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2017–2018 Issue 2

15 Programs You Should Know About 2016–17 Annual Report


MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Did You Know?— Not Your Average University

This, then, resulted in our 2014–15 rebranding effort and updated tagline (“Bigger thinking. Brighter purpose.”)—in support of our long-time promise of “engaging mind and spirit”—and a marketing campaign

Dear Members of the USF Family,

that made it clear that USF is “Not Your Average University.” Indeed, many of the proof points and

Welcome to the latest issue of Engaging Mind &

examples developed in support of that campaign

Spirit—our University of St. Francis magazine and one

effectively laid the groundwork for this issue of

way that we strive to remain connected to you:

Engaging Mind and Spirit in which we hope to both

our alumni, our friends, our parents, our employees,

inspire and educate you with respect to fifteen

and our supporters…in short, our USF family.

answers to the question “Did You Know?” about the University of St. Francis.

I recently came across a copy of the presentation that I delivered on my first all-university “opening day”

So, pour yourself a cup of coffee, sit back, and enjoy

meeting with the USF faculty, administrators, and staff

this latest update about what’s happening at your

members in August 2013. Along with comments

USF. And, as always, please know that I continue to

on how joyful I was to be a member of the USF

consider myself incredibly blessed to serve as

community and anecdotes about my first few months,

your president and promise to work hard to earn the

I shared a series of what I called “Did you knows?”

trust that you have placed in me.

about the university—i.e., points of distinction and/or impact that we could proudly share with others when

Arvid C. Johnson, Ph.D. President University of St. Francis

Peace and all good things,

speaking about USF. You see, throughout my on-campus interviews and initial discussions, virtually everyone had an example of how great USF was at “X” and what a shame it was that no one knew about it. Indeed, the term “hidden gem” was bandied about more often than not. Well, being a hidden gem is not a viable long-term strategy—so I challenged the USF community to work with me to better articulate and share our story. This challenge, then, evolved into the second objective of our 2014–19 strategic plan: “Enhance the reputation and brand awareness of USF as a leading private Midwestern university with excellent student educational outcomes inspired by and infused with our Catholic heritage and Franciscan tradition.”*

*Yes, after letting you “off” for a few issues, it’s back to our strategic plan!


IN TH IS IS S U E

Engaging Mind & Spirit is published three times each academic year. Feedback is welcomed and can be sent to Julie Futterer ’93, Director of Marketing Services: 815-740-3826 or jfutterer@stfrancis.edu. Content Julie Futterer Stephen Midlock Katie Smith Luke Tanaka Other USF employees, students & friends

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FEATUR E STO RY

15 Programs You Should Know About

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2 US F N EWS

16 THE F IGHTING SAINTS

3 CAL EN DAR O F E V E NTS

18 STAYING CONNECTE D

12 CO L L EG E O F

19 GIV ING B ACK

AR TS & S CIENCE S

FAITH, MISSION & DIV E RSIT Y

13 CO L L EG E O F BU SINE SS &

20 HONOR ROLL

HEALTH ADM I NISTRATION

ANNUAL DONORS 2016–17

14 CO L L EG E O F E DU CATION

31 THRE E OAKS LEGACY

15 LEACH COLLEGE OF NURSING

SOCIE T Y

32 F INANCIAL STATE ME NTS

Imagery Gloria Allen Don Bersano Photography Cherry Hill Studios Jessica Conte Image Group Photography, LLC Dave Laketa John Patsch Katie Smith Other USF employee, students & friends Design Adam Middleton Printing & Distribution Courier Graphics / CEREUS—Phoenix Please help us in our efforts to reduce waste. If this is an incorrect address for the intended recipient, if you no longer wish to receive this publication, or want to receive it electronically, contact Christina Kuzava at 815-740-4287 or ckuzava@stfrancis.edu to update your records.

ON THE COVER USF student Darrell Jackson enjoys a science lecture in Dr. Ben Whitlock’s Principles of Biology class PHOTO BY DON BERSANO

Our Mission As a Catholic university rooted in the liberal arts, we are a welcoming community of learners challenged by Franciscan values and charism, engaged in a continuous pursuit of knowledge, faith, wisdom, and justice, and ever mindful of a tradition that emphasizes reverence for creation,

University of St. Francis 500 Wilcox Street, Joliet, Illinois 60435 800-735-7500 / stfrancis.edu

compassion, and peace-making. We strive for academic excellence in all programs, preparing women and men to contribute to the world through service and leadership.

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New Rankings Bestow More Honors on USF USF was thrilled to be named number nine on the top ten schools list in

nationwide for outstanding nursing programs. The site took the quality,

Illinois whose graduates earn more after graduation, according to

affordability, convenience, satisfaction and value of each program

consumer watchdog group WalletHub.com. USF was named among some

into account when creating the list. Factors such as NCLEX pass rates,

of the larger institutions in the state including Northwestern University,

accreditation, percentage of students offered financial aid and

University of Chicago and University of Illinois-Champaign.

retention rates were all considered.

The rankings were based on student selectivity, tuition cost, financing

In later November, it was

and career outcomes. Of the 35 Illinois schools that made WalletHub’s

announced that USF earned its

original listing, the majority listed are private schools. A WalletHub analyst

eighth Military Friendly School

noted that students who attend private institutions in Illinois tend to

distinction by Victory Media

make $20,000 to $30,000 more 10 years after graduation than students

for 2018. Each year, the list of

who attended public institutions. USF students not only have better

Military Friendly Schools is

earning potential, but they also graduate with less student debt thanks to

provided to service members and

the $19.4 million the university invests in student scholarships.

their families, which helps them

to select the best institution for the

“Ninety-six percent of undergraduates and 100% of our incoming

freshman class receives financial aid assistance,” noted Vice President for

education needed to pursue a

Admissions and Enrollment Services Eric Wignall. “USF is committed to

civilian career. In order to determine

providing an affordable, quality education to students who then graduate

which schools make the list, Victory

and get jobs.”

Media measures how well an institution

performs in the areas of recruitment, quality

In early November, NurseJournal.org named USF’s Leach College of

Nursing as second in the state for the best online nursing programs

of education once enrolled and job placement after graduation. This

on its “Best Nursing Schools in the Central Region” list. Being ranked #2 is

information, in addition to survey data, are weighted and scored against

an honor in the highly competitive Chicagoland region, but the online

benchmarks of success. USF exceeded these benchmarks in all areas

publication also listed the University of St. Francis near the top nationally.

including academic policy, military culture and admissions practices.

NurseJournal placed USF in the top 50 of the 754 institutions evaluated

USF CELEB RAT ES C HRI S T MA S On Nov. 20, students and employees on campus enjoyed the annual “Campus Lighting” ceremony on the Quad, where the manger and trees were lit with festive lights, holiday carols were sung, and guests enjoyed hot chocolate and snacks to celebrate the coming of Christmas. Four days later, on Nov. 24, the University of St. Francis sponsored the annual Light Up the Holidays parade in downtown Joliet, hosted by the Joliet City Center Partnership. Families from across the city came together to celebrate the start of the holiday season. USF’s mascot, Bernie the St. Bernard, served as grand marshal and led the parade, followed by dozens of USF faculty and staff who handed out candy to the paradegoers. “The holidays are a special time for our university and we are happy to celebrate this season with our community,” said USF President Arvid Johnson.

Engaging Mind & Spirit Correction: The feature story in the last issue of this magazine indicated that the first music program was established at USF in 2004. Although it was the first program at “USF,” it was not the first music program for “St. Francis.” According to the USF Archivist Gloria Hendrickson, there was a department of music from 1930–1979. A Bachelor of Music degree was listed in the school catalog, and the major fell under Fine Arts from 1960–1980. It then became a minor from 1980–1999. The music program was discontinued altogether from 2000–2004, until Dr. Patrick Brannon reinstated it that year. Thanks to the former music major who reached out with this correction!

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January 20

61st Annual Caritas Scholarship Ball (Institutional Advancement)

Illinois High School Art Competition Reception and Awards (Art Gallery)

Women’s Basketball Alumnae Game (Alumni)

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Tennis Alumni-Student Match and Reunion (Alumni)

February

USF H EL PS “ S O C K I T T O O U R V E T S ”

Freshman Scholarship Competition (Admissions)

Alumni Network Meetings (Alumni)

on Oct. 27 to hand off 2,487 pairs of white crew socks to the Veterans

Akropolis Reed Quintet: On the Town (Music at Moser)

Assistance Commission of Will County (VACWC).

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Exhibit Opening: Colin Sherell, through March 28 (Art Gallery)

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LaVerne & Dorothy Brown Science Hall Dedication (Institutional Advancement)

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Bernie Campus Visit Day (Admissions)

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Career Networking Dinner (Alumni)

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Zafa Collective (Music at Moser)

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Career & Internship Fair (Career Services)

USF, Exxon-Mobil, Harrah’s Casino, Illinois Valley Community College,

Joliet Junior College, Kankakee Community College, Lewis University and Presence St. Joseph Medical Center collected new crew socks at their respective facilities during the inaugural “Sock It to Our Vets” drive, hosted by the American Red Cross of Illinois River Valley Service to the Armed Forces program.

This donation will allow superintendent of the VACWC, Kristi

McNichols, and her team to provide socks to veterans in need in Will County as well as veterans in Grundy and Kankakee Counties; the Edward Hines, Jr. Veterans Administration Hospital; and Operation Support Our Troops.

USF Veterans Certifying Official, Director of Financial Aid and U.S.

Army veteran Bruce Foote appreciates the commitment these organizations demonstrated to veterans and their families. “There are an estimated 131,000 homeless veterans, and undoubtedly Will County has their share,” Foote pointed out. “Events like ‘Sock It to Our Vets’ by the Red Cross and the VACWC helps reach out to these veterans as well as other veterans experiencing difficulties. Every bit helps these very deserving men and women,” he commented.

USF President Arvid Johnson stands with members of the local American Red Cross board at the “Sock It To Our Vets” event at USF in October.

C ALE N DA R O F E V E N TS

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The University of St. Francis joined with several community partners

March 3

R.E.A.D. for Educators (REAL)

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Administrator Academy #1323 (REAL)

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Transfer, Adult Degree Completion and Graduate Student Open House (Admissions)

Mass Comm Alumni Network Event “Mass Communication Degree, Now What?” (Alumni)

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USF Relay for Life (SGA, SAB, Student Life)

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USF Swingin’ Saints Serve Culinary Jazz (Music at Moser)

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Breakfast with the Bunny and Easter Egg Hunt (Alumni)

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Freshman Campus Visit Day (Admissions)

April 1

Have a happy, blessed Easter!

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Spring Musical: “The Fantasticks” (Music at Moser)

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Exhibit Opening: USF Art & Design Competition, through April 20 (Art Gallery)

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Spring Student Recital I (Music at Moser)

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Alumni Network Meetings (Alumni)

Duns Scotus Alumni-Student Brunch (Alumni)

Alumni Service Day at Joliet Hope Center (Alumni)

Concert Chorale: “Sensational Psalms” (Music at Moser)

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Transfer Registration (Admissions)

Spring Student Recital II (Music at Moser)

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Joliet Symphony Orchestra: “At the Movies!” (Music at Moser)

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USF Art & Design Senior Thesis Reception and Exhibit Opening, though June 30 (Art Gallery)

Schola Cantorum, Swingin’ Saints and Concert Chorale: “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” (Music at Moser)

28–29 Freshman Registration

May 2

Cinderella at Cadillac Palace Theatre and Lunch at Italian Village (Alumni)

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Spring Commencement

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Bluestem Earth Festival (Sustainability)

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Administrator Academy #1221 (REAL)

Saturday Info Sessions Brief Saturday campus visits which include a short tour. Space is limited to three per family. RSVP by calling 815-740-2270. January 20 & 27 • February 10, 17 & 24 • March 3, 10 & 17 • April 7, 14 & 21 For more detailed information or to confirm any changes that may occur with these scheduled events, visit stfrancis.edu/usf-calendar or see the back cover of this magazine for phone numbers and email addresses to contact specific departments.


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20 1 7 A M B A S S A DO R DAY BRI N G S CO M MU NI T Y TO CAMPUS On Oct. 19, the University of St. Francis welcomed more than 100 guests

brothers and sisters, and the opportunities that they pursue here will still

to campus for its fourth annual Ambassador Day. Attendees included

be available,” he commented. Johnson also mentioned the achievements

several members of USF’s founding congregation, the Sisters of St. Francis

of USF’s student-athletes, the university’s continued commitment to

of Mary Immaculate, including congregation president Sr. Dolores

student scholarships and construction progress on the LaVerne & Dorothy

Zemont, OSF. Other guests included Joliet Mayor Bob O’Dekirk, Will

Brown Science Hall.

County Executive Larry Walsh, Congressman Bill Foster and two state

legislators who are USF alumni, Sen. Pat McGuire and Rep. Natalie Manley.

said she was very happy that USF is doing so well. “I’m impressed

with the call to service, the call to excellence, and the call for diversity,”

The breakfast program featured a State of the University address

Congregation member and alumna Sr. Mary Jean Morris, OSF ’65

given by USF President Arvid Johnson that outlined the achievements

Morris said.

of the university over the last year. Johnson also highlighted the

university’s dedication to students affected by DACA.

from various programs and departments across the university to talk about

how their agencies can partner together in the future.

“Regardless of what takes place in Washington, our commitment

After the presentation, guests were able to visit with representatives

will not change to these students. Our doors will remain open to our

Left: USF President Arvid Johnson addresses Ambassador Day attendees. Center: Julee Gard (USF), Roy Herman (Joliet Slammers), Danielle Blake (Joliet Region Chamber of Commerce & Industry), Rob Hall (Joliet Police Department), Martin Shanahan (Spesia & Ayers Attorneys at Law) and Lauren Las (Joliet City Center Partnership). Right: USF’s DARA staff, Jeff Jaskowiak and Alby Odum, show off their program to attendees.

University of St. Francis Requests Public Comments

The University of St. Francis (USF) is seeking

Public Comment on University of St. Francis

comments from the public about the university in

Higher Learning Commission

preparation for its periodic evaluation by its

230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500

regional accrediting agency. USF will host a visit

Chicago, IL 60604-1411

March 18–21, 2018, with a team representing the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The

The public may also submit comments on HLC’s

University of St. Francis has been accredited by

website at hlcommission.org/comment

HLC since 1938. The team will review the

Comments must address substantive matters

institution’s ongoing ability to meet HLC criteria

related to the quality of the institution or

for accreditation.

its academic programs. Comments must be in

writing. All comments must be received by

The public is invited to submit comments

regarding the university to the following address:

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LAVERNE & DOROTHY BROWN SCIENCE HALL DEDICATION: FEBRUARY 8 All alumni, community partners, students, families, employees and friends are invited to attend the dedication of the LaVerne & Dorothy Brown Science Hall on Thursday, Feb. 8. The dedication is open to the public. If you plan to join in the festivities, please RSVP to Regina Block at rblock@stfrancis.edu or 815-740-5065.

USF CA PT U RES O U T D O O R N AT I O N C A M P US CHALLE N GE CHAMPI ON S HI PS After much hiking, biking,

the Year for Division 2. RSM

students from more than 90

ascending and kayaking,

student Julie Jandeska finished

universities off the couch and into

the University of St. Francis (USF)

third on the individual competition

the wilderness. Participants joined

placed first in regional and

as well. (Jandeska, Grady and

their teams through the Campus

individual competitions and

Gabriel pictured below left.)

Challenge app and logged their

second in the national division

outdoor activities.

for the 2017 Outdoor Nation

opportunity to showcase the

Campus Challenge.

University of St. Francis to the

sponsored the USF team by

country and really show off the

providing classes and gear as an

Assistant Professor and Recreation

many opportunities our students

added incentive for participation,

Club Advisor Dr. Jerome Gabriel

have to learn and work in the

including The Yak Shack

won Faculty National Outsider of

outdoors,” said Gabriel. “With a

(yakshackonline.com), Kayak

the Year, and Recreation and Sport

brand new Outdoor Recreation

Chicago (kayakchicago.com),

Management (RSM) student Caeley

concentration available at USF, we

Zip Chicago (zipchicago.com)

Grady won National Outsider of

are able to show that USF is the

and Venture Gear LLC

place to study if you truly want an

(venturegearllc.com).

education that not only teaches

you about the outdoors but helps

already strategizing for next year’s

you experience it.”

competition. “This year was a

On the individual level,

“This competition was a great

This is the first year USF has

entered the Outdoor Nation

Several recreation companies

STUDE NTS AT TEND I CE L AN D AIRWAVES F E STI VAL This fall, the Consulate General of Iceland donated trips to USF's radio station, WCSF 88.7 FM, so students could attend the Iceland Airwaves Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland, in early November. WCSF Music Director Jessica Stevens attended the festival with DARA students Jeremy Kollross and Matthew Morgan (pictured).

Gabriel and his team are

great learning experience,” he said. “We were able to develop great

Campus Challenge, hosted by the

partnerships across the campus,

Outdoor Foundation, a nonprofit

community, and region, and are

committed to reconnecting

looking forward to strengthening

millennials with the outdoors, and

those ties to secure the national

sponsored by REI, The North Face,

championship next year.”

Hydro Flask, and ENO. The Campus Challenge aims to get

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DID YOU KNOW ? IF YOU DON’T ALREADY KNOW ABOUT THESE 15 “A+” PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ST. FRANCIS, YOU’RE ABOUT TO GET SCHOOLED! WHETHER YOU’RE AN ALUM CONSIDERING AN ADVANCED DEGREE, THE PARENT/ GUARDIAN OF A CURRENT OR POTENTIAL STUDENT, OR JUST A FRIEND OR SUPPORTER OF THE UNIVERSITY, THIS LIST WILL EDUCATE AND INSPIRE YOU.


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WE OFFER CAREER-BOOSTING GRADUATE & POST-MASTER’S CERTIFICATES Are you an alum or parent of a current student who’s interested in improving your skills, increasing your earning potential, or even exploring a new career, but you don’t want to commit to the rigor (or price) of earning an additional full degree? Certificate programs have been growing in popularity in recent years, and the University of St. Francis offers several to choose from. Graduate certificates offered include Accounting, Adult TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages), Business Analytics, E-Learning, Finance, Gerontology, Human Resource Management, Logistics, Management of Training and Development, Teaching in Nursing and Training Specialist. Post-master’s certificates include Family Nurse Practitioner, Forensic Social Work and Psychiatric/ Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.

