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For the Alumni, Families, and Friends of St. Martin’s Episcopal School


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St. Martin’s Episcopal School 225 Green Acres Road Metairie, LA 70003 (504) 733-0353 stmsaints.com

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Head of School Merry Sorrells

Director of Development Lisa Davis

Director of Marketing & Communications Editor, The Bell Rob Norton

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Director of Alumni

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Aimee Hyatt ’02

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Wally Porter ’76, Parker Waters, Rob Norton, Megan Bauer, Ricky Gilmore, and faculty, parent and alumni submissions.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Kristi Peters and Christy Hackenberg, KP Creative

News & Events 4 Connect with us on social media:

New Faculty and Staff 4 Athletics 10

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Cover Story 14 Alumni Spotlight 22

@STMSAINTS

Alumni Events 25 Annual Fund 26

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Endowment & Special Funds 28 Scattered Faculty 30 Scattered Saints 31 Memorials 39

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Annual Report 40 Cover Artwork by Iris Hu.

MISSION STATEMENT

“We prepare students to thrive in college and in life through faith, scholarship and service.”


Message from the Head of School

Message from the Chairman of the Board of Trustees

Merry Sorrells

Stephen Huber ’89

Friday night lights…the first cool breezes of fall…stands full of excited fans…

I have spent many years connected to St. Martin’s,

players playing…cheerers cheering…and a heaping plate full of ribs, dumplings and fried rice? Yes, Chinese food has become a welcome addition to our Friday night fare, cooked up by our international students and other members of our new Upper School Cooking Club. We have added some new traditions to our longstanding ones, including ribs and dumplings on a Friday night.

as a student, an alum, a member of the Board of Trustees, and the father of children in the Lower School and George Cottage. I can truly say that never in all these years have I been more hopeful or excited for the future of our great school.

We are readying our students for their futures by teaching them to relate to life with a global mindset. Every day we strive to fulfill our school mission “to prepare our students to thrive in college and in life through faith, scholarship and service,” and instilling a global perspective in our students is an important part of that effort.

Lifting the shovel at the groundbreaking of The Gibbs Family Center for Innovation + Design was a landmark moment for me, as I am positive that this building and the program it represents will have an impact on not only our current students, but on the generations to come. I am grateful to Marian and Larry Gibbs and Mémé and Bert Wilson ’77, as co-chairs of our Capital Projects Campaign, for the investment of their time, energy, and resources. I am equally grateful for the incredible generosity of the many donors who are helping to make this dream a reality, and for all of the hard work of our faculty and staff who played such a crucial part in making this program a success.

Our students are gaining a “foot up” in that direction by interacting each day with fellow students who see things from a different viewpont. Experience is the greatest teacher of them all, and our students, both international and domestic, will learn to be ambassadors of their customs and beliefs through the friendships they develop on the courts, fields, stages, hallways and classrooms of St. Martin’s. We began our International Student Program at St. Martin’s with the expectation of growth, community-wide, in our understanding of other cultures, customs, and languages. This year we have added several students to our Upper School: two freshman, six juniors, and a senior. In addition, we hosted a summer program in which three teachers and thirty-nine students visited from our partner school in Hangzhou, China. And we are working toward hosting online curricular exchanges between our classes and theirs. During the 2016 spring break, we anticipate sending some of our teachers and students to visit our partner school in Hangzhou. Our teachers will observe their counterparts and exchange teaching skills. Our students will have the opportunity to sit alongside their Chinese peers in a foreign classroom, and visit cultural landmarks around the country. These opportunities will be available to all of our Upper School students, and not just those studying Mandarin. Through this program, we are cultivating a cultural sophistication in all of our students that will ready them to interact comfortably in an ever-shifting global environment. Knowledge of world geography, facility with world languages, understanding of the global economy, and cross-cultural comprehension are quickly becoming the hallmarks of an educated person. Success in the future workforce will be determined by how well our young people comprehend and relate from a global viewpoint. It is an exciting time at St. Martin’s as we continue to build skills in our students which will prepare them to excel in all aspects and conditions of college, and of life. During the groundbreaking ceremony for The Gibbs Family Center for Innovation + Design, Merry performed the turning of the soil three times as the following prayer was recited: With faith in God, this work is begun and this ground is broken in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.

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2015-16 Board of Trustees Mr. Stephen M. Huber ’89, Chair Mr. Patrick E. Costello, Vice Chair Mr. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78, Past Chair Mrs. Heidi Gremillion, Secretary Mr. Jeffrey Meckstroth, Treasurer Mr. Patrick Comer The Rev. Frederick D. Devall IV ’87 Mr. G. Perry Eastman III ’62 Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Mrs. Ana Ortega ’85 Mr. Bruce Parkerson ’75 Mr. David S. Reeves Mr. Walker Fleming Saik ’02 Dr. Peter Stedman ’71

I am equally excited about wonderful opportunities and connections being made through the International Student Program. This program’s success is the result of the commitment of so many individuals, starting with our administrators who were instrumental in making the program a reality. It is truly a testament to the hard work and efforts of our dedicated faculty and staff, who have gone the extra mile to help ensure its success. I am grateful to our student body that has welcomed these students into our school, to our many families who have welcomed them into their homes, and to the international students themselves who have already had such a powerful impact on us. We are a stronger community for their joining us. The new home for our Innovation + Design program and the incorporation of our international students are just two of many incredible examples of the value of a St. Martin’s education. We are preparing our students to succeed in college and in life by adapting to a changing world while remaining true to our values of faith, scholarship and service. Stephen Huber ’89

Ex officio: Mrs. Merry Sorrells The Rt. Rev. Morris K. Thompson 2015-16 Board of Visitors Mr. Michael C. Odom, President Mr. Herschel L. Abbott, Jr. Mrs. Judy Fremaux Adams ’64 Mr. Richard C. Adkerson Dr. Robert Arensman Mr. Brian C. Bossier ’78 Mr. Alan G. Brackett Mr. Gary H. Brewster ’71 Mrs. Joella B. Burlingame Mrs. Lynn S. Coatney Brig. Gen. J. B. Cobb ’54 Mrs. Beth DePass ’79 The Very Rev. David duPlantier Dr. W. Brooks Emory ’60 Mr. Michael A. Flick The Rev. Susan Gaumer Mrs. Marian Gibbs Dr. Tejas T. Godiwala Mr. John J. Graham Mr. James O. Gundlach ’54 Mr. Hans A.B. Jonassen ’58 Mrs. Donna Bethune Lewis Mrs. Brenda Manard Mr. Robert W. Merrick ’62 Mr. Jesse B. Morgan III ’66 Mr. Robert E. Peyton Mrs. Becky Ramelli Mrs. Janet Rigdon Dr. Fred H. Rodriguez, Jr. ’68 Mrs. Mary Sue Nelson Roniger ’60 Mr. Jerry L. Saporito Mrs. Margaret Schuber Mr. Howard J. Smith, Jr. ’60 Mr. Gary N. Solomon, Sr. Mrs. Karen Sullivan Mr. George R. Sumner Mrs. Kerry Vogt Mrs. Edie Wilson Mr. John M. Wilson Ex officio: Mr. Stephen M. Huber ’89 Mrs. Merry Sorrells The Rt. Rev. Morris K. Thompson

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NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS & EVENTS

SCO Back to School Bash

Welcome New Faculty and Staff Annabelle Allen Lower School Spanish & 5th Grade Teacher Devi Anderson Cottage Teacher

This fall St. Martin’s Performing Arts

Department proudly presented To Kill a Mockingbird. This classic American novel by Harper Lee was published in 1960 and was immediately successful, winning the Pulitzer Prize. Scout, a young girl in a quiet Southern town, experiences dramatic events that will affect the rest of her life. Set in 1935, the play illustrates the social issues of the time period. This dramatization of the touching classic tale is a meaningful work of art. After seeing the show, Upper School English teacher Al Tritico commented, “The cast and crew poured themselves into some difficult material with thoughtfulness and grace, and the result is inspiring.” The production was a huge success and the community is eagerly awaiting the upcoming productions of The Odd Couple and Xanadu.

On Sunday, August 16, 2015 the SCO hosted a fun gathering as a

way to welcome back the community for the 2015-2016 school year. Dads manned the grill to serve up burgers and Lucky Dog was on hand too. Kids of all ages were treated to red and blue snoballs. The younger ones were kept busy on inflatables and everyone enjoyed live music from student band Midnight Horizon. It was a great way to start the year.

Jodi Broggi Cottage Teacher Meredith Centineo Cottage Teacher John Dicasali Director of Making and

Learning & Middle School Science Teacher

Eric DeRoche ’02 Head Girls

Tennis Coach

Rachel Eustis Kindergarten Assistant Melissa Huwe 3rd Grade Teacher Mike Huwe Middle School History Teacher;

Assistant Football Coach, Head Soccer Coach

James Huval Director of Technology Linda Irwin Grant Writer Kit Laird Head Baseball Coach Meredith Long-Dieth Director of Theater Cathy Massengale Coach: Head MS Volleyball,

Head MS Girls Soccer, Assistant MS Boys & Girls Tennis, Assistant US/MS Golf

Katherine McGowan Cottage Teacher Michelle Morgan Cottage Teacher Rosary Mouton Cottage Teacher Matt Murray Instrumental Music Teacher Emily Pastorek 2nd Grade Teacher Meredith Pennison Cottage Teacher Cissy Rowley Upper School French Teacher Scott Simpson Head Football and Track & Field Coach Jordan Soyka Middle School English Teacher Deanna Tillery Admission Assistant Tanya Tranchina Cottage Teacher

Two Seniors Named National Merit Semi-finalists

Brandi Williams Director of Design Thinking Missy VanGeffen Cottage Teacher Erin Walker English II Teacher

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Jennifer Wang Director of International Program Courtney Ward Head Girls Basketball Coach,

Assistant Track Coach

Teresa York Upper School Spanish Teacher

Congratulations to Jack Zheng ’16 and Abbey Sims ’16

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NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS & EVENTS

ST. MARTIN’S GOLF TOURNAMENT Presented by

EUSTIS INSURANCE Friday, October 23, 2015 Cypress Lakes Country Club at Ormond

SCO Family Fest

THE GIBBS FAMILY CENTER FOR INNOVATION + DESIGN

On Saturday, October 3, 2015 the SCO hosted the

annual St. Martin’s Family Fest at City Park Carousel Gardens. The cool fall weather was perfect as Cottage, Lower, Middle and Upper School students and families took over the amusements. The Ladybug and Tilt-AWhirl were favorites, but the best part of the night was the bumper car contest between Head of School Merry Sorrells and Lower School Head Ford Dieth ’89. Mrs. Sorrells’ team was champion, but Mr. Dieth is already planning his strategy for next year.

WINNING TEAM Bart Cranford and the Cranford Equipment Company Inc. team.

On Thursday, November 5, the entire St. Martin’s community gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of The Gibbs Family Center for Innovation + Design. The event began with a chapel service and moved on to the building site. In addition to students from all divisions, faculty, and parents, there were numerous special guests on campus. The Center for Innovation + Design will be a cutting edge facility, structured to meet the needs of the school’s design thinking program. Top: Larry Gibbs speaks of the impact of this new building. Middle: Cottage student William Feibleman ’30, son of William Feibleman ’82 and Brandi Ermon Feibleman ’87 Left: Merry Sorrells with the Gibbs Family.

Kim Sorrells, Blair Harrison, Danny McMyne, Ford Dieth ’89

Rev. Fred Devall ’87, Bob Marks, Charlie Riley, Kyle Sclafani ’92

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Below: Abbey Sims ’16, Prudence Dudley ’21, Father Michael Kuhn, Larry Gibbs, Marian Gibbs, Mémé Wilson, Bert Wilson ’77, Merry Sorrells, Carolyn Wanek Treuting, Peter Wanek ’86, Gavin Simeon ’23, Stephen Huber ’89, William Feibleman ’30, Perry Eastman ’62, Michael Nicoladis ’78, Todd Murphy and Garrett Mason. For the full story visit stmsaints.com/gibbscid


NEWS & EVENTS

NEWS & EVENTS

2015 HOMECOMING COURT & ESCORTS SENIORS Ashley Garrido Kailee Gibson Annie Hasney Jaclyn Murphy JUNIORS Julia Reggio Bailey Taylor Brooke Williamson

November 4-6, 2015 Despite a rainy weekend it was another great Homecoming for

the Saints. Homecoming activities were happening all over campus. Cottage and Lower School students showed their spirit by making shakers and Upper School decorated hallways. On Friday the entire school packed into the gym for a pep rally. Then our annual Fall Fellowship was moved inside but was fun nonetheless. The football game began at 7pm on Tony Porter Field with 1965 Quarterback Tommy Merrick ’66 conducting the coin toss. At halftime the Court was presented by their fathers. The Saints went on to win the game, 49-22. Saturday, the Upper School held their Homecoming Dance where Senior Kailee Gibson was crowned queen.

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ESCORTS Brisbin Anthony Ashton Angelle Kevin Bird Hampton Davis Luke Didriksen Ashton Harris David Miller Dante Ness Stephen Sandel Jack Zheng

SOPHOMORES Lillian Doskey Khaja Bradley Homecoming Queen Kailee Gibson dancing with her father, Greg Gibson.

FRESHMAN Ruby Reeves

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ATHLETICS

ATHLETICS

Football

The football team led by Coach Scott Simpson in his first year at StM finished the season on a high note with a 49-22 victory on Homecoming. The young team worked hard on and off the field and many players received All District Honors. Named to Offense 1st Team were: John Hurley (Soph)-Wide Receiver, Gershom Thompson ( Jr)-Offensive Line, Hayden Nugent (Sr)-Offensive Line. Saints on the Defense – 1st Team were: Hakeem Blackstone ( Jr)-Linebacker. Also earning All District 1st Team was Punter Luke Didriksen (Sr). Saints on the Offense 2nd Team were: Kevin Bird (Sr)-Quarterback, Hakeem Blackstone ( Jr)-Running Back, Jack Zheng (Sr)-Offensive Line. On Defense 2nd Team were: Hampton Davis (Sr)Defensive Back, Christian Rice ( Jr)-Defensive Back, Tyler Falk ( Jr)-Linebacker, Gershom Thompson ( Jr)Defensive Line. Volleyball

After a solid season our volleyball team went into the playoffs as District 8-1A Runner Up. After a win in the Bi-District round, they advanced but were defeated in the Regional Round.

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Cross Country

Our outstanding Cross Country teams under the direction of Coach Warren Lind had an impressive season. Both the girls and boys teams were 2015 District 8-1A Champions. Elise Lafleur was the individual district champion for the girls and senior Antonio Imbornone for the boys. Both were named to the all-district team. Also earning all-district honors were Bryce Monier, Jesse Reeves, Rico Coleman, Alexandra Bartholomew, Chloe Bartholomew, and Isabella Bartholomew. The boys took State Champions, Girls State Runners-Up and Antonio Imbornone 1st Overall at State. Swimming

Saints swimmers accumulated numerous top ten finishes during meets this fall and were able to log state qualifying times. Boys came in 5th in district and girls 3rd. Cheerleading

Our cheerleading team, led by seniors Ashley Bossier, Belin Manale, Jaclyn Murphy, Jessica LeCoq, Julia Weaver, and Annie Hasney, has encouraged our student athletes, fired up the crowd at pep rallies and games, and led our school in spirit.

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HALL OF FAME

2015 Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame On Friday, September 25, 2015 the newest members of the Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame were formally inducted in a ceremony held in the Solomon Theater. That evening the inductees were recognized during half time at the Hall of Fame Game on Tony Porter Field. Those inductees were Anne Shepherd Breitschwerdt ’69, Chris Beckman Sr. ’88, and the 1992-1993 Undefeated State Champion Girls Basketball Team. To read more about the 2015 inductees, visit www.stmsaints.com/halloffame.

Anne Shepherd Breitschwerdt ’69

Throughout her years at St. Martin’s, Anne Shepherd Breitschwerdt ’69 was an outstanding athlete. She seized every opportunity to participate in athletics. When asked to reflect on her experience at St. Martin’s, Anne had many fond memories. However what stuck out most was not who won the games but the times shared with friends. She stated, “Sports have always played an important part in my life. Many of life’s lessons were learned in the gym and on the field. I have so many wonderful memories.”

1992-1993 Girls Basketball Team

L-R: Kemper Todd, Head of School Merry Sorrells, Chris Beckman, Sr. ’88, Eileen Beckman

2015 CROSS COUNTRY

STATE CHAMPIONS

Chris Beckman, Sr. ’88 was a standout in basketball during his time at St. Martin’s and beyond. He was named three times to the All-District basketball team and All-District baseball team. He was twice named to the All-East Bank team for basketball and baseball, and lettered in both sports all four years of Upper School. He is a member of St. Martin’s basketball 1000 Point Club and also holds the record for St. Martin’s all-time leading scorer in Boys Basketball. In his acceptance speech he noted that participation in athletics is one of the best character builders a young person can have.

BOYS STATE CHAMPIONS AND GIRLS STATE CHAMPION RUNNER-UPS Antonio Imbornone was the Class 1A Individual Champion and named to the Composite All-State Cross Country Team.

2015-2016 Belle Johnson Scholars The Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation was established by her family in honor of Mrs. Johnson, who was a teacher and vibrant part of St. Martin’s for over 30 years until her death in 2010. Mrs. Johnson’s children, Doug Johnson ’60 and Glenn Johnson Brady ’65, are proud alumni of St. Martin’s and serve on the recipient selection committee. For the past 18 years, the Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation has provided financial aid to qualified students in grades six through twelve. Belle Johnson scholars are selected on the basis of their academic performance, promise, citizenship, and extracurricular involvement.

Past inductees are: the 1951 Metro Team, Coach Tony Porter, Ben Tisdale ’54, John Eastman ’64, Glenn Johnson Brady ’65, John Girault ’55, the 1969 Class A State Track Champions, JoAnn DeMartini ’82, Kate McCall Clarke ’79,

The 1992-1993 girls basketball team was amazing by any measure. For the first time in StM history, the team went into the playoffs undefeated. The girls swept the playoffs to become the state champions. At the ceremony Coach DoBee Plaisance accepted the honor on behalf of her team. She earned a standing ovation from the Upper School students in attendance. 12 | Fall 2015

Chris Delaune ’91, the 1978 Volleyball Team, Linda Tuero ’68, William Ball ’73, Gerald Lewis ’89, Ashley Tappin Doussan ’93, Barbara Farris ’94, the 1991 Baseball Team, Frederick Devall III ’56, Anne Monsted ’93, the 1954 Basketball Team, the 1959 Relay Team, Christian Shofstahl ’93 and Linda Trevino.

Belle Johson Scholars, standing L-R: Jun Choi, Bruce Miller, Luke Jeanfreau, Jeffrey Ganacheau, Charlotte Goudail, Gabby Killett, Maansi Solanky, Kyle Winkler, Antonio Imbornone, Rico Coleman, Barret Shepherd - *not pictured – Abigail Sims Seated L-R: Ana Mesa Ortega ’85, Stephen Huber ’89, Glenn Johnson Brady ’65, Doug Johnson ’60, Susan Johnson, Dennis Brady, Merry Sorrells, Laurie Stewart


COVER STORY

GLOBAL

PERSPECTIVES St. Martin’s Episcopal School’s mission continues to be “We prepare our

students for college and for life,” but how we do that must continually evolve to meet that goal. Our Innovation + Design program is helping to better prepare our students for success through the experience of tackling real-world problems, working in collaborative teams on campus, in the community and around the world, and focusing on the process to achieve solutions. This means our students will enter college and the workplace ready to develop solutions to the problems of today and tomorrow as part of diverse teams. The new International Student Program brings another important facet to this mission by preparing our students for a truly global community. It provides both our current students and our new international students the opportunity to learn from each other, break down cultural divides, and foster understanding. It prepares them for the global workforce that awaits them. This year, our senior student, Andy Chen, who came to St. Martin’s last spring and lives with the Jeanfreau family, was joined by seven new international students from China. There are six juniors: Ophelia Li, who lives with her own family here; Sam Jin and Iris Hu, both living with Director of the International Student Program Jennifer Wang’s family; Steven Zhao and Marc Zheng, who both live with Margie Brown ’76, parent of an alum; and Jenni Li, from Zhengzhou, Henan Province, who lives with our sophomore Brianne Milioto’s family. Freshman Claire Mao lives with her aunt, Helen Hu. This fall has been a wonderful time of welcoming these new students into our family, supporting them, and enjoying all of the amazing ways they have become such a part of StM in such a short time. GROUP PHOTO Top Row: Marc Zheng, Sam Jin Middle Row: Ophelia Li, Claire Mao, Jennifer Wang (Director of International Student Program) Bottom Row: Steven Zhao, Iris Hu, Jenni Li, Andy Chen Top Photo: Ophelia pumps up the crowd at a pep rally. Middle Photo: Sam and Marc study together in the Martin Family Library. Bottom Photo: Iris displays the art she created for the cover of this issue of The Bell.

