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A Procession of Gratitude Brother Ronald Hingle, S.C. by Brother Bernard Couvillion, President

The cover photo shows Brother Ronald Hingle, Principal, leading the 2011 graduating class from the SSC campus to its commencement exercises. With this one picture, the cover tells the lead story in this annual report: on May 28, 2011 Brother Ronald accompanied his fifteenth and final graduating class to the successful award of an SSC diploma. In the 157 years of St. Stanislaus’ history, only two school leaders were here for more time. Neither of those served fifteen interrupted years. Brother Stanislaus Keating Brother Peter Basso Brother Ronald Hingle Brother Florimond Pauble Brother Lee Barker Brother Ronald Talbot Brother Alexis Klee

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Brother Ronald’s unprecedented tenure of leadership at St. Stanislaus as assistant principal, principal, and president has been a procession of extraordinary service and historic accomplishments. His educational legacy is remarkable: more varied and challenging academic offerings and university acceptances, a tone of discipline adapted to adolescents of today, and a renewed campus ministry and service program. After the devastation of Hurricane Katrina – side by side with Brother Ronald Talbot – he showed faith and fierce determination in putting the school year 2005-2006 back into gear in two short months. As if that was not enough, in order to accommodate students trickling back to school throughout the hurricane year, he completely rescheduled courses three times. After the destruction, Brother Ronald’s longsuffering collaboration with government agencies bore fruit; SSC received grants of over twelve million dollars for campus reconstruction, and more is promised by virtue of his insistent and painstaking recordkeeping. A new band hall and pier, a transformed dormitory, as well as a state-of-theart dining hall linked to the other buildings by arched walkways and a signature clock tower have transformed the look and feel of the campus. Although the recovery placed enormous demands on him, he never lost sight of what SSC is all about: helping adolescent boys grow into Christian men. They felt his love and knew his high expectations. At his final student body mass, they gave him a heartwarming and lengthy standing ovation. Nothing this article says could mean more to him than that demonstration of genuine gratitude by the students at the center of his personal mission and vocation. In the following procession of reflections, colleagues who came to know him well through years of close work with him describe the personality of the man who shaped SSC for a generation. Erich Hoffer, social studies teacher and coach, said, “Brother Hingle had a profound impact on not only my teaching career, but on my life. When I think of him, I think of kindness and a man willing to be a true servant leader who loves others more than himself ... a true example of Christ. I am humbled and gratified that I get to carry on the mission of the Brothers, which was exemplified to me daily in the life of Brother Ronald Hingle.” “During my thirty-five years at St. Stanislaus, serving as a teacher, administrator and alumni director, and ministering with over a dozen Principals in the process,” said Susan Estrade, “few men, have impacted my work and my life to the degree that Brother Ronald has. During his years at St. Stanislaus, Brother Ronald dealt with numerous challenging situations, and he always did so with the greatest care and compassion. I understand our mission much more clearly because of the love, the guidance and the care that he provided to me and my work at St. Stanislaus.”

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Mick Quinlan, senior guidance counselor, adds, “His incredible saint-like patience and persistence – the way he would ‘keep on keeping on,’ especially Senior Leadership Breakfast with FEMA and all its surprises Student Handbook over so many years – became an inspiration to me whenever I started Honors Diploma to lose my patience with a person Online Grading and Assignments or a situation. “During my six years School Uniforms directing the residency program we Academic Letter Jackets would occasionally have to make 150th Anniversary Festivities the tough decisions to let a student Rockin’ the Globe go. Every single time on every sinExpanded collaboration with OLA gle student, Brother Ronald would PRO’s Camp Overnight Stay review the entire history of that Open House student with me to make sure that we did everything possible to keep him in the fold. In that process with each student, he spent great amounts of time counseling the student and his family.”

Brother Ronald’s SSC Legacy

Fred Cherota, colleague of Brother Ronald through all fifteen years, describes Brother’s impact on him. “All I can really say is that I love the man. He embodies, for me, the ministry of the Brotherhood. I watched him evangelize those around him, by example. This encouraged me to be better at my own ministry at SSC. He did so much, and for so many. He seemed untiring, always available, and committed to the truth of our all being children of God. “Brother Ronald personified the Brotherhood’s Rule of Life, its essence, its heart. He extended his commitment for saving the endangered young, to all of God’s children, of any age. He seldom waved the Brotherhood or Catholicism as a banner. He did, however, show the way, The Way. The Sacred Heart of Jesus – compassion, love, and service – were the traits I saw in him. Brother Ronald Hingle is a living sacrifice. What Jesus chose to die for, had to die for, Brother Ronald chooses to live for, everyday. I miss seeing him.” “His creativity is off the charts,” says Campus Minister Adrienne Quinlan, “I’ve seen him create beautiful prayers, prayer services and presentations to small and large groups, always appropriate for the time, place and audience. His stamina is, to me, his greatest gift from God. I also know first-hand that he will lay down his life for anyone. I literally thought I was sending him to his death when I told him about the families stranded in the cafeteria on the verge of drowning [during Hurricane Katrina]. He did not hesitate to take off into the storm to bring them to safety.” Each of the graduating seniors walking behind Brother Ronald in the cover photo could give his own testimony of the ways Brother Ronald marked his life; many have. A particularly eloquent grad of the Class of 1998 wrote a personal valedictory note (see inset) to Brother Ronald that echoes the words of many of the students whose lives he touched. The mother of a grad, Susan P. Shimp, expresses the gratitude of many parents; she wrote to me as soon as she heard of Brother Ronald’s transfer. “Although happy for his assignment for him, I am very sad to see him go from SSC. My son graduated in 2000, and I

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feel that both Brother Hingle and Brother Talbot were great influences for the education and ‘character’ that SSC emphasizes. Brother Hingle was always and is a beacon of light for SSC. He always thought of the positive aspects of the way students should carry themselves and continued to encourage them with a positive outlook on their standards in life after they left. He was always very interested in the students, both while at SSC and afterwards. He was always caring and made you feel that he was truly interested. SSC is the beneficiary of the knowledge, caring, and work that Brother Ronald Hingle gave of himself. He will be missed dearly.” I give the last word to Brother Ronald Talbot, Provincial, who worked closely with Brother Ronald Hingle as preceding Principal and President: “Brother Ronald Hingle arrived at St. Stanislaus fully committed to the ongoing growth and improvement of SSC. He poured his heart and his soul into this endeavor. While there are many visible and lasting signs of this commitment, what impressed me the most was his dedication to the students. While insisting on accountability, good conduct, and adherence to Christian values, his first concern was always the good of the individual. “He took and made time for students. He attended many, if not most, student activities. His interactions with individual students were marked by caring, concern, listening, and counseling. He drove buses so students could attend activities. He frequently accompanied injured students to the emergency room. He visited students in the hospital, and if need be, even spent the night at the request of the medical staff. The good of the students always came first. “His deep concern for students was never more evident than during Hurricane Katrina, when he spent countless hours and sleepless days to see that our international students were reunited with their families. Brother Ronald left St. Stanislaus much more tired than when he arrived, but he remained just as committed and was much more deeply invested. St. Stanislaus and its students have benefited from the dedication of a man who is tirelessly energetic, highly talented, deeply caring, and truly focused on sharing the love of the Sacred Heart with those he serves.”

On the Cover Brother Ronald Hingle, S.C. escorts the class of 2011 from the Alumni Clock Tower to the OLG church for graduation on May 25, 2011.

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Presidents of St. Stanislaus College Br. Basile Vamable Br. Athanasius Faugier Br. Florimond Pauble Br. Athanasius (N.O.) Br. Odon Celle Br. Florimond Pauble Br. Gabriel Granger Br. Florimond Pauble Br. Stanislaus Keating Br. Florimond Pauble Br. Justin Roche Br. Osmond Bagnol Br. Stanislaus Keating Br. Isidore Balmadier Br. Felix Hoffman Br. Stanislaus Keating Br. Isidore Balmadier Br. Berchmans Roy Br. Lambert Fairfield Br. Macarius Pierce Br. Peter Basso Br. William Sharkey Br. Peter Basso Br. Casimir Piskorowski Br. Peter Basso Br. Alexis Klee Br. Celsus Craffey Br. Roland Smith Br. Hugh Ponthieux Br. Roland Smith Br. Pierre St. Pierre Br. Hubert Bonnette Br. Mark Thornton Br. Celestine Alegro Br. Paul Montero Br. Donnan Berry Br. Ronald Talbot Br. Ronald Hingle Br. Bernard Couvillion

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Art for the Ages St. Stanislaus is excited to announce the generous gift of long time coast artist and Class of 1955 graduate, Gerald Bienvenu. Mr. Bienvenu, who has been a successful watercolor artist for over 60 years, has donated his entire collection of artwork to St. Stanislaus. The collection includes over 80 original pieces, several thousand prints and equipment used in framing. His intentions are for SSC to use the artwork in fundraising Chris Mensi, Advancement Director with endeavors as well as educational Gerald Bienvenu and Brother Bernard purposes in the art classes. “This is a very important gift to the college, and I want to thank Gerald for his generosity,” Bro. Bernard Couvillion said. “We are very proud of Mr. Bienvenue’s accomplished artistic career and want our students to know his life’s work. And we are taken by his generosity, his affability, and his love for his alma mater.” Recently, Mr. Bienvenu visited SSC to sign and number his artwork. During his visit he expressed his love of St. Stanislaus and eagerness to help the school by giving back through a career that has brought him renowned recognition as a prominent watercolor artist. He hopes that students who are interested in art can learn from his works and experiences as an artist to help them develop an appreciation and love for a passion that has given him such a successful career. We would like to thank Mr. Bienvenu for the generous gift of his incredible works of art. During summer renovations, various works have been hung to brighten the decor of the school. Additionally, works are in progress to make the prints available for purchase at various local art galleries as well as SSC charitable events.