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WE PAY IT FORWARD THROUGH THE ALUMNI BENEFITS PROGRAM Did you know that simply by being a former Saint, you can take advantage of a host of resources including exclusive access to a number of services, benefits and discounts? A popular benefit is the Alumni Half-Tuition Discount, which gives alumni a 50% discount on courses taken toward personal enrichment (not degree courses, and courses already offered at a reduced rate don’t apply). In addition, Alumni Legacy Scholarships are available for qualified undergraduates who are the son/daughter, brother/sister, husband/ wife or grandchild of an alum. The list goes on, with travel discounts, discounts at participating businesses throughout the country, a 20% discount at the campus bookstore, a free USF email account for life, and so much more. Perhaps one of the most interesting benefits is the opportunity for alumni to celebrate their Catholic wedding inside the historic St. Joseph Chapel in the Motherhouse! Visit stfrancis.edu/alumni/benefits.

through REAL, then take an additional 12 core credit hours any time over the next seven years to earn an M.S. in Teaching & Learning. The College of Education also offers master's degrees in Educational Leadership, Reading and Education with Teacher Licensure.

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We Teach Students to Network Through Our Mentoring Program The Student-Alumni Mentoring Program, created in 2011 by alumni director Aubrey Knight ’04, ’07, and her thenstudent worker Kayla Madej ’15, was recognized at a national conference and won the University of St. Francis Innovation Award in 2015. Known simply as “SAM,” the student and alumni mentoring program pairs current student mentees with alums working in their field of study. The partners keep in touch throughout the year, with mentors offering career guidance, networking assistance, and support. In its sixth year with 134 participants, the program has serviced more than 500 students and alumni. Many mentoring pairs keep in contact long after the student graduates, and alumni often hire our students for internships and jobs. Visit stfrancis.edu/sam.

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WE CARVE THE PATHWAY TO A MASTER'S DEGREE IN EDUCATION THROUGH PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT The Regional Education Academy for Leadership (REAL) within USF's College of Education was established to provide educators with professional development opportunities. REAL offers graduate level courses and the option to earn a variety of endorsements through a flexible program with teacher-friendly tuition. The rigorous coursework and research-based instructional strategies that are required of all advanced degree programs in the College of Education are embedded within each REAL course. This provides the framework for what differentiates USF from other institutions— the opportunity for educators to earn 18 hours of graduate credit

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WE HAVE A FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR Associate Professor Dr. Alicia McLaughlin was awarded a 2017 Fulbright Scholarship this summer to do research at the University of Guyana in Guyana, South America. McLaughlin has been teaching for nine years in the bachelor’s and master’s social work programs at USF and is the first USF professor to receive this honor. From Guyana, she blogged that her students are “very motivated, hard-working, and extremely intelligent. It’s hard to believe that these are undergraduate social work students. I feel as if I’m teaching master’s level students.” She also reported in late November that she received another Fulbright Grant, which allowed her to travel from Guyana to Jamaica for a speaking program in Kingston. There, social service providers came to hear McLaughlin talk about intense topics such as suicide, mental health stigma, pedophilia and trauma. McLaughlin is due back to USF for the spring semester.

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OUR CAREER SUCCESS CENTER HELPS STUDENTS AND ALUMNI GET JOBS 98% of recent USF graduates are employed or in graduate school, the majority are working in their field of study, and the USF Career Success Center helps to make it all possible! The Career Success Center serves both students and alumni. Job seekers are offered career management counseling, career advising, resume reviews and mock interviews. The center utilizes the Optimal Resume program and assessments such as the Strong Interest Inventory, StrengthsQuest and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. The center hosts an on-campus career and internship fair, a part-time job and internship fair and finds opportunities for job seekers to attend off-campus job fairs and recruiting events. The center exposed students and alumni to 800 job openings and internships last year through its job boards.

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Our Symphony Orchestra’s Mission is More than Music The Joliet Symphony Orchestra launched its Music on a Mission program, which serves the community through music. In addition to holding toy and food drives at concerts, JSO members perform free concerts at local establishments like the Joliet Public Library or Our Lady of Angels nursing home, and provide musical entertainment for local events like the Cornerstone Services’ annual art show. They also provide music for dinner guests at St. Francis Serves—a USF event where residents from Daybreak Shelter come to campus for dinner and entertainment. As this magazine is being printed, the JSO will be performing a free children's concert with an “instrument petting zoo,” to teach Joliet children about music and the orchestra. In addition to all of this, the JSO hosts annual composition and concerto competitions. The winning composition is performed by the orchestra in winter and concerto winners get to perform with the orchestra in spring. “We definitely try to use our talents to give back to the community,” says Alex Dee, JSO conductor and Music & Performing Arts Department chair.

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We’ve Got a Global Footprint

Saints affordable study abroad

possibly three, overseas locations to

USF has been welcoming more and

opportunities through its consor-

fulfill some of USF’s strategic plan

more international students to

tium and university partners in

goals to “go global.” The Czech

campus each year. Currently, 89 are

Austria, Brazil, China, Costa Rica,

Republic program launched at Brno

studying on campus from 21

England, France, India, Ireland,

University (pictured) in 2015,

countries including Australia,

Italy, Spain and Sweden. Study

and welcomed its sixth cohort this

Austria, Cayman Islands, China,

abroad programs are offered in

year. A partnership agreement has

France, Germany, India, Italy,

English, except for summer language

been signed with the University of

Mongolia, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia,

immersion, and programs are

Finance and Marketing in Ho Chi

Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden,

available for students in every major.

Minh City, Vietnam, and discussions

Switzerland, the Philippines, the

Finally, USF’s College of Business &

have started for a potential program

United Kingdom, Venezuela,

Health Administration is currently

at Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt.

Vietnam and Zambia. USF also offers

offering its MBA in one and soon,

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WE CAN HELP YOU GET YOUR MBA FASTER AND CHEAPER Undergraduate and transfer students can take part in COBHA’s “3 to Degree” program, which allows them to take three graduate courses that would apply credit dually to their undergrad degree and their MBA. Then they can enter the MBA program, starting with four certificate program courses at $399 per credit hour. If they then choose to do so, they can take five more classes to finish up with an MBA or other master's degree. “Total cost would only be $16,600—it’s an amazing deal!” says COBHA’s Jeanne Washburn. But mostly, the benefit for students comes in the form of time. Through this program, an undergrad only needs to stay one additional year with a full-time schedule in order to receive the advanced degree.

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WE’RE MILITARY FRIENDLY The University of St. Francis has made a strong commitment to recruit and serve veterans and has been nationally recognized for its efforts. Since 2000, 135 veterans have graduated from USF. Another 54 veterans, spouses and dependents are currently enrolled in USF’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and their unique perspective as veterans adds to the educational perspective of all students in the classroom. USF provides several military service member programs including discounts and veteran mentor programs for qualifying students. A 15% veteran/military discount program is available to veterans and active military who have exhausted their VA benefits and includes spouses of active duty military personnel not eligible for VA benefits. This discount is also extended to drilling members of the National Guard/Reserves and active duty military personnel and employees of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. For a full list of programs available at the University of St. Francis, please visit stfrancis.edu/veterans. CO NT I NU E D O N T H E NE X T PAG E

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We’re Sweet on Science Our competitive science program incorporates unique research tools in the curriculum, like cadaver dissection by undergraduate anatomy students, and a spider lab and beehive/colony for the enrichment of biology students. However, the LaVerne & Dorothy Brown Science Hall will put USF in a whole new league with learning spaces that meet the unique requirements of science and health education for the 21st century. If you haven’t seen it yet, you must drive past the new science building being constructed at the corner of Wilcox and Douglas Streets or peruse our photos at stfrancis.edu/science-hall/facilities. This beautiful building represents not only the first new construction on our campus in 30 years, but also, progress. The sustainable facility will foster interdisciplinary connections, support research, and showcase science and health. See it in person by attend the opening and dedication on Feb. 8— RSVP to Regina Block at rblock@stfrancis.edu or 815-740-5065.

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WE’RE GUIDED BY FRANCISCAN TRADITIONS AND VALUES Because USF is a Catholic, Franciscan school, we welcome students of all faith traditions to learn with us on campus. USF is a rich community of individuals who care about one another and honor the diversity, dignity and value of each person in the USF family. Our Franciscan identity inspires us to exhibit respect, integrity, service and compassion in all we do, and we feel it’s our mission to prepare students to contribute to the world through service and leadership. After all, 80% of our undergraduates are pursuing majors that represent helping professions like teaching, nursing and counseling. The type of students we attract are those who put others before themselves, which truly exemplifies the Franciscan personality of USF.

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WE’VE GOT WILLKOMMENSKULTUR That’s German for the concept of a welcoming culture! The “Coffee, Tea and Conversations” program, started by the International Programs Office (IPO), helps our international students with best practices in the area of language learning. All international students, particularly those in their first semester and those in USF’s intensive English (ELAP) program, are encouraged to attend regularly. At the weekly gathering, teas from around the world and dark-roasted coffee are served while students get the opportunity to practice their English and observe social interactions between American and international students. “Eventually their confidence grows, and they begin the slow process of socializing in English,” says Dr. Jura Harris of the IPO Office. As the semester progresses, participation decreases, and that’s exactly the desired result. “With our encouragement, students begin to find other groups or clubs to belong to, and begin to make new friends outside their cultural group. We consider this as a natural transition when international students begin to identify as an active member of the University of St. Francis community at large,” said Harris.

in the research workshops, eight students have presented at the international symposium, two students have submitted to an international peer-reviewed journal, and two students have won an Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award. More about the students who recently presented and received awards at this conference can be found on the CAS page in this magazine issue.

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We Nurture Future Teachers’ Hearts through the Chrysalis Retreat The College of Education’s Chrysalis experience is a required weekend retreat for undergraduate students who major in education. Students attend during the fall semester of their third year at the onset of their upper division education courses. Chrysalis is grounded in our Franciscan roots with an emphasis on our relationship with ourselves, others, the Earth, and God. The College of Education aspires to prepare competent and caring educators who truly make a difference. To that end, Chrysalis provides an opportunity for students to affirm their desire to be a teacher, deepen their relationship with themselves and others, practice interpersonal skills that are critical for educators, and explore what makes a teacher truly transformational. Upon returning from the retreat students feel connected to COE faculty and peers and are genuinely inspired to continue their journey to become a professional educator.

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WE’RE PART OF THE INTERCOLLEGIATE BIOMATHEMATICS ALLIANCE Through the Intercollegiate Biomathematics Alliance (IBA), St. Francis students are supported in their studies of mathematics and biology. The IBA provides a free research workshop each year, at which students learn how they can get involved in research projects being conducted by mathematics and biology faculty around the country. The IBA then supports collaborative research, and helps finance student travel to the annual International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education Research. Since joining the IBA in 2016, USF has had 12 students participate

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CO LLEG E O F A RT S & S CI E N CE S

Adam Carston ’14 Explores History of Chicago Nightclubs Adam Carston ’14 was briefly an education

histories, to maintaining social media sites,

student, but eventually found his true home

to conducting research, and to maintaining the

in USF’s history department. His concentration

ever-growing archive.

was modern American history, with a focus

on film and popular culture. Imagine his delight

work through his involvement with USF’s

when he found the perfect job: he’s an

history department.

independent contractor with Happy Medium

Ventures, serving as a project manager

conducted their classes expertly and challenged

and researcher.

the students, while also being supportive.

One of the best things they did was to prepare

The project he’s currently working on

He was well-prepared for this fascinating

“The professors in the department always

revolves around famous Chicago nightclubs

me for the workload of grad school and

that were owned by brothers George and Oscar

educate me in the nuances of the history field.

Marienthal, including Mister Kelly’s, The London

Many of the books assigned in their classes

House and The Happy Medium. The project

were later assigned to me in grad school, and

is being spearheaded by David Marienthal,

having read them in undergrad I felt like I had

George’s son. The goal of the project is to

an advantage.”

or museums dealing with America’s cultural

create an archive and a documentary feature.

history. To current Saints, he recommends,

David Veenstra, who helped him tremendously.

“It is a passion project for both of us,”

Carston’s most influential instructor was Dr.

Adam Carston recently traveled to New York for the project and had the opportunity to interview TV personality and talk show host, Dick Cavett.

“Always be of service…be as available and

said Carston. “We want to publish a book and

Carston took several of Veenstra’s classes

work as hard as you can at any job you

eventually release a documentary with the

at USF and always learned something valuable.

get. Putting in an extra effort is key. Show your

information we have collected. We also plan to

worth and work hard.”

donate the material we collected and our

and advise me whenever needed. He is also

oral histories to a Chicago archive once we are

generous and hard working,” said Carston.

To find out more about the project, visit

done. We really want to preserve this part of

misterkellyschicago.com, or on social media,

Chicago’s cultural history.”

history field with a focus on preserving

search for facebook.com/misterkellyschicago

the cultural and artistic history of America.

twitter.com/Mister_Kellys or instagram.com/

He would love to work on other projects

misterkellyschicago.

A day at work for Carston varies almost

every day. His tasks range from conducing oral

“Dr. Veentra always took his time to help

Carston plans to continue to work in the

MAT H EM AT ICS ST U D E N T S G E T BI O -DY N AMI C Mathematics students presented and received honors at the International Symposium on Biomathematics and Ecology Education Research conference at llinois State University in October. Student presenters included Maria Macias-Bedolla and Yareley Gonzalez (“Modeling in vitro interactions between anthrax spores and alveolar macrophages”), Jeremiah Soto (“Cnemidophorus Sexlineatus and the impacts the environment has on its population at the Braidwood Dunes”), and Chris Bruno (“Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD) Age Structure and Vaccination Modeling”). Bruno won the top Outstanding Undergraduate Research in Biomathematics and Ecology Scholarship and Teaching prize for his research work focusing on Tasmanian devils. The work was recently submitted to the journal Spora. It was co-authored by recent graduate Adjo Tameklo and co-advised by USF’s Dr. Megan Powell and Benedictine University’s Dr. Tim Comar.

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At left: Jeremiah Soto explains his research to an onlooker. At right: Maria Macias-Bedolla and Yareley Gonzalez present their research to a conference audience.


CO LLEG E O F BU S I N E S S & H E A LT H A D M I N I S T R AT ION

Spotlight: Dr. Sibu Saha ’03 We love reconnecting with successful alumni

business administration has been very helpful in my pursuit of

and were glad to find out more about

healthcare management.”

Dr. Sibu Saha, a 2003 graduate of COBHA’s

MBA program. Saha, a cardiothoracic surgeon,

maintain his clinical practice while he obtained his degree. He now has 35

is chief of cardiovascular and thoracic

years of clinical practice in thoracic and cardiovascular surgery under

surgery and director of the cardiothoracic

his belt and doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon, according

surgery residency and fellowship programs

to his impressive synopsis, which includes a multitude of leadership

at University of Kentucky Health Care in

positions, governance roles, academic achievements and awards.

Lexington, Kentucky.

Saha received his medical degree from the

about getting through school and using their degree to the fullest,

Rajshahi Medical College at Rajshahi

Saha had a solid suggestion: practice.

Because the MBA was delivered online, Saha was permitted to

When asked what advice he would offer to current MBA students

University in Bangladesh, then completed a fellowship at the Medical

University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C. He moved swiftly

their choice,” he advised.

through the rigors and ranks of health care, and in 1995, became the

founding director of the heart institute at Central Baptist Hospital

time to serve others. “Community” and “service” (both independently,

in Lexington. That’s when Saha felt he needed some extra guidance.

and together) are hallmarks of the education the University of St. Francis

He had the medical expertise, but now needed to understand how to

provides, and Saha is an alumnus who exemplifies that mission to a T.

manage a business.

He was a founding member of the Bluegrass Indo-American Civic Society,

the University of Kentucky-Fayette County Arboretum, and the First

“When I became the director of the heart institute, I was called to

“I would suggest that MBA students do an internship in the field of Perhaps the most impressive thing about Saha is that he’s able to find

attend many management meetings and felt inadequate while

Security Bank of Lexington. During his journey, he became a presidential

participating in the meetings. The language of the business side of

fellow at University of Kentucky and also established the Saha Foundation

healthcare was quite new to me. This led me to pursue my MBA at

for Cardiovascular Research and Education.

USF,” Saha explained.

nurtures me. There is a joy in giving,” said Saha.

“Since then,” he said, “I have been involved in many executive

“I was taught by my family to give back to the community that

leadership roles at the University of Kentucky. My education in

YO U R P I CK OF INTER NSHIPS COBHA currently has more internships...than students! That’s something really important for students seeking a

the local homeless shelter in order to share their talent with

competitive business degree to know. USF has long believed

the world. In particular, Management students and students

that internships are a key to success and our alumni can tell

studying Transportation and Logistics have access to intern-

you it’s true (see the nearby advice of Dr. Saha). Most of

ships that will prepare them well for the future. For more

COBHA’s programs have some form of experiential learning or

information on obtaining an internship, or if you’re an alum or

service built into the curriculum or daily coursework—whether

friend of USF with internship opportunities within your

it’s visits to well-known companies in Chicago, participation in

company for students, contact Jeanne Washburn, COBHA’s

national competitions, overseas travel or study, or working at

assistant dean, at 815-740-3591 or jwashburn@stfrancis.edu.

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CO LLEG E O F E D U CAT I O N

Doctor of Education Program Represents an Innovative Approach that Yields Success One of the fastest growing programs at USF is

The Dissertation

the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program.

In the second

Since its beginning in January 2012, the Ed.D.

semester of the

program has grown to become one of the

program, candidates

largest programs in the College of Education.

begin working on

their dissertation.

Some of that growth can be attributed to

the supportive approach to the program’s

They are encouraged

dissertation process and servant leadership-

to choose a topic

oriented coursework. More growth came after a

of interest to them

second concentration was developed. The initial

and their employer.

