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					            THE WAVE
FALL 2008         VOL.26 NO.1
                                                            Principal
                                       From the President /
                                   Dear Alumni, Parents and Friends,
 Interested in becoming
active in the Holy Name            It has been said that the best time of a school year
                                   is the very beginning. This is our 95th year and our
  Alumni Association?
                                   student body returns bright, energetic, and with a
                                   spirit and faith that lights up our school and brings
Just call us at 440.886.0300
                                   new life to our building. Our seniors are poised to
 ext. 148 and ask to be put
                                   perform, and while enjoying every minute of their
  on the active alumni list.
                                   final year, they are also preparing to join the over
                                   16,000 of you that are the Green Wave of Holy
We will notify you of future
                                   Name.
         meetings.
                                   Last year’s graduates, the class of 2008, have moved
 The Wave is published for         on to a new chapter, the vast majority pursuing a higher degree, at institutions
alumni, parents and friends        such as University of Chicago, Boston College, Case Western Reserve, Loyola of
            of:                    Chicago, Purdue, Marquette, Holy Cross, and John-Carroll, as well as The Ohio
                                   State University, Miami of Ohio, University of Dayton and many other fine col-
                                   leges and universities.
                                   Our present student body is off to a fine start. Visitors to Holy Name cannot
                                   help but be impressed with the young people that they meet in our halls.
                                   Our students are mature, resourceful, faith centered and service oriented. They
     Holy Name                     are respectful and supportive of their classmates and others. Holy Name is a nur-
                                   turing environment for these students, and consequently they have become fine
     High School                   representatives of what this school has always been.
  6000 Queens Highway
Parma Heights, OH 44130            The administration, faculty and staff are continually trying to expand and im-
 Telephone: 440.886.0300           prove programs and facilities for our students. We have partnered with Cuyahoga
  www.holynamehs.com               Community College to expand our Dual Enrollment program and added AP
                                   Chemistry and next year AP Biology. In this way, our students can earn college
    Benjamin B. Farmer             credits while at HN. We have renovated classrooms, completed major restroom
      President / Principal        renovations and installed interactive white boards in many more rooms as part of
                                   our technology campaign.
   William Hartman ‘67
    Director of Development        Our Athletic Booster Club has done a wonderful job providing uniforms and
       & Alumni Affairs            equipment for many of our teams, and our Music Boosters have funded a major
                                   makeover of our music room. If you are in the building, I encourage you to stop
   Eugene T. Krakowiak             by room 105 and see the improvements. I deeply thank our boosters for their
  Administrator of Institutional   support.
        Advancement
                                   We are off to a great start. If you are in the area, please stop by. We would love
                                   for you to see the school and meet our students.
                                   God Bless you,
                                   Sincerely,
                                   Benjamin Farmer
                                   President/Principal



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                                                           ge n                      e T. Krakowiak
                                        From the Desk of Eu

From the Desk of Mr. Eugene T. Krakowiak

Can you fall in love with your high school? Of course you can. However, there
is one major pre-condition to form this special relationship. The student must be
willing to step down to a secondary role; the student must be willing to put school
before self. Let’s pause for a moment and direct our focus on our school motto,
“The School’s the Thing”. It can be found on the back cover of this year’s student
handbook. In essence the motto says to us Holy Name students should always
further the honor and glory of our school; whatever we do has to be our very best
effort. It sets the example, the tone for others to follow.


While attending and greeting the parents at last week’s Meet the Faculty Night, I had the pleasure to meet
many parents who have sons or daughters in the present freshman and sophomore classes here at school.
Out of curiosity I asked them this question: How does your son or daughter like school? They answered
repeatedly, “They love it!” The word “love” should not be bantered around carelessly. It implies a serious
commitment. To answer the original question, I believe you can fall in love with your high school.


