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NEWS & VIEWS OF INTEREST TO THE ALUMNI, PARENTS & FRIENDS OF CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

BEAR FACTS II

June 2011 Volume 29, No. 4

A Time to Remember

IN THIS ISSUE:

Brother Barry Landry, SC Moves to

St. Stanislaus, Page 4

Endowed Scholarship Honors

J.H. Martin ’55, Page 5

CHS Mourns the Loss of Jeff Nola ’94,

Pages 6 and 7

Robotics Team Takes Regional Award,

Page 9

CHS Engages in Strategic Plan,

Page 12

Track Team Captures State Title,

Page 17

Class of 2011 Receives $10,972,006 in

Scholarships, Page 18

CHS - Serving the Baton Rouge Area Since 1894


IN THE NEWS

Louis Rogge ’51 was elected chairman

of the Ancillary Planning and Advisory

Committee at the Louisiana War

Veterans Home in Jackson, La.

’50s

Marvin Verbois ’53 participated in

the Florida Senior Games in three

different categories. He won a gold

medal in the high jump, a silver

medal in eight ball mixed doubles

and a bronze in the long jump.

Brother Aquin Gauthier, SC ’55

| Marvin Verbois ’53 was inducted posthumously into

the St. Stanislaus College Hall of

Fame at the 2011 Eucharistic Liturgy and Induction

Ceremony.

Judge Frank Polozola ’59

was awarded the ChalleNGe

Champion Award by the

National Youth Guard

Foundation Board of Directors

at a banquet celebrating the

100,000th graduate of the

Youth ChalleNGe Program

in the United States. The

| Frank Polozola ’59

program targets at-risk

youth, between the ages of

16-19, who have dropped out of high school.

’60s

Tom Carville, CRM ’67 will return as a

member of the board of directors for the

Awards and Recognition Association (ARA) at

the 2011 ARA International Awards Market in

Las Vegas, Nev.

Don Cassano ’67 of The Advocate received the

E. A. “Pete” Goldsby Silver Medal Award from

the American Advertising Federation - Baton

Rouge chapter, recognizing his contribution to the

advertising profession over the span of his career.

Robert Stuart Jr. ’74, the Louisiana

state president of Capital One Bank, has

been elected chairman of the board of

directors of Woman’s Hospital.

J ay Harmon ’78 was named

Rotary Club Teacher of the Year for

The Woodlands Christian Academy

in The Woodlands, TX.

Lance Lemoine PT, DPT, OCS,

FAAOMPT ’78, a partner of

Baton Rouge Physical Therapy

| Jay Harmon ’78 - Lake Rehabilitation Centers,

completed the requirements for the

advanced degree of Doctor

of Physical Therapy from the

Evidence In Motion Institute

of Health Professions in

December of 2010.

’80s

James Crump ’79 of Xdesign

Inc. was the recipient of

a gold and a silver Addy

Award at the awards

ceremony in February.

’70s

| Lance Lemoine ’78

R andy Gremillion ’80 and his wife Kate had

the honor of performing the National Anthem

at the PAC 10 gymnastics competition at

Pauley Pavilion on the campus of UCLA.

Randy is a graduate of the LSU School of Music,

TCU Masters Program in Opera and the Opera

Program at Cincinnati Conservatory. Gremillion

currently works as an IT specialist for Deloitte,

Touche in Los Angeles, Calif.

Kyle Huffstickler ’85 serves as landscape

coordinator at LaHouse, the LSU AgCenter’s

demonstration gardens, and will teach a Master

Gardener class this summer.

Charles Pecquet ’85, construction management

and industrial engineering instructor at LSU, was

awarded a 2011 Tiger Athletic Foundation Michael

R. Mangham College of Engineering Memorial

Teaching Award for Excellence in instruction at the

annual LSU Distinguished Faculty Awards Reception

in April.

’90s

S tephen Dille ’90 was sworn in as

a Foreign Service Officer with the

United States Agency for International

Development (USAID). After a year

of foreign language training in Washington, D.C.,

he has been posted to South Africa as Deputy

Controller of the USAID Southern Africa mission.

Bo Cassidy ’98, CHS boys’ soccer head coach, is

working with Health Initiative Abroad, Inc. (HIA)

to send soccer equipment to a new Brothers of the

Sacred Heart mission in Amatongas, Mozambique.

Reid Finn ’98 successfully completed and became

a certified instructor for Dale Carnegie’s ISO

instructor training program. He is also Manager of

Business and Leadership for APi Construction Co. in

St. Paul, Minn.

