Traditions

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A COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL

ALUMNI MAGAZINE WINTER 2015

ST. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL

traditions

Celebrating 140 Years of Milestones and Memories

Varsity Baseball Field


This year St. Mary’s High School is celebrating its 140th year in the Stockton community. We are having a number of activities

celebrating our school’s history.

Beginning on Friday, August 28, we celebrated a school-wide Mass on the exact day St. Mary’s opened in 1876. Bishop

Stephen Blaire was the celebrant for this Opening Mass. With him was Father Richard Morse, O.S.F.S., current pastor of St.

Mary’s of the Annunciation Catholic Church in Oakdale, CA. Father Morse was one of the first Oblates from Toledo, Ohio that

came to St. Mary’s in 1970 and served as the Dean of Boys. Also assisting in the liturgy was Father John George, O.S.F.S.,

who is an Oblate of St. Francis de Sales from India. Father John George has been a member of our staff for three years. Also

in attendance were representatives from the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael - Sister Maureen McInerney, Prioress General,

Sister Gervaise Valpey (’57), Sister Abby Newton and Sister Katherine Hamilton. Sister Gervaise spoke to the students about

her memories as a student at St. Mary’s.

Father John Fallon, O.S.F.S, President Emeritus, gave the students a history of St. Mary’s High School from the beginnings to the current location. In

addition, there were other distinguished guests at this Mass along with members of the Class of 1957 who were the first graduating class at the El Dorado

Street campus.

Other events this year to celebrate our 140 years of Catholic secondary education includes the President’s Club Dinner on November 8, 2015. The special

guest speaker is Pat McCaskey who is a Chicago Bears board member, author of two books and known for his Catholic faith. In addition, St. Mary’s will

have a display at the Haggin Museum on the history of St. Mary’s in Stockton. We are also planning a gala dinner on April 16, 2016, to celebrate this

milestone in our school’s history.

At the Mass, the entire student body including teachers and staff, wore green t-shirts with the words: “WE ARE ST. MARY’S, Celebrating 140 Years of

Milestones and Memories.” What we truly celebrate is the many friendships that individuals have established here as students, and we celebrate the

friends who support our mission. Jesus spoke to us about friendship with four simple words. “I call you friends.” (John 15:15). When He spoke those

words to His apostles - and to all of us - Jesus transformed friendship into something divine. Friendship, from that moment, became an imitation of Christ

and a path to holiness.

Friendship draws us outside ourselves, as we care for our friends’ concerns instead of our own. We give friends our time, help, advice, consolation and,

most importantly, our prayers. With every prayer, then, we draw closer to the Lord and to our friends. St. Francis de Sales said, “Those who are in the world

need friendships in order to secure and assist one another amid the many dangerous passages through which they must pass.” Francis called friendship

“a sacred trust” and described a perfect friendship as one that is good, holy and enduring. Friendship, the very heart of Christian life, helps us grow so

that we are better able to know ourselves. St. Mary’s High School has developed over the years many deep and lasting friendships.

As we continue to celebrate, we are reminded that the main purpose of Catholic education is to prepare students to become responsible citizens in

society. The coming events are also a celebration of our ability to educate and to teach religious truths and practices to our students throughout San

Joaquin County.

Indeed, St. Mary’s High School is celebrating 140 years in Catholic secondary education. More importantly we are celebrating that St. Mary’s High School

is a community based on timeless values. With prayer and the intercession of Mary, our Blessed Mother, and Saint Francis de Sales, we will continue to

celebrate God’s blessing on our school and community for another 140 years.

Respectfully in the Lord,

Peter D. Morelli

President


ADMINISTRATION

President Emeritus

Rev. John P. Fallon, O. S. F. S.

President

Mr. Peter D. Morelli ‘69

Principal

Mrs. Kathy Smith

Vice Principal

Mrs. Karen Gherardi ‘71

Academic Dean

Mrs. Alana Weisz ‘04

Director of Student Activities

Mr. Luigi Gherardi

Director of Athletics

Mr. Jim Brusa

Administrative Advisor

Mrs. Kathy Salady ‘59

Deans of Students

Mr. Greg Traverso ‘79

Mrs. Genesta Jackson

3 New Faculty

5 Athletics

6 Around Campus

Traditions is published two times per

year by St. Mary’s High School for

alumni, parents and friends. For more

information, please contact:

St. Mary’s High School

5648 N. El Dorado Street

P.O. Box 7247

Stockton, California 95267-0247

(209) 957-3340

saintmaryshighschool.org

8 Events

10 Annual Report

20 Class Notes

21 In Memoriam


principal’s message

YOU DO THE MATH – CELEBRATING 140

YEARS IN THE STOCKTON COMMUNITY

Kathy Smith

While much has changed since 1876, the mission of Saint Mary’s High School remains at its core the same -

dedicated to the academic excellence that prepares each of our students for college and for a life that reflects

Christian principles.

As we celebrate this milestone, it is evident throughout our history, and almost everywhere you turn, 140 is a

significant number. For example, the above mathematical equation from our Math instructor, Mr. Dwight Swanson,

includes the school phone number, the calendar year, the school address, the zip code, the founding year and the

year St. Mary’s moved to our present school site, all of which equals 140. We have even found our place within

social media in that Twitter is allotted 140 characters.

Although twitter is limited to 140 characters, there is no limit to what Saint Mary’s High School can and will do

in the future. For 140 years of milestones and memories, Saint Mary’s High School has flourished on a strong

foundation. We must challenge ourselves if we are going to continue to move forward. To paraphrase the words

of Pope Francis: We must live in the present, and revere tradition, but we need to take the initiative and create the

future. We need to see today’s opportunity fully because it is the only opportunity we are certain of having. We

cannot shrink from change in a fearful way, but we need to drive change with hope and optimism. We must run to

the future, not from it.

Ms. Laura Wilkinson, our Math Department Chair, noticed that 140 equals the sum of the perfect squares of the

first seven integers.

You do the math:

Saint Mary’s High School may not meet the definition of a mathematical “perfect” square, but for our first 140 years,

near perfection is not so bad. The level of success we have achieved would not be possible if it were not for our

dedicated faculty and staff; you, our partners in the community; our committed leadership from Bishop Stephen

Blaire; our administrators and the Board of Directors.

The title of this publication, Traditions says it all. The 140 th celebration is a memorable time for our school. Saint

Mary’s High School is built on tradition. We look forward to the next 140 years with great excitement.

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It’s never too young to start thinking

about St. Mary’s!


welcome new faculty

Katherine Esau – Fine Arts

• Graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Class of 2006

• She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from California State

University, Sacramento. She is currently earning a Master of Arts in

Education, with an emphasis on Special Education.

• Previously, she was Resource Specialist in San Jose for 2 years.

• She also taught dance in a competitive after-school program.

• Katherine will be teaching foods & nutrition, life skills and our dance

performance class (drill).

Julianne (Isoardi) Harper - Math

• Graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Class of 1978.

• Julianne is a former St. Mary’s teacher –math, religion and speech. She

now returns to teach math.

• Previously, Julianne taught and served as the Dean of Students at

Carondolet High School.

• She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Teaching Credential through San

Francisco State University.

• Julianne is mother to two of our students, Tony (’16) and Laura (’18).

Melissa Milgrim - Science

• Earned a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from California State

University, Fullerton, and holds a Master of Arts in Kinesiology from

California State University, East Bay.

• She was an adjunct professor at Sacramento City College.

• Melissa will be teaching biology and anatomy.

• She is also the Athletic Trainer for our sports teams.

• Melissa and her husband have a young daughter.

Sharon Piasecki - Religion

• Holds a Bachelor of Arts in Inter-American Studies from University of the

Pacific and certification in Catholic Theology from John Paul the Great

Catholic University.

• She works with high school students in exchange student programs

teaching English.

• Sharon served as a Catechist in the St. Luke’s RCIA program for seven

years.

Judy Rajala - English

• Earned Bachelor of Arts from California University in Pennsylvania

and completed post-graduate work at The American University in

Washington, D.C..

• She has taught in Maryland, Pennsylvania and California.

• Judy has 25+ years of experience in English high school education.

• She was also an adjunct professor of writing at the college level for four

years.

• In 2004, Judy was Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year for Lodi.

Matthew Roche - Math

• Earned a Bachelor of Arts in Physics from University of California,

Berkeley.

• He tutors math, anatomy, physiology, chemistry and physics at San

Joaquin Delta College.

• Matthew previously taught math in the summer school program at

Bishop O’Dowd High School.

• He also has choral experience which extends to the Stockton Chorale.

Gianna Stephens - English

• Holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of San Francisco

and a Teaching Credential from Notre Dame University in Belmont.

• She also studied in Florence, Italy.

• She has eight years teaching experience, including four at Presentation

School.

• Gianna has two sons at Saint Mary’s – Jackson (’16) and Joey (’17).

Alana (Ghilotti) Weisz

• Graduate of St. Mary’s High School, Class of 2004.

• Most of us know her by her maiden name, Alana Ghilotti, our former AP

Psychology teacher.

• She has returned after a one-year hiatus and has been named

Academic Dean and Administrator.

• Alana also returns to teach AP Psychology.

• She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of

California, Berkeley, and a Teaching Credential from San Francisco State

University.

Father John P. Fallon, O.S.F.S., Endowment

Your participation ensures our ability to carry on Father Fallon’s wish to empower students with the tools they need

to become the leaders and givers of tomorrow. The income generated from this endowment will provide learning

opportunities inside and outside of the classroom and support dedicated faculty who teach, mentor and inspire

students.

In honor of Father Fallon’s 40 plus years of service to St. Mary’s, we have set forth a long-term plan to ensure the

future stability of the school by creating the Father John P. Fallon, O.S.F.S., Endowment.

