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AL REP U N OR AN T

celebrating

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St. Pius X, an archdiocesan high school, provides a college preparatory education for the formation of the mind, body, and spirit of each student in accordance with the teachings of the Catholic Church.

The Annual Report has been prepared by the Office of Advancement for the supporters of St. Pius X Catholic High School. Every attempt was made to ensure accuracy in this publication. If you find any inaccuracies or omissions, please accept our apology. Please contact the Office of Advancement with any corrections. We would like to extend a special thank you to Billy Howard Photography, Cady Studios, Anne Marie Ciprari-Hooper ’77, and the numerous students, parents, faculty, and staff whose photos were used in this publication.


Dear Parents, Alumni, and Friends of St. Pius X: Chad Barwick, M.A. President

Steve Spellman, Ed. S. Principal Rachel Braham, M.A.T. Dean of Students & Activities John Favier, M.A. Director of Operations John Griffith, M.A. Dean of Academics Mark Kelly, M.Ed. Athletic Director (through December 2017) Todd Mooney, M.A. Athletic Director (beginning May 2018) Aaron Parr, M.A. Director of Admissions Jennifer Sedlack, B.A. Director of Advancement Fr. Michael Silloway, S.T.L. Chaplain Edye Simpson, Ed.D. Dean of Students 2017-2018 ADVISORY BOARD Susy Alfonso ’86 Tom Bickes ’74 Mernie Huttman Molly Lane ’74 Dev Maguire ’74 Samuel Noyd ’03 Sant Perez ’77 Mike Petrik Mary Pat Schaaf ’76 Fr. Bryan Small ’92 Hayes Swann Richard Whitcomb

It is with tremendous gratitude that we present to you the 2017-2018 Annual Report. St. Pius X Catholic High School, currently celebrating 60 years of excellence, experienced another year of unmatched blessings, with unparalleled success in every area of operation. From the heart of our school with our campus ministry and theology programs, to our exceptional academics, brilliance in the arts, and championship winning athletic programs, we have been able to establish new benchmarks of excellence, all in support of our mission. Our success is a direct reflection of the support we receive from our incredible community. We are so grateful for those who contribute to the school through financial generosity and volunteerism. This support, along with the dedication of our professional teachers, the staff that aids their every effort, and the hard work and perseverance of our students as they aspire to obtain the best possible Catholic, college preparatory education, makes such levels of accomplishment possible. The lives of our students and faculty are impacted daily and directly from the gifts we receive. Our Annual Fund saw a record-breaking year, raising over a million dollars and allowing us to provide resources for our students and teachers. We saw gifts for scholarships continue to grow in honor of those who made an impact on our lives and will now allow students to receive an education at St. Pius X. The GRACE Scholars program and our own Chi-Rho Society both saw new donations and members. Gifts from our school community, alumni, parents, students, parents of alumni, grandparents, and supporters undergird our every effort. These contributions help us sustain a culture and environment that increasingly impacts our continued success and accomplishments. Thank you for making St. Pius X Catholic High School your philanthropic priority. We hold a special place in our prayers for the many blessings you continue to bestow upon this special school. Sincerely,

Chad Barwick President

Steve Spellman Principal

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financial

summary

The following Summary of Contributions includes all gifts received by St. Pius X Catholic High School from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. To all of our supporters, your thoughtful generosity and volunteerism are appreciated and serve as a testament to your spirit of commitment to St. Pius X. Thank you.

REVENUES $13,301,485 $215,000 $295,525 $1,890,208 $772,206 $134,650 $273,408 $1,233,801 $18,116,283

Net Tuition Revenue Archdiocesan Tuition Assistance Subsidy Fees Advancement Bookstore Arts and Athletic Gate Investment Income Cafeteria, Plant Rental, and Other Income Revenues from Operations

SUMMARY OF CONTRIBUTIONS

School Fundraising: $1,022,241 Annual Fund $447,268 Other, Gala Revenue Restricted Gifts: $326,874 Scholarships and Programmatic Endowments $93,824 Program Directed Giving $1,890,207 TOTAL SCHOOL FUNDRAISING

EXPENDITURES $10,612,832 $400,039 $1,698,484 $536,759 $268,725 $332,079 $793,378 $1,290,038 $15,932,334 $861,500 $16,793,834

Salaries and Benefits Instructional Student Services Administrative Advancement Utilities Maintenance Depreciation Expenditures from Operations Deposits to Reserves and Endowment Total Expenditures

Parent Organization Gross Fundraising: $555,684 $76,045 $27,502 $103,987 $763,218

Athletic Association Mothers’ Club Home & School Association SPAS TOTAL PARENT ORGANIZATION REVENUE

COST TO EDUCATE

$14,605 Cost to Educate $12,975 Tuition $1,630 Shortfall

DID YOU KNOW RoboLions, the robotics team, is in its fourth year of existence and is a fully STEM extracurricular activity. Team members tackle the challenge of problem solving, designing, building, programming, marketing, and project management, all while incorporating team work. Beginning with eight team members and two robots, the team this year will feature five robots and 20 team members.


SPAS

2017-2018 President: Sheila Mohr SOURCE OF FUNDS $45,830 Membership $17,576 Sponsorship and Program Ads $29,580 Fine Arts Fee $11,001 Other Revenue $103,987 TOTAL SOURCES USE OF FUNDS $48,709 Student Services $11,002 Administrative and Other Expenses $59,711 TOTAL USES

HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION 2017-2018 Presidents: Susan Piña and Martha Sledge

SOURCE OF FUNDS $22,475 Membership $5,027 Other $27,502 TOTAL SOURCES USE OF FUNDS $23,514 Parent, Student, and Faculty Services $23,514 TOTAL USES

ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 2017-2018 Presidents: Lou Barnhardt and Billy Egan

SOURCE OF FUNDS $139,275 Membership $78,462 Concessions $22,487 Golf Tournament $37,824 Basketball Tournament $86,640 Sponsorship and Program Ads $150,907 Coca-Cola Sale $14,575 Physicals $16,755 Banquets $8,759 Other $555,684 TOTAL SOURCES USE OF FUNDS $209,928 Team Expenses $95,202 Coaches’ Supplements $30,766 Concessions $25,140 Program Printing $113,852 Coca-Cola Sale $7,794 Golf Tournament $19,839 Basketball Tournament $38,467 Fundraising and Administrative $540,988 TOTAL USES

MOTHERS’ CLUB

2017-2018 Presidents: Michelle Broadway and Wynne Callaway SOURCE OF FUNDS $14,075 Membership $44,995 Marketplace $11,734 Used Uniform Sales $5,241 Other Revenue $76,045 TOTAL SOURCES USE OF FUNDS $44,545 Scholarships $5,211 Student and School Contributions $4,210 Parent, Student, and Faculty Services $9,779 Service Projects $6,315 Fundraising and Administrative $70,060 TOTAL USES

parent organizations The devoted parent organizations of St. Pius X are key components in the success of the school. Financial and volunteer support from parent organizations help to fund and enhance extracurricular and other student activities, parent programs and hospitality, scholarships, and other special needs. We thank the St. Pius X parent organizations for their extraordinary contributions during the 2017-2018 school year.

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school

profile

SCHOOL MOTTO

Domini Sumus. “We are the Lord’s.” (Romans 14:8b)

ACADEMIC PROGRAM

All courses are college preparatory with three tiered levels of learning: - Advanced Placement - Honors - College Prep (CP & CP Accelerated) • Number of AP Courses Offered: 27 • Study Support Program with two teachers

DID YOU KNOW Did you know that the Classical Guitar Program, founded in 1996, has performed at seven colleges, received superior ratings at the Georgia Music Educators Association performance five years in a row, and has recorded three albums.

2017-2018 TUITION

$12,975 Catholic Rate $14,475 Non-Catholic Rate $14,605 Cost to Educate

Average award: $5,472 Students assisted: 139 (13% of student body)

CU

LARGEST M AT RI

2017-2018 FINANCIAL AID

MINORITY ENROLLMENT

N 2018 TIO A L

in-state

In State (53%) Georgia College Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Southern University Georgia State University University of Georgia

out-of-state

279 (25%)

TESTING INFORMATION

Out of State (47%) Auburn University Purdue University University of Alabama University of Mississippi University of South Carolina

SAT range for mid-50% of the Class of 2018: 1160-1350

ACT range for mid-50% of the Class of 2018: 23-29

NUMBER OF AP EXAMS TAKEN IN 2017-2018 1,034

2017-2018 NATIONAL MERIT PROGRAM HONOREES Scholars: 4 Commended Students: 18 National Hispanic Scholars: 1

2018 GRADUATES ATTENDING 4 YEAR COLLEGES 98%

2018 GRADUATES ATTENDING 2 YEAR COLLEGES 1%

2017-2018 ENDOWMENT VALUE

$8,225,687 Held by the Archdiocese of Atlanta: $3,777,811 Beneficial interest held by The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia: $2,621,188 Additional funds held by The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia: $1,826,688

12,611

total st. pius x alumni

257

class of 2018 graduates

121 male 136 female


EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

14:8 Bible Study Academic Quiz Bowl Altar Servers Anime Art Association Auto Club Baking Club Chess Eucharistic Ministers Film & Photo Club Flagline French Club Future Educators’ Association Graphic Design Team Green Club Helping Hands Ice Hockey IT Help Desk Jungle Spirit Club Latin Club Lion Leaders Literary Magazine Maker Club Math Club Model United Nation and Arab League Music Ministry National Honor Society Outdoor Club Random Acts of Kindness Robotics Club Running Club Science Olympiad Team Spanish Club Speech and Debate Team SPX Music Tech Club STAND Student Ambassadors

Student Council Students for Life Tech Crew Vinyl Records Club Volleyball (Boys) Walk Thru the Old Testament Club Water Polo Writers’ Club

ST. PIUS X FACILITIES

53 classrooms 4 computer labs 8 science labs 1 library (11,726 print, 3,000 electronic volumes, 37 computers, 168 tablets) 1 music studio 1 art studio 1 dance studio 1 drama studio 1 chapel 1 darkroom 1 theater/auditorium 2 gyms 4 fields 1 putting green 1 fitness center 1 track 1 cafeteria

ATHLETICS

Participation 762 students (71%) 412 middle school students (61 teams at all levels) Fall Sports Cheerleading: Competition Squad Cheerleading: Spirit Squad Cross Country: Girls and Boys Football Softball: Fastpitch Volleyball Winter Sports Basketball: Girls and Boys Cheerleading: Spirit Squad Dance Team Swimming/Diving: Girls and Boys Wrestling Spring Sports Baseball Golf: Girls and Boys Lacrosse: Girls and Boys Soccer: Girls and Boys Tennis: Girls and Boys Track & Field: Girls and Boys

FINE ARTS PROGRAM

1,077

Participation 698 students (65%)

Band Dance Drama Guitar Music Technology Music Theory Theater Technology Visual Arts Vocal Ensemble

2017-2018 enrollment

536 female: 541 male:

doctoral degree (5) specialist degree (7)

bachelor’s degree (27)

FACULTY (101) 17.5 years average experience

master’s degree (61)

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DID YOU KNOW St. Pius X was designed by architect Nicholas J. Pascullis and was one of his last projects before he died. When Pascullis discovered that the new school did not have the funds to keep the Bell Tower in the plans, he donated the money in order to keep the icon on campus.

2017-2018 The RoboLions (the St. Pius X Robotics Team) welcomed a number of new members as the program grew in popularity. Led by Brigid Bartholomai ’83 and Connie Fish, the group met daily to fine tune structures, de-bug codes, and complete engineering notebooks for competition. Led by coaches Marsha and Fleming Free, and Laura Briscoe, the Academic Quiz Bowl Team participated in WSB-TV’s High Q in September. The group won over Oconee High School with a final score of 730-405. In light of the destruction from hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Jose, and Maria, the school community joined hands with local restaurants and collected items such as batteries, baby wipes, formula, diapers, travel-sized toiletries and cleaning products to ship to Puerto Rico. The St. Piux X Volleyball Team was honored for its academic excellence by the American Volleyball Coaches Association for the fifth year in a row (eighth overall). The award honors collegiate and high school teams that display excellence in the classroom by maintaining a 3.3 cumulative GPA.

In September, the Marching Golden Lions performed at Walt Disney World, marching

year in retrospect down Main Street in front of thousands of people, playing “How Far I’ll Go” from the animated film Moana. In addition, the Lions hosted the Third Annual Lion’s Den Marching Band Competition in the fall.

The SPX Dance Company performed at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens as part of an exclusive event for donors and sponsors in November. Later in the year, the Spring Dance Concert rehearsal was transformed into a performance for over 370 students from Dresden Elementary School.

difference in the lives of children and to connect them with others.

In late October, the National Honor Society inducted 65 new members to the organization. The organization is based on four pillars, scholarship, leadership, character, and service and organizes a Thanksgiving Food Drive, a Candy Gram sale, and maintains the Little Free Library on Johnson Road.

The legacy of St. Pius X runs deep through our families. The year boasted 111 alumni parents (with 89 students). Thirty-seven of these legacy students were members of the Class of 2018.

Monserrath Juarez ’19 and Anna Reigner ’19 won top recognition in the 2018 National Council of Teachers of English Achievement Awards in Writing program. Their submissions were evaluated by one high school teacher and one college English teacher. St. Pius X has had the honor of claiming 45 recipients since 1969.

In October, the puck dropped on the Golden Lions first-ever hockey season. Theology teacher Dennis Ruggiero led the charge to find a coach and rally students. Due to the fact that hockey is not yet a GHSA sanctioned sport, students from schools outside of St. Pius X were welcomed to the team.

The Home and School Association hosted their tenth annual Career Forum in November. Fifty-two talented professionals from a wide range of careers offered their time and expertise to meet with upperclass students and give students the opportunity to explore and gather information on various areas of interest.

Members of the Art Association painted portraits of displaced children in Syrian refugee camps for the Memory Project Program. The project uses art to make a

Twenty-eight priests spent a day at St. Pius X for the Lenten and Advent Penance Services, where an estimated 700 students took the opportunity to celebrate reconciliation.


For nearly a decade, each December, the St. Pius X community joins together to support the Dresden Christmas Project and make the holidays a little brighter for that community. Led by parent volunteers, the project served 33 families with a total of 93 children. More than 800 gifts were shared this year and over 90 students volunteered their time for the program. St. Pius X Catholic High School participated in its first one-day giving campaign with the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia. Donors to #iGiveCatholic, held on #GivingTuesday, shattered the $10,000 goal and raised over $43,500 for the school. After 42 years of service, spirit, and love for St. Pius X, Mark Kelly retired from his position as Director of Athletics. Under his leadership, the school was honored five times with both the GADA Director’s Cup and the GHSA Sportsmanship Award. In addition, St. Pius X was twice recognized as having the top Catholic high school athletic program in the nation. The St. Pius X Christmas Classic hosted 16 teams from eight different states. The Golden Lions defeated Canisius of Buffalo, NY to win the boys’ title, while John Carroll of Baltimore, MD knocked off the St. Pius X ladies to capture the girls’ championship.

Thirty students attended the March for Life in January in Washington, D.C., where they had the opportunity to attend Mass, the annual march, and a youth rally at the National Mall. The students prayed and advocated for the dignity of all human life, beginning in the womb.

life in the classroom. Students toured Ancient Rome, World War II battlefields, and even viewed items from the Space Race and the United Nations. The annual St. Pius X Trivia Night raised $13,000 with over 520 alumni, parents and friends in attendance. For the tenth year, Michael Trujillo `01 entertained guests as the M.C. extraordinaire. Over 60 students of all grades took part in the fourth annual Domini Sumus retreat at LifeTeen’s Camp Covecrest in February. Students enjoyed a weekend in the mountains of prayer, hiking, the sacraments, Adoration and spending time with classmates. Eighteen students leaders helped facilitate the small groups, games, and ropes course. Members of Pius Players performed the Best of Broadway, a musical revue featuring selections from past shows in honor of the school’s 60th anniversary. The group performed numbers from The Sound of Music, West Side Story, The Wiz, Newsies, and Les Miserables and dedicated the show to Msgr. Terry W. Young, whose support laid the foundation for the program. Under the direction of second-year instructor Millie Turek, the chorus program added a men’s vocal ensemble, fall and spring concerts, and ventured to grade schools for performances. The combined ensemble performed at the Georgia Music Educators Association Large Group Performance Evaluation where they received the highest rating of “Superior” from professional judges. The webcast team, ESPX, earned three awards from the National Federation of High Schools

Network including Best Marketing Program, Elite School, and top-three finalist for best highlight reel. The group broadcasts over 100 athletic events in 180 days to Golden Lion fans across the globe. The Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) program honors Georgia’s outstanding high school seniors and the teachers who have been most instrumental in their academic development. This year, St. Pius X was proud to announce senior Nicholas Poulos as the STAR student and World Languages Department Chair Maria Kepler as the 2017-18 STAR teacher.

One of the highest honors that a sophomore or junior can receive is to be selected to participate in the Governor’s Honors Program, sponsored by the State Department of Education. St. Pius X was proud to announce five finalists for the 2018 program: Sophia Alarcon (dance), Jared Druss (world languages), John Hull (world languages), Kemper Higgins (communicative arts), and Anna Reigner (communicative arts). These students were offered the opportunity to attend the annual summer program with the finest students in academics and the arts in the state. The World Languages Department prepared students for the National Language Exams and students performed exceptionally well. Thirty-three French students ranked nationally in the contest, 67 students earned recognition in the National Latin Exam, and 70 students earned medals in the National Spanish Exam. In addition, Ansley Boykin ’19 was selected for the 2018 Junior Study Abroad Program for her achievement on the National Spanish Exam.

Forty-one students and ten chaperones offered up their spring break to serve at the Mustard Seed Communities in Nicaragua and Jamaica. Students spent the week serving residents through games, prayer, music, and fun, in addition to landscaping and building projects. The mission trip program was started in the nineties when Campus Ministry would take students on domestic trips to help those in need. In February, students and faculty had the opportunity to participate in the Google Expeditions Augmented Reality Pioneer Program. Using their phones, teachers were able to bring history to

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The National Merit Scholarship Program provides opportunities for scholarships to outstanding students throughout the country who succeed in their studies and perform with excellence on the PSAT examination. St. Pius X was proud to announce four National Merit Scholars, one National Merit Hispanic Scholar, and 18 National Merit Commended Students. Seniors Ethan Hennessey, Lauren Hutson, Nicholas Poulos, and Zachary Washburn reached finalist standing, placing them in the top half of one percent of students nationwide participating in the competition. St. Pius X was the proud recipient of the Georgia High School Association’s Cooperative Spirit Award. Voted on by principals and athletic directors from the region, this award recognizes schools with the highest degree of sportsmanship in the stands, on the fields, and on the courts. This is the fourth consecutive time St. Pius X has earned this prestigious award, and sixth in the last seven years. Over 400 volunteers were invited to the 60th anniversary Volunteer Appreciation Mass and Reception. These men and women handle a variety of tasks from serving at the concession stands and working the gala to working in the Business Office and assisting with Class Pilgrimages.

St. Pius X hosted its 29th blood drive since 1984, making it one of the most successful school blood drives in the nation. Seniors Will Galvin and Lucky Provenzano earned scholarships through the American Red Cross for their dedication over the past four years. St. Pius X welcomed new director of athletics, Todd Mooney, in May. Bringing over 25 years of collegiate and high school experience, Mooney is the fourth athletics director in the history of the school. Tanner Duffin ’19 was named the Bruce Yohe Outstanding Male Field Athlete of the Year at the All Metro Track and Field Banquet. He won the 4A State discus title and broke 200’ to record the #3 throw in the nation. In addition, Coach Ryan McClay was honored with the Judo Brown Award for Outstanding Dedication: Boys Coach. McClay has led the team for nine years and has earned six state championships in cross country and two in track and field.

The Second Annual George B. Maloof Lion Nation Classic Golf and Tennis Mixer raised over $35,000 for the St. Pius X Alumni Association Scholarship Fund and the St. Pius X football program. The community came together for two days of play to celebrate the 60th Anniversary with a healthy spirit of competition and pride for our school. An estimated 350 donors to the St. Pius X Annual Fund enjoyed a night of music and socializing for the school’s inaugural Annual

FUN(d) Party. The record-breaking Annual Fund raised over a million dollars for the school and included donations from a wide variety of members of the community...the Class of 2018 even dug deep into their pockets to help make a difference in the campaign through Going Out Golden. Eighteen members of the Class of 2018 intend to continue their athletic careers in college. Seven will remain in the state of Georgia while the remaining 11 will matriculate to schools across the country. This marks the eighth straight year at least ten student-athletes will further their careers. Nominated by his department, Mr. Jon Carreker was voted Teacher of the Year by the faculty for his years of service and dedication to teaching. Carreker has been a member of the mathematics department for 18 years. Mrs. Alison Bruckert Wright ’01 was selected for the Excellence in Teaching Award for her ability to reach students of all levels, support of the school’s mission, and her commitment to professional development. Wright has been a member of the social studies department for the past 10 years. The Golden Lions put together another exciting athletic season winning two state championships, (boys’ swim and dive and boys’ track and field) four state runners-up, (boys’ basketball, girls’ soccer, boys’ golf and girls’ cross country) and had 20 of 22 teams qualify for the state playoffs. The school celebrated an additional six region championships with boys’ cross country, girls’ cross country, volleyball, boys’ basketball, girls’ soccer and football. St. Pius X students took a total of 1,034 Advanced Placement (AP) exams with 186 students earning the distinction of AP Scholar. Ten of these students were named National AP Scholars, having received an average score of at least four on all AP exams taken, and scores of four or higher on eight or more of these exams. Two-hundred and fifty-seven members from the Class of 2018 graduated on May 19 at Greater Atlanta Christian, becoming the 60th graduating class of St. Pius X. President Chad Barwick, Principal Steve Spellman, valedictorian Nicholas Poulos, and salutatorian Matthew Halbig addressed the group, reminiscing on their successful years. The Class of 1968 was honored with the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award. Members from the class joined faculty on stage and gave a special anniversary pin to each graduate. Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory distributed diplomas and proudly presented his annual Archbishop’s Award to Grace Berg and John Riley Heneghan.


class of 2018 acceptances The Class of 2018 graduated with the highest SAT and ACT scores in the history of St. Pius X Catholic High School. The graduates completed a record 1,502 applications and were accepted at 189 colleges and universities. They have matriculated to 76 schools across the United States. The group earned an astounding $19 million in scholarship money (a number that does not include HOPE or athletic scholarships). American University Appalachian State University Arizona State University Auburn University Augusta University Baylor University Belmont Abbey College Belmont University Berry College Birmingham-Southern College Boston College Boston University Butler University Centre College Clemson University Coastal Carolina University College of Charleston College of William and Mary Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University Columbia College Chicago Converse College Davidson College Delaware State University DePauw University Drexel University Duke University Duquesne University Eckerd College Elon University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Emory & Henry College Emory University Flagler College

Florida Institute of Technology Florida State University Fordham University Franciscan University of Steubenville Furman University George Mason University Georgetown University Georgia College Georgia Institute of Technology Georgia Southern University Georgia State University Hampton University Harvard University Howard University Illinois Institute of Technology Indiana University at Bloomington James Madison University John Carroll University Kennesaw State University Louisiana State University Loyola University Chicago Loyola University New Orleans Lynn University Marquette University Mercer University Miami University, Oxford Mississippi State University Montana State University Morehouse College New York University North Carolina State University Northeastern University Oglethorpe University Ohio University Ohio Wesleyan University Oxford College of Emory University Pennsylvania State University

*Above is a selective list of colleges and universities to which St. Pius X students were accepted, but may have elected not to attend.

