BENEDICTINE HIGH SCHOOL FALL 2006 / Honor Roll of Donors
HIGH SCHOOL ENEDICTINE From The Headmaster
FAMILY Class of 2006 Graduates; Earn more than $1,500,000
Congratulations to the Class of 2006! The graduation ceremony for them
Headmaster and accompanying reunion for the class of 1956 was a special evening. Cadet
Mr. John B. McGinty T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S Patrick O’Grady, valedictorian, and Cadet Cameron Brammer, salutatorian did
excellent jobs addressing their classmates. Everyone enjoyed the memorable
Mr. Michael A. Bumbulsky
F E AT U R E S message to the graduates presented by Coach Jim Reid, head football coach at
VMI. We congratulate the class on a wonderful performance at the Figure and
From The Headmaster.........................................................................1 Graduation and wish them all the best in the future. Destinations of the out-
standing young men of this class are enclosed in this issue.
Mrs. Alice C. Crowder Alumni Spotlight - Jack Hanky ‘56 ....................................................5
Chaplain It Was A Blast.....................................................................................8 Year of Remembrance
Rev. Adrian W. Harmening, O.S.B. Benedictine students, faculty and parents suffered the loss of their beloved
Hyman Field .....................................................................................11 Latin teacher, Ms. Debbie Kaestner in November. The PTO Board created the
Commandant of Cadets
Graduation 2006...............................................................................12 Debbie Kaestner Memorial Fund for Academic Excellence to perpetuate Ms.
LTC Thomas A. Leonard
Kaestner’s memory and assist student and faculty study programs.
“We Had All Come Home”...............................................................15
Dean of Faculty In April we suffered a second tragedy when junior Brooks Berry passed
Ms. Carol A. Julian Around Campus ................................................................................16 away. Many friends of Benedictine and the Berry family created a scholarship
in his memory. The first Brooks Berry Music Scholarship was presented by his STUDENT COUNCIL
Director of Admissions Class Notes........................................................................................19 parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Berry, at our Awards ceremony in May. Our prayers ELECTIONS
Mr. Gregory J. Lilly continue to go out to the families of these two outstanding individuals.
Alumni Spotlight - Mark Royster ‘83 ...............................................24 Congratulations to the
Director of Advancement following Cadets:
Mr. Thomas J. Lukish Jr. ‘76 Honor Roll of Donors........................................................................27 Memorial Day
My sincere thanks goes to Mr. Jack Reardon, class of ‘47, for helping us plan SENIORS ‘07
Director of Athletics
BHS License Plate .....................................................Inside Back Cover the Memorial Day Program on May 25th. In addition to Mr. Reardon’s pre- President: Christian Dibert
Mr. W. Barry Gibrall ‘64 sentation, Mrs. Louise Teal, mother of Captain J. R. Teal, class of ‘90 and Mr. Joe
Afternoon Formation .................................................Inside Back Cover Vice-President Brooks Williams
Kelly, class of ‘54, addressed the Corps. During the program, Mr. Thurman
Director of Finance Sec/Treasurer Patrick Dibert
Cash introduced his son Trip, class of ‘73, who presented in his mother Helen’s
Mr. Karl Grotos ALUMNI BOARD OF DIRECTORS
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2005-2006 memory, an updated plaque listing former Cadets who have died in combat. It JUNIORS ‘08
Mr. John Michael Muldowney ‘81 - President
Rt. Rev. Patrick D. Moore, O.S.B. - Chairman was a stirring ceremony where Domenick D’Adamo, class of ‘37, received a President Michael Zacharias
Director of Guidance Mr. Charles D. Morehead ‘83 - Vice President
Mr. Jeffrey M. Gill ‘77 - President
Ms. Nancy Barrett Mr. Kevin D. Purnell ‘85 - Immediate Past President standing ovation from the Corps for his receiving the Distinguished Flying Vice-President William Carter
Mr. James J. Harenchar ‘82 - Vice President
Cross in World War II. The program concluded with thirty of our Cadets step-
Mr. Richard E. Dolan, Jr. ‘64 - Treasurer ALUMNI BOARD MEMBERS Sec/Treasurer Frankie Krimowski
Director of Technology Rt. Rev. Benedict R. McDermott, O.S.B. - Honorary ping forward from formation as we remembered those former Benedictine stu-
Mr. Stephen G. Adkins ‘93
Mr. Nelson A. Franks dents who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. SOPHOMORES ‘09
TRUSTEES Mr. K. Ruppert Beirne ‘83
Mr. Stephen K. Bannon ‘72 Mr. J. Scott Carreras ‘88 President John Beres
Mr. Francis R. Boehling ‘90 Mr. Thomas F. Cunningham ‘81 New Faculty Members Vice-President Tommy Lukish, III
Mr. C. Fair Brooks, III ‘67 Mr. Jerry C. Crews, Jr. ‘81
I am pleased to welcome the following new faculty members for the 2006-07
BENEDICTINEFAMILY Rev. Theophile W. Brown, O.S.B.
Mr. Martin A. Donlan, Jr.
Mrs. Mary Sue Dougherty
Mr. David A. Gallagher ‘92
Mr. Peter A. Gambardella ‘92
Mr. Brian E. Gates ‘94
Fr. Mark Purcell (Asst. Chaplain); Kelly Pace (English); Paulo Garcia (Math);
Sec/Treasurer Alex Oplinger
FRESHMAN ‘10 - The names of these
Mr. Robert L. Goodman ‘88
is an official publication of Mrs. Ellen P. Fountaine Craig Hamner (Math); Wallace Starke (Science); Chris Caramore (Social class officers were not available when
Mr. Michael C. Hanky ‘98
Benedictine High School. Rev. Adrian W. Harmening, O.S.B. Studies); Erin Drumm (Science); and Marian Abbot (French). Additionally, we we went to print. They will be elected
Mr. Christopher M. Kiefer ‘83
Questions concerning content, Mr. William T. Hupp during the fall.
Mr. Ian P. Little ‘92 will have a new school nurse, Mrs. Terri O’Brien. These educators will com-
information for the next issue or Mr. James B. McKenna, Jr. ‘64
Mr. John K. Loftus ‘81 plement an already excellent faculty, and we welcome them to the Benedictine
letters to the editor may be Mr. L. Reed O`Brien, Jr. ‘74
Mr. Sean M. McGrath ‘81
addressed to Benedictine High Bro. David R. Owen, O.S.B.
Mr. Marshall D. Banks, II ‘89 School Family.
School Advancement Office, 304 Mr. Charles F. Plageman ‘86 Mr. Patrick J. O’Connor ‘98
N. Sheppard Street, Richmond, Mr. Kerry E. Powers ‘70 Mr. John E. Outland ‘83
VA. 23221, by calling 804-545- Very Rev. Donald F. Scales, O.S.B. Mr. Paul C. Smith ‘90
5998. E-Mail to: cthomas@bene- Mr. Mark L. Smith ‘81 Mr. Walter J. Stumpf ‘75
dictinehighschool.org Mr. Brian S. Thomas ‘79 Mr. R. Michael Valentine ‘89
Mr. Edward S. Whitlock, III ‘80 Mr. J. Michael Williams ‘69 HONOR ROLL 1
BENEDICTINE FACULTY Ms. Marian Abbott
B.A. Institute for American Universities,
Mr. Nelson A. Franks, Technology
Coordinator, B.S. James Madison
PTO 2006 - 2007
HEADMASTER’S OFFICE Mr. Wallace Starke The mission of the Benedictine PTO is to promote the education and spiritual welfare of the students, encourage the
Mr. Ian K. Bodkin B.A. University of Virginia,
Mr. John B. McGinty, Headmaster ideals of Christian education and an active religious life, and foster an understanding of the mutual educational respon-
B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University M.S. University of Memphis
B.A. University of Richmond, sibilities of students, parents and faculty. The President is a member of the Board of Trustees.
M.Ed. University of Richmond Mrs. Karen D. Morano
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT We are the volunteer force that provides support EVENT COORDINATORS
Mr. Michael A. Bumbulsky, B.A. University of Richmond
services for the school, hosts special events, and
Associate Headmaster Mr. E. Michael Jarrett, Chair Athletics / Concessions - Terri Estes/Maria Zacharias
Mr. David A. Savage provides hospitality for school functions. These
B.S. United States Military Academy, B.A. University of Richmond, Registration / Book Day - Christine McKenna
B.A. Elon College, include:
M.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute M.H. University of Richmond Cafeteria Duty - Sherri Puccinelli
M.Ed. University of Southern California
* Academic Boosters - the Deb Kaestner New Family Picnic - Diane Bell
Mr. Chris Caramore
DEANS MATHMATICS DEPARTMENT B.A. Washington and Lee University Scholarship for Academic Excellence Mother / Son Dinner - Lynn Hargrove
Mrs. Alice C. Crowder * Athletic Concessions Grandparents’ Luncheon - Deborah Fulk
B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University, Mr. Robert W. Falkenbach, Chair Ms. Carol A. Julian * Cadet Shop Father / Son Dinner - Jen Fitzgerald/Linda Trumble
M.A. University of Virginia B.S. United States Naval Academy, B.S. University of Virginia,
M.S. U.S. Naval Post Graduate School * Registration & Book Day
M.M.S. Virginia Commonwealth Benedictine High School would like to thank the PTO mem-
Ms. Carol A. Julian * White Uniform Sales
Mr. Michael A. Bumbulsky University bers for the numerous contributions they make each and every
B.S. University of Virginia, * Cafeteria
B.S. United States Military Academy, day. They do so much work behind the scenes and cannot be
M.M.S. Virginia Commonwealth Mr. Sean McAloon * New Family Picnic
University M.S. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute thanked enough.
B.S. Randolph-Macon College * Grandparents Day
Mr. Paulo Garcia * Father-Son Banquet
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Robinson
ART DEPARTMENT B.S. Randolph-Macon College B.A. University of Virginia, * Mother-Son Banquet
* Liaison with St. Gertrude
THE 2006-07 CORP OF CADETS BATTALION
Mrs. Cathyann L. Burgess, Chair M.A. Marshall University,
B.S. Daemen College, Mr. Craig A. Hamner
J.D. The College of William and Mary * Liaison with Richmond Parent Council Battalion Commander Lieutenant Colonel Brooks Williams
M.S. Ed. Buffalo State College B.S. United States Naval Academy
M.P.A. George Washington University Battalion Executive Officer Major Alex Craven
Mrs. Elizabeth Scolaro TECHONOLIGY DEPARTMENT Battalion Liaison Captain Matt Griffin
B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University Mrs. Adrian S. Hogan President - Eddie Whitlock ‘80 Battalion Sergeant Major Command Sergeant Major John Rivas
Rev. Adrian W. Harmening, O.S.B.,
B.Ch.E. Georgia Institute of Technology 1st Vice President (Programs) - Becky Combs Special Staff
Mr. J. Thomas Wakefield 2nd Vice President (Volunteers) - Rosemarie Judge Advocate General Captain Brandon Dixon
Mr. Daniel A. Rolfe B.A. St. Benedict’s College,
B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University Schoepke
B.S. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and S.T.B. Belmont Abbey Seminary, Honor Captain Captain William McKenna
State University M.Ed. University of Virginia, 3rd Vice President (Cadet Shop) - Cindy Padden Chaplain First Lieutenant Patrick Dibert
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Hon. PhD. Belmont Abbey College Secretary - Sue Dibert
Mrs. Alice C. Crowder, Chair
MILITARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Treasurer - Francine Spradlin Battalion S1
B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University, Mr. William J. Doran ‘92
M.A. University of Virginia LTC (Retired) Thomas A. Leonard B.A. Christendom College EX-OFFICIO OFFICERS Captain James Rivas
B.S. James Madison University, Battalion S2
Mr. Joseph P. Arnold, Jr. M.ED George Mason University Rev. Joseph M. Lukyamuzi, O.S.B Abbot - Rt. Rev. Patrick D. Moore, OSB
Captain Alex Cieslarczyk
B.A. Virginia Military Institute B.A. Makerere University Headmaster - John McGinty
SGM Bernard C. Branch Battalion S3
Assistant Headmaster - Mike Bumbulsky
Mr. W. Barry Gibrall ‘64 Army Instructor Rev. Mark A. Purcell, O.S.B. Captain Joe Maguire
B.A. University of Richmond, B.A, Ohio University COMMITTEES & LIAISONS Battalion S4
M.H. University of Richmond 1SG H. Clayton Plumley M.A. St. Vincent Seminary
Academic Boosters Liaison - Becky Combs Captain Ben Havens
Ms. Julia C. Killian Mr. Patrick White Advancement Liaison - Annie Williams Battalion S5
B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University SCIENCE DEPARTMENT B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University Athletic Association Liaison - Cindy Conte Captain Lucas Combs
Faculty Liaisons - John McGinty, Mike A Company Commander
Ms. Ann Miller Mr. Robert W. Falkenbach, Chair LIBRARY Bumbulsky Captain Christian Dibert
B.A. Randolph-Macon Woman’s College B.S. United States Naval Academy,
M.S. U.S. Naval Post Graduate School Mrs. Sally C. Boykin Hospitality Co-Chairs - Christine McKenna, B Company Commander
Ms. Kelly Pace B.A. College of William and Mary, Jeanne Albright, Denise Reardon, Captain Patrick Horsley
B.A. University of Richmond, Mr. Dennis M. Driscoll M.Ed. Virginia Commonwealth C Company Commander
M.A. Virginia Commonwealth University B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University University, Military Liaison - Annie Williams Captain Savino Padrone
M.L.S. Catholic University of America Parent Council Liaison - Margaret Piacentini D Company Commander
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Ms. Erin Drumm
B.S. Virginia Commonwealth University Parliamentarian - Becky Combs Captain Joseph Cantafio
Mrs. Alice C. Crowder, Chair
B.A. Virginia Commonwealth University, St. Gertrude Liaison - Diane Bell Headquarters Company Commander
M.A. University of Virginia Captain Kevin Estes
Honor Platoon Commander
Captain Josh Beach
Captain Josh Riding
2 BENEDICTINE FAMILY HONOR ROLL 3
MILITARY REGISTRY OF REMEMBRANCES HONOR ROLL CATCHING UP WITH JOHN J. “JACK” HANKY, JR. ‘56
The following was submitted by Mr. Edward F. Sulzbach ‘82 From the Office of the “I can clearly remember walking past Benedictine on the Jean, Jack’s wife of thirty-three years, has also embraced
Commandant way to St. Benedict’s Parochial School and looking forward the Benedictine way of life. She has been a parent volun-
On July 1, 2006, one of our fallen brothers was honored at to the day I could attend,” said Jack Hanky. “It was 1950 teer, a member of the BCCC committee and recently com-
a Healing Field in Lynchburg, Virginia. For the first four Greetings Benedictine Alumnus,
and my cousin Frank Creery was the Cadet Colonel. I idol- pleted six years of service on the BHS Board of Trustees.
days in July, a healing field was erected in Lynchburg, ized him and was awed by the athletes. I could not wait Jack and Jean believe that family comes first. “We go to
Virginia adjacent to Liberty University. An American Flag Benedictine High School wishes to record the names
of all Cadets who have served in the military services until I was old enough to attend the school great lengths to celebrate everyone’s birth-
was placed on an eight foot staff for every American I passed every day.” The Family News day, first communion, confirmation and
Service member killed in the current action in Afghanistan since the school was founded in 1911.
caught up with Jack this summer just after graduation.” His sons, John III (Jay) ‘75 and
and Iraq. As I walked among the 2,847 flags there, I The purpose of the project is two-fold: his 50th BHS reunion. Mike ‘98, both graduated from BHS, as did
searched for one. Appropriately, it was set aside in a sec-
grandsons Jayson Hanky ‘02, Anthony
tion for Virginia’s sons and daughters that had made the * To remember and honor those who have served The only child of Loreine and Johnny Marchetti ‘00, Jacob Marchetti ‘03 and
ultimate sacrifice. A yellow ribbon was affixed to the our country and given of themselves to preserve Hanky, young Jack enrolled at BHS in the Benjamin Marchetti ‘05. He has another
staff, which read “J.R. Teal, killed in Baqubah, Iraq on our freedom, fall of 1952 and began a legacy that contin- grandson, Jeffrey Gill in the Class of 2007.
October 23, 2003”. Nearby, a mother, surrounded by fami- * To invite those still living to any future school ues to this day. Jack is known to many as All have played varsity sports. Two more
ly, wept for her fallen Virginia son. It was infectious. As I events or ceremonies honoring our veterans. “Ace”, “Hanky Panky” to classmates and grandsons, Kevin Gill and Wyatt Haas have
walked amongst those flags with my two daughters, I felt
Coach to others in addition to Dad, enrolled for this fall in the Class of 2010 and
such anguish and sorrow. All of these flags represented If you are a veteran, or if you know of a former Granddaddy, and most recently Great seven more grandsons are in the pipeline.
more than one individual. There were mothers, fathers, Benedictine student who is, please send us the name Daddy. For all of these past 54 years, he has Last but not least, Jack’s first great-grand-
husbands, sisters, brother, wives, sons and daughters. and if still living, the current address. (We would
Ultimately, I had gratitude for the sacrifice made by these dedicated himself to his own family while son, Taegan Logan, will most certainly be a
also like the names of deceased Cadets.) constantly working to further the Cadet since his father Michael Logan ‘00
men and women. Though I never met J.R., Benedictine
Class of 1990, he will always be my brother and my hero. Benedictine tradition. Jack Hanky as a Cadet and his mother, granddaughter Whitney
The following information would also be of interest: Lewis Logan, SGHS ‘02 share in the
America truly is the Land of the Free, Because of the
Brave. “It seems like everything I have done in schools’ traditions.
* Years attending Benedictine life, I’ve done ahead of time. I got married early, got into
* Year of graduation from Benedictine business early and had children early.” He was married In addition to the above, Jack’s six daughters, Ginny,
The Family News would like to thank Mr. Sulzbach for sharing * Military service organization (i.e. Army, Navy,
his thoughts about J.R. Teal and all the men and women who while still in high school, got his real estate license at age 19 Lori, Cindy, Bobbie, Jackie and Townley graduated from St.
Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, Merchant and had seven children by the time he was 23. “It has been Gertrude’s as well as granddaughters, Whitney and Peyton
protect our freedom. Marines) a pretty full life. I have been blessed!” Lewis, Emily Haas, and Allyson Gill. Cori Hanky will
* Years of military service: graduate in ‘07 with Amy Gill just around the corner. Jack
Married at a young age, Jack had to leave BHS, go to is also proud of his three cadet sons-in-law; Jeff Gill ‘77 who
Any additional information you may wish to pro- work and attend classes at Hermitage High School. He is currently President of the BHS Board of Trustees (Cindy),
vide would be welcome: (highest rank, experiences,
later told his parents that, “if I cannot graduate from Ken Harvey ‘79 (Jackie) and Paul Marchetti ‘80 (Townley).
campaigns, citations, etc.)
Benedictine, I would just as soon not graduate at all.” Hell-
bent on earning his diploma from BHS while working for “I may be the only Cadet graduate to have had a son
Please forward this information to:
the C&O Railroad in Huntington, West Virginia, he took (Mike) and grandson (Anthony) at BHS at the same time.
night classes and fulfilled the requirements set forth by Benedictine is woven throughout our lives and I could not
LTC (Retired) Thomas A. Leonard
Father Andrew and Father Christopher. It was this persis- be happier. I think back to my days at Benedictine and
Commandant, Benedictine High School
tent nature that served him well over the years. “Father could not be any more proud than to see my sons and
304 N. Sheppard Street
Christopher challenged me and then assured me that if I grandsons attend the school that I love. They are now see-
Richmond, Va. 23221
did my part, I could in fact graduate from BHS even though ing the benefits of the ultra strong bonds that are developed
I was busy supporting my family.” His framed Benedictine by the students and alumni. There is a connectivity that
diploma hangs prominently in his home today. will serve them well the rest of their lives. It is the leader-
OR ship that they learned and the ability to count on others that
Mr. Jack Reardon ‘47 Now the father of eight, grandfather of twenty-three, sets Benedictine apart. As freshmen, we looked to the
18104 Dogwood Trail Rd and recently a great-grandfather, Jack continues to show upperclassmen for guidance once we arrived on campus.
Rockville, VA. 23146 his family the benefits of hard work, belief in oneself and They set the tone for everything we did.”
(804) 749-4129 persistency. “My father pointed me in the right direction
continued on page 6
and others have helped immensely along the way. My
mother was a gentle lady. I hope I learned how to care for
people the way she did.”
4 BENEDICTINE FAMILY HONOR ROLL 5
CATCHING UP WITH JOHN J. “JACK” HANKY, JR. ‘56
before starting his own land development business in 1974.
The JJH Corporation continues to develop properties in
and around Richmond. Now run by his son Jay, Jack is still
Jack’s active connection to BHS athletics began in 1960.
“Cadet football coach Bobby Ross ‘55 (current coach at
very active in the company when not entertaining children
and grandchildren at the river. “I could not be more proud
FOOTBALL TO BE REVIVED FOR PAROCHIAL SCHOOL BOYS
West Point) asked me if I would assist as a volunteer and I
of what Jay has done with the company and I have enjoyed This coordinated initiative re-creates a “feeder” system
jumped at the opportunity. I was a very young man just It has been 24 years since area boys attending parochial
mentoring Mike. Jay is the President and a steadying influ- for Benedictine. Headmaster John McGinty believes “that
back in Richmond and wanted to help the cadets any way schools have been able to participate in youth football with
ence. Mike has contributed high energy and creativity, their schoolmates. Prompted to evaluate the sport by a it will be a great opportunity for the youth and parents of
I could. I did a little bit of everything. Being an assistant
which has really jump-started the company. We are aggres- tragic death, Bishop Walter Sullivan banned football in our Catholic feeder schools to become familiar with our
on the 1962 (Bobby Tyler-coached) undefeated team was
sively pursuing a variety of new development opportuni- 1982. He stood by this decision until his retirement in 2003. coaching staff and facilities at the Abbey while building
and still is a football highlight of my life. I was especially
ties. My son-in-law, Paul Marchetti, has been with the com- memories of participating in a quality football program.
proud that my two sons both served as co-captains of their
pany since the early ‘80s and has also been instrumental in This exposure can only be positive for our future enroll-
respective football teams in ‘75 and ‘98, both winning sea- Now, after more than two decades, youth football has
our success. It is a joy to see your children succeed. I had ment. I am excited and grateful for this effort on behalf of
sons!” been revived, providing opportunity for parochial school
a vision and they have built upon it beautifully.” the school.”
Another young coach on that 1960 football team was boys. Beginning in August 2006, Benedictine will sponsor
Jack mentioned that Benedictine has played a major part
Warren Rutledge. Little did they know at the time that this
in his varied business interests, including significant rela-
the Cadet Middie’s, a seventh and eighth grade team that “As a product of the Catholic school
association would evolve into a 40-year friendship. “Rut will combine boys from local Catholic schools: St.
tionships with Herman Beckstoffer ‘56 (architecture and Benedict’s, St. Bridget’s, St. Edward’s, All Saints, Our Lady football program, I am very proud
asked if I would help with basketball and I jumped again.
real estate), Frank Carpin ‘56 (stocks and bonds), Franklin of Lourdes and St. Mary’s. to be able to bring this back,”
I did not care if it meant sweeping the floor - I loved
Williamson ‘59 (insurance), Richard Burke ‘61 (CPA), Jim
Benedictine. We had some unbelievably great teams and I A small group of alumni had spoken with Benedictine SAYS MR. GIBRALL.
McKenna ‘64 (retail) and the late Monte Williamson ‘53
felt privileged being a part of such a tremendous program.” Athletic Director Barry Gibrall ‘64 about reviving the sport
(insurance and real estate). “I think it is good to deal with
Except for a sabbatical in the mid 80’s when he served on for middle school boys. Mark Puccinelli ‘84 and others The Middie’s will play against Fork Union, St.
competent people who share your values. I trust my
Benedictine’s Board took the lead approaching the Diocese, the parochial Christopher’s, Collegiate and others. Sixty boys began
of Trustees, Coach schools and others to turn the idea into a reality. Henry practice in the late summer. They are working hard and
Hanky sat beside the Although Jack and Jean spend much of their time at Berling ‘90, Frank Boehling ‘90, Scott Wilson ‘80 and Mark seem excited to play with their classmates and those from
legendary hoops their home on the Rappahannock River in White Stone, have worked tirelessly to bring this vision full circle. other Catholic schools.
coach for nearly four they are in Richmond quite a bit. “We love the water but “There appears to be quite a bit of excitement,” says Mark.
decades. “Rut was a run to Richmond all the time to see the children and grand- “I think this will provide an opportunity for parochial
brilliant coach but children. We are very proud of them and wish to share in school boys and maybe for Benedictine. I had a great Note - Jack Cooksey ‘85 authored an in-depth article in the
always looked to his their lives as much as possible.” Jack declared that he was experience playing at St. Bridget’s and hope boys today May 2006 Richmond Magazine about the Middie football pro-
assistants for at the hospital for the births of all twenty-three grandchil- will enjoy the same.” gram.
insights. He wel- dren.
We finally asked Coach what he hopes they will say
on how the team
about him another 50 years down the road. “I hope they
could improve. I
say that I was always there for my family and that I con-
admired him as a
tributed something positive to the success of Benedictine
coach and as a per-
son. We were the
best of friends. I Jack is joined by sons Jay, Mike and It is clear that Jack’s lifelong love of BHS has produced
was honored when grandson Jayson quite a legacy. His is truly one to be recognized and
the Rutledge family remembered.
asked me to give the eulogy at his funeral in 1999. I was
equally honored when my grandson and namesake, John J.
IV (Jayson), then a junior, got up and gave his eulogy from
a student’s and player’s perspective.
The Family News asked Jack what he learned from the
winner of 949 high school games. “Rut taught me that with
good organization, confidence in your teammates, execut-
ing a game plan and always giving 100% to the end, you
can overcome significant advantages in your opponent.
His coaching philosophy and the foregoing `business plan` Cadet coach Sean McAloon held his first basketball camp in June.
Forty-five elementary and middle-schoolers participated. Counselors
have served me well in business.” Jack rose to executive included, assistant coach Ryan Stein, current Cadet players and
level positions with two different mortgage companies Vernon Hamilton ‘03.
6 BENEDICTINE FAMILY Jack and Jean surrounded by their children at the river. HONOR ROLL 7
IT WAS A... THE 1911 HANDICAP
SPONSORED BY DIRECT IMPRESSIONS (MARK
SMITH ‘81 & MIKE MULDOWNEY’81) FEATURED: Blast
* 94 Special - Andrew Bennett Morehead ‘94
2006 * Commiekickball - Pete Gambardella ‘92
* Big Joe - Scott Carreras ‘88
* Ambulance Chaser - Connor Johnson ‘90
* Stillacadet - Kris and Tom Lukish, Jr. ‘76
Gallagher ‘92, Stewart Hargrove, Todd Hoyle ‘92, Ian Little
‘92, Cathy Monaghan, Lynette Musick, Joann Newhouse,
* Old Trusty 2 - BHS Board of Trustees John Newhouse, Christie Powers, Gary Powers ‘71, Kevin
The Benedictine community gathered on May Purnell ‘85, Rose Schoepke, Linda Trumble, Kay White
6th for this year’s Blast, “A Day at the Races.” and Annie Williams.
Nearly 300 alumni, parents and friends gath-
ered to watch Barbaro win the Kentucky Derby
THE MILITARY MILE
SPONSORED BY RPM GRAPHICS (CHARLES We also want to thank the following corporate sponsors:
prior to our “live racing” event. We want to CSI, Digital Innovations, HandCraft Cleaners, H & H
thank Kirby Brooks ‘73 and Comcast for assist- PLAGEMAN ‘86) FEATURED: Mailing, JMJ Corporation and World Cup.
ing us with televising the “Run for the Roses”. * Custom Kitchens - David Hendrick ‘73
Spectrum provided fabulous musical enter- * Sunshine Boys - Joanne and William Dieter
tainment at the Children’s Museum of * Digging up Gold - Digital Innovations Group
Richmond. Thanks to our sponsors, volunteers * Spitshine - Mary Sue and Richard Dougherty ‘ 58
and supporters, almost $40,000 was raised. We * Old Trusty 3 - BHS Board of Trustees
especially want to thank our event sponsors * Seamus - Kelly O’Toole and Paul Howle
ServPro of Chesterfield (Cadet parents Theresa
The Cadets form a sabre arch to welcome everyone
and Andy Bahen) and Glory Days Grill (Cadet The final race, the Benedictine Stakes, was sponsored by
to the Blast
parents Susan and Mark Ferreri) for their gen- ServPro of Chesterfield and Tri-Cities, Inc. It showcased
erous support. Barton Leahey III ‘86 claimed the winners of the first five races and one wild card
the $5,000 1st prize in the raffle. Father Donald (Norfleet) selected randomly. The Class of 2007 sponsored
Scales won the TV and current Cadet parent this entry as a tribute to their classmate, Brooks Norfleet
Sue Dibert won the custom made “Richmond Bracelet”
from C.L. Ford Jewelers. We are already thinking about
THE ABBEY FUTURITY Berry, who had died a month earlier.
the Blast 2007. Please give us a call if you would like to
SPONSORED BY PARENTS IN APPRECIATION OF THE We also want to acknowledge and thank the many volun-
help support this important event. BHS FACULTY FEATURED: teers who worked on this event. Led by Cadet parent
* Green Machine - Margaret and Gary Piacentini ‘73 Lynn Hargrove, a number of dedicated individuals
Here is a listing of the race and horse sponsors: * Mad McK - Madeline and James McKenna ‘64 worked tirelessly to ensure the Blast was a success. They Race winners present their trophies.
* Ruts Runt - Allison and Reed O’Brien ‘74 are: Lori Caldwell, Wendy Colbert, Sue Dibert,
* Charlie - Steve Goodman ‘71 Susanne Dibert, Deborah Fulk, Selena Giannasi, David
THE SHEPPARD STREET SPRINT * Old Trusty 1 - BHS Board of Trustees
SPONSORED BY GLORY DAYS GRILL FEATURED: * Ace - Cindy Hanky Gill
* PTO Cruiser - BHS PTO
* Advocate - Lynn and Stewart Hargrove
* H & H - Lynette and David Musick THE CADET CLASSIC
* Breakaway - Rebecca and David Maguire SPONSORED BY MARTIN, DOLAN (RICHARD’64)
* Doubletime March - Linda and Don Trumble AND HOLTON FEATURED:
* Virginia Winner - Pam and David Horsley
* VAS-Y - Wendy and Dan Schmitt
* Benchwarmers Avenger - Deborah and Brian Fulk
* Schoepke’s Sunchaser - Rosemarie and
* Kilted King - Joann and John Newhouse
* Norfleet - The Class of 2007
* Zac Attack - Lori and Bill Caldwell
Cadet fathers Richard Schoepke, Stewart Hargrove and Hugh
Dibert enjoying the festivities
8 BENEDICTINE FAMILY HONOR ROLL 9
GREG LILLY NAMED NEW ADMISSIONS DIRECTOR BENEDICTINE DEDICATES HYMAN FIELD
John McGinty announced in July 2006 the hiring of Mr. Greg Benedictine offers a great education and a life-changing oppor-
The Cadets will now play baseball on Hyman Field fol-
Lilly as the new Admissions Director. Greg came to Benedictine tunity. We have a great story to tell and I plan on telling it
lowing a dedication on May 12th.
a year ago to teach history and coach football. He will continue often.” Haywood B. “Huddy” Hyman, Jr. ‘70 and his wife
to coach while taking on his new responsibilities. A Captain in the United States Marine Corp who served two Claudette were joined by their children Haywood, III ‘03,
A native of the Washington, D.C. area, Greg arrived in tours in Iraq, Greg respects the military aspect of Benedictine. “I Thomas ‘04, Virginia, St. Gertrude ‘07, family and friends
Richmond in 1988. A product of a Catholic high school believe the military component of BHS challenges boys. It pro- for a ceremony at Mary Mother of the Church Abbey. Also
(Gonzaga), he “walked on” to the University of Richmond foot- vides leadership opportunities at an age when they are building present on the field were “Huddy’s” sister Mary Carter
ball team and finished his career as a three-year starter at QB the foundation that will frame the rest of their lives. The Marine Hyman and nephew Henry Skiba ‘06.
(Atlantic 10 player of the year - ‘92) with a degree in Economics Corp taught me the value of having faith in your fellow man.
(‘93). “I was just an ordinary guy working to get the best out of This is strengthened at Benedictine by the military, the core Sitting beside the Bobby Ross (‘56) football Stadium on
my abilities. I was fortunate to interact with many good coach- Christian values and athletic opportunity. I have only been here River Road, Hyman Field is a beautiful addition to one of
es and teachers.” for a year but can clearly see the ‘brotherhood’ so often referred the finest athletic complexes in the city. The state-of-the-
Mr. McGinty states that, “Greg really is very much like the to by students and alumni.” Greg quickly adds that every boy art scoreboard in left-centerfield provides the perfect back-
type of young man that we are trying to attract to Benedictine. can participate in athletics, clubs or extracurricular activities if drop for high school baseball.
As a graduate of a Catholic high school, Greg has experience in they choose. “The non-academic aspect of Benedictine is an
the type of college preparatory program we have at important component of this very unique experience. It is the Athletic Director Barry Gibrall ‘64 kicked off the ceremo-
Benedictine. His recruiting experience as an assistant at U of R perfect complement to what is taught in the classroom.” ny by welcoming everyone to the picturesque facility.
The Cadets did not have a chance to play the game
will serve him well. He will have a lot of contact with the Greg has begun developing and implementing a strategy Abbot Patrick Moore blessed the new home of the Cadets
against Notre Dame Academy due to the inclement weath-
Middie football program which should help his knowledge that will reach out to alumni, the Catholic schools, the parishes prior to comments from head coach Sean Ryan,
er that held off just long enough for a ceremony. Rain pelt-
base of future students and their parents.” and others. “A focus will be to make sure the community Headmaster John McGinty and Huddy. Coach Ryan pre-
ed the field just moments after Huddy thanked his friends
Greg always wanted to work with high school boys. “I am knows what we have to offer,” adds Greg. sented Huddy with a #1 Cadet jersey and then handed the
in attendance and all those who made gifts to improve the
attracted to the opportunity to make a difference in their lives. “We need to tell more people about our strong faculty, the microphone to Mr. McGinty. Mr. McGinty thanked Huddy
athletic fields at the Abbey.
They are very impressionable and eager to learn. I hope to pass and Claudette and presented them with a framed print of
honors level course offerings, the importance of Christian val-
on what I have learned to impact their development. I had met Benedictine High School.
ues and how Benedictine provides a foundation for success. I The Cadet community would like to thank Huddy and
Mr. McGinty as a parent (daughter Maryclare was at UR with wish every 8th grader could see the bond that exists within our his family for their generosity and providing the leader-
Huddy then addressed the fans hoping to see baseball
Greg) and trusted him. He offered me the opportunity to coach, student body. They truly care for each other.” ship necessary for our Cadets to excel. Hyman Field is
played at the new facility. “I am pleased that Claudette
teach and influence young men on a daily basis. This excited Greg continues by saying, “the graduation in June over- truly one of the finest fields in the area. Go Cadets!
and I are able to support the Cadets,” says Huddy.
me. In Admissions, he has entrusted me to help shape the whelmed me. You could see the excitement in the eyes of this “There were lots of individuals supporting these out-
makeup of a tremendous institution.” year’s graduates. You could just tell that they understood what standing facilities. We are honored today and hope the
Coach Bobby Ross ‘55 was very pleased when he heard of they had experienced the past four years. They had received a rain will hold off so the Cadets can play ball.” Thomas
the hiring of a new Director. “I have known Greg and his very good education while forming friendships that will last a Hyman then threw out the first pitch at the request of
family for thirty-five years. Benedictine is very fortunate to lifetime. What a great experience for these young men.” his father.
have a person like Greg leading this effort. He has served our Greg has been offered multiple opportunities to return to the
country, which should give him credibility attracting young college sidelines but has turned them down to remain at BHS.
men to BHS. He is a people person which will be invaluable “Although I have been flattered with some attractive opportu-
in this role.” nities, Benedictine is a great school with wonderful students.
