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Presidential Advisory Board Members — 2011/2012 School Year Christine Crawford, VP, General Council, Secretary, Henkels & McCoy, Inc. Margaret (Peggy) Pelullo Goldschmidt ’77, Faculty, Science Department Chair Sr. Maureen B. McCann, RSM ’52 Educational Consultant Geraldine Swift ’63, President, Women Business Development Center Pam Bonfiglio, Parent ’07 John Chobert, R. Chobert Painting & Design Denise DeSumma Kassekert ’69, VP, Beneficial Savings Bank Therese Joyce ’60, Alumnae Association Board Member

School Administration President Mrs. Sandra R. Young Principal Miss Mary E. Kirby (2011) Mrs. Michele Beachy (Current) Assistant Principal of Student Services Mrs. Cloe O’Grady Assistant Principal of Student Affairs Mrs. Kristin Sheridan School Minister Rev. Steve Paolino Director of Advancement Marge West Kiefski ’66 (2011) Reenie Ednie (Current)

Letter from the President

Dear Alumnae, Parents, and Friends, Long before our students arrive each morning from every corner of our region, I begin my day driving in from the west. While working my way through traffic and fighting the glare of the rising sun the other day, I could not help but think of the sun, Hallahan, our students, parents, alumnae, friends, faculty and staff as Faith’s Brightest Beam — a beautiful image found in our alma mater. No longer fighting the glare of the rising sun, I welcome the beauty, the unspoken opportunity, the brilliance and the faith that comes with each rising sun reflected in our students everyday at Hallahan. As you will discover throughout this Annual Report for 2011-2012, we are blessed at Hallahan with bright beams of light all around. You will discover them among our points of pride and achievement over the past year as well as through the many stories of our alumnae, faculty and certainly our students. You will also discover more than 3,000 beams of light revealed through the Honor Roll of Donors who have generously supported Hallahan during the past year. Together, they provide a brilliant portrait of people who believe in our mission and help us “change our students lives for the better” through a Hallahan education. Businesses often claim their success is found in satisfied and repeat customers. At Hallahan we look to the hundreds of legacy families such as those depicted on the cover of this publication — mothers and daughters — often grandmothers, aunts, nieces and cousins who are all part of Hallahan’s proud tradition. These are among our brightest beams — they strengthen our faith and create the success that we know in so many ways. As the sun rises again on Hallahan for the 2012-2013 academic year we look forward to stretching toward the future through our new technology-driven iPad initiative that you will read about on page 5. Other bright beams will be found among our Advancement Placement programs, new faculty and staff, continued top rankings for SAT scores and College Placements for our graduates, extraordinary community service projects, student retreats and so much more, including a 50 Years and Beyond Luncheon where 462 of our pre-1962 alumnae came together with many of our current students. We are indeed fortunate to bask in the glow of Faith’s Brightest Beam everyday at Hallahan. While I encourage you to read more throughout this annual report, please take it a step further and visit us anytime at Hallahan to share in our light and offer your support to our students who are our brightest beam. Sincerely,

Director of Admissions Marilynn Abraham ’86

Sandra R. Young, President

Footprints Published twice a year by the Office of Advancement for the benefit of Graduates, Family and Friends of John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School. Contributed articles, photos, and class news are welcome. John W. Hallahan Catholic Girl’s High School | 311 North 19th Street | Philadelphia, PA 19103-1198 Editor: Reenie Ednie | rednie@jwhallahan.com | 215-563-8930 ext. 250 Design: Amanda McCarthy | amac133@gmail.com


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Letter from the Director of Advancement

Dear Alumnae and Friends of Hallahan, I am so very pleased to be joining the Hallahan family. It is an honor to be here, and I am hopeful that I will be able to call Hallahan home for many years to come. I was thrilled when Sandra Young offered me the position of Director of Advancement in the first archdiocesan all-girls Catholic high school in the United States. What a rich history! When I told family and friends the good news, I was flooded with lovely stories of Hallahan graduates; I knew this was truly the path that the Lord intended for me. I have a diverse background that has given me a foundation for this wonderful opportunity in the Advancement Office. I have over sixteen years of sales experience followed by fundraising work for the Muscular Dystrophy Association; my last position was working with students in a career college where I prepared them for the professional work place after graduation. I loved working with students and helping them to carve their path for the future. I knew I would never go back to sales again — students are so much more important and the work is so rewarding. I am a product of Catholic education. I attended Catholic school through college. I went to the University of Scranton where I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication. The Jesuit school prepared me for a professional life and career, but most importantly, it provided the moral grounding I needed as a young adult preparing for my new endeavors.

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50 Years and Beyond

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iPads Brighten Our Classrooms 5 President’s Circle

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Hall of Fame Nominations

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Alumnae News

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In Memoriam

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Annual Report of Giving

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Legacy Society

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I married my husband, Harry, in 1998 and we were blessed with two children: Sarah (11) and Benjamin (9). We belong to Notre Dame de Lourdes Parish in Swarthmore, PA where my husband and I cantor masses. We also cantor at the nearby parish of St. Rose of Lima in Eddystone. I am looking forward to working with everyone here at Hallahan as well as with the Alumnae, family and friends. I can understand the loyalty to Hallahan — it truly is a remarkable place! Please feel free to reach out to me. I love meeting new people and am excited to get to know everyone associated with Hallahan. My email address is rednie@jwhallahan.com. My phone is 215-563-8930 ext 250. I look forward to meeting all of you! Sincerely,

Reenie Ednie, Director of Advancement

On the cover: Our Brightest Beams: Mothers and daughters gather at the commencement for the Class of 2012.

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Beaming with Pride Our Beautiful Beams of Light! While some may consider pride better left under the bushel basket, at Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School we view our Points of Pride as we view our students and faculty. That is, as Beautiful Beams of Light brightly reflecting our mission and commitment to excellence in action. With that in mind, the following provide a sampling of the many “Beams of Light” shining brightly at Hallahan these days: • Enrollment to increase by 27 students — reflecting a 5% gain • 2011-2012 Annual Fund surpasses $120,000 — up 5% from prior year • Standardized Test places Hallahan students 90% above national norms • Hallahan students achieve at 93% above national norm in math and reading • Hallahan students place 16% ahead of other area Catholic High Schools for Girls in math and reading • 142 of 146 recent Hallahan Graduates to enter college in September • 86 of 146 graduating seniors offered over $12,000,000 in direct college scholarship and awards — reflecting, on average, a $140,000 return on a $30,000 four-year Hallahan tuition investment • 3 of 5 Liberty Scholarships (full scholarships to Drexel University) awarded to Hallahan graduates • Mayor’s Scholarship (full scholarship to the University of Pennsylvania) awarded to a Hallahan graduate • Chinese added to curriculum • Model United Nations Program — won Golden Gavel Award • 1st and 2nd place to Hallahan students in Philadelphia Fire Prevention Competition

• Technology — Smart Boards in every classroom; new iPad Portable Lab; new Mobi System — expanding teaching capabilities in all areas • Added Swimming; Lacrosse and Tennis to Athletics; Added Strings to the Music Program • 2nd Kairos Retreat added to expand student participation • Campus building improvements: gym floor refinished; Cathedral Building painted • Nearly 500 Hallahan Alumnae attend Homecoming Reunion event November 2011 • 400+ attended “50 Years and Beyond” Luncheon and Reunion • Banners placed on outside of building — lit in the evening hours • 66 Golden Grads — Class of 1962 featured at Commencement at the Cathedral • Our Lady of Hallahan Planned Giving Society established and funded • New, highly effective Student Ambassador Program now in place to assist with new student enrollment and recruitment as well as other Hallahan programs and services • Every member of the Class of 2012 shared their gifts and talents with their communities and parishes through countless hours of service

And the Hallahan Beams of Light continue to shine brightly through our community… Is it any wonder that through our Beams of Light Hallahan stands out among the leaders for providing an excellent Catholic Girl’s High School education? As an alum, parent, student, faculty, staff, or friend of Hallahan, thank you for sharing in our faith, our mission, our work and our Beams of Light.

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Sharing the Light A 1996 Graduate is now a Sister of Saint Joseph by Sister Patricia Marnien, SSJ The Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia celebrated the Rite of Perpetual Profession of Sister Michelle Nicole Lesher, a 1996 graduate of John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School. The celebration of Eucharist and the Perpetual Profession of Vows took place at Mount Saint Joseph Convent Chapel on Sunday, August 5, 2012. In his homily, Reverend Robert Bazzoli, OSFS, who presided at the celebration said, “Today we gather as a Church to celebrate Sister Michelle’s desire to abide with Christ forever as a Sister of Saint Joseph through vows of chastity, poverty and obedience, and to live the rest of her life so that all people may be united with God and one another.” Michelle entered Hallahan in September, 1992. It was the first time that she encountered a Sister of Saint Joseph. It was her music teacher, Sister Joan Clare. Sister Joan stated, “When I think back I remember that as a first-year student, Michelle arrived in music class with her flute in hand ready for the challenge of Hallahan High School. Michelle was a member

of the class I can best describe as a ’once in a lifetime class.’ She participated in many activities: Music, Volleyball, Community Service Corps, Yearbook, Literary Magazine, Recruitment of Eighth Graders and other endeavors. As a Sister of Saint Joseph, Michelle has taught at Little Flower High School and Mount Saint Joseph Academy. At the present time, she is serving as Assistant Director of Campus Ministry at Chestnut Hill College. In these settings Michelle says that she has had “opportunities to invite young women and men to appreciate the SSJ call to union with God and with one another. I have seen young adults become invested in positive action that supports the mission. I have watched them grow in the belief that they can make a difference in the world. That my experiences of teaching and of campus ministry enable me to work with women and men filled with zeal for our mission is a significant privilege for me.”

That my experiences of teaching and of campus ministry enable me to work with women and men filled with zeal for our mission is

a significant privilege for me.

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50 Years of Glowing Memories by Sister Arlene Ronollo, SSJ Attendance at Hallahan’s Third Annual 50 Years and Beyond luncheon staggered the eye. Seated in the massive banquet hall on September 19 in Cannstaater’s Restaurant in northeast Philadelphia were 462 alumnae from the Classes of 1930 to 1952. In true Hallahan tradition the classmates came to attention with an Invocation given by Maureen Prendergast ’59 followed by the hearty singing of “Alma Mater Glorify” led by Sister Mary Agnes Kinee, IHM ’’52 The room was bursting with greetings, embraces, laughter, of catching up on life-changing events between friends and classmates. Sharing of memories was so wonderful. One alumna from the Class of 1934, the earliest graduation year represented, remembered that she and her friends were desperate to see the basketball game with archrival West Catholic. They jumped into a taxi and paid 10 cents each to get to the Palestra, but had no money left to get home. The ladies from 1937 laughed as they described Hallahan’s Thrift Club as the forerunner of today’s Thrift Stores. At the 1940 table, the women recalled how their Class was the largest in Hallahan history: 948 seniors. S. Joanne Uetz,

SSJ ’’59 shared proud and fun memories of belonging to the orchestra that years later morphed into an Alumnae Orchestra. And Hallahan’s Marching Band, complete with drum majors and color guard, often performed at city events in the 1930s. While the Hall exploded with table conversation, a video of Hallahan 2012 created by current students in the Technology Class, was continuously running. Its story assured alumnae of 50+ years ago that their beloved Hallahan lives on because of their constant support and loyalty. Several seniors, Class of 2013, walked among the tables and offered tickets for a 50-50 drawing, and chances on a Hallahan Memory Basket and several cakes from Stock’s Bakery. But the most sought after spot for alumnae next to their Class luncheon table, was the “Minnie Mart” on wheels, coordinated by its ever present proprietors, Sister Ida Marie, OSF ’46 and Sister Marie John, OSF. Graduates were thrilled to see and purchase the variety of mementoes that honored their favorite “Mickey Mouse” mascot. Four hours later, after continuous talk and laughter, the reunited classmates said goodbye and promised to “keep in touch.” It was, they said, “The best lunch, ever.” Committee organizers of the luncheon were overwhelmed with this year’s response. Barbara Murray Rilling and her classmates from the Class of 1959 who created the idea for the yearly reunion said that the turnout was higher than they expected. “The idea came about when our class was planning its 50th reunion and we lamented that we couldn’t get together every year.” Share your memories of Hallahan. Write or email Reenie Ednie, Director of Advancement, to be included in future issues of Footprints.

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New iPad Lab Brightens Our Classrooms by Reenie Ednie Hallahan students are bright. Reaching their full potential requires the opportunity and challenge to grow in the pursuit of knowledge every day. Today’s students need and deserve technology that reflects their potential. Now, through the generosity of Elaine Maloney ’57, Hallahan students extend their reach and opportunities through a state-of-the-art iPad Lab where they can be a part of the global community as they utilize 21st Century technology in the classroom setting. In the words of Tristan Lund ’16: “iPads make reviewing easier and tests less stressful.”

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In May of 2012, Elaine donated the funds which allowed for the creation of the ultramodern iPad Lab. Initially, at the end of the 2011-2012 school year, Campus Minister and theology teacher Father Steve Paolino utilized the lab on a trial basis. It is now used by the Theology Department, the Math Department and the Science Department on a regular basis. The students are thrilled and excited for the opportunity to use technology that provides resources far beyond the scope of their text books. According to Alondra Ortiz ’16: “Thanks to the iPads, we now have more access to the internet for research, which helps us work to the best of our abilities.” Father Steve enjoys using the iPad in his classroom as do his students. The iPad allows Hallahan students to display presentations through the Apple TV and the use of Keynote (Apple’s updated version of Power Point). Father Steve’s favorite use of the iPad is for administering tests. He loads the test onto the website and has the students take the test through the iPad. He enjoys getting “immediate feedback on the scoring of which answers were right and which were not.” He allows the students to take notes and then take the test a second time since the iPad provides a varied assortment of questions “so the students are actually learning through the assessment itself.” Read any article from the multitude available online that endorse the benefits of iPads in the classroom, such as Scientific Learning’s 10 Big Benefits of Using iPads in Schools by Corey Fitzgerald, and you’ll hear how the benefits range from convenience of use to preserving the environment. According to Mr. Fitzgerald, “the iPad is a powerful, versatile tool that is virtually changing the face of education.” With

iPads make reviewing easier and tests less stressful.

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more than 15,000 “educational apps” available through the Apple’s app store, teachers and students alike are having no trouble finding content and material for all areas of learning.

According to Mr. Fitzgerald, the main points in the favor of using iPads in the classroom are: • Students find them easier to use than traditional computers. • Tablets are fully compatible with online teaching and learning platforms which can be easily integrated into the everyday classroom. • Students can troubleshoot and resolve computer issues themselves. • It’s easy to create and share content with others, promoting collaboration and communication for enhanced learning. • Students can work from anywhere on campus with greater portability and connectivity. Schools also don’t have to pay for computing power that they no longer need. • iPads make mobile computing labs easier, lighter and more cost effective. • From homework and tests to digital textbooks, the iPad offers numerous ways to eliminate paper, saving dollars and the environment. Four more iPads are to be purchased through the generosity of our Golden Grads — the 50 Years and Beyond Reunion attendees — and the hope is to add two more labs consisting of seventy total iPads in the near future. The cost of one iPad is roughly $400. If you choose to donate to the Annual Fund and to designate the donation to the purchase of an iPad, your name and graduation year can be engraved on the iPad to acknowledge your generosity. Your gift will truly be yet another “beam of light” to brighten the lives and opportunities of our students today. 5


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Shining a Light on the President’s Circle by Reenie Ednie On July 25, 2012, Hallahan’s President, Sandra Young, hosted the President’s Circle Reception at the Union League. The event was attended by generous donors who provide gifts of $1,000 or more to benefit Hallahan students. The reception was a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the rich history that Hallahan graduates and their loved ones shared and to thank them for partnering with us in order to provide opportunities for more young ladies to walk the “Hallowed Halls of Hallahan.”

“Building membership in the President’s Circle is among our highest priorities to assure each student has an opportunity to enter and complete her education regardless of their family financial situation,” noted President Young. Principal Michele Beachy was in attendance and said that the evening was a wonderful occasion to mingle with our generous partners. She enjoyed hearing many stories from alumnae, friends and family. Mr. Albert Godlewski, who provides a scholarship in his late wife Ruth Stanton Godlewski’s name, was in attendance and told stories of his exploits in WW2.

During her remarks, President Young spoke about the important difference every gift to Hallahan makes, noting special appreciation to members of the President’s Circle for their More than 70% of Hallahan students exceptional support and sacrifice to Hallahan. This support is vital as receive tuition assistance that truly more than 70% of Hallahan students receive important tuition assistance changes their lives for the better that truly changes their lives for the better through a Hallahan education. through a Hallahan education.

She also heard about the year that Hallahan did not have a Prom. It was 1943, and the girls took a vote to give up the prom in order to use the money they would have spent on it to support the soldiers in the war. They collected the funds and sent the money to the USO for the servicemen. They were quite proud of their display of patriotism, noting that the West Catholic girls went ahead with their Prom that year. We look forward to the event next year and are hopeful that there will be even more partners willing to help Hallahan students as members of the President’s Circle. Those who attended this reception enjoyed a truly superb evening of remarkable food, inspiring dialogue and an opportunity to share in the Hallahan story as together, they can “change student’s lives for the better.”

Hallahan young women in science

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Nominate Our Brightest Beams Hallahan Hall of Fame Roll Call Inaugural Hall of Fame Inductees, May 4, 2001 Dr. Mary Longo Papola, ’36 Sr. Mary Jean Cavanaugh, IHM, ’37 Sr. Peg Hynes, SSJ, ’51

2002 Inductees Marie D. Signs, ’42 Sr. Maureen B. McCann, RSM, ’52 Germaine L. Edwards, ’80

Cecilia Hing Moy Yep, ’47 Rafaela Bermudez, ’76

2013 Hall of Fame Nominations Do you know a Hallahan alumna who has distinguished herself in the following areas: Academia, Arts, Athletics, Healthcare, Humanities, Philanthropy, Sciences, Service/Volunteerism, and/or Technology? Please consider nominating this person for the 2013 Hallahan Hall of Fame Award. On a separate sheet of paper, direct a letter of nomination between 100-500 words to the Hall of Fame selection committee. Please describe the characteristic and achievements that you feel the person you are nominating exemplifies in order to qualify for this award. Nominee must be a member of the Hallahan community (Alumnae, Faculty, Staff, and Hallahan Supporter) at least five years prior to nomination and continue to demonstrate a commitment to the values of the Catholic Church. Nomination Deadline: Postmarked by December 31, 2012 Mail nomination form and letter to: John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School Office of Advancement – Hall of Fame Nomination 311 North 19th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103

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Alumnae News CLASS OF 1937

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Helen E. Gallagher resides in Sunrise Senior Living Community in Paoli. She has two sons and four grandchildren. Helen has fond memories of her time at Hallahan.

Frances Colameco Horkowitz graduated from Penn State University in 1948 with a BS in Science. Husband Gabriel, a Byzantine Catholic, and she have been married 63 years. He had been retired from the U.S. Army Dental Corps for 29 years. They lived away from the East Coast for many years, but are now settled in Carlisle, PA. Frances would like to hear from classmates, call 717243-1941.

Dorothy V. Lopko ’46 still resides in Wildwood-by-theSea but greatly misses her sister, Dolores Lopko Minnear ’47, who died Holy Saturday, 2012.

CLASS OF 1940

Catherine Kennedy Haugh lives in Holland, PA with her daughter Kathy.Recently she celebrated her 90th birthday with classmate Isabelle Lass Beichl ’40. She has 7 children, 15 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren. “Now I enjoy fond memories of Hallahan with former classmates, when we would never have jumped into the fountain.”

Jean Conway Kerr lives in Little Flower Manor in Darby. She turned 86 this past September, attends daily Mass and loves to remember her days at Hallahan. Her daughter Colleen reflects on her mother’s faith and how it keeps her strong to find “new purposes in life.”

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Madeleine T. Donnelly has a fifth great-grandchild. Her classmate from Old St. Joseph’s School and Hallahan died in January: Sr. Mary Veronica (Elizabeth) Williams, OSC. Mary E. Roba and husband Tony have been married 55 years. They live in Bensalem, across for S. Katerine Drexel Shrine. They have a continuously growing family: 3 married sons; 6 grandchildren and soon to be four great-grandchildren. “They keep us busy; never a dull moment.” CLASS OF 1949

Rose Phillips will have a fourth great-grandchild soon, added to a family of 5 children and 11 grandchildren. CLASS OF 1950

South Jersey Chapter Attends “Anything Goes” on Broadway Hallahan alumnae attending the South Jersey Chapter’s Broadway bus trip on May 16, 2012, pose outside the theater after the show. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the day, and agreed that “Anything Goes” was “the tops!” Back row: Carmel Corica Petrowsky ’56, Leona Malinowski Bisch ’62, Theresa Korytowski Rosenberg ’62,Sally Feola Smith ’51, and Nancy Burczewski Portland ’60. Front row: Jerry Donahue Lochhead ’65, Dolores Welsh Narducci ’49, Barbara Dougherty Murray ’62, and Sandra Young, President of Hallahan.

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Cecilia Stirling Campbell suffered multiple fractures of the femur while on vacation in South Carolina. After a long hospitalization and ten months of therapy, she is depressed because she still can’t walk well. Please pray for her.

Eleanor Myers has 17 grand and great grandchildren, only one of which is a girl! Think she is spoiled? CLASS OF 1951

Angelina Ambrosine Saggiomo lost her husband Joseph on April 29, 2011. Anne C. Zielinski and her husband have been married 54 years and enjoy their 6 children, 28 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren, all who live in the Philadelphia area. She enjoyed seeing classmates at our 50th jubilee. “A blessing especially to see Sisters Ida and Marie John each year at the CSC Mass. What would Hallahan do without these two beautiful ladies? Thank God for them and Hallahan.” Anne is still playing the piano for senior singing groups at nursing homes and the organ for Sunday Mass. “God is good.” CLASS OF 1952

Josephine McCaffrey Derago’s husband, Thomas J. Derago, died on April 17, 2012 of esophageal cancer. Rosemarie McCanon Gault, who used to live on Carlton Street while attending Hallahan, is thrilled to be living in the neighborhood once again.


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Joan Morrisroe Reynolds lost her beloved husband Bob to cancer in 2010, shortly after their return from Florida. Her book, The Fireflies of Weccacoe, can be purchased directly through Authorhose.com.

Joanne McCullen Ficco is proud of her son Rich who has been sworn in as Police Chief of Richland Township Police Department, Bucks County, PA. Clara Fioravanti Petrillo lives in North Wales, PA, and loves her volunteering at St. Mary’s Manor in Lansdale.

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The youngest grandson of Mary Ellen Cornett Dorner, Colin Joseph Dorner, became a West Point cadet in June where all the family gathered for the ceremony. Patricia O’Mara Griffin’s husband Edward (Roman ’54) passed away this year. They were married 50 years. Mary Jane Kozuba Lynch is proud of her 5 year old granddaughter who earned two trophies for her science project. One son with degrees in engineering and international business started his own aerospace business. Another son is a lawyer, coaches lacrosse, and publishes a tax magazine.

Florida Reunion May 2012. Pictured are Sandra Young, President; Geraldine Donahue Lochhead ’65; Marie Glennon Hohenwarter ’49; Andrea Tsang Hop ’71; Faith Ciasullo Beckett ’60; Margaret Casee McMullen ’50, and Theresa Sweeney Albright ’50.

Anne Timlin Makoid, married for 25 years, has been widowed for thirty years. She and her two sons, three grandchildren, and two great grandchildren are all well and enjoying their lives. Dolores Minio Ziccardi lost her husband Joseph this past March, just short of their 50th wedding anniversary. Prayers would be appreciated. CLASS OF 1954

Eileen McIntrye Bobbitt has lived on the West Coast for 55 years, now in Retirement-

Stay Connected! Make sure we have your current home and email addresses so that we can keep you posted on the latest Alumnae news and events. Email rednie@jwhallahan.com with your updated information or mail in the form at the end of this section. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter for even more updates!

ville, Indio, CA. She is doing well from a recent knee replacement. “We have several classmates in CA; won’t be back east in the near future. Best wishes.” Dolores Adams Burke retired as a registered nurse. Her husband Joseph died last November. They were married 52 years, but first met when Dolores was in Roman Catholic’s senior play. She went on to graduate from St. Mary’s Hospital School of Nursing in 1957. Theresa VinceGuerra Canuso attended a wedding at the Shrine of the Blessed Mother in Fatima, Portugal, and then spent some time sightseeing in the country. Antoinette Massimi Day lost her husband Fred in 2009 after 52 years of marriage. They have three children and four grandchildren. “I am trying to enjoy the rest of my golden years.”

Ann Orsino Shott and husband are married 55 years this year. Joan Chinchuk Zielinski and husband celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last year. CLASS OF 1955

Kathleen Fritz and husband Jack celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary hosted by their children. Kathleen just completed 45 years as an RN at Roxborough Hospital. “Still working.” Anastasia Lawlor recently enjoyed a visit from her son Frank and his family from Spain. CLASS OF 1956

Catherine Carlin is retired and enjoying her 22 grandchildren. Rose Toner Goodyear would appreciate your prayers to help her recover from a stroke suffered last year. She spent many months in the hospital and in a rehab home in Cortlandt Manor, NY.

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Patricia Wieckowski and husband have been married 51 years, have traveled widely, and are enjoying their grandchildren. CLASS OF 1958

Lorraine Gallo Borek and her wonderful husband of 52 years have 3 children and 5 grandchildren. They love living in the Poconos. She has learned to tap dance and belongs to a Cabaret group that entertains at senior centers in the county. Barbara Lonsdale Macauley enjoyed visits from her daughter’s family from Texas and Kentucky. Her three sons live locally with their families. CLASS OF 1959

Ada D. Siddon Glanzmann has 7 grandchildren, not great-grandchildren as previously noted. Husband Raymond refurbished his Glanzmann Subaru business in Jenkintown, PA. She

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would like visits from Hallahan friends, especially Class of ’59.

Regina M. Joka retired from Turner Constructiion Company after 30 years.

Carol Ann Axenroth Smith suffered two losses recently: her husband last year, and her cousin, Marilyn Sandore Schneider ’59, this year.

Therese Joyce ended her second term as President of Hallahan’s Alumnae Association and is glad that she had the opportunity to serve in this role.

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Christine Hayes Drea lost her husband Dave in April.

Virginia DiPiero Keyes has lived in Connecticut, along with two of her daughters. She has two other daughters, and a son in PA, and a son in NJ. She has 11 grandchildren with whom she visits frequently. Virginia joined Facebook through which she finds old friends from Hallahan’s Class of 1960.

Florida residents since 2006, Anna (Nancy) Davis Furphy and husband Joe (Roman ’58) enjoy many visits from family and friends. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at Disney World with their six children and 14 grandchildren.

Carolyn Gunther Peszka and “love of her life” Skip (Roman ’59) celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the Cathedral, May 6, then in Brigantine where they, four children and five grandchildren have vacationed for many years.They have

Patricia O’Connor Dotterer lost her aunt Alma M. Kolbe ’35 in May. Alma was the sister of Regina Kolbe ’37, and aunt also of Kathryn O’Connor Adamek ’62 and Regina O’Connor Przybyszewski ’66.

Class of 1962 “Golden Girls” celebrate the 50th Anniversary of their Graduation.

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traveled extensively, but make their home in Erdenheim, PA, for the past 37 years. CLASS OF 1961

Mercedes Small Harkins’s sister Nancy Froschle died February, 2012. She has 3 surviving sisters: Margaret Small Geier ’44, Marion Small Jannett, ’51, and Elizabeth Small Nolte ’57. CLASS OF 1962

G. Kathryn Yarborough Anderson, a Mercy University graduate, served as a missionary in South Korea, then worked in corporate America. She and husband Ed retired to Washington, GA, where they enjoy their four grandchildren. They enjoy Toastmasters activities. Kathryn served as Area Governor and earned the highest award: Distinguished Toastmaster.


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Ann E. Kerns continues to work as a Math Consultant, Title I, School District of Philadelphia. She is grandmother to Helen Spigel, first grader at Corpus Christi, Lansdale, and 2-yearold Claire.

Joan Gabrellas Asprakis retired from the Philadelphia School District where she taught English and was Mentor for the Mentally Gifted at Lincoln High School. She is a member of Alpha Delta Kappa (International Sorority of Educators). Joan has two sons, Antonis (32) and Demetrios (27).

Patricia Walsh Wargocki and husband Frank celebrated the arrival last year of fourth grandchild Julianna. They live in the Sonora Desert where they enjoy fishing, hiking and camping with their family. They explore other states by riding narrow guage and steam trains across the country. Marion Zoccoli Zeller and husband Richard are blessed to watch their grandson, Brendon, discover new things each day. “God bless him. CLASS OF 1964

Theresa Ann Hanna’s mother celebrated her 100th birthday in January.

CLASS OF 1969

Denise Murphy was voted among the top ten Health Care Quality Leaders for 2012. Donna M. Curran Wakeley and husband are having a busy 2012 with the addition of two more grandchildren to keep their first, Kate, company. CLASS OF 1970

Mary Anne Holmes Mannal is grandmother to the first child born to daughter Meredith Mannal Boehringer ’96. CLASS OF 1971

CLASS OF 1965

Helene Mudry Farrell became a grandmother last year with the birth of Elise Helene Luba. CLASS OF 1966

Nancy Marino retired last year from Monroe Township after 27 years. “I now have more time to spend with my 7 grandchildren, go on trips, and do any old thing I want to.”

Margaret Harte Deviney feels blessed to have her girls at home: Maureen ’02 received the Young Alumnae Award from Rosemont College; Mary Frances ’99 started a new job; and Meg ’07 is back in school. Darnell Folks is working for the Department of the Army in Aberdeen, MD, as a Procurement Analyst.

Alumnae News

Miriam Barnett McConeghy ’30 by Ave Glancey (Miriam’s Niece) My aunt Miriam Barnett McConeghy celebrated her 99th birthday last May and attended the Jersey Shore Chapter of the Alumnae Association’s Annual Mass and luncheon in June. As everyone was congratulating her with birthday greetings and gifts, she simply said “What’s all the fuss about?” Miriam brought her cherished yearbook which contains many lovely comments from classmates such as: “To the dearest pal I ever had” – Eleanor Bailey “To Miriam – The pal of all her classmates” – Ann Marie Bennis “Love, success and happiness to the Best Pal Ever” – Emily Dean (Thus, the name of Miriam’s 2nd daughter, Emily Murphy. Her 1st daughter’s name is Miriam) Miriam was selected to be the Dragon in their play that year so additional comments referenced this: “Miriam: The Best Dragon” – Marion Kelly “To the Animal in our Senior Class!” – Katherine Kennedy “Love to the Vicious Dragon” – Delores Mellon

CLASS OF 1972

CLASS OF 1975

Marcia Lieb Cassidy and her husband celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary in September. They have 5 children and 7 grandchildren.

Elizabeth Carter-Burton is a good example of “it’s never too late to continue learning.” Married with three children and a full-time employee in the Otolaryngology Dept. of Temple University’s School of Medicine, Elizabeth will return to school at Temple University next spring. Debbie Myers Sparks is grandmother to Liam, newborn to daughter Lauren Sparks Fulforth ’03 and husband Bill (son of Hallahan’s vice president Cloe O’Grady). “All are healthy and quite happy.”

CLASS OF 1974

Deborah Johnson Chomiszewski and her husband celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary in September. Son Anthony married Jonene Babula last year and live in Harrisburg. Son William is a Safety Consultant for Dupont and lives in Wilmington.

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CLASS OF 1981

Patricia Winn Drake and husband Larry, married for 20 years with four daughters and three granddaughters, traveled from coast to coast, but finally settled in the corn country of central Illinois.

Carolyn Maiden Ruffing is a registered nurse at the University of Rochester’s Cancer Center. She and husband, Chuck, have been married 25 years and have two children: Claire, a foreign service officer with the U.S. State Department, and Tom, a chef. “Though we live in Rochester, NY, Philadelphia will always be home.”

Elizabeth Konowal Coyle is General Manager at IMS Health, a market research company. She has been happily married to husband, Jim, for 23 years. They have two children now in college. Elizabeth is very involved in Healthcare Business Women’s Assn. which supports development of leadership skills for professional women. Judith Schilling Martin is married with two daughters, ages 24 and 20.

Alumnae News

Medicine, Rheumatology, Diabetes and Cardiology. She has been married to husband, Michael, for 7 years and they have a 5-year-old son, Michael Joseph. CLASS OF 1990

Melissa Hart, a teacher in the Archdiocese, and her husband, welcomed second son, Brody, early this year. For Joanne Keenan Hart ’73, Brody is her second grandchild.

CLASS OF 1988

Melissa Powlowski Gabriel, a registered nurse, has been working for the University of Pennsylvania Health System for 20 years. She is now the Nursing Manager for the departments of Internal Medicine, Geriatrics, Sleep

food and gift cards for Thanksgiving and Christmas. CLASS OF 2005

Elizabeth Samarco became engaged to Dan Donohue this spring. She is an accelerated math teacher in St. Agnes/ Sacred Heart School, Hilltown, and Dan is an accountant. They are planning for a wedding in 2013. CLASS OF 2006

Colleen Friel married Joel Stepanik September, 2012.

CLASS OF 1992

Cathy McVey Palmer announces that Honey’s Angels, the charity she runs in her mother’s honor, is officially a non-profit company. In 2011 they provided 165 families with

Michelle Yee graduated from the University of Penn last year and is now in law school in Delaware. “Doing well – Thanks!”

Tell Us Your News! We would love to know what you are doing – a few sentences to keep us up-to-date (attach a separate piece of paper if needed). If you know of a graduate who is not receiving her copy of Footprints, please send her name and address to the address below or call 215-563-8930 ext. 250. PARENTS: If your daughter no longer lives at home, please forward her current mailing address. Name (First/Maiden/Last)

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Return to: Reenie Ednie, Director of Advancement, John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School, 311 North 19th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

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In Memoriam Let us pray for the alumnae listed below who have been called to the Lord. Sarah Lafferty Derham ’26 Mary Dillon Connery ’30 Aspasia Hondras Scheuring ’33 Virginia Barr ’33 Sabina Dowd ’33 Alberta Fry Keenan ’33 Margaret Gaffigan Boyle ’33 Alma Kolbe ’35 Mary Dempsey Flanagan ’35 Margaret Razler McElwee ’36 Marie Beyer McGowan ’36 Margaret Dugery Grinnell ’36 Mary Henkels Lynch ’36 Agnes Coll ’37 Sr. Catherine Ellen Kearney, OSF ’37 Lucy Sasso Migliaccio ’37 Margaret Wynne Schmidt ’37 Helen D. Kelly ’37 Anna Eichhorn Colella ’38 Frances Hanlin Blumenstein ’38 Catherine Harvey Dwyer ’38 Marie Kaucher Gebler ’38 Kathryn McDonnell ’38 Margaret O’Leary ’38 Agnes O’Connor Lake ’38 Helen M. Walsh ’38 Rosemary P. Ward Reineberg ’38 Anne Andris O’Neill ’39 Marian Bradley ’39 Mary Grabon Adair ’39 Veronica Hempsey Shatzer ’39 Mary Monti McGuire ’39 Alma Berry McGinty ’39 Margaret Flanigan Hector ’39 Catherine Woods Miller ’39 Margaret Campbell Caviston ’39 Genevieve Garvey Tater ’40 Mary Klotzbucher Reed ’40 Rita McKinney Burrell ’40 Margaret Reilly Stuart ’40 Mary Hogan Curtin ’40

Lillian McDermott Gabrellas ’40 Catherine Copeland Harrington ’40 Rose Agogino Spiro ’41 Rose Arnone Curlett ’41 Betty Byrns Wilkinson ’41 Jean Smith Al-Greene ’42 Sr. Kathleen McPeak, SSJ ’42 Catherine Perri ’42 Loretta Westervelt Livingston ’42 Eleanor McCartney McIntyre ’43 Mary Ann Sassano Zappa ’43 Agnes H. Zimba ’43 Doris Byers Moffatt ’44 Mary Driscoll ’44 Marie Teresa Kelleher ’44 Regina Conway Kerr ’44 Theresa McCormick Shanahan ’44 Eleanor McLaughlin Wynne ’44 Kathryn Tierney ’44 Mary McDermott Bankard ’45 Berenice O’Donnell Kerrigan ’45 Elizabeth McDevitt Graefe ’45 Mary Galvin Sims ’46 Sr. Celine Agnes Jones ’46 Mary Power Sasso ’46 Agnes Sukany Giampietro ’46 Catherine Cecilia Cardwell Elizabeth Malecka Livewell ’47 Anna Masciantonio Tulskie ’47 Kathleen McGuinn Dougherty ’47 Anna Friel Conners ’48 Dorothy Groves Ford ’48 Catherine Kenney Powell ’48 Jeanette Kinee Andreano ’48 Dolores Lopko Minnear ’48 Julia Patricia O’Malley Lenz ’48 Frances Roff Landgraf ’48 Anne Taulane Ruffenach ’48 Sr. Elizabeth Williams, OSC ’48 Joan Hesser Andux ’48 Sr. Dorothy Regina Tumulty, IHM ’48

Theresa Juliani Juliano ’49 Dolores Riotte Miller ’49 Mary Tiedeken McLaughlin ’49 Rita Driscoll ’50 Anne Field Fausch ’51 Alice Magee Kinney ’51 Dolores Priore Weisman ’51 Dolores Sheekey McCullough ’51 Maryann Anderson Glowacki ’51 Lucy Arces Falcone ’52 Daria Pushkar Shust ’52 Sr. Rita Virginia Ricciuti, OSC ’52 Anne Cervino ’52 Patricia Farrell Everlof ’53 Mary Alice Franklin ’53 Marian Lewis ’53 Marianne Cotshott ’53 Theresa Janik Doroba ’54 Sr. Marie Theresa Del Soldo, FSP ’54 Sr. Anna May McFeeley, OSF ’54 Rosemary Florence Meehan Cook ’54 Doris Rose Paradiso ’55 Dorothy Kelly DeFeo ’56 Kathleen Quirk Regan ’56 Patricia Poulson Dermott ’58 Rosemarie Del Corio ’59 Reba Satterthwaite Green ’60 Carol Ann Axenroth Smith ’60 Marianne Baus Stoudemayer ’61 Eileen Tarpey O’Brien ’61 Arlene Andreoni O’Connor ’62 Adeline Lezoche Magro ’62 Mary Amodio Minuto ’62 Regina Pettit Bradley ’63 Suzanne R. McCarthy Maryann Margaret Hinkle ’64 Mary Legradi Fasti ’64 Yvonne Monroe ’66 Nancy Hoult ’68 Deanna Ancrum ’02

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Faith’s Brightest Beams

Standing on the Shoulders by Joyce Johnson Rouse I am standing on the shoulders of the ones who came before me I am stronger for their courage, I am wiser for their words I am lifted by their longing for a fair and brighter future I am grateful for their vision, for their toiling on this Earth

We are standing on the shoulders of the ones who came before us They are saints and they are humans, they are angels, they are friends We can see beyond the struggles and the troubles and the challenge When we know that by our efforts things will be better in the end Class of 2012, Class Gift Kelli Alsop ’12 Brittney Baron ’12 Anna Betteridge ’12 Nicole Bevan ’12 Imani Brown ’12 Amber Connally ’12 Gabriella Cora ’12 Maggie Tsz Ting Cheung ’12 Gabrielle D’Adamo ’12

Nicolette DelPercio ’12 Kayla Foglia ’12 Natalie Gonzalez ’12 Mary Jaroma ’12 Elizabeth Livingston ’12 Jennifer Marone ’12 Valerie McCusker ’12 Elizabeth Montgomery ’12 Laura Murphy ’12

Tanisha Neal ’12 Sara Nelson ’12 Anrdrea Pellicane ’12 Rebecca Polisi ’12 Kristin Quintile ’12 Marisa Sanchez ’12 Gabrielle Sautner ’12 Ms. Victoria Schad ’12 Tyeriah Smith ’12

Michelle Spencer ’12 Alaina Stewart ’12 Mary Strickland ’12 Jasmine Urena ’12 Vanessa Yuan ’12 Shirley Wright ’12 Minmin Lu ’12 Elizabeth Yohannes ’12 Lovely Rawls ’12

Members of the Class of 2012 make their way to the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul for the Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement.

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Annual Report of Giving Partners in the Mission

Hallahan Heritage Circle

$25,000 and above

$1,500 – $2,499

Estate of Mary Ellen C. Dougherty ’43 Estate of William F. Connolly, Jr. John W. Hallahan Alumnae Association

Renatta Metkowski ’56 Geraldine Julia Swift ’63 Deborah DeLisi Sasso ’70 Catherine Walsh Sidewater ’70 Rosemary Kashlak Newman ’78 Estate of Robert H. Agnew Eileen M. Berens, Ph.D. Bridge Educational Foundation, Inc. Connelly Foundation Eileen Aubry Lukomski ’44 Scholarship Pennsylvania Family Institute Richard Petrucco Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Sisters of St. Joseph Welcome Center St. Francis Inn Children’s Education Fund

Mary McMichan Founders Circle $10,000 – $24,999 Elaine Maloney ’57 Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools

The President’s Circle $5,000 – $9,999 Helen Santry Shields ’48 Christine Crawford Lacey Gallagher Memorial Scholarship Fund Northeast Catholic Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. Hallahan Alumnae South Jersey Chapter T. James Kavanagh Foundation Inc.

The Principal’s Circle $2,500 – $4,999 Mary Mackey Cain ’41 Class of 1956 Geraldine Donahue Lochhead ’65 Patricia Enright Thomas ’68 Mary Ann Basile O’Donnell ’69 Alan Ameche Memorial Foundation GE Foundation Matching Gifts Program Hallahan High School McNamee Scholars Program North Light Community Center Project H.O.M.E.

Blue Ribbon Circle $1,000 – $1,499 Elizabeth Perry McKenna ’41 Ruth Wingel Doyle ’48 Catherine Derrig McManus ’53 Anne Marie Corcoran Gallagher ’56 Marie Zanol Gorman ’56 Eleanor Plonski Slanga ’59 Rose Varga Novak ’61 Francine Hannon DeSantis ’63 Anne Koller Palopoli ’67 Lynne Guerrieri Cahill ’73 Anita Mullen Brodsky ’77 Thomas J. Cahill Estate of Joseph Fred Ihle Freddy Adams Academic Scholarship Fund Genos Steaks, Inc. Albert A. Godlewski Kevin M. Harkins

Henkels & McCoy, Inc. Irene M. Carlson ’43 Scholarship John Redmond Memorial Tournament Mary K. Kilpatrick Virginia L. McDonald Patricia A. McGuire Neducsin Community Scholarship The Curry Foundation Inc.

Angel of Hallahan Club $500 – $999 Mary Katherine Schubert Denny ’36 S. Mary T. Gruber ’39 Dolores Delahunty Hamilton ’48 Roseanne Millett Wolf ’54 Class of 1955 Barbara Quinn Abbott ’56 Joyce Ogborn McKeon ’56 Dolores Barbieri ’57 Patricia Regan Phillips ’58 Rita Collins ’59 Patricia Bayne Crowley ���59 Mary Egan Daly ’60 Kathryn Ann Stanbach Donnelly ’61 Mary Anne Savidge Harris ’61 Margaret Kober Weinsier ’65 Dolores Lukomski ’67 Denise DeSumma Kassekert ’69 Teresa McMahon Bongiovanni ’73 Mary E. Kirby ’73 Joann Camm ’87 Dana Giangreco Luca ’93 AOH Divison 1 Beneficial Bank Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Maloney Matthew Holmes Scholarship Fund John T. McGrath, Jr. Merck Company Foundation Penguin Industries, Inc. Pirolli Printing Co., Inc.

Anthony Polselli Blanche Pupkiewicz ’42 Gregory C. Rodden The Second Street Polish Society The Vendemmia Foundation TSP Scholarship Fund

Blue & White Circle $250 – $499 Dolores Bentzel Kleinfelder ’38 Catherine Kennedy Haugh ’40 Mildred Sannutti Leonard ’42 Rose Harbison Stipe ’42 Victoria Adelizzi ’43 Josephine DiLemmo Edwards ’43 Annette Martini Borgia ’45 Kathleen Hanlon Chorlton ’45 Marie Fitzpatrick Rigney ’45 Madeleine Spause Donnelly ’48 Constance Carr Link ’48 Marie Glennon Hohenwarter ’49 Mary Evans Short ’49 Helen Pierce Butler ’50 Annette Giglio Pettineo ’51 Anne Connolly Zielinski ’51 Constance Bonner Ditto ’52 Mary Norton Meehan ’53 Roseann Baselice Myers ’53 Elizabeth Mary Norris ’53 Marie Sabelli Tomasso ’53 Agnes Stratton Perkins ’54 Geraldine James Swindells ’54 Frances De Maio Kelly ’57 Marlene O’Donnell Krause ’57 Mary Steckert Mulholland ’57 Bernice Soban Hoffman ’58 Loretta Padlo Baronowski ’59 Elizabeth Walsh Lannon ’59 Eileen Sullivan McMurrer ’60 Rita Walsh Toften ’60 Laura Ann Berlangieri James ’61

550 Club Winners July 2011 Mary Quinn Toy ’53 August 2011 Regina Okulski Schuyler ’48 September 2011 Bernice Ryzinski Reilly ’53

October 2011 Jeanette Long Daniels ’45 November 2011 Connie Zwigaitis Cekaitis ’42 December 2011 Helen Wilkinson McLaughlin ’44

January 2012 Pat Bischoff Proses ’64 February 2012 Barbara Lambert Rowan ’59 March 2012 Peggy Bell Evans ’60

April 2012 Mary Jane Hupka Muldoon ’57 May 2012 Margaret Troiano ’53 June 2012 Eva Yedman Vitello ’60

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Blue & White Circle (continued) Catherine Lawlor Long ’61 Frances Cichocki Zarzecki ’61 Jane Nace Hopkinson ’62 Nancy Kazmierski MacHenry ’62 Ann Cummings Kerns ’63 Eileen Barth Dendall ’64 Margaret West Kiefski ’66 Elizabeth Varga McMullen ’66 Leonora Koscielniak Jenkins ’67 MaryAnne Holmes Mannal ’70 Rosemarie Murphy Asamura ’71 Madelyn Gerulsky DiBella ’71 Anna Marie Golden ’71 Claire Kramer ’71 Anne McGee McLaughlin ’71 Bernadette Kerrigan Strange ’72 Geraldine Dever ’73 Denise Opiela ’76 Donna Toliver ’76 Susan Shields Dudek ’79 Kathleen Melady ’79 Ann Gannon Keane ’81 Ana Mai Wong Trainor ’82 Kathryn Hoban Flood ’85 Melissa Pawlowski Gabriel ’88 Kathleen Wiant O’Connor ’88 Nicole Rapone McGrath ’94 Kristie M. Dailey ’95 Patricia Barton Patricia Biello Mariann Bonnewitz Competitor Group, Inc. Joseph T. Miller Co. Inc. James & Denise Kane Matrix Maintenance Supply, LLC Paula Parker Anthony Poselli St. John The Baptist The ACE INA Foundaton Matching Gifts Program Ellen Toomey Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Barry and Sandra Young

Loyalty Club $100 – $249 Natalie Fox Entz ’00 Maureen Deviney ’02 Margaret Stewart ’04 Mary McCloskey Brockway ’32 Agnes Fox Hirschmann ’33 Margaret Guinan Heppler ’35 Jane Feltowicz Szczepaniak ’35 Louise Liebel ’37 Bernadette Hayes Butler ’38

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Anna Marie Smith D’Orazio ’39 Margaret Mary Byrnes ’40 Sarah Hodson Connor ’40 Catherine Gauker ’40 Anne Connors McCracken ’40 Teresa Widenbauer Rogosky ’40 Veronica McCloskey Meyers ’41 Margaret Finney O’Brien ’41 Constance Zwigaitis Cekaitis ’42 Mary Queenan Crawford ’42 Claire Rodgers McCarthy ’42 Catherine O’Leary Thompson ’42 Margaret Parker Cancellarich ’43 Eileen Quigley Caulfield ’43 Jane Gormley Dowling ’43 Mary Cowley Kiefner ’43 Roseanne Quigley McElroy ’43 Mildred Denzler O’Boyle ’43 Margaret Carroll O’Neill ’43 Eileen Hayes Pierce ’43 Gloria Felice Russo ’43 Rosemary Yetter Bradley ’44 Nora Loughrey Grogan ’44 Joan Stephens Healy ’44 Margaret Green Igoe ’44 Regina Conway Kerr ’44 Mary Claire O’Keefe McIntyre ’44 Teresa Cifuni Petruzzelli ’44 Regina Hampson Smith ’44 Louise Colonnese ’45 Dolores Dolan Deissler ’45 Chris O’Shea Hayes ’45 Anna Becker Hillman ’45 Grace Mangiaglia Marsini ’45 Rita Marie Mickey ’45 Marie Hunsicker Muller ’45 Carmella Rita Bruno ’46 Dolores Morrow Gruber ’46 Elizabeth Stone McIntyre ’46 Marie Jordan Rush ’46 Helen Brancato Viggiano ’46 Esther McElroy Bauder ’47 Dolores McManus Bonner ’47 Elizabeth Loughlin Garland ’47 Doris Meenan Getzler ’47 Mary Mitchell Gorski ’47 Grace McDonald McGinn ’47 Theresa Glennon Prescott ’47 Mary Long Shea ’47 Anna Masciantonio Tulskie ’47 Cecilia Moy Hing Yep ’47 Margaret Keller Braunstein ’48 Helen Kuslis Cembruch ’48 Connie Dabbundo Clark ’48 Elizabeth Collins ’48 Dorothy Gomez Gomes ’48 Liberta D’Ambrosio Guarini ’48 Caroline Cornman Hack ’48

Carolyn Weiler Hochstuhl ’48 Constance Gallagher Roddy ’48 Elizabeth dePlato Saburn ’48 Constance Gallagher Sendlinger ’48 Marie Polo Terruso ’48 Dr. Rita Ciotti Altman ’49 Mary Jane Allen Butler ’49 Anne Carey Cassidy ’49 Marie Giorgio Conway ’49 Catherine Burke Dalin ’49 Bernice Eichhorn ’49 Joan Maggioncalda Ernst ’49 Elizabeth Kurth Falcone ’49 Catherine Moylan Griffith ’49 Dolores Welsh Narducci ’49 Marguerite Rutledge Thivierge ’49 Dorothy Finn Urbansky ’49 Philomena DeGeorge Batschelet ’50 Cecilia Stirling Campbell ’50 Anna Mizii Chillemi ’50 Josephine Davey ’50 Dorothy Fountain Dillon ’50 C. Joan Feola Kilpatrick ’50 Kathryn Smith LoBiondo ’50 Antoinette Perri Mullin ’50 Helen McNichol Newby ’50 Kathleen Gallagher Powers ’50 Margaret Mary Robinson ’50 Leonora Parrillo Thurber ’50 Dolores Edwards Walsh ’50 Martha Rigone Gallagher ’51 Regina Cush Gaul ’51 Caroline Sagan Morgenthaler ’51 Catherine Brennan Oswald ’51 Julia Graham Roberto-Rocco ’51 Margaret Kemme Santangelo ’51 Catherine Weston Walsh ’51 June Wagner Whinney ’51 Bernadette Connelly Celino ’52 Margaret Sullivan Heineman ’52 Grace Dougherty Holsworth ’52 Frances Flanagan Hurley ’52 Rosemarie Fenning Jankewicz ’52 Helen Morris Kleschick ’52 Margaret Lewis ’52 Rose Rowan Marinaro ’52 Mary Kirby McKenna ’52 Catherine O’Donnell Miller ’52 Kathleen Bonner Pirolli ’52 Catherine Somers Reardon ’52 Elizabeth Ridolfi Schaffer ’52 Isabel Short ’52 Patricia Andris Walsh ’52 Rosetta Maloney Webster ’52 Carol Capra Adams ’53 Helen Fenton Bohannon ’53 Marie Boffa Carnabuci ’53 Mary Ellen Cornett Dorner ’53

Lisa Lupinacci Keane ’53 Mary Jane Kozuba Lynch ’53 Patricia Smith McGrail ’53 Joan Carney McKenna ’53 Patricia Munsell McMahon ’53 Theresa Wade Meehan ’53 Shirley Watts Neri ’53 Bernice Ryzinski Reilly ’53 Dorothy Mackin Romans ’53 Dina Medori Wright ’53 Loretta Hildebrand Alspach ’54 Marianne Painter Brady ’54 Marie DeMarco Camoratto ’54 Jane Barr Concannon ’54 Nancy Bender Finley ’54 Patricia Cornell Fischetti ’54 Joan Higgins Hogan ’54 Maureen Holt Koestler, R.N. ’54 Eileen Collins Kuvlesky ’54 Marie Volandt Lutz ’54 Joan Miriam McVey ’54 Eleanor Sadler Moore ’54 Mary McCort Phayre ’54 Theresa Mariani Porcellini ’54 Anna Friend Taylor ’54 Celia Faraldo Tiernan ’54 Dora Vardaro ’54 Edith Mehaffey Wenzell ’54 Joan Chinchuk Zielinski ’54 Jorina Ahmed ’55 Bernice Beier Clancy ’55 Mary Finn Corlies ’55 Frances Di Orio Cunningham ’55 Kathleen Gallagher Fritz ’55 Margaret Mirra Holback ’55 Rita Mae McElwee Lawler ’55 Anastasia Brett Lawlor ’55 Lucy Mary Marini ’55 Catherine McCullough Miraflor ’55 Dr. Rosalie Ghilardi Mirenda ’55 Mary Allen Ruskowski ’55 Mary McCotter Schmidt ’55 Barbara Swider ’55 Georgina Pinto Terrizzi ’55 Marie Menna Trivelli ’55 Helen Koob Walsh ’55 Patricia O’Connor Bierman ’56 Roberta Sireci Brancato ’56 Catherine Schofield Carlin ’56 Maureen Gillooly Giacchino ’56 Rose Marie Toner Goodyear ’56 Florence Fetterolf Hall ’56 Antoinette Falcone Kaufman ’56 Mary Cooney Kelly ’56 Patricia McGovern Kling ’56 Marie Waring Mengel ’56 Patricia Mulhall ’56 Marjorie Murray ’56


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Ann Carpenter Reese ’56 Elizabeth Schaeneman Schmeltzer ’56 Mary Mehan Sommers ’56 Mary McLaughlin Van Etten ’56 Dorothy Shields Wines ’56 Patricia McNamee Wotypka ’56 Elizabeth Tyler Allen ’57 Marie Climaldi Brown ’57 Elizabeth Erdwein Effinger ’57 Sandra Picone Fisher ’57 Anna Mount Graven ’57 Regina Iorio Herman ’57 Joanna Majewski ’57 Cecilia Winoski Miller ’57 Ann DiBiase Mooney ’57 Mary Ann Giunta Nave ’57 Lucille Andruskevich Sanders ’57 Patricia Berry Wieckowski ’57 Helen Delaney Fowler ’58 Joan Kasper Goodwin ’58

Nancy Vogt Deviney ’60 Patricia Farrell Erwin ’60 Agnes Ammlung Harley ’60 Regina Joka ’60 Therese Joyce ’60 Jeanette Knoll McElrone ’60 Elizabeth Reilly McKillip ’60 Eleanor Watson Nicastro ’60 Sheila Harlen Phelan ’60 Martha Burczewski Portland ’60 Helena Chomentowski Salvatore ’60 Helen Schafer ’60 Joyce Hanlon Streibig ’60 Darlene Woody Taylor ’60 Eva Yedman Vitello ’60 Joanne Frances Zupon ’60 Geraldine Bukowski Abel ’61 Margaret Ryan Altomare ’61 Rosemarie McMahon Beck ’61 Joan Klemmer Behm ’61

Barbara Lonsdale Macauley ’58 Margaret McEntee ’58 Constance McCann Merkel ’58 Sara Kennedy O’Donnell ’58 Patricia Benson Reis ’58 Elizabeth Russell Stahl ’58 Arlene Korytowski Urbanski ’58 Carol Harvey Alpigini ’59 Grace Flood Conner-Cohill ’59 Rita Zitter Fitzpatrick ’59 Irene Daily Flemming ’59 Ada Seddon Glanzmann ’59 Sara Gaffney Gorschboth ’59 Maureen Daniels Lamont ’59 Marianne Tepper Mulholland ’59 Alfreda Wiercinski Novak ’59 Barbara Lambert Rowan ’59 Frances Harrington Tuono ’59 Diane Deppenschmidt Capone ’60

Jean Schillaci Brueggeman ’61 Agnes Bischoff Burns ’61 Patricia Szatny Corley ’61 Eileen Callahan Erikson ’61 Mary McHugh Gallagher ’61 Salina Jordan Gary ’61 Margaret Mary Lynch Hagan ’61 Eileen Bradley Henry ’61 Irene Zygmont Kafel ’61 Joan Strenger Kateiva ’61 Eileen McHugh Mahoney ’61 Joan McCann Maloney ’61 Theresa Juliana Miller ’61 Elizabeth Volack Wdzieczkowski ’61 Bernadette Hughes Wertley ’61 Frances Destafney Wilkins ’61 Delia Jeffers Wright ’61 Marion DeStefano Zingle ’61 G. Kathryn Yarbough Anderson ’62

Joan Markey Bowie ’62 Margaret Doyle Curry ’62 Marion Gaffney Diel ’62 Madeline Hawley Heaney ’62 Patricia Wills Henneberry ’62 Frances Spodobalski Martin ’62 Mary Jane Lyons McMullin ’62 Nancy Ann Padlo ’62 Theresa Korytowski Rosenberg ’62 Mary Ann Martilik Silva ’62 Eileen Glancey Tepper ’62 Eileen Rowan Uhrik ’62 Kathleen Tarpey Volack ’62 Zane Robinson Wolf ’62 Marilyn Colfer Brennan ’63 Eugenia Buczynskyi Dobron ’63 Joanne Stockmal Durkin ’63 Patricia Molter Gerber ’63 Patricia Gillard Heisse ’63 Mary Canning Hillock ’63 Clare Marie Karabasz ’63 Nora Little ’63 Sarah Smallberger McCloskey ’63 Kathleen Dunne McCoy ’63 Pauline Ferrero Polek ’63 Patricia Walsh Wargocki ’63 Ruth Kelly Durnin ’64 Theresa Ann Hanna ’64 Patricia Bischoff Proses ’64 Claire McManus Turner ’64 Joanne Cylc Bera ’65 Mary Dammer ’65 Helene Mudry Farrell ’65 Paula Jennings Kane ’65 Margaret McNamara McIlhenney ’65 Teresa Ravert ’65 Marie McGowan Torrence ’65 Joanne Blickos Farrell ’66 Margaret Gallagher Dianne Seamans Kitz ’66 Catherine Hemphill Kohler ’66 Maureen Hare Luschini ’66 Theresa Rossiter ’66 Eileen Kerr Stolzer ’66 Jacqueline Heine Trainor ’66 Patricia Donnelly Walsh ’66 Myra Heggs Young ’66 Barbara Nast Conroy ’67 June Morgan Foster ’67 Josephine Madej ’67 Rita McCloskey Miziorko ’67 Patricia Alexander Saunders ’67 Maureen Milligan Seltner ’67 Patricia Anne Caldwell ’68 Vera Demchenko ’68 Stephanie Slawinski Erdman ’68 Eileen Kelly ’68 Elizabeth Wade Nendza ’68

Jeanette Malloy Schwartzburt ’68 Susan Eastburn ’69 Joanne Rybczynski Friel ’69 Lucille Murray Kraus ’69 Nancy Goodman Moule ’69 Denise Murphy ’69 Kathleen Szklanka Stackhouse ’69 Frances Mignon Tessier ’69 Donna Curran Wakeley ’69 Eileen M McCafferty DiFranco ’70 Colleen Fahey ’70 Eileen McLaughlin Kupniewski ’70 Helen Kaminski Ovecka ’70 Joanne Suters Bochanski ’71 Clare Coleman ’71 Sarah Cranney ’71 Darnell Folks ’71 Mary Tinneny Reed ’71 Linda Marrone Romanowski ’71 Marcia Lieb Cassidy ’72 Kathleen Slater Caulfield ’72 Donna Ewald McCullough ’72 Sandra Wills Morrissey ’72 Mary Lee Previni ’72 Virginia Muller Roberts ’72 Marianne Pester Streisel ’72 Dawn Bamford Valeo ’72 Anne Marie Kozul Boyle ’73 Madalene Canevari Bryan ’73 Kathleen McCarthy Dougherty ’73 Kathleen Krayger ’73 Lorraine McLaughlin Lech ’73 Veronica O’Connor ’73 Nancy Stewart Smith ’73 Suzanne McLaughlin White ’73 Patricia Rocks Babiarz ’74 Dolores Dunn Bartolanzo ’74 Deborah Johnson Chomiszewski ’74 Deborah Maxim Walsh ’74 Helene Connelly Breslin ’75 Kathleen Connor Krier ’75 Denise Ryan Murphy ’75 Loretta Mazzarella Nass ’75 Kathleen Flack Smith ’75 Ann Dugan DelCarlino ’76 Cheryl Haeberlein ’76 Mary Dolan McConnell ’76 Rosemary Robinson Pall ’76 Deborah Myers Sparks ’76 Jacqueline Sullivan ’76 Elizabeth Konowal Coyle ’77 Margaret Pelullo Goldschmidt ’77 Anne Hassett Harlacker ’77 Patricia Murphy Onopchenko ’77 Denise Burzacki Palkon ’77 Denise Hunter Speranza ’77 Barbara Vetter Federici ’78 Judith Palkon-Millar ’78

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Loyalty Club (continued) Frances Kozul D’Orazio ’79 Diane Capella Bennett ’80 Nina Millhouse Dutill ’80 Ann Marie Ferki ’80 Dorothyann Gleason ’80 Susan Melnick Swider ’80 Catherine Price ’81 Kelley Cubbin Gardner ’82 Lisa Salmela Breslin ’83 Germaine Shields Westerfer ’83 Linda Vendy Levans ’84 Ann Sokorai ’84 Lori Imperatore Brown ’85 Mary Ann Fauerbach ’85 Elisa Marino Redican ’85 Erin Gallagher Capriotti ’87 Candice Holohan ’87 Anne Sheeron Karpin ’87 Pamela Zakrzewski LoBiondo ’88 Mary Beth Oates ’89 Maureen Keller ’90 Cathy McVey Palmer ’92 Joy Maloney Kimbrell ’93 Margaret M. Reilly ’94 Aimee L. Zakrzewski ’94 AFS Business Analysis and Testing Teams Airkem Professional Products

Michelle Beachy Howard D. Curlett, III James Curtin Mr. & Mrs. Vincent D’Ambrosio Virginia S. Debuvitz Rev. Stephen H. Paolino Maria Sawick Kathleen M. Sharp

Friend of Hallahan Contributing Up to $99

Marie Schibo Parson Sr. Theresa Pasquarello, DHM Mary Higgins Runzer Marie Farrell Schneider

Class of 1940 Sr. Patricia Corkery, RSM Doris Becker Cotter Nancy Lindsay Smith Anna Ross Walsh

Class of 1941

Alice Fearn Hayes Y. Lonnie Finizio Mattia

Adelina Guerra Arroyo Rita Cardona Green Marian McShea Horan Margaret Schreffler Kershes Catherine Brinkman Smith Betty Byrns Wilkinson

Class of 1936

Class of 1942

Class of 1934 Elisabeth Lineman Wilson

Class of 1935

Sr. Eleanor Francis Filist, OSF Theresa Fischer Halvey Catherine McCool LeBlanc

Class of 1938 Loretta Riff Bornak Marie Conway Dorothy Roletter Dunne Sr. M Agnes Loretta Ford, RSM Elizabeth Duffy Johnson Regina Bender Larkin Anne Wynne Martin

Sr. Mary Teresa Carmichael, OSF Helen Koerner Corrigan Philomena Ricchini D’Orazio Irene Duffin Farrell Kathryn Moser Helen Mullane Nescio Jeanne Callaghan Wisniewski

Class of 1943 Sr. Corda Marie Bergbauer, OSF Hannah Lombardo Colombo Josephine DiLemmo Edwards Theresa Falcone Margaret Jeffries Eleanore Urbonas Kamarauskas Patricia McKeaney Kelly Margaret McFadden Lee Margaret Getz Malloy Rosemary McCloskey Ries Sr. Mary Manetto Ruocchio, OSF Margaret Moran Velykis

Class of 1944

Anheuser-Busch Foundation Aria Health Auxiliary Micki Beachy Joseph J. Bradley Bridget Foy’s Joseph M. Brogan, DMD Cannstatter Volkfest Verein William D. Cummings

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Grace Dreher Pounder Frances Skavicus Tolan Helen Sweeney Turney

Class of 1939 Letitia Mancuso Archbold Mary Cruice Costello Winifred Hammond Maguire Catherine Hesser Oswald

Teresa Heisse Crawford Margaret O’Hara Dowdall Therese DiLemmo Iannuzzi Marie Widenbauer Johnson Margaret Auble Killen Theresa McKenna Malloy Antoinette Pappa Max Catherine Walton McBeth Catherine O’Neill McKee Cecilia Lippincott McPeak Gladys I. Sauls Irene Mora Scherle

Class of 1945 Ann Sweeney Boyle Jeannette Long Daniels Elizabeth Norkis Galyean

Anna Cawley Herman Mary Murphy Kinee Alice Lyman Lieb Alma Merenda Sr. Ida Nicklas Gloria Farrell Sandusky Dolores Allegra Stefano

Class of 1946 Margaretta O’Donnell Bodnar Mary Quinn Brindisi Theresa McMullen Brown Ann Frierson Coneys Margaret Boland Donnelly Margaret Callahan Dorsey Dolores Connor Lanigan Dorothy Victoria Lopko Margaret McKenna Murphy Mary Ousey Mary McFadden Taggert Lois Crosson Wagner Anne Tritschler Yorio

Class of 1947 Esther McElroy Bauder Ruth Maggioncalda Bruno Jane Merrigan Butler Martha Bird Eastburn Catherine Fry Joan Thompson Houlihan Marie Porreca Massimiano Catherine Stewart Murphy Biruta Bundonis Robinson

Class of 1948 Concetta Cocciardi Brignola Mary Byrnes Christina Cioci Connie Dabbundo Clark Catherine Halbherr Davis Sr. Helene Mary Degres, IHM Elizabeth Quinn Duffy Dolores McGlone Dugan Carmela Falcone Frances Rovnan Gallagher Caroline Cornman Hack Dolores Rotkiewicz Hall Eleanor Fratrik Krkoska Gloria Maeso Laino Louise Leslie Leahy Dolores Tomlinson Mann Idamae Stephenson Massey Eleanor Matsko Catherine Kutschera McGlinn Dorothy Lunn McNally Rosemary Moore Rachela Mascioli Pilla Winifred Higgins Pinkl Regina Wixted Reilly


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Irene Kleschick Samoni Regina Okulski Schuyler Anna Kelly Senske Marion Walsh Town Josephine Marcellina Vardakas

Class of 1949 Anne Carey Cassidy Claire Collins Collier Katherine Lehane Farrell Marie Philipps Griffin

Elizabeth Barr Magnotta Theresa Horan Malloy Esther Freeman McMullen Lucille Capaldi Migatz Claire McPartland Moore Helen McNichol Nearby Elizabeth McGinty Smith Winifred Bischoff Sontag Irene Sulik Irene Siergiej Taylor

Josephine McCaffrey Derago Sr. Patricia Doherty, SSJ Patricia McKnight Dougherty Elizabeth Kish Finnerty Anita Foody Mary Mullin Gallagher Jennie Kozlowska Green Patricia Hare Hee Margaret Sullivan Heineman Sr. Josephine Hynes, RSM Sarah Dougherty Leahan Sr. Maureen McCann, RSM Sister Miriam Eileen Murray, OSF Winifred Callahan O’Connor Viola Wambold Speer Elizabeth Grubb Stahl Joyce Therwanger Walker Frances Lucas Weinhardt

Class of 1953

Eleanor Krueger Guerra Diane D’Ambrosio Judge JoAnn Mangraviti Marchesani Catharine Knapp McNally Elizabeth Jennings McVaugh Rose O’Reilly Miller Carol Hannigan Ryan Jean Ferrante Spadaro Mary Ruan Thomer Janet Sullivan Varrone-Sabato Mary Zappasodi Waselus Rita Acciavatti Zippi

Class of 1950 Dolores Verdi Alvini Marguerite Burke Bukowski Evelyn Capaldi Mary Muraglia Carnall Grace Slavin Casey Dorothy Fox Correll Jeanne Loehr Coughlin Helen Tobin Courtney Antoinette Caggese Dalessandro Mary McLaughlin Dean Mary Alice Hahn Dominick Jean Gaynor Ebinger Helen McElroy Eells Florence Carpinella Giarrocco Kathleen Marasco Gillard C. Joan Feola Kilpatrick Janet Gallagher Kipp

Mary Allan Taylor Mary Ellen McIlhenny Tierney Kathleen Tobin Marie Price Urbanski

Class of 1951 Dolores Kurfuerst Adams Carole Bubeck Boyle Lillian Mulroney Cannon Margaret Mullin Conway Claire Kolmann Danhardt Sr. Mary Agnes Donnelly, RSM Grace Belperio Forster Martha Rigone Gallagher Regina Cush Gaul Maryann Bisciotti Gillane Patricia Hinphey Keller Marion Kochs Malloy Elizabeth Kehoe Mooney Geraldine Rossi Nagy Annette Giglio Pettineo Winifred Bubeck Quinn Sr. Marcus Streibig, OSF Carmela DeBellis Swipes Eleanor Groves Thompson

Class of 1952 Diane Zebrowski Allbee Therese O’Donnell Burger Bernadette Connelly Celino Anne Marie Hilferty Connelly

Nina Pantaleo Bartolomeo Mary Theresa Bell Rita DeFusco Bitner Margaret Kotz Conese Mary Bonner Craig Catherine Reilly D’Imperio Jean DeArchangelo Fulginiti Mary Ann Kelly Gardner Patricia O’Mara Griffin Margaret Sontag McCann Madeline Allen McGrory Rose Mary Nardello Mingone

Class of 1954 Mary Jones Barlick May McGarrigle Boland Marie O’Donnell Bracht Mary Ann Barcius Burch Dolores Adams Burke Theresa Vinciguerra Canuso Sr. Clare Catherine Carty, OSF Rita Coppola Cerrato Margaret Wood Donohue Theresa Janik Doroba Dorothy Meighan Hogan Helen Jones Mary “Pat” Murtha Kennedy Sr. Mary Peter Kerner, OSF Marie Kelley Kinsinger Margaret Toal LaCorte Eileen Foxhill McGlone Sr. Anita Cecilia Mellon, SSJ Elaine Mellwig Overholt Louise Mizii Parente Eileen Toland Pollick Doris Flood Rapone Sr. M. Carmela Sandusky, RSM Susan DeMasi Slevenski Alice Meech Sonzogni

Helen Hartranft Sullivan

Class of 1955 Rita Tarquinio Calabrese Patricia Kilgarriff Coan Lucy Baldassarre Dunbar Dolores Calabrese Flynn Sr. Barbara Gallagher, OSF Regina V. Gillard Patricia McGuinn Grant Eleanor Malinowski Harkins Rita Donohue Johnson Roberta Blavat Lawit Ann McTeague Lawson Rosemary Certo Montagno Regina Elliott Moroski Elizabeth Perri O’Connell Rita Marchesani Olson Alice Kenney Reed Barbara Russell Spadaccini Frances Taormina Tomasura Marie Menna Trivelli Mary Slanga Waldeck Margaret McCabe Ward Kathleen McDonald Whitehead Margaret O’Gara Zeltner Maria Musumeci Zinni

Class of 1956 Mary Ann Lupinetti Alfonsi Mary Cellini Cepparulo Margaret Blaney Clark Maryann Zinney Cornwall Barbara Frame Donnelly Vena Naimoli D’Ortona Margaret Maxwell Dovell Dolores Deal Driscoll Margaret Brinkman Eichenhofer Elizabeth Burke Faulkner Rita Musso Garczynski Mary Walsh Gillard Mary Jane Sheridan Kehoe Dolores Dezii Kreal Marie Marino Marucci Marie Waring Mengel Roseann DeFulio Nikolich Carmel Corica Petrowsky Mary Herron Prinzo Anne McBride Rittenhouse Margaret Mulholland Rodgers Anna Mae Tarpey Smith Kathleen McMenamin Voelmle

Class of 1957 Maria Sacco Berry Antoinette Conte Betz Barbara Esch Ciarrocchi Dolores Oscilowski Czaplicki

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Friend of Hallahan (continued) Rita Alleborn Eckardt Florence Smedile Fragala Theresa Ball Kozak Stella Ryzinski Mallon Marion Mazzotta Rita Cori O’Malley Ann DeBiase Mooney Jacqueline Tordella Pirolli Minerva Houser Wiggins

Class of 1958 Nancy Pomponi Bennett Patricia Bieniek Bowie Kathryn McAnany Conlow Frances Vivino Cusanek Judith Steele Dougherty Catherine Lubatty Evans Elizabeth Curran Gaasche Marie Morris Lamaina Catherine McGrath Leon-Colan Joan Dawson Norris Joanne McGowan Roche Estelle Kelly Schmutte Elizabeth Graff Tumelty Margaret Auch Watson Rose Pastore Wright

Class of 1959 Charlotte Dormer Acerenza Madeline Beerschank Barnes Dolores Alek Brennan Frances Valecce Casey Ernestine Frisby Chavous Elaine Viscusi Ciesielka Barbara Gerwin Colfer Mary Jowell Conrad

Irene Dolly Flemming Ruth Duffy Floirendo Barbara Lindenhofen Gallen Frances Hanlon Hagstotz Mary Ann Gorman Hatton Helen Moss Hillanbrand Anna Martin Landis Catherine McCloskey Leans Lorraine O’Donnell Moore Marianne Tepper Mulholland Judith Ann Convery Schaal E. Bettye Tiedeken Schoffler Jeanette Schufreider Schoppet Frances Harrington Tuono Rita Walker

Class of 1960 Sandra Spirito Bonazza Barbara Matekovic Brown Marie Wilson Campanile Rosemary McArdle Czaplicki Christine Hayes Drea Alice Morris Guld Joan Sommers Hilton Barbara Johnson Hood Eleanor Greco Kirbyson Lois Curti Kittredge Madeline Marcolongo Koscinski Jeanette Knoll McElrone Catherine Benton Moody Patricia Henry Reilly Carol Ann Axenroth Smith Darlene Woody Taylor Sheila O’Kane Werkley

Class of 1961 Rosemarie McMahon Beck Mary Jane Foley Wojeck

Class of 1962 Mary Mower Brignola Joyce Sommerseth Curran Patricia Flaherty Diane Zimmerman Gourley Eileen Brown Gross Rita Richardson Mullowney Barbara Mayne Oldt Mary Ann Martilik Silva Martha Walsh

Class of 1963 Georgeanna Muller Baranyai Margaret Kilcoyne Brennan Rosemary Jacks Hanlon Lorraine Hutchinson Rensman Sarah Zorio Schock Marion Zoccoli Zeller Eileen Cunniff Zornick

Class of 1964 Teresa Cassidy Herycyk Maureen Cherry Majewski Agnes Brown McLaughlin Joan Riviello Reilly Irene Katzianer Schneider Winona Wise

Class of 1965 Joan Budzitowski Eichhorn Heloene Mudry Farrell Geraldine Hess Paula Jennings Kane Anna Fassano McMillan Judith Schoppe Potts Mary Stenn Syrnick

Class of 1966 Dorothy Golden Burton Denise Ann Kearns Curran

Joanne Blickos Farrell Barbara Huseman Grochowski Nancy Kirwin Marino Patricia Ann McGee Gale Robinson Smith Lois Ann Davino Smith Joan Povilaitis Suders

Class of 1967 Maureen Barr Patricia Hutton Cataldi Elizabeth Bonner Cunningham Barbara Glanzmann Hurd Sr. Mary Juliano, SSJ Catherine Leap Linso Dorothy Bukowski Parente Susan Davis Schmidt

Class of 1968 Jo Anne Skierski Daley Anne Houston Fee Laura Kusniesz Maureen McLaughlin Jeanette Malloy Schwartzburt

Class of 1969 Susan Kirk Cathcart Nancy Krier Collins Julia Fornal Diaz Elaine Brown Kradzinski Marjorie Zito McGee Barbara Nesmith Teresa Lucidi O’Brien Bernice Pruski Virginia Clark Speakes Diane Klara Stafford Frances Mignon Tessier

Class of 1970 Donna Baukus Grimes Theresa Mulcahy Hepp Linda Jakubowski Evelyn Jamison Anne Marie Hylan Kimes Janice Pulak Nightlinger Patricia A. Toner Margaret Ebner Wright

Class of 1971 Barbara Basile Donna Griffin Brown Patricia Anne Farren Carr Judith Puscizna Clark Susan Bucalo Houser Johanna Flaton Schmitt Marian Gerulsky Stewart

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Diane LaCorte McLaughlin Deborah Kobalski Skladzien Dawn Bamford Valeo

Class of 1981

Class of 1999

Jeannie Barr

Class of 1973

Patricia Connolly Mary Ginty Feldman Regina Post Pamela Turvey Rycroft

Mary Frances Deviney Jennifer O’Brien Dunn Elizabeth Guano

Deborah Galiczynski Susan Welsh Houlihan Marianne McCafferty Jann Kathleen Krayger Anne Marie McIntyre Malkowski Clare Ryan McAneny Bernadette McKiernan McLaughlin Kathleen Taylor Nolan Irene Ampthor Tori

Class of 1974 Patricia Rocks Babiarz Mary Anne Barr Barbara Tinneny Kopecki Arlene DeAntonis Lepore Margaret Rauscher McBride Mary Ellen Richardson Jeanette Lugrine Scally Laura Sowisdral Schmidt

Class of 1982

Class of 1983 Kathleen Gillard

Class of 1984 Kimberly Olson Magers

Class of 1985 Yolanda Jablonowski Carrozza Diane Rama Susan Krenski Zalis Linda McHale Zimmerman

Class of 1986 Michele Rocco Boyle Joanne Hart Kline Arlicia Short Payne

Class of 1975

Class of 1987

Kathryn LoBiondo Lally Kathleen Martin Murphy Loretta Mazzarella Nass Donna Crescenzo Ryan

Victoria Wolodzko

Class of 1976 Maureen Moran Howard Mary Beth Palkon Krytzer Kathleen Henry Schickling Madeline Bristow Smith-Palombit

Class of 1977 Rose Kershaw Cnudde Claire Aubry D’Arcangelo Judith Boyce Elsesser Sharon Tierney Johnson Judith Schilling Martin Rita Petruzzelli McGrath Patricia Murphy Onopchenko Theresa Hand Ruppenthal Kathleen Dolan Samson

Class of 1978 Anna Armenti Katherine Leo Causey Rose Sowisdral Cohen Barbara O’Connor Teresa Wenzell Zimmaro

Class of 1979

Class of 1988 Holly Gourley Corpus Dolores Waclawski Davis Mary Buschka Hainthaler

Class of 1989 Mary Beth Oates Kim Torres Thomas

Class of 1990 Melissa Hart Shannon Kelly Smith

Class of 1992 Jill McAndrews Coleman Danielle Stratz Kymberly Watkins

Class of 1994 Christina Szewczak Johnston Margaret M. Reilly

Class of 1995 Andrea McCullough Hlobik Elizabeth W. McKillip

Class of 1996 Janet Storonas Grant Patricia Hannigan Ritchie

Susan Shields Dudek Donna Williams Hayes

Class of 1997

Class of 1980

Class of 1998

Dorothyann Gleason Karen Dewan Puleo

Megan Upham Levy Camille Pierre

Melissa Floody DiRado

Class of 2001 Caitlin Farrell Yolanda Chicchi Festa Christina Lally Rosemarie Leone Maureen Reed

Class of 2002 Rachael Gartner Mercedes Walton-Mason Gould Stephanie Roxberry Morawski Laura Stankiewicz

Class of 2004 Michelle Gusovius Claire Nendza

Class of 2005 Alison McNamara

Class of 2009 Mariguel Gonzalez

Friend of Hallahan Charles E. Adler Albert Andux Sr. Christine Anne, IHM Carol Baker ’69 Francesca Bansbach Patricia Berkes Mr. & Mrs. William Bolkus Pamela Bonfiglio, Parent ’07 Joan M. Bornt Erin Buehler Nora Ferry Campbell ’61 Kathleen Carney Catholic Financial Life Kathleen C. Cowden Gabrielle D’Adamo Margaret Fleming Mr. & Mrs. Margaret & William Gale, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William M. Gale James Gaspari Francis M. Gavin Ellen M. Goering Mary Gormley Jill Gregori Francis H. Grill Martin Healey Deborah Healy James P. Healy Kate Daly Francis & Mary-Louise DeHoratius Gira Derise Eileen & Christopher Devenny

Linda Direso John & Gerald Dougherty Linda & Harry Emmel Angela & Michael Hennessey Helen Henry Marie John Holland Mr. & Mrs. David Horger Immaculate Heart of Mary School Jeff Jay John Paul II Regional Home & School Association Dawn DeCwikiel Kane Patricia Maureen Kerrigan Judith A. Klauder Mr. & Mrs. Peter Koway Maureen F. Kupniewski Anne Lang Clare Littel Dot Godlewski Long Mr. & Mrs.Thomas Magee Sr. Marie Michael Maguire Janet McCullough Joan McIlvaine Megan McQuoid Victoria Mellina John J. Mullen Leo & Barbara Mullen Patricia Nardella Joan M. Nyce Gregory O’Brien Maryann Gormley O’Connor Anne & Dan Organ Patricia A. Pacell John Patterson Karen Pinder Pope John Paul II Regional Catholic Athletic Association Linda M. Reichert Gregory Ridgon James Rinier Megan Rodolico Roland L. Rodriguez Elsa Roellig Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Rota Edward J. Rotz Jacqueline M. Ruppert Karen Santo Domingo Anita Savoy Mary A. Schluckebier Christine Burns Scibetta Anna Scirrotto Mary L. Scotti Joanne Setecha Frank M. Scola Clarence Smith Lynne M. Smith William Strahan Mike & Julie Terlesky

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Friend of Hallahan (continued) Joyce Merkel Teti ’61 The Joseph J. Gurcsik Studios, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Towson Tozour Family Foundation Basil Trofe Patricia Trofe Marianne C. Whelan Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Wilkinson James V. Wilkinson Julia Wilkinson Mary Pat Wilkinson Charles R. Wilson Richard Zoog Kathryn Agnew Legend

Faculty, Staff and Administration Sr. Christine Anne, IHM Francesca Bansbach Michelle Beachy Patricia Biello Elaine Ward Favuzzi ’69 Margaret Fleming Margaret Pellulo Goldschmidt ’77 Mary E. Kirby ’73 Megan McQuoid Rev. Stephen H. Paolino Paula Parker Anthony Polselli Megan Rodolico Karen Santo Domingo Maria Sawick Kathleen M. Sharp Sandra R. Young

Marge West Kiefski ’66 Scholarship Francesca Bansbach Michelle Beachy Patricia Biello Erin Brosious Charles Candelora Mary Kate Houlihan Elaine Kady Maryellen Kelly ’73 William Kent Todd J. Kiefski Mary Kirby ’73 Geraldine Donahue Lochhead ’65 Elaine Maloney ’57 Elizabeth Marsh Sr. Maureen McCann RSM ’52 Megan McQuoid Phil Moyer Cloe O’Grady Paula Parker

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Elaine Pellecchia Megan Rodolico Maria Sawick Kathleen M. Sharp Kristin M. Sheridan James Stella Kathleen M. Womelsdorf

Scholarships & Grants Beneficial Bank Bridge Educational Foundation, Inc. Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools Freddy Adams Academic Scholarship Fund Genos Steaks, Inc. Hallahan Alumnae Jersey Shore Chapter Irene M. Carlson ’43 Scholarship John W. Hallahan Alumnae Association Margaret A. Gallagher Scholars Mary F. Harkins Grant Mary Harkins Perret Grant Mary Higgins Riley Scholarship – Bridget Goldlen Mary McDonnell Colgan Scholarship Fund Mary Perrett Harkins Grant Matthew Holmes Scholarship Fund McNamee Scholars Program McNulty Scholarship Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. Northeast Catholic Alumni Project H.O.M.E. Sisters of St. Joseph Welcome Center Sons of Our Lady of Sorrows, Inc. St. Francis Inn Children’s Education Fund T. James Kavanagh Foundation Inc. The Second Street Polish Society The Vendemmia Foundation TSP Scholarship Fund Mary Colgan Scholarship Eileen Aubry Lukomski ’44 Scholarship North Light Community Center Dolores Delahunty Hamilton ’48 Helen Santry Shields ’48 Mary Mackey Cain ’41

In Honor Of Rose Annone Curlett ’41 Howard D. Curlett III Frances F. Messer Joan M. Bornt Sandra R. Young “Happy Birthday” Marilynn Abraham ‘86 Marie Adams

Sr. Maria Benedetta, SSJ Catherine Daly Elaine Ward Favuzzi ’69 Margaret West Kiefski ’66 Mary E. Kirby ’73 Cloe O’Grady Rev. Stephen H. Paolino Sr. Arlene Ronollo, SSJ Karen Santo Domingo Kristin M. Sheridan Michele Woodhouse

In Memory Of Mary E. “Betty” Byrns Wilkinson ’41 Gregory Ridgon Sharon Desmond David Scott James Gaspari Ellen Toomey Aria Health Auxiliary Maureen F. Kupniewski Jill Gregori LeAnn Talbot Mike & Julie Terlesky

Julia Wilkinson Denise Ryan Murphy ’75 Mary Gormley Maryann Gormley O’Connor Diane Moxcey John Killion Gira Derise Gregory O’Brien Mary A. Schluckebier Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Wilkinson William Strahan Linda & Harry Emmel Alice Cannon Kaminski Hill '47 Helen Kaminski Ovecka ’70 Antoinette Mellina Trofe ‘51 Mary L. Scotti Penguin Industries, Inc. Mr. & Mrs James & Karen Lisa ELAP Services, LLC

Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. McNeil Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Towson AFS Business Analysis and Testing Teams Joan M. Nyce John Paul II Regional Home & School Association Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Rota Mr. & Mrs. David Horger Mr. & Mrs. Peter Koway Mr. & Mrs. Vincent D'Ambrosio Mr. & Mrs. William Bolkus Mr. & Mrs. William M. Gale Mr. & Mrs.Thomas Magee Patricia Trofe Pope John Paul II Regional Catholic Athletic Association Victoria Mellina Mr. & Mrs. Margaret & William Gale, Jr. Regina Toffard Brennan ’47 Anna Scirrotto Basil Trofe Agnes Swann McCarthey Jacqueline Heine Trainor ’66

Regina Burke Trainor Jacqueline Heine Trainor ’66 Alberta Fry Keenan Sarah Cranney ’71 Alex Zinni Mary Ann Zinnie Skerda ’47 Anna May Cifuni Lenge ’47 Sister Teresa Cifuni Petruzzelli ’44 Anne Andrus O’Neill ’39 Patricia Andris Walsh ’52 Anne M. Sweeney ’32 Margaret Swiech Anderson ’69 Anne Tierney Claire Gantert Jonas ’43 Bernadette Coyle Ferraiolo ’54 Ann Burns Savage ’54 Catherine Collins Mulligan Regina Voila Barnes ’42


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Dorothy Testa ’80 Joan Gallagher Dougherty ’80 Eleanor “Ellie” Z. Rowan Pamela Zakrzewski LoBiondo ’88 Frances Tyrrell Sullivan ’19 Anne Claire Sullivan ’53 Helen Healy Bachich ’49 Mary Lauriello Greider ’53 John McHenry Margaret Derago McHenry ’48 Marie Garvin Forziati ’54 Helene Connelly Breslin ’75 Marie Martino ’56 Angelina Iannucci Crescenzo ’57 Marion Duggin Gaffney ’37 Marion Gaffney Diel ’62 Sr. Stephanie (Kathleen) Murray, D.O.C. ’38 Mary K. Kilpatrick Marion Morris Bergan ’49 Joan Maggioncalda Ernst ’49 Mary Malvey ’38 Marianne Malvey Yeager ’65 Mary McNelis Patricia McNelis Palmer ’66 Rita Marie Carroll Stine ’98 Mary McDonnell Morris ’52 Sr. Anna May McFeeley, OFS Joan Miriam McVey ’54 Sr. Margaret Bernedette Mary Anne Savidge Harris ’61 Sr. Rita Ricciuti ’52 Kathleen Farrell Long ’52 Sr. Veronica K Williams ’48 Kathleen Farrell Long ’52 Stephen & Dan Gizzie Teresa Pinto Gizzie ’56 Theresa Murphy Denise Murphy ’69 Virginia Jantorno Dwyer ’40 Virginia Dwyer ’62 Ruth Stanton Godlewski Dot Godlewski Long Rita Ryan Engelkes ’37 Mariann Bonnewitz

Rita Haughton Micklow William G. Micklow Regina Pettit Bradley ’63 Joseph J. Bradley Regina Foley Busrn ’38 Christine Burns Scibetta Peggy Allan Zoog ’53 Richard Zoog Rose Curlett ’41 Joan McIlvaine Mary Griffin Dougherty ’35 John & Gerald Dougherty Marie Doyer Adler ’41 Charles E. Adler Marianne Schubert Patterson ’61 John Patterson Margaret McGinlely Gavin ’41 Francis M. Gavin Madeline Pettit Feeney ’47 Jacqueline M. Ruppert Lynne M. Cahill Thomas J. Cahill Lorraine Wyszynski Grill ’50 Francis H. Grill Kathleen Colfer Cummings ’59 William D. Cummings Joan Roach Mullen ’54 John J. Mullen Joan Mulholland McCullough ’56 Janet McCullough Jacqueline Rowe Rotz ’59 Edward J. Rotz Helen T. Kempisty Stanton ’42 Virginia S. Debuvitz Geraldine Kelly McDonough ’40 Edward T. McDonough Claire Peterson Turner Robert T. Turner Anne Walker Guano ’65 Robert Guano Ann Sweeney Rodden ’70 Gregory C. Rodden Alice Rescigno Miller ’48 Matthew W. Miller Jr. Maloney ’54 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Maloney

A special thank you to: • The Northeast Catholic Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. • The alumni and alumnae of Cardinal Dougherty for continuing to help those students who have transferred to an archdiocesan high school.

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Summary of Gifts July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011 Our Lady of Hallahan Legacy Society

$ 174,909.86

The Fund for John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School

$ 113,701.68

John W. Hallahan Alumnae Association

$ 35,000.00

Jersey Shore Alumnae Association Chapter

$

550 Club

$ 23,325.00

Annenberg Grant

$

Archdiocesan Tuition Assistance Program

$ 94,025.79

BLOCS GALA Grant

$ 10,000.00

BLOCS E.I.T.C.

$ 26,878.70

Class Gift

$

Connelly Achieve

$ 103,450.00

Dougherty Henckels

$

Ellis Grant

$ 77,600.00

Lindback Scholar

$

McMichan Grant

$ 34,380.00

Msgr. Mitchell Scholarship

$

Neumann Scholarship

$ 17,774.79

Sullivan Scholarship

$ 20,213.33

Total

$ 756,636.02

6,500.00

2,000.00

3,801.00

7,175.87

4,900.00

1,000.00

If you could support Hallahan in a HUGE way without costing you a dime or your time, would you be interested in helping us? If your answer is a resounding “YES!” then the EITC and OSTC programs are for you! The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has two tremendous programs that enable businesses to direct their state tax dollars to a state approved scholarship organization. One you may know already is BLOCS (Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools). Businesses that redirect and designate their donated tax dollars to BLOCS on behalf of John W. Hallahan will be providing funds for tuition assistance to qualified students-in-need right here at Hallahan! This is money that is already being paid out, so why not use it instead to help fund scholarships for families seeking high quality education for their daughters? You know they’ll get that high quality education right here at Hallahan! If you or someone you know runs a business or works for a business in the state of Pennsylvania, then PLEASE consider these wonderful programs! With VERY LITTLE EFFORT ON YOUR PART, this program could make a huge difference in the lives of our students and those that WISH they were Hallahan students! Please email Reenie Ednie at rednie@jwhallahan.com or call her at 215-563-8930 ext 250 for more information.

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Legacy Society

Our Lady of Hallahan Legacy Society

The Our Lady of Hallahan Legacy Society membership includes our cherished alumnae and friends who have generously included Hallahan in their will or estate plan. Through their Planned Gift, they have demonstrated their commitment to the mission and legacy of Hallahan well into the future. † Mary Hallahan McMichan

† Loretta Snyder Mattis ’36

Rose Rowan Marinaro ’52

† Beatrice A. Walsh ’18

† Mary C.T. Shea ’36

† Frances P. Mohoreanu ’53

† Helen L. O’Connell ’23

† Helen Jane Shields ’37

Antoinette Falcone Kaufman ’56

† Margaret T. Cloonen ’24

† Agnes B. Walter ’37

† Margaret A. Morrissey ’57

† Margaret McDonough Tourish ’24

† Helen C. Landy ’38

Dolores E. Lukomski ’67

† Genevieve E. Snyder ’25

† Mary Gaffigan Devinney ’39

MaryAnne Holmes Mannal ’70

† Rosemary Godber ’27

† Mary Wiley Donn ’39

Bernadette Simmons Moyer ’82

† Anna C. Madden ’27

† Jane Keenan Lerro ’40

Ana Mai Wong Trainor ’82

† Hilda K. Bradley ’28

† Josephine C. Moskal ’40

† Robert H. Agnew

† Anna M. Filemyr Helverson ’29

Victoria Scarselletti McCabe ’41

† James F. Barr

† Nancy Osborne McDonald ’31

† Marie D. Signs ’42

† Francis J. Conahan

† Mary Rose Dougherty ’32

Regina Joan Bradley ’43

† William F. Connolly, Jr.

† Grace Gallagher McLaughlin ’32

† Mary McDonnell Colgan ’43

† Joseph A. Connor

† Virginia M. Barr ’33

† Mary Ellen C. Dougherty ’43

† Joseph Peter Jesse

† Alice M. Madden ’33

† Gertrude A. Murphy ’43

Susan Kimmins, Faculty

† Anne M. Shea ’34

† Margaret Donnelly ’47

† Helen M. Reichmann

† Lucille M. Buerkle ’35

Theresa Rafferty Collins ’50

† Joseph M. Shea

† Loretta A. Feist ’36

Patricia Hinphey Keller ’51

If you have already included Hallahan in your estate plans, please let us know so that we can thank you and include you in the Our Lady of Hallahan Legacy Society. If you have any questions, please contact Reenie Ednie at 215-563-8930 ext. 250.

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Reunion News!

Mark Your Calendar!

If you are interested in running a reunion for your classmates, please contact Reenie Ednie at 215-563-8930 ext. 250. or rednie@jwhallahan.com. Planning a reunion can be one of the most rewarding experiences that you and your committee will have. The main reward is the gratitude of those who attend the reunion and get to reminisce with their classmates.

Southern California Reunion

Class of 1997 — 15 Year Reunion

Third Annual 50 Years and Beyond Luncheon

Saturday, November 24, 2012 8:30pm until 11:30pm Chickie’s and Pete’s 11000 Roosevelt Blvd., Phila. PA, 19116 $45 per person (significant others are welcome) includes drinks (wine, draft beer, and soda), food, music on Chickie’s & Pete’s covered deck, a class souvenir, and a class donation to our Alma Mater. Please send your checks made payable to “Hallahan 1997 Reunion” by November 16 to: Bridget Coulter, 2821 Chatham Street, Philadelphia, PA 19134 If you have any questions, feel free to contact: Bridget Brennan Coulter: chemyten@gmail.com Molly Murphy Quinn: QuinnM@cinnaminson.com Denise Steskal: dsteskal@yahoo.com

December 1st and 2nd, 2012

Florida All Class Reunion February 2nd and 3rd, 2013

Baccalaureate/Graduation (Class of 1963 and 2013) June 3, 2013 September 18, 2013

More To Come: • Spring 2013 Hall of Fame Dinner • Summer 2013 Golf Outing • September 2013 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk

Don’t forget to send us your stories and photos to be included in the next issue of Footprints! Send to: Reenie Ednie rednie@jwhallahan.com | 215-563-8930 ext. 250 John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls’ High School 311 North 19th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103-1198


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