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- Alter High School
FALL 2015
RoundTable
the
Founded on Faith.
Preserved with Pride.
Sustained by Spirit.
A publication for alumni, current & past parents, and friends of Alter High School
For the love
of Alter
VISION & STRATEGY
From the President
page 2
From Advancement
page 4
ALTER LIFE
Athletic Update
Class of 2019
Open House
pages 6-8
ALUMNI NEWS
Alter Reunions pages 9-12
Timothy Lu ‘07 page 13
Alex Finke ‘08 pages 14-15
Hall of Fame pages 16-18
ANNUAL REPORT
2015
pages 21-34
Fiscal Report page 35
VISION
&
STRATEGY
From the President
Father James Manning
New Wine Needs New Skins
There is a passage in the Gospels where
Jesus says: “No one pours new wine into old
wineskins. Otherwise, the new wine will burst
the skins, and it will be spilled, and the skins
will be ruined. Rather, new wine must be
poured into fresh wineskins.”
As many of you know, I am not only the
President of Alter High School but also the
Pastor of St. Mary Parish in Franklin. As a priest
for the past 40 years, I go wherever I have been
called. Vocation is not just a choice but a Godgiven calling. A calling is much deeper than
choice and brings so much more purpose to
one’s life, and with purpose there follows peace
and joy.
My parish is presently relocating our church to
Springboro and is being built on Yankee Road.
The church is twenty percent completed and on
schedule and budget. The target for completion
is the beginning of June 2016. I will be 68 years
old by then. Our parish boundary is estimated
to become the second fastest area of growth in
the state of Ohio over the next few years.
Father Jim at the new St. Mary’s site in Springboro
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Because of all of this, I feel called by God to
become a full time pastor with the completion of
this new church in Springboro. This means that I
will no longer function as the President of Alter
High School -- effective this coming summer of
2016. I have been working with the Archdiocese
and the Board of Trustees this past year on the
structures for this “Year of Transition” at Alter
High School.
Perhaps the accomplishment of which I am most
proud throughout the past eleven years is the
establishment of a strong Executive Leadership
Team to work with me. My four direct reports
are the Principal, the Business Manager, the
Director of Institutional Advancement, and the
Facilities Coordinator. The Archdiocese and the
Board of Trustees fully endorse Lourdes Lambert
as my replacement -- not as the President of the
School but as the Principal-CEO. This assures
that we will have an educator at the top of the
organization working with and responsible to
the Board of Trustees. This also assures that her
gifts as an educator in curriculum and classroom
accountability will be maintained.
This transition from the President-Principal
model to the Principal-CEO model involves
a change in school governance which has
now been approved by the Archbishop and
the Archdiocese. This past spring Lourdes
Lambert and I met twice with Dr. Rigg, the
Superintendent of Catholic Schools in the
Archdiocese of Cincinnati, and once with
Archbishop Schnurr. Quite a few schools in
our Archdiocese have made this transition in
governance and have found it to be effective
and successful. On a personal and pastoral
note, the Archbishop suggests that I may not
have to end my relationship with Alter but
perhaps change that relationship. He perceives
that my chaplaincy to the youth at Alter was not
only a benefit to the school but also life-giving
to my priesthood. In all honesty, that part of the
transition I have not yet prayerfully discerned.
I can say that the Board and I fully believe that
Lourdes Lambert has been called by God to this
position of leadership at Alter High School. She
too believes that she is following her God-given
call in life and that vocation is deeper than choice.
As a priest in an Archdiocese that has term limits
and having been through many transitions before,
I can honestly and humbly say that succession
planning is all about planning for success; there is
no one I would want more to take my place than
Lourdes. In this “Year of Transition” at Alter High
School, I will do all that I can to help her but will
humbly do all so as not to interfere as she paves
the way for a new day here at Alter. New wine
does need new skins. Under her leadership, I know
and believe that Alter has a bright future.
Jesus also teaches that the first will be last and
that the last will be first. I would like to make
my last year here at Alter my best year here at
Alter. I would like to bring completion to the
capital campaign we initiated a few years back
and FINISH THE JOB by doing something for the
arts -- as they deserve our best. Alter has already
made our statement on academics and athletics;
we need to make our statement on the arts. We
have such skilled people here in the arts and they
deserve better facilities. I would like to put my final
energies this year into this adventure.
I have enjoyed my eleven years here at Alter
and I thank everyone for your love, support, and
cooperation. God is calling me to spend my golden
years in the priesthood before retirement as a
full time pastor. Those of you who already know
about this transition have expressed how happy
you are for me and that you wish me well in this
new phase of my life. Now that everyone knows, I
believe and pray that many will be wishing me the
same. As we all know from our lives, vocation is
not just a choice but a God-given calling.
Father Jim at the 2015 Baccalaureate Mass
Father Jim pictured with Principal, Lourdes Lambert
Father catches a ride with Dr. Tim Quinn ‘69 and Joe Petrocelli
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VISION
&
STRATEGY
From the Advancement Director
Rick Willits ‘88
AlterFest ‘15: For the Love of Alter
Allan Beam ‘83 and John Jansing, along with their executive
team, led another successful AlterFest over Labor Day
Weekend. How Allan and John came to be the chairs of
the Fest this year is a story in and of itself. In most years,
next year’s Fest chair is named shortly after AlterFest ends
and they have even shadowed the event. It’s not that Allan
and John were strangers to AlterFest. Allan has worked in
food and cooked chicken for many years, and in the last
few years was part of set up and tear down. He shadowed
Tom Frericks ’73 in operations in 2014. John, a past parent
to three graduates, had also worked in many areas of
AlterFest, but primarily in the food area. Tom and Jennifer
‘84 Kendo initially approached John to be the chair, but
he said he would only do it with a co-chair. It was at the
Hurtubise wedding that Tom and Grace Frericks mentioned
to John that Allan Beam might be a great co-chair. Then
came the graduation speech that brought it all together.
Dr. Jim Rigg spoke to the graduates and their families,
which included the Beam’s son, Adam and the Jansing’s
daughter, Libby. Dr. Rigg said, “In life there are givers and
takers.” He encouraged them to go through life and be
givers. Allan found himself talking to John at a grad party
about the speech and their conversation turned to the
Boosters and AlterFest. At that moment they became even
bigger givers and partnership was born.
Allan Beam and Bart Nye with the Heads & Tails Winners
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A rainbow brought some luck to AlterFest ‘15 set up.
They called it the merge of the old and the new. I spoke
to John about his take-a-ways from the experience this
past year, and he was filled with awe and gratitude. Awe
in watching people come back to set up for a three day,
30,000 person event. People like Tom and Grace Frericks,
Rick Woeste ’73 (and family), Willie Bruns ‘68, Shawn
Cochran ‘75, Dick Lehman, Dave & Steve Reeves, Tom
DeMange, Bart Nye and others. As John aptly stated,
“they just show up and know what needs to be done. It’s
really amazing.” Gratitude for the people who stepped
up to fill holes in many areas because of the shorter
timeline this year. “I could sit here and name a hundred
people who helped make this successful”, said John. 98%
of the student body at Alter work a shift at the Fest, as
do Alter faculty and staff. There was also gratitude for
the new volunteers and the many hours put in to make
the fest a success once again this year. It was neat to see
younger engagement in the workforce. Allan recruited
his SDK youth basketball kids to help with the thankless
job of doing trash. Allan also spoke very highly and was
very appreciative of having John Schimpf ’88 assist with
AlterFest operations. There was also some sadness, as
people that have given many years to the Fest, stepped
back this year to let others learn the ropes. We saw the
transition from Billy Schoen to Ken Tankersley, as one
example. Billy is a pillar of Alter and was here when the
first tents went up over 25 years ago. It truly is a labor of
love of Alter for all involved over Labor Day Weekend and
we thank you for your support.
ALTERFEST 2015 ANOTHER SUCCESS!
There aren’t very many communities that can host 30,000 people in one weekend,
but Alter certainly can! It took thousands of hours, countless chicken dinners, and
hundreds of volunteers to host a very successful weekend with a reported gross of
over $437,000. The net funds will support the boosters’ ongoing facility improvements here at Alter. Thank you to John Jansing, Allan Beam, John Schimpf, and all
the Division Chairs and volunteers for making this another memorable AlterFest!
2015 AlterFest Chairs:
John Jansing and Allan Beam ‘83
Fr. Manning & Principal Lourdes Lambert
in the Flash Mob Dance
AlterFest: Fun, Food, Games, Rides,
and Music for everyone!
It all started with a famous chicken dinner ....
Over 45 years ago, Urb Goeke suggested a chicken BBQ as a fundraiser
at Alter. He worked for a chicken farm in Versailles and he could
get the chickens dressed and ready
to BBQ. We knew it would be a lot
of work, but we had a good bunch of
volunteers willing to work. Urb
and I were in charge of getting the
pits set up and the cooking. Urb
did most of the planning, but my job
was to set it all up and line up the
volunteers to work whatever they
could to cover from ten in the morning til seven at night on Labor Day.
We met at the pits at 5:30 Monday
morning to put in the charcoal and
get it lit. I can still hear Urb
say “if a bomb went off, we would
be the only ones killed.” I don’t
remember just what time we put
the chickens on, but we had plenty
by eleven o’clock. After the parade, the customers poured in and
we didn’t let up until seven that
night. We learned as we went as to
how long to let the chicken cook.
We only had one time we got behind
and people had to wait for chicken.
Urb told me if I could hold my hand
over the fire and count to three, I
needed to add mor charcoal. When
the chicken had to be turned,
one rack was put on top of the
other, and with a dozen chickens, sometimes we would lose
one or two. A few helpers never did get the hang of it and
we had to find something else
for them to do. Urb had a long
pair of tongs to get the chicken
out. We brushed it off, put on
more sauce and continued cooking. I walked home that night,
my clothes smelled so bad with
smoke I didn’t want it in my
car. In face my wife met me at
the door and had me strip and
put my clothes in the trash can
and I went right to the shower.
I breathed so much smoke, I was
sick for two day. Tuesday, we
went back to tear own the pits
and stacked the blocks back on
skids so they could be picked
up. We served 5,000 dinners the
first year.
I met the man that had the racks
to see if we could ocme up with
a better way to turn them and
not lose chicken. It would
take twice as many racks, but
I suggested we hinge two racks
together, take the handle off
one side and put the rod in the
center so we could just roll them
over. He made them and the next
year it went a lot better. The
next year, instead of one long
pit, we had four short ones so
we could go from one side to the
other. We had one pit not as
hot so if we got ahead, we could
keep the chicken warm and keep on
cooking on the other pits. Urb
found our from a doctor if we
drank buttermilk, we wouldn’t get
sick from the smoke. I took a
small drink every half hour and
it worked.
As told by Norm Brinkman
(Father of Dan Brinkman ‘71)
FALL 2015
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ALTER
LIFE
spring recap
IT’S A track
at state
GOOD DAY
TO BE A
KNIGHT!
The girls 4x800 track team won their
back to back state championship!
Congratulations to Kyly Borton, Perri
Bockrath, Kristen Petrovsky, and
Abby Nichols!
According to various sports rankings that came out in September:
Alter Football #3 in the State
Alter Girls Soccer #4 in the State
Alter Boys Soccer #9 in the State
Alter Girls Volleyball #3 in the Area Coaches Poll of Division 1 & 2
Girls Cross Country #2 in the State
volleyball state champs
The Alter Boys Volleyball team successfully defended their 2014 state
championship at Capital University
in Columbus.
softball success
Alter wins over Fairmont for the 11th year in a row
Alter Boys Soccer ties rival Centerville 1-1
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Alter Girls Soccer ties rival Centerville 1-1
Girls Volleyball triumphs over Carroll
GCLC All Conference First Team:
Allison Brunner - 3rd year recipient
Anamarie Black
Madisyn Wamsley
GCLC All Conference Second Team:
Maria Mosconi - 2nd year recipient
Maddie Carlson
Allison Brunner lead the entire conference in batting average, on base
percentage, and stolen bases.
welcome
Class of
2019
156 students from 24
different schools comprise
the incoming Alter freshmen
class. Many are receiving
scholarships made
possible through your
generous gifts to the
Annual Fund.