The school motto, “The School’s the Thing,” first appeared in the 1926 edition of the Holy Name
yearbook. My best research has discovered that credit for drafting the motto and setting the tone for
many years since is attributed to the Rev. “Doc” Scullen, who was at that time the pastor of Holy Name
Parish and President of Holy Name High School. It tells us that each of us is a part of something bigger
than ourselves. We are more than bricks and mortar. Our
school is a way of life. It is Christ centered, family oriented,
and caring, a place where students can grow in a Catholic,
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     Beneft Auction 2008
   BENEFIT AUCTION
           “ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK”
                   SET FOR NOVEMBER 15, 2008
     Beautiful Wagner’s Country Inn in Westlake, Ohio will be the site of Holy Name High School’s Annual Benefit Auction.
The much anticipated event will be on Saturday, November 15, 2008 from 6:00 P.M. until 11:00 P.M. The festivities will
be in both the Grand Ballroom and the adjoining South Ballroom of the facility.
     The evening will begin with cocktails and appetizers, followed by a plated sit-down dinner, delicious desserts, open elite
bar service for the entire evening, and both the live and silent auctions. Guests will have the opportunity to purchase tickets
on the ever popular Chinese Auction Baskets, the Wagon of Cheer, and on a special “Cleveland Weekend Package” worth
hundreds of dollars. Background dinner music will be provided by members of the Holy Name orchestra. Tickets for the
Auction will be $75.00 per person.
     We are appealing to our alumni, friends, parents, students and faculty to again support us by donating items for the
silent and live auctions and to consider attending the event. Those interested in donating a gift, please complete the
“Auction Submission Form” on page 6 of this issue of THE WAVE, and send it, along with your donation, to Holy Name
High School. If you have any questions regarding the auction, please call Bill Hartman in the Development Office at
440-886-0300, ext. 148. A list of gifts already donated is listed on page 5. We are fortunate to have had a beautiful new
grandfather clock valued at $4700 donated to the live auction by Norm ’77 & Sheila Coughlin ’79 Basch, owners of Basch’s
Moment in Time Store located on Lorain Road in North Olmsted.
     The Benefit Auction is the school’s largest fund-raiser of the year. It is a combination of all organizations, clubs, parents,
faculty, staff, students and friends, working together for one cause: Holy Name High School. What better way to support
the school than to donate an item and then have a great time at the auction with other members of the Holy Name family.
If you are interested in working on one of the many committees that plan this auction, please give Bill Hartman a call.
Please join us.




                                         GREEN WAVE RAFFLE
                                            WIN $10,000
    A special raffle, held in conjunction with Holy Name’s Annual Benefit Auction “Rock Around the Clock”, gives you the
opportunity to win an amazing $10,000 Grand Prize. Tickets are $100 each and only 200 tickets will be sold. You do not
have to be present at the auction to win this fabulous prize. Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Development Office
at 440-886-0300, ext. 148, or by calling one of the auction committee members.
    Does $100 a ticket sound too expensive? Many who have already purchased tickets have done so as a “group” or
“family” ticket, three or four people purchasing one ticket and splitting the prize if they win. What a great idea and we hope
many will follow this way of supporting Holy Name High School.
    Proceeds from this raffle and from the Benefit Auction on November 15 allow us to keep tuition as low as possible and
enables us to offer more financial aid to our students. Please keep in mind that our students are the primary beneficiaries of
your generosity. With you support we can make it happen!



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                                                     Beneft Auction 2008

          Auction 2008 - Gift List
                  As of September 2nd

Craig Biggio Autographed Baseball
                                           Pampered Chef Stoneware Crock & Items
Ichiro Suzuki Autographed Baseball
                                           Rotating Tie Rack
Lionel Train- Locomotive and Tender
                                           LL Bean Cotton Blanket Twin Size
Lead the St. Patrick’s Day Parade (Band)
                                           Bob Evans Basket (Bob Evans Items)
HNHS Parking Space
                                           4 Passes to Metroparks Zoo
ETK Golf Outing Package
                                           Giganti’s Italian Basket
“Name the Gymnasium”
                                           Cigar Box Purse
2009 Graduation Front Row Seats
                                           8 Piece Margarita Set
HNHS Lunch for a Year
                                           Hannah Montana Basket
Set of 8 Porcelain Christmas Plates
                                           Friday’s Restaurant Gift Certificates
Porcelain Plate – “Sirens”
                                           Gift Certificate for Haircut
Set of 6 Collectors Plates – Opera Stars
                                           5 Panera Gift Certificates
Collection of 3 DVD’s
                                           Massimo Da Milano Buffet Lunches (2)
Black “Prada” Handbag
                                           Lowe’s Gift Card ($50)
Framed Poster Art - “Grandma’s Bridge”
                                           Speedway Gift Card
Handmade Glass Vase & Flower Arrange.
                                           Christopher Roberts Bow Basket
Creative Memories Package
                                           Heartshaped Longaberger Basket
Set of 3 Glass Candle Holders w Candles
                                           Small Bread Basket with Checked Lining
Sugar & Spice Spa Package
                                           Bath Basket
Gingham Tote filled with Kids items
                                           Straw Bag with Lotions, Creams, gels,
Floral Ladies Package
                                           Game Basket – Dominoes, Poker Chips
Lilac Bowl filled with Brielles Candy
                                           Garden Pot with flower seeds, garden tools
Orange Spa Basket (Lotions, Spray, etc.)
                                           $40 Gift Card for Haircut & Style
Russ Bear Basket & Ladies Watch
                                           Fireside Basket with Wine, Throw & Book
Personal Fitness Training Package
                                           New Bancroft Grandfather Clock (Value of $4700)
Americana Basket & Patriotic Items
                                           Apple Valley Condo for one week (Value $1000)
Cat Theme Basket-Tray, Throw, Cat Toy
                                           2 Tickets – Browns vs. Houston
Car Wash Bucket and Cleaning Items
                                           Orlando Bakery Products


