Traditions - Saint Mary's High School

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A COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL
ALUMNI MAGAZINE
WINTER 2015
S T. M A R Y ’ S H I G H S C H O O L
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Varsity Baseball Field
C e l e b r at i n g 1 4 0 Y e a r s o f M i l e s t o n e s a n d M e m o r i e s
This year St. Mary’s High School is celebrating its 140th year in the Stockton community. We are having a number of activities
celebrating our school’s history.
Beginning on Friday, August 28, we celebrated a school-wide Mass on the exact day St. Mary’s opened in 1876. Bishop
Stephen Blaire was the celebrant for this Opening Mass. With him was Father Richard Morse, O.S.F.S., current pastor of St.
Mary’s of the Annunciation Catholic Church in Oakdale, CA. Father Morse was one of the first Oblates from Toledo, Ohio that
came to St. Mary’s in 1970 and served as the Dean of Boys. Also assisting in the liturgy was Father John George, O.S.F.S.,
who is an Oblate of St. Francis de Sales from India. Father John George has been a member of our staff for three years. Also
in attendance were representatives from the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael - Sister Maureen McInerney, Prioress General,
Sister Gervaise Valpey (’57), Sister Abby Newton and Sister Katherine Hamilton. Sister Gervaise spoke to the students about
her memories as a student at St. Mary’s.
Father John Fallon, O.S.F.S, President Emeritus, gave the students a history of St. Mary’s High School from the beginnings to the current location. In
addition, there were other distinguished guests at this Mass along with members of the Class of 1957 who were the first graduating class at the El Dorado
Street campus.
Other events this year to celebrate our 140 years of Catholic secondary education includes the President’s Club Dinner on November 8, 2015. The special
guest speaker is Pat McCaskey who is a Chicago Bears board member, author of two books and known for his Catholic faith. In addition, St. Mary’s will
have a display at the Haggin Museum on the history of St. Mary’s in Stockton. We are also planning a gala dinner on April 16, 2016, to celebrate this
milestone in our school’s history.
At the Mass, the entire student body including teachers and staff, wore green t-shirts with the words: “WE ARE ST. MARY’S, Celebrating 140 Years of
Milestones and Memories.” What we truly celebrate is the many friendships that individuals have established here as students, and we celebrate the
friends who support our mission. Jesus spoke to us about friendship with four simple words. “I call you friends.” (John 15:15). When He spoke those
words to His apostles - and to all of us - Jesus transformed friendship into something divine. Friendship, from that moment, became an imitation of Christ
and a path to holiness.
Friendship draws us outside ourselves, as we care for our friends’ concerns instead of our own. We give friends our time, help, advice, consolation and,
most importantly, our prayers. With every prayer, then, we draw closer to the Lord and to our friends. St. Francis de Sales said, “Those who are in the world
need friendships in order to secure and assist one another amid the many dangerous passages through which they must pass.” Francis called friendship
“a sacred trust” and described a perfect friendship as one that is good, holy and enduring. Friendship, the very heart of Christian life, helps us grow so
that we are better able to know ourselves. St. Mary’s High School has developed over the years many deep and lasting friendships.
As we continue to celebrate, we are reminded that the main purpose of Catholic education is to prepare students to become responsible citizens in
society. The coming events are also a celebration of our ability to educate and to teach religious truths and practices to our students throughout San
Joaquin County.
Indeed, St. Mary’s High School is celebrating 140 years in Catholic secondary education. More importantly we are celebrating that St. Mary’s High School
is a community based on timeless values. With prayer and the intercession of Mary, our Blessed Mother, and Saint Francis de Sales, we will continue to
celebrate God’s blessing on our school and community for another 140 years.
Respectfully in the Lord,
Peter D. Morelli
President
ADMINISTRATION
President Emeritus
Rev. John P. Fallon, O. S. F. S.
President
Mr. Peter D. Morelli ‘69
Principal
Mrs. Kathy Smith
Vice Principal
Mrs. Karen Gherardi ‘71
Academic Dean
Mrs. Alana Weisz ‘04
Director of Student Activities
Mr. Luigi Gherardi
Director of Athletics
Mr. Jim Brusa
Administrative Advisor
Mrs. Kathy Salady ‘59
Deans of Students
Mr. Greg Traverso ‘79
Mrs. Genesta Jackson
3 New Faculty
5Athletics
6 Around Campus
Traditions is published two times per
year by St. Mary’s High School for
alumni, parents and friends. For more
information, please contact:
St. Mary’s High School
5648 N. El Dorado Street
P.O. Box 7247
Stockton, California 95267-0247
(209) 957-3340
saintmaryshighschool.org
8Events
10 Annual Report
20 Class Notes
21 In Memoriam
principal’s message
YOU DO THE MATH – CELEBRATING 140
YEARS IN THE STOCKTON COMMUNITY
Kathy Smith
While much has changed since 1876, the mission of Saint Mary’s High School remains at its core the same dedicated to the academic excellence that prepares each of our students for college and for a life that reflects
Christian principles.
As we celebrate this milestone, it is evident throughout our history, and almost everywhere you turn, 140 is a
significant number. For example, the above mathematical equation from our Math instructor, Mr. Dwight Swanson,
includes the school phone number, the calendar year, the school address, the zip code, the founding year and the
year St. Mary’s moved to our present school site, all of which equals 140. We have even found our place within
social media in that Twitter is allotted 140 characters.
Although twitter is limited to 140 characters, there is no limit to what Saint Mary’s High School can and will do
in the future. For 140 years of milestones and memories, Saint Mary’s High School has flourished on a strong
foundation. We must challenge ourselves if we are going to continue to move forward. To paraphrase the words
of Pope Francis: We must live in the present, and revere tradition, but we need to take the initiative and create the
future. We need to see today’s opportunity fully because it is the only opportunity we are certain of having. We
cannot shrink from change in a fearful way, but we need to drive change with hope and optimism. We must run to
the future, not from it.
Ms. Laura Wilkinson, our Math Department Chair, noticed that 140 equals the sum of the perfect squares of the
first seven integers.
You do the math:
Saint Mary’s High School may not meet the definition of a mathematical “perfect” square, but for our first 140 years,
near perfection is not so bad. The level of success we have achieved would not be possible if it were not for our
dedicated faculty and staff; you, our partners in the community; our committed leadership from Bishop Stephen
Blaire; our administrators and the Board of Directors.
The title of this publication, Traditions says it all. The 140th celebration is a memorable time for our school. Saint
Mary’s High School is built on tradition. We look forward to the next 140 years with great excitement.
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It’s never too young to start thinking
about St. Mary’s!
welcome new faculty
Katherine Esau – Fine Arts
Judy Rajala - English
• Graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Class of 2006
• Earned Bachelor of Arts from California University in Pennsylvania
and completed post-graduate work at The American University in
Washington, D.C..
• She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State
University, Sacramento. She is currently earning a Master of Arts in
Education, with an emphasis on Special Education.
• She has taught in Maryland, Pennsylvania and California.
• Previously, she was Resource Specialist in San Jose for 2 years.
• Judy has 25+ years of experience in English high school education.
• She also taught dance in a competitive after-school program.
• She was also an adjunct professor of writing at the college level for four
years.
• Katherine will be teaching foods & nutrition, life skills and our dance
performance class (drill).
• In 2004, Judy was Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year for Lodi.
Julianne (Isoardi) Harper - Math
Matthew Roche - Math
• Graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Class of 1978.
• Earned a Bachelor of Arts in Physics from University of California,
Berkeley.
• Julianne is a former St. Mary’s teacher –math, religion and speech. She
now returns to teach math.
• Previously, Julianne taught and served as the Dean of Students at
Carondolet High School.
• She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Teaching Credential through San
Francisco State University.
• Julianne is mother to two of our students, Tony (’16) and Laura (’18).
Melissa Milgrim - Science
• Earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from California State
University, Fullerton, and holds a Master of Arts in Kinesiology from
California State University, East Bay.
• He tutors math, anatomy, physiology, chemistry and physics at San
Joaquin Delta College.
• Matthew previously taught math in the summer school program at
Bishop O’Dowd High School.
• He also has choral experience which extends to the Stockton Chorale.
Gianna Stephens - English
• Holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of San Francisco
and a Teaching Credential from Notre Dame University in Belmont.
• She also studied in Florence, Italy.
• She was an adjunct professor at Sacramento City College.
• She has eight years teaching experience, including four at Presentation
School.
• Melissa will be teaching biology and anatomy.
• Gianna has two sons at Saint Mary’s – Jackson (’16) and Joey (’17).
• She is also the Athletic Trainer for our sports teams.
• Melissa and her husband have a young daughter.
Sharon Piasecki - Religion
• Holds a Bachelor of Arts in Inter-American Studies from University of the
Pacific and certification in Catholic Theology from John Paul the Great
Catholic University.
• She works with high school students in exchange student programs
teaching English.
• Sharon served as a Catechist in the St. Luke’s RCIA program for seven
years.
Alana (Ghilotti) Weisz
• Graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Class of 2004.
• Most of us know her by her maiden name, Alana Ghilotti, our former AP
Psychology teacher.
• She has returned after a one-year hiatus and has been named
Academic Dean and Administrator.
• Alana also returns to teach AP Psychology.
• She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of
California, Berkeley, and a Teaching Credential from San Francisco State
University.
Father John P. Fallon, O.S.F.S., Endowment
Your participation ensures our ability to carry on Father Fallon’s wish to empower students with the tools they need
to become the leaders and givers of tomorrow. The income generated from this endowment will provide learning
opportunities inside and outside of the classroom and support dedicated faculty who teach, mentor and inspire
students.