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A Letter from the President Dear Alumni, Parents, and Friends, In this Annual Report you can see pictures of the renovated Resource Center, whose complete overhaul was this year’s major improvement project in the heart of the school’s academic building. The painting was done by the Building and Grounds staff and student workers under the direction of Mr. Freddy West. The renovation was coordinated by Mrs. Nora Wikoff, mother of a junior, a freshman, and a seventh-grader. New carpet was funded by a grant from the Pugh Family Fund at the Community Foundation of Acadiana and a gift from Mr. Billy Jacks ’51 in memory of Mr. Arthur P. Loiacano ‘21. The following page has a photo of a small brass plaque dedicated to the memory of Arthur P. Loiacano ’21 near the statue of Saint Stanislaus—the only relic of the ground floor to survive Hurricane Katrina. In mounting that plaque, Chris Mensi, Advancement Director, revived a revered SSC tradition: posting the engraved names of those who helped build the school so that ongoing generations of students don’t take for granted what they have. There are forty-seven patrons and benefactors memorialized by brass plaques on the doors of the classrooms accessible from the Resource Center. Hundreds of students and teachers see them every day, several times a day, while moving from class to class. We’ve never given a test to find out how many names get etched in their teen-age minds; however, I’m certain that because of the plaques our students become aware over time that they inhabit a place built up and beautified by a 158-year-old culture of giving. The oldest grad engraved on a classroom door finished in 1900. The sparkle of the Resource Center showed up the dinginess of the doors, so this summer we had them all sanded and revarnished. I took on the task of polishing up the plaques, and in the process was filled with renewed gratitude and a desire to broadcast the memory of those memorialized. A box on the next page lists their names and gives you the occasion to remember them in gratitude and possibly in prayer. I would like to address to them and to all of you whose names are published in this Annual Report, the words our founder Andre Coindre wrote in 1818 to encourage the first 166 pledge holders whose names are found in the annals of the Brothers’ first establishment: “As patrons you shall receive information on the progress of both the institution and its students. You will benefit, during your life and after your death, from the prayers which they and their teachers raise every day to heaven for your generosity. You shall have the reassuring consolation of having made an enormous contribution to the material and spiritual wellbeing of young people. You shall have the glory of propagating sound doctrine and of encouraging religious fervor among youth. Finally, you shall be contributing at one and the same time to the glory of God, to the salvation of neighbor, to the interests of the establishment, and to the good of our nation.” (Andre Coindre, Prospectus of 1818) I have a permanent Thank You engraved in my heart for all you have done to make possible the good news we celebrate in our school and in this booklet. Your brother,

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Brother Bernard Couvillion, S.C. President


DEDICATION PLAQUES ON CLASSROOM DOORS Gift of Berchmans Wilbert, Sr. ‘23 Dr. and Mrs. Vincent N. Liberto ‘51 Francis and Carroll Grevemberg ‘68 Leo Seal, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kleinpeter ‘41 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Smith ‘45 Gerard LeBlanc and Alfred Lippman ‘56 Wilson Lepine ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Powell and Son In Memory of / In Honor of

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Norton Haas, Sr. ‘25 Alvin Genin ‘29 Roland Hymel, Sr. ‘24 Leon William and William Frasier Brother Hilbert Mooney, S.C. Sherwood R. Bailey, Sr. Leo W. Seal, Sr. Brother Leo Godin, S.C. Walter J. Schexnayder, Sr. Walter J. Schexnayder Jr. Henry Waguespack ‘00 Emilio Cué Althea Auderer Balaski Walter Gex Family Lix Frugé ‘22 Walter Gex, Jr. ‘24 Robert Everett Noel ‘19 Captain Wilson M. Montero, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Anatole Keller Arthur P. Loiacano ‘21

His Family Laurence J. Genin ‘62 Roland Hymel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Chapman Leo W. Seal, Jr. Eddie Dufresne, Jr. ‘56 Mrs. Walter J. Schexnayder Mrs. Walter J. Schexnayder Miss Rita Cué John Auderer Lucien M. Gex ‘25

Their Family Mr. Billy Jacks ‘51

Renovations to the Resource Center were made possible by a grant from the Pugh Family Fund of the Community Foundation of Acadiana

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Baseball Complex Renovations Thanks to the hard work and vision of Mr. Ronnie Artigues ’61, and the generosity of the Leo W. Seal Foundation combined with over forty additional donors, the SSC Baseball Complex has been fully renovated. Improvements include new dugouts, restrooms, concession stand, press box, and an indoor batting facility. Also, the field has been equipped with new drainage and sprinkler systems. This project which began last summer was finished just in time for the baseball season where the Rock’s went 16-9. The complex has also taken on a new look with the addition of a brick and wrought iron fence spanning the distance of the baseball field along Bookter St. with a new iron gate soon to be installed at the entrance. With the baseball field completed, work has now moved to the football complex. After the 2011 season, the home and visitor sides will switch. Currently, Mr. Artigues has laid the foundation for a new concession stand and restrooms near the field house and work will soon begin on the installation of new bleachers behind the current visitor side. Funding for these two projects will be provided through designated donations and proceeds from Rockin’ the Globe. Additional plans include the renovation to the old concession stand and restrooms which will take place after the current project is completed.

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St. Stanislaus

2010 Annual Report

A Legacy of Superlatives Jay Ladner The Brother Peter Gym has been the home of St. Stanislaus Basketball since 1971, but it wasn’t until 1991 that other nicknames evolved. Whether you know it as The Rock House or the home of Ladner’s Lunatics, one thing is certain, the Brother Peter Gymnasium was the second home for Jay Ladner for twenty years. In 1991, Jay Ladner stepped onto the St. Stanislaus Hardwood as the newly hired head basketball coach. With a passion and love of basketball and no formal coaching experience, Jay Ladner built the most successful basketball program in the school’s history. His coaching career ended on a high note when the Rock-A-Chaws took Jackson, MS by storm and won the 2011 MHSAA 4A State Championship. Throughout his tenure at SSC, Jay Ladner became the school’s all-time winningest coach, with an overall record of 490-189 in his twenty seasons. Within those years, Jay led the Rocks to eight division titles, sixteen trips to the postseason, sixteen 20-win seasons, eight 30-win seasons, record for most wins in a season with 34 (2011), 10 state tournament appearances, one Class 4A South State title, six Class 4A South State runnerup finishes and the 2011 Class 4A state championship. He was also named the Mississippi Association of Coaches boys basketball Coach of the Year in 2011. When asked about his departure from St. Stanislaus, Jay Ladner said, “This was the most difficult decision I have ever had to make. I am so humbled and grateful for the opportunity that was given to me by Brother Paul Montero twenty years ago. While I did grow up in Oak Grove, this very unique place has become home to me which made it so very difficult to leave. There is a uniqueness about SSC that just simply grows on you and becomes a part of you. The alumni, the players, my colleagues, the Brothers and the spirit are so unlike anywhere else. I have been blessed to have been a part of the mission and ministry of this wonderful place. SSC will forever be an integral part of my life. I will always be a Rock-a-chaw!” Chris Davis class of 1998 grad and friend of Jay Ladner claimed that “the thing that made coaching with him so special was the family atmosphere that existed within the program. No matter where Rock-a-Chaw teams played, there was sure to be a former player at the game cheering the current team on and coming back in the locker room to give encouragement. They did this because they have such pride for the uniform and they know that they owed the current team members the same support and transmission of Christian values that Coach Ladner gave them.” Gabe Willis, 2003 graduate and basketball player, added that “His presence was that of a father figure. He demanded excellence from us in all aspects of our life. He cared and still cares about us as young men, not just ballplayers.” SSC Alumni Association President and athletic historian, Joe Gex’88 commented that “Jay Ladner has been a tremendous example for not only his players but all students and alumni of St. Stanislaus. Beyond all the wins, Jay’s legacy will remain firmly entrenched with the motto he demanded all his players to live according to – God first, family second, academics third and all else fourth. That motto summed up who Jay Ladner is and what he means to the SSC tradition.” We wish Jay the best as he begins a new chapter in life and we are grateful for his hard work building the program which is affectionately known as SSC Basketball.

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Endowing a Dream Friends, This summer I had the opportunity to attend two conferences at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. Something about going to the largest Catholic University in the country and the fact that their endowment exceeds seven billion dollars convinced me that I would probably learn a few things about fundraising and endowment management. If you have ever been to Notre Dame, you know how impressive the campus is. If you haven’t, I highly recommend it. As I drove onto campus, I was amazed at the pristine landscaping and overall beauty of the gothic style buildings. I could not help but feel many similarities between Notre Dame and St. Stanislaus. The history, the tradition, and the mission both go back over 150 years. In a day in which both institutions rely heavily on private support, I found that there were many ideas that I could bring back to SSC. After dinner one evening I walked around the campus and came to the Hesburg Library. I noticed a small granite wall surrounding a reflection pond. I read a sign nearby which explained the names inscribed on the wall. They were the “named professorships” established for the respective colleges and the donors who established them. I walked the length of the wall and realized that there were easily several hundred of these endowed funds. “If only we could have just one”, I said to myself. With the smallest chair being endowed at $1.5 million and the largest at $5 million, two things were very clear: Notre Dame has some very generous alumni, and they are passionate about attracting and investing in the very best faculty. When I began at SSC two years ago, Bro. Ronald Hingle shared his dream with me, of building faculty endowments for teachers. With the salaries of our teachers being only eighty percent of their public school counterparts, he knew that something had to be done to level the playing field. The goal was a one-million-dollar endowment for each department with roughly five percent being used annually for that department to recruit, retain, and train the best teachers available. Bro. Ronald cared so deeply about academic excellence and our faculty, that this was at the forefront of our fundraising efforts. Unfortunately, his departure did not allow him to see his dream materialize. Recently, through the tremendous generosity of two parents of a recent graduate, St. Stanislaus was blessed with the gift of a $100,000 donation that has been used to establish the first faculty endowment at SSC. We hope more donors will help us to grow this tenfold; however, the good news is that the seed of an endowment is growing. We have been blessed throughout the years with having outstanding teachers pass through the doors of SSC, and our administration is committed to relieving the financial burden associated with teaching at a private institution. So I look to you, alumni, parents, and friends to help support St. Stanislaus in its goal of building the best academic program in the region. Though we hope many of our students will be successful athletes or talented musicians, we want first and foremost for them to be successful students. God Bless,

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Chris Mensi ‘01 Director of Advancement


St. Stanislaus

2010 Annual Report

Giving Societies THE SESQUI SOCIETY These members have supported St. Stanislaus with cumulative giving of $500,000 or more. Anonymous * Mrs. Leone Blaize * Brothers of the Sacred Heart - New Orleans Province

PERPETUAL FOUNDERS’ SOCIETY The Perpetual Founders’ Society members are those individuals, corporations, or foundations with lifetime giving of $100,000 to $499,999. Anonymous Mr. William S. App, Jr. ‘61 Brother Gunther Aucoin, SC .* Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Bailey, Jr. Brother Martin High School Brother Eduardo Baldioceda, SC Mr. Guy C. Billups, III ‘75 The Delta Foundation Mr. Irion Bordelon Ms. Myrtis Broussard * Mr. James J. Bryan ‘41 * Mrs. Meriam Calabria Charles F. Engle Trust Collins C. Diboll Private Foundation Corporate Property Associates 6 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Haas, Sr. ‘51 * Hancock Bank Mrs. Rita Cue Johnson * Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kent, Sr. Mr. Ben Kleinpeter ‘45 Kleinpeter Farms Dairy, LLC Dr. Jean B. Lescale ‘12 * Koch Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Ourso * Bubba & Lena Mae Oustalet Foundation The Reddoch Family Foundation Mrs. Suzie P. Seal Mr. Leo W. Seal, Jr. * Mr. and Mrs. James E. Smith ‘45 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ware ‘26 * Mr. and Mrs. John H. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Peyton D. Waters ‘44 Mr. and Mrs. William Waters, Jr. ‘44 *

