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The Mary Louis Academy

ANNUAL REPORT 2011-2012


Spring 2013 Dear Alumnae, Parents, and Friends, I am happy to report that, through your generosity, contributions to TMLA during the 2011-2012 fiscal year totaled over $600,000. We celebrated our alumnae with wonderful reunions throughout the year, including the major spring reunion which resulted in a huge class gift to the Academy. These gifts enabled us to engage in many projects here at TMLA, including the rewiring and outfitting of the Art Cottage to accommodate our new Graphic Design course. Truly blessed in many ways, the Academy continues to grow and to thrive as a result of your committed support. In this Annual Report you will note some of the student highlights for the past year including a special section on the spirituality of TMLA which is integral to who we are as a school community. The vision and mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph continues as we work together to help provide a better world through the empowerment of young women. The theme for this school year revolves around “Building Relationships through Unity.” Your gift, regardless of the size, unites you with us as we work to educate women for the future. We count on your support. Together we reflect on TMLA’s magnificent past even as we celebrate her exciting future!

May God continue to bless you and your family. Sincerely,

Sister Kathleen McKinney CSJ, Ed.D. Principal Front Cover Photo: Stained glass window in TMLA Chapel depicting Christ the Teacher. In 1950 TMLA’s Alumnae Association donated this window in memory of our founding Principal – S. Mary Angelica Clarkin CSJ, Ph.D. -2-

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Sisters of St. Joseph – Brentwood, NY Board of Members S. Helen Kearney CSJ, Ph.D. President S. Patricia Mahoney CSJ, M.S.W.

The Mary Louis Academy Board of Trustees Jeanne Brostek Altenau, MBA ‘75

Susan James Kropf, MBA ‘66

Senior Vice-President of Corporate Performance

Retired President and Chief Operating Officer

Broadview Networks

Avon Products Geraldeen Licurse, BA

William Armstrong, CPA, MBA P ‘09

Councilor

Chief Financial Officer

Chief Financial Officer

S. Eugenia Calabrese CSJ, M.S.

Beginning with Children Foundation

St. Francis Hospital/Mercy Medical Center/St. Joseph Hospital

Councilor

Anne Rafferty, MS

Mary Ellen Freeley, Ed.D. (Chair) P ‘92 & ‘95

S. Kathleen McKinney CSJ, Ed.D.

Associate Professor

Councilor

St. John’s University; School of Education

S. Jane Marie Reilly CSJ, M.S.W.

Department of Administration & Instructional Leadership

Councilor

Sister Angela Gannon CSJ, Ph.D. (Hon.)

S. Helen Rooney CSJ, M.S.W.

Secretariat for Catholic Education & Formation

Secretary

Diocese of Brooklyn S. Kathleen with 3 generations of TMLA women, Joan Uccelli Monteleone ’58, her daughter Lisa Monteleone Berge ’85 and granddaughter Daniella Berge ’12

Retired Director of Admissions Fontbonne Hall Academy John C. Roth, MBA Chief Financial Officer St. Joseph’s College, New York Pascale Saint-Louis, MS, Assoc. AIA, NOMA, LEED 01 Architectural Designer

Valerie J. Green, MA ‘72

FXFOWLE Architects

Publisher / Senior VP Marketing am New York / Cablevision Local Media

Sharon P. Scaturro, JD ‘76 Attorney

Mary Ann Halford, MBA ‘76

Kramer & Associates, P.C.

Managing Director Communications, Media & Entertainment

Patricia Schaubeck, JD ‘78

FTI Consulting

General Counsel Suffolk Bancorp

Mary Hannon, Ed.D. ‘77 Director of ELA & Reading K-12

Patricia Castel Skarulis, MA ‘62

Bethpage School District

Vice President Information Systems and Chief Information Officer

Sister Elizabeth Hill CSJ, MA, JD

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

President St. Joseph’s College, New York

Tamara Stephen, JD ‘88 Associate Director of Career Services

Sister Joan Holmberg SC, Ph.D. ‘57

TMLA trip to Italy & the Vatican

Brooklyn Law School

Professor Emeritus / Pastoral Associate Wagner College / Mary Queen of Heaven Parish

Monica Reddy Wood, MBA ‘72 Doctoral Candidate Teacher’s College – Columbia University

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The Mary Louis Academy Administration S. Kathleen McKinney CSJ, Ed.D. Principal S. Filippa Luciano CSJ, M.A. ‘54 Assistant Principal – Admissions Mrs. Ann O’Hagan Cordes, M.S. ‘84 Assistant Principal – Academics

Office of Academy Advancement Mrs. Regina Cialone Alaimo, M.N.M. ‘97 Director of Advancement Mr. Sean Belon Director of Annual Fund & Alumnae Relations S. Margaret Conway CSJ, M.A., M.S. ‘69 Associate Director of Advancement Mrs. Judy Belon Assistant Director of Advancement

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Adelphi University Trustee Scholarship

CUNY Hunter Jenny Hunter Scholar Scholarship (2 winners)

Adelphi University Trustee Talent Scholarship

CUNY Queens Athletic Scholarship

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Dean’s Scholarship

Daemen College President’s Scholarship

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Pharmaceutical Science Award

Drexel University A.J. Drexel Scholar Award (2 winners) Drexel University Academic Scholarship (2 winners)

Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Presidential Scholarship

Drexel University Dean’s Scholar Award

Albertus Magnus College The Mohun Scholarship

Fairfield University Athletic Award

Alfred University Presidential Scholarship

Fairfield University Bellarmine Scholarship (5 winners)

Allegheny College Trustee Scholarship

Fairfield University Ignatian Scholarship (2 winners)

AMDA College and Conservatory of Performing Arts Scholarship

Fairfield University Loyola Scholarship Fairfield University Magis Scholar Award (2 winners)

American University Frederick Douglass Scholarship (3 winners)

Fairfield University Xavier Scholarship (3 winners)

American University Presidential Scholarship

Fairleigh Dickinson University Dean’s Scholarship (2 winners)

Assumption College Brother Gerard Brassard Award

Fairleigh Dickinson University Provost Award

Barry University Scholarship

Florida Institute of Technology Merit Scholarship

Baylor University Provost’s Gold Scholarship

Fordham University Dean’s Scholarship

Boston University Grant

Fordham University Jogues Scholarship (8 winners)

Boston University Presidential Scholarship

Fordham University Scholarship

Bryant University Deans’ Scholarship

Fraternal Order of Police Scholarship

Building Service 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training & Safety Fund Scholarship (2 winners)

Graduation & Scholarships The Class of 2012 was awarded over $30 million in merit-based academic scholarships and generously

Adelphi University Business Award (6 winners)

Canisius College Benefactor’s Scholarship

Adelphi University Deans’ Award (10 winners)

Case Western Reserve University

Adelphi University Deans Scholarship

Michelson-Morley Scholarship

Adelphi University Girl Scout Scholarship

Champlain College Presidential Scholarship (2 winners)

Adelphi University High School Achievement Award (5 winners)

Clark University Presidential Scholarship

Adelphi University Math and Science Initiative Award (4 winners)

contributed over 90,000 hours of volunteer service to their communities. The following academic scholarships

Adelphi University Presidential Scholarship

were awarded to the Class of 2012:

Adelphi University Provost Scholarship (9 winners) (*$30 million figure does not include any need-based financial aid)

Adelphi University Recognition Award (26 winners)

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George Mason University Athletic Scholarship George W. Kleinknecht Memorial Scholarship

Clark University Traina Scholarship Award College of Mount Saint Vincent Academic Scholarship

(4 winners)

College of Mount Saint Vincent Merit Award (6 winners) CUNY Baruch Scholar Award CUNY Baruch Scholarship

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Georgetown University Scholarship

Long Island University (C.W. Post) Alumni Scholarship

Hartwick College Abraham Kellogg Scholarship (2 winners)

Long Island University (C.W. Post) Leadership Award (4 winners)

Hartwick College Judge William Cooper Scholarship

Long Island University (C.W. Post) Recognition Award (8 winners)

Hartwick College Samuel Nelson Scholarship

Long Island University (C.W. Post) Scholars Award (3 winners)

Hobart and William Smith Colleges Faculty Scholarship (2 winners)

Loyola University Maryland Athletic Scholarship

Hobart and William Smith Colleges Presidential Leadership Award

Loyola University Maryland Christopher Clavius, S.J., Award Loyola University Maryland Claver Scholarship (2 winners)

Hofstra University Achievement Scholarship (6 winners)

Loyola University Maryland Presidential Scholarship (2 winners)

Hofstra University Presidential Scholarship (10 winners)

Loyola University New Orleans Merit Award

Hofstra University Pride Grant (11 winners)

Macaulay Honors College (Hunter)

Immaculata University Faculty Scholarship

Macaulay Honors College (Queens)

Iona College Academic Excellence Scholarship (5 winners)

Manhattan College Dean’s Award

Iona College Deans’ Scholars Award Iona College Incentive Grant (2 winners) Iona College Scholarship (12 winners) Johnson & Wales University Campus Award (2 winners) Johnson & Wales University Presidential Academic Scholarship (3 winners) Juniata College M.G. Brumbaugh Scholarship King’s College Christi Regis Scholarship (2 winners) La Salle University Founders Scholarship (4 winners) Le Moyne College Community Award (2 winners) Le Moyne College Leader Scholarship (4 winners) Le Moyne College Presidential Scholarship LIM College Academic Achievement Scholarship Long Island University (Brooklyn) Incentive Awards Long Island University (Brooklyn) Provost’s Excellence Award (2 winners) Long Island University (C.W. Post) Academic Excellence Award (2 winners) Long Island University (C.W. Post) Academic Incentive Award

Manhattan College Founder’s Award (3 winners) Manhattan College Presidential Scholarship (7 winners) Manhattan College Science Scholars Award Manhattanville College Performing Arts Scholarship

Mount Saint Mary College Achievement Scholarship (5 winners)

Polytechnic Institute of New York University POLY-WEST Scholarship

Mount Saint Mary College Dean’s Scholarship

Polytechnic Institute of New York University Promise Fund Scholarship

Mount Saint Mary College Founders’ Scholarship (2 winners)

Polytechnic Institute of New York University Recognition Award

Mount St. Mary’s University Presidential Scholarship (3 winners)

Pratt Institute Presidential Merit-Based Scholarship

Mount St. Mary’s University Trustee Scholarship (2 winners)

PrattMWP (Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute) Merit Scholarship

Municipal Credit Union Mayor John Mitchell Memorial Scholarship

Providence College Albertus Magnus Scholarship (2 winners)

New York Institute of Technology Academic Achievement Award (2 winners)

Providence College St. Joseph Scholarship Quinnipiac University Academic Scholarship (2 winners)

New York Institute of Technology Merit Scholarship (4 winners)

Quinnipiac University Dean’s Scholarship (2 winners) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Leadership Award

New York Institute of Technology Presidential Scholarship (2 winners)

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Medal Scholarship

New York Institute of Technology T.K. Steele Scholarship (4 winners)

Robert McCormick Sr. Memorial Scholarship

New York University CAS Scholarship

Sacred Heart University John F. Welch College of Business Scholarship

New York University Steinhardt Scholarship Niagara University Scholarship

Sacred Heart University President’s Excellence Award (2 winners)

Niagara University Academic Achievement Award

Sacred Heart University Trustee Scholarship

Nichols College President’s Achievement Scholarship

Saint Anselm College Presidential Scholarship

Northeastern University Excellence Scholarship

Saint Francis University Franciscan Scholarship

Northeastern University Grant (2 winners)

Saint Francis University Presidential Scholarship

Oglethorpe University Lanier Scholarship

Saint Francis University Reach Higher Award

Pace University Athletic Scholarship

Saint Joseph’s University Presidential Scholarship

Mercyhurst College Athletic Scholarship

Pace University Honors Scholarship (4 winners)

Saint Joseph’s University Not For Spectators Scholarship

Mercyhurst College Bishop Watson Scholarship

Pace University Incentive Award (11 winners)

Saint Joseph’s University Scholarship (2 winners)

Mercyhurst College Dr CR Drew Scholarship

Pace University Opportunity Scholarship (2 winners)

Saint Joseph’s University United Scholars Award

Mercyhurst College Presidential Scholarship

Pace University President’s Scholarship

Saint Peter’s College Arrupe Award with Magis

Mercyhurst University Egan Scholarship

Pace University Trustee Recognition Award (7 winners)

Saint Peter’s College Pavonia Scholarship

Molloy College Dominican Scholarship (5 winners)

Philadelphia University Faculty Scholarship

Seton Hall University Academic Scholarship

Monmouth University Academic Excellence Scholarship

Plymouth State University Scholarship

Seton Hall University Scholarship (7 winners)

Manhattanville College President’s Scholarship Marist College Athletic Scholarship Marist College Presidential Scholarship (5 winners) Marymount Manhattan College Freshman Academic Excellence Scholarship (2 winners) Marymount Manhattan College New York City Scholarship (2 winners) Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Scholarship

Siena College Deans’ Scholarship

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Siena College Mission Scholarship

SUNY Cortland John Fantauzzi ‘58 Scholarship

The University of Tampa Dean’s Scholarship

Wells College Deans Award

Siena College Presidential Scholarship (6 winners)

SUNY Cortland Merit Scholarship (3 winners)

The University of Tampa Presidential Scholarship

West Virginia University Blue & Gold Level 2 Scholarship

Springfield College President’s Achiever Scholarship

SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry Presidential Scholarship

The University of Tampa Spartan Scholarship

Wheaton College Dean’s Award

SUNY Fredonia Dean’s Scholar Award

The University of Vermont Presidential Scholarship (2 winners)

Wheelock College Fenway Grant

SUNY Maritime Cadet Appointment Program Scholarship

TWU Local 106/M Technology Scholarship Award

SUNY Oneonta Presidential Diversity Scholarship

Union College Presidential Scholarship (2 winners)