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FEATURE STORY

FEATURE STORY

International Summer Camp The people of South Louisiana know about storms. So when 39 international campers and three international teachers scheduled to attend St. Martin’s first-ever international summer camp were not able to make their flights due to a major typhoon, our community banded together. The camp was quickly pushed back and our many host families were incredibly flexible to accommodate the campers.

Traveling to China In many ways, the International Student Program at St. Martin’s put down roots last March, when Head of School Merry Sorrells, Director of Admission Laurie Stewart, and Head of Upper School Michelle Scandurro travelled to China with Director of International Student Program Jennifer Wang. As Mrs. Sorrells wrote during the trip, “This trip has reinforced for us the importance of exposing each of our students to a global education. Our traveling days have illuminated the necessity of providing our students with cultural exchanges and fluency in a modern language, as essential components of fulfilling our mission: to prepare our students for the life that is their future.” The trip included stops in five cities: Beijing, Tianjin, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Hangzhou. During the trip to Hangzhou, we signed an official document confirming St. Martin’s and Yanzhou High School as Sister Schools. The administrators also met with China Project Hope and other education agencies, visited schools in each area, and met with some of our new international students’ family members. As Mrs. Sorrells recapped, “The more we saw of China, the more we understood why it is so important to our This spring, t gain insight into the en l Stud Internationa its st ho ill perspective and history of Program w na for hi C to ip tr others, and how acquiring first and faculty. StM students an international perspective t ac nt Co Interested? g an will prepare our students to move W r Jennife ang@ r.w ife nn Je more seamlessly and thoughtfully at for stmsaints.com in an increasingly connected ation. more inform world.” Above: Jennifer Wang, Michelle Scandurro, Laurie Stewart and Merry Sorrells in the Forbidden City. 16 | Fall 2015

Upon arrival, they spent the morning in courses such as literature, STEM, game design, and architecture, with afternoon trips to places like the French Quarter, Biloxi, City Park, and a Zephyr’s baseball game. They also took part in activities like Project Adventure, and capped off the week with a performance in the Solomon Theater with StM students and their host families. The educators were able to shadow our instructors, learning from them and exchanging ideas on teaching. The camp served as a great introduction to our community in hosting international students. Heidi Gremillion, whose family hosted three international campers, said, “The experience was fantastic. We brought them out to eat seafood and grilled steaks. We introduced them to paddle boarding, went to Rock-n-Bowl, hung out at City Park, ate snowballs, and had a BBQ with friends. We continue to communicate with the boys since they returned home to China. My son, Max, is making plans to travel to China. He plans to visit the boys and their family while there.”

Community When people talk about St. Martin’s, the words “community” and “family” are often some of the first words mentioned. The introduction of an International Student Program at St. Martin’s creates many wonderful opportunities to reinforce just what our community means and how we may strengthen and grow it even more. Our wonderful host families have opened their homes and their lives to our newest students. Margie Brown ’76’ has a long history with StM. Her late husband, Crichton Brown ’76, was also an alum, and her son Jack ‘15 is now a freshman at LSU. She is hosting both Marc and Steven and describes it as “one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. They are such wonderful young men, and I have so enjoyed being a part of their becoming Saints.” Recently, former alum and 2014 Martin de Tours recipient Cindy Phillips Schmidt ’74 and her husband Lenny invited our international students to experience a day of boating at their home in Bayou Lacombe. Our newest students have proven to be an incredible addition to the already vibrant campus. In addition to navigating new classes and cultures, they have quickly adapted to take the lead in forming new clubs and joining existing ones. The Cooking Club has created a buzz on campus from preparing refreshments for special events to selling meals at the football games. Sam and Steven are co-presidents, and Ophelia is the treasurer. A new tradition has found its way to the Van Slate Lawn in the way of the Badminton Club, led by co-presidents Andy and Marc. Many of our local students have joined for the friendly games of badminton. All of our international students are members of both clubs and of the Culture Club as well. Andy (although not eligible to compete) ran with the Cross Country team this fall. Ophelia is a cheerleader, and Marc and Sam will be joining soccer practice. Sam plans to join tennis practice this year. Iris, Jenny, and Claire sing in our Upper School Chorus, and Iris created the amazing piece of art for the cover of this issue of The Bell. It’s heartwarming to see the interaction between our local students and new international students. When the school year began, many current students made special efforts to invite the newcomers to join their clubs. They are frequently spotted in the library studying and sharing academic strengths with each other. They have also planned weekend activities, and off-campus lunches on Fridays.

HOW FACULTY AND STAFF ARE SUPPORTING THE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS The International Student Program is a huge collective project for the Upper School, one that involves every student and teacher. Just as our new international students are learning and adapting, so are our faculty and staff. To prepare for the arrival of the new international students, the department chairs and teachers: • Attended the NAIS Global Symposium • Attended a session in which MS teacher Anastasia Nekoz shared her story of moving to the United States as a young girl, and her learning experiences as she transitioned to a new education system • Worked with TESOL Trainers, an ESL expert • Attended faculty meetings specifically dedicated to understanding and supporting the international student program The faculty is still engaged in ongoing research and discussion about best practices, including curriculum and coursework, school life, host family support, and ensuring the integrity of the transcript while providing missionappropriate support for international students. The faculty also continues to find opportunities to learn from other schools and educators how to best integrate international students into our community, such as visiting other international schools in Dallas, and attending a workshop on college admissions for international students. As we continue to understand the needs of international students and best practices, St. Martin’s has created new positions and new roles for existing faculty, such as ESL Department Chair and ESL Support, along with a dedicated course called English for International Students: American Literature. Moving to another country in high school and learning in a different language is a brave and audacious challenge for anyone.  Our international students are adventurous, creative, and hardworking.  They have enlivened our campus and given our faculty a new perspective.

The international students enjoying a day of boating and activities at the Bayou Lacombe home of Cindy Phillips Schmidt ’74 and Lenny Schmidt. International campers and St. Martin’s students worked together on skits they performed on the final day of camp in the Solomon Theater. The event was attended by many members of the StM community, including the campers’ host families.

Andy, Sam, and Steven serving food from the Cooking Club’s booth at Homecoming.

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UPCOMING SCO EVENTS

NEWS & EVENTS

The Founders’ Dinner The Founders’ Dinner hosted by the StM Board of Trustees

took place at the home of Joanne Mantis on Saturday, October 10. This was a special evening acknowledging some of St. Martin’s biggest supporters.

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A small presentation was given by the board chair Stephen Huber ’89 and Head of School Merry Sorrells thanking those in attendance for their ongoing support of the school and highlighting ways their contributions are making a difference at St. Martin’s. Guests dined on delicious cuisine prepared by NOLA Catering & Events. The bar featured a specialty cocktail called the Saints Spirit Punch. Live music was provided by The Billy Shirer Band.

at St. Martin’s

Crafts, Food, Gifts & More | Saturday, March 12 For more information visit stmsaints.com/craft

Spring Gala Drinks, Dinner, Dancing & More | Saturday, April 16 For more information visit stmsaints.com/gala

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Celebrating the Members of the Annual Fund Founders’ Circle

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NEWS & EVENTS

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SCO’s Donuts with Dads

Each fall, the SCO sponsors weekly Donuts with Dads for

George Cottage and the Lower School. Every event is a wonderful opportunity for dads to share breakfast with their children, and mingle with other fathers and with our Lower School faculty.

OPEN HOUSE

THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 9:30-11:30 A.M. | ALL SCHOOL Did you know that St. Martin’s offers an Alumni Scholarship? It is a special one-time tuition savings for children of alums. We also offer a referral incentive to current families that recommend St. Martin’s to a prospective family whose child enrolls. To learn more about these opportunities, visit stmsaints.com/admission. 20 | Fall 2015

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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Feeding her Passion for Food

Erasing Cultural Divides

MARIE LOUISE RYAN, Class of 1994

RAYMOND STEPHENS, Class of 1975

2014-2015 Fulbright U.S. Student Award Winner

Public Affairs Officer, U.S. Department of State

You received the 2014-2015 Fulbright U.S. Student Award and recently spent 9 months in Nepal to research the barriers to preserving traditional rice varieties. Can you share some of what you learned during your time there? Every day in Nepal turned into an adventure. I got hit by a taxi; I had a monkey steal my kombucha scoby; I joined honey hunters as they gathered cliff-side honey (and got attacked by the largest, most aggressive bees one can imagine). Some of the basic skills I developed included learning (albeit not very well!) to negotiate busy streets without stop lights or pedestrian crossings; learning how to work (easily) with only 8 hours a day of electricity (with half of that often occurring during the night); and learning that one deworming pill is good for an entire year. On a more fundamental level, I learned that the more I opened up to Nepalese people and their fascinating cultures and the more I let go of my own protective carapace, the richer and more meaningful my experiences became. In Nepal people look out for and take care of each other to a much greater extent than anywhere else I have lived; I came to greatly appreciate the empathy and openness of the Nepalese and I now strive to incorporate more of this into my life.

Of course, the earthquake and ensuing aftershocks altered my time in and impressions of Nepal. This experience taught me how important community becomes in times of disaster and trauma. Sharing resources and emotions with friends, neighbors, and strangers became an integral part of my life in Nepal. How I communicate my experiences in the context of the earthquake and ensuing aftershocks continues to challenge me on a daily basis. I cannot separate what I learned—and in fact continue to learn—from my 9 months in Nepal from this experience. What were you working on prior to your trip to Nepal? I was—and am—currently pursuing an MS in sustainable agriculture as well as an MCRP in community and regional planning at Iowa State University. My research focuses on traditional rice varieties in Nepal’s mid-hills and the various barriers that prevent these varieties from reaching the market place. This research situates itself in the broader field of agrobiodiversity conservation and the need for conserving traditional agricultural varieties in the face of increased globalization, industrialization, and climate change. What led you into your field of study? An obsession with food and farming. Naturally, part of my passion for food stems from growing up in New Orleans. I like to draw parallels between New Orleans’ unique culinary traditions and the traditional

You recently completed a year in Pakistan as the Public Affairs Officer in the U.S. Peshawar Consulate. During your time there, what program are you most proud of?

agricultural varieties grown by subsistence farmers—both the varieties and the food are unique to a specific place, and both are worth conserving. At some point I also developed a passion for potatoes. The multiple textures, tastes, and purposes of the thousands of varieties fascinate me. This small potato obsession transformed into a greater interest in agricultural biodiversity conservation and the possibility of using markets as a conservation tool. Once I realized the futility of taming my food and agriculture passion, I decided to return to school. What benefit comes from studying and interacting with other cultures? Exposure to other peoples and their cultures challenges our understanding of the world around us. We increase our ability to adapt while learning to see situations and problems through a different lens. Other cultures also offer the opportunity to better understand our own culture. Most importantly, other cultures can be both interesting and exciting—why wouldn’t you want to learn about and from them?!

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We loved the food in Ghana because it is very similar to New Orleans cuisine. Okra stew in Ghana is the same as New Orleans gumbo and jollof rice is like dirty rice! I liked Kenya because we spent a lot of time camping in the bush. During one weekend trip, I administered CPR to a wild rhino, but sadly, we were not able to save the beautiful creature.

I think the most effective programs supported by the U.S. Government are the many exchange programs it sponsors. At the U.S. Consulate in Peshawar, we managed a variety of programs that send almost two hundred Pakistanis to the U.S. annually for anywhere from Raymond Stephens Greets U.S. Embassy Guest a three-week, mid-career development program to a full year of study in an Iraq was particularly “I truly believe that the best way to American high school or a memorable because I multi-year PhD program. I lived near Tikrit, Saddam explain the U.S. to foreigners is to have truly believe that the best Hussain’s home town, and way to explain the U.S. to them see America for themselves. ” was almost blown up during foreigners is to have them an attack on my convoy. see America for themselves. Because of my work, I often Many people go to the U.S. find that I have a personal — Raymond Stephens ’75 for the first time with a connection to what I see on somewhat negative opinion the nightly news. of our country based on rumor or what their government has taught them to While you were in Peshawar, the IM Sciences Lincoln believe. Once in the U.S., however, the exchange program Reading Room was opened in order to provide access to participants see how open and welcoming Americans are, accurate information about the United States. Why do and their opinion of the U.S. is positively changed forever. you feel this is a beneficial initiative? An Iraqi woman, who wore a hijab, told me she was In many countries around the world, like Pakistan, surprised how friendly Americans were when she stopped university students do not have access to clear and them to ask directions. Before her trip to the U.S., she was unbiased information about a variety of topics including told she would be in danger because she was covered. A U.S. history and culture. The Lincoln Reading Room in Keynan man, who was the first person from his village to Peshawar has English language books and material that go to university, went to the U.S. for a master’s degree. He present the best of America objectively and truthfully, told me later that his experience at an American university including information for students who want to study at gave him a level of self-confidence that he never knew an American college or university, and help counter any was possible when growing up in rural Kenya. I tell anti-U.S. narratives. The Reading Room was developed as everyone before going to America on a U.S. Government a way to present America to an audience in a place where program that the experience will change them forever, the U.S. diplomatic presence is limited by the hostile but few people understand what I am saying at the time. security environment and diplomats cannot go in person. Later, they greet me with knowing smiles because they now understand how wonderful America is. How can experiencing other cultures provide a better Prior to your time in Peshawar, you also served several other locations. Do you have a favorite? I served in Latvia, Ghana, the desert of northern Iraq, Kenya, the northwest provinces of Pakistan, and now Somalia. It is hard to identify a favorite place because

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the countries are all so different and each is special in its own way. My husband is Latvian, so Riga felt like home.

global perspective for students? When living and working in other cultures for an extended period of time, students can begin to understand how

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ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

ALUMNI EVENTS

RAYMOND STEPHENS continued from page 23 much we all have in common, regardless of where we live or the languages we speak. Too often, we focus on cultural differences rather than similarities, particularly when discussing religion. I met a Pakistani teacher who went to the U.S. for an exchange program and returned to Pakistan with a new-found appreciation for what the idea of family means to Americans. The teacher told me that when she was growing up in Pakistan, she was taught that Americans do not respect or appreciate family, but she was in a restaurant in Pennsylvania on Father’s Day and saw multiple generations happily interacting in a relaxed environment. Her experience in the U.S. blatantly contradicted her preconceived ideas of America, and she realized that Pakistanis and Americans actually have more in common than she thought. What part did St. Martin’s play in preparing you for an increasingly connected world? I think that most of the academic and professional success I have enjoyed in my life is due to what I learned at StM. Most importantly, in Mrs. Smith’s 7th grade English class, I learned how to write, which is an essential skill for a diplomat, and to think critically. I have visited schools in many countries where students learn by rote. Even at the university level, students memorize lectures and pass exams by repeating exactly what the teacher said. They are discouraged from questioning or discussing the subject. Many students cannot assess information and draw their own conclusions, but critical thinking is so important to any person’s intellectual development and is fundamental to societal growth and advancement. In short, I benefited from the StM environment that encourages students to develop their own conclusions based on individual research and assessment of the world around them. What are some of your fondest memories of St. Martin’s? The thought of my Senior year Homecoming dance still makes me smile forty-one years later. I thought, at the time, we were all so grown up and sophisticated with our big hair and formal attire, but in hindsight, I realize how terribly young and innocent we were. Nonetheless, it was a special moment in my years at StM and in my passage through young adulthood. Now that you have moved on from Pakistan, what’s next for you? I will continue my work to counter violent extremism in the Horn of Africa and to try and prevent bad guys from doing bad things to Americans. I am now working as the first Public Affairs Officer in the new United States Mission to Somalia, which was inaugurated on September 8, 2015. The U.S. Mission to Somalia reflects a continuation of American efforts to normalize U.S.-Somalia bilateral relations and is the next step towards reestablishing a full U.S. diplomatic presence in Somalia.

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What part did St. Martin’s play in preparing you for an increasingly connected world? The world didn’t seem nearly so connected in 1994! That said, I had classes that fostered a passion for other cultures. Humanities with Doc Mooney and Ms. Wells inspired an interest in the cultures and literatures of less developed countries. St. Martin’s also gave me a foundation in French that later led me to work in France for four years. I don’t think I realized this in high school but a large part of where I am now is from this early exposure to places very different from New Orleans and the U.S. While the student body lacked diversity in the early 90s, some classes did a good job of exposing us to other cultures and settings. StM also taught me how to write effectively and I can’t overstate how much I value this communication skill.

2015 Alumni Brown Bag Lunch The Alumni Association held the annual Brown Bag Lunch

on Thursday, October 29 to celebrate alumni who are continuing the StM legacy by sending their own children to St. Martin’s. Many were out on this beautiful day to have a good time. We even had some alumni aunts and grandmothers. It was wonderful to see all the students playing on the Van Slate Lawn and enjoying time with their families.

What are some of your fondest memories of St. Martin’s? I truly enjoyed the instructors and think about how my classes there have impacted the trajectory of my education—both in the classroom and in other experiences. I appreciate the nurturing environment found in the classroom and the way instructors often challenged us to think beyond our own everyday experiences and expectations. Once you complete your master’s degree, what’s next? I am contemplating continuing on toward a PhD, assuming I can stand a few more years of higher education. I also have a keen interest in international agricultural development and increasing the livelihoods of subsistence farmers in the face of climate change; this could draw me back into the world of employment.

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ANNUAL FUND

ANNUAL FUND

How will you

ST. MARTIN’S?

As chair of this year’s Annual Fund Campaign, I want you to know how important your commitment is to St. Martin’s. Last year’s gifts to the StM Annual Fund helped enable our children to excel, explore, create, develop, and enjoy educational experiences that will empower them for a lifetime.

2015-2016 THE ANNUAL FUND helps fill the gap between tuition revenue and the actual cost of providing the high-quality education that our children receive at St. Martin’s. It is a significant part of our school’s budget. Gifts of all sizes make a difference; please give today.

You are among St. Martin’s most valued and loyal supporters and your gifts are tremendously meaningful for all of our students. Our goal is $400,000 and we have every intention of exceeding this goal with your help! We’ve enclosed a pledge envelope so that you can respond immediately. In addition, you can donate easily online at www.stmsaints.com/ give. Also, if you prefer, St. Martin’s can set up monthly or quarterly credit card payments.

Thanks for Giving St. Martin’s proudly recognizes and thanks the Class of 2027 for being the first class to reach 100% Annual Fund family participation!

Congratulations

CLASS of 2027

St. Martin’s is more than a school; it is a family. Please join me in making one of the most powerful commitments we can make: a gift in support of education is a gift that will last a lifetime. Your gift today will help St. Martin’s continue to grow and thrive for years to come. Yours truly,

ANNUAL FUND LEADERSHIP GIVING LEVELS HEAD OF SCHOOL’S CIRCLE $15,000+ SAINT $10,000 - $14,999 SCHOLAR $5,000 -$9,999 FELLOW $3,000 - $4,999 FOUNDER $1,500 - $2,999

Joanne Mantis Annual Fund Chair P.S. A high Annual Fund participation rate is a key factor when charitable foundations consider grants to StM. Your contribution, of any size, can help attract outside funding; please make your commitment today.

For more information about the StM Annual Fund, matching gifts, stock gifts, planned gifts, or bequests, please contact:

Lisa Davis Director of Development (504) 736-9960 or lisa.davis@stmsaints.com

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A very special thanks to the first grade parents, class agent Claudia Andrews,

and our wonderful first grade teachers for their amazing support of St. Martin’s. This is the third consecutive year that first grade has won this honor!

Top: Annual Fund Chair Joanne Mantis and her son Garrett Kalogiratos ’18 Bottom: Annual Fund Grandparent Chair Ford J. Dieth, Sr. with grandsons Trey, Lee and Kelly

Parents, the fun is not over yet! We will make class banners and have a pancake and pajama party for all grades that reach 100% participation. We are currently at 43% parent participation; please get your pledges and gift in now.