FATHER COINDRE SOCIETY Members of the Father Coindre Society support St. Stanislaus with cumulative giving of $50,000 to $99,999. Alex Brown and Sons Mr. Sherwood Bailey, Sr. * The Catholic Foundation Commercial Interiors, Inc. Mr. G. Price Crane Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crosslin, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Dane, III Mr. Robert C. Davidge, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dennis Hon. and Mrs. Edward Dufresne, Jr. ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hymel, Jr. Mr. Elmer J. Kamm * Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kleinpeter, Sr. ‘41 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Langton Bro. Noel Lemmon, SC The Leo W. Seal Family Foundation Hon. and Mrs. Robert L. Lobrano ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meacham ‘64 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Monti ‘70 Mrs. A.J.M. Oustalet, Jr. Mrs. Lena Mae Oustalet Rotary Club of Stennis The Pugh Family Foundation

FATHER STANISLAUS BUTEUX SOCIETY Members of the Father Stanislaus Buteux Society support the school with lifetime giving ranging from $25,000 and $49,999. Mr. Sidney V. Arbour, Jr. ‘31 Mr. and Mrs. Jules M. Arceneaux ‘43 Mr. John F. Auderer, Jr. * Mr. W. Walton Clarke ‘61 Buteux Holdings Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Cangelosi, Jr. ‘43 Mr. and Mrs. John Colucci Mr. Edmond L. Deramee ’21 * Mr. Carl J. Eberts Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Genin ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hamilton, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hedrick, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie B. Lampton, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Lea Mr. and Mrs. Gerard M. Leblanc ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lippman ‘56 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Morrison, Jr. ‘77 Mrs. Lucille Mortimer NFL Youth Football Fund O’Keefe Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Lee Orgeron E.J. and Marjory B. Ourso Family Foundation Pearson Prentice Hall Rotary International - District 5320 Spindletop International Mr. and Mrs. Cyprian Sporl, Jr. ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Treutel, Sr. ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Dave A. Treutel, Jr. ‘76 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Uhl ‘51 Milton J. Womack Foundation

BROTHER ATHANASIUS SOCIETY Annual gifts of $10,000 or more. Leo W. Seal Family Foundation The Pugh Family Foundation Brother Martin High School Collins C. Diboll Private Foundation The Reddoch Family Foundation Mrs. Phyllis Taylor Mr. William S. App, Jr. ‘61 Charles F. Engle Trust JEM LLC Hon. and Mrs. Robert L. Lobrano ‘61 Bubba & Lena Mae Oustalet Foundation

BROTHER POLYCARP SOCIETY Annual gifts ranging from $5,000 to $9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne F. Dugas Ms. Victoria Johnston Weathers Educational Trust Fund Mr. Morgan LeBlanc Rev. Raymond Larussa Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Shannon Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Taylor Mr. Terrence C. Asher, Jr. ‘82

Mr. and Mrs. Daryl C. Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Miller Freeport McMoRan Hancock Bank Mr. & Mrs. Larry St. Mary Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O’Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Achee Mr. Denton Biglane Mr. W. Walton Clarke ‘61 Tidewater, Inc. Matching Gifts Program United States Marine, Inc.

BROTHER PETER SOCIETY Annual gifts ranging from $2,500 to $4,999 Mrs. Rhonda L. Schexnayder Memorial Hospital at Gulfport Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dennis Mr. Frank H. Walk Mr. and Mrs. Tim C. Gilmore Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus C. Carter Gulf South Orthotics & Prosthetics Mr. Daryl Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Steiner Mr. John J. Uhl ‘51 St. Joseph High School Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grenfell Mr. Joey G. Manieri ‘72 Mr. John E. Zimmerman ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Romano Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Alexander Bayou Caddy Fisheries Mr. and Mrs. Gary Everhart, Jr. Ms. Linda L. Theobald Phelps Dunbar, L.L.P The Dermatology Clinic Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc.

FOUNDERS’ SOCIETY Annual gifts ranging from $1,000 to $2,499 Col. and Mrs. Allan J. Sarrat, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Samuel L. Blanchard, Jr. ‘72 Ms. Harriet Bellone Mr. Joseph E. Monti ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly Cannon Dr. Edward R. Willis

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Giving Societies cont. Entergy Corporation Matching Gifts Program Murphy Oil Corporation Mr. Stanford G. Ladner ‘69 Dr. David N. Sawyer ‘69 Mr. Matthew S. Johns ‘86 Mr. Richard B. Hymel ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. David Allen Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Oustalet Mr. David A. Treutel, Jr. ‘76 Woodland Village Nursing Home & Rehabilitation Center Dr. James C. Thriffiley IV ‘85 Mr. Herman A. Jacobi ‘59 Capt. and Mrs. Dan G. Romano Compton Engineering, INC Dr. and Mrs. Charles G. Samms Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Frigo Dr. and Mrs. William T. Wood Dr. William Ledoux Lamar Advertising Mount St. Charles Academy Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Favre Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hoffer Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Allman Mr. and Mrs. Morgan P. Shands Mr. Gerald W. Rigby, Jr. ‘80 Mr. Joseph M. Pugh ‘70 Mr. Laurence A. Sauer, III ‘59 Mr. Micheal Borne Mr. William J. Bradley ‘90 River Parish Disposals Sunbelt Business Brokers Vacuum Services Group, LLC Dr. William E. Kergosien ‘78 Dr. and Mrs. Carl A. Mayeaux Mr. Melvin G. Ulmer III ‘78 Dr. Steve V. Butaud ‘61 Mr. Paul J. Blaum ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hoskins, Jr. Quest Rehab Dr. Andrew K. Martinolich ‘46 Gulf Coast Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Allen Mr. John R. Kane ‘93 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Thriffiley III Dr. Frank L. Schmidt ‘50 Mr. Robert S. Morrison, Jr. ‘60 Mr. William B. Jacks ‘51 Hon. G. Walton Caire ‘48 Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Ritten Mr. Kevin L. Bourg ‘91 Bean Excavating & Dirt Work LLC Brother Bernard Couvillion, SC Digital Engineering & Imaging, Inc. Dr. Donald J. Duhon ‘59 Dr. Emery L. Edwards ‘82 Dr. Michael C. Graeber ‘76 Fringe Benefit Administrators, Ltd.

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Mr. and Mrs. Calvin W. Wilbert, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dusty” Rhodes ‘64” Mr. and Mrs. Conrad B. Ducote Mr. and Mrs. George E. Ramirez, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Marlowe Mr. and Mrs. Lance E. Wedgeworth Mr. and Mrs. Luther C. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Radar Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sturdy Mr. and Mrs. Shava J. Carboni Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Butler Mr. Clay A. Wagner ‘78 Mr. David A. Treutel, Sr. ‘53 Mr. Ernest Buttross ‘40 Mr. Hal W. Leftwich Mr. James E. Smith ‘45 Mr. Kim Adams Mr. Lance Mora ‘60 Mr. Lester Sarpy ‘41 Mr. Nicholas Gachassin III ‘85 Mr. Peter A. Orlin ‘60 Mr. Robert A. Brown ‘82 Mr. Thomas B. Yongue ‘73 Mr. Wood A. Breazeale, Jr. ‘45 Mrs. Carolyn Thibaut Mrs. Mary Martha McGinn Pellissier Mrs. Nancy G. Gex Occidental Petroleum Corporation The First Waste Management of MSGulfport

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Annual gifts ranging from $500 to $999 Mr. Christopher F. Trapani ‘84 Ms. Vera H. Pittman Roy Anderson Corporation Mr. Michael P. Jarreau ‘82 Mr. Jeffrey P. Taylor ‘76 Dr. Bruce V. Ouellette ‘81 Dr. Vincent N. Liberto ‘51 Mr. Theodore J. Longo ‘81 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Mensi, Sr. Mr. Justin Ladner Dr. David W. Tuminello Mrs. Margaret Watson Mr. Frank L. Schmidt, Jr. ‘76 Mr. Jay L. Ladner Mr. and Mrs. William Schenker Mr. Peyton D. Waters ‘44 Mr. Richard Salloum Mr. Ronald J. Artigues, Jr. ‘84

Ms. Dawn Michelet Samson and Powers Pllc Sound Insurance Solutions The Better Communication Clinic W.G. Yates and Sons Construction Co. Watkins Ludlam Winter & Stennis Dr. and Mrs. Peter M. Lucore Deacon Gilbert R. Schmidt ‘51 Judge and Mrs. Anthony Russo Les Fre’s Du Sacre’-Coeur Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cherota Mrs. Jennifer Field Nicaud Mr. Oliver Peneguy Mr. Phillip A. Fasullo, Jr. ‘62 Alexander, Van Loon, Sloan, Levens & Favre, PLLC Captain Roger M. Boh, Jr. ‘43 Mr. Gerald W. Melancon ‘72 Ms. Ellen I. Geheeb Ms. Julia Geheeb Dr. and Mrs. Bassam R. Baroudi Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Bourgeois, Jr. Mr. Carlo J. Scafidi ‘58 Mr. James J. Kenney, Jr. ‘55 Mr. John P. Baxter ‘89 Mr. Shelby D. St. Martin ‘52 Mr. Todd N. Thriffiley ‘86 Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Lassabe Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Younger Mr. Frank W. Lagarde, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Gerald C. Gex ‘53 Mr. Scott Fleming Ms. Leslie Vaughn Ms. Marlene S. Culpepper Uptown Interiors and Gifts Cooper T. Smith Corp. Dairy Fresh Corp. Dr. and Mrs. Dirk H. Danielson Dr. and Mrs. Jin Ho Kim Dr. George C. Hamilton, Jr. ‘50 G. M. R& Construction Habitat For Humanity Hon. and Mrs. Adrian G. Duplantier JLB Levens Builders Inc. Judge Marcus A. Broussard, Jr. ‘46 McGill-Toolen High School Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Hibbett Neel Mr. and Mrs. James Davis III Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Maumus Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilkinson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lenes Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Gaffney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Brennan Mr. David Restom ‘71 Mr. Deryl M. Hamilton Mr. Irvin T. Cuevas ‘61 Mr. James Arbour Mr. James I. Maloney, Jr. ‘53

Mr. James P. Martin ‘46 Mr. Joseph B. LaBruzzo ‘83 Mr. Marc G. Welch ‘86 Mr. Michael P. Broussard ‘57 Mr. Peter B. Merritt ‘64 Mr. Peter C. Quoyeser ‘46 Mr. Peter J. Benvenutti ‘43 Mr. Ray L. Bellande Mr. Robert R. Kane Mr. Samuel V. Morse, Jr. ‘86 Mr. Seth Asink Mr. Stanley L. Williams ‘83 Mr. T. Sellers Meric ‘45 Mr. Thomas S. Piland ‘75 Mr. Tommy C. Murphy Mr. W S. Swetman III Mrs. Kathleen J. Wharton Mrs. Myrt Haas Ms. Kelli Lee Billups Ms. Michelle Crosby Ms. Michelle L. Porth Patients Choice, Inc. Ports America Gulfport, Inc. Triton Systems Whitney National Bank