The goal is to grow the Endowment large enough so that annual distributions will have a meaningful impact to help

keep tuition low and teachers’ salaries competitive. With sound financial managment and the continued generosity of

our school community, this is achievable. Please contribute to the success of this campaign and make a difference

in the lives of our students. Contact development@saintmaryshighschool.org

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class of 2015

“In the future we will encounter many new and exciting changes—

opportunities in which we can influence each other in ways similar to

how we have been influenced. And in looking forward to the many

possibilities we will all have, I repeat what Mr. Morelli says often, that

you are to be who you are and be that well. This classic line which we

know all too well comes from one of Saint Francis de Sales’ letter to

Saint Jane de Chantal, in which he also said, “Let us be what we are

and be that well so that we can bring honor to the Master Craftsman

whose handiwork we are.” He goes onto say that even if we were to

become the most perfect creatures under heaven, what good would

that do us if we were not as God’s will would have us be. So Class of

2015, as you go on to become the next great

faces of the world, let us never forget to go to

Mass, to pray the rosary, and to love God with

all that you are so that you can become the

person whom God created you to be.”

Peter Rainwater

Valedictorian, Class of 2015

“There’s really something about this class of 2015. Throughout my

four years I have always had this thought lingering in my mind. That

the people who I was surrounded by, had a certain kind of spark.

Like many teachers and parents may have realized, we have never

taken no for an answer. We’ve been able to keep high grades and

test scores, while still staying connected with our fellow friends and

families. We’ve been successful on the courts, fields, and tracks,

while still being successful in the classrooms. We have not been

afraid to question the world around us, to question past beliefs and

methods, and to sometimes question authority;

because, by nature, this class of 2015 does

not settle. We go out there and achieve what

we believe must be achieved. And because of

this, I see us all truly becoming a guiding force

in the years to come.”

Nicholas Magnasco

Salutatorian, Class of 2015

100% of our seniors graduated. Students were offered

$16,266,901 in scholarships and accepted to the

following colleges and universities:

ARIZONA

Arizona State University

CALIFORNIA

American River College

Azusa Pacific University

Cabrillo College

California Baptist University

California Lutheran University

California Maritime Academy

Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

California State University, Channel Islands

California State University, Chico

California State University, East Bay

California State University, Fresno

California State University, Monterey Bay

California State University, Sacramento

California State University, San Bernadino

California State University, Stanislaus

Chapman University

City College of San Francisco

Concordia University - Irvine

Contra Costa College

Cosumnes River College

Culinary Institute of America

Dominican University

East Los Angeles College

Fresno Pacific University

Hartnell College

Humboldt College

Loyola Marymount University

Mission College

Modesto Junior College

Saint Mary’s College of California

San Diego State University

San Francisco State University

San Joaquin Delta College

San Jose State University

Santa Barbara City College

Santa Clara University

Sierra College

Sonoma State University

University of Californa, San Diego

University of California, Berkeley

University of California, Los Angeles

University of California, Riverside

University of California, San Francisco

University of California, Santa Cruz

University of San Diego

University of San Francisco

University of Southern California

University of the Pacific

Universtiy of California, Davis

Whittier College

COLORADO

United States Air Force Academy

University of Colorado, Boulder

GEORGIA

Agnes Scott College

HAWAII

Brigham Young University, Hawaii

University of Hawaii, West O’ahu

IDAHO

Boise State University

INDIANA

University of Notre Dame

KANSAS

University of Kansas

Wichita State University

MASSACHUSETTS

Springfield College

NEBRASKA

Creighton University

NEVADA

University of Nevada, Reno

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Dartmouth College

NEW YORK

Cornell University

Fordham University

Syracuse University

OHIO

Franciscan University of Steubenville

PENNSYLVANIA

Saint Francis College

SOUTH CAROLINA

Clemson University

Furman University

TEXAS

Saint Edward’s University

UTAH

Salt Lake Community College

VIRGINIA

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

WASHINGTON, D.C.

The Catholic University of America

WISCONSIN

University of Wisconsin, Madison

PHILLIPINES

Ateneo de Davao University (Philippines)

Excerpt from Fr. Fallon’s letter to St. Mary’s community:

Let me let you in on the story of a startup which did not begin in Silicon Valley but found its roots in the Central Valley…

At its beginning, St. Mary’s High School was very much like the modern-day start up. It had few resources but had the faith to follow through with a dream. That

dream of providing Catholic secondary education to the young people of the San Joaquin began to take shape when the Irish Catholic wife of the founder of the city

of Stockton, Captain Weber, persuaded her husband to donate a tract of land on which St. Mary’s would eventually stand. Another dream shaper was Archbishop

Sadoc Alameny, the first archbishop of San Francisco who persuaded the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael to leave their convent in the temperate climate of Benicia

to make what he called a “little sacrifice” to come to Stockton with its often unbearable heat, to raise funds for the building of the school. The sisters did their

fundraising by horse and buggy.

The first teachers were the Dominican Sisters who have maintained a constant presence even to today. Over these many years, the Dominicans were joined by the

Franciscans, Diocesan Priests, Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary and since 1970, the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales. The coming of the Oblates introduced the

school to the spirituality of St. Francis de Sales, one of our current patrons. The Spirituality of St. Francis de Sales has been wholeheartedly embraced by the school

community and it is one of our hallmarks. Our milestones over these 140 years are made up of the memories of people who have been part of us…

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athletics

DANCE & CHEER

The St. Mary’s dance and cheer teams have

been busy! They did 2 community service

events.

The dance and cheer teams participated in

Family Day in the Park at University Park. The

dance and cheer team walked in a mascot

parade and danced to music provided by

Cesar Chavez performing band and dance

team.

The second event was at Presentation Fall

Fest where they performed three routines for

friends and family of the school and church.

STOCKTON ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

St. Mary’s is proud to announce that two of our teams are being inducted into this year’s

Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame

TCAL SPRING SPORTS

STOCKTON RECORD PLAYER OF THE

YEAR FOR 2014/2015:

Evan Fagundes (’15) Baseball; Noah Righetti (’15)

Football; Luis Araya (’16) Water Polo; Carson

Guendert (’16) Diving; Alisha Miller (’17) Diving;

Abbie Mulbarger (’16) Tennis

CHARLES WASHINGTON AWARD

FINALISTS:

Joey Salazar (’15) Lacrosse; Kodi Thruston (’15)

Football; Shantell Williams (’15) Track

TRI-CITY ATHLETIC LEAGUE

The Tri-City Athletic League covers activities for St.

Mary’s High School, Lincoln High School, Lodi High

School, Tokay High School, Tracy High School and

West High School.

TCAL SPRING CHAMPIONS

Baseball – TCAL Co-Champions (11-4)

Sac Joaquin South Section Champions (21-14)

Softball – TCAL Champions (13-2); Sac Joaquin

Sections (2-2)

1971 GOLDEN RAMS

Under the guidance of Coach Duane Isetti, the 1971 Varsity Football team rolled to a 9-0 season

record and won the Valley Oak League championship.

2015 VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL

Coach Tom Gonsalves and the 2015 Varsity Girls Basketball team won the California State CIF

Open Division with an overall season record of 34-1.

Campus Tours

Enrollment for 2016/2017 is now open.

Campus tours are available weekly.

Visit St. Mary’s and find out what it’s all about!

140 Years of Catholic Education

Providing the foundation for young adults to develop the total person -

Intellectually, spiritually, creatively and physically.

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around campus

BROADCASTING LIVE FROM SMHS

- Karl Winter (’18)

St. Mary’s has debuted a Broadcasting course this year, amid great excitement from participating students

and teachers alike. The Broadcasting 1 class, which fulfills a Fine Arts requirement for the tech-savvy student,

was established by the radical ideas of Mr. Paul Scheet, our AP U.S. History teacher and longtime football

broadcaster for St. Mary’s. Mr. Scheet’s knowledge of the equipment, theories, and behind-the-scenes work

involved with all types of broadcasts and television elements, have proved invaluable to the students, allowing

them to take control of the information and apply it to their video productions.

The Broadcasting course has covered several aspects of television production, including sports coverage,

interviews, sale and production of commercials, and camera terminology. With the wide variety of skills that

have come from the first few months of class, the students have used the hands-on experience for several

projects.

Parker Caston (’16) enjoys the freedom for creativity in the class. He said “I like the fact that it’s a student-run

class where we really get to do things on our own and have hands-on interaction with what goes on behind

the scenes in broadcasting.”

To date, we have produced live productions of all five varsity football games, as well as a volleyball match,

two frosh football games, and the 140th Celebration Mass on smhsramstv.com. One thing the students have

learned quickly is the need for teamwork. Samson Goudreau (’16) said, “The class is very enthusiastic and

creative, and I like how involved everyone is. We all communicate really well to carry out the events.”

Soon the students will be producing personally-created commercials with interviews mixed within the videos.

They are also working on the production of a news magazine show, St. Mary’s Today, to be shown every two

weeks beginning in the second quarter. With an abundance of television equipment and students who now

know how to use it, as well as the burning passion of both the students and adults involved, it certainly looks

like the sky is the limit for the brand-new St. Mary’s Broadcasting course.

Visit smramstv.com to learn more!

ST. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL THEATER

St. Mary’s High School took home five awards at the 33rd Annual Elly Awards Ceremony in September. The awards were for plays presented during the

2014-2015 school year. The Elly Awards are presented annually by the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance (SARTA) to schools and theaters

competing in a ten-county Northern California region. Under the direction of Kevin Costello, St. Mary’s Theatre has now been nominated for 82 Ellys,

and won 23 since 2009.

“The Pink Panther Strikes Again” Nominations and Winners

Costume Design for a Play: DiAnne Bowe and Jennifer

Gordon (Adults)

Lighting Design for a Play: Mark Sheasely (Adult)

Set Design for a Play: Brian Johnson (Adult)

Sound Design for a Play: Christopher “C.J.” Martin –

Winner (Adult)

Lead Actress for a Play: Jacqueline Boyd, Class of 2016,

Stockton

Lead Actor for a Play: Cort Carlson, Class of 2015,

Stockton

Supporting Actor for a Play: Ethan Albala, Class of 2015.

1st SMHS student to win 2 Ellys! He won Best Supporting

Actor in a Musical for Shrek in 2014.

Director of a Play: Kevin Costello (Adult)

Best Overall Production of a Play: Winner!