Superintendent concentration was available

The dissertation is

only to school administrators, but in response to

viewed as a highly

interest by individuals outside of the field of

individualized learning

education, the Stewardship, Leadership, and

experience in which the candidate engages in

of this approach to prepare candidates for

Learning concentration was added. It focuses

meaningful research and analyses. Candidates

executive leadership.

on being a good steward of an organization’s

are assigned a faculty dissertation advisor

resources, being a servant leader, and

who mentors them with their dissertation

Spotlight on Servant Leadership

promoting the ongoing learning of employees.

writing on a regular basis for the duration of the

Candidates and alumni have affirmed the

program. In their final semester, candidates will

Franciscan focus on servant leadership

concentration, in addition to school district

publish their dissertations on the online

in coursework, dissertation topics, and by the

administrators, the doctoral program now

ProQuest dissertation database and present

faculty in the program. In addition to a

serves candidates from a variety of fields

them in a formal session.

course specifically focused on how executive

Because of the addition of the second

The College of Education’s first Ed.D. program students, at USF’s 2015 commencement.

leaders can actualize a servant leadership

including health care administration, nursing, community college faculty and administration,

Compelling Coursework

approach in their respective organizations and

aviation management, marketing management,

While the candidates are working on their

school districts, these practices are inherent.

criminal justice, geriatric care administration,

dissertations, they also complete content

The USF core values of respect, integrity, service

construction project management, church

courses that emphasize professional practice

and compassion are vital in all class discussions

leadership, vocational and career administration,

and servant leadership. At the heart of each of

and activities.

and education in PK–12 environments.

these courses are scenarios and case studies which are analyzed and resolved by the

Accreditation

Completion Rate

candidates. “What would you do if you were the

The Ed.D. program is approved by the Higher

According to the Council of Graduate Schools,

superintendent?” “How could this situation

Learning Commission and the Illinois Board

in a study entitled “The Crucial Issue of Doctoral

have been prevented?” “What does the research

of Higher Education. The Superintendent

Non-Completion,” the average completion

say about this?” These are some of the

Endorsement concentration is approved by the

rate for doctoral programs in the social sciences

questions utilized as the candidates analyze

Illinois State Board of Education and the

is 55.9%. USF is proud to report that the

leadership dilemmas. They are then assessed on

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher

completion rate in the Ed.D. program is 88%!

their recommendations and change-oriented

Education Programs (NCATE).

Based on exit surveys and anecdotal data,

plans, which are presented as if being presented

alumni in the program attribute their success

to a board of directors. In addition, a field

For more information on the Ed.D. program

and the high completion rate to the support

experience component puts candidates in

at USF, please contact Dr. Stephen F. Midlock,

provided. A fundamental component of

touch with executive leaders in their respective

professor and program coordinator, at

the program is the belief in and commitment to

fields of employment. Exit survey data and

smidlock@stfrancis.edu.

each candidate’s potential.

anecdotal data from alumni affirm the value

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LEAC H CO L L EG E O F N U RS I N G

Maria Walker, DNP student, opens clinic focused on childhood obesity Maria Walker has been a family nurse

PLAY one day, today it’s just another program out of many that already

practitioner for almost five years and a nurse

exist that are not working. The problem is bigger than a program or the

for over 20 years. She has also been married to

decision to integrate services.

her husband, Eric, for 20 years, and together,

they have four boys. Read on to hear, in Maria’s

In the spring of 2017, I stumbled across a Facebook article about a

words, how career challenges led to personal

nurse practitioner in Nebraska who had just opened her own practice

championships…and entrepreneurship.

following the Direct Primary Care (DPC) model, which I had never heard

“When I started the DNP program at USF,

of before. The DPC model does not accept insurance for office visits.

I began to pray and asked God to show me how to help His people.

one year ago, I had been working in primary care for 3 years and was

It’s affordable, subscription-based, high quality health care. The comments

feeling ‘burn-out.’ There was a repetitive cycle occurring and it was driving

in response to the article were not encouraging, but the cost for the

me crazy! Patients would come in for a behavioral health issue or

subscription was so low that I was drawn to it. I began researching the

obesity—with or without other disease. I would have 20 minutes to get

model and couldn’t stop. I was in awe and reached out to the nurse

the story, offer solutions and refer the patient for counseling or to a

who was featured in the article and she called me. After our conversation,

nutritionist. I believed that was a good place to start.

I knew God was answering my prayers.

Thirty days later at the patient’s follow up visit, there would be

In June of 2017, I filed for the name Hope Wellness Center & Spa, P.C.,

absolutely no progress or the condition was worse. Patients would report

located in Chicago. Hope stands for ‘Helping Our People Every day.’

trying to follow through on referrals but calls were unanswered, available

‘Our’ refers to God’s people, inclusive of all nationalities. ‘Spa’ is more

appointments were three months away or they were told their insurance

about the milieu. Everything began to fall in place quickly. On October 2,

was not accepted. I determined that my burn-out was not related to

I opened my doors to the public.

patients, but related to our health care system.

our health care system. I want my clinic to begin to restore the hope and

During my interview for admission to USF, I talked to Dr. Deena Nardi

I’ve concluded that people have lost hope and any expectation for

about the need to integrate these services under one roof so that services

expectations that people should have regarding quality health care.

could be coordinated to improve patient compliance. In February 2016,

When people walk into Hope Wellness Center & Spa, the soothing and

the idea to open a nurse-led clinic was born.

relaxing environment makes them feel better and I begin to serve in

the capacity that God has placed me.

I began researching and reading about nurse-led clinics and started

following the steps. Initially, the focus was on childhood obesity, and three

other colleagues and I developed an integrated health and fitness program

with Dr. Nardi called ‘Diverse & Social Justice Issues in Global Society.’

that also addresses social issues called ‘PLAY’—Promoting (healthy)

The course was eye opening for me, and the perfect course to experience

Lifestyles for All Youth. I was pursuing opening a clinic with everything

before my grand opening. Dr. Nardi is truly an expert in this field and her

I had in me, but NOTHING was going right. I encountered many barriers

guidance and feedback has helped me gain clarity regarding my purpose

and I was literally going in circles and getting nowhere. I got frustrated

to serve.

and decided to let it go and focus on school. I left primary care and

started working in urgent care.

one of my best decisions. Every single course has significantly enhanced

my knowledge and equipped me with a greater understanding of our

Eventually the idea of owning my own clinic came to life again, but

I am also pursuing a doctorate at USF. This fall, I enrolled in a course

Deciding to attend University of St. Francis for my doctoral studies was

this time it was different. Working in urgent care further proved that our

health care system as I have pursued entrepreneurship. As I embark upon

health care system is broken. Although I believe we will still implement

this amazing journey, serving and caring in an environment where I create the rules, I am proud to say that I have found ‘peace in my passion.’”

LCON A LU M N I AWA RD PRES EN T ED T O LCO N A SSO CIAT E PRO F E S S O R A NN ET T E M AT T E A ‘ 1 3

Annette Mattea, a 2013 graduate of LCON’s DNP program and current LCON associate professor, was recognized in USF’s annual Distingushed Alumni Awards program for her outstanding professional and personal successes and involvement in civic, cultural or charitable activities.

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THE F I G HT I N G S A I N T S

Fighting Saints Roundup The USF cross country men’s and women’s

The St. Francis women’s bowling team

Leah Alles, Lexus Jackson and Joshua

teams (pictured below) swept the Chicagoland

started off its fifth season by winning the

Yeaman highlighted 34 all-conference

Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships

Columbia 300 Storm Western Shootout for the

selections across USF’s fall sports. Alles was

for the second year in a row and landed 10

third consecutive year. USF’s Nicole Troha

named the CCAC Libero of the Year for the

total all-conference runners. The men’s title was

and Abby Ragsdale were the top two individual

second year in a row, while Jackson took

the team’s fourth in a row and seventh in the

finishers at the event.

home Mid-States Football Association Midwest League Offensive Player of the Year honors.

last eight years, while the women’s program has claimed three of the last four crowns. The men’s

The USF women’s basketball team garnered a

Yeaman was honored as the CCAC’s Freshman

team also posted its sixth-straight top-ten

top-five national ranking in the NAIA preseason

of the Year.

finish at the NAIA National Championships,

poll for the second consecutive season. The

while the women placed 23rd in the nation.

Saints’ first win under new head coach Steve Brooks was a 71–60 victory over top-ranked

Head cross country coach Jeff Barker was

and defending NAIA II national champion Marian

named the men’s and women’s coach of the

University (Indiana).

year at both the conference and regional levels. Leah Alles and Lexus Jackson both set

Leah Alles

Lexus Jackson

Joshua Yeaman

The USF men’s soccer team enjoyed its most

USF career records this fall. Alles became the

successful season in recent memory.

volleyball program’s all-time leader in digs,

The Saints won seven conference games and

finishing her outstanding career with 2,569.

Former USF basketball All-American Ilya

advanced to the CCAC Tournament semifinal

On the gridiron, Jackson became the Saints’

Ilyayev signed a professional contract to play for

round for the first time in school history.

first 2,000-yard receiver, while also catching a

the Hapoel Ramat Gan Givataim basketball team

USF earned five all-conference selections from

program-best 22 touchdown receptions

in Romat Gan, Israel, this winter.

the CCAC.

during his career.

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US F ATHLE TI CS WELCO M ES WHI TE S OX ’ S A. J. PIER Z YNSK I AT B ROWN & GOL D 2017

A.J. Pierzynski was the guest speaker at the 41st annual Brown & Gold Night. Over 600 people came to the Sullivan Center to support USF athletics and meet the catcher from the 2005 World Series Champion Chicago White Sox. The event was emceed by local radio personality and friend of USF, Scott Slocum, from 1340 WJOL.

As the catcher for all 12 postseason

games in 2005, Pierzynski played a key role in the White Sox’s magical 11–1 postseason run. He drove in nine runs and hit three home runs in the playoffs, while catching a pitching staff Far above: Womens’ basketball coach, Steve Brooks, guides his players. Above left: Lexus Jackson and Ray Vallot celebrate success on the field. Above right, top: The women’s bowling team. Above right, bottom: Soccer player Steven Campbell.

that allowed less than three runs per game. He was a career .280 hitter with 188 home runs, 407 doubles and 909 runs batted in over 2,000 career games. Eight of his 19 seasons in the major leagues came with the White Sox.

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STAYIN G CO NNEC TED A LU MN I N E W S

ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS President

Keith Schomig ’13, ’17 President-Elect

Alumni Spotlight: Wilhelmine Vidmar ’68

Caroline Portlock ’02, ’04 Past President

Shawn Walsh ’00, ’15 Vice President for Constitution

Wilhelmine “Willie”

(McCarley) Vidmar ‘68

mater. Her love for St. Francis runs deep. She worked

is well-known at USF.

the USF switchboard over the summer then worked

If people don’t know

briefly as an admissions counselor after graduating.

her personally, they

She joined the alumni board in 1973 and has remained

Karen Ciarlette ’94, ’97

most certainly know

involved ever since. She feels very lucky to be part of

Vice President for Young Alumni &

her by name—not only

the St. Francis community.

Willie couldn’t be prouder of her family or her alma

because of her

long-time involvement

I almost didn’t make it there—I wanted to go away

“I’ve considered the university to be like a family.

Jason Whiteside, J.D., ’00 Vice President for Programs

Erika Martinez ’11, ’15 Vice President for Scholarships

Student Engagement

Candice Quinerly ’10 Secretary

Wihelmine Vidmar ’68

with the Alumni Association Board, but also because

for school, but my circumstances changed and

Sisters of St. Francis Representative

she’s part of strong legacy of family members who

I ended up at St. Francis. I always say that St. Francis

Sr. Lois Prebil, OSF ’61

have attended the College of St. Francis or University

chose me—it wasn’t the other way around. St. Francis

Alumni & Family Relations Office

of St. Francis. Willie can recall at least seven (and

accepted me into the family. I’ve been involved

hopefully soon eight) family members who have

for a long time and have been through umpteen

graduated from USF.

presidents and staff members and am always proud of

what’s going on there,” she said.

Willie’s aunt, Geraldine (Griffin) Hammel, obtained

Student Representative(s)

Skyler Kern Ava O’Connor

her B.A. in English from CSF in 1934, followed by

Willie’s mother, Wilhelmine Hammel, who graduated in

Joliet Junior College and has her own business as a

1936 with a degree in Chemistry. Willie then

bridal seamstress.

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS

obtained her B.A. in Biology (with a minor in secondary

Matthew Bisek ’10

education) in 1968—the same year another of her

to “pass on” the USF tradition. The Alumni & Family

aunts, Genevieve (Hammel) Harms, graduated with a

Relations Office offers a University of St. Francis

teaching degree as an adult student. Willie’s sister,

Alumni Legacy Scholarship, awarded specifically to

Maureen McCarley graduated soon after in 1971 with a

sons/daughters, husbands/wives, brothers/sisters

B.A. in Sociology, and Genevieve’s son (Willie’s cousin)

or grandchildren of alumni. Applicants must be current

Jerome Harms graduated from the Nursing program

students with no prior degree(s) earned from the

in 1972.

University of St. Francis. Are you an alum, and if so, is

there someone in your family who might consider

Linda M. Kilroy ’72

and studied communications. She graduated in

attending USF? For more information about the

Eric Lawhead ’07

1991. Now HER daughter (Willie’s granddaughter, who

Legacy Scholarship, contact the Alumni & Family

Frances H. Naal ’58

is ALSO named Wilhelmine but goes by “Maggie!”)

Relations Office at 877-811-ALUM or visit stfrancis.

Jan Novotny ’67

is considering colleges and recently visited—and

edu/alumni/legacy-scholarship.

L. Scott Pekol ’99

Willie’s daughter, also Wilhelmine Vidmar, attended

Willie currently serves as an adjunct instructor at

Administrator(s)

Aubrey Knight ’04, ’07, Director Ashleigh Dillon ’13, ’15, Assistant Director

Families like Willie’s have a unique opportunity

liked—USF. Fingers crossed!

Patricia Bracken ’73, ’86, ’94 Judith M. Bulat ’72 Danielle Ciechanski ’08 Sharon Dewart ’78 Elmer F. Eddy ’80 Jacqueline A. Edmonson ’63, ’88, ’94 Laura Eggert ’09, ’13 H. Richard Hagen, J.D., ’90

Alan Randolph ’07 Corey Richardson ’09

C AREER N ET WO RKI N G A N D E T I Q U E T T E DI N N E R: F E B RUARY 2 2 Join the Alumni & Family Relations

to increase your professional

Agenda

Office as they host this excellent

network. In addition, compli-

5 p.m. Headshots • 6 p.m. Dinner

networking opportunity for alumni

mentary, professional head shots

and students. Each course during

will be taken for those interested.

dinner will be spent with different

Limited tickets are available, so be

people, providing opportunities

sure to register soon.

Where? San Damiano Hall (3rd Floor of

Susan Rogina ’94, ’99 Anne-Christine (Tompkins) Day ’13, ’14

STAY IN TOUCH

Send news and class notes to alumni@stfrancis.edu or call 877-811-ALUM.

the Motherhouse) To read about what other alumni and old friends have been doing, visit stfrancis.edu/alumni/success-stories.

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G IVIN G BAC K DO NO R NEWS

FA I T H, M I S S I O N & D I V E RS IT Y

Endowed Scholarship Created in Memory of Patricia Getson

Sts. Francis & Clare Week Celebrated in October for Feast of St. Francis

The spirit and legacy of long-time University of St. Francis (USF) employee,

lots of reasons to celebrate our patrons!

Athletics Department for 35 years. “Pat served the university with respect, integrity and unbelievable compassion,” remarked Athletic Director Dave Laketa. Getson was a kind, generous co-worker, according to Laketa, and she

most enjoyed interacting with the students she encountered daily. The Bellahs felt it was important to create a scholarship in Getson’s memory because of the impact she had on their lives as undergraduates and several years later as alumni. “Pat’s passion and genuine love for the school and all the students

that attended, along with her constant smile and heartfelt enthusiasm, was something that made us feel a true part of the St. Francis family,” recalled Bill Bellah. The Patricia Getson Endowed Scholarship will be awarded yearly

to two junior students who have a financial need and demonstrate a strong commitment to the university and the community it serves. They will also be students who live the Franciscan mission on a daily basis, just like Pat did.

DAY O F G IVIN G RE S U LT S On Oct. 13, 241 donors passed on their blessings by participating in USF’s 2017 Day of Giving. In a show of gratitude for the opportunities they’ve experienced at USF, donor contributions totaled $27,061. The University of St. Francis is thankful for not only the gifts, but also for the fun—Day of Giving has become a great way for alumni and friends of all ages to come together in camaraderie and support of University of St. Francis students. To make a donation to the Francis Fund, call the Institutional Advancement Office at 815-740-4287.

of St. Clare, a pet blessing, an apple giveaway,

an endowed scholarship created in her

dedicated, joyful employee in the USF

service day, a gathering at St. Clare Campus in honor and much more gave students and employees

(Banks ’83) Bellah. Getson was a

Clare Week, held during the week of Feast of St. Francis (Oct. 4). A campus

Patricia Getson, will live on through memory by William “Bill” ’82 and Trish

Several activities were planned on campus to celebrate USF's Sts. Francis &


2 0 1 6 –2017 A NNUA L DONO R S This report reflects gifts received between June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017 Every attempt was made to ensure the accuracy of this listing. If there is an error or omission, please contact USF’s Office of Institutional Advancement at 815-740-5065.

T HA NK YOU FO R YO UR GENE RO US S UPPO RT!