Pepperdine University Presbyterian College Princeton University Purdue University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rhodes College Rice University Rochester Institute of Technology Rollins College Sacred Heart University Saint John’s University (NY) Saint Louis University Saint Mary’s College Samford University Savannah College of Art and Design School of the Art Institute of Chicago Seattle University Sewanee: The University of the South Southern Methodist University Spring Hill College Stanford University Swarthmore College Texas A&M University Texas Christian University The American University of Paris The Catholic University of America The Citadel The George Washington University The Ohio State University The University of Alabama The University of Arizona The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The University of Texas, Austin Tulane University University of California, Berkeley University of California, Los Angeles University of Central Florida University of Cincinnati

University of Colorado at Boulder University of Dayton University of Denver University of Florida University of Georgia University of Kansas University of Kentucky University of Maryland, College Park University of Massachusetts University of Michigan University of Mississippi University of Missouri Columbia University of Nevada, Las Vegas University of North Georgia University of Notre Dame University of Oregon University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of Rhode Island University of Richmond University of San Francisco University of South Carolina University of St. Thomas University of Tennessee, Knoxville University of Utah University of Vermont University of Virginia University of Wisconsin, Madison University of Wyoming Villanova University Virginia Military Institute Virginia Tech Wake Forest University Washington State University Washington University in St. Louis Western Carolina University Wofford College Xavier University Yale University Young Harris College

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annual fund honor roll The Annual Fund Honor Roll recognizes individuals who support the school’s Annual Fund. We further recognize those who have contributed on a continuing basis. Any donor who has contributed this year, and the previous four years, is listed with his or her name in italics. Furthermore, any donor who has contributed this year, and the previous nine years, is listed with his or her name bold and italicized. Placement reflects the sum of personal gifts and any company matching gifts. As we celebrate 60 years of St. Pius X, members of the Class of 1959, the first graduating class, have an asterisk by their names. This year, the school was presented with a $50,000 challenge gift if 700 alumni donors or 80 percent of current parents donated. The community pulled together with nearly 850 alumni donors and 78 percent parent participation. Please note that this list reflects Annual Fund gifts only. Donations to other funds are disclosed elsewhere in this report. SOCIETY OF ST. PIUS X

($25,000 + )

Paul and Lynn Linck The Coca-Cola Company Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Whitcomb

CARDINAL SARTO SOCIETY

($15,000 + )

John and Angela Laughter Kevin and Maria Seramur

DOMINI SUMUS SOCIETY

($7,500 + )

Richard Arroll ’80 Dan and Kerrie Bauer John and Elizabeth Buyarski The Conrads Family Education Fund at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia The Glennon Family Gert and Joan Kampfer Mary Ryan & Henry G. Kuhrt Foundation Christopher and Catherine McDonald Family Fund Kay and David Penter

PRESIDENT’S SOCIETY

($5,000 + )

Anonymous David and Sharyn Baer Anastasios and Anna Costarides Brian and Christy David Delta Air Lines, lnc. Robert and Kate Kennedy Steve and Kim Klinger Jamie and Shirleen Laubenthal Bob and Carolyn Magbee Kellie and William Rose Mary Angelich Rubright ’79 Richard and Michelle Schlueter Richard and Helen Schneider Laura and Chris Sertich ’77 Noel J. Sitzmann and Janine A. Boehm Gary and Martha Sledge Michael and Maureen Sullivan

MONSIGNOR YOUNG SOCIETY

($2,500 + )

American International Group, Inc. Annie I. Anton Ph.D. ’84, in honor of Msgr. Richard Lopez Frank and Kathy Blythe Argenbright ’66 Matthew and Maggie Bailey ’02, in honor of Jackelyn Kulzer ’06 David and Marty Banks Dr. and Mrs. John Bleacher Fred Bruce Greg and Michele Burdick

Nina and Taz Butler Stephen and Kristin Carney David and Laura Case Sam and Yvonne Christopher Dave and Ann Czabala Marshall and Nancy Ford Jim and Beth Fry Mr. Jose Raul Gomez and Mrs. Leticia Castellanos Home Depot Perry and Deborah Hopkins Bill and Donna Hungeling Robert J. Kelly ’82 and Mary Gail Muse Tim and Jody Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Kolker Chris and Nicolle Lalomia Bob and Meredith Lee James and Donna Lucarini Dev and Beth Maguire ’74 Mark and Tricia Maloney Stephen and Mary Beth Raterman Martin ’99 Tom and Melinda Martin Jonathan and Nila Massey Thomas and Lauren McGahan Mignerey-Larkin Families Lee and Jeaneen Miller ’97 Michael and Sheila Mohr ’79 Mr. and Mrs. John Mount Neenah, Inc. Terry and Donna Owens Oke and Patrice Pearson Sant and Shawn Perez ’77 Luis and Abrenda Planas Anthony and Kathy Polvino Jennifer and Kent Polzin


Warren and Rebecca Rakoski Bob and Mary Remmes Gregory and Monica Rudolph Chip and Shayla Rumely James and Jeanne Ryan Salesforce.com Foundation Erin and Molly Schlader Mike and Nancy Scirocco Mrs. Susan Lauria Seaver ’64 Jenn and Phil Sedlack ’88 Tom and Sparky Parks Spearman ’85 Steve and Maureen O’Shea Spellman ’70 Deone and Brad Spratte Carter and Marycarol Stout ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Bernardo Sucre SunTrust Banks, Inc. Daniel A. and Marielena Teran Gary and Sherry Turner Kenneth J. Turner and Martha A. Simmons UBS Community Affairs Dirk and Starr Ver Meulen Matt and Carolynn Smith Walker ’90 & ’90 Jay and Ann Wolverton Jennifer Wood Keith Wood William and Susan Riesmeyer Wood ’92 Chuck and Jennifer Pitra Wootten ’82 Msgr. Terry W. Young

MONSIGNOR MALONEY SOCIETY

($1,500 + )

Anonymous Timothy and Susan Acklin Raul and Susana Ajoy Alfonso ’86 Jose and Sarah Alvarez Bob and Karen Bachman David and Julie Bakken Kevin and Susan Ballew Chad and Chris Barwick Jane Belden Patricia Bell Leila Benoit ’99 Michael and Mandy Berretta ’85 Kevin and Tricia Biando Andrew and Jill Bierbaum Karen Cooper and John Boykin Marty and Marian Braham Gene and Mary Jane Brisbane Olin and Michelle Broadway Kevin and Sarah Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. Ron Cameron James and Kristina Chatfield Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Robert Claxton Debra and Melvin Coheley Ann and Barry Cohen Linda Conrads ’70 Holmes and Angela Cooper James and Christin Costas Todd and Mary Cozart ’89 Patrick and Trish Davey Mr. and Mrs. John Davis Charles and Eveie DeWitt Michael and Kori Dixon Dr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Dolt III Andrew and Cynthia Doris J. Andrew and Colleen Doyle Sean and Megan Drinan Kathryn Emling Elizabeth A. Esparolini Brian and Erin Finneran Constance and Grosvenor Fish Paula Fodor ’81, in memory of Betsy Fodor ✝ Javier and Schirli Galeano Bill and Kathy Galvin Ed and Cathy Asip Gasperini ’62 & ’65 Jim and Shea Geeslin Doug and Kim Goforth Glenn and Leslie Gray Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Greene Patrick and Mary Grum Mike and Jen McGowan Guynn ’87 Brian and Terri Hall Richard and Maria Hare Brian and Pamela Hefner Roy K. Hendee III ’83 Michael and Jennifer Higgins Jason and Maggie Gonzalez Hoback ’89 Pauline and Walter Hoch Nancy and Peter Hollensbe Chris Hooper and Anne Marie Ciprari-Hooper ’77 Mitch and Susan House Kevin and Gail Hudson William and Jessica Hughes Michael and Christine Salgado Hungeling ’93 David and Julie Hungeling ’91 IBM Matching Gifts Cody and Diane Jackson Matt and Amy Jardina ’85 Andrew and Nicole Hiltgen Jung ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Kahlert Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly John and Theresa Kidd Mike and Kasey Kirschner Gregory and Pamela Koch Kyle and Grace Kolvereid

Steve and Sally McQuaid Kramer ’67 & ’69 Jeff and Molly Messner Lane ’73 & ’74 Mr. Trevor Lee and Mrs. Gina Daniel-Lee Joe and Leigh Lentine Michael and Christy Liss Robert and Lori Lott Dexter and Lori Leach Lummus ’80 & ’80 Dan and Emily Lynch Rich and Patti Macchia Steve and Valerie Miller Maloof ’85 & ’85 Victor and Ellen Marotta Brian and Eileen Matthews Andy and Kerry May ’74 Andy and Susan Mendzef Ashley and Maria Rodriguez Miller ’87 John (Jack) Millkey ’63 Beth and Bill Morrison Rev. Samuel A. Najjar ’61 Michael and LeAnn Nark Northwestern Mutual Foundation Tom and Joanne Novack Samuel Noyd ’03 Rick and Kathy Durden O’Brien ’69 & ’70 Ms. Anne Olmstead and Mr. Dennis Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Greg Orman Jim and Michelle O’Sullivan Nancy Conrads Pendergast ’72 Richard and Leigh Pentecost Thomas and Paige Peterson Mike and Susan Petrik Pimco Foundation Gus and Susan Piña Philip Pompilio ’78 and Peg Cassidy Jason and Donna Poulos Chris and Francie Quigley Greg and Joanie Reardon Raines ’80 & ’80 Ward and Jocelyn Ralston Kevin Reardon ’87 Mrs. Pat Reiley Mark and Reed Richardson John and Lisa Ripoll Rick and Gina Rufolo Mr. and Mrs. Matthew P. Sasser Patricia D. Sedlack Tom and Dianne Sherrill Mary Martha Spear Ross and Denise Stevens

Hayes and Kathleen Swann John and Jackie Tardy Jeff and Jennifer Tarnowski, in honor of Mark Kelly Luciano and Maria Tiberia & Family John and Julie Train Richard and Lori Turbe Al and Sally Varner Michael and Margaret Verna Jose and Juliana Villegas Voya c/o Frontstream Bif and Kris Washburn Alan and Marcia Watt Brian and Amy Weick Richard and Betsy Westenberger Jeff and Heather Williams Mr. and Mrs. Brad Young Mark and Jo Ann Zyla

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Anonymous Bill Abraham ’65 Aegon Transamerica Foundation Greg and Lynn Amoroso Richard L. Armitage ’63 Steve and Debbie Asip ’72 Mr. Gill Autrey and Ms. Lee Anne Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Balfour Ms. Diane Barnsley Frank and Mary Jane Bentz ’59* Christopher and Millicent Black Gerald J., Robin, and Jonathan Bohn ’68 Cece Glavin and Doug Bowen Donald and Rosa Brown Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Buckley III June Buechner Chuck and Lynn Byrd Brad and Karen Cast Russ and Maria Chandler Ernie and Beverly Cole Clark and Jennifer Coles Jim and Camilla Corrigan Comerford ’77

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George and Bonnie Daneker Donald and Jolene Davis George and Carol Diamantis The DiGiacomo Family Chester and Zulma Dixon Margaret Doig ’01 Kevin & Karla Dolan ’77 Mike and Ginny Dolan ’76 Michele Fahey and Benjamin Druss Byard F. Edwards and Laura J. Martin Richard and Anne Farnsworth ’69 Victor and Jennifer Ferrugia John and Dorothy Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Luis Franco Fleming and Marsha Free Michael and Katie Gillin Mr. and Mrs. William A. Godshall Google, Inc. Martin and Kelly Grace Kevin and Linda Grass Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hall Gary H. Harvey Jr., in memory of Lannie Hampson ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hodge Mark and Brenda Homrich ’80 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Huerkamp Dan and Sandy Huff Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Jones Art and Elizabeth Karalexis, in memory of John Graham and Theodora Karalexis Mark and Linda Buechner Kelly ’70 & ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krisak Philip and Debra LaPorte Matt and Melanie Lipscomb Virginia and Joseph Mallof Family Fund Stephen M. and Karen Maloof ’88 William and Marilyn McBride Terrence and Jennifer Coady McBride ’93 & ’90 Dennis and Julie McDermott Donovan and Lesley McGee Carolyn McGeehan Kelly and Lisa Groover McKenzie ’77 & ’77 McKesson HBOC Information Technology Group Kevin and Juliet Jones Melvin ’76 & ’80 Richard and Katherine Meyer Anita Gentle Newcomb ’72 Mark R. Noyd and Mary L. Joseph Joe and Jacqueline Odom ’69 Sooho and Juliana Oh Wendy Owens and Ed Castro Lewis and Leslie Palumbo

Ed and Robin Patton William and Lani Paxton Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Postero Mrs. Sybil Ralston Mike and Mary Regas Paul and Becky Roberts Patrick and Mary Pat McGinn Schaaf ’76 Andrew Seng ’95 Erwin and Leslie Shatzen Andy and Yvonne Smith Sidney and Leslie Smith Glenn and Ardath Solsrud Mrs. Jill Soulen Tom and Pat Stockmeyer Mark and Mary Stouffer Earle and Chris Taylor The Merck Foundation TIAA-CREF Employee Giving Campaign Chris and Laura Trainor Sean and Thuy Tran Paul and Sheila Michalko Varuso ’89 Verizon Gregg and Kim Vickery Mr. and Mrs. George Walton Wells Fargo Craig and Lisa West Jeff and Jeanne Marie Wieland Ralph and Kathy Williams ’81, in honor of Thelma Louise Williams Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Woods Scott and Kim Woods

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Anonymous (2) AMB Group, LLC Apex Enviromental Services

John and Katy Hunter Asip ’80 & ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley H. Bartle Greg Beckham ’65 David and Nancy Beja David and Jackie Beverly Matt and Mary O’Brien Beyer ’80 & ’82 Bob and Henri Bible Mark and Joan Bielak Patrick M. Bowen ’91 Federico and Cynthia Boyd Jeff and Donna Bradford Rachel Braham ’86 Mike and Kathleen Braswell John and Karoline Rumps Brennan ’82 James and Tonja Bridges Jeanie Brieske Mike and Sam Briones Brian and Kathleen Brown Rick and Kathryn Brown Brian and Gina Buchanan Rebecca Castillo Buehler ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Bulger Matt and Wynne Callaway Robert and Rhonda Capone Jon Carreker Marco and Simona Ceccagnoli The Celedon Family Mr. and Mrs. Denver Clark Class of 1976 Steven and Janine Cochran Jan and William Collier Brian and Sherri-Aynn Collins Jim and Georgia Connell ’88 Michael E. Connor ConocoPhillips M. Lia Cornejo The Craciun Family Chuck and Suzanne Davis Susan Greene DePasquale

Nancy Devlin ’76 Cassie Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Dolan Sr. Jose Luis and Josefa Dominguez Ken and Una Dooley Ken and Kelly Dooley ’92 Rodney and Allison Dourron Gerard A. Dowd Family Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Downer Wayne and Genny Drash Brian and Michele Dubay Catherine Friddell Duyos ’59* Mr. and Mrs. Jason Eaglen Sandra Eaton-Heter ’61 Billy and Wendy Egan ’85 Thomas and Melissa Ertler Deborah McIntyre Eshelman ’76 Marc Etienne and Sheryl Strasser John F. and Susan Murray Euart ’64 & ’64 Mike and Paula Thomas Fannon ’74 & ’82 Kevin and Rhonda Ficco Bryan and Stephanie Flint Michael and ColleyAnn Flynt Raymond and Janet Foster Bruce and Joy Fredericks Jamie and Katherine Fristoe Juan and Rosa Garcia Russ and Sharon Gavron Bob Gilbert and Kristi Knipper Carson ’85 Melissa Ginther David and Rena Grace Jeffrey and Jamie Graebner ’01 Robert and Stacie Granberry Justin and Sheila Greear ’99 Anne Green ’83 and August Stoney John and Kathleen Griffith


DID YOU KNOW Current head coach Paul Standard ’80 played for legendary coach George B. Maloof and is the secondwinningest coach in school history behind Maloof.

Deborah Guilbeau Jim and Cathie Haddad ’65 Dr. Liberty Hall and Mr. Randy Hall Kevin and Jennifer Smerek Harlan ’90 Lee and Laura Harrison Loren P. Hauck Steve and Patti Hedenquist Kirk and Carmen Hegwood Jay and Karen Heim Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hendrix Thomas and Elisabeth Hermann Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson Lara O’Connor Hodgson ’88 Brent and Christine Houk William and Vickie Huddleston Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hull William Hungeling ’89 Mark and Lisa Hutson Bob and Mernie Huttman, in memory of Charleen Klister Kevin and Michelle Ingham Charles and Carrie Johnson Julia McDevitt Jones ’85 Paul and Elizabeth Joseph Juniper Networks Jon Kerner ’83 Michael and Beth Gasperini Kimberl ’90 Tom and Carmel Knight Bob and Janine Estafen Kourieh ’91 Kristin Kramer ’98 Bruce and Diane Baly LaBudde ’66 Richard and Amy Lauth Matt and Beth Whitesell Lammers ’74 & ’76

The Lavandero Family Cristina Leon ’88 Mr. S. Fenn Little Jr. P.C. Stephen and Sonya Loflin Garland and Kristin Long Brian and Renee Latone Luse ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Macik Michael Macking ’98 Mark and Caroline Mancao Mark and Tracy Mancinelli John and Judy Manzo Tim and Resa Markham ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Marston Terry and Elaine McClean Mike and Debbie McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Jordan P. McMonagle Leon and Mary Tena Melissas Alyson and Mark Metzler Nick and Cindy Meyer Microsoft Matching Gifts Program William P. Miller Alec and Meredith Minné Nikolai and Christina Mondi ’92 Steve and Shari Moody John and Patti Muenchen Andrew and Elsa Muir Brian and Jill Mulligan Ansley Davis Murphey ’91 and Marshall Murphey Tim and Camille Naughton Matthew and Jenny Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Duong Nguyen Bengt and Evy Nilsson Brian Oates ’98

Ricky & Laura Patch O’Connell ’89 & ’94 Garrett and Jane O’Malley William and Carolyn O’Neil Ken and Maureen O’Reilly R. Douglas Orsagh ’88 Rob and Nancy Ortner Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O’Shea Ronald and Mary Osterloh Michele Paetznick Ward and Staci Parker Zani and Mary Patasin Glenn and Melissa Petersen John and Stacy Pignetti Mark and Michelle Pittman Planas Family PNC Foundation Steve and Stephana Poole Bill and Barbara McCusker Poole ’62 & ’62 Tim and Melissa Porter Winston and Mary Porter Stephen and Jane Ratchford Guy and Jennifer Rawlins Regions Financial Corporation Foundation Kim and Kathleen Hogan Reichling ’70 & ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Reynolds III Maureen and John Riski Mark and Janet Ritzer Dr. and Mrs. David G. Robertson Gene and Brigitte Robinson Mr. and Mrs. David Rodenhiser William R. Rodriguez and Maria A. Pernetz

Christopher and Leigh Rogers ’97 Sarah Catherine White Rossmann ’01 Teresa M. Ryan ’76 Irene and Leonard Savini Dan and Nancy Schrage Keith and Mary Lou Schwaner Kathy Sherlock Scott ’63 Scripps Networks Interactive Matthew Seng ’89 and Celeste Hannah Arturo and Kerry Serrano Mr. and Mrs. William B. Sexton John and Barb Shannon Rob and Beth Shaw Terry and Nielda Shaw Kim and Bill Sheppard Alison Sherrill and Chris Crow Sherwin-Williams Company Lorette Sibilly, in honor of Caroline Dixon Pete and Terry Sides Jacqueline Siebert Brian and Amy McBride Sims ’86 Henry and Mary Ann Maguire Smith ’79 & ’79 Randy and Kay Snipes Lloyd and Teresa Snyder Paul and Cindy Standard ’80 Mrs. Katie Bush Stilson ’00 John and Betty Strange David and Kate Stroth Tim and Jodi Stultz Catherine and Richard Sweeley Dr. Za’vette Tatum-Kodzai William and Christina Tice

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DID YOU KNOW The first Annual Fund was held in the 1988-1989 academic year and raised over $66,600 under the direction of Director of Development and Alumni Lou Loncaric, and the leadership of Monsignor Terry Young as principal. Gene Brisbane and Gloria Jameson led the faculty and staff campaign. Both still give to St. Pius X today. Solicitations for the Annual Fund included a student/alumni phonathon at the Southern Bell Phone Center. The first Annual Fund campaign raised more than the school auction, Athletic Association, computer fund, raffle, Home and School Association, and other fundraisers.