In honor of Father Fallon’s 40 plus years of service to St. Mary’s, we have set forth a long-term plan to ensure the
future stability of the school by creating the Father John P. Fallon, O.S.F.S., Endowment.
The goal is to grow the Endowment large enough so that annual distributions will have a meaningful impact to help
keep tuition low and teachers’ salaries competitive. With sound financial managment and the continued generosity of
our school community, this is achievable. Please contribute to the success of this campaign and make a difference
in the lives of our students. Contact [email protected]
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class of 2015
“In the future we will encounter many new and exciting changes—
opportunities in which we can influence each other in ways similar to
how we have been influenced. And in looking forward to the many
possibilities we will all have, I repeat what Mr. Morelli says often, that
you are to be who you are and be that well. This classic line which we
know all too well comes from one of Saint Francis de Sales’ letter to
Saint Jane de Chantal, in which he also said, “Let us be what we are
and be that well so that we can bring honor to the Master Craftsman
whose handiwork we are.” He goes onto say that even if we were to
become the most perfect creatures under heaven, what good would
that do us if we were not as God’s will would have us be. So Class of
2015, as you go on to become the next great
faces of the world, let us never forget to go to
Mass, to pray the rosary, and to love God with
all that you are so that you can become the
person whom God created you to be.”
Peter Rainwater
Valedictorian, Class of 2015
“There’s really something about this class of 2015. Throughout my
four years I have always had this thought lingering in my mind. That
the people who I was surrounded by, had a certain kind of spark.
Like many teachers and parents may have realized, we have never
taken no for an answer. We’ve been able to keep high grades and
test scores, while still staying connected with our fellow friends and
families. We’ve been successful on the courts, fields, and tracks,
while still being successful in the classrooms. We have not been
afraid to question the world around us, to question past beliefs and
methods, and to sometimes question authority;
because, by nature, this class of 2015 does
not settle. We go out there and achieve what
we believe must be achieved. And because of
this, I see us all truly becoming a guiding force
in the years to come.”
Nicholas Magnasco
Salutatorian, Class of 2015
100% of our seniors graduated. Students were offered
$16,266,901 in scholarships and accepted to the
following colleges and universities:
ARIZONA
GEORGIA
CALIFORNIA
HAWAII
Arizona State University
American River College
Azusa Pacific University
Cabrillo College
California Baptist University
California Lutheran University
California Maritime Academy
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
California State University, Channel Islands
California State University, Chico
California State University, East Bay
California State University, Fresno
California State University, Monterey Bay
California State University, Sacramento
California State University, San Bernadino
California State University, Stanislaus
Chapman University
City College of San Francisco
Concordia University - Irvine
Contra Costa College
Cosumnes River College
Culinary Institute of America
Dominican University
East Los Angeles College
Fresno Pacific University
Hartnell College
Humboldt College
Loyola Marymount University
Mission College
Modesto Junior College
Saint Mary’s College of California
San Diego State University
San Francisco State University
San Joaquin Delta College
San Jose State University
Santa Barbara City College
Santa Clara University
Sierra College
Sonoma State University
University of Californa, San Diego
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Riverside
University of California, San Francisco
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of San Diego
University of San Francisco
University of Southern California
University of the Pacific
Universtiy of California, Davis
Whittier College
COLORADO
United States Air Force Academy
University of Colorado, Boulder
Agnes Scott College
Brigham Young University, Hawaii
University of Hawaii, West O’ahu
IDAHO
Boise State University
INDIANA
University of Notre Dame
KANSAS
University of Kansas
Wichita State University
MASSACHUSETTS
Springfield College
NEBRASKA
Creighton University
NEVADA
University of Nevada, Reno
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Dartmouth College
NEW YORK
Cornell University
Fordham University
Syracuse University
OHIO
Franciscan University of Steubenville
PENNSYLVANIA
Saint Francis College
SOUTH CAROLINA
Clemson University
Furman University
TEXAS
Saint Edward’s University
UTAH
Salt Lake Community College
VIRGINIA
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
WASHINGTON, D.C.
The Catholic University of America
WISCONSIN
University of Wisconsin, Madison
PHILLIPINES
Ateneo de Davao University (Philippines)
Excerpt from Fr. Fallon’s letter to St. Mary’s community:
Let me let you in on the story of a startup which did not begin in Silicon Valley but found its roots in the Central Valley…
At its beginning, St. Mary’s High School was very much like the modern-day start up. It had few resources but had the faith to follow through with a dream. That
dream of providing Catholic secondary education to the young people of the San Joaquin began to take shape when the Irish Catholic wife of the founder of the city
of Stockton, Captain Weber, persuaded her husband to donate a tract of land on which St. Mary’s would eventually stand. Another dream shaper was Archbishop
Sadoc Alameny, the first archbishop of San Francisco who persuaded the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael to leave their convent in the temperate climate of Benicia
to make what he called a “little sacrifice” to come to Stockton with its often unbearable heat, to raise funds for the building of the school. The sisters did their
fundraising by horse and buggy.
The first teachers were the Dominican Sisters who have maintained a constant presence even to today. Over these many years, the Dominicans were joined by the
Franciscans, Diocesan Priests, Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary and since 1970, the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales. The coming of the Oblates introduced the
school to the spirituality of St. Francis de Sales, one of our current patrons. The Spirituality of St. Francis de Sales has been wholeheartedly embraced by the school
community and it is one of our hallmarks. Our milestones over these 140 years are made up of the memories of people who have been part of us…
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athletics
DANCE & CHEER
The St. Mary’s dance and cheer teams have
been busy! They did 2 community service
events.
The dance and cheer teams participated in
Family Day in the Park at University Park. The
dance and cheer team walked in a mascot
parade and danced to music provided by
Cesar Chavez performing band and dance
team.
The second event was at Presentation Fall
Fest where they performed three routines for
friends and family of the school and church.
TCAL SPRING SPORTS
STOCKTON RECORD PLAYER OF THE
YEAR FOR 2014/2015:
Evan Fagundes (’15) Baseball; Noah Righetti (’15)
Football; Luis Araya (’16) Water Polo; Carson
Guendert (’16) Diving; Alisha Miller (’17) Diving;
Abbie Mulbarger (’16) Tennis
CHARLES WASHINGTON AWARD
FINALISTS:
Joey Salazar (’15) Lacrosse; Kodi Thruston (’15)
Football; Shantell Williams (’15) Track
TRI-CITY ATHLETIC LEAGUE
STOCKTON ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME
St. Mary’s is proud to announce that two of our teams are being inducted into this year’s
Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame
The Tri-City Athletic League covers activities for St.
Mary’s High School, Lincoln High School, Lodi High
School, Tokay High School, Tracy High School and
West High School.
TCAL SPRING CHAMPIONS
Baseball – TCAL Co-Champions (11-4)
Sac Joaquin South Section Champions (21-14)
Softball – TCAL Champions (13-2); Sac Joaquin
Sections (2-2)
1971 GOLDEN RAMS
Under the guidance of Coach Duane Isetti, the 1971 Varsity Football team rolled to a 9-0 season
record and won the Valley Oak League championship.
Campus Tours
Enrollment for 2016/2017 is now open.
2015 VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL
Coach Tom Gonsalves and the 2015 Varsity Girls Basketball team won the California State CIF
Open Division with an overall season record of 34-1.
Campus tours are available weekly.
Visit St. Mary’s and find out what it’s all about!
140 Years of Catholic Education
Providing the foundation for young adults to develop the total person Intellectually, spiritually, creatively and physically.
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around campus
BROADCASTING LIVE FROM SMHS
- Karl Winter (’18)
St. Mary’s has debuted a Broadcasting course this year, amid great excitement from participating students
and teachers alike. The Broadcasting 1 class, which fulfills a Fine Arts requirement for the tech-savvy student,
was established by the radical ideas of Mr. Paul Scheet, our AP U.S. History teacher and longtime football
broadcaster for St. Mary’s. Mr. Scheet’s knowledge of the equipment, theories, and behind-the-scenes work
involved with all types of broadcasts and television elements, have proved invaluable to the students, allowing
them to take control of the information and apply it to their video productions.
The Broadcasting course has covered several aspects of television production, including sports coverage,
interviews, sale and production of commercials, and camera terminology. With the wide variety of skills that
have come from the first few months of class, the students have used the hands-on experience for several
projects.
Parker Caston (’16) enjoys the freedom for creativity in the class. He said “I like the fact that it’s a student-run
class where we really get to do things on our own and have hands-on interaction with what goes on behind
the scenes in broadcasting.”
To date, we have produced live productions of all five varsity football games, as well as a volleyball match,
two frosh football games, and the 140th Celebration Mass on smhsramstv.com. One thing the students have
learned quickly is the need for teamwork. Samson Goudreau (’16) said, “The class is very enthusiastic and
creative, and I like how involved everyone is. We all communicate really well to carry out the events.”
Soon the students will be producing personally-created commercials with interviews mixed within the videos.
They are also working on the production of a news magazine show, St. Mary’s Today, to be shown every two
weeks beginning in the second quarter. With an abundance of television equipment and students who now
know how to use it, as well as the burning passion of both the students and adults involved, it certainly looks
like the sky is the limit for the brand-new St. Mary’s Broadcasting course.
Visit smramstv.com to learn more!