Founders Circle $50,000 & ABOVE Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bellah ’82 (Patricia Banks ’83) Mr. and Mrs. William C. Benoit (Margaret Kennedy ’69) Mr.* and Mrs. LaVerne S. Brown Department of Health and Human Services Virginia J. Saxon Scholarship Fund Wadsworth Golf Construction Company Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wheeler (Patricia S. Sexton ’67)

Presidents Circle $25,000–$49,000 Arthur J. Schmitt Foundation Associated Colleges Mr. and Mrs. Terrence O. D’Arcy Mr. and Mrs. Cyril W. Habiger (Diane Felbinger ’77) Mr. and Mrs. James Hathaway Dr. and Mrs. Arvid C. Johnson Leach Nursing Scholarship Trust Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Mallof Midland States Bank Mr. James R. Sefcik, Jr. Ms. Cecilia A. Trizna-Vargo ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Vana

Francis & Clare Circle $10,000–$24,999 Mr. and Mrs. George R. Block ’79 Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Buchanan ’89 (Karen M. Hammond ’89) Carlson Brothers, Inc. Mr. Robert Carr Mr. and Mrs. Norman Codo (Charlotte ’74) Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Dollinger Ductilcrete Slab Systems, LLC ECON Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. Holdman ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome G. Kenney (Dolores Torres ’56) Kurtz Ambulance Service, Inc. Ms. Rosemary A. Lux ’52 Mrs. Carolyn (Tomecek) Murphy ’65 Old Plank Trail Community Bank Sisters of St. Francis of Mary Immaculate Dr. Billie P. Terrell ’77 Wintrust Commercial Banking

Assisian Circle $5,000–$9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Arellano Barnes & Noble at St. Francis Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Bergman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Brennan ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cawley Ms. Hillary Cerbin D’Arcy Automobiles David Nelson Exquisite Jewelry, Inc. Fifth Third Bank Mr. Joseph M. Gaul ’16 Mr. Steven Hernandez & Mrs. Marisel Ayabarreno Hernandez Hollywood Casino Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knapczyk Mr. Dave Laketa ’90 Liberty Mutual Mr. and Mrs. John T. Manner Mr. William Manner Ms. Charlotte Marks Dr. Cheryl and Mr. Kevin McCarthy (Cheryl ’86) Mickey’s Tire & Service, Inc. Rich Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Steven T. Rosen (Candice Polovina ’88) Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ruth ’82 Ms. Cheryl A. (Schroeder) Stepney ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Turk Mr. Duane R. Walker (MaryAnne Krawchuck* ’70) Dr. Phyllis M. Wilson Colleen A. Wyse ’75 & Stephen Klasko, M.D.

Brown & Gold Circle $1,000–$4,999 Adler Roofing & Sheet Metal, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Andrejasich (Carol Slana ’59) Archer Highland Post No. 698 ~The American Legion Mr. Mark Bass & Ms. Tracy Kontos Mrs. Arlene Benigni Berman Capital Management & Research Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Beutel (Denise Clemens ’85, ’96) Mr. Michael Bily & Ms. Christy Ford Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bily Ms. Mary Kay (Softcheck) Blake ’70 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Boeing BP Foundation Dr. Gina M. Brandolino ’94 Mrs. Holly (Ogle) Brennan ’90 Mr. Gene Briscoe Dr. and Mrs. William R. Bromer The Honorable and Mrs. Robert P. Brumund Ms. Judith M. Bulat ’72 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Burich

Dr. Patricia F. (Forsythe) Campbell ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Carlson Mr. Robb Carlson CBIZ Benefits & Insurance Services of Illinois Cereus Graphics, Inc. Mr. Richard L. Chavez Mrs. Virginia L. (Koehl) Cheek* ’41 Chicago Trading Company Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Connor (Josephine Giacchino ’56) Mr. and Mrs. Terrance L. Cottrell ’99, ’03 (Michelle ’09, ’10) Dr. and Mrs. Leslie Cox (Mary Lagger ’73) Mrs. Marcy A. (Moloney) Cromley ’68 Mr. and Mrs. Scott S. Crowther Cryer & Olsen Mechanical, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Cunnea Mr.* and Mrs. John W. D’Arcy (Jeanette O’Donnell ’49) Mr. and Mrs. James J. Darguzis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. DeMint (Judith Pavell ’60) Dr. and Mrs. James A. Doppke, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Duerinck (Patricia Bird ’52) Enterprise Holdings Foundation Excel Electric, Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation Exxonmobil Oil Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fedo ’80 (Georgene Policandriotes ’74, ’80, ’85) Mr. Thomas Fenoglio First Community Bank First Midwest Bank Mr. Jason D. Fiske ’09, ’10 Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart Mr. and Mrs. John J. Futterer Mr. & Mrs. Michael Gard Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Grabavoy (Marisue Cordano ’83) Mr.* and Mrs. Harold P. Graham (Patricia A. Liker ’64) Grand Appliance & TV Mr. and Mrs. Shane E. Green ’97 (Kerri Rochowicz ’97) Dr. Barbara Greenham-Conway ’53, ’74 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hamilton ’89, ’07 (Tracy Gilliam ’00) Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hansen (Beth Shankland ’73) Harrah’s Joliet Casino Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Craig R. Herkert ’81 Mr. Jack R. Hermanski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Herrmann (Patricia D. Jensen ’53) Mr. and Mrs. Max Hershbarger (Elaine T. Kick ’67)

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IBM Corporation Ms. Kathryn Imler Sr. Mary Elizabeth Imler, O.S.F. Insuresoft LLC Interstate Batteries of Southwest Chicago Dr. Maria Jevitz Patterson ’66 Johansen & Anderson, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Johnson Joliet Park District Joliet Slammers Joliet Township Government Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Juster (Mary Lou Lechowich ’66) Mr. Michael J. Kalata ’87 Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kase Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kender (Carol A. Vischak ’67) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Kenny ’81 Kavanagh, Grumley, & Gorbold, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Wayne G. Klasing (Barbara Franey ’64) Mr. Andrew Klemen Dr. Richard J. Kloser Dr. and Mrs. Mukund Komanduri Ms. Jean Konrad Mrs. Joan Kozar KSKJ Life, American Slovenian Catholic Union Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Laken (Elizabeth Briick ’84) Dr. and Mrs. Michael V. LaRocco (Kathleen ’81, ’96) Mr. and Mrs. George Lehman (Carol (Pubentz) Sterr-Lehman ’56) Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Leone, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Leracz (Bernice Borek ’62) Mrs. Billie Limacher Dr. Rosemary Lucas ’49 Mrs. Tawnya R. (Christensen) Mack ’99 Major League Alumni Marketing, Inc. Mrs. Marie L. (Semling) Malm ’46 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Manley (Marianne E. Busse ’57) Martin Whalen Office Solutions, Inc. Mrs. Mary Jane (Russell) McAndrew ’50 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. McCafferty (Carol Ann Ardaugh ’65) Mrs. Kathleen H. (Baye) McCrohan ’71 Mr. Vincent K. McGirr Dr. Terrance P. McGuire and Ms. Kathleen J. McGowan Ms. Claretta F. Meier ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Miles Mrs. Magdalyn (Woolfe) Miller ’61 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Missig Ms. Sopheap L. Mitchell ’06

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Dr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Morrissette ’83, ’86 (Maureen Briscoe ’84, ’96) Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson NuMark Credit Union Dr. and Mrs. John C. Orr (Madonna Plese ’56) P&G P.F.C. Ted Stempien Post 8821 Dr. and Mrs. Frank H. Pascoe Mr. and Mrs. John H. Peifer (Margaret Connor ’61) Pepsi-Cola Ms. Virginia C. (Cronin) Pitts ’54 PNC Bank Presence Health Prime Time Marketing Mr. and Mrs. Marvin F. Rakers (Anita Heimann ’63) Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Randich ’79 (Ann Reedy ’80) Ms. Jane V. Rapson Mr. Michael F. Rittof Mrs. Mary F. (Rodriguez) Roa ’59 Rockdale Automotive Mrs. Annette M. Roemer ’15 S&J Door, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Schager (Jodi C. Zier ’96, ’02) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Scheuber ’95 (Kathleen ’80, ’87) Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schomig ’13, ’17 Mr. and Mrs. David D. Scott (Diane M. Kiefner ’80) Sentinus, LLC Dr. Patricia L. Shelvy ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Paramjit S. Sidhu Silver Cross Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Slade Mr. Damon M. Sloan and Ms. Ana Rossetti Miss Elaine T. Smith Sodexo, Inc. & Affiliates Ms. Barbara A. Speiser ’60 Mrs. Loretta J. (Wiesbrook) Spesia ’65 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Spreitzer ’06 Ms. Susan K. (Scarcelli) Spurgeon ’78 Mr. Robert D. Stanek ’94 Dr. Pamela K. Steinke Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Stephen Mr. and Mrs. George Lehman (Carol (Pubentz) Sterr-Lehman ’56) Mr. and Mrs. Dan L. Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Sullivan Ms. Kathleen P. Sullivan ’95 Mrs. Chieh K. Tan ’00 Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Tarizzo The Flooring Guys The Voyager Group, Ltd. Tim Wallace Landscape Supply Company, Inc.

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Mr. Rodney A. Tonelli Ms. Joanna Toppett Turk Furniture Mrs. Karen A. (Reilly) Udell ’73 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Vidmar (Wilhelmine McCarley ’68) Dr. Michael J. Vinciguerra Mr. and Mrs. George R. Vogrin (Shelby J. Brown ’60) Mr. and Mrs. Shawn T. Walsh ’00 (Amy ’03) Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Eric Washburn (Jeanne ’99, ’01) Mrs. Roniece Weaver ’89 Webb Boys Leasing Corp. Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Weiss (Margaret R. Rozman ’61) Mrs. Margaret (Rozman) Weiss ’61 Mr. Grant R. Whybark ’12, ’13 Mrs. Suzanne Wright Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wyrostek Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Zordan

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A Mr. Frederick A. Aalbue Major John Aaron, Jr. (Ret.) ’80 Mr. Michael L. Abegg Abri Credit Union Ms. Kristina Acamovic ’16 Ace Graphics, Inc. Ms. Julia C. Adamic ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Adler ’80 AGL Resources Ms. Savannah Agnich ’17 Ms. Linda S. Aguilar Ms. Vanessa Aguilar ’07, ’08 Mrs. Janice A. Aimaro ’78 Mrs. Elaine B. Alberts ’90 Mrs. Marie C. (Ering) Albrecht ’59 Mr. James J. Albritton ’80 Ms. Tiffany Alexander ’17 Mrs. Joyce C. Allan ’93 Mrs. Dianne L. (Rastello) Allen ’66 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Allen (Patricia Judnich ’64) Dr. and Mrs. Mark Alles Ms. Karina Alonso ’17 Mr. Phillip W. Alonzo ’10 Mrs. Helen I. (Hogan) Anderson ’61 Ms. Mary K. (Bentley) Anderson ’02, ’04 Mrs. Timika S. Anderson-Reeves ’02 Mary Ann Andrade-Bekker, Psy.D. ’07 Mrs. Angela A. (DeSandre) Andreshak ’57 Mrs. Ruth B. Antony ’05

Ms. Jekzaly Arellano ’17 Armature Motor & Pump Co., Inc Mr. Joseph C. Armenise Ms. Anna Armenise ’17 Mr. Walter J. Arnhold ’74 Ms. Amanda Arrowsmith ’17 Mrs. Sharon L. (Coonan) Asher ’70 Mrs. Barbara J. Ashton ’03, ’06 Ms. Kimberly A. Askew ’13 Associated Insurance Plans International, Inc. Mrs. Shannon M. Atsinger ’12, ’17 Mrs. Darice E. (Avakian) Augustson ’74 Aurelius Golf Mr. Marcos Ayala ’17

B Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Babcock ’93 Baby Back Blues Dr. Debra A. Bacharz Mr. Brian G. Badke ’96 Ms. Maristella Baietti ’79 Ms. Christine Bailey Mr. Kyle Bailey ’17 Mrs. D. Anne (Sonnefield) Bailie ’64 Mrs. Dollie A. (Badovinich) Bajusz ’54 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Baker ’90 Mrs. Alice Balandis Mrs. Luise A. (Meier) Baldin ’58 Ms. June M. Baldini ’88 Ms. Grace Ball Ms. Melissa T. (Ballak) Ballak-Moe ’09 Ms. Debra Ballard Mr. Joseph M. Ballestero II ’17 Bank of America Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bannon (Charlene Elens ’80) Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bannon ’83 (Mary P. Bannon ’08) Ms. Emalita R. Bantista ’14 Mrs. Marilyn J. (Majorowski) Baran ’71 Ms. Maryann H. Baran ’02 Mrs. Jo Ann (McDonald) Barber ’52 Mr. Jeffery P. Barker Barolo Ristorante Ms. Denise Barrios ’17 Ms. Morayma Barron Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Barsz Mr. Scott Bartels ’16 Ms. Christine L. Bartz BASF Corporation Mrs. Geraldine (Knowles) Baskerville ’54 Ms. Ruthann Baskerville ’63 Bass Insurance Agency Mrs. Anna Marie (Di Monte) Bates ’59 Ms. Stephenie Batista ’17 Mrs. Dorothy (Pulo) Batka ’58 Mr. Michael R. Battaglia ’99 Mr. Christopher C. Batus ’91

Mrs. Pamela M. (McGuire) Bauman ’83 Mr. Adam Baur ’17 Mrs. Natalie M. Bayci Mr. Kenneth J. Bazarnik ’78 Mr. Kent A. Beaudry ’97 Ms. Alicia D. Bechtel ’08 Dr. Janet L. Seper ’87 & Dr. Charles Beckenstein Ms. Virginia L. Beckner-Rush ’90 Ms. Loryl Bedinger ’16 Mrs. Doreen K. Begley ’92, ’99, ’17 Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Behling Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bekker (Mary Ann Andrade-Bekker ’07) Mrs. Susan G. Belinski ’03, ’05 Ms. Ann Bell Mrs. Lois G. (Oelhafen) Bence ’78 Ms. Virginia M. Bender ’87 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benedick Ms. Amanda M. Bennett ’16, ’17 Bentley Systems, Incorporated Mrs. June M. Benton ’82 Ms. Nicole Berard ’17 Mr. Richard Bergeson Mrs. Carol J. (Link) Bergin ’63 Mr. Charles Berkley Mrs. Mary A. (Kaffer) Bernickus ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Don Bersano Mr. George W. Beverly, Jr. ’84 Mrs. Mary M. Beyne ’93 Mrs. Dolores Biagi-Ellison ’80 Mrs. Marcia A. (Burchardt) Bianco ’64 Ms. Veronica Bibian ’99 Ms. Joan C. Billing ’82 Ms. Eloise Billups ’05, ’08 Mr. and Mrs. Brett J. Binkowski ’94 (Shawna Batus ’94) Mrs. Marianne (Legan) Birgersson ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew M. Bisek ’10 (Michelle Gearhart ’10) Ms. Elizabeth A. (Bill) Bispo ’76 Mr. George R. Black Blackburn-Giegerich-Sonntag Funeral Home, Ltd. Ms. Aisha Blackwell ’17 Ms. Rebecca Blankenship ’17 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Blaser Mrs. Eileen (Brennan) Blasing ’73 Mr. Michael J. Blaszczyk ’14 Mrs. Carol L. Blaszczyk Mr. and Mrs. John A. Blatti, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Blatti (Patricia L. Lee ’84) Mrs. Shirley A. Blickensderfer ’83 Mr. Erik R. Blomstedt Blue Sky Marketing Group Mr. Jason P. Blust ’98 BNSF Railway Foundation Bobby’s Tap


Dr. Mary Ann (Meyer) Bobosky ’64 Mrs. Frances J. (Dornik) Boese ’62 Mr. Marc Boetto Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Boetto (Melanie Madarik ’00) Mrs. Ellen Bogner ’94 Mrs. Barbara L. (Berardi) Bohn ’62 Mrs. Eleanore C. (Kijowski) Bolanowski ’48 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boley (Paula Sosnoski ’73) Mrs. Mary C. (Alexy) Bonadio ’96 Mr. Michael J. Bone ’92 Mrs. Wanda S. (Pierce) Bonney ’72 Mrs. Rosaline A. (Rudolphi) Boone ’64 Mr. Henry E. Boraks ’05 Ms. Ashton Borden ’15, ’17 Ms. DeAnna K. (Kelly) Borracci ’94, ’04 Mrs. Diane M. (Chwierut) Borucki ’63 Ms. Kathy Boseo Mr. Michael R. Boyna ’78 Mr. & Mrs. Justin J. Boyter ’04, ’15 (Lisa A. Boyter ’15) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Bozen, Jr. ’97 (Victoria ’96) Ms. Kennedy Braasch ’17 Ms. Patricia L. Bracken ’73, ’86, ’94 Mr. Phillip Bradley II ’17 Mrs. Janet E. (Green) Bradley ’80 Mrs. Carol L. (White) Brady ’62 Braintree, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Saul Brass Mr. Kevlin B. Braun ’01 Ms. Christina Bravo ’17 Mr. Calvin Brayboy Jr. ’17 Mrs. Mary Ann (Kull) Brecht ’71 Mrs. Marlene M. (Stepaniak) Bremmer ’59 Mrs. Geri A. Brent Mrs. Georgia L. Brinkmeier ’88 Mrs. Karen (Ancel) Briscoe ’73, ’95 Mrs. Patricia (Berry) Brixie ’55 Mrs. Margaret P. (Kent) Broach ’79 Dr. Virginia M. Brouch ’61 Mrs. Doris (Lewis) Brown ’50 Mrs. Renee M. (Bahovec) Brown ’66 Ms. Allison L. (Wood) Brown ’05 Ms. Marilyn A. Brown Dr. Shannon Brown Brown & Brown of Northern Illinois, Inc. Mrs. Deborah J. (Surinak) Brozman ’74 Mrs. Michelle P. (Petrelli) Bruggeman ’87 Mrs. Kathryn A. (Mistrik) Bryan ’84 Mrs. Lillian J. (Doleshek) Buckley ’72 Mrs. Susan M. Buckley ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sheinberg Mrs. Darlene F. (Grybash) Bull ’78 Mrs. Elyssa A. Bulthuis ’05 Mrs. Margaret (Sanderell) Bump ’62

Mrs. Diana L. Bunten ’94 Mr. Colton Burdette ’17 Mrs. Frances R. Burkey ’89 Ms. Lauren N. Burkhart ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Burla (Andrea Fenoglio ’62) Mrs. Margaret A. (Owing) Burnett ’68 Ms. Kalila Burnett ’17 Ms. Phyllis M. Burrell ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burt (Marie A. Goeller ’70) Mr. Kyle Burton ’17 Ms. Cheryl A. Bush ’11 Mrs. Bernadine (Arseneau) Buswell ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Butkus Mr. and Mrs. Jon P. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Butterbach ’05, ’07 (Kellie J. Clegg ’98) Ms. Stella Butuso ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Bradley F. Buza ’98 (Heidi E. Jones ’97) Ms. Jeanne M. Buzinski ’78

