Titan Topics Volume 31 â€˘ Fall 2013
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Mr. President St. John’s Jesuit welcomes Mike Truesdell as the school’s new President.
Departments From the President
On the cover: SJJ President Mike Truesdell visits with Andrew Petee ’14 (left) and Student Body President Sam Edwards ’14.
7 Born to Serve
Phil Skeldon teaches the lessons of service as a molder of young men at St. John’s Jesuit.
8 The 2020
Cheerleader Dr. Jay Jindal and the Toledo 2020 Jesuit Scholars Program.
39 Rev. Scott R. Carroll ’84 Remembering Toledo Catholic priest and SJJ alumnus.
40 Ever Excelling as
a Man for Others Dan Kennedy, n.S.J. ’08 lives by his alma maters’ mottos.
43 Ties That Bind
Patrick Hanna ’71 plans for continued maintenance of the McDonough Chapel.
Unconditional Givers Alumni parents John and Dawn Christy support the We Are SJ Annual Fund.
Letter from the President St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy does not need a second chance to make a great first impression! Since my arrival on campus on July 1, I have been impressed by the facilities and the obvious care they receive. I have been touched by the graciousness of the members of the Board of Trustees, who have welcomed me to their businesses as I learn of the guidance they provide. And now that classes have begun, I have been charmed by the enthusiastic students and dazzled by their teachers who have allowed me to spend time with them in their classes. Although I was a touch disappointed in my score of only 60% on my first quiz in AP U.S. History, I was delighted to report to all who would listen that I successfully solved for ’y’ in Honors Geometry. Due to solid budgeting and the generosity of donors, St. John’s Jesuit provides its young men with a powerful campus-wide technology infrastructure. This is impressive! In classrooms, students have immediate
Mike Truesdell President
Tom Doyle, S.J Vice President for Jesuit Identity
Brett Loney ’88 Vice President for Advancement
Brad Bonham High School Principal
Bryon Borgelt Aca d e m y Principal
Zach Silka ’03 Director of External Relations
access to a vast array of course content beyond what is typically available in a textbook. In the Chemistry class I audited, the students were moving from work on the white board to Web locations on their iPads to both confirm and expand their efforts. Spending time with my own children who are new
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Among these many terrific first impressions has been one that is core to the school’s mission. During my second week on campus, before students and faculty returned for the start of the fall semester, I encountered recent graduates who reached out to welcome me. At a time when they are surely focused on their academic steps beyond St. John’s Jesuit, they came to share with me how they were well prepared to move on to Notre Dame, Bowling Green and MIT. Not only are these young men intellectually competent, their obvious love for each other and their sincere outreach to me made it clear that they are Men for Others. Please feel free to come to the campus of St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy at any time. It will be my pleasure to share with you what I am learning about this very special place. Sincerely yours,
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Chris Alexander Nick Butler ’01 photography
Rita Hayes Mike Truesdell, President St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy
Matthew Hertzfeld ’79 Cara L. Jones Jennifer Mott Sandy Yobbagy
Titan Crew’s Lightweight 8 Earns Bid to Nationals
Students Awarded Youth Jefferson Awards for Labre Program
Varsity Soccer Captures Jesuit Cup
Academy Students Receive Ties at Ceremony
Artwork by Jacob Dziubek ’15 Displayed at FOCUS Show FALL 2013 2013 FALL
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No stranger to Jesuit education, Mike Truesdell joins the St. John’s Jesuit family after serving as the President of a Catholic high school in California for nearly a decade. f you stop by St. John’s Jesuit,
looking for the new President, chances are you won’t find him in his office. Although he’s only been on campus since the beginning of July, Mike Truesdell has quickly immersed himself in the SJJ community. Whether it’s sitting in on an Honors Geometry class, participating in the Toledo Labre Program alongside students and faculty while serving the poor or meeting with members of the Board of Trustees at their place of business, Mr. Truesdell has made it his top priority to learn what makes SJJ the special place that it is by observing all of its different facets firsthand. “I think Mike is a visionary who has such natural leadership skills,” Principal Brad Bonham said. “He really relates well with the faculty and staff as well as the students and their parents. He’s made himself very visible throughout the school since the very beginning of his tenure. I think he’s done a phenomenal job so far, and I’ve really enjoyed working with him.” After a nine-year tenure as the President of Cardinal Newman High School in Santa Rosa, California, Mr. Truesdell was named in June as SJJ’s ninth President and the successor to outgoing President Rev. Joaquin Martinez, S.J. Mr. Truesdell, who is the first layman President in SJJ history, was selected after a three-month national search based on his experience as president of an outstanding Catholic high school, his passion for Jesuit education and fostering Jesuit identity and his successful business experience. At Cardinal Newman, Mr. Truesdell grew enrollment by 61 percent at a time when enrollment at peer institutions was declining. He also doubled the assets of the institution by growing endowments that supported tuition assistance and capital improvements. Prior to his time at Cardinal Newman, he served as Dean of the School of Business and Economics at Methodist University in North Carolina and held various leadership roles in the high-tech industry.
“We are thrilled that Mr. Truesdell has joined our team,” said Kurt Miller ’81, Chairman of the Board of Trustees. “He is a well-qualified, experienced executive with deep Catholic roots and is familiar with Jesuit education, ensuring he will model and promote the clear mission and identity of a Jesuit institution.” Born in Kalispell, Montana, Mr. Truesdell first became acquainted with the Jesuits while he was a student at his all-male diocesan high school in Spokane, Wash. Located nearby was the former Mt. Saint Michael’s Seminary, and several Jesuits taught at Mr. Truesdell’s high school. Later as an undergraduate student at the University of Notre Dame and as a graduate student at Washington University in St. Louis, he received instruction from Jesuit professors and lecturers. But where he became fully engrossed in Jesuit education was at St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco – as a parent. Mr. Truesdell’s son, Kerger, is a graduate of SI, where he starred as the quarterback of the football team among other accolades, and that’s where Mr. Truesdell discovered the true value of a Jesuit education. “The quality of his Jesuit education, which parallels that of the formation offered at St. John’s Jesuit, allowed him to enter the University of Notre Dame with 17 hours of college credit through his high school AP courses,” Mr. Truesdell said. “The experience of his Kairos Retreat strengthened his Catholic identity. And the depth of care for one another among his Jesuit-educated friends serves as a stirring example of the guiding motto of St. John’s Jesuit: ’Men for Others.’”
Michael R. “Mike” Truesdell Born: Sept. 3, 1952 (Kalispell, Montana) Education: BA in Modern Languages, University of Notre Dame, 1974; MBA, International Finance, Washington University, 1976. Family: Wife, Sheila; Daughter, Rayanne; Son and Daughter-in-law, Kerger and Leda; Father, Al.
” People in leadership roles can’t do anything by themselves, but one thing we can do is hold up a mirror and say as a group, here’s what we’re looking at and is this the best picture? That’s the Jesuit way – the Magis – asking ourselves how we can improve and do better.” – mike truesdell, SJJ president While there are several examples from which to choose, the one that best exemplifies the Men for Others credo exhibited amongst Kerger and his friends, according to Mr. Truesdell, begins with a wedding in Columbus on June 30, 2012. “It was the wedding of our son and new daughterin-law,” Mr. Truesdell said. “Columbus is quite a distance from San Francisco, and it was touching to be there as a parent and see all of these guys travel from nearly all across the country just to be there for a day.” That bond Mr. Truesdell’s son has with his classmates – a shared bond amongst St. John’s Jesuit graduates and graduates from Jesuit schools all over the world – is something he’ll have forever. “The ’Men for Others’ is not to be taken lightly,” Mr. Truesdell said. “Those guys will be Men for Others for their entire lives. They’re good people, and I’m not
just saying this because one of them happens to be my son. “What they’re doing, how they treat one another, how they treat their siblings and families, that wholeness of mind, body and spirit that we teach here is displayed in everything that they do.” As for his plans for the future course of St. John’s Jesuit, Mr. Truesdell touched on a concept true to the core of Ignatian spirituality. “People in leadership roles can’t do anything by themselves, but one thing we can do is hold up a mirror and say as a group, here’s what we’re looking at and is this the best picture?” Mr. Truesdell said. “That’s the Jesuit way – the Magis – asking ourselves how we can improve and do better. And with the 50th anniversary of the school approaching, it may be good timing for us to do that.”
President’s Council The generosity of our President’s Council donors supports everything we do at St. John’s Jesuit: academic excellence, outstanding athletics and extracurriculars, faith formation and a commitment to service.
Giving Levels St. Ignatius Loyola Society: $100,000 and above St. John Berchmans Society: $50,000 – $99,999 Xavier Society: $25,000 – $49,999 Faber Society: $15,000 – $24,999 President’s Cabinet: $10,000 – $14,999 President’s Circle: $5,000 – $9,999 President’s Council: $1,500 – $4,999
For more information about becoming a member of the President’s Council, contact Vice President for Advancement Brett Loney ’88 at 419-720-0765, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Born to Serve
Phil Skeldon teaches the lessons of service as a molder of young men at St. John’s Jesuit. ometimes you have to kill a few rats
to earn justice. That’s one lesson seared into Phil Skeldon’s consciousness from an early age. Knowing his mother and some of her Old West End neighborhood friends took a bag of dead rats into Toledo Municipal Court to demonstrate just how slummy the slum landlords were toward the less fortunate, he got the message as well. The longtime director of the Christian Service Department at St. John’s Jesuit says such lessons are indelible. “Mom was always interested in social justice,” he recalls. “She was on the original Board of the Bethany House (a women’s shelter). It’s what I grew up with – always seeing the plight of those less fortunate.” It may have been part of the fabric of his early life, but he has taken the lesson to new heights as an educator and molder of young men. While at the University of Toledo, he became involved with the Sojourners Club and other outreach ministries. When he was hired at St. John’s 28 years ago to teach and “spend one period a day working in Christian Service,” he says he wasn’t aware of the Jesuit commitment to social justice. Today that emphasis defines him. “The whole Jesuit charisma – the Magis, the man for others direction, having a faith that does justice,” the concepts spill out of him with the power of a life lived with such convictions. “I always believed in working for social justice, but the Jesuits gave me the terms to define it,” he explains. “It’s great to do service, but it’s not enough. You need to start asking why. That’s what I tell our guys. Why are people in these positions? What can each of us do to change things? I’ve become more committed to challenging students. If they develop relationships with the people they serve, it is more difficult to walk away from their suffering.” Others have taken note of Phil walking the walk in an exemplary way. He was awarded two of the area’s most prestigious teaching awards during the 2012-13 school year: The Golden Apple, given by the Diocese of Toledo, and the BCSN Teacher of the Year Award, from Buckeye CableSystem. The accolades “aren’t about me” he insists. “I see it as a recognition that this school is doing something valuable, something that changes our students’ lives,” he says. “St. John’s considers the importance of educating the entire person and this office demonstrates
that – it’s a symbol to the kids. The commitment to social justice is critically infused throughout the building; it’s not one teacher, with one message. It’s part of the culture. That’s why it is impactful.” And Phil sees that message more vital than ever. “You can’t put blinders on when you get to know a homeless person. You can’t go back and live your life the same way when you see the difficulties others have on a daily basis. When you question, why do I have it so good, and these people don’t? You open your heart to a different understanding.” Over his tenure he has seen the advent of the popular international service programs. Most recently a weekly outreach to the homeless, Labre, consists of two vans-full of students and meals winding through Toledo’s central city. Working in conjunction with Mark Dubielak ’76 of St. Ursula Academy and SUA students, every Monday a group heads out to feed and promote fellowship with those on the margins of society. “One student writes what we encounter: someone needs school pants for her sons; Betty’s birthday is next week; John is struggling with alcoholism. We try to see them as people and when we get back we pray for their individual needs.” The program has been “hugely successful,” he says, because “it breaks down stereotypes. It opens the students to diversity. It changes their perspective.” Looking back on almost three decades at SJJ, Phil says he feels the faculty and staff have embraced the Jesuit challenge to have faith that does justice with more vitality than ever. “As the amount of Jesuits on campus decreased, the teachers have become more Jesuit,” he explains. “When there were 20 Jesuits in the building, there was a feeling of ‘they’ll do that.’ Now we know we must impart the Jesuit message. The laity here has taken that role. It’s a tribute to former SJJ Presidents Don Vettese and Tom Pipp. They saw what was coming (in terms of Jesuits on staff) and prepared us for it.” Although the core of the Christian Service program is still juniors and seniors serving weekly in the community, Phil believes there is a greater depth that has been cultivated. “Students develop relationships with the people they are serving,” he says. “The same agency, the same time each week. It’s more difficult to walk away and ignore their plight – whatever it is. Our hope is that these experiences have lifelong impact. It’s living the goals of the grad at grad: To be loving; to be committed to doing justice.” fall FALL2013 2013
The 2020 Cheerleader Dr. Jay Jindal has become one of the biggest advocates for the Toledo 2020 Jesuit Scholars Program at SJJ. Why? Because it changes lives. rowing up in the sleepy college town by the year 2020 following their successful graduation of Ada, Ohio, and later in Cincinnati as the from college, future leadership in their communities. son of a schoolteacher and engineer, Founded in 1995, the 2020 Program has helped Jay Jindal quickly learned the value more than 150 students receive a Jesuit of an education. education. Moreover, the program has “He’s really helped Jindal’s parents, who emigrated from seen the vast majority of its graduates go India in 1972, always stressed the importance on to have success in college and in their us get the word of hard work and good grades to their son. postgraduate endeavors. out and allay a lot As immigrants, they told him, there’s no “He’s become one of the best substitute for education because that’s the one cheerleaders for the 2020 Program,” of the rumors and thing you can change if you’re not on even-par Fr. Tom Doyle, S.J., the program’s with everybody else. And if you work hard, director, said of Dr. Jindal. “He’s really misconceptions you can be successful. helped us get the word out and allay a Today, Dr. Jindal is an otolaryngologist lot of the rumors and misconceptions about 2020. He’s with Toledo Ear, Nose and Throat and is about 2020. He’s been instrumental in been instrumental sharing his passion for education through his spreading the message of what it is and work with the Toledo 2020 Jesuit Scholars more importantly, what it’s not. He’s also in spreading the Program at St. John’s Jesuit High School & been beneficial in helping us find financial Academy. message of what it is support in the community.” The mission of the 2020 Program is Dr. Jindal is quick to deflect praise to provide a St. John’s Jesuit education to and more importantly, heaped on him by others for his role in academically talented minority students garnering support for 2020, because that’s what it’s not.” whose economic and social disadvantages not the root of why he does what he does. would otherwise preclude a college “When I first learned about 2020, I – fr. tom doyle, s.j. preparatory education. The 2020 Program had a senior and junior here at the time prepares students for success in a rigorous and I was embarrassed because I didn’t high school curriculum, achievement in college, and know much about the program,” Dr. Jindal explained.