ST. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL THEATER
St. Mary’s High School took home five awards at the 33rd Annual Elly Awards Ceremony in September. The awards were for plays presented during the
2014-2015 school year. The Elly Awards are presented annually by the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance (SARTA) to schools and theaters
competing in a ten-county Northern California region. Under the direction of Kevin Costello, St. Mary’s Theatre has now been nominated for 82 Ellys,
and won 23 since 2009.
“The Pink Panther Strikes Again” Nominations and Winners
Costume Design for a Play: DiAnne Bowe and Jennifer
Gordon (Adults)
Lead Actor for a Play: Cort Carlson, Class of 2015,
Stockton
Lighting Design for a Play: Mark Sheasely (Adult)
Supporting Actor for a Play: Ethan Albala, Class of 2015.
1st SMHS student to win 2 Ellys! He won Best Supporting
Actor in a Musical for Shrek in 2014.
Set Design for a Play: Brian Johnson (Adult)
Sound Design for a Play: Christopher “C.J.” Martin –
Winner (Adult)
Lead Actress for a Play: Jacqueline Boyd, Class of 2016,
Stockton
Director of a Play: Kevin Costello (Adult)
Best Overall Production of a Play: Winner!
“Tommy, The Musical” Nominations and Winners
Costume Design for a Musical: DiAnne Bowe and Jennifer
Gordon (Adults)
Lighting Design for a Musical: Christina Martinez - Winner
(Adult)
Choreography: Evelyn Barney and John Thiel - Winners
(Adults)
Set Design for a Musical: Brian Johnson (Adult)
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Lead Actor for a Musical: Ethan Albala, Class of 2015
Supporting Actress for a Musical: Sydney Cruz, Class of
2015
Director of a Musical: Kevin Costello (Adult)
Best Overall Production of a Musical: Winner!
iLike my iPad - Caroline Stephens (‘17)
There’s no denying it – iPads are here to stay. From kindergarten through college, teachers are using iPads
to deliver instruction and engage students for learning in the 21st century. The faculty at St. Mary’s has
jumped on this technology wave and uses this new versatile tool to change the way they teach. Some of the
most innovative instructional software is being developed specifically for iPads and with more than 15,000
educational apps available through Apple’s app store, teachers will have no trouble finding material to use
in the classroom.
Our English Department Chair, Mrs. Gillespie, enjoys using her iPad to connect with other teachers and
having limitless resources for engaging and assessing students. “The iPad has allowed me to better attend
to the learning needs of my visual and auditory learners. I can direct them to specific sites that help them
grasp concepts and strengthen skill sets. This intervention is immediate and helps students to understand
that technology is not just for entertainment, but for growth and progress,” said Mrs. Gillespie.
Every student at St. Mary’s is required to purchase an iPad for school. Although this purchase can be
quite expensive for families, the educational benefits outweigh the cost. Students can access information
quickly, cutting down on research time. Mrs. Kozina, our religion teacher, said, “I enjoy being able to have
students get information instantly. No need to wait for answers.” Mrs. Kozina allowed her students to use
the iPad to follow the Pope during his U.S. visit.
For the students, it has been great. The iPad fits our lifestyle. It’s easier to use than the traditional computer
and this new novelty lends itself to our curiousity and more learning. Junior Will Ramirez uses his iPad the
most in Physics. He likes using the tablet to do calculations and take notes. It helps with homework and
checking answers. Will also commented, “I don’t have to go to my locker as much now and I feel more
organized for school.”
Senior Mi’cole Cayton uses her iPad the most in English Literature. “The iPad makes it so much easier to
take your Membean quizzes because you can access the quiz from class and don’t have to worry about
missing the deadline,” said Mi’Cole.
CROP
This summer we have been busy with
the CROP garden. We have provided
Catholic
Charities
with
zucchini,
bottleneck squash, green and yellow
beans,
carrots,
beets,
eggplant,
tomatoes, bell peppers, and persimmons
on a weekly basis. We have had a very
good harvest!
And let’s not forget about our environment. The iPad is a paperless innovation. From homework, tests and
digital textbooks, the iPad eliminates paper, saving dollars and our environment. Don’t believe me? Check
it out, there’s an app for that.
*Visit http://www.saintmaryshighschool.org/Media/Kettle.pdf to read our online student newspaper, the
Kettle, and learn more about our students’ points of view.
CHOIR-BAND
MURAL
Beginning in late April of this year, students from the
St. Francis de Sales Club initiated an idea to paint
a mural surrounding the Campus Ministry Office.
They took their ideas to art teacher, Mrs. Jean
Aguilar, and soon their wish to honor St. Francis
de Sales in a painting was born. With the help of
Mrs. Aguilar and their club moderators, Mrs. Eileen
Yeager and Mr. Harrison Brehm, a collection of
talented club members and some of Mrs. Aguilar’s
art students banded together through July, logging
in many hours to complete.
Last April, Mr. David Tanner’s music department
took home two Gold Awards at the 2015 Forum
Music Festival. Both the Prima Voce Choir and
Symphonic Band competed and ranked in the
top 10% on a national scale. This spring, Mr.
Tanner looks forward to his students competing
in the Heritage Music Festival in Los Angeles and
the Forum Music Festival in Santa Cruz. Good
luck to our music department!
Seventh and Eighth grade students who are
interested in applying to St. Mary’s are welcome
to spend a day with a freshman student who will
serve as the visitor’s personal guide for the day.
To arrange a shadow experience, please contact
[email protected]
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events
St. Mary’s High School 9th Annual
Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner
2015 INDUCTEES
Joseph Abdullah ‘91
Robert Carruesco ‘65
Angela Gotelli ’93 McShane
Ninth
Denise
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Coach Steve Towne
Varsity Football Team of 1960
COACHES:
John Moreno
Adrian Vera
Ken Castle*
John Dinublo*
T. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL
PLAYERS:
Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner
Dan Ahles
2015 Inductees
Martin Avila
Louis Bacigalupi
Greg Basso
Patrick Burke
Mike Calosso
Ronald Cecchini*
Leonard Cortez
Anthony Costa
Jim “Skip”
Declusin
Richard Derivi
John Dillon
Ray Guidi*
D. Harmon
Edward Jacques
Richard Jacques
Dan Leary*
Simon Molini*
Robert Munoz
Dante Nomellini
Dewey Pasquini
Melvin Ratto
Victor Robles
Michael Robustelli
Bob Ruiz
Jerry Shipman
Carl Thompson
Bill Urbani
Joseph Valverde
James Wells
Milestones & Memories with
The Saint Mary’s High School Exhibit
Victor
Robles
St. Mary’s
High School is
celebrating
140 years of
Michael
Robustelli
Memories
&
Bob Ruiz Milestones at
the Haggin Museum during
Jerry
Shipman
the month of February.
Carl
Thompson
We would appreciate any
Bill
Urbani
vintage
SM items -school
uniforms,
athletic uniforms,
Joseph
Valverde
pictures,
paperwork, etc.,
James
Wells
SAVE THE DATE
Grandparents Mass
SAINT MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL
welcomes
Grandparents f Family f Friends
to incorporate in our 140th
Anniversary Celebration.
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$45 per ticket
ade payable to St. Mary’s High School, Athletic HOF
R.S.V.P. by October 9, 2015
ther information, please contact the Development Office
(209) 957-3340, ext 195
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October 18, 2015
on display during the month of
St. Mary’s High School - Cafeteria
February!
5648 N. El Dorado Street, Stockton
for more info please call development
00pm Social / 6:00pm
Dinner / Awards Ceremony
209-957-3340 ext 195
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Robert Carruesco ‘65
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Coach Steve Towne
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Greg Basso
Ray Guidi*
Melvin
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Patrick Burke
D. Harmon
Mike Calosso
Edward Jacques
Ronald Cecchini*
Richard Jacques
Leonard Cortez
Dan Leary*
Anthony Costa
Simon Molini*
Jim “Skip” Declusin
Robert Munoz
Richard Derivi
Dante Nomellini
John Dillon
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tasting olive oils, enjoying good food, sipping wine, listening to live entertainment and celebrating the wonderful agriculture
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Annual Report
2014-2015
St. Mary’s High School has a record of responsible and prudent financial management. We continue to keep tuition increases to a minimum (an
average annual increase of less than 1 percent) while continuing to secure more resources for financial aid in an effort to keep St. Mary’s education
affordable for our families. With the completion of our new Athletic Performance Center, we are looking ahead to future facility improvements
including a new Science Center and needed renovations around campus.
We are grateful for your social, spiritual and financial support of our community.
St. Mary’s High School is blessed with dedicated faculty, staff and administrators who continue to recognize the link between education and future
success. We are proud of our students – what they have accomplished and what they will go on and achieve in life. The generosity of alumni and
friends helps St. Mary’s High School provide an education that is truly superior.
ST. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Year Ended June 30, 2014
REVENUES
Total Revenues = $9,945,000
77.90% Tuition, registration and class fees
0.50%
12.7%
4.9%
4.0%
General donations and fundraising events
Designated donations and grants
Athletics (game receipts, concessions,
donations and fundraising activities
Other Revenues
EXPENSES
Total Expenses = $9,945,000
wages, payroll taxes and
58.40% Salaries,
employee benefits
3.70%
6.70%
13.3%
6.0%
5.0%
6.9%
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Athletics
General, administrative and instructional
Plant maintenance and utilities
Depreciation expense for fixed assets
Fund reserve
ST. MARY’S
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BOARD OF
DIRECTORS
The St. Mary’s High School Board of
Directors meets monthly to discuss
and advise regarding school issues.
The board consists of alumni, parents
of students, and friends of St. Mary’s.