C C.R. Leonard Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Ms. Joyce Cabay ’91 Ms. Ashley Cady ’16 Mr. and Mrs. David Cady Friar Johnpaul Cafiero, O.S.M Ms. Julia Caithamer ’17 Ms. Sheila Caliban Dr. Christine R. Call Mrs. Ashley Callister ’14 Ms. Jeanine C. Calogero Ms. Nancy Calumet ’77 Mrs. Jessie M. (Bodine) Cambic ’72 Campbell Commerical Photography, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Arturo F. Campos ’06 (Christine M. Campos ’92, ’17) Mr. Randall Canale ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cannata (Julie A. Schmidt ’68) Mr. George W. Capps Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Carbery (Corinne Carbery ’97) Ms. Paula J. Cardosi ’60 Mrs. Margaret R. (Murphy) Carey ’56 Mr. William Carlson Carnagio Enterprises, Inc.~ McDonald’s Mr. and Mrs. Alec Carr Ms. Alexandra Carr ’17 Ms. Janet I. Carr ’68 Mrs. Mary Jo (Talarico) Carroll ’77 Mrs. Mary M. Carroll ’98 Mrs. Phyllis E. Carroll Ms. Kelly Carroll ’17 Mr. Brandon Carson ’17

Ms. Michelle Carson Mr. Tom Carstens Mrs. Ashley S. Carter ’09 Dr. Marcia J. Carter Cartland Kraus Engineering, LTD Mr. Patrick W. Casey ’86 Ms. Kristen A. Castelloni ’96 Ms. Miranda Castro ’17 Caterpillar Foundation Cathedral Area Preservation Association Catholic Holy Family Society Ms. Gianna Cavallo ’17 Mrs. Sylvia R. (Bernacki) Cavanaugh ’57 CDW Cemeno’s Pizza Ms. Carol L. (Janke) Cenar ’60 Central Valley Studios Champion Drywall, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Chapman ’89 (Mary P. Boltz ’89) Mrs. Lisa A. Chapman ’05 Ms. Tracy S. Chapman ’03 Mrs. Helen H. (Hubbell) Chase ’71 Mr. Jeffrey A. Chiapello ’10 Chicago Bears Dr. Kyung-Mee Choi Choice Clinical Services Ms. Jill E. Cholipski ’12 Mrs. Diane Chonacki-Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Chovanec ’93 (Marissa Franzen ’95) Mrs. Marlene N. (Moran) Christ ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Christensen Mr. Anthony Christos Mrs. Marcia M. (Nosal) Chrzanowski ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Ciarlette (Karen L. Christianson ’94, ’97) Ms. Danielle I. (Martin) Ciechanski ’08 Ms. Nancy Ciesla Mr. Pietro Cimino ’17 Mrs. Eleni A. Cimino ’15 Ms. Patricia A. Cipriani ’54 Mr. Patrick Cislak ’17 Citrix Ms. Laura Munoz ’16 and Ms. Princess S. Clemente ’14, ’16 Mr. Jarred Clements ’17 Ms. Kathleen M. Clemons Mr. Donte Cobb ’17 Ms. Margaret J. Cockbill ’62 Ms. Karissa Cockburn ’17 Ms. Alyssa N. Cogdal ’14 Mrs. Shirley E. (Eich) Colaric ’53 Mr. Joshua Coleman Mrs. Joan (Schalla) Coleman ’61 Mr. Jason Coleman College of Business Collegis Education Colley Elevator

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Ms. Haley L. Collins ’17 Ms. Katie Collins Mrs. Nancy J. Colombo O’Donnell ’70 Comcast Business Comedy Sportz Chicago Committee to Elect Lawrence Walsh Community Chiropractic Center Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Condon Mrs. Victoria A. Condon ’15, ’17 Ms. Jane Condon Ms. Danielle Conrad ’17 Ms. Jessica L. Conte ’13 Mr. Robert C. Coolidge ’96 Mrs. Carol M. Coolidge ’78 Mrs. Mary Kay (Bourrie) Cooper ’70 Ms. Gwendolyn Copeland ’71, ’98, ’01 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Corcoran Ms. Paige Cordrey ’17 Ms. Cassandra Cornstubble ’17 Ms. Frances (Trainor) Corrigan ’51 Mrs. Beth A. Corsetti ’13 Dr. Joseph N. Costa ’94 Mr. Michael C. Costello Mr. Cadet W. Cottingham Mr. Brandon N. Cotton ’14, ’16 Mr. Michael L. Coughlin ’02 Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Covelli (Bonnie ’09) Mr. Jacob Crabb Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Craig (J. Robin Nevin ’70) Ms. Julie A. Cramer ’72 Mrs. Marianne (Bruss) Crane ’55 Mrs. Shirley A. Crawford ’88 Ms. Magdalena Creckman Ms. Keirston Creek ’16 Ms. Loretta H. Creely ’55 Crest Rent A Car Mrs. Ann M. (Agazzi) Crickman ’01, ’03 Crowther Roofing and Sheet Metal Mrs. JoAnn Cryder Mrs. Patricia M. Culloton ’91 Mr. Mitchell Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. James H. Curran (Mary A. Todd ’67) Ms. Marvine Currie ’17 Ms. Cara Currier Mr. Michael J. Curry Ms. Megan Curry Mr. Michael Cusick ’17 Mr. Nicholas Cutro Ms. Anne (Wolf) Cvrkel ’62 Mrs. Nancy G. Cwik ’91 Mr. Craig R. Czerkies

D D&D Foods D&R Partners LLC Mrs. Donna M. (Dunn) Daly ’62

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Mrs. Elizabeth W. Danielczyk ’99 Ms. Lori A. Davidson ’09 Dr. Elizabeth W. Davies Mrs. Cathy (Andrews) Davies ’72 Mr. Shawn C. Davis ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon T. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Davis Mrs. Audrey R. Davis ’10, ’17 Mrs. Julie A. Davis ’03 Ms. Denise (Martincich) Davis ’82 Mrs. Marilyn A. (Lucas) Dawson ’72 Dr. Elva M. Dawson Mrs. Alma T. De La Rosa ’14, ’16 Mrs. Clare L. (Greenwood) Deardorff ’58 Mr. Walter Dearie ’74 Mrs. Carol Ann (Archibald) Deck ’55 Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Decman Fr. Terry A. Deffenbaugh, O.S.A. Mr. Jeff DeGraw Mr. Matthew DeGraw ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. DeLacy Ms. Margaret A. DeLany ’68 Mr. and Mrs. J. Anthony Delgado Mr. and Mrs. John Dellorto Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Delrose Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. DeMario Mrs. Barbara P. Denman ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Desiderio Mr. Darren R. Desmarais ’17 Ms. Rosemarie Devine Mrs. Patricia T. Devron ’99 Mrs. Sharon (Kaplan) Dewart ’78 Dr. Salim M. Diab* Ms. Amanda Diaz Mrs. Edith M. (Tira) Dichtl ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dick (Vivian C. Makowski* ’58) Mrs. Jessica R. Dickson ’03 Mrs. Mary C. (McLaughlin) Diehl ’66 Ms. Suzanne M. Dieter Ms. Elaine B. DiGiusto ’75 Dixon Golf, Inc. Ms Julie Dobbs ’16 Mr. John Dobbyn Mrs. Joanne (Nelson) Docteur ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Dodd Ms. Julie A. Doll ’13 Mr. Cory M. Dolley Mr. Mark S. Dombeck ’88 Dr. Richard J. Dombrowski Mrs. Maureen M. (Paul) Dombrowski ’72 Mrs. Virginia (Russell) Domzalski ’00 Double J Sports Bar Ms. Lauren Douglas ’17 Mr. William E. Dow Mrs. Barbara L. Dowdal ’86 Mr. Robert A. Downey ’83 Ms. Judy Draper

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E Mr. Elmer F. Eddy ’80 Ms. Elizabeth J. Edgar Ms. Janet O. Edman ’69 Mrs. Deborah A. (Bailey) Edmondson ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Barry J. Edmonson (Jacqueline A. Simon ’63, ’88, ’94) Edward F. Larkin Family Foundation Inc. Mrs. Kathleen (Petrusic) Egan ’68 Ms. Laura A. Eggert ’09, ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Dominic P. Egizio ’88 (Mary Ann Roach ’89,’11) Mrs. Mary Ann (Gosack) Egizio ’66 Ms. Emily A. Egizio ’15, ’17 Ms. Megan Egizio Dr. Jean E. Eisel ’68 Mrs. Rita J. Eisen Mrs. Janet J. Eisenberg ’98 Ms. M. Lee (Evans) Elia ’86 Ms. Marisa Elias Mr. Steven B. Ellis Mrs. Emily Ellis Ms. Paula J. Elsner ’05, ’13 Mr. & Mrs. Tom Elwood Mrs. Karen A. Ende ’14 Dr. Carolyn M. T. Engers Mr. Kenneth Engstrom Mrs. Caitlin M. Epkins ’09 Ms. Dale W. Eppling ’87 Ms. Colleen Erhardt Mr. George Escobarete ’96 Mr. Omar Esquivel Essence of Life Ms. Jennifer Ethridge ’89, ’09 Ms. Bonnie J. Ewald Mrs. Carol S. Ewing-Woods ’97 Exelon

F Mrs. Lillian M. Fair ’78 Ms. Assiba Fandohan ’17 Farmers Weekly Review

Ms. Jessica Farrell ’17 Mrs. Lucy (Tempel) Feeney ’57 Mrs. Barbara A. Feik ’90 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Feil Mrs. Evelyn F. (Skul) Felbinger ’61 Mr. Michael A. Feminis ’90 Mr. Joseph G. Ferrallo ’85, ’06, ’07 Ms. Kara Ferry ’16 Ms. Janice M. Fetter ’89 Mrs. Donna L. Fielder Mr. Andrew Finein ’16 Ms. Arlene J. Finkle ’09 First Step Child Care Center Mrs. Maria S. Fischer ’11 Mrs. Rojeanne A. (Majewski) Fischer ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Fisher Mrs. Janet M. (Johnson) Fitzgerald ’77 Mr. Lawrence J. Fitzgerald ’78 Mrs. Maureen E. Flatley ’96 Mrs. Sonia R. (Flegeal) Flegeal-Kipp ’90 Mrs. Kristin A. Fletcher ’08 Floral Events Ms. Bianca Q. Flynn ’08, ’09 Ms. Sharon Folkestead Mr. David B. Foose ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Foote (Carol Koziol ’86) Mr. Benjamin Ford ’17 Mr. David B. Foreman Mrs. Amy (Papesh) Foreman ’64 Ms. Mary Jo Foreman ’09, ’12 Chief Joseph W. Formhals ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Foster ’75 Ms. Courtney Fowler ’17 Mrs. Catherine A. (Strom) Fox ’68 Mrs. Susan L. (Brite) Fox ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Casey J. Fraher ’07,’12 Francesca’s Restaurants Mrs. Deanna L. (Hughes) Franceschini ’97 Ms. Jane H. (Wilczek) Frank ’91 Dr. Florida Freeman Mr. William B. Freeman Ms. Kimberly Freeman ’17 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fremeau (Joyce Goron ’70) Mrs. Kathleen A. French Mrs. Alda M. Fridley ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Fries (Joanne G. Gaertner ’69) Ms. Sarah N. Fries ’17 Mrs. Dominica (Balio) Fromholtz ’64 Ms. Rebecca Fry Mrs. Jan L. (Johnson) Fulton ’63 Ms. Susan R. (Vedra) Fulton ’87, ’91, ’13 Mrs. Patricia A. (Jewell) Fulwider ’82 Ms. Julie A. Futterer ’93 Mrs. Susan A. (Kinsley) Futterer ’91 Future Vectors, Inc

G Mrs. Kathleen M. (Granahan) Gadarowski ’72 Mr. Stanley A. Gagliardi ’89 Mrs. Frances M. (Bozich) Gale ’40 Mrs. Amy Galetti ’97, ’16 Ms. Ysenia Gallegos ’13 Mr. Arthur Galli, Jr. ’80 Ms. Charlotte R. Galuska ’10 Ms. Gloria Gamado ’17 Dr. and Mrs. John S. Gambro Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gamperl Mr. Heladio Garcia Mrs. Elodia Garcia Ms. Alejandra Garcia ’08 Ms. Medelia Garcia ’17 Ms. Nancy Garcia Ms. Rebecca A. Garcia ’93 Mrs. Maureen Gardner ’13 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Garland ’09 (Rebecca R. Fleischman ’99) Michael Garver ’17 Mr. Daniel Gasienica-Byrcyn ’17 Mr. Melvin V. Gatch ’92 Mrs. Kay F. (Snyder) Gauble ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Gawelczyk Mrs. Patricia R. Gedeller ’95 Mrs. Robert E. (Stratz) Gehrke ’88 Mr. Michael F. Gende ’87 Mrs. Urve Audrey (Ilves) Gentzke ’79, ’86 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Georgeson ’85 (Lori L. Snyder ’86) Mrs. Kathleen L. (Cooper) Gerz ’74, ’97 Ms. Carly N. Giacomo ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gill Mrs. Frances A. (Hawkinson) Gilles ’68 Mrs. Joyce A. Gilson ’99 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gimbel ’81 (Cheryl Szymczak ’78) Ms. Anna Girard ’16 Mrs. Mary C. (Cawley) Giroux ’92 Mrs. Mary J. (Devereux) Gisch ’59 Mrs. Shirley (Ludrovec) Glascock ’75, ’76, ’93, ’96, ’97 Mr. Jeffrey Glasscock ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Glenn (Deborah M. Glenn ’17) Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Godbout (Pamela S. Godbout ’87) Mr. Tom Godsey and Ms. Linda (Archambeau) Kilroy ’72 Mrs. Jodie Goebel Mrs. Beverly A. (Thomas) Golianis ’96 Mr. Anthony Golobitsh ’92 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gonnering Mr. Jorge Gonzalez ’17 Ms. Estefani Gonzalez ’17 Ms. Marsha E. Gooch ’05


Mrs. Mary Ann (Feeney) Goolsby ’71 Mrs. Janice M. (Johnson) Gora ’83, ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Gorbold Mr. James Gorecki Mrs. Stella V. (Gawlak) Gosetti ’83 Mr. Raymond P. Gottardo ’81 Mrs. Michelle A. Gould ’13, ’16 Ms. Kelly Gould ’17 Gould Brothers, LLC Mr. Jeremy J. Grachan ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Grachan Ms. Caeley Grady Mr. and Mrs. James M. Grady ’08 (Ashley L. Grady ’09) Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Grant Mr. James G. Green Mrs. Classandra M. Green ’12 Green Bay Packers Mrs. Penny (Hickey) Greene ’65 Ms. Shannon Greene ’16 Mrs. Sandra Greenham Mr. and Mrs. John E. Greuling Mrs. Eleanor (Wujek) Griegel ’62 Dr. Orlando V. Griego Ms. Florence M. Grogan ’00 Mrs. Eileen J. (Gourley) Grove ’57 Dr. Scott M. Gruenbaum Mr. Michael P. Gugielmucci, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James Gulas Ms. Maria L. Gulas ’86, ’96 Mrs. Helen E. (Danner) Gumble ’65 Ms. Molly L. Gunning Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Gunnink ’07, ’10 (Allison E. Gunnink ’13) Mrs. Katherine J. Gurrola ’12, ’16 Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Guzek ’95 (Amy M. Been ’97) Ms. Erika Guzman ’10

H The Honorable and Mrs. Herman S. Haase (Shelly J. Haase ’03) Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Hackett Mrs. Mary C. (Cleary) Hagemann ’67 Mr. and Mrs. H. Richard Hagen ’90 Mr. Markus P. Hagmann ’07, ’08 (Eileen A. McRae ’11) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Haines ’84 (Theresa A. Perez ’83) Mrs. Frances M. (Kararo) Hakey ’62 Mrs. Patricia H. (Stavins) Haldorson ’68 Mr. John R. Hale ’02 Mrs. Lula M. (Couch) Hall ’78 Hamburgerseria Mrs. Avis M. (Hamilton) Hamilton ’82, ’11 Ms. Maureen J. Hanlon ’81 Mrs. Mary J. Hannon ’94

Ms. Sujaya Haran ’17 Mr. Kevin R. Hardin ’15, ’17 Mrs. Kathleen F. Harley ’89 Mrs. Millie (Ferak) Harmon ’72 Mr. Carl D. Harms ’96 Dr. Jurate K. Harris Ms. Sandra Hart ’80 Mrs. Mary Jean (Lafond) Hartlep ’49 Ms. Brooke Hartnell ’17 Mrs. Mary Anne (Wilhelmi) Hartnett ’73 Mr. Robert E. Hartney ’95 Ms. Kay Hartung ’62 Mrs. Joan (Mikyska) Hass ’55 Miss Mary Ann Hasse ’55 Mr. Tom Hastings Mr. & Mrs. James Hathaway Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Hauser (Lori ’09) Mrs. Mary M. (Fairbairn) Havens ’77 Mr. Donovan Hays ’17 Ms. Elizabeth L. Healy ’14 Ms. Allison Heard Ms. Maribeth Hearn Dr. Lisa Hedrick Mrs. Pauline L. (Jendraszak) Hefer ’66 Mr. Wesley Heifner ’97 Mr. Eric J. Heim ’06 Mr. Wayne A. Heldebrandt Ms. Courtney L. Hendricks ’07, ’10 Mrs. Sylvia H. (Heimann) Henken ’55 Mrs. Carol A. (Vitkus) Hennessey ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Hennessy (Kathleen ’77) Mrs. Delores K. (Giovanine) Henry ’60 Ms. Carole A. Hepner ’63 Mrs. Jillian A. Herbert ’08 Mr. Brian Hernandez Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Hertzog ’15 (Christiana M. Hertzog ’11, ’14) Mrs. Marilyn M. (Seidl) Herzing ’65 Mr. Martin J. Hetelle ’13 Mrs. Catherine S. Hewett ’79 Mrs. Janine M. (Lukowski) Hicks ’73, ’98 Dr. and Mrs. Lyle L. Hicks (Nancy ’79, ’91, ’99) Mrs. Joan R. Higgins ’01 Mr. David J. Hilbert Mr. Matthew Hilding Ms. Elizabeth A. Hills ’08 Ms. Dianna Hilson ’16 Mr. James E. Hoff, Jr. ’97 Mrs. Mary Ann (Bruzdzinski) Hoffmeister ’83 Mrs. Joan (Sherron) Hofman ’84 Mr. Frank A. Hohenadel ’05 Holabird & Root, LLC Ms. Suzanne M. Holland ’02