Matthew Graham ’99 received a Certificate

of Completion from the Saint Joseph Seminary

College. He will continue his seminary formation

in the fall at the Notre Dame Seminary in New

Orleans.

Mark Bass ’00, account executive with

BancorpSouth Insurance Service, Inc.,

assists clients

in finding risk

management solutions as

well as developing strategies

to lower their worker

compensation costs.

| Mark Bass ’00

C harley Silvio ’03 was

awarded a Master’s degree

2

’00s

GRADUATES. Celebrating

their college graduations are

members of the CHS Class

of 2007 (l to r) Nicholas

Fisher, Morehouse College;

Raphael Malbrue, Tuskegee

University; Elijah Zehyoue,

Morehouse College; and

Jeremy Tinsley, Morehouse

College.

of arts in literature and a Master’s degree of

fine arts in creative writing from McNeese State

University, where he maintained a perfect 4.0 GPA

for his entire graduate school career. In addition,

he received the Robert Olen Butler Award for Short

Story.

Colton Stephens ’06 was

elected president of Sigma

Chi Fraternity at California

State University-Northridge,

the oldest and one of the

largest fraternities on campus.

Stephens is currently a

senior at CSUN majoring in | Colton Stephens ’06

marketing.

| Joshua Brooks ’07

J oshua Brooks ’07, a

landscape architecture major

at LSU, received the Baton

Rouge Landscape Society

Student Award. This spring

semester he completed

an internship with the

firm Spackman, Mossop &

Michaels in Sydney, Australia.

Mark Dunn ’07, a civil engineering student at

LSU, received the 2010-11 Donald W. Clayton

Engineering Excellence Award at the LSU College

of Engineering Hall of Distinction ceremony in

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Contributors:













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IN THE NEWS

April. This award is granted

each year to an outstanding

undergraduate student

who exhibits extraordinary

character, scholastic

achievement and leadership

in the College of

Engineering.

| Mark Dunn ’07

Evans Falgoust ’07 graduated

Magna Cum Laude from Rhodes College with a

Bachelor of Arts in business. He will begin working

for KPMG in Memphis in their Advisory Division in

July.

Nicholas Fisher ’07 graduated from Morehouse

College.

SEMINARY. Father Frank Uter

’61 (center) visited with CHS

graduates and seminarians

(l to r) Phillip Gordy ’10 and

Matthew Graham ’99 during

a visit to St. Joseph Seminary

College.

Trey Johnson ’07 graduated from Birmingham

Southern and will begin

graduate school in the fall.

Spencer Jurkiewicz ’07 has

been selected to attend the

Nuclear Submarine School

in Charleston, S.C. following

his graduation from the U.S.

Naval Academy in May.

| Spencer Jurkiewicz ’07 | Ethan Greenblatt ’08

| K.C. Cunningham ’07

Raphael Malbrue ’07

graduated Summa Cum

Laude from Tuskegee

University and has completed

his first year of veterinary

medical school. Malbrue

became a member of Alpha

Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.

K .C. Cunningham ’07

graduated from Tulane

University and plans to

attend medical school.

B oriss Losso ’07 graduated

from Tulane University and

plans to attend medical

school.

| Raphael Malbrue ’07

J eremy Tinsley ’07

graduated Magna Cum

Laude from Morehouse

College.

E lijah Zehyoue ’07

graduated from Morehouse

College with a degree in

| Jeremy Tinsley ’07 history and philosophy. He

will attend Divinity School at

the University of Chicago in the fall.

Crosby Jurkiewicz ’08

was honored at a banquet

in February for his role as

manager of the U.S. Naval

Academy swim team.

Osby Kelly ’08 was selected

team captain for the

University of Tampa

basketball team for the

upcoming season.

majoring in chemistry with

a minor in biology, received

the College of Science

Dean’s Award and the

Department of Chemistry

Outstanding Undergraduate

Researcher Award at the

2011 Arthur R. Choppin

Honors Convocation in April.

| Crosby Jurkiewicz ’08

Austin Nola ’08, junior shortstop for LSU baseball,

was named to the 2011 SEC Baseball Community

Service Team by the league office.

D.J. Ponder ’08, Tulane’s backup quarterback, picked

up the first victory of his pitching career for the

Green Wave baseball team.

Calvin Turk ’08 graduated from LSU in the spring

of 2011 with a B.S. in Accounting. He was one of

the three 20-year olds recognized as the youngest

graduate in the class of 2011. He accepted a

summer internship as an internal auditor with

Halliburton in Houston and has been accepted into

graduate school at LSU. He should complete his

Master’s degree in accounting with a specialization

in internal audit in May 2012.