Ascension
Zoe Miller
Belmont
Jajuan Worthy
Bishop Leibold
Ashley Vosler
Madelyn Noga
Abigail Stover
Caleb Thomas
Connor Hayes
Daniel Wilson
Eleanor Wild
Elissa Mariani
Grace Eberhart
Katherine Kernan
Mason Willis
Mollie Springer
Nathan Beech
Nicholas Plummer
Stacey Mata
Dayton Academy
Dae’Jour Baker
Dayton Leadership Academy Daniel O’Connell
David Switala
Micah West
Dominic Ruffolo
Brandon Montanari
Elizabeth Gatzulis
Elizabeth Ziegman
Dayton View Academy
Emily Henley
John Bivens III
Ethan Ditzel
Frederick (Derek) Willits
DECA
Grace Bradley
Sahkiya Sims
Grace Haines
Grant Grunder
Edwin Joel Brown
Haley Hall
Ryan Brown
Haley Lamb
Hannah Hall
Emerson Academy
Ian Cavanaugh
Christen Dixon
Jack DiMario
Jack Miller
Home School
Jessie Haaker
Noah Bucy
John Erbaugh
Immaculate Conception John Taylor
Joseph Beam
Andrew Wehner
Josh Mouse
Brice Sibomana
Julia Paley
Denver Hicks
Julianna Habel
Kaylin Roshong
Incarnation
Kevin Barhorst
Abigail Carruth
Liam Simms
Aidan Petrello
Lindsay Brown
Alec Brodbeck
Luke Dinkins
Alexander Polatajko
Mark Edsall
Andrew Bidwell
Matthew Duplain
Andrew Houpt
Morgan Blalock
Andrew Pojman
Nicholas Kreusch
Anna Sciarretti
Nicholas Schmitt
Aubrey Syron
Payton Herres
Austin Helm
Philip Lamoureux
Benjamin Conroy
Pierce Blalock
Benjamin Hale
Rachel Hawley
Caitlin Carruth
Robert Girmann
Cameran Ryan
Rosemary Wildermuth
Caroline Rand
Ryan Kreill
Cat Hart
Sara Yacoub
Christian Kuntz
Sean Simas
Christopher Eustace
Stephen Harker
Christopher Miller
Claire Rueth
John XXIII
Chloe Hill
Ashley Waker
Benjamin Rodman
Chelsey Gehring
Claire Thompson
Mother Brunner
Clifford Thorstenson
Courtni Jackson
Gabriella Mosconi
Malik Allen
Grace Eisenhauer
N. Dayton School of Discovery Grace Thorstenson
Antwann Martin
Jack Issler
Jacob Sheidler
Pathway School of Discovery Jordan Hill
Carli Mann
Kala Gillis
Katherine Mescher
Springboro Junior HS
Keenan Callejo
Brooklyn Brunner
Kourtney Klug
Luke Howard
St. Albert
Madison Rooney
Kevin Leibold
Maria Meibers
Michael Alig
Marisha Osowski
Ryan Mangin
Nick Ledford
Chloe Woodie
Peter Riazzi
Christina Braun
Riley Francis
Colleen Glavic
Robert Klosterman
Connor Bazelak
Scott McHenry
Connor Meyer
Stephanie Shewhart
Dakota Hyatt
Susan Issenmann
Emily Foppe
Tanner Lapp
Emma Gehret
Theodore Hart
Hannah Overton
William Shouse
Luke Ewald
Zachary Carlson
Madison Bratton
Megan Spears
St. Michael (IN)
Molly O’Neill
Luke Ruff
Morgan Cruset
Nicoletta Anuci
STEM
Oliver Brenner
Riley Mason
Stephanie Rowland
Thornburg Middle
St. Benedict de Moor
Robert Wright
Tyrann Thomas
Wakeland
St. Charles
Chloe Crotty
Amy Hess
Andrew Hornick
FALL 2015
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ALTER
LIFE
ARCHBISHOP ALTER HIGH SCHOOL
OPEN HOUSE!
Sunday, November 15th 1-4pm
6th through 12th Graders and Families
2015 ALTER GRADUATES:
80% of graduates offered
million in
scholarships
18.3
%
100
$
SAT average
Participation in
Christ-centered Retreats,
Integrated Service Learning
#
2
1201
2
Military Academy
Appointments
Ranking of Ohio Private Schools
in the Washington Post: America’s
Most Challenging High Schools
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Every Alter Student
takes the ACT test
with an average composite of:
99
%
attending
college this fall
1 US Military
1 Professional Ballerina
s t em
Governors Award for Excellence
in STEM Education
For information call 937.428.5394 or register online:
alterhs.org/openhouse
AlumniConnection
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From the Director of Alumni Relations
Kim Graf ‘88 Schimpf
As I start my third year as the Alumni Director here at Alter,
I continue to be impressed with our students, our alums,
and our community. Our students…… I’m amazed. They
are driven, smart, and utterly focused on success. Involved
in a million activities, they still make faith a way of life and
academics a priority. I want our alums to know how incredible
the students are here at OUR school.
For the love of Alter
REUNIONS
I’m also proud of our alums. You all have accomplished so
much! I’ve enjoyed learning your passions for Alter, your
opinions on what we can do to improve, your personal
successes, and how you want to help. This past AlterFest, I
was full of appreciation seeing so many alums volunteering,
stopping by the Alumni Lounge to say hello, and reuniting with
friends. Many of you chaired and attended your fun reunions,
and many of you made donations to our Advantage Fund,
which helps us work with these wonderful students in the best
environment possible. Thank you for all you do!
We have something special here in our school community,
and I want you all to see what I see every day! I also want
our students to see and hear of your success. As I realize the
accomplishments of both our students and our alums, I’m
more committed than ever to say Alter is a true gem. Please
contact me set up a tour of the school, to talk about your
experiences, to nominate a fellow alum for our Hall of Fame,
or to discuss what a difference you can make by giving back to
Alter.
Please review our alumni giving history in the subsequent
pages; our overall participation is just 9%. Imagine what a
difference we could make if the remaining 91% of our alums
each made a $25/year to our alma mater! Imagine if more
alums came back and spoke with our students about their
careers – or served as a point of contact our Connections
Program. Imagine how much stronger we would be!
1975 REUNION
1985 REUNION
Please help me create an alumni contingent who serves as the
backbone of OUR Alter High School. As alums, it is OUR job to
ensure the longevity and success of Alter. We can do this in a
number of different ways - - but we must do it together. I look
forward to hearing from you!
KIM GRAF ’88 SCHIMPF
(937)428-5305
[email protected]
1990 REUNION
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The highlight of the Alterfest is always seeing so many
my 1968 classmates and other Alumni. This year we did
something new. We as a class are turning 65, so we got
together at Alterfest Saturday night in the Alumni area. I
recommend all classes do this for your birthdays since it
falls between your 5 year reunions. All you need to do is
send out one email announcing the gathering.
Willie Bruns ’68 (Ridgefield, WA)
1973 BIRTHDAY
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1968 BIRTHDAY
For the love of
1970 REUNION
1975 REUNION
1980 REUNION
ALTER REUNIONS
Even though we may go years
without being in touch, we
are “Knights Forever” and can
reconnect immediately. Our love
for Alter and our classmates
makes us want to come back
every 5 years or sooner if we
can organize “mini-reunions”,
when out of town classmates
are in town.
1985 REUNION
Mike Wildenhaus ’75
(Kennesaw, GA)
It’s always great to
reconnect and see how
much changes and stays the
same in between reunions.
This reunion was our best.
Andrea Schreck Price ’75
(Centerville, OH)
Dear Class Reunion
Committee,
Thank you SO SO SO much
for all your hard work! The
reunion was perfect—exactly
what I needed for my heart
and soul.
Coming home to Alter
means coming home to
friends for life. I’ve been
lucky to have relationships
built when I was 15
last until I’m 50+! It’s
something rare, and we all
know how lucky we are. It
was terrific to see so many
’80 faces looking so good
and having so much fun. Thanks Class of 1980!
Midge Kuntz Wegener ’80
(Wilmette, IL)
Mary Beth Sjostrom’75
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ALUMNI
NEWS
1990 REUNION
The best part of “coming home”
for my 25th Alter reunion
was seeing how enthusiastic
and evergrowing the Alter
community still is. I really
enjoyed connecting not only
with my classmates but also
with alumni from various other
years.
Anna Iwinski Sutter ’90 (Tucker, GA)
I always love to come home on
Labor Day Weekend to go to the
Alterfest, but this year was special
as it was my 20 year reunion. The
best part? Spending time with
some of my best of friends who
still make me laugh as much now
as they did when we were 14 year
olds!
Melissa Tytko Andretta ‘95
(San Francisco, CA)
Seeing all of my classmates at the reunion showed me
how those friendships, created so long ago, are unique
and special even today. Being able to go years without
seeing someone, and then pick up a conversation as soon
as you see them, is pretty cool.
Mike Nolan ‘90 (Cincinnati, OH)
1995 REUNION
Seeing so many familiar friendly faces….catching
up on everyone’s life activities…giggling about old
times ….and the group selfies!!!
Christine Ireton Lally ’95 (Houston, TX)
2000 REUNION
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ALUMNI
NEWS
Timothy Lu ‘07
Miami University, B.A., East Asian Languages and Culture
Operation Smile program officer, overseeing activities in
Thailand and Vietnam
What began as a simple interest in foreign language became the catalyst
leading Tim down a mission-driven professional path. An East Asian
language & culture major, Tim studied under the best Mandarin teachers
of the East and West which, in 2012, led him to Operation Smile—a team
of determined innovators dedicated to providing healthcare to the poorest
third of the global population. He has planned and pioneered international medical programs in partnership with national governments and
health professionals from countries that have included China, Democratic
Republic of the Congo, Nicaragua and Myanmar. Tim’s mission of combating global health inequality continues today as a program officer, where
he oversees Operation Smile’s strategic and programmatic activities in
Vietnam and Thailand. The common denominator in Tim’s life is neither
China nor surgery; rather, it is the opportunity to be able to serve the underserved—wherever in the world—with both passion and purpose.
