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president`s report - Saint Peter`s Prep
SAINT PETER’S PREPARATORY SCHOOL
MAGAZINE
Fall 2010
Scholastics shape the Prep experience.
Jesuit Scholastics: Formed at Prep, Freer to Serve the World
Chojnacki. Grimes. Mullin. Burgaleta. Benz. Arabia. Riordan. And on and on. This is a short list of the many Jesuit
scholastics who have served Saint Peter’s Prep as Jesuit regents. Like me, each of my Jesuit companions were missioned
by their provincial to spend two or three years of apostolic training and testing in Jersey City. Together, our missions
collectively emphasize the centrality of the classroom, the setting where year after year Prep students teach Jesuit regents
to be: open to growth, intellectually competent, religious, selflessly loving and caring, and committed to doing justice.
While the Jesuit scholastic remains a “student” during regency, he is not a graduate student of philosophy and theology
as is the norm during first studies. A regent who flourishes enters more fully into his role as an active member of the
Society of Jesus; for many of my Jesuit companions formed at Prep during regency they are now freer to serve the world
under the banner of the cross.
Like Prep students, Jesuits are tested and examined well beyond the novitiate. Regency as a stage in Jesuit formation is
rooted in the Society of Jesus’ Constitutions and their Complementary Norms, dating back to the founding of the Society
by Saint Ignatius of Loyola in 1540. Regency empowers the Jesuit scholastic to reach beyond himself, to embody the
apostolic generosity profoundly articulated by Ignatius in his Suscipe Prayer and Prayer for Generosity.
As I return home to Prep, where I completed my Jesuit novitiate long experiment in 2007, I am mindful of the students
I will serve, and grateful for the many colleagues whom I know personally and now call friends. I also value the
promise of returning to 180 Grand Street, where I shared meals at table with Fathers Dinneen, Mullin, Benz, Oppido,
O’Brien and Reiser.
Beyond the professional and communitarian aspects of regency come the responsibility of integrating and developing
a spiritual life. At the heart of my mission to Prep must be my personal prayer! For me, regency is a time to pray with
others, to pray with my students, and my colleagues, it is a time to be aware of all of God’s children who seek to so
readily find God in all things. Therefore, the context of regency in Jesuit formation and the significance of a regent in the
life of Prep include the very breadth and depth of graces of the Spiritual Exercises. The graces of the Spiritual Exercises
guide the young Jesuit as he demonstrates growth in formation for apostolic life and mission.
This fall, as I begin my regency, I am mindful of the Jesuits who walked the halls of Mulry, who called Shalloe a home,
who worked with Fathers Ray Balduf, Joe Parkes and Jim Keenan. However, I am mostly aware of the Prep students
and our lay colleagues who shaped the lives of these Jesuit companions. Without Prep students, without Prep families,
without Prep colleagues and collaborators we cannot have Prep. No Jesuit formed at Prep is free to serve the world
without first singing “Pride & Glory” with the students he loves and cares for – so together let us sing: “It is a story of
gladness, with no shadow of sadness: Our years spent with you, Saint Peter’s so true.”
A.M.D.G.
Ben Brenkert, S.J.
Jesuit Scholastic
CONTENTS
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Cover Story
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Jesuit “Mr.”
As Prep welcomes a new Jesuit scholastic
to the faculty for the first time since 2006,
alumni from five decades share their
memories of the scholastics who helped
shape their Prep experiences – and their
lives beyond Grand & Warren.
Features
Volume 21 - Number 1
Fall 2010
Chris Casazza, ’97
Editor
Robert Reiser, S.J.
President
Mike Jiran, ‘03
Managing Editor
James DeAngelo, ’85
Principal
John Irvine, ’83, P’11
Sports Editor
Robert Nodine, ’67
Vice President for Finance
Ben Brenkert, S.J.
Chris Caulfield, ’03
Bob Colacurcio, ’73
Vincent Conti, ’96
Jim DeAngelo, ’85
Gabe Doria, ’81
Bob Furlong
Jim Horan, ’70
Tom Leane, ’65, P’04
Ginny Needham-Doyle, P’07
Jack Savage, ’57
Contributors
James Horan, ’70
Vice President for Planning &
Principal Giving
Mace Duncan Ohleyer
Hotplate
Design
Michael Jiran, ‘03
Director of Communications
Mark Wyville, ’76, P’11
Photography
Christopher Casazza, ’97
Chief Advancement Officer
John Irvine, ’83, P’11
Director of Admissions
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The 144 Grand Gala Soars to New Heights
The third annual Gala raised more than $355,000 in
support of the Financial Assistance Program, helping to
keep a Jesuit education within reach for qualified students
in financial need.
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Najee Glass: Shattering Expectations
Najee Glass, ’12 followed an outstanding sophomore
track season with a journey to Singapore to represent
the United States at the Youth Olympic Games, where he
qualified for the 400 meter final, then helped his medley
relay team take home the gold medal.
Departments
Gary Bogdanski, ’02
Director of Alumni Relations
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Danielle DiCerbo
Director of Annual Giving
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Ginny Needham-Doyle, P’07
Director of Special Events
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Saint Peter’s Preparatory School, Jersey City, NJ, and is distributed
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ON THE COVER: Throughout the years, Jesuit scholastics on the faculty have played
many roles in shaping the Prep experience – a tradition that continues this year as
Ben Brenkert, S.J. begins his regency at Grand & Warren. (see page 16).
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Sports
Volleyball nets state finals bid; Baseball
grows along with new coach; All-county
honors for four Tennis players; Lacrosse
enjoys strongest season to date; Track
turns heads at Penn Relays; Golfers earn
sectional honors
Copyright ©2010, Saint Peter’s Prep. All publication rights reserved.
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Prep welcomes 218 new alumni; A new
chairman for the Board of Trustees; Ignatian
Scholars lead the way; New facilities begin
reshaping campus; Prep Crew makes a splash.
5 Questions
Bob Colacurcio, ’73, the Prep Alumni
Board’s new president, talks about his
goals for the Board and for the alumni
community as a whole.
Joseph Villanella, ’79
CD Graphics
Printing
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Alumni
Alumni Weekend brings it all back home;
New faces on Prep’s advancement team;
Farewells to Mr. Rooney and Fr. McManus.
Photo File
Honor thy father and thy mother with this trip into the
Photo File to celebrate the Prep Parents’ Association’s
70th anniversary.
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Prep Welcomes 218 New Alumni
On June 6, 218 young men turned the page
to begin a new chapter of their lives. Prep’s 132nd
Commencement was the culmination of a four-year journey that began for a group of
boys at the corner of Grand & Warren in the fall of 2006, marked by moments from
JUG to gym class, from Kairos to Campion papers. In the course of the ceremony, held
once again in the Yanitelli Recreational Life Center at Saint Peter’s College, 218 seniors
became Prep’s 218 newest alumni, joining thousands of fellow Prep men who have
gone before.
The 218 boys who walked into Prep in the fall of
2006 now entered as young men, dressed in the
traditional white dinner jackets for graduation.
Alex Yang, ‘10 spoke for the class, and, recalling Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken,” he
reflected upon the decision he and each of his classmates made four years ago to attend
Saint Peter’s Prep. “As I reflect upon my Prep career, I think that choosing this school
has made all the difference in my life,” he said. “I do not believe that any other choice
I could have made back then would have benefited me this much. I do not believe that
any other school caters to the character of its students the way that Prep does. Prep’s
dedication to excellence...extends to the character with its philosophy of cura personalis,
care for the whole person.”
The idea of the four-year journey at Prep as a segment in the greater journey of life was echoed when Ken Dandorph, P’86, set to retire after
a distinguished 29-year Prep journey of his own, addressed the class as this year’s faculty speaker. Mr. Dandorph spoke of the three things
he wished for the Class of 2010: that they would never forget their time at Grand & Warren and the lessons learned along the way; that they
would continue the intellectual, social and spiritual growth they started during their Prep years; and that they would find “life outside the
bubble of academia” fulfilling and successful as they grow into the leaders of tomorrow.
“Your academic and formational Prep education began when the faculty, coaches, moderators, administration, and staff started you on your
journey we call Jesuit education,” he told the class, “and that journey will continue wherever the road of life may lead. Get involved wherever
you go, become the leaders and help to make wherever you are a better place for all,” Mr. Dandorph challenged the graduates. “You showed
that you know how to do this at Prep, now you need to take that to the next level.”
Or to put it another way, as Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s president, remarked as the ceremony concluded, “[T]o the men of the class of 2010,
remember that you are now, and will always be, our pride and our glory.”
 To read the full text of the faculty and student speeches, visit www.spprep.org/prepmag
Quoting Robert Frost, student
speaker Alex Yang, ’10 reflected on
how he and his classmates have
seen their lives shaped by choosing
the “road” that passed through
Grand & Warren.
After a 29-year career that saw him become a fixture
of Prep life, Ken Dandorph P’86 spoke on behalf of the
faculty before beginning a well-earned retirement.
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called the graduates forward to
receive their diplomas.
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Dads and Grads:
The Tradition Continues
Fifteen of this year’s graduates were the sons, stepsons or grandsons of alumni, carrying on the proud tradition of Prep legacies. The “dads and grads”
met before the commencement ceremony for the traditional group photos. Pictured, left to right, are front rows: Michael Rizzo and father Jimmy Rizzo, ’77;
Michael Kurasz and father Anthony Kurasz, ’78; Kenneth Walter and father Kenneth Walter, ’81; Alexander Perez and stepfather Michael Guasconi, ’71;
Joseph Buckman and father John Buckman, ’79; Vincent Caldas and father Jay Caldas, ’76. Middle rows: William Cummings and father Kevin
Cummings, ’72; Robert Liccardo and father Joseph Liccardo, ’77; Ryan Purcell and grandfather Joseph Purcell, ’43; Matthew Feeney and father Jim
Feeney, ’78; Nathaniel Keating and father Anthony Keating, ’78 (a member of Prep’s history department). Back rows: Timothy Mernar, brother Andrew
Mernar, ’09 and father Robert Mernar, ’72; Matthew Roake and father John Roake, ’82. Not present at the time of the photo, but also celebrating the
day as a “dad and grad” duo, were Christopher McKnight and father Kevin McKnight, ’84.
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A New Chair for Prep’s Board of Trustees
On July 1, Bill Ahearn, ’75, P’01 became the sixth chairman of Prep’s Board of Trustees, continuing a tradition of stewardship that began with
Don Moriarty, ’48 in 1985.
Ahearn has more than 25 years of experience in developing and leading corporate communications programs for the world’s top financial services,
consulting, and medical research organizations. Since 2002, he has served as Vice President for Strategic Communications at the Juvenile Diabetes Research
Foundation, the world’s largest medical research foundation for type 1 diabetes. During a previous term on Prep’s Board of Trustees, he served as chair both
of the board’s Development Committee and the Annual Fund. In 2008, he and wife Seton co-chaired the inaugural edition of The 144 Grand Gala. They are
the proud parents of Liam (Prep class of ’01) and Caitlin, and reside in Cranford.
The tradition of stewardship Prep’s new chairman inherits is also a family tradition. He succeeds Jack Caulfield, ‘71, P’00,’03, his brother-in-law. During
his six-year tenure as chair, Caulfield, a Board member since 1999, oversaw the 2006 strategic plan as well as the 2008 master plan which is now
beginning to reshape Prep’s campus. The past six years have also seen significant initiatives in Ignatian identity, faculty retention, financial planning and
curriculum development.
“Bill brings with him a life-long love of Prep, through his experience as a student in the 1970s, as a parent of a student - his son Liam - in the 1990s, and
his service as a trustee in the 2000s,” said Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s president. “I am confident that his love of the Prep community, his light-hearted nature [on
display when he emceed the Legends of Prep dinner last fall], and his thoughtful approach to Prep’s future will translate into sound leadership as he assumes
the role of chairman.”
William J. Ahearn, ’75, P’01, seen here as host of last year’s Legends of Prep dinner,
became the new chairman of the Saint Peter’s Prep Board of Trustees on July 1.
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A Capital Showing for Prep Musicians
Prep’s young musicians traveled to Washington, D.C. for a weekend in April, where they enjoyed a truly
impressive showing at the Heritage Festival music competitions. They returned to Grand & Warren with an
armful of awards to show for their talent and dedication.
Among the accolades garnered by the various ensembles, under the direction of Mr. Steve Caslowitz and Mr. Gianpaolo Eleria, were:
• The 2010 Heritage Festival Sweepstakes Award: Saint Peter’s Prep Music Program
• Gold Prize: Prep Vox
• Silver Prize: Sodality Jazz Band
• Bronze Prize: Concert Band
• An invitation to perform at Carnegie Hall and Boston Symphony Hall: Prep Vox
• Maestro Soloist Prize: James Kuklinski, ‘10 on tenor sax
• Maestro Soloist Prize: Chris Manley, ‘12 on guitar
Congratulations are in order to Prep’s own music men – as well as their directors – for their hard work and for earning the highest accolades at an
event which had over 1000 music student participants.
Ignatian Scholars: Quamplurimi et Quam Aptissimi
Chris Lowney, former Jesuit and author of Heroic Leadership, describes the
Jesuit founders’ methods when selecting recruits for their newly formed
company as looking for quamplurimi et quam aptissimi, “as many as
possible of the very best.” With this focus on the best of the very best
among our student body, and with a look to those who exhibit the potential
to be such leaders, Saint Peter’s Prep has embarked on an exciting new
initiative. Beginning this September, the Ignatian Scholars program has
replaced the Presidential Scholars, and offers incoming freshmen that have
demonstrated superior academic proficiency a chance to become the very
aptissimi that the early Jesuits sought.
Guided by program director Juan Arteaga of the English department
and program coordinator Trish Fitzpatrick of admissions, this new and
innovative program seeks to expose the scholars to four major areas of
development: spirituality and service, cultural/artistic, alumni resources,
and leadership development. This formation will result in each of these
already motivated students developing their intellectual competence,
spiritual lives, and commitment to justice in ways that many may have
not considered before this program. When looking to the future of the
Ignatian Scholars program, Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s president, observes,
“every activity at Prep, whether it be academic, service, artistic, or athletic has the goal of forming young men who will contribute to our world as
responsible global citizens. We expect great things of our Ignatian Scholars and are very excited about this ground-breaking program.”
An Ignatian Scholars Team consisting of upperclassmen has been formed to mentor the incoming Ignatian Scholars of 2014. They are Michael Bajuz, ’11,
Jack Byram, ’13, Joseph Carroll, ’11, Roberto Cortinas, ’11, Isiah Cruz, ’13, Matthew Foley, ’11, Brian Franconeri, ’12, James Fox, ’11, Savon Huggins, ’11,
Philip McGovern, ’11, Jack McNulty, ’12, Francis Padre, ’11, and Luca Taite, ’11.
“This program offers an opportunity to incoming freshmen that is inherent to the very heart of Jesuit education,” explained Arteaga. “I am of
course excited about what this program can accomplish, but what I find most unique is the enthusiasm of the team members themselves.”
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Prep’s Master Plan
$2 Million in Renovations Initiate Phase One Projects
Following three years of intensive planning on both the macro and micro levels, Phase One of the
school’s multi-faceted and far-reaching master plan for the campus began in earnest this past
spring, highlighted by some $2 million in construction projects affecting three buildings along
Grand Street.
These initial projects were completed by Labor Day, in time for students and faculty to return for
this new academic year. They included the following:
• Conversion of the former Saint Peter’s Church into the O’Keefe Commons, a cafeteria/multi
purpose facility;
• Conversion of the former Parish Building into a facility dedicated to the music/choral program;
• Conversion of the former Hogan Hall locker room into an academic center, including three new
classrooms and new bathrooms.
In late winter 2010, work will begin on the remaining—and major—component of Phase One:
the conversion of the former Burke Hall from a general academic building and cafeteria into a
state-of-the-art facility devoted to science education. This component, to be completed by the
beginning of the 2011-12 academic year at a cost of approximately $9.4 million, will complete
Phase One of the master plan and will set the stage for future campus improvements.
“After so much time devoted to the planning of, and fundraising for, the Phase One projects, it
is both energizing and exciting to see the blueprints come to life,” said Bob Reiser, S.J., Prep’s
president. “Most significantly, these new facilities are providing us with much greater flexibility
in terms of scheduling classes and events on campus, in addition to continuing the overall
improvement of the campus that began in the 1990s.”
The total cost of the Phase One projects, including the planning and fundraising components and
related ancillary costs, is approximately $13.5 million, which is being funded through Imagine:
The Fund for Saint Peter’s Prep. Since the fund’s inception in the fall of 2006, Prep has raised
$11.3 million in commitments specifically earmarked for the campus renovations that comprise the
master plan. In addition, during this same period the Imagine Fund raised $2.6 million earmarked
for scholarships and financial assistance, for a total approaching $14 million.
“On both the fundraising and the planning levels, we are pleased with our current position,” said
Jim Horan, ’70, vice president for planning & principal giving. “Especially gratifying has been the
school’s ability to raise significant funds for these major construction projects and our financial
assistance programs during these challenging economic times. In essence, it validates our ongoing
emphasis on supporting these two crucial initiatives.”
Horan added that the emphasis for the coming year includes raising the funds necessary to fully
support the remaining Phase One projects, as well as identifying the projects that will comprise
the next phase of construction as part of the master plan.
 View photos of the completed construction projects at www.spprep.org/prepmag
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between Shalloe Hall and the former church
building, is the new home for Prep’s music
and choral programs, including a new
computer lab for music technology.
The former Saint Peter’s Church (closed by the parish in the summer of 2009) has been transformed
into a versatile multi-purpose facility, serving as a student cafeteria during the day and a site for various
special events and receptions at other times throughout the year. Improvements within the facility include
expanded bathrooms, the creation of office space for the dean of students and for campus ministry,
improved heating and air conditioning, and new flooring and lighting. This renovated facility will serve Prep
for the foreseeable future, until a new multi-purpose space is constructed in the Burke Hall parking lot later
this decade as part of a future phase of the master plan.
The basement locker room in Hogan Hall has been converted
into three new, permanent, fully-equipped classrooms, plus
expanded and renovated bathroom facilities.
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For 400 Students,
a Maroon and White Summer
By Bob Furlong
Although the term “summer school” often elicits grimaces from many students,
more than 400 young men in summer programs at Prep filled the school with great energy and enthusiasm for five weeks. Among these
unflagging students, over 200 young men participated in HAP, more than 70 rising freshman worked diligently in the Pre-Prep program, and fifty
dedicated students helped to launch Prep’s Summer Enrichment Program.
During June and July, the young men in the Enrichment Program challenged themselves not only in the classroom; but also on the college
campuses of Rutgers, Fordham, and Columbia; and on the streets of Chinatown. Eighteen rising seniors under the tutelage of college placement
counselor Erin Knittel engaged in mock college interviews, developed their college application essays, and met with admissions at local colleges
to gain in-depth knowledge about college admissions. A number of rising sophomores and juniors prepared for AP World History or AP US
History in a seminar class led by Mary Anne McElroy, chair of the history department; others worked with Assistant Dean of Students Dan Healy,
‘01 on building their trigonometry skills in order to advance to a higher level math course in September; a diligent group of students worked
on SAT preparation with Prep faculty members Julie Groark and Erin Stark; and eight students and Frank Giordano, ‘99 of the modern language
department studied Mandarin with Prep alum Patrick McGovern ’99. With this summer’s courses having come to a close, many of the students
are already looking forward to the opportunities that next summer’s programs will offer them.
Bob Furlong is Prep’s director of summer programs, and a member of Prep’s English department.
Prep Crew
Makes a Splash
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FALL 2010  www.spprep.org  PREP Magazine In their inaugural season as a club team, Prep Crew made waves in
competition. After just eight practices, the team notched a fourth place and
two third place results in their first ever regatta on the Passaic River. Six weeks
later, the team claimed the gold medal in the Novice 4 division. About thirty
Prepsters took to the water twice a week for practices this past spring. This fall,
the Marauders will row once more, with a full schedule of practices and races.
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Prep Team Participates in JSEA Colloquium
By Jim DeAngelo, ´85
The fourteen teachers and administrators who
represented Prep at the JSEA Colloquium pose
together on the Santa Clara University campus.
Every three years, the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA), the
organization comprised of the 52 Jesuit high schools in North America, sponsors a
colloquium to examine the salient issues facing Jesuit education. This past June, some 600 teachers
and administrators from Jesuit schools across the globe gathered at Santa Clara University in California for five days of presentations, discussions and dialogue
centered around the theme of “Sent to the Frontiers,” a phrase taken from Decree Three of the 35th General Congregation of the Society of Jesus in 2008.
The keynote address, delivered by noted futurist Ian Crocker, outlined the immense technological changes that shape and change our culture on an almost
daily basis. Crocker sought to illustrate how the ever-increasing rate and types of technological innovations, such as the processing rate of computers or the
capabilities of handheld devices, will necessarily have an effect on the teaching and learning in all schools. Crocker’s presentation informed several discussions
in the days that followed as many tried to reconcile Ignatian pedagogical principles with the challenges presented by rapid rate of technological change.
The colloquium also afforded participants several opportunities to attend one-hour presentations on best practices in pedagogy, spiritual development and
many more topics. Prep’s team, which included 14 teachers and administrators, contributed several such sessions.
At the closing session, David Ciancimino, S.J., provincial of the New York Province, delivered remarks that encouraged everyone, Jesuits and lay persons alike,
to continue exploring the ways Jesuit high schools will continue to meet the challenges of our world—technological and otherwise—by remaining steadfast in
our commitment to our Jesuit identity.
Prep’s team returned from the colloquium energized by the experience of meeting with colleagues from schools across the nation and overseas and will look for
ways to partner with colleagues from Prep and other Jesuit schools in implementing ideas learned there.
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The 144 Grand Gala
Soars to New Heights
“You did it, my son! You are going to Saint Peter’s Prep!”
When he heard his father utter those words with
tears in his eyes, then 14-year-old Adam San Miguel, ‘02, could not imagine how his life was about to change. Now a college graduate working on his master’s
degree, Adam shared this poignant moment as he addressed the guests at The 144 Grand Gala, explaining that had it not been for Prep’s Financial Assistance
Program, he would never have had the opportunities his Jesuit education has afforded him. With gratitude, he raised his glass and toasted all those whose
generosity makes it possible for families like the San Miguels to send their sons to Prep.
Following his lead, Prep’s alumni, parents and friends raised their paddles in support of the Financial Assistance Program. In just its third year, The 144 Grand
Gala raised a total of than $355,000, a new school record. All who attended agreed it was a spectacular event, from the excitement of bidding on (and winning)
the amazing items in the silent and live auctions, to the music of The Rhythm Shop.
By evening’s end, Bob Reiser, S.J. along with co-chair couples Donna and Jimmy Rizzo, ‘78, P’10, Marianne and Bill Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09, and Linda and Tom
Tulp, P’10, could echo those words that Adam remembered…”you did it!”
The ladies take to the stage as vocalists of The Rhythm Shop cheer them on.
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FALL 2010  www.spprep.org  PREP Magazine “A Home Mass and Pizza with Fr. Azzarto” sets off a flurry of bidding
during the Live Auction.
Battling laryngitis, Live Auction co-chair
Rosie Park, P’10, checks on the details of “A Most
Memorable Dinner” with Chef Floyd Cardoz, P’11,
as “understudy” Patty Hetherington, P’08,’11 and
Ginny Needham-Doyle, P’07, director of special
events, stand ready to lend a hand.
Gala Gift Gathering Party hosts Anne and
Mark Armstrong share a moment with their
son John, ‘10, at The 144 Grand Gala.
Bob Reiser, S.J. (third from left) congratulates The 144 Grand Gala co-chair
couples on a job well done! (l. to r.) Tom and Linda Tulp, P’10, Donna and Jimmy
Rizzo, ‘77, P’10, and Marianne and Bill Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09.
Volunteering can be fun! Members of the senior class who served as
spotters during the live auction enjoy a moment with Prep staff. (l. to r.)
Mike Rizzo, Phil Buzzerio, Johnny Kelley, Trish Fitzpatrick, P’07, Ryan
Heffernan, Mary Durante and Tom Tulp.
Mark your calendars:
April 9, 2011
The 144 Grand Gala
moves to The Westin in
Jersey City!
Adam San Miguel, ‘02, raises his glass to toast
those who support the Financial Assistance
Program at Prep. Adam was the “Fund-a-Scholar”
speaker at the Gala.
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FEATURE
Najee Glass: Shattering Expectations
This summer, Prep’s own Najee Glass, ‘12, traveled to Singapore, where he
represented the United States in the 400 meter dash and the Americas team
in the medley relay at the inaugural Youth Olympic Games. After placing sixth
in the 400 meter final, he led his relay teammates to the gold medal. Just as
smashing as Glass’ performance on the world stage is the story of his road to
international competition. By Chris Caulfield, ´03
As the young runner stepped onto the line for the first four hundred
meter dash of his life the possibilities and limitations seemed endless. The
nervous energy ran throughout his body. At a time like this questions
would begin to arise in any runner’s head: What is my strategy? How
can I win this race? Quickly, every spectator in attendance would see
exactly what that strategy was. The gun sounded and one common
response ran throughout the crowd: “He is running too fast, he needs
to slow down.” His mother, Trina Glass tried to meet him at the halfway
point, to warn him to pace himself. But as he continued unabated, the
crowd realized that there was no hope, that he was quickly approaching
his doom as the dreaded final one hundred meter stretch loomed ahead.
Then something very rare happened: he ran faster still. As he approached
the finish line every person in attendance realized what the world came
to see in August: Najee Glass, ’12 doesn’t know the meaning of the
words “slow down.”
A very different picture of Najee Glass was displayed just a few months
ago at the New Jersey State Indoor Meet of Champions. Lying on the
ground in agony after a narrow defeat to a runner he had beaten just
five days previously was not the conclusion to his sophomore indoor
season Najee had hoped for. Having torn a muscle in his hip, it was clear
that there would be a long road ahead to recovery. For many athletes an
injury like this one would destroy any sense of confidence or hope for the
following season just around the corner.
Unfortunately for Glass, he didn’t just have some pre-season meets to
worry about; he had the World Youth Olympic Trials just one month away.
The injury was so debilitating that Najee couldn’t even lift his leg for
normal walking motions, meaning running of any kind appeared to be
out of the question. After a full two weeks’ rest, something needed to
be done. Coach Mike Burgess used his years of expertise to formulate
a workout plan that would test Najee’s limits without endangering his
injured muscle. It was clear to Burgess that the workouts needed to
happen in an environment that would restrict movement while testing
the limits of Najee’s stamina. This plan would work in a very unlikely
place for a runner: the water.
Najee Glass, ‘12 followed his stellar sophomore year for Prep Track with a
gold medal performance at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.
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Over the next three weeks Najee
would spend each day in the pool
testing limits that he had never tested
before; however, the fact that he was
missing valuable time on the track
still plagued him. Could he meet the
expectations placed before him with
virtually no running included in his
routine for almost one month? Week
after week Najee’s condition improved,
but as the date approached it became
abundantly clear that he would be
entering the U.S. trial in Texas without
the accepted mode of preparation.
Glass capped an outstanding sophomore year by taking the gold medal in
the 400 meters at the NJSIAA Outdoor Meet of Champions in June – a
prelude to his Youth Olympic gold in August.
With the opportunity of a lifetime steadily approaching, the issue was still in doubt; however, Najee’s desire to achieve
something he had dreamed of his whole life overshadowed any of these uncertainties. Day after day, Glass used this
desire to fuel his workouts and his recovery process. Coach Burgess could see that no matter what obstacle stood in his
way, Najee Glass would not be denied.
March turned to April and the day had come. April 3 was here, and Najee Glass stepped onto the line at the University
of Texas at Arlington. It had been nine years, and he was a full twenty-eight seconds faster since that electric first race.
Amazingly enough, similar questions arose as he stood on the line. What would his strategy be? Could he make it
across the line knowing he hadn’t run for five consecutive days on a track in over a month? As the gun sounded the all
familiar strategy appeared, and after hundreds of races Trina Glass knew that she would not need to meet her son at the
two hundred meter mark to tell him to slow down. As he rounded the final turn headed for the dreaded last stretch for
most runners Najee Glass could envision how far he had come from that beautiful day in May 2001. As he approached
the finish he could feel the soreness in his muscles after those days in the pool working harder than he ever had before
to achieve the dream he held onto his whole life. Since that day in April Najee Glass captured a state title and national
ranking in the four hundred meter dash, as well as national and state rankings in the two hundred meter dash. In August,
Glass competed in the Youth Olympic Games for sixteen and seventeen year olds, where he matched talents with runners
from around the globe and emerged victorious in the medley relay.
From a small town track meet winner, to a state champion, Najee Glass went to Singapore showing no signs of
slowing down.
 For an more on Najee Glass at the Youth Olympics, visit www.spprep.org/prepmag
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5 QUESTIONS
With Bob Colacurcio, ’73, president of the Prep Alumni Board
For the past 20 years, the Prep Alumni Board has worked to grow and
strengthen the Prep Alumni Association. Bob Colacurcio, ’73, an Alumni
Board member since 1994, the board’s vice president from 2006-2010,
and now its new president, chats with Prep Magazine about what’s next.
Prep Magazine: What are some of the highlights of your time
on the Alumni Board thus far?
PM In your estimation, what is it that makes Prep’s alumni
community so strong, year after year?
Bob Colacurcio: Considering Prep’s steep tradition for
exceptional athletics, we finally recognized the outstanding
athletes by establishing the Athletic Hall of Fame in 2005. That
and being part of the process of selecting the Legends of Prep.
BC It’s the camaraderie and bond that develops among a
bunch of boys who share the experiences and effects of a
Jesuit education that helped shape them into men. Not having
the honor of serving in the military, I imagine it’s the closest
thing to going through boot camp. To this day I refer to my
classmates as my “band of brothers,” of course with apologies
to those that served this great nation.
PM What will be your first goal(s) as president?
BC Fr. Reiser has recommended a new paradigm for the
Board, with a committee structure with more accountability to
ensure that the Board’s events do well and benefit Prep. Job
one, for me, Vice President Rich Hamilton, ‘90 and Secretary
Kevin Brodbeck, ‘89 will be to successfully implement Fr.
Reiser’s vision over the next two years. We’ll also be working
to get more of the young alumni involved at Prep and to
use the class chairs more effectively...to get more alumni to
support Prep and get them involved with what’s going on at
Grand & Warren.
PM In the long term, how would you like to see the Alumni
Board’s role evolve within the alumni community?
BC We do a good job now, but we need to enhance how we
keep the alumni in touch and in tune with what goes on at
Prep. As our society becomes more transient and guys move
out of New Jersey, the Board needs to be the catalyst that
keeps us all connected.
PM You’ve been a steady presence both as a volunteer and
as a guest at alumni events for years. Which event do you
look forward to most each year?
BC The Phonathon, because I get to harass my classmates!
Just kidding. I truly enjoy them all because you never know
who’s going to show up. But if you had to pin me down it
would be the golf tournament. It’s golf, cigars, “beverages”
and swapping old fish stories (and the fish get bigger each year)
with a group of guys that share something in common: they
spent four years of their lives at Grand & Warren in Jersey City.
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“Sub Umbra Petri.” Having graduated from Saint Peter’s, we’ll
always be in his shadow.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
IN GRATITUDE
Dear Friends:
At the time I was assigned president of Saint Peter’s Prep nearly five years ago, Jim DeAngelo, ’85, Prep’s principal,
sent me a small book welcoming me to Jersey City. The book, entitled, Jersey City: 1940-1960, is a collection of
photographs documenting the dramatic changes that occurred during this twenty-year period of our city’s history.
While some of the images portray colorful politicians and other historic figures, the bulk of the photos capture the
creation of housing projects such as the Montgomery Gardens and WPA projects like the Jersey City Medical Center,
as well as the enhancement of industrial areas like Colgate and shopping districts like Journal Square. While much
changed during these two dynamic decades, the core of Jersey City fundamentally remained the same. Jersey City
remained “a city of immigrants and their families.”
Saint Peter’s Prep has been fortunate to play an important role in the life of Jersey City over the years, and like
the city we call “home,” Prep has experienced many significant changes throughout the years. Images of building
projects from the Memorial Gymnasium in the late 1940s to Keenan Field in the early 2000s, all tell the story of a
changing Saint Peter’s Prep. Yet, like the city in which we live, the more we at Prep have changed, the more we
have – at our core – remained the same.
This past May, we broke ground on Phase One of our “Imagine the Future” capital projects – the conversion of the
former Saint Peter’s Church into the student cafeteria, the church office building into a music center, and the basement of Hogan
Hall into student classrooms. All of this is in preparation for the total conversion of Burke Hall into a state-of-the-art science
pavilion scheduled to begin in just a few short months.