76th Annual Men’s Club Barbecue

76th Annual Men’s Club Barbecue

Saturday, August 13, 2011




Mark Clements ’08 is a member of Health Initiative

Abroad, Inc. (HIA). Clements will spend the first of

five planned summers assisting in the development

of a new Brothers of the Sacred Heart mission in

Amatongas, Mozambique.

Michael Kline ’08, secretary of Health Initiative

Abroad, Inc., will spend the first of five planned

summers assisting in the development of a new

Brothers of the Sacred Heart mission in Amatongas,

Mozambique.



Russell Politz ’86


Ethan Greenblatt ’08, a current LSU student

3


PRINCIPAL

Brother Barry Landry, SC Says Farewell to CHS

To Serve as Assistant Principal at St. Stanislaus






































Brother Barry’s greatest contribution to CHS has been

his spiritual leadership for our community. At almost

every school liturgy for the last seven years, he has shared


that touches students and faculty alike. In doing so, he

has repeatedly reminded us that CHS is a holy place, and

that the daily challenges, successes and even failures we

experience are all part of God’s providential plan for us.

Catholic High School has been and will continue to be

blessed by Brother Barry’s service here.”


Brother Barry has set an example as a spiritual leader

during my three years at Catholic High and continues

to be the supportive, unifying symbol of our school

community.”

David John LaPlante ’12

Gene Tullier, CHS President


Brother Barry has many

gifts and talents that he has

shared with the Catholic

High community – his

dry sense of humor, his

intelligence, his leadership

abilities, the list goes on.

Of all the things Brother

Barry brought to us, most


care and concern for his

students.


Ralph Stephens, Class of 1973


Hebrews 12:11 ’No discipline seems pleasant at the time,

but painful. Later on, however, it produces a harvest of

righteousness and peace for those who have been trained by it.’

When we read this passage, it reminds us of the task that

Brother Barry had to lead the young men of CHS in the

spirit of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart. We think without a

doubt he succeeded and, as a result, he will be missed.”

Gwen and Matthew Cotton,

parents of Sean ’09 and Jacob ’11

4


ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP

J. H. Martin Sr. ’55 – Baton Rouge State Fair Endowed Scholarship

By Hal Dupuy ’73















J.H. Martin Sr.





























































Faculty/Staff Parents and Graduates

STAFF/ALUMS. CHS Faculty and Staff members pose with their sons at the

115th Commencement Exercises. Pictured (l to r) are Grant Thomas ’11,

Debbie Thomas, Don Hood, Levi Hood ’11, Stephanie Hodges and Hayden

Hodges ’11.











































Hal Dupuy ’73



Baby Bears


Bradley Lowe ’91

Scott Ritter ’93

Matthew Von Gruben ’94

David Balhoff ’96

Kyle Harvison ’96

Edward Brady ’97

Brian Hightower ’97

Gus Ruiz de Chavez ’98

Jason Hymel ’00

Stephen Vath ’01

Wedding Bells

J.H. Martin ’55

Jason Lee Fontaine ’95

Aaron Gendron ’96David K.

Nelson Jr. ’00Benjamin McKay

Anderson ’01 Christopher Hayden

Hester ’01Nicholas John Valluzzo

’02 Robert Allan Breazeale II ’04

Joe Howard McLean III ’04

Joseph Wendell Veron ’04

Benjamin Charles McArdle ’05

5


Jeff Nola '94


























JEFF NOLA

CHS Mourns the Loss of Faculty Member Jeff Nola ’94






“His passing has left a void in

the lives of countless people, one


Chris Macaluso ’94














Chris

Macaluso ’94



















Tribute to Jeff Nola by Friend and Colleague Scott Losavio ’95








MUSIC. Jeff Nola ’94 had a passion

for music.

John 14:7

If you know me, then you will

also know my Father.













John 10:2-3

Whoever enters through the

gate is the shepherd of the sheep.

The gatekeeper opens it for him,

and the sheep hear his voice, as he

calls his own sheep by name and

leads them out.

























1 Corinthians 13:4-6

Love is patient, love is kind.

It is not jealous, (love) is not


not rude, it does not seek its own

interests, it is not quick-tempered,

it does not brood over injury, it

does not rejoice over wrongdoing

but rejoices with the truth.















Luke 2:52

And Jesus advanced (in)

wisdom and age and favor before

God and man.