TRUSTEES
Mr. Jim Acosta ‘76
Mr. Dave Bevilaqua ‘75
Mrs. Carla Donaldson
Mrs. Nancy Sanguinetti Franzia ‘78
Mr. George Gibson ‘69
Mrs. Kathleen Lagorio Janssen ‘64
Mr. Brian Martucci
Mr. Robert Perasso ‘69
Mr. Kevin Sanguinetti
Mr. Gilbert Somera ‘90
Mr. Mario Starc ‘70
Dr. John Zeiter ‘80
Athletic Volunteers and Donors
Athletic Department
Volunteers
Vera Andujo
Mike Canote
Dr. Mike Carl
Liz Christopherson
Ron & Tere Cutler
Irene Dias
Orinda Fadal
Dr. Anan Faidi
Brian & Colleen Farnsworth
Dr. M. Elena Ferrer
Mary Geranio
Linda Gonsalves
Dr. Miguel & Cathy Hernandez
Willie Herrera
Dallas & Penny Knapp
Mirko Kozina
Geoff Lin-Cereghino
Lori Long
Robin Mesa
Lynee Monckton
Kevin Nishi
Gina Ornelas
Terri Perez
Kelly Pudwell
Don & Sylvia Rodgers
Patrick & Coraleta Rogers
Dr. Paul & Dr. Leslie Sackschewsky
Paul Scheet
Dr. Suzi Simoni
Ed Sullivan
Cecil Thomason
Lui Tuitama
Margie Van Over
Dr. Roland Winter
Carrie Yarborough
Elena Zapien
Randy Zaragoza
Homer Zarzuela
Athletic Donors
Don & Sylvia Rodgers
Patrick & Coraleta Rogers
Phil Johnson - Lincoln Center
Ryan Haggerty - Haggerty Construction
Brian Martucchi - Berberian Motors
Greg Tudor - Pacific Storage
John Chase - Chase Chevrolet
John Ferriolo - Chase Chevrolet
Gil Somera - Somera Law Offices
Eberhardt Family - Bank of Stockton
Rick Paulsen - New York Life
Doug Carruesco and Mike Carruesco
– Carruesco Homes
Baseball Donors
Phil & Wendy Johnson
Dan & Cathy Silva
Greg & Danielle Silva
Lacrosse Volunteers
Denise Heli
Paul Feist
Water Polo Donors
Joe & Connie Rishwain
Mike & Rhonda Jory
Wrestling Volunteers
Brian Pratt
Larry and Tina Tongninali
Dave Molina
Ramon Chicchon
Lisa Stinhilver
Cathy Carruesco
Nori Bungalon
Stacy Deal
Curt Lucero
Art Lopez
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Events Volunteers and Donors
Ela Barreno ‘15
Anthony Cabri ‘15
Christian Cardona ‘15
Peter Rainwater ‘15
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Committee Co-Chairs
Carey Madill ‘87
Kristen Sprague
Carrie Yarborough
Members
Marilyn Sosa ‘17
Eileen sowell ‘15
Paris Sprague ‘17
Cameron Trujillo ‘16
Savannah Wilson ‘16
Chelsey Yarborough ‘17
Hana Zumout ‘16
Jackie Baysinger
Alice Cotta
Stefani Delucchi ‘88
Cynthia Estrella
Cindy Hayes ‘83
Diane Malcoun
Kara Newman ‘85
Nancy Paulsen
Kelly Pudwell
Jolie Ruiz ‘86
Kristi Seligman ‘88
Gianna Stephens
Ed Sullivan
Sylvia Vargas ‘81
Jackie Villegas
Sponsors & Donors
Donors
Empowering Young
Women 2015
Chairpersons
Rima Barkett
Genesta Jackson
Committee
Angela Brusa
Barbara Daly
Father John Fallon, O.S.F.S.
Diane Malcoun
Kathy Salady ‘59
Kathy Smith
Tori Verber-Salazar ‘83
Laura Wilkinson ‘96
Butterfly Sponsors
Bank of Stockton
Joan Cortopassi
Engaging Sponsors
Student Committee Noreen Basso
Alyssa Alonzo ‘15
Mackenzie Basso ‘15
Brianna Cabrera ‘17
Karenna Case ‘18
Tyler Davenport ‘17
Nora Duffy ‘17
Emily Dunn ‘16
Taylor Elliott ‘15
Emily Ferrell ‘16
Megan Fong ‘15
Mia Franco ‘16
Lauren Franks ‘15
Janette Goriye ‘15
Grace Hayes ‘18
Hannah Hayes ‘16
Catherine Koziarz ‘16
Alyssa Light ‘16
Ellon Madill ‘18
Amanda Marchetti ‘15
Jamie Anne Narcisco ‘15
Olivia Navaroo ‘16
Addy Newman ‘16
Victoria Rios ‘15
Leila Rishwain ‘16
Jenna Ruiz ‘16
Marissa Sadek ‘16
Lucianna Salazar ‘18
Alianna Sanchez ‘16
Lexey Seligman ‘17
Alyssa Smith ‘16
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Tom and Maureen Cortopassi
Inspiring Sponsors
Dignity Health, St. Joseph’s Medical Center
Michael Duffy / Financial Center Credit Union
Dianne Gini
Kevin Sanguinetti
BJ Stewart
Becoming Sponsors
Helen Crane
Kathy Janssen
St. Mary’s High School
Marie Shane
Kathy Smith
Individual Donors
Delta Podiatry
Debbie Johnson
Erlene Raspo
Kathy Salady
In-Kind Donors
Bank of Stockton
Chatfield Vineyards
Mike Bedford, Duncan Press
Barbara Daly, Daly Video Services
Jen Dondero, Fiore Floral
Outfront Media
Jennifer Weber, The Weber Agency
Ala Rouge Salon - Betty Mayes
Along The Way
Artesian Natural Foods
Berberian Motors - Brian Martucci
Bikram Yoga Stockton
Boudin San Francisco Sourdough
Brookside Golf & Country Club
Burton’s Shoes - Cynthia Estrada
C.R. Porter - Tammy Kelly
Cecchetti Olive Oil
City Girl
Danz Jewelers
Greg ’84 & Stefani ’88 Delucchi
DeVons Fine Jewelers
Elk Grove Buik GMC - Tony & Kimberly
Stevens
Fina Boutique - Starr Donati
Marcia Fitzgerald
Great Clips - Todd & Kim Mulbarger
Great Spectacles - Lynda Winter
Harris, Perisho, & Ruiz - Dean Ruiz ‘86
Hayes Chiropractic - Shawn Hayes
Judy Hayes
Shawn & Cindy Hayes
Lincoln Center - Phil Johnson
Chris & Carey ’87 Madill
Market Tavern
McCay Cellars
Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio
Minerva’s Furniture
Noah’s Bagels - Rich Peterson
Ricky ’77 & Nancy Paulsen
Papapavlo’s Bistro & Bar
Perfect Pear
Phillips Construction
- Joe ’81 & Shelly Phillips
Pietro’s Trattoria - Jim & Annette Murdaca
Podesto’s Market & Deli
Portraits by Tammy - Tammy Tucker
Kelly Pudwell
Stefan & Brenda ’84 Pozzo
Pret - Judy Peterson
Gina Ratto ‘80
Regalo Bello
Renee’s Boutique
Rubio’s Stonecreek Village
SF Giants - Shana Willens Daum ‘88
Sassy Pants
Spectator - Kay Mettler
Stage II - Cathy Canaveri
Stone Brothers Management - Cathy Grebe
The Antiquarium
The Dermal Clinic
Theadora - Jackie Kromm
Tio Pepe
Tobacco Leaf
Trader Joe’s - Jeremy Foster
Twin Arbors Athletic Club
- Dennis Kaufman
UOP Office of Alumni Relations
- Kelli Page
Vicarmont Vineyards & Winery
Voila
Gina Warmerdam
Weibel Family Vineyards & Winery
Whirlow’s Tossed & Grilled
- Michael Whirlow
With Garden Flair
Woodbridge Golf & Country Club - Ernie
Miceli
Woodbridge Pizzeria
Kent & Carrie Yarborough
Zuesters
Volunteers
Karol Ford
Linda Gonsalves
Lori Pelligrino-Jackson
Penny Knap
Jackie Kromm
Chris Madill
Gio Rossini
Gianna & Phil Stephens
Ed Sprague
Blake Tatum
Lorraine & Geronimo Torres
Annual Appeal
Volunteers
Judy Canclini
Margaret Denton
Lynn Hoffman
Louise Aldemaher
Linda McCallister
Mary Ann Mahoney
Ewe Draw
Volunteers
Kathy Cauresco
Deanna Eberhardt
Amy Guidi
Lorraine Torres
Lynn Martucci
Stefani Delucchi
Evelyn Barney
Christina Fong
Jackie Kromm
Cindy Hayes
Kathy Essoyan
Colleen Mulrooney
Gia Duffy
Carrie Yarborough
Club 133 List
J. Paul Bacarro
Ed Barakatt
Dianne Brehm
Benjamin Calderon
Richard & Mary Calderon
Arthur & Joan Carey
Lloyd Chelli
Ron Delucchi
Donald Gamboni
Gerald Gini
Leslie Ann Gomes
Margaret Harkness
Don & Diana Hill
CatherineHolt
Lynn & Debbie Johnson
Diane Kohn
Loretta Lechich
Henry F. Maher
Mary Ann Mahoney
Donna L. Matthews
Elrene Maus
James McCarthy
Nona McHale
Nola Moccafiche
Lupe Armesquita Morishige
Kara Lee Macey Ruckriegel
Martha Santiago
Kathleen C. Standart
Arnold Toso
Gilbert Toso
Jan Busalacchi Yturri
Scholarship Donors
Mrs. Kathryn Abdallah-Griffin
Col. & Mrs. Don Alexander
Louise Andermahr
Mr. & Mrs. Greg Basso
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bernadicou
Ms. Julia Biscaia
Mrs. Ernesto Biscaia
Mrs. Barbara Boggs
Sister Patricia Boss, O.P.