For all of our changes, however, we at Saint Peter’s Prep have remained fundamentally the same. This past year, our 900 diverse
young men studied Virgil and Shakespeare, calculus and chemistry, the original colonies and the Middle East. They brought home
trophies in forensics, chorus, and band; wrote plays, composed poetry, and showed in art galleries; visited Europe and South
America, Appalachia and Camden. They created a microfinance bank and lobbied against poverty in Washington. Our teams went
to the state finals in football, basketball and volleyball, and sent individuals to championships in wrestling and track & field. They
learned about Saint Ignatius Loyola and Pedro Arrupe, and they experienced God “in all things” especially on Ignite, Emmaus and
Kairos. They comforted one another in death, and they celebrated in the possibilities in life. Things changed this year, but they also
remained the same.
One of the most important areas in the life of the school that remained the same was the financial support that our alumni,
parents and friends offered us. This past year alone, with their significant support, we at Saint Peter’s Prep were able to provide
financial assistance to approximately 350 young men, while at the same time keeping our tuition reasonable for all. We could
never have done any of this without the dedication and sacrifice of our benefactors, which to this day remains unchanged.
As you will read in this President’s Report, our donors gave $2,584,000 to the Prep Fund, in support of our annual operations
budget. In addition, they also gave another $3,428,000 to our Imagine Fund, in support of our capital projects and scholarship
funds. Like Jersey City, itself, while things at Prep certainly changed this past year, there were some things that did not. I believe
the support of our alumni, parents and friends, expressed in this year’s Prep and Imagine Funds, is one of those constants that will
always remain the same. And I am grateful!
On behalf of our young men, I wish to thank all who have so generously supported Saint Peter’s Prep this past year.
Please know that you and your loved ones will have a very special place in my Masses and prayers.
Sincerely yours,
Robert E. Reiser, S.J.
President
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THE DONNÉ SOCIETY
The Donné Society
The Donné Society of Saint Peter’s Preparatory School has been established to recognize men and women who have
embraced the Jesuit mission of educating young “men for others” in a very special way. Specifically, the Donné
Society honors those who have contributed $100,000 or more to the school throughout their lifetimes, and this special
recognition is a lasting tribute to their profound generosity.
$1,000,000 +
The Jesuits of Saint Peter’s Prep
M/M Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48
$750,000 - $999,999
M/M William J. Bell, ‘57
The Estate of Robert J. Engel, ‘28
$500,000 -$749,999
M/M Paul L. Audet, ‘71
M/M Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr., ‘62
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Braddock, ‘47
The George Link Foundation
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ‘12
The Estate of Rev. Maurice L. O’Keefe, ‘49
M/M Charles F. X. Poggi, ‘49
The Rowe Family Foundation
(Dr. & Mrs. John W. Rowe, ‘62)
M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71
$250,000 - $499,999
M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86
The Brooklyn Prep Alumni Association
M/M Laurence T. Fell, ‘54
Mr. Marc Keane 
The Estate of Paul M. Kierney, ‘66
M/M Bernard F. Langan, ‘57
M/M Joseph A. McBride, ‘36
M/M Edmond N. Moriarty, ‘46
The New York Province of the Society of Jesus
The Provident Bank
M/M Gerald V. Sheehan, ‘48
The Estate of Mary Claire Sheridan 
The State of New Jersey
M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, ‘53, P’93
M/M Francis A. Tedesco, ‘74
M/M Charles J. Trainor, ‘56
$100,000 - $249,999
M/M Glenn Annan-Brady, ‘69 
M/M Armen Avanessians
The Estate of Richard C. Barry, ‘63
M/M Matthew P. Boylan, ‘50
M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57
The Brooklyn Prep Fund
M/M Edward J. Burke, ‘58
M/M Thomas W. Burke, ‘56
Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45
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M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61
M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71, P’00, ’03
M/M Kevin J. Collins, ‘57
Dr. John J. Cunningham, ‘26
M/M Michael J. DeMarco, ‘77
M/M Sam C. DiFeo, ‘32, P’63, ‘66
M/M Sam X. DiFeo, ‘66
M/M Thomas W. Duncan, ‘60
The Estate of Edwin C. Eastwood, ‘47
Ms. Angela Chang & Mr. John C. Elliott, ‘62
M/M Dennis J. Enright, ‘66, P’92
Ms. Margaret Conway & Mr. Bart Erbach, ‘74
The Estate of James Escude, ‘39
M/M John J. Finn, P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94
M/M Joseph M. Fitzpatrick, ‘42
M/M Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46
M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68
M/M Richard F. Gronda, ‘59, P’86, ‘89, ‘90
Dr. Madeline R. Romeu & Mr. George P.
Gurdak, ‘70, P’03
M/M Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78
The Charles Hayden Foundation
M/M Francis J. Heffron, ‘49
M/M John J. Hennessy, ‘56
The Estate of Elizabeth H. Henson
M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83
The County of Hudson
The City of Jersey City
The Jesuits of Saint Peter’s College
Mr. Vincent Jordan, ‘26
M/M John F. Kelly, Sr., P’04 
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02
M/M Edward F. Kosnik, ‘62
M/M Kenneth F. Kunzman, ‘54
Mr. Thomas J. Lally, ‘73
M/M Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04
The Estate of Marie Lowe 
M/M Justin D. Mahon, Sr., ‘27 
M/M Edward J. Mahoney, ‘48
M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48
M/M Allan M. McCarthy, ‘58 
M/M Thomas P. McGinty, ‘71
The Edmond N. & Virginia H. Moriarty
Charitable Foundation
M/M James G. Mortenson, ‘71
The Estate of Mary Margaret Murray
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M/M Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51
M/M William Perkins, ‘86
M/M Joseph M. Petri, ‘71
M/M Joseph P. Russoniello, ‘59 
The Estate of Joseph F.X. Saunders
Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71
The Frederick J. Snyder, Jr. Foundation
The Seth Sprague Foundation
The Starr Foundation
M/M William J. Stoutenburgh, ‘51
The Tedesco Family Foundation
M/M Marcel E. Wagner, Jr., ‘56
M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08
The Ward Family Fund
(M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63)
M/M Thomas Whelan, H’08
M/M John A. Wickens, ‘52
New Member
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The Heritage Society | 2010 Honor Roll
The Heritage Society
2010 Honor Roll Listing
Throughout its 138-year history, the financial stability of
Saint Peter’s Prep has been ensured by the consistent and
unwavering support of its many benefactors. In addition to
the direct support of the Prep Fund, the Imagine Fund, and
special initiatives, this generosity has included bequests and
other “planned gifts” from the school’s supporters.
The following pages reflect gifts to all funds between
July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2010.
Ms. Connie Verducci
Chairman’s Circle
M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08
Pride & Glory Members
In recent years, a number of individuals have indicated
that they have provided for Prep in their estate plans, thus
becoming members of the Prep Heritage Society.
The Heritage Society
August W. Barberi, ‘48
John F. Bassi, ‘63
John J. Bergin, ‘50
William Branagan, P’75, ‘77
Gerard R. Brill, ‘57
Vincent P. Butler, Jr., M.D., ‘45
Kevin J. Collins, Esq., ‘57
Jacqueline Connors, P’81
Joseph K. Cooney, Esq., ‘68
John M. Corcoran, ‘53
James W. Cox, Ph.D., ‘47
John D. Dow, Ph.D., ‘59
James J. Fallon, ‘47
Ken Feduniewicz, ‘69
James J. Finnerty, Jr., ‘53
Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46
Thomas J. Fleming, ‘45
Edward J. Grant, ‘43
Donald F. Hagan, ‘50
Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68
Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78
Roger A. Hauser, Esq., ‘57
Stephen E. Hendzak, ‘62
William E. Higgins, ‘62
Paul S. Hummel, ‘69
James P. Kelly, Jr., ‘60
Richard A. Kelly, ‘63
Kenneth F. Kunzman, Esq., ‘54
Robert F. Lang, ‘46
Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04
Gertrude T. Mahon
Edwin L. Mallette, ‘77
Maria Marnell
The McFarland Family
Terence J. McGurn, ‘53
Angela M. McLaughlin
John G. McLaughlin
Robert J. Meyer, ‘49
Rev. Richard A.
Mietzelfeld, Ph.D., ‘42
Thomas G. Minigiello, ‘73
Rev. Michael J. Moran, ‘50
Virginia H. Moriarty
Paul K. Napoli, ‘63, P’90
Rev. Msgr. William S. O’Brien, ‘53
Rev. John P. O’Neill
Denis J. O’Sullivan, ‘70
Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51
Joseph A. Pardo, ‘51
Dorothy Pickett, P’00
Edward A. Reid, Jr., ‘60
Edward F. Reid, ‘55
William J. Richards, ‘43
Christine A. Ryan
Ralph Sarkisian, ‘73
J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71
Rev. Arthur B. Schute, ‘60
Ronald J. Semple, ‘52
Anne Sinnott
Charles J. Steele, Esq., ‘48
Stephen Struk, ‘65, P’91, ‘95
Richard F. Tambouri, ‘50
Marcel E. Wagner, ‘56
Charles E. Waldron, ‘50
Joseph C. Weiss, Esq., ‘68
Mark S. White, ‘57
George C. Willenborg, D.D.S., ‘51
John J. Wolozen, ‘70
In Gratitude To the Donors of Saint Peter’s Preparatory School.
$250,000+
M/M Paul L. Audet, ‘71
M/M William J. Bell, ‘57
M/M Thomas W. Duncan, ‘60
Mrs. Mary Eileen Moriarty
M/M Gerald V. Sheehan, ‘48
The Estate of Mary Claire
Sheridan
Maroon Seal Members
$100,000 - $249,999
The Estate of Marie Lowe
The Estate of Richard C.
Barry, ‘63
M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72,
P’05, ‘10
M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86
1872 Members
$50,000 - $99,000
The Estate of Henry J. Byrne, ‘51
M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83
M/M Michael Mauer, P’13
The Edmond N. & Virginia H.
Moriarty Charitable Foundation
M/M Paul K. Napoli, ‘63, P’90
Mr. William O. Perkins, ‘86
The Tedesco Family Foundation
M/M Kevin J. Ward, ‘66
Petrean Members
$25,000 - $49,000
Dr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Bier, ‘58
M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57
The Brooklyn Prep Alumni
Association
M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61
Cento Amici
Continental Airlines, Inc.
Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46
M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70
Dr. & Mrs. Donald W. Landry, ‘72
M/M Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74,
P’11, ‘12
Mrs. Virginia H. Moriarty
The New York Community Trust
The Raskob Foundation for
Catholic Activities
Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71
The Scholarship Fund for
Inner-City Children
President’s Council
Ignatian Members
$10,000 - $24,999
Anonymous
M/M William J. Ahearn, ‘75, P’01
Ms. Rossella Luppi-Aquila &
Dr. Ralph Aquila, ‘75, P’06, ‘11
M/M Mark Armstrong, P’10
Bank of America
M/M George T. Beck, ‘51
The Brooklyn Prep Fund
M/M Thomas W. Burke, ‘56
M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71,
P’00, ‘03
M/M Michael J. DeMarco, ‘77
The Estate of Jerome A.
Dolan, P’68, ‘79
M/M Patrick J. Downes, ‘57
M/M Dennis J. Enright, ‘66, P’92
M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68
Dr. Denis I. Howe, ‘61
M/M John F. Kelly, Sr., P’04
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02
M/M Kenneth F. Kunzman, ‘54
Mr. Thomas J. Lally, ‘73
Mrs. Gertrude T. Mahon
M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48
M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76, P’11
Mr. Michael R. Milano, ‘70
M/M Richard D. Moriarty, ‘62
New Community Corporation
M/M Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51
M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78
M/M Charles F. X. Poggi, ‘49
The Hon. & Mrs. Robert C.
Pollock, Jr., ‘57
M/M William J. Ruane, ‘73
The Saint Vincent de
Paul Foundation
The William E. Simon Foundation
M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, ‘53, P’93
M/M William J. Sweeney,
P’04, ‘06, ‘09
M/M Thomas J. Tulp, P’10
M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63
M/M Thomas Whelan
The Estate of Rev. Monsignor
Edward F. Wojtycha, ‘30
M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71
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Cornerstone Members
$7,500 - $9,999
Anonymous
Dr. & Mrs. John L. Butler, ‘64
M/M Kevin J. Collins, ‘57
M/M David M. Dowden, ‘83
Ms. Angela Chang &
Mr. John C. Elliott, ‘62
The Lewis M. Gabbe Foundation
The Estate of Frank T. Judge, Jr., ‘43
Mr. Raymond Latchford, ‘50
M/M Edward F. Reid, ‘55
Ms. Linda DeGaeta &
Dr. Patrick J. Ryan, ‘68
Regent Members $5,000 $7,499
M/M Stephen Auth, P’06, ‘09
Barnes & Noble Booksellers
M/M Carmine Beni, P’06, ‘08
M/M Lawrence Bovich, P’09, ‘11
Mr. William Branagan, P’75, ‘77
Dr. Robert M. Carducci, ‘54
Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ‘97
M/M Nestor Charriez, P’11
Ms. Kathleen Fitzgerald &
Mr. Michael F. Cocca, ‘56, P’92
M/M William H. Connolly, Jr., ‘65
M/M William J. Cozine, ‘55
Mr. John J. Cutola, P’87, ‘01
M/M Carl S. DeLorenzo, ‘67
M/M Vincent B. DiDomenico, Jr., ‘84
M/M James J. Donofrio, ‘81, P’11
The Hon. & Mrs. James H.
Dowden, P’78
M/M Robert R. Esti, ‘55
M/M David E. Finn, ‘82, P’08, ‘09
Mr. Robert P. Groesbeck, ‘57
M/M Andrew W. Hanlon, P’02
M/M Kazimierz J. Herchold, ‘64
M/M Thomas F. Kelaher, ‘50
M/M Thomas C. Kiely, ‘68
M/M John A. King
Mr. Edward Kostrzewa, ‘85
The Hon. George A. Krol, ‘74
M/M Patrick Lee, ‘81
Dr. & Mrs. Patrick J.
McGovern, Jr., ‘68, P’99, ‘05
Mr. Terence J. McGurn, ‘53
M/M Aloysius T. McLaughlin
Mr. John C. Meditz
Mr. Robert J. Meyer, ‘49
Dr. & Mrs. John R. Middleton, ‘62
M/M Joseph P. Monteleone,
P’98, ‘02
Morgan Stanley Employees Group
Mr. Joseph A. Pardo, ‘51
M/M Daniel Park, P’10
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Dr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Popovich, ‘79
M/M William L. Robalino, ‘89
Mr. Ralph Sarkisian, ‘73
Dr. & Mrs. Leo J. Spaccavento, ‘69
The Emily C. Specchio Foundation
M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, Jr., ‘93
Watchung Hills Youth
Benevolent Association
M/M John A. Wickens, ‘52
Wiss & Company, LLP
M/M Nicholas H. Wood, ‘86
Distinguished Members
$2,500 - $4,999
Anonymous
Ms. Amy Riel & Dr. George J.
Ambrosio, ‘71, P’00, ‘03
M/M Stanley A. Aslanian, ‘43
Mr. Richard P. Barnitt, ‘56
The Hon. & Mrs. William J.
Bate, ‘51, P’84
M/M Richard J. Bender, ‘74,
P’04, ‘09
M/M John Benge, P’12
M/M John J. Bergin, ‘50
M/M James Bernaiche, P’05
Mr. Steven B. Boyd, ‘96
M/M James P. Boyle, ‘51
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Braddock, ‘47
M/M John E. Bradley, ‘71
M/M Roger W. Breslin, Jr., ‘55
Mr. Joseph V. Burakevich, ‘56
M/M Dan H. Butko, P’12
Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45
Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72
Mr. Eduardo L. Canseco, ‘87
Mr. John H. Cassedy, ‘48
Dr. & Mrs. James M.
Caulfield, ‘46, P’73
M/M Louis E. Cella, ‘50
Mr. & Dr. Nicholas A.
Chiaravalloti, ‘90
Church of the Little Flower
Mr. Robert B. Cobban, ‘50 †
The John Confort Foundation
M/M Edward V. Connell, ‘71, P’02
Mr. Joseph K. Cooney, ‘68
Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph M.
Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ‘76
M/M Patrick J. Costello, P’03, ‘05
M/M John J. Curley, ‘66
M/M Michael F. Curtin, ‘58
M/M Frank A. D’Amelio, ‘75
M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79
Mr. Robert W. Dempsey, ‘62
Ms. Morna L. Sweeney &
Dr. Joseph R. DePasquale, ‘72
Dr. & Mrs. James F. Donohue, ‘61
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M/M Thomas J. Favia, Jr., ‘77
M/M Laurence T. Fell, ‘54
M/M Michael Fernandez, P’09, ‘10
The Dan Finn, ‘99
Basketball Classic
M/M John Formoso, ‘89
M/M James Forsythe, Jr., P’13
Mr. James P. Frees, ‘74
Rick Gallo Racing
M/M John R. Garbarino, ‘67
M/M Richard Garrigan, P’07, ‘11
M/M Michael Giacone, P’12
Mr. Robert Gill, ‘89
Ms. Margaret Laub & Mr. Jack
Governale, P’10
The Gronton School
Dr. Madeline Romeu & Mr. George
P. Gurdak, ‘70, P’03
M/M William C. Habert, ‘59
Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68
M/M Bernard M.
Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78
M/M David M. Heller, ‘53
M/M Raymond J. Hennessey, ‘90
M/M James C. Horan, ‘70
M/M Michael T. Kahrer, P’10
M/M William F. Kehoe, ‘45
M/M John Kelley, P’10
M/M Jeffrey Kellner, ‘85, P’13
Ms. Amelia J. Janisz & Dr. John R.
Kender, P’96, ‘02, ‘09
Dr. B. Melvin Kiernan, ‘53
Mr. James F. Krumm, ‘43
M/M Thomas S. Larson, ‘73
M/M Dale Livi, P’09, ‘11
M/M Timothy LiVolsi,
P’06, ‘08, ‘11
The Lola Schug Charitable
Remainder Unitrust
M/M Anthony J. Marchitto, ‘81
M/M Thomas P. McGinty, ‘71
M/M Paul J. McGovern, P’64
M/M John P. McIntyre, Jr., ‘55
M/M Kenneth McManus, P’11
M/M Robert J. Mernar, ‘72,
P’09, ‘10
Dr. & Mrs. Robert O. Modarelli, ‘59
M/M Patrick J. Murphy, P’08
M/M Joseph T. O’Donnell, Jr., ‘65
Mr. Joseph Panepinto
Mr. Eugene T. Paolino, ‘65
PGA Tour, Inc.
M/M Philip Reynolds,
P’09, ‘11, ‘13
Dr. Gaetano A. Ricciardone, ‘83
Ms. Annmarie Rizzo
M/M James G. Rizzo, ‘77, P’10
M/M Thomas D. Ruane, ‘68
M/M Joseph P. Russoniello, ‘59
M/M James F. Ryan, Jr., ‘66, P’04
Saint Philip’s Academy
M/M Charles J. Sciarra, ‘87
M/M David Smythe, P’11
M/M Dante A. Sorrenti, ‘76
Mr. Robert J. Spearing, ‘77
Ms. Bette Mohr &
Mr. Charles J. Steele, ‘48
M/M James C. Stokes, ‘62
M/M Kevin P. Stokes, ‘77
M/M Joseph F. Taglieri, ‘49
Mr. Richard F. Tambouri, ‘50
Trinity Academy
The Weathertop Foundation
Mr. Mark S. White, ‘57
M/M Leo J. Zatta, P ‘11
Members $1,000 - $2,499
Anonymous
Dr. & Mrs. Michael Acanfora, ‘83
M/M Henry J. Aderente, ‘41
M/M Richard W. Agresta, ‘70
Dr. Michael Ahn, ‘86
M/M Edward A. Alberque, Jr., ‘59
M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ‘73
Mr. Joseph A. Amatrucola, ‘94
Mr. Marco C. Ambrosio, ‘03
M/M Glenn Annan-Brady, ‘69
Dr. Anthony T. Annunziato, ‘68
The Stuart S. Applebaum Giving
Foundation
M/M Daniel A. Apruzzese, ‘81
Ms. Terry Atkinson
M/M Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr., ‘62
M/M Stanley V. Baginski, ‘69, P’07
Mr. Pietro Barberi, ‘98
Mr. George C. Barry, ‘74
M/M Joseph F. Basil, Sr.
M/M Robert E. Bastan, ‘50
M/M David Bates, P’11
Mr. Mark P. Bender, ‘71
Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Benedetti, ‘69
Ms. Michelle Berard
M/M Bernard J. Berry, Jr., ‘63
Ms. Arline Binkowski
M/M George Blaney, ‘57
M/M Michael Blaney, ‘71, P’05
M/M Joseph P. Blauvelt, P’09
M/M Stephen A. Bloom, ‘68
M/M Thomas F. Blunda, ‘87
Dr. & Mrs. Edward M. Bolger, ‘55
M/M Alexander W.
Booth, Jr., ‘62, P’06
M/M Edward J. Borrone, ‘57
Mr. Jeffrey A. Bouquio, ‘98
M/M Eugene C. Boyle, ‘56
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2010 Honor Roll
The Boys & Girls Club of Clifton
M/M Bernard C. Brady, ‘64
M/M Lawrence P. Brady, Jr., ‘57
M/M Vincent F. Brennan, ‘57
M/M Francis P. Briamonte, III, ‘86
Ms. Megan Hobbs Brodbeck &
Mr. Kevin J. Brodbeck, ‘89
Mrs. Anne Brower
Ms. Sharon Brown, P’11
Mr. Anthony Bryk, ‘66
The Bucher Foundation
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph I. Budnick, IV, ‘47
Dr. & Mrs. John D. Buffington, ‘59
Dr. James J. Buonavolonta, ‘81
M/M Philip Buzzerio, P’10
M/M Peter Byram, P’07, ‘09, ‘13
Mr. Edgar Benjamin A. Cabrera, ‘01
M/M Joseph J. Caldas, ‘76, P’10
M/M David M. Canale, P’05, ‘09
M/M Peter J. Capizzi, ‘87
Mr. Lou Cappadona, ‘57
Mr. Charles T. Carney, ‘52
M/M Timothy Carney, P’08, ‘12
Mr. Robert J. Carroll, ‘72
Ms. Tracey Thayer & Mr. Jeffrey
Cartwright, P’01, ‘04
M/M Joseph J. Casazza, Jr., ‘95
M/M Louis F. Castelli, ‘66, P’01
Mr. Thomas D. Casulli, ‘89
M/M John A. Cavanagh, Jr.,
P’07, ‘12
M/M Andrew J. Cevasco,
P’00, ‘07, ‘10
Mr. Biswarup Chatterjee
Mr. E. Mark Chiappara, ‘84
Dr. John P. Chibbaro, ‘59
M/M Frank R. Ciesla, ‘59
M/M John I. Ciuppa, ‘71, P’00
M/M Joseph S. Clabby
Members of the Class of 1954
M/M Joseph A. Cleary, ‘62
M/M Thomas J. Cleary, ‘61
Mr. Glenn M. Colacurci, ‘67
Mr. Brian J. Colford, ‘81
M/M Frank Colucci, P’08
M/M Philip Connelly, ‘71
M/M Richard F. Connors, Jr., ‘81
Mr. William E. Conrad, ‘71
M/M John D. Conroy, ‘58
Mr. Vincent Conti, ‘96
M/M John J. Corcoran, ‘56
M/M John F. Costello, ‘49
M/M Michael E. Cozine, ‘52, P’86
M/M Peter Crivelli, ‘82
Mr. Kevin M. Crociani, ‘70
M/M John F. Crotty, ‘56
Ms. Maryann Crowe
Mrs. Pamela M. Crowe, P’91, ‘94
M/M John M. Daly, P’10
Mr. John W. Daneri, ‘46 †
M/M William G. Davis, ‘53 †
Mr. Samuel R. De Luca, Jr., ‘86
M/M William S. Deakyne, Sr., P’87
Ms. Emily Seelaus &
Mr. James C. DeAngelo, ‘85
Mr. Joseph Del Prete
Mr. Edward J. DePascale, ‘66
M/M David Descalzi, ‘72
M/M James DeSimone, P’10
Mr. Thomas J. Dolan, ‘60
M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58
Mr. Richard K. Donnelly, ‘63
M/M John P. Doran, ‘55
M/M Robert E. Dorton, ‘50
Mr. Richard J. Doyle, ‘60
Mr. Vincent G. Drennan, ‘48
M/M F. Gerard Drummond, ‘58,
P’94, ‘97, ‘99, ‘08
M/M Leo P. Duffy, ‘46
M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58
M/M Charles Dullea, P’07
M/M George J. Duva, ‘64
M/M Thomas M. Eagan, P’04, ‘07
Dr. & Mrs. Kevin Egan, P’09, ‘13
Ms. Margaret Conway &
Mr. Bart Erbach, ‘74
M/M Timothy Evans, P’10
M/M Joseph D. Facchini, ‘98
Mr. James J. Fallon, ‘47
M/M Edward C. Fedak, ‘65
M/M John T. Feeney, ‘80
Mrs. Marie B. Feeney,
P’74, ‘76, ‘78, ‘80
M/M Robert F. X. Feeney, ‘74
Mr. Peter T. Feury, ‘45
M/M John C. Fink, Jr., ‘52
Mr. Donald M. Finn, ‘50
M/M John J. Finn, III, ‘81
Mrs. Mary C. Finn,
P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94
M/M Thomas B. Finn, Sr., ‘58,
P’83, ‘85
M/M Thomas P. Finn, ‘87
Mr. Carl J. Finneran, ‘44
M/M James J. Finnerty, Jr., ‘53
M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07
M/M Thomas Flanigan, P’12
M/M Richard C. Fleischer, ‘66
Mrs. Catherine D. Forrester,
P’76, ‘83
Mr. Jonathan B. Foster-Moore, ‘98
Rev. Thomas M. Foye, ‘46
M/M Frank Free, III, ‘79
Arthur J. Gallagher & Company
M/M Peter J. Gallagher, ‘46
M/M Richard C. Gallagher
Col. & Dr. Eugene G. Galvin, ‘60
M/M Gregory G. Gannon, ‘57
M/M James Gardner, P’10
M/M Edward J. Gargiulo, Jr., ‘89
M/M Peter J. Gargiulo, ‘77
M/M Richard J. Gaven, ‘58
M/M John H. Gavin, ‘58
M/M Frank V. Geremia, ‘58
Ms. Eileen Ross &
Mr. Michael S. Giannotto, ‘71
Dr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Gibney, ‘60
M/M Thomas E. Gill, ‘77
M/M James Glassen, P’10
M/M Edward J. Grant, ‘43
M/M Walter J. Greenhalgh, ‘67
Ms. Cheryl Ann Ewing &
Mr. Raymond F. Grzybowski, ‘64
Mr. James S. Gutierrez, ‘94
Mr. Derek Hafer
M/M Donald F. Hagan, ‘50
Ms. Tricia Augustine &
Mr. Richard E. Hamilton, ‘90
Mr. David Hammer
Mr. James E. Hardiman, ‘47
M/M Brian Harkins, P’13
M/M John T. Harnett, ‘61
Dr. Dominick J. Hart, ‘59
M/M Mark Hartzell, P’11, ‘13
M/M Brian E. Haughney, ‘89
M/M Joseph A. Haviland, ‘55
M/M Timothy J. Hawkes, ‘65,
P’90, ‘93
M/M Steven Hayes, P’10
Mr. Robert T. Healey
M/M James B. Heaney, ‘58
M/M John Hederman, P’09
Mr. Francis J. Heffron, ‘49
M/M Emil C. Herkert, ‘56
Mr. Raymond A. Hoag, ‘57
M/M Leo J. Hurley, ‘70
Mr. Richard K. Hurley, ’43 †
M/M Daniel J. Hussey, ‘59
M/M Perry Iannaconi, ‘60
Mrs. Madeline Iazzetta, P’77
Immaculate Conception Church
Mr. John J. Imperial, ‘59
M/M Frederick J. Jacques, Jr., ‘66
The Jesuit Community of
Saint Peter’s Prep
M/M Robert G. Jocham, ‘48
Mr. John L. Johnson, ‘78
M/M Gerald G. Kallman, ‘48
M/M Michael G. Kane, ‘84
Mr. Robert P. Kane, ‘45
Mr. Thomas R. Keating, ‘55
Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc.
Mr. William M. Keegan, ‘34
M/M John P. Kelly, ‘62, P ‘85, ‘91
M/M Nigel Key
Mr. Thomas Kilcoyne, ‘55
Deacon Robert J. Kinsey, ‘51
The Kiss Cares Foundation
Dr. & Mrs. Francis H. Koch, ‘61
Mr. Robert M. Kopki, ‘63
M/M Edward F. Kosnik, ‘62
M/M Carl J. Kraus, P’05
M/M David M. LaBruno, ‘86
Dr. Robert Lalli, ‘73
M/M Gerald P. Lally, ‘56
M/M Bernard F. Langan, ‘57
M/M Richard Lanning, P’10
Mr. Thomas S. Liccardo, ‘80
M/M Declan Long, P’12
M/M Theodore M. Lowicki, ‘82
Mr. John P. Lynch, ‘79
M/M John F. Lyons
Mr. John MacIntyre, ‘67
M/M Timothy Maher, ‘04
The Make-A-Wish Foundation
Ms. Pamela J. Slater & Mr. Peter P.
Malecki, ‘66
Rev. Msgr. Ronald J. Marczewski, ‘66
Mrs. Beverly S. Maresca
Rev. Earle L. Markey, S.J., ‘49
Mr. Raymond J. Marszalowicz, ‘70
M/M Philip R. Martorelli, ‘59
M/M Frank Massaro, ‘57
M/M Thomas D. Mauriello, ‘79
Mr. Dennis J. McAuliffe, ‘59
Mr. Michael McCabe, ‘95
Mr. William McCahill, ‘64
M/M Allan M. McCarthy, ‘58
Mr. James G. McDermott, Jr., ‘86
Mrs. Suzanne McDermott
M/M Sean McFarland, P’07, ‘09
The Hon. & Mrs. Dennis L.
McGill, Sr., P’76, ‘83
M/M Donald C. McLaughlin, ‘58
M/M James A. McLaughlin, Jr., ‘54
Ms. Yolanda Cuomo &
Mr. Joseph McLaughlin, P’10
Ms. Maryellen McLaughlin
Mr. Allan J. McLeod
M/M Hugh J. McManus, ‘56
M/M Robert A. McNamara, ‘51
Medco Health Solutions
Dr. Michael A. Meese, ‘76
M/M Thomas J. Meloro, ‘54
Mr. George A. Meluso, ‘60
M/M Francis J. Mertz, ‘54
Dr. & Mrs. James L. Merz, ‘54
M/M James T. Messano, ‘58
Mr. Joseph A. Michalik, ‘79
M/M John A. Miele, Jr., ‘54
Mr. John P. Miller, ‘64
M/M Wolodymyr Mohuchy, ‘58
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M/M Christopher N. Monico, ‘84
M/M Anthony Monterisi, ‘74
Monumental Baptist Church
M/M Christopher F. Morgan, ‘53
M/M James G. Mortenson, ‘71
M/M Timothy J. Mortenson, ‘74
M/M Marc E. Mruz, ‘75
Ms. Deborah A. Mueller
M/M Robert Mullen, P’13
M/M James M. Mullin, ‘72
Ms. Alice Lehman & Mr. Frank J.
