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school news

TABLE OF CONTENTS

03-13 We must remember...

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That each one of our children is destined for a mission in life.

school news Career Day Spotlight / Gloria Dei / A Night to Remember / The Year in Photos

feature story Mary Callahan Erdoes, a 1985 graduate of Woodlands Academy, has more than made her mark in the financial world. As chief of J.P. Morgan Asset Management, this Sacred Heart woman is fast becoming one of the banking world's most influential people.

Neither we nor they can know what it is, but we must know and make them believe that each is bound to find out what it is.

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There is some special work for God which will remain undone unless she does it.

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around woodlands Around the Woodlands Halls: A glimpse inside the halls of Woodlands Academy.

Alumnae news & notes Catching Up! / In Memoriam

Janet Erskine Stuart, rscj

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Report of Giving 2010-2011

on our cover:

Mary Callahan Erdoes '85

Mary Callahan Erdoes spends a quiet moment with her daughter, Mason, on the Convent of the Sacred Heart campus in New York City.

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A Letter from the Head of School —

Dear Woodlands Families, Friends, & Alumnae, Meet our Career Day 2012 speakers!

The end of the calendar year reminds us that it is time to think about our accomplishments, reflect upon what we did not complete, and anticipate the brightness

760 East Westleigh Road,

of a new year and an equally hopeful future. It is fitting that this issue of Coeur à Coeur

Lake Forest IL, 60045

is published in the New Year. We decided wrap up the year in order to share with you

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Career Day Spotlight

highlights of the year closing and also thank you for your generosity of time, talent, and treasure in your collaborative work with us and with the Religious of the Sacred Heart in making the loving heart of Christ known in the world. That mission which the Religious

Editor: aNGELA REITER, Director of Marketing

share with us is significant, especially when we listen to the needs of the world in which

susan morrison '69

kate bateman '04

Angela Reiter

Founding member of Women Moving Millions, Susan Morrison

A graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Science

Mary Ryan

serves as Trustee at Chicago Foundation for Women, Women’s

in Mechanical Engineering, Kate Bateman '04 works for Shell Oil

Sports Foundation and the Shedd Aquarium. Susan Morrison is a

as a drilling engineer. After spending eighteen months as a drilling

former advertising executive with DDB Needham in Chicago and

foreman on a natural gas rig in Wyoming, Bateman now provides

Photography:

Darcy MacManus Masius in London. She is currently a Trustee of

administrative supporting to rigs. Bateman currently travels more

Andrew Campbell

the Women’s Sports Foundation in New York, where she has served

than half the year attending training classes, conferences, and visiting

on various committees including Marketing & Communications,

the field. As a drilling engineer, her main responsibility is well design,

Governance, and a special task force for expanding their grass roots,

in addition to providing drilling support to foremen.

we find ourselves. Your gifts to Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart ensure that

Contributing Writers:

we continue our 153-year tradition of educating young women to become tomorrow’s leaders as they also serve the community in which they live and work. Janet Erskine Stuart reminds us that each of us is called to some special work in life – a work that only we can do. Our Sacred Heart education at Woodlands helps girls discern what that work might be. By engaging them in a rigorous education that

Maura Chamberlin Mary Frances Bragiel ’83

challenges heart, mind, body, and soul to strive beyond whatever limits they perceive,

Jim Newberry

we encourage and guide them to experience an array of courses and activities with the

Ingrid Bonne

conviction that something will hit that mark that makes her say, “This is my passion!”

and generous members and friends of the Woodlands Academy community

Janet Stuart also reminds us that this special work that each of us does for God will not happen if we choose not to respond to His invitation. Providing an exciting, 21st

Design: gRIP DESIGN

Century education that is rooted in the best practices and research about educating young women for their tomorrow enables each of our girls to make that profound statement, “Yes! I am ready!”

Administration: Gerald J. Grossman, Head of School Kathleen Creed ’91, Director of Admission

award-winning, national GoGirlGo! program. Susan is also a former Trustee of Lake Forest Academy, a current Trustee of The Chicago Foundation for Women and a founding member of Women Moving Millions, a philanthropic initiative of the Women’s Funding Network in San Francisco. Also active in Chicago’s

& Financial Aid

There are many exciting things for you to read in this issue of Coeur à Coeur. The cover

civic community, Susan serves on the Board of Shedd Aquarium and

Laura Curley, Director of Advancement

story features Mary Callahan Erdoes '85. We are very proud of Mary’s accomplishments.

Madonna Lee Edmunds, Principal

the Women’s Board of Lyric Opera of Chicago. She is also a member

Not only is she among the most influential women in the world of business, she

Barbara Keilwitz, Director of Finance & Operations

balances a distinguished career with an equally important career as mother. Mary is

Angela Reiter, Director of Marketing

focused and disciplined and a true women of courage and confidence as she tackles

Christine Schmidt, Dean of Students

significant challenges in a troubled global economy. In that true Sacred Heart way, Mary never compromises poise and grace while remaining strong and determined. Not only are we proud of what Mary has achieved, we are also proud of the woman she is today. We congratulate Mary for taking into the world of business the values of the Sacred

of Civic Leaders for Science at The Museum of Science & Industry.

Board of Trustees: Lori W. Reyes, Chair

margarget mullen '73 Judge Margaret Mullen is the Presiding Judge of the Law Division of the 19th Judicial Circuit in Lake County. On the bench in Lake County

David A. Borosh

Heart, and we thank her for letting us tell her story in our magazine. What a role model

since 1992, she has served as Chief Judge, and has heard all types of

Candida M. Casey

she is for our young women at Woodlands!

Susan M. Craft ‘64

cases, including traffic, juvenile, divorce, and chancery.

Our 211-year Sacred Heart education, while holding fast to essential values and traditions, continues to adapt to the changing needs of the world in which our girls live and also positions them well for the world that awaits them. Like Mary Callahan Erdoes,

D. Alan Denton

A 1980 graduate with distinction from the John Marshall Law School,

Anna Cohn Donnelly

Judge Mullen is often faculty for judicial education and has taught at

Christine Barry Elliott

the College of Lake County. She lives in Lake Bluff with her husband,

Ralph J. Elwart

Frank Springer, and together they have 6 children.

each of them will have the tools she needs to embrace every challenge that she meets

Nancy K. Finn, RSCJ

and transform that world into one that serves others.

Susan C. Goodman

convent life in the New World, St. Madeleine Sophie wrote, “Times change, and we must change with them and adapt our ways.” Our education is dynamic and the “life

glacéau, the premiere water brand in the Coca-Cola portfolio. Within this role she has worked on the successful global expansion of glacéau vitaminwater and smartwater into 21 markets. As part of the glacéau team, Kate has orchestrated major content generating events, including a global activation at the prestigious 2011 Cannes Film in London. Prior to joining The Coca-Cola Company, Kate managed day-today marketing and public relations for clients such as PEDIGREE Food for Dogs, Campbell’s, Bayer Animal Health, and Oscar Mayer at Weber Shandwick. Kate started her career at Edelman Public Relations, where she gained experience in the field of retail, working for major retailers like Sears and Wal-Mart. Kate graduated from Saint Mary’s of Notre Dame and holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and communications. She and her husband David reside in Atlanta with their daughter Charlotte and two very spoiled dogs.

Nancy C. Kehoe, RSCJ

In 1831, when St. Rose Philippine Duchesne was struggling with some challenges of

Kate Hartman is the global public relations senior manager for

Festival – and is currently gearing up for the 2012 Summer Olympics

Gerald J. Grossman, Head of School

Shaylyn Cullen

kate hartman '00

Mark C. Kendall Zachary D. Lazar, Jr.

Career Day 2012 will be held on

M. Margaret (Peggy) McDonnell, RSCJ M. Julie McKinley ‘74

lived” on Westleigh Road is one filled with energy, excitement, hope, and focus. Amid

the Woodlands Academy campus

Francis J. Oelerich III

the busy pace of our life, we make time for silence. We cultivate a heart that values

J. Michael Patterson

on Friday, March 9th.

reflection so we can discern what it is we are called to do. I hope you enjoy this issue of

Mary K. Swift

Coeur à Coeur and find in these pages parts of yourself in the stories and images you read and see as you are forever a Child of the Sacred Heart.

Mary H. Weiss ‘66 Barbara J. Wood-Prince (Noroton ‘54) Willard L. Woods, Jr. Suzanne F. Reynolds, Trustee Emerita

Blessing for the New Year,

Corrections from the Last Issue:

Susan Morrison ’69

kate bateman ’04

Jenni Flint’s name was misspelled in A Dream Come True.

gerald j. grossman, Head of School

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Meghan Kelley MacKinnon’s daughter was inadvertently edited out of the photo in Catching Up!

maragaret mullin ’73

kate hartman ’00


By

Mary Frances Bragiel ‘83

For six years, the Old Main building on the former Barat campus has been without utilities, leaving the structure in serious disrepair.

Gloria Dei “It really has become another whole exciting layer to our lives at Woodlands.” Gerald Grossman, Head of School, describing the anonymous donation of the twenty-three acre Barat property to Woodlands Academy.

The Board of Trustees learned, roughly two weeks before Christmas, that

questions than concerns, especially from members of the Lake Forest

the donors had exercised their right to purchase the property. One week

Historic Preservation Foundation. At issue was the fate of “Old Main,” the

later the transaction closed, making the property across the ravine part of

177-thousand square foot building off Westleigh Road that has been without

Woodlands Academy. “I kept praying a lot, because, if you look at our

utilities for nearly six years. In serious disrepair, it was clear that the

net worth, we were in no position to purchase the property. No way

building needed to be demolished, and, in addition, the razing of Old Main

could we have purchased the property,” said attorney Ralph Elwart, a

was a condition of the benefactors. But the Foundation voted against that

long-time Trustee who served six years as Board Chair and who has been

option, which Elwart says was expected. After discussing other options,

working closely with the school regarding the legal issues. He, along with

which included changing the boundaries of the Historic District, the issue

the rest of the Board, remained optimistic about acquiring the prime piece

then moved to the Lake Forest City Council, which approved the measure

of Lake Forest property, which has also been the talk of the North Shore

to change the boundaries.

since Barat was closed by DePaul University in 2005.

So what will become of the “gift?” Grossman said, “We are committed to

Shortly thereafter, the Barat property was sold to a local developer who

using that campus to extend and enhance the Sacred Heart mission.”

had hopes of creating a townhouse and single-family development. The

That could mean enhancing the school’s athletic or performing arts

economic collapse in 2008 changed everything, forcing the developer into

programs, or even using the campus for another school. Both gentlemen

bankruptcy and the bank into foreclosing. Several bids were received after

were quick to point out that the “gift” came as a complete surprise, so

the property was put on the market by the bank, and the benefactors were

instead of making a quick decision, several task forces and committees have

able to acquire the property. The names of those donors have remained the

been formed to aid in the exploration of options.

best kept secret in and around Lake Forest, which prompted this comment from Elwart: “I think a lot of people are spending a lot of time trying to figure out who the donors are. Of course, what the Board is focused on is how best to use the astounding gift of this property.”

Meanwhile, life has changed at Woodlands. “This is nothing short of lifechanging for the school. That is why we have to be particularly careful where we’re going with it,” Elwart said. “The Board is being so wise about this," Grossman added, "because the 23 members recognize that

The “gift,” as it is referred to around the school, faced hurdles before

before we do anything to that campus, we want to do our due diligence,

it became the property of Woodlands. In September, a public hearing

we want to do our feasibility studies.”

was held which, to the surprise of Grossman and Elwart, included more

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Reunion 2011

A Night to Remember

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onway Farms in Lake Forest played host to Reunion 2011, as members of classes ending in ones and sixes rekindled

friendships and reminisced over their plaid-filled Woodlands days. Reunion weekend kicked off on September 30th with the Head of School’s Alum Reception. Special Reunion guest Fran de la Chapelle, RSCJ, mingled with faculty, staff, and alums in an evening full of stories and laughter. Prior to the October 1st Reunion dinner celebration, alums attended Mass in the Woodlands Academy chapel. Later, attendees spent the evening scouring over yearbooks and embellishing stories as they strolled down memory lane at Reunion dinner. Also on hand were many current and former faculty and staff members of Woodlands Academy, including Head of School Gerald Grossman, Principal Madonna Edmunds, Dr. Richard Scheiber, and Marsha Marko. To view and order pictures from Reunion 2011, visit our website at woodlandsacademy.org. Pictures can also be found in the Alumnae Gallery section of the website.

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Woodlands Hosts Local Middle School Girls at Mathalon

The Power of Dreams

The Woodlands Academy Mathematics Department hosted a

Nearly $377,000 was raised for Woodlands Academy at the 38th

Mathalon for middle school girls in January on the Woodlands

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Academy campus. The second year event originated as part of Celebrating Women in Science, the school’s 2010-2011 focus commemorating the new Science Center. The Mathalon challenged students in several events, including estimating the number of M&Ms in a jar, playing Math Bingo on an iPad, and drawing images using only a fellow teammate's description. Awards were given to the top five finishers at the event’s conclusion. Northbrook Middle School took First Place, Lake Forest Country Day

annual Congé. Titled The Power of Dreams, over 190 parents, alums and friends gathered at Knollwood Country Club in Lake Forest to celebrate and support the Woodlands Academy mission. Under the direction of auctioneer Lee Danhauer, guests went head to head in bidding wars during the live auction for items ranging from Chicago Blackhawsk Skybox tickets, dinner with former Woodlands parent Mike Leonard, Bears/Packers football tickets, and premier parking for their daughter. Many also raised paddles in support of Fund A Scholarship, which

School earned Second Place, and St. James School came in Third.

garnered $161,000 for students in need of financial assistance.

Woodlands created this event to encourage young girls to pursue

Kudos to co-chairs Jan Elwart, mother of Charlotte ’11, and

studies in Mathematics. The opportunity also gave students the chance to compete against groups of their peers.

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Members of the winning Mathalon team from Northbrook Middle School pose with their trophy alongside Mathematics Department

faculty members (from left, back row) Jennifer Yost, Rocco

Gargiulo,

and Vicki Browne.

Mary Dill, mother of Leslie ’12, and their extraordinary team of volunteers for organizing a marvelous event to support Woodlands Academy students!

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Heather Kotlarz

is all smiles with daughter Annie ’14

at the 38th annual Congé. The Power of Dreams committee (from left): Sheila Dorman, Jeanmarie Olson, Maryellen Lovell, Conge co-chairs

Mary Dill Kotlarz.

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Alums Reconnect in the Big Apple The Woodlands Academy Alumnae Association hosted their first

Kaleidoscope, Microscope Win Big at Annual Heritage Festival

annual reception for New York area alumnae on September 8, 2011 at Convent of the Sacred Heart 91st Street. More than 30 alumnae from New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey

Woodlands Academy’s prestigious performing choirs, Kaleidoscope

coveted “Music Maestro” award for her outstanding work with this

The student director position spotlights the leadership opportunities

and Microscope, received top honors at the Heritage Festival national

group of ten girls. Their performance numbers included Mon C

within our music program and speaks highly of not only the director,

competition held in Washington D.C. in May. Under the direction of

oeur Se Recommande a Vous by Russell Robinson, Shir Ha-Shirim

but also the remaining nine members who work together diligently to

Elizabeth Kurowski, the 25-member Kaleidoscope received a Gold/

by Yehudi Wyner and Faith Is the Bird That Feels the Light by

produce ‘Gold Standard’ performances.”

