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FALL/WINTER 2011

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Tradition

Developing Leadership in Young Men

A publication for alumni, family, and friends of Archbishop Moeller High School

“Through These Doors

Walk the Men of Moeller,”

says the signage over the entry into

the central section of the building.

It harkens to the days when that

phrase was first painted on the door

leading to the lower-level locker

rooms that proudly reminded our

athletes they were the “Men of

Moeller,”evolving into a winning

tradition in all sports.

Now, the phrase has an even richer

meaning, deepening to encompass the

holistic development of our students.

By the time they graduate, it is our

hope that they see themselves as the

Blessed William Joseph Chaminade,

envisioned more than 150 years ago:

as young men of faith… formed

academically in a family-oriented

community… committed to service,

peace, and justice… and constantly

adapting to our changing world.

It is these aspects of being a

Man of Moeller that we highlighted

in our new exhibit that now graces the

main hallway of the school. Called

the “Timeline,” it visually chronicles

the five timeless Characteristics of a

Marianist education from the past 50

years. And underneath each section

are literally hundreds of statements

from our alumni defining parts of

who they are as Men of Moeller.

We dedicated and blessed this

exhibit in September, and we cordially

invite you to visit Moeller to

experience it in person. (See

“New Timeline Tells the ‘Truth’ about

THE MOELLER STORY,” page 25.)


MOELLER STORIES:

Scholarships Impact Lives

I’m putting these thoughts together as we end the school

year’s first quarter. The beginning of the 2011-12 school year

has come and gone already, and I am reminded of how

blessed I am to be working together every day with a great

group of students, faculty, and staff. I hope that all of us in the

Moeller community will be open to learning new things this

year and really stretch ourselves.

I think it was Aristotle who told us that we are all the sum

of our actions and our motivation. The actions and motivation

are something to behold here on a daily basis. I get a chance to

witness students, parents, faculty, staff, and even our Board of

Trustees working hard to further enhance the excellence of

Moeller. Our faculty and staff are a remarkable group of

individuals whose collective actions deserve our thanks.

Our Board of Trustees gives focused and heartfelt expertise

towards the strategic direction of Moeller. Our parents give

selflessly and enthusiastically in a myriad of volunteer roles,

whether it is supporting fundraising or community-building

efforts. Our students also contribute through their motivation

in the classroom and grasping all the co-curricular activities

available to them with both hands.

Despite all of our action and motivation, we certainly still

do face challenges. How we examine and deal with them is

what really defines us. We can view them either as obstacles or

stepping stones – problems with all of the associated negativity

or stepping stones with their associated opportunities.

It’s my belief that one of our challenges and thus one of our

opportunities is to stay laser-focused on our mission. I’ve had

some very recent opportunities to participate in some of our

student recruitment efforts with our Admissions Department.

Throughout the course of these information sessions, numerous

reasons are cited as to why a prospective student and his family

should choose to attend Moeller. There are numerous reasons,

of course, but it always seems to come back to the mission.

When talking about our mission, prospective

students and families are rightfully entitled to

know what we’re doing to help these young

men grow individually, be formed in their

faith and to achieve academically. Here is

what we’re doing to live this mission:

Our House System develops powerful

leadership and collaborative skills. Young men

come to us as wide-eyed freshmen. They

experience a diversity of thought, people,

club opportunities, athletic opportunities,

House leadership possibilities, and then

grow, as individuals, into Men of Moeller.

Our whole school, especially our Pastoral

Ministry staff, works hard to help our

young men realize who they are, what

they strive to be, and

how they can continue to have a sense of wonderment for their

faith. How do these young men move into the world following

Christ—being more loving, more patient, and more forgiving

Our young men become more formed in their faith. And

while one need not be a Catholic to attend Moeller, we believe

that to be a student at our school is to experience a rich,

Christ-centered community.

Our faculty works hard with our young men to appreciate all kinds of

literature; to write an analysis on a certain topic; to identify and

solve problems of all kinds; to think critically; to perform publicly;

to move the conversation forward; to dip into the often tragic but

all-important specifics of history; and to work collaboratively. Our

young men learn how to achieve academically.

What a powerful list that certainly emanates from! They come

out of our Marianist roots and should be at the center of all of our

daily actions and motivations. If an action or initiative is not serving

our mission, it should be critically questioned. We need to draw on

tested experiences and hold on to what works; we need to introduce

new thinking and new approaches where appropriate; and we need

to stop what isn’t working.

Further, in trying to deliver on our mission, the name “Moeller

High School” must become synonymous with excellence, integrity,

and outstanding quality and service. The service aspect of this

delivery becomes another of our opportunities and even more

crucial than ever, whether dealing with a prospective student and

his family, a faculty or staff member, an alumnus, a parent – you

get the idea. We need to always be working towards promising

less and delivering more…every time. If we keep our mission

simple, based in our roots and focused, then we will turn this

service delivery from a potential obstacle into a stepping stone.

Are we perfect Absolutely not and never will be. We must,

however, commit ourselves to excellence every day. We have

our moments, just like any other “family.” In this broad and

ever-growing Moeller Family, though, I’d like to see an important

four-letter word become commonplace: “help.” If we all constantly

look to help all of our stakeholders (and anyone associated with

Moeller is a stakeholder), treat all whom we encounter as we’d like to

be treated, and work hard to see stepping stones instead of problems,

we’ll continue the building of this great community together.

This call to a mission focus and a service journey must become

our hallmark and our excellence.

As St. Paul said to the Phillipians: “Whatever is true, whatever is

honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is gracious,

if there is anything worthy of praise, if there is any excellence,

think about these things.”

My very best to all in the Moeller Family for a safe, restful,

and blessed holiday season!

Bill Hunt, President

Matthew Abele ’13,

Schlueter Family Scholarship

Recipient

Harvard graduate Matt DePetro (photo on

top right), Moeller Class of 2001, flew in from

Silicon Valley, California, to address the Moeller

scholarship students and donors at the

school’s Named Scholarship Breakfast

Program in September. He had a story to tell

and an important message to give: “Moeller

is a foundational experience, not an end-game,”

he said. Moeller’s “foundation” enabled Matt

to pursue his dreams: graduate from Harvard

in 2005 with a bachelor’s in engineering; work

on a team that developed the microprocessor

for the world’s fastest computer; play

pro/semi-pro football in Japan, and more...

None of this would have been possible without

the aid of an academic scholarship.

Tyler Himes ’14 (photo right) also had a

story to tell that morning. “Since I was in the

second grade I knew I wanted to go

to Moeller. I couldn’t explain why.

I had no legacy, and no one

pressured me to go. It was

my own decision.

I always knew that Moeller

was something different…”

Now a sophomore, Tyler

can explain why he made that

decision. “Academically Moeller has

challenged me to do the best and be the

best I can be,” he said. “I take Honors and

AP classes. In grade school I was one of

those kids who never studied for a test

and still got all A’s and B’s. Now there are

nights when I have three or more hours of

homework… Moeller has led me to

realize that anything is possible

if you have the will and desire

to accomplish it. It truly is a

gift to be here.”

Scholarship benefactors

Dr. Elmer and Carmelita

Schlueter (photo on bottom)

had their own story to tell the

guests. Their son, Eric “Rick”

Schlueter, graduated in

1968. He was Moeller’s

valedictorian, involved in

student government all four years,

and played baseball for Mike Cameron

during Cameron’s first year as head

coach. (During Rick’s senior year, the

Crusaders won their first GCL Championship.

“It sorta helped that Buddy Bell played third

base,” said Dr. Schlueter.)

Rick continued his education at the

University of Notre Dame, Northwestern

University, and Harvard Law School. In

1977, he accepted a position at Conoco

and moved up the ranks of leadership

until he became a top executive. Then,

sadly, at the height of his success,

Rick was killed by a hit-skip driver in 2006

while riding his bicycle. He was 55.

In response, Rick’s parents established the

Eric J. Schlueter Scholarship to memorialize

their son and to pass on the lessons that

they believed Moeller students could learn

from his life:

1. Develop strong family values.

2. Follow your dreams.

3. Finish the job that you started to the

best of your ability.

These stories are at the heart of the

Moeller Scholarship Program. In November

2009, a new scholarship committee was formed.

Thanks to their leadership, the number of

Named Scholarships has grown in the last two

years from 5 to 21. All scholarships are based

on financial need, academic excellence,

and donor-specific criteria. To honor

both the donors and recipients,

the committee re-initiated the

Scholarship Breakfast.

“The scholarship program

not only profoundly impacts the

lives of the recipients,” said

Advancement Director Debbie Geiger.

“Creating a Named Scholarship also helps

fulfill the dreams of the donors, either by

honoring or memorializing a loved one. For

those of us who fervently believe in the value

of a Moeller Marianist education, there can

be no greater gift.”

Principal Blane Collison articulates the

essence of this “gift” when he addresses parents

about the power of a Moeller education:

“We believe the Marianist Characteristics

provide the foundation for developing

leadership in young men. The mission of a

Moeller education is to assist parents in

helping their son make responsible choices

and lead them to use their talents and gifts

in service to others and for the benefit

of society. Ultimately, we are not just

developing the best leaders in the world. We

are developing the best leaders for the world.”

Moeller is deeply grateful to our

donors for establishing or contributing

to our Named Scholarship Program,”

said President Bill Hunt. “As you can

tell, our scholarship program

enhances the lives of many of our

students as well as our donors.

Thanks to your efforts, we look

forward to continuing our mission

of forming young men of

faith, helping them achieve

academically, and ensuring

their individual growth.” M

BREAKING NEWS: Alumni Association

Vice President Nick Hodge ’94 just announced the

new Alumni Class Scholarship Program for each

graduating class. “These scholarships will help

‘bridge the tuition gap’ and will provide a way for

our graduating classes to directly impact the life of

a future Man of Moeller,” he said. “(Alumni

President) Phil Kreiner ’76 and I have spent the

last year in discussions with our Class Captains,

and we have learned that one of the most pressing

concerns of our alumni base is the rising cost of

tuition and the inability for future young men

(especially children of alumni) to attend because of

that cost. Every year there is significant demand for

tuition assistance that goes unmet. Our goal is to

fund each Class Scholarship as quickly as possible

to begin witnessing the benefits of tuition assistance.”

For more information, contact Advancement

Director Debbie Geiger at DGeiger@Moeller.org

or call (513) 791-1680, ext. 1320. More information

is also available on the school website,

www.Moeller.org (see “Support Moeller”).


M ELLER

FALL/WINTER 2011

As you may have read, the cover story in

this issue is about our new Timeline exhibit

that we believe reveals the “truth” about

“The Moeller Story” and the Men of Moeller.

On a personal note, I can attest to the

veracity of the four-year evolution of the

young men. From the day they enter as

freshmen, they begin a journey that includes

annual spiritual retreats and daily involvement

in the House System. The faculty challenge

them academically and use the most up-todate

laptop tools to reinforce their learning.

Even more, the entire faculty, staff, and

administration also challenge them to

become better men, better Christians.

One recent example of this was a bus

trip to Lucasville prison that several of our

students, parents, and faculty took to pray

for Reginald Brooks who was executed by

the State of Ohio on November 15, 2011.

The contingency then traveled on to

Columbus to attend a press conference on

House Bill 160, which seeks to abolish the

death penalty. Several also students joined

with Sister Helen Prejean, author of Dead

Man Walking and internationally renowned

advocate against the death penalty, to talk

to Governor John Kasich and urge him to

place a moratorium on the death penalty

while an Ohio Supreme Court task force

studies this issue. (See page 7, “Sister

Helen Prejean: ‘We are killing the killers to

show that killing is wrong.’ ”)

What was unique about this social

justice experience is that it evolved from

an interdisciplinary academic initiative.

During this past summer the entire student

body read Dead Man Walking: An

Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in

the U.S. Throughout the year, all academic

departments are using this book and its

themes surrounding the death penalty to

show the inter-connectedness of the various

academic areas – reading, writing, math,

science, art, etc. – demonstrating that they

don’t exist in isolation and that they have

meaning in our lives… (See page 8,

“Walking in their Shoes: Art Students

Create Walking Reminders of the People

Who Await the Death Penalty.”)

To put it simply, there is a strong culture

at Moeller that gently, yet persistently

helps mold these young men into the Men

of Moeller they become upon graduation.

I know this firsthand, for not only have I

seen this throughout my 15-year tenure at

Moeller, but my son, Joe, will become one

of those Men of Moeller in May.

My husband and I have witnessed Joe’s

metamorphosis these past three-plus years

and can attest to the impact this school –

this Moeller Family – has had on his life.

So many “Moe-ments” and people have

contributed to his growth… And it’s

different for each student. But whether

it’s an evolution through a young man’s

involvement in academics or athletics or

the arts or House leadership or Pastoral

Ministry or Kairos retreats or something

else, there nevertheless is an evolution.

Before you know it, he has become a

Man of Moeller… And we couldn’t be

more proud.

May Mary’s peace be with you,

Johanna Kremer, Editor

JKremer@Moeller.org

(513) 791-1680, ext. 1330

Moeller Magazine is an official publication of

Archbishop Moeller High School for alumni,

family, and friends. Comments and questions

are encouraged. Please send your comments

to Johanna Kremer, editor/communications

director, at JKremer@Moeller.org.

EDITOR

Johanna Kremer,

Communications Director

Archbishop Moeller High School

9001 Montgomery Road

Cincinnati, OH 45242-7780

Voice Mail: (513) 791-1680, ext. 1330

Email: JKremer@Moeller.org

CONTRIBUTORS

Bill Balbach ’72

Dick Beerman

Barry Borman ’64

Blane Collison

Mary Fischer

Chris Anne Gaier

Debbie Geiger

Bill Hunt

Marcia Lechner

Betsy Morgan

Cindy Neuhaus

ADMINISTRATION

Bill Hunt, President

Blane Collison, Principal

Chris Wilke, Dean of Academics

Carl Kremer, Dean of Students

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Charley Blum

Ted Catino’79

Therese Esswein

Tom Fitz

Jim Hubbard, Secretary

Pete Kimener

Leon Loewenstine Jr.

Dan Neyer’77

Bob Niehaus’65, Chair

Sally Nugent, Vice Chair

Mark Rippe’72, Treasurer

Fr. Larry Tensi

LAYOUT & DESIGN

James Wilmink ’85, Insignia Design

Email: jim@insigniadesign.com

RESOURCES: A Special Thanks to…

YEARBOOK STAFF MEMBERS, 1960-Present

CURRENT ALUMNI FACULTY & STAFF

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Dennis Cronin ’64

Amy Ellert, Into Wishin Photography

Jeannette Elliott

Mary Fischer

Johanna Kremer

Sam Wallander ’12

PRINTING

Larry Kuhlman ’81, Bramkamp Printing

www.Bramkamp.com

DISTRIBUTION

Ginny Bauer

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Moeller High School is owned and

operated by the Catholic Archdiocese of

Cincinnati and adheres to its policies.

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cover story

25 A QUALITY EDUCATION:

New Timeline Tells the ‘Truth’

About THE MOELLER STORY

features

7 SISTER HELEN PREJEAN: ‘We are killing

the killers to show that killing is wrong.’

8 WALKING IN THEIR SHOES: Art Students

Create Walking Reminders of the People

Who Await the Death Penalty

9 CELEBRATING MOELLER:

Alums Who Played Professional Sports

10 GROWING MOELLER:

The 2010-11 HONOR ROLL of DONORS &

Forecast of Revenues and Expenses

departments

Inside Cover FROM THE PRESIDENT

1 EDITOR’S INTRO

3 PRINCIPAL’S NOTE

4 MOELLER TODAY

29 CRUSADER CONNECTIONS

34 ALUMNI NOTES

1 • FALL/WINTER 2011


3 • FALL/WINTER 2011

During a young man’s high school years at

Moeller, he is continually exposed to the five

Characteristics of Marianist Education, better

known as the C.M.E.s. Each component part

of his education in some way draws upon

the C.M.E.s, as well as heightens his awareness

and understanding of their importance to

being a “Man of Moeller.” This year,

Moeller is focusing on the fourth

Characteristic, “to educate for service,

peace, and justice.”

To this end, the entire Moeller

student body and faculty read Dead

Man Walking by Sr. Helen Prejean, an

initiative spearheaded by English

Department Chair Geoffrey Girard.

Faculty and students are continuing with

activities throughout the year that will

highlight the issue of capital punishment.

This study of the topics related to the death

penalty will examine Church teachings that

will assist in informing student consciences,

as well as encouraging students to take an

active stance in promoting those things that

allow us to champion the

Church’s call “to create a

culture of life.”

Along with this interdisciplinary

initiative, our

students are focusing on

corollary topics, such as race,

poverty, and social structures.

The outcome of this project

will be to help encourage

students to take a proactive

stance in dealing with issues

of social justice, responding

in service, and working for

peace in all of society.

One of the many

opportunities that allow for

faculty and students to become active in this

fourth Characteristic is our service learning

experiences. This program comes through

the Pastoral Ministry Office and allows

participation in a variety of trips designed

to enable participants to put their faith in

action, as well as further educate them on the

issues that create disparity within social

structures. The trips occur over the course of

the summer and allow participants to fully

discover the myriad of issues facing particular

communities where financial and infrastructure

needs are most prevalent.

The Five Characteristics

of a Marianist Education

• Educating for faith

formation;

• Providing an integral,

quality education;

• Educating in the

Family Spirit;

• Educating for service,

justice, and peace; and

• Educating for

adaptation and change.

This past July Service Director Brian

Gilronan arranged for a group to travel to a

Navajo Indian Reservation located in Thoreau,

New Mexico. The trip was designed for students

to experience firsthand the issues facing

Native Americans in the United States. I, along

with Geoffrey Girard and eight students, were

privileged to be a part of it.

During the course of the week we helped

residents on the reservation by painting the

community center and reservation thrift store,

cleaning up mobile home lots, along with the

school grounds at St. Bonaventure School,

moving and storing clothes for the reservation

thrift store, providing fresh water from the

St. Bonaventure water truck to residents, and

traveling into remote areas of the reservation

to view the conditions for elderly residents

and their families.

The trip was a tremendous learning

opportunity, for students experienced not only

the conditions of the Navajo people, but they

were able to understand the vast issues facing

the residents as it related to

housing, health care, and

unemployment. Native

Americans have the highest

unemployment, alcoholism,

and suicide rates in our

country. They have become

– as the Navajo people refer

to those on the reservations

– “the forgotten ones” or

“forgotten people.”

During our nightly

reflection and scripture time,

one of the major themes for

students was to examine more

closely issues surrounding

the ability of the Navajo

people to secure adequate

employment, health care, and housing. With a

host of issues existing on the reservation, more

work needs to be done. The residents need

immediate help and far better living conditions.

As we seek to do mission work to better our

society, the words of Jesus ring truer than ever,

“What you did to the least of my people, you

did to me.”

Yours in service,

Blane Collison, Principal

MOELLER HONORS ACADEMIC

EXCELLENCE AT AWARDS ASSEMBLY:

In August Moeller held its annual

Academic Awards Program for the

Classes of 2012-2014. During this

all-school assembly, the administrators

and department chairs honor various

scholastic achievements, such as students

who earned First and Second Honors

for the 2010-11 school year, students

who received cum laude-level scores

on the National Latin exam, students

who earned entry to the National

and Spanish Honor Societies, special

community service awards, and special awards from

universities and businesses. During

the awards program, the principal also

recognized Moeller’s Academic Team

for winning the GCL title again. The

program listing all awards is available on

the school website (www.Moeller.org)

under Academics. In May Moeller

will hold its annual Senior Academic

Awards Assembly.

SOPHOMORE PRESENTS

RESEARCH TO THE OHIO

ACADEMY OF SCIENCE:

William Ittenbach ’14

(photo left) represented

Moeller at the Ohio

Academy of Science’s

annual meeting last May

where he presented his

research on bacteria in fast food

restaurants as compared with casual

dining restaurants. He received letters

of commendation from the governor

and state reps for his work.

The Blessed William Joseph Chaminade Chapter of the

National Honor Society approved the following students

for membership: (Pictured, from left: Front Row: Quinn

Collison '13, Corey Carroll '13, Joey Ward '12, and

Mitch Catino '12. Back Row: Stephen Spaeth '13, Derek

Schappacher '13, Alex Voss '12, Mitch Fischer '12, and

Bryan Martin '12. Absent: Jacob Heuker '13)

TWO SENIORS NAMED

NATIONAL MERIT

SEMIFINALISTS:

Seniors Zachary Flint (on left)

and Colin Foos (on right)

were named National Merit

Semifinalists. About 1.5

million juniors in 22,000 high

schools entered the 2012

National Merit Scholarship

Program by taking the 2010

Preliminary SAT/National

Merit Scholarship Qualifying

Test. Only 1 percent of the

students who take the test

are named semifinalists.

30 MOELLER STUDENTS

EARN AP SCHOLAR

AWARDS: The following students earned

the designation of AP Scholar: Jon Ashbrock '12,

Stephen Dean '11, Oliver Englehart '11,

Charles Fiessinger '11, William Hamiter '12,

Nick Herweh '11, Michael Irwin '11,

Lucas Kmetz '12, Brandon Kroger '12,

Eric Larison '11, Brian Markgraf '12,

Daniel O’Bryan '11, Daniel Prampero '12,

Anthony Spuzzillo '11, Michael Uckotter '11,

Jonathan Ward '11, Tyler Williford '12, and

Michael Zoller '11. Five students earned the

designation of AP Scholar with Honor:

Brendan Holmes '11, Samuel Knudson '11,

Ed Rein '12, Joseph Trame '11, and

Matthew Woebkenberg '11. Seven students

earned the designation of AP Scholar with

Distinction: Lucas Agricola '11, Mark Dalga

'11, Ross Geiger '11, Michael Lynch '11,

Alexander Parra '11, Jacob Schlueter '11,

and Michael Wright '11.

10 STUDENTS EARN CUM

LAUDE-LEVEL AWARDS ON

NATIONAL LATIN EXAMS:

Ten students were recognized at the fall

awards assembly for their scores on the

2011 National Latin Exam: Latin III: Juniors

Evan Cooper (Silver Maxim Cum Laude

[SMCL] ) and Joseph Kremer (Magna Cum

Laude [MCL] ); Latin II: Sophomores Andrew

Benza (Gold Summa Cum Laude [GSCL] ),

Brian Butz (SMCL), and Nick Staresinic

(Cum Laude [CL] ); Latin 1: Freshmen

Robert Brudnicki (SMCL), William Hamiter

(MCL), Joseph Pappalardo (SMCL), Gus

Ragland (CL), and Nicholas Schlueter (SMCL).

FIVE NAMED NATIONAL

MERIT COMMENDED

STUDENTS: The following students

were named National Merit Commended

students: Wick Hardenberg, Harry Hamiter,

Jacob Gill, Francis Ittenbach, and Luke

Bugada. They are among 34,000 students

nationwide to earn this prestigious status.

SENIOR ZACHARY FLINT

ACCEPTED INTO SELECTIVE

DRAMA WORKSHOP:

Zachary Flint ’12 was one of a dozen students

chosen from Greater Cincinnati/

Northern Kentucky high

schools to participate in the

Playhouse in the Park’s Drama

Workshop. He will see eight

professional plays at three

local theaters: the Cincinnati Playhouse in the

Park, the Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival,

and the Ensemble Theater of Cincinnati.

After writing drama reviews for the plays,

Zachary and other participants will meet

with Cincinnati Enquirer theater critic Jackie

Demaline for a workshop on both drama

and journalism. Zach’s selection marks the

fourteenth year that a Moeller student has

been chosen for the workshop.

FALL/WINTER 2011 • 4


NEW ‘CHAMP CUP’

HONORS MEMORY OF

JIM CHAMPLIN ’72:

Jim “Champ” Champlin ’72 wore many

hats during his tenure at Moeller, but his

most prominent role was as Trinity House

Dean, one of the founding leaders of the

House System. After Jim passed away from

cancer in June 2011, the administration chose

Dan Dever from Moeller’s Pastoral Ministry

Department to

become the

new Trinity

Dean. Dan’s

first initiative

was to create

the “Champ

Cup,” which is

similar to the

Marianist Cup

that is awarded

to the House

with the most

points at the

end of the year.

Dan decided that individual Mentor Groups

within Trinity House would compete

against each other in activities where

everyone could participate. “Champ was

instrumental in getting students involved,”

Dan explained. “The Champ Cup will be

awarded to the Mentor Group with the

most activity-related points at the end of

each quarter and will reside in the room of

the winning Mentor Group. The Champ

Cup will be a constant reminder of Jim and

his legacy. Trinity House is what it is today

because of him.”