Travelport Mr. and Mrs. Joel Tressler Mark Trivette David and Sharon Troncale ’91 Randy and Melissa Turner Tom and Marylyn Tuura Bradley and Polly Van Duser Mark and Sonya Verrill Guy and Wendy Vocelka Paul and Mary Voss Douglas Wagner Wayne Wagner David and Vicki Walker Scott and Elizabeth Walker Todd and Sarah Walker Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Warner Patrick and Meg Trujillo Warner ’84 & ’88 Pete and Julie Warner Pat and Sheridan Watson Jon and Melissa Waugh Mr. Daniel A. White Karen Conrads Wibell ’67 Ian and Kathleen Wild Bill and Sharon Wildman Tom and Allyson Willner

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Anonymous (7) Michael Abbott ’08 AbbVie Employee Engagement Fund Mark and Katie Trocheck Abel ’00 Mike and Debbie Abel ’74 Molly Lawrence Ackerman ’66 Greg and Sharon Fleming Adams ’81 William and Mary Adams Marian Van House Adamson ’61 Kevin and Doris Adler Karin Akers Mr. Marc L. Akers and Ms. Maegan A. Ahern Marco Alarcon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert Robert and Amy Aldrich Laura Fleming Alexander ’03 Ginny Aubitz Alexander ’66 Mary Alice Giblin Allcott ’69 Richard and Betty Allen Thomas Almon ’63 Altria Matching Gifts Program Jennifer Cawley Alvillar ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Marion Anandappa

Dino and Nancy Anastasiades Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson Mr. Matthew Anderson Peter Anderson ’60 Rock and Carla Anderson Samuel and Joanne Anderson Dr. and Mrs. John P. Anderton David and Heather Andignac Rafael and Patricia Martinez Andino ’83 Cindy Andreu Martin ’77 Lucas and Brenda Andrews Mrs. Barbara Anest Arlene Anest-Dechant ’90 and Brian Dechant Fred and Ann Angulo Bennett Flattmann Arbour ’60 Susan Arenson-Tootle ’89 Richard Arnold ’18 Richard and Michele Arnold Jon Atchley ’67 Athans Family Leeann Buergler Attanucci ’00 Bernie and Charlene Auer Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Alexandra Catroppa Azzarello ’95 Rebekah Baer ’07 Travis Baer ’04 Killebrew Bailey Ashley Callahan Baisley ’99 Tosha Balfour Kathryn (Kit) Stultz Ballentine ’74 Dianne Ballew Jorge and Victoria Balthazar Alexandra Balzer Bank of America Mr. Nathan Banks ’18 Jessica and Brian Barclay Bearden and Jill Barnes Karl Webster Barnes ’68 Ewing, Lutricia and Trey Barnett Jr. Emily Barnhardt ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Barnhardt III Angele McDaniel Barrow ’74 Michael and Mary Ann Barry Sr. Fred and Brigid Foster Bartholomai ’83 Becca DuFresne Bartholomew ’92 Ann Bataillon Mr. Richard Batson and Mrs. Nicole Yeesing-Batson Jeanne S. Batten Joe Baumgartner ’59* Manny and Helen Bautista Claudia L. Baxter

Andy and Jan Beach Jane Peeler Beak ’64 Alexander Beal ’67 Melissa Beam ’88 Ricky and Pamela Beard Bill and Pam Beason Russ and Betty Beason Mr. and Mrs. Dave Beavin ’68 Paul Beavin ’61 Joshua T. Beck ’14 Jerry and Lisa McBride Beck ’85 Timothy J. Beck ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Benefield Jr. David A. Benoit and Pilar Diaz Samuel and Rahel Beraki Grace Berg ’18 Scott and Susie Bergeron Stephen and Danielle Berk Michele Berrell Joe and Cathy Berry ’74 Joseph and Tara Bertulfo RADM Bob Besal, USN ’68 Ronald and Theresa Betteker Abby and Taylor Bettencourt Mrs. Gloria J. Bezaire George and Emma Bicego Neal and Catherine Bigelow Justin and Kim Bily Phil Binkow, in memory of Ray Brewer Emily Ann Bishop ’10 Nicholas and Siobhan Bissell John Bittner ’77 Cary Johnson Blackburn ’85 David and Maryann Blackburn John and Patty Bliss Jr. ’69 Edward and Christina Blodgett Christopher and Stephanie Kampfer Bohach ’96 & ’95 James Bollacci ’09 Naomi Bollacci ’10 Bill and Philomena Bollinger Brice Bollinger ’18 Mark and Katherine Bollinger Mrs. Doris A. Bova Michael and Lisa Bowden Mark and Rosanne Errigo Bowen ’63 Tom and Corinne Boyle Jeff and Christina Brady Jim and Debra Brady Kevin and Joleen Branford ’92 Bob and Pat Branford Thomas Brannan ’64 Corinna Brannon Benjamin and Rachele Branson

Mr. and Mrs. William Braswell Kitty and Robbie Bray Brendan and Kore Thompson Breault ’87 Dennis and Patricia Brennan ’61 Luke and Erin Brewster Celeste Bridges Reginald and Donna Bridges Jim and Cindy Brieske ’82 Bright Funds Foundation Drs. William and Prima Briones Laura Briscoe Olin Broadway ’17 Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks Thomas and Paula Brosnan Catherine Broussard Trey Broussard ’01 Anita Brown Brandon and Jamie Brown Catherine Brown ’98 Chris and Janet Brown Courtney Spak Brown ’99 Elizabeth B. Brown ’77 Mike and Mary Jane Brown Michael and Christina Broxterman John and Susan Brozovic Alan and Nancy Bruce Tom and Mary Najjar Brunner ’80 Doug and Heather Bryan John Bryan ’18 Doris Bucher ’60 James Buckalew The David Buechner Family ’73 Rommel and Mimi Buenvenida Bret and Ashleigh Buhler Tuan and Hoangoanh Bui Kevin and Frances McLellan Buis ’83 Mr. Mark K. Buis ’17 Elke M. and Charles A. Burden Silvia Uceda Burgoon ’89 Kyle and Tara Burke Brad and Alyene Burnett Glenn and Catherine Burns Mike and Mary Burns Tom and Jennifer Burns Tom Burrell ’97 Lonnie and Valencia Burwell Katie Butler Nancy Rupp Butler ’75 Patty and Derek Butler Emma Buyarski ’18 John and Carol Buyarski Eric and Ann Bynum

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Nicolas J. Caceres ’17 Mr. and Mrs. John Caffrey Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Caffrey ’86 Colleen Reardon Caldwell ’78 Franklin Harris Callaway ’18 Cathryn Cambria Jack and Jo Marie Mule’ Cammack ’68 & ’70 Jon and Christina Cannon Mae Cannon ’18 David and Christi Lampe Caragher ’83 & ’84 Jeff and Karen Carbonara ’85 Jerry and Andrea Carbonara Patricia Weldon Carmody ’60 Dana McElwee Carnahan Mr. and Mrs. Ken Carney Morgan Carney ’08 Jim and Christina Powell Carragher ’89 Tom and Jackie Tusa Carriker ’83 Keith Carter ’81 Scott Carter Ted and Tina Carter Carter’s Cares Heather Hickein Cartier ’95 Alex and Susan Lampe Casanova ’88 & ’90 Kathleen Hellgeth Cashin ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Jayme J. Caspall Michael and Nancy Frierson Cassidy ’68 & ’67 Nick and Tracy Castricone ’74 Mrs. Jenny Castro Nicole Castro ’18

Catholic Foundation of North Georgia, Inc. Andrea Catroppa ’86 Ms. Erin M. Cavalli ’12 Mr. Joseph B. Cavalli ’15 Brent and Dana Cervenka Erin Connelly Cervino ’97 Judy Jenkins Chadwick ’63 Jim and Mary Chamberlin Mrs. Felicity Maxted Chapman ’90 Michael and Jane Chase J. David and Dawn Cherry Mrs. Leslie Chiabotti Edward and Lucia Chian Joseph and Melissa Childress Doug and Patty Gilmer Childs ’77 Jennifer Boyd Chriss ’97 Samantha Christian ’18 Tad and Janine Christian Chubb Corporate Giving David Clark Robert and Jane Clark Eric and Lynn Clarkson Emma Llano Clausen ’81 Rich and Kathy Cleys Nikki Shama Cline ’10 Harvey and Sharon Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cohen Scott and Mary Cohen Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Cohenour Susan Spickerman Coletti ’66 Jerry Colley ’62 Maureen Collins ’97 Theresa Dunn Collins ’02 Compass Family Chiropractic Joe and Gretchen Conboy ’77 Louise Fisher Coniglio ’85 Kristin Connor Robert and Laura Consolazio Philip R. Consuegra ’02 Ed and Regina Conway Kathleen Kelly Conwell ’69

Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Cook Emily McLellan Cooper ’73 William and Patricia Cooper Haley Coleman Coplen ’98 Anazion and Elena Cordeiro Ed and Suzanne Cordovado Fred and Cecelia Shannon Corso ’83 Cortland Partners Dr. Jack Cotter and Barbara Cotter Michael and Nancy Coveny Kirk and Holly Covington Robert K. Cowhig ’65 Sarah Rolfes Cox ’04 John Coyle ’88 Robert and Claudia Cozine Ryan and Jennifer Hayward Crabbe ’02 Anne Reimer Craig ’82 Brian and Bonnie Craver Mr. Frank Crippen ’17 Terrence and Merry Croft Connie Lynn Foster Cronin ’79 Lawrence and Nancy Cullen Mary Baker Culwell ’60 Mrs. Lisa Curia and Mr. David George Ashley Marriott Curlette ’02 Ann Hudson Currie ’77 Michael and Jean T. D’Alessandro Dalton Family Julie DeLoach Dangel ’68 Seminarian Avery Daniel ’11 Robert F. Davenport, Jr. Maureen David Mr. William David ’18 Drew and Gail Davidson ’63 Harry and Emilie Davis Mary Carter Davis ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis R. Tyler & Megan Stump Dawe ’99 & ’99 Janice Stevenson Dawson ’70 Kevin Dawson ’69 Muff Sullivan DeCelles ’74 Katherine Eichelberger Decker ’90 Bill deGolian ’68 Jeffrey Del Bagno ’18 Paul and Lisa DeLorme David and Elvira DeLurgio Ms. Lindsay H. Dent and Mr. EJ Brosas John DeSantis II ’81 Susan Devine ’76 Melanie and Thomas Devlin Mr. and Mrs. C.M. DeWitt Jr.

DID YOU KNOW Dedicated in 1961 on the front lawn of the school’s campus, the statue of St. Pius X was hand carved in Italy by Carlo Pisi from Carrara marble. It is 8.5’ high and weighs four tons. It was moved by a crane in 1984 to its present location prior to the school’s expansion.

Stephen and Tricia DeWitt Megan Kiely Dey ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Vincenzo Di Pietro Wesley Diamantis ’18 Mr. and Mrs. J. David DiCristina Laurie McDaniel Dieterle ’76 Charlie and Ann Dillon Mr. and Mrs. James Dillon Michael and Holly DiPietro Hilary Goodno Dixon ’96 Stephen Dlugos ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doan Susan L. Dogens Karyn Dolan ’75 Ms. Rebecca Dolan Robert Dolan Joe and Chris Dolgetta John Michael Donahue Nick and Amy H. O’Neill Donlan ’99 Mark K. and Susan Dooley ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dorsel John and Coty Dowling Catherine Downey Brenda Doychak Catharine and Fred Dressel III Richard and Joan Driscoll Rachel Drucker ’18 Eric and Mary Beth Drummond Edward G. Dudley ’80 Dr. Ellen M. Dukes ’65 Steven Duncan Jr. ’97 Barbara and Dennis Dunn Tim and Judith Dunn ’79 Jim and Pat Durrett Terence Earley ’60 Jeanne Eason ’97 Arthur and Teresa Hungeling Ebbs ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Eberlein Consuelo Leon Ecuyer ’86 Matt and Ann Marie Dooley Edwards ’96 Bert and Francine Edwards Margeaux Edwards ’18 Steve and Terry Edwards Theodore Eichelberger ’77 Tom Eidson ’68 Brenda and Jim Eiland Nahom Elias ’18 Tiffany M. Elliott ’02 Doug and Debbie Elstad Ken and Lori Elston Tom and Holly Miller Emberson ’90 Wai and Joanna Eng James and Meredith Epting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ertler Richard and Nancy Esker Mr. and Mrs. Rodrigo Espinosa Woody Euart ’69 Mary Joy Evarts Paul and Juliette Evelyn Rita Everett Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fahy III Eddie and Carla Fahy David and Elizabeth Fairleigh


Alexander Fangmann ’18 Richard and Jennifer Fangmann Fannie Mae Foundation Megan Margaret Fannon ’09 Ken and Lisa Farnsworth Lindsey Farrell Michael B. Farrell ’02 Mr. John Favier Thomas Fechalos ’18 Timothy and Kelly Fechalos Mike and Mary Feeney John and Johnna Feild Neil and Ashley Feldman Henry Fernandez and Denise Duran Mitch and Debra Snipes Ferrell ’68 Drs. Aldo and Bonnie Ferri Mr. and Mrs. Art Finch Mr. and Mrs. Scott Finch David and Joy Fisher Kirk and Suzanne Fjelstul Gary G. and Diana Barnsley Fleming ’93 Cheryl Fletcher Jon and Meg Jones Fligg ’89 Tim and Erin Flinn Joseph Flint ’07 Peter and Nicole Floody James Flowers Daniel Foley ’06 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Foley, in honor of Chuck Byrd Lynn Azar Foley ’74 Todd and Hope Follmer Anna P. Ford ’18 Sydney R. Ford ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fore John and Margie Forrester Tryphenia Foster Timothy and Susan Dorn Fowler ’68 Donald and Suzanne Foy Christine Gerlach Frank ’84 Gregory J. Franke Mr. and Mrs. Cary Franklin Kyle Elizabeth Frazier ’09 Mrs. Sarah Ann Freant John and Ann Frederick Kerry and Meg Hyle Frederick ’70 & ’70 Jim and Cathy Fredericks Jim and Elise Fredrickson Bill and Patricia Szabo Fries ’63 Ms. Sarah M. Fristoe ’13 Matthew and Lisa Bird Frooman ’82 Gary and Stephanie Hatheway Froug ’82 Dana Fugaro ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Gaffney Jonathan Gagliano ’88 Mrs. Marge Galivan Maria Patricia Gallimore Gavin and Vesna Galtere Christopher and Erin Gannon Drs. Andres Garcia and Michelle LaPlaca Valerie Garcia ’18 Jose Garcia-Castenada

Kimberly Jenkins Garrett ’86 Matthew and Therese Mruk Garrett ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Chad Garrison Anna Burnett Gay ’00 GE Foundation Sarah Braham Geiger ’88 Alfred Gentle ’71 Christoph and Heather Gerdes ’85 Sharon Scheurer Germano ’66 Emily Gibb ’98, in memory of Jeffrey David Gibb ’02 Jennifer Gibbs James T. Gilbert Mary Catherine Gaffney Gill ’93 Christopher Gilligan ’97 Tony and Jonelle Giometti Hector, Nelly, and Sebastian Giraldo Jim and Peg Girard Gil and Joyce Girtz Bob and Susie Glenn Jim and Jeanice Glennon Jay and Carol Goda ’79 Laura Gomez Ricardo and Julie Gonzalo Mike Goode ’79 David and Jane Goodwin William and Jessie Buechner Gordon ’07 Mr. and Mrs. George A. Gornowicz Joseph and Jean Gothie Kenneth and Kay Graap Mallory Grace ’18 Daniel and Sara Graciaa ’05 Megan Graddock Gary and Jen Graebner ’90 & ’93 Walter and Wendy Grage Bob and Brandy Chadwick Graham ’90 Shirley Graham Richard and Amy Granelli Jennifer Sale Granik ’00 Richard and Kathryn Grant Mr. and Mrs. Donavon Graves Katherine A. Graves ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Graves Juliet Greco Peter and Mary Ann Bell Green ’73 Therese T.J. Jones Green ’74 James and Brenda Greenlee Dennis and Dana Greiner John and Jenna Griffin Mark A. Grogan ’73 David and Renee Grubbs Laura Guerin ’99 Mr. and Mrs. James Guyton Michael and Heather Quinn Haddad ’96 & ’96 Michael B. Hagearty D.D.S. Liliana Hagiopol Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Halbig

Dwayne and Debra Halbig Sr. Mary Jacinta M. Halbig ’12 Matthew Halbig ’18 Richard J. Halcik ’02 Ashley Purrington Halloran ’95 Timothy and Nancy Halloran Katherine Hally ’18 Patrick and Ashleigh Hally Elizabeth Hamilton ’05 Dr. and Mrs. James Hamner IV Robert Harbour ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Stark Harbour Maureen Whalen Hardin ’83 Patty and Tom Hardy Kristin Hare ’07 Elizabeth Harney ’73 Jack Harney ’71 Kenneth and Marta Harp Eileen Fitzgerald Harris ’61 Patrick Thomas Harris Terry and Theresa Harris Vicki Harrison J.M.M. Harrison ’63 Jennifer and Sam Harry Mr. Andrew J. Harth ’14 Claude and Anne Hartridge ’69 Chris and Cathy Harvey Joseph and Magali Haser David and Denise Hatter Jordan and Yvonne Haugh Cheryl Hawkins ’84 Mary Anne Tran Hawkins ’97 Justin and Layne Hayes Lucy and Bill Hayes Chris and Sheila Haynes

Mary Hays ’18 Roxanne Hayward ’08 Lydia Levergood Hazelwood ’88 Mary Finn Heaney ’60 Vivian Orr Heard ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Fred Heath Christopher and Kim Marie Hedges Jerry and Judy Hedges Linda Trotochaud Hedges ’70 Ms. Dalia Hedi-Fific Joey-Maria D. Jones Hedrick ’05 Dermot Hegarty ’18 Matthew and Claire Hegarty ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Heizer Jack and Sue Helbling Elizabeth Sobrero Heller ’82 John and Kristin Heneghan Patrick and Wendy Hennessey Michael and Lise Hennick David Herbster Hewlett Packard Matching Gifts Joseph Prescott Hickey ’09 Charles and Jennifer Hicks Sean and Julie Duvall Hiland ’96 Tara Hill Rosemary Hines ’63 Mark and Karen King Hoban ’72 & ’76 Daniel and Rebecca Hoefer Colleen Hogan ’97 Stephen Hogan ’80

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Jan Yochem Holland ’76 Linda Lehner Holman ’59* Andrew S. Hopkins ’16 Alexis Horder ’97 Wallace and Mona Horn Byron and Venesia Horne Mrs. Alice Horney Rob and Peggy Horrell John and Mary Horton Harry and Deborah Hosey Brian H. Houghton ’17 Matthew D. Houghton ’14 Thomas W. Houghton ’17 Lani House Jay Hoxie Gregg and Salome Hudock Kaitlin M. Huff ’14 Barbara Hughes Tom and Shelley Hughes Chip and Susan Humphrey Lt. Col. Frank K. Hurd ’64 David and Jennifer Hutchison Stephen Huttman ’05 John K. Huynh ’02 Kay Lombardy Hynes ’61 Carla Iacona ’74 Glen and Kelly Asip Iannucci ’98 & ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Arden W. Inda Carlos and Michelle Irastorza ’86 Brandon Irvin ’10 Victor and Karen Irvin Trey Irving ’97

Lauren Kenechi Izegbu ’09 Jackson Healthcare, LLC Ms. Beth L. Jameson Gloria Jameson Robert Jameson ’82 Thomas and Barbara Janas ’73 Mr. and Mrs. David Jannetta Dr. and Mrs. Philip Jardina Laura Johansen Jeffcoat ’81 Martha Tucker Jeffords ’59* Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jennings Chris Jespersen, in memory of Lori Jespersen Soot M. Jew JLL Community Connections Robert and Jennifer Jobson Robert G. Jobson ’18 Barbara and Fred Johansen ✝ Al and Janet Johnson Benjamin F. Johnson III Ellen Johnson ’05 Johnnie Johnson Khadeja Johnson ’97 Ms. Theresa Johnson Tommy and Kathryn Johnson Russ and Gina Joiner Alton and Beth Jones Ms. Christina M. Jones ’11 Erica Jones ’04 Fredrick and Maxine Jones Greg and Janice Jones Jacquelyn Anne Jones Woody and Janet Piede Jones ’71 Kevin M. Jones ’14 Daniel and Mary Vallés Jones Tessa F. Jones ’03 Deanna Jones-Puig ’01 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Jordan Michael Joseph Carol and Tony Joyce John and Marceil Joyner Jaime and Ofelia Juarez Gerry and Charlene Kaiser Hank and Tito Bindewald Kalb ’67 Frank and Sarah Auer Kaliner ’96 Courtney Kane ’04 Kyu and Changmi Kang Shannon Kang ’18 Jay and Jenniffer Todd Kapp ’94 & ’94 Brett and Gianna Dolgetta Kasten ’01 & ’01 Damian and Wendy Kavanagh Lawrence D. and Judith M. Kavanagh Ashlyn Kelly ’18 William Kelly ’74

Dennis and Trisha Kelly ’76 Kevin Kelly ’98 Nicholas and Nour Salman Kelly ’99 & ’99 Paul and Cindy Kelly Wallace Kelly ’18 Judith Kelner John and Jane Kenna Mr. Brion Kennedy Mark Kennedy ’68 Robert B. Kennedy Susan Kenney ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keough Maria Kepler Bill and Zonia Kesler Shannon Garvey Kettering ’88 Faith Khalik ’08 Gregory and Teresa Kibler Jacob Kieffer ’18 Todd and Elizabeth Kieffer George T. King ’18 James H. King Jr. Patricia England King Nick and Sally King Rev. Patrick Kingery ’82 Hugh F. Kinsel ’06 Hugh and Paula Kinsel Kinzey Family Mr. and Mrs. Craig Kirkland Martha W. Kirouac Liz Kirschner Douglas and Kim Kissell Phil and Heather Kloer Phil and Peggy Knipper Joseph and Vivian Knoerle Peter and Karen Knowles Carolyn Ann Koenig ’09 Mr. and Mrs. George Koenig Rita and Karl Koenig Ronald and Caroline Koenraad Carol Kofsky Burt and Susan Kolker Eleanor Kolker ’18 Mr. George Kopanezos Mark and Mary Koponen Steve Koporec ’73 Peggy Ward Kopp ’77 Rick and Sheila Kosek Richard and Judith Kosek Kathryn Koski Daniel Kozarich ’91 Mr. and Mrs. David Kraft Sue Bickes Kranyecz ’68 Rob and Jeanne Krieger Kraus ’74 & ’75 Taylor M. Krause ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreitner

DID YOU KNOW Did you know that the boys and girls basketball programs have combined to send more than 50 student-athletes to play in college. Between them, the programs have five state championships, three state runners-up and fifteen region championships.

