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News & Views of Interest to the Alumni, Parents & Friends of Catholic High School

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FACTSII

Volume 31, No. 2

In This Issue

PAGE 4

Francis C. Jumonville Jr. ’73

Inducted into CHS Hall of Fame

PAGE 6

Alumni Fellowship Breakfast Set for

March 15

PAGE 7

Gordon L. Jones ’99 Memorial

Scholarship Established

PAGE 10

Grandparents Day Set for March 8

PAGE 11

Career Day To Be Held February 8

PAGE 14

Swim Team Wins State Runner-Up;

Football Advances to State

Quarterfinals


IN THE NEWS

’50s

Charles Levy ’53 was installed as Commander

of the American Legion Georgetown, TX Post.

Levy served the Post as Commander, Vice

Commander and Judge Advocate. Levy is also a

volunteer with the USO at Fort Hood.

J.H. Martin ’55, chairman

of the Greater Baton Rouge

State Fair Foundation,

received the Outstanding

Philanthropic Foundation

Award from the Association

of Fundraising Professionals

at its National Philanthropy

Day luncheon.

| J. H. Martin ’55

Lt. Col. Ret. Stephen

Harmon Jr. ’58 was inducted into LSU’s Military

Hall of Honor during the annual LSU Salutes

program. He spent approximately 40 years in

the Army and Army Reserves. LSU Hall of Honor

inductees are selected based on their involvement

with the university, as well as with the military and

community.

Roger Melancon ’58 and his wife

Helen celebrated their 50th wedding

anniversary at a surprise dinner

hosted by their children in Destin,

Fla.

Van Mayhall Jr.

’64 announced the

| Roger Melancon ’58 publication of his debut

novel, Judas the Apostle. The

book is a biblical thriller

about a Louisiana-born

ancient languages professor

who battles a billionaire

across three continents

over a 2,000-year-old jar

she believes may contain

evidence that one of the

Apostles kept a journal of

Christ’s public life. | Van Mayhall Jr. ’64

’80s

Joe Mengis ’84 received the Homines Pro

Aliis (People for Others) Award, representing

the Manresa House of Retreats. The Jesuits

of the New Orleans

Province established this

award as a public way to

recognize and encourage

those men and women who,

to an extraordinary degree,

co-labor in various ministries.

Honorees should exemplify

outstanding leadership in

service, be selfless, exhibit

care for others, volunteer | Joe Mengis ’84

and model Christian values.

Van Mayhall III ’92 of Breazeale,

Sachse & Wilson, L.L.P. has been

selected by Baton

Rouge Business

Report as one of the Forty Under 40

for 2012.

| Patrick Coogan ’93

’60s

’90s

Patrick Coogan ’93 was recognized

at the Baton Rouge Business

Report Forty Under 40 Banquet as

one of the 2012 Top Forty Under 40.

JUSTICE. Justin Mannino

’06 (left), Student Board

Association President for

the Paul M. Hebert LSU

Law Center, welcomed

Supreme Court Justice

Clarence Thomas (second

from right) during his visit

to LSU Law School. Also

pictured are Thomas’ clerk,

Michelle Shamblin Stratton

(third from right) and Paul

M. Hebert LSU Law Center

Chancellor Jack Weiss (right).

William Callihan ’94 marked his five-year

anniversary with Capital One Bank, where he serves

as a director of debt and equity acquisitions for the

bank’s Community Development Finance division.

Chris Loar ’94 was recognized at the Baton Rouge

Business Report Forty Under 40 Banquet as one of

the 2012 Top Forty Under 40.

Ryan Nesbit ’95 was recognized at the Baton

Rouge Business Report Forty Under 40 Banquet

as one of the 2012 Top Forty Under 40.

Brian Rourke ’95 ran in the Ultra Marathon, a

50-mile marathon, in Des Plaines, Ill. on October 20.

Rourke placed seventh with a time of 7:22:11.

L. Cole Callihan ’97 received his J.D. cum

laude from Cumberland School of Law, Samford

University, in Birmingham, Ala. Callihan joined

Adams & Reese LLP, as a Litigation Associate in the

firm’s New Orleans office.