SUNY Oneonta Presidential Scholarship

University of Bridgeport Trustee Scholarship

St. Francis College Scholarship (13 winners)

SUNY Oswego Dean’s Scholarship

University of Central Missouri Red & Black Scholarship

St. John’s University Academic Achievement Award (36 winners)

SUNY Oswego Merit Scholarship

University of Central Missouri Scholar Award

SUNY Oswego Presidential Scholarship (2 winners)

University of Delaware Scholarship (2 winners)

SUNY Plattsburgh Freshman Merit Scholarship

University of Hartford Alumni Grant (6 winners)

SUNY Stony Brook Academic Program Scholarship

University of Hartford Merit Scholarship

SUNY Stony Brook Presidential Scholarship (7 winners)

University of Hartford Regent’s Scholarship

Syracuse University Chancellor’s Scholarship

University of Massachusetts Amherst Chancellor’s Scholarship (4 winners)

St. Bonaventure University Bona Presidential Scholarship St. Bonaventure University Distinguished Scholars Award St. Bonaventure University Presidential Resident Scholarship

St. John’s University Presidential Scholarship St. John’s University Scholastic Excellence Scholarship (13 winners) St. Joseph’s College Scholastic Achievement Award St. Joseph’s College ACES Grant (2 winners)

Syracuse University Dean’s Scholar Scholarship

St. Joseph’s College Dean’s Scholarship (8 winners) St. Joseph’s College Incentive Grant (7 winners) St. Joseph’s College Presidential Scholarship (8 winners) St. Joseph’s College Scholastic Achievement Award (11 winners) St. Thomas Aquinas College Academic Scholarship (2 winners)

Temple University Scholar Award (2 winners)

University of Massachusetts Amherst Director’s Scholarship

The Art Institute of Boston Scholarship

University of Miami Trustee Scholarship

The College of Saint Rose Award (6 winners)

University of New Haven Charger Award

The College of Saint Rose Founders’ Scholarship (2 winners)

University of New Haven Distinguished Scholar Award

The College of Saint Rose Provost’s Scholarship (4 winners)

St. Thomas Aquinas College Honors Program Scholarship Stetson University Dean’s Scholarship Stevenson University Faculty Scholarship Stonehill College Deans Scholarship (2 winners) Stonehill College Presidential Scholarship SUNY Albany Barnes & Noble Achievers Scholarship SUNY Albany Frederick Douglass Scholar Award SUNY Albany Presidential Scholar Award (5 winners) SUNY Brockport Dean’s Scholarship

University of New Haven Presidential Scholarship (4 winners)

The Pennsylvania State University Hazelton Chancellor’s Award

University of New Haven Writing Award

SUNY Buffalo Provost Scholarship (3 winners)

York College of Pennsylvania Heritage Award (2 winners)

University of Rochester Dean’s Scholarship Ursinus College Achievement Award

The University of Alabama Collegiate Scholar Scholarship

Utica College Achievement Award

The University of Arizona Excellence Award (2 winners)

Utica College Pinnacle Scholarship

The University of Scranton Arrupe Scholarship

Villanova University Scholarship

The University of Scranton Dean’s Scholarship (3 winners)

Virginia Union University Academic Scholarship

The University of Scranton Loyola Scholarship (4 winners)

Yale University Scholarship

University of New Haven Leadership Award

The Cooper Union Scholarship

The State Education Department Scholarship for Academic Excellence (7 winners)

Whittier College John Greenleaf Whittier Scholarship

Wagner College Physician Assistant Scholarship Washington College Academic Tuition Scholarship (2

Spirit Night

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Spirituality

COMMUNION BREAKFAST

ND VISION

In response to requests from our students, we revived

In the 2011-2012 school year, a large number of stu-

our tradition of the annual Communion Breakfast.

dents from TMLA went on a trip to Notre Dame University, to participate in a camp for young Cath-

Families and friends joined us for mass and a love-

olics from all across the country. ND Vision is an

ly breakfast, just in the peak of spring time. This

intricate and inspiring program for High School

day brought many new people together and facili-

students, run by the undergraduate students from

tated an opportunity to grow in faith and in com-

Notre Dame. Each year our students return eager

munity among many of our students, faculty, fami-

and inspired to integrate their experiences at ND

lies and friends. We hope you can join us next year!

Vision into the broader community of TMLA.

FIRST FRIDAY LITURGY

SACRAMENT SEEKERS

In the Fall of 2011, the implementation of regular

We successfully completed the first year of our new

First Friday Mass was established. The First Friday

“Sacrament Seeker� program. This was for any stu-

of each month we have an entirely student-led lit-

dent who was baptized into the Catholic faith but

urgy, in our beautiful Chapel. At a meeting prior

had not received further Sacraments. The program

to the mass, Ms. Scully, our Campus Minister,

entails thorough sacramental preparation and ap-

meets with any student interested in planning and

propriate catechesis for any student enrolled in the

participating in the mass. The students assist in

program. Under the guidance and teaching of Mrs.

choosing music, writing intercessions, and making

Laura Rodgers, Chairperson of our Department of

mass booklets. They volunteer to serve in ministry as altar servers, lectors, gift bearers, ministers of

Religious Studies, Ms. Kimberly Scully, our Campus

hospitality, extraordinary ministers of Holy Com-

Minister, and Fr. Christopher Cleary, C.P, our Chap-

munion, musicians and singers. Helping students

lain, a vibrant sacrament course was orchestrated and

discern and develop their unique gifts and how they

carried out. Over the course of the year, our candi-

might be used to enrich the faith experience of our

dates grew in community, in faith and deepened their

community is an essential part of our spirituality

understanding of and relationship with God. In May

at TMLA. Each month the participation and at-

2012, the program culminated with our seven can-

tendance grew at this special liturgical celebration!

didates receiving their sacrament of Confirmation.

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Annual Fund Class Participation Analysis Class 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958

Donors Out Of 2 2 1 4 11 2 6 24 8 18 21 23 37 18 19 24 26 58 18

12 22 21 26 45 36 52 58 71 99 91 118 121 97 97 141 135 199 185

Class 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977

Donors Out Of 47 15 18 56 22 21 29 21 23 21 19 16 13 67 11 24 26 17 46

Class

250 181 154 203 229 224 195 224 246 205 196 203 210 215 199 192 208 165 227

Donors Out Of

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996

30 12 20 11 19 10 9 6 8 41 5 7 6 5 47 13 3 5 7

174 243 206 198 254 250 230 248 233 244 247 241 221 228 228 214 216 216 191

Class 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Donors Out Of 10 4 2 3 2 4 6 10 3 4 10 8 13 8 48 153

244 192 189 228 213 227 213 258 218 256 249 253 239 220 262 235

Memorial Contributions In Memory of

Gift Made By

Katherine Alarcon 03

Mr. & Mrs. Roberto J. Alarcon (parents)

Marina Aquino 89

Mr. Gerald D. Aquino

Louise Paul Batterson 48

Mr. Peter J. Batterson

Patricia Bishop 49

Ms. Mary C. Hilliard

Edward W. Blatz

Evelyn Schweikert Blatz 59

Ann Beekman Brabazon 57

Mr. John J. Brabazon

Tara McManus Carlino 77

Mr. Stephen A. Carlino

Carole Wurtz Chickering 51

Patricia Finn McDonnell 51

S. Kathryn P. Clarke CSJ 57

Mary Jane Clarke Munch 51

Angelo Consoli

Mary Neunzig Bullock 55

Margaret Craig

Margaret Hoefner Martin, Esq. 90

Claire Jones Daniels 67

Gailmarie M. Goldrick 67

Marilyn “Lynn” Ann Higgins Davey 47

Ameriprise Financial

Sherry & Dave Baldwin Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Berman

2011-2012 Fiscal Year Year 2011-2012 Fiscal Sources of Income *

Mrs. Jean M. Dunning Mr. David Eppler

Sources of Income$9,987,724.00 * Operating Expenses | Operating Income $9,147,755.00 | Budget Gap $839,969.00 Difference must be covered by income investments endowments | Budget Gap $663,657.60 Operating Expenses $8,836,155.00 | from Operating Income&$8,172,497.40 Difference must be covered by income from investments & endowments

Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Froude Mr. & Mrs. Brian Herkert Ms. Sharon Hughes

Mandated Services $793,269.00

Mrs. Cynthia B. Johnson

Mandated Services $473,574.00

Mr. & Mrs. Gene Laube

Student Activities $346,714.00

Deirdre Davey McGraw

Student Activities $459,552.94 Annual Fund Unrestricted $469,470.00

Annual Fund Unrestricted $265,039.92 Annual Fund Restricted $449,875.00

Annual Fund Restricted $414,394.62

Tuition & Fees $6,945,231.00

Tuition & Fees * Annual Fund Restricted money CANNOT be used towards operating expenses. $6,559,936.00

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Ms. Maura Nicolos Ms. Mary L. Polzin

Athletics $1,050.00 Scholarships Bio Lab Renovation $262,325.00 $77,048.00

Mr. & Mrs. James B. Riley Mr. & Mrs. Talmage G. Rogers III Mr. & Mrs. Glen Salow

College Prep Program $175,000.00

Ms. Rosemary Scammell

College Prep Program** Religious Studies $308,980.00

$10,000.00

Other Robotics Program $1,500.00

$25,816.62 Other $2,550.00

Ms. Laura Vevea Deceased Members of the Class of 1957

Patricia Venezian Daley 57

Deceased Members of the Class of 1971

Christine Birbiglia MacCallum ‘71

Deceased Members of the Class of 1987

Pamela Ade Atela 87

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“TMLA serves as a haven for the intellectual growth of young women. Everywhere I look I see women in powerful roles; they are bright, dynamic leaders. I am encouraged to be engaged – to be involved – to enjoy what I am doing. Classes here educate and illuminate. TMLA is also a place of great service, my involvement in the social justice program has altered my perspective on the world. TMLA is, in a few words, a perspective changer. Here, we are encouraged to develop our own opinion on worldly things, to analyze our set opinions and to refresh our minds with the diversity our school provides.” – Erin Krebs


In Memory of cont.

Gift Made By cont.

In Memory of cont.

Gift Made By cont.

Deceaed Members of the Class of 1987 ctd. Beril Sofia Carrasquilla Cirinelli 87 Erin P. Coyle 87 Regina Woods DeCarlo 87 Deirdre A. DeLeo 87 Kelly Devlin 87

Christine Caiafa Guarino 92 ctd.

Nicole LaMarca Dolan 92

Patricia J. Feerick 92

Elizabeth Messemer Gilrane 87

Siobhan Keenan Fitzgerald 92

Jane K. Hogan 87

Darlene Weisman Flaherty 92

Joy Y. Huang 87

JoAnn M. Grigioni 92

Julianne Burgio Long 87

Meghan Freeley Harding 92

Arlene Austria Luciano 87

Ann Collins Kelly 92

Ann Marie Schwartz Machalek 87

Aymara Mayer Kolenovsky 92

Frances Shemitz Manoni 87

Dorothy L. Kyriannis 92

Mary Jane McQuillen 87

Tina Bozzolo Lopano 92

Sheila Rohan O’Gara 87

Elizabeth C. Maharajh 92

Sandra Oliveros Poarch 87

Margarita Alibutod Marasigan 92

Donna Zittel Provenzano 87

Nicohle Lombard McGeorge 92

Karyn Schultheiss Quinn 87

Scarlett L. McHugh 92

Kathleen L. Rickard 87

Stacy Menedez 92

Allis Runco Semczuk 87

Laura D. Mercedes 92

Anjali Parekh Singh 87

Kristen Lucrezio Moloney 92

Lynn Vital-Herne 87

Renee Ximines Norman 92

Claire M. Werner 87 Mr. James J. Dillon

Marion Savarese Dimitri 51

Mr. Michael S. Dimitri

Gwendolyn C. Dukette

Linda D. Dukette 69

August & Nora Eberhardt

Nora Eberhardt Quigley 46

Louise Ryan Ericson 67

Mr. John Ericson

Tony Esposito

Linda Esposito Pape, M.D. 76

S. Dorothy Mercedes Finn CSJ

Barbara A. Block, Esq. 65

Ann Griffin Fitzgerald 54

Mr. Brian P. Fitzgerald

Christine Caiafa Guarino 92

Carla Maldonado Alpern 92

Julie Donnarumma O’Connell 92 Maura King O’Grady 92 Maura Loughnane O’Keeffe 92 Dawn Pickett Parham 92 Elizabeth J. Popp 92 Jennifer E. Raleigh 92 Nancy Dreier Robson 92 Eileen Sullivan Rooney 92 Christine Landi Sarubbe 92 Caren Howe Sterner 92

Suzanne Scacalossi Athanasakis 92

Chastity Martinez Sullivan 92

Shona Jones Banfield 92

Nicole Miehl Weber 92

Heidi Urena Black 92 Daina Cernauskas 92 Dr. & Mrs. Gene F. Caiafa, Sr.

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Janine Whiting Esposito 92 Nancy Jones Feeley 92

Emily Dobry Doukas 87

Ann Scanlon Dillon 51

Maria Delgado Csikortos 92

Christine M. Zinser 92 Alfred Hortmann

Carola Hortmann Sprague 57

Emilie Lowerre Jambois 67

Jane M. Maguire, Esq. 67

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In Memory of cont.

Gift Made By cont.