Mr. David Hollander Ms. Klair Holmes ’17 Mrs. Russelle L. (Peitzmeyer) Holsinger ’93 Ms. Nicole C. Holzer ’15, ’17 Home Cut Donuts Mrs. Margaret M. (Brown) Honiotes ’83 Ms. Jessica A. Horn ’10 Dr. Betty J. (Beggs) Horton ’78 Mr. Trevor J. Howard ’14 Mrs. Katherine L. (Park) Howardson ’77 Mr. Arron Howat ’91 Ms. Kaitlin C. Hoy ’15 Ms. Britani Hoyt ’17 Ms. Chaabia Hribach Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Huck III Dr. Bernadette Hudetz ’91 Mrs. Michelle A. (Jerome) Hudson ’84 Mrs. Gladys (Wright) Hughes ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Hunckler ’80 (Debbie Janik ’80) Mrs. Cari L. Hunnicutt ’16 Ms. Diane Hunt ’75 Dr. Kelly K. (Wentz) Hunter ’91 Mr. Brian D. Hurry ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Huss (Carolyn Kaslewicz ’59) Mr. Sean P. Hussey ’94 Mrs. Carol J. Huston ’93 Mrs. Charlotte A. (Marquardt) Hyer ’79 Mr. Zachary Hyman ’17

I Indianapolis Colts Ingredion Charitable Foundation Mrs. Betty L. Inman ’92 Integrity Restoration, Inc. Internal Medicine & Family Practice, SC Irish American Society of Will County Mr. and Mrs. John T. Irwin Ms. Judy G. Isett ’93

J J. Russ and Company, Inc. Ms. Marianne Jaber ’17 Mrs. Jeanne Jacobs Mrs. Sharon L. Jacobs ’95, ’99 Mrs. Diane (Kozak) Jager ’67 Mr. Nicklaus Jakusz Ms. Cynthia A. James ’07 Dr. Gail M. (Scholtes) Jamieson ’61 Ms. Miasia Jamison ’17 JAMTA Student Foundation Mrs. Carol L. Janovyak ’56, ’84 Mrs. Joan A. (Young/Liebner) Jansen ’47 JC Licht Paints Ms. Annette M. Jelinek

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Ms. Amanda L. Jensen Mr. Dennis L. Jensen Mr. James Jensen Jensen’s Liquors & Lounge Ms. Joan M. (Senffner) Jevitz ’63 Mr. and Mrs. Warren T. Jivery Joe’s Hotdogs Joliet Mr. Duane Werner and Mrs. Bonnie Johansen-Werner Mrs. Carol Johncours ’77 Mrs. Jean T. Johnson ’89 Mrs. Jo Carol Johnson ’80 Mrs. Lorell A. (White) Johnson ’61 Ms. Amanda M. Johnson ’98 Ms. Janet G. Johnson ’00 Ms. Loretta M. Johnson ’78 Joliet Bank & Trust Joliet Catholic Academy Joliet Catholic Academy Alumni Association Joliet Country Club Joliet Public Library Joliet Tent Company Joliet Town and Country Lanes, Inc. Joliet Township High School Foundation Mrs. Laura Jeannette (Holcombe) Jonaitis ’91 Dr. and Mrs. George T. Jones Mr. Richard J. Jones ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Jones (Virginia Deiss ’68) Mrs. Carol Jones ’90 Ms. Betty Jones Mr. and Mrs. Ian C. Jones ’08 (Jennifer K. Jones ’09) Ms. Courtney Joyce Ms. Leslie P. Juarez-Resendiz ’17 Juliet’s Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Just ’73 (Denise Holthaus ’72) Mrs. Caryn (Armbruster) Justick ’74

K Mrs. Theresa M. (Long) Kaestner ’72 Ms. Karin M. Kaiden ’05 Mrs. Dolores (Sochacki) Kalayta ’69 Mr. Frank Kalisik III ’17 Mrs. Joni (Christianson) Kaluza ’84 Mr. David Kaluzny II Ms. Loren A. Kaminski ’08 Ms. Ronda L. (Stegenga) Kanne ’92 Mr. William T. Kaplan Mr. & Mrs. John Kaps Mrs. Mary (Elsner) Karafin ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Kararo Mr. and Mrs. James H. Karges (Cyndi A. Rutkowski ’80)

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Karges Realty Mr. Patrick Karli ’17 Ms. Morgan Karwoski-Flaherty ’17 Kathy Miller State Farm Insurance Dr. Marvin Katilius-Boydstun Mrs. Mary Ann (Huelsmann) Kauling ’62 Mr. Christopher R. Kauzlaric Mr. and Mrs. John T. Keane (Maureen T. Barry ’74) Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Keating ’94 (Cynthia A. Rios ’95) Ms. Phyllis Keca Mrs. Rita (Milasius) Keehn ’64 Mr. and Mrs. John Kella (Patricia Sowa ’73) Mrs. Sharon R. (Gooding) Kelleher ’80 Dr. Margaret M. Kelly ’70 Mrs. Leatrice C. (Schauer) Kelly ’58 Mrs. Lois J. (Stith) Kelly ’73 Ms. Kathryn R. (Gourley) Kelly ’59 Ms. Raven Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nosal (Mary Jo Kelly ’88) Mrs. Merrily (Sturm) Kennedy ’84 Mrs. Marlene (Schaab) Kernwein ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ketelaar Ms. Abby Kieffer ’17 Sr. Martha Kienzler, O.S.F. ’58 Mr. Brenden Kiernan ’17 Mrs. Karen O. Kiesel ’85 Mrs. Erin L. Kieszkowski ’14 Mrs. Barbara A. Kigin ’83 Ms. Judith Kijewski Mrs. Jane F. Kilander ’90 Ms. Mackenzie Killelea ’17 Mr. Tom Godsey and Ms. Linda (Archambeau) Kilroy ’72 Mr. Joseph L. King ’74 Ms. Emma M. (Crawford) King ’75 Ms. Alexandra D. Kingma ’17 Mrs. Alyce M. (Schillo) Kinzie ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Kirkwood Mr. and Mrs. Rich Kirtley Mr. Robert Kiser ’17 Ms. Julie Kitzer ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Klawitter Ms. Sarah Klawitter Dr. Joyce E. Kleinaitis Ms. Joyce M. Klinger ’67 Ms. Julianne C. Kmetz ’64 Mrs. Mariclare Kmiec ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Knick (Laurie J. Knick ’94) Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Knight ’07 (Aubrey L. Durish ’04, ’07) Mrs. Kathleen Knoblauch ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Knorr, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kobe

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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Koch ’02, ’09 (Allison Tuider ’03, ’11) Mrs. Carol A. (Kuban) Koch ’61 Mr. Michael Kocinski ’87 Mr. Bradley Koester ’17 Mrs. Laura (DeZee) Koga ’03, ’06 Mrs. Christine A. Kohanzo ’03 Ms. Betty A. Kohl Mrs. Bettie J. (Gilbert) Komar ’76 Mrs. Sylvia M. Komyatte ’85 Mr. George Kontos Ms. Natalie Korst ’17 Mrs. Barbara J. Kovach ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kovack Mr. Michael J. Kovas ’97 Mrs. Mary Lou (Bourg) Kozar ’49 Kozol Bros, Inc. Mr. Todd R. Kranpitz ’86 Mrs. Joyce K. (Mrumlinski) Kraus ’96 Ms. Katherine Kraus ’86 Ms. Alexandra Krejci ’17 Mr. Oscar H. Krieger Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Krieger (Dolores Carpenter ’71) Ms. Barbara L. Kristin ’73 Mrs. Joan M. (Spolorich) Krumpoch ’69 Mr. Eric J. Kubacki ’16 Mr. and Mrs. James Kubalewski (Rita M. Hirsch ’65) Mrs. Rita M. (Hirsch) Kubalewski ’65 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kucinic ’78 (Patricia Schwiesow ’65) Ms. Jessica L. Kuester ’14 Mrs. Patricia E. Kumazawa ’91 Ms. Carrie Kuta Mrs. Catherine E. (Schwarzman) Kutzler ’96, ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kuzava Mrs. Nancey D. Kwiatkowski ’00 Mr. Ralph J. Kwilosz

L Mrs. Adolphine T. (Gryzlo) Labate ’63 Mrs. Michaeline (Kostyra) LaBuda ’72 Mrs. Ruth C. (Heimann) Lager ’55 Mrs. Michelle A. (Kramp) Lagger ’73 Ms. Dana L. Lahart Ms. Patrycja Lalik ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. LaLonde (Elizabeth J. Polyak ’82) Mrs. Barbara J. (Hills) Lambert ’91 Mrs. Janis M. (Dusell) LaMont ’84 Mrs. Katherine (Gregg) Lampe ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Tizoc Landeros ’99 Mrs. Jeanette (Peterson) Langebartels ’79 Mr. Joseph Langenderfer Mr. and Mrs. Ronald N. Lanham

Mr. Jimmie D. Lansford ’79 Mrs. Leona A. (Kowalski) Laouras ’64 Mr. Anthony LaPaso Ms. Patricia J. Larranaga ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Larson (Sharon V. Engel ’78, ’06) Mrs. Elizabeth J. (Anselmino) Larson ’55 Ms. Jennifer Larson Ms. Monika Las ’17 Ms. Lana Laschober ’17 Mrs. Joanne C. (Klich) Lascoe ’61 Mr. Patrick A. Lathrop ’83 Mrs. Barbara A. (Sylvestor) Lathrop ’85 Mrs. Janet L. Lauer ’78 Ms. Katherine Lauesen ’16 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Laurich ’84 (Denise M. Anselmino ’86, ’04) Ms. Debby Lavazza Mr. Eric J. Lawhead ’07 Mrs. Donna M. Lawien ’06, ’13 Ms. Mary Lawler Ms. Debora A. Lazorik ’77 Mrs. Anita A. (Kasarda) Le Claire ’71 Mrs. Barbara Mutz Lecky ’69 Mr. Kevin Lederer Jr. ’17 Ms. Theresa Lee ’57 Mrs. Catherine A. (Babicki) Leggero ’69 Mrs. Donna J. Lehrfeld ’85 Ms. Joanne Leigh ’00 Mr. Corbin R. Leininger ’01 Ms. Joanne M. Lendvay ’95 Mrs. Charlotte H. (Cathcart) Lenz ’66 Mr. Kevin P. Leonard ’07 Mr. Jeff Lesnik Mr. Coleon Leverson ’17 Mrs. Margaret A. Lewandowski Mrs. Helen R. (Audette) Lewis ’63 Dr. Carol A. Lindee Ms. Kathryn I. Lindgren Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lindquist Mr. Eric D. Lindstrom ’17 Mr. William M. Linz, III ’09 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Lipke (Billie (Gillespie) Schimanski Lipke ’85) Mr. Eric W. Lofdahl ’92 Mrs. Marianne (Jonaitis) Loftus ’57 Mrs. Vicki L. Lohmiller ’05 Mrs. Doris J. (McDermott) Lonergan ’71 Mrs. Connie L. (McRoberts) Long ’84 Ms. Josefa L. Lopez ’05 Ms. Laura Lopez ’02, ’07 Ms. Teressa Lopez Dr. JoAnn K. Lopykinski ’89 Mrs. Julie L. (Palleschi) Lorenc ’49 Mrs. Shirley J. (Van Valkenburg) Lott ’46 Mrs. Erica M. Lucio ’03, ’16 Mr. Thomas J. Ludrovec ’92

Ms. Florence L. (Schrage) Luechtefeld ’62 Dr. Lucille M. (DeVisme) Lugowski ’70 Mr. Rich Lusk Mrs. Geraldine M. (Ganek) Luszcz ’61 Mr. Douglas Luttrell Mrs. Susan D. (Treadman) Lyday ’92, ’03 Ms. Jennifer Lynch Ms. Susan Lynch ’93

M M&W Accounting Mrs. Nora J. Maciejewski Mrs. Diane K. MacMillan ’80 Mr. and Mrs. George M. Madsen (Christine ’06) Mrs. Michelle A. (Mudron) Madura ’94 Mrs. Rosalie J. Maehrer ’95 Mrs. Angela Maffeo Mrs. Joan A. (Rimmele) Magda ’63 Mr. Matthew R. Mahalik ’02 Mrs. Lucille M. (Augulis) Mahoney ’46 Ms. Michelle L. Mahoney Ms. Vivian Makowski Dick ’58 Mrs. Janet F. (Scharousch) Malik ’65 Mrs. Mary F. (Granich) Malinoski ’67 Ms. Janet B. Maloney ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mampe Ms. Karen L. Mancke Mr. Alejandro Mandujano ’17 Ms. Sandra Mangione Ms. Joan E. Marchetta ’57 Mr. Samuel Marcotte ’17 Ms. Gail Marcotte Mr. Ryan H. Marks Mr. and Mrs. Arlie J. Marks ’02 (Christine ’99, ’02, ’09) Ms. Alyssa Marcum ’17 Mrs. Carol M. (Planing) Markley ’58 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Markun Mrs. Rosemary A. (Lucenta) Markun ’63 Mrs. Jean A. (Frank) Marquette ’84 Ms. Ana Marquez ’17 Ms. Fany Marquez ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Marsh (Suzanne M. Slifka ’02) Mr. John P. Marshall ’90 Ms. Barbara J. Martin ’66 Mrs. Linda M. (Yoakum) Martin ’83 Mrs. Patricia (Sorgani) Martin ’50 Ms. Amanda Martin ’17 Martin & Associates ~Ameriprise Financial Mrs. Phyllis (Black) Martinec ’79 Ms. Erika M. Martinez ’11, ’15 Ms. Paulina Martinez ’12 Ms. Marietta A. (DelRose) Martinez ’84 Mrs. Judith G. Martis ’79


Mrs. Rosario Martos-Quick ’16 Mr. Matt Mascal Ms. Kylie Mason ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Masterson Ms. Mary L. Matchett ’93 Mrs. Jo Ann (Felbinger) Mathews ’64 Ms. Mallory Maticic ’17 Mrs. Lois V. Matson ’77, ’89 Dr. Annette M. Mattea, DNP ’13 Dr. Jean M. Mau ’80, ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Maurer Mr. and Mrs. Dale Max Ms. Kaitlyn Elizabeth McAdams ’17 Mrs. JoAnne (Zumer) McAuley ’61 Mr. Daniel E. McCarthy ’08 Mr. Daniel McCarthy III Ms. Mary R. McCarthy ’04 Mr. Matt McCarthy Mrs. Mary (Doyle) McCauley ’53 Mr. and Mrs. David L. McCoy (Janice M. Kaiser ’83, ’86) Ms. Danielle L. McDermott ’03 Mrs. Mary V. (Coghlan) McDevitt ’96 McDonald’s—Cam and Gail Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. William McDonough Ms. Kathy M. McElligott ’87 Mrs. Alice A. (Ahler) McEwen ’82 Mr. Timothy J. McGrath Mrs. Patricia A. (Cummings) McGrath ’87 McGrath Office Equipment, Inc. Mr. Michael J. McGreal ’01 Mr. Robert McGreal Jr. McGuire for Senate Mrs. Laurene M. (Hanlon) McHatton ’71 Mr. Bret L. McKeand ’81 Mr. and Mrs. James K. McLeer ’88, ’99 Mrs. Gerri R. (Rzansa) McMahon ’62 Mrs. Elaine M. (Low) McMullen ’77 Ms. Mary C. McNamara ’89 Ms. Christine McNulty Ms. Eileen A. McRae ’11 (Markus P. Hagmann ’07, ’08) Ms. Kathryn P. McVey ’05, ’16 Meade Baltz Paints Ms. Darla K. Medernach ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Meehan ’80 (Joan M. Travers ’80, ’04) Mr. Mark P. Meers Mrs. Ketti A. Mello ’15 Ms. Joselyn Mena ’17 Mrs. Mary Ellen (Tatro) Mendoza ’76 Mercedes-Benz of Westmont Ms. Roberta J. Messer ’86 Dr. Donna Metlicka and Thomas Metlicka ’07 Mr. John R. Meyer Mr. Brian J. Michalak ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Michalak

Ms. Sara Michalowicz ’17 Dr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Midlock Mr. Mark Midlock ’85 Midwest Transit Equipment, Inc. Mrs. Joanne M. (Kenney) Mieding ’64 Mrs. Amy L. Mihelich Mrs. Karen R. (Aschenbrener) Miklic ’90, ’99 Milano Bakery Mrs. Rosann M. (Buswell) Miller ’76 Mrs. Yvonna Miller ’16 Ms. Megan Miller ’17 Mr. Keith G. Miller Mr. and Dr. Thomas Miller (Margaret A. Rogus ’86) Miller Mechanical, Inc. Mrs. Mary (Mistro) Miller-Roed ’80 Ms. Karen A. Minnerath ’91 Mistwood Golf Club Mr. Bret D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Judith Mitchell Mrs. Paula J. (Felbinger) Molinaro ’68 Mr. Kevin Molitor Ms. Christine M. Monaco ’98 Ms. Alondra Montes Ms. Raquel Montoya ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Montoya Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moore Mrs. Nancy L. Rosenberger Moore ’79 Mrs. Kathleen M. (Rudman) Mores ’54 Mr. Donald J. Morin ’75 Mr. Robert M. Morley III Mrs. Judy A. (Grobelny) Moroz ’75 Sr. Mary Jean Morris, O.S.F. ’65 Morris Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Morrison Mr. Jeff L. Morrissette Mr. Kenneth Morrow, Jr. ’94 Morton’s Steakhouse Mrs. Brandi Morzuch Ms. Tammy L. Moseley ’98 Dr. Brian Moskalik Ms. Erin Mott Mr. Submarine Mr. Michael F. Mravle ’97 Ms. Katelin Mrjenovich Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Mudron Mrs. Dorine M. (Berta) Muenzing ’57 Mrs. Rebecca (Daugherty) Muhs ’88 Ms. Dina Mujawamariya Mrs. Connie (Stokes) Mullen ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Murnick Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy Mrs. Jane M. (Furdek) Murphy ’70 Mrs. Marianne (Herringer) Murphy ’62 Mrs. Mary K. (Kelley) Murphy ’60

Dr. Madonna M. Murphy Mrs. Genevieve K. Murray ’06 Ms. Mary Lin Muscolino Ms. Kylie E. Mussay