Brandon Landry ’97 is coowner

of Walk-On’s Bistreaux

in New Orleans. Walk-On’s

New Orleans was named the

“Best Sports Bar in North

America” in a poll posted by

ESPN.

| Brandon Landry ’97

Bryan

Jeansonne ’98 served as

an Alternate Delegate to the

2012 Republican National

Convention in Tampa, Fla.

Wayne Losavio ’98 and

wife Sarah received the

September Family of the

Month Award by the | Bryan Jeansonne ’98

Knights of Columbus Council 9692 at a reception

held at St. Jude Catholic

Church. The Award was

presented to the Losavios

by Grand Knight David

Goldsmith and the Rev. Trey

Nelson ’80.

Michael

Bourgeois ’05 is

| Wayne Losavio ’98 Special Assistant

to the Chairman at the Council of Economic

Advisers located in The White House.

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’00s

Chris Buchart ’06 graduated

with a Bachelor of Science in

Nursing from the LAS School

of Nursing in New Orleans.

Buchart is now employed

by East Jefferson General

Hospital and works in the

Emergency Room.

Sean Cotton ’09 graduated | Sean Cotton ’09

from

Washington University in St.

Louis, Mo. on December 1,

2012 majoring in English and

minoring in Physics.

| Adam Talley ’09

’10s

Bryce Benzine

’12, a freshman at

LSU, was chosen

as the male

representatlive

for the freshman class on

the 2012 LSU Homecoming

Court.

Adam Talley ’09 was

accepted into the Louisiana

State University School of

Medicine in New Orleans.

| Bryce Benzine ’12

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FOUNDERS BANQUET

Francis C. Jumonville Jr. ’73 Inducted into CHS Hall of Fame

Mr. Francis C. “Dusty”

Jumonville Jr. ’73

























HALL OF FAME. Congratulating Francis “Dusty” Jumonville ’73 (third from

right) on his induction into the CHS Hall of Fame were (l to r) CHS President

Gene Tullier, CHS Board Member Carol Bonnecaze, his wife Robin Jumonville,

CHS Principal Lisa Harvey and CHS Director of Advancement Hal Dupuy ’73.















Ben Jumonville

’08Todd Jumonville ’10.

Mr. and Mrs. H. Guy

Hopkins III ’76 Mr.

and Mrs. William W. Pecue

II ’78






Hal Dupuy ’73









Sam Losavio ’66













FAMILY. Joining Francis “Dusty” Jumonville ’73 (third from right) for the

Hall of Fame Induction are (l to r) son Ben ’08, wife Robin and son Todd

’10.

BROTHERS. Brothers of the Sacred Heart attending the Founders

Banquet on December 6, 2012 were (l to r) Brother Chris Sweeney, SC

’84, Brother Ray Hebert, SC, Brother Xavier Werneth, SC and Brother

Ronald Talbot, SC, provincial of the New Orleans Province.

HALL OF FAME. Members of the Hall of Fame present

for the 28th Annual Founders Banquet and Hall of

Fame Induction were (seated, l to r) Pete Boudreaux

’59, Brother Eldon Crifasi, SC ’39, Brother Ivy LeBlanc,

SC ’63, Francis “Dusty” Jumonville ’73, Paula

Melancon, Carol Bonnecaze, A. J. “Junior” Politz and

Greg Brandao ’73. Standing were (l to r) Brother

Xavier Werneth, SC, Father Trey Nelson ’80, Brother

Francis David, SC, Jerry Jolly ’70, Ralph Stephens ’73,

Steve Fourrier ’61, L.J. Dantin and Mike Lamana ’64.

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FOUNDERS BANQUET

PERPETUAL FOUNDERS. President Gene Tullier (right) thanks (l to r) Beth and

William Pecue II ’78 for their gifts to Catholic High School.

PAGE. Associate Director of Advancement Kate Brady (left) thanks (l to r)

PAGE 27 Chaircouple Kathleen and John Lovretich for their service in the

2011-2012 Parents Annual Giving Event.

PERPETUAL FOUNDERS. President Gene Tullier (right) recognizes (l to r) Missy

and Guy Hopkins III ’76 for their gifts to Catholic High School.