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ALUMNI THE LEGACY SPOTLIGHT SOCIETIES MEMBERS OF THE LEGACY SOCIETIES OF ST. MARTIN’S Mrs. Margaret Stainbach Adams ’75 Mrs. Carol Appel Senator Conrad Appel Mr. Brian Bossier ’78 Mr. John D. and Mrs. Karon Brenes Broadbent ’61 Mrs. Margaret Dannenberg Bossier ’78 Mr. Alan Brackett Mrs. Linda Eckles Brackett Rev. Daryl Canfill * Mrs. Lynn Coatney Mr. Michael Coatney Mrs. Ethel G. Coupland* Mr. Sean Daly Mr. John DeMartini ’80 Mrs. Sandra DeMartini Mr. F. Otway Denny Mrs. Beth Hughes DePass ’79 The Rev. Fred Devall IV ’87

THE LEGACY SOCIETIES

Endowment and Special Funds

Lessons from a Legacy

St. Martin’s Family Endowment

JOHN PETER LABOUISSE III ’60

Over the years, St. Martin’s has received gifts from donors to the school’s Endowment for specific purposes such as scholarships, faculty professional development, student aid, Episcopal identity, academics, and more. The St. Martin’s Family Endowment includes the restricted and unrestricted funds outlined below. The school’s goal is to continue to increase the size of the Endowment through additional scholarship funds, special purpose funds, and planned gifts. Please contact the Development Office at (504) 736-9960 for more information. Scholarship Funds Alumni Financial Aid Fund Barbara H. Ryan Fund Billie Walters Memorial Fund Dorothy Dorsa Porter Scholarship Fund Faculty Recognition Scholarship Funds The Lewis Lagniappe Fund for Students Gustaf Westfeldt, Jr. Award Rigdon Family Scholarship Fund Ruth U. Fertel Foundation Scholarship Fund Tad Huber Memorial Scholarship Fund W. Brooks Emory Scholarship Fund

The Rev. Dr. Dee Dee Estes Mr. Lawrence Gibbs

Award Funds Audrey B. Michaud Scholarship Fund * Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation * Godiwala Fellowship for Innovation in Education Haring Road Fund Mildred Ellis Herron Fund Moseley Fund Reisch Teacher Fund *Are not housed within the St. Martin’s Family Endowment.

Educational Purpose Funds Christian Life Fund

Mr. Michael A. Flick

Unrestricted Funds Family Endowment Green Acres Fund Tony Porter Memorial Fund

Plant Funds Haring Road Fund

Mrs. Marian Gibbs Mr. John Girault ’55 Mrs. Murrell Girault Dr. Tejas Godiwala Mr. John Graham

St. Martin’s Board of Trustees Faculty Recognition Scholarship Fund

Mr. Peter Hagan* Ms. Jan M. Hayden Mr. Tom Huber* Mr. Tim Hurley Mr. Hans A.B. Jonassen ’58 Mr. John P. Labouisse ’60* Mrs. Meredith Labouisse* Mr. Dan LeGardeur ’69 Mr. Jon King Mayer* Mrs. Mary Anne O’Neil Mrs. Anthony Porter* Mrs. Mary Sue Roniger ’60 Mrs. Charlotte Smith* Mr. Gary N. Solomon, Sr. Mr. Doyle Spell ’52

This scholarship was established in May 2007 by St. Martin’s Board of Trustees as special recognition for the long service of certain retiring faculty members. Proceeds from the fund are awarded to students based on academic merit and financial need.

St. Martin’s Remembers

Member of the Legacy Societies of St. Martin’s John Peter Labouisse III ’60 was a remarkable man: a war veteran with 31 years of military service; a highly skilled financial investor with 45 years in the industry; and a member of dozens of civic, social, and Carnival organizations. And yet, Pete always remained true to St. Martin’s, a proud alum and great champion for our school who will be deeply missed.   As a student, Pete was active in sports, student council, and religious life. Classmates saw him as a fine, loving person, and many were grateful to have had the time to visit with him during their recent class reunion.  Throughout his 55-year history with StM as an alum, parent, and grandparent, Pete remained extremely active in the life of the school. As a member of the Board of Trustees, the Alumni Board, and the Board of Visitors, his leadership abilities, institutional knowledge, and dedication for St. Martin’s were invaluable. His son, Charles Janvier Labouisse, graduated from St. Martin’s in 1995. His daughter, Mary-Francis “Muffin” Labouisse Adriance, is a member of the class of 1996 and a current faculty member. Two grandsons are Lower School students, Sawyer ’24 and Will ’26. Through his children and grandchildren, Pete’s legacy lives on…but what many may not know is that he was also a member of St. Martin’s Legacy Societies. Pete made the ultimate gift to St. Martin’s, a gift through which he will be memorialized and a gift for which the school will remain forever grateful.  Our heartfelt thanks to Pete for his dedication and loyalty to St. Martin’s.

The 2015 honorees are: Janis McCormick, Vicki Johnson, Michelle Snow. Additional honorees include Dianne Greer, Stephenie Pitman, Pedro Perez, Gloria Siegel, Susan Godchaux, Betsy Kaston ’72, Sue Shaw, Carolyn Busenlener, Linda Trevino, Linda Trotter, Jim Marsalis ’62, Rex Mooney, Chick McGeehan, Doris Baron, Eileen Beckman, Jane Guillory, Cheryl Resignola, Jane Caine, Julie Dieth, Tina Hintz, and Susan Pansano ’66.

Mrs. Billie Poag Walters ’63 Dr. Susan Wilkie *deceased

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SCATTERED FACULTY

Pedro Perez Pedro was a beloved Upper School Spanish teacher during his time at StM, beginning in the late 1970s and continuing into the new millennium. The yearbook was dedicated to him in 1977 and again in 1991. Pedro retired in June of 2007 and moved to The Woodlands, Texas in December of that year. The Woodlands is a small city (pop. 110,000) about an hour north of Houston. It has numerous parks and walking trails wooded with pine, pecan, and other trees. Pedro enjoys spending time in nature and working in the yard. He reports that deer are frequently seen but the downside is that they eat his flowers. He attends classes for senior adults at a nearby community college, The Lone Star College. He and his wife, Alina,

ALUMNI NEWS are taking several American History classes this semester: Andrew Jackson, John Adams, Secrets of WWII, and Geology of Three National Parks. They are also enjoying a class about medieval cities. On Sundays they attend St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church. Once a month Pedro goes to lunch with other retired men in the neighborhood, and on a separate day his wife goes to lunch with the retired ladies. Pedro and Alina have relatives in The Woodlands and see them often to celebrate birthdays, anniversary, lunches, etc. The downside is the summers are even hotter than in New Orleans, and the winters somewhat colder. Pedro says, “Overall we enjoy life here, but New Orleans is part of who we are.” He adds, “New Orleans and StM are always in my mind.”

Scattered Saints 1951

1955

1957

Class Agent: William T. Doswell, (413) 442-4448, Wmdoswell@aol.com

Class Agent: John Girault (504) 484-7571 jmgemmg@gmail.com

Class Agent: Robert Wehrmann (972) 803-4144 bobwehrmann@gmail.com

REUNION YEAR

On September 26, 2015 the class of 1955 held a 60th reunion luncheon at the Southern Yacht Club. Classmates had a wonderful time reminiscing. Special thanks to Mary Allen and Margie Beer for organizing the event.

1958

1952 Want to be a class agent? Contact Aimee Hyatt ’02 at (504) 736-9986 or alumni@stmsaints.com

1953 Class Agent: Kathleen Wolfe Kemp, (985) 893-0884 kwkms@bellsouth.net

1954 Karen Scott Sra. Scott was a Middle School Spanish teacher for 26 years before retiring in 2006. Both her daughters (Lisa ’92 and Amy ’94) also attended St. Martin’s. November brings back StM memories for Sra. Scott. She remembers fondly each November 1st for the annual Day of the Dead celebration, with the library festooned with papel picado (paper cutouts) paper flowers, other student made crafts, and homemade Mexican food that was outstanding. When teaching Sra. Scott enjoyed seeing students’ progress, particularly in spoken Spanish. At the middle school age they had few inhibitions and would try anything. Life after StM has meant re-writing rather than retiring for Karen. Her endeavors have been challenging, fun and interesting. After getting certified in Command Spanish®, she taught non-grammar based occupational Spanish courses to managers at a shipyard, a hotel, a hospital, and even a casino. She currently does contract work as a SpanishEnglish interpreter for Latino workers who are injured on the job, interpreting for them at medical appointments and physical therapy. This has been a reminder that one small thing can change your life and health is paramount.

Sra. Scott also has an affinity for radio stations. For 9 years she has been a weekly volunteer reader on WRBH, radio station for the blind and print handicapped. Many sighted people also tune in to WRBH to hear, among other things, the newspaper, magazines and novels read on air. She also volunteers at WWOZ, “the best music station in the universe,” during pledge drives. It adds to the fun when live entertainment comes to the studio. She’s also in their Hospitality Tent at Jazz Fest, surrounded by fun, food and music.

Class Agent: Lucile Smart Hawkins (985) 635-8316

1956 Want to be a class agent? Contact Aimee Hyatt ’02 at (504) 736-9986 or alumni@stmsaints.com REUNION YEAR

Class Agent: Natalie James (504) 288-8605 izones@bellsouth.net

1959 Want to be a class agent? Contact Aimee Hyatt ’02 at (504) 736-9986 or alumni@stmsaints.com

1960 Class Agent: Mary Sue Nelson Roniger (504) 866-6863 msroniger@gmail.com

Tennis Championship USTA 65+. Her Keowee Key Team lost in the finals of the 9 state Regional tournament in Dothan, AL. Most of the players were 72+! John Bolles, Jim Conner, Nep Smith, Robert Livingston, and Jerry Friedrichs continue to have an annual fishing trip which produces a good catch of fish and lots of fish stories. Now that Mary Sue Roniger’s husband Jack is partially retired, they are off to Florence for a month. The Class of 1960 was the Champion of the inaugural Reunion Rivalry Challenge. They had the highest StM Giving total of all reunion classes for the year.

Judi Harlow participated in the South Carolina State

1955 Reunion

After StM Sra. Scott decided to get healthier and discovered firsthand the aches and the joy of working out in fitness classes. She eventually became a certified yoga instructor and teaches at her own studio, Yoga Diva Harahan, as well as for Elmwood Fitness Center at Heritage Plaza in Metairie. Her studio is near StM on Citrus Blvd. She bases her classes on the belief that anyone, regardless of age or condition, can practice TriYoga, a flowing form of hatha yoga. You can check her out at yogadivaharahan.vpweb.com. She has a bit of advice for everyone. “Step out of your comfort zone. You too can rewire. You may be surprised how good it makes you feel.”

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ALUMNI NEWS

1961 Class Agent: Mo Emory (504) 828-7417 REUNION YEAR

1962 Class Agents: Ray Fontenot rayfontenot@cox.net Martha Nelson Frost (225) 533-9242 frostmartha@bellsouth.net

1963 Class Agent: Ann Cunningham (276) 356-1790 acunningham@bvu.net

1964 Class Agent: Bill McHugh (985) 892-6734 wmchugh@williamrmchugh.com After living in various European cities for the past 25 years, retired diplomat Masabumi “Boya” Sato and wife Sayuri have moved back to Japan to be near their children, who are working in Tokyo. Ann Menge Loomis is the Director of Community Life and Curator of the Atrium Gallery at Christwood Retirement Community in Covington, where she has lived for 30-plus years. Her eldest son and his wife are Foreign Service Officers at the American Embassy in Brazil, where they live with Ann’s three grandchildren. Her second son is the Managing Director for the stage production of Disney’s Lion King in the U.S. and Canada. He and his wife reside in Florida and travel with the show. Ann says, “Although our family is spread out, we have had many fabulous family trips meeting up all over the world, and we plan to continue doing just that!” 32 | Fall 2015

ALUMNI NEWS Anne Hughes Payne had an interesting StM experience recently. She met a new young lady at her golf club in Hattiesburg, MS. Hearing she was from New Orleans, she asked the traditional question, “Where did you go to school?”, and discovered she was 2005 StM grad Savanna Engen Armstrong. Anne says, “That was the first time I ever met someone from StM, and I graduated 40 years before her!”

1965 Class Agents: Gaynell Reese (504) 283-6383 greese19@cox.net Sonny Weigand sonnyweigand@tulanealumni.net Nan Cornfield was absent from the class reunion in May but with good reason. She had her second knee replacement surgery two days before the reunion and was having her own “party” in the hospital recovering! She is doing well, really regrets missing the reunion and is looking forward to the next one.

1966 Class Agent: Tommy Merrick tmerrick@canalbarge.com REUNION YEAR

Carl Flettrich reports that he made 67 years old this year, is on the top side of the grass, and has gorgeous grandchildren. Kristine Harter White is in Oregon with husband Will. One son and his wife live nearby. She and Will have been back to New Orleans four out of the last six years to hear music with friends who have fallen in love with the city. They anticipate another trip in 2016.

After living in Houston for 41 years, Donna Dayton Oppermann and her husband Skip have moved an hour north to a community on Lake Conroe. Between one daughter and one son, they have five grandchildren. John Rucker and wife Mary are living in Bloomington, IN and have been Hoosiers for 16 years now. They have two daughters, and each has a son and daughter. John has retired for the third time, but as they say the third time is a charm and he does not expect to return to the workforce as visiting family in Alexandria, VA and Kronberg, Germany, has become a favorite occupation. Janie Boasberg Johnson and husband Rob live in Mountain Brook, AL and are still trying to get back to New Orleans. They have two children and six beautiful grandchildren. Their son and his family live in San José, CA and their daughter and her family live in Boston. Marky Murphy is retiring this year as Director of Development at McGehee’s after 16 very happy years. She has three children and two grandchildren in Hawaii, New York and St. Louis whom she looks forward to seeing a lot more of. Suzanne Breen Alexander has been married to husband Rob for 45 years. They have three children (a doctor, a lawyer, and a pension administrator) as well as 10 grandchildren. She retired from teaching after her first child was born in ’73 and raised her family while Rob practiced urology. For the past five years she has been part of a Building Committee working to rebuild St. Matthew Episcopal Church in Houma which burned in 2010. They are nearing completion

this fall. Rob is the Senior Warden there. She can’t believe it’s been 50 years since the class sang Eric Burdon’s “We Gotta Get Out of This Place!”

1972

REUNION YEAR

1979

1985

Class Agent: Elizabeth Pedrick Sartain (408) 410-3288 libby@libbysartain.com

Class Agent: Carolyn Ashby Allen (504) 845-4679 cackie103@charter.net

Class Agent: Jim Rogers (504) 834-5225 James.Rogers@arlaw.com

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1973

The class of 1976’s 40th reunion will be May 5, 2016. There are lots of fun events planned. Contact the class agent for more info.

1980

Class Agents: Adolphus & Melanie Fanning Dunn (704) 987-1237 adolphus.w.dunn@aexp.com

1977

1986

Want to be a class agent? Contact Aimee Hyatt ’02 at (504) 736-9986 or alumni@stmsaints.com

1974

Lisa Bernhard and husband have moved back to New Orleans after 30 years in St. Louis. They are having loads of fun and are looking forward to reconnecting with StM folks.

1968 Class Agent: Ed King (504) 885-1772 egking3@cox.net In August Linda Tuero was inducted into the Allstate Sugar Bowl’s Greater New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame.

1969 Want to be a class agent? Contact Aimee Hyatt ’02 at (504) 736-9986 or alumni@stmsaints.com On September 25, 2015 Anne Shepherd Breitschwerdt was inducted into the St. Martin’s Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame. See page 12 for all the details.

1970 Want to be a class agent? Contact Aimee Hyatt ’02 at (504) 736-9986 or alumni@stmsaints.com

1971 Class Agent: Dr. Louise Harris Saik (504) 831-3246 Louise6677@aol.com REUNION YEAR

Michael Kantor has relocated from Tampa, FL to Denver, CO. He enjoy frequently hiking and skiing. After 33 years he is still practicing dentistry. His youngest daughter attends the University of Colorado.

Class Agent: Walter F. Becker, Jr. (504) 866-0078 becker@chaffe.com Stacy DeMartini Bruton was recently elected to the Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Grand Council as International President. As an undergraduate she was a member of Delta Sigma chapter.

1975 Class Agent: Martha A. Jones (504) 488-6760 poppymollyjones@aol.com James Robinson is currently the Endowed Chair of Sports Medicine for Family Physicians at University of Alabama’s College of Community Health Sciences. He is the first ever appointed to this position. Additionally he is a professor of Family Medicine at the University of Alabama School of Medicine located in Birmingham. He is also the fellowship director of the University of Alabama Primary Care Sports Medicine Program. He serves as the head team physician for the University of Alabama.

1976 Class Agent: Wally Porter (504) 455-6908 LondonWP@aol.com

Class Agent: Rob Ayerst (901) 757-8841 rayerst@bellsouth.net

Shawn Sistrunk and Judy are still living in Houston, as do both of their sons. Their youngest, Chad, graduated from law school last year. Their oldest, Steven, is expecting their second child in October. Their first grandson, Dean, will be two in December. Shawn and Judy spend time in Colorado and are anxiously awaiting the 40th reunion. Lisa Newman Sibal retired from full-time work at the end of June, and is now enjoying part-time work for Christ Church Cathedral and as an independent development consultant. In September, she was honored as a Role Model by the Young Leadership Council for her many years of professional and civic engagement. She and her husband John celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary in July. They are spending more time at their home in Fairhope, AL, but their home base is still NOLA.

1978 Class Agent: Evelyn Fried Lazear (713) 942-9999 freedomknot@gmail.com

Class Agents: Tara Schultz Carvin (770) 992-5050 tscarv@bellsouth.net Jack Gordon Eric L. Holtzman (504) 861- 9155 eric.holtzman@att.com Dr. Amy Sandridge asandridge@epiconsults.org The class of 1980 held a reunion on the weekend of October 16. Special thanks to all who helped plan the event. September 11, 2015 was the last day of work for Karen Weaver who is retired and headed to Europe on September 12 for two months to attend the Rugby World Cup and do a bit of traveling.

1981 Class Agent: Karen O’Meallie Gundlach (504) 866-6054 REUNION YEAR

1982 Class Agent: Patti Micklin patti.micklin@gmail.com

1983 Class Agent: John Burlingame (704)375-3113 jburlingame@carolina.rr.com

1984 Class Agent: Peyton Pettit Greene (504) 835-9543 PeytonG00@cox.net

Class Agent: Dominique Brown Giordano dgjewelry@gmail.com REUNION YEAR

Dominique Brown Giordano and her family finished building their new home in Old Metairie. Dominique and Chuck recently celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary. They have three children: Luke (15), Charlie (12), and Vivian(9). Dominique is the owner and jewelry designer of Dominique Giordano Jewelry Design. Holly Kuebel Mentz is also living in Old Metairie. She has been married to Fred for 19 years. They have three children: Meredith (17), Mason (15), and Hayes (11). Richard Starr is the Chef/ Owner at the Carriage House Restaurant in Natchez, MS. Robert Pettit is the owner of Waters & Pettit Commercial Real Estate, a brokerage firm in Baton Rouge. Eric Boling and wife Heather have been married for 19 years. They have three daughters, Mary Reiley (17), Olivia (14), and Claire (11). Eric owns The Boling Group, an insurance agency with offices in Jackson, MS, Colorado Springs, and Tampa, FL. Scott Yount and his wife, Debbie, and their four kids are currently living in Tampa, FL. Alissa Miller Kantrow is currently the line producer on the television miniseries Roots (a remake of the original miniseries). She recently

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ALUMNI NEWS They have two children: Jane (16) and Christian (14). Anjay Keswani is the owner of Nirvana Indian Cuisine and Rendezvous Tavern, both on historic Magazine Street in Uptown New Orleans. He is living, smiling, and breathing. Kathleen Ford resides in New Orleans. She works for Revolution Realty. She is also a member of the Pussyfooters, a Mardi Gras dance troupe. Danielle Shields Rosenfeld also lives in New Orleans and works at the New Orleans VA Medical Center.

Michael ’22 son of Kirk Talbot ’88 gets his pet dog blessed as Matthew ’22 son of Michelle Karno Varon ’87 looks on.

spent a weekend in Nashville with Alison Schwartz, Lynn Yeldell, Brady Wood, Lacey Wood ’88, and Peyton Pettit ’84 at Brant Wood’s ’84 inaugural year of the Pilgrimage Music Festival produced with Kevin Griffin from Better than Ezra. Lynn Yeldell is living in Austin, TX, where she is co-founder/owner at L Style G Style. Brady Wood lives in Dallas, TX with his wife, Megan, and 2 children Honor and Wheeler. He is the co-owner of Wood House, an entertainment company, with his brother, Brandt. Their entertainment projects include the Dallas Cowboys and the new Pilgrimage Music and Cultural festival. Mark McGinnis is living in Dallas, TX with his wife, Christine. They have two sons. Carina Mehlum is living in Aalborg, Denmark. She has been married to Lars for 16 years. They have three sons: Mads (17), Andreas (15), and Linus (9). Carina is a nurse and narrative therapist, working 34 | Fall 2015

with children 6-18 years old. David Aguilar is living in Atlanta but rooting for the Saints. He has been married to Lenore for 13 years. He manages sports sites, mobile apps, and events, primarily NBA but also NASCAR, PGA, PGA Tour, and the ACC. Also living in Atlanta is Christi Paige. Katrina Keller Lambert is living in Baton Rouge with her husband of 20 years, Chip. They have three children: Olivia (17), Keller, (16), and Juliette (14) and one step-son, Chase (30). She is an RN and her specialty was cardiology. She is now a Legal Nurse Consultant who assists attorneys with medical aspects of their injury or malpractice cases. She works in her husband’s law offices. Serveral member of ’86 remain local. Kathryn Weekley Becnel and her family have recently moved back to New Orleans from Aspen, CO. Kathryn and Becket ’83 have been married for 20 years.

Another alum living locally is Drew Herrington with his wife, Alice, and their three boys. He is owner/partner of New Line Environmental Systems. He continues to participate in the organization/ fundraiser Hogs for the Cause. Just on the other side of the lake, Paul Vining is living in Covington, with his wife Tania, and their four children. He is the owner of HSI Hudson Services, Inc., an oil and gas service company. Bill Thomason is a system engineer at Fidelity Investments in Salt Lake City, UT. Peter Wanek is married to Alanna and has three children. He is a partner at the law firm McCranie, Sistrunk. Colin Walker lives in California with his wife, Cathy and their two children. He is an actor and a tri-athlete.

1987 Class Agents: Rachal Gately Moriarty (504)831-4018 rgmoriarty@bellsouth.net Lacy Williams Rabe (504)737-9598 lacerabe@cox.net

1988 Class Agents: Lynne Churchill Renshaw (713) 963-9883 home (713) 320-0397 cell lrensh3@hotmail.com Charles Schaefer (415)383-2036 charles.schaefer@comcast.net Fred Stevenson has been working for Edwards Lifesciences for 15 years and has had the opportunity to launch a groundbreaking new medical device technology called Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement (TAVR). The technology was approved four years ago and he has helped train teams of cardiac surgeons and cardiologists in the procedure in select hospitals throughout the Southeast. TAVR allows patients to have their aortic valves replaced without requiring open heart surgery, and patients usually go home in 2-3 days with greatly improved quality of life. Chris Beckman was inducted into St. Martin’s Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame in September of this year. In attendance was former classmate and teammate Louis Thompson as well as former coach Kemper Todd. Read more about it on page 12 or on the StM website.

Alumni coaching in StM Basketball league

term in the Louisana House of Representatives. Also this fall, Annelise Lansing’s daughter left to attend Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY where she will be on the swimming team.

1989 Class Agent: Ruth Mora Avila (504) 304-0596 ruthanalise@aol.com

1990 Class Agent: Kelly Petro Bridgforth (662) 893-4250 kelly.bridgforth@butlersnow.com

Amber Bishop has been cast in the E!TV series “Woman of Monaco.” It centers around expats in Monaco with interesting and successful lives. She also launched a new startup company called BednBoats. com at the Monaco yacht show in September. BednBoats is a global short term accommodation rental on boats beginning in the French Rivera and Spain and then expanding to other locations. This fall Kirk Talbot was reelected unopposed to a third

The Class of 1990 was the Champion of the first ever Reunion Rivalry Challenge. 1990 had the highest class participation of any reunion class this year.

In October Nick Hingel was on campus to talk to StM Upper School students on behalf of the Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office. Nick is currently completing his Ph.D. at the University of New Orleans.

1991

1993

Class Agent: Sam Dunn (504) 813-2844 stdunn@gmail.com

Class Agents: Katie Faught (504) 887-6977 kpfaught@yahoo.com

REUNION YEAR

Steve Griffith (504) 899-4442 sgriffith@bakerdonelson.com

Ford Dieth ’89 carries son Lee ’31 at the StM Family Fest

Mary Lee Wayman Saucier was selected to present at the EdSurge Tech for Schools Summit in New Orleans. EdSurge is a leading education group that reports on the latest trends in the edtech industry to help the educators who use these tools. Mary Lee also presented in November with StM’s Head of Middle School, Jenny Velasquez, at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference on the topic of Using Design Thinking in the Elementary Classroom.

Nikki Corcoran (214) 240-2037 nchrisjordan@aol.com In May, Edmund Dieth received his Ph.D. in Public and Urban Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington. Edmund was

Alumni Truit Balart ’92 and Michael Smuck ’97 coaching their sons who are playing on Mike Odom’s ’92 Fall Basketball League at StM

recently selected to be the manager of the Fort Worth and Wichita Falls Divisions of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. Edmund and Suzie Shaw Dieth ’92 continue to live in Fort Worth, TX with their children Wes (7) and Drew (5). In September, Alice Manard Leonard, Anne Monsted and Paige Nolan were inducted into the St. Martin’s Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame, along with the other members of that outstanding team.

1992 Class Agent: Jennifer Adams (504) 828-6793 jadams@dkslaw.com

Kaitlyn ’24 and father Scott Hall ’90 at StM Donuts with Dad

Ray Orrill and wife Deanna moved back to New Orleans in September when he transferred back with Sysco Foods of New Orleans.

Cooper ’24 and father Mike Odom ’92 at the StM Donuts with Dad

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1994

1995

Class Agent: Jason Griffith (702) 650-5011 jason@dejoyagriffith.com

Class Agents: Bill Schroeder William.Schroeder@gmail.com

Brent Scalia is part of the Apis Management Team as service director of the acclaimed restaurant in Austin. Apis has been named one of the 10 Hottest New Restaurants in Austin and one of the 15 Hottest New Restaurants in the U.S. by Zagat. Check them out at apisrestaurant.com. On September 25th Barbara Farris, Julie Lyeki Richardson, Rene Ronquillo, Erin Simpson and Mignon Frey Sweeney were all back on campus to be inducted into the StM Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame as members of the Undefeated State Champion Girls Basketball team. Also in September, Chris Chambers, John Diasselliss, Brent Beaulieu, Collin Schuhmacher and Jason Griffith travelled to Glendale, AZ to see the Saints season opener against the Cardinals.

Cindy Perret (225) 658-6481 cindyaperret@gmail.com As members of the Undefeated State Champion Girls Basketball team, Rana Ramelli Cabeceiras, ClaudeNathalie Eyamba Fenno, Staci James, and Shawn Manning were inducted into the StM Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame in September.

1996 Class Agents: Stacy Weber Houston (214) 366-3120 Stacy.houston@raymondjames.com Carole Miranne Osborne (225)610-0688 carolemosborne@gmail.com REUNION YEAR

In April, Jonathan Houston was married to Yee-Ming Woodward Pu. The couple resides in Houston. She works for the nearby Memorial Hermann hospital and he works for Cameron Drilling Systems where he spends much of his time at the company’s main plant in Morgan City/Berwick. In September, Tatum Truax Aicklen was inducted with the Undefeated State Champion Girls Basketball team as a member of the StM Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame.

1997 Zoe ’20 daughter of Vanessa Carrol-Ohmes ’94 at the StM Middle School Blessing of the Animals

they have been featured on the WWL-TV morning show and the Chris Rose show. They have also played numerous shows including Gretna Fest. Their self-titled album is currently on iTunes.

2005

Members of the Class of 2000 Josh Kaston, Adam Voth and Adam Smith on vacation with their families.

1998 Class Agents: Nihal Tejas Godiwala (212) 965-5119 nihalgodiwala@hotmail.com Andrea Roohi Bonnette (504) 837-2470 Arbonnette@bellsouth.net Nick Pappas has moved back to New Orleans and is now a practicing orthopedic surgeon specializing in hand and upper extremity conditions at the Hand Center of Louisiana. In August Emily Bordelon Guidroz celebrated the opening of Giggles in Baton Rouge. She is the owner of this specialty toy and candy store that offers unique, high quality gifts for babies, toddlers and tweens.

1999 Class Agents: Malain McCormick mmccormick@eliteracing.com Brittany Olson Rosenbloom (504) 891-1876 bmolson1@gmail.com

Class Agents: Steven Sherman (504) 463-0278 lsusherm1997@yahoo.com

Jessica Resignola Skelly Jessica.Skelly@yahoo.com

Stephen Faust McCray37@aol.com

2000 Class Agents: Ondina Canales (504) 875-0938 ondina.canales@gmail.com

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Zachary Wool (504) 885-8853 zacharywool@gmail.com Peter Castaing, wife Carrie, and daughter Marin welcomed baby brother Breton Miles Castaing in September.

2001 Class Agents: Jessica Boe Duhe (504) 391-2005 jesboe@gmail.com

Trip, son of Catharine O’Connell Whipple ’01

Reese, daughter of Margot Castaing Raniold ’02

Wilson, son of Katherine Burke Flohr ’02

Catharine O’Connell Whipple and husband Mike welcomed their first child, Michael Lee Whipple II “Trip” in September.

John Baker (504) 466-4483 john.baker2@marriott.com

our recovery since Katrina, and this city’s resilience. StM alum and 504ward Executive Director Jessica White Shahien was one of the featured speakers.

2002 Class Agents: John Caine,(540) 449-1657 jcaine3@gmail.com Lindsey Greer, (504) 443-2738 GreerLD@gmail.com David Coons, (504) 451-9475 davidccoons@gmail.com

David Christian dwchrist@gmail.com

On June 24, 2015 Margot Castaing Rainold and husband Zandy welcomed their first child, baby girl Reese.

Lauren Malone Keller (504) 905-2030, laurenmalonekeller@gmail.com

In August Liz Levy Dauwe and husband Philip welcomed another boy, Hudson Phillip.

Ashley Mohrmann akmohrmann@yahoo.com

In September, Jonathan Fleming joined Spell & Spell Attorneys at Law in Covington. It is owned by fellow StM alum Doyle Spell ’76.

REUNION YEAR

Zach Tyson’s company, Tyson Construction, was voted 2015 “Best Contractor/ Homebuilder” in New Orleans by New Orleans Homes and Lifestyles Magazine. In June, Ryan Evans was married to Virginia Stewart at a ceremony at Holy Name followed by a reception at the Orleans Club. Brandon Lobell and wife Sarah welcomed their first child on September 16, 2015. Baby girl Zoë Rose Lobell was 6lbs 10oz.

Dimitri Loupakos, Dloupako@indiana.edu Jonathan Lu (504) 738-1850 Lu2007@alumni.rice.edu

Christine Stanley (937) 750-5188, stanleyatc@gmail.com

In August Gary Solomon’s company Solomon Group was named as an inaugural member of the NOLA100, a group of companies considered to be leading the local entrepreneurship movement. To be included in the group, members must have been founded during or after 1999, surpassed $1 million in booked business in a single fiscal year, have the goal of achieving at least 50 percent of sales outside of Louisiana, and be headquartered in the 10-parish greater New Orleans area.

In June TEDxNewOrleans featured 14 speakers on a wide range of topics that covered aspects of life in New Orleans,

Andy deBuys is part of the band So Long Storyland along with current StM student Sophia Musso ’19. This fall

Dimitri Loupakos and wife Joanna welcomed baby girl Kanella Sophia in July.

2004 Class Agents: Markham Bradburn, markham.bradburn@gmail.com Melanie Matthews (504) 444-3977 Melanie.v.matthews@gmail.com

Class Agents: Anna-Marie Coons annamcoons@gmail.com Rebekah Smith rebekah05@gmail.com REUNION YEAR

David Robins currently works in international development, specifically on the accountability systems and transparency of nation budget processes. A short time after starting at his organization he found out that world can be a shockingly small place. As it turns out, of the 100-plus researchers David works with, classmate Amira Khalil was one of them. She works at a partner company in Egypt. After losing touch during college, they have now worked together on two different research projects. This summer Brooke Conroy Bass was the subject of a story out of Stanford which touted her published research in a scholarly sociology journal. Brooke completed her Ph.D. at Stanford in July.

Meghan McQuaig Major, husband Jason and big brother Mason welcomed baby Ella Victoria Major on September 17. On May 1, 2015 Katherine Burke Flohr and husband Willy welcomed their first child Wilson Henry Flohr III.

2003 Class Agents: Sadiha Ahmed (504)583-6585 sadiha5@hotmail.com

Family of Liz Levy Dauwe ’02

Barett Bass & Brooke Conroy Bass ’04

So Long Storyland peforming on the Chris Rose Show

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2008 Class Agents: Shayan Ahmed shayanakahmed@gmail.com Alex Humphries stm08@hotmail.com

2009 Class Agents: Robert Breaux rbrea17@tigers.lsu.edu

Class of 2005 members David Robins and Amira Khalil

In October, Mitchell White visited StM’s Middle School film class to talk about movie production. He currently works for Lightstream Entertainment which has three movies releasing soon.

2006 Class Agents: James Pfeiffer james.pfeiffer@gmail.com Kelsey Vogt Napier Kelsey.vogt@gmail.com REUNION YEAR

In August 2015 Lizzie Derby had artwork accepted

for the exhibit Louisiana Contemporary presented by Regions Bank at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. The opening reception was held during Whitney White Linen Night. Her piece was titled “We Tease to Please!”

2007 Class Agents: Kate Hoolahan hoolahan@email.unc.ed Sarah Beth Pansano sarahbeth.np@gmail.com Lauren Waters lewater@emory.edu

Maryclaire Manard maryclaire.t.manard@ vanderbilt.edu. Taylor Michals Taylor.Michals@gmail.com Aaron Nussdorf stmnussy@hotmail.com This June, Makenzie Kozojet had a booth at the Magazine Street Art Market featuring her art and jewelry. Her other works can be seen at makenziekozojet.com.

2010 Class Agents: Spencer Schlesinger spencercoe1029@gmail.com Conway Solomon conway5400@gmail.com

REUNION NEWS: The class of 2010 has a reunion planned for December 26, 2015 at Lucy’s. Contact the class agents for more info.

recently interned at Inside New Orleans Magazine and has also interned for WWOZ radio and the PR firm Spears Group.

Madeline Brannon Spiers is currently working on a new project. Tour Cycle Studio opens November 2015 in the warehouse district of New Orleans.

2013

Class Agents: Ben Amoss bmamoss10@aol.com

This summer Tyler Dean was selected as a Beckman Scholar at Wake Forest University. The Beckman Scholars Program provides exceptionally talented students with funding to pursue research and training in various science fields. Tyler will be working with professor Uli Bierbach to research precious metal-based pharmaceuticals and the development of antibodies against T-cells involved in autoimmune disease.

2012 Class Agents: Caroline Bossier cbossier@gmail.com Will Farber Mallory Young Mallory Young is entering her senior year at Washington and Lee University. Majoring in journalism and mass communications, she also serves as president of her sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. She

Amanda Rouquette saintsangel123@gmail.com Breuna Westry breewestry@gmail.com This semester Isabel Celata was selected to sing in the top choral group at Rhodes College, the Rhodes Singers.

Alex Degravelle adegra2@tigers.lsu.edu Joanna Smilari joannasmilari@yahoo.com

REUNION YEAR

Class Agents: Rebecca Buhrer

Class Agents: James Conastser

2011

Katherine Honeywell katherine22193@aol.com

2015

Adler Hyatt ’14 on his trip to Beijing

2014 Class Agents: Jefferson Honeywell Jefferson.honeywell@yahoo.com Stephanie Bossier Tia Schlesinger Ali Lange After auditioning in the spring and receiving a role as Ferdinand, this October Adler

MEMORIALS • William Y. Harper ’51

• Lynn Lighter Hoke ’63

• Bonnie Markle Broxson ’55— mother of Michael Broxson ’87

• Gregory A. Dupuy ’75

• John R. Lambert III ’55— father of Cheryl Lambert Riess ’77, grandfather of Trevor Wilson ’14 • Eric R. Phillpott ’55— brother of Martha Templeton ’63 • Donald W. Wood ’56— father of Pearce Wood ’87 • Anne Harlow Zimmerman ’57 • Marjorie Jenkins Alexander ’58— sister of Nancy Jenkins Kinser ’60 and Gene Jenkins ’65

Maryclaire Manard ’09, Sarah Rothschild ’09 and Molly Hoolahan ’09 on a recent trip to Oregon

Hyatt travelled to China to perform Shakespeare’s The Tempest at the Beijing College Students Theatre Festival. Adler attends the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, which sponsored the performance.

• John Peter Labouisse III ’60— father of Charles Labouisse ’95 and Mary-Frances Labouisse Adriance ’96, grandfather of Sawyer ’24 and Will ’26 Adriance

• Whitson McWilliams Christy ’89— son of Edmund Christy ’57 • Sean Samuel ’91— brother of Whitney Samuel Drennan ’94 and Scott Samuel ’00 • Laura Kaiser Barreca— grandmother of Kristin Howard ’03 • Arthur ‘Trey’ Fielden Giles III— father of Lauren Giles Mora ’01 • Regina Fresneda— grandmother of Jacob ’11, Joshua ’12, and Jordan Fresneda ’15, mother-in-law of faculty member Allison Fresneda • John Meigs Frost— brother of Murray Frost ’60

• Kenneth Kincade— grandfather of Taylor ’13 and Maddie Aucoin ’16, father of faculty member Shawn Aucoin • Thomas Marsalis— brother of Jim Marsalis ’62 • Harry W. Platter— father of Sandra Platter Denny ’73 and Susan Platter DalBello ’70, grandfather of Laura ’04 and F. Otway Denny ’12 • R. Henry Sarpy— father of James Sarpy ’02 • Eugene Joseph Zimmermann— father of Miesje Zimmerman ’01 • John McGeehan— brother of Chick McGeehan, former faculty

Alayna Adolph ’14, Sarah Breisacher ’11, Josh Fresneda ’12, Hunter Sikaffy ’14, Alex deGravelle ’13, Hailee Barrett ’14, Tia Schlesinger ’14 and Carter Van Horn ’11

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2014-15 Annual Report Source Of Funds Restricted Gifts 2.29% Annual Giving 3.57%

Miscellaneous Income 1.02% Episcopal Identity 4.72%

Operating Investment Income 0.10% Auxiliary Services 10.57%

Endowment 2.28%

Tuition & Fees 75.45%

Tuition & Fees

$9,272,298

Endowment

280,458

Auxiliary Services

1,298,606

Operating Investment Income

11,971

Annual Giving

438,768

Restricted Gifts

281,924

Miscellaneous Income

125,426

Episcopal Identity

579,700

Total

$12,289,151

*Total giving to the Annual Fund was $450,085. $11,317 of those dollars were designated for the Alumni Scholarship Fund and Financial Aid Extras, and are reflected in the Restricted Gifts.