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           Beneft Auction 2008

                Auction Submissions
           Help Holy Name’s November Benefit Be A Success
            Holy Name High School 2008 Benefit Auction

    Thank you for your contribution! So that we can properly credit you and your business in the
    Auction program and establish an appropriate minimum bid for the item(s), please supply the
    information requested below.

    Merchant/Business Name
    Address
    City                                                                            State   Zip
    Phone                                     Contact Person
    Signature

    Brief description of the item(s) offered for auction




    Please list any restrictions, qualifications, limitations or disclaimers. . .




    Approximate retail value $
              Item(s) Available Today
              Item(s) Available for Pick-up on:

    So that you will have appropriate records for your taxes, an acknowledgment of your gift listing
    the suggested value will be sent to you in December.


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                                                     a k G o l f C l a s sic
                       13th Annual Eugene T. Krakowi
    A torrential downpour gave way to beautiful sunshine as the 152 golfers began to
arrive for the 13th Annual Eugene T. Krakowiak Golf Classic on July 9, 2008 at Mallard
Creek Golf Course.
    Alumni from the Classes of 1950 through 2008 joined with numerous faculty,
parents, and friends in raising $6100 for the Krakowiak Scholarship and other school
projects.
    After a delicious continental breakfast, golfers teed off for the shotgun scramble
promptly at 8:30 a.m. Golfers also enjoyed a delicious lunch, fabulous steak dinner,
and soft drinks, water and beer throughout the day. Each golfer was presented with
a specially monogrammed Holy Name stainless steel thermos with two travel mugs.
Door prizes, sideboards, hole prizes and being able to purchase tickets on eight main raffle prizes added to the excitement
of the day. In addition, prizes were given to the top four foursomes, and a skins game and two betting holes helped raise
additional funds for the school.
    A very special GREEN WAVE thanks to our Major Golf Sponsors. Great Lakes Storage (Pat ’71 and Kevin ’83 Gorbett)
and Gene Ptacek & Son Fire Equipment (Gene Ptacek ’81) were Lunch sponsors of the event, and the Breakfast Sponsor was
3PJ & Fairway Jack – Class of 1970 (Greg Walters ’70, Jeff Walters ’77, Rev. Neil Walters ’77).
    Each year two senior students who have met the criteria of the Krakowiak Scholarship are each awarded a $500
tuition grant. The recipients for the 2008-2009 school year are John Coughlin ’09 and Andrea Klonowski ’09. Our
congratulations to them.
    General committee members Bill Hartman ’67, Jim Joyce ’70, Joe Koelliker ’64, Jack Richardson ’79, and Tom Vaughn ’75 lead the
entire Holy Name Community in thanking the following for their generosity, financial support and volunteer help.