“Tommy, The Musical” Nominations and Winners

Costume Design for a Musical: DiAnne Bowe and Jennifer

Gordon (Adults)

Lighting Design for a Musical: Christina Martinez - Winner

(Adult)

Choreography: Evelyn Barney and John Thiel - Winners

(Adults)

Lead Actor for a Musical: Ethan Albala, Class of 2015

Supporting Actress for a Musical: Sydney Cruz, Class of

2015

Director of a Musical: Kevin Costello (Adult)

Best Overall Production of a Musical: Winner!

Set Design for a Musical: Brian Johnson (Adult)

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iLike my iPad - Caroline Stephens (‘17)

There’s no denying it – iPads are here to stay. From kindergarten through college, teachers are using iPads

to deliver instruction and engage students for learning in the 21st century. The faculty at St. Mary’s has

jumped on this technology wave and uses this new versatile tool to change the way they teach. Some of the

most innovative instructional software is being developed specifically for iPads and with more than 15,000

educational apps available through Apple’s app store, teachers will have no trouble finding material to use

in the classroom.

Our English Department Chair, Mrs. Gillespie, enjoys using her iPad to connect with other teachers and

having limitless resources for engaging and assessing students. “The iPad has allowed me to better attend

to the learning needs of my visual and auditory learners. I can direct them to specific sites that help them

grasp concepts and strengthen skill sets. This intervention is immediate and helps students to understand

that technology is not just for entertainment, but for growth and progress,” said Mrs. Gillespie.

Every student at St. Mary’s is required to purchase an iPad for school. Although this purchase can be

quite expensive for families, the educational benefits outweigh the cost. Students can access information

quickly, cutting down on research time. Mrs. Kozina, our religion teacher, said, “I enjoy being able to have

students get information instantly. No need to wait for answers.” Mrs. Kozina allowed her students to use

the iPad to follow the Pope during his U.S. visit.

For the students, it has been great. The iPad fits our lifestyle. It’s easier to use than the traditional computer

and this new novelty lends itself to our curiousity and more learning. Junior Will Ramirez uses his iPad the

most in Physics. He likes using the tablet to do calculations and take notes. It helps with homework and

checking answers. Will also commented, “I don’t have to go to my locker as much now and I feel more

organized for school.”

Senior Mi’cole Cayton uses her iPad the most in English Literature. “The iPad makes it so much easier to

take your Membean quizzes because you can access the quiz from class and don’t have to worry about

missing the deadline,” said Mi’Cole.

CROP

This summer we have been busy with

the CROP garden. We have provided

Catholic Charities with zucchini,

bottleneck squash, green and yellow

beans, carrots, beets, eggplant,

tomatoes, bell peppers, and persimmons

on a weekly basis. We have had a very

good harvest!

And let’s not forget about our environment. The iPad is a paperless innovation. From homework, tests and

digital textbooks, the iPad eliminates paper, saving dollars and our environment. Don’t believe me? Check

it out, there’s an app for that.

*Visit http://www.saintmaryshighschool.org/Media/Kettle.pdf to read our online student newspaper, the

Kettle, and learn more about our students’ points of view.

MURAL

Beginning in late April of this year, students from the

St. Francis de Sales Club initiated an idea to paint

a mural surrounding the Campus Ministry Office.

They took their ideas to art teacher, Mrs. Jean

Aguilar, and soon their wish to honor St. Francis

de Sales in a painting was born. With the help of

Mrs. Aguilar and their club moderators, Mrs. Eileen

Yeager and Mr. Harrison Brehm, a collection of

talented club members and some of Mrs. Aguilar’s

art students banded together through July, logging

in many hours to complete.

CHOIR-BAND

Last April, Mr. David Tanner’s music department

took home two Gold Awards at the 2015 Forum

Music Festival. Both the Prima Voce Choir and

Symphonic Band competed and ranked in the

top 10% on a national scale. This spring, Mr.

Tanner looks forward to his students competing

in the Heritage Music Festival in Los Angeles and

the Forum Music Festival in Santa Cruz. Good

luck to our music department!

Seventh and Eighth grade students who are

interested in applying to St. Mary’s are welcome

to spend a day with a freshman student who will

serve as the visitor’s personal guide for the day.

To arrange a shadow experience, please contact

shadowaram@saintmaryshighschool.org

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events

2015 INDUCTEES

Joseph Abdullah ‘91

Robert Carruesco ‘65

. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL

Ken Castle*

Angela Gotelli ’93 McShane

Denise Ninth Rotert Annual ’91 Hallerbach

Coach Steve Towne

thletic Hall of Fame Dinner

2015 Inductees

Joseph Abdullah ‘91

Robert Carruesco ‘65

Moving Memories

Angela Gotelli ’93 to McShane

Denise

the

Rotert

Haggin

’91 Hallerbach

Museum

Coach Steve Towne

Varsity Football Team of 1960

Greg Basso

Patrick Burke

Mike Calosso

Ronald Cecchini*

Leonard Cortez

Anthony Costa

Jim “Skip” Declusin

Richard Derivi

Ray Guidi*

D. Harmon

Edward Jacques

Richard Jacques

Dan Leary*

Simon Molini*

Robert Munoz

Dante Nomellini

St. Mary’s High School is

Michael celebrating Robustelli 140 years of

Bob Memories Ruiz & Milestones at

the Haggin Museum during

Jerry Shipman

the month of February.

Carl

We would

Thompson

appreciate any

Bill vintage Urbani SM items -school

Joseph uniforms, Valverde athletic uniforms,

John Dillon

pictures, paperwork, etc.,

Come celebrate Dewey 140 Pasquini years of James Wells

to incorporate in our 140th

Milestones & Memories with * Deceased

Anniversary Celebration.

The Saint Mary’s High School Exhibit

Sunday, October 18, 2015

on display during the month of

St. Mary’s High School - Cafeteria

February!

5648 N. El Dorado Street, Stockton

0pm Social / 6:00pm Dinner / Awards Ceremony

for more info please call development

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Melvin Ratto

Victor Robles

SAVE THE DATE

Grandparents Mass

SAINT MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL

welcomes

Grandparents f Family f Friends

209-957-3340 ext 195

Monday, December 8, 2015

8:15 a.m.

$45 per ticket

de payable to St. Mary’s High School, Athletic HOF

R.S.V.P. by October 9, 2015

her information, please contact the Development Office

(209) 957-3340, ext 195

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St. Mary’s High School 9 th Annual

Athletic Hall of Fame Dinner

Varsity Football Team of 1960

COACHES:

John Moreno

Adrian Vera

John Dinublo*

PLAYERS:

Dan Ahles

Martin Avila

Louis Bacigalupi

Greg Basso

Patrick Burke

Mike Calosso

Ronald Cecchini*

Leonard Cortez

Anthony Costa

Jim “Skip”

Declusin

Richard Derivi

John Dillon

Ray Guidi*

D. Harmon

Edward Jacques

Richard Jacques

Dan Leary*

Simon Molini*

Robert Munoz

Dante Nomellini

Dewey Pasquini

Melvin Ratto

Victor Robles

Michael Robustelli

Bob Ruiz

Jerry Shipman

Carl Thompson

Bill Urbani

Joseph Valverde

James Wells

* Deceased

Vintage Saint

Mary’s Items

Needed for

Celebration!

2

0

Immaculate Conception Mass and

Grandparents Day Recognition

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I I I St. Mary’s Crab Shack I I I

The President’s Club Committee

15th Annual Dinner

November 8, 2015

established

I 1988

SAVE THE DATE! Crab Feed February 6, 2016

FEATURED SPEAKER

Mr. Patrick McCaskey

Chairman of Sports Faith International

I I I St. Mary’s Crab Shack I I I

established

I 1988

I I I St. Mary’s Crab Shack I I I

established

6 TH ANNUAL OLIVE OIL FESTIVAL

I 1988

I I I St. Mary’s Crab Shack I I I

established

I 1988

I I I St. Mary’s Crab Shack I I I

established

A great time was had by all at the 6th Annual Olive Oil Festival in September. It was a nice way to spend a Sunday afternoon,

tasting olive oils, enjoying good food, sipping wine, listening to live entertainment and celebrating the wonderful agriculture

from the San Joaquin Valley.

I 1988

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Annual Report

2014-2015

St. Mary’s High School has a record of responsible and prudent financial management. We continue to keep tuition increases to a minimum (an

average annual increase of less than 1 percent) while continuing to secure more resources for financial aid in an effort to keep St. Mary’s education

affordable for our families. With the completion of our new Athletic Performance Center, we are looking ahead to future facility improvements

including a new Science Center and needed renovations around campus.

We are grateful for your social, spiritual and financial support of our community.

St. Mary’s High School is blessed with dedicated faculty, staff and administrators who continue to recognize the link between education and future

success. We are proud of our students – what they have accomplished and what they will go on and achieve in life. The generosity of alumni and

friends helps St. Mary’s High School provide an education that is truly superior.

ST. MARY’S HIGH SCHOOL FINANCIAL INFORMATION

Year Ended June 30, 2014

REVENUES

Total Revenues = $9,945,000

77.90%

0.50%

12.7%

4.9%

4.0%

Tuition, registration and class fees

General donations and fundraising events

Designated donations and grants

Athletics (game receipts, concessions,

donations and fundraising activities

Other Revenues

EXPENSES

Total Expenses = $9,945,000

58.40%

3.70%

6.70%

13.3%

6.0%

5.0%

6.9%

Salaries, wages, payroll taxes and

employee benefits

Tuition Assistance for students

Athletics

General, administrative and instructional

Plant maintenance and utilities

Depreciation expense for fixed assets

Fund reserve

ST. MARY’S

HIGH SCHOOL

BOARD OF

DIRECTORS

The St. Mary’s High School Board of

Directors meets monthly to discuss

and advise regarding school issues.

The board consists of alumni, parents

of students, and friends of St. Mary’s.