September of 2012. The Woodlands Academy Alumnae Association

Superior rating in the Treble Choir division, and were honored with an

Elizabeth Alexander.

Heritage Festival judge, Dr. Stan Engebretson from George Mason

WA alums meet in their school!

Invitation to the Festival of Gold for the 2011-2012 school year for their performance of How Will I Go Without Ye? by Andrea Klouse, Dance On My Heart by Allen Koepke and Homeland by Z. Randall Stroope. Caroline Kagan ’12 was awarded one of three “Music Maestro” awards given for her outstanding solo included in the selection by Andrea Klouse. Woodlands’ student-directed a cappella choir, Microscope, under the direction of Kaitlin Donnelly ‘11, received a Gold/Superior rating in the Chamber Choir/Madrigal Choir division, and were also honored with an invitation to the Festival of Gold for the 2011-2012 school year. Throughout her senior year at Woodlands, Donnelly was solely responsible for rehearsing and leading the 10-member ensemble’s performance. Her hard work paid off when she, too, received the

Reflecting on Kaleidoscope’s outstanding accomplishments at the

University commented: “What an incredibly beautiful group you are.

festival, Kurowski had nothing but high praise for her students.

Under the direction of Mrs. Kurowski, you have tremendous power,

“Each year our groups work very hard and strive for excellence in their performances. I am very pleased with the Gold ratings for both of our groups, and continue to see the outstanding musicianship and commitment that our young ladies put into each and every performance.” Kurowski’s praises continued for Donnelly and the other members of Microscope. “The festival judges are always extremely complimentary towards our student director of Microscope and often find it difficult to believe that such excellence is exhibited by a student-only group.

dynamic amplitude, beautiful vocal production and tremendous intonation and color, with flexibility of tempo and interpretation. You are getting some phenomenal effects and it is apparent that wonderful vocal training is presented in this performance by these outstanding young ladies.”

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responded to the event. Woodlands plans to provide this opportunity again for Woodlands Alumnae to network with each other in thanks the gracious hosts at Convent of the Sacred Heart for allowing

Please contact Maura Chamberlin, Alumnae Coordinator, if you would like to be involved either as a host or a sponsor. An invitation is extended to all Woodlands Academy Alumnae to visit New York and join us in renewing friendships and enjoying other alumnae you have yet to meet!

Kaleidoscope members performed beautifully to win multiple

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awards at the national Heritage Festival in May.

New York City.

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Amy McCready ’94

(left) and Elizabeth Casey O’Brien ’95

took time to catch up at the Woodlands Academy Alum event in

(from left) Dr. Bridget Weishaar ’92, Margaret Gramins ’95,

and Pat Colbert ’69 attended the September alum event

held at Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City.


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Inaugural Woodlands Academy Robotics Team Snags Top Awards Fifteen students joined physics teacher Matt Wilen’s new Robotics Club in early Fall 2011. Two months later, the enthusiastic group engineered their way to triumph and distinction in their first regional tournament and is now headed to state! The only all-girl team in the 18-team competition, Woodlands Academy finished the FIRST ® Tech Challenge regional tournament with the number one ranked individual robot and second best alliance. Woodlands also finished in the top three for three different awards based on innovation, design, ingenuity, spirit, and enthusiasm. For taking on challenges well beyond the program, Woodlands brought home the “Inspire Award,” FTC’s most prestigious award. It is based on match performance, interviews, the engineering notebook, and consideration for other awards. “It was a great opportunity to be the only all-girls team. Parents of

Catherine Wanandi ’12 Leads Relief for Japan Fundraiser

students on other teams were so excited for us—they were cheering us on,” said senior Tri-Captain Jennifer Rush. Senior Tri-Captain Cora Ives and junior Bridgett Riverol loved it when the entire Woodlands

Winter Wonderwalk The Woodlands Academy Mothers Club hosted the 16th annual Winter Wonderwalk. The festive event featured a house walk of homes in Lake Forest, as well as a boutique and the Idea House, a spectacular home highlighting great decorating, gifting, and entertaining ideas and for

The connection to Japan is quite personal for Naomi Ewing,

Catherine contacted businesses and friends of the school soliciting

team spontaneously broke into song with every verse of “Don’t

Woodlands’ Director of College Counseling.

donations for the cause, and she emailed a PowerPoint presentation

Stop Believing.”

Christmas and the New Year. Renowned chef Jay Lovell of Lovell’s

The students designed and built a robot robust enough to push a

House guests.

Her mother’s close friend Emi Yamazaki, has a niece who lived in Otsuchi, Japan on March 11, 2011, the day the earthquake and tsunami struck the small village in the northern part of the country.

to potential donors to encourage their support. Her efforts paid off and the response has been extraordinary. Relief for Japan has already received over $16,000 in donations from as far off as Asia, and around

bowling ball uphill, yet agile enough to pick up racquetballs, place the

the United States.

racquetballs into crates, then stack the crates. The team members

tsunami, and Emi’s niece, Yuiko Yamazaki, survived by climbing out

The surprise highlight of the evening was a personal thank you

sensors, game controllers, wireless communications, and metal gears,

a car window after being swept out to sea. Following catastrophic

from Emi Yamazaki and from Naomi’s parents, Toshio and Yoshiko

then built their robots using engineering principles and real-world

devastation and tremendous human loss, enormous challenges still

Tsuzuki, all three of whom flew in from New Jersey to express their

math and science concepts. The students planned their strategies to

remain for this small coastal community.

deep gratitude to Woodlands Academy for the school’s support of the

effectively prepare for an exciting sports model of competition.

Emi’s sister, mother, brother-in-law, and his wife all perished in the

In keeping with Goal III of the Sacred Heart Goals and Criteria, which

began with a kit which included professional quality software, motors,

Otsuchi community.

Woodlands Academy’s Robotics Team includes seniors and team

calls schools of the Sacred Heart to commit themselves to educate to a

While the dinner and talent show event was open only to Woodlands

Tri-Captains Katelyn Hughes, Cora Ives, and Jennifer Rush; juniors

social awareness which impels to action, Woodlands students rallied to

families, Relief for Japan welcomes donations from anyone concerned

Emily Bartusiak, Bridget Bourbon, Alexis Gonzalez, Mercedes Jasso,

help rebuild the Otsuchi school system. A service project of this nature

about this important cause.

Hayley Lovell, Kiara McKinley, Bridgett Riverol, Emma Rodriguez,

is a step toward transforming society and strengthening intercultural fabric on a 21st century global scale.

The town of Otsuchi was profiled recently in a 60 Minutes segment titled, “Sister Cities after the Tsunami.” Scenes of pre- and post-

On Thursday, October 27, under the student leadership of Catherine

tsunami Otsuchi are included, and the segment is available for viewing

Wanandi ’12, Woodlands Academy sponsored the Relief for Japan

on the program’s website.

fundraiser. Netty Wanandi, Catherine’s mother, prepared an Asian menu for this family-friendly evening of community dinner followed by a student talent show. 250 guests enjoyed dinner, the company

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Catherine Wanandi ’12

(left) and her mother Netty enjoyed

the huge turnout for the Relief for Japan fundraiser.

and Alexandra Vela; sophomore Dan Lin Huang; and freshmen

of Lake Forest was also on hand to cook and provide recipes to Idea

The housewalk featured some of the most historically and architecturally significant properties in Lake Forest. Decorated for the holiday season, these majestic homes gave Wonderwalk guests a glimpse of elegance often reserved for another era. The boutique, held on the Woodlands Academy campus, provided shoppers with a wide array of unique gifts and decorative items from over 40 select vendors. The Mothers Club of Woodlands Academy sponsors the event annually to benefit Woodlands Academy’s scholarship funds. This year’s event took in more than $85,000!

Laura Bartusiak and Gabriela Reid. Physics teacher Matt Wilen

Many thanks to all those who generously supported Winter

is moderator.

Wonderwalk, especially the Woodlands Academy Mothers Club, who

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Members of the inaugural Woodlands Academy Robotics team celebrated a strong showing in the regional competition. The

only all girl team in the eighteen member field, WA Robotics had the number one ranked individual robot and the second best alliance.

of one another’s families, and the performance talents of

The team also earned the “Inspire Award,” FTC Robotic’s most

Woodlands students.

prestigious award.

gave of their time and talent to make the event such a huge success!

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Pam Kendall

(left, mother of Abby ‘14 and Breanna ’12) and

Mary Oelerich

(mother of Megan ’14 and Madeline ’12) served

as the 2011 Winter Wonderwalk Co-Chairs.


Empire State of Mind

Mary Frances Bragiel ‘83 By

These three Woodlands Academy alums have more than the Big Apple in common. Grounded in their Sacred Heart roots, these women make the competitive concrete jungle of New York City their personal playgrounds.

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Learning to make it work

Two young women making their mark in New York City credit

Woodlands with the confidence they carry to make it in the Big Apple.

Mary Callahan Erdoes, a 1985 graduate of

“WA girls are lucky because they’re being sent out in this world with a really firm base and not everyone gets that. I see them taking risks just putting themselves out there, pushing themselves to succeed, and I think that is a unique trait.”

“The way you have to learn to get along,” adding that the school set up an environment where diplomacy and friendships were just as important as academia “you have to learn to make it work.” Gramins is a 1995 graduate and her mother currently serves as Woodlands’ campus minister and religion teacher. Meg is currently the Vice President of Card Services and Strategy Projects at JP Morgan Chase. A 1999 graduate of Georgetown University, Gramins

Woodlands Academy, is testament to that kind of success.

Lake Forest native Gwendolyn Boyce is a 1998 Woodlands graduate

points to a volunteer stint at the White House in the Office of

and is currently employed as a brand manager at Heineken USA. The

Presidential Personnel as an opportunity that she may have not come

Recently labeled Wall Street’s “One Trillion Dollar

31 year-old credits the school’s small class size and strong teacher/

across had it not been for fellow WA graduate and friend Whitney

Woman” and ranked #74 as the World’s Most Powerful

student relationship as one of the reasons she was able to succeed at

Staley, also a Georgetown University alum. “I would have never

the University of Illinois in Champaign, and the University of Virginia,

had the opportunity had it not been for Whitney and our shared

Darden Graduate School where she received her MBA in 2007.

connection at Woodlands. It was a great experience to have on

Women by Forbes, Erdoes is currently chief of J.P. Morgan Asset Management, overseeing $1.3 trillion dollars.

Let’s be honest— New York City is intimidating.

Not “can be” or “slightly,” but, simply put, the city that never sleeps is intimidating. True New Yorkers know what they’re up against. A Midwestern girl may not. But throw in a Sacred Heart education, and the chance for success is that much greater.

44-year-old says the day she walked into Woodlands she just knew

before she was born. “Walking in and seeing the religious artifacts

she was in the right place. “Just the warmth and comfort,” she

brought me back to the statue that I saw each morning while

remembers. “Just like what my children have at 91st Street.”

heading into Woodlands.”

environment that Erdoes believes helped her through Georgetown

CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase, Erdoes has been the subject of numerous

her career. “I think people who go through the Sacred Heart

newspaper and magazine articles. While clearly humbled by the

system are incredibly lucky people who should never take that

media recognition, she quickly points to the influence of her boss

for granted.”

upbringing for her success in an industry that has few women at her level. “That foundation for sure is a very large part of why I am who I am.”

34 year-old Margaret Gramins thinks back to homeroom at Woodlands when talking about her ability to move away from her hometown of Deerfield to a city where she knew very few people.

Headmistress Sister Frances de la Chapelle as a mentor, or

and it certainly influenced my ability to learn and succeed in high school, as well as prepared me for what I did in college, and afterwards," admits Gramins. And Boyce admits to being frustrated that having that time to develop your personality, interests, and confidence in a setting primarily focused on the growth of women is truly a priviledge.”

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“extraordinary person,” as she refers to her. “She offered me the opportunity to take advanced classes at Barat and always

in Wilmette and comes from a long line of Sacred Heart alumnae, a

this was the ideal mindset for success in the investment banking

legacy which began, she says, with her grandmother one hundred

industry. Erdoes was a mathematics major at Georgetown. In fact, she was the

As we sat at the Convent of the Sacred Heart at 91st Street in New

only female to complete a math major at the Washington, D.C. school

York City, talking over coffee about our Sacred Heart experience

at the time. She says early on she knew that a career, married or not,

and how it can shape a girl’s life, Mary Erdoes’ eight- and seven-

was what she would pursue. After getting an entry level financial

year-old daughters were upstairs absorbing that experience. Erdoes’

position, she worked at two other smaller firms before joining J.P.

four-year-old, Mason, who sat with us, was set to start nursery school

Morgan in 1996. Erdoes time and time again credits the supportive

at 91st Street the following week. “There is so much in common

environment at Woodlands and Sister de la Chapelle as reasons for

between Woodlands and this school, from the uniforms to the

her success. “You need people to say, ‘I understand the long-

plays to the safe feeling you have when you enter—it’s all a feeling

term consequences for making all of this happen, and it’s

of being home.” In fact, just like the Lake Forest Sacred Heart

going to be worth it.’” That message was clearly heard by Mary

campus, the New York atmosphere is a “welcoming environment”

Callahan Erdoes.

that engages the students to continue learning and achieving r a m in Meg G / coeur Á coeur

the school is a path towards success. "It was a huge selling point

M a ry F r a nces

credits all of her teachers, but more specifically points to former

challenged me to reach as high as possible.” And some might say

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create that same atmosphere, which is one more reason they believe

at times with no boys around but now says, “Looking back, I realized

While not everyone experiences a mentor in high school, Mary

The mother of three young girls, Mary Callahan Erdoes was raised

years ago.

confidence, both women concede a coed school doesn’t necessarily

time visitor, despite her mother being a religion teacher at the school

University, graduate school at Harvard Business School, and in

that is so supportive of all those issues.” Erdoes also credits her

While the Woodlands environment is designed to allow for growth and

reach for the next level.”

“because that was the goal of the teachers at Woodlands.” The

Woodlands provided a sense of community and a supportive

a resume.”

her insight and criticism on my writing helped encourage me to

While in the 91st street school, Gwendolyn admitted to being a first

Considered on the shortlist of possible successors to the current

Jamie Dimon. “It only happens because I work at a company

“Mrs. Hayes was my Advanced Placement English teacher, and

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around the woodlands halls

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1 1 / WA Honors Spanish Society Inductees

Caitlin L. McCarthy ’13 (right) accepts induction into the National Spanish Honor

Society from International Languages faculty members Amy Perlick (left) and Elisa Mascorro (back). To be eligible for membership in the NSHS, students must maintain a 90% average in their Spanish courses, and must commit to continuing their Spanish studies and to performing three hours of community service.

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2 / Daily Herald Leadership Team Chelsea Fuente ’11

continued a

3 / Chinese Parents Gather in Shanghai

4 / South Pacific

Katie Creed '91, Director of Admission and

Gabriela Carrillo ’12 and Allyson

Financial Aid (front row, left) and Head of

Genger ’11 stole the show during the spring

prestigious Daily Herald Leadership Team.

School Gerry Grossman (back row, right)

production of the musical, South Pacific.