Murphy, Jr., ‘65
M/M Robert A. Murphy, ‘50
M/M Thomas J. Murphy, ‘74
Mr. Thomas J. Murphy, ‘69
Ms. Lauren Dwyer &
Mr. William P. Musto, ‘95
Mutual of America
Dr. & Mrs. Louis P. Nasif, ‘62
M/M William J. Netchert, ‘62, P’09
The New York Province of the
Society of Jesus
Mr. Frank M. Nicoletti, ‘62
Mr. Harry D. Norton, ‘38
M/M Michael Norton, P’12
M/M John J. O’Brien, P’08
Mrs. Mary D. Kinahan-Ockay &
Mr. David P. Ockay, ‘70,
P’05, ‘07
Mr. John F. O’Halloran, ‘62
M/M John L. O’Reilly, ‘52
M/M Rafael Ortiz, P’10
Ms. Shawna V. Hudson &
Mr. Ralph S. Pantozzi, ‘88
M/M John G. Pappas, ‘62
M/M Stanley T. Pardo, ‘53
M/M John Parisi
M/M Lewis G. Pascalli, Jr., ‘59
M/M John Pflug, Jr., P’06
M/M Vernal F. Piantanida, ‘55
M/M William P. Pickett, ‘49, P’00
M/M James A. Pilla, ‘67
M/M Anthony S. Piszel, ‘72
Mr. Peter D. Pizzuto, ‘66
Mr. Stanley R. Plust, ‘69
Mr. George Podurgiel, ‘57
M/M John Polanin, Jr., P’11
M/M Michael R. Polcari, ‘65
Mr. Edward S. Purcell, Jr., ‘52
M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III,
P’08, ‘10, ‘12
Mr. James Reilly
Reliable Rubber and Plastic
Machinery Company
M/M Edward D. Ricchiuto, ‘73
M/M Edward D. Riedlinger, ‘67
The Emla Rimelspacher
Scholarship Fund
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M/M Mark A. Rizzo, ‘72, P’03, ‘08
The Rockland Country
Club Foundation
M/M Thomas Ruane, P’07, ‘11
Mr. David Rubulotta
Mrs. Joan S. Ruvane
Mr. John K. Ryan, ‘68
M/M Charles A. Sabino, ‘57
Mr. Alfred Sattelberger, ‘66
M/M John E. Savage, ‘57
Mr. Carl Schaefer
M/M Christopher Schaeffer, P’11
M/M Thomas A. Schember, ‘55
M/M Thomas M. Schember, ‘79
The Schering-Plough Foundation
M/M Donald W. Schroeder, ‘87
Mr. R. Jeffrey Schundler, P’99
M/M Kevin Schwartz
M/M Robert C. Schwarze, ‘54
M/M William Scott, P’12
Mr. James J. Seaman, ‘65
M/M Richard Seelaus
M/M Stephen V. Sekel, ‘66, P’98
Ms. Gretchen Von Stubbe &
Mr. Terrence J. Sekel, ‘80
M/M William F. Sexton, ‘66, P’96
M/M Robert J. Shalhoub,
P’01, ‘03, ‘05, ‘08
Dr. Robert J. Shalhoub, ‘48
Ms. Margaret M. Shalloe
Mr. Dennis M. Sheridan, ‘68
Dr. Edward P. Siems, ‘74
M/M Matthew Siracuse, P’13
M/M John S. Sirotniak, ‘57
M/M Robert Slaski, P’09, ‘12
Mr. Matt D. Slootsky, ‘94
Mr. Taras Y. Sochan, ‘78
Mr. William J. Spataro, ‘57,
P’96, ‘97
Mr. Stephen P. Spiewak, ‘03
Mr. Mark G. Stappenbeck, ‘86
Mr. Leonard Stern
M/M Frederick W. Stevens, Jr., ‘70
M/M Richard J. Stomber, ‘59
Mr. Daniel J. Sullivan, ‘45
Ms. Patricia Sullivan
M/M Mike Szumski, P’11
M/M George T. Taite, ‘73, P’11
M/M Joseph Tintle, P’06, ‘11
M/M James E. Tuttle, ‘57
Mr. Donald J. Unger, Sr., ‘55
Ms. Paula Wiseman &
Mr. Anthony Venditti, P’12
Dr. & Mrs. John J. Verdon, Jr., ‘57
The Verizon Foundation
M/M Charles F. Voorhees, ‘56
Mr. Charles M. Waespy, ‘46
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M/M Patrick T. Wallace, ‘63
Mrs. Elizabeth Moriarty-Walsh &
Mr. Joseph Walsh, P’10
M/M Robert Walsh
M/M Ken D. Walter, ‘81, P’10, ‘12
Mr. Robert J. Warner, ‘71
Prof. & Mrs. John B. Wefing, ‘60
M/M Joseph C. Weiss, ‘68
M/M Keith K. West, ‘76
M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58
M/M Richard Allen White, P’08
Mr. Gregory R. Wieczorek, P’00
Mr. Raymond F. Yannuzzi, ‘66
M/M Alex Yu, P’09
Dr. Kenneth J. Zienkiewicz, ‘65
Capt. & Mrs. William J.
Zuberbuhler, ‘58
Alumni
Classes of ‘32-’39
Total Giving: $4,625
Participation: 30%
Louis A. Erhardt, ‘32 †
William M. Keegan, ‘34
James F. Donnelly, ‘35
Joseph M. Arbree, ‘36
Joseph F. Coda, ‘36
James J. Howley, ‘36
John L. Botti, ‘37
Edward R. Brinski, ‘37
John J. Foley, ‘37
Charles J. Hoffmann, ‘37
John P. Ruane, S.J., ‘37
John J. Satz, ‘37
Harry E. Hammell, ‘38
Kevin D. Harty, ‘38
Harry D. Norton, ‘38 
Edward Roemke, ‘38
Peter B. Beronio, ‘39
Robert J. Maturi, ‘39
Matthew J. O’Connell, ‘39
Class of 1940
Total Giving: $1,149
Participation: 33%
Walter E. Corrigan
William F. Folger
Harold E. Judge
James F. Mahon
John E. McArdle
James J. O’Connor
Class of 1941
Total Giving: $1,900
Participation: 31%
Henry J. Aderente
John D. Alexander, S.J.
John F. Burke
George J. Couchman
William J. Cronin
Raymond A. Delfino
Thomas J. Gallagher
Campbell J. McCarthy
James S. Nolan
Joseph J. O’Dea
Class of 1942
Total Giving: $1,375
Participation: 26%
Joseph J. Drennan
Edwin J. Gilson
Joseph Lynch
Stephen A. Mallard 
James J. McGowan
James J. Sheridan
Thaddeus F. Zuber
Class of 1943
Total Giving: $10,825
Participation: 39%
Stanley A. Aslanian
Robert J. Bazzini
Richard F. Collier
John P. Curran
John J. Daub, Jr.
Walter A. Davis
Vincent C. DeBaun
William J. Dennehy
Raymond F. DeTuro
Francis X. Feller
Edward J. Grant
John R. Hanlon
James P. Heaney
Richard K. Hurley †
Robert T. Kiley
Vincent Krasnica
James F. Krumm
Philip F. McGovern, Sr.
William F. McLaughlin
William T. O’Connor
Joseph F. Purcell
Anthony F. Turro
William F. Wraga
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Class of 1944
Total Giving: $2,750
Participation: 28%
David I. Canavan
Gerald E. Devitt
Francis X. Dolan †
Thomas C. Fanning
Carl J. Finneran
Edward A. Marley 
John J. Massarelli
James F. McGlinchy
Joseph L. O’Brien
Louis J. Parisi
Richard A. Phalon
William P. Schomaker
Francis H. Walsh
Class of 1945
Total Giving: $13,687
Participation: 30%
Vincent P. Butler, Jr.
Frank P. Capparelli
Joseph M. Cooney
Frank G. Cronin
Joseph P. Cummins
William F. Eckert
Peter T. Feury
George A. Finn
Joseph V. Hayden
Robert P. Kane
William F. Kehoe
Joseph J. Lemaire
George I. McCusker
Ira J. McManus
Thomas V. O’Keefe
Joseph M. O’Leary
Joseph F. Safaryn
Daniel J. Sullivan
Richard H. Yanni
Class of 1946
Total Giving: $37,300
Participation: 41%
John G. Aslanian
Emil R. Borgers
James M. Caulfield
John W. Daneri †
Ralph J. Diverio
Leo P. Duffy
James J. Fisher
Thomas M. Flaherty 
Thomas M. Foye
Peter J. Gallagher
Paul G. Gannon
Arnold E. Hartleb
Joseph L. Hoffmann †
Joseph A. Kohanski
Robert F. Lang
Harold T. McGovern
John F. McManus
John G. McNelis
Stephen M. Piga
Thomas E. Potter
John P. Ryan
Joseph F. Sullivan
Francis J. Telkowski
William T. Valente
Charles M. Waespy
Class of 1947
Total Giving: $11,760
Participation: 41%
Joseph V. Braddock
Robert J. Bradley
Stephen F. Braun
Joseph I. Budnick, IV
Ronald J. Carney, Sr.
Paul A. Connolly
William L. Coyle
James J. Craffey †
James P. Dugan
James J. Fallon 
Edward J. Finn
Gerald J. Fitzgerald
James C. Gannon
John F. Gellene
James E. Hardiman 
Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr.
Timothy J. Horgan
Thomas J. Lynam
George F. Mucci
Raymond F. Plunkett †
Michael A. Prokop
Charles E. Rauh
William L. Reilly
Edward J. Rooney
Joseph T. Ryan
Jerome G. Stabile
Arthur S. Verdesca
Howard F. Wilkes
Class of 1948
Total Giving: $338,407
Participation: 31%
John H. Cassedy
John E. Conway
Joseph A. Corbo
Frank J. Coyle
Gerald J. Degnan
James J. Degnan
Michael A. Digravina
Vincent G. Drennan
Edward J. Englisby, Jr.
Thomas J. Flood
John D. Gillis
Thomas P. Green
Robert G. Jocham
Edward Juchniewicz
Gerald G. Kallman
Edward W. Luczynski, Jr.
Edward F. Marecki
Andrew J. Markey
Richard E. Murphy
H. James Roleke, S.J
John J. Russell
Robert J. Shalhoub
Gerald V. Sheehan
Francis J. Skladany
Charles J. Steele
Class of 1949
Total Giving: $24,025
Participation: 31%
Leo F. Ahern
Lawrence M. Brady
Thomas J. Brady
Arnold J. Capitanelli, Jr.
William J. Carducci, Jr.
John F. Costello
John D. Flinn
Francis J. Heffron
John J. Heiser
August A. Hund
James P. Langan
Edward A. Loniewski
Earle L. Markey, S.J.
Gerald J. Mathews
George R. McAuliffe
Robert P. McDonald
Charles E. Meyer
Robert J. Meyer
Frank P. Milone
Thomas J. Murtha
Robert G. O’Brien
William P. Pickett 
Charles F. X. Poggi
Joseph A. Rizzi
Bernard J. Siebel
Joseph F. Taglieri
 Class Chairman † Deceased
Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.
James P. Van Hook
Robert C. Walsh, Sr.
Stephen A. Yurko
Class of 1950
Total Giving: $39,780
Participation: 57%
Robert E. Bastan
John J. Bergin 
Walter R. Bratton
Stanley J. Brzenk
Robert W. Buesser
Francis E. Caskey
James P. Cassidy
Mario J. Catani
Louis E. Cella 
Richard T. Cieciuch, Sr.
Robert B. Cobban †
Paul J. Cunningham
Costantino T. Donato
Robert E. Dorton
Raymond V. Downes
Michael J. Dunn
John T. English, Jr.
Donald M. Finn
Kenneth R. Fitzpatrick
Donald F. Hagan
Richard F. Hering
Robert J. Heyer
David M. Humm
Thomas F. Kelaher
Eugene M. Kiely, Jr.
George R. Krone
Raymond Latchford
Robert E. Lisk
James H. Lyons
Theodore E. Makowski
James F. McGeehan
Frank J. McMahon
Edward H. Merrigan
Michael J. Moran
Robert A. Murphy
John P. Murtha
Walter E. Nolan
Thomas J. O’Grady
Joseph J. O’Neill
Gerard J. Provinzano
Robert V. Rack
Robert J. Reynik
Louis L. Rizzi
Vincent J. Saunders
Gregory D. Scheuermann
Louis A. Sonz
James Stock, Sr.
James B. Sullivan
Richard F. Tambouri
Kenneth von Schaumburg
Charles E. Waldron
Ralph A. Walter
Alphonse Warczakowski
Joseph T. Wickens
Class of 1951
Total Giving: $39,047
Participation: 44%
Michael F. Ball
William J. Bate
George T. Beck
Sherman J. Bligh
James P. Boyle
Donald A. Bulwicz
Thomas J. Canty
John H. Connolly
Francis Cozzarelli
William A. Feury
Edward J. Glynn
John J. Glynn
Richard E. Granda
Frederick G. Haubold
Albert F. Haussener
William E. Indyk
Patrick J. Keenan
Robert J. Kinsey
Paul E. La Roche
John G. Maresca
Donald J. Margoli
Gabriel A. Massaro
Robert A. McNamara 
William A. Muller
Michael J. Murphy
Theodore J. Natoli
Eugene J. Nebelung
Hubert J. O’Toole
Joseph A. Pardo
John P. Rafter
William J. Rollins
George D. Rooney
Richard A. Rutkowski
George J. Stauble
Donald E. Sullivan
Alfred C. Szczesny
Benedict M. Taylor
John M. Walsh
Patrick J. Washam
David A. Weeks
John B. Wehrlen
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George C. Willenborg
Benjamin H. Winters
John G. Yorey
Leo J. Zatta, Jr.
Class of 1952
Total Giving: $16,430
Participation: 37%
Charles D. Bathman
Leo P. Bergin
James R. Burns
Raymond F. Cappock
Charles T. Carney
Michael E. Cozine
John J. Danielson
Raymond J. Doles
John F. Erath
John J. Falco
Thomas G. Fallon
Vincent J. Farrell
John C. Fink
Joseph A. Foran
John E. Keating
Russell J. Kennedy
Frederick W. Kile
Joseph L. Konzelman
Richard M. Larkin
Vincent Manna
Robert P. Moran
Albert E. Mullin, Jr.
David A. Nicolette
John L. O’Reilly
Patrick T. Osborne
Charles A. Osinski
Edward S. Purcell, Jr.
Robert R. Regan
William A. Rickard
Howard Ruskie
Robert D. Ryan
George W. Shabet
Peter P. Slagus
Charles E. Starkey
William J. Watters, S.J.
Joseph G. Weiss
John A. Wickens
J. Paul Zanowski
Class of 1953
Total Giving: $36,208
Participation: 46%
Francis X. Alerine
Michael K. Ball
Peter B. Boyne
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Walter J. Canzonier
Charles M. Collins
John M. Corcoran 
William G. Davis †
James Deveney
James J. Dugan
Eugene J. Dussich
James J. Finnerty, Jr.
John L. Fitzgerald
William O. Forster
Walter A. Gadomski
Thomas M. Gaggin
John J. Hanlon
J. Norris Harding
Robert W. Harkins
Mortimer J. Harvey
Timothy F. Harvey
David M. Heller 
Joseph P. Herlihy
Vincent E. Hull
Eugene T. Kennedy
B. Melvin Kiernan
Thomas J. King
Robert T. Mahon
David C. Markey
John P. McBride
James J. McDonough
Terence J. McGurn
Peter K. Mills
John J. Morano
Christopher F. Morgan
William R. Moser
James H. Muller
Maynard G. Nagengast
Donald J. Noone
Stanley T. Pardo
Gregory F. Pearson
Richard B. Ruchalski
Lawrence F. Sarno
F. P. Scheuermann
David L. Schreck
Richard O. Scott
George L. Sommers
William J. Spendley
Thomas J. Sullivan
Joseph D. Thomas
Louis A. Weber
Raymond G. Weeks
Chester J. Zegler
Eugene L. Zindel †
Alfred H. Zywicki
ALUMNI
Class of 1954
Total Giving: $40,974
Participation: 49%
Raymond E. Bammer
Francis X. Bergen
John M. Boyle
James J. Brady
Robert F. Buss
James P. Byrne
James G. Cairoli
Robert M. Carducci
Thomas M. Cashman
Edward M. Clune
Robert A. Contey
James G. Coyle
Victor DeMattia
John L. Donnelly 
William H. Donnelly
Francis Downes
Laurence T. Fell
Francis L. Ferrante
Robert J. Fiocco
Michael A. Giglio
Henry Gioia
Francis G. Grather
Stephen M. Gresdo
John F. Kennedy
George J. King
James T. Kontje
Kenneth F. Kunzman
Donald R. Lee
Nicholas J. Mangelli
Terence B. Matthews
Frank A. McConville
James A. McLaughlin, Jr.
John P. McManus
Thomas J. Meloro 
Francis J. Mertz
James L. Merz
John A. Miele
Kenneth X. Miles
Raymond F. Moran
Dennis F. Murphy
Raphael Murray
Robert J. Orzack
John R. Papp
Louis Pochettino
Raymond J. Porzio
David A. Quinn
James E. Reilly
Robert J. Robertory
Daniel C. Robeson
Henry J. Rusman
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Robert C. Schwarze
Michael J. Sherlock
Charles E. Shipley
Frank J. Sofio
William A. Tyrka
John J. Vill
Thomas E. Walsh
David M. Williams
Donald J. Williamson
Class of 1955
Total Giving: $52,876
Participation: 48%
Donald E. Alecci
Raymond D. Aumack 
Frank Ashe
Anthony P. Balestrieri
Victor F. Banko
John W. Barabas
Stephen P. Beiter
Thomas F. Bejgrowicz
Richard A. Biribin
Edward M. Bolger
Roger W. Breslin, Jr.
Michael J. Burke
Charles P. Candurra
John A. Caruccio
Joseph F. Cash
Anthony Centodocati
Howard C. Clutterbuck
Victor Collins
Charles A. Colombo
Patrick D. Conaghan
Robert R. Corke
Eugene E. Corrigan
William J. Cozine
Joseph T. Cunnane
Harold J. Doherty
John P. Doran
Anthony F. Dorrzapf, Jr.
Vincent J. Doyle
Richard E. Duffy
Robert R. Esti
Anthony S. Fiedorowicz
William D. Finn
John R. Fitzhenry
Alan G. Fitzpatrick
Thomas J. Foley
Peter Fordi
John M. Golaszewski
Robert D. Hampton
Joseph A. Haviland
Robert E. Hunt
Thomas R. Keating
Richard G. Keller
William J. Kemple
Thomas Kilcoyne
Louis J. Klein
Robert J. Koeppe
William A. Macchi
Carl L. Mason
Andrew J. Matthews
John P. McIntyre, Jr.
William J. Monahan, Jr.
John J. Montagu, Jr.
Raymond T. Morrissey
John B. Mullen
Patrick J. Nestor
John J. Nies
William J. Novak
James M. O’Brien
Francis R. O’Donnell
Vernal F. Piantanida
Ronald J. Pozzi
Edward F. Reid
Anthony C. Rosone
Thomas A. Schember
Richard M. Shalhoub
Thomas J. Shanahan
Robert E. Sommerlad
John R. Sullivan
Donald J. Unger
Thomas F. Walsh
Andrew N. Warwick
William F. Welsh
E. Norman Wilson
Louis A. Zircher
Class of 1956
Total Giving: $40,469
Participation: 35%
Richard P. Barnitt
Stephen T. Barry
Charles J. Beirne, S.J. †
Joseph A. Bonanno
Eugene C. Boyle 
Joseph V. Burakevich
Thomas W. Burke
Robert N. Caruso
Michael F. Cocca
Paul T. Conway
John J. Corcoran
John F. Crotty
Charles M. DeFuccio
Paul T. DeVries
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
ALUMNI
Vincent R. Driscoll
John J. Fay
Frank H. Felice
John J. Ferrara
Richard J. Gelson
Franklin D. Gregory
Ralph L. Guenther
James E. Hackett
William J. Haggerty
James J. Hannan
Emil C. Herkert
Michael J. Higgins
Thomas A. Hogan
Michael D. Hurley
Francis C. Iacobelli
Terence J. Kennedy
James M. Kiernan
John P. Kip
Salvatore F. La Forgia
Gerald P. Lally
Patrick M. McGrath
Francis M. McInerney
James J. McKeever
Hugh J. McManus
Raymond D. Novak †
Thomas W. O’Toole
Francis J. Pomper
Peter J. Quinn
William F. Richardson
George M. Richvalsky
Pasquale N. Sciancalepore
John A. Stapienski
Edward M. Ulicki
Richard S. Urso
Albert J. Vidovich
Charles F. Voorhees
Marcel E. Wagner, Jr.
Gerald A. Yates
Class of 1957
Total Giving: $356,491
Participation: 56%
Anthony Arlotto
John A. Balchunas
William J. Bell
John W. Black
George Blaney
William J. Borden
Edward J. Borrone
Lawrence P. Brady, Jr.
Robert J. Brauman
Vincent F. Brennan
Gerard R. Brill
Arthur J. Brown
Frederick F. Burns
Nicholas A. Cannarozzi
Louis A. Cappadona
John B. Cassidy
Phillip J. Catanzaro
William G. Cembor
Kevin J. Collins
Frank S. Contey
Brian E. Daley, S.J.
Martin P. Daly
Richard Del Boccio
Patrick J. Downes
Thomas J. Dwyer, Jr.
Robert L. Fink
Gregory G. Gannon
William J. Garry
John G. Gisondi
Charles M. Glashausser
Robert P. Groesbeck
Paul M. Guyet, Sr.
William H. Haemmerle
Robert S. Harney
Theodore J. Heiart
Raymond A. Hoag
John R. Hogan
Thomas J. Hogan
Vincent J. Horn
Anthony J. Jaswinski
Thomas J. Karaty
Edward P. Kearns
John F. Kropke
James N. Kyriazis
Bernard F. Langan
Frank Massaro
John P. McGovern
Louis F. Micca
George G. Molito
Edwin P. Murray
James P. O’Connor
Ferdinand S. Pieroni
Francis P. Piscal
George Podurgiel
Robert C. Pollock, Jr.
Raymond M. Ralph
Michael P. Ring
Frank J. Ruocco
Charles A. Sabino
John J. Santianna
John E. Savage 
George B. Schadewald
Donald W. Schlicher
Joseph A. Scoma
William B. Serrani
Michael J. Sheyker
Robert J. Sinnott
John S. Sirotniak
Richard Skinner
William J. Spataro
John F. Stanton
Carl A. Stetz
David M. Stevens
Joseph E. Stevens
Edward W. Strugala
James E. Tuttle
Joseph W. Unterkofler, Jr.
John J. Verdon, Jr.
Paul F. Vinger
Michael J. Wallace
Joseph E. Waters
Mark S. White
Lewis E. Williams
David J. Wright
Class of 1958
Total Giving: $78,345
Participation: 65%
James J. Albers
George W. Armbruster
Frederick J. Baran
James Barrett
Thomas J. Belton
Roger Bernhammer
Raymond J. Bielicki
Dennis M. Bier
Michael F. Bodner
Michael F. Bonifanti
Edward G. Bradley
Walter A. Braun
N. Thomas Brescia
Frank Brzenk
Edward J. Burke
Phillip J. Campana
Edmund J. Campbell
John J. Charles
Edward T. Ciliberti
Robert B. Comizzoli
David A. Connolly
John D. Conroy
Richard A. Cosgrove
Thomas F. X. Cunningham
Michael F. Curtin
Ralph A. DeSevo
J. Michael Doherty
Joseph J. Donnelly
Peter J. Donnelly
 Class Chairman † Deceased
Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.
Richard M. Donovan
F. Gerard Drummond
Brian E. Dugan
G. Denis Dwyer
Edward J. Ellis
Michael G. Feehan
Cosmo F. Ferrara
Robert Filoramo
Thomas B. Finn, Sr.
John P. Ford
Nelson J. Fullam
Richard J. Gaven
John H. Gavin
Frank V. Geremia
Arthur C. Golubiewski
Michael L. Grabler
Vincent A. Grillo
Edward L. Hannon
Michael W. Hayes
James B. Heaney
Charles V. Juelke
Ernst K. Just
John M. Katko
John R. Kennedy
James B. Kozmor
Santo LoRicco
Joseph P. Machewirth
Gregory C. Machler
Gerald R. Magliano
Allan M. McCarthy
Richard P. McConville
William G. McDonough
John P. McHale
Walter E. McInerney 
Donald C. McLaughlin
Donald G. Melega †
Francis J. Meola
James T. Messano
Wolodymyr Mohuchy
Anthony J. Montone, Jr.
William J. Morrissey
Joseph Muskin
Anthony S. Neusch
Peter J. Norton
Peter J. O’Connor
Thomas H. O’Mara
Randolph F. Orlowski
Alfred J. Paquin
John W. Petrozzi
George D. Pierro
Robert M. Pipchick
Roi L. Plasse
Thomas R. Reilly
Robert V. Rezzonico
John J. Ricci
Joseph G. Rodino
Edward P. Rumain
William E. Savage
William J. Shalhoub
Patrick J. Slattery
John J. Szeigis
Henry Teuwen
Arthur A. Trott
William J. Turnier
Joseph G. Urciuoli
Henry O. Wefing, Jr.
Bernard A. Whalen
Edward J. Wilczynski
Gary R. Wiley
William P. Wittman
Charles D. Woodall
John E. Zamarra
William J. Zuberbuhler
Class of 1959
Total Giving: $37,847
Participation: 40%
Edward A. Alberque, Jr. 
John D. Buffington
Walter D. Carroll
Joseph T. Cassidy
John P. Chibbaro
Frank R. Ciesla
Emanuel J. Comandatore
John A. Constance
Joseph J. Contreras
Arthur J. Coradine
John V. Cozzi
James P. Crane
Arthur J. Crosta
Michael J. Curry
Dennis J. Dailey
Edward R. DeLaura
Frank M. Donato
John D. Dow
Robert E. Downes
Robert J. Duda
Philip Dunne
Arthur C. Fabian
Thomas W. Floyd
David E. Fogarty
David J. Gallagher
Lawrence Gladysz
William C. Habert
Kenneth R. Hampton
Alfred V. Hanley
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PRESIDENT’S REPORT
David J. Harper
Dominick J. Hart
James J. Horrigan
Daniel J. Hussey
John J. Imperial
Paul T. Jordan
Thomas J. Kennedy
Frank X. Ketterer
Robert K. Kibbler
John M. Korn
Charles A. Kouvel
Joseph W. Kukura †
Roger J. LaGratta
Lawrence W. Levine
Edmund E. Lynch
Richard J. Macchia
Gerald F. Manna
Philip R. Martorelli
Dennis J. McAuliffe
Mark E. McGovern
Michael J. Menditto
Robert O. Modarelli
Vincent J. Murray
Richard J. O’Brien
George G. Pappas
Lewis G. Pascalli
Joseph M. Rabbia
John R. Riordan
Michael T. Ruane
Daniel I. Russell
Joseph P. Russoniello
Ronald J. Ruszkowski
Alfred H. Sauer
Robert E. Scully
Robert Selinske
John C. Spadora
Richard J. Stomber
Lawrence M. Tuzzo
Barry J. Tyne
Ronald J. Vignone
Dennis R. Walsh
Donald L. Whipple
Charles S. Zanowski
George W. Zuorick
Class of 1960
Total Giving: $276,060
Participation: 34%
Nicholas P. Acocella
Harold J. Augliera
James F. Bald, Jr.
James E. Bambrick 
John J. Behson, Jr.
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Robert J. Bison
John F. Bowman
Donald J. Brennan
Richard S. Brzenk
Robert L. Cerciello
William P. Connors
Thomas J. Coyle
Thomas J. Dolan
Richard J. Doyle
J. Gregory Drummond
Thomas W. Duncan
John W. Flesey
Eugene G. Galvin
Philip J. Gianfredi
Raymond A. Gibney
Andrew J. Gonos
Perry Iannaconi
Thomas J. Jennings
Donald J. Keating
James P. Kelly, Jr.
Robert J. Kelly
John J. Kirkowski
Clifford R. Lauterhahn
Peter J. Lavitola
Dennis A. Lewis
William A. Lindsay
James P. Linehan 
Anthony R. Martucci
Peter E. McCarren
Thomas E. McFeely
George A. Meluso
Joseph A. Metro
Francis X. Mollenhauer
Walter R. Mueller
Dominic J. Mustello
John P. Nulty
Dennis T. O’Brien
Edward T. O’Connor, Jr.
Robert F. Peirano
Thomas J. Polk
Joseph J. Ranieri
Frank M. Reuter
James N. Richardson
Arthur B. Schute
Richard Somma
John J. Swetits
John R. Ubhaus
Donald F. Ullmann
John B. Wefing
ALUMNI
Class of 1961
Total Giving: $48,263
Participation: 24%
Thomas J. Barkalow
James J. Barry
George P. Bull
Eugene F. Burke
Anthony F. Caggiano
Joseph G. Cardiello
Joseph J. Carr
Thomas J. Cleary
Thomas M. Crimmins
Thomas F. Curry
Wellington J. Davis, Jr. 
Frank A. DeCicco
Joseph A. DeMartino
James F. Donohue
James P. Dugan
Raymond J. Eichler
Richard S. Farrell
John D. Gawlik
Richard A. Graddock
Stephen B. Haggerty
John T. Harnett
Denis I. Howe
Francis H. Koch
Peter Korn
George D. Maraza
John J. Maroney
Paul A. McGee
Thomas J. McLaughlin
John J. Meehan
Ernest F. Mezey
Charles R. Parker
John A. Ridley
Ronald S. Rock
Gerard J. Roerty
Charles G. Sanders
Joseph A. Santangelo, Jr.
William C. Sinnott
James W. Smith
Henry P. Troy
Class of 1962
Total Giving: $58,290
Participation: 36%
Michael R. Agresta
Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr.
Alexander W. Booth, Jr.
Joseph D. Bozza
Frank M. Cappadona
Charles D. Cheek
Joseph A. Cleary
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Thomas F. Cosgrove
Louis A. Cuccaro
Kenneth J. Decina
Anthony J. Del Tufo
Robert W. Dempsey
Edward T. Devlin
Robert J. Doherty
George M. Dooris
Bernard D. Dugan
Dennis A. Dwyer
John C. Elliott
Ronald D. Gherardi
Thomas J. Goger
Edward A. Gorski
Dennis M. Griffin
David J. Healy
William E. Higgins
Gregory P. Hochstein
William G. Holy
Denis E. Hruza, Sr.
Richard W. Jacobs
John A. Kakolewski
John P. Kelly 
Michael J. Kennedy
John G. Kirincich
Edward F. Kosnik
John R. Kutney
Charles McAuliffe
Joseph V. McCarthy
Nicholas J. Micucci
John R. Middleton
Richard D. Moriarty
Robert J. Myers
Louis P. Nasif
William J. Netchert
Frank M. Nicoletti
John F. O’Halloran
John G. Pappas
Joseph P. Parkes, S.J.
Gabriel J. Pompeo
Robert J. Quackenbush
Stephen F. Riordan
James A. Romano
Joseph W. Sack
Charles S. Shiverick
Joseph J. Silva
Richard J. Singler, Jr.
Thomas E. Smith
Francis X. Spizziri
James C. Stokes
Francis A. Tedeschi
Anthony M. Tonzola
Eugene E. Torpey
Thomas J. Tudisco
Arthur J. Williams
Stanley M. Zaborowski
Class of 1963
Total Giving: $87,043
Participation: 23%
Joseph C. Armbruster
Bernard J. Berry, Jr.
Anthony E. Blumetti
Mark E. Branon
Mark A. Carroll
Daniel F. Cody, Jr.
Douglas H. Contreras
Thomas B. Curtin
Robert J. Dobis
Richard K. Donnelly
Frederick W. Ducca
John H. Emmons
Frank M. Esposito
John J. Feehan, Jr.
F. Gerald Fitzpatrick
Thomas M. Gorrie
Michael W. Granwehr
Edmund C. Heskin, Jr.
William H. Hill
Gregory S. Hrebiniak
William J. Keller
Paul J. Kelly
Richard A. Kelly
John J. Kennedy
Robert M. Kopki
A. Barry LaForgia
Stephen I. Lembo
Paul R. Lempa †
Wayne P. Marshall
Gerald D. McCarthy
Arthur Moreau
Paul K. Napoli 
Donald A. Riedlinger
George F. Schilp, Jr.
Mark P. Scully
Richard S. Skoblar
Patrick T. Wallace
John A. Ward, III
Richard F. Westphal
Raymond M. Zarnowski
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
ALUMNI
Class of 1964
Total Giving: $29,765
Participation: 27%
Richard Balcerzak
Raymond W. Berberich
Bernard C. Brady
John L. Butler
Anthony J. Calabrese
Charles A. Cappiccille
James E. Colligan, III
Robert J. Diesner
Daniel J. Donahue
James R. Donnelly
Thomas J. Dougherty
George J. Duva
James J. Egan
Michael J. Gravino
Andrew J. Guzo
James Haemmerle
Damian Hansen
William M. Hayevy
Kazimierz J. Herchold
Donald E. Kelly
Thomas J. Kelly
William F. Kelly
Howard Knapp
Peter J. Koch
Charles R. Kuzminski
Fredrick J. Lau
Charles P. Martowlis
James Matthews
William McCahill
Paul J. McGovern
Joseph M. McManus
Vincent P. McTighe
John P. Miller
W. C. Mortenson, Jr.
Steven R. Murphy
Joseph C. Napoli
Paul E. Newell
Daniel J. O’Connor
Jeffrey P. Quirk
Ronald R. Regan
Robert W. Richards
Michael J. Simmons
Frank Sorochen
Joseph A. Terranova
Henry A. Terwedow, Jr.
Paul A. Truszkowski
Joseph F. Wajszczuk
John M. Walsh
Bruce V. Zeman
Class of 1965
Total Giving: $49,908
Participation: 27%
John B. Ayres
Peter S. Babits
Richard V. Baker
John F. Baldovin, S.J.