Source: miamialum.org
2019 LEGACY: CHILDREN OF ALTER ALUMNI
1st Row: Colleen Glavic (Jim ’86), Gabriella Mosconi (Tony ’83), Pierce Blalock (Kara Parente ’86), Matt Duplain (Todd ’92, Suzanne Zimmer ’92),
Aidan Petrello (Coleen Walsh ’84), Nick Kreusch (Suzie Cerar ’89), Andrew Bidwell (Lisa Kirkland ’86), Katie Kernan (Tim ’85), Morgan Blalock (Kara
Parente ’86), Elizabeth Ziegman (Debbie Tucker ’85), Christina Braun (Tracey Scott ’85), Madison Rooney (Emily Singer ’98)
2nd Row: Christopher Hayes (Marie Beck ’86), Emily Henley (Greg ’84), Claire Rueth (Rick ’86, Peggy Eisenhauer ’87), Peter Riazzi (John ’81), Kaylin
Roshong (Julia Conway ’86), Kourtney Klug (Mark ’69), Stephanie Rowland (Barb Strady ’83), Dominic Ruffolo (Rick ’86), Keenan Callejo (Arabella
Naguit ’89), Ryan Mangin (Anita Ferneding ’82), Megan Spears (Bonnie Kinney ’88), Riley Francis (Maggie Paxson ’93), Mark Edsall (Mark ’83),
Grace Eisenhauer (Charles ’86, Susan Fiely ’86)
3rd Row: Ethan Ditzel (Doug ’74), Grant Grunder (Marty ’86), Kevin Leibold (Joseph ’93), Michael Alig (Tom ’88, Laura Beatty ’88), Joe Beam (Allan
’83, Lisa Britt ’81), Dan O’Connell (Matt ’78, Denise Abele ’78), Stephen Harker (Mike ’81, Michelle Misenko ’81), Connor Meyer (Tom ’88, Brenda
Ernst ’89), Derek Willits (Rick ’88), Nathan Beech (Carol Schaefer ’81), Christian Kuntz (Nick ’85), Josh Mouse (Sarah Alejandrino ’89), Tanner Lapp
(Brian ’87), Ian Cavanaugh (Stacey Sharp ’88)
Not Picture: Chloe Crotty (Jim ’72), Jordan Hill (Connie VanArsdale ’83)
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Dayton Daily News August 23, 2015
Muse Machine alum
Alex Finke will play
Cosette in New York
Alter grad from Centerville will make Broadway
debut in ‘Les Miz’
By Meredith Moss
Staff Writer
When her parents told her
that she wasn’t able to
accept the invitation to join a
competitive dance team due
to their family’s already-busy
schedule, fourth-grader Alex
Finke couldn’t help but be
disappointed. “If your goal
is to be on the Red Shoes
Dance Team, just keep
working at it,” her father
advised. “My goal isn’t to
be on the Red Shoes Dance
Alex Finke ‘08 performed at Alter’s
Knight of the Arts Winter Ball in January.
Team. My goal is to perform
on Broadway,” Finke responded. “Well, your mom and I don’t know
how to do that,” Jim Finke admitted. “But if you figure it out let us know
how we can help, and we’ll support you.”
Over the years, Alex Finke has apparently figured it out. On Tuesday
evening, Sept. 1 , Jim and Suzanne Finke will be sitting in New York’s
Imperial Theatre watching their daughter make her Broadway debut as
Cosette in the new production of “Les Miserables,” the popular musical
based on Victor Hugo’s classic novel.
When reached by phone earlier this week at her home in Harlem, Alex
Finke said the reality of the situation was just beginning to hit her. “I’m
pinching myself daily,” said the Alter High school and Muse Machine
alum who grew up in Centerville and is remembered for her leading
roles in a number of musicals. “Since I moved to New York I’ve seen
tons of shows and have friends in some of them. I always dreamed it
could be me.”
Yet even in her wildest dreams, she never imagined she’d be starring
in “Les Miz.” “It’s such a beloved show in the musical theater canon, I
thought it was completely unattainable,” Finke said. “It’s been done all
over the world!”
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LANDING THE PART
It was in May that Finke’s agent called to say he’d secured an
appointment for her to audition for the important role. It’s Cosette
who is pictured on all of the promotional materials about the show. “I
always get nervous before auditions and every show,” said Finke, who
was asked to sing “In My Life,” and “A Heart Full of Love,” two “Les
Miz” classics. She was called back for a second audition a week later.
“There are so many auditions and call-backs and rejections that you
have to know how much of yourself you can give to getting excited too
soon,” she explained. “I just wanted to do my best. I called my parents
afterwards and told them I felt positive about the audition. Everyone
behind the table was very kind.”
Her final callback was videotaped for producer Cameron Macintosh
who was unable to be there. Then, on a Saturday in June while
shopping at a grocery store, Finke got a message from her agent
asking her to call back right away. “He said he had good news and bad
news and that he’d give me the bad news first,” she said. “Remember
when you auditioned for Anne Frank in Pennsylvania a week ago?”
he asked. “Well, you didn’t get the part. But remember when you
auditioned for the part of Cosette in ‘Les Miz?’ “ You got it!”
After bursting into tears, Finke called to share the news with her family
via Skype. Since that memorable day, she’s been busy with contract
negotiations, costume fittings and preparing for the new role. Last week
for the first time in her life, she saw “Les Miz.”
“The cast and creative team teased me about the fact I had never seen
it,” she said. “After the second day of rehearsal, the stage manager
took me out in the audience. I loved it!”
The play affected her, she said, on a number of levels. “I had a moment
as Act 1 came to a close and the audience started cheering mid-way
through ‘One Day More’ where I fully realized what this show means to
audiences,” she explained. “I sat there with tears streaming down my
face, so honored to be joining the talented company and to have my
voice be a tiny part of the legacy of this show.”
Finke will share the stage with other September replacements: Tony
Award-nominee Montego Glover will assume the role of Fantine;
internationally-acclaimed tenor Alfie Boe will take over the role of Jean
Valjean. “We rehearse on the stage of the Imperial Theatre each
Thursday and Friday, and it is surreal to look out to an empty Broadway
house and think that in just a short couple of weeks there will be people
in the seats and I will actually be performing in a Broadway show,” she
says. “I’m just trying to soak everything in and enjoy each second.”
BECOMING COSETTE
In order to prepare for her new role, Finke has been studying the score
and making her way through Hugo’s book. “The novel is so rich and
full of detail and there is so much in the book that is excluded from the
show,” she said. “There is a depth to Cosette that is hard to condense
into the material she sings. She has lived a life of seclusion because
Valjean (her father) is always trying to escape police. Her father is her
entire world and when she meets Marius, her world opens up. The
entire trajectory of her life changes due to their attraction and he sets
the wheels in motion that make her question her life, her father, and the
life she’s led up to that point.”
THE EARLY YEARS
Those who worked with Finke during her high school years aren’t at
all surprised at her exciting news. “Broadway audiences will simply
see and realize what we have been fortunate to enjoy for years,” says
Muse Machine producer Douglas Merke. “The remarkable thing about
Alex is that she is such a genuine and instinctive actor that she makes
you forget she’s performing, she’s a great musician.” Merke worked
with Finke when she portrayed Peter in Muse’s “Peter Pan” and Millie
in “Thoroughly Modern Millie” — where she starred with Micah Stock,
another Muse alum-turned Broadway-star. She was twice awarded The
Human Race Theatre’s Stephen Schwartz Musical Theatre Scholarship
After high school — where she starred in Alter musicals — Finke went
on to attend the University of Michigan’s musical theater program.
It was after her 2012 senior showcase in New York that she found
an agent and was asked to audition for the Roundabout Theatre
Company’s national tour of “Anything Goes.” Though Finke initially
tried out for an ensemble role, she ended up being cast in the leading
role of Hope Harcourt and traveled the country for a year. “I loved doing
that show and never got tired of it,” she said. “I was paid to see the
country, the cast became my family, and the show had a new energy
each week because every week we had a new city and a new audience
to respond to it.”
Alex Finke’s curtain call as Cosette in “Les Miserables”
The challenge of touring was that there weren’t days off. “Living out
of a suitcase can also get a little old,” said Finke. “While I love an
adventure, I can be a bit of a homebody, so it was difficult for me
feeling like I couldn’t put down roots anywhere.”
MOVING TO MANHATTAN
After the tour closed, Finke began to put down roots in New York. Over
the past year and a half, she’s worked regionally — in “Footloose” in
Pittsburgh, in “the Unsinkable Molly Brown” in Denver, and in staged
readings of new musicals. Between acting jobs she’s been making
New York home by finding other activities she loves. She’s worked as
a coach for Musical Theatre College Audition, a company that helps
high school students prepare for auditioning for theater programs at
the college level. She’s also a volunteer and on the associate board
of The Covenant House, an international organization dedicating to
helping homeless youth. This Monday night she participated in The
2015 Broadway Sleep Out, an experience Finke calls “powerful” and
“emotional.” “About 70 members of the Broadway community raised
over $265,000 for the homeless youth of Manhattan,” she explained.
“We spent the night sleeping outside of Covenant House in a sleeping
bag with a piece of cardboard, meeting the kids who live there and
learning their dreams and goals. Their stories of resilience are truly
inspiring.”
LOOKING BACK
Finke, who returned to town to perform with Muse Machine in the
summer of 2014, insists there’s no way she would be pursuing her
dream without the love and support she’s always been shown by the
Dayton community. She credits Muse Machine with bringing her out
of her shell, giving her confidence, and helping her discover who she
was as a performer. “Before Muse Machine, I had not really been in
Alex Finke soars in the air as the boy who never grew up in the
Muse Machine’s production of “Peter Pan”
situations with a community of young people interested in the same
things I was,” she explained. “Everyone was from different schools
and different backgrounds. Without Muse Machine, I might never have
realized that theater was a serious career option. They not only showed
me that it was a path I could take, but showed me how and supported
me.”
Since the “Les Miz” casting announcement was made, Finke has been
overwhelmed with congratulatory calls, texts, emails and posts from
Dayton. “Equally touching is knowing I received similar sentiments
when I have been between jobs and grinding it out auditioning,” she
adds. “I’ve grown up feeling like I’ve had a hometown full of personal
cheerleaders, and its has been fun to share this news with so many
people who have always shown care and taken interest. I am so
grateful.”
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Welcome to the alter hall of fame
We are proud to recognize the newest members of the Alter High School Alumni Hall of Fame. Each of these
individuals has achieved success in their professional careers, personal life, or through their athletic endeavors,
but all have modeled the Christian ideals that are the basis of an Alter education.
Darlene Saaler
Braunschweiger ’80
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS
Service has always been a key component of
Darlene Saaler Braunschweiger’s life. After
her Key Club service at Alter and graduating
from the University of Dayton, she worked
in school fundraising where she raised more
than $500,000 for books and classroom needs.
Darlene co-chaired fundraisers for the St.
Leonard Benevolent fund, is involved with
Operation Prom Dress at Epiphany Lutheran
Church, has served in various volunteer roles at
Alter over the years, and has been a member of
the Christ Child Society of Dayton for over 20
years, where she served on the Executive Board
and was President of that group for 3 years.
Since 2001, after being diagnosed with breast
cancer, Darlene not only continued her
volunteerism, she also became an advocate for
spreading the word for life after breast cancer.
For the past 12 years she has participated in the
Walk for Womens’ Wellness, raising $25,000
on her own to help women get necessary
mammograms and other help they may not
otherwise been able to afford. Many women
were uplifted when they received colorful
chemo caps Darlene made for them through
the Look Good/Feel Better program.
Darlene is a believer that to whom much is
given, much is expected. She knows that she
can’t change the world; however, by working
as a volunteer for a favorite cause and just
reaching out to those around her, she might
just be able to change a little corner of the
world. Darlene is the proud parent of Carl
Braunschweiger ’12, and she currently lives in
Centerville with her husband Steve.
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Carrie DeMange ’04
Joe Focke ’69
ATHLETIC ALUMNUS
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS
Carrie made her mark on the Alter Volleyball Team
ending with a record 396 kills during a season and 1,264
kills in a career, while breaking the state record for career
kill total. She was selected to Volleyball Magazine’s Fab 50
list, was a PrepVolleyball.com High School All-American,
was ranked No. 62 Senior Ace in the nation, and received
AAU All-America Honors. Carrie was first team allleague, all-district and all-area for all four seasons,
garnered first team all-state honors for three years, was
named the District 15 Player of the Year as a junior, and
was the first freshman ever in the GCL to receive Player
of the Year honors. Carrie helped lead the Knights to four
district championships and two Division II state titles. Off
the court she was named one of the five finalists for the
Rae Burick Women in Sports Award, received the Gerald
Bart Award for top female athlete at Alter, was nominated
for Who’s Who Among American High School Students,
and was honored for academic achievement all four years.