S. Agnes Immaculate Jones CSJ

Laura Plant Willemin 44

Lillian McLaughlin Kennedy 57

Mr. James A. Kennedy

S. Regina Celeste Kenny CSJ

Mary Neunzig Bullock 55

Margaret A. Kitson 71

Margaret Bastable Parker 71

Margaret Purcell Knight 66

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Purcell (parents)

Anna Kuhn

Ms. Mary Hertil Mrs. Audrey LaSala Mrs. Dolores O’Neill

Carol Tricomi LaSala 52

Mr. Vincent J. LaSala

Eileen Daley Mac Queen 53

Mr. Sean R. Belon

Margaret Gladden Madigan 67

Jane M. Maguire, Esq. 67

S. Grace Devota McConnell CSJ

Margherita Madonia Sexton 68

S. Joseph Lorraine McCormack CSJ

S. Mary Kenneth Lane CSJ 44

Geraldine Reynolds McDonnell 57

Patricia Venezian Daley 57

Gifts in honor of Honoree

Gift Made by

Lauren, Juliana & Melina Brivio

Sophia Benito Brivio 90

Class of 1960

Rita Ortiga Waterman 60

Kelly Muskopf 07

Mrs. Kathy Muskopf

Mary Augusta Smith, Esq. 83

Ms. Patricia C. Smith

The Sisters of St. Joseph

Laurence Telson 83

S. James Patrice Veale CSJ

Mr. Christopher J. P. Baumann

Constance Venturini

Alexandra Venturini Dyer 74

Mr. Gerard M. McDonnell Ann Marie McGlynn

Dorothy Kloss Wortham 51 (mother) Carol Pautz Sloan 51

My Mom

Patricia A. Borgia 68

Helen & John Monks

Elaine Monks Alfano-Rees 52

Mary Ann Dulsky Morea-Connell 55

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Morea

Paula Aliesky Perry 44

Margaret Murray English 44 Dr. Carl L. Perry

Gift Enrollments

Vivian Powers

Susan Powers Schott 73

James A. Quigley

Nora Eberhardt Quigley 46

Elizabeth White Regan 77

Mary Patricia Beirne 77

Legacy for Leadership Circle

$250,000 or more

Gilda “Jill” Russo 53

Mr. Francis X. Russo

Fleur de Lis Circle

$100,000 to $249,999

Carol Sbarra Santini 57

Patricia Venezian Daley 57

Fidem Servavi Council

$50,000 to $99,999

John & Evelyn Sexton

Hannah Sexton Young 74

Mariel Society

$25,000 to $49,999

Mary Ann Munzel Sliwinski 56

Joan Munzel Gosink, Ph.D. 58

Wexford Circle

$10,000 to $24,999

Hillary Smith 84

Ms. Patricia C. Smith (mother)

Board of Trustees Council

$5,000 to $9,999

Marion Schulz Sokolski 44

Vina Sauer Hueg 44

Principal’s Circle

$2,500 to $4,999

Christine Veal-Grega 80

Mrs. Ethel M. Veal (mother)

Mother Mary Louis Guild

$1,000 to $2,499

St. Joseph’s Society

$500 to $999

Crusader Circle

$250 to $499

TMLA Society

$100 to $249

Blue & Gold Club

$50 to $99

Hilltopper Club

up to $49

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“Mary Louis means a lot to me. It is my basis for going to college and I love the teachers and classes that they offer. I can honestly say that I’ve made friends I will have forever. I’ve learned life changing lessons and have become involved in the world around me. I love the Speech & Debate team because it has helped me to speak in front of large groups with absolutely no problem. I have finally grown and overcome my overwhelming stage fright. I owe it all and so much more to Mary Louis!” – Tamara Dinnall

PRINCIPAL’S Circle

Susan Virgil O’Brien 58

Anonymous 89

S. Linda A. Pero CSJ 67

Bridget Connolly JD 78

Patricia Ryan Recupero M.D., JD 66

The Mary Louis Forensics Team (Speech & Debate) has won the “Dr Francis Giordano Award” as the most successful speech team in the Diocese for the past 12 years in a row. The Speech and Debate Team at Mary Louis is one of the few teams that compete interscholastically througout the entire academic year - from early October until the end of May. Each year the team competes in close to 15 tournaments sponsored by Catholic, public and private schools throughout the greater New York City area and many of our students individually qualify to compete at both the New York State and National Championships.

S. Annelle M. Fitzpatrick CSJ, Ph.D. 65 Maureen A. Rogers JD 77 Joan A. Ryan 70 Joan M. Gallagher 81 Carleen Cole Kohut 73

Angela Scicutella M.D.,PhD 78

Elizabeth Healey Kossuth 62

Pattiann Truocchio Taus 79

Nancy Matta 73

Laurence Telson 83

Lisa M. Mezzetti LL.M. 74

Jean Fitzpatrick Timmerberg Ph.D. 87

Faith Rieg Victory 52

Joan Goldsmith Tormey 47

Marianne Yen JD 80

Virginia Finn Van Brunt 65 Nancy Morgan Voss 78

Mother Mary Louis Guild

Hannah Sexton Young 74

Maria C. Adragna N.D. 77

St. Joseph’s Society

Jeanne Brostek Altenau 75

Karen A. Ballard 62

Christine Birbiglia MacCallum 71

Martha Indelicato Brincat 77

Rebecca Tomitz Armstrong 77

Barbara J. Butler M.D. 80

Frances Shemitz Manoni 87

Elaine Dehan Burger 52

Nancy Sheridan Kelly M.D. 60

Barbara A. Block JD 65

Lillian Ciprian Calvanico 61

Mary Jane McQuillen 87

Colleen E. Burns 87

Aileen Carmody Kelly 76

Susan James Kropf 66

Sandra Vitti Colangelo M.D. 83

Julie Canova 12

Marie T. Menendez-Sawicki 79

Barbara A. Casazza 72

Sophie Djanece Kerbeykian 75

Nora Eberhardt Quigley 46

Joan Castel Conway 59

Class of 2012

Theresa T. Nguyen M.D. 86

Joan McDonald Castellan 47

Catherine Labiak-Maher M.D. 74

Lena Cutrone-Shamulzai 02

Rosalie Duffy Crabbe 68

Susan Pace 78

Class of 1987

Renee Coyle Lahiff 87

Donna Alexandra Venturini Dyer 74

Claudia DeMonte 65

Andrea Pfenning 80

Rosemarie Coletti 74

Jeanne Linskey-Fields 71

Anonymous 72

Marie Palmich Elms 74

Linda Fellini DeRose 64

Kathleen Farrell Prigge 77

Maryellen Conk 68

Mary C. Madden 82

Estate of Margaret Howard Reilly 64

Estelle K. Gearon Ph.D. 50

Anitarose Longobardi Dziwura Ph.D. 78

Rolande Paultre Prince 75

Margaret O’Connell Conroy 63

Natalie N. Malone 94

Alice Duffy Grant 59

Joyceann Moore Eckart Ed.D. 61

Regina Bligh Purcell JD 52

Clara Cortes 80

Maureen Lambert Manning 58

Kathryn A. Hager 74

Linda J. Edral 68

Florence A. Rahner 75

Patricia Venezian Daley 57

Patricia Sena Mannion 83

Mary C. Hannon Ed.D. 77

Janet Engesser-Nemeth 00

Josephine Santos-Pappas 80

Frances R. D’Emilio 72

Barbara Brown Markell 69

Madeline Papio Lacovara 62

Mary Frances Grace 74

Mary Ellen Pickard Scala 71

Dawn C. DeSimone JD 84

Joan McEntee 65

S. Filippa A. Luciano CSJ 54

Maria Napolitano Grau 70

Audrey A. Schlaepfer 72

Jeanne Tolle Devlin 46

Judith May McGowan 57

Rosemarie Doellgast Luttinger 56

Mary Elizabeth Andresen Hackett 47

Maria Palminteri Turner 62

Mary Conroy Doyle 69

Vivian Zucchelli Mirza 64

Jane M. Maguire JD 67

Edith Gannon Hannigan 62

June Kiaer Viverito 53

Anne P. Dunne M.D. 70

Loriann Murphy 89

Andrea M. Malon M.D. 79

Margaret Muller Hill 78

Margaret Finn Zeuschner 63

Diane Klaum Farrell JD 73

Patricia A. Murphy JD 75

Carolyn J. Malon D.D.S. 77

CAPT. Deborah Ann Hinkley M.D., USN 79

Sandra M. Guiducci JD 75

Irene Huddy Nash 52

Jeanne Ehrhardt Martori 75

Mary Elizabeth Whitehouse Holzgruber 53

Crusader Circle

Valerie J. Green 72

Marilyn Hanold Neilson 53

Francene Van Roten McCabe 61

Elizabeth Hugel Ph.D. 77

Kathryn Adams-Frias 75

Kristin Waldron Horan M.D. 98

Mary Fullam O’Donnell 55

Kathleen A. McCabe 81

Sharon Scaturro Justvig JD 76

T. Elaine Adamson 54

Joan Ann Catalano Hoskinson 78

Mary Killian O’Donnell 52

Marjorie Mulvehill McGahren 56

Susan Macchia Kaminski 72

Barbara Honl Adelhardt 54

Joy Y. Huang 87

Marion Connelly O’Handley 52

Lois Meaney McGowan 53

Charlene McSorley Lowery 67

Lois Leonard Benedetto 62

Dianne Russo Karpowicz 75

Maria Park JD 86

Barbara Kiefer Molesphini 51

Julie A. Luttinger M.D. 80

Christine C. Bielenda 77

Ann Lydon Keenan 80

Margaret Bastable Parker 71

Alumnae FLEUR DE LIS CIRCLE

MARIEL SOCIETY

WEXFORD CIRCLE Estate of Florence Clark Knick 41 Ann Pfohl Kirby LL.B. 45 Regina M. Pitaro 72 Lynn Pfohl Quigley 54

BOARD OF TRUSTEES COUNCIL Sophia Benito Brivio 90 Patricia M. Hynes JD 59 Mary Louis Nelson Oliva 55 Patricia Castel Skarulis 62 Patricia Izzo Thigpen 67

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Donna Buglione Parker 72

Marianne Walsh Bonner 63

P.O. Melissa Cole Curtis NYPD 93

S. Joan J. Holmberg SC, Ph.D. 57

Kristina Pfenning Lynch 82

Jean Samartan Pawlik 62

Amy Geldert Bono 93

Karen Riedinger D’Alessio 65

Elena Hooblal 05

Diane Manta Lynch 64

Dominique Paynter 12

Linda Pisano Bonventre 73

Elizabeth Daly 47

Jane M. Horning 50

Anna Marino Lyons 72

Barbara Pryor JD 71

Patricia A. Borgia 68

Jeannine Corrigan Daly 86

Sara E. Hosey Ph.D. 93

Elisabeth Piro Maggi JD 99

Kathleen L. Rickard 87

Alysa N. Bradley 10

Judy Thompson David 64

Mary Gralton Hudak 56

Elizabeth C. Maharajh 92

Catalina Rios-Meyer 86

Dorothy Greiner Brandreth 62

Maria Cuozzo Davis Ph.D. 72

Virginia Klaum Hughes 74

Patricia M. Maher JD 72

Allison T. Rubin 96

Paola Briones-Marro 91

Maria Calcagno DeAngelis 58

Angelina Lionetti Jacobs M.D. 72

Mary Lou Briody Mahowald Ph.D. 53

Emilie J. Sair Ph.D. 57

Mary Neunzig Bullock 55

E. Pauline Sutta Degenfelder Ph.D. 57

Margaret Moran Jordan 51

Grace Squerciati Maloney 49

Joan McCarthy Scherer 65

Barbara Obohoski Buonincontro 62

Rose Cox Delaney 55

Zsuzsanna Kadas-Foote Ph.D. 70

Mary Tenebruso Manatos 74

Susan Powers Schott 73

S. Judith M. Burchyns CSJ 57

Shannon Delfini 11

Barbara E. Kammerer 62

Kathleen Rahner Manickas 83

Maida Sharpe Silverio 95

Mary V. Burke 63

Tracy Scileppi DeMairo 82

Katherine Kane-O’Connor 86

Margaret Beach Marino 72

Anna Marie Costello Stellwag 52

Phyllis Grace Burke 55

Denise M. DeMaria 72

Mary Anne Thies Kanzler 53

Andrea Marra Ph.D. 81

Lynn Vital-Herne 87

Eileen Rooney Butler 96

Nancy M. DePalma Ed.D. 66

Debra Mathisen Karlin 69

Margaret Hoefner Martin JD 90

Loretta Carey Walsh 53

Mary M. Cameron 67

Laura D’Angelo DeVita 84

Virginia Ledden Kastner 49

Joan Amato May 51

Debora Wolf-Krauland 80

Donna Cardi 72

Kelly Devlin 87

Grace Kelley 12

Marguerite Shilling Mayers M.D. 63

Dorothy Kloss Wortham 51

Irene Nelis Carew 72

Barbara Marschman Diehl 66

Andrea Morris Keneally 61

Eileen C. McCabe 62

June O’Flaherty Zinsley 58

S. Mary Ann Carotenuto CSJ 57

Elayne Neufeld Dix 59

Marie Knott Kennedy 65

Anne Richardson McCarthy 59

Mary Haid Caruso 57

Patricia McDermott Donahue 77

Mary Ann Williams Kerlin 59

Mary Ann Robertson McCarthy 57

TMLA SOCIETY

Lynne Fredericks Casey 76

Joan Kelly Downey 57

Suzanne DiGaetano Kern 60

Mary Jane Coyne McClintock 48

Patricia Howe Adisano 51

Hermancina Celisca 12

Joanne Ford Doyle 63

Constance Roccanova Kerwick-Kearns JD 54

Margaret M. McConnell 66

Sheila G. Aide 65

Daina Cernauskas 92

Cathryn E. Duffy 04

Rosemary A. King 62

Dorothy A. McCutchan 67

Elizabeth J. Allen 47

Elaine Seaton Charpin 56

Mary P. Duffy 57

Jennifer Kleeman 11

Maryann Mazziotta McDermott 63

Susan Rokee Allen 75

Julianne M. Chase Ph.D. 72

Angela Keogh Engle 63

Rosemarie Klein-Seymour 82

Judith Gaffney McDonagh 76

Rebecca Alvarenga 12

Fabiola Cotumaccio Chimera 87

Judith Banzer Farr Ph.D. 54

Margaret Byrne Knopf 59

Barbara Reed McDonald 50

Carole Fabrizzi Angelino 58

Beril Sofia Carrasquilla Cirinelli 87

Theresa Bilello Fitzpatrick 82

Wilma B. Kohler 46

Patricia Finn McDonnell 51

Anonymous 56

Elon R. Clarke 12

Eileen Perrine Flanagan 68

Pamela Ade Atela 87

Rose Lopez Clemente 67

Alice Kelly Fleckenstein 55

Hedwig M. Auletta JD 70

Mary A. Collins 54

Elizabeth Lydon Flynn 78

Patricia Jodal Azzollini 64

Abigail Bartenburger Connolly 47

Naomi Roche Fonseca 52

Carine Kergaravat Barbou 92

Amparo Diaz Connors 78

Allison Munro Forget 69

Caroline Barsoum 77

Alida Coppi Ph.D. 91

S. Kathleen M. Franklin BVM 50

Rosemary Myers Bartow 57

Patricia E. Corrigan JD 97

Mary Ellen Tuite Gambardella 81

Bernadette T. Beekman LL.M. 72

Christina Coscia 07

Maureen A. Gannon Ph.D. 82

Alberta Candia Begley 57

Geraldine Terenzi Costa Ph.D. 59

Mary Lindsay Gardner 79

Mary Patricia Beirne 77

Anne McPhilliamy Cote JD 80

Rosemarie Geoghegan 12

Donna Bey, Pharm.D. 87

Mary Phillips Cox 47

Maureen E. Gevlin JD 65

Alicia Blain 76

M. Catherine Langan Craig 80

Geraldine Carey Gibney 61

Nicole Bongiovi 12

Kathleen Hickey Cripps 69

Maureen Mahoney Giglio 63

Milena Bonilla-Markovic 98

Ellen Reuss Curran 62

Marianne C. Githens Ph.D. 52

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“Mary Louis is the first school I attended after I came to the U.S.A. It is a close-knit school where I learn not only schoolwork but also how to live and study in a brand new country. This was a great challenge that I had to overcome but I received so much help from the people around me at Mary Louis. Teachers and students are all so friendly and made me feel like this is my second home. Mary Louis has literally meant a new world to me.” – Simin “Mindy” Xu