LUNCH SPONSOR                                     Sheriff Gerald McFaul ‘52                     VOLUNTEER WORKERS
Pat ’71 & Kevin ’83 Gorbett                       Tom Patton – State Rep.                       Mary Beth Krakowiak Burger ‘75
Gene Ptacek ‘81                                   Master Products – Greg Walters ‘70            Jim Joyce ‘70
                                                  Memory of Brian Neary ‘67                     Mark Krakowiak ‘75
BREAKFAST SPONSOR                                 Marty Powers ‘67                              Grace Alunni Patten ‘69
Greg ’70, Jeff ’77, & Rev. Neil ’77 Walters       Gene Ptacek & Sons (2) – Gene Ptacek ‘81      Nancy Neay
                                                  Quest Com – Tom Day III ‘02                   Rich Sacha
HOLE SPONSORS                                     Jack ’79 & Ann Richardson                     Tom Vaughn ‘75
Bay Pointe Technologies – Walt Wilson ‘61         Vic’s Floral – Drew Haney ‘65                 HN Student Volunteers
HNHS Athletic Boosters                            Neil Waxman
Mark Brown ‘75                                    Mayor Martin Zanotti – City of Parma Hts.     PROGRAM
Mark Burger ‘75                                                                                 Kathy Kisko – Development
Cassidy Web Creations                             DONATIONS/PRIZES                              Secretary
Class of 1968                                     HNHS Alumni Association
Corro-Tech Equipment (2)                          Kevin Kraft – Labatt Blue                     HOLE SIGNS
Cunningham Paving – Tim Cunningham ’72 (2)        Bill ’67 & Terry Hartman                      Mary Ann Hartman Ryan ‘66
Western Reserve Group – Kevin Day ‘78             Lakefront Lines
Mayor Dean DePiero ’86 – City of Parma            Mallard Creek Golf Course
Charlie Doherty ‘67                               Jim Scullin ‘75
Fortuna Funeral Home                              Joe Koelliker ‘64
J. Franck & Company - Joe Franck ‘73
Pat Gorbet ’71
Independence Excavating
The Joyce Brothers
Terry ’67 & Susan ’67 Kenneally
Eugene T. Krakowiak




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                                             o l f C l a s sic
           13th Annual Eugene T. Krakowiak G
   As it has now for 13 years, the Annual Eugene T. Krakowiak Golf Classic again presented a timely
opportunity for alumni, faculty, parents, and friends to come together to see old friends, share
stories, and enjoy a day of golf, food, fun, and refreshments.
   Grace Alunni Patten ’69 again conducted a random sampling of responses to the question: “Why
do you come to the ETK Golf Outing?”
       Here are the results:

    1994        “I Drove 400 miles (from DC) to be here. That’s how great it is.”
                                                             Mike Stibley

    2001        “All my friends are here.” Mike Bauman

    2001        “The opportunity to reconnect with Ms. Neay.” Jonathan Sypniewski

    1967        “Great Day! Golf, food and 152 Namers.” Al Gizzi

    1978        “I came back to support the school and for the good camaraderie.”
                                                               Joe Mannion

    2003        “Came back for Holy Name and Family.” Dan Lesniak

    1996        “Never had a bad day at the Holy Name golf outing.” Jeff Javorsky

    1977        “It’s great to see so many old faces.” Kevin Maloney

    1992        “This is a wonderful event, hosted by wonderful people, representing
                an extraordinary school.” Patrick Chun

    1995         “Good to see so many generations of Namers come together.”
                                                        Kevin Hartman

    1996        “I came back for Mr. K.” Rick Sacha

    1964        “Great day. Fantastic camaraderie. Wouldn’t miss it for the world.”
                                                            Joe Koelliker




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                                                                          Alumni Facts
                                                                       FUTURE NAMERS
ENGAGEMENTS:                                                   Kailey Mary to Kevin & Molly Stringer ’90 Snow
                                                           Katherine Marie to Bob & Erica Gressock ’91 Schuetter
Catherine Frantisak ’95 & Joseph Shively                     Milla Caroline to Brent & Anne Farrar ’92 Asproth
Matthew Miller ’98 & Erin Catlett                         Elizabeth Rose to Todd & Becky Kolezynski ’93 Eldredge
                                                             Jacob Charles to Aaron & Julie Senkar ’94 Cervenak
Lisa Sanuk ’98 & Matthew Hoffman
                                                                  Lydia Margaret to Scott ’94 & Claire Koons
William Anderson ’00 & Courtney Motz                    Chayson Matthew Eli to Stephane & Shelbrey Althoff ’95 Blanc
Stephanie Halinecz ’00 & Brian Wathey ‘01                        Clare Margaret to Kevin ’95 & Sheila Kohuth
                                                           Allison Audrey to Daren & Jennifer Mulloy ’95 Phillips
Kristen Newbrough ’00 & Ross Altenburger                      Lucy Ann to Christopher ’95 & Sandra Winkelman
Kimberly Gerstenberger ’01 and Walter Waetjen III             Thomas James to Tom & Lorie Miller ’96 Corrigan
Rebecca Hodous ’03 & Matt Zematauski                        Megan Charlotte to Brian & Sara Halicki ’96 Martin
                                                            Brandon David to David & Stacy Burlinghaus ’96 Beer
Rich Soeder ’05 & Erin Milano ‘05                          Julia Mary to David & Megan Sullivan ’00 Boscarello Jr.
                                                                 Jonathan Ford to Tom ’00 & Jordan Campbell