Our new Admissions Director looks at the strengths of the This is the place for me. Like Gonzaga, the University of
school and believes more boys should be giving BHS serious Richmond and the Marines, Benedictine is special. I see lots of
consideration. “We have a lot to be proud of and need to com- boys trying to get the best out of their abilities. I can relate to
municate the positives. We have unbelievable tradition, out- them and understand how Benedictine will impact their future.
standing leadership and a vitally important mission. The With a student / teacher ratio of 8 to 1, Benedictine can chal-
Cadets benefit from an extremely capable, energetic and com- lenge the outstanding student while not leaving the ‘ordinary’
mitted faculty who value the chance to educate young men. guy behind.” Friends of Huddy and Claudette look on! Pictured
The academics are strong with average SAT scores above 1,100. My parents laid the groundwork. They valued education, are; John Cates ‘70, Rick Kastelberg ‘70, Donnie
Ross ‘70, Bruce Jones ‘70, Kerry Powers ‘71, Robert
Some of our graduates leave with double-digit college credits Christian values and a respect for others. It is no different here Beckstoffer ‘70 and Timmy Cates.
due to the academic opportunity at BHS. Our biggest chal- at Benedictine. I can vividly remember the impact teachers had
lenge is to convince 8th graders and their parents that “Huddy” addressing the crowd.
on me in high school and can see the same relationships hap-
pening here. I am excited about the future.”
10 BENEDICTINE FAMILY HONOR ROLL 11
Alex O’Toole receives
his diploma. He is the
son of James O’Toole Jr. CLASS OF 2006 EARNS OVER $1.5
THE CLASS OF 2006 RECEIVES THEIR DIPLOMAS ‘77.
MILLION IN MERIT-BASED SCHOLARSHIPS!
The Cadet Class of 2006 was joined by the Class of 1956 at Cayce Craddock ‘81 and son
this year’s graduation ceremony. Benedictine has a long- Cayce Jr. ‘04 congratulate Jarrett The sixty-five young men in the class of 2005 distinguished themselves
standing tradition of inviting back the graduating class from after receiving his Diploma in many ways. Preferring primarily to remain in state for post sec-
50 years ago to sit front and center as the current graduates ondary education, most of them battled thousands of other Virginia
receive their diplomas. This year’s exercise featured VMI seniors for a limited number of spots in our state colleges and univer-
Head Football Coach Jim Reid. Coach Reid not only gave an
sities. Not only were they accepted to the colleges they chose, the class
enthusiastic and poignant talk, he was able to take a look at
Gary Powers ‘71 could of 2006 was offered $1,542,000 in academic and athletic scholarships.
nine Cadets who will be Keydets in the fall. He spoke of lead-
not be happier as his son Our graduating seniors will continue their education at the following
ership, effort and persistency and then directed a brief com- James Lee Gill Jr. ‘69 presents a
ment to senior Jarrett Craddock who will play football in heads off to Wake colleges and universities:
Benedictine High School diploma
Lexington for Coach Reid. Forest, having graduat-
to his son James III. Jamie is the
ed from BHS. Matt The University of Alabama University of Mississippi
Cadet Brian Patrick O’Grady, son of Henry “Clancy” latest in a long line of Gills who
accepts the diploma
O`Grady, III ‘72, offered a beautiful Valedictorian address. have graduated from BHS. University of Alaska-Fairbanks Newberry College
with John McGinty
Cameron Brammer was the Salutatorian, in addition to have looking on. Barton College Old Dominion University
been recently recognized as the Richmond Times Dispatch Bridgewater College Pennsylvania State University
Scholar-Athlete from Benedictine. Nick Sirica was awarded Catawba College Point Park University
the Bill Pascoe Memorial Award for the senior class.
Robert Morley Jr. ‘82 is all smiles The Catholic University of America Radford University
The senior class awaited the spinning of the plate to set off as his son Robert III accepts his College of Charleston Randolph-Macon College
Randall Weeks ‘74 con-
the tossing of the hats. This traditional conclusion of the cer- diploma. Abbot Patrick and gratulates his son Chowan College Richard Bland College
emony had to wait so they could inform Mr. McGinty that Father Adrian look on. Andrew. Andrew’s Christendom College Roanoke College
their gift to the school was a portrait of Father Adrian
Harmening. Christopher Newport University Shepherd University
J. Saady graduated from
BHS in 1932. The Citadel University of South Carolina
The Class of 1956 enjoyed a weekend of reunion festivities,
which included golf, graduation and a reception on Friday, Coastal Carolina University St. Andrews Presbyterian College
and brunch and a Mass celebrated by classmate Johnny, now DePaul University St. John’s University
Monsignor Williams, on Saturday. Twenty-five members of Drexel University Villanova University
the remaining thirty-four 56ers were in attendance on June 9, Henry “Clancy” O’Grady III East Carolina University Virginia Commonwealth
2006. ‘80 presents a diploma to his Leo Wellhouse ‘73 Ferrum College University
son and class Valedictorian, shakes the hand of his
Hampden-Sydney College Virginia Military Institute
Patrick. Looking on is son Palmer Joseph “PJ”.
Patrick’s brother Henry IV J. Sargeant Reynolds Virginia Tech
‘02. Patrick is a third gener- Community College Virginia Wesleyan College
ation graduate following his University of Virginia
James Madison University
father and grandfather
Henry “Pat” O’Grady Jr, Longwood University Wake Forest University
Class of 1940. Louisburg College West Virginia University
Lynchburg College West Virginia Wesleyan College
Marian College Wingate University
Marquette University College of William and Mary
and Theology teacher
Pat White ‘72 congratu- University of Mary Washington Xavier University
lates his son and Senior University of Miami
class President, Chris.
d Jim Reid
John McGinty an
12 BENEDICTINE FAMILY HONOR ROLL 13
MY BENEDICTINE DAD
THE CLASS OF 1981 “RAISES THE BAR” My father, Thomas Filmore Rayfield, passed away on December
17, 2005, at age 94. I believe he was the last living member of the
“I FELT WE HAD ALL COME HOME”
The Class of 1981 celebrated their 25th reunion the week- Class of 1929. I asked Benedictine if they would share my thoughts, Fifty years is a long time, but they fell away as I I didn’t want it to end. I didn’t want to leave the group
as the school was so important a part of his life. watched the Benedictine High School graduation Class of for whom I felt such kinship, such affection. Here, I really
end of May 19-21, 2006. Activities included a golf tourna-
From an early age he developed a love of tradition, the military, 2006 receive their diplomas. The group of sixty-five was belonged. Each person I talked with was, like myself, a
ment on Friday morning at Providence GC, with a cocktail
and the environment that Benedictine created. It was Richmond of larger by twenty-three than our class of forty-two, twenty- product of fifty additional years of life. If only we could
party that evening in the BHS cafeteria. Current Cadets pro-
that time, the 1920s, and he was a cadet at Benedictine. six of whom came back for our fiftieth class reunion. Eight talk with the Class of 2006 and share with them a lifetime
vided a tour of
As a 14-year-old living in Chester, he began what would be the had passed away, so only eight did not show up for this of lessons, learned from our failures and our successes. If
the school and
next four years of his life. He devotedly commuted in uniform by once in a lifetime event. only they could proceed, armed with views for their future
streetcar to school at Benedictine every morning and evening. His
McGinty made actions, obtained from listening to us. But it doesn’t work
senior year he lived with a family in Richmond in order to be total- It was easy to remember our night fifty years ago,
some remarks. A that way.
ly engaged in the activities of the school. Growing up in Miami, I because the gymnasium has not changed. What has
number of alum- heard stories of Benedictine throughout my life. Although he changed dramatically is the way I feel about my class- They stand in the road of life, and look outward, and
ni were last seen spoke of its academics and athletics, football and crew especially, it mates. I felt we had all come home ... from fifty years of see many, many different roads to travel from which they
trying to find was the military aspect of Benedictine that captured him and cre- life, lived in varying circumstances, we had come home, to can select, and their optimism is unbridled. We stand in
access into the ated his most enduring memories. Always displayed was the
‘81 grads Andy Rich, John Loftus, Paul Mitchell, Bob Hill and Sean an institution and an evening in which we
B e l l - t o w e r. McGrath break out their Cadet gear. pride the corps of cadets had in their school. He remembered the felt joy to look again at those faces who have
Inquiries made to dedication ceremony of the Christopher Columbus statue in Byrd weathered fifty years, but nonetheless see in
their success remain unanswered. Saturday kicked off with Park, which occurred on one of the coldest days in memory. each other the same person we knew.
a “Pub-run” which set the tone for the day that concluded Cadets, too proud to step down, passed out while standing in for-
with a party at the Science Museum. St. Gertrude’s cele- mation. This pride surged in the cadet corps when they marched I believe I speak for all of us when I say
brated their 25th and joined the Cadets and their spouses. in the Confederate Memorial Day Parade accompanied by the nothing else mattered Friday evening and
Knights of Columbus Band playing Dixie every other tune. It was Saturday morning, except that we were all
The Cadet Class of 1981 began discussion months earlier all a place in time for him. together again, and all feeling like we had
about a giving campaign to raise a significant amount of He was the B Company commander his senior year. Company arrived at a distant goal none of us knew had
money for the school. The “Drive for 25” reunion gift initia- A traditionally included older cadets and Company B, the been charted for us in the first place. For me,
tive raised in excess of $35,000. Over $30,000 was directed to younger, less experienced cadets. The event of the year was the the reunion with my remaining classmates
the Annual Fund with another $5,000 earmarked for the competition for Best Drilled Company held at the Richmond Blues gave me a feeling of peace and security
newly formed “Middie” Football program. Armory. In 1929, it was his night: For the first time in the compe- which I had not felt since I stopped being a
tition’s 18-year history, Company B won it. The victory was a child.
“I am proud of our classmates and their willingness to result of having the highest score ever recorded. This was testa-
rise to this challenge (“Drive for 25”) and help BHS, says ment to the company’s continued drill practice on the streets On Friday evening, the ninth of June 2006,
Mike Muldowney. Our hope was to do two-fold ... to use around Benedictine. the Class of 1956 was invited to
our 25th reunion event as a way for our class to give back to I remember visiting Richmond one summer as a child. My Benedictine’s 94th commencement exercises Father Adrian and Father Donald join the 56ers for a photo
BHS, and to try and establish a “fund raising bar” for future father showed me through Benedictine, and I saw the loving cups as guests of honor. We paraded in, just after lunch at the Westwood Club.
classes. We have succeeded on one, only time will tell on the engraved with his name: the News Leader Trophy, “The Best ahead of the distinguished guests and grad-
Drilled Company of Benedictine College, Richmond, Virginia;” uates, and were seated in the first rows, after
and the Benedictine Alumni Cup, “Best Drilled Company, Won by all the family guests were in their seats. There was stand- the road of life, and look backward and see many, many
Company B, Rayfield, 1929.” I remember feeling his tremendous ing room only. Afterward, a reception was given, just for different roads traveled, merging with ours, into one road,
pride in having been a cadet at Benedictine and his love for the our class, in the cafeteria below. Such a spread I have not which appears to go ahead ... into the mist. So our visions
school that never diminished and forever remained in his heart. seen except at some the finest wedding receptions. will appear more historical to them than current, and more
I accompanied him to his 50th class reunion as an adult, and stilted than daring. So it was with me ... when I was a
again saw his pride. I could not have been more proud myself. He On Saturday morning next, classmate Johnny Williams, member of the Class of 1956.
traveled from Seattle to the reunion, and there was a certain appre- now Monsignor Williams, conducted an 11 AM Mass, after
ciation expressed in the special applause for him in the gym that which we went to the Westwood Club for a celebratory It was a weekend I will treasure forever. It was a week-
night by those in attendance. He told me, “It was almost like the brunch. It was excellent. A photo was taken of the class, end I would not have missed ... for anything.
Mr. McGinty visits with 1981 grads and their night I won the Drill Competition.” I thought it was as if those
wives at a Friday night gathering.
and a separate photo taken of the wives. I expect we will
watching could read in his heart his love for Benedictine and be given an opportunity to obtain prints. Harry Edwards ‘56
appreciate that love in their own hearts. My father is gone but I
will never forget the love he felt for BHS. He was a Cadet!
14 BENEDICTINE FAMILY Steven E. Rayfield - August 2006 HONOR ROLL 15
NEWS & NOTES AROUND CAMPUS
The Spring Fling was held at the Abbey on June 16th. Jeff Gill, Alex Craven, Charlie Keever, and Clay Fulk
This is a free party for Alumni, parents and friends are enrolled in a University of Richmond Global
attracted 250 people from the Cadet community. Food Economics course next year. The course addresses topics
was generously provided by O’Toole’s Restaurant (John such as the foreign exchange market, developing nations,
O’Toole ‘80). the European Economic Community, the Asian business
climate and the former Soviet economy. Only 60 area high
Dr. John Franko ‘74 accompanied Mr. Dennis Driscoll school students are selected.
to class on May 11, 2006. In an open forum, Dr. Franko __________
addressed questions on careers in medical fields, science,
Cathyann Burgess (Art) pursued professional develop-
Benedictine in the 70’s, and his college experiences.
ment with an activity called “Paint Richmond.”
During lunch, John fielded questions from students and
faculty in the library.
Steve Cheney (Mathematics) spent a week in Gulfport,
Mississippi, assisting with Hurricane Katrina relief.
Dennis Driscoll (Science) returned to BHS after a 20+
year stay in the private sector. When not teaching, he is
writing a novel.
Adria Hogan (Mathematics) and our Robotics team did
a good job this year at nationals in Atlanta, Georgia.
Twenty-six students and seven mentors traveled via char-
tered bus and joined over 300 other high school teams
from around the world. They finished 45th out of 84
teams in their division. Mrs. Hogan reports that they
Dr. Franko “had no mechanical breakdowns and won their last three
matches.” They were also finalists for the
Entrepreneurship Award. In addition, Mrs. Adria Hogan
After graduating from Benedictine in 1974, Dr. Franko
has been nominated for the Virginia Mentoring
entered University of Notre Dame. In his freshman year,
Partnership Mentor Award. The Robotics program is five
majoring in pre-medicine, Dr. Franko played football for
years old at BHS and involves 10% of the student body. It
the famed Ara Parseghian (two National Championships -
is the only academic program combining students at
1966 and 1973), with Joe Montana (MVP in three Super
Benedictine and St. Gertrude.
Bowls), and Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger (1993 movie Rudy).
FBI Special Agent Charlie Price ‘78, ex-head of the FBI’s
Hostage Rescue, joined Mr. Driscoll on May 23, 2006 and
spoke with his Science classes.
Elizabeth Scolaro and Carol Julian taught a section on
aboriginal art as part of the unit on Australia for ninth
Challenging Academics grade world geography classes in April. In addition to
classroom lessons, the class took a field trip to the Kluge-
Athletic opportunity Ruhe Museum in Charlottesville. This museum has one of
the finest aboriginal art collections outside of Australia.
Ms. Julian recently was awarded her third Fulbright
Discipline through leadership training scholarship.
Energetic learning environment Summer internship program - Alex Craven is working The Robotics team in Atlanta.
Traditional Christian values with an investment banker and Brooks Williams is work-
ing with Ryan Warren doing chemistry-related research.
16 BENEDICTINE FAMILY Serving the community HONOR ROLL 17
NEWS & NOTES AROUND CAMPUS (CONT) Class Notes
Michael Jarrett (Government) has given 43 years to Metro honors: Cameron Brammer, Zach Morgan and Zach
Benedictine but never stops trying to increase his knowl- Poole.
edge. He attended a conference at William and Mary’s
School of Law about the Supreme Court.
* Cameron Brammer, salutatorian of his class and cap-
tain of the soccer and lacrosse teams, was named the
Times-Dispatch / Sports Backers Scholar Athlete of the
Frank O. Brown was named the 19th
Kevin Huennekens was appointed the Class Of
David Savage (Spanish) spent his summer ‘05 working recipient of the VSB Tradition of new federal bankruptcy judge for the
Week and The Lexus Pursuit of Excellence Scholar / Kenneth L. Caravati and his brother
for Habitat for Humanity in Ecuador. Excellence Award, presented annually US Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern
Athlete of the Week. Michael ‘79 have established a scholar-
by the Virginia State Bar Association. District of Virginia. Kevin is a 1975
Cadets Zach Schultes ‘06 and Reid Stelly ‘06 recently graduate of the College of William & ship at Benedictine in their father’s
* Basketball - the team went to the quarter-finals of the The award recognizes a Virginia attor-
presented at the State Model Judiciary competition before Mary and a 1978 graduate of the col- name. Their father, Charles E. Caravati
State Independent tournament. ney who has dedicated time and effort
the Virginia State Supreme Court. We were one of only lege’s Marshall-Wythe School of Law. graduated in 1942.
to activities that assist the community
two private schools in the state to win. The other was St. * Wrestling - Lance Long broke the all time career wins while improving the standing and Kevin is a partner in the firm of Kutak
Gertrude. record. Rock. In 1992, he successfully argued Colonel Norvell V. Coots has been
image of general practice attorneys in
the case of Patterson v. Shumate before assigned as the Commander at the
the eye of the public. Mr. Brown was
Pete McKenna ‘06 was one of eight students chosen * Baseball - Davis Hewett made second team All State the United States Supreme Court. Keller Army Community Hospital in
the first chair of the VSB Senior
throughout the state to participate in the “Poetry out and will play at the next level at LaSalle University. West Point, New York.
Lawyers Conference, which undertakes
Loud” competition at the Library of Virginia. Taylor Buran, a sophomore, made first team All State and
Awards Day was held May 26th. Many Cadets were
recognized for their efforts in the classroom. Thirty-one
second team All Metro. Taylor also earned the Times-
Dispatch Athlete of the Week award. Freshman Mike
Goldberg was named first team Academic All State.
projects to help lawyers age 55 and
older to pass on their experience to
John D. Kuester has joined the NBA’s
Thomas C. Wright and his wife Joey
celebrated the birth of their sixth child,
Michael Anthony, on the 30th of May.
members of the Class of 2006 have received merit-based Orlando Magic as an assistant coach.
scholarships totaling $1,542,000. Congratulations to the
scholarship winners. With great respect for all the award
winners, here are a few of the recipients:
* Track and Field - Chris White won the shot put in the
State Independent and State Catholic meets. Chris also
won the discuss at the State Catholic meet.
George Shaheen was featured in the
John has spent the past sixteen years in
the NBA, most recently with the
C. Michael Caravati and his brother
Alton E. Lewis ‘48 Award - Chris White ‘06 Richmond Times Dispatch Sports page
The Siewers Family Scholarship - Matt Rhyne ‘08
Robert A. Martin, Jr. ‘71 Scholarship - Matt Powers ‘06
Father Donald Scales Scholarship - Jake Jackson ‘07
Herman J. Beckstoffer, Sr. ‘27 Scholarship -
The Benedictine PTA Bowlers League was founded in
September of 1966. They met on Thursday mornings at
the AMF Sunset Bowling Lanes. The teams of three mem-
bers filled one side of the alleys with a few teams on the
on December 1, 2005. A great article
was provided highlighting George’s
stellar football and basketball career at
BHS before he entered William and
Dr. Cornelius O. Barlascini, Director of
Ken ‘76 have established a scholarship
at Benedictine in their father’s name.