BRITISH LIT TEACHER

FEATURED SPEAKER

AT CONFERENCE: British

Literature Teacher Michael Rose was

a featured speaker in September at

the Life Technology & Science

Conference at the Engineer’s Club in

Dayton, Ohio. He gave a presentation

on teaching Frankenstein and Brave

New World in the context of

contemporary biotechnology and

medical experimentation.

STUDENTS ATTEND

MAYERSON LEADER-

SHIP WORKSHOP: Six

students attended the Mayerson

Leadership Workshop held at the

University of Cincinnati this fall: senior

Joe Kremer; juniors Matt Messina

and Harry Wahl; and sophomores

Zachary Bonn, Matt Shannon, and Kyle

Zimmerman. This service-learning

program sponsored by the Mayerson

Foundation is designed to encourage

and empower students to initiate

meaningful service projects within

their school and community. Moeller's

current support for the Ugandan

School, Unified for UNIFAT, evolved

from one of the previous Mayerson

presentations, as well as the school's

Green Giants recycling program.

SENIOR PARTICIPATES

IN NATIONAL LEADER-

SHIP PROGRAM: Scott

Nugent ’12 participated in the

Economics for Leaders summer

program conducted at Vanderbilt

University. He is one of 50 students

from around the country accepted

into the Foundation for Teaching

Economics program. Students

selected demonstrated

excellent leadership potential.

During the week-long

Economics for Leaders

program, students attained

an understanding of

economic reasoning principles

and how to employ these

concepts for successful and

effective leadership.

GREG STANFORTH '67

SELECTED TO

PRESENT AT THE

NAEA CONVENTION:

Department Chair Greg Stanforth's

presentation, “Creating a Culture of

Sketchbooks in a High School Art

Program,” will be part of the National

Art Education Association’s (NAEA)

National Convention in New York

next March. His session is scheduled

as a “Best Practice Lecture.”

STUDENTS SELECTED

TO PARTICIPATE IN

UGIVE INTERNSHIP: Two

seniors (Joe

Kremer and

Scott Nugent)

and two

juniors (Matt

Messina and

Andrew

Mendel)

participated

in UGive’s

five-week summer internship program

designed to engage students in hands-on

service opportunities, build leadership

skills, and place them in a position to

make a real impact on the Cincinnati

community. The interns experienced a

poverty simulation led by St. Vincent de

Paul and spent their Wednesday

mornings in Over-the-Rhine. They also

planned “Step Up Cincinnati,” the

region’s largest one-day, student-run

service event. During this event, Joe

Kremer '12 won the $500 Summer

Internship Scholarship.

JUNIOR ELECTED VICE

MAYOR OF CINCINNATI

YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT:

Following campaign speeches to

about 200 Cincinnati area high school

students, Nick Staresinic ’13 was

elected vice mayor of the YMCA's

Cincinnati Youth in Government.

Nick was selected to participate last

year as well.

BREAKING NEWS: Moeller Wins

Nike Rivalry Uniform Contest! Out of 718 high

schools, Moeller won the Nike contest that highlighted

football traditions across the country. The

prize is new football uniforms for 2012, valued at

more than $17,5K. Alumnus Rob Ebel ’82, the

webmaster of the new Moeller athletic website (see

below), created and submitted the winning video.

JUNIOR EARNS EAGLE

SCOUT AWARD: Mitch Hoelker

earned his Eagle Scout

Award recently by

rebuilding a shelter by

the Blue Ash YMCA.

“To get the project going

I had to figure out how

to fund it. I noticed the

YPC (Moeller’s Youth Philanthropy

Council) application in an email…,and

they gave me $900, which almost funded

the whole project. I really feel that YPC

is a great way for Moeller to leave a

footprint in our community. It tells

people what Moeller is all about – our

mission to help others and the community.”

Mitch and family friend Marvin Boyer

(photo above) who earned his Eagle

Scout rank 41 years ago.

FRESHMAN EARNS YMCA’S

HIGHEST ACCOLADE:

Anthony Whyle ’15 was recognized with

the highest accolade at YMCA Camp Ernst:

Honor Camper. This award is given to

a student who displays outstanding

character qualities. Only 2% of the

nearly 3,000 campers who attend

Camp Ernst are chosen for this award.

The staff of more than 100 nominate

campers who are examples of the

YMCA core character values of honesty,

caring, respect, and responsibility.

By Barry Borman ’64, Athletic Director

We had another great fall season!

FOOTBALL: Football captured its first outright GCL

Championship since 1997; we placed several players on

All-League and All-District Teams; and Coach Rodenberg

was named GCL Coach of the Year. Moeller qualified for its 30th appearance in

the State Football Playoffs and 10th consecutive year qualifying for the playoffs,

which is the longest Division I streak in the state. Our football team played one

of the most difficult schedules in the country, and Coach Rodenberg and his

staff prepared our team well as we moved into the regional championship

game against St. X.

SOCCER: Soccer made it to the District Finals before losing a tough overtime

game, while Crusader Chris Nartker was named to the All-State Team.

GOLF: Golf just missed qualifying to the State Championships this year by

a couple strokes. The golf team had qualified nine consecutive years to the

State Tournament.

CROSS COUNTRY: Cross Country had one of its best teams in several years

carrying a squad of over 60 athletes.

OVERALL STANDINGS: Now we find ourselves second in the league standings

for the All-Sports Trophy as we move into a challenging winter season.

PASTORAL MINISTRY

NAMES AWARDEES: The

Pastoral Ministry Department honored

three students with the Charlotte

McCullough Award for service: (pictured

above) Kyle Zimmerman ’14, Francis

Ittenbach ’12, and Matthew Messina ’13.

70 STUDENTS PARTICIPATE

IN SUMMER SERVICE TRIPS:

More than 70 Moeller students participated

in eight different summer service trips that

ranged from experiences in Cincinnati’s

Over-the-Rhine, to a Navajo reservation

in New Mexico, to a rural village outside

of Truijillo, Peru. In Peru, 16 students

worked with students from the Marianist

school of Collegio Santa

Maria Marianistas in a

rural village called

Otuzco. They also

expanded their cultural

horizons by visiting the

UNESCO World Heritage

Site in Machu Picchu.

FALL SPORTS WRAP UP:

Football Captures First Outright

GCL Championship Since 1997!

MOELLER INTRODUCES

NEW WEBSITE:

During the summer, Moeller redesigned

its website and introduced a new athletic

website within its structure (see

www.Moeller.org under “Athletics” or

go to www.LetsGoBigMoe.com). This

new athletic website features broadcasts,

video clips,

photos, team

updates,

announcements,

news, and

much more.

Alumnus

Rob Ebel ’82

is the designer

and webmaster… A month after its

debut, the site passed the one million

view mark. “We broke a record,” said

Ebel. “We went over the 1,000,000 view

mark faster than any other school in

their company's history.” The company

sponsor, iHigh.com, has been in

business for five years and has 4,120

active high schools across America.

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“What is happening in Ohio” said Sister

Helen Prejean to the audience who packed

the Brisben Gym that dreary evening on

November 14th as the rain drops drummed on

the metal tin roof. “Where is Christ in this”

Her rhetorical question highlighted

Sr. Helen’s pending crusade: to gather the next

day outside the Lucasville prison to protest

the execution of Reginald Brooks who was

convicted of killing his three sons in 1982 as

they slept in their East Cleveland home.

But first she had her own story to tell.

Sr. Helen talked about growing up in a

segregated southern town, where there was

a portable electric chair just down from her

school. But nobody knew about it. It was

removed from their sight. “We

need to wake up!” she said.

“But we don’t need to do this

on our own. God wakes us

up! Jesus is on the side of

social justice… The first

pages of Dead Man

Walking are about when

I woke up – when I

found Jesus while

working with the

poor.”

7 • FALL/WINTER 2011

Sister Helen Prejean:

‘We’re killing the killers to show that killing is wrong’

Sr. Helen then talked about the Gospel

education she received while working in the

St. Thomas projects of New Orleans. While

there she was asked to become a pen pal to

a man in prison. “I thought, ‘I can do that. I’m

an English major,’ ” she said. “But sometimes

God is sneaky… They killed that man – and

he was looking at me when he died. My life

was changed forever.”

Sr. Helen was talking about Patrick Sonnier

who was on death row in the Louisiana State

Penitentiary in 1982. He and his younger

brother were convicted of abducting a

teenage couple, raping the girl, and then

forcing the young people to lie face down

while they shot them in the head. “What

could be more outrageous than the death of

two innocent teenagers But when Patrick

asked her to be his spiritual advisor she said,

“Yes, I will be the face of Christ for you.”

But Sr. Helen insisted she wasn’t a hero

in this story. The true hero was the father of

the young boy who Patrick killed. She called

herself a coward for not contacting the

victims’ parents. “I did nothing for the victims’

families,” she said. “It was cowardice.”

She was convinced the families wouldn’t

want to talk with her – that they would be

furious with her for advocating for Patrick’s

life. Then she ran into the families after

Patrick’s hearing, and while the family of the

young girl who was killed walked quickly by,

the young boy’s family introduced themselves.

The father of David told her about the

pressure they were under regarding the

death penalty and asked her to pray with

them. “You need to know what

we’re going through,” he said.

“He’s the real hero,”

Sr. Helen told the

audience. “He’s the one

who reached out to me.

So I prayed by his side – a man who was on

his way of living the Gospel of Jesus.”

“Forgiveness. I never understood it,” she said.

But David’s father showed her what it meant…

“I feel pressure,” he said. “I feel I have to be

for the death penalty because it will appear

that I didn’t love David if I’m not… But I don’t

like the way it makes me feel. They killed our

son, but I’m not going to let them kill me.

People think forgiveness is weak, but I see it as

coming out from under the burden of hate and

bitterness and going down the path of love.”

“He also prayed for Patrick’s mother

that morning,” said Sr. Helen, “and he found

his way to that mother’s door with a basket

of fruit. ‘I’m a parent like you,’ he told her,

‘and I don’t hold you responsible for what

your sons did.’ ”

Victims’ families need our support on

their journey, explained Sr. Helen, including

the mother of the killers as well. “Picture this

if you can,” she said, “We can reach out with

both arms like the cross.” And she did.

Then she paused and offered a challenge:

“An eye for an eye Where’s Christ in that

There is no dignity in this death. Are you for

vengeance or compassion Are you for love,

or are you for hate We’re killing the killers to

show that killing is wrong!” The gym was silent.

And the rain drummed steadily in the background.

She quietly added, “Say no to the

death penalty.”

CALL TO ACTION

Sr. Helen invited the audience to act on

their conscience and join the nationwide

movement of Catholics against the

death penalty. She asked them to

sign a petition to the governor

calling for a moratorium on the

death penalty while the task force

conducts their study

on this issue.

She also offered to sign her two books, which were

available for purchase afterward (Dead Man Walking

and The Death of Innocents: An Eyewitness Account

of Wrongful Executions).

When the evening wrapped up following a brief

Q&A session, Sr. Helen invited the audience to act on

their conscience and join the nationwide movement of

Catholics against the death penalty. She offered these

parting words: “Conscience is something that the

Catholic faith teaches us... But we must form our

conscience in the Gospel.”

EPILOGUE

At 6 AM the next day, a bus loaded with Moeller students,

faculty, and parents traveled to Lucasville prison to protest

the execution of Reginald Brooks. They were among the

hundreds of people that morning offering their prayers.

The contingency then traveled to Columbus where

they attended a press conference and met with Senator

Shannon Jones, R-Springboro, and State Representative

Ron Maag, R-Salem Twp., to urge support for House

Bill 160, which seeks to abolish the death penalty.

Sr. Helen and a few students also met Gov. John Kasich

to urge him to place a moratorium on the death penalty

while an Ohio Supreme Court task force studies the issue.

While in Columbus, a few students offered their

perspectives to the press:

“It’s important that voters get educated on issues

that affect us all,” said Evan Hopper ’13.

Senior Evan Fishback has an interest in the psychological

impact of prison on humans. “Life without parole, an

alternative death penalty opponents propose, has a

significant impact on a person’s mental health,” he said.

Steven Anderson, also a senior, agreed,

“Everybody’s got a point of view… It’s important that

young people get involved, because we’ll be the leaders

of the country someday.” M

PHOTO BY SAM WALLANDER ’12

Educating for

Adaptation and Change

Walking in their Shoes:

Art Students Create Walking

Reminders of the People Who

Await the Death Penalty

“Tom Dybdahl…tells me about Williams funeral and that his

mother would not let the embalmers hide the burns on her son’s

body. ‘The casket was open, and you could see the deep burn

marks on his head and the calf of his leg,’ Tom says.

“About a week after the Williams execution I visit Pat. His

eyes are dark and he looks pale. He’s having trouble sleeping,

he says. He had seen an artist’s sketch of the Williams execution

in the Baton Rouge newspapers and noticed that Williams

was barefooted.

‘If they take me, I’m going with my shoes on,’ he says.”

(Dead Man Walking, p. 44)

It was that particular passage in Sister Helen Prejean’s

book, Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death

Penalty in the United States, that touched Art Teacher

Jeannette Elliott. “I was

reading the book last

summer, and when I

came across this scene

and quote, I was struck

by how real and terrifying

it must have been at

that moment for Pat

Sonnier,” she said. “I had

my students research a

man or woman on death

row – in any state – and

find out who they were

before they committed

the crime that put them

in prison. To find out

who the child or young

adult part of them we

could identify with was

like, and then paint a

scene or details from their

life onto a pair of shoes.

This was to symbolize

that these are real people

walking around every

day knowing they will

die a horrific death: and

by the hand of another

human being… The

message is hypocritical,

and the action irreversible.

Any mistakes made in

sentencing could mean

killing an innocent person.

Anyway, I wanted the

students to see that these

are real people...”

PHOTO BY JEANNETTE ELLIOTT

“It was freshman AJ Hoffman’s

(pictured above) idea to have a day when

the painted shoes could be worn in

school to bring attention to the fact that

these men and women exist and are

alive…and waiting to die”, said Elliott.

“Most of my students told me that

researching the lives of these death

row inmates made them feel more

compassionate toward them, as many

had horrific childhoods and some were

mentally retarded or severely mentally

ill,” said Elliott… “They realize, too,

that having compassion for the inmate

is not meant to (nor does it) negate

the pain and horror the victims

suffered – or the sufferings that the

victims’ families are going through now.

But (the shoe project) is a reminder

that real human beings are being

sentenced to death, and in the 21st

Century we should be above that.”

FALL/WINTER 2011 • 8


CELEBRATING MOELLER

Alums Who Played Professional Sports

Compiled by Dick Beerman: Moeller Archivist, former Athletic Director,

and author of new book, We Are The ‘Big Moe’*

Growing the

MOELLER Tradition

David ‘Buddy’ Bell 1969 Kansas City Baseball *

David Bell 1990 Philadelphia Baseball *

Mike Bell 1993 Arizona Baseball

Rick Bell 1997 Kansas City Baseball

Tom Belza 2007 Arizona Baseball

Rick Bennett 1988 Houston Baseball

Andrew Brackman 2004 New York Yankees Baseball *

Bob Brannen 1994 Australia Basketball

Shawn Brennan 1991 Atlanta Baseball

Bob Bresnen 1975 Detroit Baseball

Dan Burkhart 2007 San Francisco Baseball

Scott Byrnes 2001 Toronto Baseball

Bob Crable 1978 New York Jets Football #

Jack Crable 1969 Washington Senators Baseball

Mark Davis 1983 Atlanta Baseball

Dwayne DuBois 1980 Montreal Baseball

Josh Duncan 2004 Israel Basketball

Eric Fischer 1998 Chicago White Sox Baseball

D’Juan Francisco 1985 Washington Football #

Craig Griffey 1989 Seattle Baseball

Ken Griffey Jr. 1987 Seattle Baseball *

Mark Harris 1999 Cleveland Baseball

Ben Hunter 2004 Cincinnati Baseball

Tony Hunter 1979 Buffalo Bills Football #

Greg Huntington 1988 Philadelphia Football #

Adam Hyzdu 1990 San Francisco Baseball *

Greg Jones 2007 New York Giants Football #

Tim Koegel 1977 Chicago, WFL Football #

Barry Larkin 1982 Cincinnati Baseball *

Byron Larkin 1984 South America Basketball

Steve Larkin 1987 Cincinnati Baseball *

Bill Long 1978 San Diego Baseball *

Joe Lukens 1979 Pittsburgh/

Los Angeles, USFL Football

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Adam Lux 1995 Cincinnati Excite Soccer

Tony Maccani 2003 New York Mets Baseball

Len Matuszek 1972 Los Angeles Dodgers Baseball *

Rob Murphy 1995 Indianapolis/CFL Football #

Derico Murray 2005 Cincinnati Bengals Football #

Clint Nagel 2001 Ireland Basketball

Steve Niehaus 1972 Seattle Seahawks Football #

Mike Olexa 1989 Milwaukee Baseball

Dan Remenowsky 2004 Chicago White Sox Baseball

Cameron Satterwhite 2005 Cincinnati Baseball

Brian Schaeper 2001 Cincinnati Kings Soccer

Mark Schaeper 1990 Cincinnati Cheetahs Soccer

Scott Schaeper 1991 Cincinnati Cheetahs/

Wilmington, NC Soccer

Mike Schwarber 1975 Cleveland Baseball

Tom Schwarber 1986 Detroit Baseball

Tyler Stovall 2004 Cincinnati Baseball

Eric Surkamp 2005 San Francisco Baseball *

Mike Sylvester 1970 Italian National Team Basketball

Chicago Cubs Baseball

Steve Sylvester 1971 Oakland Raiders Football #

Chris Temming 1990 Ireland Basketball

Matt Tennant 2005 New Orleans Saints Football #

Jim Thamann 1975 Pittsburgh Baseball

Tom Waddle 1985 Chicago Bears Football #

‘Bubba’ Walther 2004 Holland Basketball

Bill Wesley 1971 San Francisco Baseball

David Whitehead 2010 Toronto Baseball

Doug Williams 1981 Houston Oilers Football #

Greg Williams 2008 Tampa Bay/Texas Baseball

Alex Wimmers 2007 Minnesota Baseball

Matt Woellert 1981 New York Mets Baseball

Jeff Young 1986 Arizona Baseball

Baseball 40 Basketball 7 Football 14 Soccer 4

* = Saw action at the Major League level

# = Saw action in the NFL or equivalent

* Dick Beerman has recently published a book, We Are The ‘Big Moe,’ a year-by-year, sport-by-sport

history “of one of the greatest high school athletic programs in the nation, covering the first 50 seasons.”

The book is available online at www.WeAreTheBigMoe.com and costs $39.95, plus shipping/handling.

(It is also available as an e-copy option for $19.95.) Thanks to Dick’s generosity, all proceeds support

Moeller’s Tuition Assistance Program.

President’s Circle

Donors contributing $100,000

and more

Dr. and Mrs. Frank P. Cleveland

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Topits

Founder’s Circle

Donors contributing

$50,000 to $99,999

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Catino Jr.

Friend of Moeller

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Lukens

Chaminade Society

Donors contributing

$25,000 to $49,999

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Chambliss

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Finke

Friend of Moeller

General Electric

The Henry Gallenstein, Jr.

Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Loewenstine Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Maegly

Marianist Province of the U.S.

Mr. and Mrs. Keith P. McCluskey

HONOR ROLL of Donors

July 1, 2010, to June 30, 2011

There are many ways to become involved and give back to Moeller High School. During

the past year numerous parents, friends, and alumni volunteered their time, talents, and

treasures. These individuals appreciate the value of a Moeller education and realize the

impact of their gifts. Private giving unquestionably provides the margin of excellence

between good and great. As you read this issue of the Moeller Magazine, we hope that you,

too, will enhance that margin and encourage others to support Moeller as well.

Eveslage Society

Donors contributing

$10,000 to $24,999

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Braun

Mr. and Mrs. Barry F. Bucher

Catholic Inner-City Schools

Education Fund

Ms. Rosemary Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis S. Curran

Mr. and Mrs. Mohammad Ehteshami

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fette

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Fitz Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Hock

Italianette Pizza

Mr. and Mrs. R. Peter Kimener

Dr. and Mrs. Timothy Kremchek

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McLaughlin Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Neyer

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Niehaus

Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Nugent

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory W. Schube

St. Margaret of York Church

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Suter

The Financial Network Group Ltd.

Marianist Society

Donors contributing

$5,000 to $9,999

Dr. and Mrs. Frank L. Antenucci

Archbishop Moeller High School

Basketball Camp

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Asbrock

Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Beck

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Buckley

BWR of Kenwood LLC

Dr. G. Stephen Cleves and

Mrs. Therese Esswein

Mrs. JoAnne Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Tate N. Cooper

The Crable Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Lon W. Deckard

Emerson Electric Company

Folchi's Fine Men’s Apparel and

Formal Wear

General Advertising Products Inc.

Mr. Douglas A. Groh

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Groh

Dr. and Mrs. George E. Guju

Mr. Gary J. Hopkins

IBM

Mr. Matthew J. Kadar

The Karen Carns Foundation

Mandare Foundation

Mr. Richard M. Menninger

Montgomery Inn

Neyer Properties Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Rippe

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Scheidler

Dr. and Mrs. Elmer Schlueter

Mr. Kevin M. Shepherd

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Staresinic

The Cincinnati Life Insurance Company

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Tino

Mr. Kenneth H. Toft

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Wampler, Ph.D.

Principal’s Club

Donors contributing

$2,500 to $4,999

Alpha & Omega Building Services

Archbishop Moeller High School

Fundamentals Camp

Archbishop Moeller High School

Monte Carlo

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Ashbrock

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Beringer

Dr. James T. Bohmer and Dr. Mary

Kathryn Whitten

Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Bohmer

Bramkamp Company Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Carmen

DiGiandomenico

Don Vonderhaar’s Market & Catering Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Gilles

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Gilles

Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co. LLC

Mr. Douglas W. Guller

Mr. and Mrs. Terence F. Hanlon

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hubbard

Mr. and Mrs. Dominick D. Iacovone Sr.

Dr. Robert F. Kroeger

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Kuhlman

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lampert

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Larison

Dr. and Mrs. Alan L. Laub

Laub Family Dentistry

Mr. and Mrs. Steve M. Lynch

Macy’s Foundation

Dr. Mark D. Manley and Mrs. Annette Wick

McCluskey Chevrolet Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Meyer

Ray Meyer Sign Co.

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Morand

Pete DeLois’ Recreations Outlet

Ms. Holly Rebensdorf

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Reiniger

Dr. and Mrs. Michael J. Rohlfs

Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rush Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Schmitt

Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Seibenick

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shaffer

Mr. Richard A. Tonges

Willie’s Sports Cafe

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Donor Honor Roll 2010-11

Donor Honor Roll 2010-11

SAVE THE DATE! April 21, 2012

MAIN EVENT 2012:

There’s No Town Like MoeTown!

“We proudly announce the Main

Event Honorary Chairs for this

year’s gala: Stacie and alumnus Joe

Asbrock,” says Coordinator Marcia

Lechner. “The Main Event Charity

Auction is our largest fundraiser

and provides an

excellent opportunity for parents and

community members to support

our students. With our slow

economy, the need for tuition assistance is greater than ever.”

“Stacie and I are privileged to be a part of what my father

helped initiate more than 50 years ago when the diocese began

collecting funds to build Moeller,” says Joe Asbrock. “We, like

you, are committed to ensuring that Moeller's 50 plus years of

excellence in education and tradition continue long into the future.”

“Sponsorships are key to the success

of this event,” says Lechner, “and

they offer individuals and

companies the opportunity

to directly support the

Men of Moeller at many

different levels.” For

more information, please

contact Marcia Lechner at

791-1680, ext. 1304, or

MLechner@Moeller.org.

Crusader Club Level

Donors contributing

$1,000 to $2,499

Advanced Sports Marketing

Apparel Impressions

Archbishop Moeller High School

Baseball Camp

Archbishop Moeller High School

Football Camp

Archbishop Moeller High School

Fun & Games Camp

Art of Ballroom Dance

AXA Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Balbach

Dr. and Mrs. David R. Barron

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Beckmann

Bellarmine University

BioWorks

Mr. John Bolye

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Bracken Jr.

Briarwood Sporting Club

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Brisken Sr.

Mr. Kent Bruggeman

Mr. Nicholas P. Brunelle

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bruns

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Budde

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Buehler Sr.

Lieutenant Colonel John E. Buse Jr.

C Bank

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cavallaro

Mr. James C. Champlin III †

Mrs. Sandy Champlin

Cincinnati Bell

Cincinnati Kung-Fu & Tai-Chi Center

Cincinnati Sports Club

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Coletti

Mr. and Mrs. James Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Cook

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Mr. and Mrs. Randall J. Corgan

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Crable

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg DeVita

Mr. and Mrs. Tim Dickens

Mr. James A. Donnellon Jr.