FOUNDERS. Representing Barefoot Pedals Foundation, Inc., a first-time CHS

Founder and organization founded in memory of CHS faculty member Jeff

Nola ’94, are (l to r) Andrew Brown ’94, Jeff’s wife Laura Nola, his father

Mike Nola ’62 and Corey Bourgeois ’95.

CLASS OF 1973. Joining CHS Hall of Fame Inductee Dusty Jumonville ’73 (fifth from right) at the Hall of Fame Induction on December 6, 2012 were members

of the CHS Class of 1973 (l to r) Steve Losavio ’73, Stan Heine ’73, Dr. Donald Delatin ’73, CHS Director of Advancement Hal Dupuy ’73, Jumonville, Ralph

Stephens ’73, Greg Brandao ’73, Jess McHugh ’73 and Joe Clements ’73.

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By Kate Brady






























Catholic High School.
















ANNUAL FUND

Annual Fund Supports Excellence and Maintains Affordability

Alumni Fellowship Breakfast

Scheduled for March 15





feature





Jay




Lt. Governor

Jay Dardenne










John Dardenne III ’03

FUND. Gifts to the CHS Annual Fund have a direct impact on the students at

Matt Dardenne ’05













Sam Losavio ’66

Jonathan Booth ’01


Ken

Litz ’75





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Hal Dupuy

’73.




























Class Ring Display Donation

RING. Kyle Jackson ’07 (right) presents his 2007 CHS class ring to

Director of Alumni Relations Glen Randow (left) to be included in the

class ring display.


By Hal Dupuy ’73

The family of Gordon

L. Jones ’99 has established

a scholarship in his memory.

Gordon passed away on

Tuesday, April 20, 2010 in

the BP Deepwater Horizon

explosion. The funds from this

scholarship are designated for

use by a single parent with a


Gordon attended St.

Aloysius School and graduated

from Catholic High School in

1999. It was while attending

LSU that he met his wife


with a degree in Speech

Communication. He was

employed with M-I SWACO as


time of his accident.

“I miss

my brother

every day.

Because

Catholic

High played

such a large

role in his

development,

this

scholarship

was a logical

choice to honor him,” said Chris

Jones ’95, Gordon’s brother. “I

can only hope that his sons

will follow in his footsteps and

always know what an impact

this school had on their father.

My hope is that this scholarship

SCHOLARSHIP

Gordon L. Jones ’99 Memorial Scholarship Established

“Gordon truly was a

great guy, and we are

proud to create this

scholarship in his honor.”

helps young men like Gordon –

a great brother, father, husband,

son and friend. While it is a

cliché used often, Gordon truly

was a great guy, and we are

proud to create this scholarship

in his honor,” added Jones.

“Gordon never met a

stranger. He could brighten up

the darkest day, and he taught

me how to laugh at myself. Not

many people were as generous

and giving as Gordon. He

would drop whatever he was

doing to help out anyone who

needed it. He taught me many

things, but the greatest of all

was patience. You couldn’t ask

for a better person to be your

best friend. The thing that meant

the most to him was his family.

He leaves behind so many of us

who miss him

tremendously,”

added Dawson

Ellis ’99, fellow

classmate.

Gordon

was an

accomplished

golfer and

truly loved the

game. During

his senior year,

the golf team took the city

and regional championships.

They followed that up with a


championship. As a dad, he

looked forward to teaching and

playing the game with his sons.

Wedding Bells

Christie Clark and Stephen Fryou ’90…Stefanie Vuori and Richard

Massony ’00…Mary Scurto and Clinton Prescott ’00…Mandy

Olexy and Brett Tuminello ’03…Erica Murphy and Blake Pino

’05…Katianne Boyd and Christopher Buchart ’06.

Baby Bears

Mark Anthony Von Gruben, son of Jacquelyn and Matthew Von

Gruben ’94…Andrew John Balhoff, son of Leah and David Balhoff

’96…Grant James Knipe, son of Candice and James Knipe ’96…

Parks Anthony Culotta, son of Ashley and Brad Culotta ’99…Jack

Michael Ryan, son of Lizzy and Norman Ryan ’99…Ainsley Grace

Wolf, daughter of Anna and Brian Wolf ’99…Beau Anthony Guerin,

son of Renee and Rustin Guerin ’00…Jacob Daniel Bourgeois, son

of Kristen and Daniel Bourgeois ’02.