N Ms. Frances Tures Naal ’58 Ms. Kathleen (Marsh) Nagle ’92, ’06 Ms. Betty T. Naples Ms. Elizabeth Naprstek ’17 NECA-IBEW Local 176 Ms. Jeanette K. Nedelsky ’54 Mr. John T. Nee ’99 Mrs. Virginia L. Nelson ’96 Ms. Ruth D. Nelson Mr. Timothy Nemec ’17 Mrs. Patricia L. (McCormack) Nemeth ’70 Mrs. Arlene R. (Brummel) Nethery ’55 Mrs. Beth L. (Thornton) Nettles ’96 Mr. Jeffry L. Nichols ’17 Mrs. Mary A. Nichols ’15 Ms. Jessica Nichols Mrs. Sherene L. Nicolai ’03, ’06 Mrs. Margaret (Tully) Nicosia ’81 Ms. Lindsey Nielsen ’17 Mrs. Barbara E. (Veverka) Nielson ’64 Mrs. Pamela J. (Kolada) Nogal ’68 Ms. Aubrey N. Johnson ’06 Mrs. Peg Norcross Mrs. Marcia E. Nordmark ’87 Ms. Katherine E. Nork ’17 Mr. and Mrs. David W. Norman (Sandra M. Mule’ ’89) Mrs. Jeanette C. Normandt ’85 Mrs. Esther (Heimann) Norrenberns ’59 Ms. LaDonna E. Norstrom ’70 North Coast Commercial Roofing Systems Northwestern Mutual Life Ms. April Norton ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Roger Nosal (Mary Jo Kelly ’88) Mr. Ronald J. Novak ’77 Mrs. Janet R. (Schroeder) Novotny ’67 Ms. Mary K. Nuetzmann ’15 Ms. Barbara Nurse ’82

O Ms. Deborah A. Obecny Mr. Bradley Obler ’17 Mrs. Michele D. O’Boyle Mr. William D. O’Brien ’02 O’Charley’s Irish Pub Ms. Maureen O’Conor Mayor and Mrs. Robert O’Dekirk Mr. and Mrs. William F. O’Donnell (Patricia Coughlin ’61)

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Mrs. Linda P. O’Donnell ’05 Ms. Nancy O’Donnell Mrs. Irene M. (Planinsek) Odorizzi ’55 Mrs. Rita A. (Robertson) Ohlson ’50 Ms. Kaitlin O’Keeffe ’17 Mrs. Sallyann Okuno Bacchiere ’80 Old Timers Baseball Association of Will County Mrs. Patricia A. (Leonardis) Oleson ’84 Dr. Kent L. Oots, Ph.D. ’78 Opera House Steak and Seafood Optech Orthotics & Prosthetics Optech Orthotics & Prosthetics—Joliet Mr. Abraham Ortega ’17 Mr. Steven E. Osborn ’85 Mrs. Rosemary (Tyl) Osmulski ’62 Mr. Richard M. Ott Dr. Carol A. (Veverka) Overman ’63

P P.T. Ferro Construction Co. Ms. Samantha Pachowicz ’17 Ms. Kayla Paeth ’17 Dr. Keith R. Pain ’15 Mr. Michael Pakosz ’13 Mrs. Sharon A. Palmer ’94, ’97 Palmer Florist, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Panayotovich Mrs. Carol J. (Brett) Pankau ’53 Mrs. Kimberly A. Pankau ’00 Mrs. Judith V. (Gruca) Papandria ’69 Mr. Robert Paprockas Ms. Beth Rene Paquette ’17 Mrs. Rosalie (Fonck) Park ’82 Mrs. Margaret J. (Cramer) Parke ’55 Mr. Dave J. Parker Mrs. Frances E. Parker ’91 Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Parman (Denise M. Lazorik ’85) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Parmigiani Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Partain (Joyce A. Crader ’76) Ms. Shannon Patino ’17 Mr. Jonathan D. Paul ’04, ’11 Mrs. Karen A. Paul ’85 Mr. Mario V. Paulino Mrs. Sharon M. Paver-Nepote ’02, ’07 Mrs. Patricia Z. Pavlina ’90 Mrs. Kathleen N. (Koelsch) Pawlowski ’66 Mrs. Paula M. (Ciomei) Pedersen ’60 Mrs. Judith A. Peistrup ’87 Mr. and Mrs. L. Scott Pekol ’99 (Jeana R. Carrico ’00) Ms. Susan Pellegrini ’16 Ms. Diane M. Peltzer ’87 Ms. Christina Pender ’16

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Ms. Valerie L. Penn Peoples Gas Ms. Yvonne Perez ’10, ’12, ’17 Ms. Myra Perez-Hernandez Ms. Hailey Peterbok ’17 Mrs. Anita M. Peters ’90 Mrs. Elizabeth R. (Wubben) Peters ’02 Mr. Josh L. Peterson ’06 Ms. Michelle Peterson Mrs. Janine M. (Liptak) Petric ’73 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Pfaff ’09 (Julianne N. Pfaff ’08, ’14) Mrs. Catherine J. (Schramm) Pfister ’56 Pfizer Foundation Mrs. Kathleen A. Pfleger ’85 Mrs. Annette M. Phelan ’83 Mr. James Phillip Phoenix Systems & Service, Inc. Mr. Thomas J. Piasecki ’04 Mrs. Sandra M. Piatak ’87 Piazza & Mannerino Masonry Mrs. Amy R. Piccoli Ms. Joanna Pickett ’89 Mr. Fred Piediscalzi Mr. and Mrs. Jeff R. Pierson ’01 (Lisa L. Rogers ’86) Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Pierson Mr. Jean Pietrzak ’17 Mr. Gregory Pietrzak Mrs. Anna M. (Carey) Piper ’93 Ms. Khadija Pipkins ’17 Ms. Sara Placher ’17 Mrs. Mary M. (Maes) Plaine ’90 Mr. Lawrence A. Pluth Mr. George T. Pobuda Mr. and Mrs. Ryan W. Pohlmann ’99, ’00 (Jill S. Pohlmann ’03) Mrs. Kari J. Polacek ’15 Mrs. Rita (Sendelbach) Polley ’66 Ms. Heather N. Poma ’02, ’11 Ms. Penny Poninski Mrs. Charlotte G. (Ginnetti) Ponto ’63 Mr. Selwyn Poothakary ’17 Mr. Bradley R. Porter ’14 Mrs. Elizabeth A. (Molloy) Porter ’72 Portillo’s Restaurant Group Mrs. Caroline L. Portlock ’02, ’04 Mr. John G. Postweiler Mr. and Mrs. John W. Pour Mr. Charles R. Powell ’01 Ms. Trecia L. Powers ’82 Mrs. Arretta M. (Workman) Price ’82 Mrs. Barbara S. Price ’93 Mr. Kenneth Prince ’94, ’10 Mrs. Julie A. (Nelson) Pristas ’93, ’02 Providence Bank & Trust Mr. Joseph C. Pursel, Sr.

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Q Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Qualio (Stephanie ’05) Ms. Joan Quaresima ’17 Ms. Maria F. Quevedo ’17 Mrs. Therese S. (Ryan) Quick ’53 Ms. Samantha M. Quigley Smith Mrs. Vivian Quinerly Ms. Candice R. Quinerly ’10 Ms. Amanda M. (Klotz) Quinn ’02

R R&R Septic & Sewer Service, Inc. R. Berti Building Solutions Mrs. Christine A. (Seper) Rados ’67 Mrs. Jane L. (Marzke) Ragland ’93 Ms. Donna Rakoski Ms. Lori Rakoski Ms. Nicole Ramaglia ’17 Mr. Matthew A. Ramuta (Joan Nahas* ’56) Mr. Lucas B. Randall ’17 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Randich, Sr. ’76 Mrs. Beverly J. Randle ’92 Mr. Alan C. Randolph ’07 Ms. Kathleen M. (Bolte) Randolph ’69 Mrs. Deborah C. Raschi ’13 Ms. Patricia Raspolich ’17 Mrs. Mary Lee (Holcombe) Rauch ’66 Dr. and Mrs. Albert W. Ray Ms. Lu Anne Rayl ’80 Recovery Management Services, Inc. Mrs. Linzette M. Red ’01 Mrs. Rosemary Y. (Lamb) Reed ’67 Mrs. Mary Jane Reese ’91 Mrs. Linda J. Reichert ’80 Mr. Tyler Reif ’17 Ms. Simone R. Reis ’14 Mrs. Mary B. (Devine) Reiter ’73 Mrs. Anna Mae (Trizna) Repke ’60 Mr. Philip Resendiz Mr. Dylan E. Reyes ’14 Mrs. Therese A. (Meyer) Reyes ’90, ’16 Ms. Yessica Reyes ’17 Ms. Katelynn Marie Reyes ’17 Mrs. Mary M. (White) Rice ’60 Mr. Corey M. Richardson ’09 Mrs. Ruthann M. Richardson ’96 Ms. Elvia Rickmon Mr. Kevin J. Rigney ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Rigoni (Deborah Dolan ’96, ’15) Mrs. Deborah (Dolan) Rigoni ’96, ’15 Ms. Maria Riha ’88 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Riordan Mr. Gilson Rios Mrs. Allison P. Rios ’01, ’12 Dr. Dorothy A. Ritter ’66

Ms. Bianca Rivera ’17 Mr. and Dr. Jerome P. Rivette, Jr. ’10 (Melissa A. Rivette ’07, ’14) Ms. Maggie Rizzio Mr. and Mrs. John Roach (Jean Roach ’78, ’82) Mr. Shawn T. Roberts ’17 Mrs. Patricia Roberts ’17 Ms. Caroline Roberts ’17 Ms. Staci L. Roberts ’17 Ms. Adalee Brooke Robertson ’17 Mrs. Peggy A. (Kweiser) Robidoux ’79 Ms. Rachel M. Robinson ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Drew Rockafellow ’15 (Mollie Rockafellow ’15) Ms. Linda S. Rocke ’04 Ms. Mariella Rodriguez Ms. Stephanie Rodriguez ’17 Mrs. Patricia K. (Dunne) Roe ’58 Ms. Lauren A. Rogers ’05, ’12 Mrs. Tricia L. Rogge ’10 Mrs. Susan M. (Doyle) Rogina ’94, ’99 Mrs. Judith E. (Cavanaugh) Rohman ’66 Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Rolinitis ’15 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Roolf Mr. Brennan Rooney Ms. Barbara (Nazimek) Roper ’60 Ms. Brenda Rosales Mrs. Susan E. Rosenberg ’91 Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Frederic R. Ross (Mary T. Cushing ’57) Mrs. Mary Beth Ross ’00 Mrs. Deborah (Struck) Roth ’71 Mrs. Mary Kay (Walter) Rowe ’69 Mr. Thomas Rowen Mr. and Mrs. James L. Rozanski Mrs. Rosemary Blessman ’73 Ms. Jeanette P. Rudderow ’98 Mrs. Celeste E. (Blaskievich) Rudman ’61 Ruettiger, Tonelli & Associates, Inc. Ms. Jennilyn Ruhaak Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ruhaak Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Ruiz ’07, ’09 (Jennifer Horn ’10, ’13) Mr. Rene Ruiz ’17 Ms. Susan Runde Ms. Mary Ann Russ ’73 Mr. Stanley E. Rutherford Mr. & Mrs. James W. Ryan Ms. Sara M. Ryan ’87 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ryan (Faith A. Ryan ’96) Mr. and Mrs. Michael George Ryan (Paula T. Krzicnik ’61) Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Ryley ’78

S Mrs. Mary Ann (Meehan) Sabatini ’95 Mrs. Therese M. (Klawitter) Safavi ’70

Ms. Joyce A. Sala ’70 Mr. Thomas E. Sallay, Jr. Mrs. Therese Sanborn ’02 Mr. Kevin M. Sandal ’86 Mrs. Roberta Sanders ’99 Ms. Elizabeth Sandoval ’17 Sanofi Aventis Ms. Kimberly A. Sansone ’10 Mr. Anthony Santillo ’17 Mr. Christopher Santillo ’17 Mr. Joseph Santillo ’17 Mr. Joseph R. Santos ’92 Mrs. Betty L. Sarhan ’87 Sassi Restaurant Mr. Jaime E. Saucedo ’15 Ms. Mary Jo Savol Ms. Rosanne M. Savol ’67 Ms. Brittany A. Sawin ’13, ’14 Mr. Edward J. Schaffer Mrs. Carol J. (Lewicki) Schaffer ’79 Mrs. Judith J. (Jerger) Schatz ’71 Mr. Mark A. ScheuberMr. and Mrs. Lawrence Scheuber (Lynda L. Scheuber ’91, ’04) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Lipke (Billie (Gillespie) Schimanski Lipke ’85) Mr. Eric Schneider Ms. Samantha Schneider ’17 Ms. Sharon R. Schneider ’86 Ms. Donna L. Schnierle ’05 Ms. Sarah Schoenrock ’17 Ms. Harriet G. Schott ’80 Ms. Jane Schrage ’17 Mrs. Colette M. Schrank ’10 Mr. David L. Schreiner ’93 Mrs. Amy J. (May) Schroeder ’90, ’04 Drs. Mark and Cathleen Schultz Ms. Pamela Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Roger Schultz (Cathy J. Kocher ’76) Ms. Pauline E. Schumacher Mrs. Robin M. (Bartolomeo) Schuster ’66 Mr. David S. Schwabe ’12 Ms. Patricia M. Schwerdle Mrs. Mary Ann (Kovalcik) Schwerha ’58, ’81 Daniel D. Schwert, Ph.D Ms. Margaret M. Schwiesow ’63, ’80 Mr. George H. Scott, Jr. Mr. Michael Scott Mrs. Rhonda L. Scott ’97 Mrs. Mary Patrice (Crane) Scully ’70 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Sears Mrs. Lillian R. (Barnas) Sedgwick ’55 Mrs. Marian S. Seib ’88, ’91 Ms. Mary Louise Sejda ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Selzer


Ms. Joyce M. Senffner ’60 Ms. Halie Senko ’17 Dr. Janet L. Seper ’87 & Dr. Charles Beckenstein Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Sepulveda (Mary M. Kroeger ’03) Mrs. Margaret M. (Busca) Sevening ’65 Ms. Maryann Sevening ’71 Mrs. Deborah A. Sewald ’99 Ms. Laura Shallow Shamblin Insurance Ms. Leandra Shaqiri Mr. Brian J. Sharp ’97, ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sharp Mr. David P. Shea ’84 and Dr. Rita Tamulis-Shea ’83 Fr. Ed Shea, O.F.M. Mrs. Betty L. Shell-Richter ’77 Ms. Amber C. Shibley ’17 Mrs. Marie Shroba Mr. and Mrs. George Shugart Sidelines Sports Bar Mrs. Margaret R. (Quinn) Siefert ’73 Ms. Sarah Sielisch ’15 Mrs. Edmee (Pallares) Sienkowski ’79 Mrs. Jeanne M. Sierka ’92 Sign-A-Rama Signs by Tomorrow Sikich LLP Mrs. Paulette (Coons) Simmons ’71, ’90 Mrs. Susan G. (Balmes) Simms ’60 Mrs. Grace A. (Gozder) Simonaitis ’60 Mr. Ryan Simonich Mrs. Carol A. Simpson ’94 Mrs. Janet L. (Zenkus) Simpson ’69 Ms. Deidre Sinchak ’02 Mrs. Noralee M. (Lyons) Singer ’71 Mrs. Mary (McCoy) Sisley-Shuker ’76 Mrs. Kathleen (Friel) Skapek ’87 Ms. Mary Lou (Oliphant) Skoglund ’86 Ms. Allison Skolds ’17 Sr. Patricia Skowronski, O.S.F. ’68 Ms. Kimberly Skrzypiec Ms. Linda Jo Skuban ’75 Ms. Jeanette L. Skul ’59 Mrs. Nancy (Ward) Skuta ’58 Ms. Allie Skwarczek ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sleckman Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Sloan (Edwina E. Pointer ’71) Dr. Cindy O. Sloan ’04 and Ms. Lea C. Sloan ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Slocum Ms. Sandra L. Sloka ’06 Mrs. Colleen A. (James) Slouf ’70 Mrs. Catherine W. (Weberg) Smirnoff ’64 Mr. Robert C. Smith Mr. Kenny Smith Jr. ’17

Mr. Vincent E. Smith ’88 Mrs. Judith A. (Hunt) Smith ’79 Mrs. Telanee Smith ’13, ’14 Ms. April M. Smith ’99 Ms. Eran M. Smith ’09 Ms. Jacqueline Ruth Smith ’17 Ms. Jennifer S. Smith ’96 Ms. Linda Smith Ms. Rebecca S. Smith ’14 Ms. Mary Smith Smith Painting Services Mrs. Dolores M. (Grenchik) Smolen ’50 Mr. Mark T. Snodgrass ’97, ’00 Ms. Bozena Sojka ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Soldan ’93 (Christina ’94, ’05) Mrs. Mary K. Solon-Goers ’73 Reverend Chung H. (Park) Song ’77 Sosnoski Exterminating, Inc. Mrs. Holly A. Souza ’06, ’11 Mrs. Sharon L. Spagnola ’94 Mrs. Lucinda A. (Conz) Spang ’91 Mrs. Cathleen D. Spangler ’00, ’04, ’07 Mrs. Karen M. (Plese) Speckman ’83 Mr. and Mrs. David D. Spesia ’05, ’08 Spesia & Ayers Mr. Paul W. Spiezio ’82 Mrs. Barbara A. (Brausch) Sprenger ’63 Mrs. Terri K. (Grossen) Sprout ’91 St. Jude Council #10637 St. Mary Magdalene Church Mr. Brad Staab ’95 Mrs. Jane M. (Frieders) Stachura ’71 Mrs. Adrienne M. (Lessard) Stack ’92 Mrs. Julie A. (Frey) Stamper ’95 Mrs. Janice M. (Jaksetich) Staniszewski ’70 Mrs. Edith J. (Hudak) Stark ’60 Mr. Kent J. Staver ’91 Mr. and Mrs. David Steinberg Dr. Belva J. Stelk Mrs. Marguerite M. Stephenson ’93 Mrs. Deborah A. Sterling ’06 Mrs. Janice L. (Hinkleman) Sterling ’95 Mrs. Jo Anne M. (Donnelly) Sternisha ’71 Mr. Erik A. Sternisha ’03 Ms. Anna Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Stevenson (Birdella A. Daily ’66) Mrs. Marilyn L. (Laverty) Stewart ’65 Ms. Linda A. Sticklen Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stiglich ’79 (Mary Jo Kinsella ’80) Ms. Gail Stone Ms. Lindoria C. Storey ’03, ’10, ’12 Mr. Daniel Storie (Anita L. Nelson* ’68) Dr. Susan A. Stowe Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stremme