and people ask very pointed questions “[Vice President for Advancement] Brett about the program. Loney provided me with some paperwork “But once people see how about the program, and when I started scrutinized these kids are and the looking at it, I was blown away. I thought, this support system that’s in place for them can’t be true. This program is really working.” and how this program changes their But instead of merely sitting on this lives, it’s an eye-opening experience for newfound information, Dr. Jindal set out everybody at these discussions.” to educate others in the community about In addition to his work with the 2020 Program. After bumping into the 2020 Program, giving back has Fr. Doyle at a high school graduation party become a way of life for Dr. Jindal; in the summer of 2012, the pair talked his wife, Dr. Tina Jindal; and their two for over an hour about 2020 and how he sons, Samir ’12 and Sachin ’13, who could best help the program. both attend Ohio State University. “I told him I’d help out financially, Jay and Tina first started but let’s do something else,” Dr. Jindal volunteering with their sons while recalled. “I will invite my friends and other completing their high school service people I know in the community to attend hour requirements at Kids Unlimited a discussion about this program. “The Man for Others and have continued to give of their “Fr. Doyle was ecstatic, because time there. They also served as his biggest beef is that people have a motto, to us walking committee chairs for SJJ’s dinner misunderstanding that this is a recruiting in five years ago it was auction, Tale of Two Toledos, tool for athletics. More than fundraising, he just wanted to get the message out that just something on the in 2012. As for their sons, Samir is the we have a program that’s very successful volunteer supervisor at Champion and it has nothing to do with athletics. wall. We really didn’t Middle School, one of the lowest These kids are here for academics. In fact, if you look at the ratio of athletes in know what it meant, but performing schools in the Columbus School Districts, and coordinates all 2020, it’s less than the ratio of athletes in if you get out and get OSU volunteers at the school. He also the entire student body.” returned from a nine-week The fruit of Dr. Jindal’s labor is best involved and embrace recently service trip to Tanzania, while Sachin exemplified in the three different 2020 presentations SJJ has hosted in the last the concept, it works.” volunteered this summer at Kids Unlimited. year with about 15 families at each one. – Dr. jay jindal “We do talk about the ways you “I credit St. John’s for all of that,” can give back if you want to get more Dr. Jindal said. “The Man for Others involved with the program,” Dr. Jindal motto, to us walking in five years ago it said, “but the purpose isn’t to fundraise. We’ve been very was just something on the wall. We really didn’t know successful, especially with dispelling myths about the what it meant, but if you get out and get involved and program. Nothing is off the table in these discussions, embrace the concept, it works.”
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S t. John ’s J e s u i t Alex Lorton ’02 Co-founder/owner of Cater2.me
What made you decide to attend St. John’s Jesuit?
Explain your company Cater2.me ?
It was never really even a question for whether or not I would attend SJJ. I only took the entrance exam at SJJ and had no intention of going anywhere else (I don’t think I even toured anywhere else). I was wholly convinced that there wasn’t a better school in or around Toledo in terms of academics, athletics or quality of people associated with the institution and that’s something I still believe today.
Cater2.me is the company I started in 2010. We are a food & tech company that enables recurring catering orders for companies that get catering on a regular basis. For example, we help companies that buy lunch for their employees on a daily basis by suggesting great local food vendors, putting together customized menus for them, handling all logistics and centralizing customer service and billing. We’re working with a lot of well-known tech companies, including Pinterest, Yahoo, LinkedIn and Kickstarter to make their company meals not just a source of nourishment but also an occasion in which their employees can gather together to form great company culture. The idea was born at my previous job, where I was receiving lunch on a regular basis and (though appreciative of the free lunch) was unimpressed with the lack of variety and quality (think stale turkey sandwiches and mixed green salads) and thought that I could do it better. I teamed up with a friend from Penn and Cater2.me was born. We started in San Francisco and have expanded to New York (where I currently live) and Chicago.
Who were your biggest influences from the faculty and staff while at SJJ? One of SJJ’s main strengths is just how replete it is with amazing teachers and staff. From Mr. Corrigan, who really taught me what it meant to absorb and appreciate vast amounts of information in World History & AP US History, to Frau Brunner, who taught me German and who always had such great energy, to Mr. Harms, who was not only an amazing English teacher but who also regularly doled out a masterful combination of humor and sage advice, to Dr. Warrick, who helped guide me through the rigors of the college application process, I was blessed to have had such incredible guidance through the years. Do you have a favorite story or tradition during your time at SJJ? While athletics were a huge part of my time at SJJ, both playing and watching, my favorite tradition has to be Kairos. The power of that time still sticks with me. Oh, and giving the valedictory address at graduation was pretty cool, too.
Sum up what being a Titan means to you? Being a man for others and a commitment to excellence. SJJ prepared me for the rigors of life after high school, both from a work/school perspective and from a personal/spiritual perspective.
Where did you pursue your postsecondary education? I attended the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, concentrating in Accounting, Legal Studies and Entrepreneurship and minoring in German.
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So you’re in San Francisco, New York & Chicago… What’s next? We’re working hard on expansion possibilities and though I can’t share specifics at the moment, we’re confident our business model can work in every major market in the US, Canada, Europe and beyond.
What is a day in the life of Alex Lorton, co-founder of Cater2.me, like? Being a founder is far more engrossing and involved than I could have ever imagined; it’s a truly 24/7 responsibility and I regularly log 100+ hours per week. With 35 employees (and growing), a lot of my time is spent managing my team to achieve their best and the rest is spent planning for our expansion/growth, from scouting out new cities, to hiring for a whole host of new positions to setting up new systems and processes to enable our growth.
St. John’s Jesuit
Annual Report July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013
for THE greater GLORY OF GOD
As we reflect on how fortunate we are at St. John’s Jesuit, we acknowledge the generosity and sacrifices that have been made by many in order to maintain and in fact allow this special place to thrive in a world of uncertainty. The following pages contain lists of donors that have given generously to our ministry of education. We are profoundly grateful for these gifts, without which St. John’s Jesuit could not carry out its mission.
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B oard of trustees B o ard O F F I C E R S
B o ard o f T r u stees
Robert F. Brady ’86
Kurt J. Miller ’81
Jane A. Charette Rev. Thomas M. Doyle, S.J.
Donald L. Feller
Daniel T. Anderson ’74
James C. Happ ’90 Martin J. Holmes, Sr.
Michael M. Hylant
Richard R. Faist
Mark W. Luedtke, S.J. Patricia G. Lyden
Donald M. Mewhort, III ’83
Michael R. “Mike” Truesdell
Rev. William J. Murphy, S.J.
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Drew A. Nitschke ’93 Daniel J. Pienta ’87 Cyril N. Pinchak, S.J. Mark E. Ridenour Scott J. Savage ’82 Thomas W. Shields Stephen D. Taylor II ’94
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Christian leaders. As a Catholic school in the Jesuit tradition, we inspire each student to achieve his greatest potential in a
Sarah J. Bates Donald A. Coleman ’70
Douglas A. Ducey ’82 Mary Lou Fox
atmosphere distinguished by
J Langdon Marc B. Lautenbach ’79 W. Geoffrey Lyden, III Richard B. McQuade, Jr. Peter P. Pilliod Michael H. Thaman
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academic success and service as a man for others.
Four Join SJJ Board of Trustees Rev. Mark Luedtke, S.J. serves as the President of Loyola High School in Detroit. He is a native of Chicago and a graduate of St. Ignatius College Prep and Georgetown University, where he earned a B.A. in American Government and Christian Theology. Fr. Luedtke entered the Society of Jesus in 1999 and earned a Master’s degree in Social Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago in 2004. Fr. Luedtke has worked at numerous Jesuit high schools and colleges and also serves on the boards of Gesu Catholic School in Detroit and University of Detroit Jesuit High School and Academy.
Stephen Taylor II ‘94 is the General Manager for the Taylor Automotive Family, where he runs the Kia dealerships in Toledo, Findlay and Lima, as well as the Hyundai dealerships in Perrysburg and Findlay. Stephen is very active in the community through his involvement in many local charities and organizations throughout the Northwest Ohio area. He also serves on the board of the Black Swamp Conservancy and is co-chair of the SJJ marketing committee. He graduated from Wittenberg University in 1998 where he met his wife, and they currently reside in Perrysburg with their three children.
Daniel Pienta ’87 serves as President of Automatic Handling International, Inc., in Erie, Mich. He started his career working at Automatic Handling in the shop, while attending school for mechanical engineering. Dan later joined the Marines to fulfill his desire to serve his country. Upon his honorable discharge, he returned to Automatic Handling as a salesman and quickly moved up the ranks to VP Sales and eventually President. In that role, Dan manages the day to day operations with his three siblings; David Pienta ’92, Dana Pienta and Dina Pienta Skelding.
Thomas Shields, Jr. is Director of Sales for Bericap North America, a privately held German packaging company. He is a native of Cincinnati and a graduate of St. Xavier High School and Xavier University, where he earned a BSBA and MBA in 1976. Upon graduation from XU, Tom joined Owens Illinois Plastics Products Division and held commercial, marketing and business management positions during his 27 years with the company. He and his wife, Brigid Fox Shields, have two children: Ryan ’12, who attends Marquette University, and Colleen, who attends the Lake Erie College of Medicine in Erie, Pa.
President’s Council The President’s Council honors alumni, parents, and friends who provide leadership support to St. John’s Jesuit. President’s Council donors contribute $1,000 or more annually to fund annual operations, new programs, capital projects, and scholarships. For more information about leadership giving opportunities at St. John’s Jesuit, please contact Brett Loney at 419-720-0765 or email@example.com.
A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Anderson ’74 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bates Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus Mr. and Mrs. John W. Christy Mr. and Mrs. Rick P. Corbett ’69 Designetics, Inc. The Hon. Doug Ducey ’82 and Mrs. Angela Ducey Mr. Brandon Fields and Dr. Katie Fields ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Floyd Mrs. Mary Lou Fox Dr. and Mrs. Ruple J. Galani ’93 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Happ ’90 Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. Jeanne Hickey Memorial Fund Hylant Group Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Iott The Iott Foundation The Lyden Family The Hon. Richard McQuade and Mrs. Jane McQuade Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Mewhort, III ’83 Meyer Hill Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Milewski Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Mossing ’78 Dr. and Mrs. Rex B. Mowat The Pienta Family David J. and Dorothy V. Pienta James F. Skelding and Dina Pienta Skelding Dana M. Pienta Daniel J. ’87 and Diana L. Pienta David M. ’92 and Dhawi V. Pienta Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Pilliod Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Savage ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Sean E. Savage ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Schoen ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Shields Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Slayton ’83 St. John’s Jesuit Community St. John’s Jesuit Mothers Club Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Taylor II ’94 Mr. Michael H. Thaman and Ms. Lisa J. Gathard University of Toledo Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Wieser
A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. Colin J. Anderson ’03 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Anderson ’76 Anderson Foundation Mrs. Joan Barchick Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brady ’86 Dr. and Mrs. Kris R. Brickman Mr. Robert L. Brown ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Loren R. Buck ’97 Mr. and Mrs. David M. Butler ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Orison Y. Chaffee, III ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. David T. DePrisco ’81 Mr. and Mrs. David M. Doney Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Faist Fifth Third Bank Mr. and Mrs. John J. Granato Ms. Amy L. Hall Health Care REIT, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Henderson Mrs. Diana Herkimer Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hills ’73 Mrs. John Hirzel Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Holmes, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Hylant Drs. Jay and Tina Jindal Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Kang ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Lee Mr. and Mrs. Maher J. Majdalani Mr. and Mrs. Timothy I. Martindale ’84 Mr. and Mrs. James T. McNerney ’75 MT Business Technologies, Inc. Dr. Thomas G. Padanilam and Dr. Denise A. Padanilam Paramount Health Care/ProMedica Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Ridenour Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Rideout ’69 Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Riordan Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Smigelski Sofo Foods Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stierwalt Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sullivan Mrs. Colleene Knorek-Swolsky Taylor Automotive Group Team Sports, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Wakefield ’72 Dr. John K. Wakelin ’92 and Dr. Anupama Chauhan Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Walsh
A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Addis ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Atul Agnihotri Christine A. and John P. Alexander Mrs. Thomas Anderson Mrs. Mary Jo Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Anderson ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Celso M. Antiporda Arrowhead Park Association Automation & Control Technologies Dr. Ashraf and Rita Banoub Mr. Bradley G. Barefoot ’01 Ms. Anne Barrett Drs. Jonathan ’94 and Sonal Bazeley Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bechtel ’70 Mr. Todd D. Benge ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bernholtz Drs. Kenneth ’75 and Vicki Bertka Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Beyer ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Beyer ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Bhatt ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Bosch ’81 Mr. Kevin P. Brennan ’77 Buckeye Telesystem Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burkett Dr. and Mrs. Alan L. Burlingame Buzz Book Ms. Carol F. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Carroll ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Case ’82 Drs. Bradley ’78 and Sonya Clifford Mr. Sean Connell ’86 and Ms. Patty Klingbiel ContXt Corp. Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Croak ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Croak Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Dane ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas W. DeMarco ’83 Devonshire Fund Group, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Diment Mrs. Patricia Docis Dunbar Mechanical, Inc. Mr. Mark A. Durst ’05 Mrs. Wilson Felix Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Flasck ’89
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Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Flasck Florian Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fox, III ’83 Dr. and Mrs. Steven R. Fudge G-2000, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Joel R. Gorski ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Ted F. Gradel ’83 Mr. George S. Graff ’35 Mr. and Mrs. Ric L. Gum H.O.T. Graphic Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Harms Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hartwig Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Herkimer ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan E. Hickman ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hills Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Hirsch ’81 Mr. Nicholas P. Hodulik ’96 Mr. Paul K. Holewinski ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Hollerbach ’86 Mr. Nicholas A. Hughes ’97 Dr. and Mrs. Mark G. Issa Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Jacob ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jankowski Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Janson ’75 Mr. Paul A. Jarrell and Mrs. Mary B. Lynch Jarrell Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Johnson ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Karmol ’72 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Kaser Mr. Josef Keglewitsch, Jr. ’89 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Klever ’77 Dr. Kent J. Krach ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Krull Mr. and Mrs. John J. Langdon Mr. and Mrs. James J. Larranaga ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Lautenbach ’79
Mr. and 1stLT Mark C. Laux Mr. Thomas C. Lawson ’73 Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Layman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Leddy ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leite Mr. Kevin P. Lent ’83 Mr. Michael J. Leizerman and Ms. Rena M. Samole Mr. Eric J. Lobbins ’80 and Mrs. Laura M. Secord Mr. Brett Loney ’88 and Ms. Amy Waskowiak Mr. and Mrs. D. Stuart Love, Jr. ’76 Mr. Breen Lyden Ms. Patricia G. Lyden Mr. and Mrs. John M. McGoldrick Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. MacRitchie ’00 Mr. Craig J. Mancinotti Mr. and Mrs. A. Stephen Martindale, Jr. ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Martinko ’98 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Maxon Mrs. Karen J. Merrels Mid America Sports Mr. Richard F. Michalak, II ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Milewski ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Miller ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Miller ’81 Ms. Suzanne C. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Mitchell ’86 Mr. Thomas Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Mitten ’77 Morgan Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Mossing ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Mossing ’75 Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mullan, III ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Mullan ’99