Fuente was one of nine students selected to

spent time in Shanghai with current parents

the Lake County Team in recognition of her

during the annual October trip to Asia.

Woodlands tradition by being named to the

exceptional accomplishments as a volunteer and community leader.

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8 9 / National Women’s Honor Choir Honorees

8 / May Crowning Stephanye Vela ’11 (right) and Lisa Borosh ’11

7 5 / Juniors Receive Sacred Heart Rings

6 / Grandparents Day

Seniors Katie Martinovich (left) and

Britta Walker ’14

Lisa Borosh Lawler

(right) present junior Anna

with her Sacred Heart Ring during

the traditional spring Junior Ring ceremony.

welcomes her

5 / French Students Inducted

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(left) were two of four seniors selected

Minjoo Lee ’11

(center) and Gabriela

each earned places as first

by their peers to be principal participants in Woodlands’ annual May Crowning Ceremony.

Carrillo ‘12

Other principal participants included Kate Flint ’11 and Hannah Wilson ’11. The students were

sopranos in the National Women’s Honor

chosen as women who best exemplify Mary’s attributes. Borosh carried the floral crown and

Choir. The Woodlands Academy vocalists

Vela placed the crown on the statue of Mary, while Wilson led the procession with the Marian

were selected in a rigorous competition on

banner and Flint read the Prayer of Consecration.

the basis of audition tapes, with only 30 students per voice part selected from high schools across the United States.

(from left) Flora Harris ’13, Catherine

grandparents Harris and Ann Walker,

Dorman ’13, Lulu Ren ’12, Andrea

at the biennial Woodlands Academy

Tellez ’14, Caroline Watts ’14

Grandparents Day.

Megan Oelerich ’14

and

were inducted into

the Societé Honoraire Française (SHF).

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12 / Graduation 2011

Sara Reyes ’11 is all smiles as she

prepares for the 2011 Woodlands Academy Commencement Ceremony

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10 / Walshe Earns Sacred Heart Award

11 / Kendall ’12 Earns Dartmouth Award

Charlotte McMenamin Walshe ’14

Breanna Kendall ’12

proudly receives her Sacred Heart award

Academy Honors Assembly in June. This award, sponsored by the Dartmouth Club

St. Philippine Duchesne Outstanding Alumna Award during the WAAA Induction Ceremony.

passport from alumna Helen Bruns Ryan ’50

from Principal Madonna Edmunds during the

of Chicago, is awarded to a junior who is in the top ten percent of her class, and who

Abderholden, the Executive Director of the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Minnesota,

during the Woodlands Academy Alumnae

Madeleine Sophie Barat Prayer Service. 

demonstrates intellectual leadership while making a positive contribution to the

has lobbied and fought for community and family supports for people with disabilities to fully

Association Induction Ceremony.

extracurricular life at Woodlands Academy.

participate in society for over twenty-eight years.

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received the Dartmouth Book Award during the Woodlands

13 / Outstanding Alumna Awarded to Abderholden ’72 Sue Abderholden ’72

(second from left in the front row, surrounded by family) received the

14 / WAAA Induction Kate Flint ’11 receives her Sacred Heart

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17 15 / First Day of School Breanna Kendall ’12 and Belle Swift ’12

celebrate the first day of school

as seniors.

16 / Community Service Day

17 / Karly Anderson Earns All-State in Field Hockey

(from left) Caitlin F. McCarthy ’12,

For the second year in a row, Woodlands

Eleanor McEnaney ’12, ’12

and Alex Lazar

pitch in at the Howard Area Leadership

on the Illinois High School Field Hockey

Academy during the Woodlands Academy all

Association All-State team. Karly

school Community Service Day.

Anderson ’12

earned the honor, in addition

to being named All-Conference. Maggie Hambleton ‘12

also earned All-Conference

Honors in Field Hockey.

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Academy has landed an All-State competitor

18 / an Evening of One Acts (Fall Play)

Lilly McAveeney ’15 played the role of Snow White in the Woodlands Academy

performance of Snow…Sort of…White. The show, directed by Killian MacDonald ’13, was part of two student directed one-act plays. The other performance, Beyond Tolerance, was directed by Katelyn Hughes ’12.

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The traditional Lambs at the Crib were blessed in chapel. For the 2011 Advent Season, students practiced and observed acts of generosity.

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20 / Softball Wins Back to Back Regional Titles!

21 / Mater Ceremony

22 / Christmas Pageant

For the second consecutive year, the

The Deberry family celebrates Mater.

(from left) Belle Swift ’12 as Joseph,

Woodlands Academy softball team earned

(from left) Charles, Nicole ’12, Anna ’14,

Ingrid Watts ’12

the IHSA Division 2 Regional Championship

and Jacqueline.

by defeating conference rival Latin 8-4. The

Carroll ’12

as Mary, and Annie

as a donkey during the annual

Christmas Prayer Service. Pictured is

team also snagged a share of the Independent

Hadley Reiter as Baby Jesus, a role

School League Championship by posting a

shared with Calder Brysiewicz.

15-3 overall record and a 7-1 league record.

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catching up!

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The Class of 1964 celebrated their 65th birthdays by gathering

the effort, because after snowmobiling you can sit outside and enjoy a

in Austin, Texas. Pictured from left to right: Patti Perkins

nice fire out of the wind.”

Glaub, Sue Barreca Smith, Katie Hussey Marx, KK Monaghan, Nancy Kelly Savard, Katie O’Connor Gawlick, Lynn Lucas Martin, Susie Crouch Rassas, Betty Downes.

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Sisters Myra Lombardi Reilly ’57 and Pam Lombardi Wenzel ’67

recently traveled to Rome and visited Trinita dei

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Mary Mihelic ’82

received her Masters of Fine Arts from

Parsons the New School for Design in 2006. Since then, her

artworks have been shown in New York City, Chicago, and Key West. Mary studied art extensively at the Museum School in Boston after earning her B.A. in English from Boston College. She presently has a

Monti to see Mater. Pam states, “It was a life-long quest come true.”

public artwork show on 23rd Street in New York City.

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Much of her art is about the Catholic Church references her high

M. Julie McKinley '74

became CEO and President at Fiduciary

Counseling, Inc. in February 2011. Nancy Wolf ’76

writes, “After moving to Minnesota in 1979,

I started playing women’s ice hockey. My team has traveled to

Sweden and Finland to play. We also have won numerous national and division titles. I still play, and my team won the 50-and-over title in Florida. I have a wonderful daughter who graduated from college in 2000. We took a mother/daughter east to west coast car trip. My husband and I have a place in northern Minnesota and love to snowmobile. I also like to wakeboard, tube, and fish. A tradition I have in the winter is building ice walls. I freeze 5 gallon buckets of water over several weekends to build it. It usually takes 165-175 frozen buckets. It’s worth

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school education at Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart. An

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excerpt from her artist statement reads, “A Sacrament is defined as a moment when a person receives grace from God. The Catholic myth is

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that there are only seven. I believe there are thousands. I am fascinated by that space where the imagination makes God a reality in the form of a Sacrament. The place between what is real and what is faith.”

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Her 2011 installations and artworks address global warming and the debate between what is real and imaginary there as well. Her website is marymihelicartist.com.

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cristina Zaragoza ’82

is a teacher in Mexico and visited

Woodlands while vacationing in the U.S. Pictured is Cristina and

Maura Chamberlin, Woodlands Academy Alumnae Coordinator.

Andromeda Romano-Lax ’86

writes, “I’ve been a self-

employed writer for 20 years now, with over a dozen books

which consumers will be able to play online on their computers and on

languages, and my second novel comes out next year. I’ve also founded

their Smartphone’s/tablets. It’s looking pretty great and is fun to play.

a literary nonprofit and work as a writing teacher. I share this with you

I am also working on a non-fiction TV series set up about a specialized

at Woodlands only to make the connection between what I learned,

boarding school that trains action sports athletes to be the next X

what I was given, who I became, and what I hope for your current

Games stars. It’s picking up a lot of traction.”

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Heather Bordley-Harvell ’95

and husband Matthew are proud

Yuka Akiyama ’91 writes, “We Japanese really appreciated all

parents of daughter Addison Elizabeth Harvell born March 14, 2011.

the support we received during the tsunami from all over the

Addison joins brother Winston. The family resides in Lake Forest.

world. The US is very kind to Japan, sending the US Army to support Japan and sending so many donations. I had three orphan siblings from the March 11th tsunami stay at my home until they were ready to settle in their new home with their new guardian. As a professional opera singer, I decided to organize a charity concert on April 16 for victims. My pianist is from one of the most affected areas and lost

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writes, “I’m working on a video game for Coca-

published; my first novel, The Spanish Bow, was translated into 11

Woodlands students.”

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Sarah Feeley ’93

Cola called Follow the Bubble. It’s an advergame (ad + video game)

her family in the tsunami. In addition, I organized a work-life balance

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Regan Lynch Gentile ’00

writes, “I graduated with my

Masters degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology

from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I recently joined PepsiCo in the Talent Acquisition group and live in downtown Chicago. I was married at Holy Name Cathedral in September to Mike Gentile after having dated for over five and a half years.”

seminar at HOPE100, 100 seminars for charity. This effort has raised

Alana Mejias ’00

more than 1 million yen. This is a photograph of me at the concert.”

& Associates, P.C. in Belleville, Illinois. The law office will now be

Tracy J. Jenkins ’92

writes, “My husband and I live in Brooklyn

and we run a type foundry together called Village (www.vllg.com). My husband Chester Jenkins is a type designer, and we license his work along with the work of ten other small international foundries for use primarily in graphic design and corporate identity work. We’ve been working together at Village since I finished my MFA in graphic design from Yale in 2004. I run a second and newly-founded company that

has recently become a partner at Courtney, Clark

operating as Courtney, Clark and Mejias, P.C. Alana received her Juris Doctorate in 2007 from New England School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. She is currently admitted to practice law in Illinois and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois. Alana concentrates her practice in family law, including cases involving divorce, legal separation, custody, visitation, paternity, and child support.

sells a few of our prints (www.super-rural.com). We have a 3-1/2 year

Victoria Pompizzi ’00

old daughter, Ada, who is the sun and moon to us.”

Director of Marketing at Jupiter Communities, LLC, a national

writes, “I have been employed as the

multifamily property management company based in Chicago, since January 2008. Prior to that, I earned an MA in Art History at the

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Kate Hartman Rosenzweig ’00

and husband David are

proud parents of daughter Charlotte Mae born September 3,

2011. Kate resides with her family in Georgia.

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Susie Hartshorn Randash ’01

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Vanessa Yeager ’05

writes, “While running my pet sitting/

dog training business, I finished my Masters in Public Health

at Benedictine University in August 2011. I now attend the University

and husband Marvin are

proud parents of son Ambrose born in April of 2010. Ambrose

joins siblings Dean, Theresa, Emma and Felix. The family resides in Ohio.

of Illinois-Champaign for Veterinary School. I graduate from the vet school program in 2014. I continue to work with a bovine, swine, and holistic veterinarian with hopes of starting my own mobile vet practice after I graduate. I also continue my ties with the Dolphin Research Center—I imagine I’ll be back doing some work for them there once

Katherine Clapham ’02

writes, “Since completing my Masters

in Social Work, I have been happily living in San Francisco for the last two and a half years. I am currently the Manager of Wellness and Aging Services at the Arc of San Francisco, the largest provider of services to adults with developmental disabilities in the Bay Area. I love my work and my city, and I typically spend my free time indulging

I graduate as well.” Magdalena Bartolik Wilk ’06 started law school at John

Marshall Law School and is planning to get her JD with a

Genevieve Nield ’06 writes, “I finished my internship in the

my first trip to France with my partner, Richard, to watch the Tour de

Development Department with Ravinia this summer. I now work for

France. I think back fondly on my time at Woodlands and I send my

deliverstar.com. I am going to pursue my Master’s in Education next

love to everyone there.”

fall. So I’m trying to sort that out, figure out which programs and writes, “I am engaged to be married to

Cody Fischer on August 20th at Saints Faith, Hope and Charity

schools to apply to and things like that. I’m excited for this potential new direction in my life.”

in Winnetka. In addition, I had the privilege of working for

Lynn Jorden ’07

Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur from Toledo, Ohio. I have since moved

May. I then interned for the Colorado Democratic Party in Denver for

on to graduate school for a Masters in Social Work, but will be taking

about a month before I was hired as a researcher for Governor Steve

this next academic year off to follow Cody to France—he was awarded

Beshear’s reelection campaign in Kentucky. I’m having a great time

a Fulbright fellowship, and I am lucky enough to tag along”.

and I’m looking forward to a long career in political campaigning after

Molly Laurain ’03

writes, “I am starting a business with a friend

that takes high school students on international tours, sort of like a pre-study abroad program/educational spring break. I know when I was a student at Woodlands I would have loved to travel to Europe

writes, “I graduated from Gettysburg College last

this.”

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Clare O’Hare ’07

University School of Medicine, after graduating from SLU’s

cum laude. During my time at SLU, I had the privilege to work in both the biology and physics departments as teaching assistants and in the

Sacred Heart travel tour and take groups of students to different cities

Office of Admissions as a Student Ambassador, giving campus tours,

so they can see the different Sacred Heart Schools while also having a

working with admissions programs, and helping students in their

cultural experience at the same time.”

overall search for the right university. Among the various clubs and

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Rodrigues of Chicago on September 10, 2011. Woodlands

alumnae from the class of 2004 are pictured from left to right: Yvonne Lyden, Stephanie Escobar Rodrigues, Amanda Wright Zetterman, Dani Grinter, and Allison Travis.

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Elizabeth Sanden Mulvey ’04

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was married to Thomas

Mulvey of Wappingers Falls, New York on March 12, 2011 in

writes, “I graduated Cum Laude from

Harvard in 2009 and have been a Teach For America Corps

Member in the Mississippi Delta since then. I teach high school math in a small town in Eastern Arkansas, and I have really grown to love my students and the work that we do. Last year, my Algebra I students made the 7th-largest academic gains in the entire state of Arkansas: a huge accomplishment for them! In July, I will start teaching Algebra II and Pre-Calculus at Achievement First Crown Heights High School, a charter school serving a low-income neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.”

organizations I was involved in (including such organizations as Alpha Epsilon Delta, the honors pre-medical society), one of my favorite organizations was Alpha Phi Omega, a co-ed service fraternity, which focused entirely on serving the poor and needy in the St Louis

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community. In this organization, I participated as both a member and executive board leader, holding the position of Vice President of

Palm Beach Florida. The couple resides in Millbrook, New York. Emma Lind ’05

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undergraduate program with an honors degree in Biology, summa

had an opportunity to do so. I would like to organize a Network of the

married David

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writes, “I am studying at Saint Louis

or elsewhere with my peers for 1-2 weeks in the summer, but never

Stephanie Escobar Rodrigues ’04

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married Peter Wilk on September 24, 2010. They reside in Waukegan.

in my two biggest passions: food and travel. This summer, I will make

Kathleen Byrne ’03

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concentration in Immigration Law and Public Policy. Magdalena

Leadership Development. “On July 31st, I was privileged to participate in SLU SOM’s White Coat Ceremony, where all of us in our first year received our white coats, symbolizing our acceptance into the profession and our commitment to using both our medical knowledge and compassion for service to help those in need. While it has been difficult these first few months, I am really enjoying medical school so far and looking forward to the new challenges ahead. Pictured are my mother and me after the ceremony.” Annie Cockrell ’10

writes, “Over the summer I was selected by

Obama for America to work as an intern for Jim Messina.”