COLLEGE GRADUATES
 Dawn Lancaster ‘89             Coastal Carolina College             Associates        Mary Rita Quinn Cain             ‘36
 Corine Beskid Martikian ‘91    Pratt Institute                      Master’s          Edward V. Downey                 ‘37
 Scott Koons ‘94                Ohio University                      Master’s
                                                                                       Robert J. Ross                   ‘39
 Matthew Ketterick ’96          Case Western Reserve                 Master’s
 Matthew Hanher ’97             Ashland University                   Master’s          Virginia Cerino                  ‘48
 Thomas (T.J.) Kozub‘97         Ursuline College                     Bachelor’s        Gerard Wilhelm                   ‘48
 Susan Kornatowski ’01          Case Western Reserve School of Law   Juris Doctor
 Jim Kozlowski ’02              The Ohio State University            Bachelor’s        June Mahoney Marti               ‘51
 Tamara Horvath ’03             Evangel University                   Bachelor’s        Donald J. Anthony                ‘52
 Anne E. Shaffer ‘03            The Ohio State University            Associates        Richard Gernhard                 ‘66
 Kyle Hocking ’04               Columbia College – Chicago           Bachelor’s
 Patrick Nicholson ‘04          Mount Union College                  Bachelor’s        Shirley Chmielewski Kirschler    ‘66
 Stephanie Pierce’04            Case Western Reserve                 Bachelor’s        Lori Ann Decker                  ‘91
 Richard J. Smith ’04           The Ohio State University            Bachelor’s
                                                                                       George E. Wancata                ‘91
 Melissa Starcher’04            Kent State University                Bachelor’s



                   DEAN’S LIST                                              MARRIAGES
                                                                            Laura Koballa ’84 & Daniel Hudak
    Allie Boni ’05             Baldwin-Wallace College                      Dean DePiero ’86 & Kathleen Cochrane
    Mario Ciclone ‘05          Cleveland State University                   Peggy McLaughlin ’91 & Brian Joyce
    Emily Harris ’05
    Brian Malloy ’05
    Lauryn Fougerousse ’07
                               Bowling Green University
                               Cleveland State University
                               University of Dayton
                                                                            Keith Kwiatkowski ’94 & Lindsay Fox
                                                                            Elizabeth Germano ’96 & Steven Witalis
                                                                                           ~, .
                                                                            Barbara Coco ’97 & Brendan McTigue
                                                                            Holly Kwiatkowski ’00 & John Oster
    Susan Kornatowski ’01      Case Western Reserve School of Law
                                                                            Tamara Horvath ’03 & Mathew Fink

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           Alumni Facts

Holy Name Class of 2000 Boasts Three New Doctors
    On June 7, three members of the class of 2000 graduated
from The Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr.
Melanie Kozlowski Bortel and Dr. Nick James are interns at Akron
City Hospital while Dr. Lisa Mementowski is an intern at Fairview
Hospital. Melanie and Lisa plan to practice Family Medicine
when they complete their residencies. Nick is concentrating on
Internal Medicine.
    Through their undergraduate studies and four years of
medical school, the friendships they established, values that were
reinforced, and lessons they learned while at Holy Name served
them well. Melanie and Lisa were roommates all four years at
Miami and again all through their years at OUCOM. Nick attended John Carroll University for his undergrad and then
joined Melanie and Lisa to pursue training. The bonds they forged as Namers continue on to this day.
    They would all like to thank the dedicated teachers and staff at Holy Name for encouraging them to pursue their goals
and preparing them well to achieve them. Congratulations to Lisa, Melanie, and Nick!




Alumni Gather For Luncheon
    A group of Alumni meet regularly for lunch, and recently met
at the Public House to celebrate the “birth” (1945) of the Cleveland
Browns. The “guest speaker” at this luncheon was Owen J. McCafferty
’43, a practicing attorney for the last 61 years. Owen enlightened the
group with biographies of Mickey McBride, who was owner of the
Browns, and former coach Paul Brown, who today is being recognized
as one of the greatest coaches in pro football.
    At the close of the luncheon, McCafferty made a gift presentation
to the Alumni Archives of a prized photograph of President John
F. Kennedy with Holy Name Alumni Bill Chambers ’50 and Owen
McCafferty ’43. They had both chauffered the President through the
streets of Cleveland in 1959 before he was elected President.
    Alumni attending the event included Len Kestner ’49, Mary Lou Basel Hopkins ’49, Agnes Goebel Burke ’49, Bill Ginley,
’49, and Emmett Donelon ‘49.
    The group would like to thank the owners of the Public House and descendents of Holy Name Alumni: Kevin Kelly,
Therese Chambers Arth, and Mike Graven for their hospitality and rendition of “Your Breaking My Heart Because You’re
Leaving” and a “world famous” song – “All Hail Holy Name “, as we all know was written by Jack Hearns.