TRUSTEES

Mr. Jim Acosta ‘76

Mr. Dave Bevilaqua ‘75

Mrs. Carla Donaldson

Mrs. Nancy Sanguinetti Franzia ‘78

Mr. George Gibson ‘69

Mrs. Kathleen Lagorio Janssen ‘64

Mr. Brian Martucci

Mr. Robert Perasso ‘69

Mr. Kevin Sanguinetti

Mr. Gilbert Somera ‘90

Mr. Mario Starc ‘70

Dr. John Zeiter ‘80

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Athletic Volunteers and Donors

Athletic Department

Volunteers

Vera Andujo

Mike Canote

Dr. Mike Carl

Liz Christopherson

Ron & Tere Cutler

Irene Dias

Orinda Fadal

Dr. Anan Faidi

Brian & Colleen Farnsworth

Dr. M. Elena Ferrer

Mary Geranio

Linda Gonsalves

Dr. Miguel & Cathy Hernandez

Willie Herrera

Dallas & Penny Knapp

Mirko Kozina

Geoff Lin-Cereghino

Lori Long

Robin Mesa

Lynee Monckton

Kevin Nishi

Gina Ornelas

Terri Perez

Kelly Pudwell

Don & Sylvia Rodgers

Patrick & Coraleta Rogers

Dr. Paul & Dr. Leslie Sackschewsky

Paul Scheet

Dr. Suzi Simoni

Ed Sullivan

Cecil Thomason

Lui Tuitama

Margie Van Over

Dr. Roland Winter

Carrie Yarborough

Elena Zapien

Randy Zaragoza

Homer Zarzuela

Athletic Donors

Don & Sylvia Rodgers

Patrick & Coraleta Rogers

Phil Johnson - Lincoln Center

Ryan Haggerty - Haggerty Construction

Brian Martucchi - Berberian Motors

Greg Tudor - Pacific Storage

John Chase - Chase Chevrolet

John Ferriolo - Chase Chevrolet

Gil Somera - Somera Law Offices

Eberhardt Family - Bank of Stockton

Rick Paulsen - New York Life

Doug Carruesco and Mike Carruesco

– Carruesco Homes

Baseball Donors

Phil & Wendy Johnson

Dan & Cathy Silva

Greg & Danielle Silva

Lacrosse Volunteers

Denise Heli

Paul Feist

Water Polo Donors

Joe & Connie Rishwain

Mike & Rhonda Jory

Wrestling Volunteers

Brian Pratt

Larry and Tina Tongninali

Dave Molina

Ramon Chicchon

Lisa Stinhilver

Cathy Carruesco

Nori Bungalon

Stacy Deal

Curt Lucero

Art Lopez

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Events Volunteers and Donors

Chairpersons

Rima Barkett

Genesta Jackson

Committee

Angela Brusa

Barbara Daly

Father John Fallon, O.S.F.S.

Diane Malcoun

Kathy Salady ‘59

Kathy Smith

Tori Verber-Salazar ‘83

Laura Wilkinson ‘96

Student Committee

Alyssa Alonzo ‘15

Mackenzie Basso ‘15

Brianna Cabrera ‘17

Karenna Case ‘18

Tyler Davenport ‘17

Nora Duffy ‘17

Emily Dunn ‘16

Taylor Elliott ‘15

Emily Ferrell ‘16

Megan Fong ‘15

Mia Franco ‘16

Lauren Franks ‘15

Janette Goriye ‘15

Grace Hayes ‘18

Hannah Hayes ‘16

Catherine Koziarz ‘16

Alyssa Light ‘16

Ellon Madill ‘18

Amanda Marchetti ‘15

Jamie Anne Narcisco ‘15

Olivia Navaroo ‘16

Addy Newman ‘16

Victoria Rios ‘15

Leila Rishwain ‘16

Jenna Ruiz ‘16

Marissa Sadek ‘16

Lucianna Salazar ‘18

Alianna Sanchez ‘16

Lexey Seligman ‘17

Alyssa Smith ‘16

Ela Barreno ‘15

Anthony Cabri ‘15

Christian Cardona ‘15

Peter Rainwater ‘15

Empowering Young

Women 2015

Chapel Ambassadors

Marilyn Sosa ‘17

Eileen sowell ‘15

Paris Sprague ‘17

Cameron Trujillo ‘16

Savannah Wilson ‘16

Chelsey Yarborough ‘17

Hana Zumout ‘16

Sponsors & Donors

Butterfly Sponsors

Bank of Stockton

Joan Cortopassi

Engaging Sponsors

Noreen Basso

Tom and Maureen Cortopassi

Inspiring Sponsors

Dignity Health, St. Joseph’s Medical Center

Michael Duffy / Financial Center Credit Union

Dianne Gini

Kevin Sanguinetti

BJ Stewart

Becoming Sponsors

Helen Crane

Kathy Janssen

St. Mary’s High School

Marie Shane

Kathy Smith

Individual Donors

Delta Podiatry

Debbie Johnson

Erlene Raspo

Kathy Salady

In-Kind Donors

Bank of Stockton

Chatfield Vineyards

Mike Bedford, Duncan Press

Barbara Daly, Daly Video Services

Jen Dondero, Fiore Floral

Outfront Media

Jennifer Weber, The Weber Agency

established

I 1988

Committee Co-Chairs

Carey Madill ‘87

Kristen Sprague

Carrie Yarborough

Members

Jackie Baysinger

Alice Cotta

Stefani Delucchi ‘88

Cynthia Estrella

Cindy Hayes ‘83

Diane Malcoun

Kara Newman ‘85

Nancy Paulsen

Kelly Pudwell

Jolie Ruiz ‘86

Kristi Seligman ‘88

Gianna Stephens

Ed Sullivan

Sylvia Vargas ‘81

Jackie Villegas

Donors

Ala Rouge Salon - Betty Mayes

Along The Way

Artesian Natural Foods

Berberian Motors - Brian Martucci

Bikram Yoga Stockton

Boudin San Francisco Sourdough

Brookside Golf & Country Club

Burton’s Shoes - Cynthia Estrada

C.R. Porter - Tammy Kelly

Cecchetti Olive Oil

City Girl

Danz Jewelers

Greg ’84 & Stefani ’88 Delucchi

DeVons Fine Jewelers

Elk Grove Buik GMC - Tony & Kimberly

Stevens

Fina Boutique - Starr Donati

Marcia Fitzgerald

Great Clips - Todd & Kim Mulbarger

Great Spectacles - Lynda Winter

Harris, Perisho, & Ruiz - Dean Ruiz ‘86

Hayes Chiropractic - Shawn Hayes

Judy Hayes

Shawn & Cindy Hayes

Lincoln Center - Phil Johnson

Chris & Carey ’87 Madill

Market Tavern

McCay Cellars

Merle Norman Cosmetic Studio

Minerva’s Furniture

Noah’s Bagels - Rich Peterson

Ricky ’77 & Nancy Paulsen

Crab Feed 2015

Papapavlo’s Bistro & Bar

Perfect Pear

Phillips Construction

- Joe ’81 & Shelly Phillips

Pietro’s Trattoria - Jim & Annette Murdaca

Podesto’s Market & Deli

Portraits by Tammy - Tammy Tucker

Kelly Pudwell

Stefan & Brenda ’84 Pozzo

Pret - Judy Peterson

Gina Ratto ‘80

Regalo Bello

Renee’s Boutique

Rubio’s Stonecreek Village

SF Giants - Shana Willens Daum ‘88

Sassy Pants

Spectator - Kay Mettler

Stage II - Cathy Canaveri

Stone Brothers Management - Cathy Grebe

The Antiquarium

The Dermal Clinic

Theadora - Jackie Kromm

Tio Pepe

Tobacco Leaf

Trader Joe’s - Jeremy Foster

Twin Arbors Athletic Club

- Dennis Kaufman

UOP Office of Alumni Relations

- Kelli Page

Vicarmont Vineyards & Winery

Voila

Gina Warmerdam

Weibel Family Vineyards & Winery

Whirlow’s Tossed & Grilled

- Michael Whirlow

With Garden Flair

Woodbridge Golf & Country Club - Ernie

Miceli

Woodbridge Pizzeria

Kent & Carrie Yarborough

Zuesters

Volunteers

Karol Ford

Linda Gonsalves

Lori Pelligrino-Jackson

Penny Knap

Jackie Kromm

Chris Madill

Gio Rossini

Gianna & Phil Stephens

Ed Sprague

Blake Tatum

Lorraine & Geronimo Torres

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Annual Appeal

Volunteers

Judy Canclini

Margaret Denton

Lynn Hoffman

Louise Aldemaher

Linda McCallister

Mary Ann Mahoney

Ewe Draw

Volunteers

Kathy Cauresco

Deanna Eberhardt

Amy Guidi

Lorraine Torres

Lynn Martucci

Stefani Delucchi

Evelyn Barney

Christina Fong

Jackie Kromm

Cindy Hayes

Kathy Essoyan

Colleen Mulrooney

Gia Duffy

Carrie Yarborough

Club 133 List

J. Paul Bacarro

Ed Barakatt

Dianne Brehm

Benjamin Calderon

Richard & Mary Calderon

Arthur & Joan Carey

Lloyd Chelli

Ron Delucchi

Donald Gamboni

Gerald Gini

Leslie Ann Gomes

Margaret Harkness

Don & Diana Hill

Catherine Holt

Lynn & Debbie Johnson

Diane Kohn

Loretta Lechich

Henry F. Maher

Mary Ann Mahoney

Donna L. Matthews

Elrene Maus

James McCarthy

Nona McHale

Nola Moccafiche

Lupe Armesquita Morishige

Kara Lee Macey Ruckriegel

Martha Santiago

Kathleen C. Standart

Arnold Toso

Gilbert Toso

Jan Busalacchi Yturri

Scholarship Donors

Mrs. Kathryn Abdallah-Griffin

Col. & Mrs. Don Alexander

Louise Andermahr

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Basso

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bernadicou

Ms. Julia Biscaia

Mrs. Ernesto Biscaia

Mrs. Barbara Boggs

Sister Patricia Boss, O.P.