Mrs. Joan Bottini
Gianna Brusa
Mrs. Donna Burke
Mr. Jim Burke
Mr. & Mrs. Ed Burke
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Calderon
Alex Cano & Family
Mrs. Becky Carlson
Debby Catanio
Mrs. Diane Chincholo
Larry Conti Family
Mary Ellen & Larry Conti
Mr. Steve Copello
Mr. & Mrs. Dino Cortopassi
Mrs. Heide Cortopassi
Mr. Kevin Costello
Mr. Michael Craig
Mrs. Joe Crane
Mr. & Mrs. James Declusin
Mr. Mark Deiro
Mrs. Irma Demichelis
Mrs. Lenore Dougherty
Mr. John Eagal
Mr. Doug Edelman
Mary Jean & Frank Enderle
Flores Family
Mrs. William Gaines
Mr. Larry Gaines
Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Gherardi
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Giannini
Mr. Edward Giannini
Mr. Mark Giannini
Courtney Giannini
Demi Giannini
Mr.& Mrs. George Gibson
Mrs. Ruby Gibson
Mr. David Gilmer
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gini
Mr. John Gotelli
Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord Green
Mr. & Mrs. Steven Guasco
Mr. Michael Gutterres
Sandi & John Haberman
Mr. Jose’ Hanagan
Joan & Michael Heffernan
Mrs. Margaret Heinz
Jeff Heitman Family
Mr. John Iacopi
Debbie & Lynn Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. George Jones
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kilby
Mr. & Mrs. Mirko Kozina
Mrs. Joanne Leach
Mrs. Susan Lenz
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lozano
Mr. Mike Luis
Mrs. Madeline Lynch
Mr. George Manassero
Jeanette & Rick Marcucci
Mrs. Rosemarie McQuire
Ms. Pat Minahen
Mr. & Mrs. Pat Morelli
Mr.& Mrs. Peter Morelli
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Morotti
Mrs. Toni Mussi
Mr. Greg O’Leary
Grace Paolini
Mr. & Mrs. Rick Paulsen
Toni Pombo
Mr. & Mrs. Ernie Pombo,Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Pratt
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Raspo
Mr. Robert Raspo
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Rishwain
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Rishwain
Mr. & Mrs. Don
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Rodgers
Mrs. Marjo Ruhl
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Salady
Mrs. Janet Sanders
Carol & Jim Sanguinetti
Mr. & Mrs. Ron Scatena
Mr & Mrs. Jim Schene, Jr.
Mr. Ron Schenone
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Shea
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Silva
Cheri & Frank Soda
Mr. Greg Traverso
Mr. Bill Trezza
Mrs. Frank Trucco
VanOver Family
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Vaz
Mr. & Mrs. George Visgilio
Mrs. Janet Wanner
Mrs. Betty Williams
Mrs. Eileen Yeager
Sarah & John Zanoni
Dr. & Mrs. John Zeiter
Holy Donut Ladies
Tess Aberle
Judy Canclini
Lynn Hoffman
Mary Ann Mahoney
Marie Shane
Norma De Pauli
Louise Andermahr
Class of 1929
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Mr. & Mrs. James Acosta
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Asborno
Mr. & Mrs. Vince Augello
Mr. & Mrs. George Badway
Ms. Bernadette Bagley
Bank of Agriculture & Commerce
Bank of Stockton
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Barkett
Mr. & Mrs. Greg Basso
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bernadicou
Most Rev. Stephen E. Blaire
Mr. & Mrs. John Butorac
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Calosso
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carlson
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Carruesco
Mr. George Clark
Mr. & Mrs. Lex Corrales
Mr. & Mrs. Dino Cortopassi
Mrs. C. Joseph Crane
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Driscoll, Jr.
Dominican Sisters of San Rafael
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Duffy/Financial
Center Credit Union
Mr. Jack H. Eagal
Mr. & Mrs. Steve Essoyan
Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Gherardi
Mr. & Mrs. George Gibson
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Gibson
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gini
Mrs. Dennis Green
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Guasco
Mr. & Mrs. William Halvorson
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Heffernan, III
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Heffernan
Ms. Marylyn Hoffman
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hoffman
Mr. Don Isetti
Mr. & Mrs. Dean Janssen
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kavanaugh
Mr. & Mrs. Vladimir Kozina
Mr. & Mrs. David Lucchetti
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Martucci
Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Morelli
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Murphy
Mrs. Robert Nejedly
Mr. Dante Nomellini
The Oblates of St. Francis de Sales
Mr. Gregory O’Leary
Mr. Jeff Palmer
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Patmon, III
Mrs. Max Paulsen
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Paulsen
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Payne
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Perasso
Mr. & Mrs. Craig Podesta
Port of Stockon
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Raspo
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Raspo
Mrs. Edmond Rishwain
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rishwain
Mr. & Mrs. William Rogan
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Salady
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Salazar
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Sambado
Mr. & Mrs. Craig Schrader
Ms. Elyse Sciutti
Ms. Sylvia Sciutti Dinelli
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Seligman
Mrs. Marie Shane
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Shea
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Shipman
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Silva
Mr. Angelo Stagnaro
Mrs. Thelma Stewart
Mrs. John Van Ruiten
Mr. & Mrs. George Visgilio
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Wagner
Mrs. Joan Wainwright
The William Wallace Family
Mr. & Mrs. Don Wiley
Mr. & Mrs. Doug Wilhoit
Dr. & Mrs. Roland Winter
Dr. & Mrs. Henry Zeiter
Dr. & Mrs. John Zeiter
Annual Appeal Donor List
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Ms. Gina Abbas
Hon. George Abdallah
Ms. Theresa Aberle
Mr. & Mrs. James Acosta
Ms. Beverly Alonzo
Mr. Nicholas Aninag
Mr. James Arbios
Mr. Philip Asborno
Mr. Ray Baglietto
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Barakatt
Mr. Edward Barakatt
Ms. Denise Bennet
Mrs. Helen Bernardo
Mr. Robert Bernardo
Mr. & Mrs. Dave Bevilaqua
Ms. Aileen Boyer
Mr. Matthew Brewer
Mr. John Briscoe
Mr. & Mrs. Ron Bruno
Ms. Donna Burke
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Burke
Ms. Donna Burke
Mr. Michael Calosso
Mr. Larry Canevari
Ms. Susan Caufield
Ms. Carol Cesena
Mr. Lloyd Chelli
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Cooper
Mrs. Squad Courey
Mrs. Helen Crane
Mr. Thomas Decker
Ms. Josephine Delaney
Mr. Tom DeLuca
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Doran
Mr. Henry Eilers
Ms. Elizabeth Fitzgerald
Ms. Margaret Fleming
Mr. Tim Flynn
Mr. Donald Garibaldi
General Mills Foundation
Ms. Gemma Giannecchini
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Giannini
Mrs. Janet Giffen
Mrs. Janet Giffen
Ms. Diane Goeke
Mr. & Mrs. William Goodman
Ms. Marcia Green
Mr. Charles Green
Mr. & Mrs. William Halvorson
Mr. Howard Harahara
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Harrity
Mr. & Mrs. Jim Heffernan
Ms. Susan Heffernan
Mr. John Heinsius
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Hogan
Mr. Steven Hope
Mr. H.L. Isola
Ms. Marian Jacobs
Mr. & Mrs. Dean Janssen
Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Johnson
Ms. Laura Johnson
Judge & Mrs. Frank Kim
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Lem
Ms. Petronella Lip
Mr. & Mrs. Stan Little
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Longoria
Ms. Frances M. Lowry
Mr. Edward Lyons
Ms. Marie Madel
Ms. Kathryn Maher
Mr. Dennis Maher
Manny’s California Fresh Café
Ms. Hannelore Marler
Ms. Carol Marshall
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Martinez
Mr. & Mrs. Don Mazzilli
Mrs. Marlene McColm
Mr. & Mrs. Pat McGuire
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McGuire
Brother James McMenamin, OSFS
Mrs. Patricia Melena
Mr. William Menking
Ms. Sharon Miller
Mrs. Suzanne Mitchell Bryant
Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Molini
Ms. Dana Marie Monroe
Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Morelli
Mr. & Mrs. Stan Morri
Ms. Sharon Moy
Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Moyer
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry & Sandy Murphy
Mr. Sam Nehme
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Norman
Mr. & Mrs. John Olsen
Mr. John P. O’Neil
Mr. Daniel Ortega
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Pezzi
Mr. Jerry Phoenix
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Poggi
Mr. & Mrs. John Prioli
Ms. Frances Quinn
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Rishwain
Ms. Anita Rossi
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Salady
Ms. Janet Sanders
Mr. & Mrs. Ari Sanders
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert P. Sanguinetti
Ms. Marie Shane
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Shea
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Simmons
Mr. & Mrs. Greg Smith
Mr. Harley Smith
Mr. Donald Stader
The Steer Family
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Stevens
Mrs. Frances Sanguinetti Stone
Mr. Joshua Stork
Mr. Thomas Thomas
Mr. Antonio Torlai
Mr. Gilbert Toso
Mr. Daniel Valdez
Ms. Lucy Vanoni
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Vranicar Jr.