A four-time Regional Emmy Award Winner,
Joe Focke is known as the top human
interest television feature story reporter in
Tidewater Virginia. In 2014, The Virginia
Association of Broadcasters selected Joe as
Journalist of The Year. Carrie continued her volleyball career at Duke University
as the ACC’s all-time kills leader with 1,976 kills and
ACC Player of the Year, a total that was aided by four
consecutive seasons with more than 400 kills each year
and a school-record of 606 kills her senior year for an
ACC-leading average of 5.01 per game. This landed her
among the top 20 in the country. Carrie received three
straight first team All-ACC selections, and appeared on
the AVCA All-America Honorable Mention squad in
her last three years. She is one of just two Blue Devils in
school history to appear on the All-America team in three
different seasons.
Upon graduating, Carrie served as a Graduate Assistant
at the University of Dayton while earning her Master’s
Degree in Business Administration. She became UD’s
Volunteer Asst. Volleyball Coach from 2009-2011. Carrie
is currently a High School Varsity Head Coach and
works in the hospitality industry as an Executive Meeting
Manager at the Resort at Squaw Creek. Carrie is the
daughter of Tom and Mary DeMange, and she has three
siblings: Scott ’00, Angela ’95, and Jennifer.
After graduating from Ohio University in
1973 with a BSC in Radio Television, Joe
spent 40 years working in all aspects of local
television news. The last 30 years he worked
at WVEC-TV in Norfolk, Virginia where he
currently serves as a lead features reporter
and weekend anchor.
Joe developed two award winning special
projects for the TV station, both of which
turn 30 this year. He hosts and produces
the series titled “A Navy Christmas”, which
profiles difficult holiday separations endured
by military families. He travels the world
capturing thousands of U.S. Navy personnel
on long and lonely holiday deployments. He
also developed “Joe’s Job”, a weekly feature on
WVEC-TV News where he shines a light on
hard working Virginians and tries his hand
at doing their jobs.
Active in his community, Joe focuses on
hosting events like the annual St Gregory’s
Catholic Church Auction and Volunteer
Hampton Roads Awards Dinner. He
continues to display his strong values by
living as a Catholic husband, father, and
friend. Honesty and dignity shine through
at both home and work, and spending time
with his family is what he values most. Joe
is married to Cindy Butler of Hampton,
Virginia, and they have three children
Allison, Patrick and Adrianne.
Mark Graeser ’67
Kevin Griffith ’78
Alexis (Ali) Hausfeld Wolfe ’04
Mark was a three-year letter winner in Cross
Country and captain of the team his senior
year. He held the school record and was
the number one man on the first regionalqualifying team in Alter’s history. In fact,
in 1966, Mark was the first individual in
any sport at Alter to qualify for regional
competition. He was also a three year letter
winner in track and captain his senior year.
At graduation, Mark held school records in
the half mile, mile, two mile relay, four mile
relay, and distance medley relay. All relay
teams and individual times were highly rated
in the state.
Kevin Griffith was a three-year varsity letter
recipient in football as a middle linebacker
and guard. His senior year he was voted cocaptain and MVP. Kevin earned recognition
to the All Greater Dayton League First
Team and All Dayton Daily News First
Team. He received over twenty full football
scholarships from Division I schools, from
which he selected the University of Notre
Dame. In addition to his tremendous
football success, Kevin also lettered two
years in track and qualified for the Ohio state
track meet in the shot put.
Ali was a four year letter winner on the
volleyball and basketball teams at Alter.
She was captain of the volleyball state
championship teams in 2002 and 2003 and
also earned First Team All State honors those
years. She was a prepvolleyball.com high
school All-American and No. 33 “Senior
Ace”. Ali was also a part of the National
Honor Society and graduated 6th in her
class. ATHLETIC INDUCTEE
Mark went on to run cross country at Kent
State University and graduated with a
Bachelor of Architecture in 1973. He also
attended the International School of the Arts
in Florence, Italy. He practiced architecture
for 13 years after graduation, and then
served as Vice President of Danis leading
Design, Sales, and Marketing functions, until
retirement in 2012. Mark continued running
in various 5k and 10k races until 2013, when
it was calculated he had run 50,000 miles.
Mark has 3 children, Andrea (35), Patrick
(29), and Brian (26) and two grandchildren.
He currently resides in South Carolina.
ATHLETIC ALUMNUS
At Notre Dame, Kevin was a three-year
starter and letter winner at defensive end. He
led the Irish defensive linemen in tackles his
last two years and in QB sacks his last year.
He also knocked down 11 passes during
his career. In addition, Kevin was on the
Dean’s List and was named an Academic All
American. Kevin’s last game was as a college
all-star in the Japan Bowl College All Star
game in Tokyo. Unique by today’s standards,
Kevin proactively took himself out of the
NFL draft in order to pursue a career in law.
Currently, Kevin is a shareholder in the
Columbus office of Littler Mendelson,
which is based in San Francisco and is the
largest employment and labor law firm
in the United States with close to 1,100
employment and labor lawyers. Kevin is
married to Julie Rindler, M.D. (Alter class of
1979 and 2004 Alter Alumni Hall of Fame
Inductee.). They have four daughters: Kelly
(age 21), Amy (age 19), Carly (age 17) and
Molly (age 11).
ATHLETIC ALUMNUS
She continued to excel at Duke University
where she and her Alter teammate Carrie
DeMange earned full athletic scholarships
and were four year starters. During her
tenure, she was a four time All-American
selection, a three time First Team All ACC
selection, and earned ACC Player of the Year
her junior year. She set several records while
at Duke: All-Time Career Assists, Single
Season Assists, and Career Assists per Game.
She was on the ACC Academic Honor Roll
each year at Duke and was a two time ESPN
the Magazine Academic All American.
She graduated with a Bachelors of Science
degree, majoring in Biology.
Ali went on to attend medical school at the
Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of
Medicine. While at Stritch she was accepted
into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical
Society. She graduated Magna Cum Laude
in 2013 and earned the Gissur Brynjolfsson,
MD Award for Dedication and Commitment
to Achieving a Medical Education through
Perseverance in the Face of Challenges. Ali continues her career as a resident at
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical
Center. She is the inaugural member of a
combined residency program in Emergency
Medicine and Internal Medicine. She
recently wed one year ago to her wonderful
husband Matt, and lives with him and their
dog Cactus in Columbus. FALL 2015
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Anne Kearney ’85
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS
“Food of Love” is Chef Anne Kearney’s motto.
Fresh out of the Greater Cincinnati Culinary Art
Academy in 1988, Anne Kearney went to New
Orleans to work under the late Chef John Neal
at the acclaimed Bistro at the Maison de Ville
Hotel and later as his Sous Chef at Peristyle. She
then worked with superstar chef Emeril Lagasse.
Kearney spent most of the first two years sweating
it out on the cook line at Emeril’s restaurant. She
later moved behind the scenes, formulating recipes
for Lagasse’s television program Essence of Emeril,
in addition to developing and testing recipes for
his cookbook Louisiana: Real and Rustic. Anne’s
passion for hands-on food preparation remained,
and she sought an opportunity to return to work
in the kitchen by purchasing Peristyle in 1995.
The award-winning Kearney was just one of five
chefs honored each year from 1999-2002 with a
James Beard Foundation “Southeast Regional Best
Chef ” nomination, and she was awarded the title
of “Best Chef: South” in 2002. Anne continues to
be a consistent semi-finalist for the “Best Chef:
Great Lakes”.
In 2004, Anne and her husband Tom Sand (also an
Alter ’85 alum) sold Peristyle to return to Dayton
to be near family. They established Two Small
Tomatoes, their all-natural garden on the Kearney
family farm. Here, they explored the whole cycle
of “seed to harvest” with the plan to provide the
freshest produce available for the next restaurant.
By the fall of 2007, their new restaurant Rue
Dumaine, opened in Washington Township
serving Chef Anne’s Americanized version of
classically-styled French Provençal fare.
Her passion for culinary perfection and the “sense
of place” she feels in the kitchen, will always be
the cornerstones of her dedication to her chosen
career.
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Catherine A. Novelli ’75
Pete Jablonski
DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS
HONORED TEACHER/ADMINISTRATOR
After graduating from Tufts University in Boston and
The University of Michigan law school, Catherine
received a fellowship and studied international law at
the University of London. After receiving her LLM
(post doctorate in Law), Cathy earned a position in
the Commerce Department where she focused on
International Negotiation and Trade. She was the
youngest lawyer on the US/Canadian Free Trade
Agreement Negotiations team. Cathy was appointed as
the Director for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in
the Executive Office of the President just as conditions
in the Soviet Union began to change. Her first day on
the job was when there was a coup against the Soviet
President, Gorbachev.
During his 47 year career at Alter High School,
Pete Jablonski excelled as a teacher, administrator,
and educational leader. He loved the school
community like it was his family, and he dedicated
himself to promoting the school.
Cathy later became the Assistant U.S. Trade
Representative for all of Europe and the Mediterranean.
She coordinated U.S. trade and investment policy for
over 65 countries in Western Europe, Central Europe,
Russia, the Middle East, and Northern Africa. She was
in this role during the 9/11 attacks on the US, where she
quickly became responsible for our new trade strategy
with the Middle East.
Pete did many things behind the scenes for
volunteers, for the faculty and staff, and ultimately
for the students. He spearheaded various
initiatives throughout his career: Transportation
Coordinator, Plant Maintenance, North Central
Accreditation, and Standardized Testing to name
a few.
Cathy was later recruited away from government to
become a partner in a large law firm. It was there she
worked with one of her biggest clients, Apple. Steve
Jobs asked Cathy to become Vice President, Worldwide
Government Affairs at Apple to head an international
team responsible for Apple’s federal, international, and
state and local government relations and public policy.
She helped gain approval from the Chinese government
to sell the iPhone in China, amongst many other things.
On February 18, 2014, Catherine Novelli was sworn
in as Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth,
Energy, and the Environment for the United States
of America. She leads the State Department’s efforts
to develop and implement economic growth, energy,
ocean, environmental, and science technology policies
to promote economic prosperity and address global
challenges. She is also the State Department’s Senior
Coordinator for International Information Technology
Diplomacy.
Cathy lives in Virginia with her amazingly supportive
husband of 23 years, David, and their children Katie and
Daniel.
For some of his career, Pete served as Alter’s
Assistant Principal. During this time, he filled
in as Athletic Director and Interim Principal
numerous times. He won the students and faculty
over quickly with his inclusiveness and his ability
to touch everyone. As a government teacher, he
led the History Department into the computer age
as books and materials changed.
Pete was amazingly dependable and thoughtful
with a very strong work ethic. We are proud to
honor a man who has given his life to Alter.
The Hall of Fame
dinner will be held
October 1st at the
Presidential Banquet Center.
Please call (937) 434-2059
if you are interested in
tickets.
KNIGHTS FOREVER
Retired Teachers
Class Notes
Knights in Marriage
Andy Dorow ‘05 and Renee Angelo
‘05 Dorow were married June 13th at
Incarnation Church. Many Alter Alums
were there to celebrate with the couple
including: Molly Orendorf ‘05, Kristen
Angelo ‘07, Matt Dorow ‘08, TJ Dorow ‘11,
Nick Bertrams ‘05, and Nick Meyer ‘05.
While the current faculty were slaving
away, the retired teachers had lunch at
Maureen Willits’ house! Pictured are: Allyson Shank, Bonnie Walter, Carol
Williams, Jimmy Peters, Maureen Willits,
Marty Osterday, Patty Ellis, Jean Smith,
Joan Kolber, Lois Isaacs, Stan Troha, Judy
Bergstresser and Stephanie Larkin.
Several young alums enjoyed some pregame Notre Dame tailgating together
this fall. Pictured are Chris Finke ‘15,
Erik Albers ‘14, Thomas Alig ‘15, Emma
Bockrath ‘15, and Tommy Ruff ‘14.
Greg George ’89 traveled to New Jersey
this summer and met up with long-time
friend and classmate Jennifer Spoelker
Kelley ’89 while he was in town.