PARTNERS OF SSC Annual gifts ranging from $250 to $499 Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Vollenweider Mr. Milton J. Cuevas ‘52 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Aycock ‘89 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Saucier Dr. Michael S. Keel ‘74 Mr. Jonathan Kile Foster ‘98 Mr. Arthur Perez ‘42 Mr. Brian A. Thigpen ‘96 Mr. Louis J. Endris Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Briede III Mr. Frank R. Janusa Dr. and Mrs. Max Edrington Mr. William A. Peneguy ‘65 Mr. and Mrs. William D. Carr Mr. Frank Hille ‘55 Hon. Walter J. Gex III ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Rodney M. Malburg Mr. and Mrs. Robert McRaney Mr. Joseph H. Marix, Jr. ‘59 Lt. and Mrs. Richard Singley Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hingle Mr. and Mrs. William S. Wingfield Mr. Patrick E. Starnes ‘71 Mrs. Karen Babin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson III Mr. and Mrs. Allen Young


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Giving Societies cont. Mr. Mark J. Williams ‘83 Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Lee Mr. Luis I. Ingles, Jr. ‘60 Mr. Paul P. Palermo ‘51 Mr. Vincent J. Fertitta, Jr. ‘50 Mr. Warren J. Carver, Jr. ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Marshall P. Reeder Goodwill Industries Mr. and Mrs. James F. Becnel Mr. and Mrs. Leo R. Trehern Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Schmidt Mr. Chris Gouras Jr. Mr. George A. Conque ‘53 Mr. Joseph B. Sunseri, Jr. ‘61 Mr. Robert O. Boulet ‘85 Mr. Roy F. Breerwood ‘37 Mr. Noah H. Denson ‘90 Mr. Thomas C. Schmidt ‘80 Captain and Mrs. A. D. Geoghegan Dr. Christopher Hogan Dr. George Ward Mr. and Mrs. David Bosley Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martinez Mr. and Mrs. Jason Thornhill Mr. and Mrs. John J. Chaszar Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Haas Mr. and Mrs. Randall L. Guillot Mr. Andrew B. Williams ‘91 Mr. Chevis Swetman Mr. Joseph J. Gex ‘79 Mr. William H. Arrata Ms. Emilie Hopkins Mr. C. J. ‘Pete’ Taylor ‘39 Mr. Francis X. Fabacher, Jr. ‘46 Bo Favre Mr. Morgan P. Ladner ‘80 Structures of Diamondhead Inc Mr. Matthew J. Gleber III ‘83 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Forte Mr. and Mrs. John Favre Mr. and Mrs. Justin C. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gipson Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Gebbia Mr. Michael Valentino Mr. Tom C. Braly Pest Control Specialists, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. James E. Hall Dr. Charles G. Wood ‘74 Dr. Williams C. Holmes, Jr. ‘47 Dr.and Mrs. Jay J. Libys Drs. William C. and Imelda Coleman Mr. Aaron M. Brunner ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Jefferey L. Haro Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Carver Mr. and Mrs. Mark Tinney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Ittmann Mr. Charles J. Rhodes ‘88 Mr. Christopher L. Davis ‘98 Mr. David Assaf, Jr. ‘40 Mr. Douglas K. Handshoe ‘82

Mr. George G. Hammer ‘78 Mr. James B. Bass ‘85 Mr. Jay Triche Mr. John B. Morris ‘73 Mr. P. Hunter Vegas ‘82 Mr. Richard C. Oustalet ‘67 Mr. Richard F. Larkin ‘67 Mr. Robert Dolese Ms. Martha C. Torres Zimco Builders Inc

FRIENDS OF SSC Annual gifts up to $249 Mr. Gene E. De Boisblanc Mr. Gerard J. Black ‘60 Mr. Herman P. Ladner, Jr. ‘66 Mr. James K. Lamb ‘81 Mr. James W. Gilmore ‘51 Mr. Jason R. Reitmeyer ‘91 Mr. Jody G. Knight ‘71 Mr. John C. Gargiulo ‘85 Mr. Joseph A. Church III ‘81 Mr. Joseph C. Saia, Jr. ‘81 Mr. Joseph D. Benvenutti ‘71 Mr. Lawrence E. Yarborough ‘43 Mr. Mark J. Logan ‘86 Mr. Michael G. Byrne ‘71 Mr. Michael Gemelli ‘69 Mr. Michael W. Meyers ‘69 Mr. Monroe Cuevas ‘51 Mr. Noel C. Israel ‘91 Mr. Philip A. Fasullo III ‘92 Mr. Phillip J. Remel ‘71 Mr. Richard A. Mashburn ‘71 Mr. Richard C. Leyser, Jr. ‘86 Mr. Robert C. Duke ‘55 Mr. Robert D. Ariatti ‘98 Mr. Roger E. Manfre ‘51 Mr. Shawn S. Kohnke ‘86 Mr. Stephen L. Martinolich ‘86 Mr. Thomas G. Hayes ‘71 Mr. Thomas P. O’Brien ‘91 Mr. Vincent R. Altese, Jr. ‘91 Mr. Wade E. Weidman ‘91 Ms. Jennifer Yarbrough Representative John F. LaBruzzo, Jr. ‘90 Dr. and Mrs. William H. Burnett Dr. Charles A. Olivier ‘61 Dr. Dee Woodward Dr. Earl J. Fox, Jr. Dr. Sidney A. Chevis ‘63 Father Dennis J. Carver ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Basil Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Hessler II Mr. and Mrs. Jack N. Siciliano

Mr. and Mrs. James M. McClelland Mr. and Mrs. James R. Clarke, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Owenby Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Wilkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Trapani Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Blach III Mr. and Mrs. Ronald T. Bruni Mr. and Mrs. William G. Hewes III Mr. and Mrs.Michael E. Farley Mr. Arthur Burke ‘54 Mr. Bill Stross Mr. Carlos M. Lam ‘60 Mr. Cyril J. Fayard ‘48 Mr. George L. Stimmel III ‘51 Mr. Gordon G. Prat ‘60 Mr. Henry B. Chapman Mr. James Reickert Mr. Jeremy G. Clark ‘98 Mr. John A. Roques Mr. Jonathan A. Uram ‘96 Mr. Joseph D. Keenan III Mr. Jules D. Brown ‘41 Mr. Luke Caruso ‘51 Mr. Michael B. Dolan, Jr. ‘49 Mr. Nick Jumonville Mr. Norman L. Cowand, Jr. ‘99 Mr. Padrick D. Dennis Mr. Patrick L. Martinez ‘99 Mr. Terry A. Phillips ‘70 Mr. Thomas G. Belden Mr. Thomas L. Young Mr. Tucker Mikell Mrs. A J. Smith Mrs. Katie Rose McClendon Mrs. Mary King Ms. Ann Stafford Ms. Debra Sansing Ms. Ellen Kane Ms. Jan D’Spain Ms. Jennifer L. Patterson Ms. Linda Delvalle Ms. M.E. Priss Benbow Ms. Mary B. Harris Ms. Pauline F. Sinopoli Ms. Sandra E. Mensi Shell Oil Company SSA Cooper, LLC Mr. Alfred J. Ferry ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. Craig W. Foster Mr. James D. Sullivan Mr. Richard M. Gleber ‘89 Ms. Evelina Shmukler Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Stone Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Faul Mr. John Jay Mr. Patrick J. Journet ‘77 Mr. Stanley G. Jones ‘66 Mr. Edward F. Sens III ‘73 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Schellhaas Mr. and Mrs. David Lalejini

Mr. Christopher J. Mensi ‘01 Mr. Jules J. Rousseau ‘78 Mr. Randy Oddo Mrs. Clyde Richardson Mrs. Mittie Smity Ms. Mary McCarthy Ms. Sybil Bateman Ms. Ginger Denis Mr. Craig M. Sweeney ‘89 Dr. Joseph C. Swider ‘86 Lt. Col. (ret) Randolph C. Bourgeois ‘45 Major Ronald K. Booker ‘91 Mr. Aloysius J. Jacobi ‘67 Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Henry Logan, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Marks Mr. Anthony J. Piazza, Jr. ‘41 Mr. Brian H. Brooks ‘91 Mr. Eric M. Doyle ‘86 Mr. Forrest L. Hayden ‘73 Mr. Jacob D. Dyas ‘01 Mr. James A. Schexnayder ‘55 Mr. James F. Hewes ‘61 Mr. Jesse D. Hays ‘91 Mr. John G. Sutton ‘71 Mr. John M. Capone ‘48 Mr. Norman L. Cowand, Sr. ‘71 Mr. Thomas F. Debaillon ‘71 Mrs. Alicia R. Ellis Mrs. Erin Heitzmann Hazlewood Ms. Bridget Rush Ms. Lisa Glenn Ms. Martha R. Abbrecht Ms. Patricia Seward Captain and Mrs. Lucien A. Shaw Colonel Theodore J. Heller, (ret.) ‘42 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Beany Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Carden Mr. and Mrs. David Assaf III Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Pipes Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. George B. Riviere Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Stonnington Mr. and Mrs. John J. Maggiore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. Kevin S. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Michael Donohue Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fonseca Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Stakelum Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swanson, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Portwood III Mr. and Mrs. T. Wayne Wroten Mr. Chris J. Doxey Mr. Christopher J. Estrade ‘98 Mr. David R. Graham Mr. Frank C. Noto, Jr. ‘53

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The Lasting Impact

The Society of 1854 St. Stanislaus College, the oldest existing establishment of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart in America, boasts a long and colorful history dating back to 1854. Blessed with talented leaders and generous benefactors, St. Stanislaus grew from its humble beginnings into an educational institution of great renown on the Gulf Coast. But it was not an easy task. Major challenges overcome by Brothers, lay faculty, and their students include epidemics, Civil War, financial struggles, hurricanes, and fire. Without the perseverance and dedication of instrumental individuals, St. Stanislaus would not be the school it is today. From its start in 1854, the history of SSC spans over a century and a half and includes over 7,000 alumni worldwide. Membership in the Society of 1854 is offered to all those who share the commitment to continuing the mission of St. Stanislaus, and who, like those Brothers in 1854 and those who followed, affirm that commitment by means of a planned gift. To become eligible for the Society membership, an individual simply informs the school in writing that St. Stanislaus has been included in his or her estate plans. The school also requires documentation of the planned gift, for example, a copy of the pertinent provisions of the individual’s will or trust, a copy of the life insurance policy which names the school as a beneficiary, or a letter from the individual’s attorney stating that he or she has, indeed, included St. Stanislaus in his or her estate plans. Upon receipt of such documentation, participants are enrolled in the Society of 1854.

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Giving Societies cont. Mr. George B. Riviere III Mr. Gerard Ruth Mr. Henry N. Knue Mr. Jeffrey Lagarde ‘99 Mr. Jerry L. Garriga ‘58 Mr. John A. Lewis Mr. John E. Conery, Jr. ‘84 Mr. John Hills Mr. Joseph C. Koenenn Mr. Matthew J. Shannon Mr. Michael B. Schepens ‘89 Mr. Rodney A. Ranson ‘46 Ms Nancy Wheeler Ms. Delinda Hanson Ms. Rosina F. Lepre Mr. James A. Ware ‘26 Dr. and Mrs. William Beatrous Mr. and Mrs. John J. Zimmer Jr. Mr. Branden Slade Mr. Christopher Headrick Mr. Donald Losi Mr. Kerry J. Corr ‘79 Mr. Michael C. Miller ‘01 Mr. William T. Wood, Jr. ‘72 Mrs. Stephanie R. Neal Ms. Letha Dawson Brother Gunther Aucoin, SC Mr. and Mrs. David A. Bouis Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sneddon Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Seal Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lutkewitte Mr. Denny Hans Mr. Donnell J. Laflin, Jr. ‘72 Mr. Marion J. Marquez ‘60 Ms. Nina P. Cotton

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Bank of America Corp. Boeing Company Entergy Corporation Freeport McMoRan Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation, Inc. Murphy Oil Corporation Northwestern Mutual Foundation Occidental Petroleum Corporation Pfizer Inc. Shell Oil Company Tidewater, Inc.