Edward BonGiovanni
Michael A. Bronowich
John P. Caravello
Thomas J. Chromey
Martin J. Conlon
William H. Connolly, Jr.
Daniel A. Crifo
Joseph V. Cullum
Jerry Dailey
Ronald D. Demiglio
Kenneth Devins
Edward C. Fedak
David P. Finn, Sr.
Donald P. Finnerty
Frank J. Fischl, Jr.
Philip F. Frezzo
Michael J. Gallagher
Robert J. Genatt
Raymond F. Grzybowski
Timothy J. Hawkes
Wayne C. Hoffman
Edward R. Kealy
Andrew J. Kubica
Thomas J. Leane
Frank J. Murphy
Wayne D. Nystrom
Joseph T. O’Donnell, Jr.
Steven T. Pandolfo
Eugene T. Paolino
Joseph E. Pilla
Michael R. Polcari
Gregory C. Riso
John M. Rusnak
James J. Seaman
Richard S. Secare
William Sette
James P. Van Etten
Joseph M. White
George R. Witterschein
Kenneth J. Zienkiewicz
Class of 1966
Total Giving: $95,755
Participation: 36%
James M. Blaney
Anthony Bryk
Ronald M. Brzenk
Francis A. Bulzis
John F. Casper
Louis F. Castelli
John J. Curley
James A. Daurio
Edward J. DePascale
Robert B. Donovan
Joseph G. Dunn
Dennis J. Enright
Robert J. Fischer, Jr.
Brian G. Fitzpatrick
Richard C. Fleischer
Robert J. Frees
Louis A. Fucito
Stephen T. Gorbos
Robert J. Gormley
Eugene T. Gough
Joseph M. Hartnett
William T. Hilliard
Frederick J. Jacques, Jr.
John J. Janasie
Carl H. Kaminski
Patrick F. Kane
Charles F. Kenny, Jr.
Raymond V. Kilkenny
Theodore E. Kwiatkowski
Paul P. Lamb
Joseph M. Leone
Peter P. Malecki
V. James Mann
Ronald J. Marczewski
Joseph A. Maresca
John J. Monahan
Cosmo A. Mongiello
Patrick J. Montesano
Bruce M. Paoloni
Stephen G. Pello
George A. Peterson
Peter D. Pizzuto
Kenneth J. Quinn
James M. Richard
Dennis F. Rizzo
John A. Russell
James F. Ryan, Jr. 
Matthew E. Saccente
Alfred Sattelberger
Michael I. Scott
Stephen V. Sekel
William F. Sexton
William J. Skorupski
George J. Smith
Francis X. Spillane
 Class Chairman † Deceased
Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.
Joseph P. Stancati
Gerald P. Tyne
Frank M. Vaccarino
Kevin J. Ward
Stephen L. Weigert
Raymond F. Yannuzzi
Victor T. Zarrilli
Ronald J. Zawacki
Robert Zeman
Class of 1967
Total Giving: $22,485
Participation: 44%
Michael J. Anthony
Robert T. Armistead
Ernest J. Baker
James P. Barton
Thomas J. Belton
Gerald R. Blaszczak
Thomas D. Cahill
Frank X. Cardiello
John C. Carmody
Neil Catapano
Glenn M. Colacurci
William D. Cummings
Daniel A. D’Alessandro
Robert M. Datzko
Sergio C. DeBari
Paul A. Deibel
Carl S. DeLorenzo
Vincent I. Drobny, Jr.
James F. Dronzek
Richard Drozd †
John F. Duffy
Thomas K. Dwyer
Robert Fabio
Vincent A. Fusco
John R. Garbarino
Ronald Goppold
Walter J. Greenhalgh
Joseph Grillo
Michael P. Gurney
Henry J. Hamilton
James D. Healy
Joseph P. Hearns 
Robert W. Hohneker
Patrick Hughes
Mark J. Iannini
Walter S. Jaronski
Andrew J. Jaz
Theodore J. Kirby
Richard J. Kirkeby
Paul J. Kulkosky
Thomas M. Kusen
Charles T. Lanktree
Edward T. Larkin
Lawrence T. Lawler, Jr.
Gregory T. Loftus
Thomas C. Longendyke
John MacIntyre
Martin J. Mackin
L. Keith Madison
John D. Manna
Harold V. McKenna
Timothy J. Mercier
Gary A. Monteforte
Paul A. Mottola
Daniel J. Murawinski
Dennis A. Murphy
Thomas P. Murphy
Thomas A. Newton
Robert W. Nodine
Robert E. Nolan
James J. O’Connor
James A. Pilla
Thomas M. Podesta
Michael T. Reilly
James M. Renga
Edward D. Riedlinger
Gregory E. Riley
Matthew A. Rooney
Leonard T. Safford
Joseph A. Scerbo
Paul J. Simonetti
Edward J. Truskowski
Joseph J. Warzenski
Class of 1968
Total Giving: $59,672
Participation: 21%
Anthony T. Annunziato
Kevin J. Avery
George F. Barnes, Jr.
Dennis K. Barry
Stephen A. Bloom
Thomas C. Carola
Joseph K. Cooney
Edmund P. Dillon
Louis R. Erhardt
Patrick J. Evans
George A. Fleck
John F. Garibaldi
Robert B. Giovenco
Robert F. Glowacky
Peter G. Glushko
John M. Golashesky
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Jonathan J. Hammer
Robert M. Kay
Thomas C. Kiely
Daniel P. Kinahan
Daniel F. Lally
Robert A. Martelli
Nicholas G. Matin
James A. McCoy
Patrick J. McGovern
Richard T. Michalowski
Anthony Panariello
Thaddeus Paprocki
Gregory P. Polonica
Ronald P. Prezioso
Thomas D. Ruane
John K. Ryan
Patrick J. Ryan
Bernard T. Schumacher
David V. Scian
Donald G. Shalhoub
Dennis M. Sheridan
Walter A. Sinopoli
Frank Sokolik
Dennis J. Stinziano
Stephen Thomsen
John S. Tochko
Steven J. Tomaszeski
Joseph C. Weiss
Class of 1969
Total Giving: $25,023
Participation: 25%
Glenn Annan-Brady
Stanley V. Baginski
Joseph E. Bannon
Robert W. Barkovitz
David J. Barry
Robert M. Benedetti
Robert P. Broderick
Marc Cozzetta
Bernard J. Doherty
James J. Doolan, Jr.
Charles P. Doyle
T. J. Elliott
Ken Feduniewicz
Julius C. Forhecz
John F. Hamill
Edward G. Hinte
Edward F. Hrinewski
Paul Kokosinski
Stephen P. Kozakewich
Alfred A. La Gratta
Louis J. Liberatore
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Eli F. Lizza
Edward R. Mackiewicz
James G. McGuinness
David M. McGuire
Francis A. McGuire
Thomas J. Murphy
Martin P. O’Connor
Charles J. Olsen
Fredrick J. Paternoster
Stanley R. Plust
John J. Pron
Richard F. X. Regan
Dennis M. Reznick
Michael K. Sawicz
Robert Scher
Gregory A. Schneider
Leo J. Spaccavento
Robert J. Szewczyk
Ronald R. Szmerda
Vincent J. Tavormina
Stephen I. Totaro
John T. Waldron
Class of 1970
Total Giving: $57,861
Participation: 28%
Richard W. Agresta
Anthony Alosco
Gary D. Amato
Thomas J. Booth
James T. Bulzis
John G. Byram
John P. Callahan
Thomas G. Chiccone
Ralph C. Citarella, Sr.
Kevin M. Crociani
August J. Daquila
Michael J. Donohue
John P. Fencik
Vito J. Germinario
Anthony F. Giordano
Michael Gratale
Gaetano T. Gregory
George P. Gurdak
James C. Horan
William R. Horan
Leo J. Hurley
Albert Knight
Robert J. Kozar
Harold J. Lachnicht
Joel Lafrano
Ralph J. Lamparello
Lawrence J. Lewis
ALUMNI
Michael L. Lynch
Raymond J. Marszalowicz
James A. McDonald, Jr.
William J. McGovern, III
Richard F. McMahon
Michael R. Milano 
James E. Murphy
Michael Nemeth
Richard M. Newton
David P. Ockay
Neil O’Connor
Denis J. O’Sullivan
Richard Pompliano
Harvey Rubinstein
Brian G. Salisbury
Alexander M. Santora
Frederick W. Stevens, Jr.
Edward J. Suczewski
Mark D. Swiney
Michael Thomas
Randolph A. Walther
E. Peter Wolf
Thomas M. Zappia
Class of 1971
Total Giving: $670,401
Participation: 33%
George J. Ambrosio
Paul L. Audet
Richard J. Baker
Peter P. Begans
Mark P. Bender
Michael J. Besante
Michael Blaney
Arthur F. Blood
Donald E. Blumenfeld
Charles A. Booth
John E. Bradley
Donald G. Brady
Thomas J. Butler
John R. Cangemi
Joseph A. Cascio †
John V. Caulfield
Gerard T. Chiara
Joseph M. Cioffi
John I. Ciuppa
Paul D. Colford
Edward V. Connell
Philip Connelly
William E. Conrad
Rocco Conti
Gerard De Man, Jr.
Peter Dimatteo
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John B. Foley
Michael S. Giannotto
William R. Hamill
Michael F. Healy
Stanley Hreniuk
Joseph J. La Pilusa
Patrick T. Lipka
Alfonse Mannato
Michael Masone
Gregory V. Mauriello
Thomas P. McGinty
Kenneth R. Miller
James G. Mortenson
Douglas W. Noonan
S. Andrew Ostapski
Joseph M. Petri
Stephen Pingree
Drew Portfolio
Richard J. Reid
Charles V. Russell
J. P. Schaetzle 
Richard A. Sheils, Jr.
John W. Tavormina
Michael Venditti, Jr.
Robert J. Warner
Robert T. Zito
Class of 1972
Total Giving: $50,655
Participation: 25%
William L. Bouregy
William Bracey
Raymond A. Bucko, S.J.
John Calandriello
Paul J. Callahan
Donald M. Cannavale
Robert J. Carroll
Stephen C. Caruana
John P. Collins
John L. Costello, Jr.
John J. Crosby, III
Kevin A. Cummings
Joseph R. DePasquale
David Descalzi
Daniel F. Downey
Paul T. Dully
George F. Faherty
Thomas P. Ferrera
John M. Furka
John P. Gallagher
Kevin M. Glennon
Richard J. Hayes
Peter A. Hickey
Anthony J. Johnstone
John P. Keilp
John V. Laffan
Donald W. Landry
Dennis J. LaRusso
John M. McAdam
Patrick W. McGovern
Robert J. Mernar
Mark E. Morchel
James M. Mullin
Gene L. Noce
Anthony S. Piszel
Gary F. Porter
Donald R. Rasmusson, Jr. 
John J. Reilly
Mark A. Rizzo
Bruce R. Sabatini
John J. Serpico
Michael A. Tozzi
Michael D. Walter
Class of 1973
Total Giving: $36,949
Participation: 25%
Kenneth Albers, Jr.
Andrew A. Ballerini
Gary P. Cardiello
Robert J. Colacurcio 
Christopher J. Colford
James F. Collins, Jr.
James P. Croghan, S.J.
Michael DeSalvo
Paul F. Diverio
Carl P. Fuardo
Alfred J. Gillio
John Grant
Sigmund S. Grudzinski
Thomas R. Jago
Mark M. Krautheim
Robert Lalli
Thomas J. Lally
Thomas S. Larson
Eugene Lenahan
Samuel LoPresti
Kenneth Mahler
Steven L. Malavarca
Anthony W. Marsh
George McGowan
Michael G. McGuinness
Thomas Moore
Kevin A. Mulrain
Joseph M. Murray
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ALUMNI
Patrick V. Pace
Leonard Pasculli
John J. Petrizzo
Ralph W. Quaglia
Edward D. Ricchiuto
Raymond Roginski
Anthony L. Romano, Jr.
William J. Ruane
Ralph Sarkisian
Raymond Schultz
Stephen M. Smith
Richard J. Smolucha
Vincent C. Stagnitto
George T. Taite
Robert G. Waldron
Class of 1974
Total Giving: $49,971
Participation: 20%
Manuel F. Alvarez
George C. Barry
Richard J. Bender
Patrick F. Callahan, III
Robert Calvanico
John T. Chester
Peter G. Colford
Louis Diangelo
Bart Erbach
Robert F. X. Feeney 
Paul N. Florio
James P. Frees
Edward K. Hamill
Gary Holt
Thomas I. Kennedy
George A. Krol
Charles M. Lizza
Joseph P. Marmora, Jr.
Edmund Mizerek, Jr.
Anthony Monterisi
Timothy J. Mortenson
Thomas J. Murphy
Joseph C. O’Connell
Samuel D. Polese
Mark J. Ricciardi
Kevin J. Riordan
Paul J. Roses
Edward P. Siems
Dennis A. Sperduto
H. Kevin Stogran
Garrick J. Stoldt
Francis A. Tedesco
Steven Tochko
John A. Tyrrell
Bruce Woerner
Paul J. Wolf
Class of 1975
Total Giving: $30,605
Participation: 15%
William J. Ahearn 
Ralph Aquila
Robert Aviles
James F. Begans
Joseph T. Calabria
Leo F. Campbell
Matthew J. Crosson
Frank A. D’Amelio
Joseph H. Frank
David M. Gaddis
Thomas J. Gibson
Vincent J. Gramuglia
John A. Gurdak
Anthony P. LaRocco
William P. Loelius
Patrick J. Maloney
Gerard P. Maresca
Mark N. Mauriello
Francis J. McGovern
Thomas McGovern
Russell P. Morley
Marc E. Mruz
Robert K. Reddington
Richard M. Terek
Class of 1976
Total Giving: $20,675
Participation: 14%
Steven C. Beach
Thomas J. Brophy
Joseph J. Caldas
Leonard Cannarozzi, Jr.
Joseph R. Doren, Jr.
Mark P. Emerson
Mark S. Fallon
Terence M. Feeney
John T. Honan
Daniel G. Jablonski
George P. Kuch
Timothy H. Mahler
Philip F. McGovern, Jr.
Michael A. Meese
Salvatore A. Moscatello, Jr.
Stephen M. O’Sullivan
Charles M. Pfeifer
Joseph C. Piperato
John J. Smith 
Dante A. Sorrenti
Thomas P. Specian
Keith K. West
Mark K. Wyville
Robert J. Zeller
Paul Zielinski
Class of 1977
Total Giving: $48,911
Participation: 17%
Christopher R. Barry
John J. Bauer
David P. Caulfield
Daniel Y. Chu
Michael J. DeMarco
Thomas J. Favia, Jr.
William M. Filon
Peter J. Gargiulo
Thomas E. Gill
Thomas H. Jozefiak
Jeffrey Kaczka
Russell Kennedy
Robert Krasowski
John M. Lillis
Paul D. Martucci
Daniel R. Massarelli
William E. McCusker
Patrick J. McNamara
William F. Oser, Jr.
Stephen J. Piersa
Michael J. Rhim
James G. Rizzo 
Gerard C. Saponara
Michael A. Sawyer
Robert J. Spearing
Anthony J. Squillaro
Kevin P. Stokes
Elia P. Vanechanos
Class of 1978
Total Giving: $17,083
Participation: 25%
James E. Addas
Steven Alonso
Perry Bellino
Paul F. Bullock
Kevin E. Carter
Paul Ciesmelewski
Hernando Defex
Joseph Dickinson
Vincent J. Donatacci
James C. Dowden
Robert L. Duncan
 Class Chairman † Deceased
Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.
James J. Feeney
Anthony S. Ferrara
Thomas J. Foley
Michael B. Gallagher
Edward A. Hartnett
Thomas Hyland
John L. Johnson
Anthony E. Keating
Christopher L. Mahler
Michael Mastowski
Patrick McGrath
Joseph F. Mesgleski
Kevin T. Murtha
Joseph Oldakowski
Donald M. Onorato, Jr.
Ira Owens
Victor J. Paparazzo
Matthew J. Peterkin
Philip E. Pritzlaff, Jr.
Charles E. Rogers
David K. Rolek
Martin J. Roszkowski
Joseph F. Scutellaro, Jr.
Taras Y. Sochan
Robert Triebe
Christopher J. Zegler
Class of 1979
Total Giving: $23,880
Participation: 23%
Daniel Baumgartner
Edward C. Capparelli
Arthur Cifelli
Kevin M. Cullen
Mark DeMarco
Paul Erhardt
Mark Fabyanski
Frank Free, III
Thomas J. Gangemi, III
Michael Glennon
James F. Hague
Greg Herenda
Richard G. Kabrt
Michael J. Kennedy
Thomas E. Kilkenny
John P. Lynch
Timothy J. Mahoney
Kenneth T. Maloney
Thomas D. Mauriello
Joseph A. Michalik
Charles O’Reilly
William T. Petrick
Joseph F. Popovich
John R. Raslowsky, II
Peter G. Rasmusson
John F. Richardson
Thomas M. Schember
Richard D. Schwartz
Mario Valenciano
Peter A. Vardakis
John M. Veltre
David J. Viggiano
Joseph Villanella
Mark Youngclaus
Class of 1980
Total Giving: $10,480
Participation: 30%
Michael K. Airey
Anthony C. Armagno
Patrick Cappiello
Sean Clancy
Philip M. Czochanski
Roger Dumadag
Sergio L. Duran
John T. Feeney 
Michael J. Giambalvo
Ruel D. Holgado
James T. Kane, Jr.
Christopher P. Kern
Richard J. Kist
Gregory R. Lallo
Stephen Langevin
John Latella
Thomas S. Liccardo
William Lillis
Joseph Luppino
Frank P. Malvasi
Joseph A. Massarelli
Harold McDonald
William McDonough
Vincent D. McGeehan
Gregory Morrison
Sean O’Kane
Daniel Quinn
Thor Scherer
Terrence J. Sekel
Ihor Shevchuk
Paul E. Venino
Anthony Viggiano
Benjamin J. Williams
Thomas Wyville
Craig J. Zegler
Albert J. Zolli, Jr.
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Class of 1981
Total Giving: $19,754
Participation: 17%
Daniel A. Apruzzese
Joseph G. Bawiec
Patrick A. Bonner
Michael B. Botyrius
James J. Buonavolonta
Sam T. Christopher
Brian J. Colford
Richard F. Connors
Anthony F. DeCicco
James J. Donofrio
Gabriel F. Doria
John J. Finn
Terence W. Hayes
Christopher S. Hudik
John J. Kaplan
Christopher S. Lally
Richard M. Larkin
Patrick Lee
Gerald T. Madden
Anthony J. Marchitto
Thomas J. Monaco
Brian O. Nevins
John G. O’Connell
Curt J. Philipczak
Thomas W. Richardson
Robert A. Schwartz
Kenneth D. Walter
Class of 1982
Total Giving: $10,065
Participation: 24%
Anthony Alaimo
Oliver J. Armas
Henry J. Borchers, III
Charles G. Cresci
Peter Crivelli
Brian J. Cummings, S.S.E.
Vincent T. D’Agostino
Marc S. Denny
Orlando Esposito
David E. Finn, Sr. 
John W. Hughes
Kevin M. Larkin
Theodore M. Lowicki
Edward J. Macchi
Michael W. Melnick
Richard C. Mulcahy
Joseph G. Murphy
Timothy A. O’Connell
Matthew P. Pawlikowski
Christopher A. Piparo
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Jesus A. Prieto
Darrin M. Reznick
John F. Roake
Mario Sasso, Jr.
Leon M. Suty
Michael A. Valentino
Neil E. Ward
Brian P. Winfield
Class of 1983
Total Giving: $109,120
Participation: 26%
Michael Acanfora
Edward Bono
John Cappadoccia
Dennis J. Crowley
Sebastian M. D’Elia
Bassem Demian
David M. Dowden 
Patrick A. Drennan
Mark H. Englert
Thomas B. Finn, Jr.
James P. Gallagher
Angelo R. Giacchi
Mark D. Hogan
John T. Irvine 
James Kerwin
Jon Kroeper
Paul LaBruno
Ismael Maisonet
Michael J. McGeehan, III
Steven J. McGill
John T. McSharry, III
Athan M. Mergus
William Morrissey
Joseph F. Murphy
Keith A. Neuschwanter
Joseph Nicoletti
Gaetano A. Ricciardone
Kevin J. Russell
Paul A. Rutch
William G. Savino
Roman A. Sukiennik
Leonard H. Van Orden
Joseph C. Veniero
Thomas Ventrone
Thomas R. Walters
Class of 1984
Total Giving: $14,459
Participation: 17%
William E. Bate
Michael E. Boyle
ALUMNI
Edward M. Chiappara
Frank A. Ciatto
Gavin S. Cummings
John D. DeSimone, Jr.
Vincent B. DiDomenico, Jr.
Thomas V. Dougherty
Ronald A. Filak
Michael G. Granelli
Charles J. Harrington
William A. Herenda
Charles Huh
Michael G. Kane
Christopher N. Monico
James H. Murphy 
Daniel P. Onorato
Mark A. Polemeni
Craig S. Richards
John T. Ryan
Robert X. Scheurer, III
Albert J. Vargas
Christopher Wood
Samuel R. De Luca, Jr.
Patrick Dunn
Stephen M. Dutkiewicz
Christopher Falco
Manuel T. Galang, Jr.
Douglas R. Gronda
Daniel Hanks
David M. LaBruno
Joseph Mancino
James G. McDermott
Allan J. McLeod
William Neafsey
Robert Nestor
William O. Perkins
Frederic J. Regenye
Scott H. Sari
William Scheurer
Mark G. Stappenbeck
Charles Trefurt
Scott E. Tuzzo
Nicholas H. Wood
Class of 1985
Total Giving: $16,296
Participation: 15%
Joseph A. Bucci
Stephen Carluccio
Robert Clarke
James C. DeAngelo
Renato J. Giacchi
Nelson Gonzalez
Scott Hart
Stephen J. Hudik 
Jeffrey Kellner
Edward Kostrzewa
Thomas M. Murphy
David J. Owens
Mukesh Patel
Richard Peters
Stephen J. Russell
Michael J. Samra
Francis A. Sullivan
Samuel B. Tantuico
Ernest Wallerstein
Roger C. Woody
Class of 1987
Total Giving: $16,134
Participation: 14%
Thomas F. Blunda
David A. Bryngil
Eduardo L. Canseco
Peter J. Capizzi
Dennis J. Corwin
J. Ernani S. Domingo
Michael P. Downey
Thomas P. Finn
Michael A. Gifford
Joe Giglio 
Joseph C. Gutierrez
Gilbert W. Iles
Leon R. Jablow
Paul J. Lagermasini
Christopher J. Metcalfe
Huerta J. Neals
Daniel P. Pietruska, Jr.
William T. Price, III
Donald W. Schroeder
Charles J. Sciarra
Mark J. Usarzewicz
Joseph M. Valente
Thomas J. Zimmermann
Class of 1986
Total Giving: $167,110
Participation: 14%
Michael Ahn
Brian R. Archer
Francis P. Briamonte, III
Kenneth P. Comandatore
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Total Giving: $4,614
Participation: 13%
David A. Cardino
Christopher G. Culhane
John DeFilippis
David P. Donnelly
Christopher Doroszczyk
Jeffrey R. Jablonski
Eugene J. Keohane
Donald P. Lapine
Rolando R. Lavarro
Edward O’Connell
Ralph S. Pantozzi
David Penaskovic
Carlos E. Perez
Walter H. Schneider 
Peter T. Spadora
Philip A. Swabsin
Joseph M. Volcy
Edward Whitehead
Christopher J. Zingaro
Class of 1989
Total Giving: $19,775
Participation: 11%
Kevin J. Brodbeck 
Thomas D. Casulli
David D’Amore
Dennis C. Degnan
John Formoso
Edward J. Gargiulo, Jr.
Robert Gill
Brian E. Haughney
Stephen M. Kawalek
Kieran G. McGlynn
James R. Mielo
William J. Myer
Paul A. Petti
William L. Robalino
Thomas P. Schifano
Eoin Treacy
Douglas Viggiano
Class of 1990
Total Giving: $12,056
Participation: 13%
Jeffrey M. Adelung
Erwin Andres
Peter F. Bonavota
Keith R. Bucher
Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti
Kenneth Ferrante
Anthony Guma
Richard E. Hamilton 
Raymond J. Hennessey
William Hoffman
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
ALUMNI
Shannon S. Mariniello
Joseph F. Mendez, Jr.
Paul Mulcahy
Kevin M. Napoli
Kenneth B. Nippes, III
Michael J. O’Gorman
Christopher K. Perkins
Michael N. Rusignuolo
Michael Stefano
Class of 1991
Total Giving: $2,435
Participation: 10%
Keith E. Adams
Sean A. Adams
Christopher M. Briamonte
Steven P. Brown
Timothy R. Connelly
William G. Dwyer, III
Paul S. Evangelista
Thomas A. Ferrari, III
Lazaro Guzman
Brad T. Kloza
Marco E. Morais
Ryan C. Prendergast
David C. Rosciszewski
Robert P. Salmon
Christian Sammarco
Michael S. Struk
Class of 1992
Total Giving: $2,020
Participation: 12%
Frank J. Barletta
Christian A. Bontigao
Christopher T. Bracco
Michael W. Cardino
Kevin Cocca
Domenico Esposito
Hunter Figueras
Matthew A. Fleming
Edward M. Giblin
Anthony C. Iacocca
James T. Martin
Brian McCabe
Terence J. McHale
Carlos Noriega
Alexander B. Ragone
Michael F. Rems
Michael P. Shin
Robert A. Valente
Class of 1993
Total Giving: $9,950
Participation: 8%
Craig B. Adams
John J. Collins
Paul M. Jordan
John P. Mannion
Paul G. Massache
T. Christian McGreevy
Justin D. McKeon
Anthony M. Novello, Jr.
Eric C. Saam
Justin M. Skripak
Thomas J. Sullivan, Jr.
Mark A. Trojan
Robert A. Ypelaar
Class of 1994
Total Giving: $8,060
Participation: 16%
Mark T. Adams
Joseph A. Amatrucola
Mark P. Amatrucola
Anthony J. Arnone
Eric F. Bronnenkant
Mark D. Castillo
Mark A. Connolly
Christopher Conti
Alex Drummond
Scott M. Dutkiewicz
Mario D. Favetta
James C. Ferretti
Josip Gazic
James S. Gutierrez
David E. Haro
Michael J. Lapinski
Jerome R. Lemanowicz
Richard M. Mack
John T. Mulewski
Patrick O’Connell
Matt D. Slootsky
Brian L. Spadora
Michael P. Sugrue
Stephen K. Trynosky
Matthew B. Walsh
Nicholas G. Warnock
Michael V. Zakhar
Class of 1995
Total Giving: $6,950
Participation: 13%
Michael A. Bilicska
Joseph J. Casazza, Jr. 
Ralph C. Citarella
Thomas F. Curtin
Dominik J. DiPasquale
Douglas J. Facciponti
Vladimir Gomez
Matthew B. Klarmann
John Kolakowski
Paul A. Laracy
Luigi Marandola
Michael McCabe
Robert L. Melchionne
Mark C. Messenger
William P. Musto
Arsenio N. Padovano
John L. Rutigliano
Jeff T. Skinner
Victor E. Suthammanont
David M. Tobias
John F. Veltri
William J. Woelpper, Jr.
Jorge L. Silva
David M. Smith
Joseph Shane Smith
Christopher J. Spina
Class of 1996
Total Giving: $5,875
Participation: 10%
Brian Beldowicz
Jonathan Boggiano
Steven B. Boyd 
Peter Camacho
John Cirilli
Edward Coleman
Vincent R. Collado
Vincent Conti
Patrick F. Fitzpatrick
Joseph LoPorto
Patrick M. McKeon
James O’Day
Gavin Schiraldo
Daniel Stupinski
Jeffrey Tiffner
Class of 1998
Total Giving: $19,678
Participation: 20%
Timothy J. Andreula
Pietro Barberi
Christian S. Boggiano
Jeffrey A. Bouquio
Jaime P. Cepeda
Richard J. Colabraro
Kevin A. Comprelli
Donald S. Cymbor, Jr.
Joseph D. Facchini
Anthony P. Fesken
Jonathan B. Foster-Moore
John J. Friend
Gerald P. Iorio 
Mark L. Kudera
John P. Lucero
Michael S. Mara
Brian J. McKenna
Jeffrey M. McPartlan
Matthew P. Monteleone
Edward J. Mullins
Daniel Petersen
Ryan J. Prime
Albert A. Rinaldi 
Darren M. Scher
Vivek Singh
Ryan P. Skripak
Michael R. Sunga
Dorian T. Timmons
Jay J. Tuminaro
Anthony Vitanzo
Robert V. Wallace
Class of 1997
Total Giving: $1,800
Participation: 9%
Jeffrey J. Angermeyer
Christopher J. Casazza
Francis M. Drummond
John J. Falcicchio
Philip L. Frezzo
Thomas P. Gargiulo
Victor M. Gonzalez
Scott W. Gurian
Michael Priore
Rene Roa
Class of 1999
Total Giving: $3,780
Participation: 19%
Craig H. Addeo
Daniel V. Atienza
Rick A. Briamonte
John A. Carey
Kevin J. Coyle
Matthew M. Cunningham
Christian S. Doria
Luke A. Drummond
Nicholas J. Edwards
William J. Fitzgerald
 Class Chairman † Deceased
Participation percentages and the Total Giving summary include gifts to all funds.
Michael B. Frezzo
Joseph R. Garofalo
Dexter Gonzalez
Garrett M. Hoffman
Matthew A. Hunton
Michael A. McDonald
Patrick J. McGovern, III
Anthony M. Miceli
Andrew S. Moe
Matthew J. Moran
Brian J. Musto
Kenneth J. O’Connor 
Eftihi Pentarakis
Joseph A. Perez, Jr.
Gennaro Pica
Michael A. Santucci
Angelo F. Tango
Jonathan Tomassi
Justin A. Traina
Frederick P. Veltri
Class of 2000
Total Giving: $1,200
Participation: 8%
Raymond Addas
Gerard Aro
William A. Bedford
Edmund Caulfield
Marc A. Cevasco
Gregory Conti
Mark Goldsack
Anthony D. Marinello
Edward Pickett
Mohammad Riaz
Giancarlo Sari
David P. Suarez
Steven Wieczorek
Class of 2001
Total Giving: $5,525
Participation: 22%
Liam D. Ahearn
Steven A. Battaglino
William R. Bludgus 
Mark J. Boryszewski
Matthew Brito
Edgar Benjamin A. Cabrera
Brian M. Castelli
Vincent M. Catanese
Stephen M. Caufield
Gregory J. Couillou
Scott T. Cunningham
Felix DeJesus
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James Della Vecchia
Matthew R. Denes
Patrick V. DeSomma
John M. Facchini
Michael A. Farley
Joseph A. Frezzo
Joseph Giordano
George W. Griffin
Richard Gutierrez
Bernard F. Kenny, III
Anthony La Spada
David M. Lang
Gregory A. LaScola
Christian R. Latoja
Charles S. Maffey
Michael T. Malloy
Kevin M. McGrath
Hugo A. Rivera
Kenneth C. Santucci
Michael Settembrino
Patrick T. Smith
John B. Talty
Anthony J. Territola
Jude Anthony C. Tiscornia
Joseph D. Watkins
Edmond Wong
Class of 2002
Total Giving: $1,560
Participation: 13%
Stephan Baber
Joseph A. Battista
Marek J. Dudziak
Nicholas R. Hamilton
Timothy J. Hearns
Michael S. Hoffman
Mark L. Inocencio
Gregory J. Kender
Samuel J. LoPresti
Tony J. Martin
Thomas B. McQuillan
Joseph T. Pacilio
Joseph J. Pavlica, Jr.
Rene J. Rodriguez
Joseph E. Serzan, III
Drew J. Sheeran
Robert M. Stein
Kenneth P. Teschlog 
Vito A. Totino
Anthony M. V. Wolleon
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Class of 2003
Total Giving: $3,195
Participation: 11%
Marc J. Amadeo
Marco C. Ambrosio 
Ronald R. Cardoso
Christopher B. Caulfield
Timothy M. Chester
Patrick M. Collins
Joseph M. Danatzko
Colin F. Hanley
Michael J. Jiran
Denis McGuire
Richard Montalvo
Christopher J. Pareja
Mauro G. Raguseo
Benjamin J. Reed
Gabriel Rohaidy
Alexander Santucci
David S. Sarch
Peter G. Shalhoub
Robert M. Simone
Stephen P. Spiewak 
Class of 2004
Total Giving: $1,425
Participation: 8%
Christopher E. Bludgus
Justin Frimmel
John J. Greco
John F. Kelly
Daniel M. Kiczek
Thomas P. Leane
Timothy R. Maher
Brian P. McGrath
Patrick H. Mellea
Michael T. Murphy
Matthew M. O’Hare
Matthew A. Rotondo
William J. Sweeney
Joseph Territola, Jr.