Dan and Brooke Kremer Angie Kringel Robert and Susan Krug James and Morgan McAllister Krulisky ’06 Tom and Jessica Kuipers Elliott and Mary Kyle Francis Laba ’85 Ian LaBreck Tom and Karen Lacey Erina Nichols Lambeth ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Les Lampe Corinne Lane ’98 Everett Lane ’18 Kerney G. Lane ’16 Steve and Marta Gutierrez Lane ’71 & ’71 Joseph Larkin ’97 Susan Mignerey Larkin ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Latone William Laube ’72 Dolores Hopkins Lauderdale ’68 Andrew and Ana Lauer John and Carole Laughter Cathy Weiss Lavallee ’82 Isabel Lavandero ’18 Adrian and Laurie Law Noah Law ’18 Tom Lawrence ’63 Tom and Aileen Leahey Ms. Catherine Lee ’18 Legal and General America Amber H. Leggett ’15 Mr. Bert Leib Gary and Jana Leiner ’75 Stephen I. and Mary Anne Lembo Stephen and Connie Lenich ’86 Dan Lentine and Anita Brown Antonio and Patricia Lentini ’83 ✝ Robert and Elizabeth Leonard Evan and Terri Levy, in honor of Morenita Bautista Sally Potts Lewis ’83 Terri Lynn Lewis ’82 Steven and Nancy L’Hernault Hui Ru Li Lin Rong Zheng Andy and Kristen Lichtenwalner ’97 Soang and Hang Lieu Allen and Jill Ligon Robert and Bette Lind Harry and Dianne Lockwood Keith and Kellie Loges Lou and Phyllis Lombardy Greg and Hope Long and Family Kelly Long ’18 Mark W. and Sheila Long ’81 Mary-Margaret Long ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Longmire Michael A. Lopez ’18 Rob and Joanne Lorys Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Lozano Michelle Luchese ’97 Keith and Laurie Luckmann John and Sherry Bond Lundeen ’73


Kathie Allen Lunsford ’60 Robert and Cynthia Lyles Ian Lynch ’18 Kathie Lyons Sonny and Liz MacArthur Edward Macchia ’97 Bruce MacDowall ’65 Ms. Daphne K. Mack ’14 Rob and Leigh Mack Macy’s James and Reeny Madathany Amery and Rita Sarpong Madden ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Madden Ryan Magid ’99 Mac Devereux Maguire ’10 Mark and Barbara Maimone Jeannie Sankey Malinsky ’83 Timothy Mallon ’67 Mrs. Dolores M. Maloof Rita Maloof ’76 Robert Manarin ’81 Michelle Gembala Mancini ’94 Steve, Jennifer and Steven Mann ’15 Michael and Linda Gerstner Manning ’76 & ’76 Thomas and Marjory Mannion Joseph Manzo ’18 Marcinko Family John Marlar Dr. and Mrs. Dan Marshburn Patrick Marshburn ’05 Cathleen Marston ’99 Ann Martin ’18 Betty Lou Grubbs Martin ’60 Mary Pat Warner Martin ’86 Robert and Angela Martin Steve Martin ’76 Santiago Martinez ’19 Monica E. Parise and Wilson Martinez Luis and Sonia Martinez Michael Masak ’18 Dave and Carol Mason Mr. and Mrs. John Massey Josephine Massey Tim and Terry Masty Jonathan and Kathleen Boyle Mathers ’89 Victor and Christine Mattei Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Matullo Dana Puckett May ’83 William L. May ’76 Ray and Maureen Mazurek James and Christine McAleer Carl and Sigrid McAllister Ceci Shook McAuliffe ’68 John and Marianne McBrearty Kevin & Sarah Statton McBride ’97 & ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Ryan McClay Judy Schmitz McClure ’82 Bill and Kelly McCluskey Mackenzie McComb ’18 Max and Mary Jo McComb Mr. and Mrs. John McCulla Joseph and Maura McCurdy Matt and Susie McDaniel

Maria Mahon McDonald ’99 Amie McDougal Cala E. McEachron Ed and Beverly Reiker McElroy ’62 & ’62 Ted and Heather McElroy Connor McGee ’18 Anna McGeehan ’18 William and Barbara McGhee Louise and Kieran McGill Sandi McCoy McGill ’97 Janet McGinnis Matthew and Michelle McGonegal ’84 Philip and Carol McGonegal Charles McGraw ’86 Katherine McGraw ’18 Debby McGury ’71 Brian and Rosamarie McHugh Gerel McIntosh Jim and Maureen McCarthy Mcintosh ’97 The McIntyre Family Alana McJimpsey Bill McKenzie ’71 Kathryn McKenzie ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McKimmy Ann McLaughlin ’81 Shearron and Alex McLean James McLellan ’77 Sarah McLellan ’03 Mrs. Leona McLoughlin Claire McMonagle ’18 William and Christine McMullan Tom and Kay McMurry Alan and Jane McNabb Cindy McNamara Mary and Patrick McNulty Laura Phillips McPhail ’97 Sam McQuaid ’68 Catherine Schroer McVey ’62 Kathleen (Kathi) Steed Meader ’68, in memory of Gary Meader Keith and Leah Melton Alberto Mendez Lourdes Menendez Joan Gunning Merkle Robert and Patricia Wall Merry ’85 Laurenthia Mesh ’65 Todd and LeyAnna Messick George and Lynn Messner II ’66 Adrienne and Gerald Meyer Catherine Michela Sonya W. Middleton Carey Mignerey ’00 Rebecca Setili Millard ’68 Mike and Ashley Trottier Millard ’96 & ’96 Thomas and Lauren Millard ’98 Ashley and Savannah Miller ’09 Ms. Hailey M. Miller ’20 Mrs. Jane Miller

Stephen and Stephanie Miller John and Kristin Miller-Tucker Jacob Mills ’97 Mark and Connie Mills Charles and Macaria Mitchell DeMarcus and Felicia Mitchell Charlie and Michele Murphy Mitchell ’62 Megan Mittelhammer ’18 Paul and Madeline Mittelhammer Daniel Mohr ’18 Richard Vincent Molesky ’77 Elizabeth Wible Molloy ’61 Lawrence and Deborah Molnar Benjamin and Cheri Montello ’93 Mark and Kristie Montello ’88 Michael Moore ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Moore Mrs. Milagros Benitez and Mr. Juan Morales Kevin and Kathryn Fletcher Moran ’94, in honor of Julia Fletcher Bernie and Lark Morgan Morgan Stanley Steve Morgan ’69 Bill Mosley ’65 Mary Mount John Mowiser ’90 Kevin and Gloria Mueller James and Dena Muller Elena Mulligan ’18 Maria Munger Jim Mungovan and Bonnie Stenson Mr. and Mrs. Juan Alejandro Munoz ’83 Carolyn Murphy Sherry Murphy Elena Mowiser Murphy ’84 Kathryn Renee Murphy ’75 Kyle Murphy ’18 Susan Murphy ’88 Matthew J. Musey ’18 Paul Myers ’64 Charles and Valerie Myles Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nair The Nall Family Juliana Nark ’18 Daniel and Tracy Yeates Navarro ’90 David Neeck

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DID YOU KNOW St. Pius X was staffed by four different religious orders of women (Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, and the Religious Sisters of Mercy) at its inception, but over the years, other orders such as Ursulines, Benedictines, Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa and the Sisters of Charity of Mt. St. Vincent have also taught at the school. Presently, there are no religious orders represented at the school.


Andrew and Jessica Garrison Nelson ’96 & ’97 Bruce and Uta Nelson Douglas and Farah Nelson Katherine O’Neil Nelson ’73 Nevetral Family, in honor of Steve Spellman New York Life The Newfield Family Duc (Duke) and Lam Nguyen Mr. and Mrs. Giang Nguyen Julie Nguyen ’18 Strong and Hong Nguyen Mr. Vu Nguyen and Mrs. Suong Pham Norma Wrigley Nicholson ’60 Judith Nicks ’66 Quincy B. Nieporte ’13 John and Sally Bradshaw Nimmo ’81 & ’81 Brian Noblitt ’92 Joseph Nordmark Bill and Katherine North Elaine Gussman Northern ’65 Mr. Benjamin C. Norton Brett and Carol Norton Vivea Nowak Daniel Noyd ’98 Jim and Gina Granato O’Brien ’85 & ’86 Ivan and Rosemary Ocampo David and Kathleen O’Connell Mr. and Mrs. John O’Connor, in memory of Thomas McHugh Lisa Martin O’Connor John and Jacqueline O’Donnell Leann Petit O’Donnell ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. O’Hara Patrick and Tracy O’Leary Jason and Julie Oliver Alex and Sandra Oliveri Ms. Alexandra I. Oliveri John Olson III ’73 James O’Neal ’75 Mr. Frank O’Neill and Ms. Noreen Carew Kelly Hoag O’Neill ’03 John and Nancy O’Reilly Ken and Elaine O’Reilly Robert and Darlene Osborn Brian and Beverly O’Shea ’77 Conor and Adrienne O’Sullivan James and Theresa Otto

Sarah C. Ouderkirk ’12 Melissa Dolgetta Owens ’99 Judy Myers Owings ’63 Chad Paetznick Mrs. Melissa A. Page Chris and Carol Pajer Mr. Ron Pajer Meghan Lammers Palmer ’06 Mary Margaret Hotard Pappas ’61 Fred and Ali Papuga John L. Parks lll ’88 Aaron and Katie Perez Parr ’06 & ’07 Melanie Patak ’98 Patricia Brennan Patmore ’82 Richard and Janet Patrick Tracy Shiver Patrick ’01 Leslie Wiggins Padro ’98 Minnie T. Patton Maria Davis Matthews Pauken ’61 Patti and Jim Paulino Mr. and Mrs. Jim Paull Raymond and Teresa Wilkinson Pawlik ’62 Tim and Meg Peaden Dena Peck Neal Peduzzi Lee Peeler ’66 Steve and Patrice Pendergast Mary Jane Peppel Nancy N. Perk John Perk ’04 Paul and Rosemary Pescitelli Kevin and Nora Petersen Charlie and Molly Petry John and Susan Berthelsen Pettit ’75 Rachelle Esser Petusky ’04 Pete and Lawrie Peyton Helen Hynes Pharr ’67 Daniel and Alicia Philipp Rob and Sharon Philpott Tony and Lee Piacentino Jill Cannarella Pierce ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Wilds Pierce Nancy Turbidy Pietri ’87 Thomas and Cathy Pitchford Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pitre Barbara McIntyre Pittman ’77 Vanessa Placeres Brenda H. Plishka and Stefann Plishka ’06 William R. Poe ’18 Aldolfo Ponce De Leon ’72 Beth Ponder Philip and Barbara Poole Mr. and Mrs. Brent Pope Renee Freeman Porter ’59*

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Portis Gary and Tia Powell Timothy Powell ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Nenad Pracer John and Stephanie Prevost Milam McGraw Propst ’63 Lucas Provenzano ’18 Jim and Jan Pruckler Muffet Adams Puckett ’63 Andrew and Julia Pudysz Vincent Pusateri ’97 Michael and Jeanne McAllister Queen ’86 Aaron and Machamma Quinichett Brennan Quinn ’18 Kevin and Donna Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Rafferty Jennifer Raggi Doug and Dawn Rainwater Caroline Rakoski ’18 Margaret Ralston ’16 Beth Robertson Ramatowski Aldo and Janice Ramirez Julio Ramirez ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ramsden Ms. Sandie Ramsden Richard and Denise Fugaro Ramsey ’92 Adrian Ranson and Nichole Crossley-Ranson Jeff Rapp ’82 Alexander Ratzlaff ’18 David and Sara Pheasant Reed ’01 Ansley Reese ’18 Bill and Mary Reese Clay and Susan Reese Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Reeves Tim and Kristin Trzaska Reidy ’04 Roger and Karen Reigner Dale and Catherine Reller Ken and Lynne Repasky Michael and Kimberly Repasky Grant and Helen Murray Reppert ’63 Mrs. Chavigny Revelette Christopher and Carolyn Rey Christine Gould Reynolds ’68 Marion Holley Reynolds Mr. Myles T. Reynolds ’17 Melissa Adams and Phil Rhodes Grant and Catherine Dewitt Rice ’00 Mr. and Ms. Michael C. Richerson Richard and Erin Richmond ’87 Ms. Linda Riley Emile and Joanne Risby and Joseph ’11 Ms. Madison C. Riski Ms. Meredith C. Riski ’13 Natasha Rivera-Lopez ’18 Kim and Basil Rizik Christopher D. Roberts ’13

David and Joni Roberts Greg and Paulette Roberts David and Jan Duffy Roberts ’71 Kimberly Elaine Roberts ’09 Jean-Paul Robichaux Karin Robinson Jim and Evangeline Rodeghiero Andrew and Gail Maloof Rodgers ’66 Dr. Michael Rogers and Mrs. Elizabeth “Beth” Bennett Rogers ’64 Joanie and Bill Rogge Paul and Beverly Rohrabaugh Peter and Peggy Rolfes Ian Rosenberg ’06 Marian Goode Rosenberg ’77 Elizabeth Gulick Ross ’85 Kerry Stolte Ross ’93 Trey and Sally Ann Rossiter Mike and Leisa Rowe Ms. Sandy Rowe Anita Roy Sarah Jean Arnett Ruchalski ’65 John A. Rudolph ’18 Daniel R. Rufolo ’12 Derek J. Rufolo ’15 Joseph Rufolo ’18 Marissa Leigh Rufolo ’10 Dennis and Margo Ruggiero Kristine Rumps ’71 David Sabino ’00 Ted and Kim Sak ’69 Bob and Laura Stockelman Sales ’85 Jimmy and Tricia Salter Anthony and Becky Salvatore ’99 Neil and Bobbie Sampson Madison Sanchez-Torres ’18 Ms. Courtney Sanders Mrs. Carolyn Trammell Sannuti ’02 Doris Coplen Santana Nigel Sapp ’18 Mark and Courtney Sarajian Savannah-Kate Sasser ’18 Don and Jan Sasso Nina DeGolian Savakus ’73, in memory of Doll DeGolian Sullivan Mr. Andy Scantlebury Rebecca A. Schaaf Meghan Schilt Gary Schmitt Sara Geiger Schmitt Alex Patrick Schrage ’10 Gerard Schramm ’75 Christina Schuch-McGraw Mathew and Melanie Schuh Ms. Judy Schultz Mark and Georgia Schultz Elizabeth and John Schupp Anne Payne Schutte ’86 Christine Auer Schwartz ’90 Lauren Spratte Schwartz ’09

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Jay and Elizabeth Schwarze Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scott John and Toni Scott Alan and Gin Shaw Steve and Natalie Shaw Stephen and Erin Shea Conor Sheehan ’18 Jim and Karen Sheehan Kristopher Shepherd ’18 Mike and Esther Sherberger John and Tisha Sheridan Andrea Kathleen Sherlag ’09 Ms. Reagan Sherrill-Mestre ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shikany ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shipley ’69 Shannon Wilson Shipley ’87 The Shiptenko Family Mr. Marty Siebert Charlene Cherry Siewert ’64 Hannah Sik ’18 Darrell and Susan Beyer Sik ’81 Steve and Julie Bell Siler ’95 Edye Simpson Erica Henry Sims Ms. Marilyn Singletary Ann Felicia Sinsuan ’18 Adam Sitzmann ’18 James and Roseann Sketel William Skillas ’82 Mariene Kruse Skinner Vincent and Jeanne Slagel Debbie Skene Father Bryan Small ’92 Katherine Harney Smith ’68 Tim and Kelly McGonegal Smith ’82 Kenneth and Elizabeth Smith Mary Mattews Smith ’60 Matthew R. Smith ’12 Lindsay Smoak ’18 Patricia P. Smoak Austin Speight Snell ’97 Mr. and Mrs. Kyle M. Snipes Maria Garcia-Solsrud and Gregory Solsrud Kevin Soskin ’97 Southstar Energy Services LLC

Robin Nickerson Sowders ’97 Jessica Darga Sowers ’97 Randy and Paula Spak Mr. and Mrs. James J. Spall Bonnie Spark David and Gigi Spear Bob and Pat Spear Paul Spellissy ’73 Jeffrey and Leslie Spencer Leslie and Susan Spencer Valerie and Peter Speth Marie Field Spies ’91 Sheila Callahan Spikes ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Donald St. Denis Mary Berding Stack ’72 Mrs. Mary Ellen Stalzer and Dr. Richard Stalzer Elizabeth Marie Standard ’10 Paul Garland Standard III ’09 Dr. and Mrs. Paul G. Standard Catherine T. Stanford ’97 Dale and Sandy Stanley Mr. John Starkovich and Dr. Diane Starkovich Chris and M. Christina Berding Stauber ’76 Mark and Beth Steele Ms. Nancy Stent, in honor of Margaret and Terry Stent Jim Stephens ’75 Mark and Patti Stephens ’79 Ansley Stevens ’18 Mrs. Margaret Stevenson Todd C. Stewart William and Charlotte Stobierski Carrie Stockard Mrs. Sandy Stogner Ann R. Stout Ms. Carolann J. Stout ’16 Julie-Ann Stovall

DID YOU KNOW From 1977-1983 the Chapel was used as the school library, complete with bookshelves lining the wall of windows. Once a week, a visiting priest would come to offer Mass in religion classes. Community Masses were said in the stadium or in the space where the St. Pius X statue currently stands. Restoration of the Chapel, under the direction of Msgr. Terry Young, began in 1983 and included the stained glass windows and icon paintings currently featured today.

Julia Maurer Stover ’98 Mr. Greg Straka and Ms. Sheri W. Andino Richard and Karen Strom Dave and Elizabeth Sullivan ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sullivan Matthew and Teresa Sullivan Elisa Graciaa Suri ’08 Mary A. Sutter ’18 Tony and Maryanne Waddell Sutter ’82 Greg and Karen Garcar Swabe ’71 Karen Thompson Swan ’97 Neal and Mary Sweeney Dr. Samuel A. Syme Jr. Elizabeth P. Syribeys Malik and Stephanie Warner Tadros ’90 Mr. and Mrs. O. James Talbott III Amaree Tanawong ’98 Robin and Kim Tanis Jessica Tardy ’18 John and Terry Tardy Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tarnowski The Taube Family Charles Taylor’08 Scott and Sarah Temme John and Marjorie Terlisner Kathleen Jones Testa ’70 Maria Thacker-Goethe ’98 Gregory Tharp and Mary Wagner The Kula Foundation Ellis Thomas Jeff and Mary Grace Thomas John and Elizabeth Thomas J. Chris Thompson ’76 Beth and Rocke Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Loy Thompson Caroline McManus Thrasher ’85 Rad and Doreen Thurston Matthew and Michelle Timmons Joseph M. Todd

Paul J. Todd ’82 Paolo Tolusso ’83 Peter Tooher ’04 and Erin Ramsey-Tooher Dominic Totino ’94 Nicholas Totino ’95 Steve Totino ’98 Teresa Ann Totino ’00 Jim and Denise Traicoff Jayne Train Colleen Trainor Anita Trammell, in honor of Alan Sims Leslie Trammell ’07 Mrs. Robert D. Trammell Jr. Rev.Mr. and Mrs. James A. Tramonte Khanh and Hanh Tran Trish Trane ’18 Mike and Mary-Jane Durst Trapani ’72 Bennett Marie Travers Carson A. Travers Karen and Jerry Travers George and Mary Eberhart Tremmel ’63 Leigh Anne Trivette John and Jennifer Troncale ’94 Augusto Michael Trujillo ’01 Jim and Aimee Trupiano Josie Tummillo ’18 Tummillo Family Millie Turek Turner Broadcasting Systems Kevin and Enid Turner ’80 Tuura Studios, Inc. Jeffrey and Colleen Tyner Benjamin and Patricia Udekigbo Edward and Jane Gennaro Udell Fernando and Ines Umana Arline and Jorge Umpierre Dean and Cathy Hollis Underwood ’90 & ’91


Mark and Jennifer Urban Frank and Suzanne Vaden Michelle Valdez Gabrielle Valsaint ’18 Geremy and Beth Farrell Van Arkel ’86 Sarah Van Duser ’18 Philip and Sara Van Hull Quentin and Kathy Van Meter Mark Van Zant ’95 H Robert and Sharon Vance Clare Sweeney VanMeter ’08 Kathleen Murphy Varda ’98 Ms. Sally T. Varner Philip Varona ’96 Patrick and Donna Varriano Mary Vaughn ’05 Betsey Shook Venitt ’69 Vic and Isla Ver Meulen Lilly Viau ’18 Eugenie Viener ’04 Carmen Macias Villafane ’82 Gelsa and Gelsomina Villavicencio Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Villella Tami Lau Vinson ’98 Bill and Pauline Voorhies Michael and Lena Vrazel Mr. and Mrs. Rich Wagener Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wagner Rick Wagner ’68 Jeffrey and Corrin Wagnon Bill and Elaine Di Cristina Waidelich ’62 & ’63 Trudi Martin Walend ’61 Nicholas Walker ’18 Judy Marshburn Wall ’63

Gavin Wallace ’18 Kathleen Hamilton Waller ’61 Janis Haddad Walsh ’67 Gray and Terry Walts Fran Oeltmann Ward ’63 Patricia Ollinger Weiler ’84 Pat and Denise Najour Warner ’69 Zachary Washburn ’18 Ms. Andre Washington-Smith Mrs. Pamela Watson Catherine Gagliardy Weaver Robyn Oliver Webb ’88 Sandra Stockdale Weber ’63 ✝ Wayne and Mary F. Weeks Mark and Carrie Boggs Wegener ’80 Emory Wegener ’18 Mr. Edward Weick Jr. Scott and Andrea Ruffin Weir ’79 Liticia Weissinger Brooke Wells ’97 Michael and Shannon Wentzler Anna Marston Werchadlo ’97 The Werner Family Jack and Kathy Werner Ms. Katharine G. Werner Stacie Reed Wesley ’91 Thomas Westenberger ’18 Charles Westmoreland and Nancy Sumner Patrick Whalen ’85 Frank and Paige Whitaker Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitcomb Harold and Angelique deGolian White ’66 Gena Mitchell White ’77

Jerry White ’76 Dennis Wigbels ’64 Meggan and Ron Wilcauskas Craig and Claire Farnsworth Wildman ’01 Thomas and Tracey Wiley Mr. and Ms. Erik Wilkinson Amy Foster Williams ’85 Lt. Col. Emanuel L. Williams U.S.A. RET Glen and Lisa Williams Mr. and Mrs. John Williams Kierra Williams ’18 John and Marilyn Williams Mark and Jill Williams Olive Williams Mitzi Joi Williams-Brown ’96 Ms. Lily Williamson ’12 Barbara Willis Kennedy R. Willis ’18 Anita Gegan Willoughby ’60, in honor of Father Jim Harrison Anne McGill Wilson ’87 Jeff and Donna Wilson Parker and Mary Pat Conboy Wilson ’82 & ’83 Patricia Wilson Shaunda K. Wilson ’79 Annalena Giarrusso Winer ’90 Matthew Wineski Emily Smith Wingfield ’97 Patricia Principe Winkeljohn ’83 Mr. and Mrs. James Winkler Thomas and Robin Winningham Rick and Judy Maloof Winstel ’74, in honor of Frank M. Maloof Jr.