IN-KIND GIFTS St. Stanislaus is grateful to the following individuals, organizations, and corporations for their gifts of time, materials, and services to the school’s ministry. Mr. Gerald Bienvenu ‘55 Mr. Jeff L. Anderson Edward H Wikoff, AIA, Architect Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Wikoff Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hingle Mr. and Mrs. Tommy B. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Owen Brennan Mrs. Kevin R. Adams Mr. Jourdan B. Nicaud Mr. Claude Silvey Mr. Jacob D. Dyas ‘01 Mr. Jim Perrier Mr. John Benton Mr. John R. Foto ‘55 Mr. Karl Wade Mr. Mike Furey Mr. Mike Weeks Mr. Patrick J. Kergosien ‘82 Mr. Paul J. Bertucci ‘78 Mr. Scott Jackson Mr. Weldon Frommeyer III Mrs. Carolyn Hutcheson Mrs. Diane West Mrs. Elanora Ballow Mrs. Jennifer Field Nicaud Mrs. Lori Kroeger Ms. Cassie Williams Ms. Harriet Bellone Ms. Megan O’hara Patients Choice, Inc. River Parish Disposal Shop Our Schools Southern Trophies The Bow Shop


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Donations by Class CLASS OF 1937

Annual Fund: $300 Mr. Roy F. Breerwood ‘37

CLASS OF 1939

Annual Fund: $250 Designated Gift: $30 Mr. C. J. ‘Pete’ Taylor ‘39

CLASS OF 1940

Annual Fund: $1,250 Mr. David Assaf, Jr. ‘40 Mr. Ernest Buttross ‘40

CLASS OF 1941

Annual Fund: $1,020 Designated Gifts: $60 Mr. Anthony J. Piazza, Jr. ‘41 Mr. Jules D. Brown ‘41 Mr. Lester Sarpy ‘41

CLASS OF 1942

Annual Fund: $300 Designated Gifts: $275 Mr. Arthur Perez ‘42 Captain John H. Lang ‘42 Colonel Theodore J. Heller, (ret.) ‘42

CLASS OF 1943

Annual Fund: $1000 Designated Gifts: $160 Captain Roger M. Boh, Jr. ‘43 Mr. Peter J. Benvenutti ‘43 Mr. Lawrence E. Yarborough ‘43

CLASS OF 1944

Annual Fund: $100 Designated Gifts: $650 Mr. Peyton D. Waters ‘44

CLASS OF 1945

Annual Fund: $2,600 Designated Gifts: $150 Mr. James E. Smith ‘45 Mr. Philip B. Shall ‘45 Mr. T. Sellers Meric ‘45 Mr. Wood A. Breazeale, Jr. ‘45 Lt. Col. (ret) Randolph C. Bourgeois ‘45

CLASS OF 1946

CLASS OF 1952

Annual Fund: $2,925 Designated Gifts: $180

Annual Fund: $1,200 Designated Gifts: $190

Dr. Andrew K. Martinolich ‘46 Judge Marcus A. Broussard, Jr. ‘46 Mr. Francis X. Fabacher, Jr. ‘46 Mr. James P. Martin ‘46 Mr. Peter C. Quoyeser ‘46 Mr. Rodney A. Ranson ‘46 Mr. Thomas H. Donnelly ‘46

Mr. Andre J. Arceneaux, Sr. ‘52 Mr. Andrew Scafidi, Sr. ‘52 Mr. Estorge C. Sibille ‘52 Mr. Milton J. Cuevas ‘52 Mr. Shelby D. St. Martin ‘52

CLASS OF 1947

Annual Fund: $550 Dr. Williams C. Holmes, Jr. ‘47 Mr. Edward P. Caire ‘47 Mr. Wallace J. Bontemps, Jr. ‘47

CLASS OF 1948

Annual Fund: $1,150 Designated Gifts: $120 Hon. G. Walton Caire ‘48 Mr. Cyril J. Fayard ‘48 Mr. Dominick J. White ‘48

CLASS OF 1949

Annual Fund: $150 Mr. Michael B. Dolan, Jr. ‘49 Mr. Rudolph O. Young, Jr. ‘49

CLASS OF 1950

Annual Fund: $1,250 Designated Gifts: $715 Dr. Frank L. Schmidt ‘50 Dr. George C. Hamilton, Jr. ‘50

CLASS OF 1951

Annual Fund: $1,800 Designated Gifts: $4,850 Deacon Gilbert R. Schmidt ‘51 Mr. John J. Uhl ‘51 Mr. Luke Caruso ‘51 Mr. Paul P. Palermo ‘51 Dr. James S. Holmes ‘51 Dr. James T. Williams ‘51 Dr. Vincent N. Liberto ‘51 Mr. Gerald J. Shields, Sr. ‘51 Mr. James W. Gilmore ‘51 Mr. John R. Battalora ‘51 Mr. Monroe Cuevas ‘51 Mr. Roger E. Manfre ‘51 Mr. William B. Jacks ‘51 Mr. George L. Stimmel III ‘51

CLASS OF 1953

Annual Fund: $1,350 Designated Gifts: $1,000 Mr. Frank C. Noto, Jr. ‘53 Mr. George A. Conque ‘53 Mr. Gerald C. Gex ‘53 Mr. James I. Maloney, Jr. ‘53 Mr. David A. Treutel, Sr. ‘53

CLASS OF 1954

Annual Fund: $150 Designated Gifts: $60 Mr. Arthur Burke ‘54 Mr. James F. Becnel ‘54 Mr. Anthony Benigno ‘54

CLASS OF 1955

Annual Fund: $625 Designated Gifts: $720 Mr. James J. Kenney, Jr. ‘55 Mr. John R. Foto ‘55 Mr. Paul J. Vetter ‘55 Mr. Edgar W. Santa Cruz, Jr. ‘55 Mr. James A. Schexnayder ‘55 Mr. Robert C. Duke ‘55 Mr. Frank Hille ‘55

CLASS OF 1956

Designated Gifts: $100 Mr. Barry S. Bontemps ‘56

CLASS OF 1957

Annual Fund: $625 Designated Gifts: $575 Mr. Paul Johnson ‘57 Mr. E. Morgan LeBlanc ‘57 Mr. Michael P. Broussard ‘57 Mr. Kenneth Artigues ‘57 Hon. Walter J. Gex III ‘57

CLASS OF 1958

Mr. James C. Raymond ‘58 Mr. Jerry L. Garriga ‘58

CLASS OF 1959 Annual Fund: $1,425 Designated Gifts: $3,800 Mr. Herman A. Jacobi ‘59 Mr. Joseph H. Marix, Jr. ‘59 Mr. Karl D. Gottschalk ‘59 Mr. Robert B. Peterson, Jr. ‘59 Mr. Adrian J. Combe, III ‘59 Mr. Fred J. Bourgeois, Jr. ‘59 Mr. Laurence A. Sauer, III ‘59 Dr. Donald J. Duhon ‘59

CLASS OF 1960 Annual Fund: $420 Designated Gifts: $2,272 Mr. Gordon G. Prat ‘60 Mr. James G. Riordan, Sr. ‘60 Mr. Lance Mora ‘60 Mr. Marion J. Marquez ‘60 Mr. Paul J. Blaum ‘60 Mr. Peter A. Orlin ‘60 Mr. Warren J. Carver, Jr. ‘60 Mr. Charles A. Genard ‘60 Mr. Gerard J. Black ‘60 Mr. James J. Chiniche ‘60 Mr. Luis I. Ingles, Jr. ‘60 Mr. Robert S. Morrison, Jr. ‘60 Mr. Carlos M. Lam ‘60

CLASS OF 1961 Annual Fund: $13,000 Designated Gifts: $27,785 Dr. Charles A. Olivier ‘61 Dr. Steve V. Butaud ‘61 Hon. Robert L. Lobrano ‘61 Mr. Irvin T. Cuevas ‘61 Mr. Joseph B. Sunseri, Jr. ‘61 Mr. W. Walton Clarke ‘61 Mr. William S. App, Jr. ‘61 Mr. Joseph P. Mashburn ‘61 Mr. James F. Hewes ‘61 Dr. Steve V. Butaud ‘61

CLASS OF 1962 Annual Fund: $749 Designated Gifts: $130 Mr. Albert J. Brignac ‘62 Mr. Alfred J. Ferry ‘62 Mr. Phillip A. Fasullo, Jr. ‘62 Mr. William A. LeBlanc ‘62

Annual Fund: $625 Designated Gifts: $120 Mr. Ames A. Kergosien ‘58 Mr. Carlo J. Scafidi ‘58

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Donations by Class cont. CLASS OF 1963 Annual Fund: $150 Dr. Sidney A. Chevis ‘63 Mr. Thomas D. Chapman ‘63

CLASS OF 1964 Annual Fund: $1,500 Designated Gifts: $80 Mr. Charley “Dusty” Rhodes ‘64” Mr. Peter B. Merritt ‘64 Mr. Milo L. Meacham ‘64

CLASS OF 1965 Annual Fund: $100 Designated Gifts: $285 Mr. William A. Peneguy ‘65

CLASS OF 1966 Annual Fund: $1,100 Designated Gifts: $785 Mr. Vincent J. Cuevas ‘66 Mr. Herman P. Ladner, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Stanley G. Jones ‘66 Mr. Lawrence J. Jacobi II ‘66 Mr. Frank W. Lagarde, Jr. ‘66 Col. and Mrs. Allan J. Sarrat Jr. ‘66

CLASS OF 1967 Annual Fund: $500 Designated Gifts: $30 Mr. Richard C. Oustalet ‘67 Mr. Richard F. Larkin ‘67 Mr. Aloysius J. Jacobi ‘67

CLASS OF 1968 Annual Fund: $90 Mr. Leo F. DiBenedetto ‘68

CLASS OF 1969 Annual Fund: $100 Designated Gifts: $3,935 Mr. Robert B. Hughes ‘69 Mr. Michael Gemelli ‘69 Mr. Michael W. Meyers ‘69 Mr. Stanford G. Ladner ‘69 Dr. David N. Sawyer ‘69

CLASS OF 1970 Annual Fund: $2,900 Designated Gifts: $1,330 Father Dennis J. Carver ‘70 Mr. Charles Currie ‘70