John Sammon ’88 finally tied the knot! He wed Devine Possert at a beautiful
wedding in Tampa, FL in May, 2015. Groomsmen included other Alter grads: Tom Ward ’88, Marc Coalt ’88, Tom
Muzechuk ’88, and Greg Kirbabas ’87.
Congratulations!
Matt Knapke ‘08 was married this
summer, and many Alter moms and
classmates were in attendance. Pictured:
Todd Connon ‘08, Mark Riazzi ‘08, Matt
Knapke ‘08, Anthony Hess ‘08, Michael
Osterfeld ‘17.
Former and current Alter faculty
visited with Sister Katie Hoelscher this
summer in Cincinnati. Pictured are Judy
Bergstresser, Stephanie Larkin, Sister
Katie, and Tina Lammers ‘75.
Alter Alumni News
New York Jets Pro Bowl center Nick
Mangold ‘02 threw his most memorable block of the summer at his home in
New Jersey, stopping burglary suspects
from breaking into his car and helping
end a crime spree in his neighborhood.
Mangold called 911 after hearing his
car alarm and noticing his garage door
open, according to police. A short time
later, police stopped a vehicle in the
area and took five suspects into custody.
It appears Mangold’s quick thinking
could have helped solve a rash of burglaries in the area. Recently there has
been 48 burglaries of unlocked cars.
Source: ESPN
Matt Stangle ’93 recently competed
in an Iron Man competition. What an
amazing accomplishment! “I participated in the half Ironman in Maryland
in June. It was a 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, and
a 13.1 mile run. It took me just under 7 and a
half hours. It was almost as hard as Coach Jack
Ward’s monkey/barrel roll drills during football
double days at Alter. It was awesome, and
humbling, to watch all different sizes and ages
pass me by throughout the day! But I finished. Next time, I’ll be sure to have a copy of the
Roundtable Magazine with me at the finish line!”
FALL 2015
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NEWS
Congratulations to Susie Gibbons ‘74 who
was recently named by the Achdiocese
of Cincinnati as the interim director
of education services and interim
superintendent of
Catholic schools.
She most recently
held the role of
regional director
for Catholic
schools. Susie will
Four amazing Alter grads took the field this fall together at Notre Dame. Alumni pictured
begin her role in
with their families are Jim Finke ‘76, Chris Finke ‘15, Nick Coleman ‘15, Malik Zaire ‘13,
October.
Ben Suttman ‘13, and Rob Suttman ‘78.
In Memoriam
We offer families of the deceased our deepest sympathy and prayers. We appreciate those of
you who write to inform us of deaths within the Alter family. You may provide information
by calling the Advancement Office at (937) 434-2059 or emailing [email protected]
David Bockhorn ’77 (June 2015), brother of Dan ‘78
Dylan Black ‘15 & Dillon Daxe ‘15
played against each other this fall in a
John Carroll vs Mount Union football
game.
Mike Fariello ’68 (August 2019), father of Nick ’97, Melina Fariello ’98 Waddle
Don Hauer (June 2015), father of Steve ’88 and Fred ‘92
Art Hollencamp (March 2015), father of Gerri Hollencamp ’72 Dyson, Patty
Hollencamp ’74 Cecil
Debbie Donahue ’72 McNeely (August 2015), sister of Mary Kate Donahue’73
Schneble, Patrick ’74 and Mark ‘88
Giles Nolan (July 2015), father of Kelli Nolan ’83 Clawson, Debbie Nolan ’86
Angelus, Mike ‘90
Patricia Sauer (June 2015), mother of Jackie Sauer ’80 Domin, Jerry Sauer ’83
Chaney, Jenny Sauer ’85 Crotty; grandmother of Sara Crotty ‘14
Ruth Mary Schuckman (August 2015), mother of Janet Schuckman ’74 Tamer,
Mary Jane Schuckman ’77 Kaiser
Christopher Bockrath ’10 pictured with
his family at his White Coat Cermony
for Dental School. Congratulations!
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William Seuberling (June 2015), father of Nancy ’75, Tara Seuberling ’82
Mancine; grandfather of Taryn Mancine ‘06
Robert Zofkie ’85 (June 2015), brother of Mike ’76, Steve ’78, Tim ’80, Anne ’81;
Uncle of Abigail ’06, Madeline ’07 and Philip ‘09
annual report 2015
THE ALTER ADVANTAGE FUND 2015
ve
l
Contributors by CLASS YEAR
Class
of
1966
9,910
$
Class
of
1967
6,825
$
Class
of
1969
30,091
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 15%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 12%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 8%
Michel Batty (Jo Ann) John Borchers (Suzanne) Diane Davis Coggins (Ernest) Rick Davis Charles and Toni Smith
DiPasquale Katie Armstrong Ellis (Bob) Kathy Feldman Patricia Gillespie Ralph Goeke Robert Gutmann (Nancy) James Helmers (Mary) SuEllen McManus Henry Paul and Barbara Blaho Hickey Della Dean Hofman (James) Kathy Whalen Kavanaugh Thomas Koepnick Kathy McRaven Lefevre (Larry) Michael Meyer Carol Kemper Niskanen Susan Waterman Onaitis Michelle Michel Petrie David Popovich John Reichard (Patricia) Mike Reisinger (Jane) Patricia Lake Snyder Jim Stangle (Judy) Teresa Magner Sullivan Joyce Thieman Nancy Panfile Weisner (James) Paul and Maggie Traynor Zimmer
Sheilah Armstrong Apple(Doug) Gregory Barbato (Maryann) Thomas Barkmeyer David Bradley (Cynthia) Mary Sharkey Dirckx Jeannine Michel Doak (Richard) Jeanne Cadwell Doncaster Rick Fersch (Patti) Jack Fiala Michael Foley (Leslie) Jean Fowler Kristina Dudrick Fox Peggy Meintel Gagner (David) Mickie Gummer Kathy McManus Gustavson (Donald) Nancy Scheper Gutmann (Robert)
Mark Haufe Lois Pleiman Hough Greg Huber Robert Krause David Martz Richard Nelson Michael Oscar Rev. Michael Savino Dan Schneble Jo Anne Zierolf Vincent (Jon) Thomas Voelkl Cynthia Vyszenski Daniel Waltz Tom Wehrman Linda Poelking Weprin Robert Whelan (Mary Ellen) Mary Brechak Becht (Tom) Theresa Hering Bevis Linda Kirby Brown (Russell) Stephen Cochran (Sandra) Lynne Cusick (Joe Kowalski) Mike Devlin (Mary) Katherine Kohnen Farrey
(Joseph) John and Mary Ann Zink Geis Robert Helmers (Lucy) Michael Kennelly (Marcy) Greg Merrill (Ann) Nancy Link Merriman Eileen Woeste Mitchell Tim and Dee Fiorita Quinn Gindy Armstrong Schneller Dan Schweickart (Maria)
Elaine Schweller Snyder (Chip) Gary Trick (Debi) Kathleen Varvel Vanderhorst Tom Winter (Kathy)
Class
of
1968
1,740
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 6%
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Susan Scianamblo Boutz Marcia Woolley Brand (George) Jacqueline Perkins Brumfield Willie Bruns Bob Dries (Jeanne) Michael Foreman (Mary) Philip Glotzbach John Hager Judith Stebel Kronenberger (John) Richard Marcus (Melissa) Douglas Nims Dan and Sue Kussman Reichert Frances Miller Schlegel (Louis) Bob Simpson (Lois) Dan Stroup Bob Thaman Class
of
1970
2,365
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 6%
Daniel Berger (Jennifer) Kathleen Ryan Bledsoe (Robert) Joe Colosimo
Patrick Covault Kathleen Eichner William Grimes Cynthia Ditzel Hassan Anne Adams Holbrook Timothy Homan Wendy Krueger Jones (Larry) Jack Moran Dan Navin Kathy Harmon Nenni (John) Doug Osterfeld Sheila Brockman Willhoite Kay Staley Worthington
THE ALTER ADVANTAGE FUND 2015
$5,000 +
Class
of
1971
4,360
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 8%
Doug and Peg Hogan Althaus Don Barker Nancy Esselstein Battista Tom Becht (Mary) Paul Beyerle Joseph Budde Dave Burkardt (Janet) Elizabeth Ritterhoff Cotter
(Tom) Dick Fenelon Lucy Dunlevy Helmers (Bob)
James Kinzig Bill McKinley Jane Reichard McNamee
(Lindy) John McVay Douglas Meyer Greg Perkins (Debra) Nancy Prater Margaret Whelan Rose (Philip) Maria DiSalvo Schweickart (Dan)
Scott Smith (Ann) Marilyn Schraut Szorc (Frank) Peter Tamborski Marianne Eisenhauer Wall
Class
of
1972
6,650
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 5%
Father Chris Armstrong Myra Wright Aubuchon Andrew Brehm (Maureen) Dan Brinkman (Debbie)
Judy Henehan Doll James Hochwalt (Jucelen) Diane Iannarino Susan Laufersweiler King (Jack) Ed Leschansky Charles McCarthy Joe Minham (Shirley) Nancy Finke Rambasek (Tom) Kevin Thomas Herbert Walter Karen Kuflewski Walters David Yingling (Barbara)
Class
of
1973
$1,000 - $4,999
6,225
$
Class
of
$100 - $999
1974
$1 - $99
13,991
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 13%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 10%
Anonymous Mark Bobal Sheila Houser Adams Loretto Armstrong James Bartol Karen Boyle Julie Nickel Brill (John) Andrea Brockman Chris Danis (Debbie) Julie Feldman Kevin Fitzharris Mary Koverman Glowik Reed Hauser and Thecla Schneble Hauser Jim Heintz Heidi Osweiler Helm Peg Moorman Hoenigman David Jeffords (Ruth) Arthur J. Kepes (Catharine) James Kroger (Debbie) Greg Laravie (Virginia) Mary Anne Kinzig Lewis (George) Shirley Henry Minham (Joe)
Julie Henehan Moon Christine Morgan Tim Newcome Tim O’Connell (Teresa) Marlene Burr Orendorf Todd and Roselyn Rathweg Penrod Mary Ann Corcoran Portnoy Mark Raderstorf (Linda) James Schwindeman Mary Ruth Spisak Shearer (Mark) Jayne Talbot Mike Thuney Michael Zimmerman (Candy) Mark Zummo (Valerie) Chris Barnet (Lisa) Jim Brown Jim and Nancy Janco Budde Beth Czapor Doug Ditzel (Maggie) Jim Ehrensberger
Brian Esselstein (Lisa) Frank Frounfelker (Kristin) Susan Gibbons Lou Heckman (Kim)
Charles Hilgeman Elizabeth Lair Hoffman Elena Krumholtz (Rick) Marilyn Bell Mahrt Tim McVay Mary Dorn Price (Scott) Alicia Anderson Risko (John)
Joan Ferneding Smith (Michael) Cathy Beyerle Southam David Striebel Douglas Tobe Craig and Terry Covault Troup Susan Gross Werts (Arthur) Paul Wilkens FALL 2015
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Contributors by CLASS YEAR
Class
of
1975
12,541.
