Gerald T. Madden Anthony J. Marchitto Thomas J. Monaco Brian O. Nevins John G. O’Connell Curt J. Philipczak Thomas W. Richardson Robert A. Schwartz Kenneth D. Walter Class of 1982 Total Giving: $10,065 Participation: 24% Anthony Alaimo Oliver J. Armas Henry J. Borchers, III Charles G. Cresci Peter Crivelli Brian J. Cummings, S.S.E. Vincent T. D’Agostino Marc S. Denny Orlando Esposito David E. Finn, Sr.  John W. Hughes Kevin M. Larkin Theodore M. Lowicki Edward J. Macchi Michael W. Melnick Richard C. Mulcahy Joseph G. Murphy Timothy A. O’Connell Matthew P. Pawlikowski Christopher A. Piparo 28

Jesus A. Prieto Darrin M. Reznick John F. Roake Mario Sasso, Jr. Leon M. Suty Michael A. Valentino Neil E. Ward Brian P. Winfield Class of 1983 Total Giving: $109,120 Participation: 26% Michael Acanfora Edward Bono John Cappadoccia Dennis J. Crowley Sebastian M. D’Elia Bassem Demian David M. Dowden  Patrick A. Drennan Mark H. Englert Thomas B. Finn, Jr. James P. Gallagher Angelo R. Giacchi Mark D. Hogan John T. Irvine  James Kerwin Jon Kroeper Paul LaBruno Ismael Maisonet Michael J. McGeehan, III Steven J. McGill John T. McSharry, III Athan M. Mergus William Morrissey Joseph F. Murphy Keith A. Neuschwanter Joseph Nicoletti Gaetano A. Ricciardone Kevin J. Russell Paul A. Rutch William G. Savino Roman A. Sukiennik Leonard H. Van Orden Joseph C. Veniero Thomas Ventrone Thomas R. Walters Class of 1984 Total Giving: $14,459 Participation: 17% William E. Bate Michael E. Boyle

ALUMNI Edward M. Chiappara Frank A. Ciatto Gavin S. Cummings John D. DeSimone, Jr. Vincent B. DiDomenico, Jr. Thomas V. Dougherty Ronald A. Filak Michael G. Granelli Charles J. Harrington William A. Herenda Charles Huh Michael G. Kane Christopher N. Monico James H. Murphy  Daniel P. Onorato Mark A. Polemeni Craig S. Richards John T. Ryan Robert X. Scheurer, III Albert J. Vargas Christopher Wood

Samuel R. De Luca, Jr. Patrick Dunn Stephen M. Dutkiewicz Christopher Falco Manuel T. Galang, Jr. Douglas R. Gronda Daniel Hanks David M. LaBruno Joseph Mancino James G. McDermott Allan J. McLeod William Neafsey Robert Nestor William O. Perkins Frederic J. Regenye Scott H. Sari William Scheurer Mark G. Stappenbeck Charles Trefurt Scott E. Tuzzo Nicholas H. Wood

Class of 1985 Total Giving: $16,296 Participation: 15% Joseph A. Bucci Stephen Carluccio Robert Clarke James C. DeAngelo Renato J. Giacchi Nelson Gonzalez Scott Hart Stephen J. Hudik  Jeffrey Kellner Edward Kostrzewa Thomas M. Murphy David J. Owens Mukesh Patel Richard Peters Stephen J. Russell Michael J. Samra Francis A. Sullivan Samuel B. Tantuico Ernest Wallerstein Roger C. Woody

Class of 1987 Total Giving: $16,134 Participation: 14% Thomas F. Blunda David A. Bryngil Eduardo L. Canseco Peter J. Capizzi Dennis J. Corwin J. Ernani S. Domingo Michael P. Downey Thomas P. Finn Michael A. Gifford Joe Giglio  Joseph C. Gutierrez Gilbert W. Iles Leon R. Jablow Paul J. Lagermasini Christopher J. Metcalfe Huerta J. Neals Daniel P. Pietruska, Jr. William T. Price, III Donald W. Schroeder Charles J. Sciarra Mark J. Usarzewicz Joseph M. Valente Thomas J. Zimmermann

Class of 1986 Total Giving: $167,110 Participation: 14% Michael Ahn Brian R. Archer Francis P. Briamonte, III Kenneth P. Comandatore

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Class of 1988 Total Giving: $4,614 Participation: 13% David A. Cardino

Christopher G. Culhane John DeFilippis David P. Donnelly Christopher Doroszczyk Jeffrey R. Jablonski Eugene J. Keohane Donald P. Lapine Rolando R. Lavarro Edward O’Connell Ralph S. Pantozzi David Penaskovic Carlos E. Perez Walter H. Schneider  Peter T. Spadora Philip A. Swabsin Joseph M. Volcy Edward Whitehead Christopher J. Zingaro Class of 1989 Total Giving: $19,775 Participation: 11% Kevin J. Brodbeck  Thomas D. Casulli David D’Amore Dennis C. Degnan John Formoso Edward J. Gargiulo, Jr. Robert Gill Brian E. Haughney Stephen M. Kawalek Kieran G. McGlynn James R. Mielo William J. Myer Paul A. Petti William L. Robalino Thomas P. Schifano Eoin Treacy Douglas Viggiano Class of 1990 Total Giving: $12,056 Participation: 13% Jeffrey M. Adelung Erwin Andres Peter F. Bonavota Keith R. Bucher Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti Kenneth Ferrante Anthony Guma Richard E. Hamilton  Raymond J. Hennessey William Hoffman


PRESIDENT’S REPORT ALUMNI Shannon S. Mariniello Joseph F. Mendez, Jr. Paul Mulcahy Kevin M. Napoli Kenneth B. Nippes, III Michael J. O’Gorman Christopher K. Perkins Michael N. Rusignuolo Michael Stefano Class of 1991 Total Giving: $2,435 Participation: 10% Keith E. Adams Sean A. Adams Christopher M. Briamonte Steven P. Brown Timothy R. Connelly William G. Dwyer, III Paul S. Evangelista Thomas A. Ferrari, III Lazaro Guzman Brad T. Kloza Marco E. Morais Ryan C. Prendergast David C. Rosciszewski Robert P. Salmon Christian Sammarco Michael S. Struk Class of 1992 Total Giving: $2,020 Participation: 12% Frank J. Barletta Christian A. Bontigao Christopher T. Bracco Michael W. Cardino Kevin Cocca Domenico Esposito Hunter Figueras Matthew A. Fleming Edward M. Giblin Anthony C. Iacocca James T. Martin Brian McCabe Terence J. McHale Carlos Noriega Alexander B. Ragone Michael F. Rems Michael P. Shin Robert A. Valente

Class of 1993 Total Giving: $9,950 Participation: 8% Craig B. Adams John J. Collins Paul M. Jordan John P. Mannion Paul G. Massache T. Christian McGreevy Justin D. McKeon Anthony M. Novello, Jr. Eric C. Saam Justin M. Skripak Thomas J. Sullivan, Jr. Mark A. Trojan Robert A. Ypelaar Class of 1994 Total Giving: $8,060 Participation: 16% Mark T. Adams Joseph A. Amatrucola Mark P. Amatrucola Anthony J. Arnone Eric F. Bronnenkant Mark D. Castillo Mark A. Connolly Christopher Conti Alex Drummond Scott M. Dutkiewicz Mario D. Favetta James C. Ferretti Josip Gazic James S. Gutierrez David E. Haro Michael J. Lapinski Jerome R. Lemanowicz Richard M. Mack John T. Mulewski Patrick O’Connell Matt D. Slootsky Brian L. Spadora Michael P. Sugrue Stephen K. Trynosky Matthew B. Walsh Nicholas G. Warnock Michael V. Zakhar Class of 1995 Total Giving: $6,950 Participation: 13% Michael A. Bilicska Joseph J. Casazza, Jr. 

Ralph C. Citarella Thomas F. Curtin Dominik J. DiPasquale Douglas J. Facciponti Vladimir Gomez Matthew B. Klarmann John Kolakowski Paul A. Laracy Luigi Marandola Michael McCabe Robert L. Melchionne Mark C. Messenger William P. Musto Arsenio N. Padovano John L. Rutigliano Jeff T. Skinner Victor E. Suthammanont David M. Tobias John F. Veltri William J. Woelpper, Jr.

Jorge L. Silva David M. Smith Joseph Shane Smith Christopher J. Spina

Class of 1996 Total Giving: $5,875 Participation: 10% Brian Beldowicz Jonathan Boggiano Steven B. Boyd  Peter Camacho John Cirilli Edward Coleman Vincent R. Collado Vincent Conti Patrick F. Fitzpatrick Joseph LoPorto Patrick M. McKeon James O’Day Gavin Schiraldo Daniel Stupinski Jeffrey Tiffner

Class of 1998 Total Giving: $19,678 Participation: 20% Timothy J. Andreula Pietro Barberi Christian S. Boggiano Jeffrey A. Bouquio Jaime P. Cepeda Richard J. Colabraro Kevin A. Comprelli Donald S. Cymbor, Jr. Joseph D. Facchini Anthony P. Fesken Jonathan B. Foster-Moore John J. Friend Gerald P. Iorio  Mark L. Kudera John P. Lucero Michael S. Mara Brian J. McKenna Jeffrey M. McPartlan Matthew P. Monteleone Edward J. Mullins Daniel Petersen Ryan J. Prime Albert A. Rinaldi  Darren M. Scher Vivek Singh Ryan P. Skripak Michael R. Sunga Dorian T. Timmons Jay J. Tuminaro Anthony Vitanzo Robert V. Wallace

Class of 1997 Total Giving: $1,800 Participation: 9% Jeffrey J. Angermeyer Christopher J. Casazza Francis M. Drummond John J. Falcicchio Philip L. Frezzo Thomas P. Gargiulo Victor M. Gonzalez Scott W. Gurian Michael Priore Rene Roa

Class of 1999 Total Giving: $3,780 Participation: 19% Craig H. Addeo Daniel V. Atienza Rick A. Briamonte John A. Carey Kevin J. Coyle Matthew M. Cunningham Christian S. Doria Luke A. Drummond Nicholas J. Edwards William J. Fitzgerald

 Class Chairman † Deceased Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.

Michael B. Frezzo Joseph R. Garofalo Dexter Gonzalez Garrett M. Hoffman Matthew A. Hunton Michael A. McDonald Patrick J. McGovern, III Anthony M. Miceli Andrew S. Moe Matthew J. Moran Brian J. Musto Kenneth J. O’Connor  Eftihi Pentarakis Joseph A. Perez, Jr. Gennaro Pica Michael A. Santucci Angelo F. Tango Jonathan Tomassi Justin A. Traina Frederick P. Veltri Class of 2000 Total Giving: $1,200 Participation: 8% Raymond Addas Gerard Aro William A. Bedford Edmund Caulfield Marc A. Cevasco Gregory Conti Mark Goldsack Anthony D. Marinello Edward Pickett Mohammad Riaz Giancarlo Sari David P. Suarez Steven Wieczorek Class of 2001 Total Giving: $5,525 Participation: 22% Liam D. Ahearn Steven A. Battaglino William R. Bludgus  Mark J. Boryszewski Matthew Brito Edgar Benjamin A. Cabrera Brian M. Castelli Vincent M. Catanese Stephen M. Caufield Gregory J. Couillou Scott T. Cunningham Felix DeJesus

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT James Della Vecchia Matthew R. Denes Patrick V. DeSomma John M. Facchini Michael A. Farley Joseph A. Frezzo Joseph Giordano George W. Griffin Richard Gutierrez Bernard F. Kenny, III Anthony La Spada David M. Lang Gregory A. LaScola Christian R. Latoja Charles S. Maffey Michael T. Malloy Kevin M. McGrath Hugo A. Rivera Kenneth C. Santucci Michael Settembrino Patrick T. Smith John B. Talty Anthony J. Territola Jude Anthony C. Tiscornia Joseph D. Watkins Edmond Wong Class of 2002 Total Giving: $1,560 Participation: 13% Stephan Baber Joseph A. Battista Marek J. Dudziak Nicholas R. Hamilton Timothy J. Hearns Michael S. Hoffman Mark L. Inocencio Gregory J. Kender Samuel J. LoPresti Tony J. Martin Thomas B. McQuillan Joseph T. Pacilio Joseph J. Pavlica, Jr. Rene J. Rodriguez Joseph E. Serzan, III Drew J. Sheeran Robert M. Stein Kenneth P. Teschlog  Vito A. Totino Anthony M. V. Wolleon

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Class of 2003 Total Giving: $3,195 Participation: 11% Marc J. Amadeo Marco C. Ambrosio  Ronald R. Cardoso Christopher B. Caulfield Timothy M. Chester Patrick M. Collins Joseph M. Danatzko Colin F. Hanley Michael J. Jiran Denis McGuire Richard Montalvo Christopher J. Pareja Mauro G. Raguseo Benjamin J. Reed Gabriel Rohaidy Alexander Santucci David S. Sarch Peter G. Shalhoub Robert M. Simone Stephen P. Spiewak  Class of 2004 Total Giving: $1,425 Participation: 8% Christopher E. Bludgus Justin Frimmel John J. Greco John F. Kelly Daniel M. Kiczek Thomas P. Leane Timothy R. Maher Brian P. McGrath Patrick H. Mellea Michael T. Murphy Matthew M. O’Hare Matthew A. Rotondo William J. Sweeney Joseph Territola, Jr. Brendan Whitford Class of 2005 Total Giving: $910 Participation: 7% Thomas J. Barone Patrick M. Blaney Kevin E. Chester Anthony Facciponte Federico J. Garcia Peter J. Geary Thomas Kelley-Kemple

ALUMNI Francis A. Kenny Carl F. Kraus Michael T. Lampariello Peter J. Ligeiro Michael D. Ockay Marcello L. Pacheco Brian F. Serzan

John Murphy Thomas Rogers Nicholas Strack Daniel B. Tomassi David M. Ward James Ward Thomas Wile

Class of 2006 Total Giving: $1,410 Participation: 8% Joseph R. Avallone Michael J. Beni John U. Bowker Martin M. Bowker Thomas D. D’Alessio Kevin P. Dougherty Martin P. Hogan Brian E. Jones Daniel L. Libatique T. James LiVolsi, Jr. Stephen J. McDermott Michael T. Serzan Peter Spiewak Michael F. Sweeney Jonathan P. Treble  Paul B. Ward Theodore Yager

Class of 2009 Total Giving: $655 Participation: 7% Robert G. Avallone Paul H. Beckmann Matthew R. Bender  Lawrence J. Bovich Brendan F. Canale Charles B. Costello Christopher M. Fernandez William P. Foley James A. Gutch Joseph L. Livi Andrew R. Mernar Kevin F. Meuse Paul A. Paternoster Justin G. Restrepo Michael J. Rodgers Owen T. Sweeney

Class of 2007 Total Giving: $720 Participation: 5% Dean M. Ballesteros Kevin P. Capodice Sean Carney Robert C. Cole  Theodore J. Doyle Charles H. Dullea Gilberto M. Estupinan Piero S. Iberti John F. Ockay Joseph Tressitt Class of 2008 Total Giving: $975 Participation: 7% Curran Banach Patrick Byrnes Peter Drummond Christopher Hetherington Daniel Librojo Daniel LiVolsi Kevin G. McDermott

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SENIOR CLASS GIFT Class of 2010 Total Giving: $2,874 Participation: 40% Ryan Albern John F. Armstrong Joseph F. Bernardo Michael Blicharz Kirk A. Brabham Vincent D. Brinas Christopher Brito Thomas A. Brodowski Philip Buzzerio Tyler E. Byrne James R. Calabrese Vincent Caldas Kevin Cevasco  Alexander D. Cogott Justin J. D’Agostino David A. DiCrisci Christopher J. Dietz Paul A. Dimitrey Daniel R. Donaway Peter T. Dougherty Christian Ellet

Michael J. Evans Joseph A. Feinstein Erik Felipe Jonathan Fernandez John F. Flynn James J. Forker Benjamin M. Glassen Conner E. Gleason Timothy P. Gonzalez Ryan A. Gordon Adam L. Governale Marc A. Hanna Andrew S. Hayes Zachary D. Helming John J. Hladik Kevin J. Innis Matthew G. Julian Michael J. Kahrer Jay Kaufman John J. Kaufmann John F. Kelley Jesse Kickey Jonathan H. Kijne James B. Kuklinski Zachary J. Lanning John P. Leadbeater Kyle W. Lillis David Lipyanka David Longo Nicholas J. Mangone Matthew J. Mazzari Jonathan E. McCarthy Gianni A. McLaughlin Timothy Mernar Elliott R. Montalvan John-Carlo Monti Patrick J. Moran Kenan T. Moriarty Matthew J. Murphy Robert A. Niemczyk Terrance K. O’Donnell Edwin J. Ortiz Raphael Ortiz David Park Alexander A. Perez Darren S. Rivera Michael F. Rizzo Matthew Roake Kyle Robinson Anthony H. Rutkowski Jeremy Selecky James B. Shovlin Michael J. Sisk


PRESIDENT’S REPORT ALUMNI | CURRENT PARENTS Joseph D. Sisti Ryan N. Smith Jonathan Spivack Benjamin F. Stracquatanio Sergio E. Torres Kevin A. Tuites Thomas Tulp Neil Verano Matthew C. Woods Dwayne J. Wright Michael T. Wright Michael Yager Justin T. Zajac Eric R. Zebrowski

Current Parents Class of 2010 M/M Mark Armstrong M/M Edward Barry M/M Constancio Bernardo Ms. Ami Brabson & Mr. Andre Braugher M/M Eusebio Brinas, Jr. M/M Thomas A. Brodowski M/M Philip Buzzerio M/M Joseph J. Caldas M/M Andrew J. Cevasco M/M Joseph Crimmins M/M Kevin A. Cummings M/M John M. Daly M/M William Davis M/M James DeSimone M/M David DiCrisci Ms. Angela Chua & Mr. Rogelio Dingcong M/M Robert Donahue Ms. Gladys Vallespir Ellett & Dr. Thomas Ellett M/M Timothy Evans Ms. Esther Winter & Mr. James J. Feeney M/M Michael Fernandez M/M William Flannery M/M Charles Forker M/M Ardley Fuqua M/M James Gardner M/M James Glassen Ms. Margaret Laub & Mr. Jack Governale M/M Steven Hayes Ms. Adeline Hyacinthe M/M Michael T. Kahrer

M/M Anthony E. Keating M/M John Kelley M/M Edward Kickey Ms. Angela C. DeSouza & Mr. Kenji Kitamura M/M James Kuklinski M/M Richard Lanning M/M William Lillis M/M Gregory Longo M/M Steven Mazzari Ms. Yolanda Cuomo & Mr. Joseph McLaughlin M/M Robert J. Mernar M/M Timothy Moran M/M Dennis P. Murphy M/M Michael Murphy M/M William O’Donnell M/M Rafael Ortiz M/M Daniel Park M/M James W. Pindar M/M Kevin T. Purcell M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III M/M James G. Rizzo M/M John F. Roake Dr. & Mrs. Eric Robinson M/M Armando Santana M/M Gary Selecky Ms. Sally Shovlin M/M James Sisk M/M Jon Sisti M/M Thomas J. Tulp M/M Neofito Urbina Ms. Elizabeth Moriarty-Walsh & Mr. Joseph Walsh M/M Ken D. Walter M/M Peter Warner Ms. Pamela Miller & Mr. Ira Weinberg Ms. Teresa Scott-Woods & Mr. Christopher Woods M/M Scott A. Wright M/M Kenneth P. Zajac M/M Eric Zebrowski Class of 2011 M/M Gennaro Addesso M/M Omayemi G. Agbeyegbe M/M Adrian Alfred Ms. Rossella Luppi-Aquila & Dr. Ralph Aquila M/M David Bates M/M William Borland M/M Lawrence Bovich

Ms. Sharon Brown M/M Floyd Cardoz M/M Ray Castro M/M Nestor Charriez Ms. Kelley Sharkey & Mr. Thomas Collins M/M Daniel Convery M/M Roberto Cortinas M/M Christopher Cosgrove M/M Henry Coxe M/M Christopher Crean M/M Anthony Cunningham M/M Patrick Cunningham Ms. Judith Czachur & Mr. Farook Chowdhury M/M Marcos DePaz M/M James J. Donofrio M/M Gary Eck M/M Robert Ferrara M/M Thomas Foley M/M Richard Garrigan M/M Laurence Harden M/M Victor Harris M/M Robert Hart, Jr. M/M Mark Hartzell M/M Jonathan H. Hetherington M/M Kevin Higgins M/M Edward Ho Mrs. Linda Hogger M/M Raymond Holowienka M/M John T. Irvine M/M Gerard Jablonski M/M Alan Katzman M/M Kevin Kearns M/M Henry Khost M/M Edward King M/M Brian LaBau M/M Valentine Larwa M/M Alexander Linkus, Jr. M/M Dale Livi M/M Timothy LiVolsi M/M Charles M. Lizza M/M Lawrence Manning Ms. Jean Maruri M/M Laurence McCarthy M/M Edward McGovern M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr. Ms. Debra McLaughlin M/M Kenneth McManus M/M Salvatore Milito M/M Vincent Moloughney M/M Timothy Moriarty M/M Richard Murphy, Jr.