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McKenzie ‘Mackie’ Hughes ’10

is a sophomore at

Columbia College Chicago majoring in Sports Management.

Mackie is currently interning for the Chicago Blackhawks in the Youth Hockey Department and working with the Street Team. This past summer she worked in the Alumni Office at Columbia and is a

John C. Davis, grandfather of Kiara Born ’09

In Memoriam

Muriel Albertson,

Elaine Balbach, grandmother of Darby Clarke ’14

three books.

June F. Bennett-Hugon,

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writes, “I have just finished up my

Madeleine “Madge” Dorsey ’55, sister of Betsy Dorsey ’50

grandmother of Alison Bestler ’10

Resident Advisor. In addition, Mackie is focusing on publishing her

Bernadette Hutson ’10

James E. DeMore, husband of Rosemary “Mickey” Williams DeMore ’49

Josefina Alfaro, great aunt of faculty member Elisa Mascorro

Donald M. Fay, father of Mary Fay Conkling ’82

mother of Christine Hugon ’00

Mariann Fagan Fitzgerald ’44,

sister of Rosann Fagan

Kohler ’41

William T. Bowler, grandfather of Michaela ’13 and

Kelly ’15 Bowler

Beulah Green Flanagan ’33

an International Business major with a focus on Advertising of Luxury

Laura Brown ’71

Marcia Ryan Flanagan ’50, sister-in-law of Helen Bruns Ryan ’50

Products, and I am currently thinking of also majoring in Art History.

James Douglas Casey, uncle of trustee Candida M. Casey

John Forrest Floberg, uncle of Therese “Tess” ’13 and

first year at the American University of Paris. I have declared

I am really, really loving Paris, although I have yet to make it back stateside!” Bernadette is pictured on top of the Eiffel Tower with her mother Kirsten Arndt-Hutson ’86 and sister Bella.

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Austin Murrow ’10

writes, “I took a gap year experience

that began by learning to read, write, and speak in Arabic by

taking a four-hour-per-day class in Jordan’s capital city, Amman. My experiences included living in two different cities for three months each, Amman, Jordan, and New Delhi, India. Unlike in Jordan, where I was the guest of a very generous family, in India, I lived with several other volunteers in an apartment near the slums. I lived and worked

Peter de la Chapelle,

grandmother of Jennifer Fiore ’99

former Headmistress

Rose Fiore,

Catherine B. Coath, stepmother of Mary Faith C. Cook ’76,

Isabel Lyman Gallagher,

mother of Isabel “Cissy” G. Glading ’70, Anne G. O’Malley ’74, Katherine “Katie” G. Goese ’77, and the late Lauren Gallagher-Kollerer ’71; cousin of former faculty member Nancy Finn, RSCJ

Maureen C. Schwallie ’73, and Aimee C. Wilson ’82; stepgrandmother of Kathleen Cook ’09 Mary Corbett ’58,

sister of Catherine C. Brady ’62 and

father of Dawn Galvin Meiners ’68

Susan C. Doyle ’66

Robert W. Galvin,

Alfred T. Craft, father of trustee Susan Craft ’64 and former

Jeanne Garrett,

trustee Debbie Craft Schulz ’67

Maria S. Garrett ’91

cousin of staff member Katie Creed ’91

in a very poor section of Delhi, teaching English to children. My gap

Marjorie Creed,

year was a wonderful break from formal academics and allowed me to

Georgia D. Cretors ’31,

become a global citizen.” Pictured is Austin with her students.

Barbara ’15 Starshak

brother of Fran de la Chapelle, RSCJ,

grandmother of Maria Garrett ’91

father of Lydia G. Steck ’84, former trustee Celia G. MacNaughton ’75, and former trustee Peter Gresens

Herbert A. Gresens,

mother of Louise Cretors Neathery-Wollin ’66 and the late Lynn Cretors Mauer ’62

Veto Victor Gelafio, grandfather of Madalyn Guy ’08

Colette Ann Currie, former faculty member

Margaret E. Haggerty ’71, sister of Eileen H. Mundy ’65, Sheila

Ardavan Davaran, PhD, husband of Helen Craddock Davaran ’60

H. Mahoney ’74, Maureen H. Warmuth ’75, and Monica H. Jaekels ’82; aunt of Meghann Mundy ’96 and Kathleen Mundy ’99 Dorothy Heil, grandmother of Kathryn Patterson Foran ’01 and

Molly Patterson ’05, and mother-in-law of trustee Mike Patterson Florian Jagodzinski, grandfather of faculty member Joyce Ende Dennis Patrick Kammerer, brother of Maureen Kammerer

Proctor ’79 Mary Gretchen Meyer Keller ’65, sister of Winifred M. Scott

’60, Mary Kathleen M. Driscoll ’54, and the late Julia M. Mayo ’58; sister-in-law of Joan Cagney Meyer ’59 John Kelly, husband of Debbie Potts Kelly ’61 William J. King, husband of Dorothy Mulroy King ’52 Michele Kurowski, sister-in-law of faculty member

Elizabeth Kurowski

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Gaeton D. Lauri, husband of Jean Friedrich Lauri ’67 and son-in-

law of the late Beatrice Fox Friedrich ’29 Jack Leonard, father-in-law of Cathy O’Brien Leonard ’65; grandfather of Megan Leonard Fleischel ’91 and Kerry Leonard Trotter ’96 Lauren LeVert ’99

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Cathy McLaughlin, aunt of Kristin ’07 and Melissa ’12 Bruns Michael McConville, brother of Mary McConville Joyce ’55,

Anne McConville Walsh ’62, and Constance McConville Pierce ’68; uncle of Marianne Joyce Swift ’87, Julie Joyce Kenary ’80, and Cathleen Joyce Staley ’86 George F. Mihelic, father of Tracey M. Lavery ’83, Kristin M. Dillon ’79, and Mary Mihelic ’82 Teresa Miks,

mother of Veronica M. Miks, M.D. ’73

Jack Morris,

brother of Nancy Morris, RSCJ, former interim Head

Terry Michaels O’Brien ’43, sister of Ruth Michaels Tamblyn ’44 Edmund J. O’Connor,

father of Julia O. Murphy ’78, Elizabeth O. Berner ’80, and former student Sally O. Groenings

Michael Palmer, father of Megan Palmer Looby ’01 and Lindsay

Palmer ’04 Gabriel Perez,

father of Maria Perez ’79

Richard J. Phelan, father of Mary Anne “Molly” Phelan ’90, Margaret Horan ’94, and Sheila Phelan ’96 Dorothy Bennigsen Pryor ’48, sister of Irene Bennigsen

Dettmers ’55 Bernadette Kennedy Quinlivan ’46 William Mark Raynard, son of Maggie Maloney Raynard ’74; nephew of Karen Maloney Cimino ’69, Jennifer Maloney O’Brien ’67, and the late Gayle E. Maloney ’68; cousin of Maggie O’Brien Puckett ’93 and Betsy O’Brien ’95 Robert F. Reusche,

father of Anne Reusche ’76

husband of Alumnae Association Board member and former trustee Helen Bruns Ryan ‘50 Donald R. Ryan,

Mary Scheiber, wife of faculty member Dr. Richard Scheiber Patricia O’Connor Seger ’60, sister of Mary Beth O’Connor McGivern ’57, Colleen O’Connor Schwanz ’77, Kathleen O’Connor Schell ’79, and Sophia (Carol) O’Connor Thundercloud ’58 Mary Reed Shepard, mother of Whit Shepard, former Director of

Advancement Tom Storey,

grandfather of Betsy Storey ’98

Deirdre M. Sullivan ’63, sister of Joan Sullivan Digani ’68

grandmother of Patricia ’03, Jennifer ’09, and Catherine ’12 Wanandi

Maria Tandusan,

Nazire Teck, daughter of staff member Maria Sierra Betty Turner, grandmother of Katie Turner ’99 and

Loren Turner ’96 father of faculty member Jamie Tuttle

Pierce Tuttle,

Cimino ’69, Maggie M. Raynard ’74, and the late Gayle Maloney ’68; grandfather of Maggie O’Brien Puckett ’93 and Betsy O’Brien ’95

Nancy Unzicker ’51

grandmother of Caitlin L. McCarthy ’13

grandfather of Elizabeth “Izzy” Mergener ’05

William Charles O’Donnell,

William A. Maloney, father of Jennifer M. O’Brien ’67, Karen M.

Joan McCarthy,

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Jane McClusky, grandmother of Lauren ’08 and former student

Rachel McClusky

Bernadette Walker,

aunt of faculty member Laurel Kaiser

Leon E. Zygmun, father of Julie Zygmun Riordan ’86


"My heart is ready, O God. What would you have me do?” — Madeleine Sophie Barat

Advancing the Sacred Heart Mission One Gift at a Time Each gift you make to Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart makes a difference in the lives of our students, and one of the ways your gift makes an impact on our community is that it helps us cultivate charitable hearts in our students. A generous spirit is at the very core of our Sacred Heart mission. Whether students are raising funds for Tsunami relief, spending a day packing meals for the homeless, or traveling to Kentucky to help rebuild homes, our students are instilled with an acute awareness of the world around them and a desire to impact it. Their charity, rooted in the vision of Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat, is nurtured each day in the halls of Woodlands Academy. Our Report of Giving celebrates your generous spirit and demonstrates the charity of our entire community - alumnae, parents, trustees, faculty, staff, students, and friends of the school. Your philanthropy serves as an enduring example of the generous Sacred Heart of Jesus to those who benefit most from your gifts: our students. Thank you for giving to and caring about Woodlands Academy, and thank you for modeling for our students the importance of a generous spirit. Sincerely,

Judith B. Castellini

Gerald J. Grossman Head of School

Chair, Board of Trustees

special thanks to those involved administration Gerald J. Grossman Head of School

Kathleen Creed ’91 Director of Admission and Financial Aid

Nancy K. Finn, RSCJ

Maura Chamberlin Alumnae Coordinator

Susan C. Goodman

Lee Jashelski Advancement Associate

Nancy C. Kehoe, RSCJ

Tami Rocha ’80

Mark C. Kendall

Events Coordinator

Zachary D. Lazar, Jr.

Laura M. Curley Director of Advancement

Madonna Lee Edmunds Principal

Barbara Keilwitz Director of Finance and Operations

Angela Reiter

M. Margaret (Peggy) McDonnell, RSCJ

Board of Trustees

M. Julie McKinley ’74

Judith B. Castellini

Francis J. Oelerich III

Chair

David G. O’Neill

Gerald J. Grossman Head of School

J. Michael Patterson

David A. Borosh

Lori W. Reyes

Candida M. Casey

Suzanne F. Reynolds, Trustee Emerita

Paramjit “Romi” S. Chopra, M.D.

Jeffrey D. Steele

D. Alan Denton

Advancement Department

Mary K. Swift

Anna Cohn Donnelly

Mary H. Weiss ’66

Laura M. Curley

Christine B. Elliott

Director of Marketing

Christine Schmidt Dean of Students

Director of Advancement

Ralph J. Elwart

† 38

/ coeur Á coeur

deceased

°

faculty + staff

# board of trustees 2010 -2011 /

39


STATEMENT OF FINANCIALS

We Salute the woodlands academy

Graduating Class of 2011 Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart graduated its Senior Class on June 9 in the Woodlands Academy Chapel. The 152nd commencement

Restricted Gifts

Transforming Lives Campaign

Miscellaneous

22,190

Scholarships

225,175 total:

$ 247,365

ceremony was part of a liturgy celebrated by Reverend Richard Jakubik of St. Francis Xavier Parish in Wilmette. Woodlands English Department faculty Erin Brysiewicz provided the Call to Worship, and Katherine Marissa Flint ’11 presented the senior reflection. The Woodlands Academy Class of 2011 was represented by 31 exceptional young women who will distinguish themselves this fall at their respective colleges and universities. They include a member of the prestigious Daily Herald Lake County 2010-2011 Leadership Team, eight Illinois State Scholars, two National Merit Commended Scholars, a Daily Herald Lake County 2010-2011 All-Academic Team finalist, and a national award-winning

annual fund total:

$ 247,365

Endowment

5,000

Faculty Enrichment

5,000

Renovations

25,000

Scholarships

160,000

Science Center

361,102

total:

$ 556,102

choral director.

total annual giving:

mothers & fathers clubs

Congratulations to the Class of 2011!

Unrestricted

292,382

Restricted

161,600

Arizona State University

University of Illinois-Urbana

Regis University, CO

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Illinois State University

University of Rochester, NY

Baldwin-Wallace College, OH

Illinois Wesleyan University

University of St. Francis, IL

Ball State University, IN

Indiana State University

St. John’s University, NY

Other

Bates College, ME

Indiana University, Bloomington

St. Louis University, MO

Special Intention Record

Baylor University, TX

The University of Iowa

St. Mary’s College, IN

Boston College, MA

Johns Hopkins University, MD

St. Olaf College, MN

Butler University, IN

Kenyon College, OH

University of San Diego, CA

University of California, Irvine

Lawrence University, WI

University of San Francisco, CA

Carnegie Mellon University, PA

Loras College, IA

Santa Clara University, CA

Case Western Reserve University, OH

Loyola Marymount University, CA

Smith College, MA

University of Chicago

Marquette University, WI

Southern Methodist University, TX

Colorado College

Miami University, OH

Suffolk University, MA

Columbia College, IL

University of Miami, FL

University of Texas, Austin

Creighton University, NE

University of Michigan

Texas Christian University

University of Dayton, OH

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Tulane University, LA

Denison University, OH

University of Missouri, Columbia

Valparaiso University, IN

University of Denver, CO

University of North Carolina, Asheville

Villanova University, PA

DePauw University, IN

Northwestern University, IL

University of Virginia

Dominican University, IL

University of Notre Dame

Washington University in St. Louis

Drake University, IA

The Ohio State University

Western Illinois University

Drexel University, PA

Ohio Wesleyan University

Wheaton College, IL

Elon University, NC

University of Oregon

Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison

Fairfield University, CT

Oxford College of Emory Univ., GA

Wittenberg University, OH

Furman University, SC

Pine Manor College, MA

Xavier University, OH

Holy Cross College, IN

Purdue University, IN

Hope College, MI

Quincy University, IL

$ 453,982

total:

$ 1,792

70%

37% 26% 17%

15% 12% 10%

3%

Operating revenue

< 1% other

investment income

contributions

student support services

tuition + fees

Operating expenses

10% General Institutional

administration

operations/maintenance

financial aid

/ coeur Á coeur

961,460

1,792

instruction + student support

40

total:

$


mater admirabilis legacy society

Mary Ellen Cagney '68 Maura Chamberlin

˚

Alumnae Coordinator

Friends of Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart who have chosen

society, you will be remembered in prayer by the students and staff

Betsy Stahler Fallon '94

to remember us in their estate plan or through another form of

of Woodlands Academy. Simply tell your attorney to make a Sacred

Megan Leonard Fleischel '91

planned gift are recognized in the Mater Admirabilis Legacy Society.