Mrs. Joan Bottini

Gianna Brusa

Mrs. Donna Burke

Mr. Jim Burke

Mr. & Mrs. Ed Burke

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Calderon

Alex Cano & Family

Mrs. Becky Carlson

Debby Catanio

Mrs. Diane Chincholo

Larry Conti Family

Mary Ellen & Larry Conti

Mr. Steve Copello

Mr. & Mrs. Dino Cortopassi

Mrs. Heide Cortopassi

Mr. Kevin Costello

Mr. Michael Craig

Mrs. Joe Crane

Mr. & Mrs. James Declusin

Mr. Mark Deiro

Mrs. Irma Demichelis

Mrs. Lenore Dougherty

Mr. John Eagal

Mr. Doug Edelman

Mary Jean & Frank Enderle

Flores Family

Mrs. William Gaines

Mr. Larry Gaines

Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Gherardi

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Giannini

Mr. Edward Giannini

Mr. Mark Giannini

Courtney Giannini

Demi Giannini

Mr.& Mrs. George Gibson

Mrs. Ruby Gibson

Mr. David Gilmer

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gini

Mr. John Gotelli

Mr. & Mrs. Gaylord Green

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Guasco

Mr. Michael Gutterres

Sandi & John Haberman

Mr. Jose’ Hanagan

Joan & Michael Heffernan

Mrs. Margaret Heinz

Jeff Heitman Family

Mr. John Iacopi

Debbie & Lynn Johnson

Mr. & Mrs. George Jones

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kilby

Mr. & Mrs. Mirko Kozina

Mrs. Joanne Leach

Mrs. Susan Lenz

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Lozano

Mr. Mike Luis

Mrs. Madeline Lynch

Mr. George Manassero

Jeanette & Rick Marcucci

Mrs. Rosemarie McQuire

Ms. Pat Minahen

Mr. & Mrs. Pat Morelli

Mr.& Mrs. Peter Morelli

Holy Donut Ladies

Tess Aberle

Judy Canclini

Lynn Hoffman

Mary Ann Mahoney

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Morotti

Mrs. Toni Mussi

Mr. Greg O’Leary

Grace Paolini

Mr. & Mrs. Rick Paulsen

Toni Pombo

Mr. & Mrs. Ernie Pombo,Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Pratt

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Raspo

Mr. Robert Raspo

Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Rishwain

Mr. & Mrs. Joe Rishwain

Mr. & Mrs. Don

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Rodgers

Mrs. Marjo Ruhl

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Salady

Mrs. Janet Sanders

Carol & Jim Sanguinetti

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Scatena

Mr & Mrs. Jim Schene, Jr.

Mr. Ron Schenone

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Shea

Mr. & Mrs. Dan Silva

Cheri & Frank Soda

Mr. Greg Traverso

Mr. Bill Trezza

Mrs. Frank Trucco

VanOver Family

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Vaz

Mr. & Mrs. George Visgilio

Mrs. Janet Wanner

Mrs. Betty Williams

Mrs. Eileen Yeager

Sarah & John Zanoni

Dr. & Mrs. John Zeiter

Marie Shane

Norma De Pauli

Louise Andermahr

Class of 1929

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President’s Club List - 2014

Mr. & Mrs. James Acosta

Mr. & Mrs. Philip Asborno

Mr. & Mrs. Vince Augello

Mr. & Mrs. George Badway

Ms. Bernadette Bagley

Bank of Agriculture & Commerce

Bank of Stockton

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Barkett

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Basso

Mr. & Mrs. Louis Bernadicou

Most Rev. Stephen E. Blaire

Mr. & Mrs. John Butorac

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Calosso

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carlson

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Carruesco

Mr. George Clark

Mr. & Mrs. Lex Corrales

Mr. & Mrs. Dino Cortopassi

Mrs. C. Joseph Crane

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Driscoll, Jr.

Dominican Sisters of San Rafael

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Duffy/Financial

Center Credit Union

Mr. Jack H. Eagal

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Essoyan

Mr. & Mrs. Luigi Gherardi

Mr. & Mrs. George Gibson

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Gibson

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Gini

Mrs. Dennis Green

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Guasco

Mr. & Mrs. William Halvorson

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Heffernan, III

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Heffernan

Ms. Marylyn Hoffman

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hoffman

Mr. Don Isetti

Mr. & Mrs. Dean Janssen

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Kavanaugh

Mr. & Mrs. Vladimir Kozina

Mr. & Mrs. David Lucchetti

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Martucci

Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Morelli

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Murphy

Mrs. Robert Nejedly

Mr. Dante Nomellini

The Oblates of St. Francis de Sales

Mr. Gregory O’Leary

Mr. Jeff Palmer

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Patmon, III

Mrs. Max Paulsen

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Paulsen

Mr. & Mrs. Walter Payne

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Perasso

Mr. & Mrs. Craig Podesta

Port of Stockon

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Raspo

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Raspo

Mrs. Edmond Rishwain

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Rishwain

Mr. & Mrs. William Rogan

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Salady

Mr. & Mrs. Joe Salazar

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Sambado

Mr. & Mrs. Craig Schrader

Ms. Elyse Sciutti

Ms. Sylvia Sciutti Dinelli

Mr. & Mrs. Howard Seligman

Mrs. Marie Shane

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Shea

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Shipman

Mr. & Mrs. Dan Silva

Mr. Angelo Stagnaro

Mrs. Thelma Stewart

Mrs. John Van Ruiten

Mr. & Mrs. George Visgilio

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Wagner

Mrs. Joan Wainwright

The William Wallace Family

Mr. & Mrs. Don Wiley

Mr. & Mrs. Doug Wilhoit

Dr. & Mrs. Roland Winter

Dr. & Mrs. Henry Zeiter

Dr. & Mrs. John Zeiter

Annual Appeal Donor List

Ms. Gina Abbas

Hon. George Abdallah

Ms. Theresa Aberle

Mr. & Mrs. James Acosta

Ms. Beverly Alonzo

Mr. Nicholas Aninag

Mr. James Arbios

Mr. Philip Asborno

Mr. Ray Baglietto

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Barakatt

Mr. Edward Barakatt

Ms. Denise Bennet

Mrs. Helen Bernardo

Mr. Robert Bernardo

Mr. & Mrs. Dave Bevilaqua

Ms. Aileen Boyer

Mr. Matthew Brewer

Mr. John Briscoe

Mr. & Mrs. Ron Bruno

Ms. Donna Burke

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Burke

Ms. Donna Burke

Mr. Michael Calosso

Mr. Larry Canevari

Ms. Susan Caufield

Ms. Carol Cesena

Mr. Lloyd Chelli

Mr. & Mrs. Larry Cooper

Mrs. Squad Courey

Mrs. Helen Crane

Mr. Thomas Decker

Ms. Josephine Delaney

Mr. Tom DeLuca

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Doran

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Mr. Henry Eilers

Ms. Elizabeth Fitzgerald

Ms. Margaret Fleming

Mr. Tim Flynn

Mr. Donald Garibaldi

General Mills Foundation

Ms. Gemma Giannecchini

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Giannini

Mrs. Janet Giffen

Mrs. Janet Giffen

Ms. Diane Goeke

Mr. & Mrs. William Goodman

Ms. Marcia Green

Mr. Charles Green

Mr. & Mrs. William Halvorson

Mr. Howard Harahara

Mr. & Mrs. Tim Harrity

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Heffernan

Ms. Susan Heffernan

Mr. John Heinsius

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Hogan

Mr. Steven Hope

Mr. H.L. Isola

Ms. Marian Jacobs

Mr. & Mrs. Dean Janssen

Mr. & Mrs. Lynn Johnson

Ms. Laura Johnson

Judge & Mrs. Frank Kim

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Lem

Ms. Petronella Lip

Mr. & Mrs. Stan Little

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Longoria

Ms. Frances M. Lowry

Mr. Edward Lyons

Ms. Marie Madel

Ms. Kathryn Maher

Mr. Dennis Maher

Manny’s California Fresh Café

Ms. Hannelore Marler

Ms. Carol Marshall

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Martinez

Mr. & Mrs. Don Mazzilli

Mrs. Marlene McColm

Mr. & Mrs. Pat McGuire

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McGuire

Brother James McMenamin, OSFS

Mrs. Patricia Melena

Mr. William Menking

Ms. Sharon Miller

Mrs. Suzanne Mitchell Bryant

Mr. & Mrs. Elmer Molini

Ms. Dana Marie Monroe

Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Morelli

Mr. & Mrs. Stan Morri

Ms. Sharon Moy

Mr. & Mrs. Laurence Moyer

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry & Sandy Murphy

Mr. Sam Nehme

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Norman

Mr. & Mrs. John Olsen

Mr. John P. O’Neil

Mr. Daniel Ortega

Mr. & Mrs. Peter Pezzi

Mr. Jerry Phoenix

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Poggi

Mr. & Mrs. John Prioli

Ms. Frances Quinn

Mr. & Mrs. Joe Rishwain

Ms. Anita Rossi

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Salady

Ms. Janet Sanders

Mr. & Mrs. Ari Sanders

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert P. Sanguinetti

Ms. Marie Shane

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Shea

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Simmons

Mr. & Mrs. Greg Smith

Mr. Harley Smith

Mr. Donald Stader

The Steer Family

Mr. & Mrs. Donald Stevens

Mrs. Frances Sanguinetti Stone

Mr. Joshua Stork

Mr. Thomas Thomas

Mr. Antonio Torlai

Mr. Gilbert Toso

Mr. Daniel Valdez

Ms. Lucy Vanoni

Mr. & Mrs. Martin Vranicar Jr.

Mr. David Wainwright

Mr. John Walsch

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Weaver

Ms. Joyce Weber

Mr. & Mrs. Jon Weiner

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Wernette

Mr. & Mrs. Don Wiley

Ms. Mary Jo Williams

Mrs. Roxy Woodard

Ms. Jody Wooten

Dr. John Zeiter


Memorials

DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Asborno, Louis Arnold & Georgette Toso Memorial Fund

Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Atwater, Patsy Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Avila, Linda Richard Paulsen Memorial Fund

Barron, George J. Rudy & Bev Antonini Memorial Fund

Lynn & Debbie Johnson

Johnson Family Scholarship

Don & Rose Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

John Presto, Jr.