6


JEFF NOLA












Mark 4:37-40

A violent squall came up and

waves were breaking over the boat,


Jesus was in the stern, asleep on a

cushion. They woke him and said

to him, “Teacher, do you not care

that we are perishing?" He woke

up, rebuked the wind, and said

to the sea, “Quiet! Be still!" The

wind ceased and there was great

calm. Then he asked them, “Why


have faith?"



























share his








John 21:25

There

are also many

other things

that Jesus did, but if these were

to be described individually, I do

not think the whole world would

contain the books that would be

written.

















Entire Tribute can be found


Brother Eldon 5K Run Draws Record Crowd

(Top) WINNERS. Race winners at the Brother Eldon 5K on March 12, 2011

were (l to r) Bill Knox, Marion Landry, Ken Blanchard and Doug Alexander.

(Bottom) 5K. Runners round the bend at the beginning of the race.

Special Thanks to 2011 Brother Eldon 5K

Sponsors:

































7


RETIREMENT

Mitch Billings Retires After 38 Years of Service













“Mitch was the kind of

teacher who told life-stories that

connected to the English lesson he was

teaching. For example, his brilliance was


into a discussion of ’Old Man and the Sea’

in such a way that you didn’t realize you

were being taught literature.

When I returned to teach at CHS in the

early 1980s, he became not only my

mentor but also my dear friend. He was

one of those people who, when he spoke,

everyone listened to in faculty meetings.

He also taught me an appreciation of the


order the house wine’ for example.

Jay Harmon ’78

“Mitch has taught generations of

students what it means to be a Catholic

High man. In the words of one recent

student, ‘He makes you want to do

your homework.’ One of the greatest

compliments I have heard is the

disappointment of former students that

their sons will not have the same teaching

and guidance that they themselves had as

students of Mitch. But every good story has

its conclusion, as any good writer knows.

So in the words of Robert Browning ‘Grow

old with me! The best is yet to be.’

Peace be with you, my friend

Emily Terracina, colleague

8


By John A. Moore ’11


















Dr. Warren Waggenspack

Jr. ’76







































SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Robotics Team Takes Regional Award








to become leaders in science–


ZIPTIE. Members of the Robotics Team prepare for Regional Competition.





























Michael Neumann ’11











John Moore ’11







Trey Core

’13 Haggai Davis ’11 Jeremy

Lopez ’11 Max Lovretich ’14

Patrick

Richoux ’12Marcus Smith

’11
















Grandparents Day - March 18, 2011

GRANDPARENTS. Matthew Landry ’11 (center) visits with grandparents (l

to r) Edward Michel, maternal grandfather; Sue Michel, maternal stepgrandmother;

Lynn Allen, maternal grandmother; and Nathalie Murray, great

grandmother.

GRANDSON. Kylan Race ’12 (center) greets his grandparents (l to r) Valda

and William Daniels following the Grandparents Day program on March 18,

2011.

9


CLASS OF 2011

Seniors Receive Honors at Convocation

OUTSTANDING GRADUATE. Stephen Arceneaux (center) was named

outstanding graduate of the class of 2011. Congratulating him are CHS

President Gene Tullier (left) and CHS Principal Brother Barry Landry, SC (right).





Bearly Published

Bruin

























































(Top left) STUDENT COUNCIL. Matthew Landry (center) receives the Golden Bear for Student

Council from Student Council Moderators Nancy Patout (left) and Fiona Conroy (right).

(Top center) RELIGION. Andrew Mire (left) receives the Golden Bear for Religion from faculty

member Scott Losavio ’95.

(Top right) STUDENT ATHLETE. Chris Sciambra (left) receives the Student Athlete Award from

Athletic Director Pete Boudreaux ’59.

(Bottom left) AMERICAN LEGION. Kristian Jessen (center) receives the American Legion Award

from Mr. Gene Tullier (left) and Brother Barry Landry, SC (right).

10


MOTHERS’ CLUB

Mothers’ Club Auction Draws Nearly 400 Guests





























Jamie Wax ’87











CAR RAFFLE. The winner of the

Mothers’ Club Auction car raffle

Aireen Tan (right), with her husband

and daughter, accepts the keys to her

new 2011 Toyota Camry from Brent

LeBlanc ’85 (left).

Kate Brady Returns to CHS

Joins Advancement Team












Special Thanks to 2011

Mothers’ Club Auction Sponsors:

Platinum Sponsors








Gold Sponsors







Silver Sponsors










1898 - 1912

1916 - 1925

1927

1928

Ring Donations







Orange Sponsors



















1933

1934

1941

1943

1949

2006

SAVE THE DATE

CHS Alumni Basketball Reunion

Saturday, January 7, 2012

6 – 8 p.m.