Brendan Whitford
Class of 2005
Total Giving: $910
Participation: 7%
Thomas J. Barone
Patrick M. Blaney
Kevin E. Chester
Anthony Facciponte
Federico J. Garcia
Peter J. Geary
Thomas Kelley-Kemple
ALUMNI
Francis A. Kenny
Carl F. Kraus
Michael T. Lampariello
Peter J. Ligeiro
Michael D. Ockay
Marcello L. Pacheco
Brian F. Serzan
John Murphy
Thomas Rogers
Nicholas Strack
Daniel B. Tomassi
David M. Ward
James Ward
Thomas Wile
Class of 2006
Total Giving: $1,410
Participation: 8%
Joseph R. Avallone
Michael J. Beni
John U. Bowker
Martin M. Bowker
Thomas D. D’Alessio
Kevin P. Dougherty
Martin P. Hogan
Brian E. Jones
Daniel L. Libatique
T. James LiVolsi, Jr.
Stephen J. McDermott
Michael T. Serzan
Peter Spiewak
Michael F. Sweeney
Jonathan P. Treble 
Paul B. Ward
Theodore Yager
Class of 2009
Total Giving: $655
Participation: 7%
Robert G. Avallone
Paul H. Beckmann
Matthew R. Bender 
Lawrence J. Bovich
Brendan F. Canale
Charles B. Costello
Christopher M. Fernandez
William P. Foley
James A. Gutch
Joseph L. Livi
Andrew R. Mernar
Kevin F. Meuse
Paul A. Paternoster
Justin G. Restrepo
Michael J. Rodgers
Owen T. Sweeney
Class of 2007
Total Giving: $720
Participation: 5%
Dean M. Ballesteros
Kevin P. Capodice
Sean Carney
Robert C. Cole 
Theodore J. Doyle
Charles H. Dullea
Gilberto M. Estupinan
Piero S. Iberti
John F. Ockay
Joseph Tressitt
Class of 2008
Total Giving: $975
Participation: 7%
Curran Banach
Patrick Byrnes
Peter Drummond
Christopher Hetherington
Daniel Librojo
Daniel LiVolsi
Kevin G. McDermott
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Class of 2010
Total Giving: $2,874
Participation: 40%
Ryan Albern
John F. Armstrong
Joseph F. Bernardo
Michael Blicharz
Kirk A. Brabham
Vincent D. Brinas
Christopher Brito
Thomas A. Brodowski
Philip Buzzerio
Tyler E. Byrne
James R. Calabrese
Vincent Caldas
Kevin Cevasco 
Alexander D. Cogott
Justin J. D’Agostino
David A. DiCrisci
Christopher J. Dietz
Paul A. Dimitrey
Daniel R. Donaway
Peter T. Dougherty
Christian Ellet
Michael J. Evans
Joseph A. Feinstein
Erik Felipe
Jonathan Fernandez
John F. Flynn
James J. Forker
Benjamin M. Glassen
Conner E. Gleason
Timothy P. Gonzalez
Ryan A. Gordon
Adam L. Governale
Marc A. Hanna
Andrew S. Hayes
Zachary D. Helming
John J. Hladik
Kevin J. Innis
Matthew G. Julian
Michael J. Kahrer
Jay Kaufman
John J. Kaufmann
John F. Kelley
Jesse Kickey
Jonathan H. Kijne
James B. Kuklinski
Zachary J. Lanning
John P. Leadbeater
Kyle W. Lillis
David Lipyanka
David Longo
Nicholas J. Mangone
Matthew J. Mazzari
Jonathan E. McCarthy
Gianni A. McLaughlin
Timothy Mernar
Elliott R. Montalvan
John-Carlo Monti
Patrick J. Moran
Kenan T. Moriarty
Matthew J. Murphy
Robert A. Niemczyk
Terrance K. O’Donnell
Edwin J. Ortiz
Raphael Ortiz
David Park
Alexander A. Perez
Darren S. Rivera
Michael F. Rizzo
Matthew Roake
Kyle Robinson
Anthony H. Rutkowski
Jeremy Selecky
James B. Shovlin
Michael J. Sisk
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
ALUMNI | CURRENT PARENTS
Joseph D. Sisti
Ryan N. Smith
Jonathan Spivack
Benjamin F. Stracquatanio
Sergio E. Torres
Kevin A. Tuites
Thomas Tulp
Neil Verano
Matthew C. Woods
Dwayne J. Wright
Michael T. Wright
Michael Yager
Justin T. Zajac
Eric R. Zebrowski
Current Parents
Class of 2010
M/M Mark Armstrong
M/M Edward Barry
M/M Constancio Bernardo
Ms. Ami Brabson &
Mr. Andre Braugher
M/M Eusebio Brinas, Jr.
M/M Thomas A. Brodowski
M/M Philip Buzzerio
M/M Joseph J. Caldas
M/M Andrew J. Cevasco
M/M Joseph Crimmins
M/M Kevin A. Cummings
M/M John M. Daly
M/M William Davis
M/M James DeSimone
M/M David DiCrisci
Ms. Angela Chua &
Mr. Rogelio Dingcong
M/M Robert Donahue
Ms. Gladys Vallespir Ellett &
Dr. Thomas Ellett
M/M Timothy Evans
Ms. Esther Winter &
Mr. James J. Feeney
M/M Michael Fernandez
M/M William Flannery
M/M Charles Forker
M/M Ardley Fuqua
M/M James Gardner
M/M James Glassen
Ms. Margaret Laub &
Mr. Jack Governale
M/M Steven Hayes
Ms. Adeline Hyacinthe
M/M Michael T. Kahrer
M/M Anthony E. Keating
M/M John Kelley
M/M Edward Kickey
Ms. Angela C. DeSouza &
Mr. Kenji Kitamura
M/M James Kuklinski
M/M Richard Lanning
M/M William Lillis
M/M Gregory Longo
M/M Steven Mazzari
Ms. Yolanda Cuomo &
Mr. Joseph McLaughlin
M/M Robert J. Mernar
M/M Timothy Moran
M/M Dennis P. Murphy
M/M Michael Murphy
M/M William O’Donnell
M/M Rafael Ortiz
M/M Daniel Park
M/M James W. Pindar
M/M Kevin T. Purcell
M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III
M/M James G. Rizzo
M/M John F. Roake
Dr. & Mrs. Eric Robinson
M/M Armando Santana
M/M Gary Selecky
Ms. Sally Shovlin
M/M James Sisk
M/M Jon Sisti
M/M Thomas J. Tulp
M/M Neofito Urbina
Ms. Elizabeth Moriarty-Walsh &
Mr. Joseph Walsh
M/M Ken D. Walter
M/M Peter Warner
Ms. Pamela Miller &
Mr. Ira Weinberg
Ms. Teresa Scott-Woods &
Mr. Christopher Woods
M/M Scott A. Wright
M/M Kenneth P. Zajac
M/M Eric Zebrowski
Class of 2011
M/M Gennaro Addesso
M/M Omayemi G. Agbeyegbe
M/M Adrian Alfred
Ms. Rossella Luppi-Aquila &
Dr. Ralph Aquila
M/M David Bates
M/M William Borland
M/M Lawrence Bovich
Ms. Sharon Brown
M/M Floyd Cardoz
M/M Ray Castro
M/M Nestor Charriez
Ms. Kelley Sharkey &
Mr. Thomas Collins
M/M Daniel Convery
M/M Roberto Cortinas
M/M Christopher Cosgrove
M/M Henry Coxe
M/M Christopher Crean
M/M Anthony Cunningham
M/M Patrick Cunningham
Ms. Judith Czachur &
Mr. Farook Chowdhury
M/M Marcos DePaz
M/M James J. Donofrio
M/M Gary Eck
M/M Robert Ferrara
M/M Thomas Foley
M/M Richard Garrigan
M/M Laurence Harden
M/M Victor Harris
M/M Robert Hart, Jr.
M/M Mark Hartzell
M/M Jonathan H. Hetherington
M/M Kevin Higgins
M/M Edward Ho
Mrs. Linda Hogger
M/M Raymond Holowienka
M/M John T. Irvine
M/M Gerard Jablonski
M/M Alan Katzman
M/M Kevin Kearns
M/M Henry Khost
M/M Edward King
M/M Brian LaBau
M/M Valentine Larwa
M/M Alexander Linkus, Jr.
M/M Dale Livi
M/M Timothy LiVolsi
M/M Charles M. Lizza
M/M Lawrence Manning
Ms. Jean Maruri
M/M Laurence McCarthy
M/M Edward McGovern
M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr.
Ms. Debra McLaughlin
M/M Kenneth McManus
M/M Salvatore Milito
M/M Vincent Moloughney
M/M Timothy Moriarty
M/M Richard Murphy, Jr.
Mr. Paul Pappaceno
M/M John Polanin, Jr.
M/M Philip Reynolds
M/M Ken Ricciardi
M/M Thomas Ruane
M/M William Ryan
M/M Harish Sachanandani
M/M Christopher Schaeffer
Ms. Rita Shapskinsky
M/M David Smythe
Mr. Joseph Sukovich
M/M Robert E. Swab
M/M John Sylvester
M/M Mike Szumski
M/M George T. Taite
M/M Joseph Tintle
M/M Ronald Valonis
Mrs. Lisa Vesey-Cirincione
Ms. Anne Caldas &
Mr. Mark K. Wyville
M/M Leo J. Zatta
Class of 2012
M/M Conrad Adillon
Ms. Kathleen Aloia
M/M Robert Baird
M/M John Benge
Ms. Ayxa Calero Breckheimer &
Mr. Martin Breckheimer
Ms. Maureen M. Lyons-Brennan &
Mr. John P. Brennan
M/M Thomas A. Brodowski
M/M Dan H. Butko
M/M Vincent Candela
M/M Joseph Cannarozzo
M/M Timothy Carney
M/M John A. Cavanagh, Jr.
M/M Gary Ciesla
M/M Dean Colucci
M/M Patrick Coyle, Jr.
M/M Alfredo Del Castillo
M/M Salvatore DiBrita
Ms. Marie DiFrancesco
M/M Thomas Flanigan
Ms. Lauren McDonough Freeman &
Mr. Brian Freeman
M/M Eddie Gabot
M/M Daniel Geltrude
M/M Michael Giacone
Ms. Trina Glass
Ms. Dina Brachman &
Mr. Neil Goldstein
Ms. Lucia Gonzalez
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Ms. Cynthia Guarini
M/M Bernard Hanson
M/M Robert Hartnett
M/M Jay Imus
M/M Jerry Jarczewski
Ms. Judith A. Joll
Ms. Kathleen Jorgensen
M/M Kevin Kearney
M/M Kevin M. Larkin
M/M Charles M. Lizza
M/M Declan Long
M/M William Malloy
M/M Thomas McGee
Ms. Siobhan Stevens-Miles &
Mr. Joseph Miles
M/M Robert Miskura
M/M Michael Norton
M/M John O’Brien
Mr. Carlos G. Ortiz
M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III
M/M Peter G. Rasmusson
M/M Stanley Rogacki
Ms. Diane Hoey &
Mr. Craig Rothenberg
M/M Peter Rozano
Ms. MaryJo Trusso-Sabbers &
Mr. William Sabbers
M/M William Scott
M/M Victor Sedlacko
M/M Manish Shah
M/M Walter Simson, III
CURRENT PARENTS | DOLAN SOCIETY
M/M Robert Slaski
M/M Richard Stortz
M/M Owen Sutton, Sr.
M/M Alexander Thomson
Ms. Mary Ryan-Thornton &
Mr. Eugene Thornton
M/M Yusuf Turfan
M/M Harold Turner
M/M Steven Ulrich
Ms. Paula Wiseman &
Mr. Anthony Venditti
M/M Ken D. Walter
Ms. Anita Lau &
Mr. Thomas Yu
Class of 2013
Dr. Thomas Aiello
Ms. Anne Lepis & Mr. John Arena
M/M Constancio Bernardo
M/M Carl Biscaldi
M/M Pablo Bonelli
M/M Richard Budka
M/M Peter Byram
M/M John Callinan
M/M Phillip Capone
M/M Nicholas Cipriano
M/M Peter Collier
M/M Thomas G. Connelly
M/M Douglas Cosgrove
M/M Gavin Cummings
M/M Patrick Cunningham
M/M Osmundo De Leon
M/M Thomas Dombrowski
M/M Joseph Dominguez
M/M Timothy Drost
Dr. & Mrs. Kevin Egan
M/M Farukh Farooqi
M/M Thomas B. Finn, Jr.
M/M Owen Flannery
M/M Thomas Foley
M/M James Forsythe, Jr.
M/M Michael J. Giambalvo
M/M Christopher Glancy
M/M Brian Harkins
M/M Mark Hartzell
Ms. Fatima Qumber &
Mr. Qumber Hassan
M/M Peter Iannelli
M/M Jeffrey Kellner
M/M Gregory R. Lallo
M/M William Lavelle
M/M Michael Mauer
M/M Laurence McCarthy
M/M William E. McCusker
M/M Ronald McGann
M/M Mark McNally
M/M Richard Messina
M/M Charles Meuse
M/M Raymond Mikovits
M/M Zigmont Molesky
M/M Robert Mullen
M/M Richard Murphy, Jr.
M/M Joseph Nicoletti
M/M Rafael Oro
Mr. Anthony Pacillo
M/M Thomas Palasits
M/M Thomas Pimpinelli
M/M Kevin T. Purcell
M/M Richard F. X. Regan
Ms. Chiqui Gavilan &
Ms. Marisa Chaves
M/M Philip Reynolds
Ms. Shavonda Robinson
Ms. Norma Almanza-Rojas &
Mr. Eurice Rojas
Dr. & Mrs. Vincent Santa Maria
M/M Anthony Schiavo
M/M Thomas Sheridan
Ms. Silena Shuta
M/M Matthew Siracuse
M/M David Sirianni
M/M Mark Smith
Ms. Judith Q. Bielan &
Mr. Paul Somers
M/M Patrick G. Toner
Mrs. Anne Vardy-Newman
M/M Surachit Vongtanaanek
M/M Louis R. Vuoncino
M/M Randolph A. Walther
Ms. Ivanova Araujo &
Mr. Thomas Whelan
M/M Eric Zebrowski
The Dolan Society
This society is named for Charles F.X. Dolan, S.J., ’32, a Prep Legend and a long time fixture in the Prep community.
It honors the wives of deceased alumni who, through their generosity, have continued to make Saint Peter’s Prep
an important part of their lives.
Mrs. Claire Baker (Ernest, ‘38)
Mrs. Marsha Borkowski (Frank, ‘58)
Mrs. Anne Brower (William, ‘47)
Mrs. Patricia Butler (James, ‘50)
Mrs. Helen Cascio (Joseph, ‘71)
Mrs. Rose Caulfield (Edmund, ‘37)
Mrs. Angela Cazzola (August, ‘52)
Mrs. Carolyn Cleary (Thomas, ‘35)
Mrs. Catherine Colford (Joseph, ‘38)
Mrs. Dorothy Connell (Edward, ‘35)
Mrs. Jacqueline Connors (Richard, ‘47)
Mrs. Florence Craffey (James, ‘47)
Mrs. Pamela Crowe (John, ‘62)
Mrs. Maureen Devine (John, ‘46)
Mrs. Mary Finn (John, ‘52)
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Mrs. Marian Flaherty (Francis, ‘47)
Mrs. Mary Gibney (John, ‘52)
Mrs. Janet Holsey (Alan, ‘42)
Mrs. Gwendolen Hurley (Bernard, ‘54)
Ms. Patricia Johnson (James, ‘56)
Ms. Dorothy Keegan (Joseph, ‘40)
Mrs. Mary Kinahan (Francis, ‘33) †
Mrs. Elaine Knightly (Edward, ‘47)
Mrs. Janice Lombardi (Robert, ‘57)
Mrs. Gertrude Mahon (Justin, ‘27)
Mrs. Donna Malloy (Thomas, ‘71)
Mrs. Beverly Maresca (William, ‘50)
Mrs. Margaret McGovern (William, ‘41)
Mrs. Eleanor Mooney (Edmund, ‘43)
Mrs. Virginia Moriarty (Edmond, ‘46)
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Mrs. Virginia Myer (George, ‘53)
Mrs. Sandra O’Connor Carey (Keith, ‘90)
Mrs. Janet Pochis (Ronald, ‘65)
Mrs. Elvira Rettino (Louis, ‘59)
Mrs. Joan Ruvane (Joseph, ‘42)
Mrs. Mary Ryan (Christopher, ‘44)
Mrs. Dorothy Sachs (Brice, ‘46)
Ms. Kathleen Sasso (Thomas, ‘70)
Mrs. Ann Strohoefer (Harold, ‘36)
Mrs. Mary Sullivan (Joseph, ‘40)
Mrs. Janina Szpotko-Greene (Joseph, ‘53)
Mrs. Edythe Zegarski (Charles, ‘51)
† Deceased
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
PAST PARENTS
Past Parents
Parents who had a son at
Prep during the 2009-10
academic year are listed in
the Honor Roll listing and in
the Current Parents’ section.
If the father is an alumnus,
the gift is listed in the Honor
Roll listing and in his alumni
class listing.
M/M John J. Adams, P’91, ‘03
M/M Barry W. Adams,
P’91, ‘93, ‘94
Mrs. Elizabeth Agresta, P’62, ‘70
M/M Michael J. Albanese, Sr., P’85
M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ‘73
M/M Gaetano Alessi, P’01
Mr. Jose Alvarez, P’08
Mrs. Miriam Amatrucola, P’94
M/M John A. Angermeyer, P’97
Dr. Norma Talbo &
Dr. Arnaldo Apolito, P’01
Ms. Melissa R. Aranzamendez, P’05
M/M Stephen Auth, P’06, ‘09
M/M Ralph Avallone, P’06, ‘09
M/M Walter A. Baber,
P’97, ‘99, ‘02
Mrs. Claire A. Baker, P’67, ‘71
M/M John R. Baker, P ‘99
M/M Thomas P. Banach, P’08
M/M Frank J. Barletta, P’92
M/M James Bartosiewicz, P’06
M/M Lewis C. Battista, P’02
Ms. Ellen Simko &
Dr. Michael Bednarski, P’06
Mr. Frank Bello, P’81
M/M Gerry Bellotti, P’88
M/M Carmine Beni, P’06, ‘08
M/M Jerry Bennett, P’06
M/M Robert E. Bennett, P’83
M/M James Bernaiche, P’05
M/M. Joseph J. Bernero, P’00
Mr. Charles Bilicska, P’95
M/M David A. Birch, P’97
M/M Robert P. Blauvelt, P’01
M/M Joseph P. Blauvelt, P’09
M/M Robert W. Bludgus, P’01, ‘04
M/M David J. Blythin, P’95
M/M Richard Boggiano, P’96, ‘98
M/M James J. Boland, P’93
M/M Zenon Boryszewski, P’01, ‘02
M/M Donald E. Bostonian, P’96
M/M Jeffrey A. Bouquio, P’98
M/M Steven Boyd, P’96, ‘01
M/M Patrick E. Boyle, P’92, ‘00
M/M Mel Boysen, P’05, ‘07
Ms. Ruth Anne Braddock, P’06
Mr. William Branagan, P’75, ‘77
Mrs. Mary Ann Brand, P’88
M/M Mark John Brenneis, P’08
M\M Frank Briamonte, Jr.,
P’86, ‘91, ‘99
Mrs. Maria Brito, P’01
Mrs. Karen Brodbeck, P’89
Ms. Patricia Mongini &
Mr. Michael Brunda, P’04
M/M Andrew J. Brusgard, Jr.,
P’98, ‘05
M/M James Bujnowski, P’09
M/M Ronald Burgers, P’92
M/M Thomas J. Burns, P’00, ‘05
M/M Aguinaldo B. Cabe, P’01
M/M Joseph Calabrese, P’95
M/M Rodolfo Camacho, P’93, ‘96
Mrs. Catherine F. Campen, P’88
M/M David M. Canale, P’05, ‘09
Ms. Diana Capetola, P’02, ‘05
M/M Nicholas Capodice, P’07
Mrs. Maureen E. Caprio, P’99, ‘01
M/M John J. Carey, P’99
M/M Steven A. Carlsson, P’04
Ms. Tracey Thayer &
Mr. Jeffrey Cartwright, P’01, ‘04
M/M Robert P. Casani, P’98, ‘02
Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ‘97
M/M Ralph Cassibba, P’99
M/M Dominic Casulli, P’87, ‘89
Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71
Dr. & Mrs. Kim K. Chan, P’04
M/M Andrew G. Chiappara, P’84
M/M Agostino Chiaravalloti,
P’90, ‘93
M/M Stephen J. Chopek, P’92
Mrs. Jennie N. Ciuppa, P’71
M/M Joseph Clarke, Sr., P’85
Mrs. Carolyn Cleary, P’61, ‘73
M/M James G. Coe, P’04
M/M Robert Cole, P’07
Mrs. Catherine L. Colford,
P’68, ‘71, ‘73, ‘74, ‘81
M/M Frank Colucci, P’08
M/M Frank Colucci, P’03
M/M Biagio Congiu, P’04
Ms. Mary Jo Conley, P’09
M/M John F. Connallon, P’00
Mrs. Dorothy L. Connell, P’71
Mrs. Jacqueline H. Connors, P’81
M/M Patrick J. Costello, P’03, ‘05
M/M Mark M. Cronin, P’00
Mrs. Pamela M. Crowe, P’91, ‘94
Ms. Carol R. Cruden, P’82
M/M Michael P. Cunningham,
P’99, ‘01
M/M Loreto Curmi, P’07
Mrs. Elizabeth Curtin, P’95
Mr. John J. Cutola, P’87, ‘01
M/M Thomas D’Alessio, P’06
M/M Edemar Dal’Maso, P’09
M/M Kenneth Dalton, P’06
M/M Vincent J. Damato, P’95
M/M Jesus R. de Armas, P’91, ‘95
M/M William S. Deakyne, Sr., P’87
M/M Henri A. DeFrance, Sr., P’06
M/M Cornelius F. Degnan,
P’89, ‘95
Mrs. Margaret DeMarco,
P’77, ‘79, ‘82, ‘85
Mrs. Helene Dickinson, P’78
M/M Timothy J. Diffley, P’02
M/M Richard Dilley,
P’87, ‘91, ‘95, ‘04
M/M John DiMeo, P’91
M/M Robert Dimler, P’88
M/M Paul DiNardo, P’88
M/M David Docherty, P’05
M/M Victor Donofrio, P’81
M/M Thomas P. Dougherty, P’84
The Hon. & Mrs. James H.
Dowden, P’78
M/M William J. Doyle, Jr., P’07
Ms. Maurica J. Doyle, P’97
M/M Daniel Drozdowski, P’96
Mrs. Joyce A. Dubon, P’86
M/M Barry Dugan, P’82, ‘84
M/M Charles Dullea, P’07
Mrs. Ruth E. Duncan,
P’72, ‘75, ‘78
M/M Thomas M. Eagan, P’04, ‘07
M/M Gilberto Estupinan, P’07
M/M Dominick Facchini, P’98, ‘01
M/M Angelo Facciponti, P’95
M/M George F. Faherty, P’72
M/M Frank E. Fallon, P’02, ‘05
Mr. Anthony Fardellone, P’86
M/M Antonio D. Favetta, P’86, ‘94
M/M Thomas J. Favia, Sr., P’77, ‘78
Mrs. Marie B. Feeney,
P’74, ‘76, ‘78, ‘80
Mrs. Arlene R. Fesken, P’98
M/M Carl M. Figur, P’95
M/M Joseph Figurelli, P’83, ‘86
Mrs. Mary C. Finn,
P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94
M/M Anthony R. Fischetti, P’02
M/M Thomas Fisher, P’97
M/M James G. V. Fitzgerald, P’72
M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07
Mrs. Doris S. Fleming, P’92
M/M Victor V. Fonseca, P’99
Mrs. Catherine D. Forrester,
P’76, ‘83
Mr. G. Eric Fraser, P’94
Mrs. Antoinette N. Frees, P’74
Ms. Marilyn M. French, P’80
M/M H. Joseph Galella, P’08
M/M Freddy G. Garcia,
P’05, ‘08, ‘09
M/M Joseph L. Garofalo, P’99
Mrs. Ledis Gazic, P’94, ‘99
M/M Joseph Gelchion, P’05, ‘06
M/M Robert Gers, P’91
M/M Ronald Giamario, P’07
M/M Thomas Giblin, P’89, ‘92, ‘93
Mrs. Mary E. Gibney, P’81
Mrs. Theresa Gifford, P’84, ‘87
M/M Michael Giordano, P’83
M/M Fulvio Giudici, P’74, ‘77
M/M Robert Glasser, P’92, ‘00
M/M Lawrence J. Gleason,
P’94, ‘00
M/M Gregory Gnall, P’04
M/M Barry Gnecco, P’88
Dr. & Mrs. H. Erwin Goldrich, P’88
Dr. & Mrs. Carlos J. Gomez,
P’84, ‘87, ‘91
M/M Reynaldo S. Gonzales, P’02
Mrs. Laura Greeley, P’90, ‘01
M/M Robert Gregory, P’09
M/M Robert J. Grusenski, P’03
M/M Joseph R. Guarino,
P’86, ‘89, ‘92
Ms. Maria Gutch, P’09
M/M Armando Gutierrez, P’91
M/M John Halecky, P’85
Mr. John J. Hallanan, P’99
M/M Edward Hanley, P’03
M/M Andrew W. Hanlon, P’02
M/M Joseph Hannon, P’05
M/M Allan Harrison, P’85
M/M Martin Hart, P’86, ‘95
Mr. Lloyd V. Hart, P’91
M/M Michael Harvey, P’89
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Mrs. Rose Hawrylak, P’82
M/M Peter J. Healy, P’97, ‘99, ‘01
M/M John Hederman, P’09
M/M William C. Hoffman, P’90
M/M Garrett P. Hoffman, P’99, ‘02
M/M Thomas J. Holt, P’99, ‘00
Mrs. Annette Horan, P’68, ‘70
M/M Stephen Hudacko, P’97
M/M Genesio Iacocca, P’92
Mrs. Madeline Iazzetta, P’77
M/M Joseph Iberti, P’07
M/M Frank W. Ilaria, P’98, ‘99
M/M Jose Manuel Jimenez, P’08
Mrs. Madeline Jiran, P’03
M/M Richard Jones, P’06
M/M Peter E. Kachel, P’89, ‘94
Mrs. Kathleen Kane, P’84
M/M Harold J. Kawalek, P’89
M\M James M. Keating, P’05
M/M Edward M. Keating,
P’75, ‘78, ‘79
M/M Robert Keller, Jr., P’07
M/M Joseph T. Kelly, P’92, ‘04
M/M George R. Kelly, P’99
M/M John F. Kelly, Sr., P’04
M/M James Kemple, P’05
Ms. Amelia J. Janisz &
Dr. John R. Kender, P’96, ‘02, ‘09
M/M Bernard F. Kenny, Jr.,
P’01, ‘05
Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 †
M/M William F. Kiniery, P’99, ‘02
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02
Mr. William A. Knapp, Jr., P’00
Ms. Pamela Koleszar, P’99
Ms. Maria M. Kovacs, P’03
M/M Dennis Kramer, P’95
M/M Carl J. Kraus, P’05
M/M Walter L. Kudlacik, P’96
M/M Peter Kusen, P’06
Mrs. Melinda A. Lally-Jimenez,
P’80, ‘81 †
Mrs. Eleanor R. Langevin, P’80
M/M Donald G. Lapine, P’88
M/M William J. Lau, P’89
M/M John Leitgeb, P’91
M/M August T. Lembo, P’04
Mrs. Helga Liccardo, P’77, ‘80
Ms. Zhang Lin, P’09
M/M Dennis M. Loesch, P’04
M/M Cal LoPorto, P’96, ‘98
Mrs. Geraldine B. Lyons, P’89
M/M Kenneth W. Maddox, P’94, ‘96
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M/M Timothy Maher, ‘04
M/M Michael Maiorino, P’05
Mrs. Donna M. Malloy, P’01, ‘04
M/M Eugene Manlongat, P’92, ‘96
M/M Thomas Mara, P’98
Mr. Walter M. Martin, P’90
Mrs. Barbara C. Martin-Hart, P’91
Mrs. Kathryn B. McAuliffe,
P’89, ‘92, ‘99
M/M William McBride, P’05
Mrs. Rita McCabe, P’92
M/M John D. McCann, P’03, ‘08
Ms. Charlotte McLain Wallace, P’06
M/M Kevin McDermott, P’06, ‘08
M/M Gerald McDermott, P’96
M/M Sean McFarland, P’07, ‘09
Mrs. Patricia L. McGeehan,
P’80, ‘82
The Hon. & Mrs. Dennis L.
McGill, Sr., P’76, ‘83
M/M Mark McGlynn, P’08
M/M Brian McGorty, P’01
Mrs. Margaret McGovern,
P’70, ‘72, ‘75, ‘78, ‘83, ‘84
M/M John P. McPartlan, P’98
Mr. John F. McQuillan, P’02
M/M Edward McTiernan, P’06, ‘09
M/M Henry J. Mellody, P’94
M/M Sergio Mezzina, P’99, ‘02
M/M Timothy A. Miller, P’01
M/M Roy L. Miller, P’97
Dr. & Mrs. Neville Mirza, P’08
M/M Joseph P. Monteleone,
P’98, ‘02
M/M Timothy X. Mooney, P’05
M/M John T. Moran, P’99
Dr. & Mrs. Gabriel M. Mulcahy,
P’79, ‘81, ‘82, ‘84, ‘85, ‘87
M/M Robert J. Mulholland, P’86
M/M Gregory E. Mulroy,
P’00, ‘02, ‘06
M/M Galicano C. Munar, P’98
Ms. Donna M. Munoz, P’91, ‘97
M/M Patrick J. Murphy, P’08
Mrs. Lucia. Murphy, P’91
M/M Gerard Murphy, P’07
M/M Thomas R. Murtha, P’76, ‘83
M/M Patrick E. Musto, P’95, ‘99
Mrs. Virginia Myer,P’89, ‘94
M/M Robert E. Nadler, P’93, ‘97
Ms. Joanne L. Suarez, P’00
M/M Robert Nagy, P’95
M/M Anthony M. Napierski, P’81
FALL 2010  www.spprep.org  PREP Magazine Dr. & Mrs. John D. Napoli, P’01
M/M Robert Nichols, P’04
M/M Richard Nisbet, P’86, ‘87
M/M Anthony Novello, P’93
M/M John J. O’Brien, P’08
M/M Brian O’Connor, P’09
Mrs. Annette Opsasnick, P’07
Ms. Anne O’Sullivan, P’92
M/M Wilson Pacheco, P’05
M/M Michael J. Palazzoto, P’06
M/M Thomas Palumbo, P’92
M/M Ralph F. Pantozzi, P’88
M/M Manuel R. Pata, P’05
M/M Joseph J. Pavlica, P’02
M/M Joseph Pecora, P’02, ‘03
Ms. Raffaella Peluso, P’88
M/M Joseph A. Perez, Sr., P’99
M/M Robert H. Petersen, P’94, ‘96
Mrs. Carmella Petrillo, P’85, ‘93
M/M Mark J. Petrochko, P’05
M/M John Pflug, Jr., P’06
Mr. Andrew Popovchak, P’79
M/M Matthew Power, P’08
M/M Robert Prendergast, P’91
M/M Robert Recobs, P’07
M/M Jay N. Reed, P’03
M/M John J. Reilly, Jr., P’85, ‘87
Mr. Ruben Restrepo, P’09
M\M Peter Ripkey, P’01
M/M John Rodger, P’02, ‘04, ‘08
Ms. Judith Rodgers, P’09
M/M Frank Rodino, P’05, ‘07
Ms. Teresita Valcarcel &
Mr. Jose Rodriguez, P’07
M/M Ruben Rodriguez, P’87
M/M Thomas Rogers, P’08
M/M Gary Rokoszak, Sr., P’08
M/M Terrence J. Rose, P’03, ‘08
M/M Gerard M. Ruane, P’03
M/M Vincent A. Russo, P’97
Ms. Joy L. Morrell &
Mr. Robert J. Ryan, P’03, ‘04
M/M Maurice W. Ryan, P’01
Mrs. Carol Saam, P’93
Mrs. Marina V. Sagisi, P’78
M/M Robert J. Salmon, P’91
Mr. Manuel Sambade, P’75, ‘78
M/M Michael P. Samra, Sr., P’85
M/M Anthony San Philip, P’97
Dr. Emiliana P. Sandoval, P’91, ‘94
M/M Michael Santucci,
P’99, ‘01, ‘03
M/M Robert Sarch, P’03
M/M John A. Sari, P’00
Mrs. Marta Sawczuk, P’86
M/M John P. Scanlon, P’93
M/M Martin W. Schade, P’00, ‘04
Mrs. Margaret W. Schaetzle,
P’71, ‘75
Mrs. Lillian E. Schmidt, P’81
Ms. Ingrid Schultze-Lagos &
Mr. Walter Lagos, P’09
Mr. R. Jeffrey Schundler, P’99
Mrs. Irene Seremba, P’80
M/M Pasquale Settembrino, P’01
M/M Robert J. Shalhoub,
P’01, ‘03, ‘05, ‘08
M/M James A. Sharrock, P’98
M/M James T. Sherry, P’05
M/M Giacomo V. Silvestri, P’98
M/M Daniel Simone, Jr., P’99
M/M Robert J. Simone, P’03
Ms. Elisabeth Siryj, P’85
M/M Raymond J. Skinner, P’91, ‘95
M/M John J. Skripak, P’93, ‘98
M/M Michael Slootsky, P’94
M/M Lawrence Smith, P’01, ‘05
M/M Michael Sobsey, P’09
Mrs. Eileen N. Stevens, P’70
M/M Robert Strack, P’08
Mrs. Ann Strohoefer, P’69
M/M James Styles, P’05, ‘09
Mrs. Dorothy M. Sullivan
M/M William J. Sweeney,
P’04, ‘06, ‘09
M/M Daniel Sweeney, P’01
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M/M Alphonso Tindall, P’04
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M/M Jeremy Treble, P’06
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M/M Louis S. Usarzewicz, Jr., P’87
M/M Sergio S. Valente, P’88, ‘92
M/M Vincent Valentino, Jr., P’01
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M/M Adolfo R. Vargas, P’93
M/M Alfonso Veltri, P’95, ‘99
M/M Rene F. Vezina, P’99
M/M Frank Viggiano,
P’79, ‘80, ‘85, ‘89, ‘93
M/M Anthony Villanella, P’79
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PAST PARENTS | friends
M/M Robert A. Wallace, P’98
M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08
M/M Richard Allen White, P’08
M/M William M. Whitford, P’04, ‘07
Mr. Gregory R. Wieczorek, P’00
M/M Michael Wile, P’08
Ms. Margaret Williams-Bendtsen,
P’83
M/M Thomas Wilton, P’93
Ms. Xandra Lau &
Mr. Wing Wong, P’09
M/M John Wood, P’84, ‘86, ‘89
M/M Joseph Wroblewski, P’96
M/M Joseph Wurtzbacher, P’07
M/M Aurelio Yllanes, P’09
M/M Alex Yu, P’09
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giving during the fund
year, regardless of the
fund(s) to which the gifts
were directed. Report
listings reflect those gifts
received between July 1,
2009 and June 30, 2010.