Heart Education your admirable legacy by adding this language to

Kate Foster

your estate plan:

The story of Mater Admirabilis reminds us of the power of transformation in our lives. After all, it was only after the passage of

“I give to Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart, tax id

Haleigh Johnson '03

time that Mater’s fresco yielded the beauty and inspiration that we

number 36-2469186, 760 East Westleigh Road, Lake Forest

know today. The enduring message is one of fidelity and hope for the

IL, 60045 (insert the dollar amount, percentage, “remainder

Mary Tiernan Kamraczewski '75

of estate,” or the exact nature of your gift) to be used for such

of courage and confidence. They discover their purpose, develop their

purposes as the Board of Trustees deems most beneficial to

talents and passions and commit to service to their world.

the education of their students.”

Members of the Mater Admirabilis Legacy Society show their

Please remember them in your prayers.

Cathy O’Brien Leonard '65 Secretary

Elayne P. Knauer

Pauline Smith ‘77 †

Mary Pietrowicz Byrnes Finlen ‘18 †

Rosemary Potts Loyacono ‘53

Barbara Sternig ‘60

Elaine and Peter Marshall

Barbara Wood-Prince ‘54

Beatrice Fox Friedrich ‘29

Sallie Smith Bell †

Margaret Grafft Gibbons ‘76 †

Louise K. Berner †

Ann Therese Gorman ‘46 †

Virginia Milton McGehee ‘43 Mary Mertes Mooney ‘40

Rose Garibaldi Bolognesi 08 †

Gerald J. Grossman

Victoria Stephan Nelson, Ph.D. ‘73

Mary Isabelle McKenna Caestecker ‘25 †

Colleen McCue Groves ‘87

Mike and Ann Patterson

John and Deb Guy

Mary Judith Reichmann ‘50 †

M. Christina Curran ‘80

Peggy Haggerty ‘71 †

Mrs. Joe Joyce Roberson †

Jo-Ellen Killoran Domalski ‘50

Heather Campbell Henry ‘57

Megan Carroll Shea ‘85

Stephen and Rosaria Donohoe

Julie Joyce Kenary ‘80

Kimberly T. Smith ‘77

Cindy Broten

“At a time when there are so few remaining small, all girls’ schools, I believe that planned gifts are extremely important to help sustain this unique choice.” — Lisa Stokes, Class of 1976

Emily Reidy '03 Patricia Reiss, RSCJ

˚

Helen Bruns Ryan '50

Mary Michelle Riley Scalise '79 Allison Mitchell Solomon '91 Betsy Greedan Weinel '94

advancement committee Susan C. Goodman# Zachary Lazar# M. Julie McKinley '74 # Mike Patterson#

salute to volunteers Woodlands Academy is blessed with a wonderful family of volunteers. We recognize and thank all those listed below who have contributed to our school. In addition, we'd like to thank the student volunteers, far too numerous to list individually, who made the 2010-2011 school year phenomenal.

Jan Elwart President

Mary Oelerich Vice President

board of trustees Judith B. Castellini Chair

Gerald J. Grossman

Anna Cohn Donnelly

M. Julie McKinley '74

Christine Barry Elliott

Francis J. Oelerich III

Ralph J. Elwart

David G. O’Neill

Nancy K. Finn, RSCJ

J. Michael Patterson

Suzanne F. Reynolds

Mary Dill

Trustee Emerita

Secretary

Nancy O’Neill

alumnae association board

Head of School

Susan C. Goodman

Lori W. Reyes

David A. Borosh

Nancy C. Kehoe, RSCJ

Jeffrey D. Steele

Candida M. Casey

Mark C. Kendall

Mary K. Swift

Vice President

Paramjit (Romi) S. Chopra, M.D.

Zachary D. Lazar, Jr.

Mary H. Weiss '66

Jamie Melin '90

M. Margaret (Peggy) McDonnell, RSCJ

Barbara J. Wood-Prince (Noroton '54)

Rebecca Ulz Austin '91

D. Alan Denton

Rachel Roberson Agustin '93 Mary Gillard Anderson '94

Christmas Tea Hostess

Hester McCarthy Christmas Tea Committee

Liz Parrott Thought for the Day and Prayer Chain

Liz McEnaney

Mark Goodman

Alison Moriarity

Wine Collection

/ coeur Á coeur

Senior Advisories Cindy Broten Jan Elwart

President

Chris Hambleton and Mark MacDonald Events

Dave Smoot

Chris Denniston and Julie Hermsen

Chris Carlson

Pam Kendall, Celeste Denton and Alison Moriarity

Liz Parrott Carla Young

Sophomore Class Representative

Chris Hambleton Junior Class Representative

Cindy Broten

Tom Flint

Idea House

Senior Class Representative

Publicity & Food and Gala

Christina Rush, Trees and Wreaths

Susan Watts and Michele McCarthy Houses

Karen Bruns Alison Bartusiak Jan Elwart Mary Swift#

CONGÉ

Julie Hermsen

Nancy O’Neill

Boutique

Liz Parrott and Lee Ann Brickner

Lori Flint

Susan Krakora '72

Freshman Class Representative

PARENT ADMISSION AMBASSADORS Paul and Pat Carollo Vanessa Clarke

CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Freshman Advisories

Mark and Susan# Goodman Michele McCarthy

Patricia Carollo Vanessa Clarke The following individuals have also provided volunteer assistance in our classrooms and at alumnae and school events.

Tracy Hindman Heather Kotlarz Jean Olson

Karen Bruns

Diana Serna

Jackie Carrillo

Margaret Walker

Anna Donnelly#

Sally Walshe

Lori Flint

Sophomore Advisories

Vanessa Genger

Mary Considine Andersen '78

Susan Goodman#

Alison Bartusiak

Mackie Hughes '10

Underwriting and advertising

Katie Bowler

Susan Krakora '72

Mary Oelerich and Beth Long

Emma Harris

Lori Reyes#

Julie Harris

Dr. and Mrs. Peter Roberson

Mary Beth Lourie

Sheryl Stagl

Co-Chairs

Chris Rush and Sheila Dorman

Live Auction

Jean Olson, Alison Bartusiak, Cindy Broten Vanessa Genger, Susan Krakora '72, Mary Beth Lourie, Susan Phillips, Amanda Vondrak, and Margaret Walker Silent Auction

Maryellen Lovell and Coni Carfagno Program Book and Collateral

Heather Kotlarz, Charlene Smoot, and Lynn Ustaski

Michele McCarthy Carol Tharp

Junior Advisories Jackie Carrillo Jane Carroll

Decorations

† 42

Mary Rudnik

“Heads or Tails”

WINTER WONDERWALK

Pam Kendall

Susan Phillips

Mark MacDonald

Jim Bruns

Mary Dill and Jan Elwart

mothers club

Class Baskets

Mary Swift #

Chair

Lori W. Reyes#

Celeste Denton

FATHERS CLUB

Co-Chairs

Kathleen Runkle O’Brien '56

Heather Kotlarz, Alison Bartusiak, Liz Parrott, and Susan Phillips

Advisory Moms Coordinator, WA Store, and Memorial Garden Liaison

Events Coordinator

Marni Soderlund Mans '90

Gertrude Reiss Dorschel †

Helen Kavanagh Baum ’35 †

Alison Bartusiak

Tami Hoekstra Rocha '80˚

M. Julie McKinley '74

Anonymous (2)

Residential Life Liaison

Woodlands Beautification

Mary Therese Kraft-Williams '92 President

education will be available to future generations. As a member of this

Mater Admirabilis Legacy Society

Jackie Carrillo

Maureen Hogan Lang '56

Below are members of the Mater Admirabilis Legacy Society.

dedication to the long term by helping to ensure that a Sacred Heart

Faculty Appreciation Dinner

Volunteer Coordinator

Sheila Roberson Hussey '90

future. At Woodlands Academy young women are prepared for lives

Anne Lazar, Susan Phillips, and Catherine Lawler

deceased

°

faculty + staff

# board of trustees 2010 -2011 /

43


44

/ coeur Á coeur

2010 -2011 /

45


honor roll of donors

GIFTS-IN-KIND

Brian and Laura Curley

Anonymous

William B. and Christine A. Denniston

Larry and Nancy Bourbon Judy# and Jerry Castellini

LIFETIME FOUNDERS’ SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Krehbiel, Jr.

The Lifetime Founders’ Society recognizes donors who have made cumulative gifts to Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart totaling $100,000 or more. We are deeply grateful for the lifelong commitment of these donors to Woodlands Academy.

The Estate of John L. and Virginia M. McGehee ’43

Très Bien Society Mr.† and Mrs.# Thomas A. Reynolds, Jr.

Sacré Coeur Society Anonymous The Goizueta Foundation The Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation Mr. and Mrs. R. Michael Murray, Jr.

Duchesne Society

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McKenna Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Moore Mrs. Robert Mullane Frank# and Mary Oelerich Nancy and Dave# O’Neill The Patterson Family Prince Charitable Trusts: Mr. and Mrs.# Alain Wood-Prince: Barbara Jones (Noroton ’54) John F. and Carole R. Sandner The Siragusa Foundation

Judy#

and Jerry Castellini

Chris and Wendy Hambleton

Rosemary (Mickey) Williams DeMore ’49

Ann Marie Lipinski and Steve Kagan

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Moore

Carlette McMullan ’76 and John Gibbons

Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Rozdolsky Mr. and Mrs.# Alain WoodPrince: Barbara Jones (Noroton ’54)

1904 Circle $15,000 +

Alan# and Celeste Denton Mr. # and Mrs. Ralph J. Elwart Mark# and Pam Kendall Lake Forest Bank & Trust Company

Stepan Company: Mr. and Mrs. F. Quinn Stepan

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. MacDonald

Mr. and Mrs. Bolton Sullivan†

Ann and Mike# Patterson

The R.J. Mullen, Sr. & Family Foundation: Kathryn Mullen Idlas ’77, Margaret J. Mullen ’73, Teresa M. Mullen ’80 O’C Family Foundation: Chris Lane, Patricia Mergener Mr. # and Mrs. David G. O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schumacher Mary Clare (Spencer ’74) and Joseph Starshak Jeff# and Betsy Steele

Ellie and Charley Clarke The Chicago Cubs Michael and Cathy Leonard: Cathy O’Brien ’65

Digital Voice Systems, Inc.: Tom and Liz Parrott Madonna Lee Edmunds Robert E. Gallagher Charitable Trust

A. Perry Designs & Builds

Mr. and Mrs. J. Jeffrey Geldermann

William H. and Sandra J. Strong

Jane F. Geldermann

Wintrust Financial Corporation

Katherine Gallagher Goese ’77

Advancement Report correction The 2009-2010 Advancement Report inadvertently omitted Marilee Stepan Wehman ’53 as a 1858 Circle donor in the Saint Madeleine Barat Society. We apologize for the error.

Mary# (Hickey ’66) and Donald Weiss

BENEFACTORS SOCIETY

Green Ribbon Circle

Red Ribbon Club

Vanessa Genger

Capt. and Mrs. Andre Greedan Mr. Carlos Gutierrez and Mrs. Maria Elena Macias Patricia and Hugh Hayden Heather Campbell Henry ’59 Ginny and David Hiteshew Eugene P. Holland and Jayne Westendorp-Holland Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Holland: Jo Ann Hilliard ’71

1961 Circle

$3,000 +

$1,000 +

Helen O’Brien Hovdesven ’60

Anonymous (5)

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Walgreen III

$10,000 +

Cindy and Bob Broten

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bartusiak

Mr. and Mrs. Chin Ping Huang

Barat Education Foundation

Edward and Netty Wanandi

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Carney

Sheila Bolger Becker ’46†

Wintrust Financial Corporation

Mary (Considine ’78) and Dave Andersen

Mr. Ignacio Basagoiti and Mrs. Lorenza Madrazo

Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago

Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund

Big Shoulders Fund

Dr. Gerardo Izundegui Ordonez, Ph.D.

Diversey, Inc.

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Bodner

Jean H. Downey ’43

Mr. Javier Calvo Elizundia and Mrs. Gabriela Diaz Sendra

Helen Brach Foundation Stephen and Alisoun Brewster

Mr. and Mrs.# Alain WoodPrince: Barbara Jones (Noroton ’54)

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Carney Judy# and Jerry Castellini Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Cox, Jr. John and Rosemary Croghan Conchita Carstens Davis ’51 Deborah and Bruce Duncan Ralph Elwart# and Janet Zukowski Elwart Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gallagher† Kathryn and John Gilbertson Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gilmore, Jr. and Stephanie Gilmore ’03 Hannah Judy Gretz Peggy Haggerty ’71† Haggerty Enterprises, Inc.

Mr. # and Mrs. David Borosh Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Brickner Kathryn and John Gilbertson

SAINT MADELEINE SOPHIE BARAT SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gilmore, Jr.

Membership in the Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat Society includes donors whose contributions exceed $2,500 during the fiscal year, including gifts to the Annual Fund, Winter Wonderwalk, Congé, Scholarship, and the Transforming Lives Capital Campaign.

Mark and Susan# Goodman

Barat Circle $100,000 +

Anonymous Barat Education Foundation Goldman Sachs Gives: Kathryn and John Gilbertson

Woodlands Circle $50,000 +

Susan Craft ’64

Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust

BNSF Foundation

Gerald J. Grossman#

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Carlson

Susan Kennedy ’70

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carris

Frank# and Mary Oelerich

Catherine and Peter Lawler

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carroll

The Siragusa Foundation

Zachary# and Anne Lazar

Mary# and John Swift

M. Julie McKinley ’74#

James and Jana (Westrich ’71) Cathcart: Seven ’C’ Foundation

Edward and Netty Wanandi

Jeff Swinson

Mr. Dan Wilson and Ms. Kit Mahlman

Pink Ribbon Circle

Blue Ribbon Circle

Christopher and Shawn Kerns

$5,000 +

Mr. and Mrs. In-Seob Kim

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Kohlmeyer

Alisoun and Stephen Brewster

Julia O’Donnell Murphy ’78

Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation

$2,500 +

Mr. Fangjun Chai and Mrs. Jiang Ping Paramjit S. Chopra, M.D. # Mr. Gengi Chu and Jiangying Gu Charlie and Vanessa Clarke

The Robert Key Family

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Judy

Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation

$25,000 +

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Cox, Jr.

Sonja and Tom Koenig

Chris and Anna# Donnelly

Kathryn Patterson ’01: In Memory of Edward and Dorothy Heil

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Dorman

Edward Alain Wood-Prince

Mary and Bill Crook

Mr. Huilin Zhou and Xiaodan Li

/ coeur Á coeur

$500 +

Catherine Looby McCourt ’66 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Moriarity Mr. and Mrs. and Robert Morrison: Susan Brennan ’69 Sue Mullane Mr. Luis Manuel Murillo Denoloza and Mrs. Lorena De Jesus Aguilor Bobodilla

Mr. and Mrs. Lin Lin Mr. Jialin Liu and Mrs. Xiaohong Chai

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruckmann Mrs. Jeannette W. Bunn Ellie and Charley Clarke Edward and Mary Coffey

Carmel O’Connor Cowan ’75

The Dennis Quinlivan Family and Friends: In Memory of Bernadette K. Quinlivan ’46

M. Christina Curran ’80

Julia Cunningham ’89

Richard and Debra Davis

Karen Campbell Reid ’57

Sheila Greeve Davaney ’67

Mr. Qiang Ren and Mrs. Min L. Zhong

Mariclaire Halligan Dixon ’63 Catherine Ford Gallick ’58

Cecelia Ricketts ’82 Julie Wolff Roush ’82

Bob and Ceci Greco

Robert and Mary Rudnik

Margaret Sweetser Hagerty ’46

Mr. Luis Ruiz Gutierrez and Mrs. Monica Cazenave-Tapie Alcaide

Elizabeth O’Neill Hamlin ’74: In Honor of Margaret Mary O’Neill Conley ’49

Fran Salvi

Marianne Sullivan Hayes ’76

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Schornack

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hermsen

Mr. Baogang Song and Mrs. Huifang Yu

Mr. Xiaobing Li and Mrs. Jinling Qin

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Bowler III

Mary O’Boyle Connor ’35

Jim and Linda Leahy

Mr. Weining Li and Mrs. Xiaohang Wu

Lisa Abdula ’88

Mr. Jiang Qiang Ye and Ms. Li Wen Lou

Dr. and Mrs. Sung Moon Shin

Mr. Jin Woo Lee and Mee Hye Kim

Abbott Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Young Pil Park

Catherine (Wiegand ’75) and Jack Herrmann Kelly Holmes ’98 Hospira Foundation Sara Miniat Huels ’87

The Kathleen B. and Charles R. Walgreen III Foundation

Mary Tiernan Kamraczewski ’75

Wells Fargo Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. William Kaplan

Mr. and Mrs. Young Ki Won

Barbara Keilwitz

Woodlands Chapel Community

Sonja and Tom Koenig

Willard and Cheryl Woods

Cathy O’Brien Leonard ’65

Mr. Ming Xu and Mrs. Dongdong Feng

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Mahoney: Sheila Haggerty Mahoney ’74

Suzanne Burns Lawrence ’78

Nancy Zannini ’65 Mr. Hong Zhang and Ms. Yufang Shan

† 46

Heritage Club

Therese McCaffrey McConville ’61

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kotlarz

Margaret & William Maloney Family Foundation: Maggie Maloney Raynard ’74

1858 Circle -

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McCarthy

Mr. and Mrs. Woo Jeong Kim

Mr. JianKang Lu and TingTing Wang

Tom and Liz Parrott

Mr. Ping Zhang and Mrs. Yinli Fan

Mr. and Mrs. George H.D. Schulz: Deborah Craft ’67

John and Sharon Conklin Murray Conzelman and Gwen Gregory-Conzelman

Anonymous

Jane McAuliffe Kearns ’68

Alexander and Mary Beth Lourie

Candida M. Casey#

Thomas† and Mary McConville Joyce ’55

Catherine Roberts Kane ’66

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McCarthy

deceased

°

Marsha Marko Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Marshall

faculty + staff

# board of trustees 2010 -2011 /

47


Tara L. McArdle

Kathleen C. Bishop ’64

Michael Dougherty

Mr. Thomas McMenamin and Dr. Catherine Sally Walshe

Elizabeth Greco Boehlert ’96 Clare Croghan Borah ’81

Christine Hugon ’00

Anne Gorman Miller ’67

Nancy Croghan Sheridan ’83

Nora Newman Benanti ’99

Joan K. Downey ’43

Ray and Peg Ives

Dawn Tatge Bernett ’75

Brad and Naomi Ewing

ITW Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Mitchell and the Gorter Family Foundation

June Simonian ’73

Mary Katherine Driscoll ’54

Erin Sivia ’10

Albert and Michelle Bettuzzi

Nancy Lynk Fitzgerald ’60

Bridget Bourbon ’13

Mr. Richard Dumelle

Lee Jashelski

Peggy Slamin ’51

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bevan

Megan Leonard Fleischel ’91

Mary Dallman Boyer, M.D. ’73

Kathleen Lynch Dunn ’61

Haleigh M. Johnson ’03

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Smith

Katie Frost Bibbs ’75

Kate Flint ’11

Catherine Corbett Brady ’62

Maurice F. Dunne

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Judy

Martha Agnes Bissing ’09

Carol Forgione

Lauren Egan ’96

Lorraine and Jon Kaplan

Eileen (Haggerty ’65) and Jack Mundy

Meredith Y. Smith

Mary Frances Bragiel ’83

Allison Mitchell Solomon ’91

Georgie Blaeser, RSCJ ’58

Anne Gerlach Friday ’75

Margaret Hayden Bramley ’94

Christine Barry Elliott#

Joy Fiorini Kaspi ’80

Dr. and Mrs. E. Dennis Murphy

Janice and Richard Sparr

Boeing

Chelsea Fuente ’11

Joyce C. Ende

Kathleen Kearney ’66

Abigail Murray ’91

Sharon L. Stade ’85

Dr. and Mrs. Charles Bona

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Furth

Molly A. Patterson ’05

Patricia Lyons Breen ’53 (Mrs. John M.)

Mr. Glenn A. Keats

Haruko Neal ’78

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Staley

Lisa Borosh ’11

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Quinn

Maudie Williams Bremer ’54

Madeleine Kennedy Engerman ’84

Julie Joyce Kenary ’80

Edith O’Brien ’77

Alissa Koenig Staples ’97

Cheryl Breckinridge

Dr. Bernice E. Gallagher ’61 and Mr. Joseph P. Howard

Andrew and Marcia Rice

Colleen Brennan ’60

Betsy Stahler Fallon ’94

Lauretta Kennedy ’80

Elizabeth (Betsy) O’Brien ’95

Jim Stewart

Rosemary Briesch

Virginia L. Roberts ’71

Alicia Sexton Brown ’50

Fidelity Foundation

Loretta Lavezzorio Kenny ’74

Kathleen Runkle O’Brien ’56

Margaret Mary Stoetzel ’70

Mr. J. Phillip Brooks

Suzanne McKenna Sullivan ’72

Patrick and Vicki Browne

Tama Soderlund Filpi ’93

Dee Mulroy King ’52

Mr. and Mrs. David Olson

Lisa Stokes ’76

Joe and Erin Brysiewicz

Susan R. & John W. Sullivan Foundation: Susan Reynolds Sullivan ’55

Jim and Karen Bruns

Nancy Finn, RSCJ

Bridget Kleiderer ’83

Marita Buckingham ’73

Jane Kennedy Fitzgibbons ’75

Kathleen Brummel O’Regan ’60

Catherine M. Sullivan ’80

Betsy Fox Burke ’67

Dodie Joyce Swift ’87

Kathryn Beine Butzlaff ’75

Richard and Mary Symuleski

Suzanne Spencer Cameron ’82

Ann S. Merritt Mary Moran, M.D. ’70 Motorola Foundation Anne and Steve Murray Mr. Alfredo and Ingrid Osorio Sara Loosen Otto ’95

Jenifer Dreiling Trimble ’80 Rebecca Baxter Wafer ’72 Margaret and Stuart Walker

Century Club $100 +

Anonymous (2) Charlotte Flanagan Ahern ’80 Maria and Stuart Allen Jill Doyle Alley ’61 Allied Irish Bank Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Alvarez American Chemical Society AON Hewitt

Sarah M. Burke ’94 and Roscoe Crampton Mary Ellen Cagney ’68 Ed and Laura Carney Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carollo Evelyn O’Malley Casey ’46 Jennifer Castellini ’05 Julie Castellini ’09 Katherine Clair-Hayes ’85 The Class of 1991: In Memory of Maria Garrett ’91

Lori and Tom Flint Mary Fritz Flocco ’77

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kozak

Amy Isaac Perlick

The Ford Foundation

Mary Therese Kraft-Williams ’92 and Gregory Williams

Ellen Peter

Meg Fox ’70 Friends of Ann Patterson from the Lake Forest Bookstore: In Memory of Dorothy Heil Barbara Fritsch Jennifer Murtaugh Fritzsche ’88

Rooney Clohisy ’83

The Frye Foundation: Carrie Frye ’00

Annie Cockrell ’10

Anne M. Gallagher ’74

Kevin and Joanne Krakora Susan J. Krakora ’72 and Leann Lyden ’11 Rosemarie Ferrer Kraus ’82 Margaret Leider Kreuter ’85 Barbara and Ron Kroeger Elizabeth Kurowski Hilary Graham LaFoley ’95 Alisa Landman

Anne Murphy Gallagher ’70

Scott and Linda Lantz

Dr. Ken Anderson and Dr. Rosemary Santoro

Margaret Mary O’Neill Conley ’49

Isabel Gallagher Glading ’70

Laura Leahy ’95

Mary Gillard Anderson ’94

Patricia Perkins Glaub ’64

Carol Donovan Levis ’59

Mariita Conley ’69

Laurie Huffaker Glowac ’65

Maryellen Lovell

Arch Chemicals, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Considine

Mrs. Barbara Gorham

Rosemary Loyacono ’53

Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Arndt

Mary Faith Coath Cook ’76

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grabemann

Marni S. Mans ’90

Kirsten B. Arndt-Hutson ’86

Kathleen Creed ’91

Bank of America

Angela Wallace Crilly ’60

Kathleen Hickey Barrie ’68

Toni Cucco ’75

Katherine Spencer Batina ’75

Sally Sears Daniels ’59

Laurie O’Brien Bauer ’75

Lea and Tim DeLong

Anne M. Beal ’47

Meghan DeMasi ’93

Ann Migely Beatty ’55

Tatum Denton ’10

Allyson Benko ’93

Colleen Croghan Detjen ’74

Geri-Anne Benning ’63

Erin Schornack Dickes ’87

Louise W. Berezny

Ellen J. Dolan ’67

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Bestler: In Honor of Dave and Nancy O’Neill

Kaitlin Donnelly ’11

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Alyson Naimoli Dorfman ’89

Patty Nash Mullen ’83

Meredith Marie Koenig-Kreiss ’99

Patricia Colbert ’69

Jamie Melin ’90

Jennifer Moreland ’87

Grainger Tom and Mary Gramins Connie Nester Griffith ’44 Mark and Emma Harris Jane Haupt ’75 Susan Floberg Hayes ’63 Marie Louise Hickey Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Hindman

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Marlatt Eric Martin and Tamar Cooney Katya Martinovich ’11 Sheila K. McCarthy ’57 Janet and Jim McCue Martin A. McDevitt, Jr. Ms. Amy McDonald Mr. and Mrs. John McEnaney

Patricia S. Hitt ’55

Mary Beth O’Connor McGivern ’57

Jeanie Downey Hocking ’78

Carol Colnon McIntosh ’70

Susanne Geiger Holsen ’64

Franklin McMahon

Kathi Mullane Hudson ’77

Art and Danielle Mergner

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Pall

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Peters Michael and Susan Phillips Jenny L. Pickell ’98 Eileen Kelly Pope ’67 Ellen and Peter Popit Beverly Koolish Pyster ’67 Maria Luisa Perez Randle ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Byron Reid Matthew and Angela Reiter Ernest and Dorothy Rhodes Mary and Richard Rock Blanche Guerin Rockwell ’43 Ellen Roberson Romeiser ’63 Helen Bruns Ryan ’50 Maureen Burke Ryan ’60 Sacred Heart Parish

Jill Higman Tennant ’91 Tharp Family Anita R. Thies John C. Tower Margaret Amberg Turk ’64 Ustaski Family Mr. and Mrs. James C. Vlazny John and Kathleen Vondran Joy Gibbons Wallace ’64 Ann M. Walsh ’62 Margaret Walsh ’95 Bruce and Susan Watts Marilee Stepan Wehman ’53 Wade and Betsy (Greedan ’94) Weinel William and Marie Wise Family Foundation: Marie Figge Wise ’64 Jennifer Saporito Zingg ’90

Nanette Saha ’84 Mary Ann Salemi Jenny Sullivan Sanford ’80 John and Nancy Saucier

Patrons Club Up to $99

Anonymous (4) Dr. Dawn Marie Abt-Perkins

Jane McKinley Gardner ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Gargiulo Katie O’Connor Gawlick ’64 Linda Gazzola Allyson Genger ’11 Paula Mitchel Gion ’75 Thomas J. Godfrey and Judith Hamilton-Godfrey

Mary Kay Muldoon Canupp ’64

Allie Good ’11

Gina Carfagno ’11

Anne Goodman ’11

Maura Chamberlin

Rose and London Haage

Katey Chanell ’05

Julie Harris

Alex Chapa ’11

Ann Dowdle Harter ’69: In Memory of Betty Manley Dowdle

Eleanor Pope Clem ’53 Pam Click

Meg Greedan Heintzelman ’99

Mrs. Marjorie K. Cohn Margaret Sheehy Collins ’70 Jane H. Cordell ’52

The Creed Family

Marion Feeley Hinken ’75

Annie Hudson ’07

Ann Baumstark Dau ’61 Mrs. Anne Deacetis

Margaret M. Huff ’68 Mary Elizabeth Huff ’75

Mary Burlew DeBiase ’75 Kelley Delaney

Patrick and Kay Hutmacher Bernadette Gisele Hutson ’10

Catherine DeLong ’05 Catherine DeVuono

Christine Ignas Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Jasso

Rosemary Dewey, RSCJ ’47

Mary Riley Scalise ’79

Rachel Roberson Agustin ’93

Dr. Richard and Mary† Scheiber

Sara Antunovich ’98

Bernard G. Donner

Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Ayala

Katherine Duffy ’92

Bruce and Christine Schmidt

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A. Baumann

Virginia Fisher Ellison ’49

Jeanne Stepan Schoder ’77

Missie Kemper Beach ’89

Lucy Cavataio Sheata ’65

Catherine Beckmann ’75

Denise and Ray Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Julius R. Jones Laurel Ann Kaiser Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ ’61 Nancy Kehoe, RSCJ# Deborah Potts Kelly ’61

Charlie Elwart ’11

deceased

Patricia Herrmann ’01

Kate Hudson ’08

Carolyn Dalton

Lauren Hermsen ’11

Ellen K. Hines

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Crane

George and Marge Dinklenburg

Kathleen O’Connor Schell ’69

Anne Eppig, RSCJ

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Amy Ford Keohane ’81

Maureen and Don O’Meara

Anne Schornack Trueman ’85

Mr. Alfredo and Ingrid Osorio

Dr. and Mrs. Sung Moon Shin

Meredith Y. Smith

Mark Ketelsen and Kathryn Hayley

Blair O’Neill ’11

Phoebe C. Turner

Mr. and Mrs. Young Pil Park

Mary# and John Swift

Remy O’Neill ’09

Jamie Pierce Tuttle and Paul A. Williams

Tom and Liz Parrott

Edward and Netty Wanandi

Mary Clare (Spencer ’74) and Joseph Starshak

Kelsey Key ’11 Minhee Kim ’11 Mary Lou O’Brien Kinsella ’61 Marie L. Kipka Elayne P. Knauer and Alyssa Knauer ’08 Kathleen Almond Knox ’80 Rosann F. Kohler ’41 Marineta G. Kropke Dawn Lyman Kulis ’81 Maureen Hogan Lang ’56 Marianne B. Larsen, M.D. Molly McCarthy Leamon ’74 Colleen Berezny Lee ’92 Minjoo Lee ’11 Louise S. Leesley Martha Lennane Catherine E. Lerum ’06 Elizabeth T. Lerum ’10 Sam Lewis and Shari Holmer Lewis

Chris Ohlwein Christina Osorio ’11 Mary S. Parisoe SoYeong Park ’11 Riley Parrott ’11 Maria Fernanda Perez ’79 Victoria Pompizzi ’00 Joyce Dati Poynton ’60 Jan Edward Premo Amy Peterson Proeh ’90 Margaret O’Brien Puckett ’93 The Rabkin Family Sammy Rabkin ’11 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rajczyk Susan Crouch Rassas ’64 Adele Lyden Ratzlaff ’01 Patricia Reiss, RSCJ Sara Reyes ’11 Crispino Riverol The Rocha Family

Sue Lindeman ’59

Carita Rothing

Penny Lindstrom ’80

Jane M. Rubin ’80

Aimee Lippert ’88

William and Christina Rush

Margaret S. Logan ’68

Mary Ryan

Joan Murtaugh Lovering ’55

Mary Young Sachse ’47

Leann Lyden ’11

Nancy Kelly Savard ’64

Nancy H. Unzicker ’51† Melissa Van Dygriff Mr. and Mrs. Derly Vela Stephanye Vela ’11 Diana Velasco ’90 Walgreens Alison E. Wendt ’97 Edana Westrich ’48 Cynthia Cunningham Whalen ’56 Patricia E. Whitman ’65

Maggie Young ’11

79% Participation

Dr. Ken Anderson and Dr. Rosemary Santoro

Shihua Zhou ’11

Chris and Wendy Hambleton

Holly Zindulis

Mr. and Mrs. Chin Ping Huang

Marcella Reca Zipp ’99

Ray and Peg Ives

PARENTS (82% PARTICIPATION) Class of 2011 79% Participation

Anonymous (2)

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Smith

Mr. # and Mrs. Ralph J. Elwart

Mary Blesius McCarthy ’49

The Smoot Family

Lori and Tom Flint

Mr. and Mrs. Eivind Sohoel

Vanessa Genger

Molly South ’09

Mark and Susan# Goodman

Elizabeth Gassert O’Keefe ’65

Class of 2012

Alan# and Celeste Denton

Elisa Mascorro

Deidre O’Brien ’76

Mr. Huilin Zhou and Xiaodan Li

Dan Zhang ’11

Chris and Anna# Donnelly

Shannon Quinn Norton ’78

Mr. Ping Zhang and Mrs. Yinli Fan

Mr. Gengi Chu and Jiangying Gu

Joan Limback Skinner ’47

Morgan Stanley

86% Participation

Dr. Virginia Zarob

Katie Hussey Marx ’64

Mona Lyden Moore ’74

Mr. Dan Wilson and Ms. Kit Mahlman

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carroll

Cindy and Bob Broten

Martha Monterroso ’11

Class of 2013

Jennifer L. Yost

Maureen Sippel

Maryl Montagne ’11

Mr. and Mrs. Derly Vela

Jim and Karen Bruns

Joanna Marquina ’06

Annie Montagne

Mr. and Mrs. Young Ki Won

Albert and Michelle Bettuzzi

Mr. # and Mrs. David Borosh

Katharine Bick Merritt ’61

Jeff Swinson

Martha Wink

Louis J. Sharp

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. McKinley

Bruce and Susan Watts

Hannah Wilson ’11

Yvonne Lyden ’04

M. Margaret (Peggy) McDonnell, RSCJ#

The Rabkin Family

Dr. Gerardo Izundegui Ordonez, Ph.D. Ann Marie Lipinski and Steve Kagan Mark# and Pam Kendall Mr. and Mrs. Woo Jeong Kim Catherine and Peter Lawler Zachary# and Anne Lazar Mr. Weining Li and Mrs. Xiaohang Wu Mr. JianKang Lu and TingTing Wang Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. John McEnaney

Mary and Ray Spangler

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hermsen

Alexandra Sparr ’05

The Robert Key Family

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Moriarity

Barbara Sternig ’60

Mr. and Mrs. In-Seob Kim

Frank# and Mary Oelerich

Hannah Stevens ’11

Susan J. Krakora ’72 and Leann Lyden ’11

Michael and Susan Phillips

Katherine Stewart ’06 Terri Christoph Stratz ’75

Mr. Jin Woo Lee and Mee Hye Kim

Mr. Jiang Qiang Ye and Ms. Li Wen Lou

Christie Swinson ’11

Martinovich Family

Mr. Qiang Ren and Mrs. Min L. Zhong

Julianne Smith Tewart ’75

Annie and Marty Montagne

Robert and Mary Rudnik

Linda Tilton

Mr.# and Mrs. David G. O’Neill

William and Christina Rush

Tharp Family Mr. and Mrs. Derly Vela Martha Wink

Dr. Dawn Marie Abt-Perkins

Mr. Ming Xu and Mrs. Dongdong Feng

Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Alvarez

Mr. Hong Zhang and Ms. Yufang Shan

Mary (Considine ’78) and Dave Andersen

Class of 2014

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bartusiak The Bourbon Family Mr. and Mrs. William T. Bowler III Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Brickner

64% Participation

ALUMNAE (13% PARTICIPATION) Alumnae recognized with an * following their name indicates their Membership in La Société De Dix and are gratefully recognized for having given to the Annual Fund for ten or more consecutive years.

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Marilee Stepan Wehman

Class of 1954 Mary Katherine Driscoll

Class of 1941

Barbara Wood-Prince# (Noroton)

Rosann F. Kohler*

Anonymous

Class of 1943

Maria and Stuart Allen

Jean H. Downey*

Mr. Ignacio Basagoiti and Mrs. Lorenza Madrazo

Joan K. Downey*

Class of 1955 Ann Migely Beatty Patricia S. Hitt

Blanche Guerin Rockwell*

Joan Murtaugh Lovering* Susan Reynolds Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Carlson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carollo

Connie Nester Griffith

Richard and Debra Davis

Mr. Fangjun Chai and Mrs. Jiang Ping

Class of 1946

Charlie and Vanessa Clarke

Rosemary Loyacono

Maudie Williams Bremer

Class of 1944

Lori and Tom Flint

Eleanor Pope Clem

Mary O’Boyle Connor*

Mr. Javier Calvo Elizundia and Mrs. Gabriela Diaz Sendra

Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Dorman

Patricia Lyons Breen (Mrs. John M.)

Class of 1935

Class of 1956 Maureen Hogan Lang Kathleen Runkle O’Brien*

Evelyn O’Malley Casey

Cynthia Cunningham Whalen

Margaret Sweetser Hagerty

Kathryn and John Gilbertson

Mr. Carlos Gutierrez and Mrs. Maria Elena Macias

Class of 1947

Julie Harris

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Hindman

Anne M. Beal

Mark and Emma Harris

Ginny and David Hiteshew

Rosemary Dewey, RSCJ*

Mary Beth O’Connor McGivern*

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Hermsen

Mark# and Pam Kendall

Mary Young Sachse

Karen Campbell Reid

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Jasso

Mark Ketelsen and Kathryn Hayley

Joan Limback Skinner

Mark Ketelsen and Kathryn Hayley

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kotlarz

Class of 1957 Sheila K. McCarthy

Class of 1958

Class of 1948

Georgie Blaeser, RSCJ

Edana Westrich*

Catherine Ford Gallick

Mr. Xiaobing Li and Mrs. Jinling Qin

Mr. Thomas McMenamin and Dr. Catherine Sally Walshe

Class of 1949

Class of 1959

Mr. and Mrs. Lin Lin

Mr. Luis Manuel Murillo Denoloza and Mrs. Lorena De Jesus Aguilor Bobodilla

Margaret Mary O’Neill Conley*

Sally Sears Daniels

Rosemary (Mickey) Williams DeMore

Heather Campbell Henry*

Frank# and Mary Oelerich

Virginia Fisher Ellison*

Mr. and Mrs. David Olson

Mary Blesius McCarthy

Mr. Luis Ruiz Gutierrez and Mrs. Monica Cazenave-Tapie Alcaide

Class of 1950

Mr. Jialin Liu and Mrs. Xiaohong Chai Alexander and Mary Beth Lourie Maryellen Lovell Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. MacDonald Tara L. McArdle Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. McKinley Art and Danielle Mergner The Rabkin Family Crispino Riverol Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Rozdolsky

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schumacher The Smoot Family

Carol Donovan Levis Sue Lindeman*

Class of 1960 Colleen Brennan

Alicia Sexton Brown Helen Bruns Ryan*

Angela Wallace Crilly Nancy Lynk Fitzgerald

Class of 1951

Helen O’Brien Hovdesven

Peggy Slamin*

Mr. Baogang Song and Mrs. Huifang Yu

Nancy H. Unzicker†*

Ustaski Family

Class of 1952

Margaret and Stuart Walker

Jane H. Cordell

Bruce and Susan Watts

Dee Mulroy King

Kathleen Brummel O’Regan Joyce Dati Poynton Maureen Burke Ryan Barbara Sternig

Mr. Dan Wilson and Ms. Kit Mahlman Willard and Cheryl Wood

† 50

Class of 1953

deceased

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Class of 1961

Class of 1967

Class of 1974

Class of 1978

Jill Doyle Alley

Betsy Fox Burke

Colleen Croghan Detjen

Mary Considine Andersen

Ann Baumstark Dau

Sheila Greeve Davaney

Anne M. Gallagher

Jeanie Downey Hocking

Kathleen Lynch Dunn

Ellen J. Dolan

Suzanne Burns Lawrence

Dr. Bernice E. Gallagher

Anne Gorman Miller

Elizabeth O’Neill Hamlin: In Honor of Margaret Mary O’Neill Conley ’49

Bonnie Kearney, RSCJ

Eileen Kelly Pope

Deborah Potts Kelly

Beverly Koolish Pyster

Mary Lou O’Brien Kinsella

Deborah Craft Schulz*

Therese McCaffrey McConville

Class of 1968

Katharine Bick Merritt

Kathleen Hickey Barrie

Class of 1962

Mary Ellen Cagney*

Catherine Corbett Brady

Margaret M. Huff*

Ann M. Walsh

Jane McAuliffe Kearns*

Class of 1963

Margaret S. Logan

Geri-Anne Benning

Class of 1969

Mariclaire Halligan Dixon

Patricia Colbert*

Susan Floberg Hayes

Mariita Conley

Ellen Roberson Romeiser

Class of 1964

Ann Dowdle Harter*: In Memory of Betty Manley Dowdle

Kathleen C. Bishop

Susan Brennan Morrison

Mary Kay Muldoon Canupp Susan Craft* Katie O’Connor Gawlick Patricia Perkins Glaub* Susanne Geiger Holsen Katie Hussey Marx Susan Crouch Rassas*

Kathleen O’Connor Schell*

Loretta Lavezzorio Kenny Molly McCarthy Leamon* Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Mahoney: Sheila Haggerty Mahoney M. Julie McKinley# Mona Lyden Moore Maggie Maloney Raynard Mary Clare Spencer Starshak

Sarah M. Burke

Class of 2006

Sara Reyes

Anne Schornack Trueman

Betsy Stahler Fallon

Catherine E. Lerum

Hannah Stevens

Class of 1986

Wade and Betsy (Greedan) Weinel

Joanna Marquina

Christie Swinson

Katherine Stewart

Stephanye Vela

Class of 1995

Class of 2007

Hannah Wilson

Hilary Graham LaFoley*

Annie Hudson

Maggie Young

Class of 2008

Dan Zhang

Kate Hudson

Shihua Zhou

Class of 2009

Gifts-In-Kind

Martha Agnes Bissing

Anonymous

Julie Castellini

Nancy E. Bodner

Remy O’Neill

Judy# and Jerry Castellini

Molly South

Mrs. Mary Crook

Sharon L. Stade

Kirsten B. Arndt-Hutson

Julia O’Donnell Murphy* Haruko Neal Shannon Quinn Norton

Class of 1979 Maria Fernanda Perez

Class of 1987 Erin Schornack Dickes Sara Miniat Huels Jennifer Moreland Dodie Joyce Swift

Mary Riley Scalise

Class of 1980 Charlotte Flanagan Ahern M. Christina Curran*

Class of 1988 Lisa Abdula Jennifer Murtaugh Fritzsche Aimee Lippert

Joy Fiorini Kaspi

Class of 1975 Katherine Spencer Batina Laurie O’Brien Bauer Catherine Beckmann Dawn Tatge Bernett Katie Frost Bibbs Kathryn Beine Butzlaff Carmel O’Connor Cowan

Class of 1970

Toni Cucco

Anonymous (2)

Mary Burlew DeBaise

Margaret Sheehy Collins

Jane Kennedy Fitzgibbons

Meg Fox

Anne Gerlach Friday

Anne Murphy Gallagher

Paula Mitchel Gion

Isabel Gallagher Glading

Jane Haupt

Susan Kennedy

Catherine Wiegand Herrmann

Carol Colnon McIntosh

Marion Feeley Hinken

Mary Moran, M.D.

Julie Joyce Kenary* Lauretta Kennedy Kathleen Almond Knox Penny Lindstrom Teresa Mullen Tami Hoekstra Rocha Jane M. Rubin Jenny Sullivan Sanford Catherine M. Sullivan Jenifer Dreiling Trimble

Class of 1981 Clare Croghan Borah Amy Ford Keohane

Class of 1989 Missie Kemper Beach* Julia Cunningham Alyson Naimoli Dorfman*

Class of 1990 Jamie Melin Marni S. Mans Amy Peterson Proeh Diana Velasco Jennifer Saporito Zingg

Class of 1991 The Class of 1991 in Memory of Maria Garrett

Laura Leahy Elizabeth (Betsy) O’Brien Sara Loosen Otto Margaret Walsh*

Class of 1996 Elizabeth Greco Boehlert Lauren Egan

Class of 1997 Alissa Koenig Staples Alison E. Wendt

Sara Antunovich

Elizabeth T. Lerum

Kelly Holmes

Erin Sivia

Jenny L. Pickell

Meg Greedan Heintzelman

Gina Carfagno

Holly Zindulis

Meredith Marie Koenig-Kreiss

Alex Chapa

Marcella Reca Zipp

Kaitlin Donnelly

Class of 2000

Mary Elizabeth Huff

Suzanne Spencer Cameron

Allison Mitchell Solomon

Mary Tiernan Kamraczewski*

Rosemarie Ferrer Kraus

Class of 2001

Margaret Mary Stoetzel

Jill Higman Tennant

Patricia Herrmann

Class of 1971

Terri Christoph Stratz

Cecelia Ricketts*

Jana Westrich Cathcart

Julianne Smith Tewart

Julie Wolff Roush

Class of 1992

Kathryn Patterson

Katherine Duffy

Adele Lyden Ratzlaff

Class of 1976

Class of 1983

Mary Therese Kraft-Williams

Eileen Haggerty Mundy*

Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Holland*: Jo Ann Hilliard

Mary Faith Coath Cook*

Mary Frances Bragiel

Class of 2003

Colleen Berezny Lee

Elizabeth Gassert O’Keefe

Virginia L. Roberts

Marianne Sullivan Hayes

Rooney Clohisy

Class of 1972

Carlette McMullan

Bridget Kleiderer

Patricia E. Whitman

Jane McKinley Gardner

Deidre O’Brien

Patty Nash Mullen

Nancy Zannini

Susan J. Krakora*

Lisa Stokes

Nancy Croghan Sheridan

Cathy O’Brien Leonard

Lucy Cavataio Sheata

Class of 1966

Suzanne McKenna Sullivan

Catherine Roberts Kane*

Rebecca Baxter Wafer*

Kathleen Kearney*

Class of 2004

Katya Martinovich

Rachel Roberson Agustin

Yvonne Lyden

Maryl Montagne

Allyson Benko

Martha Monterroso Blair O’Neill

Jennifer Castellini

Christina Osorio

The R.J. Mullen, Sr. & Family Foundation: Kathryn Mullen Idlas ’77, Margaret J. Mullen ’73, Teresa M. Mullen ’80

Katey Channell

So Yeong Park

The Siragusa Foundation

Molly A. Patterson

Sammy Rabkin

Margaret Hayden Bramley

Alexandra Sparr

June Simonian

Jeanne Stepan Schoder

Katherine Clair-Hayes Margaret Leider Kreuter

Carlette McMullan ’76 and John Gibbons

Class of 2005

Mary Gillard Anderson

Class of 1985

Irish Fellowship Club of Chicago

Leann Lyden

Nanette Saha

Edith O’Brien

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Haleigh M. Johnson

Goldman Sachs Gives: Kathryn and John Gilbertson

Minjoo Lee

Riley Parrott

Margaret J. Mullen

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Minhee Kim

Catherine DeLong

Kathi Mullane Hudson

Daniel Murphy Scholarship Fund

Kelsey Key

Class of 1994

Marita Buckingham

Big Shoulders Fund

Lauren Hermsen

Margaret O’Brien Puckett

Maria Luisa Perez Randle*

Anonymous

Anne Goodman

Mary Fritz Flocco

Kathryn Mullen Idlas*

Scholarships

Allie Good

Tama Soderlund Filpi*

Mary Dallman Boyer, M.D.

American Chemical Society

Allyson Genger

Madeleine Kennedy Engerman

Catherine Looby McCourt

Grants

Chelsea Fuente

Class of 1984

Katherine Gallagher Goese

Mary H. Weiss#*

Kate Flint

Class of 1977

Class of 1973

ENDOWMENTS, SCHOLARSHPS & RESTRICTED GIFTS

Charlie Elwart

Class of 1993

Meghan DeMasi

Mr. Doug Schuetz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tharp

Victoria Pompizzi

Laurie Huffaker Glowac

Mary Ryan

Class of 2011 Lisa Borosh

Abigail E. Murray

Class of 1965

Amy Issac Perlick

Nora Newman Benanti

Class of 1982

Marie Figge Wise

Mrs. Annie Montagne

100% Participation

Christine Hugon

Joy Gibbons Wallace

Mr. Mark C. Kendall#

Class of 1999

Megan Leonard Fleischel

Margaret Amberg Turk

Mrs. Mary Gramins

Tatum Denton Bernadette Gisele Hutson

Carrie Frye

Dawn Lyman Kulis*

Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Gargiulo

Annie Cockrell

Class of 1998

Kathleen Creed *

Nancy Kelly Savard*

Betsy Stahler Fallon ’94

Class of 2010

deceased

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O’C Family Foundation Endowed Scholarship O’C Family Foundation: Chris Lane, Patricia Mergener

In Memory of David L. Genger, Jr. Chris and Anna# Donnelly Linda Gazzola Denise and Ray Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Mitchell and the Gorter Family Foundation

In Honor of Dorothy Heil† Friends of Ann Patterson from the Lake Forest Bookstore

In Memory of Edward and Dorothy Heil Kathryn Patterson ’01

Tharp Family Margaret and Stuart Walker Barbara Wood-Prince# (Noroton ’54)

FUND-A-SCHOLARSHIP Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bartusiak Mr. and Mrs. William T. Bowler III Mary Frances Bragiel ’83 Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Brickner

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carris

Charlie and Vanessa Clarke

Alan# and Celeste Denton Mr. Michael Dougherty Mr. Richard Dumelle Madonna Lee Edmunds Mr. # and Mrs. Ralph J. Elwart Kathryn and John Gilbertson Mark and Susan# Goodman

Anonymous Louise W. Berezny Ed and Laura Carney Erin Schornack Dickes ’87 Capt. and Mrs. Andre Greedan Marie Louise Hickey Mr. Thomas McMenamin and Dr. Catherine Sally Walshe Art and Danielle Mergner Julia O’Donnell Murphy ’78 Mr. # and Mrs. David G. O’Neill Mr. Alfredo and Ingrid Osorio Mary Riley Scalise ’79 Mr. and Mrs. George H.D. Schulz: Deborah Craft ’67

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Tom and Liz Parrott Kathryn Patterson ’01 Michael and Susan Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Byron Reid

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grabemann Gerald J. Grossman# Chris and Wendy Hambleton

Cecelia Ricketts ’82

Sally Sears Daniels ’59

Carita Rothing

Sheila Greeve Davaney ’67

Julie Wolff Roush ’82

The Peggy Haggerty Award Patricia and Hugh Hayden Catherine Roberts Kane ’66

Rosemary (Mickey) Williams DeMore ’49

Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Rozdolsky

Diversey, Inc.

Jenny Sullivan Sanford ’80

Susan J. Krakora ’72

Mariclaire Halligan Dixon ’63

Mary Riley Scalise ’79

Jim Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Dorman

Jeanne Stepan Schoder ’77

Mary Katherine Driscoll ’54

Mr. and Mrs. George H.D. Schulz: Deborah Craft ’67

Lauren Egan ’96 Mr. # and Mrs. Ralph J. Elwart Madeleine Kennedy Engerman ’84 The Ford Foundation

Lucy Cavataio Sheata ’65 Peggy Slamin ’51 Mary Clare (Spencer ’74) and Joseph Starshak Jeff# and Betsy Steele

Marie L. Kipka

SPECIAL INTENTION RECORD IN MEMORIAM Josefina Alfaro Elisa Mascorro Bill Arnold Mary Crook

Ustaski Family

Mr. and Mrs. George H. Gilmore, Jr.

Lisa Stokes ’76

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Bevan

Dodie Joyce Swift ’87

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Crane

Mary# and John Swift

Carolyn Dalton

Tharp Family

Thomas J. Godfrey and Judith Hamilton-Godfrey

Margaret and Stuart Walker Mr. Dan Wilson and Ms. Kit Mahlman

TRANSFORMING LIVES CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

Katherine Gallagher Goese ’77 Gerald J.

Grossman#

Margaret Sweetser Hagerty ’46 Marianne Sullivan Hayes ’76

Anonymous (2)

Kelly Holmes ’98

Mary (Considine ’78) and Dave Andersen

Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation

Mr. Donald M. Arndt

Lorraine and Jon Kaplan

Barat Education Foundation

Mark# and Pam Kendall

Missie Kemper Beach ’89

Amy Ford Keohane ’81

Ann Migely Beatty ’55

The Robert Key Family

Nora Newman Benanti ’99

Dawn Lyman Kulis ’81

Louise W. Berezny

Lake Forest Bank & Trust Company

Dawn Tatge Bernett ’75

Alicia Sexton Brown ’50

Mary Therese Kraft-Williams ’92 and Gregory Williams

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carroll

Alexander and Mary Beth Lourie

Brian and Laura Curley

Barbara Wood-Prince# (Noroton ’54)

Margaret Mary Stoetzel ’70

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kotlarz

Cathy O’Brien Leonard ’65

Adele Lyden Ratzlaff ’01

Jane F. Geldermann

Mr.

Zachary# and Anne Lazar

Susan Craft ’64

Mary# and John Swift

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Kohlmeyer

Catherine and Peter Lawler

Ann and Mike# Patterson

Alfred T. Craft Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A. Baumann

Dr. and Mrs. William Kaplan

Kevin and Joanne Krakora

Maria Luisa Perez Randle ’66

Jeff# and Betsy Steele

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy W. Bestler: In Honor of Dave# and Nancy O’Neill

Ginny and David Hiteshew

Jane H. Cordell ’52

Jennifer Murtaugh Fritzsche ’88

Ellie and Charley Clarke Brian and Laura Curley

General Scholarship Fund

Mr. # and Mrs. David G. O’Neill

Fran Salvi

Judy# and Jerry Castellini

The Dennis Quinlivan Family & Friends

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Moore

Sarah M. Burke ’94 and Roscoe Crampton

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Carroll

In Memory of Bernadette K. Quinlivan ’46

Ms. Amy McDonald

Robert and Mary Rudnik

Chris and Anna# Donnelly

Chris and Anna# Donnelly

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McCarthy

Jim and Karen Bruns

Mr. J. Phillip Brooks

In Memory of Edmund Mekertichian

Marsha Marko

Cindy and Bob Broten

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Carney

Dr. Richard and Mary† Scheiber

Marni S. Mans ’90

Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Rozdolsky

In Memory of James Keilwitz

Nancy Finn, RSCJ#

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. MacDonald

#

and Mrs. David Borosh

Jim Stewart

Nancy H. Unzicker ’51†

Alfred B. Lee, Jr. Elisa Mascorro Michael C. McConville Lee Jashelski

Colleen McCue Groves ’87

Michael J. Palmer Susan J. Krakora ’72

Margaret E. Haggerty ’71†

Beth Murtha Paradis Phil Creed

Julie Joyce Kenary ’80

IN HONORIAM

Elaine and Peter Marshall

Laura C. Ernst ’93 and Mark Payne Wedding Congratulations Dr. Bernice E. Gallagher ’61 and Mr. Joseph P. Howard

Virginia Milton McGehee ’43†

Jennifer Sroka Brian and Laura Curley

Mary Judith Reichmann ’50†

Rosemary Potts Loyacono ’53

Sylvia Landl S. Birthday Best Wishes and Success in the Future Mary Ryan Helen Wanken Dr. Virginia Zarob

Wade and Betsy (Greedan ’94) Weinel

Louise S. Leesley

Wells Fargo Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Peters

Alison E. Wendt ’97

Jan Edward Premo

Anonymous

Mr. Dan Wilson and Ms. Kit Mahlman

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Quinn

Helen Kavanagh Baum ’35†

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Smith

Sallie Smith Bell†

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Smith

Louise K. Berner†

Mary and Ray Spangler

Rose Garibaldi Bolognesi ’08†

Zachary# and Anne Lazar Jim and Linda Leahy

Mr. Alain Wood-Prince

Anita R. Thies

Alicia Sexton Brown ’50

Sam Lewis and Shari Holmer Lewis

Edward Alain Wood-Prince

Marjorie Creed The Creed Family

Mary Isabelle McKenna Caestecker ’25†

James E. DeMore Laura Curley

Megan Carroll ’85

Tom Dempsey Al and Barbara Fritsch

Jo-Ellen Killoran Domalski ’51

Betty Manley Dowdle Ann Dowdle Harter ’69

Gertrude Reiss Dorschel†

Maria Garrett ’91 The Class of 1991

Mary Pietrowicz Byrnes Finlen ’18†

Maureen and Don O’Meara

Judy# and Jerry Castellini

Julie Castellini ’09

Remy O’Neill ’09

Alan# and Celeste Denton

Rooney Clohisy ’83

Sara Loosen Otto ’95

Kaitlin Donnelly ’11

John and Sharon Conklin

Ellen Peter

Mariita Conley ’69

Beverly Koolish Pyster ’67

The Frye Foundation: Carrie Frye ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Judy

Barbara Sternig ’60

Patricia Landa Webster ’59

Susan J. Krakora ’72

Jennifer Castellini ’05

Pauline Smith ’29†

The Mater Admirabilis Legacy Society honors individuals whose estate plans include Woodlands Academy. These exceptional individuals are ensuring the preservation of the values and traditions of Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart for years to come.

Bruce and Susan Watts

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Bodner

Kimberly T. Smith ’77

Jenifer L. Dreiling Trimble ’80

Mr. Glenn A. Keats

Deidre O’Brien ’76

Mrs. Jo Joyce Roberson†

MATER ADMIRABILIS LEGACY SOCIETY

Edward and Netty Wanandi

Abbott Fund

Victoria Stephan Nelson, Ph.D. ’73

Elizabeth Theisen ’79

Lee Jashelski

Anonymous

Mary Mertes Mooney ’40†

Lisa M. Stokes ’76

Ann M. Walsh ’62

Restricted Gifts

Heather Campbell Henry ’57

Elayne P. Knauer

William and Marie Wise Family Foundation: Marie Figge Wise ’64

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Mahoney: Sheila Haggerty Mahoney ’74

John and Deb Guy

Dr. Ashton Welch Dr. Virginia Zarob

Gerald J.

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Marlatt

Beatrice Fox Friedrich ’29† Margaret Grafft Gibbons ’76† Ann Therese Gorman ’46†

John and Kathleen Vondran

Candida M. Casey#

Mary Faith Coath Cook ’76

Grossman#

David Henderson Mary and Bill Crook

M. Christina Curran ’80

Stephen and Rosaria Donohoe

Mike and Mary Ann Walsh

Pamela Lombardi Wenzel ’67 Barbara Jones Wood-Prince# (Noroton ’54)

Thank you to our generous donors and volunteers whose gifts and talents enrich our community and fortify the values that are the foundation of a Sacred Heart education. This report acknowledges all donations received by Woodlands Academy of the Sacred Heart from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011. Every effort has been made to compile an accurate list. If your name does not appear, or is listed incorrectly, please accept our sincere apologies and contact the Advancement Office at (847) 234-4300.

Margaret E. Haggerty ’71 Lee Jashelski

deceased

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faculty + staff

# board of trustees 2010 -2011 /

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save the date Ash Wednesday Prayer Service

Liturgy & Sacred Heart Awards

Fine Arts Evening

February 22, 2012 / 10:30am

March 16, 2012 / 10:30am

May 17, 2012 / 6:00pm

Honors Assembly

Cultural Odyssey

February 24, 2012 / 10:45am

April 13, 2012

Mothers Club Family Mass & Potluck

Spanish Honor Induction Ceremony

WAAA Senior Induction Ceremony & St. Philippine Duchesne Outstanding Alumna Award

February 26, 2012

April 17, 2012 / 11:45am

Spring Musical

French Honor Induction Ceremony

March 1–4, 2012

April 19, 2012 / 11:45am

Junior Ring Ceremony & Reception March 2, 2012 / 1:45pm

Guest Speaker Frances McNamara April 20, 2012 / 10:45am

Parent Coffee with Gerald Grossman

Congé

March 6, 2012 / 8:30am

April 28, 2012

Career Day

May Crowning Prayer Service

March 9, 2012 / 8:30am

May 4, 2012 / 10:30am – 11:45am

Father / Daughter Pins & Pizza

Head of School Thank You Luncheon

May 18, 2012 / 10:30am

Mother /Daughter Luncheon May 18, 2012 / 11:30am

Madeleine Sophie Barat Prayer Service and SH Awards May 23, 2012 / 10:30am

Sports Award Ceremony May 23, 2012 / 6:30pm

Honors Assembly (mandatory) June 6, 2012 / 10:00am

March 11, 2012

Graduation June 7, 2012 / 6:00pm

May 15, 2012

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