CHS Gym and Union

ADVANCEMENT OFFICE. Kate Brady (seated) discusses PAGE with Hal Dupuy

’73, advancement director.

Watch Connections and CHS Web site for details!

11


STRATEGIC PLAN

Advancing the Mission – CHS 2011 to 2016







































CHS Strategic Planning Committees and Focus



Wesley

Salmon ’91Tommy Prochaska

’92 Dwayne Honoré ’83

Francis Jumonville

’73 Jeffrey

Hotard ’85

Brian Hightower ’97


Hal Dupuy ’73


Mission


Academic Programs and Resources


The Arts



Athletics


Facilities


Financial Resources and Planning




Student Affairs




Technology


Advancement



CHS Strategic Planning History









Bear Facts IIConnections



12


STRATEGIC PLAN

A Vision of Continuing Excellence

Strategic Goals and sample strategies for 2011-2016

Goal #1: Continually strengthen our mission and identity as a Brothers of the Sacred Heart Catholic school.





Goal #2: Advance excellence in all school programs.












Goal #3: Continue to attract and retain talented faculty, staff and leadership who

will bring our mission alive through the lives of our students.





Our Vision for CHS











our students today and for years to come.



use

















Tell Us Your Vision


















13


50-YEAR REUNION

Class of 1961 Honored at 50-Year Reunion























Brother Eldon

Crifasi, SC ’39 Davis Hotard

’89






CLASS OF 1961. Attending the 50-Year Reunion were members of the class

of 1961 front row (l to r) Henry Silvio, Daly Fleniken, Marion Romano, Darryl

Alello, Raymond Drago, Ronald Bourgeois and Robert Boudreaux. Second

row (l to r) Arthur Orillion III, Nicholas Cicero Sr., Kraemer Diel, Charles

Tramonte, Thomas Vince, Dale Richard, Conway Yarbrough and Steve Fourrier.

Third row (l to r) Riley Nelson Jr., John Hannie Sr., Raymond Kron Jr., Edward

Sanchez Jr., Elmo Dean, Cyrus Labat, Russell Theard and Thomas Duncan

III. Fourth row (l to r) Darryl Becnel, James Broussard Jr., Clifford Comeaux

Jr., John Culmone, Joseph DeFoe, Rhett Bunch, Whitney Amedee Jr., Quentin

Falgoust and Patrick McGuire.







Michael Lamana ’64




Scott Losavio ’95 Drew

Losavio ’98







Eddie Samson ’66















David Broussard ’55









CHS Hall of Fame Nominations due

by August 15

Catholic High School is seeking nominations for

membership in its Hall of Fame. To be eligible, a person

must have graduated from Catholic High School or

been associated with the school at least five years prior to

nomination.

The Hall of Fame honors any person, living or deceased,

whose life and accomplishments can be an inspiration to the

students of Catholic High.

To be selected, a person must exemplify the principles of

the Gospel, provide service to the community and have

significant individual accomplishments.

Seventy-five alumni and friends of CHS are members of the

Hall of Fame. Letters of nomination and copies of résumés

or other biographical materials are due by August 15 to the

Hall of Fame Selection Committee, Catholic High School,

P.O. Box 65004, Baton Rouge, La. 70896.

(Top) 60 YEARS. Members of the Crifasi family celebrating Ben Crifasi Sr.’s

60th reunion were (l to r) Michael Crifasi ’75, Ben Crifasi ’41, Kathleen

Simoneaux and Ben Crifasi Jr. ’67.

(Bottom) 75 YEARS. Fred Heroman ’36 (seated) and his wife Bunny (left of

Heroman), celebrate his 75th reunion from CHS with several members of

their family.

14


GRADUATES

Class of 2011 Offered Admission to 88 Colleges and Universities

OPPORTUNITIES. Members of the class of 2011 will attend colleges and universities throughout the United States.


















































































































Mississippi








15


GOLF CLASSIC

22nd Annual Alumni Golf Classic Draws Over 200 Golfers





















Randy Guillaume ’97 Rhaoul

Guillaume ’94 Anthony Piazza

’97



Garth Roberts ’85



IN MEMORIAM

As of May 23, 2011, 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.





Beau Matthew Boiteaux ’99

Eugene Marion Bologna ’69

Daryl Bongiovanni ’73




Leo Augustine Cavell ’44





Hilary Lanier Donellan ’43

Walter Dubis

James Ralph Dupuy ’37

Horace Arnold Fabre ’47





Leonard C. Hooper ’52


Brick

Wall ’66Trey Bradford ’89Jason

Wall ’85Travis Wall ’89


Steve

Panepinto ’70

Barry Bernhard ’70 David

DiVincenti ’73









Barry Bernhard ’70






(Top) GOLF. (L to r) Jason Wall ’85,

Travis Wall ’89, Trey Bradford ’89 and

Brick Wall ’66 prepare to play golf.