Honorary and
Memorial Gifts
The following donors made
gifts in honor of, or in
memory of, a Prep alumnus,
parent or friend. Gifts made
in direct support of a
“Named Scholarship” - in
honor of, or in memory of,
the individual for whom the
scholarship is named - are
listed on pages 41-43.
Honorary Gifts
In honor of the 1952 Hall of Fame
Basketball Team
Dr. & Mrs. John F. Erath, ‘52
In honor of Anthony Azzarto, S.J.
M/M Peter J. Capizzi, ‘87
M/M John T. Chester, ‘74, P’03, ’05
Mr. and Dr. Nicholas A.
Chiaravalloti, ‘90
The Hon. & Mrs. Daniel A.
D’Alessandro, ‘67
M/M Brad T. Kloza, ‘91
M/M Joseph F. Mendez, Jr., ‘90
Mr. Michael T. Murphy, ‘04
M/M Michael J. Palazzoto, P’06
M/M Christopher A. Piparo, ‘82
Mrs. Carol Saam, P’93
In honor of Stephen P. Beiter, ‘55
Mr. Eric Beiter
In honor of Gregory Boyle, S.J.
Mr. James J. Fallon, ‘47
In honor of Owen Boyle
Mr. Owen Boyle
M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68
In honor of John Campion
Ms. Kathleen Fitzgerald &
Mr. Michael F. Cocca, ‘56, P’92
In honor of John H. Cassedy, ‘48
Anonymous
In honor of John V. Caulfield, ‘71
M/M William J. Ahearn, ‘75, P’01
Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph
M. Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ’76
M/M Richard C. Gallagher
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ’12
Ms. Maureen Mitchell &
Mr. Mark Nikiper
M/M Thomas M. Olson
M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78
Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J.
In honor of Vincent R. Collado, ‘96
Ms. Diane M. Bove, P’96
In honor of Kenneth Dandorph, P’86
Mr. Michael T. Lampariello, ‘05
Mr. Vivek Singh, ‘98
In honor of Shane D’Aprile, ‘02
Mr. Michael D’Aprile
In honor of James C. DeAngelo, ‘85
Mr. Richard Bengloff
Mr. John Jobbagy
In honor of Carl DeLorenzo, ‘67
The Most Rev. Thomas Donato
M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70
Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ’12
Mr. Patrick O’Connell, ‘94
M/M Michael Scotto
In honor of Margaret DeMarco
M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79
In honor of the baptism of Clare
Carmela Facchini
M/M Joseph D. Facchini, ‘98
In honor of Douglas J. Facciponti, ‘95
M/M Angelo Facciponti, P’95
In honor of the wedding anniversary
of Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Feury, ‘45
Mr. Peter T. Feury, ‘45
In honor of Grace and Andrew Filak
M/M Ronald A. Filak, ‘84
In honor of Albert G. Fleckenstein, ‘39
M/M Drew Bauman
In honor of Najee B. Glass, ‘12
Ms. Agnes Bullwinkel
In honor of Agnes and
Gerard Hogan, P’83
M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83
In honor of James C. Horan, ‘70
Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph
M. Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ’76
M/M Gerard Flood
M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70
Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68
Mr. Gary Horan
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11, ’12
M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78
Mr. Steven Ryan
Mr. Walter H. Schneider, ‘88
M/M Alex Yu, P’09
In honor of James Keenan, S.J.
M/M Louis Capezza
M/M Anthony Cucolo
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memorial gifts
Mr. Anthony Facciponte, ‘05
M/M John A. Sari, P’00
In honor of the Society of Jesus
Mr. Joseph Shane Smith, ‘97
In memory of Catherine &
Francis X. Beirne, ‘32
In honor of Walter B. Koszyk, ‘60
In honor of Dermot Sullivan, ‘12
Ms. Mary C. O’Brien
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02
Mrs. Nancy Pine
In memory of Tina F. Bello
In honor of Kenneth Kunzman, ‘54
Memorial Gifts
M/M Michael Palko
Ms. Patricia Sullivan
In honor of Thomas J. Leane, ‘65
Mrs. Janice Cooney & Mr. Joseph
M. Cooney, ‘45, P’68, ’76
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74,
P’11, ’12
In honor of Donald R. Lee, Jr.
M/M Donald R. Lee, ‘54
In honor of Anthony R. Mendolla, ‘62
Mr. Frank M. Esposito, ‘63
In honor of Rosie and Dan Park’s
Birthdays
In memory of Mildred Ahearn, P’75
Ms. Ruth Caputo
M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71,
P’00, ‘03
Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71
Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46
Ms. Jean Kelly
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02
M/M Daniel K. Reinstein
M/M Henry Robertiello
M/M Joseph Shigo
M/M Frank E. Smurlo, Jr.
In memory of Donald Ahern, ‘52
M/M Thomas A. Brodowski, P’10, ’12
M/M Leo F. Ahern, ‘49
In honor of David Park, ‘10
In memory of James Alexander
M/M Mark Armstrong, P’10
Mr. Shawn Feeney
Ms. Rosalie A. Migas &
Mr. Raymond J. Fonck
Ms. Marian Joyce &
Mr. Robert J. Gillis
M/M Harry Jessell
M/M Steven Mazzari, P’10
M/M Stephen P. McAuley
Mr. Bruce G. Park
M/M Frank Plantemoli
Ms. Marianna Schroder
M/M Terrence J. Rose, P’03, ’08
In honor of Antoinette &
William Penaskovic
Mr. David Penaskovic, ‘88
In honor of William P. Pickett, ‘49
Mr. Edward Pickett, ‘00
In honor of Thomas L. Purcell, ‘53
In memory of Donald F. Alfano, ‘42
M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07
In memory of Joseph Amatrucola, P’04
Mrs. Miriam Amatrucola, P’94
In memory of Peter K.Arabia, S.J.
Ms. Tara McCann &
Mr. Brian Spadora, ‘94
In memory of Raymond F. Balduf, S.J.
Ms. Roe Capodice Macaluso
Ms. Nora Gelperin &
Mr. Joe Giglio, ‘87
Ms. Bernadette M. Powis &
Mr. William M. Mancini
Mr. John P. Mannion, ‘93
Mr. David P. Suarez, ‘00
Mr. Joseph F. Purcell, ‘43
In memory of Walter &
Pearl Barkovitz, P’69
In honor of Robert E. Reiser, S.J.
M/M Robert W. Barkovitz, ‘69
M/M Michael R. Grosodonia
M/M Javier A. Rodriguez
In memory of James J. Barrett, ‘28
In honor of Joseph Riordan, S.J.
M/M John R. Riordan, ‘59
In honor of Philip F. Rodino, ‘05
M/M Frank Rodino, P’05, ’07
In honor of Leonard T. Safford, ‘67
Dr. Katherine Safford-Ramus
In honor of Brian J. Sharrock, ‘98
M/M James A. Sharrock, P’98
Mr. James Barrett, ‘58
In memory of Mary K. &
Richard S. Barry, P‘56
M/M Stephen T. Barry, ‘56
In memory of George Bate
The Hon. & Mrs. William J.
Bate, ‘51, P’84
In memory of Raymond Bate, ‘56
In honor of Owen J. Sirianni, ‘13
The Hon. & Mrs. William J.
Bate, ‘51, P’84
M/M David Sirianni, P’13
In memory of Frank A. Begans, P’84
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In memory of Mark Bennett, ‘74
M/M George F. Faherty, P’72
In memory of Frank P. Bonavota, P’90
M/M Laurence Harden, P’11
Mr. Henry Madretzke
Ms. Margaret Phelan
Mrs. Catherine A. Posselt
The Ramspeck Family
M/M Michael T. Walsh
Ms. Anne Caldas &
Mr. Mark K. Wyville, ‘76, P’11
Mr. Peter F. Bonavota, ‘90
In memory of Eleanor A.
Callahan, P’70, ‘72
In memory of Mark Bonner, ‘74
Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72
Mr. Raymond Schultz, ‘73
In memory of Barbara Carluccio, P’85
In memory of Frank S. Borkowski, ‘58
Mr. Stephen Carluccio, ‘85
Mrs. Marsha Borkowski
In memory of Mary H. Carr
In memory of Robert J. Boyko, ‘72
M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61
The Lola Schug Charitable
Remainder Unitrust
In memory of Gertrude Carroll
In memory of Alice R. &
Roger W. Breslin, Sr., P’55
In memory of Joseph J.
Casazza, Sr., P’95, ‘97
M/M Roger W. Breslin, Jr., ‘55
Mr. Mark A. Carroll, ‘63
Mrs. Anne Brower
Mr. Christopher J. Casazza, ‘97
Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ’97
M/M Joseph J. Casazza, Jr., ‘95
In memory of Joseph T. Browne, S.J.
In memory of Joseph A. Cascio, ‘71
In memory of William D. Brower, ‘47
Dr. John P. Chibbaro, ‘59
In memory of John E. Browning, S.J., ‘46
M/M Thomas R. Murtha, P’76, ’83
In memory of Matthew T. Bryngil, P’87
Mr. David A. Bryngil, ‘87
In memory of David Buitron
Ms. Lisette Sanchez &
Mr. William L. Robalino, ‘89
In memory of James J. Burke, ‘67
M/M. Joseph J. Bernero, P’00
In memory of Patricia &
Edward Butler, P’64
Dr. & Mrs. John L. Butler, ‘64
In memory of James D. Butler, ‘50
Mrs. Patricia Butler
In memory of Vincent P. Butler, Sr., ‘10
Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45
In memory of Violet Byszynski
M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61
In memory of Sebastião Cabral
Ms. Angela C. DeSouza &
Mr. Kenji Kitamura, P’10
In memory of Theresa Caldas, P’76, ‘77
Anonymous
M/M Timothy S. Canary
Mr. Christopher J. Casazza, ‘97
Ms. Carolyn J. Crowe
Ms. Gabriella Davis
M/M James E. Fallon
M/M Anthony Altadonna
Mr. Edward Ambrose
M/M Thomas Ambrose
M/M John W. Baker, III
M/M Michael D. Bellows
M/M Jeffrey Bishop
Ms. Rose Bogdziul
M/M Kevin M. Byrnes
Mrs. Helen M. Cascio
M/M Dominick Chillemi
Dr. Joseph M. Cioffi, ‘71
M/M William J. Damask
M/M Robert F. Deaven
The Eccleston Family
M/M Chet Figurski
Mrs. Mary Kay Friend
Ms. Maureen Gorman
M/M Michael Gulban
M/M Edward R. Hawkens
The Marcom Family
M/M Brian F. McCauley
Ms. Rosario Mogavero & Family
M/M Edward F. Morton
Mr. John Pricken
M/M Bruce Ramsburg
Mrs. Barbara Robinson
Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71
Weber Associates, Inc.
M/M Brian L. Williams
In memory of Edmund J.
Caulfield, ‘37, P’71
Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
memorial gifts
In memory of Patrick J. Caulfield, ‘41
M/M David P. Caulfield, ‘77
In memory of August S. Cazzola, ‘52
Mrs. August S. Cazzola
In memory of Robert V. Chadwick, ‘47
M/M Thomas J. Flood, ‘48
In memory of Deceased Members of the
Class of 1952
M/M John C. Fink, Jr., ‘52
M/M Albert E. Mullin, Jr., ‘52
In memory of Thomas J. Cleary, Sr., ‘35
Mrs. Carolyn Cleary, P’61, ‘73
M/M Thomas J. Cleary, ‘61
In memory of Bill Cochrane
M/M William A. Tyrka, ‘54
In memory of Joseph E. Colford, Jr., ‘38
The Stuart S. Applebaum Giving Foundation
In memory of Catherine Collins
Dr. Francis J. Meola, ‘58
Ms. Kelly Parker Meredith
M/M Eduardo Ochoa
M/M Randolph F. Orlowski, ‘58
M/M William F. Parker
M/M Vincent E. Petto
Ms. Geraldine Price
Mrs. Patricia J. Ramella
M/M Fred Reinl
Ms. Nancy Rivera
M/M Michael S. Ruhnke
Mr. Edward P. Rumain, ‘58,
P’94, ’98
M/M William J. Turnier, ‘58
Ms. Barbara Wiereinski
Ms. Carol Wilson
In memory of Jane Dellmore
Mr. Josip Gazic, ‘94
In memory of Michael DeMarco, P’77, ‘79, ‘82, ‘85
M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79
In memory of John W. Devine, ‘46
Mrs. Maureen Devine
In memory of Charles F. X. Dolan, S.J., ‘32
M/M Joseph F. Basil, Sr.
Ms. Margaret Irwin
Mr. Marc Keane
The Estate of Mary Claire Sheridan
In memory of James F. Dolan, S.J., ‘38
In memory of James Craffey, ‘47
Mrs. Dorothy L. Connell, P’71
In memory of Robert G. Gregan, S.J., ‘52
In memory of John F. Connors, ‘58
Rev. Thomas G. Benz, S.J.
M/M Frederick J. Baran, ‘58
Ms. Brenda M. Becker
Mr. George Boisvert
M/M Andrew Bostock
M/M Jonathan E. Braid
Mr. David Brand
The Bruno Family
M/M Frank Brzenk, ‘58
Ms. Su H. Chung
Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Comizzoli, ‘58
Ms. Jean A. Connors
M/M John D. Conroy, ‘58
M/M Louis DiBarba
M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58
M/M Peter J. Donnelly, ‘58
M/M F. Gerard Drummond, ‘58,
P’94, ’97, ’99, ’08
M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58
M/M Robert Ferrara, P’11
M/M Richard J. Gaven, ‘58
M/M John H. Gavin, ‘58
M/M Richard G. Grip
Ms. Rosemary Hudecheck
M/M Booker Johnson
M/M James B. Kozmor, ‘58, P’89
M/M Ashok Mehta
Mr. Donald G. Melega, ‘58 †
In memory of Br. Maurice Cronin, F.S.C.
Mr. James J. Collins
M/M Thomas Esser
Dr. & Mrs. Fredrick J. Paternoster, ‘69, P’09
Mr. Paul A. Paternoster, ‘09
Mrs. Patricia Corcoran-Buonomo
In memory of Edward W.
Connell, ‘35, P’71
In memory of Pamela Collins
In memory of Patrice Decker
In memory of Vincent G. Corcoran, ‘37
The Gaudiano & Moleti Families
Ms. Kathleen Gianinio
Ms. Ann A. Hibbarrd
M/M John F. McNamara
Mrs. Mary S. Reitter
M/M Louis M. Timpanaro
TopDown Consulting, Inc.
M/M Keith Van Saders
Dr. & Mrs. James J. Brady, ‘54
Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72
M/M Edward Schoonmaker
M/M Charles D. Treanor
Ms. Margaret Irwin
In memory of Paul Doran, ‘32
M/M John P. Doran, ‘55
In memory of Joseph A. Dorgan, S.J., ‘43
Mr. Joseph G. Dorgan
In memory of William J. Dorgan, ‘46
Mr. Joseph G. Dorgan
In memory of Richard Drozd, ‘67
Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95, ’97
M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07
In memory of Loreto & Rizalina Dumadag, P’80, ’82
M/M Stephen K. Trynosky, Sr., P’94
Mr. Roger Dumadag, ‘80
In memory of Cecelia Crosson
In memory of Mary & Joseph Duncan
Mr. Matthew J. Crosson, ‘75
Sr. Frances M. Duncan, O.S.F.
In memory of James G. Cunningham, ‘31
In memory of Edward J. Egan, ‘60
Ms. Jane C. Vardy
In memory of William & Anna Cunningham, P’58
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas F. X. Cunningham, ‘58
In memory of John B. Davis, ‘48
M/M Edward A. Alberque, Jr., ‘59
In memory of William G. Davis, ‘53
M/M Carl J. Blackwell
M/M Charles A. Caruso
M/M Joseph R. Cote
M/M Richard Cummings
Ms. Clare Davis
Ms. Joanne Davis
M/M Walter A. Davis, ‘43
M/M Joseph J. D’Onofrio
M/M Joseph W. Farrell
M/M Kenneth T. Jensen
Ms. Lauren M. Jensen
M/M James McGovern, Jr.
The Pope John Endowment Fund
M/M D. N. Scheidt
Anonymous
In memory of Muriel C. Englisby
Mr. Edward J. Englisby, Jr., ‘48
In memory of Richard English, S.J.
M/M George F. Faherty, P’72
In memory of Jonathan Epps, ‘05
Mr. Marc J. Amadeo, ‘03
In memory of Eileen Fardellone, P’86
Mr. Anthony Fardellone, P’86
In memory of Edward Farrell, ‘57
M/M Richard S. Farrell, ‘61
In memory of Rev. William J. Farricker, S.J.
Dr. & Mrs. Michael J. Murphy, ‘51
In memory of James J. Ferretti
Mr. James C. Ferretti, ‘94
In memory of Daniel M. Finn, ‘99
Mr. Craig H. Addeo, ‘99
M/M John J. Finn, III, ‘81
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MEMORIAL GIFTS
M/M Michael S. Mara, ‘98
Mr. Daniel Petersen, ‘98
M/M Robert A. Wallace, P’98
In memory of Catherine Golden
In memory of Frank Holt
Ms. Bernadette M. Powis &
Mr. William M. Mancini
M/M Gary Holt, ‘74, P‘07
In memory of John J. Finn, Jr., ‘52,
P’81, ‘82, ‘85, ‘87, ‘94
In memory of Joseph M. Greene, ‘53
M/M James C. Horan, ‘70
Mrs. Janina Szpotko-Greene
In memory of William F. X. Howe, ‘29, P’61, ‘63
In memory of Josephine and Salvatore Grillo, P’67
Dr. Denis I. Howe, ‘61
Dr. Joseph Grillo, ‘67
In memory of Bernard T. Hurley, ‘54
In memory of Robert J. Grogan
Mrs. Gwendolen Hurley
Mrs. Gloria Grogan
In memory of Philip Hurley, S.J.
In memory of Katherine Gronda, P’59
Mr. Richard K. Hurley
The Grant School Teachers’ Fund
In memory of Joseph J. Jiran, Jr., P’03
In memory of Carol Guenther
Mr. Michael J. Jiran, ‘03
Mr. Ralph L. Guenther, ‘56
In memory of Mr. & Mrs. John L. Johnson, Sr., P’78
In memory of Joyce Gurian, P’97, ‘00
Mr. John L. Johnson, ‘78
Mrs. Olga M. Fanok
In memory of Vincent F. Johnson, ‘44
In memory of Diego Gutierrez, P’91, ’94
M/M John S. Sirotniak, ‘57
M/M John J. Finn, III, ‘81
In memory of Agnes M. Finneran-Flinn
M/M John D. Flinn, ‘49
M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07
In memory of Francis X. Flaherty, ‘47
M/M Thomas J. Flood, ‘48
In memory of Blanche and George Fleck
M/M John T. Boyle
In memory of Edward A. Fleckenstein, ‘37
M/M Drew Bauman
In memory of Dr. Carl P. and Irene Fuardo, P’73
M/M Carl P. Fuardo, ‘73
In memory of John and Claire Furka P’72
Mr. James S. Gutierrez, ‘94
Dr. Emiliana P. Sandoval, P’91, ’94
In memory of Gertrude & James D. Horan, P’70
In memory of Jeffrey Kachel, ‘89
In memory of Jerry Halligan
M/M Peter E. Kachel, P’89, ‘94
M/M Frank Raczynski
Dr. & Mrs. Bruce R. Sabatini, ‘72
In memory of Michael J. Kane, P’84
In memory of John T. Halligan
Mrs. Kathleen Kane, P’84
Mr. Philip M. Czochanski, ‘80
In memory of Edward T. Kealy, P’65
In memory of Valerie Alijan Hammer
D/D Edward R. Kealy, ‘65
Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68
In memory of Annie Keenan
In memory of James A. Hanley, ‘62
M/M Frank Andryauskas
M/M John M. McDonald
In memory of John J. Keenan, S.J.
In memory of Frank Hansen, ‘74
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ’94, ’02
Rev. Damian Hansen, ‘64
In memory of Patrick Keenan
In memory of Bernard M. Hartnett, Sr. ‘18, P’47
M/M Frank Andryauskas
M/M Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78
In memory of Joseph Kelleher, ‘32
In memory of Madeline &
Antonio Germinario, P’70
In memory of Ted Hawrylak, P’82
Mrs. Monica K. Effner
Mrs. Rose Hawrylak, P’82
M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70
In memory of Wasil Hawrylak
In memory of Catherine C. Kennedy
M/M John M. Furka, ‘72
In memory of Sabino Gadaleta
Mr. Kevin Cocca, ‘92
In memory of Fay Gasparis
Ms. Debra Heffernan
Mr. Ryan Heffernan
In memory of Krsto Gazic, P’94, ‘99
Mr. Josip Gazic, ‘94
Mrs. Ledis Gazic, P’94, ‘99
In memory of Mime Gazic
Mr. Josip Gazic, ‘94
In memory of John F. Gelson, ‘49
M/M Richard J. Gelson, ‘56
In memory of Daniel Gerry, ‘74
Dr. & Mrs. Paul J. Roses, ‘74
In memory of John A. Gibney, Sr., ‘52, P’81
Mrs. Mary E. Gibney, P’81
In memory of Thomas Gill, P’77, ‘89
Mr. John J. Meehan, ‘61
In memory of Joan Heaney
Mr. James P. Heaney, ‘43
In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Anthony G. Herenda, P’79
Mr. Greg Herenda, ‘79
Mr. Robert Gill, ‘89
M/M Thomas E. Gill, ‘77
In memory of Fr. Edward Hinds
In memory of Francis A. Giordano, ‘40, P’70
In memory of Arthur E. Hoag, P’57
M/M Drew Bauman
M/M Anthony F. Giordano, ‘70
Mr. Raymond A. Hoag, ‘57
In memory of Edmund P. Gloriande, ‘64
In memory of Dale F. Hochstein, ‘70
Mr. Robert J. Diesner, ‘64
M/M Frederick W. Stevens, Jr., ‘70
In memory of Mark T. Gnecco ‘88
In memory of Charles Hoffmann
M/M Barry Gnecco, P’88
Mr. Walter H. Schneider, ‘88
In memory of Alan F. Holsey, ‘42
M/M Charles J. Hoffmann, ‘37
Mrs. Alan F. Holsey, ‘42
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In memory of Raymond A. Kerwin, ‘39, P’83
Mr. James Kerwin, ‘83
In memory of Francis X. Kinahan, Sr., ‘33, P’62, ’68
Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 †
In memory of Francis X. Kinahan, Jr., ‘62
Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 †
In memory of Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68
M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07
In memory of Susan King
M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68
In memory of Henry Kolakowski
M/M Kenneth P. Zajac, P’10
In memory of Adele & Mike Kopki, P’63
Mr. Robert M. Kopki, ‘63
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
MEMORIAL GIFTS
In memory of Rev. Joseph W. Kukura, ‘59
In memory of Melinda Lally-Jimenez, P’80, ‘81
In memory of Salvatore Manderino
M/M Edward A. Alberque, Jr., ‘59
M/M Drew Bauman
Mr. Joseph G. Urciuoli, ‘58
Mr. Dennis M. Sheridan, ‘68
In memory of Eamonn Lee
In memory of Walter John Martin, ‘90
In memory of Derek Lagos
Mr. Eoin Treacy, ‘89
Mr. Walter M. Martin, P’90
In memory of Paul R. Lempa, ‘63
In memory of Susan Martinic
M/M Leo F. Campbell, ‘75
M/M Paul Cancro
M/M Stephen B. Caplan
M/M Edward R. Christensen
M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07
M/M Robert R. Geisler
M/M Robert E. Glynn
M/M Jason Gorski
M/M Joseph R. Guarino, P’86, ’89, ’92
M/M Edmund C. Heskin, Jr., ‘63
Mr. Edward W. Lempa
M/M Michael Lempa
Mrs. Sophie Lempa
Ms. Arlene J. Lukaszewski
M/M Ira Maltzman
M/M Jack H. Marin
NJASCD
Ms. Anne Orzepowski
Ms. Christine Orzepowski
M/M Robert Oscilowski
M/M Charles R. Parker, ‘61
M/M James J. Rath
M/M James M. Richard, ‘66
M/M Dennis F. Thompson
M/M J. Tray
Ms. Debby Werner
Ms. Harriet T. Werner
Ms. Ellen P. Zadroga
Mr. Ronald J. Zawacki, ‘66
Anonymous
Ms. Maria Agostino
Mr. Christopher Boehning
M/M Camillo Casano
M/M John Connelly
M/M Kevin Cutola
Ms. Reina Dawkins
M/M Alfred S. Doering
M/M Charles Forker, P’10
Mr. Jose A. Garcia-Gonzalez
Ms. Angelica Gonzalez
M/M Stephen Grillo
Ms. Jennifer Grizmala
Ms. Dawn A. Hatton
M/M Alexis Hernandez
M/M Raymond Holowienka, P’11
M/M Kevin J. Kessler
Ms. Summer Kocerha
Mr. Tyler Lee
Ms. Jennifer Lienhard
Ms. Donna Marrone
Ms. Ruth Martinez
M/M John Marx
Ms. Patricia A. Metoyer
Dr. & Mrs. Neville Mirza, P’08
M/M James T. Nolan
M/M James Ohaus
Ms. Teresa Pacheco-Restrepo
PDA McGeoujh Team
Mr. DaShawn J. Perry
Ms. Christine E. Rainey
Mr. Justin G. Restrepo, ‘09
Mr. Ruben Restrepo, P’09
Ms. Hilda Reynoso
Ms. Jean M. Rooney
Ms. Lynn Saligman
The Salvation Army
Ms. Julieta Schiffino
Ms. Ingrid Schultze-Lagos &
Mr. Walter Lagos, P’09
Secaucus Education Association, Inc.
M/M Pasquale Severino
M/M Steven Sheftall
Take It to the Max, Inc.
M/M Hiam Tobias
Ms. Elizabeth Toledo
Mr. Robert A. Valente, ‘92
Ms. Marjorie Velazquez
M/M Felix H. Wawra
M/M Aurelio Yllanes, P’09
In memory of Anthony Massarelli
Dr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Massarelli, Jr., ‘77
Mr. Joseph A. Massarelli, ‘80
In memory of William J. Matz, ‘72
M/M William Bracey, ‘72
In memory of Dr. Dominic A. Mauriello, P’71, ‘75, ‘79
M/M Thomas D. Mauriello, ‘79
In memory of Joseph Maxcey, S.J.
M/M Thomas S. Larson, ‘73
In memory of Kevin J. McAuliffe, P’89, ’92, ’99
Mrs. Kathryn B. McAuliffe, P’89, ’92, ’99
In memory of Donald McCarthy, ‘43
Mr. Campbell J. McCarthy, ‘41
In memory of J. Randall McCarthy, ‘57
Ms. Virginia McCarthy
In memory of James F. McGovern, ‘27
M/M John P. Doran, ‘55
In memory of Mary & John McGovern, P’75
Mr. Thomas McGovern, ‘75
In memory of William J. McGovern, ‘41
Mr. Harold T. McGovern, ‘46
Mrs. William J. McGovern,
P’70, ’72, ’75, ’78, ’83, ’84
In memory of Joseph E. McMahon, ‘46
In memory of Thomas Lenahan
Mrs. Irene McMahon
Mr. Eugene Lenahan, ‘73
In memory of Marie D. McQuillan, P’02
In memory of Robert A. Lombardi, ‘57
Mr. Thomas B. McQuillan, ‘02
Mrs. Janice Lombardi
M/M Ferdinand S. Pieroni, ‘57
In memory of Anna Meehan
In memory of Denis Loughman, ‘72
In memory of Donald G. Melega, ‘58
Mr. John J. Meehan, ‘61
Mr. Stephen C. Caruana, ‘72
In memory of Severo Lucero, Jr., P’97, ‘98, ‘01
Mr. John P. Lucero, ‘98
In memory of Robert C. Lynch, ‘40
Mr. Robert J. Lynch
In memory of Ann Madden, P’81
Mr. Gerald T. Madden, ‘81
In memory of Michele Magee
Mr. Robert N. Caruso, ‘56
In memory of Nora F. Maher
In memory of Bartholomew Lahiff, S.J., ‘42
Mr. Joseph G. Dunn, ‘66
Mr. William J. Dennehy, ‘43
In memory of Justin D. Mahon, Sr., ‘27
Mrs. Justin D. Mahon, Sr.
M/M Ronald A. Basil
M/M Frank Brzenk, ‘58
M/M Michael Cronin, Jr. & Family
M/M Michael Cronin, Sr. & Family
M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58
M/M Peter J. Donnelly, ‘58
M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58
M/M Karl Ledebuhr & Family
M/M Peter Marchetta
M/M Philip R. Martorelli, ‘59
M/M Arnold J. Perz
Mrs. Tara C. Cronin, Mr. Charles R. Smith,
& Family
Ms. Sarah M. Solan
Mrs. Susanne Sorace
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MEMORIAL GIFTS
Ms. Neel Suri
Mr. Seymour Swissman
M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58
Mr. Steven H. Wohlert
M/M John R. Fitzhenry, ‘55
M/M John M. Furka, ‘72
Mr. Kevin R. Parks
Dr. B. Melvin Kiernan, ‘53
M/M Michael L. Lynch, ‘70
M/M Joseph P. Stancati, ‘66
In memory of Edward Paschik, ‘69
In memory of Eusevia Rumain, P’94, ’98
In memory of Marilyn M. Mezey
M/M Drew Bauman
Mr. Edward P. Rumain, ‘58, P’94, ’98
Mr. Ernest F. Mezey, ‘61
In memory of Rita Pawlikowski
In memory of Joseph J. Ruvane, Jr., ‘42
In memory of Emery Mikula, ‘60
Rev. Matthew P. Pawlikowski, ‘82
Mrs. Joseph J. Ruvane, Jr.
Dr. Frank M. Reuter, ‘60
In memory of Felix Paz
In memory of Christopher J. Ryan, ‘44
In memory of Edmund J. Mooney, ‘43
Ms. Maria M. Kovacs, P’03
Mrs. Mary M. Ryan
Mrs. Edmund J. Mooney
In memory of Beverly Peluso
In memory of Tejibai Sachanandani
In memory of Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48
M/M Brian McGorty, P’01
M/M Harish Sachanandani, P’11
Mr. William S. Beinecke
M/M Robert C. Butler
Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J.
M/M R. Stewart Strawbridge
M/M Philip F. Suse
In memory of Ronald E. Pochis, ‘65
In memory of Brice A. Sachs, ‘46
Mrs. Janet A. Pochis
Mrs. Dorothy T. Sachs
In memory of Eileen Poiani
In memory of Eric Weber, P’53
In memory of Gerald F. Mullin, ‘38
M/M John J. Kealty, Jr.
Ms. Margaret Mullin
In memory of James F. Mullin, 1894
Ms. Margaret Mullin
In memory of Lee Mulvihill
Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72
In memory of John T. Murphy, ‘30, P’74
Dr. Eileen L. Poiani
M/M Louis A. Weber, ‘53
In memory of Jean Polese, P’74
In memory of Aloysius B. Whalen, ‘34
Ms. Caroline M. Maragni &
Mr. Samuel D. Polese, ‘74
M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58
In memory of David E. Wilson, ‘50
In memory of William T. Purcell, ‘47
Mrs. Roberta Wilson
Mr. Joseph F. Purcell, ‘43
In memory of Garrett J. Wishbow, ‘42
In memory of Timothy G. Quille, ‘81
Dr. J. Ernani S. Domingo, ‘87
M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ’73
Ms. Robin Bona
Coordinated Child Care of Pinellas, Inc.
M/M Charles R. Costigan
Ms. Margaret T. Cullen
M/M Don Elmes
Mr. Robert Kyber
M/M Bernhard H. Spang
The Thursday Bridge Club
M/M Robert Wilson
In memory of Matthew A. Reilly, ‘43
In memory of Raymond York. S.J.
M/M Daniel A. Apruzzese, ‘81
M/M Brian O. Nevins, ‘81
In memory of James J. Quinn, ‘38
M/M Thomas J. Murphy, ‘74
Ms. Sharon A. Quinn
In memory of Thomas P. Murray, S.J.
In memory of Henry J. Raimondo, ‘65
M/M Joseph C. Weiss, ‘68
In memory of Norman C. Murtagh, ‘49
D/D John M. Driscoll
In memory of George E. Myer, ‘53, P’89, ‘94
Ms. Dolores Raimondo
In memory of Louie D. Ramos, ‘91
Mrs. Virginia Myer, P’89, ‘94
Mr. James Reilly
Ms. Michele L. Reilly
In memory of John P. Nealon, Jr., ‘76
In memory of Lou Rettino, ‘59
Mr. Michael R. Milano, ‘70
In memory of Joseph A. Novak, S.J.
Dr. & Mrs. James J. Brady, ‘54
The Hon. & Mrs. James H. Dowden, P’78
Mrs. Antoinette N. Frees, P’74
In memory of John A. O’Grady
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas J. O’Grady, ‘50
In memory of Harold J. Oppido, S.J.
M/M Drew Bauman
M/M Martin Doyle
Mr. John O’Donnell
M/M John R. Raslowsky, II, ‘79
Mr. Walter H. Schneider, ‘88
In memory of Clement C. O’Sullivan, ‘23
M/M Leonard Fordellone
Dr. John M. McAdam, ‘72
In memory of Robert E. Parks, Jr., ‘72
M/M George F. Faherty, P’72
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M/M George F. Faherty, P’72
In memory of Maria Ricciardone
Ms. Margaret Azzarella
M/M Calogero C. Dionisi
M/M Frank L. Farrell
M/M Aristide G. Gangone
M/M Vincenzo Gangone
Ms. Maryann Hammer
M/M Francis McArdle
Ms. Karen Mielnicki
M/M James Morano
Ms. Margaret L. Norton
M/M Meyer J. Pincelli
In memory of Timothy Riordan, ‘53
M/M John R. Riordan, ‘59
In memory of Linda Rodino
M/M Drew Bauman
In memory of Charles J. Rooney, P’67, ‘69
Mr. Paul J. Callahan, ‘72
FALL 2010  www.spprep.org  PREP Magazine M/M Stephen T. Barry, ‘56
Dr. & Mrs. James J. Brady, ‘54
Dr. Phillip J. Campana, ‘58
Mr. Dennis J. LaRusso, ‘72
Ms. Bette Mohr & Mr. Charles J. Steele, ‘48
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
GIFTS TO NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS
Gifts to Named
Scholarships
The Richard C. Barry, ‘63 Scholarship
The Estate of Richard C. Barry, ‘63
The Robert J. Boyko, ‘72 Scholarship
Mr. Frank P. Capparelli, ‘45
The Lola Schug Charitable
Remainder Unitrust
The Breckenridge Avenue
Scholarship
M/M Nicholas Rabiecki, III,
P’08, ‘10, ‘12
The Deborah S. & Gerard R. Brill, ‘57
Scholarship
M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57
The Rev. John E. Browning, S.J., ‘46
Scholarship
Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99
The Jack Casey Scholarship
Ms. Nora Gelperin &
Mr. Joe Giglio, ‘87
M/M Joseph Hannon, P’05
Mr. Robert J. Spearing, ‘77
Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99
The Class of 1958 Scholarship
M/M George W. Armbruster, ‘58
M/M Frederick J. Baran, ‘58
M/M Ronald A. Basil
Ms. Brenda M. Becker
Mr. George Boisvert
M/M Andrew Bostock
M/M Jonathan E. Braid
Mr. David Brand
M/M Frank Brzenk, ‘58
M/M Edward J. Burke, ‘58
Mr. Ray Campos
Ms. Su H. Chung
Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Comizzoli, ‘58
Ms. Jean A. Connors
M/M John D. Conroy, ‘58
M/M Michael Cronin, Jr. & Family
M/M Michael Cronin, Sr. & Family
M/M Louis DiBarba
M/M Joseph J. Donnelly, ‘58
M/M Peter J. Donnelly, ‘58
M/M F. Gerard Drummond, ‘58,
P’94, ‘97, ‘99, ‘08
M/M Brian E. Dugan, ‘58
M/M Robert Ferrara, P’11
M/M Richard J. Gaven, ‘58
M/M John H. Gavin, ‘58
Mr. Michael L. Grabler, ‘58
M/M Richard G. Grip
M/M William Hamilton
Ms. Rosemary Hudecheck
M/M Booker Johnson
M/M James B. Kozmor, ‘58, P’89
M/M Karl Ledebuhr & Family
M/M Peter Marchetta
M/M Philip R. Martorelli, ‘59
M/M Richard P. McConville, ‘58
M/M Donald C. McLaughlin, ‘58
M/M Ashok Mehta
Mr. Donald G. Melega †
Dr. Francis J. Meola, ‘58
Ms. Kelly Parker Meredith
M/M James T. Messano, ‘58
M/M Eduardo Ochoa
Mr. Peter J. O’Connor, ‘58
Mr. Thomas H. O’Mara, ‘58
M/M William F. Parker
M/M Vincent E. Petto
Ms. Geraldine Price
M/M Thomas R. Reilly, ‘58
M/M Fred Reinl
Ms. Nancy Rivera
Ms. Lisa A. Santangelo &
Mr. David V. Rizza
M/M Michael S. Ruhnke
Mr. Edward P. Rumain, ‘58,
P’94, ‘98
Ms. Sarah M. Solan
Mrs. Susanne Sorace
Ms. Neel Suri
Mr. Seymour Swissman
M/M William J. Turnier, ‘58
M/M Bernard A. Whalen, ‘58
Ms. Barbara Wiereinski
Dr. & Mrs. Gary R. Wiley, ‘58
Ms. Carol Wilson
Mr. Steven H. Wohlert
The Joseph E. Colford, ‘38 Scholarship
The Stuart S. Applebaum Giving
Foundation
Mr. Brian J. Colford, ‘81
Mrs. Catherine L. Colford,
P’68, ‘71, ‘73, ‘74, ‘81
Mr. Christopher J. Colford, ‘73
Mr. Francis X. Colford
M/M Paul D. Colford, ‘71, P’09
Dr. Jeanne Pare &
Mr. Peter G. Colford, ‘74
Ms. Michele L. Reilly
The Cregan-Watters Class of ‘52
Scholarship
Rev. Thomas G. Benz, S.J.
Mr. Edward S. Purcell, Jr., ‘52
The John R. Crowe, ‘62 Scholarship
Mr. Sean A. Adams, ‘91
Ms. Maryann Crowe
The Dolan Family Scholarship
Mr. Sean A. Adams, ‘91
The Daniel M. Finn, ‘99 Scholarship
M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72,
P’05, ‘10
M/M James Curran
M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07
M/M Thomas Mara, P’98
M/M Anthony Novello, P’93
Mr. Anthony L. Ottaino, Jr.
M/M Gerard M. Ruane, P’03
Mr. Vivek Singh, ‘98
The John J. Finn, ‘52 Scholarship
M/M David P. Finn, Sr., ‘65, P’07
The Blanche & George Fleck Scholarship
M/M John T. Boyle
Mr. Owen Boyle
M/M George A. Fleck, ‘68
Ms. Madelyn Fleck
The Friends of Jersey City Scholarship
M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86
The Alfreda Fromfield Scholarship
M/M Terrence J. Rose, P’03, ‘08
M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06, ‘08
The John Michael Giordano, ‘83
Scholarship
M/M Michael P. Accardi
M/M Michael T. Acevedo
M/M Frank Ashe, ‘55, P’90
M/M Todd J. Baremore
Ms. Diane K. Barrett
Ms. Lynn Bartley
Ms. Barbara V. Berger
M/M Joseph Bevilacqua
Ms. Noreen Bohse
M/M Patrick A. Bonner, Jr., ‘81
Mr. Peter Brennan
Mr. Major Brown
M/M John P. Bruno
Ms. Catherine Buck
Mr. Robert J. Buhr
M/M Nicholas Capodice, P’07
Mr. Thomas Cappadona
Ms. Elaine Carney
Mr. William M. Carroll
M/M Angelo Casarola
Mr. Joseph T. Cassidy, ‘59
M/M Dominic Casulli, P’87, ‘89
Ms. Patricia Catania
Ms. Susan M. Cinelli
M/M Richard Civitello
Ms. Nidia D. Colon
M/M Raymond T. Coughlin
Ms. Gail Cousins
Ms. Ann Maria Dachille
Ms. Valerie D’Antonio
Mr. Thomas DeGise
Ms. Kathleen C. DeGregorio
Ms. Lynette M. D’Elia
M/M Carl S. DeLorenzo, ‘67
M/M William DeRosa
M/M Joseph DeSalvo, Sr.
Ms. Maureen Devlin
Mr. Louis Diangelo, ‘74
Donohue, Gironda & Doria
M/M Timothy Donovan, P’11
M/M David M. Dowden, ‘83
Ms. Diane Dynes
M/M George Faro
M/M Thomas J. Favia, Sr., P’77, ‘78
Ms. Janet Fegely
Ms. Rita Flynn
M/M James P. Fogarty
Mr. Steven M. Fulop
M/M Stanley J. Gajewski
Mr. Henry Gallo
M/M Michael Giordano, P’83
Ms. Mary E. Golden
Ms. Sandra Griffin
M/M Joseph P. Haley
M/M Patrick Haley
M/M William Haley
Ms. Maryann Hammer
M/M Joseph Hannon, P’05
Ms. Mary S. Hatfield
Ms. Delores Hayes
M/M Peter J. Healy, P’97, ‘99, ‘01
M/M Scott Hockwitt
M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83
Ms. Joan M. Hutchins
Ms. Joan Incognito
M/M Edward Johnson
M/M John M. Johnson
Ms. Susan M. Johnston-Conroy
M/M Francis Kahle
Ms. Marybeth Kahle
Mr. William Kahle
M/M Kevin Kelly
M/M Arthur Kiernan
Ms. Lois King
Dr. & Mrs. Allan Levy
Ms. Jessica Lisa
Ms. Margaret Lisa
Mr. Michael W. Lisa
M/M John M. Lucciola
M/M Steven MacDonald
Ms. Andrea Magner
Ms. Catherine M. Magner
M/M William Magner
M/M Joseph P. Marmora, Jr., ‘74
Ms. Jeanelle Marzocca
M/M William McBride, P’05
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M/M John McConnell
M/M John P. McDermott
M/M John P. McDermott
Ms. Mary E. McGonigle
Ms. Mary Ann McGrath
M/M Edward McNeil, Jr.
Meadowlands Associates, Inc.
Ms. Joan M. Merwin
Ms. Betty L. Mojica
Mr. Vito Monaco
Ms. Mary Jane Morton
Ms. Joanne Muller
M/M John T. Mullins
M/M August P. Napoli
Ms. Kathleen O’Keeffe
Ms. Margaret O’Keeffe
M/M William Opaluch
M/M Frank Pabon
M/M John Parisi
Ms. Andrea Pastore
Mr. Gerard N. Pica
Mr. Joseph E. Pilla, ‘65
Ms. Mary Pilla
Ms. Caroline Record &
Mr. Todd A. Pitcher
Ms. Maria Posas
M/M Carmine Priore
Ms. Hazel Rieling
Rivera for Freeholder
Ms. Suzanne M. Roach
Mr. Edwin W. Rodriguez
Ms. Carolyn F. Romano
M/M John J. Romano
M/M William Ronzitti
Ms. Adeline B. Rufino
M/M Paul A. Rutch, ‘83
M/M Pasquale Saladino
M/M Thomas M. Schember, ‘79
M/M Frank X. Schillari
M/M Joseph Scibetta
M/M James A. Shamburg
Ms. Maryann Sileno
Ms. Catherine Sista
M/M Lawrence Smith, P’01, ‘05
Mr. Louis I. Squitieri
M/M Michael Stella
Ms. Joan B. Stiles
Ms. Diane Szymanski
Mr. Joseph A. Terranova, ‘64
Ms. Tina M. Thorp
Mr. Peter Tillers
M/M Frank Toritto
Ms. Rosanne Trebesiner
M/M C. Trematerra
M/M Robert C. Tuthill
Ms. Mary D. Valenti
M/M Thomas Van Note, P’99
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GIFTS TO NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS
Mr. Joseph A. Veniero
M/M Walter Wahlgren
Walsh Dodge
Mr. John Walsh
M/M William Walsh
Mr. William J. Walsh
M/M Michael Warjanka
M/M George B. Wildridge, III
Ms. Elizabeth Yesalonia
M/M John P. Zaucha
The Justin D. Mahon, ‘27 Scholarship
Mrs. Gertrude T. Mahon
The William P. Maresca, ‘50 Scholarship
Mrs. Beverly S. Maresca
The Robert McDermott Scholarship
Mrs. Suzanne McDermott
The John McGovern, ‘80 Scholarship
M/M Francis P. Briamonte, III, ‘86
M/M Vincent M. Cronen
M/M William J. Egan, III
The Coach Jerry Halligan Scholarship
M/M John T. Feeney, ‘80
M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72,
M/M Terence M. Feeney, ‘76
P’05, ’10
Mr. Patrick Hughes, ‘67
M/M Leo J. Hurley, ‘70
M/M Thomas D. Mauriello, ‘79
Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99
Mr. William McDonough, ‘80
The Jesuit Memorial Scholarship
M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76,
M/M Drew Bauman
P’11
Rev. John Mullin, S.J.
M/M Jeffrey O’Hara
M/M John R. Raslowsky, II, ‘79
Reliable Rubber and Plastic
The Annie & Patrick Keenan Scholarship Machinery Company
M/M David J. Viggiano, ‘79
Mrs. Mary Kinahan, P’62, ’68 †
The James F. Keenan, S.J., Scholarship M/M Thomas Wyville, ‘80
M/M Kenneth F.X. Albers, P’71, ‘73 The Mary Jane Meehan Scholarship
M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72,
Robert M. Carducci, M.D., ‘54
P’05, ‘10
The Mertz Family Scholarship
M/M Thomas P. Finn, ‘87
Church of the Little Flower
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02 M/M Francis J. Mertz, ‘54
The ‘Legends of Prep’ Scholarship
M/M William J. Ahearn, ‘75, P’01
The Most Rev. Thomas Donato
M/M Laurence T. Fell, ‘54
M/M William P. Fitzpatrick, P’07
M/M Gerard Flood
Mr. Anthony J. Fortunato
M/M Michael Giacone, P’12
M/M Brian Horan
Mr. Gary Horan
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02
Mr. William A. Knapp, Jr., P’00
M/M August T. Lembo, P’04
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74,
P’11, ‘12
Mrs. Virginia H. Moriarty
M/M Thomas M. Olson
M/M Rafael Ortiz, P’10
Mr. Denis J. O’Sullivan, ‘70
M/M John Pflug, Jr., P’06
M/M Edward D. Riedlinger, ‘67
Mr. Thomas Rogers, ‘08
Mr. Alfred Sattelberger, ‘66
M/M Michael Scotto
Mr. Michael Thomas, ‘70
M/M Alex Yu, P’09
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Mr. Mehmet L. Yarar
The Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48
Scholarship
Mr. William S. Beinecke
M/M R. Stewart Strawbridge
M/M Philip F. Suse
The Nodine Family Scholarship
M/M Robert W. Nodine, ‘67
The Clement C. O’Sullivan, ‘23
Scholarship
Mr. Jonathan Tomassi, ‘99
The Jerome Pedersen, ‘92 Scholarship
Anonymous
M/M Richard W. Agresta, ‘70
Mr. Christian A. Bontigao, ‘92
M/M Steven Boyd, P’96, ‘01
Mr. Rick A. Briamonte, ‘99
Mr. Keith R. Bucher, ‘90
Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45
Mr. John J. Collins, ‘93
M/M Kevin J. Collins, ‘57
Mr. Joseph Giordano, ‘01
Mr. Anthony Guma, ‘90
Mr. Christopher Hetherington, ‘08
Mr. William Hoffman, ‘90
Ms. Charlene Hughes
Mr. Robert J. Kelly, ‘60
Mr. Harold McDonald, ‘80
Mr. Paul Mulcahy, ‘90
Mr. Joseph A. Perez, Jr., ‘99
Mr. Mohammad Riaz, ‘00
M/M John E. Savage, ‘57
Col. Michael A. Sawyer
Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71
Mr. Dorian T. Timmons, ‘98
Mr. Joseph Villanella, ‘79
Mr. Nicholas G. Warnock, ‘94
M/M Joseph Wroblewski
The Restricted Scholarship Fund
Anonymous
M/M Daniel A. Apruzzese, ‘81
Mr. Christian S. Boggiano, ‘98
Bond Drugs, Inc.
The Boys & Girls Club of Clifton
The Brooklyn Prep Alumni
Association
The Bucher Foundation
Ms. Ruth Caputo
Dr. Robert M. Carducci, ‘54
Dr. & Mrs. James M. Caulfield, ‘46,
P’73
M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71,
P’00, ‘03
Mrs. Rose J. Caulfield, P’71
The John Confort Foundation
Mr. Douglas J. Facciponti, ‘95
The Dan Finn, ‘99
Basketball Classic
Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46
Ms. Rosalie A. Migas &
Mr. Raymond J. Fonck
M/M Charles Forker, P’10
Rick Gallo Racing
M/M Michael Giacone, P’12
Mr. Robert Gill, ‘89
M/M Thomas E. Gill, ‘77
Ms. Marian Joyce &
Mr. Robert J. Gillis
M/M Stephen Grillo
The Gronton School
Mr. Jonathan J. Hammer, ‘68
Immaculate Conception Church
Ms. Jean Kelly
M/M Thomas C. Kiely, ‘68
The Kiss Cares Foundation
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91, ‘94, ‘02
The Knights of Columbus
M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48
M/M Steven Mazzari, P’10
M/M Stephen P. McAuley
M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76,
P’11
Mr. John C. Meditz
PRESIDENT’S REPORT
GIFTS TO NAMED SCHOLARSHIPS | 2010 FUNDRAISING SUMMARY
Monumental Baptist Church
M/M Richard D. Moriarty, ‘62
Mrs. Virginia H. Moriarty
Ms. Deborah A. Mueller
M/M Brian O. Nevins, ‘81
New Community Corporation
Our Lady of Sorrows Church
Mr. Joseph Panepinto
Mr. Bruce G. Park
M/M William P. Pickett, ‘49, P’00
M/M Frank Plantemoli
M/M Daniel K. Reinstein
The Emla Rimelspacher
Scholarship Fund
M/M Henry Robertiello
The Rosary Society of Our Lady
of Mount Carmel
Saint Andrew the Apostle School
Saint Philip’s Academy
Saint Rose of Lima Newark, NJ
Alumni Association
The Saint Vincent de Paul Foundation
Mr. Carl Schaefer
Ms. Julieta Schiffino
The Scholarship Fund for
Inner-City Children
M/M Joseph Shigo
M/M Frank E. Smurlo, Jr.
Mr. Leonard Stern
Ms. Patricia Sullivan
Trinity Academy
M/M Thomas Whelan
The Gerard S. Russoniello, ‘62
Scholarship
2010 Fundraising Summary
Gifts received between 7/1/2009 – 6/30/10
The Prep Fund
Annual Fund
Alumni
$ 1,143,858
Parents
$
275,273
Friends
$
112,491
Senior Gift
$
2,874
Tuition Support
$
301,756
Restricted Gifts
$
83,012
Subtotal
$ 1,919,264
Events
Student Walkathon
$
85,199
Fashion Show
$
111,255
Golf Tournament
$
80,080
The 144 Grand Gala
$
389,118
Subtotal
$
664,652
131,654
The Imagine Fund
Scholarship Funds
$
M/M Joseph P. Russoniello, ‘59
Capital Projects
$ 3,296,432
The Tedesco Family Scholarship
Subtotal
$ 3,428,086
M/M Francis A. Tedesco, ‘74
The Donald J. Unger, Jr.
Scholarship
M/M Ralph Ferrara
M/M Vernal F. Piantanida, ‘55
Mr. Donald J. Unger, Sr., ‘55
The Ward Family Scholarship
M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63
The Ronald H. Wieczorek, ‘60
Scholarship
Carpe Diem
Scholarship Funds
$
51,862
Capital Projects
$
22,997
Subtotal
$
74,859
TOTAL FUNDRAISING REVENUE
$ 6,086,861
Mr. Gregory R. Wieczorek, P’00
The Thomas W. Zito, Sr., Scholarship
Cento Amici
M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71
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PRESIDENT’S REPORT
2010 FUNDRAISING SUMMARY
Alumni Contributions to All Prep Funds
Top 10 Classes with Greater than 100 Members
1971
1957
1960
1986
1983
1966
1963
1958
1968
1962
$670,401.55
$356,491.25
$276,060.00
$167,110.35
$109,120.00
$95,755.00
$87,043.00
$78,345.40
$59,672.04
$58,290.00
Top 5 Classes with Fewer than 100 Members
1948
$338,407.40
1950
$39,780.00
1946
$37,300.00
1949
$24,025.00
1945
$13,686.53
Alumni Percentage of Participation to All Prep Funds
Total Alumni Participation: 24%
Top 10 Classes with Greater than 100 Members
1958
65%
1957
56%
1954
49%
1955
48%
1953
46%
1951
44%
1967
44%
1959
40%
2010
40%
1952
37%
Top 5 Classes with Fewer than 100 Members
1950
57%
1946
41%
1947
41%
1943
39%
1940
33%
Financial summaries reflect those gifts received by June 30, 2010.
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We gratefully acknowledge gifts to Imagine: The Fund for Saint Peter’s Prep,
which supports special capital and scholastic initiatives. This listing includes all
designated gifts since the fund’s inception in October 2006.
M/M Richard W. Agresta, ‘70
M/M Brian R. Archer, ‘86
M/M Paul L. Audet, ‘71
M/M Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr., ‘62
The Estate of Richard C. Barry, ‘63
M/M William J. Bell, ‘57
M/M Richard J. Bender, ‘74, P’04,’09
The Estate of James R. Berry, ‘47
Rev. Vincent L. Biagi, S.J.
Dr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Bier, ‘58
Mr. Steven B. Boyd, ‘96
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph V. Braddock, ‘47
M/M Roger W. Breslin, Jr., ‘55
M/M Gerard R. Brill, ‘57
Dr. & Mrs. John L. Butler, ‘64
Dr. Vincent P. Butler, Jr., ‘45
The Estate of Henry J. Byrne, ‘51
M/M Joseph J. Carr, ‘61
Ms. Tracey Thayer &
Mr. Jeffrey Cartwright, P’01,’04
Mrs. Diane M. Casazza, P’95,’97
M/M John V. Caulfield, ‘71, P’00,’03
Mr. & Dr. Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti, ‘90
M/M Christopher J. Colford, ‘73
M/M Brian J. Colford, ‘81
M/M Francis X. Colford
M/M Paul D. Colford, ‘71, P’09
The Estate of John J. Connelly, ‘58
M/M William H. Connolly, Jr., ‘65
Mr. Joseph K. Cooney, ‘68
M/M William J. Cozine, ‘55
M/M Peter J. Cresci, ‘85
M/M Kevin A. Cummings, ‘72, P’05,’10
M/M Mark DeMarco, ‘79
M/M Vincent B. DiDomenico, Jr., ‘84
The Estate of Jerome A. Dolan
The Estate of Marguerite Dolan
M/M David M. Dowden, ‘83
M/M Patrick J. Downes, ‘57
Mr. Vincent G. Drennan, ‘48
M/M Thomas W. Duncan, ‘60
The Estate of Edwin C. Eastwood, ‘47
The Estate of James Escude, ‘39
M/M Robert R. Esti, ‘55
The Estate of Monsignor
James L. Fallon, ‘35
Mr. Thomas M. Flaherty, ‘46
M/M John Formoso, ‘89
The Lewis M. Gabbe Foundation
M/M Anthony S. Gargiulo, ‘46, P’77
M/M Vito J. Germinario, ‘70
Dr. Madeline Romeu &
Mr. George P. Gurdak, ‘70, P’03
The Estate of Rev. Robert J. Halliwell, ‘49
M/M Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., ‘47, P’78
M/M Raymond J. Hennessey, ‘90
M/M Mark D. Hogan, ‘83
M/M James C. Horan, ‘70
The Estate of Frank T. Judge, Jr., ‘43
Mr. Marc J. Keane
The Estate of Paul M. Kierney, ‘66
M/M Brian T. Kloza, P’91,’94,’02
Dr. & Mrs. Francis H. Koch, ‘61
M/M Kenneth F. Kunzman, ‘54
Dr. & Dr. Donald W. Landry, ‘72
M/M Thomas J. Leane, ‘65, P’04
M/M Charles M. Lizza, ‘74, P’11,’12
The Estate of Marie Lowe
Mr. James F. X. Lyness
M/M Andrew J. Markey, ‘48
Rev. Earle L. Markey, S.J., ‘49
M/M Michael C. Mauer, P’13
M/M Philip F. McGovern, Jr., ‘76, P’11
The Estate of Francis McIntyre
M/M James A. McLaughlin, Jr., ‘54
Mr. Michael R. Milano, ‘70
Rev. Walter F. Modrys, S.J., ‘62
M/M Joseph P. Monteleone, P’98,’02
Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Moriarty, ‘48
Mrs. Edmond N. Moriarty
The Edmond N. & Virginia H. Moriarty
Charitable Foundation
M/M James G. Mortenson, ‘71
Rev. John A. Mullin, S.J.
M/M Paul K. Napoli, ‘63, P’90
The Estate of Rev. Maurice L. O’Keefe, ‘49
M/M Hubert J. O’Toole, ‘51
M/M Victor J. Paparazzo, ‘78
M/M William O. Perkins, III, ‘86
M/M Charles F. X. Poggi, ‘49
The Hon. & Mrs. Robert C. Pollock, Jr., ‘57
The Estate of Edward Prendergast
M/M Robert R. Regan, ‘52
M/M Edward F. Reid, ‘55
Rev. Robert E. Reiser, S.J.
The Estate of William E. Ringle, ‘56
M/M James G. Rizzo, ‘77, P’10
M/M William L. Robalino, ‘89
Dr. Linda R. DeGaeta & Dr. Patrick J. Ryan, ‘68
Mr. J. Paul Schaetzle, ‘71
M/M Donald W. Schroeder, ‘87
M/M Gerald V. Sheehan, ‘48
The Estate of Mary Claire Sheridan
M/M Matt D. Slootsky, ‘94
The Frederick J. Snyder, Jr., Foundation
The Seth Sprague Foundation
Ms. Bette Mohr & Mr. Charles J. Steele, ‘48
M/M William J. Stoutenburgh, ‘51
M/M Antonio Suarez, ‘92
M/M Thomas J. Sullivan, ‘53, P’93
M/M William J. Sweeney, P’04,’06,’09
M/M Francis A. Tedesco, ‘74
M/M Marcel E. Wagner, Jr., ‘56
The Estate of John J. Walsh, ‘41
M/M Brendan J. Ward, P’06,’08
M/M John A. Ward, III, ‘63
M/M Kevin J. Ward, ‘66
M/M Keith K. West, ‘76
The Estate of Rev. Monsignor
Edward F. Wojtycha, ‘30
M/M Nicholas H. Wood, ‘86
M/M Leo J. Zatta, P ‘11
M/M Robert T. Zito, ‘71
To learn more about the Imagine Fund, contact Jim Horan, ‘70, at 201-547-6428 or [email protected]
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COVER STORY
Jesuit “Mr.”:
Scholastics Shape the Prep Experience
As part of the process of formation, young Jesuits spend two to
three years working in schools, colleges or other institutions while
fully immersed in community life – a period known as “regency.”
This fall, Ben Brenkert, S.J., who completed his Jesuit novitiate
long experiment at Prep in 2007, returns to Jersey City as a Jesuit
scholastic to begin his regency.
“Mistah”
by Jack Savage, ’57
September 1953
Grand & Warren!
We came from parishes
throughout Jersey City
and beyond…325 strong!
We knew all about priests
and nuns. Clearly this was
going to be different…
Jesuits! Fathers Meagher,
Redmond, McGrail, McCusker,
Murray & Murray, Bauer,
York, Butler, Purcell, Smith,
Joe Novak, S.J.
May, Carr, Miller, and Shalloe.
But who were those other guys? “SCHOLASTICS!” What did they do?
We soon learned they were teachers, coaches, moderators,
enforcers, role models, and counselors. Browning, Robinson,
Curran, McGowan, Scully, Heavey, Enright, Guth, and Novak. (We
called them “Mistah”…most of us hadn’t yet learned to correctly
pronounce “Mister!”)
So “Mistah” they were. All adjusting to real life after six years
cooped up somewhere on the Hudson and tasked by their superiors
to mold 325 unruly adolescents into somewhat reasonable human
beings. (Among Father “Jake” Scully’s fondest memories as a Jesuit
was being called “Mistah” at Grand & Warren!)
Ben Brenkert, S.J.
They taught us Latin,
Greek, algebra, religion and
physics; supervised “class
nights;” coached basketball;
moderated intramurals; ran
the GRAMSIT tournament;
and chaperoned dances.
After four years at Grand
& Warren they were our
friends. They attended our
reunions, christened our
children, celebrated our
victories, and mourned
our losses.
“Regency is a time of formation,” Brenkert explains. “For me, it
will become a time to animate Prep students and Prep colleagues
towards apostolic charity, apostolic freedom and the pursuit of a
deeply intimate and personal relationship with God.” Regency is
both a time to help form young Men for Others, and to be formed by
the experience of sharing in the mission of Jesuit education.
Throughout the years, Jesuit scholastics have earned the respect and
friendship of generations of Prep men. When recalling their favorite
teachers, those who did the most to challenge them intellectually,
guide them spiritually and help them mature socially, many alumni
think first of the young Jesuits who served their regency at Grand &
Warren. As Prep welcomes a new scholastic to the faculty for the
first time since 2006, Prep Magazine celebrates this proud tradition
by inviting alumni from five decades to share their memories of the
young Jesuits who helped shape the men they became.
Jake Scully, S.J.
COVER STORY
Tony Azzarto, S.J.
The years passed and our
paths crossed. Parallel lives
on different journeys with
many intersections… but
one goal. Fathers Scully,
Heavey, and Novak died
this past year. True lifetime
friends. They influenced our
lives…our families. They
were men for others and
are now blessed with
eternal rest. They have gone
forward and so will we.
AMDG!
Ed Heavey, S.J., ‘47
They attended our reunions, christened
our children, celebrated our victories, and
mourned our losses.