Valerie DeMarco Godfrey 60 Gailmarie M. Goldrick 67 Alice Bendernagel Gormley 53 Linda Swanson Grady 69 S. Elizabeth C. Graham CSJ 58 Eileen O’Leary Grubb 63 Kathleen Mullins Guckenberger 57 Helena Walsh Gunther 84 Evelyn M. Guzman 89 Susan Eggers Hahm 75 Mary Beth Hall Ph.D. 78 Carol R. Hasto 52 Irene Draugel Henkel 68 Jeannette A. Henry 56 Virginia Principe Herman 62 Selina Mellett Herzog 53 Patricia Ann Hild 56 Maryellen Hillman 70 Penelope Goigel Hinderstein 60 Honorah Fleming Hinkle 59

Adrienne Byrner Kraft 62 Dorothy L. Kyriannis 92 Claudia Camurati Langworthy D.P.M. 75 Theresa C. Lanzone M.D. 72 Eileen McCormack Leary 52 Elaine Papandrea LeBlanc Ph.D. 63 Dr. Dolores Conklin Leckey 51 Marianne Frawley Ledwidge 69 S. Lucille A. L’Episcopo CSJ 51 Ellen M. Liston 62 Julianne Burgio Long 87 JoAnn M. Longobardi JD 83 Elizabeth Kelly Lubaszka 69 Arlene Austria Luciano 87

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Gail F. Muller 85

Jenna Palazzolo 12

Shawn M. Slevin 74

BLUE & GOLD CLUB

Mary Jane Clarke Munch 51

Monica Panhani 11

Patricia Kiely Smith 72

Nan Adams 79

Elaine Cummins Muratore 72

Kathryn A. Pantaleo 00

Marybeth Honerkamp Snee 72

Frances Tenebruso Ahearn 76

Anne Giddings Murphy 52

Denise Parisi Pappas 80

Lorraine Ciulla Sopp 72

Ariana A. Ali 11

Ann Marie Stein Murphy 55

Janet Link Perrin Ed.D. 61

Michele Zupich Sparacio 87

Brittany A. Allen 9

Celeste McAuley Murphy 81

Janet Carsten Peters 55

Marilyn Grillo Springer 90

Laura H. Archer 10

Mary Jo Robb Murphy 57

Chrysanthe Petras M.D. 83

Elizabeth Kelley Starr-Chapple 40

Stacey N. Ashman 89

Gail Leonard Neill 56

Veronica M. Plucinski 70

Victoria Hamill Stiglianese 76

Athina Leka Aston 52

Dorothy Biggs Nierman 62

Sandra Oliveros Poarch 87

Joan Barquin Stolleman 64

Jeanne Randisi Avitabile 66

Alice Dwyer Nixon 59

Carole Youngman Prest 69

Eileen P. Sullivan Ph.D. 59

Roshneek Bains 12

Susan Polla Nofi JD 76

Karyn Schultheiss Quinn 87

Loretta Tahany-Adams 85

Ellen Donohue Barbieri 59

Jaiwish Lewis Nolan 93

Janice Ramirez 12

Judith Carine Tate Ph.D. 59

Anne Savino Barracca 80

Mary McNichol Nolan 51

Virginia A. Rankin 59

Greta Schuyler Tiberia 77

Barbara Trumpbour Barth 50

Patricia M. Nolan M.D. 68

Joan Trainor Rathje 53

Ann R. Tierney 58

Kathleen Battiato 4

Kathleen Hennessy Norris 57

Elizabeth Kiernan Ray 57

Margaret “Rita” Tierney 44

Barbara Ann Becher Ph.D. 49

Denise P. O’Brien Ph.D. 64

Daniela M. Redden 09

Jeanellen Carney Tigh 72

Virginia Ellis Beech 60

Gladys Day McEvoy 47

Claire LaMothe O’Brien 62

Marie Tomczak Redecha 59

Areeka Tiwari 11

Karen Kearns Cano 62

Anna McGovern 12

Donna Brovetto O’Brien 82

Catherine Hoepper Reilly 77

Mary Ann Tobon 62

Maria Luisa Capobianco 11

Eileen Fitzgerald McGrath 76

Deborah E. O’Connell 69

Rita McGuire Reilly 60

Marguerite Mariani Tonnesen 82

Alexandre Byrne Carew 58

Nancy Grimes McLernon 50

Julie Donnarumma O’Connell 92

Mary Junior Robesch 66

Kathleen Carroll Townshend 50

Mary Elizabeth Heneghan Carey 67

Marilyn Jones McMahon 72

Priscilla A. O’Connell Ed.D. 63

Kathryn Robilotti-Fordham 65

JoAnn Tassone Tutino 74

Kelly J. Carman 08

Louise Berardesca McNamara 67

Betty Jayne Stenson O’Connor 52

Caroline Roecker 10

Jean Gallacher Van Riper JD 56

Tiffanie Carman 07

Maureen Haverty McNerney 88

Julia O’Connor 11

Regina Ronan-White 61

Adria Velazquez 74

Louise Giammona Caudullo D.O. 77

Lisa Toth McNulty 78

Siobhan O’Hare 91

Carolyn Diachok Rosenthal 77

Margarita Diaz Saladino 74

Barbara Simonetti Vollano 72

Laura Cicerale 08

Kathleen David McShea 84

Geraldine E. O’Kane JD 64

Carol Ehrhardt Rottkamp 53

Michelle Munson Salogub 67

S. Alice L. McVey CSJ 52

Annette Pergola O’Keefe 69

Linda McKenna Roxe 57

Catherine Danoski Savage 78

Maureen Kennelly Walsh Ed.D. 62 Joyce Henris Cini 62 Kathleen Snyder Ward JD 72 Valerie Cataldo Cofer 71

Nancy J. Rudolph JD 68

Eileen Dragone Scheffer 76

Rita Ortiga Waterman 60

Janet Collins 53

Audrey Altenburg Schlee 49

Joan Braunreuther Watson 47

Anne Marie Browne Coughlan 54

S. Valerie M. Scholl CSJ 55

Yvette McKenzie Watson 87

Mary Elizabeth Amend Crafts 59

Alice Monteverdi Mee 89

Catherine Kelly Schulman 87

Catherine J. Wauters 04

Elizabeth Greaves Crawford Ph.D. 59

Alberta Kargl Mellert 55

Maureen Brady Scott 50

Marie L. Wieck 78

Patricia A. Cuccia 62

Agnes Patricia Kelly Mensel 47

Patricia Scott-Hicks 77

Grace Denon Williams 40

Diane Cassens Cummins 59

Laura D. Mercedes 92

Allis Runco Semczuk 87

Judith E. Williams 60

Diana M. Decanio 77

Albina R. Miller 76

Catherine Gallagher Sershen 88

Joan O’Leary Wood 48

Regina Woods DeCarlo 87

Tracy Baldino Mills 85

Margherita Madonia Sexton 68

Patricia McLees Woods 51

Gabriella DeCarvalho 09

Helen Lesnik Mistak 66

Catherine Healey Sheehan 67

Eileen Tully Worth 77

Deirdre A. DeLeo 87

Mary White Moore 74

Nicolina I. Sicari 03

Susan Salazer Worth 97

Lynn Hellenbrecht DeLuca 99

Carole Stein Morlath 59

Sgt Gilma Alberti Simeone, NCPD 80

Alexandra Wurglics 12

Debra Kutch DeMarchena 75

S. Mary Owen Mullaney CSJ 51

Joyce Zakierski Simmons 66

Kristen Yraola 91

Vicky DiRe DeMartino 97

“To me, Mary Louis is a place I can look forward to coming to every day, a place where I can strengthen friendships and learn in a strong, encouraging environment. To me Mary Louis is a helpful and enthusiastic school that will help me immensely on my path to success. The Mary Louis Academy presents me with opportunities that I never thought were possible, and the lessons I have learned here will be applied to my everyday life, both now and in the future. Mary Louis is a place when I can be anything I want to be!” – Caitlin O’Brien

Joan Lang Meade 53 Patricia Simonson Mearns 50 (Rest in Peace)

“The Mary Louis Academy is a second home to me. I know that it is a place where I am always welcomed and where people genuinely care for me. Mary Louis is a place to grow and mature, it molds girls into dignified young women. Every time I step inside this building I know that I will be learning something useful that will stay with me for the rest of my life. I not only learn from the teachers, but from the students around me who teach me how to be a better person. Mary Louis has an alive and vibrant atmosphere that you cannot find anywhere else. Learning is never boring here, and you come to know that no part of education is ever useless. Mary Louis is a beautiful place and I love spending my time here every day.” – Quinn Hurse

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Allison Hanover 11 Meghan Freeley Harding 92 Jean Tyrrell Hart 65 Joan E. Hauprich 52 Ann O’Leary Healy 56 Christina Monahan Heinsman 66 Lisa Perulli Henderson 83 Karen Sailer Hermann 85 Regina Kaiser Hogan 61 Joan Gallagher Holmes 66 Patricia Marron Horner 49 Jean Finn Hourihane 81

S. Rita Elizabeth Derricks CSJ 49

This new school year brings exciting changes in the Fine Art Department at

Barbara Cavargna DeVito 86

TMLA! After much preparation and brainstorming between Fine Art Faculty

Christine Dimino-Pugliese 86

Jenny Limberg-Durkin ‘98 and Alyssa Bermudez ‘06, a Graphic Design class is

Carol Anne P. DiPaolo 69

making its debut for Senior art majors. Twenty four Lenovo ThinkPad laptops

Nicole LaMarca Dolan 92

with tablet monitors were purchased for the program along with industry standard

Camille D’Orazi D.P.M. 82

Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Illustrator CS5. In addition the entire Art Cottage was

Emily Dobry Doukas 87

rewired to accommodate this new technology. Students will explore various tools

S. Virginia E. Down CSJ 66

of visual communication such as effective layout and logo design, typography, and

Lisa Drew 97

many other techniques. This new course adds yet another facet to the wonderful

Mary Anne Driscoll 83

Art Program offered here at TMLA. We look forward to seeing the new digital

Eileen Ponzini Duffy 60

work gracing our halls and at various TMLA events throughout the year.