Mr. Mark Stromberg ’17 Mrs. Marian E. Stromquist ’75 Mr. John M. Strus Mrs. Alice A. (Glowacki) Strzalka ’51 Mrs. Tammie Rae (Fairbairn) Studer ’84 Mr. Joseph Suhadolc Mrs. Rose L. (Barton) Suiter ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Sullivan (Margaret Bacon ’96) Mr. Charles J. Sullivan ’06 Mrs. Constance J. (Ellis) Sullivan ’77 Ms. Susan M. Sullivan ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Truman Sunde (Carole M. Hodgson ’82) Mrs. June M. Suriano ’81 Mrs. Marguerite Svenson ’78, ’91 Mrs. Margaret A. (Sandberg) Swanson ’87 Mr. Peter Switalski ’17 Ms. Elizabeth M. Switalski ’05 Ms. Sarah A. Symons ’06 Mrs. Mary Grace (Morrotto) Szczypta ’67 Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Szoke ’78 (Donna M. Musich ’80, ’04) Ms. Ashley Szymanski ’17 T & D Bowling Specialist, LTD

T Ms. Hannah Tadey ’17 Mr. John Tague ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Tague Mr. Jacob Taheny ’17 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Talbot ’90 Mrs. Kathleen M. Talkie ’96, ’97 Ms. Ramonda F. Talkie ’71 Tallgrass Restaurant Ms. Adjo S. Tameklo Mr. David P. Shea ’84 and Dr. Rita Tamulis-Shea ’83 Ms. Kimberley Tarcak ’15, ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tatone TCBY Mr. James P. Teach ’12 Mrs. Juliann M. (Torkar) Teasdale ’63 Mrs. Gayle P. (Duchene) Tennant ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Teresiak Dr. Deborah A. Terrell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Thanas Mrs. Geraldine (Seeley) Thayer ’56 Thayer Brothers Deli The Jacob Henry Mansion Estate The Raymond Group Ms. Debra R. Themig ’02 Mrs. Kimberly A. Thomas ’06 Mr. Gerald Thompson ’77 Ms. Susan D. Thompson ’17 Ms. Mary J. (Funk) Thuma ’62 Mrs. Noreen T. (Kennedy) Tierney ’57

A Year of Service / 2017–2018

Mr Logan Timmons ’17 Tin Roof Ms. Cosima M. Tines ’07 Tips ’N Toes Mrs. Angela M. Todd ’00, ’13 Mrs. Patricia Tomac Mrs. Ruth (Kramer) Tomala ’74 Ms. Donna Tomasic Ms. Anne-Christine Tompkins ’14, ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tonelli (Florence Moore ’60) TransUnion Mr. Alan A. Trantina ’02 Mrs. Cecilia Trent ’15 Tri-K Supplies, Inc. Ms. Antonette Trinchese ’57 Mr. Isaac Triska Ms. Mary Trovato ’17 Mr. James L. Trudeau Ms. Diana Trujillo ’17 Mr. John M. Trusty ’75 Truth Financial Inc. Truth Restaurant Mrs. Phyllis A. Tschumper ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Turk (Celeste Konecny ’65) Ms. Gina M. Turro ’07 Mrs. Amanda A. (Helland) Twait ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Joshua J. Tyler (Kathryn R. Wrobel ’95) Ms. Terri Tyner ’73 Mr. Anthony Tyus ’78

U Mr. and Mrs. Chris Udouj Mr. and Mrs. James A. Ullian (Kathleen Tadey ’74) Ms. Arlene A. Ulrich ’60 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Uram Ms. Stacey A. Uremovic

V Mr. Gino J. Vaccarella Mrs. Kimberly A. Vaccaro ’10 Mr. Cody Vacik Ms. Evangeline Valdez-Corpuz ’16 Ms. Mary Valentino Ms. Melanie Van Sickle ’17 Mr. Justin Vandenburg ’17 Ms. Kierstin Vandenburg Mr. Adam R. Vander Woude ’95 Mr. Ken VandeWerken ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Vanisko ’86 (Susan Wolz ’86) Mrs. Mary J. (Bergan) Vann ’79 Ms. Vashni Patrice Vasquez ’17 Dr. Richard J. Vaughan Dr. and Mrs. David W. Veenstra

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Ms. Anne M. Verbic ’08 Mrs. Joann Verdeyen ’77 Mrs. Jane (Ebner) Verdino ’66 Mr. Jason Vertin Mrs. Marilyn R. (Beales) Viator ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Virgilio Victa Mr. Matthew Vidican ’17 Mrs. Nancy K. (Lander) Vidmar ’62 Village of Bolingbrook Ms. Violetta Villarreal-Berman ’17 Ms. Fabiola Villicana ’17 Mrs. Norma J. (Uremovic) Vilutis ’77 Mrs. Nellie Vinson ’78 Ms. Madison Viverito ’17 Ms. Martha Viveros ’17 Mrs. Catherine Vocu ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Eric B. Vogel Ms. Natalie Vogel Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Vogen ’93 (Tracey L. Carmack ’92) Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Voss Mrs. Barbara A. (Modaff) Votaw ’67 Mr. Dennis Vovos Dr. and Mrs. Gary F. Voyce (Beverly ’87)

W Ms. Marie A. (Schuch) Wagner ’87 Mrs. Debra A. Wahl ’97 Mrs. Diane Walker ’92 Mrs. Kelly A. (Douglas) Walker ’84, ’06 Ms. Shannon Walker ’17 Mrs. Patricia S. (Sullivan) Walkley ’80 Mrs. Doris A. (Pohl) Wallace ’48 Ms. Dallyce Wallace ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Walsh Ms. Roseann Walsh Mr. Scott M. Walton ’93 Mr. Tonghui Wang ’17 Mrs. Tami (Murphy) Wanless ’98 Mr. Michael L. Ward ’88 Mrs. Janet G. Ward ’90 Mrs. Doris V. (Glad) Warren ’67, ’98 Ms. Stewart Warren Mrs. Latisha S. Washington ’03 Mrs. Anne M. (Brady) Watson ’87 Dr. Barbara Watters ’79 and Dr. James H. Watters Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Webb (Mary Ellen Webb ’74) Ms. Ashley J. Webb ’13, ’17 Mr. Mark R. Weber Mr. Nicholas Weber ’06 and Ms. Michelle Weber Mrs. Anne J. (Hutchings) Webster ’50 Mrs. Marilyn Weeks ’92 Mr. Nicholas A. Weis ’91

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Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Weis ’90 (Donna Guderyahn ’91) Ms. Ashley Weis Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Weiss ’96 (Brandy Rutten ’96) Mrs. Kathleen M. (Doolin) Weiss ’68 Ms. Nora Weiss ’86 Dr. Tim Weldon Ms. Ruth Weldon Mrs. Carol A. Wells ’00 Mr. Ian Welsh ’17 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Wereldsma Wermer, Rogers, Doran & Ruzon Mr. James F. Werner ’00 Ms. Monica Werner ’17 Ms. Virginia R. Wessling ’81 Mr. and Mrs. David West Ms. Kara E. West ’13 Mrs. Kathryn M. Westlund Wheeler Law Firm, Ltd. Ms. Marilyn A. White ’81 Mr. Jason M. Whiteside ’00 Ms. Kathy N. Whiting ’05 Mrs. Sally B. (Busker) Whitley ’84 Dr. Ben B. Whitlock Mrs. Marjorie F. (Freiburg) Wiemels ’60 Mr. Dave Wiers Mr. and Mrs. David C. Wilhelmi ’88 (Margaret Sullivan ’86) Mr. Adam Wilke Mrs. Nancy M. Williams ’88 Ms. Melva M. Williams ’92 Mr. Jason Williams Ms. Mary Jo Willis ’70 Ms. Nicole Willis ’17 Ms. Taylor Wilmoth ’17 Mrs. Mona M. (Hilsabeck) Wilson ’68 Ms. Denise E. Winfrey Mrs. Karen E. (Germer) Wirka ’80 Mrs. Bonita M. (Henrisey) Wirth ’63 Mrs. Judith S. (Kollar) Wisinski ’69 Mr. Steven R. Witczak ’10, ’12 Mrs. Jeannine M. Witowski ’98 Dr. Jacqueline K. Wittke-Thompson Ms. Dana Wittl ’17 Mrs. Linda K. Woda ’91 Ms. Grace Wojcik ’17 Mr. Michael Wojcik Mrs. Loretta C. Wojtak ’73 Mrs. Joan (Bisenius) Woksa ’77 Dr. Linda L. Wolter Mr. Jim Wong Mr. Jeremy C. Woolman ’96 Mrs. Joan V. (Payton) Workman ’96 Ms. Laura A. Wozniak Dr. and Mrs. James D. Wright Ms. Diane Wright Mr. Terrence Wrona Ms. Donna M. Wysock ’75 Mr. Joseph T. Wysocki

Y Ms. Pauline M. Yatsko ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Gezae Ydnekew ’03, ’05 (Kathleen Hecht ’05) Mrs. Karleen (Meents) Yohnka ’70 Mr. Edward C. Young, Jr. ’95 Ms. Sharlene Young ’07 Sr. Mary Jo Young, O.S.F., Ph.D. ’66 Mr. Daniel G. Younker ’07, ’08 Mr. David W. Younker ’05 Mrs. Barbara S. (Tandecki) Yug ’90 Ms. Sharon A. Yuska ’06, ’08

Z Mrs. Patricia K. (Sherman) Zajac ’65 Ms. Margaret M. Zak ’96 Ms. Alissa Zanelli ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Zech, Jr. (Paula Martin ’92) Mrs. Trina M. Zeitz Mr. Nicholas J. Zelinski ’11 Ms. Stephanie Zelinski ’16 Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Zelinski ’84 (Debra A. Korczak ’83) Sr. Dolores Zemont, O.S.F. Dr. Ling-Yi Zhou Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Zier Ms. Casey Zimmerman ’17 Mrs. Lya E. Zinn ’77 Ms. Sonia Zizumbo ’17 Ms. Amber T. Zukowski ’13 Mrs. Joan J. (Reckendorf) Zupec ’85 Ms. Karen Zwicky ’16

Gifts In Kind Barnes & Noble at St. Francis Barolo Ristorante Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bellah ’82 (Patricia Banks ’83) Mr. and Mrs. Don Bersano Mr. Michael Bily & Ms. Christy Ford Mr. and Mrs. George R. Block ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Bone ’92 Mr. and Mrs. William F. Burich Friar Johnpaul Cafiero, O.S.M CDW Cemeno’s Pizza Cereus Graphics, Inc. Chicago Bears Ms. Patricia A. Cipriani ’54 Mr. Joshua Coleman Comedy Sportz Chicago David Nelson Exquisite Jewelry, Inc. Dr. Elva M. Dawson, Ed.D. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Delrose Double J Sports Bar Mr. Thomas J. Dwyer, Jr.

Essence of Life First Community Bank Floral Events Francesca’s Restaurants Future Vectors, Inc Green Bay Packers Orlando V. Griego, Ph.D. Hamburgerseria Harrah’s Joliet Casino Hotel Mr. Matthew Hilding Sr. Mary Elizabeth Imler, O.S.F. Indianapolis Colts Dr. and Mrs. Arvid C. Johnson Joliet Country Club Joliet Park District Joliet Slammers Juliet’s Mrs. Dolores (Torres) Kenney ’56 Liberty Mutual Mr. Rich Lusk Martin Whalen Office Solutions, Inc. Meade Baltz Paints Mickey’s Tire & Service, Inc. Mistwood Golf Club Morris Country Club Morton’s Steakhouse Mayor and Mrs. Robert O’Dekirk Opera House Steak and Seafood Palmer Florist, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Panayotovich Mr. Josh L. Peterson ’07 Portillo’s Restaurant Group Prime Time Marketing Providence Bank & Trust Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Qualio (Stephanie ’05) Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Randich ’79 (Ann Reedy ’80) Mr. Michael F. Rittof Mr. and Mrs. James M. Roolf Sassi Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Scheuber ’95 (Kathleen ’80, ’87) Sentinus, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Sleckman Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Slocum Sodexo, Inc. & Affiliates Tallgrass Restaurant Thayer Brothers Deli Tim Wallace Landscape Supply Company, Inc. Tin Roof Truth Restaurant Turk Furniture Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Vana Village of Bolingbrook Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Webb (Mary Ellen Webb ’74) Ms. Kara E. West ’13 *deceased


Three Oaks Legacy Society

Anonymous ’46, ’49, ’52, ’52, ’53, ’61, ’61, ’61, 62, ’63, ’65, ’66, ’68, ’68, ’69 ’71, ’74, ’81, ’84, ’92, ’06 ’09 Mr. Thomas B. Adams Mrs. Marilyn (Schmotzer) Auth ’48 Mrs. Jo Ann (McDonald) Barber ’52 Mr. and Mrs. William C. Benoit (Margaret Kennedy ’69) Mrs. Kay (Cox) Bissonnette ’46 Ms. Mary Kay (Softcheck) Blake ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Blessent Mr. George R. ’79 and Regina Block Mrs. Marlene (Stepaniak) Bremmer ’59 Mr. LaVerne* and Mrs. Dorothy Brown Mr. Richard L. Chavez Mrs. Sally (Terman) Cohan ’71 Mrs. Marcy (Moloney) Cromley ’68 Mr. and Mrs. John W.* D’Arcy (Jeanette O’Donnell ’49) Mrs. Mary Ann (Bonkowski) Duderstadt ’68 Mrs. Ardith (Davis) Efner ’70 Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Juster (Mary Lou Lechowich ’66) Mr. and Mrs. John Kender (Carol Vischak ’70)

Three Oaks Legacy Society

Mrs. Dolores (Torres) Kenney ’56

members support the

Mr. John H. Leach (Cecily*)

university’s mission and

Miss Rose E. Mancuso

vision by including the

Mrs. Anna Louise Masching ’46

University of St. Francis in

Mr. Vincent K. McGirr

their estate and financial

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moore

plans up to May 31, 2017.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Murphy (Marianne Herringer ’62) Mrs. Frances (Tures) Naal ’58

For more information, visit

Mrs. Esther (Heimann) Norrenberns ’59

stfrancis.edu/support

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Peifer (Margaret Connor ’61) Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ross (Mary Cushing ’57) Mr. and Mrs. David Sandahl (Marcille Pasdertz ’67) Ms. Marlene A. Skau ’98 Ms. Cheryl (Schroeder) Stepney ’70 Ms. Cecilia A. Trizna-Vargo ’59 Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Turk (Celeste Konecny ’65) Mr. Duane R. Walker (MaryAnne Krawchuck* ’70) Mr. James E. Walsh (Donna M. Kaminski* ’64) Mr. Matthew E. Wetstein ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wheeler (Patricia Sexton ’67) Mrs. Marjorie F. (Freiburg) Wiemels ’60 Mrs. Margie (Benoit) Wilson ’45 Mrs. Lee Ann (Heidenbluth) Wozniak ’45 *deceased

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Financial Statements Years ended May 31, 2017 and 2016

S TAT E M E N T O F F I N A N C I A L P O S I T I O N

S TAT E M E N T O F A C T I V I T I E S

ASSETS 2017 2016

REVENUES, GAINS, AND OTHER SUPPORT

Cash and Cash Equivalents

Tuition and Fees

$

Receivables

5,930,177

$

4,616,497

10,410,043

11,079,487

411,906

467,998

Prepaid Expenses & Other Assets

Restricted Cash & Investments

Other Investments

17,233,478

16,235,069

Property and Equipment (Net of Depreciation) 55,626,303

48,798,604

Benefitical Interest in Trust

8,421,547

2017

$ 62,652,999

Less Scholarships and Aid (20,144,854) (19,385,188) Net Tution and Fees 42,508,145

40,864,639

Contributions

2,084,987

6,346,948

Grants and Contracts

743,190

852,591

Distribution from Trusts Held by Others

144,381

138,071

Investment Return

761,139

215,804

Auxiliary Expenses

4,126,457

3,862,714

Other Income

1,084,050

1,303,263

15,597,441

2,428,262

2,307,036

Total Assets 100,461,716

99,102,132

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

Total Revenues, Gains, and Other Support 51,452,349

Liabilities

Accounts Payable

2,025,711

1,932,580

Accrued Expenses

3,141,741

2,874,197

Borrowing on Revolving Line of Credit

Deferred Revenue

—

4,115,851

Other Liabilities

1,329,167

Debt-related Liabilities

39,651,848

U.S. Goverment Student Loan Funds

2,000,000

4,616,974 1,375,527

40,791,473

997,427

1,043,652

Total Liabilities 51,261,745 54,634,403

Unrestricted

33,405,318

Temporarily Restricted

6,790,422

Permanently Restricted

9,004,231

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

$ 100,461,716

Instruction

17,416,479

Academic Support

7,356,380

Student Services

9,445,972

10,358,789

Auxiliary Expenses

4,052,118

17,117,493 8,771,430 4,203,106

40,450,818

Institutional Support

8,669,383

8,047,659

704,302

849,152

Total Expenses 47,644,634

49,347,629

6,315,149

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS BEFORE OTHER

8,685,356

REVENUES (EXPENSES)

29,467,224

3,807,715

4,236,401

44,467,729 $ 99,102,132

OTHER REVENUES (EXPENSES) Loss on Disposals of Property

(589,290)

(135,529)

Unrealized Investment Gain (loss)

952,007

(632,920)

Unrealized Loss on Real Estate

(177,000)

(200,000)

Change in Fair Value of Interest Swap

620,734

(284,636)

Change in Value of Split Interest Agreements

118,076

(186,843)

Total Other Revenues (Expenses)

924,527

CHANGE IN NET ASSETS

4,732,242

NET ASSETS, END OF YEAR

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Total Educational Program Services 38,270,949

NET ASSETS, BEGINNING OF YEAR 44,467,729

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53,584,030

EXPENSES

Fundraising Expenses Net Assets

Total Net Assets 49,199,971

2016

$ 60,249,827

$ 49,199,971

(1,439,928)

2,796,473

41,671,256 $ 44,467,729


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Engaging Mind & Spirit  

The official magazine of University of St. Francis 2017-2018, Issue 2

Engaging Mind & Spirit  

The official magazine of University of St. Francis 2017-2018, Issue 2