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Mr. Jerry E. Chauvin, Jr. ‘70 Mr. James F. Hughes ‘70 Mr. Joseph E. Monti ‘70 Mr. Joseph M. Pugh ‘70 Mr. Lonnie M. Bradley ‘70 Mr. Terry A. Phillips ‘70 Mr. David P. Taylor, Sr. ‘70

CLASS OF 1971

CLASS OF 1975 Annual Fund: $650 Mr. Stephen H. Scott ‘75 Mr. Thomas S. Piland ‘75

CLASS OF 1976

Annual Fund: $930 Designated Gifts: $1,070

Annual Fund: $1,775 Designated Gifts: $2,870

Mr. Jody G. Knight ‘71 Mr. John G. Sutton ‘71 Mr. Joseph D. Benvenutti ‘71 Mr. Michael G. Byrne ‘71 Mr. Nelius A. Favre, Jr. ‘71 Mr. Norman L. Cowand, Sr. ‘71 Mr. Phillip J. Remel ‘71 Mr. Richard A. Mashburn ‘71 Mr. Thomas C. Pritchard ‘71 Mr. Thomas F. Debaillon ‘71 Mr. Thomas G. Hayes ‘71 Mr. Jimmy Oustalet ‘71 Mr. Timothy A. Ryan ‘71 Mr. Patrick E. Starnes ‘71

Dr. Michael C. Graeber ‘76 Mr. David A. Treutel, Jr. ‘76 Mr. John P. Quintini ‘76 Colonel Frederick J. Gargiulo ‘76 Mr. Frank L. Schmidt, Jr. ‘76 Mr. Jeffrey P. Taylor ‘76

CLASS OF 1972 Annual Fund: $2,510 Designated Gifts: $3,540 Mr. Ralph J. Aucoin ‘72 Mr. Donnell J. Laflin, Jr. ‘72 Mr. Gerald W. Melancon ‘72 Mr. Michael J. Flynn ‘72 Mr. Ralph J. Aucoin ‘72 Mr. Samuel L. Blanchard, Jr. ‘72 Mr. Eido H. Depreo ‘72 Mr. Joey G. Manieri ‘72 Mr. William T. Wood, Jr. ‘72

CLASS OF 1973 Annual Fund: $1488 Designated Gifts: $160 Mr. Alvin N. Aramburo ‘73 Mr. Forrest L. Hayden ‘73 Dr. Murray B. Keel, Jr. ‘73 Mr. Edward F. Sens III ‘73 Mr. Jack H. Biven ‘73 Mr. John B. Morris ‘73 Mr. Thomas B. Yongue ‘73

CLASS OF 1974 Annual Fund: $450 Designated Gifts: $2,415 Dr. Charles G. Wood ‘74 Mr. Thomas D. Adams III ‘74 Dr. Michael S. Keel ‘74 Mr. Anthony J. Vesich, III ‘74 Mr. Richard B. Hymel ‘74

CLASS OF 1977 Annual Fund: $140 Designated Gifts: $70 Mr. Mark J. McCarthy ‘77 Mr. Patrick J. Journet ‘77 Mr. Rudy A. Letellier ‘77

CLASS OF 1978 Annual Fund: $1,550 Designated Gifts: $2,810 Mr. Christopher C. Wilkinson ‘78 Mr. Clay A. Wagner ‘78 Mr. George G. Hammer ‘78 Mr. Rene B. D’Arcangelo ‘78 Mr. Melvin G. Ulmer III ‘78 Dr. William E. Kergosien ‘78 Mr. Jules J. Rousseau ‘78

CLASS OF 1979 Designated Gifts: $305 Mr. Joseph J. Gex ‘79 Mr. Kerry J. Corr ‘79

CLASS OF 1980 Designated Gifts: $2,215 Mr. Thomas C. Schmidt ‘80 Mr. Ernest J. Zimmerman ‘80 Mr. Morgan P. Ladner ‘80 Mr. Gerald W. Rigby, Jr. ‘80

CLASS OF 1981 Annual Fund: $550 Designated Gifts: $2,025 Dr. Bruce V. Ouellette ‘81 Mr. Lee B. Klein, Jr. ‘81 Mr. Geoffrey G. Kergosien ‘81 Mr. James K. Lamb ‘81

Mr. Joseph A. Church III ‘81 Mr. Joseph C. Saia, Jr. ‘81 Mr. Theodore J. Longo ‘81

CLASS OF 1982 Annual Fund: $7,526.55 Designated Gifts: $1,730 Dr. Emery L. Edwards ‘82 Mr. Michael P. Jarreau ‘82 Mr. P. Hunter Vegas ‘82 Mr. Richard P. Corley ‘82 Mr. Robert A. Brown ‘82 Mr. Terrence C. Asher, Jr. ‘82 Mr. Mark E. Rittiner ‘82 Mr. Anthony J. Herques ‘82 Mr. Douglas K. Handshoe ‘82 Mr. Anthony Trapani III ‘82 Mr. Theodore C. Mumme IV ‘82

CLASS OF 1983 Annual Fund: $1,255 Designated Gifts: $2,880 Mr. John E. Zimmerman ‘83 Mr. Mark J. Williams ‘83 Mr. Matthew J. Gleber III ‘83 Mr. Paul J. Fortier ‘83 Mr. Stanley L. Williams ‘83 Dr. Luis F. Camero ‘83 Mr. Joseph B. LaBruzzo ‘83 Mr. Edmond K. Aime ‘83

CLASS OF 1984 Annual Fund: $500 Designated Gifts: $1,310 Mr. Ronald J. Artigues, Jr. ‘84 Mr. Christopher F. Trapani ‘84 Mr. Cary A. Trapani ‘84 Mr. John E. Conery, Jr. ‘84

CLASS OF 1985 Annual Fund: $550 Designated Gifts: $2,670 Mr. James B. Bass ‘85 Mr. Robert O. Boulet ‘85 Dr. James C. Thriffiley IV ‘85 Mr. John C. Gargiulo ‘85 Mr. Nicholas Gachassin III ‘85

CLASS OF 1986 Annual Fund: $750 Designated Gifts: $3,125 Mr. Matthew S. Johns ‘86 Mr. Samuel V. Morse, Jr. ‘86 Mr. Richard C. Leyser, Jr. ‘86 Mr. Shawn S. Kohnke ‘86 Mr. Stephen L. Martinolich ‘86 Dr. Joseph C. Swider ‘86 Mr. David C. Pitalo ‘86


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Donations by Class cont. Mr. Eric M. Doyle ‘86 Mr. F. Philip Wittmann IV ‘86 Mr. Mark J. Logan ‘86 Mr. Todd N. Thriffiley ‘86 Mr. Marc G. Welch ‘86 Mr. Mark J. Logan ‘86 Mr. David C. Zanca ‘86

CLASS OF 1987 Annual Fund: $50 Designated Gifts: $310 Mr. Thomas E. Quave ‘87 Mr. Grant W. Kohnke ‘87

CLASS OF 1988 Annual Fund: $350 Designated Gifts: $425 Mr. Charles J. Rhodes ‘88 Mr. Joseph R. Lee II ‘88 Mr. Joseph W. Gex II ‘88 Mr. Ernest J. Bradley ‘88 Mr. Paul D. Montjoy IV ‘88 Mr. James A. Reisch ‘88

CLASS OF 1989 Annual Fund: $975 Designated Gifts: $323.34 Dr. James B. Benigno, Jr. ‘89 Mr. Jeff Aycock ‘89 Mr. John P. Baxter ‘89 Mr. Michael B. Schepens ‘89 Mr. Richard M. Gleber ‘89 Mr. Craig M. Sweeney ‘89 Mr. Lloyd N. Nicaud ‘89

CLASS OF 1990 Annual Fund: $250 Designated Gifts: $1,740 Mr. Noah H. Denson ‘90 Rep. John F. LaBruzzo, Jr. ‘90 Mr. Michael A. Cromwell ‘90 Mr. William J. Bradley ‘90

CLASS OF 1991 Annual Fund: $1,100 Designated Gifts: $990 Mr. John T. Roussel ‘91 Mr. Kevin L. Bourg ‘91 Major Ronald K. Booker ‘91 Mr. Brian H. Brooks ‘91 Mr. Daryl L. Arnold ‘91 Mr. Jason R. Reitmeyer ‘91 Mr. Jesse D. Hays ‘91 Mr. Noel C. Israel ‘91 Mr. Thomas P. O’Brien ‘91 Mr. Vincent R. Altese, Jr. ‘91 Mr. Wade E. Weidman ‘91

Mr. Robert C. Bergeron ‘91 Mr. Salvador E. Palmisano ‘91 Mr. Andrew B. Williams ‘91

CLASS OF 1992 Annual Fund: $370 Designated Gifts: $210 Mr. Aaron M. Brunner ‘92 Mr. Michael R. Davidge ‘92 Mr. Philip A. Fasullo III ‘92 Mr. John D. Rutherford IV ‘92

CLASS OF 2001 Annual Fund: $20 Designated Gifts: $310 Mr. Christopher S. Clayton ‘01 Mr. Jacob D. Dyas ‘01 Mr. Michael C. Miller ‘01 Mr. Christopher J. Mensi ‘01

CLASS OF 1993 Annual Fund: $200 Designated Gifts: $1,315 Mr. John R. Kane ‘93 Mr. Sean H. Anthony ‘93 Mr. Stanley D. Chapman ‘93 Mr. John R. Kane ‘93

CLASS OF 1995 Annual Fund: $100 Mr. Robert J. Deaton, Jr. ‘95

CLASS OF 1996 Annual Fund: $150 Designated Gifts: $420 Mr. Jerry Polk, Jr. ‘96 Mr. Jonathan A. Uram ‘96 Mr. Brian A. Thigpen ‘96

CLASS OF 1997 Annual Fund: $100 Designated Gifts: $125 Mr. Tylan S. McMichael ‘97 Mr. Michael A. Mancuso ‘97

CLASS OF 1998 Annual Fund: $25 Designated Gifts: $815 Mr. Christopher J. Estrade ‘98 Mr. Robert D. Ariatti ‘98 Mr. Christopher L. Davis ‘98 Mr. Jeremy G. Clark ‘98 Mr. Jonathan Kile Foster ‘98

CLASS OF 1999

Presidents of the St. Stanislaus Alumni Association Joseph Gex ‘88 Joseph Monti ‘70 Ray Sheehy ’48 Earle J. Christenberry, Jr. ’45 J.T. LaNasa “47 Joseph Killeen, Jr. ’44 David Assaf, Jr. ’40 Gerard Schoen ’47 Dr. Vincent Liberto ’51 Dr. A. Martinolich ’46 Warren Carver, Sr. ’29 Lawrence Vallon, Sr. ’31 Earle J. Christenberry, Jr. ’45 William Foster ’31 Edmond Brignac, Jr. ’48 William App, Sr. ’35 G.L. Seuzeneau, Jr. ’27 Walter Gex, Sr. ’24 B. Wilbert Sr. ’23 Walter Gex, Sr. ’24 Dr. M.J. Wolfe, Sr. ’23 Michael Irwin ’16 Brittmar Landry ’21 Irwin N. Shirer ’17 Albert Koorie ’20 John M. Claverie 1871 Auguste J. Claverie 1877 Charles J. Tassin 1898 Louis J. Mestier 1872 Charles F. Engle 1893

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2003-Present 1999-2003 1997-1999 1990-1997 1979-1990 1977-1979 1975-1977 1973-1975 1971-1973 1966-1971 1964-1966 1963-1964 1961-1963 1960-1961 1957-1960 1955-1957 1954-1955 1953-1954 1952-1953 1950-1952 1948-1950 1947-1948 1941-1947 1934-1941 1932-1934 1929-1932 1913-1929 1910-1913 1909-1910 1908-1909

Annual Fund: $25 Designated Gifts: $200 Mr. Jeffrey Lagarde ‘99 Mr. Michael Dauro ‘99 Mr. Norman L. Cowand, Jr. ‘99 Mr. Patrick L. Martinez ‘99

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Giving Opportunities Since 1854, St. Stanislaus has benefited from the generous support of alumni, parents, past parents, grandparents, friends, corporations and foundations. This guide has been prepared to inform current and potential donors of the school’s needs and the different opportunities available for giving. Behind every gift to St. Stanislaus is a unique story reflecting the interest, enthusiasm, and commitment of a donor.