Mr. Paul Pappaceno M/M John Polanin, Jr. M/M Philip Reynolds M/M Ken Ricciardi M/M Thomas Ruane M/M William Ryan M/M Harish Sachanandani M/M Christopher Schaeffer Ms. Rita Shapskinsky M/M David Smythe Mr. Joseph Sukovich M/M Robert E. Swab M/M John Sylvester M/M Mike Szumski M/M George T. Taite M/M Joseph Tintle M/M Ronald Valonis Mrs. Lisa Vesey-Cirincione Ms. Anne Caldas & Mr. Mark K. Wyville M/M Leo J. Zatta Class of 2012 M/M Conrad Adillon Ms. Kathleen Aloia M/M Robert Baird M/M John Benge Ms. Ayxa Calero Breckheimer & Mr. Martin Breckheimer Ms. Maureen M. Lyons-Brennan & Mr. John P. Brennan M/M Thomas A. Brodowski M/M Dan H. Butko M/M Vincent Candela M/M Joseph Cannarozzo M/M Timothy Carney M/M John A. Cavanagh, Jr. M/M Gary Ciesla M/M Dean Colucci M/M Patrick Coyle, Jr. M/M Alfredo Del Castillo M/M Salvatore DiBrita Ms. Marie DiFrancesco M/M Thomas Flanigan Ms. Lauren McDonough Freeman & Mr. Brian Freeman M/M Eddie Gabot M/M Daniel Geltrude M/M Michael Giacone Ms. Trina Glass Ms. Dina Brachman & Mr. Neil Goldstein Ms. Lucia Gonzalez

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT Ms. Cynthia Guarini M/M Bernard Hanson M/M Robert Hartnett M/M Jay Imus M/M Jerry Jarczewski Ms. Judith A. Joll Ms. Kathleen Jorgensen M/M Kevin Kearney M/M Kevin M. Larkin M/M Charles M. Lizza M/M Declan Long M/M William Malloy M/M Thomas McGee Ms. Siobhan Stevens-Miles & Mr. Joseph Miles M/M Robert Miskura M/M Michael Norton M/M John O’Brien Mr. Carlos G. Ortiz M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III M/M Peter G. Rasmusson M/M Stanley Rogacki Ms. Diane Hoey & Mr. Craig Rothenberg M/M Peter Rozano Ms. MaryJo Trusso-Sabbers & Mr. William Sabbers M/M William Scott M/M Victor Sedlacko M/M Manish Shah M/M Walter Simson, III

CURRENT PARENTS | DOLAN SOCIETY

M/M Robert Slaski M/M Richard Stortz M/M Owen Sutton, Sr. M/M Alexander Thomson Ms. Mary Ryan-Thornton & Mr. Eugene Thornton M/M Yusuf Turfan M/M Harold Turner M/M Steven Ulrich Ms. Paula Wiseman & Mr. Anthony Venditti M/M Ken D. Walter Ms. Anita Lau & Mr. Thomas Yu Class of 2013 Dr. Thomas Aiello Ms. Anne Lepis & Mr. John Arena M/M Constancio Bernardo M/M Carl Biscaldi M/M Pablo Bonelli M/M Richard Budka M/M Peter Byram M/M John Callinan M/M Phillip Capone M/M Nicholas Cipriano M/M Peter Collier M/M Thomas G. Connelly M/M Douglas Cosgrove M/M Gavin Cummings M/M Patrick Cunningham

M/M Osmundo De Leon M/M Thomas Dombrowski M/M Joseph Dominguez M/M Timothy Drost Dr. & Mrs. Kevin Egan M/M Farukh Farooqi M/M Thomas B. Finn, Jr. M/M Owen Flannery M/M Thomas Foley M/M James Forsythe, Jr. M/M Michael J. Giambalvo M/M Christopher Glancy M/M Brian Harkins M/M Mark Hartzell Ms. Fatima Qumber & Mr. Qumber Hassan M/M Peter Iannelli M/M Jeffrey Kellner M/M Gregory R. Lallo M/M William Lavelle M/M Michael Mauer M/M Laurence McCarthy M/M William E. McCusker M/M Ronald McGann M/M Mark McNally M/M Richard Messina M/M Charles Meuse M/M Raymond Mikovits M/M Zigmont Molesky M/M Robert Mullen M/M Richard Murphy, Jr.

M/M Joseph Nicoletti M/M Rafael Oro Mr. Anthony Pacillo M/M Thomas Palasits M/M Thomas Pimpinelli M/M Kevin T. Purcell M/M Richard F. X. Regan Ms. Chiqui Gavilan & Ms. Marisa Chaves M/M Philip Reynolds Ms. Shavonda Robinson Ms. Norma Almanza-Rojas & Mr. Eurice Rojas Dr. & Mrs. Vincent Santa Maria M/M Anthony Schiavo M/M Thomas Sheridan Ms. Silena Shuta M/M Matthew Siracuse M/M David Sirianni M/M Mark Smith Ms. Judith Q. Bielan & Mr. Paul Somers M/M Patrick G. Toner Mrs. Anne Vardy-Newman M/M Surachit Vongtanaanek M/M Louis R. Vuoncino M/M Randolph A. Walther Ms. Ivanova Araujo & Mr. Thomas Whelan M/M Eric Zebrowski

The Dolan Society This society is named for Charles F.X. Dolan, S.J., ’32, a Prep Legend and a long time fixture in the Prep community. It honors the wives of deceased alumni who, through their generosity, have continued to make Saint Peter’s Prep an important part of their lives. Mrs. Claire Baker (Ernest, ‘38) Mrs. Marsha Borkowski (Frank, ‘58) Mrs. Anne Brower (William, ‘47) Mrs. Patricia Butler (James, ‘50) Mrs. Helen Cascio (Joseph, ‘71) Mrs. Rose Caulfield (Edmund, ‘37) Mrs. Angela Cazzola (August, ‘52) Mrs. Carolyn Cleary (Thomas, ‘35) Mrs. Catherine Colford (Joseph, ‘38) Mrs. Dorothy Connell (Edward, ‘35) Mrs. Jacqueline Connors (Richard, ‘47) Mrs. Florence Craffey (James, ‘47) Mrs. Pamela Crowe (John, ‘62) Mrs. Maureen Devine (John, ‘46) Mrs. Mary Finn (John, ‘52) 32

Mrs. Marian Flaherty (Francis, ‘47) Mrs. Mary Gibney (John, ‘52) Mrs. Janet Holsey (Alan, ‘42) Mrs. Gwendolen Hurley (Bernard, ‘54) Ms. Patricia Johnson (James, ‘56) Ms. Dorothy Keegan (Joseph, ‘40) Mrs. Mary Kinahan (Francis, ‘33) † Mrs. Elaine Knightly (Edward, ‘47) Mrs. Janice Lombardi (Robert, ‘57) Mrs. Gertrude Mahon (Justin, ‘27) Mrs. Donna Malloy (Thomas, ‘71) Mrs. Beverly Maresca (William, ‘50) Mrs. Margaret McGovern (William, ‘41) Mrs. Eleanor Mooney (Edmund, ‘43) Mrs. Virginia Moriarty (Edmond, ‘46)

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Mrs. Mary Eileen Moriarty (Donald, ‘48) Mrs. Virginia Myer (George, ‘53) Mrs. Sandra O’Connor Carey (Keith, ‘90) Mrs. Janet Pochis (Ronald, ‘65) Mrs. Elvira Rettino (Louis, ‘59) Mrs. Joan Ruvane (Joseph, ‘42) Mrs. Mary Ryan (Christopher, ‘44) Mrs. Dorothy Sachs (Brice, ‘46) Ms. Kathleen Sasso (Thomas, ‘70) Mrs. Ann Strohoefer (Harold, ‘36) Mrs. Mary Sullivan (Joseph, ‘40) Mrs. Janina Szpotko-Greene (Joseph, ‘53) Mrs. Edythe Zegarski (Charles, ‘51) † Deceased


PRESIDENT’S REPORT PAST PARENTS

Past Parents Parents who had a son at Prep during the 2009-10 academic year are listed in the Honor Roll listing and in the Current Parents’ section. If the father is an alumnus, the gift is listed in the Honor Roll listing and in his alumni class listing. M/M John J. Adams, P’91, ‘03 M/M Barry W. Adams, P’91, ‘93, ‘94 Mrs. Elizabeth Agresta, P’62, ‘70 M/M Michael J. Albanese, Sr., P’85 M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ‘73 M/M Gaetano Alessi, P’01 Mr. Jose Alvarez, P’08 Mrs. Miriam Amatrucola, P’94 M/M John A. Angermeyer, P’97 Dr. Norma Talbo & Dr. Arnaldo Apolito, P’01 Ms. Melissa R. Aranzamendez, P’05 M/M Stephen Auth, P’06, ‘09 M/M Ralph Avallone, P’06, ‘09 M/M Walter A. Baber, P’97, ‘99, ‘02 Mrs. Claire A. Baker, P’67, ‘71 M/M John R. Baker, P ‘99 M/M Thomas P. Banach, P’08 M/M Frank J. Barletta, P’92 M/M James Bartosiewicz, P’06 M/M Lewis C. Battista, P’02 Ms. Ellen Simko & Dr. Michael Bednarski, P’06 Mr. Frank Bello, P’81 M/M Gerry Bellotti, P’88 M/M Carmine Beni, P’06, ‘08 M/M Jerry Bennett, P’06 M/M Robert E. Bennett, P’83 M/M James Bernaiche, P’05 M/M. Joseph J. Bernero, P’00 Mr. Charles Bilicska, P’95 M/M David A. Birch, P’97 M/M Robert P. Blauvelt, P’01 M/M Joseph P. Blauvelt, P’09 M/M Robert W. Bludgus, P’01, ‘04 M/M David J. Blythin, P’95 M/M Richard Boggiano, P’96, ‘98 M/M James J. Boland, P’93 M/M Zenon Boryszewski, P’01, ‘02 M/M Donald E. Bostonian, P’96 M/M Jeffrey A. Bouquio, P’98

M/M Steven Boyd, P’96, ‘01 M/M Patrick E. Boyle, P’92, ‘00 M/M Mel Boysen, P’05, ‘07 Ms. Ruth Anne Braddock, P’06 Mr. William Branagan, P’75, ‘77 Mrs. Mary Ann Brand, P’88 M/M Mark John Brenneis, P’08 M\M Frank Briamonte, Jr., P’86, ‘91, ‘99 Mrs. Maria Brito, P’01 Mrs. Karen Brodbeck, P’89 Ms. Patricia Mongini & Mr. Michael Brunda, P’04 M/M Andrew J. Brusgard, Jr., P’98, ‘05 M/M James Bujnowski, P’09 M/M Ronald Burgers, P’92 M/M Thomas J. Burns, P’00, ‘05 M/M Aguinaldo B. Cabe, P’01 M/M Joseph Calabrese, P’95 M/M Rodolfo Camacho, P’93, ‘96 Mrs. Catherine F. Campen, P’88 M/M David M. Canale, P’05, ‘09 Ms. Diana Capetola, P’02, ‘05 M/M Nicholas Capodice, P’07 Mrs. Maureen E. Caprio, P’99, ‘01 M/M John J. Carey, P’99 M/M Steven A. Carlsson, P’04 Ms. Tracey Thayer & Mr. Jeffrey Cartwright, P’01, ‘04 M/M Robert P. Casani, P’98, ‘02 Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ‘97 M/M Ralph Cassibba, P’99 M/M Dominic Casulli, P’87, ‘89 Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71 Dr. & Mrs. Kim K. Chan, P’04 M/M Andrew G. Chiappara, P’84 M/M Agostino Chiaravalloti, P’90, ‘93 M/M Stephen J. Chopek, P’92 Mrs. Jennie N. Ciuppa, P’71 M/M Joseph Clarke, Sr., P’85 Mrs. Carolyn Cleary, P’61, ‘73 M/M James G. Coe, P’04 M/M Robert Cole, P’07 Mrs. Catherine L. Colford, P’68, ‘71, ‘73, ‘74, ‘81 M/M Frank Colucci, P’08 M/M Frank Colucci, P’03 M/M Biagio Congiu, P’04 Ms. Mary Jo Conley, P’09 M/M John F. Connallon, P’00 Mrs. Dorothy L. Connell, P’71

Mrs. Jacqueline H. Connors, P’81 M/M Patrick J. Costello, P’03, ‘05 M/M Mark M. Cronin, P’00 Mrs. Pamela M. Crowe, P’91, ‘94 Ms. Carol R. Cruden, P’82 M/M Michael P. Cunningham, P’99, ‘01 M/M Loreto Curmi, P’07 Mrs. Elizabeth Curtin, P’95 Mr. John J. Cutola, P’87, ‘01 M/M Thomas D’Alessio, P’06 M/M Edemar Dal’Maso, P’09 M/M Kenneth Dalton, P’06 M/M Vincent J. Damato, P’95 M/M Jesus R. de Armas, P’91, ‘95 M/M William S. Deakyne, Sr., P’87 M/M Henri A. DeFrance, Sr., P’06 M/M Cornelius F. Degnan, P’89, ‘95 Mrs. Margaret DeMarco, P’77, ‘79, ‘82, ‘85 Mrs. Helene Dickinson, P’78 M/M Timothy J. Diffley, P’02 M/M Richard Dilley, P’87, ‘91, ‘95, ‘04 M/M John DiMeo, P’91 M/M Robert Dimler, P’88 M/M Paul DiNardo, P’88 M/M David Docherty, P’05 M/M Victor Donofrio, P’81 M/M Thomas P. Dougherty, P’84 The Hon. & Mrs. James H. Dowden, P’78 M/M William J. Doyle, Jr., P’07 Ms. Maurica J. Doyle, P’97 M/M Daniel Drozdowski, P’96 Mrs. Joyce A. Dubon, P’86 M/M Barry Dugan, P’82, ‘84 M/M Charles Dullea, P’07 Mrs. Ruth E. Duncan, P’72, ‘75, ‘78 M/M Thomas M. Eagan, P’04, ‘07 M/M Gilberto Estupinan, P’07 M/M Dominick Facchini, P’98, ‘01 M/M Angelo Facciponti, P’95 M/M George F. Faherty, P’72 M/M Frank E. Fallon, P’02, ‘05 Mr. Anthony Fardellone, P’86 M/M Antonio D. Favetta, P’86, ‘94 M/M Thomas J. Favia, Sr., P’77, ‘78 Mrs. Marie B. Feeney, P’74, ‘76, ‘78, ‘80 Mrs. Arlene R. Fesken, P’98

M/M Carl M. Figur, P’95 M/M Joseph Figurelli, P’83, ‘86 Mrs. Mary C. Finn, P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94 M/M Anthony R. Fischetti, P’02 M/M Thomas Fisher, P’97 M/M James G. V. Fitzgerald, P’72 M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07 Mrs. Doris S. Fleming, P’92 M/M Victor V. Fonseca, P’99 Mrs. Catherine D. Forrester, P’76, ‘83 Mr. G. Eric Fraser, P’94 Mrs. Antoinette N. Frees, P’74 Ms. Marilyn M. French, P’80 M/M H. Joseph Galella, P’08 M/M Freddy G. Garcia, P’05, ‘08, ‘09 M/M Joseph L. Garofalo, P’99 Mrs. Ledis Gazic, P’94, ‘99 M/M Joseph Gelchion, P’05, ‘06 M/M Robert Gers, P’91 M/M Ronald Giamario, P’07 M/M Thomas Giblin, P’89, ‘92, ‘93 Mrs. Mary E. Gibney, P’81 Mrs. Theresa Gifford, P’84, ‘87 M/M Michael Giordano, P’83 M/M Fulvio Giudici, P’74, ‘77 M/M Robert Glasser, P’92, ‘00 M/M Lawrence J. Gleason, P’94, ‘00 M/M Gregory Gnall, P’04 M/M Barry Gnecco, P’88 Dr. & Mrs. H. Erwin Goldrich, P’88 Dr. & Mrs. Carlos J. Gomez, P’84, ‘87, ‘91 M/M Reynaldo S. Gonzales, P’02 Mrs. Laura Greeley, P’90, ‘01 M/M Robert Gregory, P’09 M/M Robert J. Grusenski, P’03 M/M Joseph R. Guarino, P’86, ‘89, ‘92 Ms. Maria Gutch, P’09 M/M Armando Gutierrez, P’91 M/M John Halecky, P’85 Mr. John J. Hallanan, P’99 M/M Edward Hanley, P’03 M/M Andrew W. Hanlon, P’02 M/M Joseph Hannon, P’05 M/M Allan Harrison, P’85 M/M Martin Hart, P’86, ‘95 Mr. Lloyd V. Hart, P’91 M/M Michael Harvey, P’89