Memorial Fund

Vivian Simon

Memorial Fund

Angelo Stagnaro

William Sanders III

Scholarship

Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Batres, Tray Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Frank & Ramona Lozano

Lozano Family Scholarship

Bella, Dario Peter & Cindy Morelli Morelli Family Scholarship

Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Biscaia, Ernesto Frank & Kathy Salady Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Lynn & Debbie Johnson

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Don & Rose Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Cathy McCurdy & Family

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Jim & Debra Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Angelo Stagnaro

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Linda Milhausen

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

George & Peg Sadek

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Cheryl Wolf

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Phil O’Connell Grain Co., Inc Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Luigi & Karen Gherardi

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Lydia Vosti

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Albert Taylor & Cecilia Moran Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Michael & Julia Scriven

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Lydia Costa

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Joyce Weber

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Lynn Tarrant

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Bradley & Marjory Schrenk Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Elmer & Angela Molini

Cynthia Biscaia Scholarship

Boggiano, Tillie Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Braddock, Gregory Peter & Cindy Morelli Morelli Family Scholarship

Brusa, Seldon Tony & Jackie Zupo Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Bob & Suzanne Long & Family Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Helen Crane & The Laughlin Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Family

Manny & Peg Borges

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Rene Rodriguez

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Vanadeane Brooks

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Delta Eye Medical Group

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Don & Rose Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Wayne & Gwen Segale

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Max & Marion Paulsen

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

David & Marilyn Dillon

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Rosemary Beckwith

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Ray & Nancy Righetti

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Michael & Tammy Carruesco Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Ken & Yukiye Yamashita

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

James & Rebeca Acosta

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Michael Cox & Family

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Brusa, Seldon Michael & Julia Scriven Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Gregory & Kathy Smith

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Ernest & Lily Ito

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Kent & Carrie Yarborough Seldon Brusa Scholarship

William Trezza

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

John & Annette Sanguinetti Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Darlene Ferrario

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

David & Barbara Silva

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Jim & Karen Munro

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Willard & Sharon Mason

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Craig & Shery Hoellwarth

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Virginia Daniels

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Pozzo Family

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Thomas Rusk & Donna Burke Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Lynn & Debbie Johnson

Johnson Family Scholarship

The Tokunaga Family

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Ted & Suellen Yoneda

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

The Meier Family

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Dean & Kathleen Janssen Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Frank & Erlene Raspo

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Jack & Jacqueline Ferrill

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Les & Judith Bosch

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

George Clark

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Tim & Lynnette Harrity

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Doug & Margie Eberhardt Seldon Brusa Scholarship

David Lucchetti & Family

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Thomas & Kathleen Powers Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Gloria Costamagna

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

David & Stephanie Jones

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Gina Toccoli

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Lyle & Bonnie Garcia

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Richard Sperisen

Seldon Brusa Scholarship

Burdue, John Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Burke, Edward &

Lillian

Ellen Cademartori

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Edward & Lillian Burke

Scholarship

Morelli Family Scholarship

Cabral, Lorraine Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

John Presto

William Sanders III

Scholarship

Arnold & Georgette Toso

Memorial Fund

Cantaloupi, Kathleen Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Cantaloupi, Mel Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Carlson, Robert Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Castellanos, Raquel Thomas & Dena Hernandez Girls’ Choir

Ching, Susie Arnold & Georgette Toso Memorial Fund

Coleman, John Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Conti, Francesco Kris & Joan Hinds Cheer Team

Bret & Laura Tholborn

Cheer Team

Conti, Larry Peter & Cindy Morelli Morelli Family Scholarship

Conti, Larry & Adele David & Sherry Leonard Larry Conti Scholarship

Corradi, Sally Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Costa, George Frank & Ramona Lozano Frank & Ramona Lozana

Scholarship

Davis, James Marsha Shearer Athletic Dept.

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Memorials

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DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Davis, John Arnold & Georgette Toso Memorial Fund

De Board, James Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

De Ganna, Thelma Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Diehl, Jonathan Henry & Joan Shea Memorial Fund

Dowling, Christopher Kathleen Calad Memorial Fund

Dunn, Cindy Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson Anthony & Rita Morelli

Scholarship

Esau, Anne Don & Rose Leonardini Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Frank & Erlene Raspo

Memorial Fund

Estrada, Elvera Judi Auwinger Leora Stanfield Scholarship

Farley, Nadine Mary Ann Mahoney Scholarship Fund

Fay, Joan Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Judi Auwinger

Leora Stanfield Scholarship

Firpo, Robert Peter & Cindy Morelli Morelli Family Scholarship

Angelo Stagnaro

William Sanders III

Scholarship

Fisk, Angela Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Frerich, Nicholas Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Tim & Lynette Harrity

Memorial Fund

Linda Vieira

Memorial Fund

Kenneth & Yukiye Yamashita Memorial Fund

Alan & Marlesse Young

Memorial Fund

Paula Monroe

Memorial Fund

R.V. & J.S. Kavanaugh

Memorial Fund

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Gregory & Noreen Basso

Memorial Fund

Rudy & Stephene Croce

Memorial Fund

Florence Cubiburu

Memorial Fund

Gaea, Jeanne P & M Morelli Properties, LP Morelli Family Scholarship

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Gaea, Jeanne Stephen & Gerri Ramirez Memorial Fund

George, Dan Greg & Kathy Smith Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Gherardi, Cesarina Frank & Kathy Salady Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Gobbell, Fred Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson Anthony & Rita Morelli

Scholarship

Gobbell, Helen Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson Anthony & Rita Morelli

Scholarship

Gomes, Bill & Adele Dolores Nejedly Chapel Fund

Green, William Louis & Dianne Bernadicou Scholarship Office

William & Joan Simon & William Scholarship Office

Jr.

LaVerne Mazzilli

Scholarship Office

John & Sandra Haberman Scholarship Office

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Don & Rose Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

The Jory Family

Scholarship Office

Rudy & Stephanie Croce

Scholarship Office

Rob Rao & Sukhjit Kullar

Scholarship Office

Dorothy Boccadoro

Scholarship Office

Joan Flor

Scholarship Office

Dougherty CPAs, Inc.

Scholarship Office

Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Scholarship Office

Gregory & Kathy Smith

Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Carol Harbert

Scholarship Office

DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Green, William Stephen & Karen Lynch Scholarship Office

Donald & Barbara Gini

Scholarship Office

Marchant-Rodriguez Family Scholarship Office

Donna Burke

Scholarship Office

Jann & Grace Bueno

Scholarship Office

Betty Lane

Scholarship Office

Kenneth & Carmel Breakfield Scholarship Office

Melanie Newton

Scholarship Office

George Clark

Scholarship Office

Stephen & Brenda Rice

Scholarship Office

Heritage Bank of Commerce Scholarship Office

James & Dina De Martini

Scholarship Office

Wayne & Gwen Segale

Scholarship Office

Gregory O’Leary

Albina Rossi O’Leary

Scholarship

Kathleen Janssen

Scholarship Office

David & Mary Lansford

Scholarship Office

Frank & Kathy Salady

Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Thomas & Dena Hernandez Scholarship Office

Lory & Vickie Mussi

Scholarship Office

Marie Simon

Scholarship Office

James & Joanne Scheiber Scholarship Office

John & Diane Feneck

Scholarship Office

Max & Marion Paulsen

Athletic Dept.

Benjamin & Barbara George Scholarship Office

Sister Marie Molini, OP

Scholarship Office

W.J. & P.A. Rapp

Scholarship Office

Dorores Bernasconi

Scholarship Office

Mark Antonini

Scholarship Office

Frank & Ramona Lozano

Lozano Family Scholarship

Gary & Jennifer Giannini

Scholarship Office

Klor Family

Scholarship Office

Mary Ann Green & Family Scholarship Office

The Silvey Family

Scholarship Office

Gary & Jillan Mancebo

Scholarship Dept.

Guiliani, Beatrice Florence Cubiburu Memorial Fund

Hall, Carl Larry Marchetti Memorial Fund

Harrell, Robert Philip & Souad Courey Roy & Erma Delucchi

Scholarship

Harris, OFM,Fr. Jim & Carole Kiefer

Memorial Fund

Xavier

Philip Asborno

Memorial Fund

Heitman, Jeff John & Diane Feneck Jeff Heitman Scholarship

James & Joanne Scheiber Jeff Heitman Scholarship

Alvin & Doris Cortopassi

Jeff Heitman Scholarship

Frank & Erlene Raspo

Jeff Heitman Scholarship

Dougherty CPAs, Inc.

Jeff Heitman Scholarship

Anthony, Kerie & Arianna

Jeff Heitman Scholarship

Rishwain

Duke & Suzy Wilkinson

Memorial Fund

Mary Jo Ferroggiaro

Jeff Heitman Scholarship

The Family of Marie Simon Jeff Heitman Scholarship

Hernandez, Florence Don & Rose Leonardini Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Angelo Stagnaro

William Sanders III

Scholarship

Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Kelley OSFS, Father Don & Rose Leonardini

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Clark

Lynn & Debbie Johnson

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Ernie Biscaia, Jr. Family

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship


Memorials

DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Kelley OSFS, Father Philip & Kathleen Asborno Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Clark

Barbara Harada

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Luigi & Karen Gherardi

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Steven & Susan Towne

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Gregory & Kathy Smith

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

John & Sandra Haberman Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Wayne & Gwen Segale

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Gregory O’Leary

Albina Rossi O’Leary

Scholarship

Kathleen Janssen

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Frank & Kathy Salady

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Thomas & Dena Hernandez Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Arnold & Georgette Toso

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

C. Joseph & Helen Crane Family Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Foundation

Edward & Sally Burke

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Max & Marion Paulsen

Education Dept.