Mr. William G. Dorward III †

Drs. Cassinelli, Shanker & Biddle

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Eddingfield

Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Effler

Executive Studios Photography Company

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Fiessinger

Mr. and Mrs. Greg A. Franklin

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Geiger

Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Geiser

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Gillen Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Gramann

Mr. James L. Grau

Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Gustafson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Hackman

Dr. and Mrs. Michael F. Haggerty

Mr. Steven Harlamert

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Hartman

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hartman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Haverkamp

Health & Phys. Ed. Summer School

Mr. and Mrs. T. Michael Hickey

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Hodge

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. Hodge

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Hoelker

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Hoffer

Home Team Marketing LLC

Hood-Barrow Foundation

Dr. Steven T. Hugenberg and

Dr. Janet L. Wendeln

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hunt

Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Ittenbach

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jaspers

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jett

Mr. Timothy Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Josephson

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Joyce

Mr. Bernard W. Kessling

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Kilcoyne

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Kilgore

Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Kirkpatrick

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Knipper

Mr. Philip J. Kreiner

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lakin Sr.

Land O’Lakes

LaRosa’s Mt. Healthy/Willdine Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lance Layman

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Leuenberger

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Leugers

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Malone

Mrs. Lisa A. Mangiaracina

Mark Godbey & Associates

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Marklay

Mercy HealthPlex

Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Mohr

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Moroski

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Morrison

Motorsports Country Club of Cincinnati

Mount Notre Dame High School

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Mulvaney

Neace Lukens

Mr. Fred W. Newcomb

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Neyer

Dr. and Mrs. Marc P. Orlando

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Palopoli

Mr. and Mrs. James Pappalardo

Mr. Thomas J. Paquette

Performance Edge Strength and

Conditioning LLC

Mr and Mrs. John E. Pflum

Planes Moving and Storage Inc.

Plaskolite Inc.

Precision Door Service

Prestige Travel

Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Preston

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Quinlan

Mr. Kenneth S. Rahl

Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Jay Rains Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Raymond

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Reed

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Reis

Remtec Corporation

Mrs. Mary Beth Repasy

Mr. Mark R. Richey

Mr. Thomas E. Roberts

Rudino’s Pizza, Grinders & Sports

Schmitt/Judd Family Moeller High

School Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Schneider

Mr. Michael Schuster

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Shannon

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Shelton

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Siereveld

Society of Chemical Industry

St. Cecilia PTO

St. Columban Church

St. Gertrude Athletic Boosters

St. Mary Church

St. Mary School

St. Saviour Church

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Stofko

Stone Creek Dining Company

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Storer

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Teuschl

The College of Mount St. Joseph

Athletic Department

The Kroger Co.

The Geode Group

Thomas More College

Mr. Matthew J. Thorne

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Thorne Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jason R. Topits

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Torbeck

UBS Financial Services Inc.

University of Dayton

Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Vicario

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Visagie

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Voellmecke

Mr. Tom Vogel

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wedzikowski

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Weitzel

Mr. Brian N. Wellinghoff

Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Wenstrup

Ms. Cindy Werner

Mr. David O. Wilcoxson

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Wilken

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Wynn

Xavier University

Yelton’s Fine Jewelry

Mr. and Mrs. James Zeller

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Zinser

Blue & Gold Club

Donors contributing

$500 to $999

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Abeln

All American Rental Center

Mr. Paul R. Antenucci

Archbishop Moeller High School

Volleyball

Archbishop Moeller High School

Wrestling Camp

Archbishop Moeller High School

Lacrosse Camp

Archbishop Moeller High School SAT

Prep Course

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Armour, III

Ascent Advisors, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bayliff

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Bell

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Benza

Mr. Brent W. Berigan

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Bohmer

Bonefish Grill

Mr. and Mrs. Barry J. Borman

Mr. and Mrs. John Boyle

Mr. and Mrs. John Brault

Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Brennan

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Broughton

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Buckley

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Burke

Cap City Cargo Inc.

Capitol Varsity Sports

Mr. and Mrs. Norm L. Cass

Mr. and Mrs. David Carlin

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Chennell

Chubb & Son Federal Insurance Company

Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Cianciolo

City BBQ

Clark Schaefer Hackett

Clopay

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Collier

Mr. and Mrs. Blane M. Collison

Mr. and Mrs. Loern Cook

Coyote Gold Margaritas

Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Cunningham

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Currin

Dr. and Mrs. Ashok Das

Ms. Paula Daugherty

Mr. Michael S. Davis

Ms. Rose Mary Dikun

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dillhoff

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Eichmann

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Elfers

Eye Care Associates of

Greater Cincinnati Inc.

Fifth Third Bank

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Flynn

Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Foos

Mr. and Mrs. Drew W. Foster

Frank’s Auto Body Carstar

Mr. and Mrs. Brian N. Garry

Mr. Richard J. Gianni Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Goodhart

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Mr. Michael Grau

Mr. Thomas P Grau

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Habegger

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hakemoller

Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Hanes

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Hardenbergh

Hardin Dental

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Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hauck

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Mr. Tyler D. Hughes

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Mr. Brian P. McCluskey

Dr. and Mrs. Patrick J. McCullough

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McGill

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kent McKenzie

Merridian

Mr. Timothy E. Mueller

Mr. and Mrs. Padraic Murray

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Nelson

Ms. Mary Ellen Nopper

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Novakov

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Nymberg

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Osborn

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Palatchi

Ms. Angela Pleatman

PPG Industries Foundation

Ms. Glynnis Reinhart

Mr. Thomas R. Revis and

Ms. Danielle M. Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Richter

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Rohlfs

Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Romes

Mr. and Mrs. R. Jeffrey Rosfeld

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie E. Rummler Jr.

Rumpke Consolidated Companies

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Sauer

Savannah Center

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schaefer

Mr. and Mrs. William Schaffner

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Schirmer

Dr. and Mrs. David E. Schlueter

Dr. Francis J. Schlueter and

Ms. Mary K. Welsh

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Schlueter

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Schmitt

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Schmitt

Ms. Jean M. Shannon

Silver Spring House

Skyline Chili - Fairfield

SMAC Running Club

Mr. Charles A. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Smith

St. Nicholas Academy PTO

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Stacy

Mr. and Mrs. H. Leonard Stallo

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Staun Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Matthew Stephens

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Stigler

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sturgis

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Sweeney

The Bistro Group

The BMW Store

Mr. Gerald A. Tonges

US Fabrics

Mr. and Mrs. Andre S. Valentine

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Van Praag

Mr. Robert R. Vanderheyden

Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Vicar

Village Tavern

Mr. Steven T. Walsh

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walter

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Widmeyer

Mr. Richard J. Winterman and

Dr. Kathleen G. Winterman

Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Woeste

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Wright

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Yelton

Patrons

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$1 to $499

A Shade Better

AAA Signs

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Abele

Mr. and Mrs. J Joseph Abell

Mr. Michael E. Abeln

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Acus

Advocates for Catholic Educaton

Aglamesis Bros.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas F. Agricola

Mr. Lucas M. Agricola

Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Aielli

Mr. John J. Albers

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Albers

Mr. C. Bradley Albrecht

Mr. and Mrs. Chris H. Albrecht

Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Albrinck

Mr. William K. Alexander

Ms. Teresa M. Alford

All Occasions Event Rental

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip D. Allard

Ms. Susan M. Aloisio

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Alverson

American Century Investments

American Scaffolding Inc.

Mr. Mark Amorini

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Anderson

Corporal Mark A. Angel

Mr. Dante N. Angiulli

Anthony Munoz Foundation

Mr. Edward C. Anton

Ms. Robynn Anton

A-One Dry Cleaners Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Apking

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Apking

Appearance Plus Cleaners

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Arand

Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Arbino

Arby’s Restaurant

Archbishop Moeller High School

Mothers’ Club

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Arthur

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Asbrock

Mr. Raymond W. Asbrock †

Aston Oaks Golf Club

Mr. A. Norman Aubin and

Mrs. Anne S. Flanagan

Ms. Jeffrey D. Ault

Mr. and Mrs. Beaman Ayers

B & B Studios Inc.

B & E Ceramics

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Backhus

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Badinghaus

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Baggette

Mr. and Mrs. Brian E. Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Bailey

Mr. Jordan R. Bain

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Balbach

Mr. William E. Balbach

Balloon Works Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balzer

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony R. Barbara

Barefoot RNR

Mr. and Mrs. Randall E. Barger

Mr. Alexander T. Barlow

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Barlow

Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Barnard

Mr. Gerald Barnes †

Mrs. Jenny Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Barnett

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Barney

Ms. Joan Barnhill

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Barron

Mr. and Mrs. James Barrow

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Basile

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Batory

Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Battista

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bauer

Bayer & Becker Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Justin Bayer

Beat Personal Training

Mr. and Mrs. A. James Bechtold III

Mr. and Mrs. James Beckett

Beckett Ridge Golf Course

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Beeber

Mr. Adam P. Behm

Beijo Bags

Mr. John P. Beiting

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Beiting

Mr. Thomas L. Beiting

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Beiting

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Beitman

Mr. Leo F. Bell

Mr. and Mrs. Wiley D. Bell

Mr. Vincent A. Belperio

Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Benedetti

Mr. Patrick J. Bennett

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Berigan

Mr. Daniel J. Bernier

Mr. Derek LaVonn Berry

Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bertsch

Bethesda North Rehabilitation Unit

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Bidwell

Big Tree Plantation

Mr. Joseph M. Binder

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Biordi

Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Birck

Mr. Matthew R. Birrell

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Birrell

Mr. and Mrs. Terry D. Birrer

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome A. Bishop

Bissell & Associates Insurance Inc.

BKD LLP

Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Blanks

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Blatz Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Eric Blevins

Mr. and Mrs. William Blount

Blue Chip 2000 Commercial Cleaning Inc.

Mr. Andrew C. Blum

Ms. Christine Blum

Mr. Michael P. Blum

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boate

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Bobay

Mr. Kyle J. Bobay

Mr. Taylor J. Bockrath

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Bodger

Mr. Mark J. Bodnar

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boeh

Dr. Connie Boehner

Speaker of the United States House of

Representatives and Mrs. John A. Boehner

Ms. Teresa Boelleke

Mr. Christopher P. Boes

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Boes

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Bohlen

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Bohne’

Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Bolender

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Bolte

Bona Decorative Hardware

Mr. Chandler A. Bonn

Ms. Nancy A. Bonn

Mr. and Mrs. J. Kevin Boothe

Mr. Austin M. Boraten

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Borchelt

Ms. Kim Borcherding

Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Borke

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Borman

Botanica

Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Boudreaux

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Bowling

Ms. Eileen Boyd

Ms. Mary Lousie Boylan

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Boyle

Mr. Austin M. Bracken

Mr. Joseph E. Bracken

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bracken

Mr. and Mrs. Sean G. Bradfish

Ms. Leslie W. Bradley

Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Brakeman

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Braun

Mrs. Deborah S. Brazil-Goldstein

Breakaway Pro Shot @ The Gardens

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Breen

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Breitenbach

Mr. Matthew Bretnitz

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas F. Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Brinker

Mr. J.G. Brinkman

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Brinkman

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Brodbeck

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Broermann

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Brokamp

Mr. Peter J. Bronner

Ms. Terry Brotherton

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Broussard

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Browning

Mr. Robert D. Browning

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Brudnicki

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Bruggemann

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Bruening

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Brune

Ms. Lucille R. Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. John Bucher

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Buckley

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Buckley

Mr. John H. Budde

Mrs. Lucy A. Budde

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Buerger

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Buescher

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Burgdorf

Mr. and Mrs. Nick J. Burgdorf

Ms. Erin K. Burk

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Burkart Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Barney Burke

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Burke

Mr. Jeffrey J. Burke

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Burke

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Burkhardt

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Burkhart

Mr. and Mrs. Terence R. Burroughs

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burwinkel

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Burwinkel III

Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Busam

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buschbacher

Mrs. Jane Busemeyer

Busken Bakery

Busy Bee Boutique

Mr. James H. Butler

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Butz

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Byrnes

Mr and Mrs. Robert E. Byrnes

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Byrnes

Cabi- Mary Gilliland

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Calhoun

Mrs. Edda Camardo

Camargo Rental

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cameron

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Caminiti

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Canavan

Cancerfree KIDS

Ms. Jill C. Cantleberry

Dr. and Mrs. Pete Caples

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cappel

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Carle

Carpe Diem Inc./DBA Donatos Pizza

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carr

Carrabba’s Italian Grill

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Carroll

Mrs. Shirley J. Carroll

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Carroll

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Carroll

Carroll’s Carpets

Mr. and Mrs. Chad A. Cass

Mr. Theodore J. Catino

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Caudill

Mrs. Rosemary Cazel

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ceccoli

Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Cerrezin

Ms. Andrea L. Chambers

Ms. Lisa D. Champlin

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Champlin

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Chandler

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Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Cheesman

Mr. Steven L. Cheesman

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Cherry

Mr. and Mrs. Monte M. Chesko Jr.

Chez Reneé

The Children’s Theatre Inc.

Christian Moerlein

Cincinnati Functional Fitness

Cincinnati Landmark Productions

Cincinnati Museum Center

Cincinnati Natural Foods

Cincinnati Nature Center

Cincinnati Opera

Cincinnati Playhouse in Park

Cincinnati Psychotherapy Associates

Cincinnati Reds - Great American Ball Park

Cincinnati Shakespeare Company

Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens

Mr. Andrew M. Clancy

Mr. and Mrs. Garry E. Clark

Mr. and Mrs. James Clark

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Clarke

Ms. Mary Anne Clifford

Ms. Noreen A. Clifford

Clovernook Country Club

Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Coad

Mr. and Mr. James G. Cobb

Coffee Break Roasting Company

Mr. and Mrs. Mark T. Coghlin

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Colak

Ms. Michele S. Coleman-Hubbard

Mr. Reed J. Collier

Mr. Richard C. Collier

Mr. Michael A. Collins

Comey & Shepherd Realtors

Complete Petmart

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Conlon

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Connelly

Mr. Kyle J. Conner

Ms. Lillian E. Conover

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Conway

Mr. and Mrs. David Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Cook

Cooks’ Wares

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Coop

Ms. Barbara J. Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Corder

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Costello Jr.

Mrs. Mary Frances Costello

Mr. and Mrs. Todd A. Costello

Mrs. Joan M. Crable

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Crable

Mr. Doug Crace

Ms. Janet Crace

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Creeden Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Creeden Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Creighton

Crossgate Lanes

Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Crosthwaite Sr.

Mr. Logan J. Crowe

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Crowe

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cumming

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Cummings

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cummings

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cuprill

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Currin

Mr. Nicholas M. Curry

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Curtin

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Cutter

Mr. James E. Dafler and Ms. Barbara Noll

Dairy Queen - Symmes Twp

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis G. Dalga

Mr. Mark A. Dalga

Mr. Gregory Damon

Dan Druffel, Inc. Landscaping

Mr. Thomas A. Darbie

Mr. Avinash Das

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Dascher

Mr. and Mrs. Darren Davenport

Mr. Mourad H. David

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Davis III

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Davis

Ms. Nancy R. Dawley

Mr. Zachary T. Dawson

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry P. Day

Mr. and Dr. Ronald Deal

Mr. Stephen J. Dean

Mr. and Mrs. Senator Able

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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Deeds

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Dees

Mr. and Mrs. David G. DeHaemers

Mr. and Mrs. J. Alberto Delgado

Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. DelVecchio

Denny McKeown’s Bloomin Garden Center

Ms. Joan E. Deno

Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. DeNoma

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. DesMarais Sr.

Mr. John Taylor and

Ms. Linda S. DesMarais-Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Louie B. DeTemple

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Deters

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Detmer

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Devanney

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Dever

Ms. Lois J. Devine

Mr. Charles J. DeVirgilio Esq.

Mr. Michael A. DeVita

Dr. and Mrs. James J. Devitt Jr.

Mr. Joseph D. Devlin

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. DeVore

Dewey’s Pizza - Montgomery

Mr. and Mrs. Derrick E. Dews

Ms. Renee Dey

Mr. Stephen F. Diciero

Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Dickert

Dick’s Sporting Goods

Ms. Susan L. Diehl

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Dierkers

Mr. George A. Diersing Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diesel

Mr. and Mrs. John F. W. Dietz

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dillhoff

Dillonvale IGA

Mr. and Mrs. Doug D. Dockus

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Doll

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Doll

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Dolle

Mr. and Mrs. Terrence M. Donnellon

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Donnellon

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Donnelly

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Donnelly

Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Doran

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dorn

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Dornoff

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Dorsey

Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Dorsey

Dr. and Mrs. John C. Doscher

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Dowling

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Dreggors

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Driscoll Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Driscoll

Drs. Harris, Sirkin & Kruger, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Dryer

Ms. Regene Dubell

Mr. Michael J. Duffy

Ms. Anne M. Dulle

Ms. Gina Dumford

Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Dunigan

Ms. Susan Eades

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Early Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ebbers

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Eckert

Mr. Adam J. Eckhoff

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Eckhoff

Mr. and Mrs. David Eckley

Eddie Lane’s Diamond Showroom,

Montgomery

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Edelmann

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Edgar

Edible Arrangements

Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. William Edwards

Dr. and Mrs. David Eichel

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Eichmann

Mr. James J. Elfers

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Elfers

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Elias

Mr. and Mrs. Al F. Eling

Ms. Mary Jo Eling

Mr. Robert R. Eling

Dr. Michael Borack and

Mrs. Jeannette Elliott

Mr. and Mrs. Tim M. Elser

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Englehart

Mr. Oliver J. Englehart

Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati

Enterprise Vending Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Erdmann

Eric Hickman, D.D.S. Inc.

Mrs. Anne M. Ernst

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Ernst

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Ernst

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Ernstes

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Ernstes

Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Ernstes

Mrs. Peggy A. Ernstes

Mr. and Mrs. Ned C. Ertel

Everybody’s Records & CDs

Eye Care Optical

Mr. and Ms. Gerry Faust III

Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Faust

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Fehring, Jr.

Mr. Daniel G. Feldmann

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Ferguson

Mr. and Mrs. Emilio T. Fernandez

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fernback

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Ferrara

Mr. Benjamin A. Fessel

Ms. Constance M. Feys

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Fiamingo

Fidelity Investments

Mr. Charles W. Fiessinger

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Fiest

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Finan

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Finkle

Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Fischer

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Fischer

Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Fischesser

Mr. and Mrs. Jon W. Fiscus

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fishback

Mr. and Mrs. Casey V. Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Kim E. Fladung

Brother Robert M. Flaherty, S.M.

Mr. and Mrs. Terry K. Flanagan

Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Flint

Flying Pizza

Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Flynn

Mr. and Mrs. Harland R. Fogle Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Folchi

Mr. Daniel Foley

Mr. William L. Foley

Mr. Patrick D. Ford

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph J. Forte Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fox Jr.

Ms. Karen Fox

Mr. and Mrs. Kelly J. Fox

Mr. Samuel E. Fraley

Mr. Eric France

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Frank

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Frank

Mr. Paul G. Franke

Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Franz

Ms. Sheree L. Frazier

Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Frericks

Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Fredrickson

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Freson

Mr. and Mrs. David Frey

Mr. Hayden C. Frey

Mr. David Frey

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Frey

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel L. Frey

Frisch’s Restaurant Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. William Fuersich

Mr. and Mrs. David Fuller Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Gagel Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Gahl

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Gaier

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Gaier

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Galemmo

Mr. and Mrs. E. Frederick Gallenstein

Mr. Marc G. Gallenstein

Mr. Michael A. Gallo

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gammon

Mr. Thomas Gannon

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garbacik

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Garry

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gatio

Gazebo Tea Garden

Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Geers

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Gehrlich

Mr. Christopher T. Geiger

Mr. and Ms. Heath M. Geiger

Mr. Ross A. Geiger

Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Geiger

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Gentile

Mr. and Mrs. John J. George

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy George

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Geraci

Mr. Dominic V. Geraci

Geraci Fine Jewelry

Ms. Lucille A. Gerdes

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Gertz Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Gerwel

Mr. David M. Giblin

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gigax Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Gigliotti

Dr. D. Grant Gilbert

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Giles

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gill

Mr. Brian Gilronan

Gilson’s Engraving

Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey R. Girard

Ms. Charlotte A. Glaser

Mr. Daniel A. Glassmeyer

Mr. Gary R. Glassmeyer †

Mr. Robert A. Glassmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Glendon

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Godbey

Ms. Laurie Goettke

Good Samaritan Newborn ICU

Mr. and Mrs. John Goodall

Frances M. Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Gordon

Ms. Wilma M. Gosink

Dr. Michele M. Gottschlich

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Graham

Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Gramann Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Greco

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Green

Mr. Michael K. Green

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Greiner

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greiner

Griffin Gate Marriott Resort & Spa

Mr. Robert L. Griffith

Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Griffiths

Mr. Gregory Griffiths and

Ms. Laura B. Russell

Mr. and Mrs. Oris Grim Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Grimes

Mr. Austin R. Grogan

Ms. Kristina Groh

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Grotjan

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Gruber

Mr. Stephen Gruber

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Gruenwald

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Guanciale

Mr. Luke D. Guju

Mr. David C. Guller

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Gushulak

Mr. and Mrs. Gil M. Gusweiler

Ms. Martha A. Hacker

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hacker

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hacker

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hackworth

Mr. Joshua C. Hafele

Mr. G. Richard Hagee

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Hagee

Mr. Nicholas A. Haggerty

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Haigis

Mr. Anthony M. Hall

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Hall

Mr. Jason M. Hamberg

Hamilton County Park District

Mr. and Ms. David L. Hammerly

Mr. Nathaniel Han

Mr. Jacob T. Handorf

Mr. Jonathan R. Hanes

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hanley

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hanna

Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Hanrahan

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy B. Harrelson Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Harsch

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hartke

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Hartman

Mr. Jonathan J. Hartman

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Haskamp

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Hassman

Mr. Joseph H. Hawkins

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hawkins

Mr. and Mrs. Jay V. Hayes

Mr. Jesse J. Hayes

Heartfelt Pet Care

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Heeter

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Hegge

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Heidel

Mrs. Peggy Heidel

Ms. Janet Heil

Mr. and Mrs. Art Hein

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Heisel

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Held

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Helgeson

Ms. Kristina Hellwig

Mr. and Mrs. John Hemm

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Henke

Mr. Adam C. Henlein

Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Hennigen

Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Henry

Mr. Ryan D. Henry

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Hensler Jr.

Mr. Ronald Herbers

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Herman

Mr. Ryan M. Hermes

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hertlein

Mr. Nickolaus R. Herweh

Mr. Thomas M. Hickey

Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Hickman

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hidy

Mr. Chris J. Higgins

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Higgins

Mr. Matthew C. Higgins

Mr. Ryan C. Higgins

Mrs. Jeanette R. Hildebrandt

Ms. Cheryl Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Graham Hill

Ms. Moni Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill

Dr. and Mrs. Scott C. Hobler

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Hoctor

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hodge

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg C. Hoffman

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy K. Hogan &

Kathy O’Callaghan

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Hogenkamp

Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Hollatz

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Holler III

Mr. Brendan M. Holmes

Mr. Kevin A. Holtel

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Holtman

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holtman

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Holtmeier

Mr. Allen M. Honerlaw

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Honerlaw

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Hoog

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hoog

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hook

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Horn

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Horn

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Hornback

Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Horner Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Horst

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Horwitz

Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Hounchell

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hounchell

Mr. and Mrs. Mike L. Howell

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huddle

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hudepohl

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hudepohl

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Huesman

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Huff

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Huffman

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hugenberg Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hugenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Hughes

Mr. Nicholas A. Hughes

Mr. Daniel J. Humbert

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patrick P. Hunt

Mr. Pat M. Hunt

Mr. and Mrs. Randall K. Hurley

Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Huster

Mrs. Margretta J. Huster

Mr. and Mrs. David Hutzel

Mr. F. Michael Hyzdu

Mr. J. Marshall Hyzdu

Mr. Dominick R. Iacovone Jr.

Mr. Sage A. Iacovone

Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Ihlendorf

Mr. Stephen J. Inkrot

Inspired Massage Care-Frank Asbrock

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Irwin

Mr. Michael J. Irwin

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Isfort

J & R Construction Company

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Jackson Jr.

Jag’s Steak & Seafood

Mr. Nikolas D. James

James Wolf Jewelers

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Jamieson III

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert H. Jansen

Jansen’s Sweet Sinsations Bakery

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Janszen

Dr. and Dr. Gregory J. Jaun

Mr. Harvey Jeffery

Jeff’s Driving School

Mr. Anthony S. Jennings

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Jewell

JFH at the Grandin Spa

Jim Jewell’s Math Classes

Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Jimenez

Jimmy’s Limousine Service

JMA Consultants Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Joesting

Johnny Chan 2 Chinese Restaurant

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Scott M. Jones

Mr. and Mr. Marlow Jordahl

Josten’s

Mr. Collin P. Joyce

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Judd

Mr. Jerome R. Judd

Mr. Robert L. Jungkunz

Jungle Jim’s

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Junker

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Jurkowitz

Ms. Robin Just

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Jutze

Ms. Beverly Kahle

Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Kahle

Alumnus Dan Leugers ’77 (above photo on left with Service

Director Brain Gilronan)) initiated the Moeller Food Drive about

15 years ago. “It started small with a unique idea: Fill a box with

enough food to feed a family of four for two days,” he said. “The first

Food Drive raised only 65 boxes. Last year the Moeller Family raised

1000 boxes of food (which was a new record)!” The boxes went to St.