Mr. Seth Wiredu and Mrs. Regina Koranteng Stephan and Samantha Wiseman Gregory Wojcik ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wojcik Kelli Wolfman Michael Wolfman ’18 Christopher Wood ’97 Wood Family Steve and Elena Garcia-Carreras Woodrough ’89 Workday, Inc. Alex and Loreen Wright Alison Bruckert Wright ’01 Ashley Green Wright Mr. and Mrs. Christopher K. Wright Desiree Wroe Gordy M. Wyatt ’02 Robert Yankovich John and Veda Yohe Justin York ’18 Peter and Cristina Garcia-Carreras Zakis ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Zamora Mr. Richard A. Zimmerman and Ms. Corina Y. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Zunun Marianne Bodor Zurow ’66 Lawrence Zyla

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grandparent giving We recognize the following grandparents of St. Pius X students and/or alumni who have generously given to the Annual Fund this year. Our gratitude goes to the 268 grandparents who supported St. Pius X and its students with their gifts. Karin Akers Hayley E. Akers ’17 Griffin M. Akers ’20 Richard and Betty Allen Franklin Callaway ’18 Matthew E. Callaway ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson Kathleen Gormley ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Anderson Andrew S. Hopkins ’16 Caroline D. Hopkins ’20 Mrs. Barbara Anest Olivia M. Dechant ’17 Grace L. Dechant ’20 Landon R. O’Sullivan ’20

Bennett Flattmann Arbour ’60 Frank R. Martin ’13 Ann Martin ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Balfour Santana M. Williams ’20 Dianne Ballew Noah D. Ballew ’20 Michael and Mary Ann Barry Sr. Abby B. Petersen ’17 Will Petersen ’18 Russ and Betty Beason Ryan R. Beason ’19

Frank and Mary Jane Bentz ’59* Joseph G. Bentz ’14 Neal and Catherine Bigelow Ethan T. Ertler ’20 Bill and Philomena Bollinger Graham A. Hodges ’21 Mrs. Doris A. Bova Abigail E. Banks ’14 Gabriel T. Banks ’16 Nathan Banks ’18 Joseph D. Banks ’20 Bob and Pat Branford* Robert E. Branford ’19

Celeste Bridges Margaret A. Bridges ’21 Jeanie Brieske* Georgia R. Brieske ’19 Drs. William and Prima Briones William M. Briones ’19 Mike and Mary Jane Brown Michael E. Brown ’16 Davis Brown ’19 Alan and Nancy Bruce Erin E. Bruce ’15 Anna Bruce ’19

* These grandparents of current St. Pius X students are also parents of St. Pius X graduates.


June Buechner* Eric M. Kelly ’98 Nick Kelly ’99 Lauren Buechner ’01 Sarah Kerr ’01 Meghan Hurst ’04 Lisette Wannemacher ’06 Rebecca DuPree ’06 Jessica Gordon ’07 Emily Holmes ’08 Ryan M. Holmes ’12 Adalie E. Buechner ’13 Mercer C. Buechner ’17 John and Carol Buyarski Emma Buyarski ’18 Jerry and Andrea Carbonara* Joseph A. Carbonara ’16 Michael A. Carbonara ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Carney Ryan P. Carney ’19 Judy Jenkins Chadwick ’63* Lucy Graham ’18 Miah C. Schultz ’19 Lawson C. Schultz ’20 Russ and Maria Chandler William M. Broxterman ’20 Sophia M. Broxterman ’21 Edward and Lucia Chian Natalie L. Gresham ’20 Nicole E. Gresham ’20 Sam and Yvonne Christopher Ava W. Massey ’20 Jack C. Massey ’20 Harvey and Sharon Cohen Abigail E. Cohen ’19 Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Cohenour John L. Scarborough ’19 Ed and Regina Conway Miah C. Schultz ’19 Lawson C. Schultz ’20 William and Patricia Cooper Michael H. Cooper ’21 Terrence and Merry Croft Joseph P. Regas ’17 Mary I. Regas ’19 Maureen David William David ’18 Margaret C. David ’21 Harry and Emilie Davis Michael E. Brown ’16 Davis Brown ’19

Mr. and Mrs. C.M. DeWitt Jr. Charles M. DeWitt ’20 Cassie Dillon Dillon J. Sedlack ’21 Susan L. Dogens Elizabeth Patton ’18 Ken and Una Dooley* Georgeanne G. Dooley ’21 John and Coty Dowling John H. Harrison ’21 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ertler Ethan T. Ertler ’20 Rita Everett Matthew Bielak ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fahy III John T. Fahy ’19 Mr. and Mrs. Art Finch Ellie C. Finch ’21 Cheryl Fletcher* Ridley P. Moran ’21 John and Margie Forrester Caroline O. Hall ’19 Gregory J. Franke Francesca A. Walker ’20 Mrs. Sarah Ann Freant Matthew R. Smith ’12 Claire G. Smith ’14 Sarah K. Smith ’20 Jim and Cathy Fredericks Mary K. Fredericks ’20 Mrs. Marge Galivan Anna M. Jones ’16 Katherine H. Jones ’20 Gil and Joyce Girtz Philip J. Van Hull ’20 Jim and Jeanice Glennon Katherine M. Glennon ’19 Joseph and Jean Gothie Abigail A. Ingham ’17 Audrey Ingham ’19 Shirley Graham Elizabeth G. Karalexis ’19 Dennis and Dana Greiner Helen L. Cherry ’19

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Halbig Mary Jacinta M. Halbig ’12 Zachary D. Halbig ’14 Matthew Halbig ’18 Sarah F. Halbig ’21 Gary H. Harvey Jr. Hannah C. Harvey ’15 Jude Harvey ’19 Joseph and Magali Haser Alba L. Sanders ’20 Dr. and Mrs. Fred Heath Catherine B. Case ’19 Jerry and Judy Hedges Evan P. Hedges ’21 Jack and Sue Helbling Sarah J. Mount ’14 Elizabeth G. Mount ’16 Mary Mount ’18 Grace A. Mount ’21 Wallace and Mona Horn Catherine Corwin ’15 Alessio C. Raggi ’20 Mrs. Alice Horney Padraig G. Gannon ’20 Rob and Peggy Horrell Caroline S. Hollensbe ’20 Elizabeth H. Hollensbe ’20 Katherine C. Hollensbe ’20 Peter D. Hollensbe ’20 Barbara Hughes Samuel A. Marotta ’20 Bill and Donna Hungeling* Clare E. Hungeling ’19 Ella C. Hungeling ’19 Dr. and Mrs. Philip Jardina* Ellie Morrison ’10 Emily A. Morrison ’13 Margaret A. Jardina ’14 Soot M. Jew Cameron Wagener ’17 Benjamin F. Johnson III Colby M. Johnson ’20 Johnnie Johnson Colby M. Johnson ’20 Alton and Beth Jones Anna M. Jones ’16 Katherine H. Jones ’20 Carol and Tony Joyce* Carolann J. Stout ’16 Anthony Stout ’19

John and Marceil Joyner Tucker J. Bush ’20 Lawrence D. and Judith M. Kavanagh Kathryn R. Kavanagh ’19 Judith Kelner Sean W. Klappenbach ’20 Liz Kirschner Ryan M. Kirschner ’21 Phil and Peggy Knipper* Andrew Carson ’15 Benjamin P. Carson ’17

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DID YOU KNOW St. Pius X has had a band program in one form or another since 1960. In 1966, Donald Wells started the marching band with 17 members. Today, marching band is an elective course with over 30 members. The group competes and performs at a number of games and tournaments.

Carol Kofsky Marc E. Weick ’20 Burt and Susan Kolker Helen Kolker ’19 Richard and Judith Kosek Kendall N. Kosek ’16 Nicholas Kosek ’19 Courtney M. Kosek ’21 Angie Kringel Laura A. Claxton ’21 Robert and Susan Krug Ryan P. Carney ’19 Tom and Karen Lacey Klara E. Willner ’19 Mr. and Mrs. Les Lampe* Michael D. Caragher ’14 Nicholas A. Caragher ’17 Isabella F. Casanova ’20 John and Carole Laughter John E. Laughter ’16 William Laughter ’18 Joe and Leigh Lentine Marley M. Lentine-Brown ’19 Sophia E. Lentine-Brown ’21 Harry and Dianne Lockwood Joseph P. Regas ’17 Mary I. Regas ’19 Mrs. Dolores M. Maloof* Robert W. Grunow ’14 Sarah M. Grunow ’15 Luke A. Winstel ’19

Robert and Angela Martin Frank R. Martin ’13 Ann Martin ’18 Josephine Massey Eden M. Massey ’21 John and Marianne McBrearty Bridget T. Wild ’20 Claire M. Wild ’20 William and Marilyn McBride* Joshua T. Beck ’14 Timothy J. Beck ’17 Caroline L. Sims ’21 Ed and Beverly Reiker McElroy ’62 & ’62* Gavin J. McElroy ’19 Anna L. McElroy ’21 Williams and Barbara McGhee Brianna V. Harris ’20 Janet McGinnis Stark D. Harbour ’09 Harrison C. Harbour ’11 Robert Harbour ’18 Philip and Carol McGonegal* Ben T. Smith ’10 Jackson R. Smith ’12 Sarah McGonegal ’18 Mrs. Leona McLoughlin John C. Reigner ’12 Joseph G. Reigner ’16 Anna Reigner ’19

Adrienne and Gerald Meyer Rachael N. Meyer ’15 George A. Meyer ’16 Kathryn G. Meyer ’20 Richard and Katherine Meyer Jonathan R. Imhoff ’21 Catherine Michela John L. Pignetti ’20 Charles and Macaria Mitchell Matthew D. Mitchell ’19 Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Moore Alec M. House ’15 Davis House ’18 Loren House ’19 Bengt and Evy Nilsson Isabela M. Nilsson Hidalgo ’21 William and Carolyn O’Neil Christoph O. Postero ’20 Ken and Elaine O’Reilly Kenneth P. O’Reilly ’02 Patrick O’Reilly ’05 John O’Reilly ’08 Mary Elizabeth O’Reilly ’18 Mr. Ron Pajer Jacob C. Pajer ’20 Richard and Janet Patrick Ian P. O’Hara ’21 Minnie T. Patton Elizabeth M. Patton ’17 Jack W. Patton ’21

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Paull Simon E. Richmond ’19 Mary Jane Peppel Michaela J. Adams ’20 Wilds and Belle Pierce William P. Stovall ’21 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pitre Chase B. MacArthur ’17 Brennen E. MacArthur ’21 Luis and Abrenda Planas Ryan C. Planas ’19 Mrs. Sybil Ralston Margaret O. Ralston ’16 Gwyneth Ralston ’19 Bob and Kelly Ramsden Samuel K. Peterson ’21 Sandie Ramsden Samuel K. Peterson ’21 Mrs. Pat Reiley* Liam P. Regan ’17 Dorrian Regan ’18 Dale and Catherine Reller Thomas A. Serrano ’20 Mrs. Chavigny Revelette Tyler Q. Gaffney ’19 Richard and Delia Reynolds Mary B. Reynolds ’21 Richard J. Reynolds ’21


Linda Riley Margaret A. Bridges ’21 Gene and Brigitte Robinson Eden J. Robinson ’15 Nicolas C. Robinson ’20 Paul and Beverly Rohrabaugh Collin W. Reese ’16 Ansley Reese ’18 Ms. Sandy Rowe Charles A. Rowe ’19 Doris Coplen Santana Alexandra King ’05 Taylor King ’07 Elizabeth King ’10 Richard and Helen Schneider* McKenzie E. Miller ’19 Judy Schultz Jason T. Warner ’21 Jack and Raili Scott Isabella C. Franco ’21 Patricia D. Sedlack* Dillon J. Sedlack ’21 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Sexton Emma P. McCurdy ’16 Finn McCurdy ’18 John and Barb Shannon Rylee K. Shannon ’20 Tom and Dianne Sherrill Reagan Sherrill-Mestre ’18

Mr. Marty Siebert Zachary O. Siebert ’19 Marilyn Singletary Olivia P. Reeves ’21 Mary Mattews Smith ’60 Andrew S. Wiseman ’21 Sidney and Leslie Smith Lauren R. Winningham ’21 Glenn and Ardath Solsrud Kassandra M. Solsrud ’13 Winston Solsrud ’18 Tatiana C. Solsrud ’20 Mrs. Jill Soulen Katherine M. Moss ’12 Sara A. Gilbert ’15 Jill Gilbert ’18 Bob and Pat Spear Kathleen B. Trainor ’17 Claire N. Trainor ’20 Mrs. Mary Ellen Stalzer and Dr. Richard Stalzer Sofia Gonzalo ’16 Brian B. Gonzalo ’19 Matthew C. Gonzalo ’19 Dr. and Mrs. Paul G. Standard* Paul G. Standard ’09 Elizabeth Reynolds ’10 Paul L. Rosborough ’12 Mary K. Standard ’12 Mrs. Margaret Stevenson* Jennifer L. Dawson ’03

Ann R. Stout* Carolann J. Stout ’16 Anthony Stout ’19 John and Betty Strange Caroline S. Bollinger ’16 Jim and Jean Sullivan Rose Brewster ’18 Agnes O. Brewster ’20 Richard J. Brewster ’21 Dr. Samuel A. Syme Jr. Margaret E. Kenna ’19 Mr. and Mrs. O. James Talbott III Patrick T. Kremer ’19 Katherine O. Kremer ’21 John and Terry Tardy Jessica Tardy ’18 Justin A. Tardy ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tarnowski Brittany A. Tarnowski ’15 Joseph M. Tarnowski ’20 Beth and Rocke Thompson Catherine Breault ‘21 Loy and Lynne Thompson Sarah K. Thompson ’19 Colleen Trainor* Lucy B. Williams ’19 Nicolas F. Bartholomai ’19 Anita Trammell Leslie Trammell ’07 Caroline L. Sims ’21

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vance Matthew J. Sullivan ’20 Vic and Isla Ver Meulen Will Ver Meulen ’17 Travis L. Ver Meulen ’18 Casey L. Ver Meulen ’21 Gelsa and Gelsomina Villavicencio Dillon M. Wroe ’20 Wayne Wagner Emma K. Tharp ’19 Dale and Margaret Warner Jason T. Warner ’21 Mr. Edward Weick Jr. Marc E. Weick ’20 Charles Westmoreland and Nancy Sumner Kathryn R. Kavanagh ’19 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitcomb Taylor Whitcomb ’17 Grace Whitcomb ’18 Lt. Col. Emanuel L. Williams U.S.A. RET Joseph C. Williams ’20 John and Maura Williams Carter A. Williams ’21 Tom and Susan Ireland Wojcik Robert G. Jobson ’18 Theodore J. Jobson ’21 Lawrence Zyla Peter N. Zyla ’14 John L. Zyla ’20

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faculty annual fund

giving

The dedicated service and generosity of the St. Pius X faculty, staff, and administration reaches well beyond the classroom. This year, 98 percent of the faculty, staff, and administration contributed to the Annual Fund. Michael Abbott ’08 Matthew Anderson Killebrew Bailey Jessica Barclay Lutricia Barnett Brigid K. Bartholomai ’83 Chad Barwick Melissa A. Beam ’88 Michele Berrell Abby Bettencourt Mary E. Beyer ’82 Cary E. Blackburn ’85 Rachel Braham ’86 Corinna Brannon Karoline Brennan ’82

Laura Briscoe Trey Broussard ’01 Ann Marie Burnett Christi A. Caragher ’84 Morgan T. Carney ’08 Jon Carreker Scott Carter Mary S. Chamberlin Jan Collier Philip Cook Cecelia Corso ’83 Ashley M. Curlette ’02 Lindsay H. Dent Melanie Devlin Jason Eaglen

Brenda K. Eiland Emabeth Espinosa Lindsey Farrell John Favier Debra S. Ferrell ’68 Dorothy Fischer Constance M. Fish Daniel Foley ’06 John Frederick Marsha Free Patricia Fries ’63 M Patricia Gallimore Jose Garcia-Castenada Chad Garrison Jennifer Gibbs


James T. Gilbert Robert Gilbert Melissa Ginther Kathy Greene Jim Greenlee John B. Griffith Deborah Guilbeau Liliana Hagiopol Liberty Hall Denise Hatter Loren P. Hauck Charles W. Hicks Sean Hiland Jay Hoxie Chris Jespersen Theresa Johnson Mary V. Jones Deanna K. Jones-Puig ’01 Courtney Kane ’04 Jenniffer Kapp ’94 Mark Kelly ’70 Brion Kennedy Maria Kepler Sally King

Kristin Kramer ’98 Ian LaBreck Matthew Lammers ’74 Andrew Lauer Jeffrey Lozano Mary Pat Martin ’86 Melinda A. Martin Ryan McClay Amie McDougal Louise McGill Gerel McIntosh Alana McJimpsey Mary McNulty Alberto Mendez LeyAnna Messick Alyson H. Metzler Lisa O’Connor Donna Owens Chad Paetznick Melissa A. Page Aaron A. Parr ’06 Dena Peck Neal Peduzzi Vanessa Placeres

Jennifer Polzin Nenad Pracer Andrew Pudysz Kim Rizik Marian G. Rosenberg ’77 Elizabeth Ross ’85 Anita Roy Dennis Ruggiero Gary Schmitt Sara Schmitt Elizabeth Schupp Michael Scirocco Jenn Sedlack Donald T. Sherwood Terry Sides Edye Simpson Debbie Skene Kyle M. Snipes Jessica A. Sowers ’97 Bonnie Spark Mary Martha Spear Steve W. Spellman P. G. Standard ’09 Paul Standard ’80

Todd C. Stewart Katie Stilson ’00 Carrie Stockard Sandy Stogner Tim Stultz Robin Tanis Ellis Thomas Karen Travers Millie Turek Gary Turner Marylyn Tuura Jane Udell Arline E. Umpierre Donna Varriano Douglas Wagner Michael Wentzler Daniel A. White Meggan A. Wilcauskas Amy Williams ’85 Matthew Wineski Alison M. Wright ’01 Ashley N. Wright

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alumni

giving

Reflecting a continued commitment to supporting the financial needs of the school, 846 graduates participated in the 2017-2018 Annual Fund. The amount contributed by alumni was $204,640. We are grateful to all of our alumni for their continued support of St. Pius X. CLASS OF ’59 Total Support: $1,975 Participation: 9% Joe S. Baumgartner Mary Jane Bentz Catherine F. Duyos Linda L. Holman Martha Jeffords Renee F. Porter CLASS OF ’60 Total Support: $1,005 Participation: 12% Pete Anderson Bennett Arbour Doris A. Bucher Patricia Carmody Mary Culwell Terence Earley Mary Heaney Kathie Lunsford Betty L. Martin Norma Nicholson Mary Smith Anita Willoughby CLASS OF ’61 Total Support: $2,920 Participation: 10% Marian Adamson Paul Beavin Dennis L. Brennan Sandra K. Eaton-Heter Eileen F. Harris Kay Hynes Elizabeth A. Molloy

Samuel Najjar Mary Pappas Maria Pauken Trudi Walend Kathleen Waller CLASS OF ’62 Total Support: $3,185 Participation: 7% Jerry J. Colley Edward Gasperini Ed McElroy Beverly McElroy Catherine McVey Michele Mitchell Teresa Pawlik William M. Poole Barbara Poole Mariene Skinner Bill Waidelich CLASS OF ’63 Total Support: $5,550 Participation: 13% Tom Almon Richard Armitage Rosanne Bowen Judy Chadwick Drew Davidson Patricia Fries J.M.M. Harrison Rosemary Hines Tom C. Lawrence Jack Millkey Judy Owings Milam M. Propst

Muffet Puckett Helen B. Reppert Kathy Scott Mary Tremmel Elaine Waidelich Judy M. Wall Fran Ward Sandra S. Weber CLASS OF ’64 Total Support: $4,725 Participation: 7% Jane Beak Thomas Brannan John F. Euart Susan Euart Frank Hurd Mike Moore Paul Myers Elizabeth B. Rogers Susan A. Seaver Charlene Siewert Dennis Wigbels CLASS OF ’65 Total Support: $4,075 Participation: 8% Bill Abraham Greg Beckham Robert Cowhig John M. Donahue Ellen Dukes Cathy Gasperini Jim E. Haddad Bruce A. MacDowall Laurenthia Mesh

Bill Mosley Elaine G. Northern Jean A. Ruchalski CLASS OF ’66 Total Support: $4,465 Participation: 8% Molly Ackerman Virginia Alexander Kathy Argenbright Susan S. Coletti Sharon Germano Diane B. LaBudde George Messner Judith A. Nicks Lee Peeler Gail M. Rodgers Michael Shikany Angelique White Mikki Zurow CLASS OF ’67 Total Support: $2,525 Participation: 7% Jon Atchley Lex Beal Nancy Cassidy Tito B. Kalb Steve Kramer Tim E. Mallon Helen Pharr Janis Walsh Karen C. Wibell Greg Wojcik