Kathleen Calad

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Sister Marie Molini

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Mary Ann Mahoney

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

George Clark

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Frank & Kimberly Arburua Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Margaret Heinz

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Donna Burke

Edward& Lillian Burke

Scholarship

Gary & Jennifer Giannini

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Vincent Augello

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Dolores Nejedly & Family

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Kevin & Donna Schwemley Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Mark & Drew Vranicar

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Harry & Frances Osell

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Philip & Souad Courey

Roy & Erma Delucchi

Scholarship

David Rainwater

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Jerome & Grace Paolini

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Marie Shane

Fr. Clark Kelley Scholarship

Kerns, Barbara Kay Peter & Cindy Morelli Morelli Family Scholarship

La Centra, Joseph Joyce Weber/Dr. Kathleen Weber Memorial Fund

Larranaga, Joe Florence Cubiburu Memorial Fund

Larranaga, Terry Florence Cubiburu Memorial Fund

Leary, Dan Frank & Kathy Salady Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Lobosco, Eileen LaVerne Mazzilli Albina Rossi O’Leary

Scholarship

Lucas, Jerry Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Malcoun, Renee Anthony, Kerie & Arianna

Memorial Fund

Rishwain

Mancebo, Richard Steven & Susan Towne Richard Mancebo Scholarship

John & Gin Miller

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

David & Mary Smith

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Jim & Carla Donaldson

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Grace Bueno

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Frank& Lisa Passadore

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Pete & Veronica Pezzi

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Marie Baretta

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Max & Ann Stowers

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Thomas & Barbara Patla

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Mary Ann Mahoney

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Mancebo, Richard John & Marge Scheuber Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Jaynie Gaines

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Antonio & Lila Guzman

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Sandra Jenkins

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Wayne & Gwen Segale

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Albert & Teresa Garibaldi

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Don & Rose Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Mr.& Mrs. Ray Franzone

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Daniel Phelps, Bowman & Co. Richard Mancebo Scholarship

LLP.

Mary Ann, Ken & Lori Green & Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Family

Robert & Lisa Lucchesi

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Wayne & Beatrice Christian Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Arnold & Georgette Toso

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Thomas & Dena Hernandez Men’s Basketball Program

Larry & Kathleen Solari

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Frank & Ramona Lozano

Frank & Ramona Lozana

Scholarship

Stephan & Kathryn Essoyan Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Ronald & Cheryl Bailey

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Eugene & Bonita Brown

Richard Mancebo Scholarship

Martucci, Richard Peter & Cindy Morelli Morelli Family Scholarship

Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Mason, Billy Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson Anthony & Rita Morelli

Scholarship

Matteucci, Albert Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

McMenamin OSFS, Wayne & Gwen Segale

Drama Dept.

Bro. Neil

Frank & Kathy Salady

Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

William Trezza

Memorial Fund

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Don & Rose Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Mazzilli Famly

Edward& Lillian Burke

Scholarship

Sr. Marie Molini

Memorial Fund

Mazzilli Family

Albina Rossi O’Leary

Scholarship

Misasi, Anne Judi Auwinger Leora Stanfield Scholarship

Mondo, Candace Tony & Renee Abdallah Memorial Fund

Morelli, Peter & Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Marie

Muroaka, Satoru Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Nejedly, Robert Dolores Nejedly Chapel Fund

Nomellini, John Philip & Kathleen Asborno Memorial Fund

Norris, Mike Ray & Shirley Benson Rose Leonarini Scholarship

Paulsen, Max Doris Ehlert Max Paulsen Scholarship

Peter & Cindy Morelli

Morelli Family Scholarship

Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Max Paulsen Scholarship

Don & Rose Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

David & Barbara Silva

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Angelo Stagnaro

William Sanders III

Scholarship

Barry & Barbara McCandless Max Paulsen Scholarship

Mark & Nora Burton

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Mary Ann,Ken,Lori,& Stephen

Green

Max Paulsen Scholarship

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Memorials

DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Paulsen, Max James & Rebeca Acosta Max Paulsen Scholarship

Jim & Debra Leonardini

Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Adam Karp

Max Paulsen Scholarship

LaVerne Mazzilli

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Peter & Marianne Bernadicou Max Paulsen Scholarship

Gary Baughman, D.D.S.,M.S. Max Paulsen Scholarship

Cyril Seligman

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Henry & Joan Shea

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Denis & Joyce Willens

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Duane Isetti

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Michael & Joan Heffernan Max Paulsen Scholarship

Dennis & Marion Flaherty Max Paulsen Scholarship

Blackmun Equipment Leasing Max Paulsen Scholarship

Ernie Segale

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Dean & Kathy Janssen

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Thomas & Dena Hernandez Max Paulsen Scholarship

Clarence & Judy Knutsen Max Paulsen Scholarship

William & Mary Brierly

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Elizabeth Brusa

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Patmon Company, Inc.

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Shirley Delfatti

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Frank & Erlene Raspo

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Paul & Kathy Vaz

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Kent & Carrie Yarborough Max Paulsen Scholarship

Bill & Lorraine Halvorson & Max Paulsen Scholarship

Family

Jerilyn Ratto

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Keith & Elinore Brecht

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Lawrence & Beverly Sambado Max Paulsen Scholarship

Bob & Janet Kavanaugh

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Robert Perasso

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Gary & Jillan Mancebo

Max Paulsen Scholarship

William Trezza

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Arnold & Georgette Toso

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Ed & Sally Burke

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Gary & Jennifer Giannini

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Richard Sperisen

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Mark Croce

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Richard Sperisen

Max Paulsen Scholarship

Peirano, Donald Richard & Dianne Chinchiolo Tony Gotelli Sports

Scholardhip

William & Mary Brierly

Scholarship Dept.

Pereira, Alice Larry & Yolanda Marchetti, Memorial Fund

Catherine Flor

Pombo, Ella Charles & Sandra Mello Damon Pombo Scholarship

Carol Sanguinetti

Damon Pombo Scholarship

Ernie & Elaine Pombo

Damon Pombo Scholarship

Pope, Ed Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Precissi, Anna Dolores Nejedly Chapel Fund

Edward & Sally Burke

SM General fund

Presto, Billie Tony & Renee Abdallah Memorial Fund

Angelo Stagnaro

William Sanders III

Scholarship

John Presto Family

Memorial Fund

Bruce & Alyce Benninger

William Sanders III

Scholarship

Quinn, Frances Sr. Marie Molini & Catherine

Camara

Memorial Fund

DECEASED DONOR MEMORIAL

Quinn, Frances Rose Leonardini Rose Leonardini Scholarship

Angelo Stagnaro

William Sanders III

Scholarship

Reischman, Virginia Frank & Kathy Salady Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Greg & Kathy Smith

Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Rishwain, Peter Marian Jacobs Memorial Fund

Ray, Wilma & Krisi Franzone Memorial Fund

Judge & Mrs. Frank Kim

Scholarship Fund

Ray & Peggy Baglietto

Memorial Fund

William Trezza

Memorial Fund

Josephine Picchi

Memorial Fund

Robinson, Frances

O’Brien

Frank & Kathy Salady

Joseph & Virginia Reischman

Scholarship

Ruckstuhl, George Rudy & Bev Antonini Memorial Fund

Rule, Marguerite Joe & Connie Rishwain & Family Memorial Fund

Salvetti, Norma Judi Auwinger Leora Stanfield Scholarship

Smallwood, Barbara Richard, Yvonne, Marisa & Silvio Scholarship Fund

Dell’Aringa

Judi Auwinger

Leora Stanfield Scholarship

Tatum, Chuck James & Janie Samuel Rhonda Tatum-Eagal

Scholarship

Tavella, Ernie Arnold & Georgette Toso Memorial Fund

Tei, Giovacchini Raymond & Elsie Camera Memorial Fund

Patti & Dominique Azpeitia & Memorial Fund

Family

Tei, Giovacchini Ray & Kris Camera & Family Memorial Fund

Vaccarezza, Silvio Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Lori Pizzo & Carol Anderson Anthony & Rita Morelli

Scholarship

Arnold & Georgette Toso

Memorial Fund

Visser, Geb Arnold & Georgette Toso Memorial Fund

Welliver, Don Annabelle Welliver & Ellen Annual Fund

Albright

Williams, Bunnie Angelo Stagnaro William Sanders III

Scholarship

Zollinger,Bob &

Barbara & Peter

MacDonald

William & Corinne Heryford Principal’s Emergency Fund

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Special Occasions

HONOREE DONOR OCCASION

Biscaia, Paula Ernesto and Maria Biscaia Birthday/Cindy Biscaia Scholarship

Calosso, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Gregory & Noreen Basso 50th Wedding Anniversary

Calosso, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Barry & Barbara McCandless 50th Wedding Anniversary

Catanio, Debby Carol Sanguinetti Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Catanio, Debby Cheryl Pombo-Soda Charitable Donation/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Ella Pombo Antionette Pombo Mother’s Day/Birthday/Damon pombo Scholarship

Enderle, Mary Jean Cheryl Pombo Soda Damon Pombo Scholarship

Enderle, Mary Jean Antoinette Pombo Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Enderle, Mary Jean Carol Sanguinetti Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Ernie pombo Antionette Pombo Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Morelli, Peter Kathy Fay, Chris Kilby, Chris Martin, Judy Zeiher Birthday/Morelli Family Scholarship

Pombo Ernie & Elaine Carol Sanguinetti Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Pombo, Ella & Children Debora Catanio Damon Pombo Scholarship

Pombo, Ella & Damon Antoinette Pombo Christmas/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Pombo, Toni Carol Sanguinetti Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Rishwain, Joe & Connie Jeff & Linda Heiser 50th Wedding Anniversary

Rogers, Coraleta Nicholas Elliott & William Grotemeyer Birthday/Coraleta Rogers Scholarship

Sanguinetti, Carol Antoinette Pombo Birthday/ Damon Pombo Scholarship

Scriven, Mike David & Sherry Leonard Birthday/ SM Chapel Fund

SM Football Program Gerald & Patty Shipman Charitable Donation

St Mary’s Chapel Mary Ann Mahoney Charitable Donation

St. Mary’s High School Angelo Aiello Charitable Donation

Raymond & Beverly Owning

President’s Account for Scholarships

Joseph & Teresa Hermosillo

President’s Account for Scholarships

Hollandale Nursery

Charitable Donation

L. Gutterres, M. Gutterres Charitable Donation

Valverde, Ben & Lucy Frank & Ramona Lozano 68th Wedding Anniversary/ Lozano Family Scholarship

LOST ALUMNI

Alumni Office Needs Your Help!

We have too many lost alumni -

let’s get them back to St. Mary’s!

Go to http://bit.ly/SMalumni and

click on the year you want to

check and find familiar names.

Please email alumni@

saintmaryshighschool.org or call

us at (209) 957-3340, ext 112 with

any addresses you can give us.

Thank you!