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                                                                                           Class Notes

‘41
Class of 1941: Stewart Herbison, who
lost his wife shortly after their 50th
                                            ‘84
                                            Class of 1984: Jim Nowak and
                                            wife Tammy Wild ’87 Nowak live in
                                                                                      his first year of the priesthood as the
                                                                                      assistant pastor of St. Leonard’s parish
wedding anniversary, would love to          Strongsville, Ohio where Jim is Senior    in Boston, Mass. He recently moved
hear from his classmates. He lives in       Hospital Specialist employed by Merck     to Baltimore, where he will continue
Euclid, Ohio.                               and Tammy is Tour Manager for             priestly ministry at a local parish while


‘50
                                            Nowak Travel Agency.                      working on his PhD at Johns Hopkins


                                            ‘85
Class of 1950: Eileen McGinty                                                         University.


                                                                                      ‘92
Hondlik and family of eight enjoyed         Class of 1985: Folio Magazine has
a wonderful Mediterranean Cruise            named Scott McCafferty, co-founder of     Class of 1992: Joy Meade enjoys living
in celebration of her 50th wedding          WTWH Media, to their 2008 Folio           in Cape Canaveral, Florida where she is
anniversary. Her sister Noreen McGinty      40 list, which recognizes forty of the    Project Manager for ASRC Aerospace
Kitko ’56 joined her on the cruise.         most influential members of the media     Corp.


‘62                                                                                   ‘95
                                            industry for 2008. Scott and his wife
Class of 1962: Tim Lucek lives in           Hanna live in Manhattan Beach,            Class of 1995: Jennifer Mulloy Phillips
Garfield Hts, Ohio and is employed in       California. Congratulations Scott!        and family have moved to Medina,


                                            ‘88
Sales for Bay-Pointe Technology.                                                      Ohio. Jennifer is a teacher for the


‘69
                                            Class of 1988:                            Akron Public Schools.


                                                                                      ‘96
Class of 1969: Martha Edinger
Capodiferro and husband, Andrew, own                                                  Class of 1996: Elizabeth Germano is
and operate a restaurant serving many                                                 currently working as a board-certified
delights. In addition, Martha sings                                                   music therapist at Lutheran Home at
both Friday and Saturday nights in the                                                Concord Reserves and Hospice of the
restaurant.                                                Michael Dunn has           Goof Shepherd in Westlake, Ohio.


‘71                                                                                   ‘97
                                            accepted a new job as Director of
Class of 1971: Marianne Krolikowski         Commerce Architecture at Capital One      Class of 1997: After graduating from
Lawson is in Special Security employed      in Virginia.                              Ursuline College Magna Cum Laude,


                                            ‘89
by the United States Air Force Central                                                Thomas (T.J.) Kozub is working at
command. She has been selected              Class of 1989: Dawn Lancaster has         Metro Health Center as a Critical Care
as the Air Force’s 2007 Intelligence,       completed 6 years in the United States    Nurse.


                                                                                      ‘98
Surveillance & Reconnaissance Civilian      Marine Corps with an Honorable
of the Year and is the Chief, Special       Discharge in December 2007 earning        Class of 1998: Amanda Karpus
Security Division, USAF, at Shaw AFB        a final rank of Sergeant. She served      Mooney and family live in Parma,
in South Carolina.                          a tour in Fallujah, Iraq as a Non         Ohio. Amanda is currently a school


‘73
                                            Commissioned Officer in Charge. She       psychologist for the Hudson City
Class of 1973: Mary Coyne Miskewicz         is currently living with her family in    Schools.


                                                                                      ‘99
and family live in Long Grove, Illinois,    Locust Grove, Virginia. Jim O’Malley
where she is an administrative assistant    and wife, Mary, live in Cleveland, Ohio   Class of 1999: Brian Andes, a lawyer
at Adlai E. Stevenson High School.          where Jim is a police sergeant for the    and Captain in the United States Army,


‘77
                                            City of Cleveland.                        is stationed in Leavenworth, Kansas.