CLASS OF ’68 Total Support: $2,640 Participation: 13% Karl Barnes David Beavin Robert Besal Gerry Bohn Jack Cammack Mike Cassidy Julie Dangel William D. deGolian Tom Eidson Debra S. Ferrell Susan Fowler Mark Kennedy Sue Kranyecz Dolores Lauderdale Ceci McAuliffe Sam McQuaid Becky Millard Leann O’Donnell Christine G. Reynolds Kathy Smith Rick J. Wagner CLASS OF ’69 Total Support: $6,650 Participation: 8% Mary A. Allcott John N. Bliss Kathleen Conwell Kevin W. Dawson Woody Euart Richard Farnsworth Claude Hartridge Sally Kramer Steve Morgan Richard O’Brien Joseph W. Odom Ted Sak Hugh Shipley Betsey Venitt Denise Warner CLASS OF ’70 Total Support: $8,800 Participation: 6% Jo M. Cammack Linda Conrads Janice Dawson Meg Frederick Kerry Frederick Linda L. Hedges Mark Kelly Katherine O’Brien Kim Reichling Maureen Spellman Kathy M. Testa CLASS OF ’71 Total Support: $1,770 Participation: 7% Alfred F. Gentle Jack Harney Janet Jones Steve R. Lane Marta Lane

Debby McGury Bill McKenzie Julio A. Ramirez Kathleen Reichling Jan Roberts Kristine Rumps Bill Stogner Karen Swabe CLASS OF ’72 Total Support: $3,850 Participation: 5% Steve Asip Steve M. Dlugos Mark Hoban William B. Laube Anita Newcomb Nancy Pendergast Adolfo Ponce de Leon Mary M. Stack Mary-Jane Trapani CLASS OF ’73 Total Support: $2,996 Participation: 8% David L. Buechner Emily Cooper Mary A. Green Mark A. Grogan Elizabeth Harney Tom Janas Sue A. Kenney Steve Koporec Jeff Lane Sherry Lundeen Katherine K. Nelson John Olson Nina D. Savakus Paul Spellissy CLASS OF ’74 Total Support: $8,828 Participation: 10% Michael Abel Kathryn Ballentine Angele Barrow Joe Berry Nick Castricone Muff DeCelles Mike J. Fannon Lynn Foley Therese Green Carla Iacona Linda N. Kelly Bill Kelly Rob Kraus Molly Lane James D. Maguire James A. May Judy Winstel

CLASS OF ’75 Total Support: $950 Participation: 4% Nancy R. Butler Karyn Dolan Jeanne Kraus Gary Leiner Kathryn R. Murphy James E. O’Neal Susan Pettit Gerard Schramm James M. Stephens CLASS OF ’76 Total Support: $7,618 Participation: 12% Susan Devine Nancy A. Devlin Laurie Dieterle Mike Dolan Deborah Eshelman Karen Hoban Jan Holland Dennis W. Kelly Rita Maloof Michael Manning Linda G. Manning Steve Martin William L. May Cindy McNamara Kevin Melvin Jim Murray Teresa M. Ryan Mary Pat Schaaf M. Christina Stauber Chris Thompson Jerry A. White

Theodore B. Eichelberger Jay Flowers Peggy Kopp Timothy T. Markham Kelly McKenzie Lisa McKenzie Jim McLellan Richard V. Molesky Brian O’Shea Santiago Perez Barbara M. Pittman Marian G. Rosenberg Chris Sertich Gena White CLASS OF ’78 Total Support: $4,875 Participation: 2% Colleen R. Caldwell Phil Pompilio Carter L. Stout CLASS OF ’79 Total Support: $9,723 Participation: 6% Connie F. Cronin Timothy K. Dunn James A. Goda Mike A. Goode Vivian C. Heard Michael A. Mohr Mary A. Rubright Henry Smith Mary A. Smith Mark F. Stephens Andrea R. Weir Shaunda K. Wilson

CLASS OF ’77 Total Support: $16,485 Participation: 12% Cindy Andreu John D. Bittner Liz Brown Patty Childs Anne Marie Ciprari-Hooper Camilla Comerford Joseph G. Conboy Ann Currie Mary C. Davis Carol W. Diamantis Kevin Dolan

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CLASS OF ’80 Total Support: $21,475 Participation: 9% Richard J. Arroll John Asip Katy H. Asip Matthew J. Beyer Mary N. Brunner Ed Dudley Steve A. Hogan Mark Homrich Lori A. Lummus Dexter Lummus Juliet Melvin Joanie Raines Greg Raines Paul Standard David B. Sullivan Kevin Turner Carolyn Wegener CLASS OF ’81 Total Support: $4,332 Participation: 7% Sharon F. Adams Keith J. Carter Kathy Cashin Emma Clausen

John F. DeSantis Paula J. Fodor-Norris Laura Jeffcoat Mark W. Long Robert Manarin Ann P. McLaughlin John P. Nimmo Sally Nimmo Susan Sik Ralph L. Williams CLASS OF ’82 Total Support: $8,850 Participation: 14% Mary E. Beyer Karoline Brennan James T. Brieske Anne R. Craig Paula M. Fannon Lisa J. Frooman Stephanie A. Froug Elizabeth Heller Robert J. Jameson Robert J. Kelly Patrick Kingery Catherine A. Lavallee Terri L. Lewis John Marlar

James W. Martin Judy McClure Patty Patmore Jeff Rapp Bill Skillas Kelly M. Smith Sheila Spikes Mary Anne Sutter Paul J. Todd Carmen M. Villafane Parker B. Wilson Jennifer Wootten CLASS OF ’83 Total Support: $4,360 Participation: 9% Patricia C. Andino Brigid K. Bartholomai Frances M. Buis David V. Caragher Jackie Carriker Cecelia Corso August S. Green Maureen Hardin Roy K. Hendee Jon Kerner Erina Lambeth Antonio Lentini

Sally P. Lewis Jeannie Malinsky Dana P. May Juan A. Munoz Paolo G. Tolusso Mary P. Wilson Patricia P. Winkeljohn CLASS OF ’84 Total Support: $3,910 Participation: 4% Ana I. Anton Christi A. Caragher Christy G. Frank Cheryl E. Hawkins Matthew T. McGonegal Elena Murphy Tricia Ward Patrick Warner CLASS OF ’85 Total Support: $12,452 Participation: 11% Lisa A. Beck Michael F. Berretta Cary E. Blackburn Betsy Buechner Jeffrey M. Carbonara Kristi L. Carson Louise F. Coniglio William J. Egan Marie-Therese M. Garrett Christoph Gerdes Matt Jardina Julia Jones Francis Laba Steve Maloof Valerie Maloof Patricia W. Merry James W. O’Brien Elizabeth Ross Laura Sales Carole P. Spearman Caroline G. Thrasher Patrick Whalen Amy Williams CLASS OF ’86 Total Support: $5,156 Participation: 7% Susana A. Alfonso Rachel Braham Michael Caffrey Andrea L. Catroppa Consuelo B. Ecuyer Kim Garrett Carlos Irastorza


Steve Lenich Mary Pat Martin Charles McGraw Gina M. O’Brien Jeanne M. Queen Jean-Paul Robichaux Anne Schutte Amy Sims Za’vette M. Tatum-Kodzai Beth van Arkel CLASS OF ’87 Total Support: $6,185 Participation: 5% Jennifer C. Alvillar Kore Breault Lia Cornejo-Morales Jennifer M. Guynn Maria J. Miller Nancy Pietri Kevin Reardon Richard E. Richmond Shannon Shipley Anne M. Wilson CLASS OF ’88 Total Support: $7,460 Participation: 8% Melissa A. Beam Alex Casanova Jim Connell John Coyle Jonathan Gagliano Sarah B. Geiger Lydia Hazelwood Lara Hodgson Shannon Kettering Cristina C. Leon Steve M. Maloof Mark Montello Susan Murphy R. D. Orsagh John L. Parks Phil Sedlack Margaret L. Warner Robyn Webb Cristina Zakis CLASS OF ’89 Total Support: $8,435 Participation: 6% Anonymous Susan Arenson-Tootle Silvia Burgoon Christina Carragher Todd M. Cozart Meg Fligg

Maggie Hoback Billy J. Hungeling Kathleen Mathers Ricky O’Connell Matthew Seng Sheila Varuso Elena Woodrough Monica A. Wright CLASS OF ’90 Total Support: $7,799 Participation: 9% Arlene Anest-Dechant Susan A. Casanova Felicity M. Chapman Katherine Decker Mark K. Dooley Holly C. Emberson Jennifer S. Graebner Brandy C. Graham Jennifer Harlan Elizabeth Kimberl Jennifer McBride John Mowiser Carolyn Murphy Tracy Navarro Christine Schwartz Stephanie W. Tadros Dean P. Underwood Carolynn V. Walker Matthew E. Walker Tommy Williams Annalena Winer CLASS OF ’91 Total Support: $5,986 Participation: 5% Patrick Bowen David J. Hungeling Nicole Jung Janine E. Kourieh Daniel Kozarich Ansley Murphey Jill Pierce Marie Spies David J. Troncale Cathy H. Underwood Stacie A. Wesley CLASS OF ’92 Total Support: $4,210 Participation: 4% Becca Bartholomew Kevin Branford Kenneth Dooley Nikolai J. Mondi Brian Noblitt

Beth Ramatowski Denise F. Ramsey Bryan Small Susan R. Wood CLASS OF ’93 Total Support: $4,550 Participation: 4% Diana Fleming Mary Catherine Gill Gary Graebner Christine Hungeling Renee L. Luse Terrence McBride Benjamin Montello Kerry K. Ross CLASS OF ’94 Total Support: $410 Participation: 2% John J. Kapp Jenniffer Kapp Michelle Mancini Kathryn M. Moran Laura O’Connell Dominic C. Totino John D. Troncale CLASS OF ’95 Total Support: $1,580 Participation: 4% Alexandra N. Azzarello Heather H. Cartier Ashley A. Halloran Stephanie Kampfer-Bohach Andrew Seng Julie Siler Nicholas J. Totino Mark Van Zant CLASS OF ’96 Total Support: $1,169 Participation: 5% Christopher Bohach Hilary Dixon Ann M. Edwards Michael Haddad Heather Haddad Julie Hiland Sarah Kaliner Susan Larkin Ashley T. Millard Shawn M. Millard Andrew Nelson Phil Varona Mitzi Williams-Brown

CLASS OF ’97 Total Support: $7,472 Participation: 18% Rebecca C. Buehler Thomas B. Burrell Erin Cervino Jennifer A. Chriss David Clark Maureen A. Collins Robert Dolan Rebecca Dolan Steven J. Duncan Jeanne C. Eason Dana Fugaro Christopher Gilligan Maryanne A. Hawkins Matthew Hegarty Colleen W. Hogan Alexis Horder George Irving Khadeja Johnson Joseph Larkin Andrew Lichtenwalner Michelle Luchese Edward M. Macchia Kevin T. McBride Sarah S. McBride Sandi M. McGill Jim McIntosh Maureen McIntosh Laura McPhail Walter L. Miller Jacob Mills Jessica Nelson Joseph Nordmark Timothy Powell Vincent F. Pusateri Chris Rogers Meghan Schilt Austin Snell Kevin Soskin Robin Sowders Jessica A. Sowers Katie Stanford Karen Swan Brooke Wells Anna M. Werchadlo Emily S. Wingfield Christopher L. Wood CLASS OF ’98 Total Support: $3,335 Participation: 9% Catherine Brown Haley Coplen Megan Dey

DID YOU KNOW Principal Steve Spellman’s wife, Maureen O’Shea Spellman ’70 cheered on the Golden Lions from the sidelines as the mascot for the school during the 1969-70 academic year. Today, it is not a requirement to be a member of the cheerleading team to be the school mascot.

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Teresa Marie Ebbs Emily J. Gibb Kelly A. Iannucci Glen J. Iannucci Kevin J. Kelly Kristin Kramer Corinne Lane William M. Macking Thomas J. Millard Daniel Noyd Brian Oates Melanie Patak Leslie Patro Julia A. Stover Amaree Tanawong Maria Thacker-Goethe Steve C. Totino Kathleen C. Varda Tami M. Vinson CLASS OF ’99 Total Support: $5,950 Participation: 6% Ashley Baisley Leila Benoit Courtney Brown Tyler Dawe Megan Dawe Amy H. Donlan Justin Greear Laura M. Guerin Nick Kelly Nour Kelly Ryan Magid Mary E. Martin Maria McDonald Melissa Owens Anthony J. Salvatore Richard H. Wright CLASS OF ’00 Total Support: $1,150 Participation: 3% Katie Abel Leeann Attanucci Anna H. Gay Jennifer Granik Carey J. Mignerey Catherine D. Rice David Sabino Katie Stilson Teresa A. Totino CLASS OF ’01 Total Support: $2,916 Participation: 5% Trey Broussard Margaret Doig Jeff J. Graebner Deanna K. Jones-Puig Brett Kasten Gianna Kasten Rita Madden Tracy M. Patrick Sara Reed Sarah C. Rossmann

Augusto M. Trujillo Claire Wildman Alison M. Wright

DID YOU KNOW While the theatre program at St. Pius X has existed since the start of the school, the first performance by the Pius Players in the Young Center opened in 1986 and ushered in an era that features three performances a year.

CLASS OF ’02 Total Support: $3,930 Participation: 4% Matthew B. Bailey Theresa M. Collins Philip R. Consuegra Jennifer H. Crabbe Ashley M. Curlette Tiffany M. Elliott Michael B. Farrell Richard J. Halcik John K. Huynh Jhoanna M. Morris Carolyn R. Sannuti Gordy M. Wyatt CLASS OF ’03 Total Support: $2,350 Participation: 2% Laura K. Alexander Tessa F. Jones Sarah McLellan Samuel J. Noyd Kelly O’Neill CLASS OF ’04 Total Support: $755 Participation: 3% Travis Baer Sarah Cox Erica Jones Courtney Kane John Perk Rachelle Petusky Kristin Reidy Peter Tooher Eugenie A. Viener CLASS OF ’05 Total Support: $235 Participation: 2% Daniel Graciaa Elizabeth Hamilton Joey-Maria D. Hedrick Stephen Huttman Ellen Johnson Patrick Marshburn Mary M. Vaughn CLASS OF ’06 Total Support: $855 Participation: 3% Daniel Foley Hugh F. Kinsel Morgan L. Krulisky Meghan E. Palmer Aaron A. Parr Ian A. Rosenberg Michelle Valdez

CLASS OF ’07 Total Support: $595 Participation: 2% Rebekah Baer Joey Flint Jessica Gordon Kristin Hare Katie Parr Leslie Trammell CLASS OF ’08 Total Support: $755 Participation: 3% Michael Abbott Morgan T. Carney Anna Duran Abbott Roxanne Hayward Faith Khalik Elisa Suri Charles Taylor Clare VanMeter CLASS OF ’09 Total Support: $1,160 Participation: 4% James Bollaci Megan Fannon Kyle E. Frazier Joseph Hickey Lauren K. Izegbu Jacquelyn Jones Carolyn Koenig Ashley Miller Kimberly Roberts Lauren Schwartz Andrea K. Sherlag P. G. Standard CLASS OF ’10 Total Support: $495 Participation: 3% Emily Bishop Naomi Bollaci Nikki Cline Patrick Harris Brandon Irvin

Mac Maguire Marissa Rufolo Alex Schrage Elizabeth Standard Bennett Travers CLASS OF ’11 Total Support: $270 Participation: 1% Avery E. Daniel Christina M. Jones Taylor M. Krause Alexandra I. Oliveri CLASS OF ’12 Total Support: $380 Participation: 2% Erin M. Cavalli Joseph E. Crochet Mary Jacinta M. Halbig Thomas J. Holloman Sarah C. Ouderkirk Daniel R. Rufolo Rebecca A. Schaaf Matthew R. Smith Lily R. Williamson CLASS OF ’13 Total Support: $450 Participation: 1% Sarah M. Fristoe Quincy B. Nieporte Meredith C. Riski Christopher D. Roberts CLASS OF ’14 Total Support: $265 Participation: 2% Joshua T. Beck Andrew J. Harth Matthew D. Houghton Kaitlin M. Huff Kevin M. Jones Daphne K. Mack Carson A. Travers


CLASS OF ’15 Total Support: $545 Participation: 2% Joseph B. Cavalli Amber H. Leggett Robert S. Mann Derek J. Rufolo Sally T. Varner CLASS OF ’16 Total Support: $230 Participation: 2% Andrew S. Hopkins Kerney G. Lane Benjamin C. Norton Margaret O. Ralston Carolann J. Stout Katharine G. Werner CLASS OF ’17 Total Support: $410 Participation: 3% Timothy J. Beck Olin H. Broadway Mark K. Buis Nicolas J. Caceres Frank Crippen Brian H. Houghton Thomas W. Houghton Myles T. Reynolds Madison C. Riski CLASS OF ’18 Total Support: $996 Participation: 33% Anonymous Richard Arnold Nathan Banks Emily Barnhardt Grace Berg Brice Bollinger John Bryan

Emma Buyarski Franklin Callaway Mae Cannon Nicole Castro Samantha Christian William David Jeffrey Del Bagno Wesley Diamantis Rachel Drucker Margeaux Edwards Nahom Elias Alexander Fangmann Thomas Fechalos Anna P. Ford Sydney R. Ford Valerie Garcia Mallory Grace Katherine A. Graves Matthew Halbig Katherine Hally Robert Harbour Mary Hays Dermot Hegarty Robert G. Jobson Shannon Kang Ashlyn Kelly Wallace Kelly Jacob Kieffer George T. King Eleanor Kolker Everett Lane Isabel Lavandero Noah Law Catherine Lee Kelly Long Mary-Margaret Long Michael A. Lopez Ian Lynch Joseph Manzo Ann Martin

Michael Masak Mackenzie McComb Connor McGee Anna McGeehan Katherine McGraw Kathryn McKenzie Claire McMonagle Megan Mittelhammer Daniel Mohr Elena Mulligan Kyle Murphy Matthew J. Musey Juliana Nark Julie Nguyen William R. Poe Lucas Provenzano Brennan Quinn Caroline Rakoski Alexander Ratzlaff Ansley Reese Natasha Rivera-Lopez John A. Rudolph Joseph Rufolo Madison Sanchez-Torres Nigel Sapp Savannah-Kate Sasser Conor Sheehan Kristopher Shepherd Reagan Sherrill-Mestre Hannah Sik Ann Felicia Sinsuan Adam Sitzmann Lindsay Smoak Ansley Stevens Mary A. Sutter Jessica Tardy Trish Trane Josie Tummillo

Gabrielle Valsaint Sarah Van Duser Lilly Viau Nicholas Walker Gavin Wallace Zachary Washburn Emory Wegener Thomas Westenberger Kierra Williams Kennedy R. Willis Michael Wolfman Justin York

12,611 total st. pius x alumni 846 alumni

annual fund donors

$204,640 given by alumni to the annual fund

TOP FIVE CLASSES FOR PARTICIPATION Class of 2018: 33% Class of 1997: 18% Class of 1982: 14% Class of 1963: 13% Class of 1968: 13% TOP FIVE CLASSES FOR TOTAL GIVING Class of 1980: $21,475 Class of 1977: $16,485 Class of 1985: $12,452 Class of 1979: $9,723 Class of 1982: $8,850

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grace

scholars

Founded in 2008, GRACE Scholars is a student scholarship organization devoted to students who wish to attend Georgia Catholic schools. Georgia taxpayers can redirect part of their tax liability to GRACE, which in turn awards scholarships to deserving students. Taxpayers receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit for their qualified contributions. Taxpayers can designate a specific Catholic school to receive their contributions, and in 2018 Georgia taxpayers designated $209,736 to St. Pius X Catholic High School. Anonymous (11) Timothy and Susan Acklin Raul and Susana Ajoy Alfonso ’86 Greg and Lynn Amoroso Samuel and Joanne Anderson Fred and Ann Angulo Dennis and Suzanne Antinori Athans Family Bernie and Charlene Auer Claudia L. Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Alonza C. Baxter III Patricia Bell Jim and Jill Bernhardt Dr. Michael Piansky and Dr. Wendy Book Mr. and Mrs. John Bordelon Karen Cooper and John Boykin Chris and Brice Boyle ’91 Marty and Marian Braham David and Patricia Brewster Michael and Samatha Briones Mike and Sam Briones Jonathan and Kathryn Brouse Brian and Kathleen Brown Fred Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Scott B. Capps Stephen and Kristin Carney David and Laura Case

The Celedon Family Jim and Mary Chamberlin Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Colluro James and Pam Coltrane Linda Conrads ’70 Robert and Laura Consolazio Mr. and Mrs. William T. Cowan Jr. Robert K. Cowhig ’65 Todd and Mary Cozart ’89 Margie and Steve Crawford Brian and Christy David Chuck and Suzanne Davis Mr. and Mrs. Dan L. Decraene Drs. Elizabeth and Jim deGive ’73 Susan Greene DePasquale Charles and Eveie DeWitt Dr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Dolt III Jose Luis and Josefa Dominguez Ken and Una Dooley Mark K. and Susan Dooley ’90 Rodney and Allison Dourron Brad and Jennifer Downen Mike and Kathy Raville Farrell ’68 & ’68 Mike and Mary Feeney Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Foarde Fred and Sharon Follmer Raymond and Janet Foster

DID YOU KNOW The Chapel was used for graduation ceremonies in the school’s early years. Today, Masses are celebrated on a near daily basis with weekly Adoration every Friday. Teachers and coaches hold classes in the Chapel and the Mothers’ Club hosts a monthly Prayer Group meeting to pray for the needs and requests of our students.