A Bridge to Maturity
by Tom Leane, ‘65, P’04
In the 1960s, Jesuit scholastics served as guides in the transition
from a boy to an educated young man. From playing serious
schoolyard basketball against Mr. Halligan and Mr. Walsh to
discussing literature with Mr. Serula, to fearing the wrath of Mr.
Fallon or watching Mr. Belanos put the marching band through
their paces, encounters
and interaction with the
scholastics were part of the
everyday Prep tradition.
And then there was (and is)
Tony Azzarto. Kids know
the real thing, and Tony
Azzarto was the real thing.
His enthusiasm for plays,
movies and books were
infectious. I have always
credited Prep for my love
of reading, but it was Tony
who taught us to not only
see movies and plays, but
more importantly to look
Damian Halligan, S.J. for the meaning behind the
words and actions. Many of us were from immigrant families and
the thought of going to New York to see a play or an avant-garde
movie was as unlikely as a trip to Disney World. But we did get
to the city, and we saw films we would never have seen in Journal
Square. Afterwards, we often went to Tony’s house in Brooklyn
where Mr. Azzarto always had pizza ready, or Mrs. Azzarto had
something good cooking.
The scholastics served as a bridge in a number of ways. They were
young enough not to get really mad at some of the stupid and
childish things we did in the name of fun. They were closer in age
and experience and could better understand us. Some of them were
good athletes.
They helped us in that long journey to maturity and imbued us with
the Prep spirit.
Marty Walsh
Francis Fallon
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COVER STORY
Mission Accomplished
by Bob Colacurcio, ’73
Back in my sophomore
year at Prep, 1970-71,
Mr. John Mullin, S.J. (first
year scholastic) was my biology
teacher, but those of us who
had Mr. Mullin had no idea of
his “rookie” status.
Looking back at the
challenges of the times
(remember, those were the
days of Nixon, Vietnam,
Woodstock, The Chicago
Seven, The Doors and Pink
Floyd, to name a few), Mr.
Mullin was up to the task of
teaching a subject that could
be daunting, even for the
most seasoned teacher. His
ability to cope with adolescent
boys (who could, believe it
or not, be a tinge unruly at
times) was admirable. His
demeanor was constant
and unflappable.
He was soft-spoken and very rarely raised his voice. I never saw him
lose his temper. As a teacher he was always available to answer
any questions or assist you when asked. Mr. Mullin (now Fr. Mullin,)
always had time for his students, no matter what the issue, academic
or personal. Looking back now I realize that Fr. Mullin, in the grand
tradition of the Jesuits, was a Man for Others.
If you go to Prep’s website today and read in the mission statement,
“...form young men of competence, conscience and compassion,”
you can firmly acknowledge, “Mission accomplished, Fr. Mullin.”
A Strong Bond and Trust
by Gabe Doria, ’81
My first recollection of a young Jesuit scholastic named Fred
Pellegrini was how energetic he was. He had a welcoming smile and
was very approachable. If you removed the mustache, you would
have thought he was a student. His enthusiasm and presence at
the spiritual, social and athletic events facilitated a strong bond and
trust with the students.
John Mullin, S.J.
Mr. Mullin was up to the task of teaching
a subject that could be daunting, even
for the most seasoned teacher.
For instance, there was
the time he showed a film
on childbirth. One of the
scholars (who will remain
anonymous) in our class
fainted at the sight. Mr.
Mullin, cool as a cucumber,
shut the film down and
assisted the poor lad until
he was back on his feet.
Undeterred Mr. Mullin then
finished the film and took
questions (no matter how
“sophomoric”) till the bell
for the next class sounded.
Fred Pellegrini, S.J.
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In the classroom, Fred
challenged us to be
better students with the
expectations he placed on
us. You enjoyed being in
his class due to the level of
subject matter and his ability
to simplify even the most
difficult of problems. It did
not take long after the Prep
to reflect back on the those lessons, because the overlap in college
came in a calculus class my sophomore year. What a fantastic
feeling to be so well prepared by his teachings.
During his stay at Prep, Mr.
Arabia was relatively young,
which allowed me to observe
the extensive and demanding
process an ordinary man takes
on to become a Jesuit, and it
was quite eye-opening. Peter
Arabia saw becoming a Jesuit
as part of his purpose in life;
both for himself and to serve
Peter Arabia, S.J.
others. Similar to being a
member of the exclusive Army “Green Berets,” being a member of the
Society of Jesus was more than a goal, it was a “calling,” and one that he
envisioned would serve him long after he completed the requirements.
I believe my faith was strongly
reinforced by our conversations about
God, the Church and morality.
Spiritually, your faith at Prep is constantly being reinforced by
attending Masses, theology classes and retreats. How comforting it
was to be able to approach Fred and ask all the questions I might
not ask a parent or raise your hand in a classroom. I believe my
faith was strongly reinforced by our conversations about God, the
Church and morality.
Walking the halls of Prep, I had no idea how meaningful my
friendship would be with Fred throughout my life. He has been part of
or counsel to the most important moments, and he always gave the
right advice at the right time. To have that trust, confidence and faith
in a person is invaluable. I was blessed to be at Prep when Fred was
there as a scholastic, and I am grateful for his lifelong friendship.
Lord, Give Me Strength
by Vincent Conti, ’96
“Lord give me strength.” That was the phrase Mr. Peter Arabia, S.J.
uttered to no one in particular, or no one at all, since only he and
I sat in his classroom one day after school. I was there because
earlier in the day during our U.S. History 1 class he noticed that I
had a “wandering eye” as he called it, during a pop quiz that I was
ill-prepared to take. What transpired next was just one of the many
discussions the man who would become Fr. Arabia and I had both
during and after his and my years at Prep.
Though I did not recognize it at the time, my talks with him, whether
a one way discussion about why I needed to keep my eyes on my own
quiz or a casual exchange of beliefs, often ended with an opportunity
to grow and better myself. Prep’s mantra of Men for Others and my
relationship with Mr. Arabia helped shaped my future in such a way
that I could recognize those opportunities as an adult.
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SPORTS
Baseball
When Prep Hall of Fame coach Joe
Urbanovich, ‘65, P’00,’04 stepped down,
his long-time assistant Kevin Wendolowski
was selected to run the team.
Knowing he had big shoes (spikes) to fill, Coach Wendolowski used his
contagious enthusiasm to help ease the transition for the players and
the new coaching staff.
Playing a difficult independent schedule, the team finished 1510, which included wins over Bayonne and Christian Brothers.
Wendolowski commented, “It was rough at times, but I learned a lot,
the team played hard and we are going to get better. ” Wendolowski
will have youth on his side as junior third basemen Jeremy Selecky was
an All County and All State selection and both the junior varsity and
freshman teams defended their Hudson County championships.
The Marauders played a “home” game in Richmond County
Bank Ballpark, the home of the Staten Island Yankees.
Track For the second straight
year, Prep’s 4 x 400 meter relay team
captured a coveted Penn Relays plaque.
Senior Corey Davis, in a personal best time of 51.0 in the leadoff leg,
gave the Marauders a lead they would not relinquish. Davis passed
the baton to junior Savon Huggins (50.6) who passed it to freshman
sensation Tyrell Gibbs. Gibbs ran a personal best of 49.9 before
handing off to All American sophomore Najee Glass. Glass ran his
personal best time of 47.3 and in the process, smoked the field by over
150 meters to secure the gold. The team’s time of 3.18.88 also set a
new school record.
Tennis
Freshman, Tyrell Gibbs of Newark who ran the third
leg for the record-setting 4 x 400 relay team, also
excelled in the hurdles throughout the season.
Although the season ended with 3-2 loss to Secaucus in
the semi-finals of the Hudson County Tournament, the
tennis team finished with an impressive 16-4 record.
The new scheduling format had Prep playing each of its county opponents twice and Coach John
Fencik, ’70 added Seton Hall Prep, Union and Old Bridge to further challenge his team.
Senior first doubles (and captains), Matthew Mazzari and Matthew Julian were selected to the
First Team All County for the second year in a row. Joining them on the All County team were
junior Aaron Joskowitz (Second Team - third singles) and sophomore Aakash Shah (Honorable
Mention – first singles).
Sophomore Aakash Shah of West Caldwell had an
outstanding season for the Marauders at first singles.
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Volleyball
Last year, the Prep volleyball team exceeded expectations
as the young squad advanced all the way to the state
finals. This season, expectations were high as the core of the 2009 team, arguably the most
Ken Walter and Lorenzo Samin
go up for the block in the state
championship match.
talented of any Prep team, remained intact.
The Marauders proved worthy of the pre-season hype when they traveled to Pennsylvania for
the nationally recognized Koller Classic. Finishing first in pool play, which included a win over
Pennsylvania power York Central, Prep vaulted into the top 20 in the national rankings.
The success carried into the regular season as the team recaptured the Hudson County Championship
and climbed to #1 in the Star Ledger state rankings for the first time in the program’s history.
With State Tournament victories over Lincoln, Bloomfield and Bayonne, Saint Peter’s had a fourth
consecutive Group Title as well as a fourth straight invitation to the Tournament of Champions.
The Marauders beat Fair Lawn 2-0 to advance to the Finals. After beating Southern in the first game and
leading 17-13 in the second, Prep saw the dream of a State Championship slip away. Assistant Coach
Jordan Roldan, ’03 commented, “Though we were upset in the finals, the team proved to be one of the
best the school has ever seen.”
With their success came post-season accolades: Seniors Ken Walter was First Team All State and the North
Jersey Player of the Year; Parker Kolodka, Michael Blicharz and John Armstrong were Second Team All State;
Lorenzo Samin, Alexander Cogott and Alexander Perez were All County selections.
Golf Led by seniors Jonathan Kijne, Kenan
Moriarty and junior Peter LiVolsi, all of whom received
sectional honors, the team finished 5-3. The Prep golfers dropped close matches to
Bergen Catholic and Seton Hall while defeating Bergen Tech and Bayonne.
Kyle Robinson shoots one by the Verona goalie.
Kyle will continue his lacrosse career at Rutgers.
Lacrosse
Kenan Moriarty, a senior from Fort Lee,
earned All Section Honors.
Reaching several milestones during the spring
season, the lacrosse team continues to make
major strides in the advancement of the program
With a 6-5 overtime win against Livingston the team earned the eighth seed in the
NJSIAA Tournament and the right to host a state play-off game for the first time. It
was only one of several accomplishments for this year’s squad.
Once again, the team captured the Kimber Division Championship, along the way
compiling a14-5 record – the most wins in Prep lacrosse history. Senior Ryan Smith
was named Player of the Year while Coach Peter Fusari earned Coach of the Year
honors. The team’s success this year has vaulted Saint Peter’s into the Waterman
Division – the strongest B Division in the state. As Coach Fusari pointed out, “This is
a huge step for our program as more and more students are thinking about coming to
Prep to play lacrosse.
Along with seniors Smith and Kyle Robinson, juniors Tyler Monaco and Bret Goldstein
made First Team All Conference. Robinson has accepted a lacrosse scholarship to
Rutgers and Smith will continue his lacrosse career at Notre Dame.
ALUMNI
ALUMNI WEEKEND
Bringing It All Back Home
The weekend of June 11-14 brought together Prep alumni
from far and wide, from the 1940s through the 2000s, for Alumni
Weekend, combining the most popular alumni events traditionally held
in the spring and summer into four days of Pride & Glory.
Ongoing construction on Prep’s campus necessitated the scheduling
changes that created Alumni Weekend. While current plans call for next
year’s events to return to their traditional dates, the Pride & Glory 5k
road race, new this year, will continue as a new Prep alumni tradition.
In case you couldn’t join us, here’s a look back at Alumni Weekend.
On Friday night, June 11, about 150 alumni, spanning the classes of
1944 to 2006, gathered in the cafeteria to celebrate Prep and enjoy a
classic beefsteak dinner at the third annual Pride & Glory Night. It was
a fitting kickoff to Alumni Weekend, as Prep men of all ages returned to
Grand & Warren in recognition of the ties formed at Prep that transcend
time and place.
The Memorial Gymnasium was transformed into a banquet
hall on June 12, as alumni and their guests flocked to Grand
& Warren for the Milestone Reunion Dinner.
It was a night to celebrate Saint Peter’s Prep and a night to celebrate
Prep alumni in general. But it was also a night to celebrate one alumnus
in particular. Jim Feeney, ’78, P’10,’14, was presented with the Pride &
Glory Award. Modeled on the Prep Spirit Award created by the late John
Browning, S.J., ‘46 in 1981, the Pride & Glory Award recognizes a a true
Man for Others among the alumni community. Jim joined Paul Schaetzle,
‘71 and Joe Villanella, ’79 as deserving recipients of this honor.
Memories were on the menu for Saturday, as 200 alumni and guests
filled the Memorial Gymnasium on Saturday, June 12, to celebrate their
Milestone Reunions. The Milestone Reunion dinner was the centerpiece
of Prep’s Alumni Weekend, and the classes of ’65, ’70, ’75, ’80, ’85, ’90,
’95, and ’00 turned out for an evening of cocktails, conversation, and a
chance to relive their days at Grand & Warren. Additionally, the Class of
’55 celebrated their 55th Reunion at Michael Anthony’s Restaurant on
Saturday evening and the Class of ’50 celebrated six decades since their
graduation with a Sunday brunch at the Lighthorse Tavern.
Jim Feeney, ’78,P’10,’14 addresses his fellow alumni, as
well as his family, after accepting the Pride & Glory Award
for his service to the Prep alumni community as a true Man
for Others.
On Sunday morning, Prep’s neighbors awoke to hear the footsteps of
86 runners in the inaugural Pride & Glory 5k. Prep alumni, students
and parents, as well as running enthusiasts and friends of Prep turned
out to challenge themselves along a fast, scenic course through Paulus
Hook and along the Hudson River waterfront. The pack set off on Sussex
Street, outside the James F. Keenan, S.J. Athletic Field, just before 8 am,
and less than 17 minutes later, Alan Wells returned to take the overall
win (16:54.7), with current Prep runner Charlie Bates, ‘12, hot on his
heels (16:55.4) after a final lead change in the closing steps of the race.
Topping the women’s division was Maggie Harkins, in a time of 20:55.0.
The inaugural running of Prep’s own 5k road race was a hit with runners
and spectators alike, as members of all quarters of the Prep community
turned out both to cheer on the competitors and to volunteer at check
in, as course marshals, and more.
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on the morning of June 13. The 86 runners enjoyed a fast and scenic
course through Paulus Hook and along the Hudson River waterfront.
ALUMNI WEEKEND
Capping off Alumni Weekend, The 33rd Annual Saint Peter’s Prep – Frenkel & Co.
Golf Tournament brought 140 alumni, parents and friends together at Spring Lake
Golf Club on Monday, June 14. Though the skies were gray, the threat of rain
remained just a threat, providing pleasantly mild weather for a great day of golf
and a perfect ending to the weekend’s festivities.
In addition to the morning and afternoon shotgun sessions, the participants enjoyed
breakfast, lunch and dinner at the club, while the Million Dollar Shoot-Out, Super
50/50 and various prize raffles all contributed to the fun. All in all, it was another
successful year for Prep’s longest-standing fundraising event.
It was a perfect day for a round of golf, and a perfect ending to
Alumni Weekend, when the 33rd Annual Saint Peter’s Prep –
Frenkel & Co. Golf Tournament teed off on June 14.
We would like to extend special thanks to John Kelly, P’04 and Frenkel & Co., Inc.
for their lead sponsorship of this year’s tournament, and to the members of the Golf
Committee – including committee chair Gabe Doria, ‘81, and Bob Colacurcio, ‘73,
who will begin serving as president of the Alumni Board in July – who helped make
the tournament possible both before and during Alumni Weekend.
New Roles, New Faces
for Prep’s Advancement Team
Prep’s Office of Institutional Advancement, which encompasses alumni relations,
annual giving, communications and special events, entered the new school year with
a new look, including two new faces, plus a new role for a familiar one. Following the
departure of Francesca Lanning, P’10, who had headed the department since 2007,
Chris Casazza, ’97 has taken the helm as chief advancement officer. In addition to
his contributions to Prep’s fundraising efforts as director of annual giving and alumni
relations since 2008, he brings previous nonprofit experience at the Children’s Theatre
and Theatre IV, both in Cincinnati.
Chris’ previous position has once again become two, as was the case until 2008.
Gary Bogdanski, ’02 has returned to Grand & Warren to become director of alumni
relations, while Danielle DiCerbo has joined the staff as director of annual giving.
“I’m very excited for the opportunity to serve the Prep community in this new
capacity,” Chris said. “I look forward to working with Gary and Danielle on
strengthening the ties that Prep has to its alumni, and continuing to build on the
long tradition of generosity of Prep’s alumni, parents and friends.”
Gary brings experience in the world of professional basketball, having owned and
operated the player management firm Epic Management for the past two years, and
previously serving as equipment manager for the New Jersey Nets. The skills he
developed as a strong communicator and a trusted confidant in those roles will surely
serve him well in his new one.
Danielle recently served as a development assistant (not to mention history teacher,
coach and athletic director) at Cristo Rey New York High School. She worked closely
with Cristo Rey president and former Prep president Joe Parkes, S.J., ’62 to help
strengthen the school in its mission of providing underprivileged students with a
college-preparatory education.
 To learn more about Chris Casazza, Gary Bogdanski or Danielle DiCerbo,
visit www.spprep.org/prepmag
Top to bottom:
Chris Casazza, ’97, chief advancement officer;
Gary Bogdanski, ’02, director of alumni relations;
Danielle DiCerbo, director of annual giving
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ALUMNI
Goodbye, Mr. Rooney
It was 25 years ago, in the fall of 1985, that
the same headline appeared on the cover of Prep Magazine. Charles
J. Rooney, P’67,’69 had retired at the end of the 1984-85 school year,
following a 38-year tenure, during which he had presided over more than
30,000 class periods, helped shape the lives of more than 4,700 Prep men,
and, incredibly, was absent less than ten days. It was an amazing track
record that had earned him the 1979 Petrean dedication and the 1984
Insignis Award, and that would later make him one of the very first Legends
of Prep when that award was created by the Alumni Board in 1993.
The entire Prep community was saddened by the death of Charlie Rooney
on March 28, and so a quarter-century later, the time has come for Prep
Magazine to bid him farewell for the final time. In that 1985 interview,
Mr. Rooney said he wanted to be remembered as, “dedicated, dependable
and demanding,” adding, “I would always end the last class of the year by
telling the students I hoped they had learned honesty, charity and a little
algebra. I guess that was my philosophy of teaching.” If the response
when we asked this past spring for your memories of Mr. Rooney is any
indication, then his wish has certainly been fulfilled. The following are
some highlights from the stories we received.
“...Mr. Rooney began his algebra class with the following: ‘We are
here to learn algebra,’ stating the word algebra with a long Jersey City
dialect, ‘I do not care what the Jets did this weekend or anything else
except – algebra.’ He was not kidding. Simply, from the first day until the
last day of class and every moment in between was dedicated learning
algebra. People ask me who was my favorite teacher and I think of many
great ones, but the name Rooney always comes out of my mouth. Why?
Because he was my first, and also one of the greatest, “all business”
teachers I have ever had. No deviation, no exceptions and all discipline.
He was amazing. “
–Mark Gaddis, ’81
Prep Magazine bid farewell to Mr. Rooney when he retired
in 1985. Today we bid him farewell once more.
“…It was September of 1952 when I arrived at Prep. In that initial year,
Mr. Rooney was my teacher for freshman algebra. It has been more than
57 years since that first first contact, but to this day, I still refer to him as
the best teacher I ever had. And I have voiced that opinion many, many
times in my life. He was my introduction to math beyond arithmetic and
instilled in me a love of numbers that would remain with me for my entire
life. It was during that first year at Prep that I decided that I was going to
become an engineer, which was what I eventually did…”
– Bob Welgos, ’56
“He was giving us a math test and of course [a classmate] was trying to
look at my paper… I got nervous and looked up to see if Rooney was
watching. Thank God: he was just staring out the window toward City
Hall (or so I thought). After about a minute or two, never turning around
and still looking out the window, Mr. Rooney says to [the offender], ‘Is it
really worth it son?’ He had been watching [his] reflection in the window
the whole time.”
– Anonymous, ‘73
Charlie Rooney as a young member of the Prep faculty in 1949.
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ALUMNI
CLASS NOTES
The ’40s
Tom Fleming, ’45, was recognized in June by the American
Revolution Round Table, the foremost organization of historians,
scholars and devotees of the revolutionary period, for his recent book
The Intimate Lives of the Founding Fathers. The book was named “Best
Book of the American Revolution Era for 2009.” Tom’s first book, Now
We are Enemies, about the Battle of Bunker Hill, has also been reissued by American History Press in a special 50th Anniversary edition.
The ’60s
Jim Haemmerle, ’64, is semi-retired and working on quality
improvement projects at the Red Cedar Medical Center – Mayo Health
System in Minnesota, where he previously practiced orthopedic surgery
and served as CEO.
Jim Mann, ’66, has been named senior vice president and general
counsel at Bank of America.
Bob Kane, ’45, proudly reports that his grandson Brendan Robert
Kane played the title role in a production of Pippin at Pine Creek High
School in Colorado Springs. The nation’s notoriously diplomatic theatre
critics have remained silent as to how that production compared
to Prep’s own this past spring, but we’re willing to bet the Prep
connection meant both were excellent! – Ed.
Pete Glushko, ’68, was elected last fall to serve a four-year
term as Town Supervisor in Peru, New York, on the shores of
Lake Champlain.
The ’50s
The ’70s
Summer plans for George Shabet, ’51, and his wife of 54 years,
Barbara, included a cruise to Scandinavia and Saint Petersburg.
Bill Spendley, ’53, continues to enjoy retirement in North Carolina,
after serving as a superintendent of schools in New York State.
Lou Cappadona, ’57, is entering his 46th year of practicing law as
“of counsel,” specializing in labor and employment law with Nordman
Cormany Hair & Compton, L.L.P. in Oxnard, California.
Bob Kay, ’68, recently celebrated his son Michael’s graduation,
cum laude, from Florida Gulf Coast University, with a double major
in Forensic Sciences and Criminal Justice.
John Kunka, ’70, has caught the acting bug, appearing in
Readington Community Theatre productions including The Odd Couple
last fall, and a musical adaptation of the book All I Really Need to
Know I Learned in Kindergarten this past spring.
John Veltre, ’79, reports that he and his lovely wife Pamela
celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary earlier this year.
Vito Germinario, ‘70 (left) caught up with former Prep faculty member Marty Walsh at the Friends of Jaclyn
Foundation Gala in Washington, D.C. this past spring. Vito, who sits on the foundation’s board and serves as vice
president, chaired the event.
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CLASS NOTES
The ’80s
Curt Philipczak, ’86, was elected in April to a three-year term on the
East Brunswick Board of Education.
Chris DeCresce, ’89, was recently promoted to Managing Director at
the New York investment banking firm Sandler O’Neill & Partners.
The ’90s
Anthony Iacocca, ’92, was promoted to partner at Hoagland Longo
Moran Dunst & Doukas, L.L.P., where he practices redevelopment,
corporate and governmental law. A LEED Accredited Professional,
Anthony is also a member of the firm’s Green Buildings Group.
Vincent DePinto, ’05 has been deployed to Okinawa,
Japan as an Air Intelligence Officer with the 1st Marine
Aircraft Wing.
At the Junior Class Mass on April 30, Brian O’Donnell, ’11 (center) showed off his new Prep ring, a perfect match to those worn by his grandfather,
George McAuliffe, ’49 (left) and father, Michael O’Donnell, ’76. Brian’s great grandfather (George McAuliffe, ’24) and his older brother (Francis
McAuliffe, ’18) were also Prep men, making for an impressive four generations.
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Photo File: PPA Turns 70
This year marks the
70th anniversary of
the founding of the
Prep Mothers’ Club,
which would later merge with the
Prep Fathers’ Club (founded in 1968)
to form the Prep Parents’ Association.
In this 1969 Petrean photo, longserving club moderator Augustine
Meagher, S.J. poses with five proud
Prep mothers. The related article
offers the club thanks “for their
devotion of time and effort” to Prep,
a salute we’d like to extend to the
generations of Prep parents who have
supported life at Grand & Warren
through the PPA and its predecessors.
Support this moment.
Support the Annual Fund.
Your gift to the Annual Fund brings the limitless potential of Prep students together with
the teachers and technology that help them realize their talents – in academics and the arts,
in activities and athletics. Support this Prep moment, and countless more of the Prep
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Vita Mutatur Non Tollitur (Life is changed, not ended) | WEDDINGS | BIRTHS | ADOPTIONS
Current as of 7-30-10
Alumni
Louis A. Erhardt, ’32
Father of Louis R. Erhardt, ’68,
John Erhardt, ’74 and Paul Erhardt, ’79
Vincent J. Mann, ’37
Father of V. James Mann, ’66
Raymond O. Vetter, ’38
Edward Fleckstein, ’32
Brother of Albert Fleckstein, ’39
James J. Ard, ’44
Father of Michael J. Ard, ’80
Peter A. Jocham, ’45
Brother of Edward F. Jocham, ’43† and
Robert G. Jocham, ’48
John W. Daneri, ‘46
Raymond F. Plunkett, ’47
Kenneth H. Moldovan, ’48
Robert B. Cobban, ’50
Richard A. Conway, ’50
William C. Heidelberger, ’50
Brother of John C. Heidelberger, ’59
James A. McConnell, ’50
William G. Davis, ’53
Brother of Walter A. Davis, ’43; uncle
of William A. Farrell, ’77
Joseph M. Greene, ’53
Charles J. Beirne, S.J., ’56
Walter J. Connolly, ’56
Brother of James J. Connolly, ’54, Robert P.
Connolly, ’55 and David A. Connolly, ’58
Raymond D. Novak, ’56
Donald G. Melega, ’58
Walter J. Bischak, ’60
Thomas J. Tomcak, ’60
Paul R. Lempa, ’63
Father of Paul P. Lempa, ’88
Ronald E. Pochis, ’65
Richard Drozd, ’67
Brother of John T. Irvine, ’83, Prep’s
director of admissions, and Janice
Martineau, staff member in the college
placement office; uncle of John Irvine, ’11
Edward Paschik, ’69
Nicolas Vernesse, ’69
Family of Alumni
Helen P. Ferraro
Grandmother of Raymond J. Hennessey, ’90
Myra M. Johnson
Mother of Benjamin J. Williams, ’80
Mary Kinahan
Widow of Francis X. Kinahan, ’33†;
mother of Francis X. Kinahan, ’62† and
Daniel P. Kinahan, ’68; mother-in-law of
David P. Ockay, ’70; grandmother of
Michael D. Ockay, ’05 and John F. Ockay, ’07
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Melinda Lally-Jimenez
Mother of Patrick J. Lally, ’80 and
Christopher S. Lally, ’81; sister of
Joseph G. Urciuoli, ’58
Sharon Langer
Mother of David W. Mercado, ’13
Graciella Llugany
Mother of Marcello Ciminelli, ’02
Patrick J. Maloney
Father of Patrick J. Maloney, ’75,
Kenneth T. Maloney, ’79 and
John K. Maloney, ’81
William M. Noonan
Father of Douglas W. Noonan, ’71 and
David R. Noonan, ’80
Arthur E. Schute
Father of Rev. Arthur B. Schute, ’60
Julia Suty
Mother of Leon M. Suty, ’82
Former Faculty & Staff
Robert I. Gannon
Former hockey coach; father of Christopher
Gannon, ’87 and Peter Gannon, ’91
Thomas F. McManus, S.J.
Former assistant librarian and advancement
staff member
Charles J. Rooney
Prep Legend and former mathematics
teacher; father of Matthew A. Rooney, ‘67
and Charles J. Rooney, ‘69
Alumni Weddings
Shane Byrne, ’02 & Rachel Kurkowski,
June 26, 2010
Mike Urbanovich, ’00 & Alexandra Immediate,
July 17, 2010
Jim Supple, ’01 & Alison Van Coverden,
July 24, 2010
Robin Edwin, ’97 & Inga Gurevich,
August 15, 2010
Births And Adoptions
Pat Fitzpatrick, ’96 and wife Sarah:
Son Patrick Francis Xavier, September 11, 2009
Jeff Kokosinski, ’93 and wife Laurie:
Son Nicholas Paul, March 24, 2010
Al Rinaldi, ’98 and wife Lara:
Son Anthony Joseph, May 8, 2010
Joe Guarino, ’86 and wife Maria:
Son Riley Joseph, May 10, 2010
Joe Casazza, ’95 and wife Marisa:
Twin daughters Olivia Rose and Gianna Marie,
May 17, 2010
Family of Faculty & Staff
Albert Brenkert
Father of faculty member
Benjamin Brenkert, S.J.
Carlos M. García
Father of faculty member Ana García
John J. Keenan, S.J.
Cousin of former Prep president
James F. Keenan, S.J.
Ethel Zucconi
Widow of former Prep coach and member
of the Hall of Fame Joseph Zucconi†
Grace Kloza, the daughter of Jennifer
and Adam Kloza, ’94, was baptized in
Columbus, Ohio in the spring. “She is an
absolute joy,” wrote the proud Prep papa
when he sent in this photo.
† Deceased
Thomas F. McManus, S.J.,
1932-2010
The Prep community was saddened this summer by the death of Thomas
F. McManus, S.J., a member of the staff at Grand & Warren from 1997
until 2009. Fr. McManus, who entered the Society of Jesus in 1950 and
was ordained in 1963, died on June 9 at the age of 78. During his time
at Prep, he served in numerous roles – assistant librarian, switchboard
operator and advancement office volunteer among them. Whatever his
duties, Fr. McManus performed them all thoroughly and methodically, with a
healthy dose of the warmth and dry wit that made him a favorite among his
colleagues. His dedication and good humor will surely be missed.
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For tickets and additional information,
visit www.spprep.org/HOF2010
The 2010 Inductees:
The Fourth
Saint Peter’s Prep
Athletic
Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony
& Dinner
November 4, 2010
6:30 pm
Mike Burgess Track & Field Coach
Jack Cassedy, ’48 Track
Jim Deveney, ’53 Baseball & Basketball
Doug Gronda, ’86 Wrestling & Football
Mike Hurley, ’56 Football
John Irvine, ’83, P’11 Soccer Player & Coach
Tony Mendolla, ’62 Football
Jerry Vayda, ’52 Basketball & Baseball (posthumous)
Saint Peter’s Prep
Jersey City, New Jersey
The Prep Alumni Association
Ignatian Speaker Series presents
“What’s Special About Ignatius... for Us Today?”
,
John O Malley, S.J.
University Professor of Theology,
Georgetown University
The acclaimed author of The First Jesuits and
What Happened at Vatican II, Fr. O’Malley
has been described as “the dean of American
historians of Christianity.”
Wednesday, December 8 – 7:00 p.m.
,
O Keefe Commons
(Grand & Van Vorst Streets)
,
Saint Peter s Prep
For more information, contact Tony Azzarto, S.J., alumni chaplain,
at 201-547-6412 or [email protected]
Saint Peter’s Preparatory School
144 Grand Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
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October
50th Reunion Weekend, Class of 1960
November
Arrupe Lecture Series
Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
O’Keefe Commons
Annual Fund Phonathon
October 15-17
November 1-5
November 4
6:30 p.m.
November 10 & 11, 16 & 17
Siperstein Library
6:00 p.m.
Prep Admissions Calendar
Parents’ Association Fashion Show & Luncheon November 21
Mayfair Farms, West Orange, New Jersey
Young Alumni JUG Night
O’Keefe Commons
11:00 a.m.
November 24
7:30 p.m.
December
Prep Alumni Association Ignatian
Speaker Series: John O’Malley, S.J.
O’Keefe Commons
Parents’ Association Christmas Party
O’Keefe Commons
Prep Band and Chorus Christmas Concert
O’Keefe Commons
January
Prep Dramatics Winter Play
Roy Irving Theater, Saint Peter’s College
Dramatics Homecoming
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Fall Open House
December 8
7:00 p.m.
December 10
6:30 p.m.
December 12
2:00 p.m.
January 7-9
8 p.m.
January 7
Friday, October 8, 2010
COOP Exam registration deadline
Friday, November 5, 2010
COOP Exam in Newark Archdiocese &
Paterson Diocese
Monday, November 15, 2010
Application materials due at Prep
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Financial Aid application due
McIntyre Lounge, Saint Peter’s College (after the play)
February
Family Communion Brunch:
Timothy Lannon, S.J.
Location TBA
April
The 144 Grand Gala
The Westin Jersey City
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Admissions decisions mailed
February 28
10:30 a.m.
April 9
6:00 p.m.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Accepted Students’ Reception
2:00 – 4:00pm
Saturday, February 5, 2011
Registration for the Class of 2015