Joanne Connolly McGrath 72

“Going to Mary Louis is more than just going to school; it is a way of life. Mary Louis has helped me value all of the important aspects of my life in addition to my education. Since it is an all girls school I have learned how strong women can be, and are. I have developed skills to be a true leader and woman of dignity. These skills will not only carry on throughout my college career but also far beyond it. I am so proud to be a student of The Mary Louis Academy” – Sabrina Bekios

Theresa Burke McGreal JD 82 Jennifer McGroarty JD 02 Marybeth O’Malley McGuire 57 Joan Ferris McIntire 50 Mary Jo Murphy McKeown 77 Eileen Herlihy McLaughlin 61 Margaret McLaughlin Ph.D. 72 Carol Ann McNelis 74 Carolyn Fennelly Meister 62 Elizabeth Comerford Melia Ph.D. 82 Stacy Menendez 92

Vina Sauer Hueg 44

June Schmidt Metzner 50

Antoinette Fiore Ingrassia 56

Patricia O’Rourke Meyers 43

Janice Gurlich Intranuovo 83

SSgt. Melissa Ledwozan Michael USAF 93

Rosemary Sweeney Iovieno 58

Joanne “Josh” McNeece Miles 58

Marie-Carmelle Jean-Francois 92

Mary Ann Grant Leahy 59

Mary Jane Miles 51

Elaine Uhl Joiner 59

Taryn Sofia Lehmann 94

Aliete Minogue Milone 97

Mary Reilly Jones 80

Stephanie Leoutsakos 09

Eileen Quinn Monaghan 62

Gertrude Lantier Jones 57

Patricia Riley-Murphy Leyden 65

Enes J. Morello 47

Mary Calotta Kahl 76

Susan Garrett Lione 62

Vanessa Mosoti 11

Barbara Schmidt Kavanagh 81

Marie Daley Lockhart 67

Catherine Muravcki Murphy 79

Ann Collins Kelly 92

Katherine LoCosa 06

Suzanne Gannon Murphy 47

Delores Gerard Kelly 47

Tina Bozzolo Lopano 92

Jean Ryan Nardo 69

Katherine Kucker Kenny 65

Denise Downing Mallek 77

Katrina Narvaez 05

Beatrice Close Kerr JD 62

Margaret Gay Malone 57

Geraldine Barilla Nazar 67

Cynthia Crosson Dunn 62

Anne Delaney Kiernan 66

Angela Pinto Newman 62

Jenny Limberg Durkin 98

Eloise Merlino Mangino 69

Ann Marie Ripoli Kistner Ph.D. 53

Margarita Alibutod Marasigan 92

Carole McCarthy Nicholson 55

Margaret Williams Knapp 93

Nora McBride Marino 76

Ann-Marie Vallen Nonkin 61

Janine Powers Kneller 72

Angela Service Martin 64

Patricia Connolly Novak 52

Evangelia E. Koutsouras 95

Beatrice M. Martineau 88

Helen Trenz Novinski 49

Patricia Pascarella Krinsky 69

Leslie A. Maskin JD 78

Eileen Donohue O’Connell 53

Barbara Catoggio Kullen JD 59

Taina Maria F. Massey 09

Mary Lou Scamuffo O’Donnell 82

Diandra M. Lammens 09

June Bellucci Mauro 48

Maryclare Tully O’Hara 84

Alice Clark Lane 52

Joan Lutz McCarthy 57

Deirdre O’Kane 11

S. Mary Kenneth Lane CSJ 44

Kathleen McDermott-Greene 78

Maura Loughnane O’Keeffe 92

Ann Lapinski JD 73

Anne A. McDonough 03

Barbara Esch Olivieri 70

Grace Gehring Larkin 43

Nicohle Lombard McGeorge 92

Joan Mahon Olsinski 68

S. Joan A. Larkin CSJ 51

Catherine A. McGowan 84

Rosemary Tabone Orlandino 66

Jayne A. Dutil 65 Virginia Allen Dyrsen 64

Carolyn Wronski Farrell 62

Carol Gillen-Costello 57

Jean Draffen Earley 44

Mary Kempton Fay 62

Elizabeth Messemer Gilrane 87

Eileen O’Hanlon Eder 77

Barbara Frohnhofer Feldmann 57

Eileen Sullivan Goggins JD 73

Christine Olsen Einnatz 64

Siobhan Keenan Fitzgerald 92

Nicole M. Gorvetzian 02

Barbara Fiscina Elliott 65

Kathleen McCaffrey Ford 61

Joan Munzel Gosink Ph.D. 58

Susan A. Endzull 59

Paula Tierney Florentino 47

Angela Scarola Gray 50

Margaret Murray English 44

Patricia Reilly Flynn 72

Anne Yablonski Gregory 56

Linda Esposito-Pape M.D. 76

Mary Langan Gagnon 62

Mary Louise Zanca Griffin 59

Arliza R. Estaris 10

Adrienne Werdann Garabedian Ed.D. 92

Karen Gustave 12

Catherine Murena Ewart 72

Valerie Noel Garcia 74

Eileen Stenger Haggerty 54

Christine Gigliuto-Dehner M.D. 77

Barbara Rudd Hajko 70

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Rosemarie Liguori O’Rourke 57

Nina Dola Standlick 67

Eileen Drissel Bogel 68

Nancy Orozco-Hilario 92

Leigh Anne Statuto 12

Ermionne Bonhomme 12

Michele Paguaga 09

Chastity Martinez Sullivan 92

Dorothy Hughes Bonomo 72

Jane Dineen Panek 56

Ann Megna Susini 70

Kathleen Sullivan Petry 71

Catherine Ranky Szabo 60

Mary Louise Curran Pfeiffer 58

Theresa R. Tamberino 63

Judith Piotrowski Polay 63

Carol McCuen Terry 56

Martha Massi Polemeni 59

Alice M. Timothy Ph.D. 49

Paula Bortot Polito 90

Elaine Boening Tozar 62

Donna Zittel Provenzano 87

Carol Kloss Traynor 54

Maureen Walsh Pustelniak 96

Teresa Nardi Valentin 78

Rosemarie Perna Quigg 76

Melissa A. Vollaro 97

Liliann Ramirez 11

Audrey Perry Ward 42

Gina Salvatore Ramos 87

Nicole Miehl Weber 92

Catherine Gregory Rand 57

Claire M. Werner 87

Louise Arakelian Raphael Ph.D. 55

Marilyn Pellicane Wetterhahn 62

Marie Ulatowski Reis 59

Nikola White 91

Maria Vasilak Robinson 75

Laura Plant Willemin 44

Nancy Dreier Robson 92

Virginia Fraser Wilson 54

Joan Horgan Rogers 49

“Mary Louis is an environment that is all inclusive in every way. It is so much more than just a school. TMLA is a community where one can excel in academics, athletics and much more. At Mary Louis everyone is friends and no one feels left out. The motto of Mary Louis, which is love, unity and reconciliation, is important because it really is a family and we grow closer through our faith. Mary Louis gives you an opportunity to grow as a young woman and to grow in your faith” – Lauren Clark

Erin Boyle 12 Jennifer McCormick Bradley 82 Margaret Yenches Brady 83 Enxhi Brahja 12 Elaine Domanico Braithwaite 72 S. Anne J. Brennan CSJ, S.T.D. 54 Colleen E. Brennan 09 Celeste Briones 12 Betty P. Brown 52 Joan Koch Brown 54 Lynne Smith Brown 57 Carolyn Ryan Browne 59 Erica Bruning 12 Marguerite Kirchmann Brunn 57

In the 2012 National Language Competitions in Italian, Latin and Span-

Laura Eller Brunner 47

ish, TMLA had almost 100 student winners. Twelve TMLA students

Serena Ambroselli 12

Mary Jane Fitzpatrick Burger 61

were recognized by the Association of Teachers of Italian for their supe-

Vanessa Keany Wolstein 95

Rosalie P. Ames 47

Alexis Burke 12

rior performance on the National Italian Exam including one scholarship

Eileen Sullivan Rooney 92

Virginia Worfolk 70

Mary Ellen Brennan Andriano 51

Marisa de la Garza Byram 97

winner. More than 50 students from the Department of Latin achieved

Melinda J. Rothel 66

Kasey Zabiski 10

Cassandra Anglade 12

Stephanie Cajigal 00

honors ranging from Summa Cum Laude to Cum Laude. One student

Barbara A. Santoro JD 75

Janet Reilly Zak 62

Margery A. Armstrong 65

Tanya Caldas 12

achieved a perfect score on this rigorous international exam administered

Joan Morgan Arsenault 49

Heather Calix 12

to more than 100,000 high school students around the world. Students

Marie E. Artale 77

Rosemary Dixon Callahan 72

in the Spanish Department achieved honors on the Gold, Silver and

Roberta Cone Sas 56 Marie T. Scanlan 44

HILLTOPPER CLUB

Elisabeth Eppich Schemitsch 72

Joyce Onorato Abamont JD 62

Suzanne Scacalossi Athanasakis 92

Patricia Lang Campanelli 56

Bronze levels. Students from the Italian Department are pictured here

TeriAnn LaMagna Schiano 62

Janine Accardi 02

Alyssa Audette 12

Julie Campano 12

with their teachers of Italian, Mr. Maurantonio and Mrs. Liotopolous

Patricia Duffy Schubert 49

Angela Gallucci Achtziger 63

S. Stella C. Auricchio CSJ 48

Fergie Cantos 12

and TMLA administrators, Mrs. Cordes, S. Kathleen McKinney and S.

Diane Kingsley Selvaggio-Coumou 71

Christelle Adolphe 12

Jeannine M. Azan 90

Tiana Caraballo 12

Filippa Luciano.

Susan Byrne Semmelmeier 82

Patricia Taggart Agaliotis 58

Felicia Azeez 12

Anna Carbone 12

Nancy Touwsma Sigmund 68

Lydia Agopian 12

Stephanie Barbaro 12

Lucia Cardone 12

Anjali Parekh Singh 87

Diane J. Agrell 57

Janet Strasser Battistelli 77

Claire Van Praag Carew 62

Jennifer Sitler-Redpath 85

Anjali Aidasani 12

Anna M. Behler 07

Mary Jo Caruso 90

Maria E. Ciccione 94

Kristina Connors 07

Helen Mast Smith 64

Judith Allen Aiken 89

Jane Puleio Benstock 72

Michelle Castellano 12

Gabriella Cinquemani 12

Christina Cordes 11

Sarah C. Smith 08

Mary Verlin Albanese 75

Daniella Berge 12

Margaret K. Cerere 12

Geraldine Polito Ciolino 57

Catherine Rotolo Corrigan 72

Joan Kirk Smyrk 55

Paulina Albarracin 12

Ann Marie Ruggieri Bialas 57

Jacqueline Thornton Chambers 59

Helen Lynett Coffey 46

Linda M. Corrigan 89

Agatha “Joan” Vogler Sodano 50

Elaine Monks Alfano-Rees 52

Joan Collins Bickard 47

Sherley Chaumette 12

Carolyn Collado 12

Denise Costello Corsello 57

Kathleen Maggio Sorice 52

Stephanie Ali 12

Evelyn Schweikert Blatz 59

Veronica Chin Hing 12

Christine Cassidy Collum 64

Cecilia Reimer Covel 68

S. Mary K. St. John CSJ 52

Carla Maldonado Alpern 92

Christine Simone Bocchiaro 52

Nadine Choucri 12

Christine Comerford 67

Erin P. Coyle 87

Mildred Buchman Bogart 45

S. Eileen D. Christie CSJ 62

Kelly A. Connors 08

Daniela Cracolici 12

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Kathleen Glus 12

Camille Mascolo Iovino-Coli 76

TMLA receives a special grant from The Wallace Foundation that enables us to offer our students three unique college prep programs:

Patricia Wolf Goeller 57

Bria Jackson 12

Mary Jo Gracin 82

Karena Jagroop 12

S AT Preparation course taught by instructors from a nationally recognized college prep program is offered on campus at Mary Louis for Juniors.

Anne Mulryan Gralton 62

Grace Jamieson 12

Patricia Martin Green 57

Marisa Jaross 12

JoAnn M. Grigioni 92

Gwendolyn Stayko Jarrett 63

 ligible students take overnight bus trips to visit Ivy League and other top tier colleges and universities, E including Yale, Princeton, Georgetown, Brown, MIT, Boston College, and Harvard. Students meet with representatives of these institutions so as to make an in-depth, informed decision as to which school they would like to attend.

Alejandra Guadalupe 12

Regine Jean-Baptiste 12

Mary Caiazzo Gugliuzza 62

Emily Johnson 12

Elisabeth Gully 12

Kymberly Johnson 12

Diane Campbell Hackett 62

Laura L. Johnson 03

Joan Smith Hackett 46

Janet Lupario Jones 62

Jolita Gudaitis Haigis 78

Shona Jones-Banfield 92

Sophia Halkitis 12

Jacqueline Jordan 11

Janet Dowling Hanson 48

Kristel Jose 12

Elyse Nanni Harrington 61

Cliodhna Joyce-Daly 12

Brianna Harris 11

Carmen E. Jule JD 04

Theresa Maher Harris 44

Susan McCambridge Kaneta 61

Mildred DeVito Hauser 56

Marybeth Kavanagh 77

Darlene Wiesman Flaherty 92

Mary Anne Smith Healy 55

Deborah Dieneman Keim 72

Caitlin M. Flood 08

Mary Labas Helmlinger 72

Kaitlyn Kenna 12

Joanne Draper Florez 52

Ann McHale Hemminger 56

Marie Truncell Kern M.D. 58

Cornelia Woods Fonseca 52

Helen Henglein 12

Kaitlin Kiernan 11

Ashley Forte 12

Aurea Mediavilla Hermoso 65

Anna Mae McCabe Killard 52

Ingrid Weigand Franz 95

Shannon Hernandez 12

Regina M. King 01

Elizabeth B. Furey 08

Cheryl Colan Herrmann 72

Dr. Eileen Harris Kirchhoff 74

Elissa Memmoli Furlong 50

Donna Egan Herrmann 82

Patricia Carman Klansko 73

Michelle Furlong 07

Jane K. Hogan 87

Mary Gail McManus Kowtna 72

Michele G. Galioto 92

Diane Dalton Holbrook 79

Jean D. Krebs 12

Elise Gallignano 12

Sarah E. Holinski 07

Katherine Kurre 12

Elizabeth Gallo 12

Tina Crassides Holinski 77

Sally LaForte Ph.D. 72

Gloria Garcia 12

Priscilla Y. Hounnou 10

Rachel Laghezza 12

Katherine DeRose Garzillo 75

Patricia McAuliffe Howell 64

Marilyn Lamy-Leyva 59

Cindy Garzon 12

S. Patricia E. Hudson CSJ, Ed.D. 52

Nancy Stolarik Landsiedel 52

Cassandra Georgio 12

Constance D. Huebner 60

Donnadella Fallon Langino 70

Kaitlin Gerdts 09

Josephine Brugnone Hyams 72

Eleanor Groh Langran 55

Tarrah Gibbons 12

Katherine Illescas 12

Samantha Lanigan 09

Hasiyna J. Gibson 07

Pamela Defonte Ilsley 69

Julia Lanoue 12

Jacqueline Gillen 12

Taylor Inesta 12

Annick C. Laurent 12

Geralyn Girard-Pepkin 75

Florence Steinhauer Ingrassia 56

Elizabeth Fennelly Lawton 77

I n addition, independent college consultants work with selected students. They meet with the students and their parents/guardians one-on-one and work with the students throughout the entire admissions process.

TMLA receives this very generous grant upon the recommendation of Susan James Kropf, TMLA Class of 1966, who sits on the Board of the The Wallace Foundation.