(Bottom) TEAM. (L to r) Don Guidry,

Tommy Murrel, Randy McDaniel and

Paul Bellard enjoy the day.




John William Langlois Sr. ’54


John Godfrey Lewis ’55

Jon Tracy McArthur ’80










E. Morgan Stuart Jr. ’43


Frank H. Walk Sr. ’37






Special Thanks to Our Golf Classic Sponsors

Title Sponsor: Cajun Industries, LLC

Grizzly Sponsors: Capital One Bank; McDonald’s Valluzzo Management,

Performance Contractors, Inc.

Cub Sponsors: Airtrol, Inc.; Arrighi Construction, LLC; BancorpSouth

Bank; The Bone & Joint Clinic; Cangelosi Ward General Contractors, Inc.;

EMCO Technologies; Himmel’s Hardware & Cabinets, Inc.; Michael Kirby

’80; Marucci Bat Company; Milton J. Womack, Inc.; Net Concepts by

Calix; The Newtron Group, LLC; P & N Technologies; Plaquemine Bank

and Trust Co.; Saia Electric, Inc.; and St. Tammany Glass.

Hole-in-One Sponsor: Ritter Maher Architects

Grizzly Gift Sponsors: Nike Corporation

Photography Sponsor: Musemeche Photography

Banner & Sign Sponsor: LAMAR Corporation

Door Prize Sponsor: Ruffino’s Italian Restaurant

Food Sponsors: Baton Rouge Coca-Cola; Carrabba’s Italian Grill; Hi-

Nabor; Kellogg Company; Manda Fine Meats; Pete’s Lagniappe Catering;

The University Club; and Zippy’s Burritos, Tacos & More.

Cart Sponsors: Deep South Crane & Rigging; ISC Constructors, LLC; Dr.

Ryan Perry, DDS; Mercedes-Benz of Baton Rouge; Jake Berret ’84, Ed

Hardin ’86, Jimmy Doré, Blane Clark ’77 and Dean Cazenave; Iberville

Insulation, LLC; Peregrine Corporation.

Hole Sponsors: Angelo’s Lawnscape of LA; BancorpSouth Insurance;

Bennett Builders, LLC; Coleman and Partners; Embassy Suites; Golfballs.

com; Iberville Insulation, LLC; and Rodney Messina Professional Law

Corp.

16


Sloane Simoneaux

’11 Stephen

Hayden ’12

Anthony Van Duzee

’11


Cole Stafford ’12

Ken Ward ’13

Matthew

Rhorer ’13Ben

Ross ’12 Jessie

Cole ’13 Chris

Handy ’12D.J.

Woodard ’13


Joseph St. Cyr ’13

Hil Stephens ’11



Pete Boudreaux ’59 is head






STATE TITLE

Track Team Captures Fourth Consecutive State Championship

Baseball, Golf, Tennis and Bowling Advanced to Playoffs

Ultimate Team Takes State and

National Recognition

















Dale Melancon

’12














STATE CHAMPS. Head Track Coach Pete Boudreaux ’59 (bottom right)

accepts the state trophy for the Catholic High Track Team.





Drew Kirby ’11









Men’s Club Hamburger Supper

(Top) BROTHERS, FATHERS AND SONS. Front row (l to r) John Sherman ’83,

Patrick Sherman, Jack Sherman ’80 and James Sherman. Back row (l to r)

Mike Matthews ’91, Josh Matthews, Andrew Matthews and Fred Matthews

Jr. ’86.

GO BEARS. The Ultimate Team displays their state trophy and national

banner.

(Left) FOURTH GENERATION. Bill

Bozeman ’82 (right) attended the

Hamburger Supper on April 13,

2011, with his son Thomas Bozeman

who will enter the 9th grade.

Thomas is a fourth generation to

attend CHS.

17


CLASS OF 2011

Graduates Receive $10,972,006 in Scholarships

Valedictorian

Michael Scott Kelly

Salutatorian

David Christopher Sloas

18


CLASS OF 2011















































CHS Alumni Association

2011 Fall Calendar of Events

Clay Shoot Saturday, October 15

Homecoming Tailgate Friday, October 28

Taste Fair Sunday, November 13

Afternoon with Santa Sunday, December 11








































2011 CHS Football Program

“Whatever It Takes”

To purchase an ad in the

2011 CHS Football Program,

please contact Vicki Melancon at

(225)383-0397 or vmelancon@catholichigh.org

Deadline: July 5, 2011

Costs range from $50 to $175.

Programs will be sold at home games.


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ANNUAL APPEAL

Gifts to the 2010-11 Annual Fund Are Requested by June 30





















































“Parents, alumni and friends

ensure the work started

here by the Brothers of the








Buddy

Webre ’53

Mike Nola

’62 Al Wintz ’63 Jay Jackson

’71 Bernie Corripio ’82 J.P.

Kelly ’90 Stephen Maher

’94












Hal Dupuy ’73








PHONATHON. Participating in the Phonathon were (l to r) Maurice Coleman

’82, Bernie Corripio ’82, David Broussard ’82, Sonny Chastain ’82, Trey

McCowan ’82 and Eric Roquemore ’82.

(Top) WORKERS. Preparing to make calls are (l to r) Lynn “Buddy” Webre ’53,

George Gelpi ’52, Charlie Pizzolato ’53 and James “Cooter” Zimmerle ’53.

(Bottom) BREAK. Taking a break during the phonathon are (l to r) Bryan

Boudet ’92, Josh Palmintier ’92, Tommy Prochaska ’92, Director of Alumni

Relations Glen Randow, Tim Lanier ’92, Bradley Lowe ’91, J.P. Kelly ’92 and

Todd Dozier ’91.





















































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ARCHIVES

CHS Archives - A Room of Treasures From the Past

By Margie Alexander









Bear Facts

II

Father Howard Hall '53Father J.

Clifton Hill Jr. '54















Clifton Hill Sr.






Bear

Facts II A

Century of Excellence published





Catholic High Connections

SIX-MAN TEAM. A six-man relay team with Catholic High

connections won the Rouge-Orleans 126.2 mile Ultra-Marathon Team

Relay that started in Baton Rouge and finished in Audubon Park in

New Orleans. Team participants included (l to r) Troy Sicard; Dale

Songy, ’76; Jeff Baudier, father of Hunter Baudier ’09; Mark LaHaye,

father of Luke LaHaye ’09; Chris Monaghan; and Chris Davidson,

father of Seth ’10 and Tyler ’13.










Dr.

James O'Neal Sr.

'51


Fifty Years of

Character Building



ARCHIVES. Archivist Margie Alexander accepts CHS

Memorabilia from Wade O’Neal whose father, Dr. James


O’Neal Sr. ’51, graduated from CHS.






A Century


of Excellence







The Golden


Bear

























Matching Gifts

Your gift to Catholic High School could have an even greater

impact on the school simply by asking your employer if it

matches gifts to non-profit organizations. It is possible that your

company matches gifts at 25 percent, 50 percent or even 100

percent.

MARINES. Visiting with Assistant Principal for Formation Dr. Jason

Hanks (right) are 2010 graduates Anthony Salvaggio and Andrew

Lowery who are serving in the Marine Corps.

Please check with your Human Resources Department or call

Margie Alexander at (225) 381-9114 or email at malexander@

catholichigh.org to do the inquiry for you.

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COLLEGIATE ATHLETES

Catholic High Athletes To Play Collegiate Sports









Drew Kirby














Golfweek




















Michael Kirby ’80


Anthony Lacombe






















Cameron Bueche




Manresa Retreat Captains

(Top left) GOLF. Drew Kirby (center)

signs to play golf at Southern

Mississippi. His parents Toni (right)

and Michael Kirby ’80 (left) attended

his signing.

(Top right) TENNIS. Cameron

Bueche (center) signs to play tennis

at Centenary College. His parents

Kurt and Kema Bueche congratulate

him.

(Bottom right) GOLF. Congratulating

Anthony Lacombe (center) as he

signs to play golf at McNeese are

his parents Bubba and Michelle

Lacombe.




















Conner ’12

Chandler ’14

Class Reunions

10-Year Reunion - Class of 2001 - July 22 - July 23, 2011

15-Year Reunion - Class of 1996 - August 12, 2011

20-Year Reunion - Class of 1991 - July 15 - July 16, 2011

35-year CHS/SJA Reunion - Class of 1976 - July 30, 2011

MANRESA CAPTAINS. Captains for Manresa Group Number Five are (l to r)

Joseph Corsentino ’48, Russell Culotta ’51, Hal Dupuy ’73, David Whatley ’74,

Perry Key ’78, Harold Bahlinger Jr. ’82, Sidney Bowden and Dr. Williams Wall

IV. Not shown is John Capdevielle ’70.

For more information and registration details for all

reunions, go to www.catholichigh.org.