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In addition to being known for

his golf, one of Gordon’s special

personality traits was his sense


telling jokes, and will always be

remembered for having such a

great laugh.

As was mentioned earlier,

perhaps his greatest character

trait was his thoughtfulness

and willingness to help others,

which were his reported actions

on behalf of his fellow workers

immediately prior to his death.

“Gordon was my best

friend, he made me laugh.

That’s what I miss the

most. There are so many

special memories I have of

Gordon. I think it’s important

to share these with Stafford

and Max so they know who

their father was. I want the

boys to know how great their

dad was and how much he

loved them. We talk about him

all the time. This scholarship

is another way for our family

to honor Gordon. I hope that

it helps many families along

the way, and keeps Gordon’s

memory alive in our hearts,”

commented Michelle Jones, his

wife.

Gordon is survived by his

wife Michelle and their boys

Stafford and Max. He is also

survived by his mother Missy,

his father Keith, his brother

Chris and his sister Katie.

Anyone wishing to donate

to this scholarship or establish a

scholarship or endowment can

do so by sending their donation

to Catholic High School, 808

Hearthstone Drive, Baton

Rouge, LA 70806. If you have

any questions, contact CHS

Director of Advancement Hal

Dupuy ’73 at (225) 389-0978 or

hdupuy@catholichigh.org.

SCHOLARSHIP. Gordon L. Jones

’99, with son, Stafford, will be

remembered through the Gordon L.

Jones ’99 Memorial Scholarship.

2013 Spring Alumni Events

CHS-SJA Tennis Tournament


14th Annual Brother Eldon 5K


Alumni Fellowship Breakfast


The Bruin Yearbook Club/Alumni Blood Drive


24th Annual Alumni Golf Classic


50-Year Reunion for the Class of 1963


Alumni Fishing Rodeo

Friday and Saturday, June 21 - 22, 2013


TASTE FAIR

13th Annual Alumni Taste Fair Draws Large Crowd























Ben Canezaro ’69

Steve

SERVING. Tony Crifasi ’76 (left) is served delicious barbecued shrimp

and oysters on the half shell from representatives of Parrain’s Seafood

Restaurant.

Rosales ’86















Wade Labat ’63








Monty

Buckles ’93, Sam

Losavio ’66


Kyle Smith ’95

Bryan Hart ’98.













Thank You to Our Participants






























(Top left) ATTENDING.

Enjoying the Taste Fair

are (l to r) Bill Jolly ’66,

Margaret Jolly, Stephen

Demouy ’07, Elizabeth

Jolly and Becky Losavio.

(Top right) BOARD.

Members of the CHS

Alumni Board of Directors

volunteering at the Taste

Fair are front row (l to r)

Sam Losavio ’66, alumni

board president; Edward

Sutton ’93; Monty Buckles ’93, Taste Fair committee chairman; Don

Contine ’67; Sonny Carona ’57; Kyle Smith ’95; and Jarrod Tramonte

’93. Second row (l to r) are Glen Randow, director of Alumni Relations;

Bryan Hart ’98; Brandon Bouchereau ’97; Ken Litz ’75; Denny Vicknair

’63; Tim Welborn ’92; John McLindon ’81; Tré Hendry ’90; Ryan Perry

’95; and Jonathan Booth ’01.

(Bottom right) SAMPLING. Ed Ward (right) samples gumbo from

Roberto’s River Road Restaurant at the 13th Annual Alumni Taste Fair.

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MOTHERS’ CLUB

CHS Mothers’ Club Hosts Annual Fall Luncheon



































(Top) COMMITTEE. Mothers’ Club

members hosting the Annual Fall

Luncheon are (l to r) Mothers’

Club President Laura Poché, Judy

Giorlando, Paula Wills and Luncheon

Co-Chairs Missy Facundus and

Cheryl Callerame.

(Bottom) MOTHERS. Catholic High

mothers attending the Fall Luncheon

on October 23, 2012 were (l to r)

Carolyn Winder, Susan Creel, Karen

Miller, Susan Lala and Lisa Comeaux.

Lafayette Alumni Social

(Top left) ENJOYING. While at the Lafayette Alumni Social, (l to r) Matt Hamlin

’02, Jon Woods ’96, Director of Alumni Relations Glen Randow, Remy Jardell ’98

and Associate Director of Alumni Relations Barbara Camp enjoy each other’s

company.

(Top right) ATTENDING. Attending the Alumni Social in Lafayette on October

25, 2012 were front row (l to r) Remy Jardell ’98, Trent Folse ’96, John Domingue

’58, Wykoff McMillan ’78 and Taylor Dizor ’12. Back row (l to r) were Michael

Schwartzenburg ’00, Jon Woods ’96, Matt Hamlin ’02, Lawrence Svendson ’75,

Scott Barielle ’76, Robby LeBlanc ’96, Bradley Vutera ’12, Bobby Heidorn ’01,

Keith Reed ’91 and Jeremy Speeg ’99.

(Middle left) REMINISCING. (L to r) Keith Reed ’91, Jeremy Speeg ’99 and Robby

LeBlanc ’96 reminisce about their time at CHS during the Lafayette Alumni Social.

(Bottom left) VISITING. Visiting at Walk-On’s in Lafayette were (l to r) CHS

Director of Advancement Hal Dupuy ’73, Trent Folse ’96, Kay Svendson with

husband Lawrence Svendson ’75 and Michael Schwartzenburg ’00.

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GRANDPARENTS

Annual Grandparents Day Scheduled for March 8

Bears on Campus

GRANDPARENTS. Zach Miller ’13 (right) and his grandparents (l to r) Tom

and Louise Rosser spend time together at the 2012 CHS Grandparents Day.







Mother - Son Breakfast

Set for January 27











Paul Mainieri





these












































(Top) DRAMA. CHS students (l to r) Chandler Bueche ’14 and Chase

Easley ’13 participate in the Drama Club’s fall production “30 Reasons

NOT to be in a Play,” held at St. Joseph’s Academy November 29 -

December 1, 2012.

(Bottom) SUPPORTING. CHS students (l to r) Timothy Balhoff ’14, Hunter

Rube ’14 and Julian Bernard ’13 participate in a school fundraiser to

support Hurricane Sandy victims.

MOTHER. Stephen Colomb ‘13 (right) attends the 2012 Mother - Son

Breakfast with his mother, Mindy Colomb (left).

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CAREER DAY

Career Day To Be Held February 8 for CHS Students

Job Shadowing Day for CHS Seniors Set for April 22





















(Top) PRESENTING. Karl Kleinpeter

’84 (right) presents to CHS students

about his profession during Career

Day in 2010.

(Bottom right) GREETING. CHS

faculty member Brad Messina

(right) greets alumni (l to r) Carlos

Romanach ’79 and David Boneno

’87 at the 2010 Career Day.

Alumni Clay Shoot

(Top left) LUNCH. Clay Shoot participants enjoy a

delicious lunch provided by Serrano’s Salsa Company.

(Top center) WINNERS. Glen Randow (left), director

of Alumni Relations, and Mark Emonet ’87 (right),

co-chairman of the 2012 Clay Shoot committee,

congratulate first place team winners (l to r) Jamie

Taylor, Russell Young, Mark Jarreau and Kane Altazan.

(Top right) AIM. Clay Shoot participant Brian Bateman

’89 takes aim at the target.

(Bottom left) PARTICIPANTS. Alumni Clay Shoot

participants prepare to compete on the 50-target

course at Hunter’s Run Gun Club in Port Allen on

Sunday, October 14, 2012.

(Bottom right) COMMITTEE. Alumni Clay Shoot

Committee members were (l to r) Dana Vutera, Flint

Virgets ’78, Sonny Carona ’57, Camp Matens ’60 and

Mark Emonet ’87.

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By Margie Alexander






















A Century of Excellence

David Whatley ’74,






ARCHIVES

Many Memories Shared with CHS Archives Over the Years

“C” CLUB. Officers of the “C” Club, (l to r) Sam Bongiovanni ’60, A.J.

Orillion ’35, Ralph Dupuy ’40, Ed Corona ’48, Mike Dicharry ’36 and Mavor

Triche Jr. ’39, work to better CHS athletics.






























Alumni and Student Tailgate










Bear

Facts II














Forever Archive Donation





(Top left) VOLUNTEERING. CHS student (second from left) is served by

the CHS Alumni Association members, and their wives, pictured (l to

r) Denny Vicknair ’63, Mark Emonet ’87, Monty Buckles ’93, Jonathan

Booth ’01, Becky Losavio, Patsy Carona and Sam Losavio ’66.

(Top center) ENJOYING. (L to r) Emily Terracina, Tommy Losavio ’74 and

Sam Losavio ’66 enjoy each others company at the Alumni Tailgate.

(Top right) TAILGATING. (L to r) Brother Ray Hebert, SC and Brother

Xavier Werneth, SC enjoy food and fellowship during the Catholic High

Alumni Association Tailgate at the CHS versus Parkview football game.

(Bottom left) EATING. CHS students (l to r) Matthew Morgan ’13,

Matthew Patterson ’13, Mitchell LaBauve ’13 and Hunter Landry ’14

enjoy the Tailgate dinner before the CHS game against Parkview.

Proceeds from the Tailgate went toward the CHS Student Habitat Build.

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ALUMNI EVENTS

14th Annual Brother Eldon 5K Run Set for March 9




















RUNNERS. In spite of the rainy conditions, more than 200 runners take off

for the 2012 Brother Eldon 5K Run.















Brother Eldon 5K

Registration Available

Online





2011 - 2012 Annual Report

Help secure the future of

Catholic High School

by becoming a member of the

Remember CHS with a Planned Gift




If you have established a planned gift for CHS or would like information on Planned Giving,

please contact Margie Alexander in the CHS Advancement Office (225) 389-0978.


Brother Donnan Berry, SC Legacy Partners

Mr. Sidney V. Arbour

Jr. ’31 †

Mr. and Mrs. John A.

Bani ’38 †


Dr. James W. Briggs ’65

Mr. Huey P. Brown ’58 †



Mr. Frank J. Culotta Jr. ’59

Mr. M. David DiVincenti ’70

Mr. Randall J. Ellis ’65


Mr. Brian E. Galante ’92

Mr. Donald Gerald F.

Gerald Jr. ’76


Mr. Stephen H. Harmon

Jr. ’58

Mr. Paul M. Hebert Jr. ’64

Mr. Brent S. Honoré ’76

Mr. P. William “Bill” Huey

Jr. ’65

Mr. J. Gerard Jolly ’70

Mr. and Mrs. Francis C.

Jumonville Jr. ’73

Mr. R. Patrick Kelleher

Jr. ’83

Mr. Wedge L. Kyes Jr. ’70



Mr. P. J. Mills Jr. ’51







Mr. Michael G. Whatley ’71

† Designates Deceased

IN MEMORIAM

As of December 6, 2012, the following alumni and friends of CHS have

died since the last issue of Bear Facts II. Please remember them and

their families in your prayers.

Keith Andrew Baechle ’71


Samuel Michael Barth ’13




Clement C. Eiswirth ’36





Riley J. Gremillion Jr. ’60






Ray M. Lorio ’40


Patrick S. McHugh ’53


John Daniel Mese ’46


Michael McLane Nelson ’75






Fred J. Ruiz Sr. ’45









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SPORTS

CHS Swim Team Wins State Runner-Up Title


The CHS Swim Team

was named State Runnerup

in the LHSAA State Swim

Meet, and the Varsity Football

Team advanced to the State


season.

The State Swim Meet

was held in Sulphur, La. on


CHS swimmers participating in



Leading the Bears with

individual State Titles were

Colin Bone ’16

Brady

Grenfell ’15

Graham Gardner ’14, Jackson

Forbes ’14


Forbes, Casey Panepinto ’13



the highest points scored by an

individual at a state meet. He

scored the highest point value

any swimmer can accumulate.


competition were Forbes,



Aaron Belanger ’13,

Matt Frederic ’14, Panepinto








the ninth year was Head Swim

Coach Doug Logsdon ’02,

Assistant Coach Jimmy Roberts

and CHS Faculty Member

Peggy Patout, moderator.



Varsity Football team earned



Champions advanced to the




The Bears captured the




Bears hosted Carencro High

School where they clinched a




stopped Carencro on a two-



March 9, 2013




at the Louisiana State Museum downtown.

33rd Annual CHS Auction, Bear Fête

Presented by the CHS Mothers’ Club

RECOGNITION. The CHS Swim Team captured the State Runner-Up title, and

the Varsity Football Team, District 5-5A Champions, advanced to the State

Quarterfinals.

the next round the Bears beat










giving up.”



David

Bayard ’06, Anthony Camp, Tim


Reeves, Anthony Zehyoue and

Grant LeBlanc.


Cajun Comedian Kent Gonsoulin,

and his comedic partner Murray Conque will serve as

auctioneer.



event as well as online reservations beginning in February


CHS home page www.catholichigh.org.


are:






by none other than CHS Advanced Art Students which are

sure to be an event showstopper!

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MEMORIAL AND HONORARY GIFTS

There are many special occasions during our lives when we choose to memorialize or honor in a special way those we hold dear. The following

are acknowledged for their gifts to Catholic High School August 28, 2012 through November 28, 2012 in honor or memory of loved ones. Please

remember these alumni and friends, as well as their families, in your prayers.

MEMORIAL GIFTS

Mrs. Janie V. Argrave



Mr. Samuel Michael Barth


















Mr. James M. Bello Jr.


Brother Donnan Berry, SC





Mr. and Mrs. Maurice E. Bienvenu Jr.



Mr. Benjamin C. Brown ’99



Mr. Harold Callais


Mr. Ned Collett Sr.


Dr. Paul E. Comeaux ’56



Mrs. Camille D. Crespino


Mrs. Maria de la S. Grasa


Mr. Donald C. DeVille


Mr. Christopher J. Dimattia ’94


Mr. Malcolm W. Donner Jr.


Ms. Angele M. Dumestre


Mrs. Joan C. Ferrand


Ms. Kay R. Francis


Monsignor Andrew F. Frey


Mr. James P. Giblin II ’95



Mr. Pershing W. Giblin






































Mr. Pete Greco


Mrs. Katherine Hall




Mr. Louis J. Haupt


Ms. Karole L. Hirschey



Mr. and Mrs. Paul James


Mr. Gordon L. Jones ’99


Mr. Francis C. Jumonville Sr. ’39


Mrs. Margaret S. Jumonville


Mr. James B. Kershaw Sr. ’38


Mr. William B. Kilshaw ’50


Ms. Naomi Stark Kron



Mrs. Gloria Labat


Dr. James A. Laville Sr.




Mr. Clarence A. Ledig ’29


Mr. Robert W. Lewis Jr. ’52


Mrs. Marta H. McCarron


Dr. John D. Mese ’46




















Mr. James K. Miller


Mr. Kendrick I. J. Morrison ’93


Mr. Linton J. W. Naquin III ’87



Mr. C. Anthony Nolan ’92


Mr. Jacob K. Orr Jr.


Mr. Jacob K. Orr Sr.



Mrs. Gerda T. Pecoraro




Mr. Gerald Roberts Jr.


Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Saia


Mr. Ralph J. Tuminello Jr.





Mr. Raiv H. Weixel Jr.


“Anime de l’amour”

Mr. Milton Wise


Mr. David A. Zumo


HONORARY GIFTS

Mr. Benjamin T. Anderson ’14


Mr. and Mrs. John L. Daniel, Jr. ’73


Mr. Nicholas W. Davies ’16


Mr. and Mrs. Norman A. Deumite


Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Hebert Jr. ’64


Mr. Benjamin C. Holden ’16


Mr. Patrick T. Holden ’14


Mr. Francis C. Jumonville Jr. ’73



Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kitchell



Mr. C. Brennan Major ’16


SINGING. Members of the New Orleans Province of the Brothers of the

Sacred Heart sang “Anime de I’amour,” their community hymn, at the 2012

Founders Banquet and Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

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SPORTS IN THE PAST

David Butler ’77





























Marcus Jacoby ’95

Chris Blackstone ’95


Travis Minor

’97Jeremy Waggenspack ’97









Neil Weiner ’95










Buster Bourgeois ’95










Marc Stockbauer ’95

QUARTERBACK. Marcus Jacoby ’95, CHS quarterback, passes the

ball during a fall game in 1994.





Brian Williams ’97















Ryan Hebert ’95

Brad Hernandez ’96

Josh Rivet ’95












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