Their father, Charles E. Caravati gradu-
ated in 1942.
Alexander T. Craven ‘07 other side. Some mothers brought their preschoolers with Mary. He transferred to RPI after his the Institute for the Study of Medicine,
Brooks N. Berry Memorial Scholarship - them and all had a good time. FORTY years later, a small- freshman year where he scored 1,332 has published his first book. This work
Parrish E. Ruffin ‘07
Darryl W . Harman, Jr. Memorial Scholarship -
Erwin Johnson, Jr. ‘09
er but dedicated group still meets.
The League has always supported Benedictine by
donating a portion of their “fees” to a scholarship fund.
points in three years. Mr. Shaheen
spent 24 years with the Federal
Government before retiring. He has
entitled The Human Veil Poetry and
Prose takes a step away from the typical
research conducted at the institute and
looks to a larger audience. The book is
Andras Bality and his wife Maja cele-
Farbod F. Azari ‘09 spent the past 16 years in real estate brated the birth of Branko Andras
Over the years they have donated over $60,000. Now a a collection of poems and prose that Bality on April 30, 2006.
Coach Warren S. Rutledge Scholarship - with Virginia Properties.
much smaller group manages to remember Benedictine takes as its theme the relationship
Kevin M. Estes ‘07
with $500 a year. between man and God. The author uses Manuel Mendez was featured in the
Lt. Paul A. Ambrogi ‘84 Memorial Scholarship -
Brooks B. Williams ‘07 There are three original members of the 1966 group still
bowling with us: Mary Conron, Edith Moses, and Dot
Abbott Placid Solari (David Solari) cel-
mythology, philosophy, science, and the
Western tradition to elucidate and
explore this relationship.
December 29, 2005 Times Dispatch. A
graduate of VCU, Manny is co-owner of
Kuba Kuba Restaurant.
STUDENT/ATHLETIC HIGHLIGHTS Kopecko. We applaud their forty years of dedication to
Benedictine. We had 45 members in 1994 but are now ebrated his 25th Anniversary of Dr. Barlascini received his BA and MD
from the University of Virginia. He is Lawrence Spencer has been hired as an
down to only 24 active members and four substitutes. Ordination on September 18, 2005 at
* Football - Three Cadets will play at the next level: certified in Internal Medicine as well as Environmental Scientist for the South
Jarrett Craddock at VMI, Jason Dosh at JMU and Ty Wood We are actively recruiting for more moms, dads (this in Endocrinology. He also has a doctor- Florida Water Management district in
at VMI. Jason was the MVP for both Basketball and year we added men to our rolls) grandparents and friends. ate from the University of Pisa (Italy). West Palm Beach.
Football. You can make up your own team of three, or come as a sin-
* Henry Skiba was nominated for the NFL student / gle person. We are a friendly group and would welcome **** INSERT PHOTO (27) OF FR. KIER- Tracy M. Woodson has been named the
athlete scholarship. you with open arms. We have members with an average of NAN AND ABBOT SOLARI **** head Baseball coach at Valparaiso
185 and most with 115. Please contact Anna Mae University. He and his wife Lisa have
* Soccer - The team went to the semi-finals of the state Rosendale at 288-5077 if you are interested. two children.
championship game. Three Cadets earned first team All
Abbot Placid, Jayne Myers Smith (SGHS’70)
18 BENEDICTINE FAMILY and Fr. Kieran HONOR ROLL 19
Barry J. Gooden, Jr. married the former
Class Notes Class Of
Jeffrey V. Dale married the former
Mark E. Abbott is engaged to Jodi
Englash Ra Redmond on April 15, 2006.
Barry is a graduate of Virginia Tech and
works for the U.S. Patent and
stationed at Fort Benning Georgia,
where he is in the infantry Officer
Beverly Caldwell Stone on April 29, Anne Pentecost. A March 2007 wedding Trademark Office. They reside in majored in Arts,
2006. A graduate of VCU, Jeffrey is is planned. Mark has a B.S. from Alexandria. Philosophy and Henrico County Attorney's Office.
employed by the Commonwealth of Radford University and is employed by Literature, with After the graduation ceremony, both
1982 Virginia. Henrico County Public Schools. Del G. Smith has been hired as the
linebacker coach for Wagner College.
He served one year as an assistant foot-
a minor in
Christopher and his parents attributed
his academic achievement to the study
habits learned in his four years at
John Wilson Graziano married the for-
mer Amanda Brooks Curry on October
7, 2005. John is the VP for retail media
for New-Ground based in St. Louis.
Thomas J. Fleck married the former
Daniel T. O’Connell, Jr. is engaged to
ball coach at his alma mater West
Virginia Wesleyan before moving to the
Staten Island, New York school. Wagner
West Point. Benedictine. Christopher also credits
Fr. Adrian with keeping him on the
“straight and narrow”!
Valerie Dawn Lewis in May of 2006. Kelly Paige Thornton. Daniel received is a member of the 1-AA North East
a B.A. in History from VMI in 2002.
Jeff Lukish and his wife Donna cele-
brated the birth of their sixth child.
James Paul joined brothers Nicholas,
John and Peter and sisters Danielle and
Tom is employed by Home Care
Brian T. Ford welcomed his second
Daniel returned from Iraq in 2005
where he served as a Marine and is
employed by the city of Richmond. An
Carl Sundin received a 4-year Army
ROTC scholarship to Hampden-Sydney
Vernon Hamilton broke the career
Reid Augst was named the Big South
child, Sarah Jordan Ford, into the world August 2006 wedding is planned. freshman basketball player of the week
AnnaMarie on March 6th. Jeff is a College and graduated in ‘05. He record for steals at Clemson University.
on June 10, 2006. Sarah joins big brother for the week of December 12, 2005.
Commander in the Navy and the received his commission as a 2nd Lt on A three-year starter, Vernon was on
Austin who turns four in October. 1st Lt Gregory C. Wheal is currently at The UNC-Asheville guard capped his
Division Chief of Pediatric Surgery at Dec. 16, 2005 and graduated from The campus this past summer assisting
Brian is married to Stephanie Toler Thule Air Base, Greenland as an week with a career high 13 points
Walter Reed Medical and the National Combat Arms Officer Basic Course at Coach McAloon with the Benedictine
Ford, SGHS ‘88. Operations Officer with 821st Security against Brevard. Reid left Benedictine
Naval Medical Center. Ft. Knox, KY on June 16, 2006. basketball camp.
Forces Squadron. as the all-time leading scorer in Cadet
Michael Toler recently had published
Michael Woodson was named Athletic
1999 Class Of
James W. Hickman, graduated from
Christopher B. Ferguson graduated
from the Henrico County Division of
Police 42nd Basic Police Recruit
Academy on June 5th. Christopher was
Chris Harris will continue his educa-
tion as a student/athlete (basketball) at
an article “Literature, Art, and a Country Director at St. Gertrude’s. Mike had Wesley W. Brooks is currently Director the United States Naval Academy.
the United States Military Academy at the recipient of the "H. Albert Nance Jr.
in Crisis: An Interview with Aïssa most recently worked with VCU after of Women’s Basketball Operations at Chris spent the past year at Fork
West Point on May 27th and was com- Memorial Award" for having achieved
Khelladi and Marie Virolle of Algérie three years with the Special Olympics West Virginia University. Union Military Academy where his
missioned as a Second Lieutenant in the the highest grade point average at the
Littérature / Action” which appears in and before that the YMCA. He is in play drew interest from a number of
United States Army. Jamie is currently academy. This award was presented to
the July-August 2006 issue of World charge of 17 teams in 12 sports. Joshua H. Hillsman is engaged to schools. He chose to become a
Christopher by Ellen Fulmer of the Midshipman.
Literature Today as part of a special sec- Virginia Brooke Barbour. Joshua
tion on the Maghreb (North Africa). received a B.A. in History from VMI.
Michael received his Ph.D. in compara-
tive literature and translation in 2005.
Andrew D. Allen married the former
An August 2006 wedding is planned.
Paul D. Becker married the former
Kelly Elizabeth Webb on July 15th,
2006. Andrew is a graduate of
Bryan R. Mangas received a B.A. in
Political Science from Hampden-Sydney
Stephanie D. Clough in June of 2005. Justin M. Green, was married Sunday, College.
Paul is an engineer with Trimech July 23rd in St. Petersburg to Jeannie L.
Solutions. They reside in Richmond. Friedrich. Justin graduated from JSRCC Peter W. Strauss married the former
with an Associate’s in Social Sciences Meghan Lee Durham on April 8, 2006.
Benjamin J. Lambert IV was featured and is currently working on a degree in Peter is a graduate of James Madison
in the April 16, 2006 issue of Style Broadcast Journalism at VCU’s School University and is currently a client
Weekly Magazine. Benjamin discussed of Mass Communications. manager analyst for Bank of America.
his political plans. He and his wife live
in Ginter Park.
Patrick B. Estes married the former
Lauren Michelle Taggart on July 15th. John McGinty, past graduates and spouses at the Benedictine Society Luncheon. This
Patrick is a graduate of the University luncheon is held annually for all graduates who matriculated 45 years ago or more.
of Virginia and an offensive lineman
with the San Francisco 49ers of the
20 BENEDICTINE FAMILY NFL. 21
Class Notes (cont) THE CADET COMMUNITY
IN MEMORY SAYS GOODBYE TO A THE 6TH ANNUAL “RUT”GOLF TOURNAMENT
We will keep the following alumni and their fami-
ly in our prayers:
“UNIVERSAL FRIEND” This event honoring Coach Rutledge was held October 17, 2005 at the A dinner was held afterwards with Warren Rutledge Scholarship
Cadet Brooks Norfleet Berry ‘07, age 17, died on April Dominion Club and Hunting Hawk golf courses. One hundred and recipient Jason Dosh thanking everyone for his or her support. We
George H. Ackerman ‘42 - October 20, 2005 sixty-eight players joined in the festivities. would especially like to thank all of our sponsors. The 2005 Rut golf
9, 2006 from a fatal head injury. Survived by his par-
William R. Arnette ‘71 - March 31, 2006 ents, John F. “Jack” Berry and Katherine Norfleet Berry sponsors were:
Warren S. Rutledge taught and coached the Cadets for 43 years. He
William C. Bannister ‘48 and brother John Norfleet Berry, Brooks will be truly was inducted into the Virginia Sports Hall of Fame (2001) and has been
Harold N. “Kelly” Bazemore ‘55 - missed. He was a “universal friend” to all that knew recognized by the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts. * A & C Utilities Inc. - Mike Augst ‘69
February 22, 2006 him according to Benedictine Headmaster John In addition to leading the Cadets to 949 basketball wins and 200+ base- * Augie Lange Realty - Augie Lange ‘59
McGinty. He was active in sports having played on the ball victories, Coach “Rut” was a superb math teacher. He spent his * Automatic Leasing SVC - Scott Carreras ‘88
Frank H. Boehling Jr. ‘41 - March 30, 2006
JV basketball, football and baseball teams as well as the entire career teaching life lessons to the Cadets in the gym, on the dia- * Benedictine Athletic Department - Barry Gibrall ‘64
Robert J. Brasington ‘69 - January 20, 2006 Varsity tennis team. He loved his Benedictine family, mond and in the classroom. * Bennett Funeral Home -
Frank G. Bucher ‘35 - February 21, 2006 and that love was and continues to be returned in innu-
Coach was also an avid golfer with a tremendous knack for making Charles D. Morehead ‘ 83, Robert P. Morehead ‘85
Paul D. Cahill Jr. ‘ 73 - October 31, 2005 merable ways. A gifted musician, Brooks played the
putts when they mattered most. Many are familiar with how Coach & Andrew Bennett Morehead ‘94
J. Phillip Carreras Sr. ‘34 - February 4, 2006 guitar, recorded and sang music with his brother and
friends. Brooks grew up in Ashland and had friends could knock in a long putt or get up and down from the “junk”, sending * Breeden & Collier Company - Greg Harmon ‘ 72
William L. Carreras ‘61 - January 15, 2006 his opponent home with a few less dollars in his pocket. In fact, Coach * Cap Centers LLC - Gary Piacentini ‘73
from Beaverdam to Brandermill and everywhere in
David S. Cahoon ‘80 - October 1, 2005 between. Bringing joy to everyone he touched, Brooks sank a “long putt” on the 18th hole in his last match at Shoal Creek in * Century 21 Select - John Daylor ‘76
Guy J. Creed ‘62 - April 8, 2006 was unburdened by rules and brought out the goodness Alabama to win all the money. Coach Rutledge was simply a winner! * Class of 1966 - Gerald Augst, John Farrell, Jim Hotze
Thomas V. Dagenhart ‘50 - January 12, 2006 in every person he met. He was kind, caring and shared This event was created seven years ago to establish a scholarship in & Harry Morrow
Matthew B. Fleck ‘94 - July 22, 2005 his boundless love with everyone. He was unique on his name at Benedictine. The Warren S. Rutledge Scholarship recipient * Colortree of Virginia, Inc. - Kyle Martin ‘78
the planet. His way of for 2005-06 was Jason Dosh. Jason will continue his education at James
Ellis P. George ‘37 - January 27, 2006 * Communication Specialist of Virginia - Mr. Ron Pusey - ‘08 parent
life was guided by Madison University and will be switching from QB to tight end when
E. Atwill Gilman ‘40 - August 16, 2005 * Digital Innovations Group - Mr. Scott Goldberg - ‘09 parent
God. football begins in late August. We wish Jason well.
Roland C. Hegamyer Jr. ‘59 - March 13, 2006 * Direct Impressions - Mike Muldowney ‘81 & Mark Smith ‘81
Robert P. “Bert” Lord ‘46 - July 13, 2005 The Hunting Hawk division was won by the foursome of David * Dixie Sporting Goods - Ken Caravati ‘76 & Michael Caravati ‘79
Alexandra Biele, John
Craven ‘80, Ken Harvey ‘79, Cary Kitchen ‘79 and Mark O’Brien ‘80. * Bruce Ganey ‘72
Ronald R. Luffsey ‘65 - August 23, 2005 Berry, Brooks Berry,
They shot 60 to take top honors in the Captains choice format. * HandCraft Cleaners - Jay Nichols ‘74, Keith Nichols ‘77
William D. McCarthy ‘30 - January 23, 2006 Katherine Berry and Jack
Berry (Thanksgiving The formidable team of Mike Augst ‘69, Mike Kelly ‘72, Ricky Poh ‘66 & Jeff Nichols ‘82
Robert B. McDonald ‘39 - March 3, 2006
‘05) and Paul Strauss ‘66 added another trophy to their collection by shoot- * Insurance Advocacy Group - Mr. Stewart Hargrove - ‘08 & ‘09 parent
William H. Miller ‘34 - December 23, 2005 * JJH Corporation - Jack Hanky ‘56, Jay Hanky ‘75, Paul Marchetti ‘80
ing 57 at The Dominion Club.
Julian A. Moroni ‘58 - February 17, 2006 & Mike Hanky ‘98
Lawrence J. Myers ‘49 - September 26, 2005 * Mulligan’s Golf Shop - Mark Farley ‘72 & Chris Farley ‘73
Thomas F. Rayfield ‘29 - December 17, 2005 * Positive Vibe Café - Garth Larcen ‘69
James A. Rea ‘44 - December 3, 2005 * Royal Chevrolet - Del Mugford ‘81, David Mugford ‘82
James M. Rooney ‘64 - October 10, 2005 & Drew Mugford ‘86
Cicero A. Tennant ‘53 - March 20, 2006 * RPM Graphics - Charles Plageman ‘86
Emmett E. “Skee” Wirt Jr. ‘45 - * S & S Body - Richard Scott ‘74
December 3, 2005 * Siewers Lumber & Millwork - Fred Jr. ‘48, Johnny ‘55, Fred III ‘75,
William K. Zacharias ‘52 - January 17, 2006 Richard ‘81 , & Michael Siewers ‘89.
* State Farm Insurance - Steve Goodman ‘71
We sincerely apologize if we have not included an * T. Rogers & Associates - Todd Rogers ‘83
alumnus in our prayers or memorial notes who has Mr. Berry speaking with Cadets * Village Exxon & Village West Shell - Jack Hanky ‘56
passed away during the past year or if we have iden-
& Jim McKenna ‘64
tified an inaccurate date. We don’t always see the
notice in the newspaper and have reported informa- The Berry family has asked that we share the follow- * Worth Higgins & Associates - Mr. Rick LaReau
tion as it was shared with us. Please alert us when ing. “Please express our deep appreciation for all the
an alumnus passes on so we may remember him in love and support offered to us from the Benedictine We would also like to thank Steve Nelson (‘09 parent) and Maximon
We look forward to seeing everyone on October 2, 2006 as we gather
our prayers. family. Brooks’ tragic death has left a huge hole in the Tobacco for providing the Cigars.
for a day of what Coach Rut truly enjoyed —- golf, fellowship and
world but we hope to maintain lasting relationships lots of fun. It is never too late to enter your team. See you then.
with all of Brooks friends. He would want that.”
22 BENEDICTINE FAMILY HONOR ROLL 23
A YEAR IN REVIEW
CATCHING UP WITH MARK R. ROYSTER ‘83 over four years before attending Benedictine. It is not so
much their game as watching them mature into young
men, hopefully attending BHS. There is something about
The Family News caught up with Mark over the sum- for pointing him in the right direction with the Military. Memorial Gymnasium that can influence a boy’s decision
mer and asked him to reflect on Benedictine, his experi- “Matt was a great leader and set the tone for all of us. The about high school. It happened to me, and many others. I
ences and what he is doing now. Military was an important part of the experience and for was fortunate to have played in the league and now watch
the most part, we all bought into why it was valuable.” others do the same. It is still a great thrill to watch these
The son of John and Elizabeth Royster, Mark followed in
the footsteps of his brothers Michael ‘77 and Geoff ‘79 and “My fondest memory of BHS is a tough one to nail young boys grow, compete and have fun.”
enrolled in Benedictine after graduating from St. Paul’s. down ... I have so many. Primarily, we focused on repre- Mark, what about BHS today? “There are so many pos-
“My brothers attended and I got hooked on Cadet football senting the school correctly. All my memories involve my itives starting with a much stronger curriculum.
and basketball. I also don’t think my parents or brothers classmates and we continue to tell tales of the great times Ultimately, the Cadets shape the school. They dictate how
gave me an option,” says Mark. He also has a sister Terry we had ... nearly a quarter of a century later. On a per- we are viewed in the community. They determine if we
who graduated from St. Gertrude’s in 1986. sonal note, it would have to be the success we enjoyed are disciplined, well mannered, hard working and pro-
playing hoops for the Cadets ... it was a great experience.” ductive. It is the school’s responsibility to set the structure,
Coach Royster (as we call him around Benedictine) and
Mark was a valuable member of two BCCC and two State the Cadets’ focus to pursue a great education and the
his wife Kathleen have two boys: Jared - 9 and Luke - 7, “Coach Rutledge was brilliant in so many areas. He
Catholic title teams. He was named to the all tournament alumni to support. The common goal for BHS should be
and seven daughters; Brooke and Shana - 22, Erin - 19, prepared us for every conceivable situation but allowed us
teams in the 1982 BCCC and 1983 State Catholic. Mark also to develop, nurture and coach young men to be produc-
Kara - 16, Carson - 11, Hollyn - 10 and Olivia - 7. He is the freedom to play within his framework. He always did
played on the golf team. tive members of society. I think this is a worthy goal.”
starting his 18th year at Loving’s Produce in Richmond, a super job of adjusting to the players he had on the roster.
responsible for sales and personnel. As his assistant, I got to see how much he enjoyed teach-
When asked what BHS provided to him and his class- Mark says he is often asked why he went to BHS and
Mark will also begin his sixth year heading up the boys mates, Mark states, “Benedictine offered so much in the ing fundamentals, the competition of the game and the what made it so special. “As I said earlier, although I
parochial basketball league. He considers this “an oppor- way of personal growth. The education was very good pleasure he felt when his teams succeeded.” wanted to go, I had very little choice. There are many
tunity to spend more time in the gym watching kids devel- but we learned so much more that was not in the text- good options today for education so you have to want to
Mark went on to say that Coach demanded two
op and to get an early peek at future Cadets.” books. Father Adrian and Colonel Caine trusted us to run go to Benedictine. It is a very special place if you want to
things from his players ... to think and to play hard. “He
the school. From our first day on Sheppard Street until be there. Cadets don’t really understand the uniqueness
When asked about his personal accomplishments as a would not compromise these principles. He certainly
graduation, we were preparing for life. We made mistakes until they are gone. They are so caught up in reaching the
Cadet, Mark quickly deflects to his class. “We were proud had mellowed when I think of when I played for him
but learned from them and grew as individuals. I was end. After you leave, you understand the bond that was
to be Cadets and did not allow the reputation of the and then coached with him. Nevertheless, he had a
taught how to interact with people and this has been created and feel blessed. When it is all said and done, it is
school to be compromised. We felt a sense of pride and burning desire to win and to instill this fire in his teams.
invaluable in my adult life.” the friendships that matter the most. My class built these
always valued the school, the alumni and our school- Win or lose, he always did it with class. This I will never
friendships and they continue today. This is hard to
mates. We tried to do everything to the best of our abili- A graduate of East Carolina University, Mark is begin- forget. He taught me so much from when I first attend-
explain but there is a closeness that I don’t see or hear
ty.” ning his second stint as the head assistant for the Cadet ed his camps until his passing. I am proud he consid-
about in other schools. The process was tough at times but
Varsity Basketball team. He assisted Coach Rutledge from ered me his friend.”
A 2nd Lieutenant in 1982-83, Mark credits Matt White the rewards have been immeasurable.”
1994-2000 and now is the right hand for Coach Sean We asked Mark how the game has changed. “I believe
McAloon as they continue the great tradition of Cadet We concluded our visit by asking Mark what he hopes
the 3 point line has allowed some players to compete who
hoops. Although he was out of coaching following Coach they say about him in 20 years.
do not have a well rounded game. Players are much bet-
Rutledge’s retirement, Mark has always been a “gym rat” ter physically but not as strong fundamentally. The game
and returned to the Cadet sidelines in 2005. “Coach He said, “I hope they say I did not sit on the sidelines ...
has changed strategically because of the arc and some
McAloon will do a great job and I was pleased when he that I was involved. My family, my business, my friends
players struggle to run plays effectively.”
asked me to join his staff. Like many others, I bleed green and BHS need my participation. Benedictine needs as
and want to help these young players to be the best they “The biggest challenge coaching is trying to juggle all many alumni as possible to roll up their sleeves. We have
can be.” the interests kids have today. Our players have so many a great school and need everyone to do their best to con-
more options today. This can often lead to tough decisions tinue the tradition. Ultimately, I hope I have contributed
With a deep passion for Benedictine, the Cadets and the for coaches. AAU is a big deal today and adds a whole to this effort. I just want to know that I gave it my all.”
basketball program, the Family News asked Mark to new variable to the equation.”
speak about each. Anything else Mark?
Mark has also refereed in the BHS youth league for the
past 11 years. This is his sixth year running what a lot of
people know to be the parochial league. “One of the great “Yea, Go Cadets!”
joys is watching 5th graders and the progress they make
24 BENEDICTINE FAMILY HONOR ROLL 25
Thank You...Thank You! Alumni Giving
$288,060 IS A RECORD We wish to thank our 2005-2006 COACHES CLUB Edgar A. Duffy 1930 John J. Allen 1952 J. Patrick Keith 1958 Frank J. Stumpf 1965
members for their ongoing support of Cadet athletics. Percentages By Class James C. McCarthy 1930 Tim Finnegan 1952 David D. Plageman 1958 James J. Vergara 1965
YEAR FOR ANNUAL GIVING Paul K. Klotz 1931 Charles H. Smith 1952 W. Edward Riley 1958
John M. Timberlake 1952 Gerald W. Augst 1966
of living graduates making a David R. Ryan 1958 W. Russell Byrne 1966
William F. Holzgrefe 1933 William H. Beckstoffer 1953 Richard B. Smith 1958
gift in 2005-2006 William E. Dvorak 1953
Frank J. DeGaetani 1966
J. Phillip Carreras 1934 Philip J. Bagley 1959 John E. Farrell 1966
I am thrilled to report that the Cadet community 1930-14.3% 1971-21.2% William H. Miller 1934 Charles M. Hudson 1953 Ed C. Eck 1959 James B. Hotze 1966
James R. Sowers 1934 Bernard H. Koster 1953 Augie F. Lange 1959 Robert P. Mathewson 1966
responded to our requests and exceeded the previ- Stephane F. Turner 1953 John J. Meagher 1959 R. Wood Northup 1966
1933- 9.1% 1972-13.8% Frank R. Kelly 1935 Valmont R. Ouellette 1959 Paul J. Strauss 1966
ous record for charitable giving to the Annual Fund. Charles E. Kelly 1936 August J. Bain 1954
W. G. Schaefer 1959 Roy J. Ward 1966
Unrestricted gifts ranging from $10 to $10,000 1934-20.0% 1973-12.5% James T. Brunot 1954
Ellis P. George 1937 George O. Crone 1954 J. Peter Thompson 1959 John Amrhein 1967
allowed us to exceed our goal of $260,000 and estab- William A. Fastabend 1954 Frank J. Wallmeyer 1959 Albert J. Anderson 1967
1935-20.0% 1974-14.9% Robert E. Strauss 1938 Joseph A. Kelly 1954 Robert J. Belton 1960 Paul S. Bliley 1967
lish a new level of charitable support. These gifts 1936- 9.1% 1975-12.5% Benjamin G. Hanson 1939 Robert E. Lattanze 1954 Henry A. Berling 1960 C. Fair Brooks 1967
are the foundation of our charitable efforts. Your George J. Kelly 1939 Louis J. Marroni 1954 Persse K. Deverell 1960 Richard S. Burke 1967
1938-14.3% 1976-26.3%(10) Harry T. Stebbing 1939 Frederick J. Holzgrefe 1960 Joseph Holzgrefe 1967
generosity facilitates our ability to improve the Frank J. Stumpf 1940 Jerry T. McMurtrie 1960 Robert A. Leahey 1967
opportunity Benedictine High School provides, 1939-50.0% (1) 1977-11.8% D. Wayne O’Bryan 1960 Gerald A. Masini 1967
Thurman S. Cash 1941 PERCENTAHE OF O. Ralph Puccinelli 1960 Alfred E. Pollard 1967
while keeping tuition affordable. 1940- 6.7% 1978-12.2% Charles H. Duff 1941
Andrew J. Metz 1941
CLASS GIVING Benjamin P. Scafidi 1960
O. Martin Shorter 1960
Michael J. Williams 1967
Joseph F. Spinella 1941 Ferdinand J. Tramont 1960 J. Michael Amrhein 1968
On behalf of Benedictine High School, its Cadets, 1941-33.3% (3) 1979-13.3% Nicholas A. Spinella 1941
Benedictine High Charles L. Eichhorn 1968
School received gifts Nicholas M. Bliley 1961 Peter B. Grinnell 1968
the Faculty and Staff and Board of Trustees ... 1942-31.3% (6) 1980- 9.4% James W. Boehling 1942 John R. Burke 1961 William G. Kennedy 1968
THANK YOU! Charles E. Caravati 1942 from 524 graduates in Jack C. Cook 1961 Thomas M. Lange 1968
* A & C Utilities * JJH Corporation 1943-25.6% 1981-40.0% (2) John A. Hadley 1942 the past year totaling William C. Daffron 1961 John G. McNally 1968
John A. Nichols 1942 $593,944. We are grate- Robert M. Howard 1961 1961 Dana M. Roussy 1968
I am equally pleased to share with you that our * Advanced Orthopedic Centers * Stephen L. Jordan 1944-25.0% 1982- 8.5% Gordon P. Williams 1942 John R. McDonald August J. Wallmeyer 1968
overall giving approached $1,000,000. Gifts to Stewart B. Foulke 1943 ful to each and every Frederick B. McNeil 1961 Robert A. Wilkins 1968
* Awad Concrete Construction, Inc. * Karen’s Diner 1945-30.8% (7) 1983-15.9% one of them. The lead- Ernest A. Mooney 1961 Dennis D. Williams 1968
scholarships and sponsor support for events also William T. Goodwin 1943 James R. Pickens 1961
* Beckstoffer-Welsh, Inc. * V. F. Lanasa Produce Robert W. Kusterer 1943 ing classes by year are: Eric S. Seidel 1961 Michael J. Awad 1969
allow us to continue with our mission of providing 1946- 7.4% 1984- 7.7% Michael J. Masotti 1943 Emil J. Bialkowski 1969
* Benedictine High School PTO * Augie Lange Realty David G. Nolte 1943 Francis T. Eck 1962 Thomas D. Burke 1969
the Cadets with a first class experience. 1947-13.2% 1985-13.7% Frank A. Solari 1943 1. 1939 - 50.0% Otto J. Gragnani 1962 D. Kevin Dolan 1969
and Cadet Shop * Martin, Dolan & Holton, LTD
William T. Stubbs 1943 2. 1981 - 40.0% Malcolm L. Slovic 1962 T. Bernard Fox 1969
We have set $330,000 as a realistic Annual Fund * Bennett Funeral Home * Meade Gregory 1948-30.8% (7) 1986-10.1% Emil Smigo 1962 Peter J. Gaglio 1969
William E. Boyle 1944 3. 1941 - 33.3% R. Pinkney Sowers 1962 Rodney F. Ganey 1969
goal for 2006-07. In addition, we have recently * Bunkie Trinite Trophies * The Noonan Company 1949-20.0% 1987- 7.6% Andrew M. Dreelin 1944 Donne M. Storino 1962 James L. Gill 1969
added an online form to our website www.bene- Alfred L. Haboush 1944 4. 1956 - 33.3% Richard D. Goodman 1969
* Carey Burke Carpets, Inc. * O’Brien Associates 1950-10.0% 1988- 8.3% George M. Saady 1944 Jerry L. Biedrycki 1963
dictinehighschool.org for your convenience. The Frank J. Wyatt 1944 5. 1964 - 32.8% Brawner Cates 1963 Mark C. Hobart 1969
* Thurman S. Cash, Jr. & Son * O’Toole’s Restaurant Charles B. Bliley 1945 Thomas M. Daly 1963 Garth B. Larcen 1969
community has asked for this opportunity and we 1951- 9.1% 1989-13.0% 6. 1942 - 31.3% Christopher B. Power 1969
Insurance Agency * Margaret and Gary Piacentini Thomas B. Grasberger 1945 Joseph A. Dart 1963
are pleased to tell you that it is now available. This 1952-14.8% 1990- 14.3% William N. Gregory 1945
7. 1945 - 30.8% Julius M. Dubovsky 1963 Robert L. Beckstoffer 1970
* Comcast * Puccinelli & Associates, Inc. Russell P. Knightly 1945 8. 1948 - 30.8% Ralph A. Elmore 1963 John B. Cates 1970
will allow our donors to make gifts online through 1953-13.9% 1991- 2.2% Bernard L. Kusterer 1945 R. Bruce McDonald 1963 Davis W. Durrett 1970
* Communications Specialists * Richmond Electric Supply 9. 1954 - 30.4% John B. McGinty 1963 S. Lee Gibbs 1970
a secure system if they choose. I am hopeful this William J. Melvin 1945 Stephen A. Northup 1963 Haywood B. Hyman 1970
* Custom Kitchens, Inc. * River City Bank 1954-30.4% (9) 1992- 7.8% Gregory S. Shuart 1945 10.1976 - 26.3% P. Graham O’Neil 1963 Bruce W. Jones 1970
will allow us to continue the momentum. Gildo Louis Suffredi 1945
* Diamond Springs Water * Royal Chevrolet Thomas J. Sheehy 1963 William F. Kastelberg 1970
1955-21.1% 1993- 8.5% Charles A. Mink 1946 Kevin J. Soden 1963 Kerry E. Powers 1970
Thank you for remembering Benedictine High * Dibert Valve & Fitting * Mark Royster John M. Timberlake 1946 Paul A. Williams 1963 Donald S. Ross 1970
1956-33.3% (3) 1994-22.6% K. Ray Augst 1955
School. Every charitable gift helps keep the spirit Thomas K. Barrett 1947 Jake Berman 1955 Ronald A. Beckstoffer 1964 Harry W. Tinsley 1970
* Direct Impressions * S & S Body Shop, Inc. Christopher C. Williams 1970
alive. 1957-19.1% 1995 - 2.9% Frank J. Gerwin 1947 Richard R. Cunningham 1955 Edward J. Burke 1964
* Dixie Sporting Goods * Saturn of Richmond Robert B. Heeke 1947 R. William Dunne 1955 Richard E. Dolan 1964 Thomas C. Burke 1971
1958-19.4% 1996- 2.3% William A. Heeke 1947 Leo A. Kramer 1955 Edward M. Ford 1964 Steve T. Goodman 1971
We are sincerely sorry if we have left your name * Extra Billy’s Barbecue * Servpro of Chesterfield Roger W. Staley 1947 Barry R. Page 1955 W. Barry Gibrall 1964 Robert M. Gregory 1971
off our Honor Roll of Donors. Please call me so I * First National Brokerage Corp. * Siewers Lumber & Millwork 1959-17.8% 1997-3.9% Blaise C. Plageman 1955 W. Scott Huzek 1964 John D. Helfert 1971
James E. Beck 1948 Robert J. Ross 1955 Nevin Isenberg 1964 Kevin R. Huennekens 1971
can thank you personally. * Glory Days Grill * Sinnott, Nuckols & Logan, PC Thomas J. Bliley 1948 Augustine T. Williams 1955 Dennis J. Kopecko 1964 Paul Joseph Loehr 1971
1960-14.1% 1998-3.3% Thomas J. Boehling 1948 Bernard W. Lange 1964 Dennis G. McDonald 1971
* George and Jane Garner * Spotts-Fain Richard D. Goodman 1948 Robert J. Baughan 1956
God Bless you and your loved ones. 1961-15.2% 1999-3.4% Francis D. Gragnani 1948 Herman J. Beckstoffer 1956 James B. McKenna 1964 Kevin M. McGowan 1971
* HandCraft Cleaners * Frank J. Stumpf F. Vernon McCracken 1948 Jon H. Betts 1956 Robert W. Newcomb 1964 James J. McNally 1971
1962-11.1% 2001-7.6% William H. Perrin 1948 Frank D. Carpin 1956 Anthony J. Puccinelli 1964 Matthew J. McNally 1971
Thomas J. Lukish Jr. ‘76 * Lynn and Stewart Hargrove * Tascon Group, Inc. Robert A. Preston 1948 Harry J. Edwards 1956 Thomas R. Scanniello 1964 James J. Meehan 1971
1963-20.4% 2002 - 4.2% Benny R. Sepulveda 1948 John J. Hanky 1956 Gerald H. Schepker 1964 James A. Murphy 1971
Director of Advancement * Havana Connections * Village Exxon Joseph F. Hasbrouck 1956 Anthony E. Smith 1964 Gary S. Powers 1971
Frederick W. Siewers 1948 Charles A. Smith 1964 Charles L. Sweeney 1971
Go Cadets! * Hill City Chop House * West End Anesthesia Group 1964-32.8% (5) 2003-2.8% Edward C. Trexler 1948 E. Fred Kahwajy 1956
Bernard F. Wittkamp 1948 Luis W. Morales 1956 Denis F. Soden 1964 Stephen K. Bannon 1972
* Hopewell Builders Supply * World Foreign Car Service John J. Muldowney 1956 Randolph A. Sutliff 1964 Thomas D. Cafferty 1972
1965-13.6% 2005-3.6% J. Gerard Boehling 1949 John J. Williams 1956 Lester A. Wagner 1964
Richard L. Boehling 1949 John T. West 1964 Steven C. DeLaney 1972
1966-14.8% 2006-1.6% John W. Butler 1949 J. Ben Birindelli 1957 Thomas G. Zincone 1964 Dennis M. Donahue 1972
Frank J. Doherty 1957 D. Mark Farley 1972
The new practice field under construction at the Abbey 1967-17.5% Total-13.43%
A. Lawrence Harvey 1949
Charles M. Ewell 1957 T. Michael Briggs 1965 Bruce P. Ganey 1972
Jack B. Harvie 1949 Michael A. Dixon 1965 J. Patrick Gill 1972
was made possible by the generosity of the BHS Class of Earl A. McKnight 1949 Joseph A. Lange 1957
Eugene D. Donner 1965 P. Christopher Guedri 1972
1968-16.1% Thank you Maurice L. Phillips 1949 William A. Malanima 1957
1955. Jerry L. Pugh 1949 Gerald V. Poh 1957 Ralph K. McNeil 1965 Joseph A. Jackson 1972
1969-14.8% Cadets! Warren L. Rose 1957 William B. Murphy 1965 Thomas J. Monaghan 1972
Albert R. Chiocca 1950 Michael K. Worsham 1957 John F. Rothert 1965 Robert F. Pecht 1972
1970-12.0% William P. Schubmehl 1950 Arthur J. Zohab 1957
John J. Hughes 1951 James P. Carreras 1958
26 BENEDICTINE FAMILY William A. Strauss 1951 Richard E. Dougherty 1958 HONOR ROLL 27
A. Gregory Toler 1951
HONOR ROLL Christopher M. Kiefer 1983
Patrick J. McKeon 1983
George E. Gaulding 1990
D. Matthew Gelletly 1990
2006 Cornerstone The General’s Society
($1,000.00 + )
Mr. Nicholas A. Roupas
Mr. Dana M. Roussy
Communications Specialists of Va., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Terence D. Cover
Charles D. Morehead 1983 Timothy O’Connor Johnson 1990
Derek R. Poh 1990
for the Future Mr. Anthony F. Ambrogi Shoney’s of Richmond, Inc. Mr. Thomas F. Cunningham
Todd D. Rogers 1983 Mr. Richard J. Siewers Delta Automation, Inc. Mr. J. Gerard Boehling Jr.
Mark R. Royster 1983 John R. Saunders 1990 The Abbot’s Circle - ($5,000.00 Appendix R Solutions, Inc. Rev. Neal A. Nichols
Paul C. Smith 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Terrence M. Bagley Dr. and Mrs. Alphonse E. Sirica Mr. Michael D. DeNoia Mrs. Jeane O’Brien Mr. James H. Boehling
Gerard J. White 1972 Attila P. Bality 1978 Matthew D. Smith 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Franco Ambrogi Dr. R. Pinkney Sowers III Mr. Ed C. Eck Jr.
Patrick J. White 1972 Gregory T. Cheely 1978 Kevin R. Snow 1983 Henry B. Wallmeyer 1990 Anne C. & Walter R. Robins Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Bailie Mr. P. Graham O’Neil, Jr. Mr. James W. Boehling
Sean P. Costello 1978 Mr. Martin J. Bannon, Jr. Mr. William P. Sowers Mr. Douglas W. Farley Mr. Alfred J. Owings, II Mr. Richard L. Boehling, Sr.
Terrence M. Bagley 1973 Stephen M. Tooker 1983 Benjamin T. Calkins 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Bagley, III Mr. Frank J. Stumpf, Jr. Mr. John E. Farrell
James S. Cremins 1978 Thomas L. Williams 1983 Jason R. Davis 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bahen Benedictine Alumni Board LCDR Stephen J. Panchyshyn Dr. and Mrs. L. Paul Bosher
Hilaire E. Beck 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Stumpf Mrs. Ellen F. Fountaine Mr. James Boykin
G. Kirby Brooks 1973 Hugh T. Dibert 1978 David R. Fleck 1991 Mr. Stephen K. Bannon Benedictine PTO Mr. John G. Ragsdale, II
Alan J. Makowsky 1978 Donald F. Chandler 1984 Gregory A. Hill 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Berling Mrs. H. Regina Toomey Fox-Rowden-McBrayer, Inc. Reliable Constructors, Inc. Ms. Sharon T. Boyle
Richard O. Bunce 1973 Curtis M. Irby 1984 Mr. Herman J. Beckstoffer, Jr. Ms. Helen A. Tremblay Mr. Nelson A. Franks
Christopher S. Farley 1973 Kyle A. Martin 1978 Vincent J. Wright 1991 Mrs. Patricia A. Berlin Bradley Electro Sales Corp. Mr. Andrew J. Rich Mr. Frank B. Bradley, III
Mark G. Guedri 1973 J. David Meyer 1978 Michael P. Kehoe 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Kirk V. Brammer UPS Foundation, Inc. Mr. Edwin Keith Galloway Mr. David T. Richardson LTC. Donald E. Bradshaw, USAR
Raymond A. Yerly 1978 Willis L. Rash 1984 David A. Gallagher 1992 Mr. C. Michael Caravati Mr. and Mrs. August J. Wallmeyer Mr. Rodney F. Ganey Mr. Mark S. Bradshaw
James H. Loughridge 1973 Peter A. Gambardella 1992 Mr. Kenneth L. Caravati Mr. T. Michael Briggs Mr. Donald S. Ross
John W. Murphy 1973 C. Michael Caravati 1979 Joseph A. Sabatini 1984 Mr. and Mrs. C. Fair Brooks, III Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Wallmeyer Mr. Timothy J. Gill S & S Body Shop, Inc. Mr. Morris W. Branch
Michael A. Toler 1984 Todd C. Hoyle 1992 Mr. James P. Carreras, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Williford Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gobble IV
Gary T. Piacentini 1973 William D. Carli 1979 Ian P. Little 1992 Catholic Diocese of Richmond Mr. John D. Burke Dr. Craig A. Sandoski Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Branch
David T. Richardson 1973 Christopher J. Enroughty 1979 John P. Morris 1992 Mr. Charles E. Caravati Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Zacharias Mr. Steve T. Goodman Mr. Michael L. Sawyer Brandywine Realty Trust
Charles W. Ward 1973 John P. Carpin 1985 Mr. Overton D. Dennis Jr. Mrs. Ethelene Hanky
Kenneth H. Harvey 1979 Chris Chalkley 1985 Luke O. Puccinelli 1992 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Dibert Mr. Frank D. Carpin Ms. Helen Scott Mr. Robert Branner Jr.
Thomas E. Ward 1973 J. Gregory Holzgrefe 1979 Scott D. Csaky 1985 Mr. J. Phillip Carreras Sr. The Colonel’s Society Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hannah Mr. Malcolm L. Slovic Braswell Insurance Agency, Inc.
Cary R. Kitchen 1979 Anthony F. Ambrogi 1993 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Dieter, Jr. ($500.00 + ) Mr. Douglas M. Harley Mr. Joseph M. Brower
Jeffrey D. Bramer 1974 David F. Ferguson 1985 Paul A. DeTrana 1993 Mr. D. Kevin Dolan Mrs. Launa H. Carreras Smith Reproduction
Stephen W. Gerloff 1974 Neal A. Nichols 1979 Michael J. Galli 1985 Catholic Woman’s Club Healthcare Communications, LLC & Renovation, Inc. D. Brown
Thomas H. Norris 1979 Brian S. Lambert 1993 Mr. Richard E. Dolan, Jr. A & C Utilities Supply Co., Inc. Mr. Robert A. Hill, III
Charles W. Giovannetti 1974 Anthony L. Giovannetti 1985 Kevin D. Murphy 1993 Mr. Francis T. Eck Class of 1981 A & J Electric Company, Inc. Mr. Kevin R. Snow Mr. Richard O. Bunce Jr.
Kevin L. Harvey 1974 W. Geoffrey Royster 1979 Mr. Harry F. Hoffmann, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stahling, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Burcham
Stephen L. Slaughter 1979 Christopher E. Kane 1985 Brian E. Gates 1994 Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Eichhorn, II Mr. John F. Daylor ACE Electric Company
A. Brooks Hock 1974 John P. Puccinelli 1985 Christian A. Mason 1994 Diamond Springs Water Advest, Inc. Mr. Frederick J. Holzgrefe, Jr. Mr. Robert E. Strauss Mr. John R. Burke
Paul L. Kitchen 1974 Michael P. Straus 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Ferreri Mr. Joseph Holzgrefe
Brian S. Thomas 1979 Kevin D. Purnell 1985 Edward J. Maynes 1994 Mrs. Marie D. Franko Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Dibert Mr. Gerald W. Augst Mr. William A. Strauss Jr. Mr. Richard S. Burke
William J. Kuhn 1974 Michael S. Maynes 1994 Mr. James B. Hotze The Positive Vibe Cafe Mr. Thomas C. Burke, Jr.
Thomas J. McNally 1974 Mark J. Weber 1979 Linwood I. Rogers 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Gill Dibert Valve & Fitting Co. Mr. K. Ray Augst, Jr.
Andrew B. Morehead 1994 Mr. Richard E. Dougherty, Jr. Mr. J.D. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Mr. Thomas D. Burke
Willard P. Milby 1974 David B. Craven 1980 Dietrich A. Berling 1986 Brandon T. Owens 1994 Mr. Mark G. Guedri Burnham Commercial
William T. Morse 1974 David A. Davenport 1980 Mr. John J. Hanky, Jr. Mr. Edgar A. Duffy Mrs. Helen Toomey
Richard R. Gill 1986 James A. Shaban 1994 DuPont Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Toomey Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Butt
L. Reed O’Brien 1974 Paul A. Marchetti 1980 David A. Hulcher 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Haywood B. Hyman, Jr.
John E. Pacer 1974 Timothy J. McGranahan 1980 Terrence W. Kerner 1986 Jane F. Simmons Trust Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dvorak, Jr. TOP 10 AREAS Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Trumble, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Byrd, Jr.
Richard M. Scott 1974 Mark B. O’Brien 1980 TOP 10 CLASSES BY Mr. William J. Kuhn Electrical Equipment Company FOR GIFTS RECEIVED Mr. and Mrs. Edward Villanueva Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Byrd
William J. Shepherd 1974 Timothy E. Kiefer 1986 Mr. Lester A. Wagner Dr. W. Russell Byrne, M.D.
Stephen G. Reardon 1980 Barton G. Leahey 1986 DOLLAR AMOUNT Mr. John R. McDonald Mr. Charles M. Ewell, Jr.
Michael P. Spinella 1974 Vincent P. Schultz 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. McKenna Fire Protection Equipment Co. The Benedictine community generously Mr. John T. West, IV C. E. Towler, Inc.
Ralph V. Toomey 1980 Drew S. Mugford 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Mr. Thomas D. Cafferty
Andrew T. Brower 1975 Charles F. Plageman 1986 The alumni generous- Monsignor John J. McMahon Charitable Frank H. Nott Foundation Fund donated $989,871 to the school in 2005-
William M. Costello 1975 Eugene H. Walter 1980
Trust Fund Mr. Mark D. Franko Whitlock, III Carey Burke Carpets
Edward S. Whitlock 1980 Philip L. Wyatt 1986 ly donated $593,944 2006. Thank you! Rev. Msgr. John J. Williams Mr. and Mrs. William D. Carli
Roy B. Goodman 1975 Mr. John A. Nichols Mr. I. Virt Frick, III
John J. Hanky 1975 Andras J. Bality 1981 James H. Boehling 1987 during the past year. Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Fulk Dr. Dennis D. Winters Mr. Charles Carreras
David B. Harvey 1975 Mr. and Mrs. L. Reed O’Brien, Jr. Mr. William T. Carreras
Victor J. Bernet 1981 Richard E. Dougherty 1987 Thank you to all the Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Piacentini Mr. Frank T. Gadams 1. Unrestricted gifts to the Annual Mr. W. Morison Wood III
James G. Kelly 1975 Cayce G. Craddock 1981 Jason Flippo 1987 Cadets helping Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gaunt Fund - $288,060 Mrs. Elizabeth S. Wright Ms. Stuart S. Carter
Jordan T. McGuire 1975 Thomas F. Cunningham 1981 Brian T. Ford 1987 Mr. David D. Plageman Mr. Brawner Cates, III
Cadets! Richmond Electric Supply Co., Inc. Greygate, LLC Mr. Frank J. Wyatt Jr.
John B. Myers 1975 Stephen M. Drew 1981 Joseph T. Jordan 1987 Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Grover 2. Restricted for Scholarships - Mr. John B. Cates, Sr.
Philip A. Noonan 1975 David Dunivan 1981 Mark A. Lange 1987 Mr. Robert J. Ross $268,797 Mr. and Mrs. Dean Caven
Keith M. Oley 1975 Servpro of Chesterfield & Tri-Cities, Plus Mr. James T. Guthrie Headmaster Associate
Douglas W. Farley 1981 David W. Powers 1987 1. 1962 - $104,225 Hand Craft Services ($100.00 + ) Mr. Chris Chalkley
Frederick W. Siewers 1975 Mark D. Franko 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Steven P. Settlage 3. Charles E. Caravati Scholarship
Walter J. Stumpf 1975 Charles A. Smith 1987 2. 1968 - $ 52,250 Mr. Mark L. Smith Mr. William F. Holzgrefe Fund- $50,000 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Agee Mr. and Mrs. Ramon E. Chalkley Jr.
Edwin Keith Galloway 1981 Creed O. Spriggs 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Chris G. Chapin
W. Douglas Warren 1975 Timothy J. Gill 1981 Constituent Name Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Howard, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. David W. Albright
Christopher E. Thomas 1987 3. 1976 - $ 43,467 Mr. Andrew C. Hulcher 4. Coaches Club - $37,500 Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarke Chase
Donald E. Bradshaw 1976 Thomas L. Gorman 1981 Mr. Frank J. Stumpf, Sr. Colonel and Mrs. Charles R. Mr. Albert R. Chiocca
John D. Burke 1976 James R. Hennig 1981 Thomas Q. Benedetti 1988 4. 1981 - $ 37,482 The Community Foundation Hutcheson & Company 5. Darryl W. Harman Jr. Memorial Alexander, Jr.
Robert A. Hill 1981 J. Scott Carreras 1988 Ms. Catherine M. Toomey Mrs. Mary Frances C. Kastelberg Altria Employee Involvement Mr. and Mrs. David S. Christian
Kenneth L. Caravati 1976 5. 1970 - $ 31, 375 Scholarship Fund - $35,001 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R.
John F. Daylor 1976 Kenneth J. Hurst 1981 Robert W. Ferguson 1988 Ms. Elizabeth Toomey Mr. William F. Kastelberg, IV Programs
J. Donald Etz 1976 Henry F. Lange 1981 Patrick M. Gibrall 1988 6. 1969 - $ 30,800 Toomey Land Co. Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Kehoe 6. Blast sponsorships - $31,100 Mrs. Ruth M. Ambrogi Cieslarczyk
I. Virt Frick 1976 Joseph J. Loehr 1981 Robert L. Goodman 1988 Ukrop Foundation Knights of Columbus #6189 Mr. J. Michael Amrhein Class of 2007
John K. Loftus 1981 7. 1955 - $ 27,675 7. Restricted to Athletics - $28,888 Classic Home Mortgage, Inc
David W. Gragnani 1976 David A. Graziano 1988 Virginia Eye Institute Mr. Bernard H. Koster Jr. Mr. John Amrhein, Jr.
Douglas M. Harley 1976 Thomas S. Longan 1981 David K. Kelley 1988 8. 1979 - $ 27,104 Mr. Robert W. Kusterer 8. Brooks Norfleet Berry Music Ms. Matilda Cochet-Bowden
Sean M. McGrath 1981 Mr. Albert J. Anderson Mr. John V. Cogbill, III
Richard F. Hendrick 1976 Kevin R. Laing 1988 9. 1972 - $ 21,497 The Trustee’s Circle Mr. Robert A. Leahey Scholarship Fund - $26,272 Mr. Dennis Ashcraft
Harry F. Hoffmann 1976 Matthew K. McNeil 1981 Mr. R.B. Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Colbert, Jr.
George C. McRoberts 1981 David J. Mason 1988 ($2,500.00 + ) Mr. and Mrs. Farhad Azari
John S. Holmgren 1976 Matthew M. Nuckols 1988 10. 1956 - $ 20,476 Mr. Frank G. Louthan Jr. 9. Athletic Complex - $25,000 Mr. August J. Bain Mrs. Custis L. Coleman
Andrew C. Hulcher 1976 Edwin W. Mugford 1981 Mr. Michael S. Beall Mr. and Mrs. Donald W.
Sidney S. Hyman 1976 John M. Muldowney 1981 Philip B. Rose 1988 LRIG SE Chapter 10. The Blast Raffle - $19,500 Mr. Andras J. Bality
Thomas S. O’Bryan 1981 Patrick L. Sanford 1988 Mr. Emil J. Bialkowski, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lukish Jr., Jr. Coleman, Sr.
Mark T. Leonard 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Bliley, Jr. 11. Rut Classic Golf - $19,200 Mr. Attila P. Bality Ms. Colleen Collins
Thomas J. Lukish Jr. 1976 John G. Ragsdale 1981 Richard E. Smith 1988 Matthew T. Lambert 1995 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Maguire Mr. Marshall D. Banks, II
Andrew J. Rich 1981 Mr. Francis R. Boehling Marvel Collections, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Collins Sr.
John S. Massad 1976 Brian T. Andrews 1989 Matthew G. Kennedy 1996 Mr. William A. Butcher Ms. Nancy Barrett Colortree of Virginia, Inc.
Manuel G. Mendez 1976 Richard J. Siewers 1981 Marshall D. Banks 1989 Mr. John S. Massad, Jr. Mr. Thomas K. Barrett
Larry J. Mills 1976 Mark L. Smith 1981 Zachary E. Harrison 1997 Mr. J. Scott Carreras Mr. James C. McCarthy Concepts Direct Inc
William A. Thomas 1981 Karl W. Berling 1989 Direct Impressions, Inc. Mr. Kenneth J. Hurst Mr. Robert J. Baughan, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Conte
Warren C. Moore 1976 Robert M. Bradley 1989 Charles M. Morrison 1997 Mr. John B. McGinty Automatic Laundry Service of VA, Inc. Mr. James E. Beck
Paul H. Nolte 1976 Charles F. Wade 1981 Estes Express Lines Mr. James B. McKenna, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hilaire E. Beck, III Mr. Haywood B. Hyman Sr. Mr. Jack C. Cook Jr.
James B. Wilkinson 1981 Frank T. Gadams 1989 Michael C. Hanky 1998 Mr. Bruce P. Ganey Illumination Concepts & Sales Mr. Ronald A. Beckstoffer
Charles H. Norris 1976 David M. Hess 1989 Paul E. Vance 1998 Mr. John J. Meagher, Jr. Mr. Thomas Q. Benedetti Dr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Bednarz Mrs. Mary Margaret Corbett
Christopher F. Romeo 1976 Dennis D. Winters 1981 Reese D. Murdaugh 1989 Mr. Richard R. Gill Col. William H. Miller, USAF(Ret.) Benedictine PTA Bowling League Mr. Nevin Isenberg Mr. Sean P. Costello
Nicholas A. Roupas 1976 Tracy M. Woodson 1981 Jonathan L. Gleason 1999 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Gottwald J F Schoch Building Corp. Mr. K. Ruppert Beirne, Esq. Mr. William M. Costello
Alfred J. Owings 1989 Mr. Edwin W. Mugford, III Bennett Funeral Home Mr. Robert J. Belton
Craig A. Sandoski 1976 Patrick E. Caine 1982 Stephen A. Plageman 1989 Daniel Scott Moffett 1999 Mr. James J. Harenchar Mr. and Mrs. John J. Muldowney Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Berling J.C. Driskill, Inc. Mrs. Christie Boehling Cox
William P. Sowers 1976 James J. Harenchar 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Stewart R. Hargrove Mr. Timothy O’Connor Johnson Mr. Wayne L. Benninghove Mr. and Mrs. Cayce G. Craddock
Matthew O. Puccinelli 1989 Patrick B. Estes 2001 Mr. R. Wood Northup Mr. and Mrs. John F. Berry Mr. Dietrich A. Berling
Christopher J. Weir 1976 Jeffrey R. Lukish 1982 Kenneth C. Puryear 1989 Matthew A. Gray 2001 Mr. William T. Hupp Mr. Mark B. O’Brien The Honorable Thomas J. Bliley Jr. Knights of Columbus 6546 Mr. David B. Craven
Robert E. Morley 1982 Gerald L. Roberts 1989 Charles K. Stokes 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Marroni Mr. John K. Loftus Mr. Jake Berman Jr. Mr. S. Christopher Craven, CPA
Joseph M. Brower 1977 Dr. and Mrs. George A. Oley, III Mr. Thomas J. Boehling LTC Victor J. Bernet, M.D.
William A. Butcher 1977 Stephen J. Panchyshyn 1982 John A. Sabatini 1989 Shore A. Stokes 2001 Martin, Dolan & Holton, LTD Mr. and Mrs. Michael Oplinger Breeden & Collier Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lukish Mr. Barry D. Crawford
Samuel C. Dibert 1977 John P. Ripp 1982 Michael B. Siewers 1989 Miscellaneous Tommy Collins Mr. Sean M. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. John F. Berry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Artie B. Cray, Jr.
Patrick B. Rupertus 1982 Michael L. Thurman 1989 Richard L. Brammer 2002 Owens & Minor Mr. Edward J. Burke, III Mr. Jon H. Betts
Thomas F. Giannasi 1977 James L. Timberlake 2002 Mr. John M. Muldowney Mr. Barry R. Page Mr. and Mrs. Bill Caldwell Mr. Patrick J. McKeon Mr. James S. Cremins, Sr.
Jeffrey M. Gill 1977 David C. Stumpf 1982 James E. Welsh 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Valmont R. Ouellette Dr. Andrew J. Metz BHS Class of 1975 Mr. James S. Cremins, Jr.
Patient First Capital Center, L.L.C. Mr. J. Ben Birindelli
Bruce R. Kitchen 1977 K. Ruppert Beirne 1983 Brian W. Adkins 1990 Charles A. Giovannetti 2003 Paul H. Pusey Foundation Capital Electrical Conctractors, Inc. Mr. John Miller Mr. Charles F. Crone
Charles J. Maurer 1977 Greg R. Boehling 1983 Stephen C. Prugh 2003 Mr. Charles F. Plageman Mr. Jay Birsch
Henry H. Berling 1990 Philip Morris USA Matching Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Preston Capital Equipment Sales & Service Co. Miscellaneous Rut Golf Mr. George O. Crone, Jr.
Michael A. McGranahan 1977 Carmack W. Demonbreu 1983 Francis R. Boehling 1990 James J. Neville 2005 Gifts Program Mr. Luis W. Morales Mr. Charles B. Bliley, Jr USAF(R) Dr. and Mrs. Richard R. Crowder
James L. Thomas 1977 Peter G. Fagan 1983 Mr. O. Ralph Puccinelli, Jr. Capital Interior Contractor, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas M. Bliley
Mark S. Bradshaw 1990 Richard A. Schoepke 2005 Mr. Kerry E. Powers Mr. John P. Carpin Mr. Andrew B. Morehead Mr. and Mrs. William E. Croxton
Robert B. Woodward 1977 Patrick B. Franko 1983 S. Christopher Crave 1990 Mr. Kevin D. Purnell Mr. Greg R. Boehling, Sr.
Robert C. Brammer 2006 Mr. and Mrs. John T. Riding Ms. Martha Rawlins Mr. Thurman S. Cash, Jr. Mr. Daniel H. Murphy Mr. Scott D. Csaky
Christopher S. Cray 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Schoepke Mr. and Mrs. David P. Musick
Reco Foundation Chappell Agency, Inc.
Siewers, R. A., Inc. Mr. Todd D. Rogers Chevron Texaco Matching Gift Program Mr. and Mrs R. Edward Nance
28 BENEDICTINE FAMILY Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tellmann Mr. John F. Rothert CityCelebrations National Folk Festival HONOR ROLL 29
Jefferson Hotel Mr. George C. McRoberts Mr. Gerald L. Roberts Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Thedieck Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roy Allison, Jr. Mrs. Denise P. Dickerson
HONOR ROLL JMJ Corporation
Mr. Richard Johnson
Mrs. Patricia A. Melka
Mr. William J. Melvin, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Roberts
Mr. James E. Robertson
Mr. Brian S. Thomas
Thomas Harris & Co., Inc.
Mr. Joseph Amory
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Andrews
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Dickerson
Ms. Julie Doering
Mr. and Mrs. Yancey S. Jones Meteor Graphics Gallery Mr. Christopher F. Romeo Mr. James L. Thomas, Jr. Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Dolbeare
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley K. Joynes, III Dr. Willard P. Milby, III Mrs. Marilyn C. Rooney Mr. William A. Thomas Ms. Eileen S. Appelrouth Dominion Foundation Matching Gift
Mr. E. Fred Kahwajy Miller & Anderson, Inc. Mr. Thomas M. Rose Mrs. Alice J. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Arrighi Program Mr. and Mrs. Derwood F. Harrison Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lance P. Long
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cummins Mrs. Odiegene M. George Mr. Christopher E. Kane Mr. and Mrs. J. William Miller Mr. Warren L. Rose Mr. Edward C. Thompson, Jr. Mr. L. Ray Ashworth Mr. Dennis M. Donahue Mr. Zachary E. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. R. Joseph Long
Capt. Richard R. Cunningham Mr. Stephen W. Gerloff Mr. J. Patrick Keith Mr. Jerry E. Miller Royal Chevrolet Company Mr. J. Peter Thompson, Jr. Mr. Bob Atack Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Donohoe Mr. A. Lawrence Harvey Mrs. Carolyn Loupassi
Custom Kitchens, Inc. Mr. Frank J. Gerwin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Kelleher Sr. Mr. Larry J. Mills Royal Olds, Isuzu and Suzuki Tidewater Block, LLC Mr. Douglas M. Atkins Mr. Richard E. Dougherty, III Mr. Jack B. Harvie Master Thomas J. Lukish III
Mr. Robert J. Dahlstedt Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Giannasi Mrs. Marie K. Kellehe Mr. Charles A. Mink Mr. Mark R. Royster Mr. John M. Timberlake Automated Properties Ms. Rebecca G. Draper Mr. and Mrs. William D. Havens Ms. Alice C. Lynch
Mr. Thomas M. Daly Jr. Mr. W. Barry Gibrall Mr. David K. Kelley Miscellaneous Annual Fund Mr. W. Geoffrey Royster Mr. John M. Timberlake Management, Ltd. Hon. Charles H. Duff Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Haynes Ms. Sandra J. Lynne
Lt. Col. and Mrs. Loyal D. Mrs. Betty W. Gill Mr. F. Robert Kelly, III Miscellaneous Blast Mr. Patrick B. Rupertus Mr. Harry W. Tinsley Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Awad Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Duggan Ms. Lynn S. Headley Major Alan J. Makowsky
Daubenspeck Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gill, Jr. Dr. Frank R. Kelly, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne L. Moffett Mr. and Mrs. John K. Russell II Dr. A. Gregory Toler, Jr. Ms. Suzanne Bachman Mr. Mark R. Duncan Mr. William A. Heeke Jr. Mr. William A. Malanima
Mr. David A. Davenport Mr. Gregory J. Gilligan Mr. James G. Kelly, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Monaghan Mr. Kevin B. Russell Mr. Stephen M. Tooker Bagby Electric of Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Randy S. Earley Mr. and Mrs. John P. Henderson, Jr. Mr. Robert A. Martin
Mr. William B. Dawson Mr. George H. Ginn Mr. Joseph A. Kelly Mr. Ernest A. Mooney, Jr. Rx South Pharmacy Mrs. Nancy W. Tooker-Duley Mr. Rino E. Balducci Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Eddins, Jr. Mr. David M. Hess Mr. Gerald A. Masini
Mr. Frank L. Daylor, Jr. Mr. Anthony L. Giovannetti Dr. Allen Awad and Ms. Mary Jo Kelly Mr. Warren C. Moore Mr. Frank S. Ryburn Tradewinds Electric Bandito’s Mr. Adam J. Elu Mrs. Charles E. Hock, Sr. Mr. Christian A. Mason
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Deaton Mr. Charles W. Giovannetti Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. William K. Moriarty Mr. George M. Saady Mr. Stephane F. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Beasley Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Emroch Ms. Juliana Hodapp Mr. Robert P. Mathewson
Mr. Steven C. DeLaney Mr. and Mrs. Scott N. Goldberg Ms. Rhoda Marie Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Patrick V. Morris Mr. David A. Savage Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ukrop Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Beckstoffer Dr. and Mrs. Frederick I. Ende Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hodges Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mayhall
Mr. Paul A. DeTrana Mr. Richard D. Goodman Mr. William G. Kennedy IV Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Morrison, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Scafidi Mr. Robert S. Ukrop Mr. William H. Beckstoffer Mr. Christopher J. Enroughty Ms. Arlene Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. James T. Mayne
Col. Persse K. Deverell, III Mr. Richard D. Goodman Jr. Mr. Terrence W. Kerner Mr. Charles M. Morrison, III Very Rev. Donald F. Scales OSB Unilux Advanced Manufacturing Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Belcher Mr. Patrick B. Estes Mr. and Mrs. Mike Holberg Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Maynes
Digital Innovations Group Mr. Robert L. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Corey L. Kerstetter Mr. William T. Morse Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Schaaf USTA Richmond Weekday Tennis Benevolink Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Etheridge, Jr. Ms. Mary Ellen Holland Mr. Edward J. Maynes, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dunn Dillard Mr. Roy B. Goodman Mr. Timothy E. Kiefer Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mosier Mr. W. G. Schaefer, Jr. Mr. Paul E. Vance Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Beres, III Mr. J. Donald Etz Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie S. Hollins Mr. Michael S. Maynes
Dinkin, Purnell & Johnson Mr. David W. Gragnani Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. King Mr. Drew S. Mugford Mr. John S. Schiavo Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Beres, Jr. Exxon Mobil Corporation Mr. J. Gregory Holzgrefe Mr. Eugene W. McCaul Sr.
Dixie Sporting Goods Co., Inc. Mr. Francis D. Gragnani Mr. Bruce R. Kitchen Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Schmitt, Sr. VanFossen Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Berndt Ms. Tracy Fabricant Honeywell Matching Gifts Program Tracy K. McCauley
Mr. Michael A. Dixon Mr. Otto J. Gragnani Mr. Cary R. Kitchen Mr. James A. Murphy Mr. William P. Schubmehl Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Vargas Ms. Cassandra W. Berry Mr. Peter G. Fagan Mr. E. D. Hovis Ms. Carol W. McEvoy
Mr. Frank J. Doherty Jr. Grand Metro Builders, Inc. Mr. Paul L. Kitchen Mr. William B. Murphy II Mr. Richard M. Scott Mr. James J. Vergara Jr. Mr. Jerry L. Biedrycki Mr. and Mrs. William C. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Howe Ms. Margaret J. McFadzen
Dominion Payroll Services, LLC Mr. Gordon E. Granger Jr. Mr. Russell P. Knightly, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Musick, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Donald G. Seitz Verizon Foundation Ms. Kim L. Blair Mr. David F. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. David L. Howe Mr. Thomas J. McGranahan
Mrs. Margaret Donlan Mr. Thomas A. Grant Mr. Dennis J. Kopecko, PhD Ms. Marty F. Myers Major Benny R. Sepulveda USMC, Ret. Virginia Fire Protection, Inc. Ms. Mary Conner Bland Mrs. Darien Fisher-Duke Mr. and Mrs. Gary Howe Mr. Timothy J. McGranahan
Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Donlan, Jr. Ms. Katherine E. Graziano Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Kosakowski Mr. James J. Neville Service Electrical Contractors, Inc. Virginia Group Benefits Insurance Ms. Karla W. Boughey Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Fitz-Hugh, Jr. Mr. Edwin N. Hower, Jr. Mr. Betts W. McGurn
Mr. Eugene D. Donner Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gregory Mr. Leo A. Kramer, Jr. New Irish, LLC Ms. Judith Shahriari Consultants Ms. Matilda C. Bowden Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Fleck Ms. Mary E. Hoy Mr. Earl A. McKnight
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Mr. Andrew M. Dreelin, III Mr. William N. Gregory, Jr. Mr. Bernard L. Kusterer NewMarket Services Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Shelton W. W. Whitlock Foundation Mr. William E. Boyle Mr. Patrick B. Franko Mr. Charles M. Hudson Ms. Eleanor H. McNally
Mr. Stephen M. Drew Mr. Peter B. Grinnell, CPA GFM Mr. Kevin R. Laing Mr. Michael W. Newton Mr. William J. Shepherd Wachovia Foundation Matching Mr. Jeffrey D. Bramer Ms. Dearing G. Gaddy Mr. Kevin R. Huennekens Mr. James J. McNally
Mr. Leo C. Drozeski, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Guman Mr. Matthew T. Lambert Mr. David G. Nolte Mr. John Sherman, Jr. Gifts Program Mr. Richard L. Brammer, II Mr. Peter J. Gaglio Mr. John J. Hughes Jr. Mr. John G. McNally
Mr. Julius M. Dubovsky, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Guy Mr. Augie F. Lange Jr. Mr. Paul H. Nolte, Jr. Mr. O. Martin Shorter III Mr. Charles F. Wade Mr. Robert Cameron Brammer Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone A. Gaines Mr. Michael J. Hyland Mr. Matthew J. McNally
Mr. and Mrs. Billy B. Duesing H & H Mailing Company Mr. Bernard W. Lange, Jr. Mr. Charles H. Norris Mr. Gregory S. Shuart Mr. Henry B. Wallmeyer Ms. Rose T. Brinson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Isaacs Mr. and Mrs. John L. Meacham, Sr.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duley H. W. Owens, Inc. Mr. Henry F. Lange North Landing Corporation Mr. Frederick W. Siewers, Jr. Wal-Mart Foundation Ms. Katherine M. Brockel Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gallo J & W Seafood of Virginia, Inc. Mr. James J. Meehan
Mr. David Dunivan Mrs. Lori Haas Mr. Joseph A. Lange Jr. Mr. Stephen A. Northup Mr. Frederick W. Siewers, III James Waltrip Mr. and Mrs. G. Kirby Brooks, III Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Gallo Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jackson, Sr. Ms. Suzanne Melzig
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Dunn Mr. Alfred L. Haboush Mr. Thomas M. Lange Mr. and Mrs. Channing M. Nuckols Mr. Stephen L. Slaughter Mr. Roy J. Ward Jr. Mr. Andrew T. Brower, CPA Mr. Michael Gangeri Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jarvis Mr. Manuel G. Mendez
Major R. William Dunne Mr. Barry A. Hackney Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Lannon Mr. Matthew M. Nuckols Mr. Anthony E. Smith Mr. W. Douglas Warren Mr. David A. Brown Joseph P. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. W. Stanley Jennings, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel N. Mendez
Mr. Davis W. Durrett, III Mr. John J. Hanky, III Mr. Brent A. Lantz Mr. D. Wayne O’Bryan Mr. Charles A. Smith, III Mr. and Mrs. Wade C. Warren Ms. Suzanne H. Brown Mr. Brian E. Gates Mrs. Beth Johnson Mr. and Mrs. John Meybin III
Mr. and Mrs. Sean K. Easter Mr. Michael C. Hanky Mr. Garth B. Larcen Mr. and Mrs. Frank O’Connor Mr. Charles A. Smith, Jr. Warren, Whitney, Sherwood & Mr. W Bruce Browning Ms. Genevieve M. Gauvin Mr. and Mrs. David L. Johnson Ms. Helen W. Meyer
Mr. Harry J. Edwards, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Hardin Mr. Robert E. Lattanze Ms. Kelly G. O’Toole Mr. Charles H. Smith Company Ms. Hilda D. Bruce Mrs. Elaine R. Gazzara Mr. and Mrs. Grayson S. Johnson Mr. J. David Meyer
Mr. and Mrs. G. Randy Ellington, III Ms. Betty Harmening Ms. Mary Chase Layman Mr. Hugh W. Owens Mrs. Delos Smith Mr. and Mrs. Oliver L. Way Ms. Sharon L. Bruce Kelly George Ms. Sarah B. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Meyers
Mr. Ralph A. Elmore III Mr. Jason Harper Mr. Barton G. Leahey, III Mr. Demus Oxford Mr. Paul C. Smith Mr. Mark J. Weber Mrs. Nancy Bruni Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Gerdes Mr. Bruce W. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Miller
Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Estes Ms. Mary E. Harrison Mrs. Ann C. Legnaioli Mr. John E. Pacer Mr. Richard B. Smith Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Weinstein Mr. James T. Brunot Mr. S. Lee Gibbs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd C. Jones Miscellaneous Brooks Berry
ETEC Mechanical Corporation Mr. David B. Harvey Mr. Mark T. Leonard Mr. John Paroli Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Smith, IV Mr. Christopher J. Weir Mr. and Mrs. Dennis H. Bunnell Mr. and Mrs. T. Christopher Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Ronald S. Jones Mitchell, Wiggins & Company
Mr. Christopher S. Farley Mr. Kenneth H. Harvey LTC. and Mrs. Thomas A. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Preston L. Parrish Ms. Eleanor C. Snellings Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Weir Ms. Elinor M. Burns Dr. and Mrs. J. Patrick Gill Mr. and Mrs. William B. Jordan, Jr. Mr. Daniel Scott Moffett
Mr. D. Mark Farley Mr. Kevin L. Harvey Mr. Ian P. Little Mr. Robert F. Pecht, III Mr. and Mrs. David B. Snider Wellpoint, Inc- Midwest DBA Group Mr. John W. Butler Ms. Alice G. Gilleece Ms. Carol Julian Mr. Alexander G. Monroe
Mr. Michael Scott Farrar Mr. Joseph F. Hasbrouck Mr. Joe Lobred Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine LLP Mr. John R. Sniffin Mr. Rich G. Welmering Mr. Patrick E. Caine Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Gillenwater Julian’s Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Mooney
Mr. William A. Fastabend Ms. Anna M. Hedgepeth Mr. Joseph J. Loehr, III Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Peeler The Honorable Denis F. Soden Westminster Canterbury Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Call III Mr. Thomas C. Gilman Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Juran Mr. and Mrs. James T. Moore
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Feehely Mr. Robert B. Heeke Ms. Kimberly A. Loehr Mr. James V. Pellicane Dr. Kevin J. Soden Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. White Mr. William H. Camp Miss Anna Giovannetti Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kammeter Mrs. Karen D. Morano
Mr. Sidney Feldstein Mr. John D. Helfert Mr. Paul Joseph Loehr Mrs. Vicki L. Peranski Mr. Frank A. Solari, Jr. Mr. James B. Wilkinson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Francis F. Carr Jr. Mr. Charles A. Giovannetti Mr. and Mrs. Wesley B. Kaufman Mr. Charles D. Morehead, Jr.