Mr. and Mrs. Dean M. Niese Mr. and Mrs. Drew A. Nitschke ’93 Mr. Norman C. Nitschke Mr. Christian T. Nofziger ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Ty A. Nofziger Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. John O’Shea ’78 Owens Corning Mr. Steven J. Papadimos ’76 and Dr. Chris Kanios-Papadimos Mr. and Mrs. Nirav D. Parikh Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R. Parker Mr. and Mrs. David S. Patton ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pawlecki PediatriCare Associates Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Perlaky ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Petee Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Pharis Professor Elizabeth Pilliod and Dr. Thomas Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Pletz Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Povsic ’82 ProMedica Health System Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ragan ’87 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Ramirez ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Ramirez Mr. Kevin C. Randall ’75 and Ms. Elizabeth M. Stites Mr. and Mrs. Markus C. Rasmus ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rattay ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Reed ’98 Rehmann Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Richard ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Haydn J. Richards, Jr. ’95 Mrs. Leroy Rodgers Dr. Rodney K. Rogers and Dr. Sandra B. Earle
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President’s Council (continued) Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Ruma, Jr. ’81 Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Savage ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Savage ’79 Savage and Associates, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Schaefer ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Terry D. Schaefer ’82 Msgr. Jerome E. Schmit Youth Foundation Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Schult Mrs. Russell Scott Mr. and Mrs. William D. Searles Mr. Suril Shah ’01 Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP Sign Pro of Toledo, LLC Signature Bank, N.A. SJS Investment Services
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Slayton ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Smith ’90 Mr. Paul R. Smith and Mrs. Kathryn K. Barrett Mrs. Nancy Stearns Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Stewart Mr. Jacob A. Styacich ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. John S. Szuch Mrs. Nancy Taptich Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Toledo Orthopaedic Surgeons Tomahawk Development Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Townsend ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Tracz Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Trumbull
Mr. and Mrs. James Turissini Mrs. Pamela S. Ulrich Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Vahalik Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Ward ’87 Weber Obrien Ltd Wells Fargo Advisors Whelco Industrial Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. James F. White ’87 Mr. Steven R. Wierzbicki ’05 Mr. Jeffrey T. Wisniewski ’92 and Dr. Sarah Puckett Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Zavac ’78 Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Zimmerman
Young Alumni President’s Council The Young Alumni President’s Council is a leadership opportunity for alumni in the classes of ’97 through ’12. Members of the Young Alumni President’s Council make a three year leadership pledge to help support current and future students. For more information about the Young Alumni President’s Council, please contact Nick Butler at 419-720-0760, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mr. Sam C. Anderson ’01 Mr. Walter J. Anderson ’09 Mr. Charlie S. Baker ’09 Mr. Mark S. Brahier ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas I. Butler ’01 Mr. Creighton A. Call ’01 Mr. James J. Christy ’09 Mr. Cameron L. Conrad ’12 Mr. and Mrs. George S. Felix ’98 Mr. Patrick R. Gardner ’01 Mr. KiAundre R. Garland ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Hays ’02 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Herrick ’01
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Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Klever Jr. ’99 Mr. James G. Laatsch ’98 Mr. Kyle L. Lauterhahn ’04 and Mrs. Becky Greene Mr. Christopher J. Lemon ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Garrett P. Malone ’04 Mr. John F. McKinney IV ’12 Mr. Jack D. Mewhort ’09 Mr. Judd Oberhauser ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Jared T. Parseghian ’00 Mr. Andrew M. Petrie ’11 Mr. Ross M. Rector ’05 Mr. Timothy E. Schaefer ’11
Mr. Michael C. Schoen ’05 Mr. Ryan A. Schoonmaker ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Myron Shapiro ’01 Mr. Ronald F. Siebenaler ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Zachary R. Silka ’03 Mr. Mark M. Smith ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas T. Stack ’02 Mr. Kyle Stengle ’01 Mr. Nicholas T. Szymanski ’04 Mr. George Toth-Demetriade ’04 Mr. Nicholas R. Vargas ’06
Parents A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Atul Agnihotri Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Anderson ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Anderson ’77 Mr. and Mrs. George R. Aouad Dr. Ashraf and Rita Banoub Mr. and Charles V. Baumgartner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan H. Behm Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Beyer ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Blandford Ms. Tricia M. Bordeau Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Brahier ’78 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Broadway Mr. and Mrs. Erik A. Brodin Mr. and Mrs. Dale G. Brossia Drs. David and Marian Brown Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Buchholtz Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burkett Mr. and Mrs. John D. Butson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Campbell Dr. and Mrs. Dean A. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Case ’82 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cedoz Mr. and Mrs. Brian D. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. John E. Clegg Dr. and Mrs. Manuel L. De la Serna Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas W. DeMarco ’83 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Diehl Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Dills, Sr. ’85 Ms. Jamie A. Dinkens Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. DiSalle ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Dubielak ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Dunbar Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Durham ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Dziubek Mr. and Mrs. John C. Eddingfield Mr. and Mrs. Stephan J. Fisher ’83 Dr. and Mrs. Allen L. Flickinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fox, III ’83 Mr. Randy J. Fugate and Dr. Beth A. White Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Futrell Dr. and Mrs. William B. Gardiner Mrs. Beth L. Garzony Mr. and Mrs. David W. Glaza Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gould Mr. and Mrs. John J. Granato, III Mr. and Mrs. Ric L. Gum Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Hack Ms. Amy L. Hall
Mr. Michael Hanson and Ms. Tamara Rohde Mr. David C. Hasselbach and Dr. Nina Hasselbach Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Hinojosa Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Hnat Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hulse Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hunt ’79 Ms. Beth Hyder Mr. and Mrs. Patrick R. Hylant, Jr. ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Steve G. Irwin ’86 Dr. and Mrs. Mark G. Issa Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Jacob ’93 Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Janson ’75 Drs. Jay and Tina Jindal Mr. Jeffery M. Johnoff ’79 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Joyce ’79 Mr. Timothy D. Kaminski ’80 and Dr. Sharon A. Heil Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Kang ’90 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Kaser Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kelly Ms. Kathleen M. Klein Mrs. Colleene Knorek-Swolsky Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Koszycki ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Krull Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Kurtz ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Lake Ms. Teresa S. Landis Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Layman Mr. Michael J. Leizerman and Ms. Rena M. Samole Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Lindecker Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Macino ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Mack Mr. and Mrs. Maher J. Majdalani Mr. Craig J. Mancinotti Mr. and Mrs. Timothy I. Martindale ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. McCartney ’74 Mr. Marshall S. McClurg and Mrs. Wendy K. Long-McClurg Mr. and Mrs. John H. McNerney, II ’88 Ms. Helen Meyers Wymer Mr. and Mrs. James G. Mihaly Mr. and Mrs. David D. Miller Ms. Jane K. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Miller ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Miller ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Mishler Dr. and Mrs. Rex B. Mowat Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Nelson Mr. Gift Ngo and Dr. Taiwo O. Ngo
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nowicki Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Oberhaus Dr. and Mrs. Brian M. O’Neill Dr. Thomas G. Padanilam and Dr. Denise A. Padanilam Mr. and Mrs. Brian G. Pant Mr. Steven J. Papadimos ’76 and Dr. Chris Kanios-Papadimos Mr. and Mrs. David S. Patton ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Petee Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Pool Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Prephan Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Putz Mr. Herbert Ragland, II Dr. and Mrs. Krishna P. Rai Mr. and Mrs. Terry A. Ramer Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Rattay ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Reed Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Riordan Dr. Rodney K. Rogers and Dr. Sandra B. Earle Mr. and Mrs. Robb W. Rose Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Savage ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Savage ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Sean E. Savage ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Scarlett Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Schoepf Mr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Shook Dr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Sigman Mr. Paul R. Smith and Mrs. Kathryn K. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Sofo ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Stearns ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Suter Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Teczynski Mr. and Mrs. Victor N. Ten Brink Mr. Michael H. Thaman and Ms. Lisa J. Gathard Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Vidovich Mr. and Mrs. James D. Wheeler ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Wheelock Mr. and Mrs. Tim M. Whitney Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Win ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Winters ’81 Mrs. Therese M. Witt Mr. and Mrs. Jason D. Wyper ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan J. Yobbagy Mr. John S. Yoder
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Grandparents A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Ms. Joan Aeppli Mrs. Mary Jo Anderson Mrs. Thomas Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Francis Balleweg Mrs. Joan Barchick Ms. Anne Barrett Mrs. Len Beach Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph M. Beham Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berg Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bernholtz Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bohn Sr. Mr. Thomas W. Brell Ms. Barbara Carr Mrs. Ellen Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Claus Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Craig Mr. and Mrs. George Cross Ms. Connie DelMaramo Mrs. Gene DeMarco Mr. and Mrs. John F. Didion Mrs. Patricia Docis Mrs. John Dooley Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Douglas Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Dubielak Mrs. Irene Durivage Mr. and Mrs. Arnold R. Dzienny Mr. and Mrs. George Ehrenfried Ms. Irene Eribo Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eusebio Mrs. M. Therese Fagan Mrs. Wilson Felix Mr. George Finkler Mr. Donald Finnegan
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Donald and Anne Flansburg Ms. Joy Flansburg Mr. Frederick A. Fox Mrs. Mary Lou Fox Mr. and Mrs. John Fritz Mrs. Frances Gallagher Joe and Judith Miller Garn Mr. Richard Gellott Mr. Dave Hallett Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Harms Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hartwig Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Heffernan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hills Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Holmes Sr. Ms. Jan Homer Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hubbell Ms. Martha Huepenbecker Mr. and Mrs. Richard Iott Ms. Irene L. Johnson Mr. Steven Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Willie Jones Mr. and Mrs. James W. Joyce Ms. Catherine Kania Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Kellermeyer Mr. and Mrs. Bob Klein Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Kolinski Mr. Dennis Kopinski Ms. Sandra Kovar Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Kraus Mrs. Virginia Labardee Mrs. Marguerite Landis Mr. Frank Landry Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Leite Mr. and Mrs. John Maksym †
Mr. Frank Smetko and Mrs. Nancy Miller-Smetko Ms. Suzanne C. Mills Mr. Thomas Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morand Mr. and Mrs. Nap E. Nasser Ms. Marilyn Nedorost Ms. Terri Nichols Mr. Norman C. Nitschke Mr. Willie Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Palinski Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Pawlecki Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pienta Mr. and Mrs. James T. Rathke Mrs. Pat Rattay Mrs. Leroy Rodgers Mr. Gerald R. Rossman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Sandys Mrs. John Savage Mr. and Mrs. † Peter J. Savona Mrs. Russell Scott Ms. Coletta St. John Ms. Gloria Stanfa Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stanfill Ms. Margaret Stengle Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stieber Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tack Mr. and Mrs. William L. Thome Ms. Nancy Towns Mr. and Mrs. William Ulmer Mr. Donald K. Wedding Mrs. Lawrence Wielinski Mr. Bernhardt Zeiher Mr. and Mrs. Andy Zekany
Alumni Parents A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Addis ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Ahlfors Mrs. John Alexander Christine A. and John P. Alexander Mr. Martin Allen and Ms. Kelly Burkholder-Allen Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Anderson ’74 Mrs. Judith A. Anderson Mrs. Mary Jo Anderson Mrs. Thomas Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Anderson ’69 Mr. Daniel A. Anderzack ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Celso M. Antiporda Mr. and Mrs. George R. Aouad Mr. and Mrs. Byron E. Appling Mr. and Mrs. Jonn C. Appold ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Assenmacher Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Badik ’74 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bagdonas ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Barchick Mr. and Mrs. David R. Barchick Mr. Carl V. Baron Mr. and Mrs. John C. Barron Lou and Bernadette Barth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey F. Beamsley Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bechtel ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Beebe Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Beebe ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph M. Beham Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Belcher Mrs. Tanya Bell Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Benner Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bennett Ms. Janet Bernard Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bernard, Jr. Drs. Kenneth ’75 and Vicki Bertka Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Beyer ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Howard A. Black Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bohn, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Borger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Bowlus Dr. and Mrs. Emmett T. Boyle, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Brahier ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Braker ’73 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bremer ’76 Christopher and Karen Brennan Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brennan Dr. and Mrs. Kris R. Brickman Mr. Donald K. Brooks
Drs. David and Marian Brown Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Brown, Sr. Ms. Pauletta Brown Mr. and Mrs. James E. Buehrer Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burkett Dr. and Mrs. Alan L. Burlingame Mr. and Mrs. Keith P. Burmeister Mr. and Mrs. Glen W. Butler Mr. and Mrs. John D. Butson Mr. Louis Byersmith Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Calabrese Mr. and Mrs. A. Richard Camp
Ms. Carol F. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cannon Mrs. Ellen Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Case ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Charette Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Chirdon Mr. and Mrs. John W. Christy Mr. and Mrs. David J. Churchill ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Claus Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Claus ’72 Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Clemons Mr. and Mrs. William Coggin Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy V. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Collier Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Colturi ’71 Mr. and Mrs. David P. Connelly Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Connors ’69
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Conrad Mr. and Mrs. John L. Cova Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Craig Mr. and Mrs. Rich Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Cray ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Croak Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Crown Mr. and Mrs. John C. Csomos Ms. Cheryl L. Cuprys Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Dancer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Dane ’74 Mr. and Mrs. James Darish Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Darmofal Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Davis Dr. and Mrs. J. Terrance Davis Mr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Davison Dr. and Mrs. Manuel L. De la Serna Dr. and Mrs. Stuart L. Dean Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Decker Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. DelVerne Mrs. Gene DeMarco Ms. Carol C. DeMario Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Dendinger Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Denker Ms. Dianne L. DeRan Mr. and Mrs. John F. Didion Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Diment Mrs. Marilyn Dittrich Mrs. Patricia Docis Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Doerr Mr. and Mrs. David M. Doney Mrs. Maureen Donovan Mrs. John Dooley Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Doyle Mrs. Roberta M. Drouard Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Dubielak Mr. and Mrs. James A. Durivage Mr. and Mrs. Arnold R. Dzienny Mrs. Stanley Echler Mr. and Mrs. John C. Eddingfield Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Englehardt Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Enright Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Ernsthausen Mrs. Janet Esch Mrs. Nicholas S. Fabian Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Faist Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Farber Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Paul Favorite Mrs. Wilson Felix Mr. and Mrs. Cosimo Figliomeni Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. File