Use Of Funds Financial Aid (non-faculty) 9.03% Provision for Plant Replacement/Facilities Improvements 1.16%

Restricted Gift Expense 1.98%

Operation & Maintenance of Plant 10.00%

Auxiliary Services 9.60%

Curriculum, General & Administrative Expenses 10.30%

Faculty & Administrative Salaries & Beneftis 57.93%

Faculty & Administrative Salaries & Benefits

$7,508,627

Cirriculum, General & Administrative Expenses

1,334,912

Auxiliary Services

1,244,528

Operation & Maintenance of Plant

1,296,675

Provision for Plant Replacement/Facilities Improvements

150,000

Financial Aid (non-faculty)

1,170,889

Restricted Gift Expense Total

256,924 $12,962,555

UNRESTRICTED ANNUAL GIFTS

Received between July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015 HEADMASTER ($15,000 +) Gulf Coast Bank Mr. and Mrs. John M. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Hiren Shah Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand A. Wilson ’77 SAINT ($10,000 - $14,999) Mr. Doyle Coatney Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Coatney Ms. Gian Rutherford Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas SCHOLAR ($5,000 - $9,999) Mr. Gary H. Brewster ’71 Ms. Carol Turnbull Hellman ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Israel Mr. E. Douglas Johnson, Jr. ’60 Mr. Herb Kandel Ms. Joanne Mantis Mr. Jesse B. Morgan III ’66 Mrs. Kerry S. Vogt and Mr. Gary B. Vogt FELLOW ($3,000 - $4,999) Mrs. Elisabeth Martin Armstrong ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Derby III Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Deroche, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Eastman III ’62 Dr. Grant Gillen and Dr. Sharon Gillen Mr. and Mrs. James O. Gundlach ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kuehne Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maher Mr. and Mrs. Danny McMyne Dr. Brian Melius ’74 and Mrs. Jennifer Tuero Melius ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78 Mr. Robert Peterson and Mrs. Barbara D. Bohn Mr. Frank A. Riddick III ’74 and Dr. Carol M. Riddick ’74 Dr. Louis O. Smith III ’95 Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Todd Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ungarino Dr. Anu Vellanki and Dr. Aparna Vellanki Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Yeargain, Jr. ’58 FOUNDER ($1,500 - $2,999) Mr. and Mrs. Nathan P. Adams III Mr. and Mrs. John A. Alvendia Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson Ms. Leslie Bertucci Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Branton Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Bryan Mr. Thomas F. Bryan and Mrs. Doris S. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Caserta Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cash Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Chailland Ms. Erin Coatney ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Corcoran ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Costello Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Cranford Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg Mr. and Mrs. Bret G. Davis Mr. Frank DeGrado and Ms. Gwen A. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Todd DeMonte ’87 (Victoria Siegel ’87) The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D. Devall IV ’87 The Very Rev. and Mrs. David duPlantier Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Flick Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. John M. Girault, Sr. ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Omar Hamide Mr. D. Douglas Howard, Jr. ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Huber ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley Mrs. Donna Melius Jolly ’71 and Mr. Jerry Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Hans A. B. Jonassen ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kahn Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Dr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Kellum The Rev. Dr. Michael C. Kuhn and Mrs. Maria Elliott Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Labouisse III ’60 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lesser Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Manard III Ms. Melanie Branton Manzella ’87 Mrs. Sarah and Mr. Jeffrey Meckstroth ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Raj K. Mitra Mr. George Mueller III and Dr. Laura Trunk Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicoladis Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom Ms. Julie M. O’Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo E. Ortega (Ana Mesa ’85) Mr. and Mrs. David S. Reeves Ms. Deborah P. Reggio and Mr. Gregory M. Reggio Mr. and Mrs. Bennie F. Relan Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83 (Alma Quiroz ’83) Mr. and Mrs. David W. Rusch ’72 (Donna Cox ’72) Dr. Louise and Mr. Clifton Saik Mr. Walker Fleming Saik ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schmedtje Mr. and Mrs. Mark Scofield Mrs. Peggy Higgins Sewell ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sims Dr. Ahmad Slim and Dr. Jennifer Slim Mr. Howard J. Smith, Jr. ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Gary N. Solomon, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kim Sorrells Drs. Robin and Peter Stedman ’71 Dr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. George R. Sumner Mr. Clifford Sutter ’70 Mrs. Amy Threefoot Valeiras ‘78 and Mr. Horacio Valeiras Dr. and Mrs. John J. Watermeier Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wendel Mrs. Charlotte Marshall Williamson ’89 and Mr. Richard Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Clayton K. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Wright ’92 SUPPORTER ($500 - $1,499) Anonymous Senator and Mrs. Conrad H. Appel III Judge David L. Bell and Dr. Jacinta Bell Mr. Stephen Benton Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bird Dr. Carrie E. Black ’94

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blake, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Booker Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boudreaux Ms. Virginia Boulet Mr. Scott B. Branting ’91 Mr. Joseph Briand Mrs. Catherine McCall Clarke ’79 Dr. David C. Conner ’57 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Conway III DBA Janitorial Services Dr. and Mrs. Frank DellaCroce, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny D. Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Fein Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Fleishmann Dr. Ralph M. Garrard, Jr. ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. Gary, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gaspard The Rev. Susan Gaumer Mr. Bret Gerard Mr. Dag Luther Gooch and Dr. Gretchen Galliano Mr. and Mrs. John J. Graham Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gray, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Gremillion Dr. Byron A. Hammer ’75 Mrs. Adrea D. Heebe ’72 Mr. Jerry Henry Mr. Stephen L. Huber and Mrs. Paula C. Huber Mr. Robert T. Jackson, Jr. Mr. Byron F. Johnson and Dr. Kristin Johnson ’85 Mr. Edward George King III ’68 Mr. Jason Kirkpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kirschman Mr. and Mrs. James Klebba Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lang III Mr. and Mrs. W. Elliott Laudeman III ’55 (Susan Ruppel ’55) Mrs. Malena Lepetich and Mr. Matthew Lepetich Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Livingston, Jr. ’60 Mr. Donald K. Marshall ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Martin ’78 (Judy Becker ’80) Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClellan Mrs. Julie Hogue McCollam ’52 Drs. Richelle and Paul Monier Dr. Michael and Mrs. Kathleen Lawler Morin ’87 Mr. Daniel Ness Dr. Patrick D. Odom ’93 Dr. Jennifer Moorhead Parkerson ’76 and Mr. G. Bruce Parkerson ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Jon Perenack Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Rabe Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Richards Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ripley Mr. and Mrs. S. Ford Rowan, Jr. ’61 Ms. Michelle D. Scandurro Mr. Charles K. Schaefer ’88 Mrs. Cynthia Phillips Schmidt ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Schuber III Ms. Shannon Sharpe Ms. Rebecca Sherrill and Mr. Paul Ola Mr. J. Ernest Sims ’70 Mr. Darrel Smith and Ms. Mei Yen Smith Dr. Gregory Sossaman and Dr. Julie Sossaman

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Dr. J. Stephen Jenkins and Mrs. Marilyn Jenkins The Rev. and Mrs. Roberts P. Johnson III Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm K. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Jones Mr. Joshua Alan Kaston ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Katz Ms. Anne Kiefer Mr. Hardee C. Kilgore III ’57 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Kirchner Dr. and Mrs. Michael Knight Dr. Anne B. Krementz ’67 Mrs. Priscilla Rutledge Kujawski ’72 Dr. Louise LaBruyère Dr. Stephen LaCoste and Dr. Nicole LaCoste Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lafleur, Jr. Mrs. Deborah Wendlandt Lamping ’68 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. LaNasa, Jr. Mrs. Keith Warren Landon ’87 Mrs. Kathleen Hamilton Landry ’55 Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lane Mrs. Evelyn and Mr. Fred Lang Mr. and Mrs. Chris P. Lawler ’90 Mr. Darrin Lear and Mrs. Angela Fyssas-Lear Mrs. Patti Donnally Leathers ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. LeCoq Mr. Griff C. Lee III ’75 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. LeGardeur, Jr. ’68 (Barbara Yates ’70) Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. LeJeune Mrs. Laura McMahon Lindemann ’85 Mrs. Suzanne Linden Mrs. Linda Tuero Lindsley ’68 Dr. Thomas P. Lipscomb ’72 Mr. Ronald W. Liston ’61 Mr. Brandon M. Lobell ’01 Dr. Jesus Lovera and Dr. Maria D. Bernal Ms. Maryclaire Tenell Manard ’09 Drs. Diptasri M. and Tarun K. Mandal Mrs. Lesley Smith Marshall ’63 Mr. Philip A. Martin ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Randall C. Martin Mr. Garrett Mason Mr. Andrew Matthews ’05 Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Matthews Ms. Christine A. Matthews ’11 Mr. James Lloyd Matthews ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Maurer Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. McCollum Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. McGeehan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. McGinnis ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Julius F. McIlwain Mr. and Mrs. John T. McMahon Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G. McShan II Mr. Douglas C. Meadowcroft ’65 Mrs. Nancy Mayer Mencke ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Menutis Mr. Alfredo Mesa ’89 Mr. Carlos Manuel Mesa ’87 The Rev. and Mrs. Prospero Mesa Mr. and Mrs. David J. Miller II Mrs. Suzanne Olsen Miller 42 | Fall 2015

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Mr. Brett Simpson ’92 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Sims ’75 Mr. Steven Shawn Sistrunk ’77 Mr. Cameron B. Smith ’87 Mrs. Miriam C. Smith-Woodrich ’02 and Mr. Gerard Woodrich Mr. L. Clay Spencer ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Spiers Mr. Owen St. Amant ’90 Mr. Robert J. Stefani, Sr. and Mrs. Marlene Stefani Mrs. Brooke Bailey Stuckey ’95 Mrs. Margaret “Jeanie” Bogart Suter ’56 Ms. Anne Reily Sutherlin ’66 Dr. and Mrs. Frank Svec Mr. Justin Christopher Svec ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Talbot ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Tan Mrs. Cathy Reily Thomason ’68 Dr. Henry Threefoot Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Threefoot ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Todd Tillery Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tillman III Mrs. Carol Robinson Tompkins ’67 Mr. Manuel O. Torres and Mrs. Kem L. Opperman-Torres Mrs. Carolyn Wanek Treuting and Dr. Robert Treuting Mr. and Mrs. Al Trevino Ms. Mary F. Trufant ’81 Ms. Sally Adams Trufant ’80 Dr. Fernando Urrego and Dr. Heather Urrego Mr. and Mrs. Jan O. Van Slate ’54 Ms. Victoria Hodges Vartanian ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Velasquez Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Verges II Mr. Matthew P. Molaison and Ms. Alicia Vial ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Vining Mr. Brett Vogt ’02 Ms. Kimberly Valladares Walter ’90 Dr. Simon V. Ward III ’72 Mr. and Mrs. George Wax Mr. David Webber Mr. Robert Wehrmann ’57 Mrs. Joseph Cameron White Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitney, Jr. Mr. Charles Carter Wicks ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiegand II ’65 (Pam Danos ’65) Mrs. Ann Lindsey Wilhelm ’75 Mr. Gregory T. Williams ’01 Ms. Priscilla Carol Williams ’62 Mrs. Julie Bailliet Williamson ’91 Mr. Reynolds Wilson ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Winkler II Dr. David S. Wisdom ’57 Mrs. Lindsey Jackson Wood ’87 Mr. Jay Woodbury ’65 Mr. William E. Wright, Jr. ’67 Capt. W. Thomas Zander ’58 Mrs. Anita Zervigon-Hakes ’62 Mr. David L. Zuber ’52 Mr. Donald S. Zuber, Sr. ’54

FRIEND ($1 - $99) Anonymous Dr. Abir Abdo Abi Rafeh and Dr. Nidal Abi Rafeh Mr. Peter D. Adair ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Jason Adriance Ms. Mary H. Allen ’55 Mrs. Hillary Gibbs Alread ’05 Ms. Justine Andersen The Rev. and Mrs. John D. Angerer, Jr. Mr. Charles Ashurst and Mrs. Dian Ashurst Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aucoin Mrs. Ruth Mora Avila ’89 Ms. Erin S. Bahn ’14 Ms. Leslie S. Bahn Ms. Jane Annadora Ball ’09 Mrs. Betty P. Bankston Mr. Lane Russell Barrocas ’90 Mrs. Beckie McKown Barry ’69 Ms. Carroll Beauvais Ms. Nicole Bejaran Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blazek Mrs. Linda West Bonfanti ’65 Mr. Evan Bordes Mr. and Mrs. Craig Bourgeois ’79 Ms. M. Ashley Woods Bozeman ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brannon Ms. Sarah Breisacher ’11 Capt. and Mrs. Frederick F. Briand Mrs. Kelly Petro Bridgforth ’90 Mrs. Susan Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Brooks, Jr. ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Deon Brown ’90 Ms. Katherine Brown ’10 Mr. and Mrs. John Budde Mrs. Emma Tubb Burton ’90 Mr. Christopher C. Cabral ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Ron Calamia Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Callahan Ms. Dawn Casey Mr. Garrett Casey ’09 Mr. and Mrs. George Chancellor Mr. Arthur Montgomery Christy, Jr. ’93 Ms. Elisabeth Clark Ms. Joanne Close ’95 Dr. Thomas B. Cochran ’58 Ms. Roma Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Collier Ms. Jennifer Collins Mr. R. Ty Cook, Jr. ’71 Mr. Chad D. Cooper ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Crawford Mrs. Eleanor Calvert Crowder ’57 Ms. Kimberly Currault and Mr. Lee Currault Mr. and Mrs. John Curry Mr. Gayle L. Dalferes, Jr. ’61 Ms. Angela Day Mr. Mark Day Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dazzo Mr. Nolan L. Dewey Mr. Ed Diaz Ms. Jeanette Diket Mr. Donald and Mrs. Sandra Williams Dinon ’68 Ms. Ana-Maria C. Dobrescu

Mrs. Anne Hickerson Doyle ’61 Major Elizabeth Wright Dunn ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunn ’91 Ms. Tiffany DuSaules Dr. and Mrs. Val A. Earhart Mr. Robert Edgerton and Mrs. Elizabeth Edgerton Mrs. Jane Trufant Edwards ’52 Mrs. Rachel Wittich Edwards ’87 Mr. Michael Louis Fantaci ’90 Mr. G. Jeffrey Favaloro ’10 Ms. Kathryn Marie Favaloro ’14 Mr. John Fererro Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan Mrs. Katherine Burke Flohr ’02 Ms. Rebekah Founds Mrs. Elizabeth Gayle Fox ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fransen Mrs. Beth Hood Gaines ’64 Mrs. Leslie Gamble and Mr. John Zenker Mr. Charles Gariepy ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gaspard Mr. Fenner E. Gay ’61 Mr. Stuart G. Gayle ’84 Dr. Melina Gerardino Mrs. Milagros Del C Gerardino-Del-Rio Mr. A. Trice Gibbons III ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Gibson Mr. Robert Glenn and Ms. Donna Gorum Glenn Dr. Joseph A. Gorvetzian ’77 Mr. and Ms. Phillippe Goudail Mr. Ford F. Graham ’81 Mr. Hoyt L. Greer and Mrs. Dianne Greer Mr. Charles C. Grubb ’64 Mr. Guillermo Guerra and Ms. Maria C. Herrera Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Hall ’90 Mrs. Barbara Barry Hammett ’60 Ms. Emily Hammett Mrs. Ann Hartman Capt. Ross R. Hatch, USN (Ret.) ’52 Ms. Cammy Heidegger Mr. Bernardus G. Heppe and Mrs. Sara Heppe-Vorstenbosch Mrs. Kira Stiebing Heston ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoffmann, Jr. Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell ’83 Mr. Jefferson D. Honeywell ’14 Ms. Katherine Honeywell ’11 Mrs. Sharon Smith Huff ’55 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Johnson Mrs. Frances Talley Jones ’84 Mr. Michael Karno ’91 Mrs. Linda and Mr. William Keir Ms. Megan King Mrs. Nancy Jenkins Kinser ’60 The Rev. B. W. Kinyon Dr. William Jeff Klein ’90 Mr. Jenkins Knighten Dr. Julie Laskay Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lazarre Mrs. Patricia Garcia Leary ’90 Mr. Warren Lind

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Mr. Ray Scioneaux Mr. Bushnell C. Seavey ’52 Dr. Rahil D. Shah and Dr. Pinki Prasad-Shah Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sharple Mrs. Lauren Venturatos Sharples ’98 Mr. Christopher R. Shipman and Mrs. Sarah Jackson Mrs. Patricia F. Simpson Mrs. Charlene M. Smith Dr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Ms. Kimberly Elise Smith Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Mr. and Mrs. Barney H. Snow Mrs. Christina Spako Mr. Drew D. Story ’82 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas Ms. Breck Trevino ’94 Mr. Al Tritico Mr. Michael Truxillo and Mrs. Dayna Truxillo Ms. Mychal Truxillo ’13 Mrs. Kristina Bernard Tyson Dr. Joe Vaccaro Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Varon Dr. George L. H. Ward ’75 Mr. Phillip Warren Ms. Rachel Wagner Watts ’06 Mr. and Mrs. K. Michael Weaver Dr. James D. Welsh ’74 Mr. Woody Wilson Mr. Lou Wineski Mr. Blake M. Woods ’84 Mrs. Vicky Garcia Wroten ’81 Miss Amber Wyatt ’20 Mr. Bruce Wyatt and Mrs. Heidi Labourdette-Wyatt

PARENT CONTRIBUTIONS BY CLASS CLASS OF 2015 – 34% Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Bilich Mr. and Mrs. Guy P. Brierre Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Bryan Mr. Thomas F. Bryan and Mrs. Doris S. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cash Mr. Michael A. Celata and Ms. Cynthia L. Warren Mr. Frank DeGrado and Ms. Gwen A. Williams The Very Rev. and Mrs. David duPlantier Mr. Bret Gerard Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Israel Dr. J. Stephen Jenkins and Mrs. Marilyn Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Martin ’78 (Judy Becker ’80) Mr. Sean McGovern Drs. Richelle and Paul Monier Ms. Natalie Ott Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Pancamo Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Phillips Mrs. Deborah P. Reggio and Mr. Gregory M. Reggio Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ripley Mr. and Mrs. Mark Scofield Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ungarino CLASS OF 2016 – 44% Mr. and Mrs. Nathan P. Adams III Mr. and Mrs. Jorge A. Alsina, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Alvendia

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aucoin Ms. Leslie Bertucci Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bird Ms. Sondra Brown Dr. Richard Campeau and Ms. Ann Cook Mr. and Mrs. George Castaneda, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chad Clark Ms. Colleen Cole Mr. and Mrs. Lane Davis Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Gibson Mr. and Ms. Phillippe Goudail Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Imbornone Ms. Lucia Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. LeCoq Mr. and Mrs. David J. Miller II Mr. Daniel Ness Mr. Daniel J. Rodriguez and Mrs. Yubraily C. Sotomayor Mr. and Mrs. Hiren Shah Mr. and Mrs. William B. Sims ’75 Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas CLASS OF 2017 – 46% Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Baird Mr. Thomas F. Bryan and Mrs. Doris S. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. George Castaneda, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Frank DellaCroce, Jr. Mr. Robert Glenn and Ms. Donna Gorum Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Gremillion Mr. and Mrs. Troy Jeanfreau Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Randall C. Martin Cmdr. and Mrs. Christopher Pendleton Ms. Heidi Anne Porter Mrs. Deborah P. Reggio and Mr. Gregory M. Reggio Mr. and Mrs. Bennie F. Relan Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Richards Ms. Angie Ruiz Mr. and Mrs. Mark Scofield Dr. and Mrs. John J. Watermeier Mr. and Mrs. Clayton K. Williamson CLASS OF 2018 – 54% Dr. Joan Bartholomew Mr. Stephen Benton Mr. and Mrs. Mark Black Ms. Shantell Cooper The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D. Devall IV ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny D. Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Eric France Mr. and Mrs. Grady Hurley Dr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Kellum Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kuehne Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. LeJeune Drs. Diptasri M. and Tarun K. Mandal Ms. Joanne Mantis Ms. Melanie Branton Manzella ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. McCollum The Rev. and Mrs. Ford J. Millican, Jr. Drs. Richelle and Paul Monier Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo E. Ortega Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pfefferle Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Shannon ’84 The Bell | 43


Ms. Rebecca Sherrill and Mr. Paul Ola Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suggs CLASS OF 2019 – 50% Dr. Helena Costales-Bourg and Dr. David Bourg Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Fleishmann Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Gremillion Mr. and Mrs. David J. Halpern Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Imbornone Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kahn Dr. and Mrs. J. Leslie Kellum Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lafleur, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lesser Mr. Kelley McWilliams and Ms. Greer R. McWilliams Mr. and Mrs. John M. Morgan Dr. Shannon Pickens ’84 and Mr. Richard Rowland Pickens Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Rabe Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Talbot ’88 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas Mr. Michael Truxillo and Mrs. Dayna Truxillo Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Varon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitney, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Winkler II CLASS OF 2020 – 48% Mr. and Mrs. Craig Bourgeois ’79 Mr. Mark Day Ms. Angela Day Drs. Yanira and Rafael T. Figueroa Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. Gary, Jr. Mr. Bernardus G. Heppe and Mrs. Sara Heppe-Vorstenbosch Mr. and Mrs. Troy Jeanfreau Mr. Richard Manning and The Rev. Canon Shannon Manning Ms. Mary K. Peyton Mr. and Mrs. Steven Saucier Mr. and Mrs. Jay L. Shannon ’84 Dr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes Mr. Raymond Boudreau and Ms. Jessica Styons Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas Mr. Bruce Wyatt and Mrs. Heidi Labourdette-Wyatt CLASS OF 2021 – 61% The Rev. and Mrs. John D. Angerer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roby Arensman ’91 Drs. Joan and Bradley Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Berthelot Mr. and Mrs. Mark Black Ms. Andrea Roohi Bonnette ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Boudreaux Mr. and Mrs. George Castaneda, Jr. Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and Dr. Leslie Blake ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Deroche, Jr. The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D. Devall IV ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny D. Doyle Drs. Yanira and Rafael T. Figueroa Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs The Rev. and Mrs. Ford J. Millican, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Raj K. Mitra The Rev. Duane Nettles 44 | Fall 2015

Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo E. Ortega (Ana Mesa ’85) Mr. and Mrs. Bennie F. Relan Dr. and Mrs. Thom F. Smilari Mr. and Mrs. Tim Stewart Mrs. Kem L. Opperman-Torres and Mr. Manuel O. Torres Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whitney, Jr. CLASS OF 2022 – 53% Mr. Thomas F. Bryan and Mrs. Doris S. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Corcoran ’88 Mr. and Mrs. David J. Halpern Mr. Bernardus G. Heppe and Mrs. Sara Heppe-Vorstenbosch Mr. Byron F. Johnson and Dr. Kristin Johnson ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lafleur, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Livingston Dr. Jesus Lovera and Dr. Maria D. Bernal Drs. Richelle and Paul Monier Dr. Michael Ng and Dr. Yen Ng Mr. and Mrs. Morris J. Rabe Mr. and Mrs. Steven Saucier Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schmedtje Dr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Talbot ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Varon CLASS OF 2023 – 73% Mr. and Mrs. John A. Alvendia Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Costello Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Hall ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Huber ’89 Mrs. Suzanne Linden Mr. George Mueller III and Dr. Laura Trunk Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Norton Mr. Clint A. Nunez and Ms. Amy Stelly-Nunez Dr. Shannon Pickens ’84 and Mr. Richard Rowland Pickens Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schmedtje Mr. and Mrs. Mark Scofield Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Spiers Mrs. Kem L. Opperman-Torres and Mr. Manuel O. Torres CLASS OF 2024 – 79% Mr. and Mrs. Jason Adriance The Rev. and Mrs. John D. Angerer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roby Arensman ’91 Ms. Kimberly Currault and Mr. Lee Currault Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. Gary, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Gaspard Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Hall ’90 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Kirchner Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom, Jr. ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Perdomo Ms. Celeste Porche and Mr. Stephen Pitard Dr. Mitchell Rubin and Dr. Brandi Jones Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scheuermann Mr. Arthur Schott and Dr. Claudia Schott Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Dr. Gregory Sossaman and Dr. Julie Sossaman Mr. and Mrs. Tim Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Todd Tillery

Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Todd Dr. Fernando Urrego and Dr. Heather Urrego Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Velasquez CLASS OF 2025 – 74% Mr. and Mrs. David Arizola Drs. Joan and Bradley Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Michael Blake, Jr. Ms. M. Ashley Woods Bozeman ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Chailland Mr. and Mrs. George Chancellor Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Collier Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. John Curry Mr. and Mrs. Bret G. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Deutcsh II (Lee Adams ’94) Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Fassbender Drs. Yanira and Rafael T. Figueroa Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gaspard Dr. Melina Gerardino Mr. Byron F. Johnson and Dr. Kristin Johnson ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Michael Knight Mr. and Mrs. Stephen LaCoste Dr. Jesus Lovera and Dr. Maria D. Bernal Mr. Richard Manning and The Rev. Canon Shannon Manning Mr. and Mrs. Raj K. Mitra The Rev. Duane Nettles Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Rieder Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Rigney Mr. Daniel J. Rodriguez and Mrs. Yubraily C. Sotomayor Dr. Ahmad Slim and Dr. Jennifer Slim Dr. Gregory Sossaman and Dr. Julie Sossaman Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Velasquez CLASS OF 2026 – 100% Anonymous Dr. Abir Abdo Abi Rafeh and Dr. Nidal Abi Rafeh Mr. and Mrs. Jason Adriance Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blazek Ms. Sondra Brown Mr. and Mrs. George Chancellor Mr. and Mrs. Chad Clark Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Costello Dr. D. Bradley Davis and Dr. Nancy Davis Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Deroche, Jr. Ms. Joanne Close Diaz ’95 Mr. Ed Diaz Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunn ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Fein Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Huber ’89 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Kirchner Mr. and Mrs. David LaVie, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Chris P. Lawler ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Danny McMyne Dr. Michael Ng and Dr. Yen Ng Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom, Jr. ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Palmisano

Ms. Nikki Rabalais Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Rieder Dr. and Mrs. James E. Rizer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scheuermann Mr. Matthew P. Molaison and Ms. Alicia Vial ’89 Mr. and Mrs. David Whitaker CLASS OF 2027- 52% Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Devon Becnel Judge David L. Bell and Dr. Jacinta Bell Mr. Joseph Briand Dr. Joseph Collins and Dr. Meredith Collins Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Bret G. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Deutcsh II (Lee Adams ’94) Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm K. Jones Mr. and Mrs. David Livingston Dr. and Mrs. Jon Perenack Ms. Jodi Roberts and Mr. Jay Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Steven Saucier Dr. Rahil D. Shah and Dr. Pinki Prasad-Shah Ms. Shannon Sharpe Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sims Dr. Ahmad Slim and Dr. Jennifer Slim Mr. and Mrs. William Smith CLASS OF 2028 – 52% Mr. and Mrs. Aseem Deshpande Mr. and Mrs. Ford J. Dieth, Jr. ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Fein Mrs. Leslie Gamble and Mr. John Zenker Mr. and Mrs. Randy Gaspard Mr. and Mrs. Chris P. Lawler ’90 Mrs. Malena Lepetich and Mr. Matthew Lepetich Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lopez Mr. Benjamin D. Markey and Dr. Stefanie T. Markey Dr. Michael and Mrs. Kathleen Lawler Morin ’87 Dr. and Mrs. Ronnie Ortiz Dr. and Mrs. H. Chris Segar Dr. Ahmad Slim and Dr. Jennifer Slim Mr. Darrel Smith and Ms. Mei Yen Smith Mr. Matthew P. Molaison and Ms. Alicia Vial ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Lodovico M. Vignes, Sr. CLASS OF 2029 – 50% Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnett Dr. Mark Kulp and Ms. Mary Bond Mr. Joseph Briand Ms. Kimberly Currault and Mr. Lee Currault Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunn ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Blair Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Stephen LaCoste Mr. and Mrs. David LaVie, Sr. Mr. Darrin Lear and Mrs. Angela Fyssas-Lear Ms. Shannon Sharpe Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Sims CLASS OF 2030 – 79% Anonymous Dr. Abir Abdo Abi Rafeh and Dr. Nidal Abi Rafeh Ms. Kimberly Currault and Mr. Lee Currault Dr. D. Bradley Davis and Dr. Nancy Davis Ms. Joanne Close Diaz ’95 Mr. Ed Diaz Mr. and Mrs. William L. Feibleman ’82

Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan Mr. Dag Luther Gooch and Dr. Gretchen Galliano Mr. and Mrs. Omar Hamide Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Huber ’89 Mr. George Mueller III and Dr. Laura Trunk Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Palmisano Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Preen CLASS OF 2031 – 59% Mr. Joseph Briand Mr. and Mrs. Ford J. Dieth, Jr. ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Fein Mr. Dag Luther Gooch and Dr. Gretchen Galliano Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Gray, Jr. Mr. Guillermo Guerra and Ms. Maria C. Herrera Mr. and Mrs. Blair Harrison Mr. Benjamin D. Markey and Dr. Stefanie T. Markey Mr. and Mrs. Carson Riess Mr. and Mrs. José Rodriguez Mrs. Gian Rutherford Ms. Shannon Sharpe CLASS OF 2032 – 14% Mr. and Mrs. Bret G. Davis

ALUMNI ANNUAL GIVING CLASS OF 1952 - 33% Mrs. Jane Edwards Capt. Ross R. Hatch, USN (Ret.) Mrs. Julie Hogue McCollam Mr. Bushnell C. Seavey Mr. David L. Zuber CLASS OF 1954 - 23% Mrs. Fay Rice Atkinson Brig. Gen. James Cobb Mr. James O. Gundlach Mr. Jan O. Van Slate Mr. Donald S. Zuber, Sr. CLASS OF 1955 - 39% Ms. Mary H. Allen Mr. Eugene V. Doswell Mr. John M. Girault, Sr. Mrs. Sharon Smith Huff Mrs. Kathleen Hamilton Landry Mr. W. Elliott Laudeman III Mrs. Susan Ruppel Laudeman Mr. Lawrence R. Maxwell, Jr. Mrs. Anne Heyerdale Maxwell CLASS OF 1956 - 19% Mr. Charles E. Aubrey Mr. Dennis C. Crawford Mrs. Margaret Bogart Suter CLASS OF 1957 - 23% Dr. David C. Conner Mrs. Eleanor Calvert Crowder Mr. Hardee C. Kilgore III Mr. Robert Wehrmann Mr. Robert J. Whann III Dr. David S. Wisdom CLASS OF 1958 - 21% Dr. Thomas Cochran Mrs. Natalie Bernius James Mr. Hans A. B. Jonassen Mrs. Susan Crawford Pope

Mr. Robert S. Yeargain, Jr. Capt. W. Thomas Zander CLASS OF 1959 - 6% Mr. Leo M. Favrot III Mr. James R. Martin III CLASS OF 1960 - 33% Mr. John A. Bolles Mrs. Jean Barnetson Brousseau Mr. James P. Conner Dr. William Brooks Emory Mr. E. Jerome Friedrichs, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Barry Hammett Mr. D. Douglas Howard, Jr. Mr. E. Douglas Johnson, Jr. Mrs. Nancy Jenkins Kinser Mrs. Patti Donnally Leathers Mr. Robert L. Livingston, Jr. Mrs. Mary Sue Nelson Roniger Mr. Howard J. Smith, Jr. CLASS OF 1961 - 19% Mr. Frank Edward Beeson III Mr. Gayle L. Dalferes, Jr. Mrs. Anne Hickerson Doyle Mr. Mayo K. Emory Mr. Fenner E. Gay Mrs. Christine Halstead Hinckley Mr. Ronald W. Liston Mr. S. Ford Rowan, Jr. CLASS OF 1962 - 17% Mrs. Martha Nelson Frost Mr. Robert M. Morse Mr. Paul Muehlemann, Jr. Capt. Ralph Ross III Ms. Priscilla Carol Williams Mrs. Anita Zervigon-Hakes CLASS OF 1963 - 8% Mr. Luther Edward Clark, Jr. Mrs. Lesley Smith Marshall Mrs. Bette Prescott Minihan Mr. Charles Carter Wicks CLASS OF 1964 - 19% Mrs. Judy Fremaux Adams Mr. Walter R. Brooks, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Dupont Estis Mrs. Elizabeth Hood Gaines Mr. Charles C. Grubb Mrs. Celeste McAshan Neuman Mrs. Deborah McCarthy Rhodus CLASS OF 1965 - 17% Mrs. Kathleen Hesse Ambrose Mrs. Linda West Bonfanti Mr. Earl R. McCallon III Mr. Douglas C. Meadowcroft Mrs. Patty Habeeb Muehlemann Ms. Winston Wendt Purvis Mr. Richard D. Roussel Mrs. Pam Danos Wiegand Mr. Robert Wiegand II Mr. Jay Woodbury CLASS OF 1966 - 7% Mrs. Janie Boasberg Johnson

Mr. Jesse B. Morgan III Ms. Anne Reily Sutherlin CLASS OF 1967 - 8% Dr. Anne Krementz Krementz Mrs. Carol Robinson Tompkins Mr. William E. Wright, Jr. CLASS OF 1968 - 28% Mr. Karl Timmins Alexander Mrs. Briscoe Garrard Campbell Mrs. Katharine Bankston Cross Mrs. Sandra Williams Dinon Mrs. Virginia Nelson Dodge Mr. Thomas B. Favrot, Jr. Mr. Rufus C. Harris III Mr. Edward George King III Mrs. Deborah Wendlandt Lamping Mr. Daniel B. LeGardeur, Jr. Mrs. Linda Tuero Lindsley Mr. Donald Kaye Marshall Mr. Louis W. McFaul III Ms. Vicki Morgan Mrs. Karen Baltar Reily Mrs. Peggy Higgins Sewell Mrs. Cathy Reily Thomason CLASS OF 1969 - 7% Mrs. Beckie McKown Barry Mr. L. Clay Spencer III Mrs. Terry Riordan Stanton CLASS OF 1970 - 8% Mrs. Laura Bohne Fuller Mrs. Barbara Yates LeGardeur Mr. J. Ernest Sims Mr. Clifford B. Sutter CLASS OF 1971 - 13% Mr. Gary Brewster Mr. Robert Ty Cook, Jr. Mr. Archibald Thomas Higgins III Mrs. Donna Melius Jolly Mr. Philip Alan Martin Dr. Louise Harris Saik CLASS OF 1972 - 17% Mrs. Laura Riddick Dufresne Mr. Robert W. Engel Mrs. Adrea Heebe Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston Mrs. Priscilla Rutledge Kujawski Dr. Thomas P. Lipscomb Dr. Vincent F. Morgan Mr. David W. Rusch Mrs. Donna Cox Rusch Dr. Simon V. Ward III CLASS OF 1973 - 9% Mr. Dolf Dunn Mrs. Melanie Fanning Dunn Dr. Ralph M. Garrard, Jr. Mrs. Sally West Janke Dr. Kevin Murphy Moss Mrs. Jocelyn Stedman Pring Ms. Lee Robinson CLASS OF 1974 - 17% Mrs. Ann Ashby Geary

Dr. Brian H. Melius Mr. Mark E. Morere Ms. Pamela Portwood Dr. Carol Mykolyk Riddick Mr. Frank Riddick Mrs. Cynthia Phillips Schmidt Dr. James D. Welsh CLASS OF 1975 - 16% Dr. Byron A. Hammer Mr. Douglas K. Harris Mr. Griff C. Lee III Mrs. Jennifer Tuero Melius Mr. G. Bruce Parkerson Dr. James A. Rusch Mr. William Barry Sims Mr. Raymond W. Stephens III Mr. Steven A. Threefoot Dr. George L. H. Ward Mrs. Ann Lindsey Wilhelm CLASS OF 1976 - 5% Dr. Jennifer Moorhead Parkerson Mrs. Ann Fleetwood Poelma CLASS OF 1977 - 13% Mr. Robert Irvin Ayerst, Jr. Dr. Joseph A. Gorvetzian Mr. Jeffrey Alan Meckstroth Mr. Calvin L. Perilloux, Jr. Mr. Steven Shawn Sistrunk Dr. Lisa Bernhard Thornhill Mr. Bertrand A. Wilson CLASS OF 1978 Mrs. Elisabeth Martin Armstrong Mr. Michael Lasky Barton Mrs. Margaret Dannenberg Bossier Mr. Brian C. Bossier Mr. Michael L. Martin Mr. Michael F. Nicoladis Mrs. Charlotte Robinson Pritchard Mrs. Amy Threefoot Valeiras CLASS OF 1979 Mr. Craig Bourgeois Mrs. Catherine McCall Clarke Mr. Kelly Conatser Mr. Ashby Trice Gibbons III CLASS OF 1980 - 11% Anonymous Mr. Jeffry F. Bailey Dr. Leslie Blake Mrs. Peggy King Bruce Mr. David B. Fried III Mrs. Judy Becker Martin Ms. Sally Adams Trufant CLASS OF 1981 - 8% Mrs. Nellie Quiroz Diaz Major Elizabeth Wright Dunn Mr. Ford F. Graham Ms. Mary F. Trufant Mrs. Vicky Garcia Wroten

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CLASS OF 1982 - 7% Mr. William L. Feibleman Mrs. Elizabeth Gayle Fox Mrs. Nancy Mayer Mencke Mrs. Patti Reiss Micklin Mr. Drew D. Story CLASS OF 1983 - 6% Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell Mrs. Alma Quiroz Roohi Mr. William Roohi CLASS OF 1984 - 12% Mr. Stuart G. Gayle Mrs. Elizabeth Leveque Gouner Mrs. Frances Talley Jones Dr. Shannon Conatser Pickens Mr. Jay Laird Shannon Mr. Blake M. Woods CLASS OF 1985 - 19% Ms. Justine Aguiar Mr. David Bowes Ms. Ann Wootten Bowes Ms. M. Ashley Woods Bozeman Mr. David Favaloro Mrs. Laura Schuler Favaloro Dr. Kristin Sullivan Johnson Mrs. Laura McMahon Lindemann Mr. John W. Ormond II Mrs. Ana Mesa Ortega CLASS OF 1986 - 4% Mr. Joseph Mark McGinnis Mr. Robert L. Pettit III CLASS OF 1987 - 33% Mr. Donald P. Chin Mrs. Kimberley Conway Crawford Mr. Todd DeMonte Mrs. Victoria Siegel DeMonte The Rev. Frederick D. Devall IV Mr. Brent Edwards Mrs. Rachel Wittich Edwards Mr. John R. Falgoust, Jr. Mrs. Brandi Ermon Feibleman Mrs. Kira Stiebing Heston Mr. Scott C. Hightower Mrs. Keith Warren Landon Ms. Melanie Branton Manzella Mr. Carlos Manuel Mesa Mrs. Rachal Gately Moriarty Mrs. Kathleen Lawler Morin Mrs. Lacy Williams Rabe Mr. Cameron B. Smith Mrs. Michele Karno Varon Mrs. Lindsey Jackson Wood CLASS OF 1988 - 13% Mrs. Melissa Quiroz Campbell Mr. Chuck Corcoran Mrs. Paige Kuchler Fronabarger Mr. Charles K. Schaefer Mr. Michael Kirk Talbot CLASS OF 1989 - 12% Mrs. Ruth Mora Avila Mr. Ford Jones Dieth, Jr. 46 | Fall 2015

Mr. Stephen M. Huber Mr. Alfredo Mesa Ms. Alicia Vial Mrs. Charlotte Marshall Williamson CLASS OF 1990 - 49% Anonymous Mr. Lane Russell Barrocas Mrs. Stephanie Sumner Bass Mrs. Sally Schuber Belenky Mrs. Kelly Petro Bridgforth Mr. Deon Brown Mrs. Emma Tubb Burton Mr. Chad D. Cooper Mrs. Brooke Burns Cracken Mr. Michael Louis Fantaci Mr. Matthew Fransen Mr. Scott L. Hall Dr. William Jeff Klein Mr. Chris P. Lawler Mrs. Patricia Garcia Leary Mrs. Kristine O’Connell Maruri Mr. Ron McInnis Mrs. Emily Saab Messerschmitt Ms. Anne Falgoust Ott Mr. Owen St. Amant Ms. Kimberly Valladares Walter Mr. Reynolds Wilson CLASS OF 1991 - 19% Mr. Roby Arensman Mr. Scott B. Branting Mr. Samuel Dunn Mr. Jonathan Hodges Mr. Michael Karno Mrs. Courtenay Graham Reymond Mrs. Mary Lee Wayman Saucier Mrs. Julie Bailliet Williamson CLASS OF 1992 - 19% Mr. Thomas J. Bethune IV Mr. Nicholas Hingel, Jr. Ms. Kelly McGeehan Mr. Michael C. Odom, Jr. Mr. Charles Claiborne Schmidt Mr. Kyle Sclafani Mr. Brett Simpson Mr. Jon C. Wright CLASS OF 1993 - 9% Mr. Arthur Montgomery Christy, Jr. Mrs. Erin E. Craig Dr. Dian H. Fogle Dr. Patrick D. Odom CLASS OF 1994 - 11% Dr. Carrie Elizabeth Black Dr. Vanessa G. Carroll-Ohmes Mr. Ford R. Church Mrs. Leigh Adams Deutcsh Ms. Breck Trevino CLASS OF 1995 - 15% Mr. Bradley Coffman Mr. Jason Conway Ms. Joanne Elizabeth Diaz Mrs. Stephanie Jones Lindley

Dr. Louis O. Smith III Mrs. Brooke Bailey Stuckey CLASS OF 1996 - 14% Mrs. Muffin Labouisse Adriance Mrs. Sarah Beth Downey Mr. Tyson Lykes Geary Ms. Carole Lisette Osborne Ms. Victoria Hodges Vartanian CLASS OF 1997 - 11% Ms. Amanda Abrams Mr. Peter D. Adair Ms. Andrea R. Bonnette Mrs. Michelle Davis Dr. Nihal Tejas Godiwala Mrs. Lauren M. Sharples CLASS OF 1999 - 12% Anonymous Ms. Deepa Bhatnagar Capt. Mathison Guy Hall Mrs. Brittany Olson Rosenbloom Mr. Justin Svec CLASS OF 2000 - 8% Mr. Jarret Bauer Mr. Joshua Alan Kaston Mr. David Curry Peterson CLASS OF 2001 - 12% Mrs. Stephanie Kaston Gutierrez Mr. Brandon M. Lobell Mr. Ryan Monsour Mr. Andrew M. O’Brien Ms. Alexandra Pappas Mr. Gregory T. Williams CLASS OF 2002 - 23% Mr. Carl Baloney, Jr. Ms. Erin Coatney Mr. David Coons Mr. Eric DeRoche Mrs. Katherine Burke Flohr Ms. Lindsey Greer Ms. Aimee Joyce Hyatt Ms. Marguerite King Marschner Mrs. Meri Maurer Monsour Mr. Walker Saik Mrs. Miriam Smith-Woodrich Mr. Brett Vogt CLASS OF 2003 - 6% Mr. Thomas Favrot Ms. Lauren Gibbs Mr. Scott Saporito CLASS OF 2004 - 3% Mr. Karl A. Senner

CLASS OF 2005 - 19% Anonymous Mrs. Hillary Gibbs Alread Mr. Tyler Coatney Ms. Sara Derby Mr. Charles Gariepy Ms. Colleen Gravley Mr. Andrew Matthews Ms. Gabriela Uribe

CLASS OF 2006 - 4% Mrs. Kelsey D. Napier Ms. Rachel Watts CLASS OF 2008 - 2% Mr. James L. Matthews CLASS OF 2009 - 6% Ms. Jane A. Ball Mr. Garrett Casey Ms. Maryclaire Tenell Manard CLASS OF 2010 - 5% Ms. Katherine Brown Mr. Christopher Cabral Mr. Guy Favaloro CLASS OF 2011 - 8% Ms. Sarah Breisacher Ms. Katherine Honeywell Ms. Christine A. Matthews CLASS OF 2013 - 2% Ms. Mychal Truxillo CLASS OF 2014 - 7% Ms. Erin S. Bahn Ms. Amy Clement Ms. Kathryn Marie Favaloro Mr. Jefferson D. Honeywell

GRANDPARENTS Gifts honoring grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. David F. Adams Evelyn Dicasali ’29 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Adams (Judy Fremaux ’64) Allison G. Deutcsh ’25 Arthur V. Deutcsh ’27 Mrs. Pat Anderson and Mr. Jim Anderson Elizabeth Kuehne ’18 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arensman Nicholas Arensman ’21 Emerson Arensman ’24 Mr. Charles Ashurst and Mrs. Dian Ashurst Eric T. Berthelot ’21 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Becker, Jr. Gerald L. Martin ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Blake Briley M. Blake ’25 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Booker Curry B. Cappel ’17 Capt. and Mrs. Frederick F. Briand Luke Briand ’27 Patrick Briand ’29 Carrick Briand ’31 Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Brierre Clare M. Brierre ’15 Mr. Martin C. Campo III Kevin Bird ’16 Mr. Dave Carneggie and Ms. Bonnie Driscoll Michael P. Gandolfi ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ceasar Michael C. Odom ’24 Jacob J. Odom ’26 Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Collier Ava G. Collier ’25

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Collins John L. Collins ’25 Erin Collins ’27 Colleen Collins ’27 Dr. and Mrs. Willis Conatser Madelaine L. Pickens ’19 Jessica L. Pickens ’19 Clara G. Conatser ’21 Richard R. Pickens ’23 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Conway III Leland Crawford ’25 Evan C. Crawford ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Costello Elena Costello ’23 John P. Costello ’26 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Crawford ’56 Leland Crawford ’25 Evan C. Crawford ’27 Ms. Gloria Davis David LaVie ’26 Elise LaVie ’29 Mr. Ray Dicasali Evelyn Dicasali ’29 Mr. Robert Edgerton and Mrs. Elizabeth Edgerton Evan P. McCollum ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Falanga Bellen Davis ’25 Piper Davis ’28 Cicely Davis ’32 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Fein Christopher Fein ’27 Hudson Fein ’28 William Fein ’31 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flanagan John J. Flanagan ’25 Josephine Flanagan ’30 Ms. Dale Fleishmann Jack N. Fleishmann ’19 Mr. James and Mrs. Ann Ashby Geary ’74 Margaret Geary ’29 Madeline A. Geary ’32 Mrs. Milagros Del C Gerardino-Del-Rio Marcos I. Gorrochategui ’25 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs Prudence M. Dudley ’21 Mrs. Ann Hartman Elliot Schmedtje ’22 August Schmedtje ’23 Mr. Kelly J. Hasney Annemarie Hasney ’16 Mr. Paul Huber Elliot Schmedtje ’22 August Schmedtje ’23 Mr. Stephen L. Huber and Mrs. Paula C. Huber Stephen H. Huber ’23 Russell Huber ’26 Meredith Huber ’30 Mr. Robert T. Jackson, Jr. Cheyenne Dwyer ’16 Mr. and Mrs. James Jeanfreau Luke Jeanfreau ’17 Matthew Jeanfreau ’20 Ms. Anne Kiefer Martha N. Salas ’20

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. LaNasa, Jr. Collin L. Shannon ’18 John Shannon ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Lazarre Christopher G. Lawler ’26 Colin Lawler ’28 Mrs. Linda Tuero Lindsley ’68 Gabriel T. Blatty ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Livingston, Jr. ’60 David B. Livingston ’22 Kevin R. Kirchner ’24 Katherine Kirchner ’26 Alexandra Livingston ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maher Beau Cole ’16 Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClellan Ian P. Todd ’24 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde G. McShan II Peter Schneller ’19 Christian Schneller ’22 Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Menutis Vincent J. Marcello ’19 Mr. Robert W. Merrick ’62 Jesse A. Reeves ’17 Ruby K. Reeves ’19 John B. Reeves ’20 The Rev. and Mrs. Prospero Mesa Diego F. Ortega ’18 Sofia R. Ortega ’21 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicoladis Michael F. Nicoladis ’23 Corbin Nicoladis ’26 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom Cooper Odom ’24 Jacob J. Odom ’26 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Opperman, Sr. Marcelo O. Torres ’21 Javier Torres ’23 Ms. Donna Peirce Miles Chancellor ’25 Christian Chancellor ’26 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton Stuart E. Peyton ’20 Ruby G. Crawford ’25 Georgia R. Peyton ’30 Mrs. Yvonne D. Rogers Nicholas Manning ’20 Tucker Manning ’25 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Schneller Peter Schneller ’19 Christian Schneller ’22 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sharple Andrew Sharple ’32 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Shofstahl Bailey Shofstahl ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Kim Sorrells Curtis R. L’Hoste ’30 Hayden Riess ’31 Mr. Robert J. Stefani, Sr. and Mrs. Marlene Stefani Madeline Stefani ’15 Eliza Stefani ’32 Eden Stefani ’32 Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Sullivan Ryan A. Johnson ’22 Erin Johnson ’25

Mr. and Mrs. George Wax John L. Collins ’25 Erin Collins ’27 Colleen Collins ’27 Mr. Woody Wilson Grayson D. Doyle ’18 Colin T. Doyle ’21

PARENTS OF ALUMNI

Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Nathan P. Adams III Dr. Harriet Aguiar-Netto Mr. and Mrs. John A. Alvendia Senator and Mrs. Conrad H. Appel III Mrs. Fay Rice Atkinson ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aucoin Ms. Leslie S. Bahn Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Baird Mrs. Betty P. Bankston Mr. and Mrs. William F. Becker, Jr. Mrs. Eileen K. Beckman Drs. Madhu and Deepak Bhatnagar Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Bossier ’78 (Margaret Dannenberg ’78) Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bower Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brannon Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Branton Mrs. Anne and Mr. Bud Breaux Mr. and Mrs. Claude Breisacher Mr. and Mrs. Guy P. Brierre Ms. Sondra Brown Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert E. Brown, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Budde Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Caserta Ms. Dawn Casey Mr. Michael A. Celata and Ms. Cynthia L. Warren Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Christian Mr. and Mrs. Chad Clark Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Coatney Ms. Jennifer Collins Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and Dr. Leslie Blake ’80 Dr. and Mrs. Willis Conatser Mr. and Mrs. James R. Conway III Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Crawford ’56 Mr. and Mrs. Lane Davis Dr. and Mrs. Frank DellaCroce, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Derby III Mr. Donald and Mrs. Sandra Williams Dinon ’68 Mr. Brooke H. Duncan II The Very Rev. and Mrs. David duPlantier Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Eastman III ’62 Dr. W. Brooks Emory ’60 and Mrs. Colleen Emory Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Faust Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Favrot, Jr. ’68 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Flanagan Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Flick Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fransen The Rev. Susan Gaumer The Rev. and Mrs. W. Gedge Gayle, Jr. Mr. James and Mrs. Ann Ashby Geary ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Gibson Dr. Grant Gillen and Dr. Sharon Gillen

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Girault, Sr. ’55 Dr. and Mrs. Tejas T. Godiwala Mr. and Mrs. John J. Graham Mrs. Beverly R. Greenwell Mr. Hoyt L. Greer and Mrs. Dianne Greer Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Hall ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Hamann Mr. and Mrs. Rufus C. Harris III ’68 The Very Rev. A. J. Heine Ms. Cynthia Hill Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoffmann, Jr. Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell ’83 Mr. D. Douglas Howard, Jr. ’60 Mr. Stephen L. Huber and Mrs. Paula C. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley Mrs. Sally West Janke ’73 and Mr. Christopher Janke Dr. J. Stephen Jenkins and Mrs. Marilyn Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. William E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Hans A. B. Jonassen ’58 Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Katz The Rev. B. W. Kinyon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kirschman Mr. and Mrs. Brian Kuehne The Rev. Dr. Michael C. Kuhn and Mrs. Maria Elliott Mrs. Diane Labouisse Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Labouisse III ’60 Mrs. Deborah Wendlandt Lamping ’68 Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lane Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lang III Mr. and Mrs. W. Elliott Laudeman III ’55 (Susan Ruppel ’55) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. LeCoq Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. LeGardeur, Jr. ’68 (Barbara Yates ’70) Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. LeJeune Mrs. Linda Tuero Lindsley ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Manard III Mrs. Lesley Smith Marshall ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Martin ’78 (Judy Becker ’80) Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Maurer Mrs. Julie Hogue McCollam ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. McGeehan Mr. and Mrs. Julius F. McIlwain Mr. and Mrs. John T. McMahon Cmdr. and Mrs. Robert H. McMillan Dr. Brian Melius ’74 and Mrs. Jennifer Tuero Melius ’75 The Rev. and Mrs. Prospero Mesa Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicoladis Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Pancamo Cmdr. and Mrs. Christopher Pendleton Mr. Robert Peterson and Mrs. Barbara D. Bohn Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Phillips Lt. G. Frank Purvis, Jr. The Bell | 47


Dr. and Mrs. Robert Quinet Dr. Roberto and Mrs. Beckie Quintal Mrs. Deborah P. Reggio and Mr. Gregory M. Reggio Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ripley Mr. and Mrs. John Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83 (Alma Quiroz ’83) Mr. and Mrs. David W. Rusch ’72 (Donna Cox ’72) Dr. Louise and Mr. Clifton Saik The Rev. Debbie Scalia and Mr. Sal Scalia Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Schmidt III ’62 Mrs. Cynthia Phillips Schmidt ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Schuber III Mr. and Mrs. Hiren Shah Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sharple Mr. and Mrs. William W. Shaw, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Shofstahl Mrs. Patricia F. Simpson Mrs. Charlene M. Smith Mr. Howard J. Smith, Jr. ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Gary N. Solomon, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Charles M. Stedman ’68 Drs. Robin and Peter Stedman ’71 Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. George R. Sumner Dr. and Mrs. Frank Svec Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Tan Mrs. Cathy Reily Thomason ’68 Dr. Henry Threefoot Mr. and Mrs. Perry Tillman III Mrs. Carolyn Wanek Treuting and Dr. Robert Treuting Mr. and Mrs. Al Trevino Mr. Michael Truxillo and Mrs. Dayna Truxillo Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Verges II Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Vining Mrs. Kerry S. Vogt and Mr. Gary B. Vogt Mr. and Mrs. K. Michael Weaver Mr. David Webber Mrs. Joseph Cameron White Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand A. Wilson ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Yeargain, Jr. ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Young Capt. W. Thomas Zander ’58

ADMINISTRATION, FACULTY, AND STAFF Mr. Peter Adair ’98 Mrs. Hillary E. Alread Ms. Justine Andersen Mrs. Lisa Angerer Mrs. Shawn Aucoin Ms. Leslie S. Bahn Ms. Carroll Beauvais Mrs. Laura Blazek Ms. Mary Bond Ms. Andrea Roohi Bonnette ’98 Mr. Evan Bordes Ms. M. Ashley Woods Bozeman ’85 Ms. Marion Brian Mrs. Pamela C. Brierre Mrs. Mary Kennedy Brown Mrs. Margaret G. Budde 48 | Fall 2015

Mrs. Danielle E. Calamia Mrs. Denise Chatelain Callahan Mrs. Toni Caserta Ms. Barat Chisesi Ms. Elisabeth Clark Ms. Roma Coleman Ms. Jennifer Collins Mrs. Kammer J. Conway Mr. José Cotto Dr. Karen Daboval Ms. Holly Dalferes Mrs. Lisa Davis Ms. Angela Day Mrs. Erin Dazzo Mr. Nolan L. Dewey Mr. Ford Jones Dieth, Jr. ’89 Ms. Jeanette Diket Ms. Ana-Maria C. Dobrescu Ms. Tiffany DuSaules Mr. Michael Falati Mr. John Fererro Mrs. Deborah M. Flanagan Ms. Rebekah Founds Mrs. Peggy Fransen Mrs. Leslie Gamble Mrs. Stephanie Gaspard Mr. Wayne Golden Ms. Susan Goudail Mrs. Christine Hamann Ms. Anita Hamilton Ms. Emily Hammett Mr. Blair Harrison Mrs. Lara K. Harrison Mr. Michael Henderson Ms. Cynthia L. Hill Mrs. Ginny Hoffmann Ms. Aimee J. Hyatt Mrs. Vicki V. Johnson Mrs. Linda Keir Ms. Megan King Mr. Jason Kirkpatrick Mrs. Lee Klebba Mr. Jenkins Knighten The Rev. Dr. Michael C. Kuhn Ms. Louise LaBruyère Dr. Julie Laskay Mr. Joseph LeCoq Mrs. Shannan LeJeune Mr. Warren Lind Ms. Rebecca Lovisa Ms. Jane Lynn Mr. Stephen Martinez Mr. Garrett Mason Mrs. Janis S. McCormick The Rev. Ford Millican Mrs. Connie Munson Mrs. Kelsey Vogt Napier ’06 Ms. Anastasia Nekoz Ms. Holly Nichols Mr. Robert V. Norton Mrs. Donna O’Connor Mrs. Holly S. Odom

Mr. Michael C. Odom, Jr. ’92 Mrs. Edwina O’Flynn Ms. Julie M. O’Flynn Mrs. Kem L. Opperman-Torres Ms. Natalie Ott Mrs. Susan Pendleton Mr. Charlie Phillips Mrs. Lola Phillips Ms. Celeste Porche Mrs. Mary L. Quinet Dr. Charles Ramos Ms. Stacy Richards Mr. Charles G. Rivet Mrs. Alma Quiroz Roohi ’83 Dr. William L. Rosenbaum Ms. Emily Ross Mrs. Mary Lee Wayman Saucier ’91 The Rev. Debbie Scalia, Deacon Ms. Michelle Scandurro Mr. Keith Schwarz Mr. Ray Scioneaux Mr. Christopher Shipman Mrs. Patricia F. Simpson Mrs. Eileen L. Smilari Ms. Kimberly E. Smith Mrs. Miriam Smith-Woodrich ’02 Mrs. Merry Sorrells Ms. Christina L. Spako Mr. C. Keith Stanton Ms. Kiki Stelly Mrs. Laurie Stewart Mrs. Julie Talbot Mrs. Allison Johnson Thomas Mr. Al Tritico Mrs. Kristina Bernard Tyson Dr. Joe Vaccaro Mrs. Jenny Velasquez Mr. Phillip Warren Ms. Rachel Wagner Watts ’06 Mrs. Barbara Little Weaver Mrs. Winifred B. Wendel Mr. Gregory Williams ’01 Mr. Lou Wineski

FORMER PERSONNEL

Ms. Justine Diane Aguiar ’85 Dr. Harriet Aguiar-Netto Mrs. Fay R. Atkinson Mrs. Betty P. Bankston Mrs. Eileen K. Beckman Ms. Nicole Bejaran Mrs. Alyson Berthelot Ms. Susan Brooks Mrs. Marjorie Conatser Mr. Todd DeMonte Mrs. Leigh Adams Deutcsh ’94 Mrs. Sylvia Finger Mrs. Elizabeth S. Fox The Rev. Susan Gaumer Mrs. Dianne Greer Ms. Cammy Heidegger Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell ’83 Mrs. Janie Johnson

Mr. Charles T. McGeehan Mr. Sean McGovern The Rev. Prospero Mesa Mr. Pedro B. Perez Mr. Lester Ricard Mrs. Mary Sue Nelson Roniger ’60 Mrs. Janet Russo Mr. Alfonso Sanchez Mrs. Margaret Schuber Mrs. Judy Sharple Mrs. Michelle Snow Mrs. Linda Trevino Mrs. Kerry S. Vogt Mrs. MéMé Wilson

CORPORATIONS AND MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES 504 Pools, LLC Alexandra Pappas Design All Around Concrete Cutting, Inc. AT&T Bellwether Technology Corporation BES Acquisition Co., LLC Blessey Marine C & C Machine Shop Capital One Bank Chase Bank Credit Card Cleary Suites, LLC Commercial Land Management Cranford Equipment Co., Inc. Crescent Bank & Trust Crescent City Swim Club DA Exterminating Co., Inc. DBA Janitorial Services Direct Mail Plus Donovan and Lawler Durand Food Services Equitas Capital Advisors Eustis Insurance Everybody, LLC Fairmont Flooring, LLC Fuller Properties, Ltd. General Mills Box Tops for Education Gibbs Construction Gulf Coast Bank Harold J. Anderson, Inc. Hope Mausoleum Hurley and Cot JJ’s Diner Lakeland Roofing & Construction, Inc. Lands End, Inc. Louisiana Office Products Loving Hearts Social Services Marine & Industrial Healthcare Services, Inc. McMyne Property Management Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Nature’s Magic, LLC Navivan Corp. Palmisano Contractors Perdomo & Company Roofing, Inc. Poseidon International Maritime, Inc. R and D Enterprises RBAS Investments, LP

Republic Services River Road Transportation Schwab Charitable Fund Sharpe Realty, LLC Shell Oil Company Foundation Southern Lacrosse Southern Orthopaedic Specialists Strategic Management Services Target The Big Fat Christmas Tree Company The Wine Seller, Inc. Titan Construction United Mail Services Verizon Victor Huber and Sons, Inc. Whitney & Richardson

FOUNDATIONS

Albemarle Foundation Baptist Community Ministries Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation Board Benedict Foundation Brees Dream Foundation Christ Church Cathedral Edward G. Schlieder Educational Foundation Ella West Freeman Foundation Episcopal Community Services Eugenie & Joseph Jones Family Foundation Freeport-McMoRan Foundation L’Union Française NAES Network for Good New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Track Club Perini Family Foundation Ruth U. Fertel Foundation Shell Oil Company Foundation St. Martin’s Episcopal Church The Armstrong Foundation The Brown Foundation Scholarship Fund The Greater New Orleans Foundation The Mike and Lynn Coatney Family Foundation The Bertrand A. Wilson Family Fund

FRIENDS

Anonymous Mr. Doyle Coatney Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Cooper Dr. and Mrs. Val A. Earhart Mrs. Sylvia Finger Mrs. Jane Fox Mr. Jerry Henry Mr. Ed Hohlbein Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hughes Mr. Herb Kandel Mrs. Evelyn and Mr. Fred Lang Mr. and Mrs. William G. Lee Dr. and Mrs. Charles Smith

GOVERNMENT GRANTS

8(g) BESE Grants Educational Excellence Fund

RESTRICTED GIFTS Headmaster ($15,000 + ) Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation Mr. William A. Bisso IV ’90 Mr. Robert W. Merrick ’62 St. Martin’s Episcopal Church SAINT ($10,000 - $14,999) Episcopal Community Services SCHOLAR ($5,000.00 - $9,999) The Rev. and Mrs. Adegoke Korede Mr. Robert Peterson and Mrs. Barbara D. Bohn Shell Oil Company Foundation State of Louisiana The Brown Foundation Scholarship Fund FELLOW ($3,000 - $4,999) 8(g) BESE Grants Mr. Gilbert V. Andry IV ’82 Brees Dream Foundation FOUNDER ($1,500 - $2,999) Dr. and Mrs. Raymond P. DeCorte New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation SUPPORTER ($500 - $1,499) Christ Church Cathedral General Mills Box Tops for Education Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 L’Union Française New Orleans Track Club Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83 BENEFACTOR ($100 - $499) Ms. Rita Gleason Ms. Cynthia Hill Lands End, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Laskay New Orleans Museum of Art RBAS Investments, LP Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Stephens Ms. Anne Reily Sutherlin ’66 FRIEND ($1 - $99) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCormick Ms. Adriane L. Spencer

ATHLETICS

Mr. Robert W. Merrick ’62 New Orleans Track Club

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

Anonymous The Mike and Lynn Coatney Family Foundation The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D. Devall IV ’87 The Eastman Family Ella West Freeman Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Huber ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley Mr. E. Douglas Johnson, Jr. ’60 Eugenie & Joseph Jones Family Foundation Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 The Rev. Michael C. Kuhn and Mrs. Maria Kuhn Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lazich ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Pasentine Mr. Walker Fleming Saik ’02

The Selley Foundation The Bertrand Wilson Family Foundation

The Brown Foundation Scholarship Fund

FAMILY ENDOWMENT

THE DON AND DONNA LEWIS LAGNIAPPE FUND

RUTH R. FERTEL SCHOLARSHIPS

PLANT AND BUILDING

FINANCIAL AID EXTRAS

THE BARBARA H. RYAN FUND

Ms. Diane Wommack Daniel Mrs. Jeanne Wanek Fowler ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Tejas T. Godiwala Ruth U. Fertel Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aucoin Ms. Carroll Beauvais Ms. Nicole Bejaran Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert E. Brown, Jr. Ms. Roma Coleman Ms. Angela Day Mr. Mark Day Mr. and Mrs. Ford J. Dieth, Jr. ’89 Mr. John Fererro Mr. Wayne Golden Mr. and Ms. Phillippe Goudail Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N. LeCoq Mr. Sean McGovern Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom, Jr. ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. O’Flynn Ms. Julie M. O’Flynn The Rev. Debbie Scalia and Mr. Sal Scalia Mrs. Miriam C. Smith-Woodrich and Mr. Gerard Woodrich Mr. and Mrs. C. Keith Stanton (Terry Riordan ’69) Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas Mrs. Kem L. Opperman-Torres and Mr. Manuel O. Torres Mrs. Kristina Bernard Tyson