Financial Accounting Services, LTD Mr. Richard F. Hendrick Mr. Thomas S. Longan Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Petock Mr. James R. Sowers Mr. Christopher C. Williams Ms. Terri H. Carr Mr. Jonathan L. Gleason Lt. Col. Charles E. Kelly, USAF(Ret.) Mr. and Mrs. M. Jeffrey Morgan
Mr. Tim Finnegan Mr. James R. Hennig Mr. James H. Loughridge, III Mr. and Mrs. Charles Petrick Mr. Michael P. Spinella Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. Gliebe Mr. George J. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Morley, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. FitzGerald, III Henrico Doctors’ Hospital Mr. R. Bruce Lucas Mr. Maurice L. Phillips Mr. Creed O. Spriggs Mr. Michael J. Williams Mr. S. William Carroll Jr. Ms. Reba H. Goffigon Mr. Matthew G. Kennedy Ms. Patricia S. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Fitzgerald, III Herman W. Allen, Inc. R Lugo Mr. James R. Pickens Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Spriggs Mr. Paul A. Williams Ms. Evon Carson Mr. William T. Goodwin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Kern Dr. and Mrs. Maurice F. Mullins
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick D. Fitzpatrick Mr. Milton A. Hess Dr. Jeffrey R. Lukish Mr. Blaise C. Plageman, Jr. St. Joseph Catholic Church Willow Oaks 18-Hole Ladies Golf Ms. Diane G. Cartner Mr. Thomas L. Gorman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Kiefer Mr. Reese D. Murdaugh
Mr. Edward M. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hill Mrs. L.B. Lyon, Jr. Mr. Stephen A. Plageman Mr. Roger W. Staley Association Cavalier Rifle and Pistol Club, Inc Mr. Thomas B. Grasberger Kirby & Associates, CPA Mr. John W. Murphy Jr.
Lt. Col. Stewart B. Foulke, USAF(Ret.) Hirschler Fleischer M.H. West and Company, Inc. Mr. Gary J. Plummer Mr. and Ms. Thomas J. Stanton Willow Oaks USTA 4.0 Women’s Mr. Donald F. Chandler, II Mr. Matthew A. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Jerome W. Klasmeier Mr. Kevin D. Murphy
Fountainhead Development Mr. Mark C. Hobart, IV Mrs. H. J. Maddock, Jr. Mr. Derek R. Poh Mr. Brian Staples Weekend Team Ms. Kathy Charles Mr. and Mrs. John T. Green Ms. Josephine L. Klotz Mr. John B. Myers
Group, LLC Mr. A. Brooks Hock Mr. and Mrs. James E. Maguire Mr. Alfred E. Pollard, PE Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stepanian Mr. and Mrs. William A. Winfree, III Mr. Gregory T. Cheely Ms. Anne Gordon Greever Mr. Paul K. Klotz Ms. K. R. Naoroz
Mr. T. Bernard Fox Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Hogan Mrs. Joan G. Mahan Power Flame Incorporated Mr. Charles K. Stokes Dr. Bernard F. Wittkamp Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Clark Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Grotos Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Klotz, Jr. Ms. Lillian B. Neal
Mrs. Robert M. Freeman Mr. John S. Holmgren Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Malek Mr. Christopher B. Powers Mr. Shore A. Stokes Mr. Kevin T. Wood Mr. and Mrs. John M. Claytor Mr. and Mrs. P. Christopher Guedri Mr. and Mrs. George L. Koebel Ms. Lisa Neeley
Ms. Barbara E. Frey Mr. Charles E. Holsinger, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Marchetti Sr. Mr. David W. Powers, Jr. Mr. Donne M. Storino Mr. Tracy M. Woodson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cleary Mr. and Mrs. Morton B. Gulak Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Kozak Mrs. Martha C. Nesmith
Mr. Virt Frick Mr. and Mrs. David L. Horsley, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Marrillia Mr. and Mrs. Gary S. Powers Dr. and Mrs. Frank D. Straus Mr. Robert B. Woodward, Jr. Ms. Susan K. Coggsdale Mr. John A. Hadley Mr. and Mrs. Bill LaDu Mr. James J. Neville
Ms. K. Dale Fuller Hotel Roanoke Mr. Kyle A. Martin Precision Power Inc Mr. Michael P. Straus, CPA Mr. Michael K. Worsham Mr. and Mrs. Elliott G. Cole Mr. and Mrs. Frederic B. Hall Mr. Brian S. Lambert Mr. Robert W. Newcomb, Jr.
Ms. Katherine Fuller Hourigan Construction Corp. Mr. Michael J. Masotti Dr. Robert A. Preston Mr. Paul J. Strauss Worth Higgins & Associates, Inc. Colony Management Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Brenton S. Halsey Mr. and Mrs. Richard Landers Mr. and Mrs. John W. Newell
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Fulton Mr. Robert M. Howard Jr. Mr. Charles J. Maurer, III Mr. J.E. Prillaman Mr. Richard E. Strauss Mr. E. Alvin Wright, Jr. Mrs. Rebecca C. Combs Ms. Margaret J. Hamer Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Langhorne Ms. Sallie Nolte
Mrs. Helen Galea Mr. Todd C. Hoyle Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mayne Mr. Anthony J. Puccinelli Mrs. F.H. Stringfellow Mr. Vincent J. Wright Commonwealth Catholic Charities Ms. Jane U. Hamilton Ms. Nancy F. Langston Mr. Philip A. Noonan, Jr.
Mr. David A. Gallagher Mr. David A. Hulcher Mr. Edward Mazzetta Mr. Matthew O. Puccinelli Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Strollo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Wulf Mr. Christopher S. Cray Ms. Stephanie Hamlett Ms. Jada Lavin Mrs. Mary Gail Norfleet
Mr. Michael J. Galli Hundley & Johnson Mr. F. Vernon McCracken, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Puryear Mr. David C. Stumpf, CFA Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wyatt, IV Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crews Mr. and Mrs. Spence Hamrick, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John A. LaVoie Sr. Mr. Thomas H. Norris
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Hurst Boiler & Welding Co., Inc. Mr. Dennis G. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Reardon Mr. Gildo Louis Suffredini Mr. Raymond A. Yerly, Sr. Mrs. William R. Crews, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hancock Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Lepper Northeast Solite Corporation
Gambardella, Jr. Mr. W. Scott Huzek Mr. R. Bruce McDonald, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Linwood K. Regensburg SunTrust Mid- Atlantic Mr. Arthur J. Zohab Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy R. Crocker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Hanley Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Lessels Northern Hills Neighborhood
Mr. Peter A. Gambardella, Esq. Ms. Mary Carter Hyman Ms. Morgen McElroy Mr. and Mrs. Hunter G. Rhodes Matching Gifts Program Ms. Barbara Hunt Crow Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hannah Mr. and Mrs. Scott B. Lewis Association
Dr. and Mrs. Edward D. Mr. Sidney S. Hyman, Jr. Mr. Kevin M. McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. Rhyne Mr. and Mrs. Gordon F. Sutliff Taking a stake in Benedictine - Mr. William C. Daffron Jr. Mr. Benjamin G. Hanson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Locke Ms. Carol L. Obendorf
Gardner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Innes Mr. Michael A. McGranahan, FICF Richmond Chapter of Credit Unions Mr. Randolph A. Sutliff ($1.00 + ) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Dart, III Mrs. Doris P. Hanson Loehr Lightning Protection Co. Mr. Thomas S. O’Bryan
Mr. D. Matthew Gelletly CDR. Curtis M. Irby Mr. Jordan T. McGuire Mrs. Eunice Riley Mr. Charles L. Sweeney Jr. Paris Dedeian Mr. Stephen A. Hanson Ms. Suzanne F. Loehr Mr. and Mrs. Tim Oksman
Mr. Jerry T. McMurtrie Mr. W. Edward Riley, III Syngenta Crop Protection, Inc. Mr. Terry Bateman and Mr. Frank J. DeGaetani Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Harenchar Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Oley
Col. Ellis P. George Mr. and Mrs. E. Michael Jarrett Ms. Melissa Abell Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Lohr
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McNally, Sr. Mr. John P. Ripp Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Tangard Mr. Carmack W. Demonbreun Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Hargrove, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Long, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John D. O’Neill
Mr. Frederick B. McNeil Mr. and Mrs. Carlos M. Rivas Target Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ackerman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denman Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Hargrove, Jr.
Mr. Matthew K. McNeil Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey S. Roberson III The Metropolitan Business League Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Addison Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Deskin Ms. Lisa S. Harr
Mr. Ralph K. McNeil Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Roberts The Tri Club Woman’s Club Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Adelaar Mr. Christian H. Dibert Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. Harris, Jr.
30 BENEDICTINE FAMILY Mr. John J. Allen, Jr. HONOR ROLL 31
HONOR ROLL Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Skunda
Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Slaughter, Jr.
BE A BHS L ICENSE P LATE
Ms. Sheila T. Ott
Mrs. Mary Ann Slaughter
Mr. Emil Smigo Jr.
Smith Barney Citigroup
Mrs. Beth B. Smith
Cadet Athletic Booster Have you ever noticed all the JMU, UVA, U of R, Va. Tech and William and Mary license plates around Richmond?
Virtually every college or university in the state has such a plate.
A number of individuals have inquired over the past two years about a Benedictine plate. We have conducted some
Ms. Elizabeth Ouellette
Ms. Grace L. Smith
Mr. Matthew D. Smith
Your Family Booster Pass is the easiest way to research and have begun the process of making a BHS
Mr. Brandon T. Owens
Ms. Sandra W. Owings
Mr. Frank Soden see all Cadet athletic home events. license plate a reality. If we can get moving, we may well
The Honorable Joseph F. Spinella be the first high school in the state to have such a plate.
Ms. Chasa Park
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond C. Parrott
Mr. Nicholas A. Spinella Pass is good for all home games except
Dr. and Mrs. John M. Pellock
Mr. and Mrs. Chip Spitzer, III
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Spradlin, Jr.
tournaments & invitationals We will need to deliver to the DMV the names of 350
Ms. Robbie Lou Pendergraph Mr. and Mrs. Craig W. Stallard people who will purchase the plate. Once this occurs,
Ms. Linda Perna-O’Mara Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Starke Everyone in your family will receive a pass the Virginia legislature is asked to approve the applica-
Mr. William H. Perrin Mr. Harry T. Stebbing, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. A. Jackson Stewart Jr. This year we will have booster meetings tion. We have provided for your review a draft of what
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Piaoan
Pitney Bowes -Employee Giving Programs
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stewart & socials the plate may look like. We believe only the
Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Stiles Benedictine “B” will be shown, not the complete BHS
LTC. Gerald V. Poh
Mr. and Mrs. Sam S. Stollenwerck
Senator Walter A. Stosch
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP logo to the left of the numbers, and that the tower in the
Positive Vibe Cafe
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Powell
Mr. and Mrs. Layden L. Stroud, Jr.
Mr. William T. Stubbs
$125 background may not be approved.
Mr. Stephen C. Prugh Sun Trust Bank We had this created for our Spring Fling and there was
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Puccinelli, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Sundin Name ______________________________________________________________
Mr. Jerry L. Pugh quite a bit of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Sweeney
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Purcell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Szeker Mailing Address ____________________________________________________ Your application process is quite easy: We will then write one check to the DMV and wait
Mr. Kenneth C. Puryear Mr. and Mrs. Brian Szlachta
Ms. Lethia N. Quarles for the approval process. I think this will take a num-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Thalhimer ____________________________________________________________________
1. Visit the DMV website at www.dmvnow.com
Mr. Lane B. Ramsey Mr. Robert L. Thalhimer ber of months so please be patient.
Mr. Willis L. Rash, Jr. 2. Go to publications and forms
The Bank of Richmond
Stewart F. Reid
Retail Merchant Association of
The Hartford Insurance
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Thomas
____________________________________________ Zip ____________________ 3. Scroll down to VSA 10
4. Complete the application
Greater Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Stuart B. Thorpe Sr.
Richmond Metropolitan Authority/ Phone: ( _______ ) __________________________________________________ Additional instructions can be picked up at BHS main office if needed
Mr. Robert L. Thurman
Stadium Operat Mr. James L. Timberlake 5. Mail it to Benedictine with a check for $25 payable to BHS
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Riddle Mr. and Mrs. Jack Titus Email: _____________________________________________________________
Riverside Council of Co-Owners Dr. Michael A. Toler, Ph.D. We will receive a $10 benefit for each plate once 1,000 people have purchased the plate.
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Roberson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. Toomey
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Robinson Names of family members:__________________________________________
Mr. Ferdinand J. Tramontin
Mr. Linwood I. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Trent
Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Rollston Mr. Edward C. Trexler, Jr. ____________________________________________________________________
Ms. Betty Romano Mr. and Mrs. Dick Tucker
Mrs. Eileen Romano Mr. and Mrs. Brian Turnage ____________________________________________________________________
Mr. and Mrs. James Romano
Ms. Christine P. Root
Valley Boiler Inc. Send To:
G REAT G IFT I DEA O N S ALE
E J. Roper Mr. Bart Vaughan
Mr. Joseph Rossie Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Foundation W. Barry Gibrall, Director of Athletics As they have since 1911, Cadets stand in formation to honor our country.
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rupel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Wade, Jr. Benedictine High School
Mr. David R. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. John G. Wallace, II
S.B. Cox, Inc. Mr. Eugene H. Walter 304 N. Sheppard Street, Richmond, VA 23221 Chris Weir, BHS Class of 1976, created this spec-
Mr. John A. Sabatini Mr. and Mrs. Clayton L. Walton
Mr. Joseph A. Sabatini, II tacular rendering of our school. He has captured
Sam Ash Music Corporation
Mr. Charles W. Ward
Mr. Thomas E. Ward Thanks For Your Support! the Corps of Cadets with Father Adrian oversee-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Warren, Jr. ing “his boys” from the steps. Not much got past
Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Saunders II Mr. and Mrs. Maxcy P. Watson III
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Scanniello Ms. Sharon W. Wenger Father Donald as he notices a Cadet running to
Mr. and Mrs. William Schemel
Mr. Gary Schemmel
Mrs. Deborah D. Wengrovitz
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. White
Has your address changed? avoid being late. Coach Rutledge with ball in
Mr. Gerald H. Schepker III Mr. and Mrs. Horace P. Whitworth If you have moved, relocated, graduated, etc., please fill out the information
hand is anxious for practice to begin. And there
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schlageter Ms. Judith D. Wientzen below so you can keep fellow alumni and Benedictine informed. There is also
a space for Class Notes if you have any information you would like to provide.
Mr. Richard A. Schoepke Mr. Robert A. Wilkins are the “Gertie Girls” waiting for their brothers at
Mr. Matt J. Schon, III Mr. Gordon P. Williams, Sr. Esq. the end of the day.
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Schultheis Mr. Thomas L. Williams Name _____________________________________________________
Mr. Vincent P. Schultz Mr. Augustine T. Williamson
Mr. William C. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Williamson
Ms. Catherine Seib
Address ___________________________________________________ Limited edition signed prints can be purchased
Mr. and Mrs. David E. Williamson, Sr.
Mr. Eric S. Seidel Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Willis for $50. Chris has generiously commited to donate
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Seidenberg Willow Oaks- Clevedon Civic Association
Mr. R. Ray Sells, II 2008 a large percentage of the proceeds to the Annual
Mrs. Mary Anne C. Wood
Ms. Nancy B. Sensabaugh Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wortham Email: _____________________________________________________ Education Fund.
Mr. James A. K. Shaban Mr. Philip L. Wyatt, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Leon Shadowen, Jr. Ms. Patricia B. Younkins
Mr. Thomas J. Sheehy, Jr. Mr. Thomas G. Zincone Class Notes: _______________________________________________ This may be the perfect gift for someone special.
Ms. Linda G. Sheppe
Mr. Bryan Sheridan __________________________________________________________
Call Tom Lukish (342-1313) if y6ou would like to
Ms. Marcia Shields have one for yourself, a loved one or a friend.
Mrs. Rosemary B. Sinclair __________________________________________________________
Ms. Mary Jo Sisson-Vaughan and Mr. Bob
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Mark your calendars:
2nd - The “Rut” Classic Golf Tournament at The Dominion Club and
Hunting Hawk ($100 per player). Please call Tom Lukish at
342-1313 or Lynn Hargrove at 342-1311 if you would like to reserve
a spot for your foursome or sponsor a hole.
20th - The 14th annual Tommy Collins party
21st - Homecoming Football game against vs. Randolph Macon
27-30 - The 41st annual Benedictine Capital City Classic (BCCC)
28th - “The Gathering” reception immediately before the Cadets’ first
round BCCC game. Food, fun and fellowship!
31st - Last day to make a charitable gift for 2006 tax planning purposes
17th - The Benedictine Society welcomes all graduates from 1962 or earlier
for a special Mass and Luncheon.
TBA 2007 - The annual Benedictine Blast. More details will be sent later in
the school year. Please contact Lynn Hargrove (342-1311) if you
would like to assist with Benedictine’s one major fund raising
event of the year.
15th - Please plan on bringing your family and joining the Cadet
Help us to keep you informed. If you would like to receive
first alerts to important events, please send your e-mail address
community for the annual Spring Fling picnic at the Abbey. to email@example.com. Carla will update your
record, allowing us to notify you of important events on the
30th - Last day to make a gift to impact the current school year. Cadet calendar and information about BHS via our first of the
month e-mail newsletter.
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