FACULTY ENDOWMENT FUNDS Your investment in SSC helps the school attract, train and retain the best and brightest teachers we can find. The fund will provide an annual suppliment to St. Stanislaus which will be used to subsidize teacher salaries. Our goal is to build a Faculty Endowment large enough to allow St. Stanislaus to provide fair wages that are competitive with public education.

St. Stanislaus is a non-profit organization that relies on private donations to meet the annual, capital and endowment needs of the school. At a time when there are so many requests for your charitable dollar, you may ask: Why St. Stanislaus? The answer is simply two-fold: St. Stanislaus is worthy of your investment because it is an investment in the formation and future of a child. Secondly, in a school with our unique mission, your gift to St. Stanislaus will truly make a difference.

MEMORIAL AND HONORARY GIFTS Your investment in SSC is contributed in memory or honor of loved ones, other individuals, or groups. These gifts are designated to the Memorial and Honorary Scholarship Fund, which provides financial assistance to qualified students.

ANNUAL FUND Our Annual Fund Program is necessary to sustain the life of the school through enriched academic, campus ministry, and student programs, as well as to provide faculty and departmental support. Your investment on an annual basis through a St. Stanislaus Annual Fund contribution, at any level, will help raise necessary funds for important school objectives.

Recruit and retain outstanding, experienced faculty Improve the academic programs and student activities Increase professional development of faculty Provide financial assistance for students Enhance spiritual formation opportunities for students Improve technology on campus

ENDOWMENT FUNDS Endowed scholarship funds and endowed academic funds are often established to commemorate a deceased loved one or to honor a living person or family. These funds provide a lasting tribute to those who are so honored. The principal of the donation remains secure while a portion of the annual interest income provides tuition assistance for deserving SSC students and additional funding for teachers salaries and academic programs. The based funding requirement for a named endowment fund at SSC is $50,000, and this may be paid over a period of years. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS Saint Stanislaus strives to attract a diverse student body of the best students from all cultural, religious, and socioeconomic backgrounds. With tuition at private schools rising, the school’s scholarship program aims to support this effort and provide aid to deserving students who might not otherwise be able to afford a Saint Stanislaus education.

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DESIGNATED GIFTS Contributions can be restricted for a specific purpose and applied to benefit a named department, extracurricular activity, or project as the donor specifies and the school approves. CLASS GIFTS This is an opportunity for graduates of the same class to come together to create an endowed scholarship or other designated gift in the name of their class. MATCHING GIFTS Many companies offer an employee benefit of matching contributions to a non-profit organization. These company programs match a donation from you or your spouse and increase the impact of your gift to St. Stanislaus. Many times, companies also match gifts from retirees. To find out if your company matches gifts, contact your human resource department for the required form(s). PLANNED GIFTS - THE SOCIETY OF 1854 In order to continue the good works of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart at St. Stanislaus, planned gifts help to perpetuate the mission of the school. There are many ways to give a planned gift to the school. Bequests, life insurance gifts, retirement plan designations, and charitable remainder trusts are just a few. If you have already named St. Stanislaus in your will, please notify the school’s Advancement Office if you wish to be acknowledged for your generosity. If you are interested in learning more about giving opportunities at St. Stanislaus College, please contact the Advancement Office at 228-467-9057, ext. 255. Your gift sends a powerful message of loyalty and support and helps shape the future of St. Stanislaus College.


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Endowment Funds Below is a list of fully funded endowment funds as of June 30, 2011. Brother Gunther Aucoin Endowed Scholarship E.J. Babin Endowed Scholarship Brother Lee Barker Endowed Scholarship Brother Bennett Bishop Scholarship Class of 1960 Scholarship James Robert Crosslin Endowed Scholarship Brother Joseph Donovan Endowed Scholarship Faculty Formation Endowment Brother Leo Godin Endowed Scholarship John C. Hamilton, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Rita Cue Johnson Endowed Scholarship Jack Kent, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Brother Noel Lemmon Family Scholarship McCloskey Evans Scholarship W&M McHugh Scholarship O’Keefe Endowed Scholarship Brother Romuald Endowed Scholarship SSC Alumni Association Scholarship St. Rose de Lima Scholarship Brother Mark Thornton Scholarship Waters Tuition Aid Fund Below is a list of partially funded endowment funds as of June 30, 2011. Chris D. Briede ‘89 Memorial Scholarship Lassere Family Scholarship Scot L. Modenbach Memorial Fund Shannon Family - Sacred Heart Scholarship

St. Stanislaus granted a total of $142,672.00 in student financial aid from endowed scholarship funds for the 2010-2011 school year.

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22nd Annual Alumni Golf Tournament The 2010 Golf Tournament sponsored by Merrill Lynch was once again held at The Oaks Golf Course in Pass Christian, MS, on Friday, October 22, 2010. Delicious food compliments of BB’s Bar B Que was enjoyed by 128 golfers which was our largest turnout in recent years! Mark your calendars now for the 23rd Annual Golf Tournament which will be on October 21st, 2011 once again at The Oaks.

Golf Tournament Income Golf Tournament Expenses Net Income

BIG RED SPONSORS

J. Levens Builders, Inc. Dirk Danielson, MD Habitat for Humanity Bay-Waveland Ports America Gulfport, Inc. Law Office of Jim Davis Triton Systems The Dock Bar and Grill Patients Choice Trustmark Whitney Bank AXA Advisors Dairy Fresh

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$20,753.49 $13,846.58 $6,906.91

AWARDS PARTY SPONSOR Waste Management Mike Hall Elipse Medical Joby LaBruzzo ‘83

HOLE SPONSORS

Wright, Ward, Hatten & Guel Latitude 30 at The Dock The Rain Makers David Sawyer ‘69

LUNCH SPONSOR Qualastat Solutions Ted Schmidt ‘79 Gachassin Law Firm Nick Gachassin ‘85


Rockin the Globe Hangin’ Ten in Hawaii Income Expenses Net Income

$138,119.54 $76,991.01 $61,128.53

This year the annual Rockin the Globe fundraiser traveled to Hawaii. Over 1,500 guests enjoyed culinary delights from more than 100 resturants from the Mississippi Gulf Coast as well as New Orleans. If that was not enough, guests could enjoy the music of five bands while bidding on over 200 live and silent auction items. Next year we will be Getting Down in Greece on April 21st, 2012! Thank you to our sponsors! Mrs. Jennifer Nicaud and Mr. Kent Nicaud Hancock Bank Leo W. Seal Family Foundation United States Marine, Inc. Mr. Frank H. Walk Memorial Hospital at Gulfport Mr. Daryl Cornell Mr. and Mrs. Gary Everhart, Jr. Ms. Linda L. Theobald Phelps Dunbar, L.L.P

Dr. Edward R. Willis Compton Engineering, INC Mr. John J. Uhl ‘51 Hon. Robert L. Lobrano ‘61 Dr. David N. Sawyer ‘69 Mr. Joey G. Manieri ‘72 Mr. John E. Zimmerman ‘83 Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus C. Carter Dr. and Mrs. William T. Wood Gulf South Orthotics & Prosthetics

Mr. and Mrs. David Allen Mr. and Mrs. J. Kelly Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Favre Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan P. Shands Mr. and Mrs. William D. Dennis Vacuum Services Group, LLC Mr. Joey G. Manieri ‘72 Quest Rehab Woodland Village Nursing Home

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The Inaugural St. Stanislaus Fishing Tournament

The 2011 Fishing Tournament was greeted with much enthusiasm and excitement. Hosted on June 4th and 5th, 88 anglers fished on 27 boats helping to solidify this as an annual event. Being the first year for St. Stanislaus to host a fishing tournament, our main goal was to attract alumni, students, parents, and local anglers to the SSC campus. Over $5,000 in cash and prizes was awarded to more than twenty-five winners in nine categories. Additionally a one week vacation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico was raffled off to one lucky winner. This was with out a doubt overwhelmingly successful and we are looking forward to hosting the 2nd Annual Fishing Tournament on June 1st and 2nd, 2012.

Income Expenses Net Income

$6,105.00 $5,564.78 $540.22

Stewart Sneed & Hewes Insurance The Bow Shop - Walter Billups ‘85 & Lloyd Nicaud ‘89 Dixie Signs - Glenn Ladner Sports Unlimited - Tim & Tony Deas The Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation Storm Surge Marine Rimmer Covington ‘00

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Class Agents 1934 Leo Blaize 1936 Richard Hammer 1937 Roy Breerwood 1938 David Glover Peter Buttross 1939 William Gilbert 1940 Ernest Buttross 1941 Robert Cuevas, Jr. 1942 Joseph Arbour 1943 Jules Arceneaux Roy Cangelosi 1945 Rodney Ranson Frank Fabaccher Herbert Babin 1946 Dr. Andrew Martinolich, Jr. James Martin 1947 Wallace Bontemps Raymond Carrio, Jr. Ray Richard Ray Steiffel 1948 Edward Brignac, Jr. G. Walton Caire 1949 Rudolph Young, Jr. 1950 Dr. Frank Schmidt Dr. George Hamilton, Jr. 1951 Gerald Shields, Sr. Dr. Vincent Liberto 1952 Andre Arceneaux Gerald Rooney 1953 Gerald Gex David Treutel 1954 Jimmy Bechnel Manelik Pou Gabriel Brady

1955 Frank Hille James Kenny, Jr. 1956 Al Lippman Gerald Leblanc 1957 Tommy Kidd, Sr. Judge Walter Gex, III 1958 Ames Kergosien Sheldon Seuzeneau, II 1959 Herman Jacobi 1960 Paul Blaum Charles Genard Gordon Pratt 1961 Lars Phillips Pat Mashburn Irvin Cuevas Billy App 1962 Phillip Fasullo, Jr. Don Smith 1963 Sidney Chevis Barrett Bordes James Lacour Richard Vinson, Sr. 1964 Howard Robichaux Paul Fister Richard Moran 1965 Bart Carr John Genin, Sr. 1966 Frank Lagarde, Jr. William Stechmann Walter Antin, Jr. 1967 Pat Murphy, Jr. Joseph Martin, Jr. Richard Oustalet 1968 Weldon Frommeyer, Jr. John Leary Sylvan Ladner. III 1969 Stanford Ladner III John Jones