Vincent de Paul and the St. George Food Pantry.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Kaiser

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kammerer

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Kanagy

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Kanoza

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kavouras

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Keating

Keefe, Bruyette & Woods Inc.

Ms. Lisa Keegan

Lieutenant Colonel and

Mrs. Kenneth C. Keener

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Keffer

Mr. Mark Keitel

Ms. Hazel L. Keith

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kelly

Mr. and Ms. James A. Kemen

Mr. Patrick J. Kennedy

Ms. Sharon L. Kennedy

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kennedy

Mr. Gregory M. Kenney

Mr. and Mrs. Sean D. Kenny

Kent Insurance Agency Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Bob R. Kerns

Mr. Leo Kessler IV

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kettler

Kids First Sports Center

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Kilgore

Mr. Joseph P. Kimener

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kimener

Kim’s Natural Nails

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Kindt

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Kingery

Mr. Robert E. Kinker

Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Kirkpatrick

Mr. Brian M. Kishpaugh

Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Klasmeier

Sister Judith M. Klei, R.S.M.

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kleiser

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Klever

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Kloenne

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Klonne

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Klosterman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Kmetz

Mr. and Mrs. P. Terry Knapmeyer

Mr. Sean P. Kneipp

Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Knepler

Dr. James L. Knepler and Dr. Holli A. Horak

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Knepler

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Knochel

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Knollman

Mr. Samuel R. Knudson

Mr. Herman W. Knueven III

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knueven

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Koegel

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Koepfle

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Kohls

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kohus Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Kolda

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kolkmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Ken W. Kollman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Koons

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Korb

Lt. General and Mrs. James M. Kowalski

Ms. Nancy Kowatsch

Ms. Lynne M. Kraemer

Mr. Patrick L. Kraemer

Mr. Paul F. Kreiner

Mr. and Mrs. Carl N. Kremer

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Krintz

Ms. Mary C. Kroeger

Mr. Terrence J. Kroell

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Kroger

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Kroncke

Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Krone Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kruger

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Kruse

Mr. and Mrs. Bill F. Kruspe

Mr. Austin C. Kruszynski

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund A. Kruszynski

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Kues

Mrs. Marjorie J. Kuhlman

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Kuhlman

Mr. Nicholas R. Kuhlman

Mr. Steven M. Kuhlman

Mr. Thomas Kuhn

Reverend George C. Kunkel Jr.

Mr. Andrew Kwiatkowski Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Kwiatkowski

la Petite Salon & Spa

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Lair

Mr. John R. Lair

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lalley

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lamping

Mr. Alexander M. Land

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Land

Mr. Anthony E. Lane

Mr. Phillip R. Lane

Mr. Daniel R. Lang

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Lang

Mr. Patrick A. Lang

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Lang

Mr. Terrence H. Lang

Lange & Lange Orthodontics

Mr. Lawrence J. Langefels

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Langefels

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Langell

Mr. Luke E. Lanman

LaPetite Pierre

Mr. Eric K. Larison

Laub Family Denistry

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Laub

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Lawhorn

Mrs. Lew Ann Lawhorn

Mr. and Mrs. Brett Lawless

Mr. Daniel J. Ledford

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Ledwin

Lee Ann’s Hallmark Shop

Mr. Jackson C. Lee

Mr. Nicholas R. Lefke

Lefke Tree and Landscape

Mr. and Mrs. Ron P. Lehrter

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Leinberger

Mr. Albert J. Leisring

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leisring

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Leisring

Mr. Gregory M. Leksan

Mr. Michael R. Lenihan

Mr. Jacob J. Lerman

Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. Lerman

Mr. Richard Scott Lerman

Les Trouvailles

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Lewis

Mr. Fred Leymann

Mr. Justin R. Liggett

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Liggett

Ms. Carol J. Lindeman

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Linduff

Mr. and Mrs. Kent A. Linnemann

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Linton

Lisa’s Grooming

Mr. Donald Liska

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Liska

Mr. Ryan E. Logan

Dr. and Mrs. Jay P. Logeman

Mr. and Mrs. Russ Logue

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Lohmueller

Brother Howard R. Lohrey, S.M.

Mr. and Mrs. D. Brian Lohss

Mr. Andrew J. Long

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Long

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Lonneman

Mrs. Gisele Loriot-Raymer

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Lotterer

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Lotz

Lubitz & Lamping D.D.S.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Luck

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Ludwig

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Luehrmann

Mr. John B. Luhan

Brother Ronald G. Luksic, S.M.

LuLu’s Gifts & Accessories

Mr. Marshal G. Luning

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Luning

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Lutmer

Mr. Michael K. Lynch, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. MacVeigh

Mrs. Pershana Madaris

Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Madden

Madeira Choice Meats

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Madsen

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Maertz

Maggiano’s Little Italy Cincinnati

Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Magner

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Mahoney

Ms. Julie Maines

Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Manczyk

Mr. Nicholas J. Marchionda

Mr. and Mrs. Sandro J. Marchionda

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Marchioni

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Marco’s Pizza

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Markgraf

Mrs. Jo Ann R. Markgraf

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Marklay

Marriott Northeast

Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Marshall

Mrs. Louise M. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Martina

Marx Bagel

Mr. Derrick Maserang

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Matre

Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Mattei

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mattei

Mr. and Mrs. Len J. Matuszek

Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Maus

Mr. James J. Mayer

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Mayer

Ms. Harriett W. McAllaster

Mr. and Mrs. Jay McCarty

Mr. Patrick E. McCarty

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. McCaw

Mr. Zachery R. McCaw

McCluskey Insurance Group

McCormick Equipment Company

Ms. Karen McCreary

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. McFarland

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. McGee

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McGinnis

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brian McGraw

Ms. Eileen M. McGuiggan

Mr. Alexander P. McIntosh

Mr. and Mrs. John McIntosh

Ms. Cathy McKee

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McKeown

Mr. Matthew J. McLaughlin

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McLaughlin

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. McNally

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. McNamara

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. McNaul

Mr. Matthew A. McNaul

Mr. Timothy R. McNaul

Ms. Althea L. McPherson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. McQueen

Ms. Angela M. Meagher

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Meale

Ms. Francia Mechlin

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Medl

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Meece

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meer

All the Meltons

Mr. Gary L. Meltzer

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Mendel

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert J. Menke

Dr. and Mrs. G. T. Mensah

Mercedes-Benz of Cincinnati LLC

Merck Partnership For Giving

Mercurio Construction LLC

Mr. Samuel L. Merritt

Mr. and Mrs. Vince Messina

Ms. Joan E. Mettey

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Mettey

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Metz

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Metz

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Metz

Mr. and Mrs. Duane R. Meyer

Mr. Gary J. Meyer

Mrs. Jerri S. Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Meyer Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Meyer

Mrs. Shirlaine Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Meyer

Mrs. Nancy L. Meyers

Ms. Nancy G. Meyrose

Miami Dolphins

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Michelbrink

Mr. Thomas A. Middleton

Mike’s Express Carwash

Mr. and Mrs. Terry F. Mikolajewski

Mr. Garrett D. Miller

Mr. Hayden W. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Miller Jr.

Mr. George F. Millitzer

MIS Micro Information Services Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Mock

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Moeggenberg

Mr. Matthew D. Moeggenberg

Mojo Running

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Molina

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Molina Jr.

Mr. Roland L. Molina

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick C. Monahan

Mr. and Mrs. James Monger

Mr. Tyler S. Monger

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Montgomery

Montgomery Jewelers Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Tim J. Moorman

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Morand

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Morehead

Mr. and Mrs. Pat J. Morgan

Mr. Charles Anderson Morgan

Mr. Connor P. Morgan

Mr. Michael D. Moroski

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Morrissey

Ms. Muriel E. Morse

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morse

Mt. Washington Jewelers

Dr. and Mrs. Steven D. Mueller

Mr. John R. Muenchen

Mr. and Mrs. John Rick Mullen

Mr. Michael J. Mullen

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony V. Munafo

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Munafo

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Munafo

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mundt

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Munz

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Murdock

Mr. Bryan D. Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. C. Dennis Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Murphy

Ms. Ann Murray

Mr. Jeff Myers and

Mrs. Christine M. Frick-Myers

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Naber

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Naber

Dr. and Mrs. William J. Naber

Mr. William J. Naber II

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Nagel

Ms. Tamarah L. Nance

Mrs. Ellie Nartker

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nartker

National Amusements

National Exemplar Restaurant

Natorp’s Inc. Landscape - Garden Stores

Mr. and Mrs. Duane M. Nees

Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs. James B. Nees

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Nester

Mr. William C. Nester

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neuhaus

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Neuville

Mr. Eric K. Neuville

Mr. Fred Newbill

Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Newbold

Mr. Kevin Newman

Newport Aquarium

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Niehaus

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Niehaus

Mr. Jason P. Niehaus

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Niehaus

NIXCO Plumbing Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Norris

Mr. Tyler A. Norris

Mr. Anthony C. Novello

Mr. Joseph A. Novello

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Nurre

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Nypaver

O’Bannon Creek Golf Club

Mr. Cullan E. O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. O’Brien

Mr. Andrew S. O’Bryan

Mr. Daniel S. O’Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Steve O’Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Steve E. O’Bryan

Ms. Anna Ocansey

Ms. Judith O’Donnell

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O’Driscoll

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Oehler

Mr. Richard Oeters

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Oeters

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Olding

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Olexa

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Olinger

Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Olson

Mr. Timothy J. O’Neill

Mr. Johnathan F. Opdycke

Original Pancake House

Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Orkwis

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Orr Jr.

Mr. Eric J. Osborn

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Oscar

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Osner

Mr. Nathan A. Palatchi

Paller Financial Services Inc.

Mr. Joseph G. Palumbo

Paramount Kings Island

Moeller students continue to support Corryville Catholic Elementary

School with the Little Buddies Program. The annual Christmas on

Campus tradition is a highlight of the year for the students.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Parchman

Parker’s Blue Ash Grill

Mr. Alexander M. Parra

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Partin

Mr. Joseph R. Partusch

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Patterson

Paxton Civic Association

Paxton’s Grill

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Payne

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan L. Peck

Perfect North Slopes

Dr. and Mrs. Michael F. Perry

Ms. Helen J. Peters

Ms. Lisa K. Petersen

Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Peterson

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Peterson

Petit Plumbing

PetSuites’ Pet Resort and Spa

Phillips Edison & Company LTD

Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Phipps

Photo Ink Photography

Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Pickelhaupt

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Pieper

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Pieper

Mr. Matthew A. Pierce

Mr. Alex P. Pietrandrea

Mr. and Mrs. George Pilipovich

Mr. Harold J. Pisciotta Sr.

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Pitner

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Platz

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Plaut

Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Plew

Mr. Thomas E. Pohlman

Mr. and Mrs. Barry S. Pokorny

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Pokupec

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Polak

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Poole

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Porges

Mr. Alexander J. Powell

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley A. Powell

Ms. Barbara J. Powers

Mr. David J. Prenger

Mr. Taylor P. Preston

Mr. Carl A. Pretorius

Ms. Bridget T. Priedel

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Primm

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Probst

The Prudential Foundation

Mr. Justin R. Przezdziecki

Mrs. Carol A. Pucke

Mr. Michael Puma and

Mrs. Angela Puma-Rakis

Mr. Michael A. Puma

Mr. Robert E. Puthoff and

Ms. Sangeeta Nayak

Qdoba Mexican Grill

Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Qualters

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Quatman

Mr. Anthony J. Rack

Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Radcliff

Mr. Kyle J. Raftery

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Raftery

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Raga

Mr. Daniel P. Ragland

Mr. and Mrs. Allan J. Rahe

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Rairden

Mr. Michael R. Rakel

Mr. Kyle G. Rauch

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rayburn

Reading Boy Scout Troop No. 633

Mr. Jeff T. Recker

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Reeder

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reeder

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Regensburger

Ms. Judith A. Reilman

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Rein

Mr. Bradley J. Reinert

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Reinert

Mrs. Susan Reinhardt and

Mr. Mike Kelsch

Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Reis

Relevant Works

Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Renneker

Dr. and Mrs. William R. Renner

Mr. and Mrs. Rex L. Repass

Mr. Adam F. Riccobelli

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rice III

Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Richardson

Mr. Maxwell E. Richey

Richter & Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Riedmiller

Mr. Wayne E. Rieger Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis R. Riehle

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Rigling

Ms. Sue Rinderle

Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Riney

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ring

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Rinn

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Rinschler †

Mrs. Viola M. Ripperger

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Riser

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rishebarger

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Risk

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Roberts

Mr. Kyle F. Robinett

Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Rodenberg

Mr. James F. Rogan

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Rogan Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Brant Rogers

Mr. and Mrs. William Rohlfs

Mr. Matthew J. Rooks

Mr. and Mrs. Will Rose

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Rosfeld

Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Rosnell

Mr. Austin W. Ross

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Rosser

Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Rotella

Roth Partnership Architects

Ms. Patricia A. Ruehl

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Rundo

Mr. Wyatt Rusche

Mr. Erik S. Ruscher

Mr. Samuel W. Ruschman

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ruter

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rutti

Mr. William J. Ryan

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Ryan

Ryle High School Soccer Family

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sabato

Mr. Shawn E. Sadler

Dr. and Mrs. Donald C. Salzano

Sam’s Club

Mr. Douglas G. Sand and

Mrs. Ann M. Gilligan-Sand

Mr. Jason T. Sander

Ms. Kathleen Sander

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Sanders

Mr. Michael Sasarak

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sattler

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sauer

Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Schaeffer

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Schafer

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Schaffer

Mr. Lucas C. Schamer

Dr. and Mrs. Scott L. Schappacher

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Schatzman

Mr. Adam J. Scheidler

Mr. Cameron E. Scheidler

Mr. Carson R. Scheidler

Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Scherman

Mrs. Gail Schimpf

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Schimpf

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Schindler

Mr. James M. Schirmer

Mr. & Mrs. Barry Schmid

Mr. David J. Schmitt

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff A. Schnedl

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Schnedl Jr.

Mr. Gregory G. Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Jon W. Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Schneider

Mr. Kenneth C. Schneider

Mr. Paul H. Schneider and

Ms. Susan L. Reisner

Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Schneller

Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Schnitzler

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Schoelwer

Mrs. Marilyn T. Schoelwer

Mr. and Mrs. Chris J. Schoenberger

Dr. and Mrs. Willaim J. Schoenberger

Mr. David Schram

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schriml

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Schroeder

Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Schuckman

Mrs. Dolores C. Schuessler

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Schuler

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Schumacher

Mr. Doug Schwarz

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Schwertman

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Schwertman

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Schwing

Ms. Charollet Schworer and

Mr. Jerry Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schworer

Mrs. Shellie Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sell

Mr. Robert Sendelbeck

Mr. and Mrs. Justin A. Setzekorn

Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Seurkamp

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Shafer

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shaffer

Shaker Run Golf Club

Mr. Lee Shannon

Mr. Taylor S. Shaw

Mr. Shawn Stiver

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Shea

Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Sheehan

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheets

Ms. Sara Shierling

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg B. Shoope

Shooters Sports Grill

SHS Management Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Shumar

Mr. and Mrs. James V. Siciliano III

Ms. Jackie Siders

Mr. Stephen Sieber

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Siegert

Mrs. and Mr. Teri Siereveld

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Siggins

Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Silva Sr.

Silverton Cafe

Mr. Aaron P. Simmons

Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sizemore

Skeffington’s Formalwear

Mr. Ryan E. Skeldon

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Skorcz

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Skorcz

Mr. and Mrs. Jude Skove

Mr. Tucker M. Skove

Skyline Chili-Montgomery

Slatts Pub

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Slaughter

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Sloan

Mr. Ted Smallwood †

Mrs. Pamela K. Smallwood

Mr. Bryan E. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Smith

Mr. Logan M. Smyth

Mr. Steven M. Smyth

Mr. Thomas Smyth

Mr. Phil H. Snow

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Solimine

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Solomon

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Solsman

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Southers

Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Spaccarelli

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Spaeth

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Spanagel

Mr. Timothy R. Spanagel

Mr. Michael J. Sparer

Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Spaulding

Mr. Robert J. Spellmire Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Speyer

Mr. Sam F. Speyer

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Spitznagel

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Splain

Sports Plus

Springdale Cleaners

St. Cecilia School

St. Xavier Mothers Club

Mr. and Mrs. Tracey Stacey

Mr. Benjamin C. Staley

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory O. Stanforth

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Stanley

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stanula

Star One Realtors

Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Stark

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. Starvaggi

Mr. and Mrs. David Staun

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Stautzenbach

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Stecz

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Stehlin

Mr. Evan D. Stein

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Stenger

Stephanie’s Personalized Design

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stephens

Sterling Cut Glass

Mr. and Mrs. David T. Stevenson

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Stevenson

Mr. Eric M. Stiene

Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Stiene

Mr. Joseph A. Stiens

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Stitts

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn A. Stiver

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Stofko Jr.

Mrs. Kimberly A. Storer

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Stowell

Mr. Brian J. Strasser

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strotman

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Strottman

Studio Nails

Sergeant Ronald W. Stump Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sturgis

Ms. Andrea J. Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Sullivan

Summit Country Day School

Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Sunderman II

Sunrise Medical

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Sussli

Mr. Brent M. Suter

Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Suter

Mr. Troy M. Suter

Mrs. Marilyn Suter-Wilkinson

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Swan

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Sweeney

Mr. and Mrs. Jim P. Sweeney Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sylvester

Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Sylvester

Ms. Sally P. Tamborski

Mr. Andrew T. Tanner

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tanner

Target

Dr. Thomas F. Tartaron and

Ms. Juliana DiGiustini

Tastefully Simple

Tavern Restaurant Group

Team Jones Wrestling Club

Ms. M. Carole Tekulve

Mr. and Ms. Remco P. Tenbrink

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Tenhundfeld

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Tenkman

Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Tepe

Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Teski

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Thamann

The Beach Waterpark

The Etiquette Advantage

The F.D. Lawrence Electric Co.

The Kroger Co.

The Papergirl

The Pet Spot

The Racquet Club at Harpers Point

The Top Drawer

The Web Extreme Entertainment

The Woodhouse Day Spa

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Theis

Mr. Patrick L. Thibodeaux

Thirty-One by Nicky

Ms. Carol Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Thompson

Three Graces Jewelry

Mr. Mark C. Tipton Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Tipton Sr.

Tire Discounters

Toedtman School of Music

Ms. Pauline Toennis

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Toia Jr.

Mr. William M. Toney

Toot’s Restaurant

Mr. David F. Trame

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Trame

Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Trifilio

TriHealth Fitness & Health

Ms. Joyce Trischler

Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Tuchfarber

Mr. Joseph J. Tull

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Tull

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Tunning

Mr. Charles J. Turk

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Turk

Mr. James O. Tussey

Mr. Thomas F. Tussey

Mrs. Ruth E. Uecker

United Dairy Farmers

Mr. Michael Vaccariello and

Mrs. Joann P. Lawson-Vaccariello

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Valerius

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Van Auken

Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Vanderkolk

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Varabkanich

Ms. Karen Y. Veeneman

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Ventura

Mr. Nathan T. Ventura

Mr. Walter B. Vickers

Village Animal Hospital

Village Junction

Mr. Robert Vineyard

VIP Back Rubs

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Visalli

Mr. and Mrs. Gerry A. Voellmecke

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Volle

Mr. and Mrs. Ron T. VonDenBenken

Mr. and Mrs. Allen G. Vonderhaar

Mr. Brian A. Vonderhaar

Mr. Craig C. Vonderhaar

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Vonderhaar

Mr. Douglas A. Vonderhaar

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory P. Vonderhaar

Mr. Michael A. Vonderhaar

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Vonderhaar

Mr. Cody J. Wacker

Mr. John D. Wacker

Ms. Ruth Wacker

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Waechter

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wagenlander

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wagner

Mr. and Mrs. Marc E. Wagner

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Wagner

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Wahl

Mr. Thomas J. Wakim

Mrs. Mary Wallenhorst

Walmart

Mr. Brendan P. Walsh

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Walter

Mr. Jonathan A. Ward

Mrs. Margery D. Ward

Mr. Michael G. Ward

Ward’s Corner Chiropractic

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Warnecke

Mr. Maxwell W. Watkins

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Watkins III

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Watkins

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Watson

Mrs. Kelly Watson

Mr. and Mrs. C Allen Watts

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Weaver

Ms. Doris Weber

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Weeks

Mr. Eric L. Weibel

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Weinkam

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Weisbrod

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Weisbrod

Mr. Thomas E. Welch

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wellinghoff

Wells Fargo Educational Matching

Gift Program

Dr. and Mrs. James S. Wendel

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Wenstrup

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Wermes Jr.

Mr. John R. Westerkamp

Western & Southern Financial Group

Mr. Dylan H. Wever

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver R. Wever Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Wheeler

Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Wheeler

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Whitacre

Mr. Robert A. Whitacre

Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. White

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. White

Mr. Connor E. White

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. White

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. White Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Whitehead

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Whitney

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Wickerham

Mr. Gregory M. Wickerham

Widmer’s Cleaners

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Widmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Widmeyer

Mr. Mark L. Wiehe

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wierenga

Mr. Stephan Wies

Ms. Margaret R. Wietzel

Wilcots Family

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Wilke

Mr. Luke R. Wilken

Mr. and Mrs. Derek S. Williams

Mr. Richard E. Williams

Ms. Sandy Williams

Ms. Jennifer M. Willis

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Wilson

Ms. Margaret C. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Wing

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Winterman

Dr. and Mrs. Greg A. Wnek

Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Woebkenberg

Mr. Matthew T. Woebkenberg

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Woeste

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Wolf

Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Wolf

Mr. Michael J. Wolf

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Wolf

Mr. Nicholas J. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Woodham

Ms. Anne C. Woodman

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Wordeman

WorkLife Resources

Mr. Michael T. Wright

Wright State University

Dr. and Mrs. Steven S. Wunder

Mr. Robert S. Wynn

Ms. Vicki Y. Yeager

YogahOMe

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Yost

Mr. Ahmed O. Zaman

The Zander Family

Ms. Diane Zeidwig

Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Ziegler

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Zilch

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Zimmer

Ms. Lori E. Zimmerman

Ms. Marjorie Zimmerman

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Zimmermann

Dr. Ida Zinam

Mr. Michael W. Zoller

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Mr. James R. Schwertman Mr. Leo P. Scherman Mr. Thomas P. Grau

Class of 1964

Mr. Kenneth J. Stenger Mr. Thomas J. Schwertman Mr. Daniel R. Hoog

10.11% (18 out of 178) Mr. John N. Stigler

Mr. Frank J. Seurkamp Mr. Stephen C. Leisring

Mr. Michael H. Albrinck Mr. Michael P. Weitzel Mr. Charles A. Smith Mr. Michael R. Lenihan

Mr. Fred R. Borke

Mr. Steven A. Wenstrup Mr. Dennis M. Sullivan Dr. Thomas M. Morand

Mr. Barry J. Borman Mr. David O. Wilcoxson Mr. John N. Widmeyer Mr. John R. Muenchen

Dr. Anthony J. DelVecchio

Mr. Bryan L. Peck

Mr. John F. Dietz Class of 1967 Class of 1969 Mr. Dennis J. Riedmiller

Mr. Edward J. Finke

9.30% (24 out of 258) 6.40% (16 out of 250) Mr. Paul H. Schneider Esq.

Mr. Ronald Herbers

Anonymous

Mr. David G. Bell

Mr. Steven P. Sylvester

Mr. Robert C. Johnson

Mr. Anthony C. Arbino Mr. Thomas H. Caudill Dr. Andrew J. Vicar

Mr. John A. Koegel

Mr. Thomas J. Blatz Sr. Mr. John F. Crable

Mr. Terrence J. Kroell

Mr. Thomas A. Brisken Sr. Mr. Gregory L. Ernstes Class of 1972

Mr. Robert L. Mayer

Mr. Bruce A. Buckley Mr. Mark D. Geers 5.81% (15 out of 258)

Mr. Thomas J. McGill

Mr. William J. Dillhoff Mr. James L. Grau Mr. John J. Albers

Dr. Daniel G. Niehaus

Mr. James F. Eichmann Mr. Gregory Griffiths Mr. William J. Balbach

Mr. Kevin O'Driscoll

Mr. Jon W. Fiscus

Mr. Richard G. Hagee Mr. William E. Braun

Mr. Robert G. Osner

Mr. John W. Fox Jr. Mr. William R. Kohus Sr. Mr. James C. Champlin †

Mr. Robert J. Spellmire Jr.

Mr. Daniel J. Gahl

Mr. James P. Lang

Mr. Jerry P. Day

Mr. H. Leonard Stallo

Mr. Anthony A. Geraci Mr. Thomas R. Revis Mr. Terrence M. Donnellon

Mr. Michael A. Volle

Mr. Michael Grau

Mr. Ernie E. Rummler Jr. Mr. Frederick P. Ernst

Mr. Michael W. Hanley Mr. Daniel J. Vonderhaar Mr. Lawrence L. Freson

Class of 1965

Mr. Carlos Jimenez Mr. William E. Watkins III Mr. Thomas F. Harsch

5.84% (15 out of 257) Mr. Fred Leymann Mr. John W. Weinkam Mr. Jeffrey T. Hassman

Mr. Gordon W. Burke Mr. Kenneth C. Matre Mr. Gary J. Woebkenberg Mr. Len J. Matuszek

Mr. James T. Coop Mr. Joseph R. Partusch

Mr. Patrick J. McLaughlin Jr.

Mr. Thomas A.

Class of 1970

Mr. Robert F. Risk

Mr. Mark A. Rippe

DesMarais Sr.

Dr. David E. Schlueter 8.11% (21 out of 259) Mr. Stephen A. Tino

Mr. Robert L. Dillhoff Mr. David G. Shafer Mr. Stephen M. Champlin Mr. Thomas R. Wolf

Mr. Ronald J. Doll

Mr. Donald E. Shelton Mr. James E. Creeden Sr.

Mr. Robert W. Herman Mr. Gregory O. Stanforth Mr. Charles J. DeVirgilio Class of 1973

Mr. Richard Huddle Mr. Kenneth J. Strottman Mr. Al F. Eling

4.05% (10 out of 247)

Mr. Kenneth C. Keener Mr. Thomas A. Wellinghoff Mr. Michael J. Hacker Mr. Mark D. Boudreaux

Mr. John B. Luhan

Mr. John C. Haskamp Mr. David A. Clarke

Mr. Joseph P. Meale Class of 1968 Mr. David R. Hegge Mr. Dennis J. Gramann

Mr. Michael T. Mitchell

10.17% (24 out of 236) Mr. Stephen J. Horn Mr. James P. Hartman

Mr. Robert P. Niehaus

Mr. Timothy J. Albers

Mr. Stephen J. Inkrot Mr. Thomas J. Mattei

Dr. Alfred J. Tuchfarber

Mr. John H. Keyser

Mr. Thomas J. Wakim

Mr. John J. Woeste

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Class of 1966

8.20% (20 out of 244)

Mr. Thomas A. Backhus

Mr. James J. Davis, III

Mr. Terence F. Hanlon

Mr. Michael F. Haverkamp

Mr. Henry J. Kravec

Mr. Daniel J. Ledford

Mr. David S. Lucas

Dr. Michael D. Mattei

Mr. James J. Mayer

Mr. Patrick C. Monahan

Mr. Bernard F. Niehaus

Mr. Dennis R. Riehle

Mr. James W. Rinschler †

Dr. Donald C. Salzano

Mr. Allan J. Rahe

Mr. Gary E. Romes

Mr. Albert P. Teski

Mr. John A. Theis

Mr. Richard A. Tonges

Class of 1974

7.23% (17 out of 235)

Mr. David P. Ashbrock

Dr. Robert T. Bertsch

Mr. Edward C. Birck

Mr. John J. George

Mr. David G. Grube

Mr. Herman W. Knueven III

Mr. John E. Metz

Mr. William B. Morand

Mr. William C. Nester

Mr. Robert A. Schnedl Jr.

Mr. Timothy A. Stehlin

Mr. Theodore H. Torbeck

Mr. Steven J. Valerius

Mr. Allen G. Vonderhaar

Dr. James S. Wendel

Mr. James S. Widmeyer

Class of 1975

7.62% (17 out of 223)

Mr. Brian E. Bailey

Mr. Stephen J. Byrnes

Mr. Mark B. Coad

Mr. James A. Donnellon Jr.

Mr. Patrick J. Fehring Jr.

Mr. Timothy George

Mr. Daniel L. Goodhart

Mr. Jeffrey P. Hock

Dr. Steven T. Hugenberg

Mr. Robert M. Kolkmeyer

Lt. General

James M. Kowalsk

Dr. Alan L. Laub

Mr. Thomas D. Luck

Mr. Tim J. Moorman

Mr. Timothy E. Mueller

Mr. Michael T. Schuckman

Mr. Michael G. Sussli

Class of 1976

6.40% (13 out of 203)

Mr. Jerry A. Beitman

Mr. Thomas M. Cutter

Mr. T. Michael Hickey

Mr. Michael R. Holtman

Mr. George J. Jutze

Mr. Philip J. Kreiner

Mr. Mark S. Kuhlman

Mr. Jeffrey A. McNaul

Mr. Jeffrey G. Metz

Mr. William D. Oeters

Mr. Patrick J. White Sr.

Mr. Gary E. Woeste

Mr. G. Thomas Wolf

Class of 1977

11.16% (27 out of 242)

Mr. Chris H. Albrecht

Mr. Paul W. Asbrock

Mr. Timothy J. Brinkman

Mr. John H. Budde

Mr. Keith A. Cheesman

Mr. Daniel W. Flynn

Mr. Daniel W. Gruber

Mr. Thomas P. Hertlein

Mr. Jeffrey J. Honerlaw

Mr. John G. Knochel

Mr. Ron P. Lehrter

Mr. Daniel R. Leugers

Mr. David J. Markgraf

Dr. Patrick J. McCullough

Mr. David J. Naber

Mr. James D. Nester

Mr. Daniel A. Neyer

Mr. Mark J. Schlueter

Mr. Robert M. Schmitt

Mr. Gregg B. Shoope

Mr. Daniel C. Spaeth

Mr. Michael A. Staun Sr.

Mr. John T. Sullivan

Dr. Thomas F. Tartaron

Mr. Ron T. VonDenBenken

Mr. Ronald J. Weisbrod

Mr. Anthony J. White

Class of 1978

7.02% (17 out of 242)

Mr. Thomas R. Barnes

Mr. Paul J. Barron Sr.

Mr. Mark V. Benedetti

Mr. Mark R. DeNoma

Dr. Michael S. Flynn

Mr. Geoffrey Griffiths

Dr. Michael F. Haggerty

Mr. Gary J. Hopkins

Mr. Michael J. Hugenberg

Mr. John A. Linton

Mr. Stephen J. Lotz

Mr. Peter F. Manczyk

Mr. Keith P. McCluskey

Dr. Michael J. Rohlfs D.C.

Mr. David W. Sloan

Mr. James C. Sweeney

Mr. Thomas E. Widmeyer

Class of 1979

10.23% (27 out of 264)

Mr. Daniel L. Bohlen

Mr. Gerald B. Budde

Mr. Theodore A. Catino Jr.

Mr. Steven L. Cheesman

Mr. Mark C. Cook

Mr. John M. Costello Jr.

Mr. Michael J. Folchi

Mr. Kevin M. Garry

Mr. Joseph C. Gruber

Dr. Lawrence M. Hanrahan

Mr. David J. Hauck

Mr. Jeffrey P. Heidel

Mr. Phillip L. Helgeson

Mr. David A. Horn

Dr. Gregory J. Jaun

Mr. Paul F. Luehrmann

Mr. Joseph T. Lukens

Mr. Jonathan M. McFarland

Mr. Lawrence J. Meyer Jr.

Mr. William J. Miller Jr.

Mr. Pat J. Morgan

Lieutenant Colonel

James B. Nees

Mr. James F. Rundo

Mr. Mark J. Skorcz

Mr. Richard V. Sunderman II

Mr. Eric M. Tepe

Mr. Richard E. Williams

Class of 1980

8.09% (19 out of 235)

Mr. J. Kevin Boothe

Mr. Donald S. Buescher

Mr. Christopher G. Carle

Mr. Tom E. Dickert

Mr. Thomas P. Donnelly

Mr. Patrick D. Ford

Mr. Charles Patrick P. Hunt

Mr. Gregory M. Kenney

Mr. Thomas D. Maertz

Dr. Mark D. Manley

Mr. Thomas A. Mettey

Mr. John G. Meyer

Mr. Keith M. Rosnell

Mr. Gregory W. Schube

Mr. David Staun

Mr. Michael E. Suter

Mr. James J. Wahl

Mr. James P. Wermes Jr.

Mr. Robert G. Winterman

Class of 1981

4.91% (11 out of 224)

Mr. Randall E. Barger

Mr. Daniel R. Eddingfield

Mr. Jerome R. Judd

Mr. Lawrence G. Kuhlman

Mr. Lawrence J. Langefels

Mr. Lance A. Lohr

Dr. Francis J. Schlueter

Mr. Michael L. Schmitt

Mr. Thomas E. Welch

Class of 1982

5.81% (14 out of 241)

Mr. Sean G. Bradfish

Mr. Thomas J. Breitenbach

Mr. Paul M. Brinker

Mr. Joseph G. Bruening

Mr. Joseph P. Buehler Sr.

Mr. Douglas T. Burgdorf

Mr. Christopher R. Gilles

Mr. Thomas P. Holtmeier

Mr. Bernard W. Kessling

Mr. Thomas E. Medl

Mr. David J. Palopoli

Mr. Chris J. Schoenberger

Mr. Michael A. Stecz

Mr. Steven T. Walsh

Class of 1983

4.53% (11 out of 243)

Mr. Andrew K. Arthur

Mr. Joseph R. Asbrock

Mr. David R. Bidwell

Mr. Robert D. Browning

Lieutenant Colonel

John E. Buse Jr.

Mr. Robert W. Deters

Mr. Michael R. Hackman

Mr. James A. Judd

Mr. John C. Shaffer

Mr. Thomas M. Stevenson

Mr. Gerry A. Voellmecke

Class of 1984

5.70% (13 out of 228)

Dr. James T. Bohmer

Mr. Ronald Deal

Mr. Douglas E. Ernstes

Mr. Douglas A. Groh

Mr. Ken W. Kollman

Mr. David H. Lohmueller

Mr. Stephen R. Marklay

Mr. Richard Oeters

Mr. Thomas A. Raga

Mr. Jeff A. Schnedl

Mr. Rob Schwing

Mr. Martin G. Suter

Mr. Stephen F. Voellmecke

Class of 1985

10.48% (24 out of 229)

Mr. Derek LaVonn Berry

Mr. James E. Bruns

Mr. Nick J. Burgdorf

Mr. William J. Crable

Mr. Brian N. Garry

Mr. Patrick M. Gilles

Mr. Nicholas A. Haggerty

Mr. Christopher J. Hodge

Mr. Robert D. Kaiser

Mr. Mark S. Kamphaus

Mr. Sean D. Kenny

Mr. John F. Kleiser

Mr. Stephen E. Ledwin

Mr. Michael P. McNally

Dr. William J. Naber

Mr. Joseph A. Novello

Mr. Robert E. Puthoff

Dr. Scott L. Schappacher

Mr. Kevin M. Shepherd

Mr. Jeffrey M. Smith

Mr. James A. Stofko Jr.

Mr. Kenneth H. Toft

Mr. William D. Vonderhaar

Class of 1986

5.29% (12 out of 227)

Mr. Charles D. Eckert

Dr. James L. Knepler Jr.

Mr. Timothy E. Marklay

Mr. R. Kent McKenzie

Mr. Bryan D. Murphy

Mr. Timothy J. O'Neill

Mr. Wayne E. Rieger Jr.

Mr. Kenneth C. Schneider

Mr. J. Matthew Stephens

Mr. Michael J. Sturgis

Mr. Michael G. Ward

Mr. Eric L. Weibel

Class of 1987

4.57% (10 out of 219)

Mr. Mark A. Dornoff

Mr. Gregory A. Gentile

Mr. Eric E. Hounchell

Mr. Matthew J. Kadnar

Mr. Carl W. Knepler

Mr. Michael P. Munz

Mr. Christopher S. Parchman

Dr. Michael F. Perry

Mr. Gregory Van Praag

Mr. Gregory P. Vonderhaar

Class of 1988

4.20% (10 out of 238)

Mr. Anthony G. Butz

Mr. David M. Ernst

Mr. Chris J. Higgins

Mr. Kevin J. Kohls

Mr. Timothy S. Mangan

Mr. Andrew E. Nagel

Mr. Christopher D. Probst

Mr. Kenneth S. Rahl

Mr. Michael T. Stark

Mr. Mark L. Wiehe

Class of 1989

4.88% (10 out of 205)

Mr. Mark G. Ernstes

Mr. Casey V. Fisher

Mr. David C. Guller

Mr. Eric T. Henry

Mr. David E. Horwitz

Mr. Anthony S. Jennings

Mr. Michael J. Olexa

Mr. Michael E. Rohlfs

Mr. Gregory T. Stofko

Mr. Ronald J. Tenkman

Class of 1990

1.97% (4 out of 203)

Mr. Matthew R. Birrell

Mr. Matthew D. Borman

Mr. Paul A. Kindt

Mr. Christopher M. Klonne

Class of 1991

4.71% (8 out of 170)

Mr. Michael S. Bohmer

Mr. Michael A. Brewer

Mr. John P. Burke

Mr. Todd A. Costello

Mr. Douglas W. Guller

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Mr. Michael J. Sauer

Mr. Derek S. Williams

Class of 1992

1.32% (2 out of 151)

Corporal Mark A. Angel

Mr. Joseph M. Cameron

Class of 1993

4.21% (8 out of 190)

Mr. Paul J. Borchelt

Mr. James E. Creeden Jr.

Mr. Stephen E. Eichmann

Mr. John J. Kilgore

Mr. Daniel A. Molina Jr.

Mr. Jason P. Niehaus

Mr. Joseph M. Schimpf

Mr. Michael R. Zinser

Class of 1994

1.80% (3 out of 167)

Mr. Joseph D. Devlin

Mr. Heath M. Geiger

Mr. Nicholas G. Hodge

Class of 1995

1.08% (2 out of 186)

Mr. Thomas Gannon

Mr. Andrew Kwiatkowski Esq.

Class of 1996

2.66% (5 out of 188)

Mr. Joseph P. Buckley

Mr. J. Marshall Hyzdu

Mr. Joseph Brian McGraw

Mr. Patrick McLaughlin

Mr. Christopher Siegert

Class of 1997

5.67% (11 out of 194)

Mr. Justin Bayer

Mr. Brent W. Berigan

Mr. Nicholas P. Brunelle

Mr. Chad A. Cass

Mr. Jason M. Hamberg

Mr. Patrick J. Kennedy

Mr. Roland L. Molina

Mr. Anthony V. Munafo

Mr. R. D. Rosfeld

Mr. Shawn E. Sadler

Mr. Brian N. Wellinghoff

Class of 1998

1.46% (3 out of 206)

Mr. John M. Buckley

Mr. Robert J. Mahoney

Mr. Matthew J. Rooks

Class of 1999

2.49% (5 out of 201)

Mr. Leo F. Bell

Mr. Michael J. Currin

Mr. Daniel G. Feldmann

Mr. Scott M. Jones

Mr. Jason R. Topits

Class of 2000

1.98% (4 out of 202)

Mr. Ryan D. Henry

Mr. Paul M. Jackson Jr.

Mr. Michael P. Munafo

Sergeant Ronald W.

Stump Jr.

Class of 2001

1.79% (4 out of 224)

Mr. Ryan M. Hermes

Mr. Brian M. Kishpaugh

Mr. Anthony E. Lane

Mr. Ryan E. Skeldon

Class of 2002

1.93% (4 out of 207)

Mr. Daniel J. Bernier

Mr. Kevin T. Buckley

Mr. Austin W. Ross

Mr. Robert R.

Vanderheyden

Class of 2003

1.49% (3 out of 201)

Mr. Joseph P. Kimener

Mr. Phillip R. Lane

Mr. Matthew J. Thorne

Class of 2004

2.58% (6 out of 233)

Mr. C. Bradley Albrecht

Mr. Paul R. Antenucci

Mr. Adam P. Behm

Mr. Christopher T. Geiger

Mr. Richard Scott Lerman

Mr. Douglas A. Vonderhaar

Class of 2005

1.23% (3 out of 243)

Mr. Theodore J. Catino

Mr. Matthew J. McLaughlin

Mr. Craig C. Vonderhaar

Class of 2006

3.90% (8 out of 205)

Mr. William E. Balbach

Mr. Mitchel L. Frey

Mr. Tyler D. Hughes

Mr. Dominick R. Iacovone Jr.

Mr. Matthew A. McNaul

Mr. Adam J. Scheidler

Mr. Bryan E. Smith

Mr. Michael A. Vonderhaar

Class of 2007

0.85% (2 out of 234)

Mr. Michael S. Davis

Mr. Jonathan J. Hartman

Class of 2008

2.34% (5 out of 214)

Mr. Nicholas R. Kuhlman

Mr. Jacob J. Lerman

Mr. Charles Anderson

Morgan

Mr. Anthony J. Rack

Mr. Brent M. Suter

Class of 2009

1.99% (5 out of 251)

Mr. Nathaniel Han

Mr. Sage A. Iacovone

Mr. Timothy R. McNaul

Mr. Cameron E. Scheidler

Mr. Brian A. Vonderhaar

Class of 2010

1.69% (3 out of 177)

Mr. Steven M. Kuhlman

Mr. Alexander P. McIntosh

Mr. Troy M. Suter

Mr. Donald J. Apking Mr. Timothy J. Leinberger

Speaker of the House Mr. Robert M. McGee

Mr. John A. Boehner Mr. Daniel Molina

Mr. James E. Dafler Mr. Robert J. Morrissey

Mr. George A. Diersing Jr. Dr. Steven D. Mueller

Mr. Thomas E. Donnellon Mr. Thomas D. Niehaus

Mr. Michael J. Duffy Mr. Michael R. Rakel

Mr. Robert R. Eling Mr. Ronald R. Rein

Gary R. Glassmeyer † Mr. James V. Siciliano III

Mr. Michael J. Greiner Mr. Michael J. Sylvester

Mr. Robert A. Hacker Mr. Martin C. Ziegler

Mr. Daniel J. Humbert

Mr. Donald S. Kruse Class of 1971

Mr. Thomas J. Langefels 5.39% (14 out of 260)

Mr. George F. Millitzer Mr. Mark Amorini

Mr. Robert R. Mohr Mr. A. James Bechtold III

Mr. Daniel P. Novakov Mr. William P. Dryer

Mr. Gregory K. Rairden

Mr. Cameron Jay Rains Sr.

Mr. Paul D. Beeber

Mr. Stephen C. C.

17 • FALL/WINTER 2011 Dr. Robert Benza

Mr. Jeff T. Recker

Langenkamp

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Donor Honor Roll by Graduation Year

Class of 2011

73.21% (164 out of 224)

Mr. Michael E. Abeln

Mr. Lucas M. Agricola

Mr. William K. Alexander

Mr. Dante N. Angiulli

Mr. Alexander T. Barlow

Mr. Vincent A. Belperio

Mr. Patrick J. Bennett

Mr. Andrew C. Blum

Mr. Michael P. Blum

Mr. Kyle J. Bobay

Mr. Taylor J. Bockrath

Mr. Christopher P. Boes

Mr. Chandler A. Bonn

Mr. Austin M. Boraten

Mr. Joseph E. Bracken

Mr. Austin M. Bracken

Mr. Peter J. Bronner

Mr. Andrew M. Clancy

Mr. Reed J. Collier

Mr. Michael A. Collins

Mr. Kyle J. Conner

Mr. Logan J. Crowe

Mr. Nicholas M. Curry

Mr. Mark A. Dalga

Mr. Gregory Damon

Mr. Avinash Das

Mr. Mourad H. David

Mr. Zachary T. Dawson

Mr. Stephen J. Dean

Mr. Michael A. DeVita

Mr. Stephen F. Diciero

Mr. Adam J. Eckhoff

Mr. Oliver J. Englehart

Mr. Benjamin A. Fessel

Mr. Charles W. Fiessinger

Mr. Samuel E. Fraley

Mr. Hayden C. Frey

Mr. Marc G. Gallenstein

Mr. Michael A. Gallo

Mr. Ross A. Geiger

Mr. Dominic V. Geraci

19 • FALL/WINTER 2011

Class of 2011 Breaks Record for Annual Fund Participation

A record-breaking 72.77% of the Class of 2011 gave to Moeller’s Annual Fund this year to support

the Josh Pflum ’11 Scholarship Fund, and more than 90% of the class members pledged a five-year

commitment. Their classmate passed away last September in a tragic accident. To honor Josh, the

class established this scholarship. “That is an inspiring level of generosity from our newest class

of grads,” said President Bill Hunt. “As you know, the gift of a Moeller education significantly

changes lives. And no gift is too small.”

Using the Class of 2011 as their inspiration, the Moeller Alumni Board has established a named

scholarship program for each of the classes, encouraging all Moeller alumni to give to the Annual

Fund in support of their class’s named scholarship program. For more information about how

you can support your class’s scholarship, contact Advancement Director Debbie Geiger at

(513) 791-1680, ext. 1320, or email her at DGeiger@Moeller.org.

Mr. Aaron M. Glassmeyer

Mr. Austin R. Grogan

Mr. Luke D. Guju

Mr. Joshua C. Hafele

Mr. Anthony M. Hall

Mr. Jacob T. Handorf

Mr. Jonathan R. Hanes

Mr. Jesse J. Hayes

Mr. Adam C. Henlein

Mr. Nickolaus R. Herweh

Mr. Thomas M. Hickey

Mr. Matthew C. Higgins

Mr. Ryan C. Higgins

Mr. Brendan M. Holmes

Mr. Kevin A. Holtel

Mr. Allen M. Honerlaw

Mr. Nicholas A. Hughes

Mr. Pat M. Hunt

Mr. Michael J. Irwin

Mr. Nikolas D. James

Mr. Collin P. Joyce

Mr. Leo Kessler, IV

Mr. Sean P. Kneipp

Mr. Samuel R. Knudson

Mr. Austin C. Kruszynski

Mr. John R. Lair

Mr. Alexander M. Land

Mr. Daniel R. Lang

Mr. Luke E. Lanman

Mr. Eric K. Larison

Mr. Jackson C. Lee

Mr. Nicholas R. Lefke

Mr. Gregory M. Leksan

Mr. Justin R. Liggett

Mr. Ryan E. Logan

Mr. Andrew J. Long

Mr. Marshal G. Luning

Mr. Michael K. Lynch Jr.

Mr. Nicholas J. Marchionda

Mr. Derrick Maserang

Mr. Patrick E. McCarty

Mr. Zachery R. McCaw

Mr. Samuel L. Merritt

Mr. Thomas A. Middleton

Mr. Hayden W. Miller

Mr. Garrett D. Miller

Mr. Matthew D. Moeggenberg

Mr. Tyler S. Monger

Mr. Connor P. Morgan

Mr. Michael J. Mullen

Mr. William J. Naber II

Mr. Eric K. Neuville

Mr. Tyler A. Norris

Mr. Cullan E. O'Brien

Mr. Andrew S. O'Bryan

Mr. Daniel S. O'Bryan

Mr. Johnathan F. Opdycke

Mr. Eric J. Osborn

Mr. Nathan A. Palatchi

Mr. Joseph G. Palumbo

Mr. Alexander M. Parra

Mr. Matthew A. Pierce

Mr. Alex P. Pietrandrea

Mr. Thomas E. Pohlman

Mr. Alexander J. Powell

Mr. Taylor P. Preston

Mr. Carl A. Pretorius

Mr. Justin R. Przezdziecki

Mr. Michael A. Puma

Mr. Kyle J. Raftery

Mr. Kyle G. Rauch

Mr. Bradley J. Reinert

Mr. Adam F. Riccobelli

Mr. Maxwell E. Richey

Mr. Kyle F. Robinett

Mr. James F. Rogan

Mr. Wyatt Rusche

Mr. Erik S. Ruscher

Mr. Samuel W. Ruschman

Mr. Dylan R. Ruter

Mr. Jason T. Sander

Mr. Lucas C. Schamer

Mr. Carson R. Scheidler

Mr. James M. Schirmer

Mr. David J. Schmitt

Mr. Gregory G. Schneider

Mr. Taylor S. Shaw

Mr. Tucker M. Skove

Mr. Logan M. Smyth

Mr. Timothy R. Spanagel

Mr. Michael J. Sparer

Mr. Sam F. Speyer

Mr. Benjamin C. Staley

Mr. Evan D. Stein

Mr. Eric M. Stiene

Mr. Joseph A. Stiens

Mr. William M. Strachan

Mr. Andrew T. Tanner

Mr. Patrick L. Thibodeaux

Mr. Mark C. Tipton Jr.

Mr. William M. Toney

Mr. David F. Trame

Mr. Joseph J. Tull

Mr. James O. Tussey

Mr. Thomas F. Tussey

Mr. Nathan T. Ventura

Mr. Walter B. Vickers

Mr. Cody J. Wacker

Mr. Brendan P. Walsh

Mr. Jonathan A. Ward

Mr. Maxwell W. Watkins

Mr. John R. Westerkamp

Mr. Dylan H. Wever

Mr. Robert A. Whitacre

Mr. Connor E. White

Mr. Gregory M. Wickerham

Mr. Stephan Wies

Mr. Luke R. Wilken

Mr. Matthew T. Woebkenberg

Mr. Michael J. Wolf

Mr. Nicholas J. Wood

Mr. Michael T. Wright

Mr. Robert S. Wynn

Mr. Ahmed O. Zaman

Mr. Michael W. Zoller

Moeller faculty pause for a picture during this year’s Main Event, which

raised a record-breaking $327K to support the Moeller students! Pictured,

from left: Technology Director/Varsity Wrestling Coach Jeff Gaier, CAD

Teacher/Technology Support/Head Freshman Football Coach Bob Kolkmeyer,

Math Department Chair/Head Baseball Coach Tim Held, and Physical

Education Teacher/Freshman Head Coach Matt Rooks.

Faculty and Staff Honor Roll

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Balbach ’72

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Bauer

Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Bohne’

Mr. & Mrs. Barry J. Borman ’64

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Braun ’72

Mr. Robert D. Browning ’83

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Buckley ’02

Mr. & Mrs. Norm Cass

Mr. & Mrs. Blane M. Collison

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Conlon

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony J. Corder

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Dees

Mr. & Mrs. J. Alberto Delgado

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P. Dever

Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Doran

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Dorsey

Mr. James J. Elfers

Dr. Michael Borack &

Mrs. Jeannette Elliott

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy A. Erdmann

Brother Robert M. Flaherty S.M.

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey W. Gaier

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Geiger

Mr. Brian Gilronan

Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey R. Girard

Mr. & Mrs. Clayton Graham

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hauck

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Heisel

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. Held

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Hoctor

Mr. & Mrs. Doug Horst

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Huff

Mr. & Mrs. William E. Hunt

Mr. & Mrs. James H. Jewell

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Johnson

Lieutenant Colonel &

Mrs. Kenneth C. Keener ’65

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Keyser

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Kindt ’90

Sister Judith M. Klei, R.S.M.

Mr. & Mrs. Herman W.

Knueven III ’74

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin J. Kohls ’88

Mr. & Mrs. William R. Kohus Sr. ’69

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M.

Kolkmeyer ’75

Mr. & Mrs. Carl N. Kremer

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory E. Lechner

Brother Howard R. Lohrey, S.M.

Brother Ronald G. Luksic, S.M.

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lytle

Mr. and Mrs. Len J. Matuszek

Mr. Matthew J. McLaughlin ’05

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick McLaughlin ’96

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Meale ’65

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. Pat J. Morgan

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Nelson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neuhaus

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew A. Pokupec

Mr. David J. Prenger

Mr. Daniel P. Ragland

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Raymond

Mrs. Susan E. Reinhardt and

Mr. Mike Kelsch

Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Reis

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ring

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Rodenberg

Mr. Matthew J. Rooks ’98

Mr. & Mrs. R. D. Rosfeld ’97

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Schaffer

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Shaffer

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P. Shannon

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Spitznagel

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory O. Stanforth ’67

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Sweeney

Mr. & Mrs. Alexander J. Thompson

Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Tull

Mr. and Mrs. Mark V. Vicario

Mr. Michael G. Ward ’86

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher B. Wilke

Mr. & Mrs. Derek S. Williams ’91

Mr. & Mrs. David W. Yelton

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Zilch

In Memory and Honor of

In Memory of Gerald Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balzer

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Caminiti

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Creeden Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Rigling

Ms. Charollet Schworer and

Mr. Jerry Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Stephens

Mr. Brian J. Strasser

Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Ziegler

In the Name of Richard

E. Beerman

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Voellmecke

In Honor of the Thomas &

Shirley Bohmer Scholarship

Dr. James T. Bohmer and

Dr. Mary Kathryn Whitten

In Honor of the Daniel J.

Buckley Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Buckley

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Buckley

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Buckley

Ms. Mary Anne Clifford

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Devanney

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dillhoff

Mr. and Mrs. Terrence M. Donnellon

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Gahl

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Geiger

Sister Judith M. Klei, R.S.M.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Rayburn

In Memory of Donald L. Cazel Sr.

Mrs. Mary Frances Costello

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Dillhoff

Ms. Sara Shierling

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wagner

Ms. Doris Weber

In Memory of James C.

Champlin III ’72

Anonymous

Ms. Teresa M. Alford

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Baggette

Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Barnett

Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Beringer

Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Bertsch

Bethesda North Rehabilitation Unit

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Bohlen

Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Boudreaux

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Buckley

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Buerger

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Burgdorf

Mr. Jeffrey J. Burke

Mr. James H. Butler

Ms. Lisa D. Champlin

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Champlin

Mr. and Mrs. Garry E. Clark

Dr. G. Stephen Cleves and

Mrs. Therese Esswein

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Colak

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Creighton

Mr. Thomas A. Darbie

Mr. and Mrs. Gregg DeVita

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Dierkers

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Doll

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Dorsey

Mr. and Mrs. David Eckley

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Edelmann

Mrs. Peggy A. Ernstes

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Fiest

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Finan

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Fischesser

Mr. and Mrs. Kim E. Fladung

Mr. and Mrs. Terry K. Flanagan

Ms. Karen Fox

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garbacik

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Geiger

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Gertz Sr.

Mr. Robert A. Glassmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Gushulak

Mr. Nathaniel Han

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Harsch

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hartke

Mr. and Mrs. John Hemm

Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Hennigen

Mrs. Jeanette R. Hildebrandt

Ms. Cheryl Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Hoffer

Mr. and Mrs. David Hutzel

JMA Consultants Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kavouras

Mr. and Mrs. P. Terry Knapmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Knollman

Mr. Herman W. Knueven III

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Lair

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory E. Lechner

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Leuenberger

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Markgraf

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McGinnis

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. McQueen

MIS Micro Information Services Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Moeggenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Nurre

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin D. O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Orr Jr.

Ms. Helen J. Peters

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Peterson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Pieper

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Porges

Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Radcliff

Mr. Michael R. Rakel ’70

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Raymond

Reading Boy Scout Troop No. 633

Ms. Holly Rebensdorf

Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Regensburger

Ms. Judith A. Reilman

Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Richardson

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Riedmiller

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Rippe

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Riser

Mr. and Mrs. John V. Rush Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sabato

Mr. Douglas G. Sand and

Mrs. Ann M. Gilligan-Sand

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Schaefer

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Schuler

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Schworer

Mr. Steven M. Smyth

Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Spaulding

Mr. and Mrs. David T. Stevenson

Summit Country Day School

Ms. Sally P. Tamborski

Ms. Carol Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Toia Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ron T. VonDenBenken

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Vonderhaar

Mr. Michael A. Vonderhaar

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wagenlander

Mrs. Mary Wallenhorst

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Wampler, Ph.D.

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Watkins

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Whitacre

Wilcots Family

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Wilken

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Wolf

Dr. and Mrs. Steven S. Wunder

In the Name of the Class of 1964

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Finke

The Financial Network Group Ltd.

For the Birthday of JoAnne Cook

Ms. Jeffrey D. Ault

Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Barnard

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Bodger

Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Brakeman

Ms. Lucille R. Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Dascher

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Dreggors

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Early Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Ferrara

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Finkle

Mr. and Mrs. Harland R. Fogle Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Frank

Ms. Sheree L. Frazier

Frances M. Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Oris Grim Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Holler III

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Johnson

Ms. Robin Just

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Kanagy

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Langell

Mr. Donald Liska

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Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Liska

Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Marshall

Ms. Harriett W. McAllaster

Ms. Althea L. McPherson

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meer

Ms. Ann Murray

Ms. Mary Ellen Nopper

Paller Financial Services Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rishebarger

Ms. Patricia A. Ruehl

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Sanders

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Schumacher

Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Slaughter

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Turk

Mr. and Mrs. C Allen Watts

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Wilson

Ms. Anne C. Woodman

Ms. Diane Zeidwig

In Memory of Ray Corbett ’64

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Anderson

Ms. Mary Lousie Boylan

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas F. Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cappel

Mr. Michael J. Duffy

Ms. Anne M. Dulle

Ms. Lucille A. Gerdes

Mr. and Mrs. Art Hein

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy K. Hogan &

Kathy O’Callaghan

Mr. Harvey Jeffery

Ms. Mary C. Kroeger

Mr. and Mrs. William K. Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Lutmer

Mr. Gary J. Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mundt

Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Pickelhaupt

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Primm

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Solsman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Stitts

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Watson

Ms. Marjorie Zimmerman

In Memory of Joseph H. Currin ’90

Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Aielli

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Apking

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Birrell

Bissell & Associates Insurance Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boate

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Borman

Mr. J.G. Brinkman

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Brodbeck

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Broussard

Mr. and Mrs. Norm L. Cass

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Currin

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Currin

Mr. and Mrs. Kelly J. Fox

Good Samaritan Newborn ICU

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Guanciale

Mr. and Ms. David L. Hammerly

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Hoffer

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Hogenkamp

Mr. and Mrs. Herb Huesman

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hugenberg Jr.

Mr. F. Michael Hyzdu

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Keffer

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kennedy

Mr. and Mrs. Bob R. Kerns

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lampert

Mr. Patrick A. Lang

Mr. Terrence H. Lang

Mr. and Mrs. Brett Lawless

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Lonneman

Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Madden

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Marchioni

Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Olson

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Payne

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Schafer

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Schindler

Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Siggins

Mr. Aaron P. Simmons

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Stautzenbach

Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Sylvester

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Varabkanich

Mrs. Margery D. Ward

Dr. and Mrs. Steven S. Wunder

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Zimmer

In Memory of Doug A. Devine ’86

Ms. Lois J. Devine

In Memory of Mr. and

Mrs. Ron Dornoff

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Dornoff

In the Name of Brother Robert

M. Flaherty, S.M.

Mr. Austin W. Ross

In Memory of Chip D. Galinari ’65

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. DesMarais Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Joesting

Ms. Eileen M. McGuiggan

In the Name of Daniel A.

Gehrlich ’09

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Gehrlich

In Memory of Gary R.

Glassmeyer ’68

Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Albrinck

Ms. Susan M. Aloisio

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Broermann

Ms. Lillian E. Conover

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diesel

Ms. Mary Jo Eling

Mr. Daniel Foley

Mr. and Mrs. William Fuersich

Ms. Lucille A. Gerdes

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Giles

Ms. Charlotte A. Glaser

Mr. Daniel A. Glassmeyer

Ms. Wilma M. Gosink

Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Gramann Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greiner

Mr. Robert L. Griffith

Mr. and Mrs. Gil M. Gusweiler

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hackworth

Mrs. Jeanette R. Hildebrandt

Ms. Hazel L. Keith

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kettler

Mr. and Mrs. John A. King

Mr. and Mrs. P. Terry Knapmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Kolda

Dr. and Mrs. Alan L. Laub

Mr. Albert J. Leisring

Mrs. Shirlaine Meyer

Ms. Nancy G. Meyrose

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Moeggenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. William Rohlfs

Mr. Douglas G. Sand and

Mrs. Ann M. Gilligan-Sand

Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Schneider

Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Sheehan

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Widmeyer

In Memory of Richard Goehler

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Kuhlman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Lopinto

In Memory of Steven T.

Johnson ’99

Ms. Erin K. Burk

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Johnson

In Memory of Christopher P.

Koegel ’67

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leisring

In Memory of Mr. and

Mrs. John Kravec

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Kravec

In Honor of the Dr. Edward

Kremchek Memorial Scholarship

Dr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Kremchek

In Memory of Joseph A. Lopinto

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Curtin

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Geiger

Mr. and Mrs. Gil M. Gusweiler

Mr. and Mrs. Randall R. Hanes

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Knipper

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Kuhlman

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Morrison

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Naber

Wells Fargo Educational Matching

Gift Program

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Winterman

In the Name of

Joseph M. Lopinto '02 and

Matthew T. Lopinto '08

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Lopinto

In the Name of David J.

Markgraf ’77

Mrs. Jo Ann R. Markgraf

In the Name of Eric T. Mettey ’82,

Creig Mettey ’72,

John D. Mettey ’76, and

Thomas A. Mettey ’80

Ms. Joan E. Mettey

In Memory of Rob Miller

Mr. William L. Foley

In Honor of the Rene’ and Roland

Molina Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Ida Zinam

In Memory of Joseph W. Morse ’99

Ms. Muriel E. Morse

In the Name of Robert J. Parker ’70

Mrs. Jo Ann R. Markgraf

In Memory of Joshua D. Pflum ’11

Anonymous

Mr. Michael E. Abeln

Mr. Lucas M. Agricola

Mr. William K. Alexander

Mr. Dante N. Angiulli

Mr. and Mrs. David W. Arand

Archbishop Moeller High School

Mothers’ Club

Mr. Alexander T. Barlow

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Barlow

Ms. Joan Barnhill

Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Barron

Bayer & Becker Inc.

Mr. Vincent A. Belperio

Mr. Patrick J. Bennett

Mr. Joseph M. Binder

Mr. Andrew C. Blum

Mr. Michael P. Blum

Mr. Kyle J. Bobay

Mr. Taylor J. Bockrath

Mr. Christopher P. Boes

Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Bolender

Mr. Chandler A. Bonn

Ms. Nancy A. Bonn

Mr. Austin M. Boraten

Mr. Austin M. Bracken

Mr. Joseph E. Bracken

Mr. and Mrs. Sean G. Bradfish

Mr. Peter J. Bronner

Ms. Terry Brotherton

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Burkhardt

Mrs. Edda Camardo

Cincinnati Psychotherapy Associates

Mr. Andrew M. Clancy

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Coletti

Mr. Reed J. Collier

Mr. Michael A. Collins

Mr. Kyle J. Conner

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Conway

Ms. Barbara J. Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Randall J. Corgan

Mr. Logan J. Crowe

Mr. Nicholas M. Curry

Mr. Mark A. Dalga

Mr. Gregory Damon

Mr. Avinash Das

Mr. Mourad H. David

Ms. Nancy R. Dawley

Mr. Zachary T. Dawson

Mr. Stephen J. Dean

Mr. and Mrs. David G. DeHaemers

Mr. and Mrs. Louie B. DeTemple

Mr. Michael A. DeVita

Mr. and Mrs. Derrick E. Dews

Mr. Stephen F. Diciero

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doyle

Ms. Regene Dubell

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Ebbers

Mr. Adam J. Eckhoff

Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Edwards

Mr. Oliver J. Englehart

Mr. and Mrs. Ned C. Ertel

Mr. and Mrs. Emilio T. Fernandez

Mr. Benjamin A. Fessel

Mr. Charles W. Fiessinger

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Fischer

Mr. Samuel E. Fraley

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Frank

Mr. Paul G. Franke

Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Franz

Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Fredrickson

Mr. Hayden C. Frey

Mr. Marc G. Gallenstein

Mr. Michael A. Gallo

Mr. Ross A. Geiger

Mr. Dominic V. Geraci

Dr. D. Grant Gilbert

Mr. Austin R. Grogan

Mr. Luke D. Guju

Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Gustafson

Mr. Joshua C. Hafele

Mr. Anthony M. Hall

Mr. Jacob T. Handorf

Mr. Jonathan R. Hanes

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy B. Harrelson Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Haskamp

Mr. Jesse J. Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Helgeson

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Henderson

Mr. Adam C. Henlein

Mr. Nickolaus R. Herweh

Mr. Thomas M. Hickey

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Higgins

Mr. Matthew C. Higgins

Mr. Ryan C. Higgins

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hill

Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Hoffman

Mr. Brendan M. Holmes

Mr. Kevin A. Holtel

Mr. Allen M. Honerlaw

Mr. Nicholas A. Hughes

Mr. Pat M. Hunt

Mr. Michael J. Irwin

Dr. and Mrs. Richard F. Ittenbach

Mr. Nikolas D. James

Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Jones

Mr. Collin P. Joyce

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Junker

Mr. Mark Keitel

Mr. Leo Kessler IV

Mr. Robert E. Kinker

Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Klasmeier

Mr. Sean P. Kneipp

Mr. Samuel R. Knudson

Ms. Nancy Kowatsch

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Kroncke

Mr. Austin C. Kruszynski

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Kues

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Kuhlman

Mr. Thomas Kuhn

Mr. John R. Lair

Mr. Alexander M. Land

Mr. Daniel R. Lang

Mr. Luke E. Lanman

Mr. Eric K. Larison

Mr. Jackson C. Lee

Mr. Nicholas R. Lefke

Mr. and Mrs. Ron P. Lehrter

Mr. Gregory M. Leksan

Mr. Justin R. Liggett

Ms. Carol J. Lindeman

Mr. Ryan E. Logan

Mr. Andrew J. Long

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Lotterer

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Lotz

Mr. Marshal G. Luning

Mr. Michael K. Lynch Jr.

Mr. Nicholas J. Marchionda

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Martina

Mr. Derrick Maserang

Mr. Patrick E. McCarty

Mr. Zachery R. McCaw

Ms. Francia Mechlin

All the Meltons

Mr. and Mrs. Norbert J. Menke

Mr. Samuel L. Merritt

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Meyer Jr.

Mr. Thomas A. Middleton

Mr. Garrett D. Miller

Mr. Hayden W. Miller

Mr. Matthew D. Moeggenberg

Mr. Tyler S. Monger

Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Montgomery

Mr. Connor P. Morgan

Mount Notre Dame High School

Mr. Michael J. Mullen

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Munafo

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Naber

Mr. William J. Naber II

Ms. Tamarah L. Nance

Mr. Eric K. Neuville

Mr. Fred Newbill

Mr. Tyler A. Norris

O’Bannon Creek Golf Club

Mr. Cullan E. O’Brien

Mr. Andrew S. O’Bryan

Mr. Daniel S. O’Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Olinger

Mr. Johnathan F. Opdycke

Dr. and Mrs. Marc P. Orlando

Mr. Eric J. Osborn

Mr. Nathan A. Palatchi

Mr. Joseph G. Palumbo

Mr. Alexander M. Parra

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Patterson

Paxton Civic Association

Paxton’s Grill

Mr and Mrs. John E. Pflum

Mr. Matthew A. Pierce

Mr. Alex P. Pietrandrea

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Pitner

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard C. Plaut

Mr. Thomas E. Pohlman

Mr. and Mrs. Barry S. Pokorny

Andy Pokupec’s Mentor Group

Mr. Alexander J. Powell

Mr. Taylor P. Preston

Mr. Carl A. Pretorius

Mr. Justin R. Przezdziecki

Mr. Michael A. Puma

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Quatman

Mr. Kyle J. Raftery

Mr. Kyle G. Rauch

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Rein

Mr. Bradley J. Reinert

Mr. Adam F. Riccobelli

Mr. Maxwell E. Richey

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Rinn

Mr. Kyle F. Robinett

Mr. James F. Rogan

Mr. Wyatt Rusche

Mr. Erik S. Ruscher

Mr. Samuel W. Ruschman

Ryle High School Soccer Family

Mr. Jason T. Sander

Mr. Lucas C. Schamer

Mr. Carson R. Scheidler

Mr. James M. Schirmer

Mr. David J. Schmitt

Mr. Gregory G. Schneider

Dr. and Mrs. Willaim J.

Schoenberger

Mr. David Schram

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sell

Mr. Robert Sendelbeck

Mr. Taylor S. Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Shumar

Mr. Stephen Sieber

Mr. Tucker M. Skove

Mr. Logan M. Smyth

Mr. Steven M. Smyth

Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Spaccarelli

Mr. Timothy R. Spanagel

Mr. Michael J. Sparer

Mr. Sam F. Speyer

St. Xavier Mothers’ Club

Mr. Benjamin C. Staley

Mr. Evan D. Stein

Mr. Eric M. Stiene

Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Stiene

Mr. Joseph A. Stiens

Sunrise Medical

Mr. and Mrs. Jim P. Sweeney Jr.

Mr. Andrew T. Tanner

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Tull

The Kroger Co.

Mr. Patrick L. Thibodeaux

Mr. Mark C. Tipton Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Tipton Sr.

Ms. Pauline Toennis

Mr. William M. Toney

Mr. David F. Trame

Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Trifilio

Mr. Joseph J. Tull

Mr. James O. Tussey

Mr. Thomas F. Tussey

Mr. Nathan T. Ventura

Mr. Walter B. Vickers

Mr. Cody J. Wacker

Mr. Brendan P. Walsh

Mr. Jonathan A. Ward

Mr. Maxwell W. Watkins

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher

Wedzikowski

Mr. John R. Westerkamp

Mr. Dylan H. Wever

Mr. Robert A. Whitacre

Mr. Connor E. White

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Wickerham

Mr. Gregory M. Wickerham

Mr. Stephan Wies

Mr. Luke R. Wilken

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Wing

Mr. Matthew T. Woebkenberg

Mr. Michael J. Wolf

Mr. Nicholas J. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Wordeman

Mr. Michael T. Wright

Mr. Robert S. Wynn

Mr. Ahmed O. Zaman

The Zander Family

Mr. Michael W. Zoller

In Memory of Mr. and

Mrs. Bernard W. Pohlman

Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. Hollatz

In the Name of Andrew S. Poole ’05,

and Michael A. Poole ’09

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Poole

In Memory of Jack Repasy ’68,

and Gregory J. Rossmann ’79

Mrs. Mary Beth Repasy

In Memory of Tyler B. Rotte ’92/

Moeller High School Soccer Team

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cumming

In the Name of Scott F.

Schaffner ’87

Dr. Connie Boehner

In Honor of the Schira

Family Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Ernstes

Mr. and Mrs. Casey V. Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Henry

Mr. Chris Higgins

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Horwitz

Mr. Anthony S. Jennings

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Klonne

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Olexa

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Rohlfs

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Stofko

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Tenkman

In Honor of the Eric J.

Schlueter Endowed Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Fischer

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Gillen Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Rutti

Dr. and Mrs. David E. Schlueter

Dr. and Mrs. Elmer Schlueter

Dr. Francis J. Schlueter and

Ms. Mary K. Welsh

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Wagner

Mr. and Mrs. James Zeller

In the Name of William A.

Schneller ’08

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Schneller

In Memory of Donald Schnitzler

Ms. Teresa Boelleke

Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Schnitzler

In the Name of Gregory O.

Stanforth ’67

Mandare Foundation

In Memory of James E. Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. Olding

Mr. & Mrs. Barry Schmid

The F.D. Lawrence Electric Co.

In Honor of Michael A. Stofko

Mr. Derek LaVonn Berry

In Honor of Michael Cleveland

Dr. and Mrs. Frank P. Cleveland

In Memory of Terri Skeeters

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sylvester

In Memory of Betty Sylvester

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Cooper

In Memory of Michael Tabb ’84

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Carr

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Fitz Sr.

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Gillen Sr.

Mr. Stephen Gruber

Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Kirkpatrick

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Krintz

Mr. and Mrs. D. Brian Lohss

Mr. Gary L. Meltzer

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Morehead

Ms. Lisa K. Petersen

Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Plew

Ms. Bridget T. Priedel

Mr. Charles J. Turk

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Walter

Ms. Margaret C. Wilson

In Honor of the

Michael J. Thorne Scholarship

AXA Foundation

Mr. Jordan R. Bain

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Biordi

Mr. Mark J. Bodnar

Ms. Jill C. Cantleberry

Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Cerrezin

Ms. Andrea L. Chambers

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Dolle

Ms. Constance M. Feys

Mr. Richard J. Gianni Jr.

Ms. Laurie Goettke

Ms. Janet Heil

Ms. Kristina Hellwig

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Koons

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Korb

Macy’s Foundation

Ms. Julie Maines

Mr. Ryan Martini

Ms. Angela M. Meagher

Premier Dealer Services Inc.

Ms. Glynnis Reinhart

Mr. Michael Sasarak

Mr. and Mrs. Justin A. Setzekorn

Mr. Phil H. Snow

Mr. Matthew J. Thorne

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Thorne Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Topits

Mr. and Mrs. Marc E. Wagner

In Memory of Harry Waechter

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Waechter

In Memory of Aaron Wietzel ’91

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Bailey

Mrs. Jane Busemeyer

Dr. and Mrs. Pete Caples

Ms. Michele S. Coleman-Hubbard

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Cook

Mrs. JoAnne Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Loern Cook

Ms. Rosemary Cook

Ms. Paula Daugherty

Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Dorsey

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gammon

Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Hickman

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Janszen

Mr. and Mr. Marlow Jordahl

Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Kahle

Ms. Sharon L. Kennedy

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Kingery

Mrs. Lew Ann Lawhorn

Ms. Mary Ellen Nopper

Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Renneker

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Swan

Ms. Karen Y. Veeneman

Ms. Margaret R. Wietzel

In the Name of Brian

Winterman ’14

Mr. Richard J. Winterman and

Dr. Kathleen G. Winterman

Class of 2011 Breaks Record

for Annual Fund

21 • FALL/WINTER 2011 Moeller’s 2010-11 Donor Honor Roll • 22


Highest % of Participation

Class of 2011 73.21

Class of 1977 11.16

Class of 1985 10.48

Class of 1979 10.23

Highest Average Donation

Class of 1979 $5,156.88

Class of 1978 $3,686.47

Class of 1972 $3,027.32

Class of 1980 $1,320.02

Most Money Donated

Class of 1979 $139,235.67

Class of 1978 $62,670.00

Class of 1972 $45,409.78

Class of 1980 $25,080.30

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The 2010-11 Moeller Annual Fund Drive

Thanks to your generosity, we did it! Last year we raised more than one million dollars,

and we couldn’t be more grateful!

YOU make a real difference in the lives and education of our current and future Men of

Moeller. Tuition covers only 81% of the cost to educate a student at Moeller, so the Annual

Fund helps bridge the gap of $2,495 per student! The Annual Fund supports academic

program enrichment, technology advancements, service opportunities, tuition assistance,

and co-curricular activities. Participation is most important, and supporting the fund every

year makes a difference daily at Moeller, from morning prayer until the lights turn off in

the gym at night.

This year our goal is $1.25M, and we know that with your help we can continue to grow

the “Moeller Winning Tradition.”

Debbie Geiger, Advancement Director

Graduation Donors Class % Class Money Average

Year per Class Size Participation Donated Donation

Class of 1964 18 178 10.11% $15,685.00 $871.39

Class of 1965 15 257 5.84% $17,280.00 $1,152.00

Class of 1966 20 244 8.20% $9,645.68 $482.28

Class of 1967 24 258 9.30% $13,694.00 $595.39

Class of 1968 24 236 10.17% $5,675.00 $236.46

Class of 1969 16 250 6.40% $4,000.00 $250.00

Class of 1970 21 259 8.11% $2,150.00 $102.38

Class of 1971 14 260 5.39% $4,325.00 $332.69

Class of 1972 15 258 5.81% $45,409.78 $3,027.32

Class of 1973 10 247 4.05% $5,270.00 $527.00

Class of 1974 17 235 7.23% $8,140.00 $478.82

Class of 1975 17 223 7.62% $17,687.50 $1,040.44

Class of 1976 13 203 6.40% $5,274.31 $405.72

Class of 1977 27 242 11.16% $19,005.80 $703.92

Class of 1978 17 242 7.02% $62,670.00 $3,686.47

Class of 1979 27 264 10.23% $139,235.67 $5,156.88

Class of 1980 19 235 8.09% $25,080.30 $1,320.02

Class of 1981 11 224 4.91% $3,685.00 $335.00

Class of 1982 14 241 5.81% $8,988.22 $642.02

Class of 1983 11 243 4.53% $11,708.00 $1,064.36

Class of 1984 13 228 5.70% $9,955.00 $765.77

Class of 1985 24 229 10.48% $19,303.00 $804.29

Class of 1986 12 227 5.29% $3,685.00 $307.08

Class of 1987 10 219 4.57% $4,164.00 $416.40

Class of 1988 10 238 4.20% $2,665.00 $266.50

Class of 1989 10 205 4.88% $3,175.00 $317.50

Class of 1990 4 203 1.97% $345.00 $86.25

Class of 1991 8 170 4.71% $6,316.64 $789.58

Class of 1992 2 151 1.32% $175.00 $87.50

Class of 1993 8 190 4.21% $2,975.00 $371.88

Class of 1994 3 167 1.80% $1,525.00 $508.33

Class of 1995 2 186 1.08% $210.00 $105.00

Class of 1996 5 188 2.66% $525.00 $105.00

Class of 1997 11 194 5.67% $3,936.66 $357.88

Class of 1998 3 206 1.46% $850.00 $283.33

Class of 1999 5 201 2.49% $1,434.00 $286.80

Class of 2000 4 202 1.98% $500.00 $125.00

Class of 2001 4 224 1.79% $325.00 $81.25

Class of 2002 4 207 1.93% $620.00 $155.00

Class of 2003 3 201 1.49% $1,100.00 $366.67

Class of 2004 6 233 2.58% $1,150.00 $191.67

Class of 2005 3 243 1.23% $270.00 $90.00

Class of 2006 8 205 3.90% $780.00 $97.50

Class of 2007 2 234 0.85% $625.00 $312.50

Class of 2008 5 214 2.34% $130.08 $26.02

Class of 2009 5 251 1.99% $210.00 $42.00

Class of 2010 3 177 1.69% $65.00 $21.67

Class of 2011 164 224 73.21% $3,762.72 $23.08

Total: 691 10,616 6.48% $495,386.36 $720.04

Report of Revenue and Expenses

(Forecast, as of July 1, 2011, for 2011-12 Fiscal Year)

Forecast 2011-12

Income by Source

Tuition & Fees 8,859,694 69.2%

Donations & Fund Raising 1,455,000 11.4%

Student Services 1,409,500 11.0%

Other Revenue 1,070,054 8.4%

Total Income 12,794,248 100.0%

Expenses by Category

Personnel 7,506,585 59.4%

Technology & Supplies 1,610,406 12.7%

Utilities & Maintenance 662,000 5.2%

Student Services 1,340,650 10.6%

Capital & Debt Service 1,529,690 12.1%

Total Expenses 12,649,331 100.0%

Cost of a Moeller Education

Per Student

Expenditures $13,085

Tuition $10,590

Gap for Fundraising -$2,495

Enrollment: 21-Year History

(October count)

1990 – 1991 734

1991 – 1992 770

1992 – 1993 790

1993 – 1994 817

1994 – 1995 862

1995 – 1996 871

1996 – 1997 887

1997 – 1998 908

1998 – 1999 890

1999 – 2000 913

2000 – 2001 930

2001 – 2002 949

2002 – 2003 935

2003 – 2004 972

2004 – 2005 966

2005 – 2006 951

2006 – 2007 936

2007 – 2008 928

2008 – 2009 917

2009 – 2010 907

2010 – 2011 926

2011 – 2012 924

Financial Aid Dollars Awarded

2004 $58,880

2005 $184,050

2006 $346,799

2007 $325,025

2008 $381,642

2009 $407,133

2010 $548,306

2011 $600,000

2012 $733,000

Moeller’s 2010-11 Donor Honor Roll • 24


New Timeline Exhibit tells the ‘Truth’ about

THE MOELLER STORY

Top photo: Tom Knipper, past parent and current volunteer on

Moeller’s Planned Given and Scholarship Committees, views

new Timeline exhibit.

Bottom photo: The Timeline was blessed by Father Al Hirt, O.F.M.

(pictured), along with concelebrants Father Tom Kreidler and

Father Ken Swhwartz.

25 • FALL/WINTER 2011

On October 14, 2009, the newly formed Communications Committee gathered

together at 7 AM in the Pastoral Ministry Conference Room. Their goal was to create a communications

plan to commemorate and promote Moeller’s upcoming 50th Anniversary.

As the group brainstormed together – a 50th website, a Facebook page, a DVD, a

book, a blog, W-MOE alumni podcasts, and more – Louise Hoelker, head of PR for

Shriners Hospitals for Children, suggested an exhibit. The hospital had just celebrated its

40th anniversary, and they had commissioned a large-scale timeline consisting of patient

profiles and documenting the work of the pediatric burn hospital. The hospital worked

with Graff Designs, a local graphic and environmental

design firm who had worked on such exhibits at The

Ohio State University and the Cincinnati Reds Hall of

Fame and Museum. “At the time, I knew that the group

Graff Designs was exactly what Moeller needed to

showcase its history. Their work is creative, original,

and produces dramatic results.”

Two years later that suggestion became a reality and

the capstone of Moeller’s 50th Anniversary activities.

Advancement Director Debbie Geiger secured funding

from two generous Moeller benefactors – Curt & Linda

Curran (photo right) and Ted ’79 & Becky Catino (photo

bottom right) – and Moeller commissioned the same graphic

artists that Shriners had used so successfully: Graff Designs.

The goal was to create a similar permanent exhibit for

display in the main hallway of the school celebrating the

many successes of Moeller as a high school in the

Marianist tradition, instilling pride in Moeller’s past,

and vibrantly promoting Moeller’s future.

Originally this exhibit was proposed as a timeline

encompassing the history of Archbishop Moeller from its

inception in 1960 to 2010. However, as the Graff Designs

team began researching the project through a variety of

Moeller publications, meetings, and respondent surveys,

they began to envision the project in a larger sense.

“The facts alone do not tell the Moeller truth,” said

Daniel Graff in his conceptual design presentation to a

newly formed steering committee. “A timeline of dates

and events do not capture the spirit of what makes the

Moeller experience so special – almost sacred – to the

students, families, alumni, Marianists, administrators,

and faculty who built one of the nation’s premier

Catholic high schools.”

DESIGN CONCEPT

“To tell the Moeller truth – ‘The Moeller Story’ – we

propose an exhibit to celebrate 50 years of transforming

the Men of Moeller from high school students to men of

faith, men of knowledge and accomplishment, men of

family, men of service, men who are charged as leaders,

educators, athletes, artists, musicians, businessmen, and

more,” said Graff. “Through the Marianist Charism, the

Men of Moeller are transformed into ‘Men for the World.’ ”

The Vision

The Graff Designs team then described their vision:

“The display will visually and textually explore how

the Moeller experience uniquely molds and challenges

young men to aspire to greatness – in many varying

interpretations of

the world. Rather

“Not Just Men of

the World, But Men

for the World.”

than being solely

a reflection of the

past, this exhibit

will view Moeller’s

history as a

determinant of the

Blane Collison, Principal

school’s vibrant

present and promising

future. It will serve as

a permanent, prominent, and inspiring testament to Moeller

High School’s many communities – most importantly,

the current generation of Men of Moeller.”

The Message

The Graff Designs team decided to use the five

Characteristics of a Marianist Education as the primary

organizing structure of the exhibit. “Each Characteristic will

be represented as a microcosm of the Moeller experience,”

said Graff. “The background will include a montage of

iconic Moeller images that reflect that specific characteristic.

Layered over the background will be panels that include

text blocks, mini-timelines, photo montages, then-and-now

vignettes, honorary bios, and other features.”

The Truth

“We believe this approach most ‘truthfully’ conveys the

essence of Moeller’s first 50 years of existence,” Graff

continued. “However, in view of Moeller’s incredibly

successful athletic programs – and their fervent supports

– it is important to note that this creative treatment was

intended to promote the achievement of Moeller High

School as a whole. Athletic accomplishments, while

incorporated as an important facet of the Marianist

Characteristics, are not singled out or highlighted.

Moeller thanked the generous benefactors of the Timeline –

Linda and Curt Curran (top) and Becky and Ted Catino ’79 –

with a commemorative collage.

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For example, the panel on ‘Educating for Faith

Formation’ may include a photo of a Faust-era football

team praying around the Our Lady of Moeller statue

with a brief vignette by a student who tells how faith is

incorporated into all aspects of Moeller life.”

Unifying Theme

The Graff Designs team had one more vision to convey

as they unveiled the most important design element. “As

a unifying theme that flows throughout the panels, there

will be hundreds of affirmative statements by the current

students and alumni that ends with ‘I am a Man of Moeller,’

explained Mikki Graff, graphic designer of the exhibit.

“This will stand for decades to come as the definitive

statement of what it means to be a Man of Moeller.”

Mass Dedication & Blessing

On Thursday, September 29, “The Moeller Story” exhibit

was officially unveiled and blessed as part of an all-school

Mass. “On the day of the blessing and dedication I had

the pleasure to personally view the Timeline side by side

with Gerry Faust and Phil Gigliotti,” said Advancement

Director Debbie Geiger. “That brought even more meaning

for me to hear them respond to the pictures and the

memories of the exhibit. After hearing that they were

pleased and impressed with the exhibit, I knew we did

a good job of telling ‘The Moeller Story.’ ”

Perspectives

“The Timeline project was a reflection of the devotion

many people have for Moeller High School,” said alumnus

and exhibit benefactor Ted Catino ’79. “The commitment

and dedication put forth by all those involved is

Sister Judy Klei, R.S.M. (above) was an original

member of the Timeline project team.

Legendary Coaches Gerry Faust and Phil Gigliotti

point to Moeller’s founding principal, Brother

Lawrence Eveslage, also known to them as the “Big E.”

27 • FALL/WINTER 2011

inspirational. Becky and I appreciated having the

opportunity to be a small part in a great project for

a wonderful organization.”

Exhibit benefactors Curt and Linda Curran agreed.

“It is an honor to be a part of the Moeller Family,” they said.

“Our prayer is that the Timeline will inspire the young Men

of Moeller to appreciate the past, acknowledge the present,

and embrace the future of this wonderful institution.”

“When Graff Designs began the project, we were

somewhat familiar with Moeller,” said Daniel Graff.

“We knew it was a Catholic high school with a strong

sense of pride and tradition. We were familiar with the

theater program there as well as its strong athletic program.

The most significant aspect about Moeller that we

learned from doing this project is the sense of family and

community that the school nurtures. We hadn’t been in

the project more than a week or two when we started

thinking of Graff Designs as part of that family, too.

We were – and still are – in awe of the people who give

of themselves to make Moeller High School an amazing

place. And not just for the four years that they are a

student or a parent of a student at the school – but for

20, 30, and 40 years.”

Mikki Graff added, “Part of the project included gathering

‘I am a Man of Moeller” statements from students and

alumni who shared how Moeller had changed their

lives,” she said. “We knew it was going to be a powerful

message, but when I read the hundreds of responses

coming into the Graff Designs office, they brought tears

to my eyes. I hope that the teachers, parents, coaches,

administrators, and volunteers realize that they have

made a meaningful difference in so many lives.” M

Exhibit Content

After several months of research, in July 2011 the

Graff Designs team presented their content proposal to

the committee. “We have developed this content using

the surveys, magazines, and other provided source material,”

explained Mikki Graff. “Obviously, space constraints

keep us from including the hundreds of people who

have ‘built’ Moeller.”

To assist with this part of the process, the Moeller

steering committee enlisted a few school “experts” who

had lived and experienced much of Moeller’s history

and who could provide a fair perspective: Barry Borman

’64 (one of the 196 original freshmen in 1960 – and who

returned in 1969 to teach), Bill Braun ’72 (returned to

teach in 1977), and Carl Kremer (began his tenure in 1984).

Together, they worked with President Bill Hunt and others

to whittle through the choices the Graffs presented. “We

knew from the beginning that this would be the most

difficult part,” said Hunt. “Even though it’s a sizable

exhibit, to condense the incredibly rich history into the

space we did have was a real challenge. At several

points I stood back and reveled in peoples’ remembrances

of times, places, incidents, etc. that have shaped

this remarkable school. And, as usual, most of the memories

centered around people, their powerful stories, and

the building of the Moeller Family.”

Brief Honorary Biographies

“Although coming up with the first honorary biographies was difficult in many ways,” said Geiger, “we also knew that

we would be able to update these every year. There are so many people who deserve to be represented under each of

the five Characteristics of a Marianist Education. Our goal this year is to create a process so that each fall we can

honor and recognize five new individuals and continually update the honorary bio panels.”

2011-12 Honorary Biographies

Mission: Father Chaminade, Henry Moeller,

Brother Eveslage, The Marianists,

Charism: Brother Flaherty, Blane Collison, and

John Massarella

Marianist Characteristics

Faith Formation: Brother Wanda & Father Leshney

Quality Education: Ken Schlotman &

Brother Lohrey

Family Spirit: Gerry Faust & Barry Borman ’64

Service, Justice & Peace: Brother Ron Luksic &

Mike Moroski

Adaptation & Change: Dan Ledford ’66 & Bill Hunt

Then & Now Panels

Faith Formation: Pastoral Ministry

Quality Education: Student Government

Service, Justice & Peace: Social Justice

Adaptation & Change: Technology

The Timeline project grew out of the Communications Committee's

50th Anniversary planning. Several members of the committee are

pictured above, from left: Advancement Director Debbie Geiger,

Volunteer Peg Ashbrock, Development Associate Mary Fischer,

Volunteer Margaret Stevenson, Communications Director Johanna

Kremer, Volunteer Louise Hoelker, and Volunteer Jennifer Sturgis.

Mikki and Daniel Graff were the designers of the Timeline project.

My Experience

Faith: Catino Family

Quality Education: Magner Family

Family Spirit: Buckley Family

Service, Justice & Peace: Michael Suter ’80

Adaptation & Change: John Boehner ’68

Mini-Timelines

Mission: Alumni Teachers, Athletic

Championships, Principals

Faith Formation: Mass/Chapel

Family Spirit: Dances

Service, Justice & Peace: Missions

Adaptation & Change: Campus/Buildings

Moe-ology

Mission: Defined

Faith: Kairos

Quality Education: Art

Family Spirit: House System

Service, Justice & Peace: The Brothers

Adaptation & Change: Theater


Education in the Family Spirit

Crusader Connections

From Phil Kreiner,

Alumni Association President

Fellow Alumni,

From the recent 50th Anniversary to the culmination of an outstanding

reunion year and dedication of a new Timeline exhibit, great things are

happening at Moeller High, and I couldn’t be prouder to call this my alma

mater and serve as your president of the Alumni Association.

We continue to recruit and build our class captains for each graduating

year so that we can spread the good news, network, and engage the now

more than 10,000 alums who are the “Men of Moeller.” We need your help!

If you would like to join our team of class captains, please call the Alumni

Office at (513) 791-1680, ext. 1310, to find out how

you can help. You will see a complete listing of the

current class captains in this publication, and several

openings are still available. We ask you to consider

serving your class as we move forward with great

initiatives and support for Moeller.

We hope you have enjoyed the first of many alumni

electronic newsletters. We look forward to communicating

with you our current school news, events, and alumni

connections. If you haven’t received your copy, please

contact the Alumni Office or email Mary Fischer at

MFischer@Moeller.org to update your email address.

In February we will be conducting a special

contest for our alumni. When you go to our website

(www.Moeller.org) and select “Alumni,” you will be

given an opportunity to register online. By registering,

we will also be able to serve you better by keeping

We continue to

recruit and build

our class captains

for each graduating

year so that we can

spread the good

news, network, and

engage the now

more than 10,000

alums who are the

“Men of Moeller.”

our alumni network current.

Once you register, you will

also be entered into a drawing

for a free iPad! So spread

the word!

From left: John George ’74 and Alumni

Association President Phil Kreiner ’76,

key leaders within the alumni organization

The 2011-12 Moeller Alumni

Association Class Captains

If you are interested in joining

our Class Captain Team, please

contact the Alumni Office at

(513) 791-1680, ext. 1310. We

welcome your support in helping

with the Alumni Association’s

initiatives and events for the

2011-12 year! If you are not

receiving monthly electronic emails, please

call Mary Fischer at (513) 791-1680, ext. 1310,

or email MFischer@Moeller.org, or login to

https://netmoeller.moeller.org/login/

to register and update your records.

Education in the Family Spirit

Crusader Connections

Special Recognition to the

Alumni of the Class of 2011

Charlie Fiessinger ’11

Man of Moeller

Award

(University of

Notre Dame)

Jack Schlueter ’11

Gold Shield Award

(University of Dayton)

Nick Lefke ’11

Blessed Father

Chaminade Award

(College of

Mt. St. Joseph)

YEAR Name EMAIL

1980 Robert G. Winterman rwinterman@sibcycline.com

1981 Timothy M. Dirr timdirr@gmail.com

1981 Lawrence G. Kuhlman larry@bramkamp.com

1982 Thomas J. Breitenbach tbreits@fuse.net

1982 Rob Ebel Rebel@fuse.net

1983 Joseph D. Foley jd.foley@hotmail.com

1984 Jeff A. Schnedl JASCO@fuse.net

1985 Joseph A. Novello joe@unifiedcapital.net

1985 James A. Stofko jstofko@moeller.org

1986 Raymond J. Hilvert ray.hilvert@newbalance.com

1986 Timothy E. Marklay tmarklay@pumptek.com

1986 R. Kent McKenzie kentmckenzie@cinci.rr.com

1986 Stephen J. Weis weis@gemcompanies.com

1987 Francis W. Asbrock casbrock@cinci.rr.com

1988 Joseph W. Hodge jhodge@edgegp.com

1988 Robert A. Hornback hornback.ra@pg.com

1989 Kevin Manley kevin@greendiamondgallery.com

1989 Gregory T. Stofko gstofko@cypressrx.com

1990 Mike Beerman haveabeerman@yahoo.com

1991 Michael S. Bohmer michael.bohmer@lpl.com

1992 Joseph M. Cameron jcams15@gmail.com

1993 Joseph M. Schimpf jschimpf@sgmlawfirm.com

1994 Brian M. Fitzpatrick bmfitz99@gmail.com

1994 Nicholas G. Hodge nick.hodge@kroger.com

1994 Andrew J. Shafer shafer45@hotmail.com

1995 Andrew Kwiatkowski armkwi@yahoo.com

1996 Joseph P. Buckley joseph_buckley4@yahoo.com

1997 Justin Bayer justinbayer@me.com

1998 Nathan R. Reed reednathan2@yahoo.com

1999 Scott Jones Jonesy_26_xu@yahoo.com

1999 Andrew B. Albers ALBERS123@GMAIL.COM

1999 Daniel M. Stringer mrdstringer@gmail.com

2000 Michael P. Munafo mmunafo@aerotek.com

2000 Mark D. Purdy purdyophthalmics@gmail.com

2001 Opening Available

2002 Anthony E. Cunningham t.cunningham12@yahoo.com

2002 Michael J. Welker mwelker@tmgideas.com

2003 Phillip R. Lane phillip.r.lane@gmail.com

2004 Vincent W. Vicario vvicario@perfectnorm.com

2005 Opening Available

2006 Joe Huffman Josephl.@huffman@gmail.com

2006 Adam J. Scheidler scheids6@aol.com

2007 Opening Available

2008 Matt McCormick mattmccormick@gmail.com

2008 Anthony J. Rack rack2088@yahoo.com

2009 Zachary M. Freeman plaezf@msn.com

2010 Opening Available

The 2011 Alumni Awardees

R. DEAN MEISZER,

BROTHER EVESLAGE AWARD:

Presented to an individual who through

years of tireless effort has made significant

contributions to the growth of Moeller:

Dean Meiszer is a co-founder and president

of CBank. The bank was formed in

2007 to provide Commercial Banking

services to locally owned companies in

the Greater Cincinnati market.

Furthermore, CBank provides private

banking products and services to the

area business owners and professionals in our community.

Prior to forming CBank, Dean had a 17-year investment and

merchant banking career with The Crisler Company and other related

enterprises. Upon graduation from Bowling Green State University,

he joined Key Bank where he worked for his first 11 years while

simultaneously earning an MBA at Xavier University.

He and his wife, Susan, have two children, Nicholas ’06 and Natalie

(MND ’08). Dean is the past chair of Moeller’s Finance Committee and

vice chair of the Advisory Board where he worked closely with the

Moeller administration for eight years.

CAMERON JAY RAINS ’74,

DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARD:

Presented to a graduate who has given

outstanding service to his

community and who has distinguished

himself as a Moeller alumnus:

Jay Rains is a partner with DLA Piper,

one of the world’s largest law firms,

where he is global co-chair of the firm’s

Corporate and Securities Group and a

member of the firm’s executive committee.

The respected English research firm

Chambers & Partners lists Jay in Chambers USA: America’s Leading

Lawyers for Business, noting that “He is known for the high quality of

his work.” Jay has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America

and as a San Diego “Super Lawyer.” Additionally, the San Diego Daily

Transcript named him among San Diego County's Top Attorneys,

“the peer-selected best and brightest in San Diego’s legal arena.”

YEAR Name EMAIL

1964 Opening Available

1965 Robert P. Niehaus NiehausRP53@aol.com

1966 Pat Monahan pmonahan@columbus.rr.com

As we enter the Christmas

1967 David E. Schlueter bluemont77@yahoo.com

season, I ask you to prayerfully

1968 Timothy J. Albers timjalbers@yahoo.com

consider a gift to the Moeller

1968 Gregory K. Rairden grairden@pssd.com

Annual Fund. You may choose

1968 John N. Widmeyer jnwidmeyer@fuse.net

to designate your gift to support

1969 Opening Available

a scholarship sponsored by

1970 Michael J. Hacker michael.hackerge.com

your class year that will

1971 Dennis J. Riedmiller dennisr@riedmiller.com

benefit a son of an alumni

1971 Mark A. Wellinghoff mwellinghoff@hcmg.com

Jay is a past president of the Century Club of San Diego and

who wishes to receive a Moeller education…the

1972 Thomas R. Wolf wolfmtdr@zoomtown.com

was the general chairman of the 2000 Buick Invitational. He served

1973 William R. MacEachen macagcy@fuse.net

same education that you received and cherish today.

as chairman of the local organizing committee, the Friends of Torrey

1974 Martin T. Lavelle mtl@zoomtown.com

From all my work at Moeller over the past years,

Pines, that raised $3.5 million for the restoration of Torrey Pines

1974 James D. Leugers LEUGIE@AOL.COM

I can assure you that it is the best gift and investment

South. Jay was the co-general chairman of the 2008 U.S. Open and

1974 John George jjgeorge@fuse.net

you can make. As always, keep the “Men of Moeller

a member of the Executive Committee of the U.S. Golf Association

1974 Allen G. Vonderhaar agvonder@yahoo.com

tradition strong!

1975 James A. Donnellon jdonnellon@barnesdennig.com

from 2003-10, serving three years as vice president.

1976 John W. Fead jwfco@fuse.net

A 1978 graduate of the College of Holy Cross (Mass.) where he

Take Care and God Bless,

1976 Philip J. Kreiner pjkreiner@cinci.rr.com

1976 Mark S. Kuhlman kuhlman513@gmail.com

was a two-year football letterman, Jay received his law degree from

1977 Gerald J. Shannon gshans4@gmail.com

the University of Notre Dame in 1981, where he was also a graduate

1978 Thomas M. Woebkenberg tmwoebkenberg@woodlamping.com

assistant football coach for the Fighting Irish. He joined his current

1979 John M. Costello john.costello@neacelukens.com

law firm that same year.

1979 Jeffrey P. Heidel caheidel@yahoo.com

Phil Kreiner ’76, Moeller High School

1979 Pat J. Morgan pat@morganhoffmanins.com

Jay lives in San Diego with his wife, Kathleen, and their daughter,

Alumni Association President

1980 John G. Meyer jmeyer@raymeyersigns.com

Courtney. Their son and daughter-in-law, Cameron and Elizabeth, live

1980 Michael E. Suter mike.suter@emerson.com

in San Diego as well.

2011 Jack Schlueter University of Dayton

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Education in the Family Spirit

Crusader Connections

ALUMNI CALENDAR DECEMBER 2011

Basketball Alumni Night:

FEBRUARY

MOELLER SPORTS STAG –

Mark your calendar for

Thursday, February 23, 2012!

We are pleased to announce Phil

Castellini, Chief Operations Officer for

the Cincinnati Reds, as the featured

guest for the Moeller Sports Stag!

Joining Phil for an exciting night to celebrate

the Cincinnati Reds is

Jeff Brantley, “The Cowboy” radio broadcaster

from the Cincinnati Reds Radio

Network and major league

All-Star pitcher. On hand for the evening

2012 REUNIONS

31 • FALL/WINTER 2011

Photos complements of Dennis Cronin ’64

will be a number of honored and

distinguished guests who will make

this a spectacular event.

Chair Nick Hodge ’94, along with

Co-chair Mark Doran, are excited to

be working with a great group of

staff and volunteers to make this a

great Stag for 2012. To volunteer or

purchase a sponsorship, contact the

Alumni Office at Alumni@Moeller.org

or (513) 791-1680, ext. 1310.

Registration begins January 1, 2012.

Paul Keels '75, the voice of the

Buckeyes, will be the 2012 Stag MC.

Our Class Captains and

organizers led a great

reunion weekend in October

that included a well-fought

victory football game

against the LaSalle Lancers,

golf, a stag, and a very well

attended alumni social.

The Alumni Office is

committed to hosting

numerous reunion events

in the coming year, so

SAVE THE DATE! The

2012 reunions will be held

the weekend of Friday,

October 5, 2012, and will

feature the Moeller

Crusaders vs. Elder

Panthers. All alumni in

the Classes of 1967, 1972,

1977, 1982, 1987, 1992,

1997, 2002, and 2007 will

be invited to celebrate in

2012! If you are interested

in planning your reunion

activities, please contact

the Alumni Office at

(513) 791-1680, ext. 1310,

or email

Alumni@Moeller.org.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Moeller vs. Middletown 7:30 PM

See www.Moeller.org (Support Moeller – Alumni)

or www.LetsGoBigMoe.com for more information

or contact the Alumni Office at (513) 791-1680,

ext. 1310.

MARCH

THE MOELLER ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PROUDLY

PRESENTS: LIFE PLANNING FOR RETIREMENT

DATE: Wednesdays,

March 7 & 14

TIME: 7-9 PM

PLACE: Chaminade Library

COST: $59

(Note: The tuition covers one workbook and registration

for an individual and guest/spouse/partner.)

WORKSHOP CONTENT:

Life Planning for Retirement, Retirement Needs

and Expenses, Retirement Roadblocks and

Mistakes, Retirement Income Sources, Retirement

Plan Distributions, Investments, Risk Management

and Asset Protection, Estate Planning

RSVP: The Financial Network Group,

(513) 469-7500, ext. 0

MORE INFO: Moeller Advancement Director

Debbie Geiger at DGeiger@Moeller.org

WORKSHOP SPONSOR:

Edward J. Finke ’64, President

The Financial Network Group

www.thefinancialnetworkgroup.com

MARCH

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Father-Son Mass & Breakfast

9 AM

Moeller Auditorium and Cafeteria

APRIL

Saturday, April 21, 2012

MoeTown!

Savannah Center in West Chester, OH

Proceeds benefit the Moeller Tuition

Assistance Program. See

the Moeller website,

www.Moeller.org

(Support Moeller), for

online registration. For

more information, contact

Main Event Coordinator

Marcia Lechner at

(513) 791-1680, ext. 1304,

or email her at

MLechner@Moeller.org.

MAY

SAVE THE DATE!

Moeller Red’s Night

Friday, May 11, 2012,

vs. the Washington Nationals

Watch for more details in the

coming months…

ALUMNI BOARD

MEETINGS: The Alumni Association

Board meets the following dates at

7 PM in Moeller’s Board Room:

Thursday, January 19, 2012

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Thursday, May 17, 2012

When Eric Fischer graduated from

Moeller in 1998, he was certain that a

career in baseball was his ultimate goal.

He had a choice

“Coach Cameron taught me and was faced

discipline, hard work and with a good

opportunity with

winning,” said Fischer.

the Chicago

“It’s not just good enough White Sox.

to put on a uniform. You For many

18-year-old

have to know how to win.”

graduates,

this path is not always so clear and

certainly not always obtainable.

Besides the obvious talent,

Eric grew and matured as

an athlete at Moeller.

“Coach Cameron taught

me discipline, hard work

and winning,” said Fischer.

“It’s not just good enough

to put on a uniform. You

have to know how to win.

A good teacher or coach

knows how to get you to

perform at your highest

level. Losing builds

character, but knowing and expecting

how to win leads to success.”

Fischer spent eight years as a

professional pitcher with the

Chicago White Sox followed by the

Minnesota Twins. Although he did

some acting locally as a child in

Cincinnati, it was when he left baseball

in 2007, moved to L.A., finished his

degree at Cal State University, and

created eFish Entertainment, that he

began a whole new career path.

Moeller prepared me to go to work

in the job force,” said Fischer. “It’s

different going directly into college

after high school. I was thrown right

into professional sports. That’s a job.

And Moeller prepared me to do it well.”

Fast-forward to July 2011: Eric

Fischer is now an accomplished

actor, writer, and movie producer.

He and his wife, Brianna Lee

Johnson, have paired together in

their career and in life. They visited

Cincinnati to begin work on their

latest project, Seven Below, an indie

thriller starring Val Kilmer. The story

centers on a group of strangers

trapped in a time warp house where a

Crusaders in the News

From Pitcher to Producer…

But Always a “Man of Moeller

By Mary Fischer, Development Associate

terrible event transpired

exactly 100

years prior.

While working

in Cincinnati,

Fischer visited

Moeller and sought

out a current Moeller

Crusader who might

be interested in helping

on the movie set with

production work and experiencing

a movie production first-hand. He

wanted a student who was passionate

about this type of work

and who would benefit

from this very valuable

experience.

Current senior Tim

Valentine was the obvious

choice. Tim’s Moeller

rally videos are renowned

throughout the school,

and many clips have been

featured on the Moeller

website (www.Moeller.org).*

While on vacation in North

Carolina, Valentine received a call

from Eric inviting him to participate as

an on-set intern production assistant.

“At the time, I had no clue what I

was getting myself into,” says

Valentine. “I was able to shadow

different people each day and pick

up techniques and skills needed for

that particular

job. While on

the set I had a

discussion with

the writer of the

movie, Kevin

Carraway, on

the process of

writing a movie.

It was great!”

Tim worked

for two months,

showing up six

days a week,

12 hours a day,

observing and

learning all the

different pieces

that make up a

film. “I walked

away after two

Tim Valentine

*Tim’s most recent video production – and

one of his most popular to date – features a

clever music promo for the annual Canned

Food Drive. He created this clip with senior

Jake Alexander, and it’s available on YouTube.

months having learned

many camera

techniques, different

lighting skills, the

writing process,

and editing work

that takes place in

making a film. The

experience was life

changing and has

helped me in my quest of

gaining a better understanding

of the process of how a film is created.

I am very grateful to Eric Fischer.”

Fischer has been delighted with

the experience and the opportunity

to help out a fellow Moeller student.

He visited two classrooms and spoke

to some aspiring videography students

regarding his own personal story.

“Tim really knocked it out the park,”

commented Fischer. “If this is an

inclination of what Moeller is breeding

in students, they are in very good

shape. Moeller students should be

very proud of whatever uniform they

are wearing, class they are studying,

and the diploma they are receiving.

They should be very proud.”

When asked if Fischer had any

advice for the current student body

or future “Men of Moeller,” he simply

stated, “If the door is closed in front

of you, don’t push it open – take it

off its hinges!”

“Ever since I took the

video production class at

Moeller my sophomore year

I have been interested in

film,” said Tim Valentine.

“I have been on the set of

the movie Seven Below,

worked for the company

Videograyphics, and created

my own short movie clips

with Jake Alexander for

Moeller. Using my talents

to help others allows me to

have fun and help out the

Moeller community.

I plan on studying film

in college, and I dream

of someday being on the

set of my own movie.”

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Education in the Family Spirit

Crusader Connections

Mike Ward ’86:

Adventure at Sea

By Mary Fischer, Development Associate

Weddings

Moeller extends its best wishes to the

following graduates and faculty who

have/will “tie the knot”:

Mike Ward ’86 still walks the halls of Moeller High School.

In his 20th year of teaching, he is a recognizable

figure whose passion for teaching the Men of

Moeller has never diminished. Many a graduate

enters their college career a better student for his

influence on them in science and math. But there

is another activity that he enjoys almost as much

as teaching…sailing.

This past July, Mike and Tim Erdmann, a fellow

Moeller science teacher, along with two other sailors

departed southern Virginia for a 680-mile Atlantic

crossing to Bermuda. Their vessel was Mike’s 1977

Westsail 32 cutter, the Seahawk. While onboard the

six-plus days excursion, they were able to observe

flying fish, a pod of dolphins playing in the bow wave,

and “unbelievable sunrises, sunsets, and stars!”

Upon arrival, the four couples enjoyed experiencing

island life, eating out, and swimming “on some of

the most beautiful beaches in the world,” Mike said.

“We also attended Sunday morning service at the

oldest African-American church on the island.

What an experience!”

On the night before his return voyage, Mike’s

adventure began to foreshadow rougher waves

ahead. “I had a major accident with the boat’s wind

generator—a large windmill that generates electricity

for the boat,” he explained. “I was taken to the

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Network to Washington, D.C.

hospital by a wonderful local family and, after a

night in the ER, had surgery on my scalp. My

fiancée Heidi extended her trip to help me recover,

and we were truly amazed and humbled at the

hospitality, friendliness, and concern of the locals.”

Undaunted, Mike soon prepared for the

voyage home. “My goal and dream was to make

a single-hand passage,” he said.

For the first two days the winds were fickle,

and then a storm began to brew. “I spent the next

36 hours changing sails, tending to mechanical

issues, fixing broken equipment, navigating, etc.

all while trying to maintain my sleeping and eating

patterns,” he said. “That 36-hour span was one of

the most challenging periods of my life. Towards

the end of the storm I was experiencing 20-30

knot winds with wave heights approaching 15 feet.

I felt the power of those at home praying for me

as I had to frequently dig down into my reserves

to get things done.”

“In summary,” he said, “the trip was one of the

most beautiful, awesome, and challenging experiences

I have ever had. I feel that I have grown tremendously

through the adversities I faced. What’s more,

I will always be able to say that I crossed an

ocean on my own boat.”

Burbrink, Rick ’66

retired from the United

States Post Office after

37 years in management.

He is now employed with ICF as an

analyst/engineer. He and his wife,

Pam, have five grandchildren.

Monahan, John ’66

recently retired from

service with the

Amberly Village Police

Department after 37 1/2 years, the

last 18 as police and fire chief. He

and his wife, Donna, have three

children and nine grandchildren

with one on the way. John currently

is an appraiser and realtor.

Monahan, Pat ’66 has

been involved as a board

member of Community

Chest and the village

mayor of Shawnee Hills, OH, for

the last four years. He is happily

married to his wife, Julia, since

2004. They met as army veterans

marching in a Memorial Day

parade. Pat’s children are grown,

and he has 13 grandchildren. He

served in the US Army as a staff

sergeant in Vietnam.

O’Connor, John ’66 has been

self-employed for nearly 40 years,

providing security for Archbishop

Moeller High School for 29 years.

His wife, Diane, has worked for

American Airlines for 25 years.

His son, Tony, runs cross country

and track for Lakota East and his

daughter, Tiffany, holds a 3.8 GPA.

John has six grandchildren and

loves to travel.

Rivers, Dan ’66 retired

in 2003 from teaching

history, American

government, and

economics for the Cincinnati

Public Schools. He currently works

as a volunteer at the Edgar Cayce

Foundation in Virginia Beach

where he writes dream analysis

and interpretation for clients and

frequently gives talks on the subject.

Dan enjoys flying after earning his

private pilot’s license in 1995.

Snell, Jim ’66 is a

Vietnam era veteran

serving in the Air

Force 1967-71.

He has been married 38 plus years

to his wife, Pam. They have one

daughter, Erin, and one grandson,

with a second grandchild born in

October 2011.

Michelle Lynn

Millennor and

Matt Rooks ’98,

July 2, 2011.

Births

Katie Pontius and

Kevin Buckley ’02,

October 1, 2011.

Congratulations to the following couples:

Stephanie and Mark

Schaeper ’90, son,

Matthew Lloyd

Schaeper, May 10,

2011, in Mooresville, NC.

Leah and Jason Topits

’99, son, Jackson

Robert Topits, July 15,

2011.

Moeller is expanding its alumni network by beginning

the process to open a new chapter in Washington, D.C.

Kevin Kimener ’98, one of the organizers of this initiative,

explains why. "With Moeller alumni having forged

great strides in the business, political, philanthropic, and

academic communities, developing these local chapters

nationwide will help spread awareness of Moeller’s

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mission and impact,”

he said. “It will also

expand support for

select initiatives,

exploring the alumni's

ability to influence

their communities, and increase networking and leadership

opportunities. We are only limited by our imagination.”

After meeting with the Speaker of the House John

Boehner ’68 at his office on Capitol Hill, the chapter

organizers – Kevin, along with President Bill Hunt,

Bro. Ron Luksic, and Erik Traynham ’98 – hosted a

small alumni gathering at The Army & Navy

Club (photo left).

President Bill Hunt and Bro. Ron Luksic, S.M., recently

traveled to Washington, D.C., to begin developing a new

alumni chapter. Pictured, from left: Erik Traynham ’98, Bill

Hunt, John Boehner ’68, Kevin Kimener ’98, Bro. Ron

Luksic, S.M., and Dave Schnittger ’89.

Wenstrup, Steve ’66 is

a management consultant

for Wenstrup Management

Consulting. He retired from

Procter & Gamble after 29 years

of service. After graduation from

the University of Cincinnati, Steve

served in the US Army as an army

field artillery officer in the US,

Germany, and South Korea. He

and his wife, Carolyn, have been

married for over 40 years and

have two married children and five

grandchildren. Tim stays busy with

many parish and church-related

volunteer activities. (The Wenstrup

Family pictured above.)

Steve Backhus ’67

passed away from

complications of

cancer on April 11, 2011. He is

survived by his wife, Rosanne,

and their four children:

Theresa, Cristine, Annie, and

Michael. Steve wrestled,

golfed, and ran cross country

at Moeller. He graduated from

UC and worked for the GAO

after earning his MBA from

Case Western Reserve.

Steve served in Germany

early in his career. His family

resides in the Washington DC

area. (The Backhus Family

pictured above.)

Emmy and Andy Dumond

’04, son, Adrian Dumond,

August 29, 2011.

FACULTY/STAFF BIRTHS

Jenny and Zach Gagel

’95, son, Matthew David

Gagel, October 4, 2011.

Melanie and Matt Johnson,

son, Jacob Charles Johnson,

October 3, 2011 (not pictured).

Abby and Doug Rosfeld

’97, daughter, Adele

Faith Rosfeld,

September 14, 2011.

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Family Spirit

Alumni Notes

Lohstroh Jr., Robert ’71

and his wife, Cynthia,

have five children and

reside in Cincinnati.

In July 2009, Robert

underwent a double lung transplant

at Methodist Hospital in

Indianapolis. Since recovering,

he volunteers with Lifecenter in

Cincinnati and goes to various

events to promote organ donations

and a non-smoking lifestyle.

Albrinck, John ’76 and Sandy

were married in 1988 and have two

children: Steve, who graduated

from Moeller in 2008, and

Michelle, who will graduate

from Mt. Notre Dame in 2012.

Asbrock, John ’76 and Rhonda

were married Sept. 27, 1980.

Their son, Mark, is a Wright

State graduate and in the Army

Reserves. Their daughter, Emily,

is a Northern Kentucky

University graduate. Mark has

worked as a trooper for the Ohio

State Highway Patrol for more

than 27 years.

Bauer, John ’76 is a Midwest

regional manager for Sato

America, Inc. He and his wife,

Ann, have been married for 26

years and have two children,

Leah and Evan.

Day, James ’76 is

a primary care

physician for the

Eastern Hills Internal Medical

practice. He graduated from The

Ohio State University Medical

School in 1984 and completed

the Christ Hospital Residency

Internal Medicine program in

1987. He and his wife, Cynthia,

have been married for 30 years

and have three children.

Huiet, Tom ’76

works as the HUD

project manager and

electric inspector for

Middletown. He and his wife,

Teresa, reside in that city and

have seven children.

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Kuhlman, Mark ’76

works in sales for

Case Paper Company.

His wife, Leslie, is executive

director at Ruah Woods which

teaches Theology of the Body.

They have two children, Laura

and Sara. Laura is in her third

year of formation at Mater

Ecclesiae College and is

pursuing a religious vocation.

Sara is a sophomore at High Point

University studying education

and playing Division Il lacrosse.

Schneider, Jim ’76 moved to

Tampa, FL, in 1988 to enjoy the

sun and beach. He still loves it

there and now considers

Cincinnati a nice place to visit,

although he misses the town,

restaurants, and friends. He

works as a pharmacist with

Walmart and has three children:

Kate, Brad, and Alli.

Bauer, William ’81 is a

senior engineer for the

Ford Motor Company.

He graduated from the

University of Dayton in 1985

with a mechanical engineering

degree and a master’s degree in

engineering management from

Wayne state University. He

and his wife, Tracy, have two

children, Alee and Eric.

Suter, Matt ’81

graduated from the

University of Dayton in

1985 and has been employed by

P&G for the last 26 years.

Married to Kelly for 17 years,

they have four children: Holly

(15), Thomas (14), Katie (12),

and Patrick (10). He is active

in his church and coaching all

four children.

Braig, Kevin ’86 and his wife,

Kristen, moved into their current

home at Indian Lake in 2004.

They have two children, Ryan

and Annie, who enjoy summer

lake life. In the fall of 2010,

Kevin took his dad (a lifelong

Green Bay Packers fan) to

Lambeau Field to see the

Packers beat the Detroit Lions.

Koetter, Tim ’86

graduated from the

University of

Cincinnati with a

degree in mechanical engineering.

Tim worked in North Carolina,

Mississippi, and Kentucky

before settling back in Cincinnati.

He and his wife, Lori, have three

children: Alex (8), Ellie (6), and

Sarah (4), and they live in

Evendale. He has worked for

Covidien for 15 years.

King, Tim ’81 has spent the last 15 years as

a funeral director for Tufts Schildmeyer Family

Funeral Homes, Inc. He began his career in

1997 after going back to school and graduating from the

Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. He originally

graduated from the University of Dayton in 1985 and spent

nine years teaching high school science and coaching

football. Tim is married to Mira, and they have two daughters.

(Tim King and his family pictured above.)

Schwarber, Tom ’86

graduated from

The Ohio State

University. He had a

short stint in the minor leagues

with the Detroit Tigers. Tom

married Lynn Giroud and three

years later had triplet boys. A

year and a day later they had a

girl! He enjoys time with family

and has spent the last five years

as the pitching coach for the

Middletown Middies varsity

team. He works as a sales

consultant for Smith and Nephew.

Shea, Pat ’86 and his wife, Meg,

have been married and living in

Madeira since 1997. They have

two daughters, Carley and Macy.

In 2009 he was elected to the

Madeira Board of Education and is

currently serving as vice president.

Pat has been the national sales

manager at Cincinnati Metals for

more than four years now.

Sauer, John ’91

owns and operates

two Skyline Chili

restaurants in

Maineville and Centerville. He

and his wife, Heather, have twin

boys born in 2006.

Hall, Wade Benton

’94 was promoted to

the rank of chief petty

officer aboard the

carrier USS Dwight D.

Eisenhower CVN 69. When the

carrier returned to home port

of Norfolk, VA, his parents

attended his pinning where the

sailors had their insignia of rank

and golden anchors pinned to

their collars. Wade is engaged

to marry Marybeth Suson from

the Philippine Islands.

Frondorf, James ’96

is an assistant vice

president of credit

services for the

Federal Home Loan Bank of

Cincinnati. He earned an MBA

in finance from the University of

Cincinnati in 2009 and has been

married to his wife, Beth, since

2004. They have three children

and reside in Union, KY.

Molloy, Justin '96 was recently

promoted to assistant professor

at the University of Oklahoma

School of Art & Art History’s

Visual Communication Program.

Justin and his wife, Rachel, now

call the Sooner State home and are

currently living in the university

community of Norman, a

suburb of Oklahoma City.

Pictured above, Dylan Russell and Garrett Hevesi Cass,

grandchildren of Moeller staff member Debi Cass and

her husband Norm, enjoy pre-game Moeller Crusader

football activities.

Cameron, Eric ’06

was a 2011 graduate of

Indiana University

where he was a

four-year starter on the

wrestling team and a two-time

NCAA finalist.

Stanek, Joe ’06

graduated from

the University of

Cincinnati in

December 2010. During his

four years at UC he worked

for the football team and

currently is employed as a

videographer for the

University of Tennessee.

In Memoriam

We express our condolences and deepest

sympathies to the families and friend’s

of these and other members of the

Moeller Family who have passed on:*

Asbrock, Raymond

Backhus, Steve ’67

Barnes, Gerald

Billups, David ’67

Borgert, Edwin

Eckley, David

Galinari, Chip ’65

Hanley, Audrey

Geiger, Chris ’04

graduated in May

2011 with his master’s

in business administration from

Thomas More College. He is

currently employed with Unilever

as a category management

manager and was relocated to

Minneapolis, MN, in November.

(Pictured left, Debbie, Chris, and

Bill Geiger at Thomas More

College graduation, May 2011.)

Geyman, Matt ’06 graduated with his bachelor’s in

mechanical engineering from the University of

Dayton in December 2010. He began his master’s

degree in aerospace engineering at UD in January 2011

and has been completing his thesis research at Wright-

Patterson Air Force Base. He presented his ongoing thesis

research at the American Institute of Aeronautics and

Astronautics 29th Applied Aerodynamics Conference in

Waikiki, HI, in June 2011. (Pictured above, Matt Geyman

on a recent visit to Hawaii.)

Hennigan, Thomas ’72

Morand, Robert

Morthorst, Arthur

Reilly, Ruth

Schlie, Thomas

Valerius, Marian

Wagner, Dorothy

* In our last issue we incorrectly included Mike Simon ’83. His family

assures us Mike is alive and well, and his software company, LogMeIn,

that we noted in last year’s fall/winter edition continues to thrive.

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