Mr. David Wainwright
Mr. John Walsch
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Weaver
Ms. Joyce Weber
Mr. & Mrs. Jon Weiner
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Wernette
Mr. & Mrs. Don Wiley
Ms. Mary Jo Williams
Mrs. Roxy Woodard
Ms. Jody Wooten
Dr. John Zeiter
Memorials
DECEASED
Asborno, Louis
Atwater, Patsy
Avila, Linda
Barron, George J.
Batres, Tray
DONOR
MEMORIAL
Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Richard Paulsen
Rudy & Bev Antonini
Lynn & Debbie Johnson
Don & Rose Leonardini
John Presto, Jr.
Vivian Simon
Angelo Stagnaro
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Johnson Family Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Lozano Family Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Angelo Stagnaro
Biscaia, Ernesto
Frank & Ramona Lozano
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Frank & Kathy Salady
Boggiano, Tillie
Lynn & Debbie Johnson
Don & Rose Leonardini
Cathy McCurdy & Family
Jim & Debra Leonardini
Angelo Stagnaro
Linda Milhausen
George & Peg Sadek
Cheryl Wolf
Phil O’Connell Grain Co., Inc
Luigi & Karen Gherardi
Lydia Vosti
Albert Taylor & Cecilia Moran
Michael & Julia Scriven
Lydia Costa
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Joyce Weber
Lynn Tarrant
Bradley & Marjory Schrenk
Elmer & Angela Molini
Angelo Stagnaro
Bella, Dario
Braddock, Gregory
Brusa, Seldon
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Tony & Jackie Zupo
Bob & Suzanne Long & Family
Helen Crane & The Laughlin
Family
Manny & Peg Borges
Rene Rodriguez
Vanadeane Brooks
Delta Eye Medical Group
Don & Rose Leonardini
Wayne & Gwen Segale
Max & Marion Paulsen
David & Marilyn Dillon
Rosemary Beckwith
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Ray & Nancy Righetti
Michael & Tammy Carruesco
Ken & Yukiye Yamashita
James & Rebeca Acosta
Michael Cox & Family
Memorial Fund
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
DECEASED
Brusa, Seldon
Burdue, John
Burke, Edward &
Lillian
Cabral, Lorraine
DONOR
Michael & Julia Scriven
Gregory & Kathy Smith
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Ernest & Lily Ito
Kent & Carrie Yarborough
William Trezza
John & Annette Sanguinetti
Darlene Ferrario
David & Barbara Silva
Jim & Karen Munro
Willard & Sharon Mason
Craig & Shery Hoellwarth
Virginia Daniels
Pozzo Family
Thomas Rusk & Donna Burke
Lynn & Debbie Johnson
The Tokunaga Family
Ted & Suellen Yoneda
The Meier Family
Dean & Kathleen Janssen
Frank & Erlene Raspo
Jack & Jacqueline Ferrill
Les & Judith Bosch
George Clark
Tim & Lynnette Harrity
Doug & Margie Eberhardt
David Lucchetti & Family
Thomas & Kathleen Powers
Gloria Costamagna
David & Stephanie Jones
Gina Toccoli
Lyle & Bonnie Garcia
Richard Sperisen
Angelo Stagnaro
Ellen Cademartori
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Angelo Stagnaro
John Presto
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Cantaloupi, Kathleen Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Cantaloupi, Mel
Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Carlson, Robert
Angelo Stagnaro
Castellanos, Raquel
Ching, Susie
Coleman, John
Conti, Francesco
Conti, Larry
Conti, Larry & Adele
Corradi, Sally
Thomas & Dena Hernandez
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Kris & Joan Hinds
Bret & Laura Tholborn
Peter & Cindy Morelli
David & Sherry Leonard
Angelo Stagnaro
Costa, George
Frank & Ramona Lozano
Davis, James
Marsha Shearer
MEMORIAL
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Johnson Family Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
Seldon Brusa Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Edward & Lillian Burke
Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Girls’ Choir
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Cheer Team
Cheer Team
Morelli Family Scholarship
Larry Conti Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Frank & Ramona Lozana
Scholarship
Athletic Dept.
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Memorials
DECEASED
Davis, John
De Board, James
De Ganna, Thelma
DONOR
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Angelo Stagnaro
Diehl, Jonathan
Henry & Joan Shea
Dowling, Christopher Kathleen Calad
Dunn, Cindy
Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson
Esau, Anne
Estrada, Elvera
Farley, Nadine
Fay, Joan
Firpo, Robert
Fisk, Angela
Judi Auwinger
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Angelo Stagnaro
Gaea, Jeanne
George, Dan
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Tim & Lynette Harrity
Linda Vieira
Kenneth & Yukiye Yamashita
Alan & Marlesse Young
Paula Monroe
R.V. & J.S. Kavanaugh
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Gregory & Noreen Basso
Rudy & Stephene Croce
Florence Cubiburu
P & M Morelli Properties, LP
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Stephen & Gerri Ramirez
Greg & Kathy Smith
Gherardi, Cesarina
Frank & Kathy Salady
Gobbell, Fred
Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson
Gobbell, Helen
Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson
Gomes, Bill & Adele
Green, William
Dolores Nejedly
Louis & Dianne Bernadicou
William & Joan Simon & William
Jr.
LaVerne Mazzilli
John & Sandra Haberman
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Don & Rose Leonardini
The Jory Family
Rudy & Stephanie Croce
Rob Rao & Sukhjit Kullar
Dorothy Boccadoro
Joan Flor
Dougherty CPAs, Inc.
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Gregory & Kathy Smith
Frerich, Nicholas
Gaea, Jeanne
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Don & Rose Leonardini
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Frank & Erlene Raspo
Judi Auwinger
Mary Ann Mahoney
Angelo Stagnaro
Carol Harbert
MEMORIAL
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Anthony & Rita Morelli
Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Leora Stanfield Scholarship
Scholarship Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Leora Stanfield Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Morelli Family Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Morelli Family Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Anthony & Rita Morelli
Scholarship
Anthony & Rita Morelli
Scholarship
Chapel Fund
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Morelli Family Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Scholarship Office
DECEASED
Green, William
DONOR
Stephen & Karen Lynch
Donald & Barbara Gini
Marchant-Rodriguez Family
Donna Burke
Jann & Grace Bueno
Betty Lane
Kenneth & Carmel Breakfield
Melanie Newton
George Clark
Stephen & Brenda Rice
Heritage Bank of Commerce
James & Dina De Martini
Wayne & Gwen Segale
Gregory O’Leary
Kathleen Janssen
David & Mary Lansford
Frank & Kathy Salady
Guiliani, Beatrice
Hall, Carl
Harrell, Robert
Harris, OFM,Fr.
Xavier
Thomas & Dena Hernandez
Lory & Vickie Mussi
Marie Simon
James & Joanne Scheiber
John & Diane Feneck
Max & Marion Paulsen
Benjamin & Barbara George
Sister Marie Molini, OP
W.J. & P.A. Rapp
Dorores Bernasconi
Mark Antonini
Frank & Ramona Lozano
Gary & Jennifer Giannini
Klor Family
Mary Ann Green & Family
The Silvey Family
Gary & Jillan Mancebo
Florence Cubiburu
Larry Marchetti
Philip & Souad Courey
Jim & Carole Kiefer
Philip Asborno
John & Diane Feneck
James & Joanne Scheiber
Alvin & Doris Cortopassi
Frank & Erlene Raspo
Dougherty CPAs, Inc.
Anthony, Kerie & Arianna
Rishwain
Duke & Suzy Wilkinson
Mary Jo Ferroggiaro
The Family of Marie Simon
Hernandez, Florence Don & Rose Leonardini
Angelo Stagnaro
Heitman, Jeff
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Kelley OSFS, Father Don & Rose Leonardini
Clark
Lynn & Debbie Johnson
Ernie Biscaia, Jr. Family
MEMORIAL
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Albina Rossi O’Leary
Scholarship
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Athletic Dept.
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Lozano Family Scholarship
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Office
Scholarship Dept.
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Roy & Erma Delucchi
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Jeff Heitman Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Memorials
DECEASED
DONOR
Kelley OSFS, Father Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Clark
Barbara Harada
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Luigi & Karen Gherardi
Steven & Susan Towne
Gregory & Kathy Smith
John & Sandra Haberman
Wayne & Gwen Segale
Gregory O’Leary
Kathleen Janssen
Frank & Kathy Salady
Thomas & Dena Hernandez
Arnold & Georgette Toso
C. Joseph & Helen Crane Family
Foundation
Edward & Sally Burke
Max & Marion Paulsen
Kathleen Calad
Sister Marie Molini
Mary Ann Mahoney
George Clark
Frank & Kimberly Arburua
Margaret Heinz
Donna Burke
Kerns, Barbara Kay
La Centra, Joseph
Larranaga, Joe
Larranaga, Terry
Leary, Dan
Lobosco, Eileen
Lucas, Jerry
Malcoun, Renee
Mancebo, Richard
MEMORIAL
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Mancebo, Richard
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Albina Rossi O’Leary
Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Education Dept.