~ Sister Marie Molini (‘46) and

Rose Simonelli Leonardini (‘48)

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class notes

Class of 1972 John Zidich was named President of Domestic Publishing in 2015. John has oversight for all domestic

publishing business, which includes both print and related digital products and sales across the organization. He formerly was chief

executive of Republic Media & publisher of The Arizona Republic. Before coming to Phoenix, he served as president & publisher of the

Reno (Nev.) Gazette-Journal, after starting his Gannett career in 1977 at the Stockton Record, formerly owned by Gannett.

Class of 1980 Paul DeLuca and his daughter, Emmy DeLuca (’18), recently climbed to the summit of Mount Whitney,

the highest peak in the continental United States. They achieved the 14,505-foot climb in 14-1/2 hours, covering 22 miles. “Mental and

physical strength is vital in order to build resilience when feeling the effects of altitude and fatigue. I owe my fitness level to the training program I follow

as a member of the St. Mary’s volleyball team,” said Emmy.

Class of 1983 Gloria Sandoval has been appointed deputy director of public affairs at the California Department of Parks and Recreation.

Gloria has served as associate director of communications at the California Natural Resources Agency since 2014. She served as a public information

officer at the California Department of Parks and Recreation from 2013 to 2014 and held several positions at the California Department of Boating and

Waterways from 2000 to 2013, including public information officer and boating education specialist.

Class of 1986 Scott Weaver is a principal at Carney Badley Spellman and practices in the area of commercial litigation, general civil

litigation, real estate and business. He was named by Washington Rising Star magazine as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in Washington state.

Scott graduated summa cum laude from the University of San Diego and earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of California, Los Angeles,

School of Law and a certificate in Commercial Real Estate from the University of Washington.

Class of 1996 David Giordano has been named Teacher of the Year by the faculty of Mt. Diablo School District. David teaches at Olympic

High School in Concord and is a strong proponent of alternative education. Vice Principal Sandra Spaulding nominated David for the honor, citing his

ability to work well with all the stakeholders: students, teachers, parents and school personnel. “He respects and reaches the at-risk students and helps

them reach their own goals,” she said. David received both his Teaching Credential and Masters in Teaching Leadership from St. Mary’s College of

Moraga.

Class of 2005 Kathleen Aranda graduated from Chaminade University of Honolulu in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a

minor in Chemistry. She is working on a Masters in Education with a focus on STEM. Kathleen has taught high school science for the past five years and

is currently teaching at San Joaquin Building Futures Academy in Stockton. She is married and has two step-sons, and recently bought their first home.

Class of 2010 Alle Moreno was named assistant coach for the San Jose State women’s basketball programs. The majority of her time will

focus on recruiting, coordinating team travel and directing youth camps. In addition, she has responsibilities for film breakdown and fundraising. Alle

holds a Bachelor of Arts from Sacramento State University and a Masters in Business Administration from San Jose State University.

Class of 2011 Max Wilkinson graduated from the Air Force Academy in May and is now 2nd Lieutenant Wilkinson. He led

Squadron 24 in the air parade as Squadron Commander. He is currently in Texas for Pilot training.

U.S. Navy Ensign Jacqueline Marie Rine graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in May and was commissioned as an officer in

the U.S. Navy. After graduation, she was assigned to the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland,

where she will continue studies toward a degree in medicine.

Dominick DiSerio also graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, in May. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Systems

Engineering. At the academy, he was a member of the silent drill team. He has been commissioned as a Second lieutenant in the Marine Corps.

Brittany Franks graduated with honors from San Diego State University.

Class of 2012 Lauren Fisher is debuting the new fall 2015 Nike MetCon training shoe in her own exclusive colorway – a shoe specifically

tailored for high-intensity competitive training. “To me, strength is not only being strong in weight lifting and training, but also having that special willpower

in your daily life. Pushing through obstacles and not listening to what others say.” At 18 years old, Fisher finished 9th in the world championships and also

represented the United States in the Junior World Weightlifting Championships. Lauren is a senior at San Diego State University and joined the Invictus

gym under coach C.J. Martin. Since her move, she has finished ninth overall at the 2014 Nationals and represented the United States in the Junior World

Weightlifting Championships.

Class of 2013 Grace Cabri visited her brother, Anthony Cabri (’15), at the Air Force Academy.

“My parents and I were there to watch the Acceptance Day Ceremony which marks the end of Basic Training

and the acceptance of the new freshman class into the cadet wing. We were able to talk to him for a few hours,

check out the campus, etc. While we were visiting we stopped at his room to drop off a few things, and as we were

standing there a familiar face happened to walk by. It turns out, Joey Carl (’13) now lives just a few doors down

from Anthony! I couldn’t help but laugh when we found out. It’s too funny to think that the two St. Mary’s kids at the

Academy are now living down the hall from each other!”

Anthony Cabri (’15)

Joey Carl (’13)

Class of 2014 Wesley Thompson made the Dean’s List at Cal Lutheran University.


in memoriam

May They Rest In Peace

March 1, 2015 – September 21, 2015

Dario Bella................................ 1941

Angela Torlai Mariani................ 1941

Joseph Larranaga.................... 1942

Thelma Risso de Ganna........... 1944

Marian Sorenson Ehresman..... 1945

Donald Peirano......................... 1947

Frances Quinn.......................... 1950

Nicholas Holt, IV....................... 1953

Angela Baccelli Fisk................. 1955

Donald Martin........................... 1959

Daniel Leary............................. 1960

Ann Clark Stiefvater.................. 1960

Paul Silvani............................... 1966

Robert Firpo.............................. 1969

Jesse Bello............................... 1970

Sally Costanza Corradi............. 1970

Gregory Braddock.................... 1978

Jonathan Diehl.......................... 1980

Jeffrey Heitman........................ 1980

Keisha Wooten......................... 1996

Matthew Smith II....................... 2008

Our Lady, Queen of the

Angels Chapel

A leaf in our chapel is a special way to show your

support. Contact Diane Malcoun in Development at

(209) 957-3340, ext 180 or email

dmalcoun@saintmaryshighschool.org

Friends of St. Mary’s

March 1, 2015 – September 21, 2015

Peter Rishwain (March 7, 2015)

Richard Martucci (March19, 2015)

Bro. Neil McMenamin, O.S.F.S. (April 7, 2015)

Seldon Brusa (May 28, 2015)

Msgr. Harmon Skillin (May 22, 2015)

Max Paulsen (July 23, 2015)

Honor the

memory of your

loved one and

help a student

who has lost a

parent with a

Tribute Gift.

Ken Botto

Ken Botto (’55) recently passed away at the age of 71. Mr. Botto

was a photographer whose works were shown in the New York

Metropolitan Museum and the New York and San Francisco

Museums of Modern Art. As a student at St. Mary’s, Mr. Botto

did the drawings for The Kettle newspaper. In 1978, Mr. Botto

published the photography book, “Past Joys.” There is a research

award of $5,000 being offered for individuals willing to study Mr.

Botto’s life/work, or to work in the same tradition.

For more information visit http://www.creativephotography.org/

study-research/fellowships-internships/Kenneth-j-botto-researchfellowship

Stop by the Van Ruiten Family Library and view other

collections of our graduates published books!

The Unspeakables - Laverne Gay ‘32

Wine of Satan - Laverne Gay ‘32

We Wore Jump Boots and Baggy Pants - John Ospital ‘32

A Foreign Kid in World War II Shanghai - George A. Kulstad ‘53

My Pioneer Grandfather, John Henry Tone - Alice Tone Gibbons ‘55

Past Joys - Ken Botto ‘55

The Center of Attention - Ron Morgan ‘59

Mutual Dreaming - Linda Lane Magallon ‘61

The Great Society and Related Verse - J.F. Martin, Jr. ‘61

Falsework - John Briscoe ‘66

The Taddich Grill - John Briscoe ‘66

Extraordinary Golf - Fred Shoemaker ‘70 and Pete Shoemaker ‘68

The Hip Girls Handbook - Patty DeGregori ‘93

You’re a Vampire - That Sucks!: A Survival Guide - Domenick Dicce ‘ 95

Memorial Gifts Program

A tribute gift is a special way to honor or remember a loved one. Upon

receipt of your contribution an acknowledgment card will be sent to the

person designated, stating that a donation has been received in their honor.

When you honor the memory of a deceased person, you help a student

who has lost a parent. Memorial gifts may also benefit scholarships and

departments. St. Mary’s living benefactors are remembered at Mass on

the First Friday of each month. The names of the deceased are inscribed

in our In Memoriam book and are remembered in a special Mass on the

third Wednesday of each month in the St. Mary’s Chapel.

Please mail form below to:

St. Mary’s Alumni Office | P.O. Box 7247 | Stockton, CA 95267-0247

In the Name of:

Mail Acknowledgement Card to:

Address:

How do you wish the card signed:

Date: Amount: $

In Memory of Scholarship Birthday

Anniversary Special Occasion__________________

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Saint Mary’s High School

Development Office

P.O. Box 7247

Stockton, CA 95267-0247

November

8 President’s Club Dinner

24 Blue Mass

December

8 Grandparents Mass

15-18 S1 Final Exams

Save the Date

January

6-22 CROP Clothing Drive

21 Incoming Frosh Parent Info Night

22 Eighth Grade Day

23 First Placement Test

February

1-5 Catholic Schools Week

6 Crab Feed

25 Haggin Museum, Celebrating

140 Years Wine Social

March

9 Shadow A Ram

10-13 Spring Musical, Hello Dolly

14-17 Registration

April

16 140th Anniversary Celebration

27 Fine Arts Night

May

2 - 12 AP Testing

28 Class of 2016 Graduation

Leo and Marie Gutterres celebrated their 50th

wedding anniversary last July in Our Lady,

Queen of the Angels Chapel. Mr. and Mrs.

Gutterres are parents of Michael (’87) and

Edith (’94). Mr. Gutterres wanted to give back

to St. Mary’s High School and designed and

created the two beautiful stained glass windows

in the Van Ruiten Family Library. He has also

created several windows for the Church of the

Presentation in Stockton. Please stop by our

library next time you’re on campus to appreciate

Mr. Gutterres’ wonderful craftsmanship.

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