$
27
Class
of
1976
20,425
$
Class
of
1978
13,743
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 15%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 10%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 8%
Mary Ann Sprauer Abrams (Michael) William Barlow Joe Bavaro (Susan) Chuck Bertini Peggy Kussman Braner (Greg) Christa Corpstein Carol Ponziani DeGrazier Carol Gephart Dworkin (Steve) Terry McEldowney Freeman Dan Gargrave (Nancy) Kathy Boyle Geiger Tom Gress Gerry Grogan
Margie Heckman Chuck and Julie Grunkemeyer Hoey Patty Uttermohlen Janicek Francine Morgan Kester Richard Kohnen William Kuflewski Tina Ruef Lammers (Gary) Pat Madden (Pam) Joe Maloney Jim McKenna Steve Missall (Molly) Jim Paxson (Courtney) Thomas Pernik (Peggy) John Prater Christine Knee Reding Jim Ritterhoff (Terri) Patty Collins Ross Dave Seman Allan Steffens Doug Striebel Kurt Stueve (Patty) David Turckes Patrick Walsh (Darlene) Kathleen Yingling Weaver Anne Brinkman Welborn Mike Wildenhaus Joanne Brehm Wines Susan Dodsworth Wise (Phillip) Nick Wolf (Gina) Bob and Mary Lynn Schaefer Yux Dan Armstrong (Eileen) Vince Beringer (Bridget) Patricia Bradley Suzanne Leyes Butler (Jim) Bill Chifala (Nancy) Dominic DeFrancis Matthew Desch (Ann) Michael Duffin Theresa Engler John and Julie McQuiston Ferneding Mary Ellen De Luna Jakubisin (Tim) Robert Kronauge (Rebecca) Rob and Connie Witt Laumann Pam Datz Madden
Kathy Kinzeler Mantica Tim and Lisa Kern Nauman Tim and Jeanne Koop Reisinger Karen Schaffer (Perry Ahlfinger) John Seitz Mary Ann Elardo Swaziek Lynn Sweeney Tara Kerivan Weddell
Barbara Woeste Jeff and Patricia Kingdom Zimmer Anonymous Tom Bartol Tom Becker (Anne) Marylee Bissmeyer Bible Christopher Bolton Mary Dey Bucher Janel Kussman Ciolli (Gary) George Gagan Ruth Fremgen Girouard (Dave) Philip Helbling
John Hinders (Ann) Stephen Joseph (Lynda) Jean Kelly (Art Stern) Mike McGraw (Deborah) Diane Wilkens Medina (Ray) Tom and Carol Hoying Nikolai Matt and Denise Abele O’Connell Sara Leyes Russell (John) Jim Seiler (Marie) Mary Lynn Thalheimer Gene Van Leeuwen Alice Heiskell Wilson 24
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Class
of
1977
4,500
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 7%
Eileen Crotty Austria (Steve) Marie Mariscalco Boyle (Mark) Annette Chavez (Greg Davis) Nancy Krautmann Chifala (Bill)
Connie Ryan Dall (Tim) Eric Eichner (Amy) Mary Alig Houston Ken Johnson (Kimberly) Trish Navin Lachey (David) Thomas Landgren (Tracy) Steve Martino Peggy Rindler O’Donnell (Jim) Greg Schoettmer Mary Sue Finke Siegrist (Ron) Laura Van Leeuwen Snyder (Barth) Anonymous Denny VanArsdale (Patty) Martha Walsh Mike Zimmerman (Barbara)
Class
of
1979
16,960
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 6%
Anonymous Robert Barklay Joanne Bruns Conley Craig Curk Lori Dorn Tom Greger (Laura) Brian Kernan (Jeanne) Terri Miller Nathaniel Morrell Jacquie Walsh O’Brien (Tom) Kathryn Enouen Owsiany (Ken) Janet Turckes Pitzer (Jim) Jim Sprauer (Catherine) Scott Spring (Teresa) John Striebel Guy and Linda Zengel West Rev. Chris Wittmann, S.M. John Woeste (Nancy) Maribeth Galamb Zimmer
THE ALTER ADVANTAGE FUND 2015
$5,000 +
Class
of
1980
4,728
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 7%
Ann Stueve Becker (Tom)
Mary Beth Brust Ceferino Cata (Anne) Tim and Jane Palazotto Crisler Dan Ferneding (Mary)
Ed and Anne Barnet Griffith Katie Weyler Heminger (Bob) Julie Focke Hyde (Brinton) Chris Kowal (Karyn) Joni Magnus Ramsey Thomas Martino Barbara Neroni Murphy (Tom) Katie Callahan Nye (Bart) Linda Placke Petersen (Steve) Matt Schuermann (Jane)
Sheri Konicki Wilson
Class
of
1981
23,430
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 8%
Anonymous Angela Stein Bidwell (Mark) Ellen Bornhorst Boerger Glen Borchers (Betsy) Peter Bovenzi David Domansky Kathleen Saxton Ferrante (Frank) Michael Finke Michael Gross Jeanne Kronauge Chris McMahon John Miller (Teresa) Mark Nagy (Suzanne) Walt Reiling (Jo Anne) David Smith (Melissa) Kathleen Brockman Stechschulte (Ken) Patty Whelan Stueve (Kurt)
Charles Vanage Linda Vance Patricia Witt Weisent (Jim) Susan Zwiesler Class
of
1982
$1,000 - $4,999
23,250
$
Class
of
$100 - $999
1984
$1 - $99
2,680.77
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 6%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 8%
Anonymous Anonymous Daniel Bolek Patrick Brown James Hecht (Joan) Jay Hughes Rick Koehler (Melissa) Tony Lair Mark Lane (Carla) Suzanne Leiker Jeanne Jauch Lyke (Andy) Mia Kerivan O’Malley (John) Tom Roesch (Patti Blessing) Amy Armstrong Smith (Tom)
Molly Spring Scott Strady ‘82 (Amy) Greg Taylor Marisa Greco Varney (Thomas) Martha Bach Von Bank (Nick)
Molly Rocco Bishop (Cliff) Lawrence Borchers Ann Margaret Bogle Chapman Stephen Clark (Jane) Ron Deger Courtney Sheridan DeOreo Mary Beth Hanna Evans Jane Wagner Frick Theresa Charters Gavarone
Matt Houser Ann Riedenger Kelley
Jennifer Hein Kendo (Tom) Christine Carroll Krueger Lisa Li Kathleen Keane Lopez
Jack Mees (Candace) Norm Meintel Christina Ostendorf Colleen Walsh Petrello (Bill) John Powers
Jane Koverman Schuermann (Matt)
John Sikora Sharon Greco Smith Melissa McKinney Waker
Lori Allen Wilke (Bob)
Class
of
1983
16,760
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 7%
Wendy White Ahrens Diann Bissmeyer Bryan Annabelle Leyes Clinger Mark Edsall (Mary) Michael and Cheryl Murlin Eichner Beth Stanton Judd (Jim) Jeffrey Kosman Mark Neroni Ted Nikolai Christine Hillman Rose Rudwall (David) Barbara Strady Rowland (Richard) Steven Skerl Julia Sunkes Mike Suttman (Stephanie) Lynne Van Leeuwen Turner (Larry) Christine Kern Yannone (Anthony) Patty Kingdom Zimmer (Jeff)
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Contributors by CLASS YEAR
Class
of
1985
27,464
$
Class
of
1987
4,025
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 8%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 5%
Adrienne Hegman Brandicourt (Harry) Bill and Jenni Sauer Crotty David Deger (Amy) Martin Dixon Dan Eisenhauer Lisa Kavanaugh Fields Jodi Schweisthal Graham (Rick) Paul Green (Sherry) Doug Hansen Chris Korb John Kunesh (Sarah) Nick Kuntz Karen Roesch Levine (Allan) Elizabeth Roddy Lush (Tony) Jeff Morris Amy Biegel Strady (Scott)
William Uhl, II (Kelly) Andrea Cannarozzi Varabkanich (Joe)
David Bahner Brian Beck Ann Schoen Brinkmann (Brian) Lisa Tsui Diller (David) Molly Grunenwald Eisner Mary Frecker Carla Casella Hodulik David Homan Linda Manzo Koeller Tricia Cavers McGowan Margaret Eisenhauer Rueth (Rick)
Kelly Tierney
Class
of
1986
8,305
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 5%
Robert Jeffrey Benko Amy Suttman Doorley (Tom) Julie Schrepferman George (Scott) Tim George Susan Gross Godfroid (Bob) Marty Grunder (Lisa)
Joseph Janowski (Susan) Libby Rain Mallitz (David) Teresa Cindric McHugh (Dan) Jason Paine (Lucy) Richard Rueth (Peggy)
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Class
of
1988
3,475
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 5%
Tom and Laura Beatty Alig Lisa Blair Rachel Finke Chambers Andrew and Teresa Heintz Fano Marc Frient (Heather) Tony Goheen (Liz)
Kathy Weil Kargl Dan Kronauge Bart and Laurie Griffin Must Abby Glackin Rummel (Mark) John and Kim Graf Schimpf Molly Brogan Shapiro Karen Zinck Smith (Andrew) Rick Willits (Leslie)
Class
of
1989
2,030
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 11%
Amy D’Innocenzo Aycock
Terry Bon Jim Borchers Angela Windows Connolly (David) Brian Connor Rachel Cox Theresa Bean Davis John Deger Jonathan and Colleen Kavanaugh Duffy Greg George (Joanne) Leslie Rosell Gonya (Jeff) Suzie Cerar Kreusch Scott McLaughlin Laura Lander Morgan (Richard) Julie Schrimpf Moss (Robert) Dan and Cathy Bailey Nagy Jennifer Pett
Richard Roesch Jeff Shane Jason Shine Andrea Longhouse Wullenweber
Class
of
1990
5,100
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 7%
Anonymous Greg Buerschen Nickie Poelking Kaplan Kathleen Lammert Kara Luckew Miller Chris Resch Chris and Kathy Brady Riegel Angela Ruffolo (Alex) Lisa Schrader Laura Torbeck Skinner
THE ALTER ADVANTAGE FUND 2015
$5,000 +
Class
of
1991
1,875
$
Class
of
$1,000 - $4,999
6,825
1994
$
Class
of
$100 - $999
1996
$1 - $99
3,400
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 7%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 16%
CLASS PARTICIPATION 6%
Amy Bishop Bensman (Brian) Tim and Stacey Hubach Brown Maureen Foley Stephanie Pfeiffer Lacourt Marc Molinsky (Sandee) Dennis Percy (Michelle Maladen-Percy) Thomas Pohl (Rita) Anthony Rocco (Pauline) Ryan Sharkey Patrick Stewart David Willits
Liz Cerar Anderson (Bill) Julie Schoen Beeler (Rob) John Borchers (Jessica) Michael Botti Cara Carone Boyle Brian and Sara Walker Boyle Ben Carter (Brenda) Laura Portune Cordell Lisa Dillhoff Depew Christine Rogero Drab Jennifer O’Connor Feldmeyer Angela Gantt Cynthia Duckro Jecker Catherine Eisenhauer Lohr (Chris) Matthew Moore Sarah Trick Petterson
Michael Rawers Brian Russell Erin Roth Stephen Scaia Jennifer Moore Schoen (John) William Simonton
Valerie Watkins Jennifer Meyer Weinberg Julie Ksiezopolski Yost
Katie Srp Broerman (Daniel) Amy Marie Lytle Hansley (Justin) Amanda Veenhuis Myers Elizabeth Moore Osborne (Walter) David Rogero (Maureen) Anthony Schoen (Anne) Patrick Shea (Jane) Jay Tant (Natalie) Wes Van Autreve
Class
of
1,475
$
1992
CLASS PARTICIPATION 6%
Julie Johnson Barnett Todd and Suzanne Zimmer Duplain Lisa Muckerheide Giesler Bridget Borchers Krebs (Kurt) Amanda Riegel Mascarenhas (Don) Erin McGinley Dawn Graf Morris (Jason) John Schoen (Jennifer) Stacey Polito Sperow (Will)
Class
of
Class
of
1993
740
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 4%
Emily Adamson Collura (Peter) Casey Findley Green Matt Moser Denise Scarpelli Bill Schmidt (Teleisha) Ashley Hamilton Stewart
1995
Class
of
1997
1,248.75
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 3%
Katie Burkhardt Goeke (Jeff) Daniel Haas Joanna Kolber Hankey Jennifer Rudzinski Kennedy (Sean) Brett (B.J.) Mahle Joshua Mears (Megan)
1,596.70