                                            ‘91
Class of 1977: Cindy Szcepaniak                                                       Congratulations to Bryan Badar on
Krolikowski was selected as the Maple       Class of 1991: Joseph Mack and wife       his recent promotion to Director of
Heights City Schools Teacher of the Year.   Cindy live in Medina, Ohio where he       Residence Life at Walsh University.
She has been teaching special education     is a teacher employed by CMSD. They       Bryan lives in North Canton, Ohio.
at Maple Heights High School for 17         are the proud parents of two kids. Rev.
years. Congratulations Cindy!               Michael Simone, S.J. has completed


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                 Class Notes
                                                    at the 2008 Division III
                                                    Outdoor Track & Field
                                                                                     ‘06
                                                                                     Class of 2006: God speed and Good
                                                                                     Luck to Scott Harr on his current deploy-
                                                                                     ment to Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan
                                                    Championships. Melissa           with his unit, part of the 101st Airborne
                                                    Starcher is a RN and began       Division. He left in February, 2008
                                                    employment with the              and will return in July, 2009.
                                                    Cleveland Clinic in the
                                                    Surgical ICU. Stephanie
                                                    Pierce has accepted a one-year
                                                    research assistant position in
                                                                                     ‘08
                                                                                     Class of 2008: Stephanie Gurgol has
                                                                                     been awarded the 2008 Bishop Pilla
                                                                                     Peace and Justice Award. The award
                                                    the Psychology Department        is given annually through Catholic
                                                    at the University of             Schools for Peace and Justice, a
                                                    Washington. After the one-       collaborative network of Catholic High
Class of 2000: At the recent nuptials               year internship, Stephanie       Schools and Colleges in the Diocese
of Holly Kwiatkowski and John Oster,      plans to attend graduate school in         of Cleveland that Bishop Pilla helped
over 70 Namers were in attendance. In     pursuit of a PhD in Children’s Clinical    initiate.
addition, former teacher Ms. Sharon       Psychology.
DeVito came in from Florida to sing at
the wedding. Five HN Alumni were
members of the wedding party:                                    Class Reunions
Kevin Kwiatkowski ’92,


                                          ‘48                                        ‘68
Keith Kwiatkowski ’94, David McCarthy
’99, Erin Corrigan ’00, and Leah          Class of 1948: The Class of 1948           Class of 1968: Members of the Class
Mannion ’00.                              celebrated their 60th year reunion on      of ’68 will be celebrating their 40 year


‘02
                                          August 23rd at the St. Mary’s Banquet      reunion on Saturday, October 18 at
Class of 2002: Sarah Barbo, a 1st         Center. A social hour, Mass, and the       Hillside Party Center in Cuyahoga Hts.
Lieutenant with the U.S. Army, was        reading of the names of their deceased     Cost is $45 per person and includes
deployed for one year to Iraq. She is     classmates, followed by a delicious        dinner and open bar. There will also
currently a Medical Services Officer.     dinner and the reminiscing about the       be a Friday night social at Champs
Sarah would love to hear from her         good times at Harvard and Broadway,        Restaurant in Valley View. Please call
friends back home. Her e-mail address     ended a nostalgic evening.                 Paul Rybak at 216-524-2001, Tom
is sarah.barbo@gmail.com. Good
Luck and God Bless you Sarah. After
receiving his nursing degree, Jim
                                          ‘50
                                          Class of 1950: The Class of 1950
                                          will be celebrating their 58th year of
                                                                                     Weber at 216-789-4540 or Dan Telzrow
                                                                                     at 330-533-2629 for more information
                                                                                     or to make reservations.


                                                                                     ‘84
                                          graduation at a luncheon on Sunday,
Kozlowski has accepted a position as
                                          September 28, 2008 at the Holiday Inn      Class of 1984: Plans for a 25year
an R.N. in the Intensive Care Unit at
                                          Rockside in Independence, Ohio. For        reunion are now being discussed. All
The Ohio State University Hospital in
                                          more information call Eileen McGinty       interested in helping to plan the re-
Columbus, Ohio.
                                          Hondlik at 216-514-9748.                   union, please send an email to. hnre-

‘03
Class of 2003: Anne E. Shaffer will
be attending Midway College in the        ‘52
                                          Class of 1952: The Class of 1952 will
                                          celebrate their annual get-together on
                                                                                     union1984@yahoo.com. Please include
                                                                                     your name with the email.
fall to finish her Bachelor’s in Equine   Friday, October 3, 2008 at 12:30 p.m.
Nutrition.                                at Dimitri’s Restaurant on Snow Road in

‘04
                                          Midtown Shopping Center. For more
Class of 2004: Pat Nicholson earned       information please call Pat Downey at
All-American Honors in Discus             440-230-2680.