FINANCIAL AID SCHOLARSHIPS

Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation Mr. William A. Bisso IV ’90 Christ Church Cathedral Episcopal Community Services New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation Ruth U. Fertel Foundation St. Martin’s Episcopal Church Ms. Anne Reily Sutherlin ’66

INSTRUCTIONAL

Mr. Gilbert V. Andry IV ’82 Brees Dream Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Raymond P. DeCorte General Mills Box Tops for Education Ms. Rita Gleason Ms. Cynthia Hill Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 The Rev. and Mrs. Adegoke Korede Lands End, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Laskay L’Union Française New Orleans Museum of Art Mr. Robert Peterson and Mrs. Barbara D. Bohn RBAS Investments, LP Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83 (Alma Quiroz ’83) Shell Oil Company Foundation Ms. Adriane L. Spencer Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Stephens

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arensman Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Mrs. Donna Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ryan Mrs. Patricia F. Simpson

MICHAEL WANEK MEMORIAL LECTURE Mrs. Elizabeth Wanek Thomas ’94 Mrs. Carolyn Wanek Treuting and Dr. Robert Treuting Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Wanek ’86

HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS In memory of Allison Alexander ’90 Anonymous Mr. Lane Russell Barrocas ’90 Mrs. Stephanie Sumner Bass ’90 Mrs. Sally Schuber Belenky ’90 Mrs. Kelly Petro Bridgforth ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Deon Brown ’90 Mrs. Emma Tubb Burton ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Caserta Mr. Chad D. Cooper ’90 Mrs. Brooke Burns Cracken ’90 Mr. Michael Louis Fantaci ’90 Mr. Matthew Fransen ’90 Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Dr. William Jeff Klein ’90 Mrs. Patricia Garcia Leary ’90 Mrs. Kristine O’Connell Maruri ’90 Mr. Ron McInnis ’90 Mrs. Emily Saab Messerschmitt ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom Ms. Anne Falgoust Ott ’90 Mr. Owen St. Amant ’90 Mrs. Carolyn Wanek Treuting and Dr. Robert Treuting Ms. Kimberly Valladares Walter ’90 Mr. Reynolds Wilson ’90 In honor of Kevin Bird ’16 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Bird In memory of Robin Flettrich Bono ’83 Mr. Gayle L. Dalferes, Jr. ’61 Dr. and Mrs. Val A. Earhart Mr. John W. Ormond II ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Schmidt III ’62 In memory of Florence Bowers Ms. Holly Dalferes In memory of Crichton W. Brown ’76 Mrs. Jane Fox Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Dr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Whann III ’57 In honor of Vanessa G. Carroll-Ohmes ’94 Mr. Robert A. Ohmes In honor of Bonnie L. Cash ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cash

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In honor of Colleen Collins ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Collins In honor of Erin Collins ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Collins In honor of John L. Collins ’25 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Collins In memory of Ashley S. Conroy ’03 Mrs. Cynthia Phillips Schmidt ’74 In memory of J. Robert Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Corcoran ’88 In honor of Kelley Daniel Ms. Diane Wommack Daniel In honor of Angela C. Day Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hughes In honor of Zachery M. Day ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hughes In honor of Eliza Didriksen ’26 Ms. Sondra Brown In honor of Luke Didriksen ’16 Ms. Sondra Brown In memory of Julie T. Dieth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCormick Mrs. Carolyn Wanek Treuting and Dr. Robert Treuting In honor of Noah Dunn ’26 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dunn ’91 In honor of George Fyssas-Lear ’29 Mr. Darrin Lear and Mrs. Angela Fyssas-Lear In honor of Nancy L. Gagnon Ms. Mary K. Peyton In honor of Michael P. Gandolfi ’17 Mr. Dave Carneggie and Ms. Bonnie Driscoll In memory of Ansley Garrard Dr. Ralph M. Garrard, Jr. ’73 In memory of Nancy Gehley The Rev. and Mrs. John D. Angerer, Jr. In memory of MaryElizabeth Griffith Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom In memory of Robin Houston Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Vining In honor of E. Douglas Johnson ’60 Ms. Diane Wommack Daniel In honor of Katherine Kirchner ’26 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Kirchner In honor of Kevin R. Kirchner ’24 Dr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Kirchner In memory of Donald W. Lewis Ambassador Allison Lewis Wagner ‘82 and Mr. Sam Wagner In memory of Dorothy Porter Mr. Michael Lasky Barton ’78 In honor of Alma Quiroz Roohi ’83 and William Roohi ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Barney H. Snow In honor of Martha N. Salas Ms. Anne Kiefer In honor of Hunter X. Sikaffy ’14 The Very Rev. and Mrs. David duPlantier In memory of Amy Strain Mrs. Sally West Janke ’73 and 50 | Fall 2015

Mr. Christopher Janke In memory of Benjamin C. Tisdale ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Jan O. Van Slate ’54 In memory of Alice Grizzaffi Vial Mr. Matthew P. Molaison and Ms. Alicia Vial ’89 In honor of David J. Vial Mr. Matthew P. Molaison and Ms. Alicia Vial ’89 In memory of Arline Wandell Ms. Cynthia Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scheuermann Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schwarz Mrs. Merry Sorrells Mr. Robert Stone ’98 Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Todd Mr. Bruce Wyatt and Mrs. Heidi Labourdette-Wyatt

HONOR A TEACHER GIFTS

504 Pools, LLC All Around Concrete Cutting, Inc. Bellwether Technology Corporation Blessey Marine Cranford Equipment Co., Inc. DA Exterminating Co., Inc. Donovan and Lawler Equitas Capital Advisors Eustis Insurance Fairmont Flooring, LLC Gibbs Construction Gulf Coast Bank JJ’s Diner Lakeland Roofing & Construction, Inc. Louisiana Office Products Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Palmisano Contractors Republic Services Southern Lacrosse Southern Orthopaedic Specialists Titan Construction

Listed on the inside back cover

GIFTS-IN-KIND, GOODS AND SERVICES Allstate Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Corcoran ’88 Ms. Angela Day DocuMart Hooters Restaurant La Bella’s Lucky Dogs, Inc. Ms. Melanie Branton Manzella ’87 Marque’s Market Mullin Landscape Associates Mr. Wallace Porter ’76 Ms. Gian Rutherford Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Schneller Sno-Balls To Go The Crossing Catering and Event Venue

GIFTS-IN-KIND, NEW TECHNOLOGY Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wilson Mr. Stephen Benton Ms. Virginia Boulet

SAINTS COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION (SCO) Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aucoin Mr. and Mrs. Mark Black Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert E. Brown, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Budde Ms. Jennifer Collins Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Costello Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Cranford Ms. Holly Dalferes Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg Mr. and Mrs. Bret Davis The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D. Devall IV ’87 Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Eastman III ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Fleishmann Mrs. Leslie Gamble and Mr. John Zenker Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Gremillion Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Hamann Mr. Kelly J. Hasney Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Huber ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Jones Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ’72 Ms. Melanie Branton Manzella ’87 Mrs. Sarah and Mr. Jeffrey Meckstroth ’77 Dr. Brian Melius ’74 and Mrs. Jennifer Tuero Melius ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo E. Ortega Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Palmisano Mr. Walker Fleming Saik ’02

SCO CORPORATE DONORS

SPRING GALA Presenting Sponsor Gulf Coast Bank and Trust Patron Party Sponsor St. Martin’s Board of Trustees Gold Sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gibbs Ms. Melanie Branton Manzella ’87 Red and Blue Sponsors General Biomedical Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kim Sorrells Patron Sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Jason Adriance (Muffin Labouisse ’96) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnett Mr. Mark Bone and Dr. Robin Bone Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brierre Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Costello Ms. Holly Dalferes Mr. and Mrs. Bret Davis Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Deutcsh (Leigh Adams ’94) Rev. and Mrs. Fred Devall ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fein Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gary Mrs. Donna Gorum and Mr. Robert Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Adam Gremillion Ms. Cynthia Hill Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Huber ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hurley JJ’s Diner / Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Jones Ms. Rachel Jurisich and Mr. Donald Klotz

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Martin Dr. Paul Monier and Dr. Richelle Monier Mr. George Mueller and Dr. Laura Trunk Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nicoladis ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Rob Norton Palmisano Contractors LLC Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Relan Dr. and Mrs. Bob Richards Mr. Mitch Rubin and Ms. Brandi Jones Mr. and Mrs. Rex Salge Ms. Michelle Scandurro Mr. and Mrs. Danny Scheuermann Mr. and Mrs. Mark Scofield Mr. and Mrs. C. Keith Stanton (Terry Riordan ’69) Mr. and Mrs. Todd Tillery Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Todd Mrs. Kem Opperman-Torres and Mr. Manuel Torres Mrs. Winifred Wendel Specialty Cocktail Bar Sponsor Palmisano Contractors LLC Photography Sponsor Wally Porter Associates Food Sponsors Chez Pierre Court of Two Sisters Drago’s Seafood Restaurant Mr. John’s Steakhouse The Crossing Zea Café Gifts in Kind 1A Moms 1B Moms 1B Room Moms 3rd Grade Moms 4B Moms Adler’s Adventure Quest Laser Tag Airboat Adventures Mr. Karl Alexander ’68 Allegro Bistro Ms. Hilary Alread ’05 American Eagle Outfitters Anderson Antiques Mrs. Lisa Angerer Dr. Robert Arensman Aunt Sally’s Praline Shops, Inc. Mr. Austin James Ms. Julie Ayers Azby’s Banbury Cross Bark Avenue Ms. Cathy Barnett Beau Rivage Big Easy Sportsplex Billiot’s Pools and Spa Ms. Cherie Blake Mr. Beau Blazek Mrs. Laura Blazek Blue Crab Restaurant Blue Frog Chocolates Bombshell Waxing Dr. Robin Bone

Boundless Shipping Bourbon Bandstand Ms. Ashley Bozeman ’85 Ms. Stephen Brauner Mrs. Pam and Mr. Guy Brierre Mr. Frank and Mrs. Marna Brigtsen Brooks Brothers Broussard’s Ms. Linda Brunken Mrs. Margaret Budde Byblos Cajun Creations Camp Highlander Candy Apple Canseco’s Market City Sightseeing New Orleans Clay Creations Ms. Joanne Close Mr. and Mrs. Beau Cole Ms. Jenny Collins Ms. Tootie Conway Cookies By Design Cool Brew Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Corcoran Cottage “Sprout” Moms Cottage Threes Parents Ms. Maggie Covert Ms. Kara Cunningham Cutee Patootee Gifts DA Exterminating Ms. Holly Dalferes Ms. Peggy D’Antonio Mrs. Lisa Davis Ms. Eileen Deroche Disney Donna Hilton Design LLC Mr. and Mrs. Peter Donovan Elmwood Fitness Center Encalarde Family Estée Lauder Evans Orthodontics F+M Patio Bar Mrs. Melissa Fein ForeKids Foundation Friends of City Park Fulton Alley Gallier House

Mrs. Leslie Gaspard Mrs. Stephanie Gaspard Dr. Jacqueline Geystan Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gibson Ms. Dominique Giordano ’86 Glazer’s Distributors Glow Ms. Elizabeth Gober Mr. Benny Grunch Gulf Island Waterpark H20 Ms. Anita Hamilton Hampton Inn Garden District Hotel Harbor Freight Tools Mr. Blair Harrison Herbsaint Hermann-Grima House Hickory Chicks Houmas House Impastato’s Jefferson Performing Arts Society Ms. Allison Jones Julie Ponze Designs Jurisich Oysters Kindergarten-A Room Moms Kindergraten-B Room Moms Kidsports Dr. Kevin Kirchner Mr. Jason Kirkpatrick Lakeside Camera Photoworks Land’s End Langenstein’s Grocery Store Ms. Erin LaVie Mrs. Amy Lawler Le Boulevard Marketplace Le Jouet Mrs. Shannon LeJeune Mrs. Joanna Leopold Mr. John Levelle Lilly Pulitzer Mr. Leon Loard London Company, LTD Longue Vue House and Gardens Louisiana Children’s Museum Louisiana River Adventures Love Swimming Luca Falcone

Lululemon Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maher Ms. Melanie Manzella ’87 Marriot at the Convention Center Maurice’s Ms. Millie Mayeaux Mayeux’s Flying Service Ms. Jenise McCardell Mr. Danny McMyne Metairie Small Animal Hospital Mignon Faget Milestone Photography Ms. Anna Rita Miller Ms. Michelle Mitra Mrs. Kathleen Morin Mr. B’s Bistro Mr. George Mueller and Dr. Laura Trunk Napoleon House Bar and Café New Orleans Ballet Association New Orleans Museum of Art New Orleans Zephyrs Ms. Holly Nichols NOLA Nutrition Mrs. Marissa Norton Oak Alley Foundation Mrs. Holly Odom Ogden Museum of Art Old Metairie Dermatology Organic Valley Orient Expressed Ormond Plantation Mrs. Natalie Ott Pat O’Brien’s Ms. Carol Peebles Pelican Car Wash Mrs. Susan Pendleton Photography by Marianne Hawkins Sabrier PJ’s Coffee Pooch’s Dog Grooming Mr. Wally Porter ’76 Posh Paint Pub Prekindergarten-B Room Moms Premier Fitness Provence Chiropractic Ralph’s on the Park Reginelli’s Restaurant Cypress

Revolution Fitness Ms. Kathy Richard Rock’n’Bowl Romney Pilates Mrs. Alma Roohi ’83 Royal Blend Saké Café Uptown Saks Fifth Avenue Salon Senoj Mrs. Mary Lee Saucier ’91 Ms. Michelle Scandurro Mr. Keith Schwarz Serenity Day Spa Ms. Beth Simons Mrs. Pat Simpson Ms. Annie Sloan Ms. Kim Smuck Mrs. Merry Sorrells Southern Lacrosse Southern Theatres LLC St. Martin’s Episcopal School Subway Sue’s Jewelers Mrs. Julie Talbot The Bombay Club The Bulldog The Court of Two Sisters The Cracked Pot Landscaping The Dinner Lab The Educator The Pampered Chef The Prytania Theatre The Velvet Cactus The Woodhouse Day Spa Unfolded Up’Sa Daisy VCA Causeway Animal Hospital Mrs. Jenny Velasquez Velvet Cactus Mr. and Mrs. Vico Vignes Waxing the City Mrs. Barbara Weaver Xtreme Definition Ye Olde College Inn YMCA Zuka Baby

18-Year Club George Cottage was so excited

to welcome our first infant class for the 2015-2016 school year! The Class of 2033 will be the first to feature the 18-year club.

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HONOR A+ TEACHER

You Make It Possible Thank you to all those who gave so generously to the 2014-15 Annual Fund campaign. Because of you, St. Martin’s is able to continue its tradition of providing the absolute best education to its students. Our deepest thanks to the 2014-15 Annual Fund Chairs, Jackie and John Morgan, and the Annual Fund Agents. Their incredible leadership and generosity helped to make this year’s campaign a huge success.

2014-2015 ANNUAL FUND CAMPAIGN LEADERSHIP Annual Fund Chairs Jackie and John Morgan Parent Giving Committee Claudia Andrews Cherie Blake Lee Gary Amy Lawler Michelle Mitra Betsey Todd Alumni Chair Melanie Branton Manzella ’87 Grandparent Chair Judy Fremaux Adams ’64 Board of Trustees Chair Stephen Huber ’89 Development Committee Chair Ana Mesa Ortega ’85 Head of School Merry Sorrells Director of Development Annual Fund Co-Chairs Jackie and John Morgan along with Lucy and David Thomas sponsored the Matching Challenge and presented a check to Head of School Merry Sorrells for $25,000.

Golf Tournament Volunteers

Mr. John Aker Mrs. Martha Nelson Frost ‘62 Mrs. Mary Sue Nelson Roniger ‘60 Mrs. Adele Beasley Ms. Priscilla Carol Williams ‘62 Mr. Mitchell Berard Mrs. Bette Prescott Minihan ‘63 Dr. Shannon Pickens ‘84 and Mr. Richard Rowland Pickens Mrs. Laura Blazek Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Spiers Ms. Ashley Woods Bozeman ‘85 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pontiff Miss Emily Rabalais ‘26 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scheuermann Mrs. Marion Brian Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas Mrs. Pam Brierre Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Richards Mrs. Alice Bryson Mrs. Adrea D. Heebe ‘72 Ms. Jennifer Collins Mr. Darrel Smith and Ms. Mei Yen Smith Mr. Ford J. Dieth, Jr. ‘89 Mr. Darrel Smith and Ms. Mei Yen Smith Mrs. Carmen Dobrescu Ms. Sara Frances Derby ‘05 Mr. Andrew G. Edmonson Mr. R. Ty Cook, Jr. ‘71 Mrs. Allison Fresneda Mr. Guillermo Guerra and Ms. Maria C. Herrera Mrs. Theresa Frost Mr. Steven Shawn Sistrunk ‘77 Mr. Wayne Golden Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Pancamo Mr. Harold F. Graf Mr. David B. Fried III ‘80 Mrs. Adrea D. Heebe ‘72 Mrs. Chris Hamann Ms. Katherine Brown ‘10 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert E. Brown, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. David P. Micklin ‘82 Mrs. Krissy Harrison Miss Amber Wyatt ‘20

Ms. Aimee Joyce Hyatt ‘02 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Black Miss Amber Wyatt ‘20 Mrs. Nan Hyatt Mr. George Mueller III and Dr. Laura Mueller The Rev. John S. Jenkins Mrs. Martha Nelson Frost ‘62 Mrs. Patti Donnally Leathers ‘60 Mrs. Betsy Threefoot Kaston ‘72 Ms. Amanda Marie Abrams ‘98 Mrs. Stephanie Kaston Gutierrez ‘01 Mr. Joshua Alan Kaston ‘00 Mrs. Lee Klebba Miss Julia Michelle Reggio ‘17 Mrs. Florence Kreeger Mrs. Betty P. Bankston Mr. Pierre Leger Dr. Carrie E. Black ‘94 Mr. James R. Marsalis, Jr. ‘62 Ms. Amanda Marie Abrams ‘98 Mr. David B. Fried III ‘80 Mr. Calvin L. Perilloux, Jr. ‘77 Mr. Drew D. Story ‘82 Mr. John Meade Mrs. Linda West Bonfanti ‘65 Mr. Charles C. Grubb ‘64 Dr. Rex Mooney Ms. Amanda Marie Abrams ‘98 Dr. Vanessa G. Carroll-Ohmes ‘94 and Mr. Robert A. Ohmes Mr. David B. Fried III ‘80 Ms. Leah Mulholland Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Norton Mrs. Kelsey Vogt Napier ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Pontiff Miss Emily Rabalais ‘26 Mrs. Holly Odom Mr. Darrel Smith and Ms. Mei Yen Smith Mrs. Kem Opperman-Torres Miss Amber Wyatt ‘20 Ms. Natalie Ott Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Fassbender Mr. Anthony Parisi Mrs. Linda West Bonfanti ‘65

Mrs. Susan Pendleton Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Norton Mr. Pedro Perez Mr. David B. Fried III ‘80 Mr. Tony Porter Dr. James A. Rusch ‘75 Mr. Charles G. Rivet Miss Julia Michelle Reggio ‘17 Mrs. Alma Roohi ‘83 Mr. Darrel Smith and Ms. Mei Yen Smith Mrs. Barbara Saik Mr. David B. Fried III ‘80 The Rev. Debbie Scalia Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Rogers Mrs. Jane Schmidt Mr. Charles Claiborne Schmidt ‘92 Mrs. Linda Trevino Ms. Jane Annadora Ball ‘09 Mr. Al Tritico Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Phelps Dr. Joe Vaccaro Miss Julia Michelle Reggio ‘17 Mrs. Adair Watkins Ms. Amanda Marie Abrams ‘98 Mrs. Barbara Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClellan Dr. Mitchell Rubin and Dr. Brandi Jones Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scheuermann Mrs. Iva West Mrs. Linda West Bonfanti ‘65 Mr. David B. Fried III ‘80 Mr. Lou Wineski Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Pancamo Thank you to everyone who so generously honored members of the St. Martin’s faculty and staff. Your gifts in their name helped to support their work and legacy as educators. Our deepest thanks to the faculty listed and the hundreds of others, both past and present, for their incredible dedication to their students and the school. Keep these faculty members on the 2015-2016 Honor A Teacher Honor Roll and plan to add more! Information about the 2015-2016 program coming soon.

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UPCOMING EVENTS Open House | All School Thursday, January 21, 2016 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Alumni Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 12, 2016 The Market at St. Martin’s Saturday, March 12, 2016 Spring Gala Saturday, April 16, 2016 Alumni Chapel Honoring Class of 1966 Friday, May 6, 2016 Alumni Spirits Party Saturday, May 7, 2016

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