Juliet Crawbuck 12

Barbara Economou-Morris 77

Joann Kleszczewski Criscuolo 93

Kathleen Rooney Eder 57

Maria Delgado Csikortos 92

Emily Edick 12

Elizabeth A. Cummings 67

Camille Mangano Emmett 79

Elisa Marchetti Cusimano 62

Christine M. Engesser 97

Catherine Bernitt Cutolo 63

Janine Whiting Esposito 92

Irene Chiaramonte D’Agostino 61

Rosemarie Thurkow Farkas 72

S. Joanne A. DeLaura CSJ 57

Nancy Jones Feeley 92

Nancy DeSantis 81

Patricia J. Feerick 92

Melissa DeTommaso 12

Erica Feige 11

Kristina Di Re 11

Margo Ost Feltman 75

Adriana DiBenedetto 12

Marisa Femia 12

Christina DiCesare 12

Samantha Femia 12

Jeni DiGiovanni 12

Elaine Reiman Fenton Ph.D. 55

Corinne Procopio DiStephan 56

Christine N. Fernandez 07

Joan Lucey Donnelly 55

Janet Boertlein Ferrante 57

Catherine Donohoe 12

Anne Daly Ferraro 44

Linda D. Dukette 69

Rosemary Reilly Ferrucci 72

Nailah Duliepre 12

Emma Finn 12

Natasha M. Dunbar 11

Danielle Fisher 12

Lori Byrns Earl 82

Tracey A. Fisher 88

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“The Mary Louis Academy is not just a school, it’s a home. The students and faculty always have a positive attitude which encourages the students to do well and excel in our studies. The great asset to this school would have to be the sisterly bond grown throughout the four years spent here. At TMLA you can turn around and there will always be someone there to give you a helping hand. You learn a lot and really expand your horizons. What I appreciate most about Mary Louis is the fact that you know people care for you, you earn a true second family at The Mary Louis Academy” – Veronica Echeverri

Patricia Kelly Lenihan 57 Margaret Dempsey Leopold 61 Patricia Dawson LeRoy 49 Jacqueline Colle Leston 97 Eileen Murray Liebold 66 Camille Francis Lightbourne 84 Marie Guarascio Limpert 85 Samantha A. LiTrenta 07 Justine Jannace Lomenzo 57 Erica R. Loscalzo 06 Tiffany Lucas 12 Theresa Devaney Lukan 55 Carol Giannone Lundergan 77 Ann Marie Schwartz Machalek 87 Gina M. Machin 11 Anna Katrina Magalong 12 Donna Autorino Magli 75 Destiny Maldonado 12 Laura K. Mangino 08 Francesca Manzione 12


Shannon Minihane 12

Joyce T. O’Neill 48

Maria Pugliano Minuto 92

Meghan Ostermann 12

Mpei Moeketsi 12

Katherine O’Sullivan 12

Linda Cullen Molnar 64

Kathleen Martin Parisi 62

Allison Moloney 12

Jeanne Athas Parrinello 66

Kristen Lucrezio Moloney 92

Barbara Hopkins Pasquali 78

S. Theresa E. Molphy CSJ 44

Virginia Van Praag Patten 59

Astride Mompremier 12

Massiel Peguero 12

Natalie Monteau 96

Johanna M. Peiser 07

Agatha Altomare Monteleone 59

Angelina Pena 12

Suzanne Monteverdi 12

Alison Mack Pepe 98

Danielle A. Mooney 06

Carole Jones Perez 57

Margaret Kruse Mooney 51

Samantha Perez 12

“The Mary Louis Academy to me means an opportunity to receive an education that will propel me in the right direction towards my future. Mary Louis is a place where academic achievement is encouraged, even by my peers. In my opinion, Mary Louis is the key to success; it is an opportunity to experience an education dedicated towards becoming the best and the brightest. Mary Louis means hope for a bright future, a future led by educated TMLA Alumnae -- like myself!”

Gaby Moreno 12

Dawn Pickett-Parham 92

– Diamari Velez

Virginia Curran Moriarty 52

Elizabeth A. Selleck 79

Zeidi Torres 12

Laura K. Semkow 01

Marissa Traverso 12

Antonie Schneider Shannon 57

Joann Ponzio Trimarco 67

Mary O’Dwyer Sheehan 49

Lois Borth Trudden 71

Ann Shin 12

Ashley Tuffy 12

Joan Daddario Silverman 70

Michelle Vasquez 12

Alexandra Silvestre 12

Ramona Venturanza 12

Kathleen Vegessy Singleton 64

Laura Dukes Vitti 56

Louise Vuozzo Skrzynecki 61

Sue Anne Hornicek Vogelsberg 72

Carol Pautz Sloan 51

Meagan Walls 11

Diane Brodecki Smith 82

Eileen McDonnell Walsh 87

Kristen Smith 12

Constance Psaki Ward 52

Loretta Deiker Smith 52

Rebecca Warne 11

Christina Smolanick 08

Gabriella Watkins 12

Patricia McGeough Pinto 49

Daniella Smolanick 11

Regina Kuhn Wegman 62

Kelly Mulligan 12 Talia Mariduena 12

Arlene Alessio Pisapia 63

Michelle Soares 12

Carol Petrocelli Weiss 59

Kristen Mulvena 12

Michelle Masiello 12

Amanda Platania 12

Lisbeth Sosa 12

Maureen Marlow Wicks 51

Deirdre Munday 12

Kathleen Leahy Mason 72

Elizabeth J. Popp 92

Mary Ann Raisch Spampinato 63

Brenda Wierzbowski 11

Clare Dietsche Murphy 59

Pauline Seymour Mattes 60

Katherine Postel 09

Carola Hortmann Sprague 57

Erika Winkler 12

Donna Catalano Murphy 77

Annamaria Primiani 11

Valerie Rodriguez 12

Ashley Srikishun 12

Barbara Brown Wrobel 59

Joan McCarthy Prior 51

Adriana M. Romanzo 06

Mary Louise McNulty Staples 50

Susan Orlandi Zalud 81

Regina R. Quattrochi JD 71

Doris Cheshire Romejko 57

Rosemarie Mannarino Stauber 77

Christine M. Zinser 92

Rosemary Malerba Stein 57

Charlotte Daszewski Zuniga 65

“To me, Mary Louis means empowerment. As a young woman attending this school I feel as though this school has strengthened my confidence and made me believe in myself and understand my own self worth” – Danisha Dennie

Muriel Vaillant Maxwell 51 Aymara Mayer-Kolenovsky 92

Jessica Murphy 12 Dolores Ehntholt Murray 70

Mary Florin McBride 72

Marie Briggs Murray 43

Jennifer Seaman McComiskey 97

Valerie Gore Quinn 54

Samantha Roquim 12

Kathleen Rowland Naasz 84

Kathleen Rigney Radford 72

Shannon Rose 12

Caren Howe Sterner 92

Nicolette Rainone 12

Maura McKay Rossi 66

Sheila Scanlon Strack 57 Julia Cieben Stutzbach 84

Margaret Sweeney McGann 47

Khadijah Nau 12

parents

Elizabeth M. McGlinchey 03

Katherine Healy Naughton 58

Margaret M. McGovern 72

Jennifer E. Raleigh 92

Ann E. Rothschild 73

Joan Fitzpatrick Nelson 53

S. Maria E. Rypkema CSJ 57

Molly McHale 12

Cory Rameau 12

Darshanie Sukhram 12

Margaret Tomasik Nelson 62

Ashley Saint-Gilles 12

Coleen E. McHugh 96

Marian Princiotta Ranalli 76

Joan Keenan Sullivan 49

Renee Ximines Norman 92

Diana M. Salomone 05

Scarlett L. McHugh 92

Brittany Rassbeharry 12

Ruth Wyatt Sweeney 45

Dorothy Vassallo Novak 58

Deirdre Ray 12

Nicole Santarelli 12

Constance J. Swetko 57

Rita Mary McKearney Reers 59

Erica M. Santos 09

Carolyn Szala 72

Kathy Occhiogrosso Remes 72

Eileen B. Sanzo Ph.D. 56

Julia Szaniawska 12

Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Freile

Lauren Tamburello 03

Mr. & Mrs. David R. James

Briana McLoughlin 12

Marlene Meyer Nowicki 49

Lauren McManus 12

Erin R. Nuszer 12

St. Joseph’s Society Mr. & Mrs. James F. McGovern Mr. Jack Sullivan

Crusader Circle Mr. & Mrs. Daniel M. Collins

Virginia Duggan McNally 41

Colleen O’Brien 12

Kelly A. McNamee 10

Jessica Rey 12

Sabrina Sarro 12

Mary Ann Haunfelder Oeschger 56

Christine Landi Sarubbe 92

Bridget McRae 12

Ellen Morris Richardson 72

Michell Tapia 12

Sheila Rohan O’Gara 87

Maureen Quinn Scherer 64

Ms. Nina Lanoue

Kimberly Mederos 12

Patricia Casey Richer 59

Rosemary Williams Taranto 62

Maura King O’Grady 92

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Mondesir

Sabrina Rivera 12

Astrid Schmidt-King LL.M. 95

Joan LaMotte Thompson 50

Mr. & Mrs. John T. Sexton

Marjory Lorenzen Thompson 57

Mr. & Mrs. Leonel Zubizarreta

Wilma Long Meehan 50

Carol-Ann Ohlandt 64

Marilyn Berman Mehit 64

Beth Ann Connolly Rochford 79

Barbara Bogdanowski Scholz 57

Mariola Markiewicz Olbinski 72

Gina Scollo 03

Lucy Mendolia 12

Patricia Hanley Rochford 50

Ashley Tolento 12

Catherine Smith O’Meara 51

Daniela Rodriguez 12

Marilyn Schaff Scott 52

Patricia Raftery Toolan 72

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Friends Fidem Servavi Council Estate of Anna T. Hughes

WEXFORD CIRCLE Estate of Margaret Sorensen

Mother Mary Louis Guild

Crusader Circle Mr. & Mrs. David Baldwin Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Brostek Mr. & Mrs. Frederick M. Forgione Ms. Mary Hertil Mr. & Mrs. Allan Larsen Mrs. Audrey Lasala Mr. & Mrs. Karl H. Loser Mrs. Dolores O’Neill Mr. & Mrs. James B. Riley

Mr. William C. Armstrong

Mr. & Mrs. Talmage G. Rogers III

Mr. & Mrs. Mario J. Burriesci

Mr. John C. Roth

Mr. Patrick Condren

Mr. & Mrs Robert Sitler

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Duffy

Swan Club

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Canzoneri Mr. & Mrs. Federico Carrasco Ms. Marie C. Cesar Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Consolazio Mr. & Mrs. Anthony M. Damasco Mrs. Margaret M. DeBona Mr. & Mrs. Michael Farrone Ms. Selicia Mohamed Mr. & Mrs. Parmanand Ramphal Mr. & Mrs. Rab Nawaz Saeed Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Schmucker

TMLA SOCIETY

Mrs. Jaana Otero

Mr. & Mrs. Victor S. Sue-A-Quan

Mrs. Maria J. Apyshkov

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Romano

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy T. Tweedy

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey H. Chow

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Shiverick

Mr. & Mrs. Carlo A. Velcich

Mr. Roger Corredine Esq.

Mr. & Mrs. C.J. Sinnott

Mr. & Mrs. Giovanni Vicari

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Crowe

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph C. Spampinato

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Hallinger

Ms. Mary F. Todd

HILLTOPPER CLUB

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Hoefner

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Wisnewski

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Kilgallen

Mr. & Mrs. Lallman P. Madho

Mr. & Mrs. James G. McCaffrey

Mr. & Mrs. George Maglaras

BLUE & GOLD CLUB

Mr. & Mrs. Donald McLoughlin

Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus W. Baxter

Mr. & Mrs. Marek Nieciecka

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Roeder

Flynn & O’Hara Uniforms, Inc.

TMLA SOCIETY

S. Elizabeth A. Hill CSJ, JD

Mr. & Mrs. Roberto J. Alarcon

Mr. & Mrs. Gene M. Kelley

Mr. & Mrs. Lorenz Arfsten

Kimelman & Baird, LLC

Mr. Christopher J. P. Baumann

Ms. Deirdre Davey McGraw

Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Berman

Mr. Regis Philbin

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Blaine

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory J. Ronan

Mr. & Mrs. Pellegrino Bongiovi

Ms. Janet M. Seckendorf

Brite Hardware Dr. & Mrs. Gene F. Caiafa Sr.

St. Joseph’s Society

Mr. Konrad B. Delfini

Mr. Gerald D. Aquino

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Dybus

College Karma Consulting, LLC

Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Froude

Mr. Louis Cothalis

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Garafola

Mr. & Mrs. James Femia

Mr. & Mrs. Brian R. Gerdts

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Femia

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Herkert

Mr. & Mrs. James P. Funaro

Ms. Sharon Hughes

Mr. Edward Furey

Jostens

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Hooblal

Mr. & Mrs. Francis S. Massey

Ms. Jane M. Loughlin

Mrs. Vivian J. McPhilliamy

Mr. & Mrs. Richard S. Matelsky

Ms. Panayiota Metaxas

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Purcell

Mrs. Patricia Mullaney

Mr. & Mrs. Sal J. Scire

Mr. & Mrs. Jose A. Musa

Mrs. Ethel M. Veal

Mrs. Kathleen Muskopf Mr. & Mrs. Rory J. O’Brien Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Pikner

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Mr. & Mrs. Samuel E. Romanzo Mr. & Mrs. Glen Salow Mr. & Mrs. Karl Sobeck Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Statuto Mr. & Mrs. Louis Strolla Mr. & Mrs. William Surace Mr. & Mrs. Navin Tiwari Mr. & Mrs. Gerald J. Tortorella Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Watkins Mr. & Mrs. Kurt C. Wurglics Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Zielinski

BLUE & GOLD CLUB Mr. & Mrs. Richard Allen

Estate of Evelyn Hoyer

A member of TMLA’s Swim Team, Tara Mulligan ’13, broke the Nassau/ Suffolk CHSAA record in the 50 yard Freestyle race, as well as winning the league’s 100 yard breast stroke championship. As one of the most successful swimmers at TMLA to date, Tara was invited to MSG Varsity for an interview on the High School Sports Desk. Tara was asked about her daily routine, how practice factored into her schedule, and her plans to swim in college. Tara stated “It was an experience unlike any other; to be in a real TV Studio; in front of a real Television Reporter was an amazing opportunity.” Tara is currently in the midst of her college applications, showing interest in Bucknell University, Fairfield University, Fordham, Loyola and SUNYBinghamton among others.

Mr. & Mrs. Rafael Ramos

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Mr. Peter J. Batterson Mr & Mrs. Thomas Carberry Mr. & Mrs. Owen Clancy Mr. & Mrs. Ernest W. Demers Mrs. Jean M. Dunning Mr. David Eppler Mr. & Mrs. John S. Flack Mr. Raymond H. Fortune S. Eileen C. Gildea CSJ Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. Guster Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Henglein Ms. Mary C. Hilliard Mr. & Mrs. Gene Laube Mr. Howard Mann Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Morales Ms. Marilyn Narvaez Ms. Maura Nicolosi Ms. Mary L. Polzin Ms. Rosemary Scammell Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Schmidt Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Sloan Ms. Laura Vevea Mr. & Mrs. Albert M. Vitali Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Zipf


Mr. Louis A. Velazquez “Mary Louis is my second home, well actually my first home. I spend more time here during the week than any place else! I feel comfortable and safe here. Mary Louis is a school where I can get help with anything I need, whether it’s a math problem or something personal in my life I always know there is someone I can turn to and count on. Going to Mary Louis isn’t always just about academics; there are times when we have lots of fun; such as Spirit Week, the Walk-a-thon and Homeroom parties. Teachers make learning new things easy and I am proud to say that I do well in my schoolwork here as well as having lots of fun. Mary Louis is my home!” – Justine Persaud

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Wenzel Jr.

Faculty Fleur de lis TMLA Board of Trustees

WEXFORD CIRCLE Mrs. Grace Scozzaro-Patchett

Mother Mary Louis Guild S. Filippa A. Luciano CSJ S. Linda A. Pero CSJ

Amare Circle In 2012 TMLA instituted the Amare Circle to recognize generous gifts made to TMLA by spouses of deceased TMLA alumnae The name of this new society, Amare, is based on the Latin word for “Love.” We wish to thank the following individuals for carrying forward their wives’ legacy of support to TMLA’s mission: the education and empowerment of young women. John J. Brabazon

James A. Kennedy

Stephen A. Carlino

Vincent J. LaSala

James J. Dillon

Gerard M. McDonnell

Michael S. DiMitri

Carl L. Perry MD

John Ericson

Francis X. Russo

Brian P. Fitzgerald

Foundations

Matching Gift Companies

Mrs. Frances Shemitz Manoni

Brooklyn Benevolent Society

Alliance Bernstein

Ms. Maryellen Pierce

Coach Foundation, Inc.

American International Group

General Mills Foundation

Ameriprise Financial

J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation

Capital One

Merck Company Foundation

Dresser-Rand

Motorola Solutions Foundation

GannettMatch

St. Joseph’s Society

Crusader Circle Ms. Loriann Murphy

HILLTOPPER CLUB

TMLA SOCIETY

Mr. & Mrs. Jesse D. Bosko

New York Life Foundation

Global Impact

Mrs. Judy A. Belon

Ms. Sharon Chang

Patchett Family Fund

IBM Corporation

Mr. Sean R. Belon

Dr. Veronica Chin-Sue

Pfizer Foundation

Macy’s, Inc.

S. Mary Ann Carotenuto CSJ

Mr. & Mrs. Frank D’Introno

The George Link Jr. Foundation,Inc.

Moody’s Corporation

Mrs. Eileen Perrine Flanagan

Mr. & Mrs. James Finn

The Irving T. Bush Foundation

Morgan Stanley

Mr. Nicholas Maurantonio

Mr. & Mrs. William Giblin

The Josephine Foundation, Inc.

Nelnet, Inc.

S. Grace Avila Seckendorf CSJ

Mr. & Mrs. Scott W. Hanover

Verizon Foundation

New York Stock Exchange

Mr. Louis Strolla

Wallace Foundation

Novartis Pharmaceutical

Mrs. Cynthia B. Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Lohrey

BLUE & GOLD CLUB

Mr.& Mrs. Richard Longueira

Mrs. Jenny Limberg Durkin

Ms. Alma L. Mayer

S. Joan L. Heptig CSJ

Mr. & Mrs James Mooney

Mrs. Joanne Connolly McGrath

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Morea Ms. Marie Eveline Sanon

HILLTOPPER CLUB

Ms. Patricia C. Smith

Ms. Patricia Mooney

Quest Diagnostics R.U.S.A. Ridgewood Savings Bank The Bank of New York Mellon The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd UBS UNUM

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Talutis

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Sisters of St. Joseph Thank you to the following Sisters of St. Joseph, who through their contributed service enabled TMLA to defray the cost of over $1,000,000 in salaries and benefits during the 2011-2012 school year.

S. Margaret Secour Anella CSJ, M.L.S. S. Maryann Carotenuto CSJ, M.A. S. Margaret Conway CSJ, M.A., M.S. S. Joan Dolan CSJ, M.A. S. Joan Heptig CSJ, M.A. S. Joan Killen CSJ, M.S.T. S. Filippa Luciano CSJ, M.A. S. Marie Mackey CSJ, M.S., M.A. S. Mary Ann McCarthy CSJ, M.A. S. Kathleen McKinney CSJ, Ed.D. S. Patricia Mooney CSJ, R.N., M.A. S. Patricia O’Keefe CSJ, M.S. S. Lorraine O’Neill CSJ, M.A. S. Linda Pero CSJ, M.A. S. Mary Powell CSJ, M.S., M.A. S. Anne Carmel Rapillo CSJ, M.S. S. Grace Avila Seckendorf CSJ, M.A.

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TMLA Robotics has grown tremendously since its inception in 2009. This is due in large part to the dedication of TMLA science teacher, Mr. Vinod Lala, who serves as the program’s moderator. Another key member of the Robotics program has been Mr. Gregory Ronan, father of Vanessa (‘11). Mr. Ronan, an engineer, donated tools, supplies and countless hours of instruction which allowed us to bring the TMLA Robotics program to life. Vanessa Ronan, an inaugural member of TMLA’s Robotics Program, graduated from TMLA in 2011 and is currently attending Harvey Mudd College a highly prestigious engineering school in California. An additional moderator, Mr. Joseph Lipani, of TMLA’s Science Department joined the team in 2011. The TMLA Robotics Program builds a robot every year for participation in the annual U.S. F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Competition. The F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Competition is an international high school robotics competition organized by F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). Each year, teams of high school students compete to build robots weighing up to 120 pounds, not including battery and bumpers, which can complete a task that changes every year. Teams are given a standard set of parts and the game details at the beginning of January and are given six weeks to construct a competitive robot, that can operate autonomously as well as when guided by wireless controls, to accomplish the game’s tasks The TMLA girls have now competed in 4 U.S. F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Competitions, garnering a national 1st place win in the New York City Regional Competition. Team TMLA is made up of girls from all year levels, freshman through senior. The students and their moderators meet nearly every afternoon and even during school vacation periods researching, learning, practicing, building and more, all in preparation for creating their robots. Together the girls will design, build, test and program robots, apply real-world math and science concepts, research challenges facing today’s scientists, learn critical thinking, team-building and presentation skills and participate in tournaments and celebrations.

Robotics Team does it again!

TMLA is the only all-girls school with a robotics program in the State of New York.

The TMLA Robotics Program is now moderating a Junior Robotics Program comprised of 7th and 8th grade girls from the elementary schools in the area. Just as the TMLA Robotics Team was nurtured and guided in their first endeavors, so now the team is providing the same opportunity for younger girls. Under the guidance and direction of

The Mary Louis Academy Robotics Program was formed at the en-

the TMLA Robotics Program, the elementary school girls will

couragement of Kathleen Rutherford, a member of TMLA’s Class

compete in the U.S. F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Junior Competition

of 1979, who is an electrical and biomedical engineer. Kathy knew

in April 2013.

that the students from her alma mater would be successful with a robotics and engineering program. “It’s really about how you inspire the next generation,” says Kathy, who generously provided the seed money for the program.

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Year in Review September 2011

November 2011

December 2011

-- School wide celebration for the official 75th birth-

-- In collaboration with the young men from Holy

-- Merry Mailbox Mission - TMLA students created

Cross High School, TMLA students collected items and packaged 127 “Comfort Kits” for the disabled and homeless veterans being cared for at St. Albans Veterans’ Hospital. On Veterans Day our students personally delivered these kits along with handwritten

day of TMLA held on September 14th

-- Opening Liturgy with Student Council inductions. -- Junior Varsity Soccer played 1st ever NYC intersectional match

-- Students volunteered at First Presbyterian Church soup kitchen in Jamaica. Every Wednesday of the year students continued to volunteer serving dinner to over 100 people in need.

letters of thanks to our veterans. ---

October 2011 -- Alzheimer’s Walk in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Students walked to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s research.

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-- Cultural Harmony Celebration -- Service Conference with focus on the industrial food system and its impact on our health, environment and justice.

-- Installation of students as Ministers of Holy Communion

-- TMLA Tennis advanced to Brooklyn/Queens Championships was encouraged to wear pink to show their support. Students distributed information on Breast Cancer screening and self-examination and raised money for Breast Cancer research.

-- Annual Freshman/Senior Halloween Dance -- 13th Annual TMLA Walk-a-thon

Swimmer, Tara Mulligan, broke the Nassau/Suffolk record in the 50 yard Freestyle race as well as winning

Weekend Retreat for students at St. Joseph Villa in the Hamptons.

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Annual Christmas Concert performed by TMLA Glee Club & Orchestra

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Sophomores participated in the “Jeans for Teens”

Annual Father/Daughter Dance (formerly known as the “Pop Hop”) Students held a Solidarity Sleep Out for Covenant House to raise awareness of teenage homelessness. Students took part in a dinner of bread and soup and slept outside on TMLA’s campus so as to experience, to some degree, what it is like to be homeless. Genesians presented “Career Angels”

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TMLA Cross Country team concluded their season with 45 medals

-- Alumnae Regional Reception hosted by Miriam Smith Vagt ’46 held in Scarsdale, NY. Over 20 alumnae who live in the area attended for an evening of light refreshments, conversation and to get an update on their alma mater.

-- TMLA Chapter of Pax Christi sponsors Thanksgiving Principal’s Dinner held in the Susan James Kropf ’66 Library at TMLA

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5 TMLA student athletes qualify for the New York State Championships, the most of any NYC school in the CHSAA.

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-- Juniors organized a school supply drive to benefit a needy school in Nicaragua. A TMLA Alumna is actively involved in service to the school and hand delivered the donated supplies. The drive was a school wide event that encouraged all members of the TMLA community to “Appreciate all that we have,

Brooklyn/Queens CHSAA.

and donate all that we can”.

drive in which they collected over 200 pairs of gentlyused jeans to be donated to local homeless shelters. --

Students participated in a school wide campaign to raise money to support Providence House - which provides shelter for abused women and children. A Christmas card was designed by one of our Seniors and made available for purchase.

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Advent/Christmas Liturgy celebrated at Immaculate Conception Church

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Students perform the annual Christmas Play

Students held their annual dance with the residents of Hillcrest Manor Nursing Home.

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2 Seniors were awarded medals for their paintings in the 2012 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Competition

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TMLA’s Indoor Track team finished 2nd in the CHSAA Championships, earning 7

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Juniors held a Health Fair featuring information on fitness, nutrition, women’s health, dental health and disease prevention. Healthy snacks and information were available for all who attended.

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TMLA’s JV Basketball team won New York City CHSAA Championships.

-- TMLA students hosted a Hunger Banquet. Students participated in a dinner where some were served a full 3 course meal, some a sandwich, and others just a bowl of rice. This was to allow students to experience some of the challenges and injustices of living in a world where a billion people are in chronic need of food.

-- Students created a video on Healthy Body Image which was presented to all Sophomores. The students interviewed several shoppers at Queens Center Mall and combined the commentary with statistics and information regarding healthy body image. --

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individual championships.

January 2012

food drive --

February 2012

TMLA Bowling Team member, Sara Zask finished with the highest female bowling average in the

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-- Breast Cancer Awareness Day, TMLA community

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Seniors facilitated a Voter Registration Drive to show the school community the importance of active and informed citizenship.

and delivered hundreds of Christmas cards for the residents at St. Mary’s Hospital for Children, Hillside Manor Nursing Home, St. Albans Hospital for Veterans and Maria Regina Residence in Brentwood.

Inductions into the Mary Louis Chapter of the National Honor Society

the league’s 100 yard breast stroke championship

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March 2012

-- Students held an Earth Day Concert to raise awareness of issues surrounding water. The concert raised funds to address those issues which the students used to have environmentally friendly water bottle refilling stations installed at TMLA.

-- CSJ Convocation celebrated. The administrations, faculties & staffs off all 6 high schools sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph, gathered at TMLA for a day of collaboration and recommitment to the CSJ charism of unity, reconciliation and inclusive love

-- Varsity Basketball team advanced to NYC Championships and New York State Championships.

-- 7th Grade students from 22 elementary schools participated in our 3rd Annual Young Women in Math competition.

-- Varsity & JV Cheerleading teams both finished 2nd in CHSAA Championships.

-- Genesians perform Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music”

-- Alumnae Regional Reception hosted by Nora Eberhardt Quigley ’46 held in Ballston Lake, NY. Over 20 alumnae who live in the NY Capital Region attended for an evening of light refreshments, conversation and to get an update on their alma mater.