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Alumni Parents (continued) Mr. and Mrs. William G. Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Flasck Mrs. Carol Fleitz Mr. and Mrs. John E. Florian Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. James F. Flynn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Foos Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Fotoples Mr. Frederick A. Fox Mrs. Mary Lou Fox Mrs. Janet Francis Mrs. Joseph C. Fretti Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Frick Mrs. Dorothy L. Friel Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Frissell Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Fritsch ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fritz ’74 Mrs. Catherine T. Frogameni Dr. and Mrs. Steven R. Fudge Ms. Bonnie Gaertner Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Garcia Mrs. Beth L. Garzony Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Gaston Mr. Gregory A. Genzman and Ms. Judy L. Ubben Mr. and Mrs. William J. Giacci ’74 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gonia Dr. and Mrs. Joel R. Gorski ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Urban F. Gradel Mrs. Edward Gray Mr. and Mrs. Gean P. Grosschedl Mr. and Mrs. David A. Gruen ’69 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gugger Mrs. Marcia Guinan
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Mr. and Mrs. Pat T. Hackett Mrs. Jacalynn Hakius Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Halker Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Hamill, Jr. Ms. Sharon Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Harms Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Harrigan Mr. and Mrs. John H. Harris, III Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Hartwig Drs. Syed and Samina Hasan Mr. and Mrs. Roger F. Hatch Mr. James A. Heckler Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Heffernan Mr. and Mrs. F. William Heidtman Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Hepp Mr. and Mrs. William M. Heringhaus Mrs. Diana Herkimer Mr. William N. Herr Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herrick Mr. and Mrs. William H. Heywood, III Dr. and Mrs. Donald K. Hickey ’72 Mr. and Mrs. James F. Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hills Mr. and Mrs. Stanley N. Hills ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Hirsch Mrs. John Hirzel Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Hodur Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Hoehn ’76 Dr. and Mrs. James P. Hofmann ’76 Mr. Paul K. Holewinski ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Holmes, Sr. Ms. Wendy Holub
Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Hoppenjans Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Howard Mrs. Patricia Hubay Mr. and Mrs. Randal R. Huber Mrs. Renee L. Huebner Robert A. Huebner + Mrs. Margaret Huffer Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Iott Mrs. Ann Marie Jacob Mr. and Mrs. Piotr Jakimczuk Mrs. Adella Jakubowski Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Janas Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jankowski Drs. Jay and Tina Jindal Ms. Irene L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Johnson ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Johnson ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. James W. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Joyce ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Joyce, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Kaczala Mrs. Janet Keener Dr. and Mrs. Blaine A. Keigley Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Kelly Mr. Mark R. Kennedy and Dr. Carol A. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Kervin Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Killen ’71 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kistner, Sr. ’69 Dr. Martha Kleinberg Mr. Dale Klingbeil and Ms. Penelope Kice Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Klostermeier, Jr. Jacqueline and Richard Knepper Mr. and Mrs. James R. Knost Dr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Koffel Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kohlbecker Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Kolinski Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Kolodzaike ’72 Drs. Jon and Claudette Konzen Mrs. Kathy Koop Mrs. Richard J. Kopf Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kornacki Mr. and Mrs. McMillan E. Kosier Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Kraus Mr. and Mrs. David M. Kruse Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kuchers Ms. Sue E. Kujawa Mr. and Mrs. David F. Kulish ’80 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kusowski Mr. and Mrs. Melvin J. Kwiatkowski Mrs. Virginia Labardee Mr. Frank Landry Mr. and Mrs. John A. Landry ’70 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Langdon
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Langenderfer ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Lause Mr. and Mrs. Dick L. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Lee Mr. Russell Lee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Leininger Mrs. Carlton Lemon Mr. Kevin P. Lent ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. LeStrange ’76 Mrs. Janet R. Ligman Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Lingnell Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Lock Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Lodge ’72 Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Lopez Mrs. Robert Louviaux Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lungulow Mr. Breen Lyden Ms. Patricia G. Lyden Mr. and Mrs. W. Geoffrey Lyden, III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Macino ’78 Mr. John N. MacKay and Ms. Cynthia Rerucha Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery MacQueen Mr. and Mrs. Maher J. Majdalani Mrs. Cleoria Mance Mr. Craig J. Mancinotti Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Marciniak Mr. and Mrs. Ron Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Martin Mr. and Mrs. Timothy I. Martindale ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Martinko Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Masterson Mr. Samuel A. Mattoni, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Maurer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Maxon Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. May Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. McCartney ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. McCartney ’74 Mr. and Mrs. John McCarty Mr. and Mrs. James G. McCaw Mrs. Gerald McCready Mr. and Mrs. John M. McGoldrick Mrs. Diane M. McKinney Mr. and Mrs. James A. McMahon Mr. and Mrs. James T. McNerney ’75 Mrs. Karen J. Merrels Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Mewhort, III ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Mewhort, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Milewski Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Miller Ms. Jane K. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller Mr. Frank Smetko and Mrs. Nancy Miller-Smetko
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Mishler Mrs. Theresa Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Terrance E. Mohler Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Molenaur, Jr. Mr. Robert F. Monti Mr. and Mrs. David L. Mossing ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Mossing ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Mossing Dr. and Mrs. Rex B. Mowat Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mugler Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mullan, III ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Muller Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Murawski Mr. and Mrs. James M. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Myerholtz Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery J. Myers Mr. William Nachtrab and Mrs. Jane Gleespen-Nachtrab Mrs. Virginia E. Nagy Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Neary, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Newsom Dr. and Mrs. John J. Newton Mr. and Mrs. August J. Nicolaidis Mr. and Mrs. Dean M. Niese Ms. Michele Nixon Mr. and Mrs. Ty A. Nofziger Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nowicki Mr. and Mrs. David S. Obee Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. O’Brien Dr. and Mrs. Neiman T. Odeh Ms. Susan B. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Orosz ’72 Mr. and Mrs. William Palicki Drs. Aquiles and Teresita PalmaGil Mr. and Mrs. Nirav D. Parikh Mr. and Mrs. Jerome R. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Pasquinelli, Sr. Mrs. Robert Pattay Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Pawlecki Mrs. Virginia Pendery Conrady Mr. James H. Petty Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Pharis Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pienta Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pierson ’72 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Pierson ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Pietrykowski ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Duane J. Pinkelman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Pletz Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Pool Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Poturalski Mr. Daniel R. Puccetti Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Purinton, II Mrs. Mary Quinn Mrs. Kay W. Rasmus
Mrs. Pat Rattay Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Rattay ’77 Mr. and Mrs. David J. Rectenwald ’79 Mr. and Mrs. James H. Reece Dr. and Mrs. Louis M. Reiner Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Reiter ’74 Mr. and Mrs. A. Joseph Relation Ms. Martha Richards Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Rideout ’69 Mrs. Virginia M. Rihacek Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Robinson Mr. Marvin A. Robon and Dr. Nancy Robon Mrs. Leroy Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Rominski Drs. Thomas and Maryanna Rooney Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Rudy Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Ruggiero Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Ruma, Jr. ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Rummel Dr. and Mrs. John A. Russ, III Mr. and Mrs. William P. Saba, Sr. Mrs. Barbara Sackman Mr. and Mrs. David H. Sandys Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Sandys Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Sattler Mrs. Juanita Sattler Mrs. John Savage Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Savage ’79 Mr. and Mrs. † Peter J. Savona Mr. and Mrs. James E. Schaefer ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Terry D. Schaefer ’82 Ms. Christine M. Schaupp Mr. Francis M. Schloss Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Schoen ’70 Mrs. Suzanne Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Schult Mr. Robert J. Schwanzl Mr. Joseph C. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Schwind Mrs. Russell Scott Mr. and Mrs. William D. Searles Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Shields Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Shields Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Siebenaler Dr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Sigman Ms. Patricia Simon Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Slivka Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Smigelski Mr. and Mrs. James C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Spenthoff ’69 Mr. and Mrs. David G. Squillante
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Alumni Parents (continued) Dr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Stansfield Mrs. Michael Stebelton Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Stewart Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stierwalt Mr. and Mrs. David M. Stott Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Straub Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Styacich Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. John S. Szuch Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Talip Mrs. Nancy Taptich Mr. and Mrs. Howard Teifke Mr. and Mrs. Victor N. Ten Brink Ms. Theodora Theiler Mr. and Mrs. William L. Thome Dr. Neil R. Thomford Dr. and Mrs. B. Gregory Thompson Mr. Kevin F. Thornton ’73 Mrs. Judith A. Thrasher-Park Mr. Donald E. Timony
Mrs. Jeanne Todak Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Tomasik Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Townsend ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Tracy Mrs. Nancy Tracy-Richmond Mr. James C. Troknya Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Trumbull Mr. and Mrs. James P. Turissini Mrs. Pamela S. Ulrich Mrs. Alfred Ustaszewski Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Vahalik Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. VanKoughnet Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Vetter ’72 Mrs. Jean Voegeli Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Vowles Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Wagner ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wang Mr. and Mrs. C. Robin Wannemacher Mr. and Mrs. Roger T. Ward Mr. and Mrs. David C. Weber Mr. and Mrs. James Weber
Mr. Donald K. Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Gene Welty Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Westmeyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Wheeler ’82 Mrs. Lawrence Wielinski Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Wilder Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Wiley Mrs. Nancy Williams Mr. and Mrs. William Williamson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Wisniewski Mrs. Martin Witherell Mr. and Mrs. Dwight D. Wittenberg Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Wong ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wurth Mrs. Judy Young Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Zavac ’78 Mrs. Maureen F. Zdanowicz Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Zeller ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry M. Zemla Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Zimmerman
Senior Alumni Mr. Robert R. Cross ’34
Friends A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Dr. and Mrs. Michael Basista Ms. Georgia Bayer Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bischoff Mr. and Mrs. William H. Booth Ms. Jennifer L. Bucher Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Burkhart Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carr Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Catlin Mrs. Marlene P. Christen Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Corker Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. DeClark Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dittes Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Egan II Dr. Gregor K. Emmert Jr. Mr. John Faist Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Fenneken Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Foley LCDR and Mrs. Allen L. Fry Mr. G. F. Gallagher Ms. Mary E. Galvin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Galvin Mr. Robert J. Gardner Great Lakes Region of N.C.L.C.
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Theodore T. Hahn Mr. and Mrs. William F. Harrigan Mr. and Mrs. Casey R. Harshman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hayes Dr. Joseph M. Herman Mr. and Mrs. Galen H. Hines Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Horn Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Hotz Mr. and Mrs. Kurt A. Huber Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Hylant Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel A. Jakubisin Mr. Paul A. Jarrell and Mrs. Mary B. Lynch Jarrell Ms. Virginia Jester Mrs. Dorothy Karmol Mrs. Edward Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Ketelaar Ms. Eliana M. Klein Rev. Gerald E. Knueven Mr. Mark H. Kruse Mr. Paul Kruse
Mr. and 1stLT Mark C. Laux Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Leslie Mr. Phil Levering Ms. Abagail K. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Rocque Lipford Ms. Kimberly Lynch The Hon. Richard McQuade and Mrs. Jane McQuade Ms. Angela M. Mechling Mr. and Mrs. Justin D. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moeller Rev. William J. Murphy, S.J. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Brent Newblom Mr. David Nitschke Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Nusbaum Fr. Jim O’Brien Ms. Catherine Orite Professor Elizabeth Pilliod and Dr. Thomas Kaufman Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Pilliod Mr. and Mrs. Ed Plocek Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Powell Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Ridenour
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Rigoulot Dr. and Mrs. Francis Rogalski Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schebler Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schlageter, III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Schlageter Ms. Rita Smith Ms. Anna M. Snyder Mr. Ryan Spahn
Mrs. Yanula Stathulis Mr. and Mrs. David J. Talboo Ms. Mary D. Todorowski Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Truesdell Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Uchic Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Verner Mr. and Mrs. Jon Vitaniemi Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Weeks
Mrs. Bernice Weihs Mr. and Mrs. John T. Weinberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Westerheide Mr. Kenneth H. Wetmore Ms. Stacey Wisnieski Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wright