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 8%
Matt Adamson (Mary Pat) Bradford Beckmann (Jennifer) Michelle Clark Brooks (Steve) Brian Brush (Melissa) Laura Moore Carter (Andy)
Susan Burkhardt Fredrick (Paul) Matthew Frient (Kim) Heather Rice Keighley (James) Michelle Kugel Brian McGeady Kevin Sage Christy Kuczak Vigfusson Julia Kolber Wallace
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Contributors by CLASS YEAR
Class
of
1998
1,250
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 4%
Sara Meunier Drozda
Anthony Fuchs (Michelle) Marvin Hartsfield Laura Kavanaugh Vlad Vasiliu (Nina)
Jeff Wenzke (Jennifer)
Shaun Westfall Class
of
1999
620
425
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 2%
Andy Carter (Laura)
Jacob Groshek Ben Koller Nina DiGuardi Vasiliu (Vlad)
Class
of
2001
865
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 4%
$
Mary Carol Burkhardt (Devin Namaky) Luke Frient (Nan) Jonathan Heil Danielle Kuczak Poling Jennifer Davis Wenzke (Jeff)
2000
2002
Michael Akhbari Boomer and Diana Fischer
Bristow Maureen Zimmer Guziec (Douglas) Zachary McHale Harrison Orendorf (Katherine) Andrew Severyn Alexis Troha CLASS PARTICIPATION 3%
Class
of
Class
of
Class
of
2003
550
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 4%
Jeff Carr Jack Hilgeman (Danielle) Marianne Hinde Hudelson (Steve) Kyle Lammlein Sean Leibrock (Kataiy) Emily Beachler Moritz (Bryan) Class
of
2004
495
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 5%
1,370
$
CLASS PARTICIPATION 3%
Chris Brill
Michael Grant Jen Schulz Korynski Griffin Merrill Frances Hess Tobe (John)
Amy Brown
Michael Gorman
Emily Gunlock Liz Kolbe
Blair Needels Porterfield
Kevin Riazzi Joseph Severyn
Catherine Gabriele Shannon
David Swafford Samantha Mauro Weimer
2005-2012
Young Alums
2,310
$
Andrew Platt ‘05 (Britt) Madeline Asebrook ‘06 Sarah Lechleiter ‘08
Hal Melia ‘08
Anne Weidner ‘09
Mark Kroger ‘10
Andrew Asebrook ‘12
Sarah Hoying ‘13
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Contributions by CURRENT & PAST PARENTS
$5,000 +
Catherine Abele Bob and Patty Ackerman Jack and Carol Adam Pat and Kathy Adamson Robert and Helen Alig Dan and Susan Annett Evelyn Arber Albert and Susan Asebrook Don Bahner Tom and Mary Ann Bartol Louis and Judy Bede Bruce and Judy Bergstresser Theodore and Luzia Bernstein Ted and Joan Binzer Ron and Kathy Blase Scott Bleser Joe Bockelman and Barbara Driehaus Paul and Ginny Boeckman Paul and Phyllis Boeckman Francis and Kitty Bonanno Jeff and Zebbra Borland Adele Borns Margaret Boyle Tim and Susie Brabender John and Susan Bradley
Tom and Patricia Brady Daniel and Jeri Lynn Braunlin Norman and Doris Brinkman William and Cicily Brogan Elmer and Lucy Bruns Randy Bullard Tom and Joanie Burkhardt Steve and Jennifer Butler Joan Callahan Halstead Max and Gail Carone Steve and Susan Carr James and Lucille Carroll Annette Casella Leo and Rita Chico Margie Collins Bob and Joan Collins Pat and Janice Connor David Orenstein and J. Layne Crawford James and Suzanne Crippen Mary Crisler Nick and Marjorie Crnkovich Michael Cronin Bill and Marilyn Crotty Michael and Kathleen Dalidowicz Brian and Karen Davis Tom and Mary DeMange Bob DeRegnaucourt Larry and Nancy DeRoo John and Frances Detrio Mark and Susan Dinkins Dennis and Debbie Dockins Don and Sonia Donoher Philip and Rosanne Douville Roger and Becky Duffy Bob and Donna Duplain Richard and Patricia Durbin Brad and Lisa Egbert Mary Anne Eichner Dorothy Eisenhauer Michael Endres
In Honor of the Enouen 5 Children Paul Finke Bill and Deanne Focke Bob and Sarah Forschner Frederick and Teresa Frecker Mike and Tami Freshwater Tom and Vanessa Frey Michael and Donna Furderer Roger and Donna Furrer Kevin Geraghty Bob and Judy Getty Corrie and Theresa Gillis Tom and Jayne Gmeiner Barbara Gobrail John and Judy Gochenaur Ted and Liz Golba Pat and Cindi Grady Dennis and Judy Graf William and Betty Greger David and Tammy Grigg David and Barbara Groene Frank Grogan Ron and Pat Grogan Anthony and Debbie Groshek Bo and Mary Gunlock Chris and Christine Haaker John and Norma Hagan John and Louise Haley Charlie Hart William and Beth Hart
Daren and Julie Hartman James and Kathleen Hauser Lori Hausfeld Francis and Mary Heider Paul Heintz Gary and Donna Hellman Bill and Karen Hemmert Dean and Mindy Heyne Ron and Christine Hill Michael and Celeste Hoegler Rosemary Hoeper Mark and Rita Hoffman Franz and Margaret Hoge Larry and Patricia Holden Donald Homan Thomas and Norma Horning Frank and Pam Howard Chuck and Martie Hoying Allan and Gail Huber $1,000 - $4,999
$100 - $999
$1 - $99
David and Diane Hurtubise Olga and Louis Illes Shane and Christine Imwalle Brian and Tracy Janess Timothy and Lisa Janz Robert and Tonia Jasper John and Ginny Jauch Helen Jones Mr. C. William Kessler Harvey and Joyce Kiley James and Vicki Kirkland Rudolph and Marge Klein Tom and Nancy Klenke Sharon Kline Tom and Joan Kolber Art and Susan Komorowski Janet Kowal Julie Krautmann Thomas Kronauge Joseph Krug Tony and Marybeth Krystofik Konrad and Patricia Kuczak Michael and Dianne Kugel Peter and Marjorie Kuntz Thomas and Christine Lachey Anthony and Shirley Lair Ron and Kristin Lamb Ray and Cathy Lane Samuel and Mary Laneve Jim and Stephanie Larkin John and Barbara Laufersweiler Tom and Joyce Laufersweiler Robert and Jane Laumann Dave and Pat Leff Jim and Peggy Lehner Dick and Barb Leibold Jeff and Anita Linck Bill and Sally Lincoln Romy and Alicia Lu Gary and Barb Lytle Jim and Pat Madden Jim and Carol Marker George Markoff Thurman and Esther Mattingly Gene and Marlene Mayleben Frank and Nancy McBride Jack and Linda McCarthy James and Martina McGraw Mark and Nancy McHale Phil McLaughlin William and Phyllis Mees Bill and Elaine Mercurio and Family Bob and Sue Merland John and Linda Middelberg Mark and Pam Miller Marlene Miller FALL 2015
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Contributions by CURRENT & PAST PARENTS
Michael and Amy Miller Robert and Rhonda Miller
Vail and Leslie Miller Bob and Bernadette Mitsch Tom and Alice Mitter Tom and Joni Mochty Marcia Monnier Cindy Monter and Kendall Clay William and Kathleen Moroney Speciose Kayitete Munyankindi
Tom and Vickie Mygrants Peter and Barbara Neroni Charles and Margaret Nickel Giles and Brenda Nolan Tom and Nadine Nyhan Jim and Marilyn O’Brien Michael and Jane O’Brien Betty O’Connell James and Marilyn O’Connell Michael and Lucy O’Hare John and Marty Osterday Millie Osterfeld James and Jackie Ouellette
Anthony and Helen Palazotto David and Wanda Panfile Todd and Theresa Penney Charlotte Pernik Jim and Margaret Peters Bill and Helen Pflaum Don and Lilly Phillips
David and Carolyn Placke Jeff and Kelly Plate Mark and Cyndi Platt Jerry and Jean Ploplis Helen Poelking Witt The Portman Family Doug and Karen Posey Mike and Liz Prayson Mark and Mary Price Kenneth and Nancy Quinter Michael and Julie Rado Thomas and Rosalind Rawers Michael and Cherie Rebar Walter and Suzanne Reiling Jerry and Debby Reinstatler Donald and Shari Rethman Carmen and Ann Riazzi Mary Jo Riegel Ed and Ann Rizer Gerry Anne Rocco Rich and Mary Ellen Roesch Hal and Elaine Rogero Nick and Marianne Rosenkranz Jim and Jackie Rudzinski Tom and Maureen Ruff Wade and Teresa Rupper Trey and Kelly Rushing 30
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Dick and Maureen Russell Ned and Nancy Ryan Scott and Christine Sapita Tom and Rhonda Schmitt Jim and Mary Ann Schoen Marie Schoettmer Gerald Schramm Jay and Susan Schwieterman
Janet Seiler Elaine Sendelbach Scott and Diane Sessler Tom and Marilou Smith George and Anne Smolinski Jerry and Tina Snyder Dorothy Sprauer John and Polly Srp Tom and Julie Stanton John and Vivian Striebel Michael and Theresa Sugrue Alice Suttman Larry and Anna Swafford Gil and Meg Switala Richard and Catherine Talda Tom and Tammy Tanner
Joe and Betty Tassone John and Connie Taylor Kevin and Nancy Taylor Rick and Julie Taylor Jan and Tish Thayer Jim and Sylvia Tillar Janet Tobe Nicholas Trick Stan and Joanne Troha David and Carol Trombley Jeff and Lisa Tromp Irene Turckes Jerry and Kathy Tytko Jim and Lori Tytko Bill and Cynthia Uhl Joe and Chris Untener Kevin and Charlotte Vangsness Ferdinand and Minako Vanke Don and Laima Vermillion Joe and Lois Volk Brad and Paula Vosler Joseph and Virginia Wade Laura Wall Dick and Donna Wemple Bob and Carol Westerkamp Alan and Sylvia White
Ernest and Mary Wiedemann Carol Wildenhaus The Willits Family Michael and Rhonda Witt
Al and Betty Woeste Joseph and Susan Zeis George and Anita Zengel William and Patricia Zilli Jack and Patricia Zimmerman Doug and Marilyn Zobrist
Contributions by FRIENDS
Andrew and Katie Arber Alter Booster Association Bob and Carol Bronski David Bruce and Milissa Elsall Steve and Beth Budd Castle Players
Theresa Check Gary and Mary Chrusciel Steven Clark
Dennis and Julie Collins Tom and Suzanne Columbus
Sister Kathryn Ann Connelly, S.C. Aram and Lisa Donigian Easterling Studios Faculty Christmas Collection Jane Gamble
William Gioielli
Molly Gravunder (Brian) Amanda Hacker (Phil)
Scott and Catherine Hadaway
$5,000 +
Nancy Hanna Heather Hansen Sister Katie Hoelscher, S.C. Earl Holton
Carol Huesman David Hughes
Edna Johnson Nancy and Tim Kaczala
Kettering Medical Center The Kuntz Foundation Stephen and Donna Kyler Father Shawn Landenwitch Sarah Linnenkohl Father James Manning James and Jean Marten
Dennis and Karen McTaggart Tom Olsen and Mary Borsalij Tim, Anna, Sara and Abby Pruett Christie Sanderman (Matthew)
Jennifer Schlangen (Tim)
$1,000 - $4,999
$100 - $999
$1 - $99
Alex Schuster (Angela)
Megan Sears (Scott)
Allyson Shank Simply Australian, Inc., South Dayton Catholic Frank and Jan Stauble The Berry Family Foundation The Daniel M. Romer Tuition Fund The Gerald and Carole Miller
Foundation
The Louise Kramer Foundation The Monsignor Robert Amann
Foundation The Wallace Foundation
Sister Dennis Tisler Tobias Funeral Home Bonnie Walter Rev. Ronald Wilker Patrick Wood
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Honor & Memory
In Honor ...