-- Alumnae Regional Reception hosted by Judith Banzer Farr, Ph.D. ’54, held in Washington, DC. Over 20 alumnae who live in the Capital District attended for an evening of light refreshments, conversation and to get an update on their alma mater.

TMLA Cafeteria. Over 100 Alumnae returned with their mothers, grandmothers, daughters, granddaughters and other female relatives.

York State Music Association Festival for Queens.

-- Annual Spirit Week, culminating in Spirit Night in

May 2012 -- 2nd Annual Delete Day held at TMLA. Delete Day is an entirely student directed initiative in which the entire TMLA community is encouraged to remove any negative content from their social media networking pages. TMLA’s Delete Day has received national coverage from MTV and the Huffington Post as the first ever student initiative of its kind.

Fitzgerald Gymnasium at Queens College

-- Junior Ring Day -- Communion Breakfast for Students, Parents and Faculty.

-- The annual Alumnae Reunion was a tremendous success with a record turnout of Alumnae “coming home” to TMLA.

Varsity Lacrosse team was selected as New York City Player of the Year.

-- TMLA’s 5th Annual Summer Fest took place July 1-August 3. More than 125 7th and 8th grade girls from elementary schools throughout Queens enjoyed courses taught by TMLA Faculty in Biology, Chemistry, Forensic Science, Art, Math, Italian, Shakespeare and much more.. TMLA students volunteered as aides in the program.

-- Graduation Liturgy at Immaculate Conception Church where Seniors received their tassels and the traditional long stemmed yellow rose.

-- The 73rd Commencement Exercises of The Mary Louis Academy took place at Queens College. 234 young women were awarded their diplomas and joined the ranks of almost 20,000 TMLA Alumnae worldwide. 100% of the Class of 2012 went on to college, and these talented young women were awarded over $30 million in academic merit-based scholarships.

-- Upgrades and maintenance performed on the TMLA buildings, including a new water heater in the Main Building and over 100 new student desks and chairs.

-- Art Cottage rewired and outfitted to accommodate advanced technology for new Graphic Design course

June 2012 -- TMLA Outdoor Track team qualified for National Championships in North Carolina.

-- International Women’s Day celebration our Sisters at Immaculate Conception Church.

Summer 2012

-- Annual Alumnae Mother/Daughter Brunch held in

-- For the 4th year in a row TMLA hosts the New

-- Liturgy celebrating the Feast of St. Joseph, patron of

-- Senior, Anna McGovern, a member of TMLA’s

-- TMLA Badminton team captured its first victory

-- Alumnae Regional Reception hosted by Monica Reddy Wood ’72 held in Lloyd Harbor, NY. Over 20 alumnae who live on the North Shore of Long Island attended for an evening of light refreshments, conversation and to get an update on their alma mater.

-- Annual Forensics (Speech & Debate) Dinner held in TMLA Cafeteria

-- Annual Athletic Awards Dinner held in TMLA Cafeteria and Courtyard

-- Annual Day of the Arts. TMLA Art Show exhibiting artwork from our talented students followed by the Spring Concert performed by TMLA Glee Club and Orchestra.

April 2012 -- TMLA Speech & Debate Team captures the prestigious Dr. Francis Giordano Award as the top Speech team in the Diocese for the 12th year in a row.

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Nora Eberhardt Quigley,

a member of The Mary

Louis Academy’s Class of 1946, has devoted her life to educating youth from elementary school all the way through College level. Through the years Nora has always held great love for TMLA and deep appreciation for the sacrifices her parents made in order to provide her with such a wonderful education. In 2011 Nora decided that she would like to ensure

Named Scholarships The following named scholarships have been established in honor or in memory of members of the TMLA family. Each scholarship is funded by generous donations from alumnae and friends of the Academy. If you would like to donate to any one of these named Scholarship Funds please specify that on your check or remittance envelope.

that other young ladies have the same opportunities she did and also that her parents’ names would live on for generations to come. In order to

... I

workeD hard

and tried my best and I did receive A’s, but I also received B’s, and I would like this scholarship to go to girls like that.

achieve this, Nora made a very generous gift to TMLA in her estate plans

Patricia M. Hynes, Esq ’59 Scholarship:

Katherine Conway Maguire ’71

to endow a scholarship in the names of her parents. The August & Nora

Patricia Hynes ’59 credits her time on

Memorial Scholarship:

Eberhardt Scholarship will be a full 4 year academic scholarship awarded

The Mary Louis Academy debate team

The Katherine Conway Maguire Scholar-

to a young woman who shows service to her community and is an “aver-

with helping her make the decision to

ship is funded through donations made

age” student. This may be surprising to many who read this, an “average”

go on to Law School and pursue a very

in memory of Kathy, who passed away in

student, but Nora’s feeling is that “The smarties always get all the scholar-

successful career as a trial lawyer and

2006. Kathy devoted her life’s work to the

ships. I want this opportunity to go to an average girl, like I was. I worked

President of the New York City Bar As-

field of nursing and was passionate about

hard and tried my best and I did receive A’s, but I also received B’s, and I

sociation. Patricia initially established

caring for the sick and those in need.

would like this scholarship to go to girls like that”. Nora’s commitment to

this scholarship fund through a very

This scholarship is awarded annually to

The Mary Louis Academy’s future and to the young women of that future

generous donation. This scholarship

a student with the highest G.P.A. who

shows great foresight, vision and compassion, many of the hallmarks of

is awarded annually to a student on

wishes to pursue a career in the field

the Mary Louis woman! Thank you Nora for your great generosity, we

TMLA’s Speech & Debate Team with

of Nursing.

are sure we join your parents in being so very proud to have you as one

the highest G.P.A.

of our own!

The Legacy Society

Generous alumnae and friends who have included TMLA in their estate plans are recognized with membership in the Legacy Society. We thank the following alumnae, whose foresight and belief in the future of The Mary Louis Academy helps to ensure that TMLA will remain a unique place of opportunity for young women for generations to come.

Susan James Kropf ’66 Scholarship:

Geraldine Reynolds McDonnell ’57

The Susan James Kropf Scholarship

Memorial Scholarship:

was established in honor of Susan

The Geraldine Reynolds McDonnell Schol-

upon her retirement from her posi-

arship is funded through donations made

tion as President and Chief Operating

in memory of Geraldine, who passed away

Officer of Avon Products. The schol-

in 2008. Geraldine was one of the founding

Elizabeth Wilcox Adams 48 (Rest in Peace)

Jeannette A. Henry 56

Jane Shea Regan 73

T. Elaine Adamson 54

Florence Clark Knick 41 (Rest in Peace)

Elizabeth Grace Ricker 59 (Rest in Peace)

Elaine Monks Alfano-Rees 52

arship fund was initially endowed

members of TMLA’s resurrected Alumnae

Madeline Papio Lacovara 62

Mary E. Sculley 77

through generous donations from

Association and was its long time Secre-

Anonymous

Barbara Brown Markell 69

Laurence Telson 83

Avon. This Scholarship is awarded

tary. This 4 year scholarship is awarded to

Anne Russell Batchelor 56

Catalina Rios Meyer 86

Alice M. Timothy Ph.D. 49

annually to a student who wishes to

a Catholic student who scores in the 80th

Florence McHale Baur 53

Sally Ekenberg Mosher JD 52

Faith Rieg Victory 52

pursue a career in the field

percentile or above, exhibits community

Jacqueline Thornton Chambers 59

Lillian Virgil Olszewski 53 (Rest in Peace) Nancy Morgan Voss 78

of Business.

involvement and whose family demonstrates

Claudia DeMonte 65

Gloria Vetere Osborne 51

Judith E. Williams 60

Alexandra Venturini Dyer 74

Geraldine M. Otremba Ph.D. 63

Monica Reddy Wood 72

Eileen O’Leary Grubb 63

Kathleen Person 65

Dorothy A. Harrington 71

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economic need.

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August & Nora Eberhardt

Margaret Howard Reilly 64

Memorial Scholarship:

Memorial Scholarship:

The August & Nora Eberhardt

The Margaret Howard Reilly Scholarship is

Scholarship was endowed through

funded through donations made in memory

a very generous donation to TMLA

The Mary Louis Academy Gratefully Acknowledges the Following Grants

of Margaret, who passed away in 2011. In the

from their daughter Nora Eberhardt Quigley ’46. Nora has always

final days of her life, Margaret and her family

credited TMLA with her success as

worked tirelessly to establish this scholarship

George Link Foundation - $15,000

Wallace Foundation - $175,000

a lifelong educator, and she remains

at TMLA. Margaret’s mother was a single

The George Link Foundation awarded TMLA a $15,000

Through this generous grant juniors and seniors have a

grateful for all the sacrifices her

parent in the field of law enforcement, who

grant. This grant is to be used for tuition assistance for

full time college counselor, in addition to their guidance

students who demonstrate need.

counselor, who helps chart their paths up to and after

parents made in order to send her to

worked very hard to provide her daughter

Mary Louis. This 4 year scholarship

graduation. Additionally, students work with independent

with a Mary Louis education. Margaret

Josephine Foundation - $1,000

college consultants. SAT Preparation courses, taught

provides service to her community, is

wished to provide this opportunity to a young

The Josephine Foundation: Follow Your Dreams grant

by instructors from a nationally recognized college prep

an “average” student and whose fam-

woman from a similar background. This 4

program awarded TMLA a $1,000 grant. This grant is

program, are offered to all Juniors on campus at TMLA.

ily exhibits financial need.

year scholarship is awarded to a student from a

being used to upgrade the wiring and footlights in

Eligible students take affordable, overnight bus trips to visit

the auditorium.

prestigious East Coast colleges, including Yale, Princeton,

is awarded to a young woman who

single parent home who attains admission and If you would like to establish an endowed named scholarship in honor or in memory of someone, please contact the Office of Academy Advancement at (718) 297-2120 x 263 or at Advancement@tmla.org.

Georgetown, Brown, MIT, Boston College, and Harvard.

exhibits financial need.

Thanks to this grant our students are well prepared for life after TMLA.

TMLA Art Cottage – dedicated in memory of Elizabeth White Regan ‘77

“Mary Louis means a chance to stand out from the crowd and to truly be myself, it means being bold and showing that girls have power. TMLA teaches girls that we have the power to be whatever we want to be; that power is within us. TMLA shows me that if there is an opportunity out there for me, I have just as much of a chance as a boy in getting it. The Mary Louis Academy enables us to be strong and charismatic leaders. You are a person who is going to make a difference in the world!!” – Ashley Walker

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The Class of 1972 (above) had the highest attendance rate with over 50% of the graduating class attending!

TMLA’s annual Alumnae Reunion was a tremendous success, with over 500 Alumnae returning to the

Reunion Class Gifts

school to reconnect with former classmates. Every year

Class of 1942: $50

Class of 1977: $1,396

each reunion class donates a Class Gift to the Acad-

Class of 1947: $1,360

Class of 1982: $995

emy. These gifts can be made in honor of a favorite

Class of 1952: $1,755

Class of 1987: $3,640

teacher who made a difference in your life or in mem-

Class of 1957: $1,595

Class of 1992: $1,705

ory of a beloved classmate or family member who has

Class of 1962: $10,000

Class of 1997: $245

passed away. This year the Reunion Classes donated

Class of 1967: $315

Class of 2002: $183

$72,662 to TMLA!!

Class of 1972: $48,713

Class of 2007: $210

Our “TMLA – Building for the Future” is modeled after the school building and graces the landing of our Main Staircase. Made of solid oak and brass, the “Building for the Future” has bricks and windows of different shapes and sizes to engrave and allows benefactors of TMLA the chance to personalize and choose your level of giving. This structure represents the tributes and memorials that alumnae, parents and friends choose to make. You may wish to honor a favorite teacher, cherished friend or say thank you to your parents or others who have made an impact on your life. All of the proceeds from the “Building for the Future” are used for scholarships, endowments and building renovations. For questions, please contact the Office of Academy Advancement at (718) 297-2120 or at www.tmlaalumnae.org/donations

Yes, I would like to take part in the “Building for the Future” and support The Mary Louis Academy. I would like to obtain a:

A special thank you to the Class Reps who helped make the 2012 reunion such a wonderful success: Class of 1947 – Mary Elizabeth Andresen Hackett Class of 1952: Athina Leka Aston & S. Mary St. John CSJ Class of 1957: S. Mary Ann Carotenuto CSJ & Sheila Scanlon Strack Class of 1962: Ellen Reuss Curran & Barbara Pravati Filazzola Class of 1967: Louise Berardesca McNamara & Patricia Izzo Thigpen Class of 1972: Denise DeMaria & Anna Marino Lyons Class of 1977: Rebecca Tomitz Armstrong Class of 1987: Joy Huang Class of 1992: Nancy Jones Feeley & Nicohle Lombard McGeorge Class of 1997: Silvia Proano

Brick ($1,000) Small Square Window ($3,000) Arch Window ($10,000) Enclosed please find my tax deductible check in the amount of $

made payable to The Mary Louis Academy.

Please mail to: The Mary Louis Academy Office of Academy Advancement 176-21Wexford Terrace Mother Mary Louis Way Jamaica Estates, NY 11432 Name:

Name at TMLA:

Address: City:

State:

Zip: Home Phone: Class of :

E-mail: Alumna

Friend

Parent

Parent of Alumna

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This Report is reflective of Annual Fund gifts received between July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012

Is Your Name Missing? It Could Be Because… …you made your gift after our fiscal year ended. This Annual Report is reflective of Annual Fund gifts received between July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012. Gifts after June 30th will be included in next year’s Annual Report. …you asked that your gift be kept anonymous …we made a mistake, if so please know that it is an omission of the pen and not of the heart.

Please call the Office of Academy Advancement at 718 297 2120 if you have any questions.

For information about donating to The Mary Louis Academy please contact: The Mary Louis Academy Office of Academy Advancement 176-21 Wexford Terrace Jamaica Estates, NY 11432 718-297-2120 marylouisacademy@aol.com http://www.tmla.org/giving -58-

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