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Edward& Lillian Burke
Scholarship
Gary & Jennifer Giannini
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Vincent Augello
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Dolores Nejedly & Family
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Kevin & Donna Schwemley
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Mark & Drew Vranicar
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Harry & Frances Osell
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Philip & Souad Courey
Roy & Erma Delucchi
Scholarship
David Rainwater
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Jerome & Grace Paolini
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Marie Shane
Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Morelli Family Scholarship
Joyce Weber/Dr. Kathleen Weber Memorial Fund
Florence Cubiburu
Memorial Fund
Florence Cubiburu
Memorial Fund
Frank & Kathy Salady
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
LaVerne Mazzilli
Albina Rossi O’Leary
Scholarship
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund
Anthony, Kerie & Arianna
Rishwain
Steven & Susan Towne
John & Gin Miller
David & Mary Smith
Jim & Carla Donaldson
Grace Bueno
Frank& Lisa Passadore
Pete & Veronica Pezzi
Marie Baretta
Max & Ann Stowers
Thomas & Barbara Patla
Mary Ann Mahoney
DECEASED
Memorial Fund
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Martucci, Richard
Mason, Billy
Matteucci, Albert
McMenamin OSFS,
Bro. Neil
DONOR
John & Marge Scheuber
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Jaynie Gaines
Antonio & Lila Guzman
Sandra Jenkins
Wayne & Gwen Segale
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Albert & Teresa Garibaldi
Don & Rose Leonardini
Mr.& Mrs. Ray Franzone
Daniel Phelps, Bowman & Co.
LLP.
Mary Ann, Ken & Lori Green &
Family
Robert & Lisa Lucchesi
Wayne & Beatrice Christian
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Thomas & Dena Hernandez
Larry & Kathleen Solari
Frank & Ramona Lozano
Stephan & Kathryn Essoyan
Ronald & Cheryl Bailey
Eugene & Bonita Brown
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Wayne & Gwen Segale
Frank & Kathy Salady
William Trezza
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Don & Rose Leonardini
Mazzilli Famly
Sr. Marie Molini
Mazzilli Family
Misasi, Anne
Mondo, Candace
Morelli, Peter &
Marie
Muroaka, Satoru
Nejedly, Robert
Nomellini, John
Norris, Mike
Paulsen, Max
Judi Auwinger
Tony & Renee Abdallah
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Dolores Nejedly
Philip & Kathleen Asborno
Ray & Shirley Benson
Doris Ehlert
Peter & Cindy Morelli
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Don & Rose Leonardini
David & Barbara Silva
Angelo Stagnaro
Barry & Barbara McCandless
Mark & Nora Burton
Mary Ann,Ken,Lori,& Stephen
Green
MEMORIAL
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Men’s Basketball Program
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Frank & Ramona Lozana
Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Richard Mancebo Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Anthony & Rita Morelli
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Drama Dept.
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Morelli Family Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Edward& Lillian Burke
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Albina Rossi O’Leary
Scholarship
Leora Stanfield Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Morelli Family Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Chapel Fund
Memorial Fund
Rose Leonarini Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Morelli Family Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
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Memorials
DECEASED
Paulsen, Max
Peirano, Donald
Pereira, Alice
Pombo, Ella
Pope, Ed
Precissi, Anna
Presto, Billie
DONOR
James & Rebeca Acosta
Jim & Debra Leonardini
Adam Karp
LaVerne Mazzilli
Peter & Marianne Bernadicou
Gary Baughman, D.D.S.,M.S.
Cyril Seligman
Henry & Joan Shea
Denis & Joyce Willens
Duane Isetti
Michael & Joan Heffernan
Dennis & Marion Flaherty
Blackmun Equipment Leasing
Ernie Segale
Dean & Kathy Janssen
Thomas & Dena Hernandez
Clarence & Judy Knutsen
William & Mary Brierly
Elizabeth Brusa
Patmon Company, Inc.
Shirley Delfatti
Frank & Erlene Raspo
Paul & Kathy Vaz
Kent & Carrie Yarborough
Bill & Lorraine Halvorson &
Family
Jerilyn Ratto
Keith & Elinore Brecht
Lawrence & Beverly Sambado
Bob & Janet Kavanaugh
Robert Perasso
Gary & Jillan Mancebo
William Trezza
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Ed & Sally Burke
Gary & Jennifer Giannini
Richard Sperisen
Mark Croce
Richard Sperisen
Richard & Dianne Chinchiolo
William & Mary Brierly
Larry & Yolanda Marchetti,
Catherine Flor
Charles & Sandra Mello
Carol Sanguinetti
Ernie & Elaine Pombo
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Dolores Nejedly
Edward & Sally Burke
Tony & Renee Abdallah
Angelo Stagnaro
John Presto Family
Bruce & Alyce Benninger
Quinn, Frances
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Sr. Marie Molini & Catherine
Camara
MEMORIAL
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Max Paulsen Scholarship
Tony Gotelli Sports
Scholardhip
Scholarship Dept.
Memorial Fund
Damon Pombo Scholarship
Damon Pombo Scholarship
Damon Pombo Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Chapel Fund
SM General fund
Memorial Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
DECEASED
DONOR
Reischman, Virginia
Frank & Kathy Salady
Quinn, Frances
Rose Leonardini
Angelo Stagnaro
Greg & Kathy Smith
Rishwain, Peter
Robinson, Frances
O’Brien
Ruckstuhl, George
Rule, Marguerite
Salvetti, Norma
Smallwood, Barbara
Tatum, Chuck
Tavella, Ernie
Tei, Giovacchini
Tei, Giovacchini
Vaccarezza, Silvio
Marian Jacobs
Ray, Wilma & Krisi Franzone
Judge & Mrs. Frank Kim
Ray & Peggy Baglietto
William Trezza
Josephine Picchi
Frank & Kathy Salady
Rudy & Bev Antonini
Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family
Judi Auwinger
Richard, Yvonne, Marisa & Silvio
Dell’Aringa
Judi Auwinger
James & Janie Samuel
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Raymond & Elsie Camera
Patti & Dominique Azpeitia &
Family
Ray & Kris Camera & Family
Angelo Stagnaro
Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson
Visser, Geb
Welliver, Don
Williams, Bunnie
Zollinger,Bob &
Barbara & Peter
MacDonald
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Arnold & Georgette Toso
Annabelle Welliver & Ellen
Albright
Angelo Stagnaro
William & Corinne Heryford
MEMORIAL
Rose Leonardini Scholarship
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Scholarship Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Joseph & Virginia Reischman
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Leora Stanfield Scholarship
Scholarship Fund
Leora Stanfield Scholarship
Rhonda Tatum-Eagal
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Anthony & Rita Morelli
Scholarship
Memorial Fund
Memorial Fund
Annual Fund
William Sanders III
Scholarship
Principal’s Emergency Fund
Special Occasions
HONOREE
DONOR
OCCASION
Biscaia, Paula
Ernesto and Maria Biscaia
Birthday/Cindy Biscaia Scholarship
Calosso, Mr. & Mrs. Michael
Gregory & Noreen Basso
50th Wedding Anniversary
Calosso, Mr. & Mrs. Michael
Barry & Barbara McCandless
50th Wedding Anniversary
Catanio, Debby
Carol Sanguinetti
Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Catanio, Debby
Cheryl Pombo-Soda
Charitable Donation/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Ella Pombo
Antionette Pombo
Mother’s Day/Birthday/Damon pombo Scholarship
Enderle, Mary Jean
Cheryl Pombo Soda
Damon Pombo Scholarship
Enderle, Mary Jean
Antoinette Pombo
Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Enderle, Mary Jean
Carol Sanguinetti
Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Ernie pombo
Antionette Pombo
Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Morelli, Peter
Kathy Fay, Chris Kilby, Chris Martin, Judy Zeiher
Birthday/Morelli Family Scholarship
Pombo Ernie & Elaine
Carol Sanguinetti
Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Pombo, Ella & Children
Debora Catanio
Damon Pombo Scholarship
Pombo, Ella & Damon
Antoinette Pombo
Christmas/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Pombo, Toni
Carol Sanguinetti
Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Rishwain, Joe & Connie
Jeff & Linda Heiser
50th Wedding Anniversary
Rogers, Coraleta
Nicholas Elliott & William Grotemeyer
Birthday/Coraleta Rogers Scholarship
Sanguinetti, Carol
Antoinette Pombo
Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship
Scriven, Mike
David & Sherry Leonard
Birthday/ SM Chapel Fund
SM Football Program
Gerald & Patty Shipman
Charitable Donation
St Mary’s Chapel
Mary Ann Mahoney
Charitable Donation
St. Mary’s High School
Angelo Aiello
Charitable Donation
Raymond & Beverly Owning
President’s Account for Scholarships
Joseph & Teresa Hermosillo
President’s Account for Scholarships
Hollandale Nursery
Charitable Donation
L. Gutterres, M. Gutterres
Charitable Donation
Frank & Ramona Lozano
68th Wedding Anniversary/ Lozano Family Scholarship
Valverde, Ben & Lucy
LOST ALUMNI
Alumni Office Needs Your Help!
We have too many lost alumni let’s get them back to St. Mary’s!
Go to http://bit.ly/SMalumni and
click on the year you want to
check and find familiar names.
Please email [email protected]
saintmaryshighschool.org or call
us at (209) 957-3340, ext 112 with
any addresses you can give us.
Thank you!
~ Sister Marie Molini (‘46) and
Rose Simonelli Leonardini (‘48)
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class notes
Class of 1972
John Zidich was named President of Domestic Publishing in 2015. John has oversight for all domestic
publishing business, which includes both print and related digital products and sales across the organization. He formerly was chief
executive of Republic Media & publisher of The Arizona Republic. Before coming to Phoenix, he served as president & publisher of the
Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal, after starting his Gannett career in 1977 at the Stockton Record, formerly owned by Gannett.