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT Mrs. Rose Hawrylak, P’82 M/M Peter J. Healy, P’97, ‘99, ‘01 M/M John Hederman, P’09 M/M William C. Hoffman, P’90 M/M Garrett P. Hoffman, P’99, ‘02 M/M Thomas J. Holt, P’99, ‘00 Mrs. Annette Horan, P’68, ‘70 M/M Stephen Hudacko, P’97 M/M Genesio Iacocca, P’92 Mrs. Madeline Iazzetta, P’77 M/M Joseph Iberti, P’07 M/M Frank W. Ilaria, P’98, ‘99 M/M Jose Manuel Jimenez, P’08 Mrs. Madeline Jiran, P’03 M/M Richard Jones, P’06 M/M Peter E. Kachel, P’89, ‘94 Mrs. Kathleen Kane, P’84 M/M Harold J. Kawalek, P’89 M\M James M. Keating, P’05 M/M Edward M. Keating, P’75, ‘78, ‘79 M/M Robert Keller, Jr., P’07 M/M Joseph T. Kelly, P’92, ‘04 M/M George R. Kelly, P’99 M/M John F. Kelly, Sr., P’04 M/M James Kemple, P’05 Ms. Amelia J. Janisz & Dr. John R. Kender, P’96, ‘02, ‘09 M/M Bernard F. Kenny, Jr., P’01, ‘05 Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 † M/M William F. Kiniery, P’99, ‘02 M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02 Mr. William A. Knapp, Jr., P’00 Ms. Pamela Koleszar, P’99 Ms. Maria M. Kovacs, P’03 M/M Dennis Kramer, P’95 M/M Carl J. Kraus, P’05 M/M Walter L. Kudlacik, P’96 M/M Peter Kusen, P’06 Mrs. Melinda A. Lally-Jimenez, P’80, ‘81 † Mrs. Eleanor R. Langevin, P’80 M/M Donald G. Lapine, P’88 M/M William J. Lau, P’89 M/M John Leitgeb, P’91 M/M August T. Lembo, P’04 Mrs. Helga Liccardo, P’77, ‘80 Ms. Zhang Lin, P’09 M/M Dennis M. Loesch, P’04 M/M Cal LoPorto, P’96, ‘98 Mrs. Geraldine B. Lyons, P’89 M/M Kenneth W. Maddox, P’94, ‘96 34

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M/M Timothy Maher, ‘04 M/M Michael Maiorino, P’05 Mrs. Donna M. Malloy, P’01, ‘04 M/M Eugene Manlongat, P’92, ‘96 M/M Thomas Mara, P’98 Mr. Walter M. Martin, P’90 Mrs. Barbara C. Martin-Hart, P’91 Mrs. Kathryn B. McAuliffe, P’89, ‘92, ‘99 M/M William McBride, P’05 Mrs. Rita McCabe, P’92 M/M John D. McCann, P’03, ‘08 Ms. Charlotte McLain Wallace, P’06 M/M Kevin McDermott, P’06, ‘08 M/M Gerald McDermott, P’96 M/M Sean McFarland, P’07, ‘09 Mrs. Patricia L. McGeehan, P’80, ‘82 The Hon. & Mrs. Dennis L. McGill, Sr., P’76, ‘83 M/M Mark McGlynn, P’08 M/M Brian McGorty, P’01 Mrs. Margaret McGovern, P’70, ‘72, ‘75, ‘78, ‘83, ‘84 M/M John P. McPartlan, P’98 Mr. John F. McQuillan, P’02 M/M Edward McTiernan, P’06, ‘09 M/M Henry J. Mellody, P’94 M/M Sergio Mezzina, P’99, ‘02 M/M Timothy A. Miller, P’01 M/M Roy L. Miller, P’97 Dr. & Mrs. Neville Mirza, P’08 M/M Joseph P. Monteleone, P’98, ‘02 M/M Timothy X. Mooney, P’05 M/M John T. Moran, P’99 Dr. & Mrs. Gabriel M. Mulcahy, P’79, ‘81, ‘82, ‘84, ‘85, ‘87 M/M Robert J. Mulholland, P’86 M/M Gregory E. Mulroy, P’00, ‘02, ‘06 M/M Galicano C. Munar, P’98 Ms. Donna M. Munoz, P’91, ‘97 M/M Patrick J. Murphy, P’08 Mrs. Lucia. Murphy, P’91 M/M Gerard Murphy, P’07 M/M Thomas R. Murtha, P’76, ‘83 M/M Patrick E. Musto, P’95, ‘99 Mrs. Virginia Myer,P’89, ‘94 M/M Robert E. Nadler, P’93, ‘97 Ms. Joanne L. Suarez, P’00 M/M Robert Nagy, P’95 M/M Anthony M. Napierski, P’81

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Dr. & Mrs. John D. Napoli, P’01 M/M Robert Nichols, P’04 M/M Richard Nisbet, P’86, ‘87 M/M Anthony Novello, P’93 M/M John J. O’Brien, P’08 M/M Brian O’Connor, P’09 Mrs. Annette Opsasnick, P’07 Ms. Anne O’Sullivan, P’92 M/M Wilson Pacheco, P’05 M/M Michael J. Palazzoto, P’06 M/M Thomas Palumbo, P’92 M/M Ralph F. Pantozzi, P’88 M/M Manuel R. Pata, P’05 M/M Joseph J. Pavlica, P’02 M/M Joseph Pecora, P’02, ‘03 Ms. Raffaella Peluso, P’88 M/M Joseph A. Perez, Sr., P’99 M/M Robert H. Petersen, P’94, ‘96 Mrs. Carmella Petrillo, P’85, ‘93 M/M Mark J. Petrochko, P’05 M/M John Pflug, Jr., P’06 Mr. Andrew Popovchak, P’79 M/M Matthew Power, P’08 M/M Robert Prendergast, P’91 M/M Robert Recobs, P’07 M/M Jay N. Reed, P’03 M/M John J. Reilly, Jr., P’85, ‘87 Mr. Ruben Restrepo, P’09 M\M Peter Ripkey, P’01 M/M John Rodger, P’02, ‘04, ‘08 Ms. Judith Rodgers, P’09 M/M Frank Rodino, P’05, ‘07 Ms. Teresita Valcarcel & Mr. Jose Rodriguez, P’07 M/M Ruben Rodriguez, P’87 M/M Thomas Rogers, P’08 M/M Gary Rokoszak, Sr., P’08 M/M Terrence J. Rose, P’03, ‘08 M/M Gerard M. Ruane, P’03 M/M Vincent A. Russo, P’97 Ms. Joy L. Morrell & Mr. Robert J. Ryan, P’03, ‘04 M/M Maurice W. Ryan, P’01 Mrs. Carol Saam, P’93 Mrs. Marina V. Sagisi, P’78 M/M Robert J. Salmon, P’91 Mr. Manuel Sambade, P’75, ‘78 M/M Michael P. Samra, Sr., P’85 M/M Anthony San Philip, P’97 Dr. Emiliana P. Sandoval, P’91, ‘94 M/M Michael Santucci, P’99, ‘01, ‘03 M/M Robert Sarch, P’03

M/M John A. Sari, P’00 Mrs. Marta Sawczuk, P’86 M/M John P. Scanlon, P’93 M/M Martin W. Schade, P’00, ‘04 Mrs. Margaret W. Schaetzle, P’71, ‘75 Mrs. Lillian E. Schmidt, P’81 Ms. Ingrid Schultze-Lagos & Mr. Walter Lagos, P’09 Mr. R. Jeffrey Schundler, P’99 Mrs. Irene Seremba, P’80 M/M Pasquale Settembrino, P’01 M/M Robert J. Shalhoub, P’01, ‘03, ‘05, ‘08 M/M James A. Sharrock, P’98 M/M James T. Sherry, P’05 M/M Giacomo V. Silvestri, P’98 M/M Daniel Simone, Jr., P’99 M/M Robert J. Simone, P’03 Ms. Elisabeth Siryj, P’85 M/M Raymond J. Skinner, P’91, ‘95 M/M John J. Skripak, P’93, ‘98 M/M Michael Slootsky, P’94 M/M Lawrence Smith, P’01, ‘05 M/M Michael Sobsey, P’09 Mrs. Eileen N. Stevens, P’70 M/M Robert Strack, P’08 Mrs. Ann Strohoefer, P’69 M/M James Styles, P’05, ‘09 Mrs. Dorothy M. Sullivan M/M William J. Sweeney, P’04, ‘06, ‘09 M/M Daniel Sweeney, P’01 Ms. Kathleen Szubiak, P’92 M/M Bernard J. Talty, P’01 M/M Joseph Territola, P’01, ‘04 M/M Kenneth A. Teschlog, P’02 M/M Alphonso Tindall, P’04 M/M Daniel Treacy, P’89 M/M Jeremy Treble, P’06 M/M Stephen K. Trynosky, Sr., P’94 Mrs. Joyce Tuzzo, P’84, ‘86, ‘87 M/M Rudolfo Umali, P’86, ‘87, ‘89 M/M Louis S. Usarzewicz, Jr., P’87 M/M Sergio S. Valente, P’88, ‘92 M/M Vincent Valentino, Jr., P’01 M/M Thomas Van Note, P’99 M/M Adolfo R. Vargas, P’93 M/M Alfonso Veltri, P’95, ‘99 M/M Rene F. Vezina, P’99 M/M Frank Viggiano, P’79, ‘80, ‘85, ‘89, ‘93 M/M Anthony Villanella, P’79


PRESIDENT’S REPORT PAST PARENTS | friends M/M Robert A. Wallace, P’98 M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08 M/M Richard Allen White, P’08 M/M William M. Whitford, P’04, ‘07 Mr. Gregory R. Wieczorek, P’00 M/M Michael Wile, P’08 Ms. Margaret Williams-Bendtsen, P’83 M/M Thomas Wilton, P’93 Ms. Xandra Lau & Mr. Wing Wong, P’09 M/M John Wood, P’84, ‘86, ‘89 M/M Joseph Wroblewski, P’96 M/M Joseph Wurtzbacher, P’07 M/M Aurelio Yllanes, P’09 M/M Alex Yu, P’09 Mrs. Diana Zaszewski, P’93, ‘02

Friends Anonymous M/M Michael P. Accardi M/M Michael T. Acevedo Ms. Maria Agostino M/M Anthony Altadonna M/M Thomas Ambrose Mr. Edward Ambrose M/M Frank Andryauskas Ms. Sharon Asch Ms. Terry Atkinson Ms. Margaret Azzarella Ms. Mary Baier M/M John W. Baker, III M/M Glen Balanoff M/M Todd J. Baremore Ms. Alison Barker Ms. Diane K. Barrett Mr. John J. Barth Ms. Lynn Bartley M/M Joseph F. Basil, Sr. M/M Ronald A. Basil Ms. Celeste Holm & Mr. Frank Basile M/M Drew Bauman Ms. Brenda M. Becker M/M George Bednar Mr. William S. Beinecke Mr. Eric Beiter M/M Michael D. Bellows Mr. Richard Bengloff Rev. Thomas G. Benz, S.J. Ms. Michelle Berard Ms. Barbara V. Berger M/M Joseph Bevilacqua Ms. Arline Binkowski M/M Jeffrey Bishop

M/M Carl J. Blackwell Mr. Christopher Boehning Ms. Rose Bogdziul Ms. Noreen Bohse Mr. George Boisvert Ms. Robin Bona Mrs. Marsha Borkowski M/M Andrew Bostock Mr. Gregory F. Boyle M/M Joseph Boyle Mr. Owen Boyle M/M John T. Boyle M/M Jonathan E. Braid Mr. David Brand Mr. Peter Brennan Mr. John T. Brennan Mr. Major Brown M/M John P. Bruno The Bruno Family Ms. Catherine Buck Mr. Robert J. Buhr Ms. Agnes Bullwinkel Ms. Theresa Grimmig & Mr. Joseph Burga M/M Robert C. Butler M/M Kevin M. Byrnes M/M John Campion Mr. Ray Campos M/M Timothy S. Canary M/M Paul Cancro M/M Louis Capezza M/M Stephen B. Caplan Ms. Roe Capodice Macaluso Mr. Thomas Cappadona Ms. Ruth Caputo Ms. Elaine Carney Mr. William M. Carroll M/M Charles A. Caruso M/M Camillo Casano M/M Angelo Casarola Mr. Igor Cashyn M/M Steven B. Caslowitz Ms. Patricia Catania Mr. Biswarup Chatterjee Ms. Audrey Teoh & Mr. Put Cheung M/M Dominick Chillemi M/M Edward R. Christensen Ms. Su H. Chung Ms. Susan M. Cinelli M/M Richard Civitello M/M Joseph S. Clabby Mr. Francis X. Colford Mr. James J. Collins Ms. Nidia D. Colon Ms. Mary Conley M/M John Connelly Ms. Jean A. Connors M/M Sean Cooney Mrs. Patricia Corcoran-Buonomo

M/M Charles R. Costigan M/M Joseph R. Cote M/M Raymond T. Coughlin Ms. Gail Cousins M/M Vincent M. Cronen M/M Michael Cronin, Jr. & Family M/M Michael Cronin, Sr. & Family Ms. Maryann Crowe Ms. Carolyn J. Crowe M/M Anthony Cucolo Ms. Heather Cucolo Ms. Margaret T. Cullen M/M Richard Cummings M/M James Curran Mr. Daniel Curry M/M Thomas Curtin M/M Kevin Cutola Ms. Ann Maria Dachille M/M William J. Damask Mr. Curtis S. D’Amico Mr. Stephen Dance M/M Warren Daniels Ms. Valerie D’Antonio Mr. Michael D’Aprile Ms. Clare Davis Ms. Joanne Davis Ms. Gabriella Davis Ms. Reina Dawkins M/M Robert F. Deaven Mr. Thomas DeGise Ms. Kathleen C. DeGregorio Mr. Joseph Del Prete Ms. Lynette M. D’Elia M/M William DeRosa M/M Joseph DeSalvo, Sr. Ms. Maureen Devlin M/M Louis DiBarba M/M Timothy G. Dillane M/M Calogero C. Dionisi M/M Alfred S. Doering M/M Joseph J. D’Onofrio M/M Thomas Doogan Mr. Joseph G. Dorgan M/M Martin Doyle D/D John M. Driscoll Sr. Frances M. Duncan, O.S.F. Ms. Mary Durante & Mr. Tim O’Donnell Ms. Diane Dynes The Eccleston Family Mrs. Monica K. Effner M/M William J. Egan, III Mr. Alexander Ehrhart M/M Don Elmes M/M Thomas Esser Mr. Thomas Falcone Dr. & Mrs. G. Jerry Falcone M/M James E. Fallon Mrs. Olga M. Fanok

M/M George Faro M/M Frank L. Farrell M/M Joseph W. Farrell Mr. Shawn Feeney Ms. Janet Fegely M/M Ralph Ferrara M/M Chet Figurski Rev. James J. Fischer, S.J. M/M Eugene Fitzpatrick Ms. Madelyn Fleck M/M Gerard Flood Ms. Rita Flynn M/M James P. Fogarty Ms. Rosalie A. Migas & Mr. Raymond J. Fonck M/M James Ford M/M Leonard Fordellone Mr. Anthony J. Fortunato Mrs. Mary Kay Friend Mr. Steven M. Fulop M/M Stanley J. Gajewski M/M Richard C. Gallagher M/M David Gallin Mr. Henry Gallo M/M Thomas Gangemi M/M Aristide G. Gangone M/M Vincenzo Gangone Mr. Jose A. Garcia-Gonzalez Ms. Valerie Garten The Gaudiano & Moleti Families M/M Robert R. Geisler Ms. Kathleen Gianinio Ms. Marian Joyce & Mr. Robert J. Gillis M/M Eliot Glazer M/M Robert E. Glynn Ms. Mary E. Golden Ms. Angelica Gonzalez Mr. Bernard Gordon Ms. Maureen Gorman M/M Jason Gorski Ms. Sandra Griffin M/M Stephen Grillo M/M Richard G. Grip Ms. Jennifer Grizmala Mrs. Gloria Grogan M/M Michael R. Grosodonia M/M Michael Gulban Mr. Derek Hafer M/M Patrick Haley M/M William Haley M/M Joseph P. Haley M/M William Hamilton Ms. Maryann Hammer Mr. David Hammer Mr. Jeffrey Hasterok Ms. Mary S. Hatfield Ms. Dawn A. Hatton M/M Edward R. Hawkens

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT Ms. Delores Hayes Mr. Robert T. Healey Mr. Ryan Heffernan Ms. Debra Heffernan Ms. Tara Hegt M/M Alexis Hernandez Ms. Ann A. Hibbarrd Rev. Michael R. Hoag, S.J. M/M Scott Hockwitt Ms. Florence Holmes M/M Brian Horan Mr. Gary Horan Ms. Rosemary Hudecheck Ms. Charlene Hughes Ms. Joan M. Hutchins Ms. Joan Incognito Ms. Margaret Irwin Mr. Alexander S. Janofsky M/M Kenneth T. Jensen Ms. Lauren M. Jensen M/M Harry Jessell Mr. John Jobbagy M/M Booker Johnson M/M Edward Johnson M/M John M. Johnson Ms. Susan M. Johnston-Conroy Ms. Marybeth Kahle M/M Francis Kahle Mr. William Kahle M/M John J. Kealty, Jr. Mr. Marc Keane M/M Thomas Keays M/M Kevin Kelly Ms. Allison Kelly Ms. Jean Kelly M/M Kevin J. Kessler M/M Nigel Key M/M Arthur Kiernan Ms. Lois King Ms. Summer Kocerha Ms. Laura Kornstein Mr. Robert Kyber M/M Karl Ledebuhr & Family Mr. Tyler Lee M/M Michael Lempa Mr. Edward W. Lempa Mrs. Sophie Lempa Dr. & Mrs. Allan Levy Ms. Jennifer Lienhard Ms. Margaret Lisa Mr. Michael W. Lisa M/M Peter Lisa Ms. Jessica Lisa M/M John M. Lucciola Ms. Arlene J. Lukaszewski Mr. Anthony Luongo Mr. Robert J. Lynch Mr. James F. X. Lyness M/M John F. Lyons 36

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M/M Steven MacDonald M/M Douglas Mackay Mr. Henry Madretzke Ms. Andrea Magner Ms. Catherine M. Magner M/M William Magner M/M Raymond A. Mahar M/M Ira Maltzman Ms. Bernadette M. Powis & Mr. William M. Mancini M/M Peter Marchetta The Marcom Family M/M Jack H. Marin Ms. Gertrude Marley Ms. Donna Marrone M/M Frank Martineau Ms. Ruth Martinez M/M John Marx Ms. Jeanelle Marzocca Rev. John J. Mattimore, S.J. M/M Francis McArdle M/M Stephen P. McAuley Ms. Diane McCabe Ms. Virginia McCarthy M/M Brian F. McCauley M/M John McConnell M/M John P. McDermott M/M John P. McDermott Mrs. Suzanne McDermott M/M Richard McDermott M/M John M. McDonald Mr. James McEldowney Ms. Mary E. McGonigle Mr. Damien P. McGough M/M James McGovern, Jr. Ms. Mary Ann McGrath Mr. Craig McKenna Ms. Maryellen McLaughlin M/M Aloysius T. McLaughlin Mrs. Irene McMahon M/M John F. McNamara M/M Edward McNeil, Jr. Mr. John C. Meditz M/M Ashok Mehta Ms. Kelly Parker Meredith Ms. Lynn M. Mertz Ms. Joan M. Merwin Ms. Patricia A. Metoyer Ms. Karen Mielnicki M/M Paul L. Minella Ms. Rosario Mogavero & Family Ms. Betty L. Mojica Mr. Vito Monaco M/M James Morano Mr. Robert F. Moriarty Ms. Mary Jane Morton M/M Edward F. Morton Ms. Deborah A. Mueller Ms. Joanne Muller

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Rev. John A. Mullin, S.J. Ms. Margaret Mullin M/M John T. Mullins Mr. Robert F. Mulvihill M/M John P. Murray Mr. Gerald D. Murry Ms. Eileen Nahaczewski M/M August P. Napoli M/M James T. Nolan Ms. Margaret L. Norton Ms. Mary C. O’Brien Ms. Dorothy J. O’Brien M/M Eduardo Ochoa The Keith Kevin O’Connor Legacy Fund of the Community Foundation Mr. John O’Donnell M/M Erwin J. O’Grady M/M Jeffrey O’Hara M/M James Ohaus Ms. Kathleen O’Keeffe Ms. Margaret O’Keeffe M/M Thomas M. Olson Ms. Tracey A. O’Neill M/M William Opaluch Ms. Christine Orzepowski Ms. Anne Orzepowski M/M Robert Oscilowski Mr. Anthony L. Ottaino, Jr. M/M Frank Pabon Ms. Teresa Pacheco-Restrepo M/M Michael Palko Mr. Joseph Panepinto M/M John Parisi M/M John Parisi Mr. Bruce G. Park M/M William F. Parker Mr. Kevin R. Parks Ms. Andrea Pastore Mr. Charles Peck Mr. DaShawn J. Perry M/M Arnold J. Perz M/M Vincent E. Petto Ms. Margaret Phelan Mr. Gerard N. Pica Mr. Fabrice Pilato Ms. Mary Pilla M/M Meyer J. Pincelli Mrs. Nancy Pine Ms. Caroline Record & Mr. Todd A. Pitcher M/M Frank Plantemoli Ms. Elaine Pochtar Dr. Eileen L. Poiani Ms. Maria Posas Mrs. Catherine A. Posselt Ms. Geraldine Price Mr. John Pricken M/M Carmine Priore

Mr. Geoffrey Proulx Ms. Sharon A. Quinn M/M Frank Raczynski Ms. Dolores Raimondo Ms. Christine E. Rainey Mrs. Patricia J. Ramella M/M Bruce Ramsburg The Ramspeck Family M/M James J. Rath Rev. Enrico Raulli, S.J. Mr. James Reilly Ms. Michele L. Reilly M/M Fred Reinl M/M Daniel K. Reinstein Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J. Mrs. Mary S. Reitter Ms. Hilda Reynoso Ms. Melissa A. Ricco M/M Scott Richbourg Ms. Hazel Rieling M/M Douglas Rischmann Ms. Nancy Rivera Ms. Lisa A. Santangelo & Mr. David V. Rizza Mr. Frank Rizzo Ms. Annmarie Rizzo Ms. Suzanne M. Roach M/M Henry Robertiello Mrs. Barbara Robinson Mr. Edwin W. Rodriguez M/M Javier A. Rodriguez Ms. Carolyn F. Romano M/M John J. Romano M/M William Ronzitti Ms. Synnove Naess & Mr. Clifford Rooke Ms. Jean M. Rooney Mr. Louis A. Ruberton, Jr. Mr. David Rubulotta Ms. Adeline B. Rufino M/M Michael S. Ruhnke M/M Robert J. Ryan Mr. Steven Ryan Dr. Katherine Safford-Ramus M/M Pasquale Saladino Ms. Lynn Saligman Mr. Charles A. Sanzone Ms. Maureen T. Savage Mr. Carl Schaefer M/M D. N. Scheidt Ms. Julieta Schiffino M/M Frank X. Schillari M/M Edward Schoonmaker Ms. Marianna Schroder M/M Kevin Schwartz M/M Joseph Scibetta M/M Michael Scotto M/M Mark Seeberg M/M Richard Seelaus


PRESIDENT’S REPORT friends | honorary and memorial gifts M/M Pasquale Severino Ms. Margaret M. Shalloe M/M James A. Shamburg Ms. Kaynaz Rokhsar & Mr. Yaron Shashoua M/M Steven Sheftall Ms. Helen R. Shelby Ms. Amanda Poxon & Mr. Matthew Sherwood M/M R. Stratford Shields M/M Joseph Shigo Ms. Maryann Sileno M/M Gregory Simons Ms. Boreta Singleton Ms. Catherine Sista M/M Ira Smelkinson Mrs. Tara C. Cronin, Mr. Charles R. Smith, & Family M/M Frank E. Smurlo, Jr. Ms. Sarah M. Solan Mrs. Susanne Sorace M/M Bernhard H. Spang Mr. Louis I. Squitieri M/M Michael Stella Mr. Leonard Stern Ms. Joan B. Stiles M/M Richard Stock M/M R. Stewart Strawbridge Ms. Patricia Sullivan Ms. Julia M. Sullivan Ms. Neel Suri M/M Philip F. Suse M/M Francis Sweeney Mr. Seymour Swissman Ms. Diane Szymanski Ms. Lauren Tanenbaum Mrs. Helen S. Thayer M/M Dennis F. Thompson Ms. Tina M. Thorp Mr. Peter Tillers M/M Louis M. Timpanaro M/M Hiam Tobias M/M Alan Todtenkopf Ms. Elizabeth Toledo M/M Frank Toritto M/M J. Tray M/M Charles D. Treanor Ms. Rosanne Trebesiner Ms. Kathleen Trelease M/M C. Trematerra M/M David N. Tucker M/M Robert C. Tuthill Ms. Mary D. Valenti M/M Keith Van Saders Ms. Jane C. Vardy Ms. Marjorie Velazquez Mr. Joseph A. Veniero Ms. Connie Verducci M/M Charles Visconsi

M/M Walter Wahlgren M/M Peter J. Walsh, Jr. Mr. John Walsh Mrs. Elizabeth R. Walsh Mr. William J. Walsh M/M Robert Walsh M/M Michael T. Walsh M/M William Walsh M/M. Michael Warjanka M/M Felix H. Wawra Ms. Harriet T. Werner Ms. Debby Werner M/M Thomas Whelan Ms. Barbara Wiereinski M/M George B. Wildridge, III M/M Brian L. Williams Mrs. Roberta Wilson Ms. Carol Wilson M/M Robert Wilson Mr. Steven H. Wohlert Ms. Adrianne Wozniak Mr. Damon Wright Mr. Thomas Wu Mr. Mehmet L. Yarar Ms. Elizabeth Yesalonia Ms. Ellen P. Zadroga M/M John P. Zaucha Mrs. Ethel Zucconi †

Membership in a particular gift club (e.g., President’s Council) is based on total giving during the fund year, regardless of the fund(s) to which the gifts were directed. Report listings reflect those gifts received between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010.

Honorary and Memorial Gifts The following donors made gifts in honor of, or in memory of, a Prep alumnus, parent or friend. Gifts made in direct support of a “Named Scholarship” - in honor of, or in memory of, the individual for whom the scholarship is named - are listed on pages 41-43.

Honorary Gifts In honor of the 1952 Hall of Fame Basketball Team

Dr. & Mrs. John F. Erath, ‘52 In honor of Anthony Azzarto, S.J.

M/M Peter J. Capizzi, ‘87 M/M John T. Chester, ‘74, P’03, ’05 Mr. and Dr. Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti, ‘90 The Hon. & Mrs. Daniel A. D’Alessandro, ‘67 M/M Brad T. Kloza, ‘91 M/M Joseph F. Mendez, Jr., ‘90 Mr. Michael T. Murphy, ‘04 M/M Michael J. Palazzoto, P’06 M/M Christopher A. Piparo, ‘82 Mrs. Carol Saam, P’93 In honor of Stephen P. Beiter, ‘55

Mr. Eric Beiter In honor of Gregory Boyle, S.J.

Mr. James J. Fallon, ‘47 In honor of Owen Boyle

Mr. Owen Boyle M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68 In honor of John Campion

Ms. Kathleen Fitzgerald & Mr. Michael F. Cocca, ‘56, P’92 In honor of John H. Cassedy, ‘48

Anonymous In honor of John V. Caulfield, ‘71

M/M William J. Ahearn, ‘75, P’01 Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph M. Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ’76 M/M Richard C. Gallagher M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02 M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ’12 Ms. Maureen Mitchell & Mr. Mark Nikiper M/M Thomas M. Olson M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78 Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J.

In honor of Vincent R. Collado, ‘96

Ms. Diane M. Bove, P’96 In honor of Kenneth Dandorph, P’86

Mr. Michael T. Lampariello, ‘05 Mr. Vivek Singh, ‘98 In honor of Shane D’Aprile, ‘02

Mr. Michael D’Aprile In honor of James C. DeAngelo, ‘85

Mr. Richard Bengloff Mr. John Jobbagy In honor of Carl DeLorenzo, ‘67

The Most Rev. Thomas Donato M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70 Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68 M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02 M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ’12 Mr. Patrick O’Connell, ‘94 M/M Michael Scotto In honor of Margaret DeMarco

M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79 In honor of the baptism of Clare Carmela Facchini

M/M Joseph D. Facchini, ‘98 In honor of Douglas J. Facciponti, ‘95

M/M Angelo Facciponti, P’95 In honor of the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Feury, ‘45

Mr. Peter T. Feury, ‘45 In honor of Grace and Andrew Filak

M/M Ronald A. Filak, ‘84 In honor of Albert G. Fleckenstein, ‘39

M/M Drew Bauman In honor of Najee B. Glass, ‘12

Ms. Agnes Bullwinkel In honor of Agnes and Gerard Hogan, P’83

M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83 In honor of James C. Horan, ‘70

Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph M. Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ’76 M/M Gerard Flood M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70 Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68 Mr. Gary Horan M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02 M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ’12 M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78 Mr. Steven Ryan Mr. Walter H. Schneider, ‘88 M/M Alex Yu, P’09 In honor of James Keenan, S.J.

M/M Louis Capezza M/M Anthony Cucolo

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memorial gifts

Mr. Anthony Facciponte, ‘05 M/M John A. Sari, P’00

In honor of the Society of Jesus

Mr. Joseph Shane Smith, ‘97

In memory of Catherine & Francis X. Beirne, ‘32

In honor of Walter B. Koszyk, ‘60

In honor of Dermot Sullivan, ‘12

Ms. Mary C. O’Brien

M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02

Mrs. Nancy Pine

In memory of Tina F. Bello

In honor of Kenneth Kunzman, ‘54

Memorial Gifts

M/M Michael Palko Ms. Patricia Sullivan In honor of Thomas J. Leane, ‘65

Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph M. Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ’76 M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02 M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ’12 In honor of Donald R. Lee, Jr.

M/M Donald R. Lee, ‘54 In honor of Anthony R. Mendolla, ‘62

Mr. Frank M. Esposito, ‘63 In honor of Rosie and Dan Park’s Birthdays

In memory of Mildred Ahearn, P’75

Ms. Ruth Caputo M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71, P’00, ‘03 Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71 Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46 Ms. Jean Kelly M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02 M/M Daniel K. Reinstein M/M Henry Robertiello M/M Joseph Shigo M/M Frank E. Smurlo, Jr. In memory of Donald Ahern, ‘52

M/M Thomas A. Brodowski, P’10, ’12

M/M Leo F. Ahern, ‘49

In honor of David Park, ‘10

In memory of James Alexander

M/M Mark Armstrong, P’10 Mr. Shawn Feeney Ms. Rosalie A. Migas & Mr. Raymond J. Fonck Ms. Marian Joyce & Mr. Robert J. Gillis M/M Harry Jessell M/M Steven Mazzari, P’10 M/M Stephen P. McAuley Mr. Bruce G. Park M/M Frank Plantemoli Ms. Marianna Schroder

M/M Terrence J. Rose, P’03, ’08

In honor of Antoinette & William Penaskovic

Mr. David Penaskovic, ‘88 In honor of William P. Pickett, ‘49

Mr. Edward Pickett, ‘00 In honor of Thomas L. Purcell, ‘53

In memory of Donald F. Alfano, ‘42

M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07 In memory of Joseph Amatrucola, P’04

Mrs. Miriam Amatrucola, P’94 In memory of Peter K.Arabia, S.J.

Ms. Tara McCann & Mr. Brian Spadora, ‘94 In memory of Raymond F. Balduf, S.J.

Ms. Roe Capodice Macaluso Ms. Nora Gelperin & Mr. Joe Giglio, ‘87 Ms. Bernadette M. Powis & Mr. William M. Mancini Mr. John P. Mannion, ‘93 Mr. David P. Suarez, ‘00

Mr. Joseph F. Purcell, ‘43

In memory of Walter & Pearl Barkovitz, P’69

In honor of Robert E. Reiser, S.J.

M/M Robert W. Barkovitz, ‘69

M/M Michael R. Grosodonia M/M Javier A. Rodriguez

In memory of James J. Barrett, ‘28

In honor of Joseph Riordan, S.J.

M/M John R. Riordan, ‘59 In honor of Philip F. Rodino, ‘05

M/M Frank Rodino, P’05, ’07 In honor of Leonard T. Safford, ‘67

Dr. Katherine Safford-Ramus In honor of Brian J. Sharrock, ‘98

M/M James A. Sharrock, P’98

Mr. James Barrett, ‘58 In memory of Mary K. & Richard S. Barry, P‘56

M/M Stephen T. Barry, ‘56 In memory of George Bate

The Hon. & Mrs. William J. Bate, ‘51, P’84 In memory of Raymond Bate, ‘56

In honor of Owen J. Sirianni, ‘13

The Hon. & Mrs. William J. Bate, ‘51, P’84

M/M David Sirianni, P’13

In memory of Frank A. Begans, P’84

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Mr. Frank Bello, P’81 In memory of Mark Bennett, ‘74

M/M George F. Faherty, P’72 In memory of Frank P. Bonavota, P’90

M/M Laurence Harden, P’11 Mr. Henry Madretzke Ms. Margaret Phelan Mrs. Catherine A. Posselt The Ramspeck Family M/M Michael T. Walsh Ms. Anne Caldas & Mr. Mark K. Wyville, ‘76, P’11

Mr. Peter F. Bonavota, ‘90

In memory of Eleanor A. Callahan, P’70, ‘72

In memory of Mark Bonner, ‘74

Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72

Mr. Raymond Schultz, ‘73

In memory of Barbara Carluccio, P’85

In memory of Frank S. Borkowski, ‘58

Mr. Stephen Carluccio, ‘85

Mrs. Marsha Borkowski

In memory of Mary H. Carr

In memory of Robert J. Boyko, ‘72

M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61

The Lola Schug Charitable Remainder Unitrust

In memory of Gertrude Carroll

In memory of Alice R. & Roger W. Breslin, Sr., P’55

In memory of Joseph J. Casazza, Sr., P’95, ‘97

M/M Roger W. Breslin, Jr., ‘55

Mr. Mark A. Carroll, ‘63

Mrs. Anne Brower

Mr. Christopher J. Casazza, ‘97 Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ’97 M/M Joseph J. Casazza, Jr., ‘95

In memory of Joseph T. Browne, S.J.

In memory of Joseph A. Cascio, ‘71

In memory of William D. Brower, ‘47

Dr. John P. Chibbaro, ‘59 In memory of John E. Browning, S.J., ‘46

M/M Thomas R. Murtha, P’76, ’83 In memory of Matthew T. Bryngil, P’87

Mr. David A. Bryngil, ‘87 In memory of David Buitron

Ms. Lisette Sanchez & Mr. William L. Robalino, ‘89 In memory of James J. Burke, ‘67

M/M. Joseph J. Bernero, P’00 In memory of Patricia & Edward Butler, P’64

Dr. & Mrs. John L. Butler, ‘64 In memory of James D. Butler, ‘50

Mrs. Patricia Butler In memory of Vincent P. Butler, Sr., ‘10

Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45 In memory of Violet Byszynski

M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61 In memory of Sebastião Cabral

Ms. Angela C. DeSouza & Mr. Kenji Kitamura, P’10 In memory of Theresa Caldas, P’76, ‘77

Anonymous M/M Timothy S. Canary Mr. Christopher J. Casazza, ‘97 Ms. Carolyn J. Crowe Ms. Gabriella Davis M/M James E. Fallon

M/M Anthony Altadonna Mr. Edward Ambrose M/M Thomas Ambrose M/M John W. Baker, III M/M Michael D. Bellows M/M Jeffrey Bishop Ms. Rose Bogdziul M/M Kevin M. Byrnes Mrs. Helen M. Cascio M/M Dominick Chillemi Dr. Joseph M. Cioffi, ‘71 M/M William J. Damask M/M Robert F. Deaven The Eccleston Family M/M Chet Figurski Mrs. Mary Kay Friend Ms. Maureen Gorman M/M Michael Gulban M/M Edward R. Hawkens The Marcom Family M/M Brian F. McCauley Ms. Rosario Mogavero & Family M/M Edward F. Morton Mr. John Pricken M/M Bruce Ramsburg Mrs. Barbara Robinson Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71 Weber Associates, Inc. M/M Brian L. Williams In memory of Edmund J. Caulfield, ‘37, P’71

Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71


PRESIDENT’S REPORT memorial gifts In memory of Patrick J. Caulfield, ‘41

M/M David P. Caulfield, ‘77 In memory of August S. Cazzola, ‘52

Mrs. August S. Cazzola In memory of Robert V. Chadwick, ‘47

M/M Thomas J. Flood, ‘48 In memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1952

M/M John C. Fink, Jr., ‘52 M/M Albert E. Mullin, Jr., ‘52 In memory of Thomas J. Cleary, Sr., ‘35

Mrs. Carolyn Cleary, P’61, ‘73 M/M Thomas J. Cleary, ‘61 In memory of Bill Cochrane

M/M William A. Tyrka, ‘54 In memory of Joseph E. Colford, Jr., ‘38

The Stuart S. Applebaum Giving Foundation In memory of Catherine Collins

Dr. Francis J. Meola, ‘58 Ms. Kelly Parker Meredith M/M Eduardo Ochoa M/M Randolph F. Orlowski, ‘58 M/M William F. Parker M/M Vincent E. Petto Ms. Geraldine Price Mrs. Patricia J. Ramella M/M Fred Reinl Ms. Nancy Rivera M/M Michael S. Ruhnke Mr. Edward P. Rumain, ‘58, P’94, ’98 M/M William J. Turnier, ‘58 Ms. Barbara Wiereinski Ms. Carol Wilson

In memory of Jane Dellmore

Mr. Josip Gazic, ‘94 In memory of Michael DeMarco, P’77, ‘79, ‘82, ‘85

M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79 In memory of John W. Devine, ‘46

Mrs. Maureen Devine In memory of Charles F. X. Dolan, S.J., ‘32

M/M Joseph F. Basil, Sr. Ms. Margaret Irwin Mr. Marc Keane The Estate of Mary Claire Sheridan In memory of James F. Dolan, S.J., ‘38

In memory of James Craffey, ‘47

Mrs. Dorothy L. Connell, P’71

In memory of Robert G. Gregan, S.J., ‘52

In memory of John F. Connors, ‘58

Rev. Thomas G. Benz, S.J.

M/M Frederick J. Baran, ‘58 Ms. Brenda M. Becker Mr. George Boisvert M/M Andrew Bostock M/M Jonathan E. Braid Mr. David Brand The Bruno Family M/M Frank Brzenk, ‘58 Ms. Su H. Chung Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Comizzoli, ‘58 Ms. Jean A. Connors M/M John D. Conroy, ‘58 M/M Louis DiBarba M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58 M/M Peter J. Donnelly, ‘58 M/M F. Gerard Drummond, ‘58, P’94, ’97, ’99, ’08 M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58 M/M Robert Ferrara, P’11 M/M Richard J. Gaven, ‘58 M/M John H. Gavin, ‘58 M/M Richard G. Grip Ms. Rosemary Hudecheck M/M Booker Johnson M/M James B. Kozmor, ‘58, P’89 M/M Ashok Mehta Mr. Donald G. Melega, ‘58 †

In memory of Br. Maurice Cronin, F.S.C.

Mr. James J. Collins M/M Thomas Esser

Dr. & Mrs. Fredrick J. Paternoster, ‘69, P’09 Mr. Paul A. Paternoster, ‘09

Mrs. Patricia Corcoran-Buonomo

In memory of Edward W. Connell, ‘35, P’71

In memory of Pamela Collins

In memory of Patrice Decker

In memory of Vincent G. Corcoran, ‘37

The Gaudiano & Moleti Families Ms. Kathleen Gianinio Ms. Ann A. Hibbarrd M/M John F. McNamara Mrs. Mary S. Reitter M/M Louis M. Timpanaro TopDown Consulting, Inc. M/M Keith Van Saders

Dr. & Mrs. James J. Brady, ‘54 Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72

M/M Edward Schoonmaker M/M Charles D. Treanor

Ms. Margaret Irwin In memory of Paul Doran, ‘32

M/M John P. Doran, ‘55 In memory of Joseph A. Dorgan, S.J., ‘43

Mr. Joseph G. Dorgan In memory of William J. Dorgan, ‘46

Mr. Joseph G. Dorgan In memory of Richard Drozd, ‘67

Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ’97 M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07 In memory of Loreto & Rizalina Dumadag, P’80, ’82

M/M Stephen K. Trynosky, Sr., P’94

Mr. Roger Dumadag, ‘80

In memory of Cecelia Crosson

In memory of Mary & Joseph Duncan

Mr. Matthew J. Crosson, ‘75

Sr. Frances M. Duncan, O.S.F.

In memory of James G. Cunningham, ‘31

In memory of Edward J. Egan, ‘60

Ms. Jane C. Vardy In memory of William & Anna Cunningham, P’58

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas F. X. Cunningham, ‘58 In memory of John B. Davis, ‘48

M/M Edward A. Alberque, Jr., ‘59 In memory of William G. Davis, ‘53

M/M Carl J. Blackwell M/M Charles A. Caruso M/M Joseph R. Cote M/M Richard Cummings Ms. Clare Davis Ms. Joanne Davis M/M Walter A. Davis, ‘43 M/M Joseph J. D’Onofrio M/M Joseph W. Farrell M/M Kenneth T. Jensen Ms. Lauren M. Jensen M/M James McGovern, Jr. The Pope John Endowment Fund M/M D. N. Scheidt

Anonymous In memory of Muriel C. Englisby

Mr. Edward J. Englisby, Jr., ‘48 In memory of Richard English, S.J.

M/M George F. Faherty, P’72 In memory of Jonathan Epps, ‘05

Mr. Marc J. Amadeo, ‘03 In memory of Eileen Fardellone, P’86

Mr. Anthony Fardellone, P’86 In memory of Edward Farrell, ‘57

M/M Richard S. Farrell, ‘61 In memory of Rev. William J. Farricker, S.J.

Dr. & Mrs. Michael J. Murphy, ‘51 In memory of James J. Ferretti

Mr. James C. Ferretti, ‘94 In memory of Daniel M. Finn, ‘99

Mr. Craig H. Addeo, ‘99 M/M John J. Finn, III, ‘81 PREP Magazine  www.spprep.org  FALL 2010

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MEMORIAL GIFTS

M/M Michael S. Mara, ‘98 Mr. Daniel Petersen, ‘98 M/M Robert A. Wallace, P’98

In memory of Catherine Golden

In memory of Frank Holt

Ms. Bernadette M. Powis & Mr. William M. Mancini

M/M Gary Holt, ‘74, P‘07

In memory of John J. Finn, Jr., ‘52, P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94

In memory of Joseph M. Greene, ‘53

M/M James C. Horan, ‘70

Mrs. Janina Szpotko-Greene

In memory of William F. X. Howe, ‘29, P’61, ‘63

In memory of Josephine and Salvatore Grillo, P’67

Dr. Denis I. Howe, ‘61

Dr. Joseph Grillo, ‘67

In memory of Bernard T. Hurley, ‘54

In memory of Robert J. Grogan

Mrs. Gwendolen Hurley

Mrs. Gloria Grogan

In memory of Philip Hurley, S.J.

In memory of Katherine Gronda, P’59

Mr. Richard K. Hurley

The Grant School Teachers’ Fund

In memory of Joseph J. Jiran, Jr., P’03

In memory of Carol Guenther

Mr. Michael J. Jiran, ‘03

Mr. Ralph L. Guenther, ‘56

In memory of Mr. & Mrs. John L. Johnson, Sr., P’78

In memory of Joyce Gurian, P’97, ‘00

Mr. John L. Johnson, ‘78

Mrs. Olga M. Fanok

In memory of Vincent F. Johnson, ‘44

In memory of Diego Gutierrez, P’91, ’94

M/M John S. Sirotniak, ‘57

M/M John J. Finn, III, ‘81 In memory of Agnes M. Finneran-Flinn

M/M John D. Flinn, ‘49 M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07 In memory of Francis X. Flaherty, ‘47

M/M Thomas J. Flood, ‘48 In memory of Blanche and George Fleck

M/M John T. Boyle In memory of Edward A. Fleckenstein, ‘37

M/M Drew Bauman In memory of Dr. Carl P. and Irene Fuardo, P’73

M/M Carl P. Fuardo, ‘73 In memory of John and Claire Furka P’72

Mr. James S. Gutierrez, ‘94 Dr. Emiliana P. Sandoval, P’91, ’94

In memory of Gertrude & James D. Horan, P’70

In memory of Jeffrey Kachel, ‘89

In memory of Jerry Halligan

M/M Peter E. Kachel, P’89, ‘94 M/M Frank Raczynski

Dr. & Mrs. Bruce R. Sabatini, ‘72

In memory of Michael J. Kane, P’84

In memory of John T. Halligan

Mrs. Kathleen Kane, P’84

Mr. Philip M. Czochanski, ‘80

In memory of Edward T. Kealy, P’65

In memory of Valerie Alijan Hammer

D/D Edward R. Kealy, ‘65

Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68

In memory of Annie Keenan

In memory of James A. Hanley, ‘62

M/M Frank Andryauskas

M/M John M. McDonald

In memory of John J. Keenan, S.J.

In memory of Frank Hansen, ‘74

M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02

Rev. Damian Hansen, ‘64

In memory of Patrick Keenan

In memory of Bernard M. Hartnett, Sr. ‘18, P’47

M/M Frank Andryauskas

M/M Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78

In memory of Joseph Kelleher, ‘32

In memory of Madeline & Antonio Germinario, P’70

In memory of Ted Hawrylak, P’82

Mrs. Monica K. Effner

Mrs. Rose Hawrylak, P’82

M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70

In memory of Wasil Hawrylak

In memory of Catherine C. Kennedy

M/M John M. Furka, ‘72 In memory of Sabino Gadaleta

Mr. Kevin Cocca, ‘92 In memory of Fay Gasparis

Ms. Debra Heffernan Mr. Ryan Heffernan In memory of Krsto Gazic, P’94, ‘99

Mr. Josip Gazic, ‘94 Mrs. Ledis Gazic, P’94, ‘99 In memory of Mime Gazic

Mr. Josip Gazic, ‘94 In memory of John F. Gelson, ‘49

M/M Richard J. Gelson, ‘56

In memory of Daniel Gerry, ‘74

Dr. & Mrs. Paul J. Roses, ‘74 In memory of John A. Gibney, Sr., ‘52, P’81

Mrs. Mary E. Gibney, P’81 In memory of Thomas Gill, P’77, ‘89

Mr. John J. Meehan, ‘61 In memory of Joan Heaney

Mr. James P. Heaney, ‘43 In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Anthony G. Herenda, P’79

Mr. Greg Herenda, ‘79

Mr. Robert Gill, ‘89 M/M Thomas E. Gill, ‘77

In memory of Fr. Edward Hinds

In memory of Francis A. Giordano, ‘40, P’70

In memory of Arthur E. Hoag, P’57

M/M Drew Bauman

M/M Anthony F. Giordano, ‘70

Mr. Raymond A. Hoag, ‘57

In memory of Edmund P. Gloriande, ‘64

In memory of Dale F. Hochstein, ‘70

Mr. Robert J. Diesner, ‘64

M/M Frederick W. Stevens, Jr., ‘70

In memory of Mark T. Gnecco ‘88

In memory of Charles Hoffmann

M/M Barry Gnecco, P’88 Mr. Walter H. Schneider, ‘88

In memory of Alan F. Holsey, ‘42

M/M Charles J. Hoffmann, ‘37 Mrs. Alan F. Holsey, ‘42

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M/M Matthew Carey, P’08 In memory of Raymond A. Kerwin, ‘39, P’83

Mr. James Kerwin, ‘83 In memory of Francis X. Kinahan, Sr., ‘33, P’62, ’68 Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 † In memory of Francis X. Kinahan, Jr., ‘62

Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 † In memory of Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68

M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07 In memory of Susan King

M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68 In memory of Henry Kolakowski

M/M Kenneth P. Zajac, P’10 In memory of Adele & Mike Kopki, P’63

Mr. Robert M. Kopki, ‘63


PRESIDENT’S REPORT MEMORIAL GIFTS In memory of Rev. Joseph W. Kukura, ‘59

In memory of Melinda Lally-Jimenez, P’80, ‘81

In memory of Salvatore Manderino

M/M Edward A. Alberque, Jr., ‘59 M/M Drew Bauman

Mr. Joseph G. Urciuoli, ‘58

Mr. Dennis M. Sheridan, ‘68

In memory of Eamonn Lee

In memory of Walter John Martin, ‘90

In memory of Derek Lagos

Mr. Eoin Treacy, ‘89

Mr. Walter M. Martin, P’90

In memory of Paul R. Lempa, ‘63

In memory of Susan Martinic

M/M Leo F. Campbell, ‘75 M/M Paul Cancro M/M Stephen B. Caplan M/M Edward R. Christensen M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07 M/M Robert R. Geisler M/M Robert E. Glynn M/M Jason Gorski M/M Joseph R. Guarino, P’86, ’89, ’92 M/M Edmund C. Heskin, Jr., ‘63 Mr. Edward W. Lempa M/M Michael Lempa Mrs. Sophie Lempa Ms. Arlene J. Lukaszewski M/M Ira Maltzman M/M Jack H. Marin NJASCD Ms. Anne Orzepowski Ms. Christine Orzepowski M/M Robert Oscilowski M/M Charles R. Parker, ‘61 M/M James J. Rath M/M James M. Richard, ‘66 M/M Dennis F. Thompson M/M J. Tray Ms. Debby Werner Ms. Harriet T. Werner Ms. Ellen P. Zadroga Mr. Ronald J. Zawacki, ‘66

Anonymous

Ms. Maria Agostino Mr. Christopher Boehning M/M Camillo Casano M/M John Connelly M/M Kevin Cutola Ms. Reina Dawkins M/M Alfred S. Doering M/M Charles Forker, P’10 Mr. Jose A. Garcia-Gonzalez Ms. Angelica Gonzalez M/M Stephen Grillo Ms. Jennifer Grizmala Ms. Dawn A. Hatton M/M Alexis Hernandez M/M Raymond Holowienka, P’11 M/M Kevin J. Kessler Ms. Summer Kocerha Mr. Tyler Lee Ms. Jennifer Lienhard Ms. Donna Marrone Ms. Ruth Martinez M/M John Marx Ms. Patricia A. Metoyer Dr. & Mrs. Neville Mirza, P’08 M/M James T. Nolan M/M James Ohaus Ms. Teresa Pacheco-Restrepo PDA McGeoujh Team Mr. DaShawn J. Perry Ms. Christine E. Rainey Mr. Justin G. Restrepo, ‘09 Mr. Ruben Restrepo, P’09 Ms. Hilda Reynoso Ms. Jean M. Rooney Ms. Lynn Saligman The Salvation Army Ms. Julieta Schiffino Ms. Ingrid Schultze-Lagos & Mr. Walter Lagos, P’09 Secaucus Education Association, Inc. M/M Pasquale Severino M/M Steven Sheftall Take It to the Max, Inc. M/M Hiam Tobias Ms. Elizabeth Toledo Mr. Robert A. Valente, ‘92 Ms. Marjorie Velazquez M/M Felix H. Wawra M/M Aurelio Yllanes, P’09

In memory of Anthony Massarelli

Dr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Massarelli, Jr., ‘77 Mr. Joseph A. Massarelli, ‘80 In memory of William J. Matz, ‘72

M/M William Bracey, ‘72 In memory of Dr. Dominic A. Mauriello, P’71, ‘75, ‘79

M/M Thomas D. Mauriello, ‘79 In memory of Joseph Maxcey, S.J.

M/M Thomas S. Larson, ‘73 In memory of Kevin J. McAuliffe, P’89, ’92, ’99

Mrs. Kathryn B. McAuliffe, P’89, ’92, ’99 In memory of Donald McCarthy, ‘43

Mr. Campbell J. McCarthy, ‘41 In memory of J. Randall McCarthy, ‘57

Ms. Virginia McCarthy In memory of James F. McGovern, ‘27

M/M John P. Doran, ‘55 In memory of Mary & John McGovern, P’75

Mr. Thomas McGovern, ‘75 In memory of William J. McGovern, ‘41

Mr. Harold T. McGovern, ‘46 Mrs. William J. McGovern, P’70, ’72, ’75, ’78, ’83, ’84 In memory of Joseph E. McMahon, ‘46

In memory of Thomas Lenahan

Mrs. Irene McMahon

Mr. Eugene Lenahan, ‘73

In memory of Marie D. McQuillan, P’02

In memory of Robert A. Lombardi, ‘57

Mr. Thomas B. McQuillan, ‘02

Mrs. Janice Lombardi M/M Ferdinand S. Pieroni, ‘57

In memory of Anna Meehan

In memory of Denis Loughman, ‘72

In memory of Donald G. Melega, ‘58

Mr. John J. Meehan, ‘61

Mr. Stephen C. Caruana, ‘72 In memory of Severo Lucero, Jr., P’97, ‘98, ‘01

Mr. John P. Lucero, ‘98 In memory of Robert C. Lynch, ‘40

Mr. Robert J. Lynch In memory of Ann Madden, P’81

Mr. Gerald T. Madden, ‘81 In memory of Michele Magee

Mr. Robert N. Caruso, ‘56 In memory of Nora F. Maher

In memory of Bartholomew Lahiff, S.J., ‘42

Mr. Joseph G. Dunn, ‘66

Mr. William J. Dennehy, ‘43

In memory of Justin D. Mahon, Sr., ‘27

Mrs. Justin D. Mahon, Sr.

M/M Ronald A. Basil M/M Frank Brzenk, ‘58 M/M Michael Cronin, Jr. & Family M/M Michael Cronin, Sr. & Family M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58 M/M Peter J. Donnelly, ‘58 M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58 M/M Karl Ledebuhr & Family M/M Peter Marchetta M/M Philip R. Martorelli, ‘59 M/M Arnold J. Perz Mrs. Tara C. Cronin, Mr. Charles R. Smith, & Family Ms. Sarah M. Solan Mrs. Susanne Sorace

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MEMORIAL GIFTS

Ms. Neel Suri Mr. Seymour Swissman M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58 Mr. Steven H. Wohlert

M/M John R. Fitzhenry, ‘55 M/M John M. Furka, ‘72 Mr. Kevin R. Parks

Dr. B. Melvin Kiernan, ‘53 M/M Michael L. Lynch, ‘70 M/M Joseph P. Stancati, ‘66

In memory of Edward Paschik, ‘69

In memory of Eusevia Rumain, P’94, ’98

In memory of Marilyn M. Mezey

M/M Drew Bauman

Mr. Edward P. Rumain, ‘58, P’94, ’98

Mr. Ernest F. Mezey, ‘61

In memory of Rita Pawlikowski

In memory of Joseph J. Ruvane, Jr., ‘42

In memory of Emery Mikula, ‘60

Rev. Matthew P. Pawlikowski, ‘82

Mrs. Joseph J. Ruvane, Jr.

Dr. Frank M. Reuter, ‘60

In memory of Felix Paz

In memory of Christopher J. Ryan, ‘44

In memory of Edmund J. Mooney, ‘43

Ms. Maria M. Kovacs, P’03

Mrs. Mary M. Ryan

Mrs. Edmund J. Mooney

In memory of Beverly Peluso

In memory of Tejibai Sachanandani

In memory of Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48

M/M Brian McGorty, P’01

M/M Harish Sachanandani, P’11

Mr. William S. Beinecke M/M Robert C. Butler Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J. M/M R. Stewart Strawbridge M/M Philip F. Suse

In memory of Ronald E. Pochis, ‘65

In memory of Brice A. Sachs, ‘46

Mrs. Janet A. Pochis

Mrs. Dorothy T. Sachs

In memory of Eileen Poiani

In memory of Eric Weber, P’53

In memory of Gerald F. Mullin, ‘38

M/M John J. Kealty, Jr. Ms. Margaret Mullin In memory of James F. Mullin, 1894

Ms. Margaret Mullin In memory of Lee Mulvihill

Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72 In memory of John T. Murphy, ‘30, P’74

Dr. Eileen L. Poiani

M/M Louis A. Weber, ‘53

In memory of Jean Polese, P’74

In memory of Aloysius B. Whalen, ‘34

Ms. Caroline M. Maragni & Mr. Samuel D. Polese, ‘74

M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58 In memory of David E. Wilson, ‘50

In memory of William T. Purcell, ‘47

Mrs. Roberta Wilson

Mr. Joseph F. Purcell, ‘43

In memory of Garrett J. Wishbow, ‘42

In memory of Timothy G. Quille, ‘81

Dr. J. Ernani S. Domingo, ‘87

M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ’73 Ms. Robin Bona Coordinated Child Care of Pinellas, Inc. M/M Charles R. Costigan Ms. Margaret T. Cullen M/M Don Elmes Mr. Robert Kyber M/M Bernhard H. Spang The Thursday Bridge Club M/M Robert Wilson

In memory of Matthew A. Reilly, ‘43

In memory of Raymond York. S.J.

M/M Daniel A. Apruzzese, ‘81 M/M Brian O. Nevins, ‘81 In memory of James J. Quinn, ‘38

M/M Thomas J. Murphy, ‘74

Ms. Sharon A. Quinn

In memory of Thomas P. Murray, S.J.

In memory of Henry J. Raimondo, ‘65

M/M Joseph C. Weiss, ‘68 In memory of Norman C. Murtagh, ‘49

D/D John M. Driscoll In memory of George E. Myer, ‘53, P’89, ‘94

Ms. Dolores Raimondo In memory of Louie D. Ramos, ‘91

Mrs. Virginia Myer, P’89, ‘94

Mr. James Reilly Ms. Michele L. Reilly

In memory of John P. Nealon, Jr., ‘76

In memory of Lou Rettino, ‘59

Mr. Michael R. Milano, ‘70 In memory of Joseph A. Novak, S.J.

Dr. & Mrs. James J. Brady, ‘54 The Hon. & Mrs. James H. Dowden, P’78 Mrs. Antoinette N. Frees, P’74 In memory of John A. O’Grady

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas J. O’Grady, ‘50 In memory of Harold J. Oppido, S.J.

M/M Drew Bauman M/M Martin Doyle Mr. John O’Donnell M/M John R. Raslowsky, II, ‘79 Mr. Walter H. Schneider, ‘88 In memory of Clement C. O’Sullivan, ‘23

M/M Leonard Fordellone Dr. John M. McAdam, ‘72 In memory of Robert E. Parks, Jr., ‘72

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M/M George F. Faherty, P’72 In memory of Maria Ricciardone

Ms. Margaret Azzarella M/M Calogero C. Dionisi M/M Frank L. Farrell M/M Aristide G. Gangone M/M Vincenzo Gangone Ms. Maryann Hammer M/M Francis McArdle Ms. Karen Mielnicki M/M James Morano Ms. Margaret L. Norton M/M Meyer J. Pincelli In memory of Timothy Riordan, ‘53

M/M John R. Riordan, ‘59 In memory of Linda Rodino

M/M Drew Bauman In memory of Charles J. Rooney, P’67, ‘69

Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT GIFTS TO NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS

Gifts to Named Scholarships The Richard C. Barry, ‘63 Scholarship

The Estate of Richard C. Barry, ‘63 The Robert J. Boyko, ‘72 Scholarship

Mr. Frank P. Capparelli, ‘45 The Lola Schug Charitable Remainder Unitrust The Breckenridge Avenue Scholarship

M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III, P’08, ‘10, ‘12 The Deborah S. & Gerard R. Brill, ‘57 Scholarship

M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57 The Rev. John E. Browning, S.J., ‘46 Scholarship

Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99 The Jack Casey Scholarship

Ms. Nora Gelperin & Mr. Joe Giglio, ‘87 M/M Joseph Hannon, P’05 Mr. Robert J. Spearing, ‘77 Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99 The Class of 1958 Scholarship

M/M George W. Armbruster, ‘58 M/M Frederick J. Baran, ‘58 M/M Ronald A. Basil Ms. Brenda M. Becker Mr. George Boisvert M/M Andrew Bostock M/M Jonathan E. Braid Mr. David Brand M/M Frank Brzenk, ‘58 M/M Edward J. Burke, ‘58 Mr. Ray Campos Ms. Su H. Chung Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Comizzoli, ‘58 Ms. Jean A. Connors M/M John D. Conroy, ‘58 M/M Michael Cronin, Jr. & Family M/M Michael Cronin, Sr. & Family M/M Louis DiBarba M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58 M/M Peter J. Donnelly, ‘58 M/M F. Gerard Drummond, ‘58, P’94, ‘97, ‘99, ‘08 M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58 M/M Robert Ferrara, P’11 M/M Richard J. Gaven, ‘58 M/M John H. Gavin, ‘58 Mr. Michael L. Grabler, ‘58 M/M Richard G. Grip M/M William Hamilton

Ms. Rosemary Hudecheck M/M Booker Johnson M/M James B. Kozmor, ‘58, P’89 M/M Karl Ledebuhr & Family M/M Peter Marchetta M/M Philip R. Martorelli, ‘59 M/M Richard P. McConville, ‘58 M/M Donald C. McLaughlin, ‘58 M/M Ashok Mehta Mr. Donald G. Melega † Dr. Francis J. Meola, ‘58 Ms. Kelly Parker Meredith M/M James T. Messano, ‘58 M/M Eduardo Ochoa Mr. Peter J. O’Connor, ‘58 Mr. Thomas H. O’Mara, ‘58 M/M William F. Parker M/M Vincent E. Petto Ms. Geraldine Price M/M Thomas R. Reilly, ‘58 M/M Fred Reinl Ms. Nancy Rivera Ms. Lisa A. Santangelo & Mr. David V. Rizza M/M Michael S. Ruhnke Mr. Edward P. Rumain, ‘58, P’94, ‘98 Ms. Sarah M. Solan Mrs. Susanne Sorace Ms. Neel Suri Mr. Seymour Swissman M/M William J. Turnier, ‘58 M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58 Ms. Barbara Wiereinski Dr. & Mrs. Gary R. Wiley, ‘58 Ms. Carol Wilson Mr. Steven H. Wohlert The Joseph E. Colford, ‘38 Scholarship

The Stuart S. Applebaum Giving Foundation Mr. Brian J. Colford, ‘81 Mrs. Catherine L. Colford, P’68, ‘71, ‘73, ‘74, ‘81 Mr. Christopher J. Colford, ‘73 Mr. Francis X. Colford M/M Paul D. Colford, ‘71, P’09 Dr. Jeanne Pare & Mr. Peter G. Colford, ‘74 Ms. Michele L. Reilly The Cregan-Watters Class of ‘52 Scholarship

Rev. Thomas G. Benz, S.J. Mr. Edward S. Purcell, Jr., ‘52 The John R. Crowe, ‘62 Scholarship

Mr. Sean A. Adams, ‘91 Ms. Maryann Crowe

The Dolan Family Scholarship

Mr. Sean A. Adams, ‘91 The Daniel M. Finn, ‘99 Scholarship

M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72, P’05, ‘10 M/M James Curran M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07 M/M Thomas Mara, P’98 M/M Anthony Novello, P’93 Mr. Anthony L. Ottaino, Jr. M/M Gerard M. Ruane, P’03 Mr. Vivek Singh, ‘98 The John J. Finn, ‘52 Scholarship

M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07 The Blanche & George Fleck Scholarship

M/M John T. Boyle Mr. Owen Boyle M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68 Ms. Madelyn Fleck The Friends of Jersey City Scholarship

M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86 The Alfreda Fromfield Scholarship

M/M Terrence J. Rose, P’03, ‘08 M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08 The John Michael Giordano, ‘83 Scholarship

M/M Michael P. Accardi M/M Michael T. Acevedo M/M Frank Ashe, ‘55, P’90 M/M Todd J. Baremore Ms. Diane K. Barrett Ms. Lynn Bartley Ms. Barbara V. Berger M/M Joseph Bevilacqua Ms. Noreen Bohse M/M Patrick A. Bonner, Jr., ‘81 Mr. Peter Brennan Mr. Major Brown M/M John P. Bruno Ms. Catherine Buck Mr. Robert J. Buhr M/M Nicholas Capodice, P’07 Mr. Thomas Cappadona Ms. Elaine Carney Mr. William M. Carroll M/M Angelo Casarola Mr. Joseph T. Cassidy, ‘59 M/M Dominic Casulli, P’87, ‘89 Ms. Patricia Catania Ms. Susan M. Cinelli M/M Richard Civitello Ms. Nidia D. Colon M/M Raymond T. Coughlin Ms. Gail Cousins Ms. Ann Maria Dachille

Ms. Valerie D’Antonio Mr. Thomas DeGise Ms. Kathleen C. DeGregorio Ms. Lynette M. D’Elia M/M Carl S. DeLorenzo, ‘67 M/M William DeRosa M/M Joseph DeSalvo, Sr. Ms. Maureen Devlin Mr. Louis Diangelo, ‘74 Donohue, Gironda & Doria M/M Timothy Donovan, P’11 M/M David M. Dowden, ‘83 Ms. Diane Dynes M/M George Faro M/M Thomas J. Favia, Sr., P’77, ‘78 Ms. Janet Fegely Ms. Rita Flynn M/M James P. Fogarty Mr. Steven M. Fulop M/M Stanley J. Gajewski Mr. Henry Gallo M/M Michael Giordano, P’83 Ms. Mary E. Golden Ms. Sandra Griffin M/M Joseph P. Haley M/M Patrick Haley M/M William Haley Ms. Maryann Hammer M/M Joseph Hannon, P’05 Ms. Mary S. Hatfield Ms. Delores Hayes M/M Peter J. Healy, P’97, ‘99, ‘01 M/M Scott Hockwitt M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83 Ms. Joan M. Hutchins Ms. Joan Incognito M/M Edward Johnson M/M John M. Johnson Ms. Susan M. Johnston-Conroy M/M Francis Kahle Ms. Marybeth Kahle Mr. William Kahle M/M Kevin Kelly M/M Arthur Kiernan Ms. Lois King Dr. & Mrs. Allan Levy Ms. Jessica Lisa Ms. Margaret Lisa Mr. Michael W. Lisa M/M John M. Lucciola M/M Steven MacDonald Ms. Andrea Magner Ms. Catherine M. Magner M/M William Magner M/M Joseph P. Marmora, Jr., ‘74 Ms. Jeanelle Marzocca M/M William McBride, P’05

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT M/M John McConnell M/M John P. McDermott M/M John P. McDermott Ms. Mary E. McGonigle Ms. Mary Ann McGrath M/M Edward McNeil, Jr. Meadowlands Associates, Inc. Ms. Joan M. Merwin Ms. Betty L. Mojica Mr. Vito Monaco Ms. Mary Jane Morton Ms. Joanne Muller M/M John T. Mullins M/M August P. Napoli Ms. Kathleen O’Keeffe Ms. Margaret O’Keeffe M/M William Opaluch M/M Frank Pabon M/M John Parisi Ms. Andrea Pastore Mr. Gerard N. Pica Mr. Joseph E. Pilla, ‘65 Ms. Mary Pilla Ms. Caroline Record & Mr. Todd A. Pitcher Ms. Maria Posas M/M Carmine Priore Ms. Hazel Rieling Rivera for Freeholder Ms. Suzanne M. Roach Mr. Edwin W. Rodriguez Ms. Carolyn F. Romano M/M John J. Romano M/M William Ronzitti Ms. Adeline B. Rufino M/M Paul A. Rutch, ‘83 M/M Pasquale Saladino M/M Thomas M. Schember, ‘79 M/M Frank X. Schillari M/M Joseph Scibetta M/M James A. Shamburg Ms. Maryann Sileno Ms. Catherine Sista M/M Lawrence Smith, P’01, ‘05 Mr. Louis I. Squitieri M/M Michael Stella Ms. Joan B. Stiles Ms. Diane Szymanski Mr. Joseph A. Terranova, ‘64 Ms. Tina M. Thorp Mr. Peter Tillers M/M Frank Toritto Ms. Rosanne Trebesiner M/M C. Trematerra M/M Robert C. Tuthill Ms. Mary D. Valenti M/M Thomas Van Note, P’99 44

GIFTS TO NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS

Mr. Joseph A. Veniero M/M Walter Wahlgren Walsh Dodge Mr. John Walsh M/M William Walsh Mr. William J. Walsh M/M Michael Warjanka M/M George B. Wildridge, III Ms. Elizabeth Yesalonia M/M John P. Zaucha

The Justin D. Mahon, ‘27 Scholarship

Mrs. Gertrude T. Mahon The William P. Maresca, ‘50 Scholarship

Mrs. Beverly S. Maresca The Robert McDermott Scholarship

Mrs. Suzanne McDermott The John McGovern, ‘80 Scholarship

M/M Francis P. Briamonte, III, ‘86 M/M Vincent M. Cronen M/M William J. Egan, III The Coach Jerry Halligan Scholarship M/M John T. Feeney, ‘80 M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72, M/M Terence M. Feeney, ‘76 P’05, ’10 Mr. Patrick Hughes, ‘67 M/M Leo J. Hurley, ‘70 M/M Thomas D. Mauriello, ‘79 Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99 Mr. William McDonough, ‘80 The Jesuit Memorial Scholarship M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76, M/M Drew Bauman P’11 Rev. John Mullin, S.J. M/M Jeffrey O’Hara M/M John R. Raslowsky, II, ‘79 Reliable Rubber and Plastic The Annie & Patrick Keenan Scholarship Machinery Company M/M David J. Viggiano, ‘79 Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 † The James F. Keenan, S.J., Scholarship M/M Thomas Wyville, ‘80 M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ‘73 The Mary Jane Meehan Scholarship M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72, Robert M. Carducci, M.D., ‘54 P’05, ‘10 The Mertz Family Scholarship M/M Thomas P. Finn, ‘87 Church of the Little Flower M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02 M/M Francis J. Mertz, ‘54 The ‘Legends of Prep’ Scholarship

M/M William J. Ahearn, ‘75, P’01 The Most Rev. Thomas Donato M/M Laurence T. Fell, ‘54 M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07 M/M Gerard Flood Mr. Anthony J. Fortunato M/M Michael Giacone, P’12 M/M Brian Horan Mr. Gary Horan M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02 Mr. William A. Knapp, Jr., P’00 M/M August T. Lembo, P’04 M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ‘12 Mrs. Virginia H. Moriarty M/M Thomas M. Olson M/M Rafael Ortiz, P’10 Mr. Denis J. O’Sullivan, ‘70 M/M John Pflug, Jr., P’06 M/M Edward D. Riedlinger, ‘67 Mr. Thomas Rogers, ‘08 Mr. Alfred Sattelberger, ‘66 M/M Michael Scotto Mr. Michael Thomas, ‘70 M/M Alex Yu, P’09

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Ms. Lynn M. Mertz Mr. Mehmet L. Yarar The Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48 Scholarship

Mr. William S. Beinecke M/M R. Stewart Strawbridge M/M Philip F. Suse The Nodine Family Scholarship

M/M Robert W. Nodine, ‘67 The Clement C. O’Sullivan, ‘23 Scholarship

Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99 The Jerome Pedersen, ‘92 Scholarship

Anonymous M/M Richard W. Agresta, ‘70 Mr. Christian A. Bontigao, ‘92 M/M Steven Boyd, P’96, ‘01 Mr. Rick A. Briamonte, ‘99 Mr. Keith R. Bucher, ‘90 Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45 Mr. John J. Collins, ‘93 M/M Kevin J. Collins, ‘57 Mr. Joseph Giordano, ‘01 Mr. Anthony Guma, ‘90 Mr. Christopher Hetherington, ‘08 Mr. William Hoffman, ‘90 Ms. Charlene Hughes

Mr. Robert J. Kelly, ‘60 Mr. Harold McDonald, ‘80 Mr. Paul Mulcahy, ‘90 Mr. Joseph A. Perez, Jr., ‘99 Mr. Mohammad Riaz, ‘00 M/M John E. Savage, ‘57 Col. Michael A. Sawyer Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71 Mr. Dorian T. Timmons, ‘98 Mr. Joseph Villanella, ‘79 Mr. Nicholas G. Warnock, ‘94 M/M Joseph Wroblewski The Restricted Scholarship Fund

Anonymous M/M Daniel A. Apruzzese, ‘81 Mr. Christian S. Boggiano, ‘98 Bond Drugs, Inc. The Boys & Girls Club of Clifton The Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association The Bucher Foundation Ms. Ruth Caputo Dr. Robert M. Carducci, ‘54 Dr. & Mrs. James M. Caulfield, ‘46, P’73 M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71, P’00, ‘03 Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71 The John Confort Foundation Mr. Douglas J. Facciponti, ‘95 The Dan Finn, ‘99 Basketball Classic Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46 Ms. Rosalie A. Migas & Mr. Raymond J. Fonck M/M Charles Forker, P’10 Rick Gallo Racing M/M Michael Giacone, P’12 Mr. Robert Gill, ‘89 M/M Thomas E. Gill, ‘77 Ms. Marian Joyce & Mr. Robert J. Gillis M/M Stephen Grillo The Gronton School Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68 Immaculate Conception Church Ms. Jean Kelly M/M Thomas C. Kiely, ‘68 The Kiss Cares Foundation M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02 The Knights of Columbus M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48 M/M Steven Mazzari, P’10 M/M Stephen P. McAuley M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76, P’11 Mr. John C. Meditz


PRESIDENT’S REPORT GIFTS TO NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS | 2010 FUNDRAISING SUMMARY Monumental Baptist Church M/M Richard D. Moriarty, ‘62 Mrs. Virginia H. Moriarty Ms. Deborah A. Mueller M/M Brian O. Nevins, ‘81 New Community Corporation Our Lady of Sorrows Church Mr. Joseph Panepinto Mr. Bruce G. Park M/M William P. Pickett, ‘49, P’00 M/M Frank Plantemoli M/M Daniel K. Reinstein The Emla Rimelspacher Scholarship Fund M/M Henry Robertiello The Rosary Society of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Saint Andrew the Apostle School Saint Philip’s Academy Saint Rose of Lima Newark, NJ Alumni Association The Saint Vincent de Paul Foundation Mr. Carl Schaefer Ms. Julieta Schiffino The Scholarship Fund for Inner-City Children M/M Joseph Shigo M/M Frank E. Smurlo, Jr. Mr. Leonard Stern Ms. Patricia Sullivan Trinity Academy M/M Thomas Whelan The Gerard S. Russoniello, ‘62 Scholarship

2010 Fundraising Summary Gifts received between 7/1/2009 – 6/30/10

The Prep Fund Annual Fund Alumni

$ 1,143,858

Parents

$

275,273

Friends

$

112,491

Senior Gift

$

2,874

Tuition Support

$

301,756

Restricted Gifts

$

83,012

Subtotal

$ 1,919,264

Events Student Walkathon

$

85,199

Fashion Show

$

111,255

Golf Tournament

$

80,080

The 144 Grand Gala

$

389,118

Subtotal

$

664,652

131,654

The Imagine Fund Scholarship Funds

$

M/M Joseph P. Russoniello, ‘59

Capital Projects

$ 3,296,432

The Tedesco Family Scholarship

Subtotal

$ 3,428,086

M/M Francis A. Tedesco, ‘74 The Donald J. Unger, Jr. Scholarship

M/M Ralph Ferrara M/M Vernal F. Piantanida, ‘55 Mr. Donald J. Unger, Sr., ‘55 The Ward Family Scholarship

M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63 The Ronald H. Wieczorek, ‘60 Scholarship

Carpe Diem Scholarship Funds

$

51,862

Capital Projects

$

22,997

Subtotal

$

74,859

TOTAL FUNDRAISING REVENUE

$ 6,086,861

Mr. Gregory R. Wieczorek, P’00 The Thomas W. Zito, Sr., Scholarship

Cento Amici M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71

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2010 FUNDRAISING SUMMARY

Alumni Contributions to All Prep Funds Top 10 Classes with Greater than 100 Members 1971 1957 1960 1986 1983 1966 1963 1958 1968 1962

$ 670,401.55 $ 356,491.25 $ 276,060.00 $ 167,110.35 $ 109,120.00 $ 95,755.00 $ 87,043.00 $ 78,345.40 $ 59,672.04 $ 58,290.00

Top 5 Classes with Fewer than 100 Members 1948

$ 338,407.40

1950

$ 39,780.00

1946

$ 37,300.00

1949

$ 24,025.00

1945

$ 13,686.53

Alumni Percentage of Participation to All Prep Funds Total Alumni Participation: 24% Top 10 Classes with Greater than 100 Members 1958

65%

1957

56%

1954

49%

1955

48%

1953

46%

1951

44%

1967

44%

1959

40%

2010

40%

1952

37%

Top 5 Classes with Fewer than 100 Members 1950

57%

1946

41%

1947

41%

1943

39%

1940

33%

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We gratefully acknowledge gifts to Imagine: The Fund for Saint Peter’s Prep, which supports special capital and scholastic initiatives. This listing includes all designated gifts since the fund’s inception in October 2006. M/M Richard W. Agresta, ‘70 M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86 M/M Paul L. Audet, ‘71 M/M Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr., ‘62 The Estate of Richard C. Barry, ‘63 M/M William J. Bell, ‘57 M/M Richard J. Bender, ‘74, P’04,’09 The Estate of James R. Berry, ‘47 Rev. Vincent L. Biagi, S.J. Dr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Bier, ‘58 Mr. Steven B. Boyd, ‘96 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Braddock, ‘47 M/M Roger W. Breslin, Jr., ‘55 M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57 Dr. & Mrs. John L. Butler, ‘64 Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45 The Estate of Henry J. Byrne, ‘51 M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61 Ms. Tracey Thayer & Mr. Jeffrey Cartwright, P’01,’04 Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95,’97 M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71, P’00,’03 Mr. & Dr. Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti, ‘90 M/M Christopher J. Colford, ‘73 M/M Brian J. Colford, ‘81 M/M Francis X. Colford M/M Paul D. Colford, ‘71, P’09 The Estate of John J. Connelly, ‘58 M/M William H. Connolly, Jr., ‘65 Mr. Joseph K. Cooney, ‘68 M/M William J. Cozine, ‘55 M/M Peter J. Cresci, ‘85 M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72, P’05,’10 M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79 M/M Vincent B. DiDomenico, Jr., ‘84 The Estate of Jerome A. Dolan The Estate of Marguerite Dolan M/M David M. Dowden, ‘83 M/M Patrick J. Downes, ‘57 Mr. Vincent G. Drennan, ‘48 M/M Thomas W. Duncan, ‘60

The Estate of Edwin C. Eastwood, ‘47 The Estate of James Escude, ‘39 M/M Robert R. Esti, ‘55 The Estate of Monsignor James L. Fallon, ‘35 Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46 M/M John Formoso, ‘89 The Lewis M. Gabbe Foundation M/M Anthony S. Gargiulo, ‘46, P’77 M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70 Dr. Madeline Romeu & Mr. George P. Gurdak, ‘70, P’03 The Estate of Rev. Robert J. Halliwell, ‘49 M/M Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78 M/M Raymond J. Hennessey, ‘90 M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83 M/M James C. Horan, ‘70 The Estate of Frank T. Judge, Jr., ‘43 Mr. Marc J. Keane The Estate of Paul M. Kierney, ‘66 M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91,’94,’02 Dr. & Mrs. Francis H. Koch, ‘61 M/M Kenneth F. Kunzman, ‘54 Dr. & Dr. Donald W. Landry, ‘72 M/M Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04 M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11,’12 The Estate of Marie Lowe Mr. James F. X. Lyness M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48 Rev. Earle L. Markey, S.J., ‘49 M/M Michael C. Mauer, P’13 M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76, P’11 The Estate of Francis McIntyre M/M James A. McLaughlin, Jr., ‘54 Mr. Michael R. Milano, ‘70 Rev. Walter F. Modrys, S.J., ‘62 M/M Joseph P. Monteleone, P’98,’02 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48 Mrs. Edmond N. Moriarty The Edmond N. & Virginia H. Moriarty Charitable Foundation

M/M James G. Mortenson, ‘71 Rev. John A. Mullin, S.J. M/M Paul K. Napoli, ‘63, P’90 The Estate of Rev. Maurice L. O’Keefe, ‘49 M/M Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51 M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78 M/M William O. Perkins, III, ‘86 M/M Charles F. X. Poggi, ‘49 The Hon. & Mrs. Robert C. Pollock, Jr., ‘57 The Estate of Edward Prendergast M/M Robert R. Regan, ‘52 M/M Edward F. Reid, ‘55 Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J. The Estate of William E. Ringle, ‘56 M/M James G. Rizzo, ‘77, P’10 M/M William L. Robalino, ‘89 Dr. Linda R. DeGaeta & Dr. Patrick J. Ryan, ‘68 Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71 M/M Donald W. Schroeder, ‘87 M/M Gerald V. Sheehan, ‘48 The Estate of Mary Claire Sheridan M/M Matt D. Slootsky, ‘94 The Frederick J. Snyder, Jr., Foundation The Seth Sprague Foundation Ms. Bette Mohr & Mr. Charles J. Steele, ‘48 M/M William J. Stoutenburgh, ‘51 M/M Antonio Suarez, ‘92 M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, ‘53, P’93 M/M William J. Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09 M/M Francis A. Tedesco, ‘74 M/M Marcel E. Wagner, Jr., ‘56 The Estate of John J. Walsh, ‘41 M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06,’08 M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63 M/M Kevin J. Ward, ‘66 M/M Keith K. West, ‘76 The Estate of Rev. Monsignor Edward F. Wojtycha, ‘30 M/M Nicholas H. Wood, ‘86 M/M Leo J. Zatta, P ‘11 M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71

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Jesuit “Mr.”: Scholastics Shape the Prep Experience As part of the process of formation, young Jesuits spend two to three years working in schools, colleges or other institutions while fully immersed in community life – a period known as “regency.” This fall, Ben Brenkert, S.J., who completed his Jesuit novitiate long experiment at Prep in 2007, returns to Jersey City as a Jesuit scholastic to begin his regency.

“Mistah”

by Jack Savage, ’57 September 1953 Grand & Warren! We came from parishes throughout Jersey City and beyond…325 strong! We knew all about priests and nuns. Clearly this was going to be different… Jesuits! Fathers Meagher, Redmond, McGrail, McCusker, Murray & Murray, Bauer, York, Butler, Purcell, Smith, Joe Novak, S.J. May, Carr, Miller, and Shalloe. But who were those other guys? “SCHOLASTICS!” What did they do? We soon learned they were teachers, coaches, moderators, enforcers, role models, and counselors. Browning, Robinson, Curran, McGowan, Scully, Heavey, Enright, Guth, and Novak. (We called them “Mistah”…most of us hadn’t yet learned to correctly pronounce “Mister!”) So “Mistah” they were. All adjusting to real life after six years cooped up somewhere on the Hudson and tasked by their superiors to mold 325 unruly adolescents into somewhat reasonable human beings. (Among Father “Jake” Scully’s fondest memories as a Jesuit was being called “Mistah” at Grand & Warren!)

Ben Brenkert, S.J. They taught us Latin, Greek, algebra, religion and physics; supervised “class nights;” coached basketball; moderated intramurals; ran the GRAMSIT tournament; and chaperoned dances. After four years at Grand & Warren they were our friends. They attended our reunions, christened our children, celebrated our victories, and mourned our losses.

“Regency is a time of formation,” Brenkert explains. “For me, it will become a time to animate Prep students and Prep colleagues towards apostolic charity, apostolic freedom and the pursuit of a deeply intimate and personal relationship with God.” Regency is both a time to help form young Men for Others, and to be formed by the experience of sharing in the mission of Jesuit education. Throughout the years, Jesuit scholastics have earned the respect and friendship of generations of Prep men. When recalling their favorite teachers, those who did the most to challenge them intellectually, guide them spiritually and help them mature socially, many alumni think first of the young Jesuits who served their regency at Grand & Warren. As Prep welcomes a new scholastic to the faculty for the first time since 2006, Prep Magazine celebrates this proud tradition by inviting alumni from five decades to share their memories of the young Jesuits who helped shape the men they became.

Jake Scully, S.J.


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Tony Azzarto, S.J. The years passed and our paths crossed. Parallel lives on different journeys with many intersections… but one goal. Fathers Scully, Heavey, and Novak died this past year. True lifetime friends. They influenced our lives…our families. They were men for others and are now blessed with eternal rest. They have gone forward and so will we. AMDG! Ed Heavey, S.J., ‘47

They attended our reunions, christened our children, celebrated our victories, and mourned our losses. A Bridge to Maturity by Tom Leane, ‘65, P’04

In the 1960s, Jesuit scholastics served as guides in the transition from a boy to an educated young man. From playing serious schoolyard basketball against Mr. Halligan and Mr. Walsh to discussing literature with Mr. Serula, to fearing the wrath of Mr. Fallon or watching Mr. Belanos put the marching band through their paces, encounters and interaction with the scholastics were part of the everyday Prep tradition. And then there was (and is) Tony Azzarto. Kids know the real thing, and Tony Azzarto was the real thing. His enthusiasm for plays, movies and books were infectious. I have always credited Prep for my love of reading, but it was Tony who taught us to not only see movies and plays, but more importantly to look Damian Halligan, S.J. for the meaning behind the

words and actions. Many of us were from immigrant families and the thought of going to New York to see a play or an avant-garde movie was as unlikely as a trip to Disney World. But we did get to the city, and we saw films we would never have seen in Journal Square. Afterwards, we often went to Tony’s house in Brooklyn where Mr. Azzarto always had pizza ready, or Mrs. Azzarto had something good cooking. The scholastics served as a bridge in a number of ways. They were young enough not to get really mad at some of the stupid and childish things we did in the name of fun. They were closer in age and experience and could better understand us. Some of them were good athletes. They helped us in that long journey to maturity and imbued us with the Prep spirit.

Marty Walsh

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COVER STORY Mission Accomplished by Bob Colacurcio, ’73

Back in my sophomore year at Prep, 1970-71, Mr. John Mullin, S.J. (first year scholastic) was my biology teacher, but those of us who had Mr. Mullin had no idea of his “rookie” status. Looking back at the challenges of the times (remember, those were the days of Nixon, Vietnam, Woodstock, The Chicago Seven, The Doors and Pink Floyd, to name a few), Mr. Mullin was up to the task of teaching a subject that could be daunting, even for the most seasoned teacher. His ability to cope with adolescent boys (who could, believe it or not, be a tinge unruly at times) was admirable. His demeanor was constant and unflappable.

He was soft-spoken and very rarely raised his voice. I never saw him lose his temper. As a teacher he was always available to answer any questions or assist you when asked. Mr. Mullin (now Fr. Mullin,) always had time for his students, no matter what the issue, academic or personal. Looking back now I realize that Fr. Mullin, in the grand tradition of the Jesuits, was a Man for Others. If you go to Prep’s website today and read in the mission statement, “...form young men of competence, conscience and compassion,” you can firmly acknowledge, “Mission accomplished, Fr. Mullin.”

A Strong Bond and Trust by Gabe Doria, ’81

My first recollection of a young Jesuit scholastic named Fred Pellegrini was how energetic he was. He had a welcoming smile and was very approachable. If you removed the mustache, you would have thought he was a student. His enthusiasm and presence at the spiritual, social and athletic events facilitated a strong bond and trust with the students.

John Mullin, S.J.

Mr. Mullin was up to the task of teaching a subject that could be daunting, even for the most seasoned teacher. For instance, there was the time he showed a film on childbirth. One of the scholars (who will remain anonymous) in our class fainted at the sight. Mr. Mullin, cool as a cucumber, shut the film down and assisted the poor lad until he was back on his feet. Undeterred Mr. Mullin then finished the film and took questions (no matter how “sophomoric”) till the bell for the next class sounded. Fred Pellegrini, S.J. 50

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In the classroom, Fred challenged us to be better students with the expectations he placed on us. You enjoyed being in his class due to the level of subject matter and his ability to simplify even the most difficult of problems. It did not take long after the Prep to reflect back on the those lessons, because the overlap in college came in a calculus class my sophomore year. What a fantastic feeling to be so well prepared by his teachings.

During his stay at Prep, Mr. Arabia was relatively young, which allowed me to observe the extensive and demanding process an ordinary man takes on to become a Jesuit, and it was quite eye-opening. Peter Arabia saw becoming a Jesuit as part of his purpose in life; both for himself and to serve Peter Arabia, S.J. others. Similar to being a member of the exclusive Army “Green Berets,” being a member of the Society of Jesus was more than a goal, it was a “calling,” and one that he envisioned would serve him long after he completed the requirements.

I believe my faith was strongly reinforced by our conversations about God, the Church and morality. Spiritually, your faith at Prep is constantly being reinforced by attending Masses, theology classes and retreats. How comforting it was to be able to approach Fred and ask all the questions I might not ask a parent or raise your hand in a classroom. I believe my faith was strongly reinforced by our conversations about God, the Church and morality. Walking the halls of Prep, I had no idea how meaningful my friendship would be with Fred throughout my life. He has been part of or counsel to the most important moments, and he always gave the right advice at the right time. To have that trust, confidence and faith in a person is invaluable. I was blessed to be at Prep when Fred was there as a scholastic, and I am grateful for his lifelong friendship.

Lord, Give Me Strength by Vincent Conti, ’96

“Lord give me strength.” That was the phrase Mr. Peter Arabia, S.J. uttered to no one in particular, or no one at all, since only he and I sat in his classroom one day after school. I was there because earlier in the day during our U.S. History 1 class he noticed that I had a “wandering eye” as he called it, during a pop quiz that I was ill-prepared to take. What transpired next was just one of the many discussions the man who would become Fr. Arabia and I had both during and after his and my years at Prep.

Though I did not recognize it at the time, my talks with him, whether a one way discussion about why I needed to keep my eyes on my own quiz or a casual exchange of beliefs, often ended with an opportunity to grow and better myself. Prep’s mantra of Men for Others and my relationship with Mr. Arabia helped shaped my future in such a way that I could recognize those opportunities as an adult.

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SPORTS

Baseball When Prep Hall of Fame coach Joe Urbanovich, ‘65, P’00,’04 stepped down, his long-time assistant Kevin Wendolowski was selected to run the team. Knowing he had big shoes (spikes) to fill, Coach Wendolowski used his contagious enthusiasm to help ease the transition for the players and the new coaching staff. Playing a difficult independent schedule, the team finished 1510, which included wins over Bayonne and Christian Brothers. Wendolowski commented, “It was rough at times, but I learned a lot, the team played hard and we are going to get better. ” Wendolowski will have youth on his side as junior third basemen Jeremy Selecky was an All County and All State selection and both the junior varsity and freshman teams defended their Hudson County championships.

The Marauders played a “home” game in Richmond County Bank Ballpark, the home of the Staten Island Yankees.

Track For the second straight

year, Prep’s 4 x 400 meter relay team captured a coveted Penn Relays plaque. Senior Corey Davis, in a personal best time of 51.0 in the leadoff leg, gave the Marauders a lead they would not relinquish. Davis passed the baton to junior Savon Huggins (50.6) who passed it to freshman sensation Tyrell Gibbs. Gibbs ran a personal best of 49.9 before handing off to All American sophomore Najee Glass. Glass ran his personal best time of 47.3 and in the process, smoked the field by over 150 meters to secure the gold. The team’s time of 3.18.88 also set a new school record.

Tennis

Freshman, Tyrell Gibbs of Newark who ran the third leg for the record-setting 4 x 400 relay team, also excelled in the hurdles throughout the season.

Although the season ended with 3-2 loss to Secaucus in the semi-finals of the Hudson County Tournament, the tennis team finished with an impressive 16-4 record. The new scheduling format had Prep playing each of its county opponents twice and Coach John Fencik, ’70 added Seton Hall Prep, Union and Old Bridge to further challenge his team. Senior first doubles (and captains), Matthew Mazzari and Matthew Julian were selected to the First Team All County for the second year in a row. Joining them on the All County team were junior Aaron Joskowitz (Second Team - third singles) and sophomore Aakash Shah (Honorable Mention – first singles). Sophomore Aakash Shah of West Caldwell had an outstanding season for the Marauders at first singles.

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Volleyball Last year, the Prep volleyball team exceeded expectations as the young squad advanced all the way to the state finals. This season, expectations were high as the core of the 2009 team, arguably the most

Ken Walter and Lorenzo Samin go up for the block in the state championship match.

talented of any Prep team, remained intact.

The Marauders proved worthy of the pre-season hype when they traveled to Pennsylvania for the nationally recognized Koller Classic. Finishing first in pool play, which included a win over Pennsylvania power York Central, Prep vaulted into the top 20 in the national rankings. The success carried into the regular season as the team recaptured the Hudson County Championship and climbed to #1 in the Star Ledger state rankings for the first time in the program’s history. With State Tournament victories over Lincoln, Bloomfield and Bayonne, Saint Peter’s had a fourth consecutive Group Title as well as a fourth straight invitation to the Tournament of Champions. The Marauders beat Fair Lawn 2-0 to advance to the Finals. After beating Southern in the first game and leading 17-13 in the second, Prep saw the dream of a State Championship slip away. Assistant Coach Jordan Roldan, ’03 commented, “Though we were upset in the finals, the team proved to be one of the best the school has ever seen.” With their success came post-season accolades: Seniors Ken Walter was First Team All State and the North Jersey Player of the Year; Parker Kolodka, Michael Blicharz and John Armstrong were Second Team All State; Lorenzo Samin, Alexander Cogott and Alexander Perez were All County selections.

Golf Led by seniors Jonathan Kijne, Kenan

Moriarty and junior Peter LiVolsi, all of whom received

sectional honors, the team finished 5-3. The Prep golfers dropped close matches to Bergen Catholic and Seton Hall while defeating Bergen Tech and Bayonne.

Kyle Robinson shoots one by the Verona goalie. Kyle will continue his lacrosse career at Rutgers.

Lacrosse

Kenan Moriarty, a senior from Fort Lee, earned All Section Honors.

Reaching several milestones during the spring season, the lacrosse team continues to make major strides in the advancement of the program With a 6-5 overtime win against Livingston the team earned the eighth seed in the NJSIAA Tournament and the right to host a state play-off game for the first time. It was only one of several accomplishments for this year’s squad. Once again, the team captured the Kimber Division Championship, along the way compiling a14-5 record – the most wins in Prep lacrosse history. Senior Ryan Smith was named Player of the Year while Coach Peter Fusari earned Coach of the Year honors. The team’s success this year has vaulted Saint Peter’s into the Waterman Division – the strongest B Division in the state. As Coach Fusari pointed out, “This is a huge step for our program as more and more students are thinking about coming to Prep to play lacrosse. Along with seniors Smith and Kyle Robinson, juniors Tyler Monaco and Bret Goldstein made First Team All Conference. Robinson has accepted a lacrosse scholarship to Rutgers and Smith will continue his lacrosse career at Notre Dame.


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ALUMNI WEEKEND

Bringing It All Back Home The weekend of June 11-14 brought together Prep alumni from far and wide, from the 1940s through the 2000s, for Alumni Weekend, combining the most popular alumni events traditionally held in the spring and summer into four days of Pride & Glory. Ongoing construction on Prep’s campus necessitated the scheduling changes that created Alumni Weekend. While current plans call for next year’s events to return to their traditional dates, the Pride & Glory 5k road race, new this year, will continue as a new Prep alumni tradition. In case you couldn’t join us, here’s a look back at Alumni Weekend. On Friday night, June 11, about 150 alumni, spanning the classes of 1944 to 2006, gathered in the cafeteria to celebrate Prep and enjoy a classic beefsteak dinner at the third annual Pride & Glory Night. It was a fitting kickoff to Alumni Weekend, as Prep men of all ages returned to Grand & Warren in recognition of the ties formed at Prep that transcend time and place.

The Memorial Gymnasium was transformed into a banquet hall on June 12, as alumni and their guests flocked to Grand & Warren for the Milestone Reunion Dinner.

It was a night to celebrate Saint Peter’s Prep and a night to celebrate Prep alumni in general. But it was also a night to celebrate one alumnus in particular. Jim Feeney, ’78, P’10,’14, was presented with the Pride & Glory Award. Modeled on the Prep Spirit Award created by the late John Browning, S.J., ‘46 in 1981, the Pride & Glory Award recognizes a a true Man for Others among the alumni community. Jim joined Paul Schaetzle, ‘71 and Joe Villanella, ’79 as deserving recipients of this honor. Memories were on the menu for Saturday, as 200 alumni and guests filled the Memorial Gymnasium on Saturday, June 12, to celebrate their Milestone Reunions. The Milestone Reunion dinner was the centerpiece of Prep’s Alumni Weekend, and the classes of ’65, ’70, ’75, ’80, ’85, ’90, ’95, and ’00 turned out for an evening of cocktails, conversation, and a chance to relive their days at Grand & Warren. Additionally, the Class of ’55 celebrated their 55th Reunion at Michael Anthony’s Restaurant on Saturday evening and the Class of ’50 celebrated six decades since their graduation with a Sunday brunch at the Lighthorse Tavern.