Jennifer Macchia Frankowski ’95 Angie Sutherland and Haydn Fusia Javier and Schirli Galeano Randy and Ashley Garrett Gerry and Mary Gay Giff Gfroerer Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gomez Ricardo and Julie Gonzalo Cindy Alvarez Grippando ’90 Mrs. Rebecca H. Guynn Patty and Tom Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Clinton C. Hawkins Lydia Levergood Hazelwood ’88 Jim and Gretchen Heath Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hodge Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hoffman Dr. and Mrs. Michael Huerkamp Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hull David and Julie Hungeling ’91 Michael and Christine Salgado Hungeling ’93 Bob and Mernie Huttman Mr. and Mrs. Arden W. Inda Cody and Diane Jackson Mr. Kenneth P. Jaye Sharisse Azar Johnson ’76 Jann and Russell Jones


Gert and Joan Kampfer Robert and Kate Kennedy Steven and Leneta Kindrick Rev. Patrick Kingery ’82 Mr. and Mrs. George A. Klein IV Joseph and Vivian Knoerle Jacqueline E. Kozee Robert and Christina Kreitner Mr. and Mrs. David T. Krysiek Andrew P. Kuchar Mr. and Mrs. Thomas LaFreniere Jeff and Molly Messner Lane ’73 & ’74 Mr. L. Laszlo and Ms. Veronica Pallos Bob and Meredith Lee Cristina Leon ’88 Robert and Elizabeth Leonard Mark W. and Sheila Long ’81 Rob and Joanne Lorys Renee E. Lorys Edward Macchia ’97 Rich and Patti Macchia Dr. Rodney M. Dourron and Mrs. Allison Macdonald Dourron Mr. and Mrs. Frank Madonia Dev and Beth Maguire ’74 Mark and Tracy Mancinelli James W. and Mary Pat Warner Martin ’82 & ’86 Monica E. Parise and Wilson Martinez Salvatore and Dawn Massaro Jonathan and Kathleen Boyle Mathers ’89 Steve and Linda McDougal Mr. and Mrs. David J. McGill Kelly and Lisa Groover McKenzie ’77 & ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Jordan P. McMonagle Stephen and Stephanie Miller William P. Miller Michael and Sheila Mohr ’79 Fred L. and Velma C. Mohr Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Mondi Beth and Bill Morrison Brian and Jill Mulligan

The Nall Family Michael and LeAnn Nark Daniel and Tracy Yeates Navarro ’90 Matthew and Jenny Nelson Yanire Nieves William Nordmark IV Mark R. Noyd and Mary L. Joseph Samuel Noyd ’03 Joe and Jacqueline Odom ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. O’Hara Howard and Lois Woytych Olson ’61 & ’61 Jim and Marion Orr, Daniel Orr ’03 and Steven Orr ’05 R. Douglas Orsagh ’88 Wendy Owens and Ed Castro Mr. Byung J. Pak and Ms. Sandra Shin Richard and Leigh Pentecost Thomas and Paige Peterson Mike and Susan Petrik Daniel and Alicia Philipp Michael Piansky and Wendy Book John and Sara Pilger Gus and Susan Piña Philip Pompilio ’78 and Peg Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Postma Mr. and Mrs. Gordon J. Ray Mrs. Pat Reiley John and Lisa Ripoll Maureen and John Riski Dr. and Mrs. David G. Robertson Daniel J. Ruane Gregory and Monica Rudolph Sage Dining Services, Inc. Neil and Bobbie Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell C. Saunders Irene and Leonard Savini Drs. Erwin and Gigi Schemankewitz Erin and Molly Schlader Richard and Michelle Schlueter Richard and Helen Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Schwartz Mrs. Susan Lauria Seaver ’64

Jenn and Phil Sedlack ’88 Terry and Nielda Shaw Mr. and Mrs. John P. Sheesley Noel J. Sitzmann and Janine A. Boehm Gary and Martha Sledge Mike and Lynn Smith Gregg and Susan Soha Mr. and Mrs. James J. Spall Markus and Kathy Spitzer Deone and Brad Spratte Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Spudic Staffing Solutions Southeast, Inc. Mark and Mary Stouffer Ms. Pat Strougal Tim and Jodi Stultz Mr. and Mrs. James J. Swartz Jr. Elizabeth P. Syribeys Malik and Stephanie Warner Tadros ’90 John and Jackie Tardy Earle and Chris Taylor William and Christina Tice Rev.Mr. and Mrs. James A. Tramonte David and Sharon Troncale ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Van Horn Al and Sally Varner Paul and Sheila Michalko Varuso ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walsh Alan and Marcia Watt Suzanne McHugh Weaver Brian and Amy Weick Bill and Sharon Wildman Douglas and Barbara Wiley Rick and Judy Maloof Winstel ’74 Susan Riesmeyer Wood ’92 Scott and Kim Woods Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Woods Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Yelton Jr. Don and Andrea Zurawski

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chi-rho society Members of the Chi-Rho Society are benefactors who are helping to secure the long-term future of St. Pius X Catholic High School through various forms of planned gifts. While providing for the future of their loved ones, they have also had the foresight and generosity to include St. Pius X in their estate plans. As members of our Chi-Rho Society, we acknowledge their commitment to supporting Catholic education. To date, St. Pius X Catholic High School has received $1,722,242 in realized gifts from Chi-Rho Society members. For information on the Chi-Rho Society or if you have already included the school in your will or estate plan and would like to become an official member of the Society, please contact the Director of Advancement. Ms. Diane Barnsley Tom and Corinne Boyle Julie Briski ’95 Bill and Karin Bruckert Mary Byrne Callahan ✝ Linda Conrads ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Craft Kathleen Darko ✝ Timothy and Judith Dunn ’79 Roberto C. Goizueta ✝ Ms. Noel Greene ’93 Ann Guscio ✝ Daniel and Mary Vallés Jones Charleen Klister ✝ Stephen and Stephanie Miller Ottis Moore ’67 Katherine O’Neil Nelson ’73 Norma Wrigley Nicholson ’60

Tom and Joanne Novack Mike and Susan Petrik Chris and Karen Ratcliffe Pat Reiley James M. Seaver ’64 ✝ and Mrs. Susan Seaver ’64 Steve and Julie Bell Siler ’95 Betsy and Bridges Smith Carter and Marycarol Stout ’78 Tony and Maryanne Waddell Sutter ’82 Cliff and Ann Switzer David Wallace ’63 ✝ Msgr. Terry W. Young Ben and Regina Znosko


lions & legacies

auction and gala

On March 3, 2018 members of the St. Pius X community gathered for Lions and Legacies, the 60th Anniversary Auction and Gala. Parents, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends enjoyed “bringing it home” and celebrating the evening on campus in the two completely transformed gyms. Four hundred and fifty attendees were treated to music by current faculty members Trey Broussard ’01 and Chad Paetznick as they browsed the nearly 300 silent auction items up for grabs. Over 1,700 bids were placed throughout the evening, including online bids from those who could not attend. A variety of items were offered in over 15 categories from “Around Town” experiences to vacation and travel. Guests enjoyed Lion Lagers and Lionritas in commemorative anniversary glasses under banners reminiscent of 60 years of St. Pius X. In addition, coasters, t-shirts, and Chi-Rho charms were sold featuring the anniversary logo. As guests moved into the main gym for dinner and dancing, Mark Kelly ’70 served as auctioneer extraordinaire, his love for the school and its community shining through. Six live auction items were presented, Maloof Stadium reserved seating for the 2018 season, a yellow diamond (to reflect the golden anniversary and the Golden Lions), a tailgate for 20 for the St. Pius X versus Blessed Trinity game, Dinner with the Dooley’s, reserved

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space at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, and a golf game with Archbishop Gregory. Dinner, prepared by Legacy Catering and Events, included a number of food stations with something for everyone, while The Stephen Lee Band played hits spanning the decades. During the gala, guests had the opportunity to participate in Get on Board with Fast Funds. In less than five minutes, those in attendance raised more than $52,000 to purchase a new bus, which will be used for athletics, clubs and organizations, and field trips. Greg and Hope Long were announced as the tuition raffle winners shortly before a balloon drop and a video featuring 60 years of St. Pius X. In addition to the funds raised for the bus, the gala raised over $100,000 for the benefit of the St. Pius X Endowment Fund. Special thanks goes to over 100 dedicated volunteers and Associate Director of Advancement Mary Vallés Jones, who worked tirelessly for two years to make this event a success. Thanks also to the sponsors, donors, class party hosts, and especially gala volunteers Mary Stouffer, Shea Geeslin, and Carmen Hegwood, whose commitment to the success of this event and love for St. Pius X was evident to all.

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st. pius x endowment Thanks to the generosity of numerous families and individuals through the years, St. Pius X Catholic High School is the beneficiary of $8,225,687 in endowments and awards. These funds include $6,398,999 held by the Archdiocese of Atlanta as well as the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia for the beneficial interest of the school. In addition, donors established endowment funds totaling $1,826,688 at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia which are not included in any of the school’s financial statements. In total there are nearly 70 individual endowed funds and funded awards that support tuition assistance, student and faculty enrichment, and the general operating needs of the school. Endowments allow a gift to remain intact while only the interest from the principal is used for the stated purpose of the fund. Named funds that reach $25,000 are considered endowed, generally providing at least $1,000 in funding each year. If you are interested in establishing a fund, please contact the Director of Advancement for more information. Please note, funds with an asterisk* are actively seeking donations as they have not yet reached the $25,000 endowment level. Funds marked with a carat^ are currently held at The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia.

DID YOU KNOW The St. Pius X Boys’ Cross Country Team has captured nine state titles and girls cross country has earned three crowns. The programs have 21 state runners-up between them. The track programs have been successful in their own right with four state championships and seven runners-up.


student scholarships Scholarships are given to students who have a demonstrated financial need. Funds marked with a carat^ are currently held at The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia.

1982 CAMPAIGN FUND^ Created as part of a 1982 capital campaign conducted by the Archdiocese of Atlanta, this fund provides scholarships to students at St. Pius X. GREG ABBOTT Established in 2008 and endowed by friends of Greg Abbott and the St. Pius X Mothers’ Club after his sudden death in 2006, this scholarship honors this father of two St. Pius X alumni and is given to a student in the performing arts program at St. Pius X. Donations received in 2017-2018: Mrs. June Abbott Rebecca Prince Lockett ’75

TIMOTHY ANGULO ’02 Established in 1999 by Timothy’s family and friends, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman who is a well-rounded student and has contributed to the school community. Donations received in 2017-2018: Fred and Ann Angulo Col. and Mrs. Samuel Angulo ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Angulo Established in 2002 by the St. Pius X Kelly Shiver DeFrates ’01 Alumni Association, this scholarship Robert A. Moriarty is awarded to children of St. Pius X Rebecca Prince Lockett ’75 alumni. Donations received in 2017-2018: EDWARD BARNSLEY ’90^ Alumni Association Established by Edward’s mother Michele Person Madison ’91 Donations received in 2017-2018 and sister in 1996 to reward two students—one current student who in memory of Jackie Sullivan: is an advocate for environmental Drs. Manuel P. and Blanca Anton Kevin and Frances McLellan Buis ’83 needs on and away from campus, and one deserving incoming Norman Clapp freshman. Leslie Plumlee Davis Donations received in 2017-2018: Frances Keaton Ms. Diane Barnsley Mr. Frank Virnelli and Chris and Brice Boyle ’91 Ms. Carol Pinkston Jan and William Collier Ms. Vivian Tran Jay and Jenniffer Todd Kapp ’94 & ’94

MIKEL BERGMANN ’79 Established by his classmates, family, and friends to honor this mathematics teacher and coach at St. Pius X from 1989 until his death in 1992, this scholarship is given to two students who possess the qualities that Mikel possessed— quiet diligence, commitment, respect, and understanding.

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BYRON BICKES Established in memory of Byron Bickes, father of five St. Pius X graduates, by his family, this scholarship is awarded to a freshman active in the St. Pius X community and in his/her classes. EUGENE BRISBANE SR. Established in 1996 by Mrs. Catherine Brisbane in honor of her husband, the father of Mr. Gene Brisbane, formerly of the St. Pius X math department, this scholarship is given to a freshman who is outstanding in both academics and service. Donations received in 2017-2018: Gene and Mary Jane Brisbane

have shown academic excellence and expressed an interest in participating in St. Pius X activities. A portion of this endowment also funds continuing education for St. Pius X faculty. Donations received in 2017-2018: Zach and Heather Wilson

CLASS OF 1971 DOLL DEGOLIAN SULLIVAN^ This fund was established in 2008 by the family of Ms. Doll deGolian Sullivan ’71 and the Class of 1971 after she passed away following a courageous battle with cancer. The donors desire to assist those families with multiple children enrolled in St. Pius X and other GENE AND JOHN BRISBANE Catholic schools. The donors Established in 1999 by Mrs. wish to express their gratitude and Catherine Brisbane in honor of her recognize the sacrifices made by two sons, this scholarship is given parents who educate their children to a student who exemplifies the in Catholic schools. mission of St. Pius X. Donations received in 2017-2018: Donations received in 2017-2018: Anonymous Gene and Mary Jane Brisbane Joan Dismer Childs ’71 Chris and Mary Colbert Billingsly ’71 BRUTTO FAMILY Felix and Mallory deGolian Established in 2007 by Dan and Jerry deGolian ’69 Lisa Brutto, parents of two St. Butchie deGolian Neely ’62 Pius X alumnae, Michelle ’04 and Alfred Gentle ’71 Danielle ’06, this award is given to a Jack Harney ’71 deserving student who excels in the Bill McKenzie ’71 fine arts—dance, drama, music, or Julio Ramirez ’71 the visual arts. Kim and Kathleen Hogan Reichling Donations received in 2017-2018: ’70 & ’71 Daniel J. and Melissa D. Brutto David and Jan Duffy Roberts ’71 Dr. Michael Sineway ’72 BOB BUECHNER^ Established in 2007 by an RICHARD W. CLEMENTS anonymous donor, this scholarship Established through the gift of an honors Bob Buechner, father of anonymous donor, this scholarship seven St. Pius X graduates. This is given to a freshman who displays scholarship is given to a capable deep personal faith and spiritual student who is unable to afford full depth and whose actions exemplify tuition. Gospel values. HARRY BURNS-KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Established by the Holy Cross Catholic Church Council of the Knights of Columbus, this scholarship honors Harry Burns, a Holy Cross Parishioner and long time member of the Knights of Columbus. The scholarship is given to a positive and enthusiastic student who has an excellent attitude and who is willing to help wherever needed and provide service to the community.

EDWIN J. COLLINS SR. Established in 2009 by Mrs. Sheila Collins, former volunteer and St. Pius X employee, this scholarship fund honors her husband, Mr. Edwin J. Collins Sr. A beloved husband and friend, “Big Ed” was the father of four St. Pius X graduates (Kathleen ’84, Sheila ’86, Ed ’90, and Maureen ’97), and was a long-time St. Pius X supporter. Donations received in 2017-2018: Ed and Lena Collins ’90 Maureen Collins ’97

MARY BYRNE CALLAHAN^ Established in 1999 by the Callahan family in honor of this St. Pius X mother so devoted to the school, this scholarship is given to students who

JINNY AND JIM CONRADS^ The Jinny and Jim Conrads Scholarship is awarded to deserving students in financial need. When possible, preference is given to

students with physical or learning disabilities. Students must maintain good conduct. Donations received in 2017-2018: Meghan Pendergast David Pendergast Conrads Family Education Fund at the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia Jim and Elizabeth Pendergast Karen Conrads Wibell ’67 Linda Conrads ’70 Mike Conrads and Family ’78 Nancy Conrads Pendergast ’72

ANN CRAWFORD^ This fund was established in 2015 in honor of Ann Crawford by her husband John Crawford and their daughter Katherine Crawford ’10. The fund provides scholarships to students at St. Pius X. Donations received in 2017-2018: Mr. John Crawford Kat Blair Crawford ’10 KEVIN CRAIG DUVALL ’98 Established by Kevin’s friends and family, this scholarship is awarded to a freshman who has shown not just academic success in mathematics and science, but who has a curiosity about the world and a great love and excitement for the study of these subjects. Donations received in 2017-2018: Sean and Julie Duvall Hiland ’96, in honor of Rebecca Panter DuVall ’67

ESSER FINE ARTS This award was established in 2011 by Pat and Connie Esser, parents of three St. Pius X graduates; Rachelle ’04, Natalie ’08, and Sarah ’11. Throughout their tenure at St. Pius X, the Esser family dedicated much of their time in support of the arts. This scholarship is awarded to students in the fine arts program. Donations received in 2017-2018: Pat and Connie Esser MADELINE MATUSIK ESTAFEN Established in 2007 by her family, this award honors this devoted wife and mother of two St. Pius X alumnae, Jackie Estafen Zurinaga ’85 and Janine Estafen Kourieh ’91. Madeline, who succumbed to cancer in 2001, was the St. Pius X business manager from 1980-1983. The award honors a female student who has deep Catholic faith and a keen interest in learning about the teachings of the sacred scriptures and the study of the faith. Donations received in 2017-2018: Joseph and Madeline Estafen Family Fund MARY B. FALETTI^ Established by her children in memory of their mother’s love for St. Pius X and involvement with St. Pius X parent organizations in the 1960s, this scholarship is awarded to an outstanding freshman scholar. Donations received in 2017-2018: Paul and Judy Mathes Faletti ’64


DID YOU KNOW Willard Arbour ’73 founded the musical broadcast program in 1973. The program offered musical broadcasts which played in the cafeteria and claimed a collection of 850 45 RPM records. Today, the school’s webcast program ESPX is nationally recognized and broadcasts over 100 events annually to people across the globe.

JULIAN FLETCHER Established in 1998 by the family and friends of this father of two St. Pius X alumnae, this scholarship is awarded to a student who lives the principles of Christianity and good citizenship. Donations received in 2017-2018: Kevin and Kathryn Fletcher Moran ’94 Cheryl Fletcher BRAD GAY ’07^ The memorial scholarship for Brad Gay ’07 was established in 2012 by his family, following his tragic and untimely death. This scholarship honors the memory of Brad, a four year member of the football team, known for his personal qualities of kindness and quiet confidence. He was also known as a dedicated teammate and a very loyal friend. Inspired by desire and determination, he made himself into an outstanding young man both in the classroom and on the gridiron. MEREDITH ’03 AND PEPPER ’09 GAY^ This scholarship was established by the sisters of Brad Gay ’07 after his tragic and untimely death in 2012. Meredith and Pepper Gay honor the special memory of their brother who supported their softball careers for many years. MARGARET SOULEN GILBERT^ Established in 2010 by her family and friends, this scholarship honors Margaret Soulen Gilbert who, after

a courageous battle with breast cancer, passed away in 2009. This scholarship is given to a deserving member of the St. Pius X Swim Team, who is in good academic standing and exhibits leadership skills. Donations received in 2017-2018: Mrs. Jill Soulen St. Pius X Softball Team Mrs. Judith Phillips

HOLLY GULESSERIAN ’92 Established by her family after her death in 1993, this award is given to a student who, like Holly, displays the qualities of patience, courage, faith, and outstanding kindness.

HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION^ Funded by the Home & School Association, this scholarship is awarded to a student who exhibits THE GOIZUETA FOUNDATION leadership and a willingness to make contributions to the community. SCHOLARS FUND Donations received in 2017-2018: Established in 1998 through a gift Home and School Association from the Roberto C. Goizueta Foundation and further endowed J. PORTER JACOBS through gifts in 2000 and 2004, this scholarship is given for the Catholic Established in 1998 by Mrs. Charlotte Vogel, formerly of the St. education of Hispanic/Latino Pius X science department, and her students. family in honor of her father, this award is given to a sophomore who GREY NUNS OF THE SACRED shows responsibility, dedication to HEART Established in 2008 by Jim and Julia studies, and a love for learning. Modak, parents of two St. Pius X ELEANOR J. KENNEDY graduates, this scholarship honors Established by her family after her the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart death in 1996, this award honors a who taught at St. Pius X and other sophomore student who combines Catholic schools in Atlanta. The a deep faith commitment with Grey Nuns were one of four orders academic excellence in theology. of religious women that staffed St. Pius X when it opened in 1958. MOLLY MESSNER LANE ’74^ Their mission statement: “We will Established by St. Pius X alumnus collaborate with one another and with other groups and individuals to Jeff Lane ’73 in honor of his wife, 2016 Distinguished Alumni award increase the influence of God’s love honoree Molly Messner Lane within our world.” ’74, this scholarship is held at the Catholic Foundation of North JESSE J. GRIFFIN Georgia and benefits female studentEstablished in 1998 by the family athletes. and friends of this father of three St. Pius X alumnae, this award is given to a student who exemplifies determination and team spirit.

LIGHTHOUSE Established in 2009 by an anonymous donor, this award goes to a deserving student (in good disciplinary standing) who is experiencing extreme financial hardship, in particular due to the loss of one or both of his/ her parents, abandonment or dislocation due to an unforeseen calamity. Donations received in 2017-2018: Jan and William Collier MONSIGNOR RICHARD LOPEZ^ Established in 1998 by friends and former students of this theology teacher and spiritual mentor, this award is given to a junior who exemplifies the values of hard work, caring, and respect for life. Donations received in 2017-2018: Anonymous Drs. Manuel P. and Blanca Anton Brendan and Kore Thompson Breault ’87 Linda Conrads ’70 Consuelo Leon Ecuyer ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fargie Glen and Kelly Asip Iannucci ’98 & ’98 Estate of Charleen Klister Denny and Meredy Shortal MCCARTHY CAHILL SCHOLARSHIP The Joseph F.X. and Margaret Mahoney McCarthy Scholarship is awarded to children of the faculty at St. Pius X with priority to families with more than one child

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enrolled, in memory of the lifelong commitment to Catholic education of the McCarthy Cahill families. Donations received in 2017-2018: Sebastian Cahill ’03 GARRY MCDONOUGH ’66 Established by members of the Class of 1966 in memory of their classmate, this scholarship is awarded to two students who, like Garry, exhibit a high degree of sportsmanship and who are involved in many aspects of student life. Donations received in 2017-2018: George and Lynn Messner II ’66 PAM HADDAD MILLER ’72 Established and endowed by the Mothers’ Club and other donors, this scholarship honors Pam Miller, a St. Pius X alumna and mother whose devotion to St. Pius X was exemplified by her unbounded enthusiasm

and tireless volunteerism for the school. The scholarship is given to a junior who is a well-rounded student and who has demonstrated outstanding enthusiasm, commitment, and devotion to St. Pius X through service to the school and participation in a wide range of school activities. Donations received in 2017-2018 in honor of the Class of 1972’s 45th reunion: Steve Arnett ’72 George Asip Jr. ’72 Kathy Radford Byrne ’72 Jan Armstrong Conners ’72 Maureen Crow ’72 Jim Crowley ’72 Nancy Smith Delaney ’72 Kathleen Hart Hanofee ’72 Mary Newman Hoag ’72 Eileen Corrigan Jones ’72 Thomas Mackel ’72 Terry and Elizabeth Markham ’72 Tom and Nadya McCarty ’72 Diane Ruttenbur Moore ’72 Susan Driskell Moss ’72 Barbara Cresswell Myers ’72 Susan Keefe Pizzo ’70 Aldolfo Ponce De Leon ’72 James and Susan Hein Prudhomme ’72, in honor of Elizabeth M. Hein Patrice Reynolds ’72 Ann Maguire Russell ’72 Mary Berding Stack ’72 Stapleton Family Deb Snyder Redmond ’72 Michael and Mary Ellen O’Connor Van Horn ’72 Mary Susan Lally Wood ’72

WALT AND JANE MILLER FAMILY Established in 2014 by the Miller family in honor of Walt and Jane Miller, parents of five St. Pius X graduates (Melanie Miller Wall ’82, Valerie Miller Maloof ’85, Lisa Miller McCarthy ’87, Holly Miller Emberson ’90 and Lee Miller ’97). This scholarship honors Walt for his tireless acts of service for St. Pius X for over 30 years and Jane’s devotion to raising her children and demonstrating the blessings that come from working hard. This scholarship is awarded to a junior who has a proven commitment to service and who possesses a strong character and work ethic. Donations received in 2017-2018: Tom and Holly Miller Emberson ’90 Jay and Jenniffer Todd Kapp ’94 & ’94 Mrs. Jane Miller Lee and Jeaneen Miller ’97

LT. ALEXANDER BROOKS MONTGOMERY JR. ’72 USN^ The Brooks Montgomery Scholarship Fund was established by classmates, family, and friends of the 1972 graduate on the thirtieth anniversary of his death. Lt. Alexander Brooks Montgomery, Jr. lost his life in the service of his country on February 20, 1981, leaving behind his two siblings Lisa ’73 and Robert ’77. He attended Auburn University on a Navy ROTC Scholarship and graduated in 1976. Donations received in 2017-2018 in honor of the Class of 1972’s 45th reunion: Steve Arnett ’72 George Asip Jr. ’72 Steve and Debbie Asip ’72 Pattie Williams Barrow ’72 Brad and Eileen Jones Bradshaw ’72 & ’73 Kathy Radford Byrne ’72 John Chambers Jr. ’72 Jim Crowley ’72 Kathleen Hart Hanofee ’72 Mary Newman Hoag ’72 Kingery Family Foundation John and Sherry Bond Lundeen ’73 Terry and Elizabeth Markham ’72 Tom and Nadya McCarty ’72 Michael Mitcham ’72 The Montgomery Family Diane Ruttenbur Moore ’72 Susan Driskell Moss ’72 Barbara Cresswell Myers ’72 Mary Sedlack Parsons ’72 Aldolfo Ponce De Leon ’72 James and Susan Hein Prudhomme ’72, in honor of Elizabeth M. Hein Deb Snyder Redmond ’72 Patrice Reynolds ’72 Ann Maguire Russell ’72 Mary Berding Stack ’72 Stapleton Family Mary Lynn Clegg Strausburg ’72 Connie McGowan White ’72 Mary Susan Lally Wood ’72 MOTHERS’ CLUB^ The Mothers’ Club provides scholarships for students who exhibit a willingness to serve school and society with initiative and enthusiasm. Donations received in 2017-2018: St. Pius X Mothers’ Club ELIZABETH MARY NOVACK Established in 1999 by Tom and Joanne Novack in honor of his mother, this scholarship is awarded to a student who comes from a single parent home. Donations received in 2017-2018: Carlton Byrd Jay and Jenniffer Todd Kapp ’94 & ’94

OLLINGER FAMILY Established in 2005 by Paul Ollinger ’87, Patricia Ollinger Wieler ’84, Johanna Claire Ollinger Rohlen ’89, and Cole Ollinger ’85, in honor of their parents, Bea and Bill Ollinger, this fund provides scholarships to students at St. Pius X. Donations received in 2017-2018: Paul and Stacey Ollinger ’87 OUR LADY OF THE ASSUMPTION - KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 15161 Established in 2013, this award is sponsored by the Knights of Columbus Council 15161 from Our Lady of the Assumption parish. It is given to an incoming freshman from OLA school as recommended by the OLA principal. Donations received in 2017-2018: Mr. Michael Murray Ward and Jocelyn Ralston, in honor of Mary Murray BETTY PATRICK Established in 1977 by the faculty and friends of this beloved English teacher, this scholarship is given to the freshman who has made the greatest academic progress. PHOENIX Established in 2000 through the gift of an anonymous donor, this award supports the Catholic education of minority students. Donations received in 2017-2018: Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Ray Giornelli PAT AND GENE REILEY JR.^ Established in 2009 after her husband’s passing by Mrs. Pat Reiley, who was involved in the St. Pius X community for over 30 years as both a volunteer and employee, this fund honors Mr. Gene Reiley. Gene was a loving husband, father of four St. Pius X alumni (Trish ’81, Terri ’83, Gene ’85, and Peter ’98), and strong supporter of the school’s mission. Donations received in 2017-2018: Anonymous Martha Anderson Tom and Terri Reiley McKendry ’83 Mrs. Pat Reiley Patricia Reiley Regan ’81


GEORGE SATTELE Named for a St. Pius X math teacher who died in 1991 and established by his family in 1997, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman who exhibits an outstanding aptitude in mathematics. STEPHEN J. SCHMIDT JR.^ Established by his family after his death in 1996, this award honors a student who displays the qualities that this father of two St. Pius X graduates possessed—faith and hard work despite difficulties. Donations received in 2017-2018: Bob and Henri Bible Dixie Seal and Stamp Company, Inc. Jay and Jenniffer Todd Kapp ’94 & ’94 Curtis and Tracie Schmidt ’94 Palmer and Leslie Schmidt Williams JAMES M. SEAVER ’64 Established in 2014 by Mrs. Susan Seaver ’64, this award honors the memory of her husband and provides tuition assistance for two students of the sophomore class who possess the same strong character traits which made Jim an honorable, loyal, hardworking and successful man. Awards will be given to a student interested in the dramatic arts as well as a student-athlete in the baseball or football program who is determined, hardworking, dependable, dedicated, honorable and strong-willed. Donations received in 2017-2018: James Darden ’64 Mrs. Susan Lauria Seaver ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Diasio SENIOR CLASS^ The goal of this scholarship is to have each succeeding class make donations towards this fund. The fund was originally inspired by Msgr. Richard Lopez, who suggested that there should be a scholarship dedicated to deserving minority students – particularly Hispanic students who may be unable to afford tuition. SEPTEMBER 11 Established by David Wallace ’63 shortly after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, this scholarship honors those whose lives were forever changed by the tragedy. The scholarship awards a student who demonstrates a high level of commitment to the preservation of the principals and ideals of the United States of America and who displays a high degree of patriotism.

SPELLMAN FAMILY^ This scholarship was created in honor of current principal, Steve Spellman. It is awarded to a capable student who is unable to afford tuition. Donations received in 2017-2018: Karen Cooper and John Boykin The O’Donoghues Voya c/o Frontstream ST. JOSEPH HIGH SCHOOL Endowed in 1997 by an anonymous donor, this scholarship is awarded to an incoming freshman who has a strong academic record and has been involved in his/her Catholic elementary school. Donations received in 2017-2018: Gene and Mary Jane Brisbane ST. PIUS X ARTS SOCIETY (SPAS) This award is given to a student who excels in the performing or visual arts. Donations received in 2017-2018: St. Pius X Arts Society (SPAS)

RUTH TWEED ’81 Established in 1982 after her death, this award is given to a student who excels in the visual arts program. WALLACE FAMILY Established in 1996 by David Wallace ’63, this award is given to an incoming freshman from a Catholic elementary school. It rewards student academic excellence and a willingness to make sacrifices for the good of themselves and their families. BOB & ROSE WILLIAMS Established in 1998 by Mr. and Mrs. John Williams in memory of his parents, this award is given to a student who works hard to attain success, shows character, and has an outgoing personality.

WESTON EDWARDS WOLF ’97 Established in 1999 by the family and friends of Wes after his death, this scholarship is given to a student who combines deep faith with exceptional perseverance, hard work, and dedication. KATHI WOODS Established in 2008 by Mr. Jerry Woods, Kathi’s husband, this scholarship honors Kathi’s 33 years of dedicated service as a counselor, teacher, coach, and leader at St. Pius X. This award is given to an outstanding performer in the Study Support program. MONSIGNOR TERRY W. YOUNG Established in the name of St. Pius X’s fifth principal who served from 1976-1991, this scholarship is awarded to a sophomore who displays excellence in academics, involvement in school activities, and service.

F.T. STENT FAMILY FOUNDATION ART SCHOLARSHIP^ Established by Terry and Margaret Stent, this scholarship is awarded to a student who is interested in graphic arts. Donations received in 2017-2018: F.T. Stent Family Foundation CATHERINE TODD Established by Cathy’s friends and loved ones after her death in 1995, this scholarship is awarded to a student who displays the qualities that this mother of four St. Pius X alumnae possessed—living by faith, compassion toward others, true love of life, and outstanding service in the community. Donations received in 2017-2018: Jay and Jenniffer Todd Kapp ’94 & ’94 Jay and Kimberly Salter Macmurphy ’95 Jimmy and Tricia Salter ED AND BERNIECE TROTOCHAUD Established in 2009 by Terry Trotochaud ’64, this scholarship honors Terry’s parents, Ed and Berniece, who were well aware of the sacrifices and the blessings that come with sending children to Catholic school. All ten of the Trotochaud children and a number of their grandchildren graduated from St. Pius X.

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memorial scholarship The Memorial Scholarship, held at The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia, is a pool of funds endowed by gifts from various donors to memorialize deceased individuals. When a loved one passes away, families may ask that donations be made to the St. Pius X Memorial Fund in memory of the deceased. If donations to an individual do not reach $25,000 (in which case an individual endowed scholarship would be created) then the monies are pooled with other gifts in the Memorial Scholarship fund. This endowed pool is held in perpetuity while the interest from the principal provides student scholarships. IN MEMORY OF STAN BIRD Donations received 2017-2018: Christopher Tsui ’03 IN MEMORY OF RAYMOND BREWER Donations received 2017-2018: Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Allen Michael and Audrey Landy Mike Mixon Thomas K. Ondrus George R. Register Sara Shaffer Walter Singer Mr. and Mrs. John Vance Steven T. Wach Scott Yancey Mr. and Mrs. Larry Zeleznik

IN MEMORY OF SISTER DE SALES Donations received 2017-2018: Farhad Niroomand ’80 IN MEMORY OF DON HEDGES ’70 Donations received 2017-2018: Linda Trotochaud Hedges ’70 IN MEMORY OF THOMAS J. MCHUGH Donations received 2017-2018: Suzanne McHugh Weaver

IN MEMORY OF EMORY PARR Donations received 2017-2018: Barb Aleksa-Parr IN MEMORY OF NICK ROGERS ’97 Donations received 2017-2018: Gloria Jameson IN MEMORY OF STEPHEN J. WARNER ’78 Donations received 2017-2018: Patrick and Meg Trujillo Warner ’84 & ’88

newly established scholarship This scholarship was established in the past year. We thank those St. Pius X supporters who made this scholarship possible. JAMES AND JOAN REARDON^ The James and Joan Reardon Scholarship Fund will provide scholarships to student-athletes. Because of the Reardon family’s deeply held respect and appreciation for the St. Pius X faculty, priority for this scholarship will be given to children of the faculty of St. Pius X Catholic High School. Donations received in 2017-2018: Colleen Reardon Caldwell ’78 Kevin Reardon ’87 Greg and Joanie Reardon Raines ’80 & ’80


DID YOU KNOW The first art teacher at St. Pius X was Mary Hutchinson, one of the small number of lay teachers hired in the early years of school history. Since that time, there have only been three other visual arts teachers hired. Corinna Brannon has been teaching since 2000 and enhanced the program with the annual Juried Visual Arts Exhibition.

other funds

for the benefit of st. pius x

The school's needs extend beyond scholarships for students, and the following funds support other facets of campus life. Funds marked with a carat^ are currently held at The Catholic Foundation of North Georgia. BICKES FAMILY TEACHER DEVELOPMENT AND SUPPORT FUND This fund was established by alumni Tom and May May Bindewald Bickes ’74 & ’75 in 2015. It provides professional development funding for St. Pius X faculty. MARY BYRNE CALLAHAN^ Established in 1999 by the Callahan family in honor of this St. Pius X mother so devoted to the school, this fund provides continuing education support for St. Pius X faculty. A portion of this fund also provides student scholarships. Donations received in 2017-2018: Zach and Heather Wilson CLASS OF 1968 MEMORIAL FUND FOR TEACHER ENRICHMENT^ This fund provides teacher enrichment at St. Pius X Catholic High School. Donations received in 2017-2018: Robin Berry ’68 RADM Bob Besal, USN ’68 Bill deGolian ’68 Mark Kennedy ’68 Ceci Shook McAuliffe ’68 Frank and Pat McCarty ’68 Anita Roy Maureen Stanley ’68 Target Janice Ward ’68

ARCHBISHOP DONNELLAN Established by the family of this Atlanta archbishop who encouraged the growth of the St. Pius X fine arts program, this scholarship is given to students of the performing arts for advanced study during the summer. FLANAGAN^ This fund was established in 2016 by Martin and Jennifer Flanagan, parents of two St. Pius X alumni, to provide enrichment opportunities for faculty, staff, and students. The fund is designed to encourage teachers to take their classes on pilgrimages, field trips, or out of classroom experiences that engage students in local arts, events, and learning experiences. THE GOIZUETA FOUNDATION FACULTY AND STAFF DEVELOPMENT FUND Created in 2004, this fund provides professional development and continuing education funds for faculty and staff. LORIDANS ACADEMIC FELLOWSHIP^ This fellowship was established to supplement the income of a superior classroom teacher in order to recognize the importance of classroom teaching.

THOMAS J. MALL NOTRE DAME AWARD This award was established in 2010 by Tom and Mary Anne Mall, grandparents of Jessica Mall ’13. Tom Mall, a Notre Dame graduate, is keenly interested in assisting St. Pius X graduates attend his alma mater. Funds are awarded to a graduating senior who has been accepted and plans to attend the University of Notre Dame. Donations received in 2017-2018: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mall Mr. and Mrs. Matt O’Kane ’94 PETRIK FAMILY*^ This fund was established in 2015 by Mike and Susan Petrik, parents of Michael Petrik ’00 and Stephanie Boyea ’04. Once endowed, this fund will benefit the general mission of St. Pius X. DONALD T. SASSO Established in 2000 to honor the sixth principal of St. Pius X, funds are provided for books for children of faculty and staff.

BONNIE SPARK ENDOWMENT FUND FOR THEATRICAL ARTS* Established in 2013 by a supporter of the drama department, this restricted gift honors Director of Theatre Ms. Bonnie Spark for her years of dedicated service to the school. Once endowed, this fund will allow the drama department to continue to grow for years to come. ST. PIUS X CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL^ Established in 2012, this fund provides for the general operating costs of St. Pius X Catholic High School. This fund will be endowed once the principal reaches $3 million. Donations received in 2017-2018: John and Jackie Tardy The Coca-Cola Company ST. PIUS X ARTS SOCIETY (SPAS) SUMMER STUDY This award is given to student(s) for advanced study in the performing arts during the summer. Donations received in 2017-2018: St. Pius X Arts Society (SPAS)

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restricted gifts We are grateful for the following donors who have

provided St. Pius X with gifts for restricted use. These gifts include funds for tuition assistance, faculty and staff development, specific equipment and facilities enhancements, as well as in-kind gifts.

GIFTS OF $5,000 AND ABOVE Anonymous (2) Catholic Foundation of North Georgia Linda Conrads ’70 Dave and Ann Czabala Pat and Connie Esser Kemp Electrical Contractors Estate of Charleen Klister The Coca-Cola Company The Hansen Group Kyle and Sara Chamberlin Massey ’06 Pepsico Foundation St. Pius X Catholic High School Football GIFTS OF $2,500 TO $4,999 CertaPro Painters Clipper Petroleum Foundation Comcast Daniel and Amy Edwards ’89 Jennifer Wood Keith Wood GIFTS OF $1,000 TO $2,499 Bryan Barnard Dan and Kerrie Bauer Olin and Michelle Broadway Fred Bruce Brian and Christy David Brenda Doychak Billy and Wendy Egan ’85 Jim and Beth Fry Doug and Kim Goforth Mr. Jose Raul Gomez and Mrs. Leticia Castellanos Google, Inc. Kevin and Gail Hudson David Imhoff Winston and Mary Porter Greg and Joanie Reardon Raines ’80 & ’80 Warren and Rebecca Rakoski Phillip Rogers ’95 Richard and Michelle Schlueter Jenn and Phil Sedlack ’88 Kevin and Maria Seramur SunTrust Banks, Inc. James Wyatt ’78

GIFTS OF $500 TO $999 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Albert David and Julie Bakken Bryco Electric Greg and Michele Burdick C. J. Hunter Insurance Inc. Steven and Janine Cochran Todd and Mary Cozart ’89 Patrick and Trish Davey Steve and Valerie Miller Maloof ’85 & ’85 William and Christine McMullan Matthew and Jenny Nelson Samuel Noyd ’03 Ward and Staci Parker Chris and Francie Quigley The Merck Foundation Brian and Yasmin Sexton Denny and Meredy Shortal Jacqueline Siebert Randy and Kay Snipes D. Daren and Anne Sorenson Carter and Marycarol Stout ’78 Travelers Insurance Armand Vari Al and Sally Varner Dirk and Starr Ver Meulen Jeff and Heather Williams GIFTS OF $100 TO $499 Raul and Susana Ajoy Alfonso ’86 David and Heather Andignac AWB Apparel Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Barnhardt III Patricia Bell Mr. and Mrs. Michael Benefield Jr. Michael and Mandy Berretta ’85 Tom and May May Bindewald Bickes ’74 & ’75 Mike and Kathleen Braswell Rick and Kathryn Brown Eric and Ann Bynum Kevin and Sarah Callaghan Stephen and Kristin Carney


David and Laura Case Brad and Karen Cast Chick-fil-A, Inc. Lavista Road ChocoLate, LLC Tad and Janine Christian Clark and Jennifer Coles Chuck and Suzanne Davis The DiGiacomo Family Dr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Dolt III Andrew and Cynthia Doris Sean and Megan Drinan Kile and Julie Drucker Mr. and Mrs. Jason Eaglen Byard F. Edwards and Laura J. Martin David and Elizabeth Fairleigh Ken and Lisa Farnsworth John and Rene Flynn Jim and Shea Geeslin Cece Glavin and Doug Bowen Megan Graddock Kevin and Linda Grass Patrick and Mary Grum Dwayne and Debra Halbig Justin and Layne Hayes Jeff and Penny Hays Nancy and Peter Hollensbe Perry and Deborah Hopkins Tim and Elaine Horner William and Jessica Hughes Cody and Diane Jackson Robert and Jennifer Jobson Russ and Gina Joiner Paul and Elizabeth Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Kolker Kona-Ice of North Atlanta, Inc. Philip and Debra LaPorte John and Angela Laughter Richard and Amy Lauth Matt and Melanie Lipscomb

Michael and Christy Liss Gary and Martha Sledge Brian and Renee Latone Luse ’93 Ross and Denise Stevens Sonny and Liz MacArthur Tom and Pat Stockmeyer Jack and Jennifer Massey Mark and Mary Stouffer Donovan and Lesley McGee Richard and Karen Strom Kelly and Lisa Groover McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Bernardo Sucre ’77 & ’77 Hayes and Kathleen Swann Mr. and Mrs. Jordan P. McMonagle John and Jackie Tardy Lawrence and Deborah Molnar Mark and Sonya Verrill Mr. and Mrs. John Mount Voya c/o Frontstream Marshall and Ansley Davis Craig and Claire Farnsworth Murphey ’91 Wildman ’01 Elena Mowiser Murphy ’84 Erik and Nancy Sestak Wilkinson, in David Neeck honor of James and Mary Pat Martin Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Neu Jose and Juliana Villegas Joe and Mary Anne Obusek, in Gray and Terry Walts honor of the Broadway family Natalie Wilkes-Shaw Ken and Maureen O’Reilly Mark and Jo Ann Zyla Dennis O’Shea John and Tracey Oshinski GIFTS UP TO $99 Lewis and Leslie Palumbo William and Mary Adams William and Lani Paxton Edgardo and Lynnette Aponte Peace of Pita Killebrew Bailey Michael Pelt ’77 Jorge and Victoria Balthazar Kevin and Nora Petersen Chad and Chris Barwick John and Stacy Pignetti Abby and Taylor Bettencourt Philip Pompilio ’78 and Peg Cassidy David and Jackie Beverly Beth Ponder James and Tonja Bridges Bill and Barbara McCusker Poole Tom and Mary Najjar Brunner ’80 ’62 & ’62 John Campbell Steven and Stephana Poole Jim and Georgia Connell ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Possert Donald and Eileen Crochet Ken and Lynne Repasky Michael J. Decroce Ernest Rosenburg James and Paige DeLany Rick and Gina Rufolo David Dillard James and Jeanne Ryan Fleming and Marsha Free John Scarborough Jill Gilbert Anne Payne Schutte ’86 Richard and Amy Granelli The Sengstack Family Kevin and Jennifer Smerek Harlan ’90

Kevin and Jennifer Higgins Carlton and Kimberly Hamer Steve and Patti Hedenquist Kirk and Carmen Hegwood Gregg and Salome Hudock Dan and Sandy Huff Wayne and Julia McDevitt Jones ’85 Art and Elizabeth Karalexis Joseph and Vivian Knoerle Dan and Brooke Kremer Mark and Valerie Krause Elliott and Mary Kyle Robert and Elizabeth Leonard Ricky Locicero Dev and Beth Maguire ’74 Glenn Matullo Daniel and Kristen McKeithen Patrick and Mary McNulty Bill and Betsy Meagher ’76 Bruce and Uta Nelson Bill and Katherine North John and Jacqueline O’Donnell Garrett and Jane O’Malley Mac and Betsy Orr Wendy Owens and Ed Castro Shane and Kelley Patilla Gus and Susan Piña Karin J. Robinson Elizabeth Gulick Ross ’85 Caroline Julian Roy Charles T. Schmidt Gary Schmitt John and Tisha Sheridan Joseph and Janet Simms Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Tomala David and Sharon Troncale ’91 James and Beth Tuttle Jeffrey and Corrin Wagnon


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O Lord Jesus Christ, let your passion be my strength to sustain, guard, and protect me. Let your wounds be my food and drink to nourish, fill, and invigorate me. Let the shedding of your blood cleanse me of all my sins. Let your death obtain eternal life for me and your cross lead me to everlasting glory. Let these constitute for me refreshment and joy, health and uprightness of heart. St. Pius X (1835-1914)

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