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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 February 15, 2011 through May 23, 2011 in honor or memory of loved ones. Please remember

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

MEMORIAL GIFTS

Mr. Sidney V. Arbour Jr. ’31



























Mrs. Pearl Arriaga



Mr. Adam M. Barksdale ’02




Mr. Joseph F. Batson, Sr.


Mr. Roy N. Beatty Sr. ’35


Mr. Beau M. Boiteaux ’99



Mr. Eugene M. Bologna ’69





Mr. Frank M. Bologna ’45

















Mr. Daryl A. Bongiovanni ’73





Mr. Benjamin C. Brown ’99



Mrs. Ruth Burdick


Mr. Michael Capone


Mr. Leo A. Carlino Jr. ’75


Mrs. Mercedese Carville


Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Cazedessus Jr.


Ms. Agatha D. Cockerham


Ms. Wilma Cormier


Brother Elliot J. Couvillon, SC ’46


Mrs. Stella Dauenhauer


Mr. James C. Davis


Mrs. Bonnie DeSilva


Mr. Raymond E. Didier ’37


Mr. Hilary L. Donellan ’43


Mr. J. Ralph Dupuy ’37




Mr. P. Ryan Esnard ’97



Mr. Clif F. Fabre Sr. ’41


Mr. Horace A. Fabre ’47


Mr. Michael J. Fazio


Mr. Scott G. Fisackerly ’79


Ms. Elizabeth Garrison


Mr. James P. Giblin II ’95



Mr. William S. Grass, Sr.


Mr. and Mrs. Clifford X. Guillot ’39


Mrs. Katherine Hall



Mr. Stanley L. Heine Jr. ’44


Mr. Russell W. Hicks Jr. ’45


Mr. Dale Hotard ’57


Mr. and Mrs. Paul James


Mr. Bob Johnson


Mr. Gordon L. Jones ’99



Mrs. Joan N. Kayser


Mrs. Louise J. Kearny



Mrs. Ann Knobloch



Mr. Raymond E. Kron, Sr.


Mr. Norman A. LaBorde, Jr.


Lt. M. Scott Lamana ’88


Mr. Allie A. Langlois


Mr. John W. Langlois ’54





Mr. Julius A. LeBlanc Jr. ’41


Mr. Clarence A. Ledig ’29


Mr. John G. Lewis ’55



Mrs. Marta H. McCarron


Mr. Byron M. Monroe ’91


Mr. Harry J. Moreau ’44


Mr. Joseph S. Muffoletto



Mr. Joseph V. Muffoletto


Mr. C. Anthony Nolan ’92


Brother James O’Grady, SC


Mr. Charles D. Parker ’94


Mr. Prentiss J. Partin


Mr. Brent D. Pecue ’80


Mr. Jared V. Rachal ’99


Mr. Thomas J. Robichaux ’43



Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Saia


Mr. Craig E. Samaha ’71


Mrs. Christine P. Santhin



Mr. E. Morgan Stuart Jr. ’43


Mr. B. Barrow Switzer ’92


Lt. Col. Alfred G. Villavaso ’63


Mrs. Atholyn Virgets




Mr. Mixon H. Wilson, Jr.


Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Wintz


Mr. Charles R. Wintz


Father Frederic A. Youngs, Jr.


HONORARY GIFTS

Brothers of the Sacred Heart


Mr. Robert C. Champagne Jr. ’69



Brother Louis M. Couvillon, SC ’63


Mrs. Raymond E. Didier


Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Ferachi Jr. ’54


Mr. and Mrs. Clement Guidroz


Brother Harold Harris, SC


Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Hebert Jr. ’64



Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kitchell



Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Nola ’94


Mr. John F. Reilley, Jr.



Mrs. V. Stacey Shannon


Mr. and Mrs. William L. Steele III ’94


Mr. and Mrs. Chester C. Williams ’72


Mr. and Mrs. J. Remy Williams ’74


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Catholic High School




Address Service Requested







GRADUATION. Austin Palmer ’11 (center), seated

with his parents, (l to r) Eddie and Lori Palmer,

displays his diploma at graduation on May 21,

2011 at the Baton Rouge River Center.

Parents:

Bear Facts II

SPORTS IN THE PAST

Brother

Eldon Crifasi, SC

’39








David Butler ’77














Al Champagne ’63

David Ourso ’63




















Jimmy Lyles ’62










Ray Kron ’61

Marion Romano ’61







































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