Young Alumni Class of 1969 A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anteau Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Balyeat Mr. Dwight W. Basilius and Mrs. Beth Toerne Basilius Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bogue Mr. David T. Brigode Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Rick P. Corbett Mr. James G. Darr Mr. Nick Deardurff Gary and Suzanne Eberle Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foss, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Gill Mr. and Mrs. David A. Gruen Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kistner, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Marsrow Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McCartney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ott Mr. Michael V. Pfaender Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Rideout Dr. Michael J. Skiver Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Spenthoff Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Zammit Class of 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Addis Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Balyeat Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Bechtel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Connelly, Jr. Drs. Gary and Cheryl DeWood Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Grogan Mr. Edward J. Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Marvin F. Hartsfield Mr. and Mrs. James M. Kinzer Mr. and Mrs. John A. Landry Mr. and Mrs. Dennis P. McCartney Mr. Kevin J. McQuade Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Mouch , Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. O’Connell Mr. and Mrs. Stanley J. Rinda, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Roszczipka Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Schoen Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Walsh Class of 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Ned W. Braun Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Colturi Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Cray Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. DeBrock Lt. Col. (ret.) and Mrs. Andrew R. Fischer Mr. John F. Herlihy Mr. David L. Karmol Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Keeler Mr. and Mrs. Harlow J. Keith Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Killen Mr. and Mrs. James T. Lawton Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Less Mr. Gregory J. Meck and Ms. Anne Lavoie Mr. Richard F. Michalak, II Mr. and Mrs. George R. Riedel Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Zeller Class of 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Jon F. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bagdonas Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Beebe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bugert Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Campbell Mr. Brian T. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. David J. Churchill Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Claus Mr. Timothy F. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Debrosse Dr. and Mrs. Donald K. Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Karmol Mr. Timothy T. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kerscher Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Kolodzaike Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Lenkay
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Lodge Mr. and Mrs. John A. Malak Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Meyers , Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mullan, III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Orosz Mr. and Mrs. John G. Packo, III Mr. and Mrs. James J. Peters Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pierson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Pierson Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Pietrykowski Mr. John J. Pugh Mr. Richard F. Schoen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Vetter Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Zavac Class of 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Braker Mr. and Mrs. Craig R. Britton Mr. Robert L. Brown Mr. Fritz Cherrington Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Debrock Mr. and Mrs. James M. Herlihy Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hills Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Johnson Mr. Thomas C. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Leddy Mr. Thomas J. Littelmann Mr. and Mrs. Colin J. McQuade Mr. and Mrs. David L. Mossing Mr. Peter J. Papadimos Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Sohasky Mr. Kevin F. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Traudt Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Wagner Mr. Matthew T. Williams Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wymer Class of 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Badik Mr. and Mrs. Cliff G. Breier
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Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Dane Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Echler Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fritz Mr. and Mrs. William J. Giacci Mr. and Mrs. James G. Hermiller Mr. and Mrs. Dennis C. Iott Mr. Kirk Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Keil Mr. and Mrs. David P. Macino Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. McCartney Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Miller Mr. David I. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Padilla Dr. and Mrs. Gary A. Poturalski Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Reiter Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Sabin Dr. and Mrs. William P. Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Tomasik Class of 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Badik Drs. Kenneth and Vicki Bertka Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Beyer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Come, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. DeBrock Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. Janson Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Matthew M. Long Mr. and Mrs. James T. McNerney Mr. and Mrs. Jevne Meader Mr. and Mrs. James K. Mikulak Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Mossing Dr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Nagy Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Pietrykowski Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Pilliod Mr. Kevin C. Randall and Ms. Elizabeth M. Stites Mr. and Mrs. James E. Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Todak Dr. and Mrs. John P. Trudeau Class of 1976 A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Gerard M. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bremer Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Dubielak Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Figliomeni Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Hoehn Dr. and Mrs. James P. Hofmann Mr. Paul K. Holewinski Mr. David M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. James D. King Mr. and Mrs. Eric F. Kurdys Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. LeStrange
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Mr. Steven J. Papadimos and Dr. Chris Kanios-Papadimos Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Saccucci Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Steinbauer Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Taylor Class of 1977 A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Bauer Rev. James M. Bevacqua Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Frederic J. Comes Mr. Daniel J. Endrizal Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Florian
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley N. Hills Mr. and Mrs. William S. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Klever Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. McCann Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Mitten Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Rattay Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Ford P. Weber Class of 1978 Mr. James E. Bohn, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Brahier Drs. Bradley and Sonya Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Crown Mr. and Mrs. Cris A. Ferrante Col. and Mrs. Neil J. Hornung USMC Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Macino Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Marciniak Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Moncher Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Mossing Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Mossing
Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Nagy Mr. and Mrs. John L. O’Shea Mr. Howard S. Sample Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Savona Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Schoen Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery G. Sochacki Mr. Paul R. Sullivan, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Tippin Mr. and Mrs. Terrence R. Wagener Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Zavac Class of 1979 Mr. Daniel A. Anderzack Mr. and Mrs. Jonn C. Appold Dr. and Mrs. Martin J. Boyer Dr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Braida Mr. and Mrs. Orison Y. Chaffee, III Mr. Timothy J. Desmond Mr. Paul S. Figliomeni Mr. and Mrs. Jeffry R. Filippi Dr. and Mrs. Joel R. Gorski Mr. Gregory J. Haas Mr. and Mrs. William N. Herr, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Hunt Mr. Jeffery M. Johnoff Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Jones Mr. and Mrs. James E. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Keeler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Barton S. Kulish Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Lautenbach Mr. and Mrs. John B. McQuillen Mr. and Mrs. William J. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Mossing Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Orr Dr. and Mrs. John E. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. David J. Rectenwald Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Todd F. Welzbacher Class of 1980 Mr. Thomas J. Blachowski Mr. and Mrs. Alexander L. Dominique Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Geiger Mr. David A. Harloff Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Joyce Mr. Timothy D. Kaminski and Dr. Sharon A. Heil Mr. and Mrs. David F. Kulish Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Langenderfer Mr. Eric J. Lobbins and Mrs. Laura M. Secord Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McCormick Mr. Keith G. Randall Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery J. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Schueren Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Tuma
Class of 1981 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ayers, II Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Bosch Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Claus Mr. and Mrs. David T. DePrisco Mr. and Daniel J. Durham Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Fritsch Mr. † and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Hirsch Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Hobbs Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Hoover, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kennelly Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Klever Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mattimoe Mr. and Mrs. Kurt J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Ruma, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David J. Senecal Dr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Win Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Winters Class of 1982 A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Brezinski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Case Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. DiSalle Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Flaczynski Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Hartman, Jr. Mr. Brian P. Higgins Mr. Gregory J. Meyers Mr. Michael J. Neary Mr. Michael J. Nowicki Mr. and Mrs. Tony J. Paszek Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Pawlecki Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Peatee Mr. Terrence W. Penrod Mr. Joseph L. Phelan Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Pool Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Povsic Mr. and Mrs. Terry D. Schaefer Mr. Jeffrey J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John R. Stockwell Mr. and Mrs. James D. Wheeler Class of 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Alex T. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. David M. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas W. DeMarco Mr. and Mrs. Stephan J. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fox, III Mr. and Mrs. Ted F. Gradel Mr. Brian L. Kenkman Mr. Kevin P. Lent Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. McComish Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McNulty Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Mewhort, III Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Puccetti
Mr. James K. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Schueren Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Slayton Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Stearns Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Wong Class of 1984 Mr. R. Daniel Beattie and Mrs. Sherry Reilly Mr. Todd D. Benge Mr. and Mrs. Keith E. Budzynski Mr. Kevin Carlen Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Chappuies Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. DePrisco Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Fritsch Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Q. Hills Mr. Matthew J. Kaiser Mr. and Mrs. Timothy I. Martindale Mr. and Mrs. Jon J. Patton Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Peatee Mr. Edward V. Pike Mr. and Mrs. James P. Ramirez Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Savage Colonel and Mrs. Mark F. Swentkofske Class of 1985 Dr. Timothy J. Anders and Dr. Ana Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Rinold W. Burkhart Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Dills, Sr. Mr. Kevin C. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Adam A. Hameed Mr. Michael P. Healey Dr. Michael R. Jeng Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Kurtz Mr. and Mrs. Ray Micham Mr. and Mrs. Brentley J. Radeloff Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Slayton Mr. and Mrs. Steve D. Swanson Class of 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Brady Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Carroll Mr. Sean Connell and Ms. Patty Klingbiel Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. DiSalle Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fought Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Gerhardinger Mr. Nick J. Hodak Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Hollerbach Mr. and Mrs. Steve G. Irwin Dr. Abraham and Dr. Christine Jacob Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kocsis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Kunst Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Matheney
Dr. and Mrs. John D. McBride Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Mitchell Mr. Perry E. Palma Gil and Mrs. Gemma Fornos Mr. and Mrs. David S. Patton Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Rinehart Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Ryder Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Sofo Mr. and Mrs. Darren T. Sroufe Class of 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Assenmacher, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Beyer Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Cappelletty Mr. Timothy J. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Grzeda Mr. Benjamin E. Hills Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery L. Hurford Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Koszycki Dr. Kent J. Krach Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Pienta Mr. Darrin A. Pratt Mr. and Mrs. John P. Ragan Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas S. Siefke Mr. Patrick M. Tallarico Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Ward Mr. and Mrs. James F. White Class of 1988 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Assenmacher Mr. Scott C. Biniak Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Connor Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Croak Mr. and Mrs. James M. DelVerne Dr. Dennis E. Dew, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Dzierwa Mr. and Mrs. William J. Heck Mr. and Mrs. William B. How Mr. Darren T. Keil Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Krasniewski Mr. and Mrs. Dirk G. Litten Mr. Brett Loney and Ms. Amy Waskowiak Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Lorenzo Mr. and Mrs. John H. McNerney, II Mr. Robert J. Mino Mr. Steven J. Poturalski Mr. and Mrs. Sean E. Savage Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Villarreal Mr. George L. Wimberly, III Mr. and Mrs. Jason D. Wyper Class of 1989 A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. James B. Allen Mr. Michael H. Everett
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Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Flasck Mr. and Mrs. Eric W. Getzinger Mr. Kevin Hand and Dr. Cassie Hand Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hausch, II Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Heffernan Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. Herbster Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hoppenjans, II Mr. Josef Keglewitsch, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dominic J. Maggiano Class of 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Assenmacher Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. Barber Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Eberly Mr. and Mrs. David R. Errington Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Foos Mr. and Mrs. James C. Happ Mr. Gregory A. Hosler Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Irelan Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Kang Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Kraus Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Mallin Mr. and Mrs. A. Stephen Martindale, Jr. Dr. Pankaj Paul Mehta Dr. and Mrs. Jason P. Row Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Smith Mr. Andrew M. Vankoughnet Mr. and Mrs. Jason T. Way Class of 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Todd B. Bondy Mr. and Mrs. Brent D. Byerly Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. Canales Mr. Rahul Chakravarty Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Herkimer Mr. and Mrs. Patrick R. Hylant, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Janicki Mr. and Mrs. Ryan D. Judy Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Koszycki Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Milewski Mr. Noel T. Miquiabas Mr. and Mrs. Greg P. Reece Mr. Anthony D. Siciliano Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Wimberly Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Zimmerman Class of 1992 A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. Koert D. Assenmacher Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. Burkett Mr. and Mrs. David E. Croci Mr. Timothy S. Hohl Mr. Sean P. Lynott Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Nemeth Mr. and Mrs. David M. Pienta
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Mr. Justin W. Reinhart Mr. Erik S. Russell Mr. Jay Z. Scherer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Ujvagi Mr. and Mrs. Bradley E. Vineyard Dr. John K. Wakelin and Dr. Anupama Chauhan Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Westmeyer, III Mr. Jeffrey T. Wisniewski and Dr. Sarah Puckett Class of 1993 Mr. Ryan A. Barone Dr. and Mrs. Ruple J. Galani Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Z. Heywood Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Jacob Mr. and Mrs. James J. Larranaga Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Murray Mr. and Mrs. Drew A. Nitschke Mr. Jamey J. Ruiz Mr. and Mrs. Robb M. Weir Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Yarbrough Mr. and Mrs. Aaron B. Zdawczyk Class of 1994 Mr. Dennis P. Amrhein, II Drs. Jonathan and Sonal Bazeley Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Gabel Mr. Matthew E. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Eric L. Kraus Mr. Todd J. Kuhn Mr. Samuel B. Morrison, III Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Phelan Mr. Jay P. Plucienkowski Mr. and Mrs. Vini Satish Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Schaefer Mr. and Mrs. Ian R. Schoen Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Taylor II
Class of 1995 Mr. Craig P. Assenmacher Mr. Jacob M. Hirzel Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kovalik Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Richard Mr. and Mrs. Haydn J. Richards, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian S. Thurow Mr. Brian R. Vineyard Class of 1996 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Bhatt Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Casey Mr. and Mrs. Shital J. Galani Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gallagher Mr. Nicholas P. Hodulik Mr. William D. Mills, Jr. Mr. Andrew T. Pawuk Dr. and Mrs. George Rakolta Mr. and Mrs. Markus C. Rasmus Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Sherman Class of 1997 Mr. Craig Bokesch Mr. and Mrs. Loren R. Buck Mr. Nicholas A. Hughes Mr. John K. Lause Class of 1998 Mr. and Mrs. George S. Felix Mr. James G. Laatsch Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Martinko Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Erik F. Tracy Class of 1999 Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin S. Assenmacher Mr. Michael C. Brunner Mr. Sean S. Elliot
Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Klever, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Mullan Mr. and Mrs. Sean S. Shinaberry Class of 2000 Dr. Sundeep R. Bhat Mr. David M. Branson Mr. Bryan Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. MacRitchie Mr. and Mrs. Jared T. Parseghian Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Perlaky Class of 2001 A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. Sam C. Anderson Mr. Bradley G. Barefoot Mr. Creighton A. Call Mr. Troy F. Dailey Mr. and Mrs. James R. Herrick Mr. Suril Shah Mr. and Mrs. Myron Shapiro Mr. Mark M. Smith Mr. Troy J. Smith Mr. Kyle Stengle Mr. Robert Wurth Class of 2002 Mr. Dennis R. Assenmacher Mr. Brandon Fields and Dr. Katie Fields Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Hays Mr. and Mrs. Bryan E. Hickman Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas T. Stack Mr. Nicholas D. Wittenberg Class of 2003 Mr. Colin J. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Zachary R. Silka Class of 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Garrett P. Malone Mr. Judd Oberhauser Mr. Nicholas T. Szymanski
Class of 2007 Mr. Christopher J. Lemon Class of 2008 Mr. Matthew A. Durst Class of 2009 Mr. Walter J. Anderson Mr. Charlie S. Baker Mr. James J. Christy Mr. Jack D. Mewhort Mr. Ronald F. Siebenaler Class of 2010 Mr. Ian N. Allen Mr. Andrew J. Christy Class of 2011 Mr. Christian T. Nofziger Mr. Andrew M. Petrie Mr. Timothy E. Schaefer Class of 2012 Mr. Mark S. Brahier Mr. Cameron L. Conrad Mr. John F. McKinney IV Class of 2013 Mr. Jeffrey T. Anderson Mr. Andre M. Aouad Mr. Vincent T. Broadway Mr. Erik W. Brodin Mr. Benjamin J. Brossia Mr. Jacob G. Calamunci Mr. Simon D. Coleman Mr. Colin R. Dinkens Mr. Benjamin R. Eddingfield Mr. Michael R. Eddingfield Mr. Robert A. Flickinger Mr. Dylan M. Futrell Mr. Christopher L. Garzony
Mr. Joshua J. Gould Mr. Nicholas M. Gramza Mr. Parker T. Hack Mr. Brett P. Hanson Mr. Anthony R. Harper Mr. Sachin R. Jindal Mr. William D. Johnoff Mr. Scott M. Kumor Mr. Andrew A. Kurtz Mr. Connor N. Lake Mr. Marc C. Loving Mr. Robert A. Mack Mr. Duane J. Malinowski Mr. Eric J. Mihaly Mr. Joshua D. Miller Mr. Matthew D. Miller Mr. Conner R. Mishler Mr. Benjamin F. Oberhaus Mr. Zachary J. Oberhaus Mr. Samin K. Rai Mr. Kyle M. Ramer Mr. Michael A. Reese Mr. Matthew P. Riordan Mr. Andrew J. Savage Mr. Dominic J. Scarlett Mr. Alexander J. Schwind Mr. Jacob C. Sigman Mr. Dakota M. Soviar Mr. Christopher R. Stearns Mr. Colin R. Suter Mr. Eric M. Ten Brink Mr. Corey M. Tipton Mr. David M. Vidovich Mr. Sean C. Wheelock Mr. Henry L. Witt Mr. Jonathan A. Yobbagy Mr. Devin S. Zemenski Mr. Dominic A. Zirbel Mr. Charles S. B. Zirkel
Class of 2005 Mr. Mark A. Durst Mr. William H. Mann Mr. Ross M. Rector Mr. Michael C. Schoen Mr. Ryan A. Schoonmaker Mr. Jacob A. Styacich Mr. Steven R. Wierzbicki Class of 2006 Mr. Joseph M. Christie Mr. Nicholas R. Vargas
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Honorary Gifts In Honor of Mike Anderson’s 61st Birthday
In Honor of Shirley Fretti’s 80th Birthday A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. David Reed Mrs. Linda J. Andrejko In Honor of Kate Balzer Ms. Virginia Apler-Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Timothy I. Martindale Mrs. Maryanne Banks Ms. Esther Bloom In Honor of Dan O’Brien Mrs. Anne E. Braman Quality & Manufacturing Team at Whirlpool Mrs. Marie A. Cassady Ms. Patricia Clark Mrs. Joseph C. Fretti Ms. Ann R. Goldman Ms. Jane A. Hella
Ms. Carole Higgins Mrs. Jane S. Holtan Mrs. and Joan D. Kent Mrs. Barbara Lasker Ms. Louise C. McGrath Ms. Lillian Ridgeway Ms. Sue Spahn Mrs. Nancy Sperling Mrs. Judy A. Spindler Ms. Diane L. Swansburg Mrs. Dolores R. Talbot
Memorials Missy Anderzack Gary and Tricia Yunker Mr. Richard M. Barchick Ballas Buick GMC Jim and Judi Carnes Tom Ehret and Barb Bruce Denny and Verena Frisch Mr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Goldstein The Gomach Family Rick and Joni Hillman Mrs. Marsha A. Hunter Mark, Kathy and Matt Johnson Marcie and Bruce Kaminski James and Deborah Kramer Rick and Cheryl Macek Mr. John Paszek Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rose James and Mary Tita Family Pam Ulrich Gregory Wagener Mrs. Martha Beck Dennis P. Beck Mr. Kevin F. Campbell Mr. Arthur C. Lynch Ms. Mary E. Doyle Mr. Jeff E. Cooley Tim and Maureen Martindale
Carol Jean Geracioti A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mike and Carol Anderson Bryan, Alice, Elizabeth and Laura Catherine Essary Anna Marie, Paula, Kathy, John, Greg and Kim Sally Giauque Mrs. Mary Gray Murray Stein, Ariel Lang and INTRUST Nathalie Louviaux Margaret Moore North, Pursell and Ramos, PLC Dr. and Mrs. Peter J Reilly June Roshe The co-workers of David Geracioti Betty and Tom Straub Patricia Watkins Jo Ann Winzeler Peter R. Graham Sarah S. Graham Mrs. Irene Haxton Thomas Schlachter Robert A. Huebner Don and Andonia Lynam Mr. John Hunter John and Chris Alexander
Mr. Jacob L. Fritsch St. Francis de Sales High School
Jeanne Hylant Schoen Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Floyd
Mr. Michael Anthony Gbur The Schuldt Family
Robert E. Hylant Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Floyd Eric J. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Floyd
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Mr. Bruce Lemon Barbara and John Brennan Nancy Maksym A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Mr. and Mrs. Norman Caddell Mr. Mark Mongeon Mr. George F. Rizik, II Mr. Mark A. Rasmus Arrowhead Park Association Richard Salem Tomahawk Development Ms. Beverly Reed Kathryn and Norm Craig Mrs. Elizabeth Ruszkowski Mrs. Patricia Hubay Mrs. Jeraldine Secor Kathryn and Norm Craig Paul P. Szymanski Jean Voegeli Mr. Donald R. Thompson Suzanne Thompson and Ruth Thompson Mr. Samuel Tibbs Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Joyce Polly Hylant Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Floyd Mr. Frank J. Wilcox Kay Rasmus Ms. Frances Winckowski Theodore T. and Suzanne Hahn
Legacy Cicle A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit Dr. and Mrs. James A. Adams ’72 Mr. James R. Adams ’39† Mrs. James R. Adams Mr. Frank Adamshick† Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Ahlfors Mr.† and Mrs. Mark Anderson ’75 Mr. James G. Ayres† Mary Frances Bechtel Estate † Mr. Michael Billmaier ’71 Mr.† and Mrs. Wilmer J. Blanchard, Jr. ‘33 Mr. Alvin F. Borer ’27† Mr. Raymond J. Borer ’25† Mr. William J. Borer ’31† William J. ’69 and Mary M. Brennan Helen Catherine Callahan Estate† Mr. William A. Claus ’14† Joseph Czernicki Estate† Patrick E. Daly, M.D. ’78 Mr. James E. Davis ’70 Mr. Cormac Delaney ’32† Mr.† and Mrs. Ronald V. Dermer Mr. and Mrs. John Didion Mr. John M. Donofrio† Mr. Nikolaus A. Drescher ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Faist Mr. John M. Flynn ’34† Mr. and Mrs. George J. Forrester ’33† Doris M. Fox Estate † Mary Lou Fox Carl J. Furrer Estate† Mr. Francis Garrigan ’30† Barbara M. and Willis† Garwood John G. Gillespie Estate† Norman Girardot ’33†
Ben Glowacki ’14 Estate† Mr. George S. Graff ’35 Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Gribbin ’18† Michael Helvey ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Hertzfeld Virginia Hood Estate† Rich and Chris Iott Mrs. Joseph Jarosi† Francis X. ’35† and Marie C. Kerscher James Konicki ’69 Estate† Mrs. Frederick J. Kountz † John Kountz Estate† Mr. and Mrs. Tom ’86 and Paula Kraus Ronald L. Langenderfer† Colleen Langenderfer Kevin P. Lent ’83 Mr. Leon I. Louviaux ’31† W. G. Lyden III Samuel and Carol Mattoni Elizabeth L. McDonough Estate and Trust† Frances N. McPhee† The Hon. Richard McQuade and Mrs. Jane McQuade Mr. Donald G. Mertes Betty C. Meilink Estate† Mrs. Karen (Andrew) Merrels Daniel L. Metzger ’76 Walter J. Meyer ’36 Estate† Wayne and Linda Milewski Dr. Terence and Carol Mohler Mr. Robert F. Monti Henry Morse Estate† Harold K. Mossing Estate† Mrs. Ruth L. Muckenhirn† Mary Margaret Murray† Joseph T. and Deborah K. Nachtrab
Paul W. Nachtrab ’38† The Gary Nickel Family William H. Niemiller ’28 Estate† Joseph and Annie O’Leary John D. Obee ’32† Richard Oswald ’39 Estate† Mr. Robert E. Perry ’33† Clara Pozniak Estate† Mrs. Leroy Rodgers Alta Rollins Estate† Elizabeth J. Ruszkowski Estate† Rt. Rev. Jerome E. Schmit ’28† Jeanne H. Schoen Estate† Mr. Richard H. Schoen† Richard F. Schoen ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Slayton Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Slayton ’85 Mr. Michael C. Snyder ’76 Mr. Robert W. Stappler ’71† Harvey P. Steinbauer ’25 Estate† Mr. Joseph M. Steinbauer ’80 Mr. Francis Sullivan ’39† Mr. Stephen Taylor Bernard L. Thomas ’32 Estate† Thomas W. Tripp ’78 Leo B. Walker Trust† Dr. and Mrs. F. Michael Walsh Clarence A. Weinandy ’25 Mr. Joseph L. Wetli ’24† Mr. Francis A. Williams ’27† Mr. Raynald A. Wolsiffer ’25† Mathew M. Yanik ’92 Ernest J. Zammit† Cecilia Zarembski Estate† Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Zimmerman
Estates James Konicki Estate Joe Czernicki Estate Raymond J. Gates Estate
Carl J. Furrer, Jr. Estate Francis X. Kerscher Trust Henry Morse Estate
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Businesses and Organizations The Andersons Inc. Arakyta Automatic Handling Intl. Automation & Control Technologies Barefoot Wealth Management Barkan & Robon, LTD. Bartlett & Co. Buckeye Telesystem Buzz Book Case Medical, Inc. Charitable Gift Fund Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus Cisco/Computershare ContXt Corp. Creative Oxygen Designetics, Inc. Devonshire Fund Group, LLC Dr. Steven R. Fudge, DDS Dunbar Mechanical, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fifth Third Bank First Quality Industrial, LLC Florian Insurance Agency, Inc. Floyd/Harshman Scholarship Fund Foreman Irrigation & Supply G-2000, Inc. Gilmore, Jasion & Mahler H.O.T. Graphic Services, Inc. Hanson, Inc. Health Care REIT, Inc.
Heidtman Steel Products, Inc. The Hubbard Company Hylant Group Inc. Jocarno Fund Kevaworks, Inc. KeyBank Kiemle-Hankins Company Kroger Lafferty, Gallagher & Scott LLC Le Petit Gourmet The Lyden Company Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. McNerney & Sons, Inc. Merrill Lynch Metzgers Printing + Mailing Meyer Hill Lynch Mid America Sports Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus Miller Diversified Inc. Morgan Stanley MT Business Technologies, Inc. Muller Pipe Organ Co., Inc. Net Effects Connect LLC Northwest Electrical Contracting Inc. Old National Bancorp Owens Corning Paramount Health Care/ProMedica PediatriCare Associates The Pienta Family ProMedica Health System
Rehmann Robert Slayton & Associates Inc. Savage and Associates, Inc. Savage-McVicker Insurance, Inc. Sawicki Realty Co. Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick Sign Pro of Toledo, LLC Signature Bank, N.A. SJS Investment Services Slayton Search Partners, Inc. Sofo Foods St. John’s Jesuit Community St. John’s Jesuit Mothers Club St. Patrick of Heatherdowns St. Ursula Academy State Farm Insurance Taylor Automotive Group Team Sports, Inc. The Toledo Blade Toledo Fence & Supply Company Toledo Football Academy Toledo Orthopaedic Surgeons True North Holdings, Inc. UnitedHealth Group University of Toledo The VAS-KO Co. Inc. Weber Obrien Ltd. Wells Fargo Advisors Whelco Industrial Ltd.
Matching Gift Companies The Abbott Laboratories Fund Anderson Foundation The Andersons Inc. AT&T Bank of America Matching Gifts The Boeing Gift Matching Program BP Matching Fund Programs Chevron Matching Grants Program Citizens Charitable Foundation Dana Corporation
Dow Chemical Company Eaton Corporation Fidelity Foundation FirstEnergy Foundation GE Foundation GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Grainger IBM Corporation KeyBank Kraft Foods Matching Gifts Program
Morgan Stanley & Co., Inc. Owens Corning Foundation Owens-Illinois, Inc. PPG Industries Foundation Scripps Howard/Matching Gift Steelcase Foundation U.S. Bancorp Foundation Winzeler Stamping Company
Foundations A Friend of St. John’s Jesuit AMG Charitable Gift Foundation Anderson Foundation Eugene and Eleanor Harms Foundation Frederick S. Upton Foundation John C. Bates Foundation
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Lorraine and John Langdon Foundation Msgr. Jerome E. Schmit Youth Foundation Owens Corning Foundation Thaman Family Foundation The Carl H. and Anne D. Hirsch Family Charitable Foundation The Gorski Family Foundation
The Iott Foundation The Pilliod Foundation The Saint Paul Foundation Thomas K. and Paula K. Kraus Family Foundation Toledo Community Foundation, Inc.
Scholarship Endowments Scholarship Endowments provide lasting and permanent funding for student financial assistance. Contributions to any of these funds can be made through the Advancement Office. New scholarship endowments can be created with a gift or pledge of $10,000 or more. For more information, please contact Brett Loney, Vice President for Advancement at 419-720-0765, or email@example.com. New endowed scholarships are represented in BOLD. Advanced Control Solutions, Inc. Scholarship John Alexander Memorial Scholarship Alumni Memorial Scholarship Alumni Scholarship for Alumni Sons Harold and Margaret Anderson Memorial Scholarship Thomas H. Anderson Christian Leadership James Areddy Memorial Scholarship George Ballas Scholarship Richard M. Barchick Scholarship Clarence E. and Mary Frances Bechtel Scholarship Megan Beck Scholarship Fred Beier Scholarship Fr. Henry F. Birkenhauer, S.J. Scholarship Adolph Borer Scholarship Stephen Brahier ’76 Memorial Scholarship John Braucher Scholarship Brigode Family Science Scholarship Regis and H. Catherine Callahan Scholarship Carl L. Campbell ’33 Scholarship Class of 2005 Scholarship Class of 2006 Scholarship Class of 2007 Scholarship Class of 2008 Scholarship Class of 2009 Scholarship Class of 1971 Scholarship Class of 1978 Scholarship Donald A. Coleman 2020 Scholarship Rick ’69 and Nancy Corbett Family Scholarship Clyde Dane and Dr. William Gleespen Scholarship Eugene and Hannah Davis Scholarship Dr. Carl Demarkowski Scholarship John F. Didion Scholarship David Doerr ’82 Memorial Scholarship Derek M. Doney ’98 Scholarship Driscoll-Ruland-Preusser Scholarship Raymond and Joseph Fadell Memorial Scholarship Oliver and Edna Fall Scholarship William Finn Memorial Scholarship Eric J. Floyd ’96 Scholarship Carty Fox Spirit of the Arts Scholarship William J. Fox Scholarship Fretti Family Scholarship Jacob Fritsch ’12 Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Virgil A. Gladieux Scholarship John Glynn Scholarship Urban Gradel ’29 Memorial Scholarship George R. and Marjory E. Graff Scholarship
Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Gribbin Scholarship Jason Gugger ’97 Scholarship Thomas Hart Scholarship Cheryl Heintschel Scholarship Dr. Carl P. Herkimer Scholarship Joshua Hertzfeld ’96 Scholarship John E. Hirzel Family Scholarship Holewinski and Knapik Memorial Scholarship Paul and Julie Holewinski Scholarship Ruth Hoy Memorial Scholarship Robert E. Hylant Memorial Scholarship Wally and Jeannette Iott Scholarship Janicki Family Scholarship for the Sciences Nicholas J. Jankowski ’93 Scholarship T. Jarosi ’71 Memorial Scholarship Jesuit Scholarship Joshua Scholarship Ryan Jurski ’98 Scholarship Phillip Karmol ’02 Scholarship Larry F. Kirian Scholarship Eddie Konicki ’73 Scholarship Frederick J. Kountz ’23 Scholarship Melvin A. Krieger ’33 Scholarship Frank E. and Ann M. Landry Scholarship Ronald R. Langenderfer Family Scholarship John and A. Libens Scholarship JF/OJ Marshall Fine Arts Scholarship Fr. Joaquin Martinez, S.J. Scholarship Fr. Robert J. McAuley, S.J. Scholarship Dr. E. J. McCormick Scholarship Terrence M. McCready ’92 Scholarship Harold and Helen McMaster Scholarship John Howard McNerney Memorial Scholarship
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Timothy Leo McQuade Memorial Scholarship Nancy Maksym Scholarship Gerard F. Mertes Scholarship Edward Mohler, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Moorjani Desai Memorial Scholarship Harold K. Mossing Scholarship Ruth McBain Niemiller Scholarship North American Science Association Scholarship William C. and Margery S. Oatis Scholarship Gary Oden ’70 Memorial Scholarship Bert and Victoria Olejownik Scholarship Hon. F. A. Pietrykowski Memorial Scholarship Pilliod Family Scholarship Dr. Cletus Grothjan and Frank T. Pizza Scholarship Charlene Puccetti Scholarship Mark Rasmus Scholarship Harry C. Richards Scholarship Bette J. Rimmelin Scholarship Geneva and Leroy Rodgers M.D. Scholarship Gill Rogers ’87 Memorial Scholarship Rumpf Family Scholarship Richard and Theresa Russell Scholarship
Edward L. Salay ’84 Scholarship John F. Savage Scholarship Leona Dolores Schier Sullivan Scholarship Msgr. Jerome E. Schmit Scholarship Richard H. Schoen Scholarship Kevin F. Smith Scholarship St. Aloysius Scholarship St. Joseph the Worker Scholarship Robert E. Stearns, III ’81 Man for Others Scholarship Rick Sullivan Minority Scholarship Fr. Charles Sweeney, S.J. Scholarship Paul P. Szymanski ’82 Memorial Scholarship Robert J. Taptich Scholarship Margaret Upton Trumbull Scholarship Fr. Don Vettese Toledo 2020 Scholarship Fr. Ted Walters, S.J. Scholarship Nicholas Robert Watkins ’03 Scholarship Martin J. Witherell ’73 Scholarship Fr. Paul A. Woelfl, S.J. Scholarship Frank N. H. Wong Scholarship Patricia E. Woodley Urban Education Scholarship Ernest Zammit Scholarship
General Endowments General Endowments provide ongoing and perpetual support for vital aspects of a St. John’s Jesuit education. Contributions to any of these funds can be made through the Advancement Office. New endowments can be created to support programs and faculty with a gift or pledge of $10,000 or more. For more information, please contact Brett Loney at 419-720-0765 or firstname.lastname@example.org. General Endowment Band Uniform Endowment Basketball Endowment Dan Butler ’84 TV-4 Endowment Christian Leadership Endowment Dr. Carl Demarkowski Faculty Endowment Fund Faculty Excellence Endowment Faculty Excellence Endowment Music Faculty Professional Development Endowment Football Endowment Mary and Jim Foote 2020 Endowment
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John G. Gillespie Memorial Endowment Jesuit Identity Endowment Chris Knight ’78 Academy Endowment Joseph Lemieux 2020 Endowment Rod McElroy Crew Endowment Henry L. Morse Endowment Toledo 2020 Operational Endowment Elizabeth and Jules Pilliod Endowment for the Arts Rev. Thomas Pipp, S.J. Ignatian Endowment Fr. Charles Sweeney, S.J. Science Faculty Endowment
St. Johnâ€™s Jesuit 2012 - 2013
Revenue and Expenses Revenue 2012-13
Expenses 2012 -13 Tuition Assistance 22%
Fundraising 12% Plant and Grounds 8% Endowment 8%
Tuition and Fees 77%
Expenses 2011 -12 Tuition Assistance 22%
Plant and Grounds 10% Tuition and Fees 70%
Names in italics have given five or more consecutive years.
We appreciate the thousands of benefactors and have attempted to list all gifts from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013. If we have missed your name or your business, we sincerely apologize. Please contact Rita Hayes, Director of Annual Giving with any corrections, at 419-720-0759 or email email@example.com
Gift Giving Did you know you can also extend your support for St. John’s Jesuit by including us in your will or other estate plans? It’s called gift planning. Visit www.sjjtitans.org and click on “Giving” for more information.
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Reunion Giving 4’s & 9’s Look to Set the Bar! New challenge a great way for alumni to give current and future Titans the same opportunities they had...
Class Goals 1969 1979 1989 1999 2009
$45,000 $35,000 $25,000 $15,000 $5,000
1974 1984 1994 2004
$40,000 $30,000 $20,000 $10,000
Past Titans showing Current Titans the power of supporting Future Titans.
October 18 – SJJ Alumni Homecoming St. John’s Jesuit
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December 6 – Alumni Father/Son Night July 18 – Alumni Golf Outing July 19 – Alumni Summer Bash
Class Notes ’77
Barry VanderKelen ’77, executive director of the San Luis Obispo County Community Foundation (SLOCCF), has been elected chair of the League of California Community Foundations (LCCF), for 2013-14.
David M. Smigelski ’93 and Stephen M. Szuch ’98 have been named partners in the Toledo law firm Spengler Nathanson P.L.L. Mr. Smigelski practices in the areas of labor and employment law. Mr. Szuch maintains a broad family law practice.
’78 Richard A. Paat ’78 was inducted into the University of Toledo’s Medical Mission Hall of Fame in April. Dr. Paat has led more than 50 medical missions around the world. He went on his first medical mission in 1994 “as a way to give back” for the sacrifices his parents made that allowed him to become a physician, he said.
’79 Marc Lautenbach ’79 spoke at a Toledo Regional Growth Partnership event, “Innovation: Capturing Global Opportunity and Building Regional Growth.” He was appointed as the new President and Chief Executive Officer of Pitney Bowes Inc. as of December 2012.
David F. Uhl ’79 had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to present his canvas, “Chance Encounter,” to Pope Francis in June 2013. This stunning piece was commissioned by HarleyDavidson for a special project with The Vatican during the motor company’s 110th celebration in Rome. David’s depiction of a Vatican official curiously inspecting a 1948 Harley-Davidson FL “Panhead” will adorn 50,000 Vatican postcards, and Fine Art prints are now available in three sizes.
’95 Kevin S. Kirkwood ’95 is a member of the Broadway cast of the musical “Kinky Boots.” They won a Tony for best musical, and Kevin performed with the rest of the cast on television.
’02 Brandon D. Fields ’02 signed a four-year contract extension with the Miami Dolphins worth $13.3 million, making him the fifthhighest paid punter in the NFL. Brandon received the Dolphins nomination for the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
’03 Thomas Carr ’03 was named an assistant men’s basketball coach at East Tennessee State University in June 2013. Prior to joining the coaching staff at ETSU, Carr was a standout guard at Pfeiffer University and earned his sports management degree in 2008. He later coached as an assistant at Chipola College (200910) and Hargrave Military Academy (2010-11), before spending the 2012-13 season as head coach at George Washington High School in Danville, Va. Known for his skills in player development as well as his recruiting ties, ETSU head coach Murry Bartow described Carr as a rising star in the college coaching ranks. Zach Silka ’03 was named Director of External Relations at St. John’s Jesuit High School & Academy in May 2013. A 2007 graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, he plans to also pursue his Master of Business Administration degree in the Fall of 2013 at Bowling Green State University.
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Kyle L. Lauterhahn ’04 married Becky Greene on June 15, 2013 in Dayton, Ohio.
Charlie Baker ’09 has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to do an English Teaching Assistantship in Brazil. Charlie is a recent graduate of Ohio State University, where he majored in international studies. Fulbright grants offer one year of academic study, research, or teaching assistantship experience in more than 155 countries. Over 1,900 grants are awarded annually to increase mutual understanding between the U.S. and other countries.
’05 Don Weiher ’05 married Jessica Phillips on June 1, 2013 at Historic Church of St. Patrick in Toledo. Don graduated from Ohio State University’s Fisher School of Business and is now the VP of Small Business Banking at Bank of America.
’06 Andrew J. Heinrichs ’06 graduated summa cum laude from Ohio State University in 2010. He graduated from Capital University Law School in May 2013. He is planning to practice law (prosecution) and possibly pursue a career in the F.B.I.
’07 David Colturi ’07 claimed his first victory competing on the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series at an event in Malcesine, Italy, in July 2013. A former All-American diver at Purdue University, he began cliff diving in 2011 after he was discovered working as a stunt performer at Indiana Beach amusement park in Monticello, Indiana. He has since made a living leaping into open waters from heights of 65-90 feet at speeds upward of 65 mph. He is in his second full season on the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series tour, which this year has already featured dives off St. Nicholas Tower in La Rochelle, France, and the roof of Copenhagen Opera House in Denmark.
Zachary Crosser ’09 has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to examine the socioeconomic implications of sari-sari stores (small neighborhood stores offering single units of goods at low prices to low-income customers) in urban neighborhoods in the Philippines. Zachary is a recent graduate of Boston College and plans to pursue master’s degree in international development. His career aspiration is to work with international populations on projects to improve conditions in developing countries. Josh Konieczny ’09 competed as a member of the United States Rowing Team at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in LinzOttensheim, Austria in July 2013. He was a four-year competitor in rowing at St. John’s Jesuit, and it led him to competing in college for four years as a member of Dartmouth’s rowing team. He graduated earlier this year with a Bachelor’s degree in economics from Dartmouth.
February 1 – July 31, 2013 Hammond: Jacob Robert born to Nick Hammond ’01, February 2013
Muller: son born to Paul ’94 and Kathy Muller, April 7, 2013
Kirian: Hayes Wesley born to Greg ’96 and Jill Kirian, March 22, 2013
Orra: daughter born to Mussa ’02 and Alicia Orra, February 9, 2013
Esser: son born to Todd ’89 and Nicole Esser, April 16, 2013
Beham: daughter born to Wes ’99 and Amber Beham, June 6, 2013
Schak: Alexander born to Jeffrey ’05 and Andrea Schak, February 10, 2013
Korczynski: son born to Todd ’91 and Jill Korczynski, April 24, 2013
Mullan: Juliet Renee born to Kevin ’99 and Dani Mullan, June 10, 2013
Raitz: daughter born to John ’88 and Erin Raitz, February 10, 2013
Irelan: Emmett Fitz born to Matthew and Nicole Irelan, April 28, 2013
DePrisco: son born to David ’81 and Maura DePrisco, June 3, 2013
Stack: daughter born to Nick ’02 and Renee Stack, March 10, 2013
Burrow: daughter born to Craig ’00 and Julia Burrow, May 8, 2013
Jakubisin: Johanna Marie born to Gabriel (faculty) and Lauren Jakubisin, June 26, 2013
Butler: Ella Claire born to Nick ’01 and Janet Butler, March 18, 2013
Grosschedl: son born to Dan ’96 and Kristen Grosschedl, May 8, 2013
Lozar: Logan Patrick born to Katie (faculty) and Dave Lozar, July 15, 2013 FALL 2013
In Memoriam February 1 – July 31, 2013
Brian N. Hoeflinger: (former student) February 2, 2013 Irving A. Myers: father of Jeffrey A. (Nancy) Myers ’73, David I. Myers ’74, February 5, 2013 John J. Schuchmann Sr.: father of Benjamin Schuchmann ’70, February 11, 2013 Jeanne F. Carroll: widow of Senior Alumnus Thomas T. Carroll ’37, mother of Roger M. Carroll ’69 (deceased), Matthew J. (Margaret) Carroll ’70, Brian T. (Marcia) Carroll ’72, Peter B. (Connie) Carroll ’76, Kevin P. (Jerri) Carroll ’78, grandmother of Adam E. Zapiecki ’01, February 14, 2013 James F. Majo ’70: February 13, 2013 Mark A. Thon: brother of Andrew R. Thon ’90, brother-in-law of David P. (Amy) Thome ’83, uncle of Collin D. Thome ’16, March 2, 2013 Dorothy E. Wasielewski: mother of Glenn E. (Norine) Wasielewski ’74, grandmother of Nikolai E. Wasielewski ’09, Austin M. Wasielewski ’12, Kyle A. Wasielewski ’18, March 14, 2013 Joseph J. Planicka: father of Michael J. (Ruth) Planicka ’80, March 18, 2013 Patricia J. Lee: mother of Dirk F. (Kathlee) Swart ’74, Garret M. (Tammy) Swart ’79, Matthew J. (Jill) Swart ’81, March 23, 2013 Joseph P. Martin: father of Paul J. (Elizabeth) Martin ’77, Karl A. (Teresa) Martin ’78, March 27, 2013 Margaret Anne Scherting: mother of Andrew D. Scherting ’05, March 28, 2013 Mary F. Conklin: widow of Walter W. Conklin ’36, mother of Michael P. (Heidi) Conklin ’77, Timothy (Brenda) Conklin ’79, Mark J. (Mary) Conklin ’81, grandmother of Joshua L. (Michelle) Gwin ’93, Nicholas S. Gwin ’96, Adam D. Gwin ’00, March 29, 2013 Ralph P. Connolly, Jr.: father of R. Thomas (Carol) Connolly ’73, father-in-law of Mark E. (Callie) Nusbaum ’70, grandfather of Keith C. Nusbaum ’00, Colin C. Nusbaum ’03, Ryan T. Connolly ’05, Kevin D. Connolly ’09, April 3, 2013 Grace V. Mewhort: grandmother of Donald M. (Gail) Mewhort ’83, great grandmother of Jack Mewhort ’09, April 6, 2013 Robert J. Kolacki: father of Evan R. (Bobbie) Kolacki ’75, Dougals R. (Kristy) Kolacki ’83, April 7, 2013
Lucas M. Hassen: son of Robert E. (Judy) Hassen ’70, nephew of Richard A. (Margo) Hassen ’69, Russel H. (Linda) Hassen ’71, Michael F. (Pamela) Beyer ’87, cousin of Stephen M. Beyer ’14, Andrew R. Beyer ’18, April 13, 2013 Joseph J. Kielczewski: father of William J. (Jennifer) Kielczewski ’93, April 15, 2013 Gerald V. DePrisco: father of David T. (Maura) DePrisco ’81, Daniel S. (Renata) DePrisco ’84, April 16, 2013 Jeanne D. Reisbach: mother of Randall A. (Barbara) Reisbach ’76, April 20, 2013 Virginia Cedoz: mother of David G. (Charlie) Cedoz ’71, grandmother of Matthew T. Coy ’94, Bailey J. Cedoz ’15, April 21, 2013 Regina A. Kynard: mother of Glenn G. (Roxangela) Kynard ’96, April 21, 2013 Mary Pat Schoen: mother of Clifford A. Schoen ’69, Lawrence C. (Deborah) Schoen ’70, Charles D. (Catherine) Schoen ’75, Terrence J. (Janet) Schoen ’76, David G. (LeAnn) Schoen ’83, grandmother of Ryan L. Schoen ’92, Benjamin C. Schoen ’04, Thomas J. Shcoen ’06, James H. Schoen ’07, Jacob C. Schoen ’12, mother-in-law of Christopher J. (Susan) Anderson ’72, Daniel J. (Patti) McCartney ’82, April 21, 2013 Samuel J. Tibbs ’80: April 21, 2013
Harry L. Snyder: father of A. Joseph (Tammy) Snyder ’73, Mark A. (Amy) Snyder ’79, Scott A. (Connie) Snyder ’82, May 19, 2013 Frank L. Nagy: father of Thomas F. (Diane) Nagy ’75, Paul D. (Ellen) Nagy ’78, May 30, 2013 Beatrice A. Byrd: mother of Brian A. (Pamela) Byrd ’84, June 4, 2013 Joseph S. Tuma: father of Joseph C. (Tracy) Tuma ’80, Kenneth G. (Wendy) Tuma ’86, June 11, 2013 Mary C. Mather: mother of Gordon S. (Margaret) Mather ’78, June 11, 2013 James J. Glaser: father of Michael A. Glaser ’76, grandfather of Steven A. (Yachiyo) Jeska ’92, June 12, 2013 Lawrence V. Pfaender: father of James C. (Katrina) Pfaender ’60, Michael V. Pfaender ’69, grandfather of Nathan R. (Kristie) Dennis ’99, June 17, 2013 Joshua K. LaRoe ’07: June 17, 2013 Timothy M. Sheehan ’76: husband of Robin, brother of William P. (Margery) Sheehan ’74, June 11. 2013 Reginald Dixon: staff member, June 18, 2013 Marvin E. Carey: father of John M. (Jo Ellen) Carey ’98, June 23, 2013 Craig Bell: father of Daniel C. Bell ’01, June 22, 2013
Richard M. Barchick: grandfather of Stephen R. Barchick ’05, Matthew J. Barchick ’08, Daniel R. Barchick ’10, January 12, 2013
Karl L. Holubetz: father of Brian P. (Michelle) Holubetz ’84, Craig L. Holubetz ’87, Scott A. (Heather) Holubetz ’87, Patrick E. (Erika) Holubetz ’89, June 26, 2013
Charles E. Fleitz: father of Terry C. (Carrie) Fleitz ’74, April 23, 2013
William T. McNeal: father of Patrick A. (Linda) McNeal ’70, June 29, 2013
Joshua P. (Julianne) Kanary ’97: April 28, 2013
Kenneth W. Hall: father of Scott M. (Susan) Hall ’82, July 5, 2013
James A. King: father of Ian J. (Teresa) King ’91, May 8, 2013 Fr. Scott R. Carroll ’84: brother of Patrick D. (Annette) Carroll ’82, Timothy R. (Katherine) Carroll ’88, uncle of Nicholas J. Carroll ’14, May 10, 2013 William F. Brandel: father of William M. (Sue) Brandel ’73, uncle of Kenneth R. (Vicki) Bertka ’75, Robert A. Arthur ’75, May 11, 2013 Harry F. Schaller: father of Alexander W. (Thresa) Schaller ’86, Benjamin J. (Robin) Schaller ’87, Dale F. (Jacqi) Schaller ’89, May 15, 2013 Matthew T. Gidel ’05: May, 16, 2013
Bob Borcherdt: father of Robert D. (Judy Borcherdt ’82, July 12, 2013 Thomas R. Ketcham: father of Jeffrey R. (Victoria) Ketcham ’99, July 13, 2013 Mahlon E. Doyle ’36: July 21, 2013 Hedwig Stack: grandmother of Martin (Heather) Nowak ’89, Justin J. (Kelly) Syroka ’94, Nicholas T. (Renee) Stack ’02, Kyle A. Roberts ’03, greatgrandmother of Liam Glover ’17, July 18, 2013 Steven H. Solys ’76: July 20, 2013 Sandra L. Stapleton: mother of Matthew T. (Theresa) Stapleton ’88, July 28, 2013
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Rev. Scott R. Carroll ’84 (1966–2013)
The Rev. Scott R. Carroll ’84, who was ordained a priest of the Catholic Diocese of Toledo on May 8, 2013, passed away two days later after a long battle with cancer. He was 46. Bishop Leonard P. Blair ordained the transitional deacon a priest at his parents’ home with immediate family members present. He was named associate pastor of his home parish, St. Joseph in Maumee. The ordination Mass was concelebrated by the priests of St. Joseph parish, Frs. Keith Stripe and Kishore Kottana, and by the Diocese Vocations Director, Monsignor Charles Singler. Bishop Blair has asked that all the faithful of the Toledo Diocese continue to remember Fr. Carroll in their prayers. Fr. Carroll was due to be ordained with his classmates on June 22, but it became clear that an earlier ordination might be prudent, according to family. Born on Aug. 5, 1966 to Robert and the late Patricia Carroll, the priest is the step-son of Connie Carroll, and is also survived by his brothers Patrick ’82 and Tim ’88.
He studied education at the University of Toledo and went on to earn a Master’s degree in history there as well. He also attained a Master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Dayton and taught middle school social studies before entering seminary. Before finishing his studies at St. Meinrad Seminary in Indiana, Fr. Carroll had attended Holy Spirit Seminary. He did summer ministry at St. Paul in Norwalk and at his home parish, and did a pastoral year at St. Paul. In addition to teaching and history, Fr. Carroll was interested in 4-H and sports. He wrote on Toledo’s vocations website that “I consider the vocation of priesthood to be both the most demanding and rewarding thing that God could ever call me to do. It is my duty to find out if this is what is meant for me, to represent Jesus by teaching, learning and just being there for people.”
Ever Excelling as a Man for Others Dan Kennedy, n.S.J.’08 doesn’t just abide by the mottos of his high school and college alma maters, he lives them. ive him a mot to and he lives it.
“Men for Others” he embraced while in high school, and “ever to excel” was his college credo. Excelling at most of what he does, his personal journey to excellence includes following the path God has for him. Dan Kennedy, n.S.J. ’08, who just five short years ago said goodbye to being a lacrosse goalie, student body president, hockey team manager and the gamut of Christian Service volunteer opportunities at St. John’s Jesuit, took his quest for knowledge and discernment to Boston College. Just as he exemplified at SJJ, his four years at BC – “an amazing education,” says he – resulted in distinction.
Excellence is no understatement. Dano, as he is affectionately known, received the Rev. Edward H. Finnegan, S.J. Memorial Award — Boston College’s most prestigious senior honor given to the student who best exemplifies the spirit of BC’s motto, “Ever to Excel.” With majors in theology and philosophy, he intended to see if those inklings of a religious vocation considered during high school would bear out in college. “The hallmark of my BC experience was service learning,” Dano explains. “PULSE, one of the oldest service learning programs in the country, really shaped my time there.”
Completing his first year as a Jesuit novice deepened his sense of being where God has called him. Under the director of novices whom he knows well from St. John’s Jesuit, Fr. Tom Pipp, S.J., Dano’s days are ones of study and service. “test of your trust in the Lord’s providence: being sent International immersion experiences, like his out for 30 days with $35 and a one-way bus ticket to high school trips to Guatemala, prompted his reflection. experience life on the margins.” College mission trips to Belize and Mexico made him From New Orleans to Atlanta and back, Dano question: “What have I been doing since Guatemala? says “you build your trust in God. Choosing to be poor, What am I doing for Christ? Am I doing all I can to you rely on God and the generosity of others. I learned alleviate the plight of those on the margins of society?” there are so many kind, hospitable people who have Questions like this and more “intense no home of their own or have very conversations with the vocations modest means.” director” led Dano to his next step Dano’s second year as a novice on life’s journey: the Jesuit novitiate. is just unfolding. More Spanish “You can’t make a As an article in the Boston Globe instruction “so we can be missioned noted about this summa cum laude, difference in the world where the needs are” and more classes Phi Beta Kappa, BC graduate and on the Society. “There is time for Finnegan winner, most with those by sitting in your room. prayer and relaxation. A novice needs to credentials “tend to go to big-top see himself living this life for the long grad schools, Wall Street, overseas When it comes to social haul.” Then it’s more service –six weeks fellowships. Kennedy is planning to in South America. give away his computer, recycle his justice, whatever your On this particular day in midBlackberry, and move to a modest August, Dano was preparing to greet communal house in St. Paul, abilities as an individual, the first year novices “to make them Minnesota. feel welcome.” As Fr. Pipp says, “Dano He will get $80 a month they are never as has a generosity that attracts people to for incidentals. He will have no He is patient and much loved by romantic relationships. He will strong as your ability to him. both the sisters who run the program go where his superiors ask, and for the Somali women as well as the do what they ask him to do.” work in a community. older Jesuits he helped at the Completing his first year as retirement center.” a Jesuit novice deepened his sense Your efforts must be In an interview with the Boston of being where God has called College newspaper, Dano had this to him. Under the director of novices in a larger context, say about the way in which he goes whom he knows well from St. about life: “You can’t make a difference John’s Jesuit, Fr. Tom Pipp, S.J., because it is through in the world by sitting in your room. Dano’s days are ones of study relationships with others When it comes to social justice, and service. whatever your abilities as an individual, “While here we are encouraged that we become they are never as strong as your ability to think about the realities of to work in a community. Your efforts having a spouse, family life, fruitful human beings.” must be in a larger context, because it is children,” he said. “The novitiate is through relationships with others that not meant to keep you from where – Dan Kennedy, n.S.J. ’08 we become fruitful human beings.” you are meant to be. There is grace, And his life of faith is a being consoled, being called. God demonstration of joy. He says of role models like has a way of directing us in our humanity. You learn Frs. Don Vettese, Frank Canfield and Tom Pipp, “I have to pay attention to those leadings.” been fortunate to have great models of Jesuit life in And, while the life of a novice is one of high school, and at BC. I have been able to know discernment and prayer, there is also work. Studying great men of faith, good humor and joy – and I can’t Spanish, considering the Jesuit constitutions and stress enough the ‘joy’ part.” growing in understanding of The Society of Jesus has And speaking of joy, how does he feel about the been coupled with his teaching English to Somali Church having a Jesuit pope? “It really isn’t so much women immigrants in Minneapolis. Six weeks were that he’s a Jesuit,” he says, “It’s that he is the right man devoted to a Jesuit retirement community “finding for this time.” Come to think of it, we could say that Christ in those moments.” A 30-day silent retreat, of Dano as well. one of the mainstays of Jesuit life, and then a real
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to decide where he would be going to high school, it was an obvious choice. Mr. Hanna’s mother’s cousin, J. Norman McDonough, was a 1927 graduate of St. John’s High School and a 1931 graduate of St. John’s College in Toledo. He served as an English instructor at St. John’s College from 1932-33 and later was the dean of the St. Louis University law school. “Growing up, all I ever heard about was St. John’s and the Jesuits,” Mr. Hanna recalled. “There was no question where I’d go to high school.” But that’s not where the story ends. At the passing of Mr. McDonough’s wife, Beth, St. John’s Jesuit received a bequest for the renovation of the Chapel, which in turn allowed for the creation of the McDonough Chapel – a small chapel located behind the larger Chapel of St. John Berchmans. “The original Chapel looked like a closet,” Mr. Hanna said. “But after the renovation, the new Chapel is beautiful.” After visiting SJJ in April of 2013, Mr. Hanna reflected on how he could best leave a lasting legacy at his alma mater. He had just suffered a heart attack one month prior to his visit, and as a result he had begun updating his estate plans.
“That was the impetus,” Mr. Hanna said of his health scare. “When thinking about how we’d be able to help, my family improved the look of [the Chapel] and now I just want to help maintain it. “As a way of ensuring that the chapel will continue to be able to serve the Jesuit priests teaching at, and the students and alumni of, St. John’s Jesuit, I have specifically included funds to maintain the chapel in our estate plans.” Mr. Hanna’s family ties to St. John’s Jesuit continue even to this day. Although he and his wife, Rae Ann, now live outside Kalamazoo, Mich., Mr. Hanna’s connection to SJJ remains through his niece, Jackie Karl-DeFrain, who participates in the Titans’ Marching Band. “I still believe the best education I ever received was at St. John’s,” Mr. Hanna said. “There’s just something about those four years there. Even though I went to the University of Toledo and later got a Master’s degree there, the things that I learned and still use today I think came from St. John’s and the Jesuits who were important in teaching me those lessons. “What I want to make sure is that others will have the same opportunity to learn like I did and take advantage of it.”
For more information on how you can include St. John’s Jesuit in your estate plans, contact Brett Loney ’88, Vice President for Advancement, at 419-720-0765 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Unconditional Givers Alumni parents John & Dawn Christy continue to support SJJ as members of the President’s Council and do so by designating their gifts to the We Are SJ Annual Fund. s newcomers to the Toledo area
in 1996 with no previous ties to Northwest Ohio, John and Dawn Christy knew that good schools were very important for their young family. They settled in Ottawa Hills as a beautiful place to live with a well-respected school system to boot. Education continued to play an important role as their children reached high school age, and the Christy’s opted to look into St. John’s Jesuit and several other private schools in the area. What they quickly discovered was SJJ offered the right blend of academic excellence, extracurricular opportunities and a commitment to service and spiritual development. “After comparing the results of our research, there was no question that St. John’s was the right place for our sons,” said Mr. Christy, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary at Owens Corning. “It combined an exceptional academic curriculum with a diverse mix of incoming students that would challenge our sons socially as well.” After their son James ’09 enrolled at SJJ and later Andrew ’10, the Christy’s discovered two reasons why SJJ is such a special place. “We found the instructors to be very open and caring life mentors for our sons, in addition to providing academic challenges in the classroom,” Mr. Christy said. “This proved particularly true in the case of retreats and the Guatemala service trip during the summer after junior year.” That caring mentorship was also highlighted in the second aspect of the St. John’s experience that proved especially valuable for the Christy’s sons. “The St. John’s motto of creating Men for Others proved to be one of the most rewarding aspects of our sons’ high school experience,” Mr. Christy explained.
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“The service concept of caring for and giving to others was woven into every aspect of the academic and extracurricular calendar. “It has become an important aspect of our sons’ ongoing commitment to making a difference wherever they go and whatever they do, and we give large credit to the thought process that was instilled in them as a result of their development as young men at St. John’s.” Now that their sons have graduated from SJJ and moved on to college – James, a Dartmouth College graduate, and Andrew, a senior at Northwestern University where his sister, Caroline, graduated – the Christy’s have continued their financial support of St. John’s Jesuit as members of the President’s Council. The Christy’s have made the choice to make unrestricted gifts to the We Are SJ Annual Fund, meaning their support goes directly to the areas of most need at St. John’s Jesuit. “We’re not educators and we respect the administrators at St. John’s. They know much better than us where the funds need to be spent,” Mr. Christy said. As for why they continue to support SJJ as alumni parents? “Our sons’ experience at St. John’s was such a positive experience, and we feel it’s important to give back to what we believe in,” Mrs. Christy said. “As we continue to watch our sons grow up, the more and more impressed we are with the training and education they received here.” Added Mr. Christy: “We can think of no better way to combine our appreciation for what St. John’s has provided to our family with our desire to give back to the community that has come to mean so much to us, than to provide funds annually to enhance the ability of St. John’s to deliver a quality high school education to other members of the Toledo community.”
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Title Sponsor Taylor Automotive Group – Stephen Taylor II ‘94
Tournament Sponsor The Hylant Group – John McDermott ’79
Course Sponsor Le Petit Gourmet – Jason Dzierwa ‘92 Sign Pro of Toledo – Matt Van Koughnet ’92 Metzger – B.J. Claus ’81 H.O.T. Graphic Services – Greg Reece ’91 Myron Shapiro ’01 Team Sports – Dave Glore ’81 Savage & Associates – Sean Savage ’88
Arakyta Fifth Third Bank – Dave Koenig Northwest Electrical Contracting, Inc. Savage-McVicker Insurance, Inc. – Scott McVicker SJS Investment Consulting – Scott Savage ’82 The Vask-ko Co. Inc. – Nick DeMarco ’83 Toledo Fence & Supply Company – Matt, Erik ’98 & Owen ’00 Tracy Mike Truesdell – President St. John’s Jesuit St. Ursula Academy The Hubbard Company Creative Oxygen DePrisco Financial, LLC - David DePrisco ’81 Macino Financial Services – David Macino ’74 Merrill Lynch – Jaime Happ ’90 MT Business Technologies – Ricoh Sola Salon Studios – Kevin Lent ’83 Pipe Solutions Ltd. – Rick Hinojosa
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For more information or to RSVP for this event, contact Director of Alumni Relations Nick Butler ’01 at nbutler @ sjjtitans.org or 419-720-0760.
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