Class of 1980
Paul DeLuca and his daughter, Emmy DeLuca (’18), recently climbed to the summit of Mount Whitney,
the highest peak in the continental United States. They achieved the 14,505-foot climb in 14-1/2 hours, covering 22 miles. “Mental and
physical strength is vital in order to build resilience when feeling the effects of altitude and fatigue. I owe my fitness level to the training program I follow
as a member of the St. Mary’s volleyball team,” said Emmy.
Class of 1983
Gloria Sandoval has been appointed deputy director of public affairs at the California Department of Parks and Recreation.
Gloria has served as associate director of communications at the California Natural Resources Agency since 2014. She served as a public information
officer at the California Department of Parks and Recreation from 2013 to 2014 and held several positions at the California Department of Boating and
Waterways from 2000 to 2013, including public information officer and boating education specialist.
Class of 1986
Scott Weaver is a principal at Carney Badley Spellman and practices in the area of commercial litigation, general civil
litigation, real estate and business. He was named by Washington Rising Star magazine as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in Washington state.
Scott graduated summa cum laude from the University of San Diego and earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of California, Los Angeles,
School of Law and a certificate in Commercial Real Estate from the University of Washington.
Class of 1996
David Giordano has been named Teacher of the Year by the faculty of Mt. Diablo School District. David teaches at Olympic
High School in Concord and is a strong proponent of alternative education. Vice Principal Sandra Spaulding nominated David for the honor, citing his
ability to work well with all the stakeholders: students, teachers, parents and school personnel. “He respects and reaches the at-risk students and helps
them reach their own goals,” she said. David received both his Teaching Credential and Masters in Teaching Leadership from St. Mary’s College of
Moraga.
Class of 2005
Kathleen Aranda graduated from Chaminade University of Honolulu in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a
minor in Chemistry. She is working on a Masters in Education with a focus on STEM. Kathleen has taught high school science for the past five years and
is currently teaching at San Joaquin Building Futures Academy in Stockton. She is married and has two step-sons, and recently bought their first home.
Class of 2010
Alle Moreno was named assistant coach for the San Jose State women’s basketball programs. The majority of her time will
focus on recruiting, coordinating team travel and directing youth camps. In addition, she has responsibilities for film breakdown and fundraising. Alle
holds a Bachelor of Arts from Sacramento State University and a Masters in Business Administration from San Jose State University.
Class of 2011
Max Wilkinson graduated from the Air Force Academy in May and is now 2nd Lieutenant Wilkinson. He led
Squadron 24 in the air parade as Squadron Commander. He is currently in Texas for Pilot training.
U.S. Navy Ensign Jacqueline Marie Rine graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in May and was commissioned as an officer in
the U.S. Navy. After graduation, she was assigned to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland,
where she will continue studies toward a degree in medicine.
Dominick DiSerio
also graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, in May. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Systems
Engineering. At the academy, he was a member of the silent drill team. He has been commissioned as a Second lieutenant in the Marine Corps.
Brittany Franks graduated with honors from San Diego State University.
Class of 2012
Lauren Fisher is debuting the new fall 2015 Nike MetCon training shoe in her own exclusive colorway – a shoe specifically
tailored for high-intensity competitive training. “To me, strength is not only being strong in weight lifting and training, but also having that special willpower
in your daily life. Pushing through obstacles and not listening to what others say.” At 18 years old, Fisher finished 9th in the world championships and also
represented the United States in the Junior World Weightlifting Championships. Lauren is a senior at San Diego State University and joined the Invictus
gym under coach C.J. Martin. Since her move, she has finished ninth overall at the 2014 Nationals and represented the United States in the Junior World
Weightlifting Championships.
Class of 2013
Grace Cabri visited her brother, Anthony Cabri (’15), at the Air Force Academy.
“My parents and I were there to watch the Acceptance Day Ceremony which marks the end of Basic Training
and the acceptance of the new freshman class into the cadet wing. We were able to talk to him for a few hours,
check out the campus, etc. While we were visiting we stopped at his room to drop off a few things, and as we were
standing there a familiar face happened to walk by. It turns out, Joey Carl (’13) now lives just a few doors down
from Anthony! I couldn’t help but laugh when we found out. It’s too funny to think that the two St. Mary’s kids at the
Academy are now living down the hall from each other!”
Class of 2014 Wesley Thompson made the Dean’s List at Cal Lutheran University.
Anthony Cabri (’15)
Joey Carl (’13)
in memoriam
May They Rest In Peace
March 1, 2015 – September 21, 2015
Dario Bella................................ 1941
Daniel Leary............................. 1960
Joseph Larranaga.................... 1942
Paul Silvani............................... 1966
Marian Sorenson Ehresman..... 1945
Jesse Bello............................... 1970
Frances Quinn.......................... 1950
Gregory Braddock.................... 1978
Angela Baccelli Fisk................. 1955
Jeffrey Heitman........................ 1980
Angela Torlai Mariani................ 1941
Ann Clark Stiefvater.................. 1960
Thelma Risso de Ganna........... 1944
Robert Firpo.............................. 1969
Donald Peirano......................... 1947
Sally Costanza Corradi............. 1970
Nicholas Holt, IV....................... 1953
Jonathan Diehl.......................... 1980
Donald Martin........................... 1959
Keisha Wooten......................... 1996
Matthew Smith II....................... 2008
Our Lady, Queen of the
Angels Chapel
Friends of St. Mary’s
March 1, 2015 – September 21, 2015
Peter Rishwain (March 7, 2015)
Richard Martucci (March19, 2015)
A leaf in our chapel is a special way to show your
Bro. Neil McMenamin, O.S.F.S. (April 7, 2015)
(209) 957-3340, ext 180 or email
Msgr. Harmon Skillin (May 22, 2015)
support. Contact Diane Malcoun in Development at
[email protected]
Ken Botto
Ken Botto (’55) recently passed away at the age of 71. Mr. Botto
was a photographer whose works were shown in the New York
Metropolitan Museum and the New York and San Francisco
Museums of Modern Art. As a student at St. Mary’s, Mr. Botto
did the drawings for The Kettle newspaper. In 1978, Mr. Botto
published the photography book, “Past Joys.” There is a research
award of $5,000 being offered for individuals willing to study Mr.
Botto’s life/work, or to work in the same tradition.
For more information visit http://www.creativephotography.org/
study-research/fellowships-internships/Kenneth-j-botto-researchfellowship
Stop by the Van Ruiten Family Library and view other
collections of our graduates published books!
The Unspeakables - Laverne Gay ‘32
Wine of Satan - Laverne Gay ‘32
We Wore Jump Boots and Baggy Pants - John Ospital ‘32
A Foreign Kid in World War II Shanghai - George A. Kulstad ‘53
My Pioneer Grandfather, John Henry Tone - Alice Tone Gibbons ‘55
Past Joys - Ken Botto ‘55
The Center of Attention - Ron Morgan ‘59
Mutual Dreaming - Linda Lane Magallon ‘61
The Great Society and Related Verse - J.F. Martin, Jr. ‘61
Falsework - John Briscoe ‘66
The Taddich Grill - John Briscoe ‘66
Extraordinary Golf - Fred Shoemaker ‘70 and Pete Shoemaker ‘68
The Hip Girls Handbook - Patty DeGregori ‘93
You’re a Vampire - That Sucks!: A Survival Guide - Domenick Dicce ‘ 95
Seldon Brusa (May 28, 2015)
Max Paulsen (July 23, 2015)
Honor the
memory of your
loved one and
help a student
who has lost a
parent with a
Tribute Gift.
Memorial Gifts Program
A tribute gift is a special way to honor or remember a loved one. Upon
receipt of your contribution an acknowledgment card will be sent to the
person designated, stating that a donation has been received in their honor.
When you honor the memory of a deceased person, you help a student
who has lost a parent. Memorial gifts may also benefit scholarships and
departments. St. Mary’s living benefactors are remembered at Mass on
the First Friday of each month. The names of the deceased are inscribed
in our In Memoriam book and are remembered in a special Mass on the
third Wednesday of each month in the St. Mary’s Chapel.
Please mail form below to:
St. Mary’s Alumni Office | P.O. Box 7247 | Stockton, CA 95267-0247
In the Name of:
Mail Acknowledgement Card to:
Address:
How do you wish the card signed:
Date:
Amount: $
 In Memory of  Scholarship  Birthday
 Anniversary  Special Occasion__________________
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Saint Mary’s High School
Development Office
P.O. Box 7247
Stockton, CA 95267-0247
November
8 President’s Club Dinner
24 Blue Mass
December
8 Grandparents Mass
15-18 S1 Final Exams
Save the Date
January
6-22 CROP Clothing Drive
21 Incoming Frosh Parent Info Night
22 Eighth Grade Day
23 First Placement Test
February
1-5 Catholic Schools Week
6 Crab Feed
25 Haggin Museum, Celebrating
140 Years Wine Social
March
9 Shadow A Ram
10-13 Spring Musical, Hello Dolly
14-17 Registration
Leo and Marie Gutterres celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary last July in Our Lady,
Queen of the Angels Chapel. Mr. and Mrs.
Gutterres are parents of Michael (’87) and
Edith (’94). Mr. Gutterres wanted to give back
to St. Mary’s High School and designed and
created the two beautiful stained glass windows
in the Van Ruiten Family Library. He has also
created several windows for the Church of the
Presentation in Stockton. Please stop by our
library next time you’re on campus to appreciate
Mr. Gutterres’ wonderful craftsmanship.
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April
16
27
140th Anniversary Celebration
Fine Arts Night
May
2 - 12 AP Testing
28 Class of 2016 Graduation
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