In Memory ...
In Honor of the Class of 1966
Celebrating their 50th Reunion in 2016
Paul ’66 and Maggie Traynor ’66 Zimmer
In Memory of deceased members of
the Class of 1973
Karen Boyle ‘73
In Honor of Robert and Helen Alig
Mary Alig ’77 Houston
In Memory of Frank and Gwynedd Armstrong
Doug and Sheilah Armstrong ’67 Apple
Bob and Katie Armstrong ’66 Ellis
Rev. Chris Armstrong ‘72
Dan ’76 and Eileen Armstrong
In Honor of Deron and Erin Hoeflinger
Oscar & Jane Gamble
In Honor of the Horning and Wolf Families
Tom and Norma Horning
In Honor of Dr. John Kavanaugh ’03
and Dr. Ashley Kavanaugh ‘03
Kathy Whalen ’66 Kavanaugh
In Memory of Regina Vallano Bahner
David Bahner ‘87
Don Bahner
In Memory of Edith Barbato
Mark Haufe ‘67
In Honor of Stan Troha
Bob and Carol Bronski
In Memory of Michael Bruns ‘74
Elmer and Lucy Bruns
In Honor of Mary and Walter Woeste
John ’79 and Nancy Woeste
In Memory of Alberta Budde-Stewart
Joseph Budde ‘71
In Memory of Ken Burr, Sr. and
Frederick and Violet Burr
Marlene Burr ’73 Orendorf
In Memory of Robert Cannon ‘66
Greg Barbato ‘67
In Memory of Jan Carroll and Ron Nagy
James and Lucille Carroll
In Memory of Maggie Cata ‘82
Glen ’81 and Betsy Borchers
In Memory of Elizabeth Rose Coggins
Diane Davis ’66 Coggins
In Memory of Cody Conley ‘10
Dan ’76 and Eileen Armstrong
George and Marcia Woolley ’68 Brand
William Bruns ‘68
Doug ’74 and Maggie Ditzel
Cynthia Ditzel ’70 Hassan
Stephen and Donna Kyler
Todd and Theresa Penney
Tim and Anna Pruett
Richard and Catherine Talda
Joseph and Betty Tassone
Mike ’77 and Barbara Zimmerman
In Memory of Tony Corsiglia ‘79
Robert Barklay ‘79
In Memory of Bill Eisenhauer, Jr. ‘82
Catherine Eisenhauer ’94 Lohr
In Memory of Jonathan Endres ‘10
Michael Endres
In Memory of William R. Ferneding
John ’76 and Julie McQuiston ’76
Ferneding
Dan ’80 and Mary Ferneding
In Memory of James Finke, Sr.
Dan Bolek ‘82
In Memory of Sister Frances Flynn
Mary Beth Brust ‘80
Sister Kathryn Ann Connelly
Sister Katherine Hoelscher
In Memory of John Frounfelker ‘77
Frank ’74 and Kristin Frounfelker
Brian and Molly Gravunder
In Memory of Jill Harner ‘90 Fussnecker
Peggy Rindler ’77 O’Donnell
In Memory of Chuck Graham ‘79
Scott ’79 and Teresa Spring
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In Memory of Bob Grierson and Bill Truxel
Dennis Percy ’91 and Michelle
Maladen-Percy
In Memory of Richard Gross ‘77
Jeff and Anita Linck
Richard and Cathy Beyerle ’74 Southam
Suzanne Gross ’74 Wertz
In Memory of Mary Jean Gross
Nancy Hanna
In Memory of Rev. Edward Haskamp
(Alter’s first Principal)
Charles ’66 and Toni Smith ’66 DiPasquale
In Memory of Tom and Kacie Hausfeld ‘07
Steve and Marianne Hinde ’03
Hudelson
In Memory of Orville Hein
Tom and Jennifer Hein ’84 Kendo
Tom and Rosalind Rawers
In Memory of Matt McCormick ‘88
The Willits Family
In Memory of Patti McCormick
Deron and Julie Hartman
Dennis and Karen McTaggart
In Memory of Regina Casella ’90 Stephens
Annette Casella
In Memory of Fred J. Miller
Marlene Miller
In Memory of John and Lois Thalheimer
Mary Lynn Thalheimer ‘78
In Memory of Mark Mitter ‘73
Tom and Alice Mitter
In Memory of Alice and Vic Thieman
Joyce Thieman ‘66
In Memory of Sister Monique
Mark ’83 and Mary Edsall
In Memory of Nicholas Trombley ‘97
David and Carol Trombley
In Memory of Russell and Marillyn Morgan
Francine Morgan ’75 Kester
Christine Morgan ‘73
In Memory of Martin Vandenbrock ‘74
Pat ‘75 and Pam Datz ‘76 Madden
In Memory of Bonnie Becht ’72 Horn
Mary Brechak ’69 Becht
In Memory of Tony Huesman ‘75
Mike Wildenhaus ‘75
In Memory of Bernie Nichols
Vincent Beringer ‘76
In Memory of Diane Butler ’77 Hughes
David Hughes
Paul ’66 and Maggie Traynor ’66 Zimmer
In Memory of Doug Osterfeld ‘70
Mildred Osterfeld
In Memory of James Kelly
Jean Kelly ‘78
In Memory of Richard Shea
Patrick Shea ‘96
n Memory of Mike Mercurio ‘88
Bill and Elaine Mercurio
In Memory of Eric Must ’73,
Kevin Must and Gratia Must
Bart ’88 and Laurie Griffin ’88 Must
In Memory of Virginia Sticht ’69 Kaufman
Elaine Schweller ’69 Snyder
In Memory of Jerry Sharkey
(former faculty)
Mary Anne Sharkey ’67 Dirckx
In Memory of Virginia Reichard ’69 Reynolds
Jane Reichard ’71 McNamee
In Memory of Dan Wagner ‘82
Richard Koehler ‘82
In Memory of James and Mary Ann Walsh
Martha Walsh ‘77
In Memory of Hugh Wall, III
Laura Wall
In Memory of Robert Weidner
Anne Weidner ‘09
In Memory of Mary Riess ’77
and Eric Suttman ‘77
Annette Chavez ‘77
In Memory of Kevin Klein ‘79
Rudolph and Marge Klein
In Memory of Patti Kussman ’72 Kolbe
Dan ’68 and Sue Kussman ’68 Reichert
In Memory of Leo Krautmann
Mary Julie Krautmann
In Memory of Barbara Krug
Joseph Krug
In Memory of Steve and Jackie Kuflewski
Karen Kuflewski ’72 Walters
In Memory of Nate Madden
Jim and Pat Madden
In Memory of Barto and Joan Ann Mariscalco
(Mary) Michele Mariscalco ‘73
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Matching Gifts $18,889.75
Abbott Fund
Lisa Tsui ’87 Diller
Altria Group
Sara Meunier ’98 Drozda
Archer Daniels Midland
Catherine Sprauer (Jim Sprauer ’79)
Bank of America
John Borchers ‘94
Harrison Orendorf ‘02
Baxter International
Bart Must ‘88
Boeing
Scott Spring ‘79
Duke Energy
Tom Wehrman ‘67
Eli Lilly
Jack Mees ‘84
Mark Nagy ‘81
Luke Frient ‘99
Elsevier Foundation
John Risko (Alicia Anderson ‘ 74 Risko)
Emerson Electric
Integrity Applications
Todd Penrod ‘73
KeyBank
Clinton Weddell (Tara Kerivan ’76 Weddell)
Kimberly Clark
Michael Gross ‘81
Anthony Groshek
Kuntz Foundation
Paul Boeckman
Lexis-Nexis
GE Foundation
Home Depot
Mike Wildenhaus ‘75
Peter Kuntz
Ginny Boeckman
Bob Portman
Honeywell
Macy’s
IBM
Marathon Petroleum Corp.
Jeff Morris ‘85
David Bradley ‘67
David Leff
James Ducceschi
Microsoft
Jennifer Beckmann (Brad ’95)
Tom Martino ‘80
Morgan Stanley
BJ Mahle ‘97
Northwestern Mutual
Jim Marker
Pfizer Foundation
Sandy Hayes
Philip Rose (Margaret Whelan ’71 Rose)
Pitney Bowes
Thurman Mattingly
Robert Half International
Matt Moore ‘94
Standard Insurance
Christina Ostendorf ‘84
US Bank
Patty Whelan ’81 Stueve
Verizon
Alice Heiskell ’78 Wilson
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Your support makes a difference!
ARCHBISHOP ALTER HIGH SCHOOL GIVING SUMMARY
2015 FISCAL REPORT
ANNUAL FUND$224,302
RESTRICTED GIFTS$334,110
CAPITAL CAMPAIGN$454,669
KNIGHT OF THE ARTS BALL
$261,000
SPONSORSHIP$58,800
FAN PASS$28,990
BOOSTERS$149,800
ALTERFEST$103,800
FISH FRY$40,000
GOLF OUTING$4,000
SPORTS PROGRAM$2,000
OTHER REPORTED FUNDRAISING
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*DOES NOT INCLUDE COMMUNITY SUPPORT, FOOD OR CLOTHING ITEMS COLLECTED
TOP 10 REPORTED FUNDRAISERS:
FOOTBALL LIFT-A-THON $95,400
BASKETBALL SHOOT-A-THON$24,740
MUSIC DEPT MULCH SALE
$19,500
MUSIC DEPT MARKET DAY
$14,339
YEARBOOK ADS$9,100
LANCERETTE RAFFLE$8,860
KEY CLUB TURKEY DRIVE
$8,100
GIRLS BASKETBALL SHOOT-A-THON $7,050
MISSION TRIP CANDLE SALE
$5,360
GIRLS SOCCER CAR WASH
$4,900
TOTAL GIVING
$1,517,171
NOTE: Unaudited data based on fiscal year July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015.
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2013 Reunion Information
THE ANNUAL FUND IS NOW
THE ALTER
ADVANTAGE FUND
Planning is underway for many classes and tentative plans are set for events over
the summer! there are a few classes that still need volunteers to help organize something. If you’re interested in helping with your class, contact the Advancement Office at
(937)434-2059 or [email protected]
There is no more important way For those alums who will be in town for Alterfest, please make sure to stop by the
to show your support for Alter Advancement booth on Friday night to get your complimentary drink ticket if you’re
a member of the Alumni Association; also make plans tto attend the Alumni mass on
than through a gift to the Alter Sunday, September 1 @ noon in the Alter chapel. adhveanalter
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Giving at Alter starts here.
1968 Labor Day weekend (golf, dinner, lunch and Alterfest), details are in the works. Contact Coni
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Labor Day weekend. To keep up with all the plans, join the class Facebook group (Alter
High School Class of 1973 Reunion). For more information, contact Karen Boyle ([email protected])
or Marlene Burr Orendorf ([email protected])
1978 Labor Day weekend. Friday, Aug 30th 8:00 pm – Alter Fest; Saturday, Aug 31 6:00-
9:00 pm – Party at Kevin Duffin’s residence – 4425 Shady Crest, Kettering; Saturday Golf – info and
registration contact Tom Becker ([email protected] or (937) 604-4606). Find us on
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1983 mike Gillotti is looking for some help in planning events. If interested, please contact him
at [email protected] or (614) 529-2935
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1993 Labor Day weekend. Planning is underway. For more info, contact Molly Whitehead Holt (mol-
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2003 Volunteers needed
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