Dr. David Sawyer Mike Meyers 1970 Chris Wegmann James Cobb, Jr. David Taylor, Sr. 1971 Joe D. Benvenutti James Oustalet Michael Byrne 1972 Ralph Aucoin William Wood, Jr. Victor Franckiewicz, Jr. 1973 John Morris Dr. Bert Keel, Jr. Thomas Yongue 1974 Donald Rafferty Alvin Ladner, Jr. Michael Keel 1975 Thomas Gargiulo Guy Billups, III 1976 Dr. David Weir Dr. John Lassere Dr. Michael Graeber 1977 Gene Hoda Rudy Letellier Lucien “Beau” Gex III 1978 Paul Bertucci David Lippmann Joseph Cure, Sr. 1979 David Chaffe, IV Martin Tighe 1980 Frank Tighe Gerald Rigby, Jr. Perre Cabell 1981 Ted Longo Lee Klein, Jr. Erling Rabe, Jr. 1982 Emery Edwards Michael Jarreau Anthony Trapani, III Alan Bowen

1983 Paul Gallagher Stanley Williams 1984 Ronald Artigues, Jr. Cary Trapani John Conery, Jr. 1985 Patrick Nolan Nick Gachassin, III 1986 Edward Benvenutti David Zanca Matt Johns 1987 Jose Lau Dan Jack Simpson, Jr. Steve Montagnet, III 1988 Stephen Cuevas Shane Praetorius Felix Sternfels 1989 Craig Sweeney Jeff Aycock 1990 Noah Denson James Brue Michael Ritten 1991 Trey Kidd, III Kevin Bourg Kevin Jacobi 1992 Michael Davidge Philip Fasullo III 1993 Peter Ritten Dr. Myron Labat, Jr. 1994 Leo Seal, III Scott Pepperman Bryan Carter 1995 Sonny Schindler Jeep Mestayer Brooks Quinlan 1996 Jerry Polk, Jr. Correy Gex Herb Dubisson, Jr.

1997 William Powell, Jr. Ty McMichael Michael Mancuso 1998 Kile Foster Chris Estrade Eric Stoltz 1999 Kevin Estrade Jeff Lagarde Thomas Pellissier 2000 Stephen Peterman Travis Fucich D’Mitri Sofianos 2001 Justin Ladner Hunter Dawkins Michael Carter Chris Mensi 2002 Brent Acker Brian Butler BJ Ledet 2003 Jeremy Lewis Jeremy Keller 2004 Kyle Lewis Stefan Clayton 2005 Robert Goggins Lee Klein Jordan Ellis 2006 Lance Cuevas Brad Reinhart J.C. Brignone 2007 Robert “Joe” Boudin III Joe Cure, Jr. Erich Lichtenstein 2008 Ben Leiker Chris Necaise 2009 Guy Wood Henderson Hewes 2010 Andrew Gargiulo Boomer Scarborough

Class Agents serve as contact persons for each class. They help to notify SSC on any happenings with their classmates, as well as serve as organizers for school related class events.

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St. Stanislaus Financial Report Income Tuition and Fees Facility Rental & Auxiliary Services Annual Fund Food Services Income SSC Progression Corp. Grants Athletics Camp Stanislaus Rent Miscellaneous Income Interest & Dividends Total Income Expense Academics Plant, Utilities, Transportation Administration Expenses Food Services Expenses Residency & Health Insurance Property & Liability Auxiliary Services Expenses Rent Athletic Expenses Professional Education Bad Debt Total Expense Net Ordinary Income Extraordinary Expenses Net Income

St. Stanislaus Income

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*unaudited statements

$3,715,302.31 $313,198.06 $233,528.64 $165,445.30 $159,457.46 $143,003.50 $80,000.00 $35,182.02 $10,619.89 $4,855,737.18 $1,898,037.02 $871,093.89 $646,388.43 $505,077.10 $485,820.30 $210,053.00 $197,226.01 $150,000.00 $113,930.76 $28,493.82 $11,061.66 $5,117,181.99 $(261,444.81) $458,546.15 $(719,990.96)

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SSC Progression Corp. Financial Report Income Investment Earnings, Interest & Dividends Designated Gifts Annual Fund Special Events Capital Campaign Endowed Scholarships Total Income

$1,689,123.64 $240,144.33 $233,528.64 $184,326.03 $45,530.01 $7,985.03 $2,400,637.68

Expenses Designated Gifts Annual Fund Grant to SSC Scholarship Distributions Miscellaneous and Special Events Investment Fees & Expenses Purchase of Property Publications Administrative Expenses Alumni Relations Professional Development & Faculty Events Annual Appeal Expenses Total Expenses

$258,889.08 $215,266.46 $142,672.00 $108,560.01 $84,087.83 $57,412.86 $32,889.18 $15,789.02 $10,795.21 $8,028.29 $6,655.18 $944,389.94

1,456,247.74

Net Income

*unaudited statements

SSC Progression Corp. Income

SSC Progression Corp. Expenses

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2010-2011 St. Stanislaus Board Chair Mr. William S. App ‘61 President Bro. Bernard Couvillion, SC Secretary Bro. Ronald Hingle, SC Mrs. Barbara Carter Bro. Francis David, SC Hon. Robert L. Lobrano, 61 Bro. Paul Mulligan, SC Hon. John C. Gargiulo ‘85 Mr. Dave A. Treutel, Jr. ‘76 Mr. Mike Gibbens 2010-2011 SSC Progression Corporation Board President Bro. Bernard Couvillion, SC Treasurer Mr. Christopher J. Mensi ‘01 Secretary Mr. John P. Baxter ‘89 Bro. Ronald Hingle, SC Bro. Will Boyles, SC Mr. Patrick J. Kergosien ‘82 Mr. Charley E. “Dusty” Rhodes ‘64 Mr. John J. Uhl ‘51 Mr. Dave Dennis Mr. William A. Peneguy ‘65 2010-2011 Alumni Association Board President Mr. Joseph W. Gex ‘88 Mr. Brandon S. Rhodes ‘92 Mr. Brian K. Labat ‘68 Mr. Chris F. Trapani ‘84 Mr. Clay A. Wagner ‘78 Mr. Don K. Smith ‘62 Dr. Andrew K. Martinolich ‘46 Mr. Frank Hille ‘55 Mr. Joe E. Monti ‘70 Mr. Patrick L. Martinez ‘99 Mr. Chris J. Estrade ‘98

2010 Profile of St. Stanislaus Founded in 1854 Type of School: Catholic, Independent College Preparatory 2010-2011 TUITION AND FEES Day...........................................................................$5,570 U.S. Resident Student............................................$20,655 International Returning Resident Student..............$24,000 New International Resident Student......................$26,500 FACULTY & ADMINISTRATION Number of Brothers on staff.............................................6 Number of Lay Faculty...................................................41 Number of Alumni on staff...............................................9 School Student to Faculty ratio....................................10:1 Residency Student to Staff ratio.....................................9:1 Average number of years teaching experience.............16.8 Number of PhDs on staff...................................................3 Number of Masters on staff.............................................17 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS Day Students.................................................................293 U.S. Resident Students...................................................68 • 10 States International Resident Students......................................20 • 7 Countries (China, India, Mexico, S. Korea, Tiawan, Thailand, France) Total Resident Student Population..................................88 Total Student Body........................................................381

Mission of St. Stanislaus College The mission of St. Stanislaus, a Catholic residency and day school for young men, is to teach Gospel values and to nurture the total development of each student according to the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. The school fosters character formation and integrates faith development within a curriculum, which is primarily college preparatory. As an integral part of its mission, St. Stanislaus maintains a residency program, which offers students opportunities for educational success and personal growth within a disciplined and structured environment.


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ADMINISTRATION & STAFF Bro. Bernard Couvillion President Bro. Ronald Hingle Principal Patrick McGrath Assistant Principal of Academics Susan Estrade Assistant Principal of Activities Alumni Director Jeff Anderson Dean of Discipline Stace McRaney Athletic Director Aimee Saucier Director of Finance Chris Mensi ’01 Director of Advancement Jay Trapani Assistant Director of Advancement Richard Gleber ’89 Director of Public Relations John Thibodeaux ’01 Director of Admissions Dan Zwerg Director of Technology Sandra Odom Registrar / Assistant to the Principal Laurin LaFontaine Bookeeper Sandra Farrior Main Office Cecil Farrior Bus Driver

Residency Jeremy Clark ’98 Director of Residency Kristen Tusa Academic & Activities Coordinator DP Daigle Chris Davis ’98 Matthew Shannon Jimmy Saucier ’98 Chris Vignes Kevin Arnault Tywan Arrington Buildings and Grounds Freddy West ‘91 Director of Buildings and Grounds Michael Acker Gus Adam Joey Cerone ‘03 Doug Duelfer Bro. Francis Fleming Pearlie Garvin Beth Lummus Kayla Lummus Bro. Raymond Sylve Allen Vince Jacqueline Vince

Fine Arts Christian Bailey Stephen Abadie Foreign Languages Bro. Eduardo Baldioceda Department Head Abdou Sane Darcee Wood Guidance Bro. Dwight Kenney Mick Quinlan Estelle Robinson Library Virginia Gex Mathematics Jordan Roy Department Head Bro. Harold Harris Louise Perkins Pam Hancock Physical Education Jay Ladner Department Head Forrest Williams

Kitchen Terry McGinity ‘75 Director of Food Services Patrice Brown Maria Cox Rose Elliott Mike Jones Terry McGinity Bob Sayle Dennis Snider Angela Wilkerson

Reading & ESL Harriet Bellone Department Head Darcee Wood

Nurse Julie Cannon Julie Lawhead

Science Fred Cherota Department Head Letha Boudreaux Kathryn Walters

FACULTY Computer Science & Technology Dan Zwerg Department Head Mark Logan ’86 English Renee Hamm Department Head David Trim Denise Carniero

Religion Meredith LaFontaine Department Head Ryan Martin Ken France Adrienne Quinlan

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2011-2012 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Fri., Sept. 30, 2011 Homecoming Tailgate Party at 5:00 p.m.and Dedication of the SSC Baseball Complex Football vs. Vancleave at 7:00 p.m. Fri., Oct. 21, 2011 23rd Annual Alumni Association Golf Tournament at The Oaks Sat., Apr. 21, 2012 Rockin the Globe Gettin’ Down in Greece Sat., Jan. 28, 2012 Alumni Reunion Fri.& Sat., Jun. 1&2, 2012 2nd Annual SSC Fishing Tournament at St. Stanislaus

Social Studies Erich Hoffer Department Head Dawson McCall ’00 Stace McRaney Dan Romano

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