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                                                                                       Alumni Volleyball

Alumni Volleyball Tournament
    Due to the busy schedules of potential players and the normal hectic summer activities, the second annual alumni vol-
leyball tournament, which was scheduled for August 9, 2008, was canceled and rescheduled for Saturday, January 31, 2009
in the Cunningham Gymnasium. Volleyball coach Karen Carter, her coaches, and team will again organize the tournament.
Each team is required to have a minimum of six players and will again play a minimum of two matches using rally scoring.
Alumni can sign up as a team or as an individual. Teams will be created with individuals that sign up. This is open to both
female and male alums of all ages. Plans are to offer both a coed division and an all female division if enough participants
sign up.

        WHEN:              Saturday, January 31, 2009
        WHERE:             Holy Name High School Cunningham Gymnasium
        TIME:              9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
        COST:              $20 Per Player, includes t-shirt, snack and prizes

Sponsorship opportunities are again available. To sign up to play, please complete and mail in the form below by January
15, 2009. For more information, please call Karen Carter at (440) 886-0300 ext.123 or Bill Hartman at ext. 148. You may
also e-mail Bill at whartman@hn.schoolone.com or Karen at kcarter@hn.schoolone.com.

    ___ Yes, I want to be a part of the annual Holy Name Alumni Volleyball Tournament

    Name                                                                   Grad Year               T-Shirt Size
    Address
    Phone                                         E-Mail

    I AM SIGNING UP AS ____ An Individual ____ A Team
    (List player names/t-shirt sizes below)




    TOTAL ENCLOSED $ _____________ (Make checks payable to Holy Name High School)

    SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
    I (or my company) would like to sponsor the event:
    ______ Tournament Sponsorship $250 Includes Signage, full page program ad, Acknowledgement in THE WAVE
    ______ Concessions Sponsorship $100 Includes Signage, ½ page ad, THE WAVE Recognition
    ______ Program Sponsor                    $ 15 Includes Listing in Program

    I’m sorry I am unable to attend, please accept my contribution of $________

                            Mail to: HNHS Alumni, 6000 Queens Highway, Parma Hts., Ohio 44130


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            Technology

TECHNOLOGY CAMPAIGN UPDATE
    Holy Name’s Technology Campaign continues to “Take Giant Steps into the Future” as we proceed with the installation
of interactive whiteboards in each of the classrooms. Creating a wireless campus has already been completed. By doing this,
we have advanced the school to a new level, preparing our students for their futures with the best technological offerings
possible.
    We still have a way to go. Our goal of $150,000 can be obtained through the support and generosity of the Holy Name
High School community. Please consider making a contribution to our Technology Campaign. It will be a gift that will
make a tangible difference in the academic experience of our current and future students, the primary beneficiaries of your
generosity.
    On a larger scale of giving, five classrooms have been sponsored for $6000 each. These generous sponsors will have a
plaque prominently displayed at the entrance of their sponsored classroom, a beautiful and permanent recognition of their
generosity. Many classrooms are waiting to have a sponsor. If interested, please contact Bill Hartman at 440-886-0300 ext.
148 for more information.
    As always, we are grateful for the contributions we have received through the Technology Appeal, but we would
be remiss in not thanking our own students, who through their own athletic team or club mini-fundraising activities,
designated a portion of their proceeds in the amount of $3000 toward our goal.
    Our goal is in sight! Please help us to reach it. All Hail Holy Name!




                                               GOAL:
                                              $150,000

                                                                                 $140,000
                                                                               $120,000
                                                                             $100,000
                                                                          $80,000
                                                                       $60,000
                                                                     $40,000
                                                                  $20,000
                                                                $0
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                                                                                 Su p p o r t H o l y N a m e

Chapel Chairs:
    As we have mentioned in previous issues of the THE WAVE, 75 new chairs were bought last year as part of the
recent chapel renovations initiated by Fr. Krizner. We are continuing our appeal to you to purchase one of these
chairs. To date, 48 chairs have been purchased and plaques will soon be affixed to the back of these chairs honoring
or memorializing the supporters or their families. