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ALUMNI NEWS | SUMMER 2017

St. Anne’s doors...


...are always open

“The doors we open and close each day decide the lives we live.� - Flora Whittemore


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 2 Letter from Head Alan Smiley

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Anne’s, Your Home Away from Home

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Alumni Events

Anne’s Traditions Continue

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and Staff Updates

Notes

62 2016-2017 63 Mother 64 Sam

Alumni Board Members

Irene Society

and Grace Masoudi Memorial Fund

66 Alumni

and Alumni Parent Giving to the 2016-2017 St. Anne’s Campaign

69 Distinguished

Alumni Award


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St. Anne’s Episcopal School

Letter from Head of School

ALAN SMILEY

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s our publication this year indicates, our doors are always open for alumni and alumni parents to return home and stay connected with St. Anne’s. Some have very natural ways to do so, with twelve alumni as current parents and seven others as faculty or staff next year. I would like to share some other ways alumni and alumni parents can step through that archway to join us in the future. There are of course some traditional (and a few fairly new) “open houses” of sorts where we always cherish seeing our alumni community. A few of the regular events include the All-School Picnic, Holiday Sing-Along, Young Alums Holiday Party, Founders’ Day, May Day, and Graduation. These fun-filled events allow opportunities to reconnect with former faculty, staff, and classmates while also enjoying and reliving some traditional St. Anne’s activities and celebrations. Newer organized events like the evening of Wine Tasting in April, alumni happy hours around town, alumni lacrosse at Denver University in June, and a Family Movie night in August (all hosted by the Alumni Board) are just a few of these annual

opportunities to gather, share stories, visit with former teachers, and again, have fun. Alumni are always welcome and invited to all of the above. We often field questions from alumni and their parents about how they can stay connected and/or involved at St. Anne’s. There are some simple but greatly appreciated options here. The most important of these is to share your current contact information (especially email addresses) with our Alumni Office. If you have not received an email of some sort from us in the past year or more, we would love your updated information. A quick call or email to Julia Brown, Development and Alumni Coordinator, at jbrown@st-annes.org, can rectify this problem and enable us to keep you better informed about all that is happening at St. Anne’s.

We also know social media is a growing source of communication for our community, especially alumni. As a result, we have recently taken steps to increase and strengthen our social media presence. We would love to have alumni and/or their parents follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and/or LinkedIn. If you visit our website (which has also been enhanced and improved) at www.st-annes.org/alumni, you will find links to all these social media sites. By September, you will also find a more fully developed alumni news page and other articles, videos, and


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information about the school past and present. As you hopefully still recall, however, one of the hallmarks of St. Anne’s has always been and continues to be the power of personal interactions. As a result, nothing substitutes for a visit in person. It also remains true that the ongoing support and involvement of our alumni and alumni parents is a uniquely powerful strength of our community. Waiting for a more formal event to return to St. Anne’s is far from your only opportunity. We still cherish unannounced visits to campus to stop in and chat with faculty and staff, wander the grounds, and observe a class. It benefits our current students greatly to have a chance to see and even speak with alumni, as it makes a lasting impression for the days when they too will be alumni. Our Alumni Board is always looking for new volunteers to assist with their efforts and help create and coordinate new and current alumni activities. If you have a particular talent or expertise you would like to share, please let us know. We have had alumni and alumni parents speak with student groups and classes over the years on everything from regions of the world to science topics to charitable efforts to improve our world. Just this year, Ellie Wells ‘15 returned to

campus several times to educate our community about her passion for the African Library Project. She then helped coordinate a community book drive that raised over 1,000 books to start a library in Malawi, ironically also named St. Anne’s! There are also opportunities to join with current families in continuing to fulfill our mission and heritage of serving others. The Outreach Committee organizes many opportunities throughout the year, such as helping to build a Habitat for Humanity house in the spring, participating in the annual Sam and Grace Masoudi Memorial Walk, serving meals to the residents at Sacred Heart House, and contributing to items and efforts for various charitable organizations. Support from alumni and alumni parents in these endeavors is always welcome, and more information about these activities can also be found on our Community Outreach page under the Community link of our website. Finally, you can help us continue to recognize and celebrate our alumni in a new manner this year! Our Alumni Board is establishing a new Distinguished Alumni Award to be announced this summer and awarded every two years. Nominations from alumni and alumni parents will be

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greatly appreciated, and we look forward to announcing our inaugural recipient next winter. Please see page 69 for more information about the nature of this award and how to submit nominations to the Alumni Board.

So there you have it: the old adage that you can never return home just does not hold true at St. Anne’s Episcopal School. More importantly, we desperately want and need the continued engagement of our alumni and their families to maintain the amazing culture, community, and program they played such a critical role in helping to create. Our door is open, so please just walk on in and make yourself comfortable.


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Reflections from St. Anne’s alumni who are current parents and faculty members

ST. ANNE’S, YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME

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ravely and beautifully forging your own path”

“The embodiment of intellectual curiosity” “Uniquely kind” “A warrior/poet” “Playful force of nature” These are just some of the words used to describe the class of 2017, the most recent graduates of St. Anne’s. We could easily apply these same words to all of our alumni. St. Anne’s alumni continue to come back to visit us every year and amaze us with their talents and ambitions. They attend numerous events throughout the year, support our growing St. Anne’s Campaign, choose to send their own children to St. Anne’s, and dedicate themselves to educating the next generation of learners by becoming teachers here. We could not be prouder of our St. Anne’s alumni. To all our alumni, thank you for making our lives richer through your continued engagement with the school. Your involvement is incredibly important to maintaining the valued traditions that make this place so special.

Please know that our doors are always open.


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Assistant Librarian, Grades 2-3 Science, Outdoor Education, Grade 7 Coordinator

KATJE FALKENSTEIN - CLASS OF ‘95 What is your favorite memory from your time as a student at St. Anne’s? Hard to pick just one...Mr. Lane reading The Education of Little Tree in fifth grade, getting reading help from Mother Irene in second grade, spending the night at St. Anne’s in the Hills in fourth grade, soccer with Mr. Dicker in seventh and eighth grade.

What inspired you to come back and teach at St. Anne’s? St. Anne’s really is home. I felt seen and loved as a child. I wanted to be a part of a community where every person, child and adult, has the opportunity to find themselves and feel valued.

What do you like most about teaching at St. Anne’s? I work with some of my best friends and I get to help children grow, learn, and laugh. I am lucky to work with children preschool through eighth

grade and see them grow the whole way.

Was there anything shocking about seeing the school through the “teacher lens”? I remember taking everything a teacher said to heart, as the absolute truth. I now know that all teachers do their best to give advice, but we don’t always know the answer. I also think I took for granted all my opportunities here at St. Anne’s as a student. I now realize there are many people making those special things happen and it takes a lot of work!

As a faculty member, can you tell us about one of your fondest memories since working at St. Anne’s? I’m not sure I can pinpoint one memory but I do love the feeling I get when I get a hug from a second or third grade student. It’s like they know that I see them for who they are and they know I love them. That is the best part of being a teacher.

How would you describe St. Anne’s in three words? Community, friendship, love


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Grades PS- 3, 5 Spanish, Preschool PE, Lower School World Language Dept. Chair, Dir. Multiculturalism & Inclusion

KELSEY SMITH - CLASS OF ‘01 What is your favorite memory from your time as a student at St. Anne’s? I’ve been thinking about this one for awhile. I honestly can’t say I have a favorite memory. I have so many moments that still warm my heart that I can’t choose just one. What is my favorite overall about my time at St. Anne’s was that I was nurtured and given such a great foundation of character. I also appreciate the legacy of who I strive to be today as a kind person who stands up for what I believe is right, just as the Sisters did. Plus, the other lasting legacy that warms my heart time and time again is the presence of St. Anne’s people (classmates, teachers, and colleagues) who are still such important people in my life.

What inspired you to come back and teach at St. Anne’s? I had taught fifth grade for a year in Colorado Springs while I was getting my master’s degree, and while I loved the kids, the environment was not supportive enough to make teaching sustainable for my energy and my soul. I took half a year off to revisit if teaching was the profession for me, and in February of 2011, my mom suggested that I do some subbing at St. Anne’s. I realized that teaching at St. Anne’s was exactly as I had

hoped it would be in a community that truly cared about me. The next fall, I was Nancy York’s first grade assistant (and she had been my first grade teacher), and I’m now in my fourth year as Lower School Spanish teacher and sixth year teaching at St. Anne’s. It’s hard to believe!

What do you like most about teaching at St. Anne’s? I love the relationships. While St. Anne’s has, of course, changed in some ways since I graduated in 2001, the people it attracts (whether as faculty/staff, parents, and students) are still so amazing. I am excited every day to come to school and spend time and grow with those in the St. Anne’s community. I feel very lucky. Also, knowing how I give of myself to the job after school hours, on the weekends, and always having ideas percolating in the back of my mind, I never feel exhausted or drained by it. To be in a place that gives me back what I give to it is the best feeling. The energy never depletes; it just circulates.

Was there anything shocking about seeing the school through the “teacher lens”? The only shocking piece in this new position as teacher was the confirmation that the special “spark” that I had felt as a student at

St. Anne’s existed just as strongly as a faculty member in this amazing community. The piece that was challenging for me was getting used to calling the teachers I had as a student by their first names.

As a faculty member, can you tell us about one of your fondest memories working at St. Anne’s? To sound like a broken record, it is the overall effect of St. Anne’s on my life that I am fondest about. This is a place where I am encouraged to grow and learn while guiding and/ or accompanying others in their journeys as well. I form bonds with students, families, and colleagues that I hope will last a lifetime. What a gift it is to be in a place where I receive such support and love and can give it out as well. It is the best self-sustaining cycle.

How would you describe St. Anne’s in three words? Home, family, warmth


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Middle School Math Teacher and Science Assistant

KENDALL EARLY - CLASS OF ‘05 What is your favorite memory from St. Anne’s? My favorite memory from St. Anne’s was our eighth grade trip to Washington, D.C. Even though I had been to D.C. numerous times, I had never visited the specific memorials, monuments, and exhibits that we were able to visit on that trip. Learning more about the amazing men and women whose momentous actions and decisions laid the foundation for some of the most important events in our nation’s history was incredible. During this trip I also almost experienced one of the most terrifying moments of my life when I was one knock away from having to wake up John Dicker and other chaperones after being locked out of my room following a night out with family friends. No question that this experience holds particularly fond memories for me because I was able to share it with all of my friends, knowing that this was our last major trip as a class.

What’s your favorite food from the new dining hall? Now, anyone who truly knows me understands that I love breakfast food more than any other food in the world. When I smell pancakes, eggs, and, of course, syrup, as I am walking

down the hallway to the new dining hall, I’m pretty sure that I am more excited than the kids!

I have also enjoyed working with the incredible kids who attend our school. I’ve loved both seeing their passion for learning and their “Aha!” moments when they have grasped a difficult concept. The students make it an absolute joy to come to work every morning!

As a fourth grade teacher, can you tell us about one of your fondest memories?

What do you like most about teaching at St. Anne’s? Honestly, I enjoy working with all of the wonderful educators and children who are members of our community here at St. Anne’s. In terms of the teachers, it has been incredible getting to know everyone on a more personal level and learning from all of the unbelievable breadth of knowledge they have acquired over the years. It has been especially rewarding to develop a peer relationship with the very teachers who taught me while I was a student here. This is truly something that I will treasure for years to come.

For me, it has been watching my fourth graders interact with their preschool buddies. Knowing that these wonderful fourth graders are still learning how to treat each other with respect and how to work together, it is a remarkable sight to see them be so kind and loving to these younger children who definitely look up to them. I truly enjoy seeing them shift to wonderful leaders so quickly and effortlessly!

Kendall will be taking on a new role for the 2017-2018 school year as a middle school math teacher and science assistant. Kendall has been a tremendous fourth grade assistant and middle school coach for the past two years. Prior to returning to St. Anne’s, Kendall taught high school algebra for two years in Atlanta as part of the Teach for America program. He holds a Bacherlor of Arts from Stanford University.


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Director of Communications, Special Events Coordinator

LUCY MURPHY - CLASS OF ‘02 What is your favorite memory from your time as a student at St. Anne’s? I have so many memories of St. Anne’s. One of my earliest memories was visiting Mother Irene with my sister after school. I was learning to play the violin so I would perform for Mother, and I remember she would always take out her hearing aids whenever I started playing. She was smart because I was terrible.

What inspired you to come back and work at St. Anne’s? I think the biggest thing that inspired me to come back to St. Anne’s is that this community is a part of my heritage. My grandmother, Harriet Kelly, was a volunteer when

St. Anne’s was a home for sick and disabled children and my mother, Rose Kelly, worked here for 35 years as the Director of Admissions. Since being a student here, I always felt that I would end up working here and living out the mark that these amazing women, especially Mother Irene, left on our community. I am proud to call St. Anne’s my home.

What do you like most about working at St. Anne’s? I love being a part of an organization that is working to make the world a better place. Although I don’t work directly with the students, I am proud to be a part of a community that believes building character through empathy and outreach is one of the

most important aspects of living a full life.

As a staff member, can you tell us about one of your fondest memories since working at St. Anne’s? Since starting two years ago, there have been many moments where I can reflect and reminisce on many of my own experiences as a student at SAES. There are so many things that haven’t changed, but what I am most empowered by is that as the world changes, St. Anne’s stays true to its mission and never loses sight of the goal to raise kind and compassionate human beings. My fondest memory so far is being recognized as a changemaker school by the Ashoka Changemakers Network. I was blessed to be a part of this process, and it is a constant reminder of all the things we do, big and small, to make an impact on our community both locally and globally.

How would you describe St. Anne’s in three words? Thoughtful, innovative, steadfast


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Grade 4 Assistant

JACK BREDAR - CLASS OF ‘08 We are thrilled to announce that Jack Bredar ‘ 08 will be taking over as a teaching assistant at St. Anne’ s for the 2017-2018 school year. Many in our community already know Jack for the terrific person he is and his deep love and understanding of the SAES community. Jack graduated with a B.A. from Carleton College in Minnesota this spring. He also spent a year teaching young children in Latin America before starting college; he is fluent in Spanish, is a graduate of NOLS, and is “Wilderness First Responder” qualified. Needless to say, he is ecstatic to be returning home to Denver and St. Anne’ s, and he cannot wait to give back to the place he credits for so much of his success. We are fortunate to have him join us.


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Alumni Parent

MARGARET MITCHELL - CLASS OF ‘90 What is your favorite memory from your time as a student at St. Anne’s? I have to choose one?! Here’s just a sample: The early spring mornings with blue skies and a warm sun and the frenzy of growth all over campus, color, scents, surrounding us... Orienteering through the pouring rain in St. Anne’s in the Hills (and having no idea what I was doing)... The wonderful feeling of freedom at 3:00p.m. when, as middle schoolers, we crammed into the bathroom to change for whatever practice or game we had, clothes strewn everywhere, chatter, giggles... Teachers – all with their own stories and history at St. Anne’s and our class...

Why did you decide to send your child(ren) to St. Anne’s? We chose to send our child to St. Anne’s for the intangible values that permeate the walls, the soil, the air at St. Anne’s and that help grow good people – being kind, serving others, doing what’s right, providing the individual attention to help each child grow. St. Anne’s has a strong reputation for nurturing and forming kind, thoughtful young women and men who are well prepared academically.

How has being an alum impacted your experience as a St. Anne’s parent? On a practical level, it has been easier to know where everything is and to know many of the staff! On an abstract level, I have to continually balance what I am seeing and experiencing about St. Anne’s in the present with what I know of it from the past. I don’t want to assume I know what is happening or why, so I need to pay closer attention than I might if I weren’t an alum. At the same time, I know I can trust the heart of St. Anne’s, and I also know I have a responsibility to continue to be part of that “heart”.

What has changed the most since being a student? What has changed the least? The campus, the physical plant itself, has changed the most. The beauty

and care of the grounds has not changed, even if the actual gardens have. And kids are still kids, even if fashions change!

What is your favorite part of being a St. Anne’s alum? And a St. Anne’s parent? My favorite part of being an alum is that I know I can always walk on campus and feel the welcoming kindness that is classic St. Anne’s. As a parent, my favorite thing is that now my child experiences that every day and hopefully will continue to throughout her life.


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Alumni Parent

EMILY KAKEL - CLASS OF ‘92 What is your favorite memory from your time as a student at St. Anne’s? One of my favorite memories as a student at St. Anne’s was putting on the play Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates in Mrs. Zinn’s fourth grade class. Her classroom was in the building where the new amphitheater stands, and it was the only classroom in that building. We transformed the entire space into our theatre. The old offices and closets became our changing and prop rooms, the bathrooms became glamorous hair and makeup rooms, and the classroom became our stage. We crammed all of our parents into our makeshift theatre and acted our hearts out. Mrs. Zinn even let us wear real ice skates during the performance! I doubt the play was more than 30 minutes long, but the weeks preparing and the way the building felt like a real working theatre during that time has made it a memory I will never forget.

Why did you decide to send your child(ren) to St. Anne’s? We decided to send Dylan and Chase to St. Anne’s because once we came to visit it was clear that the integrity of the school felt the same as it did when I was a student. We were excited for Dylan and Chase to learn

and humility, whether they are on the St. Anne’s campus or elsewhere. If our parents- like our teachersactively model the St. Anne’s values at home and when they are out in the world, our children will know, intrinsically, how to live those values when they grow up.

What has changed the most since being a student? Lunch has changed the most! and grow in that positive, supportive and loving community.

How has being an alum impacted your experience as a St. Anne’s parent? As a St. Anne’s student, I did not recognize the deep and positive impact that the school’s focus on values and good manners would have on me and my fellow graduates. I also did not fully appreciate the tremendous reciprocal effort between school and home that is required to successfully raise young people who reflect and embrace those values. As a parent, I now see that it was the strength of the shared commitment my parents and teachers made together to passing those values on to me that made me who I am today. I must bring the lessons learned at school home, continuously guiding my children to practice empathy, kindness, respect

What is your favorite part of being a St. Anne’s alum? And a St. Anne’s parent? My favorite part of being a St. Anne’s alum is knowing I had a wonderful, happy, and very academicallychallenging time here. I know it prepared me well for academics in high school and beyond. Socially, I graduated with self-confidence and a strong moral character. As a parent, my favorite thing is watching Dylan and Chase have a similar journey and knowing they will be ready to take on the world when eighth grade comes. They are surrounded by amazing teachers and staff, they are learning to be conscious and caring citizens of St. Anne’s and the world around, and they are happy to go to school...most days!


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Alumni Parent

EMILY LORENZ BARRETT - CLASS OF ‘95 What is your favorite memory from your time as a student at St. Anne’s? It is incredibly difficult to pick a favorite memory. The obvious big ones such as May Day, the Washington, D.C., trip in eighth grade, Graduation, and the annual Family Picnic come to mind immediately, but it is the culmination of all the random little memories that made my time at St. Anne’s so special. One favorite was our sleepover in the brand new library. We ran around that beautiful empty building with clean painted walls all night and it was a blast. I have fond memories of soccer with Mr. Dicker - listening to Tom Petty in the van on our way to games. We even went to a Tom Petty concert at Fiddler’s Green with Mr. Dicker and the team - which ended with rain and very muddy clothes! Mr. Dicker’s math class with his plastic projector roll and colorful markers was so challenging but fun at the same time. I remember Dr. Figlino showing us why never to smoke a cigarette by inhaling and blowing into a Kleenex to show the dirty ring it left (it stuck with me!). When it was finally our year to dance the maypole, I remember making myself a tad shorter to ensure I lined up next to a particular boy. Who

doesn’t remember diagramming sentences? (Yes, I actually enjoyed that!). St. Anne’s in the Hills also holds some fun and special memories.

Why did you decide to send your child(ren) to St. Anne’s? When we found ourselves moving back to Denver in time to apply for my daughter to start kindergarten, it just felt meant to be. The thing I was most lamenting in Chicago was that there was no St. Anne’s. My experiences at St. Anne’s and the friendships formed there are central to almost every memory of my childhood. The small, close-knit nurturing community paired with academic excellence is unparalleled. Touring campus with Lori Frank (on lack of sleep from moving across the country one week earlier with a three-week-old baby) was surreal and so comforting. Memories flooded back, and I couldn’t wait to give my kids the gift of experiencing this special place.

How has being an alum impacted your experience as a St. Anne’s parent? I love sharing stories with my kids. They love to hear about teachers they have that I had as well. When we have a few extra minutes in the Main Building, we stop to look at the

pictures of my old teachers and they love to find their mom and aunt in the class pictures. Mother Irene is still a central figure at the school and, at least to the young ones, seems like a mystical figure. They love to hear about how Mother Irene read to us in a tiny library filled to the brim with books and stuffed animals. Walking through campus brings back so many fun random memories.

What has changed the most since being a student? What has changed the least? It feels like so little has changed. Obviously the Dining Hall / Performing Arts center is a huge change from the tiny room in the main building we used to pack into or the little room off the gym that we used for drama, but the sense of community these places bring is the same we felt in our less luxurious confines. We loved the tiny makeshift backstage of Mrs. Casperson’s magical little drama room. Mr. Sigler no longer has his art building, but his art room in the new Lower School Building still has the same smells and feel. There are pieces of art still hanging in there from my classmates. I fondly remember Mr. Comfort’s warm welcome and strong handshake at the back gate at 8am. My kids will remember the


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same of Mr. Smiley. Mother Irene, though not physically here, remains a strong part of St. Anne’s in the mission and honoring tradition. Some things haven’t changed at all - May Day follows the same format by the minute as it did 20 years ago. The family picnic and eighth grade carnival is the same fun kick-off to the school year.

What is your favorite part of being a St. Anne’s alum? And a St. Anne’s parent? St. Anne’s is such a wonderful, caring community to be a part of. I know my children are in a very nurturing environment in which they are surrounded by great teachers, friends, and families who will help them grow emotionally, socially, and academically. My time at St. Anne’s shaped me socially and academically for success through high school and college. It was the greatest gift my parents could have given me, and I feel so lucky to be able to give the gift to my kids.

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CLASS OF 2014 REUNION

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he St. Anne’s Class of 2014 attended a reunion organized by Emma Domich on campus in August 2016. Over a third of the class attended the event and re-lived some special St. Anne’s traditions. They played Risk and Danish Rounders and completed the evening with a viewing of their class video. It was a fun evening with a great turnout! Thanks to all who participated.

Top Left: Ben Morris ‘14, Hannah Davidson ‘14, Avery Butler ‘14, Sarah Payson ‘14 Middle: Katie Kennedy ‘14, Emma Domich ‘14, Claire Hutchinson ‘14, Lydia Haile ‘14

Top Right: Phoebe Lummis ‘14, S arah Dencker ‘14, Nick Smith ‘14, John Giltner ‘14 Bottom Row: Ben Hecht ‘14, Derek Cain ‘14, Luke Sawyer ‘14, Jonathan Obregon ‘14, Will Hennes ‘14

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ast year we watched The Incredibles during our August Movie Night, a huge success! Hosted by the St. Anne’s Alumni Board, Family Movie Night is a fun way to bring together current parents, new parents, and alumni to relax and enjoy an entertaining evening.


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LUNCH AT COLORADO ACADEMY WITH ST. ANNE’S ALUMNI

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ach year, the St. Anne’s Alumni Board organizes lunch at a high school in the Denver area to bring together St. Anne’s alumni currently attending that school. This year, they went to Colorado Academy, also the alma mater for Head of School Alan Smiley, and enjoyed lunch with a number of alums.

Top Row, Left to Right: Tom Thorpe (former St. Anne’s faculty member), St. Anne’s Head of School Alan Smiley, CA Head of School Michael Davis, Ben Johnston ‘13, Bailey Walker ‘16, Brian Labra-Vergara ‘16, Lauren Kenney ‘02, Katje Steenrod Falkenstein ‘95 Bottom Row, Left to Right: Grace Buyers ‘15, Jack Oberg ‘15, Máire McHugh ‘15, Celia Osman ‘13, Blake Aschenbrener ‘14

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his year, current St. Anne’s parent and Associate Head Coach to the DU Men’s Lacrosse team, Matt Brown, graciously offered to host the alumni lacrosse game at the University of Denver stadium. A number of alumni came out to play on the iconic field and cheer in the stadium. It was a really fun day and a huge treat to be able to play in a college setting.

Left to Right: Don Gifford, Brandon Bergner ‘17, Braeden Wimer ’17, Friend, Will Pinto ’13, Derek Cain ‘14, Henry Savage ‘14, Will Sadler ‘13, Ryan Bergner ‘14, William McFadden ’17, Jamie Duke ‘97, Owen Locke ‘95, Alan Smiley, Jack Oberg ‘15, Charlie Bragg ‘15, Bobby Groene ‘15, Ben Shapiro ‘15, Kendall Early ‘05, Friend, Karl Gifford ‘19


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YOUNG ALUMNI HOLIDAY PARTY

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ur Young Alumni Holiday Party brings together St. Anne’s alumni who are in high school and college. They have the chance to mingle with each other and faculty members whom they may not have seen in some time. We host the party in the St. Anne’s library after the holidays. 1

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1 Rick Sigler and Will Pinto ‘13 2 Sejal Porter ‘15, Don Gifford, Allie Kolpak ‘15

3 Couper Staab ‘16, Austin Hurd ‘16, Rick Sigler

4 Jennifer Groene ‘12, Emily Harden ‘12, Charlotte Pritchard, Trent Smiley ‘13

5 Trent Smiley ‘13, Liz Patton ‘13, Jason Lemire, Andy Bredar ‘13

6 Evan Brega ‘15, Warren Saslow, Bobby Groene ‘15, Rory Callison ‘15

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ST. ANNE’S COMMUNITY WINE TASTING

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n April, the Alumni Board hosted its annual Wine Tasting event, where a portion of the proceeds from the sale of wine are donated back to St. Anne’s. This year’s theme was “Around the World,” and wine from various regions across the globe was served. Special thanks to Primo Vino for supplying the wines and to the Dawson family for donating beer from their new brewery, Briar Common. With over one hundred attendees, it was a successful event. Next year, we hope to add an alumni/parent biergarten. If you are a brewer and interested in participating, please let Julia Brown (jbrown@st-annes.org) know! The Wine Tasting will be held on Friday, April 20, 2018.

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1 Marie Wanasz, Maya and Jim Wilbourn, Jameson Guthrie

2 Kristin Hagebak ‘02 and Lauren Kenney ‘02

3 Erin Siegel Peikin ‘95, Emily Lorenz Barrett ‘95 and Emily Lansdowne Kakel ‘92

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4 Dudley, Ronda and Kelsey Smith ‘01 with Kurt and Betsy Jones

5 Colin Haggerty, Genevieve Marcelino, Eric Dawson, Melanie Haggerty

6 Will Simpson and Margo Duke Simpson ‘99 with Matt Barley and Megan Campbell Barley ‘99

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ALUM MUMS’ TEA

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he 2017 Alum Mums’ Tea was a huge success and a lot of fun, bringing back together mothers of St. Anne’s alumni from various graduating years. Thank you to everyone who could join us for the evening. Please mark your calendars for next year’s tea on Thursday, February 15, 2018. 1

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2 Top Row: Bailey Walker ‘16, Max Kelly ‘17, Joseph Wall ‘17, Robert Dicker ‘17, Barrett Oxenreider ‘17 and Rebecca Kerr ‘17 Bottom Row: Justice Ramsey-Valdez ‘18, Jackson Kelly ‘18, Diego Taboada-Cross ‘18, Parker Stava ’17 2

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n June, St. Anne’s organized a party to celebrate high school seniors who graduated from St. Anne’s in 2013. Celia Osman ’13 and family hosted the party at their home in Morrison, CO.

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6 Congratulatory cards to the graduating class from Trent Smiley ‘13 and Celia Osman ‘13

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EIGHTH GRADE PICNIC 1 Lilly Lichtenberger ‘17, Karlee Osman ‘17, and

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he May Queen is an eighth grade girl elected by middle school students and faculty as the young woman who most closely personifies the ideals of St. Anne’s. She is crowned queen at May Day, a celebration in early May where students and parents gather to sing songs, dance around the maypole, and honor spring traditions. This year’s May Queen was Margaret Bird ‘17, daughter of Jeff Bird, Middle School teacher and beekeeper. Margaret Bird was also this year’s valedictorian.

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ach year, the St. Anne’s Middle School faculty and staff select a student who they feel best represents the ideals and mission of St. Anne’s. A student, by definition, is still very much a work in progress, and this award in no way implies perfection. Instead, what it celebrates is the child who is hard working, even when there are struggles; who takes risks that encourage growth but that may also mean failure; and who has a love for academics, the arts, and athletics. Above all, this student has discovered that being a friend means being kind and understanding. This year’s winners were Joseph Wall ‘17 (left) and Kyle Nowak ‘17 (right).

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he Mother Irene Outreach Award goes to the student who volunteers the most number of service hours during the year. The 2016-2017 winner was Izzy Desjardins ‘17 who spent most of her volunteer hours training service dogs. The entire eighth-grade class had an impressive year of community service with over 3,000 hours earned.


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1 Hannah Grove ‘17 and Warren Saslow

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3 Class of 2017 4 Elizabeth Lanava ‘17, Devon Taplin ‘17, Frances Murphy ‘17, Margaret Bird ‘17, John Schweitzer ‘17, Robert Dicker ‘17, Barrett Oxenreider ‘17, Parker Stava ‘17, Peter Coors ‘17

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ach year, our Alumni Board sends care packages to St. Anne’s graduates who are currently college freshmen. In October 2016, the Alumni Board stuffed over 40 packages to send to the St. Anne’s Class of 2012, filled with the “essentials” for midterms, including a St. Anne’s coffee mug, Cyclone-colored jelly beans, and Mother Irene’s chocolate chip cookies. Each freshman also received a personal letter written by one of our current eighth grade students. And our college freshmen were thrilled! Here are a few of their sentiments: “I

can’t thank you enough for putting together the care package! It made my whole week! The letter from the 8th grader was so cute! I appreciated it very much!” - Dani Murray ‘12

“Maya [Cederlund ‘17] just received the most amazing email from Madeline Bragg [‘12] last night, thanking her for her letter and package. Her note was simply exceptional. What a great program. Maya now feels like she has a college pen-pal.” - Holly Baroway, parent of Maya Cederlund ‘17

“I just received the wonderful package from St. Anne’s in the mail and immediately had a smile on my face. College has been fantastic...very academically challenging but rewarding and full of interesting people... Looking forward to visiting St. Anne’s sometime this winter and hope everything has been great!” - St. Anne’s Class of 2012 Graduate


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INTERVIEW WITH MAYA CEDERLUND ‘17 Reflections from a recent St. Anne’s graduate on her nine years at the school. Your favorite tradition: The All-School Picnic. Being able to fun around with my friends and eat cotton candy.

Favorite teacher: Mr. Shields, because he was the first teacher I met in middle school. I could lean on him when I needed to. I also really like Ms. Bishop, but not the subject that she teaches.

Favorite part of the campus: The Sunken Garden; it is so pretty all year round.

Scariest moment:

Who has been your favorite guest speaker:

When we had three tornado drills in a row and the boys used it as an opportunity to pass gas. I was sure we were going to die one way or another.

We have so many, I can’t remember.

Favorite changes to the school: Everything has changed in the years that I have been at St. Anne’s. They have all been great.

First memory of the school: Meeting Beka Berry and hearing about her dog. We became friends right away.

What will you miss most: My friends and the beautiful campus. I am really going to miss my teachers and friends and look forward to coming back on campus as a big high schooler.

What do you not like: I am not crazy about the whole grain pieces of sadness in the cafeteria, but they have good miso soup.

What has been your favorite out-of-school activity: I like the Colorado Trip and the Sand Dunes, also the zip lining. I am sure that the ski trip and the D.C. trip will be fun too.

What is one word you would use to describe St. Anne’s: Welcoming Thank you St. Anne’s for a wonderful nine years!


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FACULTY AND STAFF Kyra and Alan Smiley will travel to Barcelona, Spain to visit their daughter Amanda Smiley ‘11 who is studying abroad there this summer. Fortuitously, this year also marks Kyra and Alan’s 30th wedding anniversary. After Barcelona, they will journey onward to France and Italy as part of their celebration. They look forward to the once-ina-lifetime experience with great anticipation. Fifth grade teacher Bill Lane and his wife Nancy are adjusting to life as empty nesters. Their children Emily Lane ‘07 and Billy Lane ‘09 have made major life milestones. 1, 2 Julia Brown, Development and Alumni Coordinator, welcomed her second daughter, Quinn Marie Brown, on January 26, 2017, weighing just over 7 pounds. Her older daughter Finley loves being a big sister. This summer, St. Anne’s Director of Admissions, Lori Frank, will attend a family reunion in Wisconsin and an admissions conference in California. She’ll spend some time with her daughter, Sarah Frank ‘07, who is studying at the University of

Wisconsin. Lori’s son, Ryan Frank ‘05, and his fiancée, Katie, are planning their August 2018 wedding. 3, 4 Rick Sigler - Life is good; kids are great; grandkids are great; will ride out this summer searching for clues.

Katje Steenrod Falkenstein ‘95 is expecting her first child (a girl) at the end of July.

Kathy de Russy, former St. Anne’s faculty member, saw that Jessica Andersson Barbour, also a former St. Anne’s faculty member, and her husband, Chris, were traveling to the Slovenia area. Kathy knew that Perry Reed and his family were stationed in Slovenia so she communicated with Perry and gave him Jessica’s information. (Perry is a former St. Anne’s staff member as is his wife, Kelly). Perry and Jessica messaged. Perry was in Germany, but his family was still at home in Slovenia. A visit was arranged. 5 Sarah Gower, former teacher, and her husband Justin just had their first child: Abram Justin Gower Gibson. He was born on Thursday, October 27, 2016, weighing 8 lbs., 3 oz.


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FACULTY AND STAFF Chaperone’s Erin Ménard and Patty Jordan led the St. Anne’s trip to France and Spain in June with ten middle school students. They started out in Paris where they were met by their Parisian trip leader, Sophie.  They explored the city’s monuments, museums, parks, courtyards, and tasted typical French foods such as escargot, macarons, and éclairs.  On just one day, they walked 19,000 steps and climbed 52 flights of stairs!  After three nights at the 17th-century youth hostel in the Marais, they traveled south by TGV to Carcassonne where they met their host families.  After a welcome potluck, students spent the evening with their host families.  Many visited the medieval citadel by night.  The next day, they worked on a community service project to weed and clear out an 18th-century bridge and channel on the famous pilgrimage route of Santiago de Compostela.  The students worked so hard that they finished before noon.  They then ate lunch at a nearby river in la Bize Minervois, took a dip, and had ice cream.  Students also visited a typical festival and tasted specialties from the region, Occitania.  The following day was spent at Lake la Cavayère

with host families.  After swimming in the lake, students challenged their fear of heights on a ropes course in the afternoon and spent the evening with the families.  They then said goodbye to the host families and boarded a bus to Barcelona.  While there, they visited Gaudí’s Park Güell then spent the afternoon at the beach before visiting the Gothic Quarter.  The next day, they saw the Sagrada Familia Basilica, had a talent show in the park, visited Gaudí’s Casa Batlló, debriefed the trip in the Barcelona University gardens, and ate a nice farewell dinner. 


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CLASS OF 2017 HIGH SCHOOL PLANS Colton Baldwin

Jack Darré

South High School

East High School

Beka Barry

Ella DelZotto

East High School

Colorado Academy

Connell Barton

Izzy Desjardins

Colorado Academy

Mullen High School

Saylor Benes

Robert Dicker

East High School

Brandon Bergner Kent Denver School

Margaret Bird Littleton High School

Steven Blattner Colorado Academy

Sarah Brookhart Cherry Creek High School

Peter Coors Cate School

Drew Corsi Cherry Creek High School

Maya Cederlund St. Mary’s Academy

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Libby Ford The Lawrenceville School

Sarah Grace Golding South High School

Hannah Grove Regis Jesuit High School

Brooks Hauser Kent Denver School

Blake Holst Cherry Creek High School

Max Kelly Heritage High School

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Colorado Academy

East High School

Elizabeth Lanava

John Schweitzer

St. Mary’s Academy

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Lilly Lichtenberger

Maddie Spiecker

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Rogelio Martinez

Parker Stava

Kent Denver School

Regis Jesuit High School

William McFadden

Bryn Taplin

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CLASS OF 2013 NEXT YEAR’S PLANS Sarah MacKenzie

Trent Smiley

University of South Carolina Tulane University

Denison University

Gonzaga University

Emma Bray

Isabella Goodman

Bobby Meagher

Annabel Snidow

University of Colorado

Tulane University

Montana State University

Northeastern University

Andy Bredar

Taylor Hantman

Robert Mirr

Erin Tornello

Luke Bagan

Ellie Golding

Gap year in Belo Horizonte, Dartmouth College Brazil then Santa Clara Colin Groves University Ausbury College

Southern Methodist University

Colorado State University

Michael Brewer

Jamie Morris University of Dayton

University of Colorado at Boulder

Rachel Gunders

Gap year then University of Colgate University Colorado at Boulder

Brad Case Montana State University

Jenna Case Clemson University

Sophia Deahl Southern Methodist University

Ryan Dix

Metro State University

Charlotte Godfrey Denison University

Emma Godfrey Davidson College

Thomas Wall

Hannah Hayes

University of Michigan

American University

University of Southern California

Liz Patton

Taos Washington

Jacob Hayes

University of Minnesota

Tulane University

Will Pinto

Hampshire College (Amherst, MA)

Ashley Hernandez

Wesleyan University

Tarwyn Washington

Brown University

Clare Rady University of Washington

Wheaton College (Norton, MA)

Will Sadler

Analise Waters

Tufts University

Grand Canyon University

Carl Savage

Harry Woodward

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University of Colorado at Boulder

Isabella Hill University of Arizona

Sewanee: The University of Ava Holle the South Gap year in South America then University of Skye Elmer Richmond University of Colorado

Madison Garcia

Celia Osman

Claire Veldkamp

Annie Jadlos

William Schor

University of Arizona

Brown University

Samson Johnson

Joey Schuman

Metro State University

University of Michigan

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Spencer Serumaga

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Brendan Allen: I will have four

Emily Lane: Sarah Frank is going to

Marshall Thomas: If I am reading

houses in Aspen, Florida, Mexico, and Malibu. JK. That’s right: we still said JK ten years ago.

be an actress. Paul [Carroll] is going to be a best-selling author. Brendan [Allen] and Hank [Baker] are going to be pro athletes. Caroline [Toll] is going to give lectures on the Enigma at prestigious colleges.

this I’m not dead and that is good and if I am alive I will be a millionaire hopefully.

Sarah Frank:[I remember] Mr. Dicker saying he’s allergic to me. In fourth grade, Sienna [Courter] and I fought over who should be William’s [Thomas] girlfriend.

Julia Kelson: in eighth grade, Rivie [Jacaruso] and I stole ice cream from the kitchen about twenty times and we never got caught.

Danny Klibaner: I remember the

Lizzie Larson: My secret love is Danny [Brugioni]. I hope I will be married to him in 2017.

Alex Obregon: I predict I will be a graduate of Stanford University and either a doctor or pro athlete (in my dreams). I will be living in the mountains and ski every day.

chocolate milk incident.

Alex Port: so-called secret love Trina Lamarre: Ms. Jordan will own a cruise line traveling the world. Mr. V [Vander Meulen] will still be teaching at St. Anne’s, giving out 40page packets.

Paige [Sparks].

Heidi Ripley: we will cherish St. Anne’s...forever.

Caroline Toll: [I remember] the time Sam [Bray] put a cookie in the microwave and lit it on fire! The time the sub blew up at us for throwing sharp writing instruments.

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CLASS NOTES CLASS OF 1961 1 Jim Smith ‘61 owns a real estate brokerage, and his personal transactions have nearly doubled in the last year to the point where he is ranked among the Top 100 agents for the Denver Metro area for 2016. What he’s most proud of is that he has never prospected. Virtually all his buyers and sellers come to him from reading his weekly “Real Estate Today” column in the Denver Post and four weekly newspapers. And that ability to write well was clearly born under Sister Irene’s teaching at St. Anne’s! That’s why he’s happy to be the founding member of the Mother Irene Society. If anyone reading this chooses to utilize his services at any time in the future, he pledges to tithe 10% of his earned commission to St. Anne’s. Rita and Jim celebrate their 13th wedding anniversary in June and still feel like newlyweds, loving their home in Golden backing to Lookout Mountain. They are looking forward to a trans-Atlantic crossing in April/ May on Cunard’s Queen Victoria and a hiking tour of Italy’s Amalfi coast in September/October. Life is good! CLASS OF 1982 2 Sean Keefe ’82 has joined Mullen

High School’s Office of Philanthropy and Engagement as Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement. Previous to his present appointment, he taught for twenty-four years, sixteen of those years in the classroom at Mullen. His previous experience within the development landscape was in his role as Alumni Board President at St. Anne’s. Sean’s coaching duties over the years have included head positions at both the junior varsity and varsity levels in the arenas of lacrosse, basketball, and soccer. From 2008 to 2010, Sean was the boys’ varsity soccer coach at Mullen High School. Over his three years as head coach, the team compiled a 36-18-5 record that included back-to-back semi-final appearances in the Colorado 5A state playoffs. Before moving to development and alumni relations, Sean taught senior English and journalism at Mullen. He was also the co-coordinator for Mullen Today, Mullen’s online newspaper. This spring, Sean will graduate with a master’s degree in education from Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, California.

CLASS OF 1988

Carlin Callaway ’88 completed her doctorate project in July 2016 and earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Colorado School of Nursing. In October 2016, she finished the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, D.C. What an accomplishment! After 19 plus years as a Navy officer (now an O-5), Carlin will retire in September 2017. Although she’ll miss the East Coast and spending time with special friends and relatives, she’s looking forward to living in Colorado. Carlin hopes to begin her civilian career at a teaching hospital, where she’ll be able to care for oncology patients and provide support for their loved ones. After she’s employed, she wants to become a first-time homeowner. 3 Carlin aboard the USNS COMFORT in the fall 2015. 4 Carlin and niece Lena Callaway (who will be 8 years old in February) in December of 2016. CLASS OF 1989 5 Lanny & Sharon Martin with grandkids Hannah and Taylor Lester, Riley and Cooper Stettner. 6 Mary Lester ‘89 and Kent with children Hannah & Taylor, Lanny & Sharon Martin, Emily Martin & Matt


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CLASS NOTES Jones, Sarah & Andrew Stettner ‘95 with children Riley and Cooper. CLASS OF 1991 1 Argy Stathopulos Maniatis ‘91 and her husband Nick Maniatis live in Albuquerque, NM. They have two sons, Demetri, age 7, and Pani, age 5. Argy is the Director of Marketing for the University of New Mexico. 2, 3 David Callaway ’91 continues as a seventh grade social studies teacher at Rocky Heights Middle School. At the end of the school year, he again chaperoned middle school drama students for six days in the Big Apple. They visited Times Square, Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the 9/11 Museum and Ground Zero, NBC Studios, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Museum of Natural History and Planetarium, and the Intrepid Air and Space Museum. David’s daughter Lena is a second grader at Acres Green Elementary School and continues to like school, particularly reading, science, music and art. CLASS OF 1994

Ted Stathopulos ‘94 and his wife, Robin, have an 18 month old daughter, Athena. They live in Denver. Ted works in the lending business.

CLASS OF 1995 4 Emily Barrett ‘95 with son Owen and Carver Stone ‘95 with wife Lisa and daughter Belle.

Hunter Leggitt ‘95 just moved back to Denver after 12 years in Los Angeles to open a design office. He loves being back.

Luke Kirkland ‘95 is the Teen Specialist at the Waltham Public Library outside of Boston. After five years handling graphic design and communications for the Cambridge Public Library, he got the opportunity to work with youth and build a new teen program from scratch. It’s been an exciting year and lots more is on the horizon. Feel free to follow what they’re up to at:

instagram.com/watchcityteens 5 JP Box’ 95 and his wife, Sarah, have co-founded a merino wool children’s apparel brand called Chasing Windmills (chasingwindmillskids.com).  After graduating from Bowdoin College and then practicing corporate law, JP did not feel fully satisfied with his chosen career and dreamed of doing something different. His twins Patrick and Anna were born in November 2012. While searching

for merino wool baby clothes for Patrick and Anna, JP was surprised by the limited options and came up with the idea of this clothing line in between double midnight feedings, neighborhood strolls, and soul searching. CLASS OF 1996 6 Anthony Lambatos’96, sixth grade boys basketball coach, and his wife April, welcomed baby Adelynn Likely Lambatos to the world on January 10, 2017, weighing 6 lbs., 6 oz. CLASS OF 1997 7,8 Jamie Duke ‘97 and his wife Jesse welcomed daughter Heidi Shields Duke on May 18, 2017, weighing 6 lbs., 8 oz. CLASS OF 1999

Christie Osborne ’99 graduated from CU School of Medicine in 2014 with three other St. Anne’s alums: Tom Seibert ‘99, Sarah Jenkins ’00, and Brooke Thurman ’00.  Christie will be finishing her residency in pediatrics at Children’s Hospital Colorado in Aurora this June, and will then start a Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship there in July.  Christie got married in August 2016 in Beaver Creek with multiple St. Anne’s alums in attendance including


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CLASS NOTES Tom Seibert ‘99, Vanessa Brenengen ’99, and Rebecca Simpson ’98.  She now lives in Park Hill with her husband and their two dogs. CLASS OF 1999 (CONT.) 1, 2 Margo Duke Simpson ‘99 and Will Simpson welcomed baby girl Madeleine Simpson (“Maddie”) on February 14, 2016. 3 Coincidentally, Margo’s classmate Megan Campbell

Barley ‘99 gave birth to baby boy Campbell Barley on the same day. Best friends from preschool through eighth grade, Megan and Margo are now both living in Washington Park, Denver, and sharing a nanny. 4 Megan Campbell Barley ‘99 had her son Campbell baptized in the chapel at St. Anne’s by Pastor Merrie Need on December 18, 2016. CLASS OF 2000 5 Judson Monroe ‘00 welcomed son Lad Hemenway Monroe, born September 30, 2016, weighing 7 lbs., 8 oz. Jay & Miggy Monroe are proud grandparents.

Lindsey Armstrong Strawn ‘00 and Ryan Strawn are living in Dallas and expecting a baby boy in May 2017.

CLASS OF 2001 6 Hayley Campbell Hiner ’01 married Wade Hiner from Dallas, TX, in October 2016. One of Haley’s bridesmaids was Veronica Creamer Liefer ’01, a classmate of Haley’s from St. Anne’s.

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF KENYATTA MCKENZIE ‘01 A message from Kesley Smith, Co-Chair of the Alumni Board Kenyatta McKenzie ‘01 put an immense amount of love, life, and light into this world--even back when we were all so young.  I wholeheartedly know he was one of the biggest gifts that life has given to me, and I am the person, teacher, and friend that I am today thanks to him.  His sense of humor, friendship, creativity, and unconditional love and acceptance (among much else) were hard to match.   A group of former classmates, parents, and teachers gathered one evening last fall in Kenyatta’s memory.  We spent that intentional time together sharing memories of his time with us at St. Anne’s.  It was a beautiful space that reflected his influence on all of our lives.  We each left the gathering with our own perennial that we will plant in our gardens to bloom in the springtime to be reminded of him.  We miss him dearly, but we know we are living legacies of his time on this earth and with us here in our St. Anne’s family.


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Caroline Curtiss ‘02, Vicki Curtiss and John McFarlane in Sea Island, GA, June 2016. 2 Caroline Duke ’02 recently got engaged to boyfriend Tyler Ashley, exciting news for the Duke household. 3 Top Row: Jamie Duke ‘97,

Caroline Duke ‘02, Margo Duke Simpson ‘99 Bottom Row: Jesse Duke, Jamie Duke, Meg Duke with granddaughter Maddie, Will Simpson 4 Jack Armstrong ‘02, wife Serra and son Peter live in Lompoc, CA. 5 Kelly Carpenter ‘02 was married

in May 2016 in Nashville. She is finishing her residency and will soon begin an Infectious Disease Fellowship at Vanderbilt.

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CLASS NOTES CLASS OF 2002 (CONT.) Class of 2002 Moms This group of alumni parents with children from the Class of 2002 meets annually at Christmastime in one of their homes. They are all old and dear friends and enjoy the opportunity to celebrate the spirit of the holidays at their annual get-together. This was their 14th year celebrating together and they’ve already lined up a hostess for the 15th year. 1 Front to Back: Row 1:  Nancy Bacon, Sherry Kenney Row 2:  Nancy Stathopulos, Kathy Pride, Anne Sneed, Cammie Lindsay, Kyle Ferrel MacDonald Row 3:  Meg Duke, Vicki Carpenter Row 4:  Chris O’Crowley, Deb Kelly Back row:  Judy Pogge, Nancy Puckett, Suzie Erzinger, Paula Armstrong, Melinda Couzens, Laurie Tatlock, and hostess Vicki Curtiss McFarlane. CLASS OF 2003 2 Mary Helen Sheehan’03 and her sister Juliana Sheehan ’06 attended the Fall Alumni Happy Hour with Head of School Alan Smiley. Mary Helen is currently teaching third grade at Graland.

CLASS OF 2004 3 Geoff Long, Becca Schmidt, Noah Barrett, Arianna Gerdes ‘04, Will Powers, and Alan Smiley volunteered at the New Sheridan Habitat for Humanity build site in April. Thank you for giving the experience a try! CLASS OF 2005

Brooke O’Neal ‘05 is in the Land department of Antero Resources and Lindsay O’Neal ‘06 is a Business Development Manager for a software development company. Both live in Denver and are enjoying life. 4 Brooke O’Neal ‘05 and Lindsay O’Neal ‘06 at the Broncos Super Bowl game, February 2016. 5 Brooke O’Neal ‘05 and Lindsay O’Neal ‘06 with parents Mike and Pam.

CLASS OF 2006 6 Singer/songwriter Annie Anton ’06, performed her first solo show in Berkeley, CA this spring. It was an extraordinarily profound event. Her amazing song writing, voice, and message to bring her fans into their hearts through her art and personal vulnerability is awe inspiring. This is just the beginning of Annie’s journey! In addition to pursuing her music, Annie also works for the nonprofit Soul Shoppe, designing, conducting and facilitating workshops for elementary school children in the Bay Area to eliminate bullying, and help regulate their emotions. Annie graduated from Stanford University in 2014.

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CLASS NOTES CLASS OF 2006 (CONT.) 1 Kelsey Chan-Chin ‘06 and Kenzie Chan-Chin ‘08 at Kelsey’s graduation from Tulane University where she received her MBA. 2 Spencer Scolnick ‘06 just finished his field assignment with Shell, working in the Gulf of Mexico as a drilling supervisor. He is now back in the office in New Orleans, continuing to support deepwater drilling operations in the Gulf. During his assignment, he was able to travel during his off hitches to Nicaragua, South Africa, the UK, several U.S. National Parks, and a couple other cities in the U.S.

team. Thanks to the flight benefits, he has traveled to Tokyo, Los Angeles, Denver, Washington, D.C., and hopes to visit Dublin, Paris, and Tel Aviv in the coming weeks. Thanks to Mr. Saslow and the Bolder Boulder, the running bug stuck, and last fall, he completed the Berlin Marathon in Germany during Oktoberfest! His sights are set on the New York Marathon this fall.

CLASS OF 2007 3 Sarah Frank ‘07 and boyfriend Jon Coryell. 4 Emily Lane ‘07 is entering her third year in the EMAP program working as an engineer for Dresser-Rand. This year’s placement moves her back to Colorado because they have an office in Ft. Collins.

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Julia Kelson ’07 graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in public relations.  She now lives in San Francisco where she works for a subsidiary of a world-wide public relations firm, and her practice is in representing technology companies.  Her favorite part of the job is the public relations work for the social causes that these companies support.  Julia also plays her viola in a San Francisco community orchestra. 5 Keegan Cross ‘07, Ashlin Cross ‘11, Tierney Cross ‘11, Aubree Cross, and

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6 Fred Couzens ‘08 (Miami of Ohio ’16), Alex Sadler ‘08 (Denison ’16), James Rassenfoss ‘08 (Holy Cross ’16) and Bailey Tills ‘08 (Brown ’16) traveled with their moms for ten days exploring the Adriatic Islands of Croatia. Hiking, sea kayaking, touring medieval walled cities and towns, the group enjoyed the wonderful culture and breathtaking scenery. Highlights were the island of Hvar, Korchula’s (Marco Polo’s home) walled city and charm, the delicious olive oil and seafood, the clear beauty of the Adriatic and the dramatic limestone cliffs above the sea. They ended the trip in the spectacular city of Dubrovnic when all vowed to plan another adventure soon. 7 Congratulations to  Bailey Tills ‘08 who has joined the professional lacrosse team,

the Denver Outlaws! A graduate of Brown University, Tills helped lead the Bears to an appearance in the NCAA Men’s Division-1 Lacrosse tournament in 2016. Prior to Brown, Tills was a captain of Kent Denver’s lacrosse team where he was named the team’s “Most Valuable Attackman” and was the winner of the Begattaway Award for being the hardest working player who best embodies the program, players, and the game. While at Kent, he was also named Denver Athletic Club’s 6


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CLASS NOTES CLASS OF 2008 (CONT.) “Athlete of the Year” as the best Colorado student-athlete. Given Bailey’s accomplishments both on and off the field, we are not surprised to see him doing so well. Bailey has joined fellow alums Alex Sadler ’08 and Freddie Couzens ’08 in San Francisco. 1 Angie Chan-Chin,

Kelsey Chan-Chin ‘06, Kenzie Chan-Chin ‘08, and George Chan-Chin at Kenzie’s college graduation from Washington University in St. Louis. Kenzie graduated with a B.S. in business. CLASS OF 2009 2 Billy Lane ‘09 just graduated from Carthage College with a degree in public relations. He plans to stay in the Chicago area. 1

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CLASS OF 2011 7 Jerry Farmer ’11 donated a full day of his time to support the St. Anne’s annual Habitat for Humanity build in Denver, organized by the St. Anne’s Outreach Committee.

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CLASS OF 2012 (CONT.) Jennifer Groene ‘12 is currently attending Montana State in Bozeman. 1 Dani Murray ‘12 and Lauren Murray ‘14 with parents Chris and Steve.

Emily Harden ‘12 is currently a freshman at the University of Pugent Sound in Tacoma, Washington. 2 Joe Caplis ’12 (shown here with sister Caroline Caplis ’15) is currently a freshman at IMG Academy in Florida. Rich Amend and Deb Bishop enjoyed a surprise visit from the Caplis family while on the annual Washington, D.C., trip with the eighth grade. 3 Pictured here are Joe Caplis ’12 and sister Caroline Caplis ’15 and parents Dan and Aimee with Rich Amend and Deb Bishop. CLASS OF 2013 4 Jack Bredar ‘08, Lauren Bredar ’10, and Andy Bredar ‘13. Andy is doing a gap year in Belo Horizonte, Brazil before heading off to college at Santa Clara University in California.

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Ben will be attending Montana State in the fall where he looks forward to fishing the rivers in Bozeman. 5 Celia Osman ‘13, Karlee Osman ‘17, and Graham Osman ‘15 with parents Lee and Lisa. Celia is currently at Colorado Academy where she is playing volleyball, basketball and soccer. She was recently voted AllState volleyball! She has loved the CA community and will miss it when she graduates.

6 Signing day for some St. Anne’s alums - Sarah MacKenzie ‘13 came over from Kent to support Charlotte Godfrey ‘13 and Emma Godfrey ‘13. Charlotte will be attending Denison University to play field hockey and lacrosse. Sarah will also be going to Denison next year. Emma will be attending Dickinson College to play field hockey and lacrosse.

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Luke Bagan ’13 has been accepted to CU Boulder and the University of South Carolina with merit. He has decided to attend the University of South Carolina in the fall. 7 Taylor Hantman ’13 and fellow seniors from Cherry Creek High School were featured in the Denver Post for their work promoting an anti-bullying campaign, known as “Peaceful Schools.” Working with

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CLASS OF 2013 (CONT.) the Rotary Club of Denver, Taylor and other high school students meet once every three weeks to “teach” the anti-bullying program to first, second, and third graders at Belleview Elementary. High schoolers are equipped with various lesson plans, story books, and fun activities which they use to help elementary students understand the negative effects of bullying.

William Sadler ‘13, currently a senior at Kent Denver, is going to Tufts in the fall to play lacrosse. CLASS OF 2014 1 Will Hennes ‘14, Ryan Bergner ‘14, Lauren Murray ‘14, Emma Domich ‘14, Will Sadler ‘13 and Claire Hutchison ‘14 ham it up before the Kent Denver Neon Nights Dance on February 11. 2 Peter Obregon ‘05, Alex Obregon ‘07, Sally Obregon, Richard Obregon, and Jonathan Obregon ‘14. 3 Willy Boatman ‘14, Emma Domich ‘14, Ryan Bergner ‘14, Claire Hutchison ‘14 and Will Hennes ‘14 at the Kent Denver Prom on June 3, 2017. CLASS OF 2015 4 Dan Caplis, Caroline Caplis ’15, Joe Caplis ‘12, and Aimee Caplis at

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5 Dawson Storrs ’15 and Bobby Groene ’15 worked as young ranch hands last summer for a short spell.  They worked long and hard and learned a few things. Many days had them waking up at 5:00 AM to drive an hour and a half to work 450 calves and 450 heifers! 6 Ellie Wells ’15 partnered with St. Anne’s to donate our unsold books from our annual Used Book Sale in March to the African Library Project, an organization that coordinates book drives in the United States with starting small libraries in African villages. The book drive was a huge success on all fronts. Because of the many book donations from our community, we were able to donate over 1,600 books to the African Library Project, far exceeding the 1,000 books needed to start a new library in a school ironically named St. Anne’s in Malawi, Africa. 7 Elsie Hauser ‘15 with brother Brooks Hauser ‘17, and parents Jon and Kimberly 8 Brooks Hauser ‘17 and

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CLASS NOTES CLASS OF 2015 (CONT.) playing Caroline Caplis ’15 and Emily Wilson ’15, currently at Kent Denver. 1 Kenzi Bishop ’15 with mom Deb Bishop at the 2016 All-School Picnic and Carnival.

Máire McHugh ’15 joined fellow St. Anne’s alums for a lunch at Colorado Academy where she is a sophomore. Since being at CA, she has realized her love for photography. Máire expressd her love for the school and her teachers. She is doing great! CLASS OF 2016 2 Jordyn Jentz ‘16,

Maddy Jane McDonald ‘16, and Ana Morris ‘16. Ana is currently a freshman at St. Mary’s where she plays volleyball and is participating in the spring musical.

Bailey Walker ‘16 joined fellow St. Anne’s alums at a lunch at CA where she is currently a freshman. Bailey ran cross country in the fall and is taking rock climbing this winter. Bailey loves CA and is doing great!

3 Barrie Barto ‘16 with her horse Henry. Barrie rides horses competitively and in the past year, was champion in Colorado for the pre-children’s division with her horse, Henry. 4 Couper Staab ‘16, Austin Hurd ‘16, and Rick Sigler. Couper and Austin are currently attending DSST Byers. Couper is also doing a program at Breckenridge called the BOEC where he teaches kids with disabilities how to ski. Austin is playing basketball for DSST Byers as well as a few other sports for South High School. 5 Jordyn Jentz ‘16, Ana Morris ‘16, and Alan Smiley. Jordyn currently attends Lutheran High School and is participating in poms and cheer.

Nate Morris ‘16 is currently a freshman at South High School in Denver. He really enjoyed playing soccer in the fall. As a freshman at Kent Denver, Rawson Welch ‘16 won states in soccer in the fall. He had a lot of fun playing. 6 Siena Whitaker ‘16 and Katie Hill ‘16 at the 2016 All-School Picnic and Carnival.


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Mother Irene Society

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he Mother Irene Society was established during St. Anne’s 50th anniversary year to honor those whose generosity through planned giving will ensure the future of the school. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Jennie Ruport (jruport@st-annes.org) for more information. We are pleased to share the following list of Mother Irene Society members, all who have made provisions in their estate plans for St. Anne’s: Maureen Allen Anonymous Paula Armstrong Todd and Nancy Bacon Field Benton* Leigh and Diana Bray Ed and Glenda Calligan Suzette Calvillo Marc and Vicki Carpenter John and Sally Comfort* The Parents of Veronica Creamer 2001 Dan and Kiki Cross Vicki Curtiss Barry and Sonia Danielsen Megan Jones Datwyler 1994 and Steve Datwyler Barbara Dau Jane Davis Kathie De Russy Richard Dehncke and Kim Morss Joe and Holly Dencker Debra Deverell Francie Dittmer Mary Eby Lori Frank Maeve Franklin Nancy Franks Taylor Gantt 1994 Tim Gardner and Deb Froeb Newell Grant, Jr. 1995 Newell and Judy Grant Jim and Lucinda Greene

Louise Davis Hanna 1997 Julie Harrington Jim and Amy Hecht Reed Hogue 1990 Malin Jones and Jan Crewes-Jones Rob Kelly* Phil and Deb Kelly Andy and Sherry Kenney Lauren Kenney 2002 Bob and Roxanne Koehler Bob Lamarre and Laura Wray Alfred Michel Lamarre* Margaret Leiser Cammy Lindsay Owen and Debbie Locke Tupper and Laurie MacDowell Steve and Courtney Marsters Lanny and Sharon Martin Fred Masoudi and Marie Johnson Stacy McHugh Caroline McKinnon Carolyn Bauer and Steven Medema Andy and Sarah Mengshol 1987 Margaret Grant Mitchell 1990 Steve and Chris Murray Pamela Norris* Paul Oberbroeckling and Becky Orr Richard and Sally Obregon Reed and Charlotte Pritchard Peter and Ellen Putze Caroline Rassenfoss

Mark and Martha Reese Henry and Dianne Ripley Dan and Marian Seff George and Nancy Sharpe Steve and Anna Siegel Brooke and Luke Simpson John and Kay Smiley Alan and Kyra Smiley James A. Smith 1961 Kelsey Smith 2001 Ronda Smith Eaton Smith* Doug and Ann Sparks Ramsay and Holly Stabler Margaret and Laird Stabler* Mimi Stone* Craig and Ann Strazza Bob and Judy Thompson Winston Thompson 1998* Giles Toll* and Constance Hauver Chuck and Debbie Woods Elizabeth Johnson Wray Wendell Wurzweiler and Lisa Gould

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stablished in 2008 in memory of Sam and Grace Masoudi, who died while they were students at St. Anne’s, this Fund has helped to provide partial scholarships to six deserving students in the middle school each year in conjunction with the Challenge Foundation. Dr. and Mrs. Michael Allen Drs. Erin and Amrut Ambardekar Ms. Cornelia Anderson Ms. Paula Armstrong and Mr. Richard Koon Ms. Emily Baker Dr. and Mrs. William Baker Mr. Noah Barrett and Mrs. Emily Lorenz Barrett 1995 Mary Benedict and George Sarosi Mr. and Mrs. John H. Birkeland Mrs. Rachel Lyons and Mr. Kevin F. Bostick Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bouc Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Bowditch Ms. Kelly A. Ryan and Mr. Steven M. Bradley Dr. Khadijah Breathett Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Bredar Ms. Colleen Kennedy and Mr. John Brewer Mr. Ralph Brindis Mr. John Bruno and Dr. Elizabeth Bruno 1991 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buchenau Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Budman Dr. Clay Burlew and Mr. Paul Burlew Mr. and Mrs. John Burn Mr. and Mrs. William B. Buyers Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Calkins, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Carlson Dr. and Mrs. J. Marc Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Justin Carr Ms. Maura B. Carroll and Mr. Matt Smyth The Chan-Chin Family Ms. Deb R. Chromik-Ralston Ms. Erin L. Cody Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Cornetta Mr. Hew Crooks Mrs. Nicole and Mr. Dan Cross Dr. Vicki Curtiss and Mr. John McFarlane Mr. Robert Dall Joseph Daniels and Emily Daniels 1996 Mr. Eric Dawson and Ms. Genevieve R. Marcelino Rosemarie DelMonte Dr. and Mrs. Scott Doniger Mr. Henry Dorn Mr. and Mrs. Lee Driscoll

Ms. Mary Fox-Dubus and Mr. Tim Dubus Renee and Marc Ducnuigeen The Dyer Family Ms. Adriana Early Daniel Emmerling 2008 Joseph Emmerling 2003 Mary Emmerling 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Ernest Drs. Jessica and Brendan Essary Drs. Stacy and Henry Fischer Mr. Matthew Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. David Frank Ms. Nancy Franks Ms. Virginia Danna and Dr. John Gerdes Ms. Susie W. Hwang and Mr. Matthew N. Glickman Mr. Lawrence Golan Mr. Steve Gutterman Mr. and Mrs. Brad Hajim Betty Hamako Mr. and Mrs. Steven Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Haruyama Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hayden Dr. Rick Heller Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Hergott Kathleen Hewitt Mr. Philip W. Hickey Mr. and Mrs. David Hill Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hill Ms. Dawn Horvat Mr. Kenneth Huelskamp, Jr. Mr. Tom Settlemire and Mr. Richard J. Italiano Charles and Katharine Johnson Alex Johnson 2010 Lee and Jessica Johnson Sydney Johnson 2012 Allison Jones 2016 Ms. Christine Jones Ms. Jodi Jones Dr. Karolyn Kabir and Mr. David Greher Kaiser Permanente The Family of Darleen S. Kanter Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Karle Ms. Amy Katz Ms. Mandy Keiley

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelly II The Kennedy Family Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Key The Kolpak Family Ms. Sharon Koransky Ms. Claudia Krasnoff Danielle Kreutter Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lavender Mrs. Cathy Leibowitz Dr. Catherine Levisay and Mr. John Levisay Jean T. Brennan and Martin D. Litt Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Long Mr. and Mrs. Tupper MacDowell Dr. David J. Magid and Mrs. Virginia L. Golder-Magid Ms. Deborah Maglio Mr. Gerard A. Maglio Ms. Judith Margolis Drs. Marie Johnson and Frederick Masoudi Ms. Lisa Hamako and Mr. Gerald Masoudi Drs. Marsha T. Tharakan and Jonathan F. Masoudi Elizabeth Masoudi 2008 Gabrielle Masoudi Mr. Hesam Masoudi Kaye Nilson and Sam Masoudi, Ella Masoudi and Clayton Masoudi Sammie Grace Masoudi Dr. Kathleen Mattei and Mr. Jon Mattei Colleen McIlvennan Dr. and Mrs. Michael McLaughlin Andy Mengshol and Sarah Culkin Mengshol 1987 The Miller Family The Mitchell Family Mr. and Mrs. Newton Moreira Mr. and Mrs. M. Sean Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O’Hollearn Ms. Sue Johanning and Mr. Jeff Oberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Oneslager, Jr. Mr. Rod and Mrs. Lana Oosterhouse Ms. Pam Peterson Alex Port 2007


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Mrs. Kim Fong-Sheremeta and Mr. Frank Sheremeta Mr. Rick Sigler Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Slack Ms. Anne Slotwiner and Dr. David J. Slotwiner Mr. and Mrs. Alan Smiley The Smith Family Nicholas J. Smith 2014 The Sommer Family Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Spielman Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay C. Stabler Ms. Laurel Staky Dr. Sheryl H. and Mr. Thomas C. Stefaniak Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stoffel Ms. Anne F. Stolberg Dr. Amy Storfa and Mr. Jordon Storfa Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sutherland Dr. DiAhn Taplin and Mr. Britton Taplin The Thomas Family Joseph H. Thompson Fund Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Toll

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ALUMNI AND ALUMNI PARENT GIVING Anonymous (7) Ms. Lyn Albertson Jackie and Carl Algermissen 1984 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Allen Mr. and Mrs. John Arigoni Mr. and Mrs. William D. Armstrong Serra and Jack Armstrong 2002 Ms. Paula Armstrong and Mr. Richard Koon Dr. Beverly Butler & Mr. Timothy Aschenbrener Blake Aschenbrener 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Todd Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bagan Ms. Emily Baker Colton Baldwin 2017 Mr. Noah Barrett and Mrs. Emily Lorenz Barrett 1995 Rebekah Barry 2017 Connell Barton 2017 Ms. Janie Castañeda and Mr. Scott Beck Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Beeman Saylor Benes 2017 Brandon Bergner 2017 Ryan Bergner 2014 Margaret Bird 2017 Mr. and Mrs. John H. Birkeland Mikenzi Bishop 2015 Steven Blattner 2017 Sissy Blount and Mac Blount 1990 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Blount, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Bosworth II Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Bowditch Charles Bragg 2015 Ms. Jenifer Brandeberry and Mr. Dominic C. Del Papa Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Bredar Vanessa Brenengen 1999 Mr. and Mrs. William Brittan Sarah Brookhart 2017 Anna Brugioni 2004 Daniel Brugioni 2007 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Brugioni Kate Brugioni 2003

Mr. John Bruno and Dr. Elizabeth Bruno 1991 Drs. Deborah and Clark Bublitz Ms. Krista Buckley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Caccia Derek Cain 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Calkins Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Calligan Mr. and Mrs. J. William Callison James Callison 2009 Rory Callison 2015 William Callison 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Caplis Isabella Capra 2015 Marc and Vicki Carpenter Maya Cederlund 2017 Mr. Neil Chamberlin and Mrs. Annie Bacon Chamberlin 2000 Christina Chase 2008 Mrs. Janette Chase Kathryn Chase 2011 Ryan Cole 2007 Mr. and Mrs. John Comfort Mrs. Courtney and Mr. John Comfort III 1994 William Comfort 1999 Peter Coors 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Cornetta Andrew Corsi 2017 Fred Couzens 2008 Gavin Craig 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Creamer Ashlin Cross 2011 Mr. Dan S. Cross and Mrs. Nicole Cross Devin Cross 2005 Keegan Cross 2007 Tierney Cross 2011 Caroline Curtiss 2002 Spencer Curtiss 2006 Dr. Vicki Curtiss and Mr. John McFarlane Joseph Daniels and Emily Daniels 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Barry Danielsen Jackson Darré 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Davis Alison Dehncke 2005

Ms. Kim Morss and Mr. Richard Dehncke Kimberly Winter Dejong 1984 Ella DelZotto 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Neil P. Dermody Kathleen Dermody 2006 Isabelle Desjardins 2017 Robert Dicker 2017 Mr. and Mrs. J. Jeffrey Dohse John Dohse 2004 Jack Domich 2017 Keely Downs 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. James L. Duke Caroline Duke 2002 Mrs. Jesse Duke and Mr. Jamie Duke 1997 Ms. Adriana Early Kendall Early 2005 Mrs. Mary Eby Alexandra Eliot 2009 William Ellingson 2006 Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Erzinger Bill Falkenstein and Katje Steenrod Falkenstein 1995 Jerry R. Farmer 2011 Zola P. Feasel 2017 Elizabeth (Buffy) Fisher 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fleming Elizabeth Ford 2017 Ms. Marty Dickerson and Mr. Doug Fox Mr. and Mrs. David Frank Sarah Frank 2007 Maeve Franklin Ms. Nancy Franks Katherine Keiley Fritts 1991 Arianna Gerdes 2004 Sarah Grace Golding 2017 Mr. and Mrs. Newell Grant 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Newell M. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Brad E. Gray Mason Gray 2009 Tait Gray 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Greg Groene Jennifer Groene 2012


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Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kelly Julia Kelson 2007 Taylor Kelson 2006 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Kenney Lauren Kenney 2002 Rebecca Kerr 2017 Dr. Lisa and Mr. Charles F. Kettering III Shaylyn and Charlie Kettering 1999 Maxwell Key 2000 Bob and Roxanne Koehler Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kral Amy Kramer 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Thad Kurowski 1985 Ms. Laura L. Wray and Mr. Robert A. Lamarre Elizabeth F. Lanava 2017 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Lane Hunter Leggitt 1995 Kent Lester and Mary Martin Lester 1989 Lillian Lichtenberger 2017 Mr. Joe Liefer and Mrs. Veronica Creamer Liefer 2001 Ms. Cameron Lindsay and Mr. Robert Justice Thomas Preston Lloyd, Jr. and Alice Stephens Lloyd 1997 Hillary Locke 1992 Mrs. Cora Locke and Mr. Owen Locke 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Lorenz Mr. and Mrs. James A. Lorenzen Mr. Marvin L. Lummis Mr. and Mrs. Tupper MacDowell Mr. and Mrs. Tupper MacDowell Margot MacKenzie 2015 Phoebe MacKenzie 2012 Sarah G. MacKenzie 2013 Ms. Phyllis Loscalzo and Mr. James G. Mann Mr. and Mrs. J. Landis Martin Elise Martin 2011 Rogelio Martinez 2017 Drs. Marie Johnson and Frederick Masoudi Mr. and Mrs. Ralph G. McDermid Madelynn McDonald 2016 Ms. Nikki Withrow and Mr. Matthew McDonald Edward J. McFadden 2015

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William McFadden 2017 Maire McHugh 2015 Reverend Gilbert McKenzie Mr. Mark Meagher Ms. Carolyn Bauer and Dr. Steven Medema Danielle Meister and Will Meister 1999 Andy Mengshol and Sarah Culkin Mengshol 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Miller Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mills Haley Mirr 2005 Scott Mitchell and Margaret Grant Mitchell 1990 Jay and Miggy Monroe Yelena Montesinos 2017 Ed Moran and Lexie Sigler Moran 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Mower Abigail Mullaney 2017 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mulvihill Frances M. Murphy 2017 Mr. Conor Murphy and Mrs. Lucy Kelly Murphy 2002 Danielle Murray 2012 Ms. Kendal B. Murray Lauren Murray 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Murray Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Netzorg Kyle Nowak 2017 Ms. Chris O’Crowley Mr. and Mrs. David O’Neill Jack Oberg 2015 Celia A. Osman 2013 Karlee Osman 2017 J. Conor and Meg Keiley Overstake 1993 Barrett Oxenreider 2017 Mr. and Mrs. John Palm Beau Parise 2008 Mr. and Mrs. Chris Parise Elizabeth Parker 2015 William M. Pinto 2013 Patricia Pogge 2002 Dr. William Porter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pride Lyndsey Elizabeth Roe Pride 2019 Michael Pride 2018 Robby Pride 2002 Walker Pride 2004 Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Putze


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St. Anne’s Episcopal School

2016-2017 St. Anne’s Campaign

ALUMNI AND ALUMNI PARENT GIVING, CONT. Allie Putze 2012 Eleanor Queenan 2017 The Quinn Family Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rassenfoss Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ray Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Reed Mark C. Reese and Martha Graves Reese Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reid II Mr. and Mrs. Juan Reyes Kirby and Georgia Kelly Rising 1997 Chase Robinson 1998 Jaxon Ross 2017 Lorie and Chris Sadler William Sadler 2013 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Sanderson Henry Savage 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Savoie William Savoie 2007 Liza Sawyer 2008 Jake Sawyer 2010 Mr. and Mrs. John K. Sawyer Katherine W. Sawyer 2014 Lucas M. Sawyer 2014 Emilie Schaefer 2017 Mr. Jeff Schaffer and Mrs. Katherine Lorenz Schaffer 1998 Mr. William F. Schmausser, Jr. Julia Schor 2017 John Schweitzer 2017 Myles Scolnick 2008 Dr. Sheryl and Mr. Jay Scolnick Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Seff Frances M. and Timothy G. Seitz Ms. Katrina Shanks Benjamin Shapiro 2015 Jack Shapiro 2012 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Shapiro Catherine Sheehan 2009 Jaden Sheehan 2016 Juliana Sheehan 2006 Mary Helen Sheehan 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sheehan Ms. Jane Montgomery and Mr. John Shepherd Devon Sigler 2001

Mr. Rick Sigler Jean and Ted Simon Carrie Simon 1994 Will Simpson and Margo Duke Simpson 1999 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Smiley Amanda Smiley 2011 Brooke Smiley 2015 Trent J. Smiley 2013 Ronda and Dudley Smith Cory Smith 2005 Mr. James A. Smith 1961 Kelsey Smith 2001 Nicholas J. Smith 2014 Camille Solarte 2006 Dylan Solarte 2004 Ms. Virginia Bishop and Mr. Joseph A. Solarte Kiefer Solarte 2008 Erik Jensen and Stefanie Sommers 1997 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Spano Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Sparks Maddie Spiecker 2017 Roger Squire 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay C. Stabler Mrs. Nancy T. Stathopulos Parker Stava 2017 Lisa Stone and Carver Stone 1995 Mr. and Mrs. David Storrs John D. Storrs 2015 Lindsey Strawn 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Craig R. Strazza Elizabeth Strazza 2008 Alyssa and Henry Strazza 2003 William Strazza 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Streich Strohm Link Family Foundation Jackie Sturniolo 2003 Ms. Diane Talon Bryn Taplin 2017 Devon Taplin 2017 Bailey Tills 2008 Mr. Matthew Tills Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Toll Caroline Toll 2007

Ellie Toll 2008 Harrison Toll 2014 Mr. and Mrs. David Vander Meulen Caitlin Vera 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Vera Eric Vera 2007 Ms. Jennifer M. Voorhees Francis Walker 2016 Joseph Wall 2017 Ms. Liz Nardini and Mr. Darwyn Washington Taos J. Washington 2013 Tarwyn M. Washington 2013 Travis Washington 2012 Brad Weinig and Anne Herrington Weinig 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Whitacre The Whitaker Family Joan M. Whitbeck Carley Wiley 2016 Abigail Wilkinson 2016 Charles Wilkinson 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Williams Emily Wilson 2015 Braeden Wimer 2017 Adam Wise 2009 Ms. Lisa Gould and Mr. Wendel W. Wurzweiler Alyssa Yates 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Yates Mr. and Mrs. Steve York Leigh Young 2003 John and Caroline Caccia Zanner 2002 Allison Zarlengo 2001


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ST. ANNE’S DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD STI

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he St. Anne’s Episcopal School Alumni Board awards the “Distinguished Alumni Award” to alumni who have demonstrated by example in their lives the school’s mission, “educating minds, enriching hearts, expanding horizons,” and whose accomplishments and contributions embody the values, beliefs and vision of St. Anne’s. The award will honor those who have made outstanding contributions to their fields and to those around them with consideration given to their involvement with St. Anne’s.

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We hope this award serves as an inspiration to future St. Anne’s alumni to continue the “giving back” they started while students at the school. The St. Anne’s Alumni Board is launching the award nomination process this summer. Nominations will close by September 30, 2017. For more information and to nominate an alum, please visit st-annes.org/alumni/distinguished or reach out to Julia Brown, Development and Alumni Coordinator, at jbrown@st-annes.org.


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