Jim Feeney, ’78,P’10,’14 addresses his fellow alumni, as well as his family, after accepting the Pride & Glory Award for his service to the Prep alumni community as a true Man for Others.

On Sunday morning, Prep’s neighbors awoke to hear the footsteps of 86 runners in the inaugural Pride & Glory 5k. Prep alumni, students and parents, as well as running enthusiasts and friends of Prep turned out to challenge themselves along a fast, scenic course through Paulus Hook and along the Hudson River waterfront. The pack set off on Sussex Street, outside the James F. Keenan, S.J. Athletic Field, just before 8 am, and less than 17 minutes later, Alan Wells returned to take the overall win (16:54.7), with current Prep runner Charlie Bates, ‘12, hot on his heels (16:55.4) after a final lead change in the closing steps of the race. Topping the women’s division was Maggie Harkins, in a time of 20:55.0. The inaugural running of Prep’s own 5k road race was a hit with runners and spectators alike, as members of all quarters of the Prep community turned out both to cheer on the competitors and to volunteer at check in, as course marshals, and more. 54

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The inaugural running of the Pride & Glory 5k set off from Keenan Field on the morning of June 13. The 86 runners enjoyed a fast and scenic course through Paulus Hook and along the Hudson River waterfront.


ALUMNI WEEKEND Capping off Alumni Weekend, The 33rd Annual Saint Peter’s Prep – Frenkel & Co. Golf Tournament brought 140 alumni, parents and friends together at Spring Lake Golf Club on Monday, June 14. Though the skies were gray, the threat of rain remained just a threat, providing pleasantly mild weather for a great day of golf and a perfect ending to the weekend’s festivities. In addition to the morning and afternoon shotgun sessions, the participants enjoyed breakfast, lunch and dinner at the club, while the Million Dollar Shoot-Out, Super 50/50 and various prize raffles all contributed to the fun. All in all, it was another successful year for Prep’s longest-standing fundraising event. It was a perfect day for a round of golf, and a perfect ending to Alumni Weekend, when the 33rd Annual Saint Peter’s Prep – Frenkel & Co. Golf Tournament teed off on June 14.

We would like to extend special thanks to John Kelly, P’04 and Frenkel & Co., Inc. for their lead sponsorship of this year’s tournament, and to the members of the Golf Committee – including committee chair Gabe Doria, ‘81, and Bob Colacurcio, ‘73, who will begin serving as president of the Alumni Board in July – who helped make the tournament possible both before and during Alumni Weekend.

New Roles, New Faces for Prep’s Advancement Team Prep’s Office of Institutional Advancement, which encompasses alumni relations, annual giving, communications and special events, entered the new school year with a new look, including two new faces, plus a new role for a familiar one. Following the departure of Francesca Lanning, P’10, who had headed the department since 2007, Chris Casazza, ’97 has taken the helm as chief advancement officer. In addition to his contributions to Prep’s fundraising efforts as director of annual giving and alumni relations since 2008, he brings previous nonprofit experience at the Children’s Theatre and Theatre IV, both in Cincinnati. Chris’ previous position has once again become two, as was the case until 2008. Gary Bogdanski, ’02 has returned to Grand & Warren to become director of alumni relations, while Danielle DiCerbo has joined the staff as director of annual giving. “I’m very excited for the opportunity to serve the Prep community in this new capacity,” Chris said. “I look forward to working with Gary and Danielle on strengthening the ties that Prep has to its alumni, and continuing to build on the long tradition of generosity of Prep’s alumni, parents and friends.” Gary brings experience in the world of professional basketball, having owned and operated the player management firm Epic Management for the past two years, and previously serving as equipment manager for the New Jersey Nets. The skills he developed as a strong communicator and a trusted confidant in those roles will surely serve him well in his new one. Danielle recently served as a development assistant (not to mention history teacher, coach and athletic director) at Cristo Rey New York High School. She worked closely with Cristo Rey president and former Prep president Joe Parkes, S.J., ’62 to help strengthen the school in its mission of providing underprivileged students with a college-preparatory education.

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Top to bottom: Chris Casazza, ’97, chief advancement officer; Gary Bogdanski, ’02, director of alumni relations; Danielle DiCerbo, director of annual giving

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Goodbye, Mr. Rooney It was 25 years ago, in the fall of 1985, that

the same headline appeared on the cover of Prep Magazine. Charles J. Rooney, P’67,’69 had retired at the end of the 1984-85 school year, following a 38-year tenure, during which he had presided over more than 30,000 class periods, helped shape the lives of more than 4,700 Prep men, and, incredibly, was absent less than ten days. It was an amazing track record that had earned him the 1979 Petrean dedication and the 1984 Insignis Award, and that would later make him one of the very first Legends of Prep when that award was created by the Alumni Board in 1993. The entire Prep community was saddened by the death of Charlie Rooney on March 28, and so a quarter-century later, the time has come for Prep Magazine to bid him farewell for the final time. In that 1985 interview, Mr. Rooney said he wanted to be remembered as, “dedicated, dependable and demanding,” adding, “I would always end the last class of the year by telling the students I hoped they had learned honesty, charity and a little algebra. I guess that was my philosophy of teaching.” If the response when we asked this past spring for your memories of Mr. Rooney is any indication, then his wish has certainly been fulfilled. The following are some highlights from the stories we received. “...Mr. Rooney began his algebra class with the following: ‘We are here to learn algebra,’ stating the word algebra with a long Jersey City dialect, ‘I do not care what the Jets did this weekend or anything else except – algebra.’ He was not kidding. Simply, from the first day until the last day of class and every moment in between was dedicated learning algebra. People ask me who was my favorite teacher and I think of many great ones, but the name Rooney always comes out of my mouth. Why? Because he was my first, and also one of the greatest, “all business” teachers I have ever had. No deviation, no exceptions and all discipline. He was amazing. “ –Mark Gaddis, ’81

Prep Magazine bid farewell to Mr. Rooney when he retired in 1985. Today we bid him farewell once more.

“…It was September of 1952 when I arrived at Prep. In that initial year, Mr. Rooney was my teacher for freshman algebra. It has been more than 57 years since that first first contact, but to this day, I still refer to him as the best teacher I ever had. And I have voiced that opinion many, many times in my life. He was my introduction to math beyond arithmetic and instilled in me a love of numbers that would remain with me for my entire life. It was during that first year at Prep that I decided that I was going to become an engineer, which was what I eventually did…” – Bob Welgos, ’56 “He was giving us a math test and of course [a classmate] was trying to look at my paper… I got nervous and looked up to see if Rooney was watching. Thank God: he was just staring out the window toward City Hall (or so I thought). After about a minute or two, never turning around and still looking out the window, Mr. Rooney says to [the offender], ‘Is it really worth it son?’ He had been watching [his] reflection in the window the whole time.” – Anonymous, ‘73

Charlie Rooney as a young member of the Prep faculty in 1949.

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ALUMNI CLASS NOTES

The ’40s

Tom Fleming, ’45, was recognized in June by the American Revolution Round Table, the foremost organization of historians, scholars and devotees of the revolutionary period, for his recent book The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers. The book was named “Best Book of the American Revolution Era for 2009.” Tom’s first book, Now We are Enemies, about the Battle of Bunker Hill, has also been reissued by American History Press in a special 50th Anniversary edition.

The ’60s

Jim Haemmerle, ’64, is semi-retired and working on quality improvement projects at the Red Cedar Medical Center – Mayo Health System in Minnesota, where he previously practiced orthopedic surgery and served as CEO. Jim Mann, ’66, has been named senior vice president and general counsel at Bank of America.

Bob Kane, ’45, proudly reports that his grandson Brendan Robert Kane played the title role in a production of Pippin at Pine Creek High School in Colorado Springs. The nation’s notoriously diplomatic theatre critics have remained silent as to how that production compared to Prep’s own this past spring, but we’re willing to bet the Prep connection meant both were excellent! – Ed.

Pete Glushko, ’68, was elected last fall to serve a four-year term as Town Supervisor in Peru, New York, on the shores of Lake Champlain.

The ’50s

The ’70s

Summer plans for George Shabet, ’51, and his wife of 54 years, Barbara, included a cruise to Scandinavia and Saint Petersburg. Bill Spendley, ’53, continues to enjoy retirement in North Carolina, after serving as a superintendent of schools in New York State. Lou Cappadona, ’57, is entering his 46th year of practicing law as “of counsel,” specializing in labor and employment law with Nordman Cormany Hair & Compton, L.L.P. in Oxnard, California.

Bob Kay, ’68, recently celebrated his son Michael’s graduation, cum laude, from Florida Gulf Coast University, with a double major in Forensic Sciences and Criminal Justice.

John Kunka, ’70, has caught the acting bug, appearing in Readington Community Theatre productions including The Odd Couple last fall, and a musical adaptation of the book All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten this past spring. John Veltre, ’79, reports that he and his lovely wife Pamela celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary earlier this year.

Vito Germinario, ‘70 (left) caught up with former Prep faculty member Marty Walsh at the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation Gala in Washington, D.C. this past spring. Vito, who sits on the foundation’s board and serves as vice president, chaired the event.

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The ’80s

Curt Philipczak, ’86, was elected in April to a three-year term on the East Brunswick Board of Education. Chris DeCresce, ’89, was recently promoted to Managing Director at the New York investment banking firm Sandler O’Neill & Partners.

The ’90s

Anthony Iacocca, ’92, was promoted to partner at Hoagland Longo Moran Dunst & Doukas, L.L.P., where he practices redevelopment, corporate and governmental law. A LEED Accredited Professional, Anthony is also a member of the firm’s Green Buildings Group. Vincent DePinto, ’05 has been deployed to Okinawa, Japan as an Air Intelligence Officer with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing.

At the Junior Class Mass on April 30, Brian O’Donnell, ’11 (center) showed off his new Prep ring, a perfect match to those worn by his grandfather, George McAuliffe, ’49 (left) and father, Michael O’Donnell, ’76. Brian’s great grandfather (George McAuliffe, ’24) and his older brother (Francis McAuliffe, ’18) were also Prep men, making for an impressive four generations.

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Photo File: PPA Turns 70

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Prep Mothers’ Club, which would later merge with the Prep Fathers’ Club (founded in 1968) to form the Prep Parents’ Association. In this 1969 Petrean photo, longserving club moderator Augustine Meagher, S.J. poses with five proud Prep mothers. The related article offers the club thanks “for their devotion of time and effort” to Prep, a salute we’d like to extend to the generations of Prep parents who have supported life at Grand & Warren through the PPA and its predecessors.

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Vita Mutatur Non Tollitur (Life is changed, not ended) | WEDDINGS | BIRTHS | ADOPTIONS Current as of 7-30-10

Alumni

Louis A. Erhardt, ’32 Father of Louis R. Erhardt, ’68, John Erhardt, ’74 and Paul Erhardt, ’79 Vincent J. Mann, ’37 Father of V. James Mann, ’66 Raymond O. Vetter, ’38 Edward Fleckstein, ’32 Brother of Albert Fleckstein, ’39 James J. Ard, ’44 Father of Michael J. Ard, ’80 Peter A. Jocham, ’45 Brother of Edward F. Jocham, ’43† and Robert G. Jocham, ’48 John W. Daneri, ‘46 Raymond F. Plunkett, ’47 Kenneth H. Moldovan, ’48 Robert B. Cobban, ’50 Richard A. Conway, ’50 William C. Heidelberger, ’50 Brother of John C. Heidelberger, ’59 James A. McConnell, ’50 William G. Davis, ’53 Brother of Walter A. Davis, ’43; uncle of William A. Farrell, ’77 Joseph M. Greene, ’53 Charles J. Beirne, S.J., ’56 Walter J. Connolly, ’56 Brother of James J. Connolly, ’54, Robert P. Connolly, ’55 and David A. Connolly, ’58 Raymond D. Novak, ’56 Donald G. Melega, ’58 Walter J. Bischak, ’60 Thomas J. Tomcak, ’60 Paul R. Lempa, ’63 Father of Paul P. Lempa, ’88 Ronald E. Pochis, ’65 Richard Drozd, ’67 Brother of John T. Irvine, ’83, Prep’s director of admissions, and Janice Martineau, staff member in the college placement office; uncle of John Irvine, ’11 Edward Paschik, ’69 Nicolas Vernesse, ’69

Family of Alumni

Helen P. Ferraro Grandmother of Raymond J. Hennessey, ’90 Myra M. Johnson Mother of Benjamin J. Williams, ’80 Mary Kinahan Widow of Francis X. Kinahan, ’33†; mother of Francis X. Kinahan, ’62† and Daniel P. Kinahan, ’68; mother-in-law of David P. Ockay, ’70; grandmother of Michael D. Ockay, ’05 and John F. Ockay, ’07 60

Melinda Lally-Jimenez Mother of Patrick J. Lally, ’80 and Christopher S. Lally, ’81; sister of Joseph G. Urciuoli, ’58 Sharon Langer Mother of David W. Mercado, ’13 Graciella Llugany Mother of Marcello Ciminelli, ’02 Patrick J. Maloney Father of Patrick J. Maloney, ’75, Kenneth T. Maloney, ’79 and John K. Maloney, ’81 William M. Noonan Father of Douglas W. Noonan, ’71 and David R. Noonan, ’80 Arthur E. Schute Father of Rev. Arthur B. Schute, ’60 Julia Suty Mother of Leon M. Suty, ’82

Former Faculty & Staff

Robert I. Gannon Former hockey coach; father of Christopher Gannon, ’87 and Peter Gannon, ’91 Thomas F. McManus, S.J. Former assistant librarian and advancement staff member Charles J. Rooney Prep Legend and former mathematics teacher; father of Matthew A. Rooney, ‘67 and Charles J. Rooney, ‘69

Alumni Weddings

Shane Byrne, ’02 & Rachel Kurkowski, June 26, 2010 Mike Urbanovich, ’00 & Alexandra Immediate, July 17, 2010 Jim Supple, ’01 & Alison Van Coverden, July 24, 2010 Robin Edwin, ’97 & Inga Gurevich, August 15, 2010

Births And Adoptions

Pat Fitzpatrick, ’96 and wife Sarah: Son Patrick Francis Xavier, September 11, 2009 Jeff Kokosinski, ’93 and wife Laurie: Son Nicholas Paul, March 24, 2010 Al Rinaldi, ’98 and wife Lara: Son Anthony Joseph, May 8, 2010 Joe Guarino, ’86 and wife Maria: Son Riley Joseph, May 10, 2010 Joe Casazza, ’95 and wife Marisa: Twin daughters Olivia Rose and Gianna Marie, May 17, 2010

Family of Faculty & Staff

Albert Brenkert Father of faculty member Benjamin Brenkert, S.J. Carlos M. García Father of faculty member Ana García John J. Keenan, S.J. Cousin of former Prep president James F. Keenan, S.J. Ethel Zucconi Widow of former Prep coach and member of the Hall of Fame Joseph Zucconi†

Grace Kloza, the daughter of Jennifer and Adam Kloza, ’94, was baptized in Columbus, Ohio in the spring. “She is an absolute joy,” wrote the proud Prep papa when he sent in this photo.

† Deceased

Thomas F. McManus, S.J., 1932-2010 The Prep community was saddened this summer by the death of Thomas F. McManus, S.J., a member of the staff at Grand & Warren from 1997 until 2009. Fr. McManus, who entered the Society of Jesus in 1950 and was ordained in 1963, died on June 9 at the age of 78. During his time at Prep, he served in numerous roles – assistant librarian, switchboard operator and advancement office volunteer among them. Whatever his duties, Fr. McManus performed them all thoroughly and methodically, with a healthy dose of the warmth and dry wit that made him a favorite among his colleagues. His dedication and good humor will surely be missed.

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Join us as we celebrate Prep’s greatest athletes! For tickets and additional information, visit www.spprep.org/HOF2010

The 2010 Inductees:

The Fourth

Saint Peter’s Prep

Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony & Dinner November 4, 2010 6:30 pm

Mike Burgess Track & Field Coach Jack Cassedy, ’48 Track Jim Deveney, ’53 Baseball & Basketball Doug Gronda, ’86 Wrestling & Football Mike Hurley, ’56 Football John Irvine, ’83, P’11 Soccer Player & Coach Tony Mendolla, ’62 Football Jerry Vayda, ’52 Basketball & Baseball (posthumous)

Saint Peter’s Prep Jersey City, New Jersey

The Prep Alumni Association Ignatian Speaker Series presents

“What’s Special About Ignatius... for Us Today?” , John O Malley, S.J. University Professor of Theology, Georgetown University

The acclaimed author of The First Jesuits and What Happened at Vatican II, Fr. O’Malley has been described as “the dean of American historians of Christianity.”

Wednesday, December 8 – 7:00 p.m. , O Keefe Commons (Grand & Van Vorst Streets) , Saint Peter s Prep For more information, contact Tony Azzarto, S.J., alumni chaplain, at 201-547-6412 or azzartoa@spprep.org


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Make a note of it October

50th Reunion Weekend, Class of 1960

November

Arrupe Lecture Series Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony O’Keefe Commons

Annual Fund Phonathon

October 15-17 November 1-5 November 4 6:30 p.m.

November 10 & 11, 16 & 17

Siperstein Library

6:00 p.m.

Prep Admissions Calendar

Parents’ Association Fashion Show & Luncheon November 21 Mayfair Farms, West Orange, New Jersey

Young Alumni JUG Night O’Keefe Commons

11:00 a.m.

November 24 7:30 p.m.

December

Prep Alumni Association Ignatian Speaker Series: John O’Malley, S.J. O’Keefe Commons

Parents’ Association Christmas Party O’Keefe Commons

Prep Band and Chorus Christmas Concert O’Keefe Commons

January

Prep Dramatics Winter Play Roy Irving Theater, Saint Peter’s College

Dramatics Homecoming

Sunday, October 3, 2010 Fall Open House

December 8 7:00 p.m.

December 10 6:30 p.m.

December 12 2:00 p.m.

January 7-9 8 p.m.

January 7

Friday, October 8, 2010 COOP Exam registration deadline Friday, November 5, 2010 COOP Exam in Newark Archdiocese & Paterson Diocese Monday, November 15, 2010 Application materials due at Prep Tuesday, November 30, 2010 Financial Aid application due

McIntyre Lounge, Saint Peter’s College (after the play)

February

Family Communion Brunch: Timothy Lannon, S.J. Location TBA

April

The 144 Grand Gala The Westin Jersey City

Thursday, January 20, 2011 Admissions decisions mailed

February 28 10:30 a.m.

April 9 6:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 30, 2011 Accepted Students’ Reception 2:00 – 4:00pm Saturday, February 5, 2011 Registration for the Class of 2015

Prep Magazine Fall 2010  

Highlights include a look at the Jesuit scholastics who have helped to shape young minds – and entire futures – as influential members of th...

Prep Magazine Fall 2010  

Highlights include a look at the Jesuit scholastics who have helped to shape young minds – and entire futures – as influential members of th...

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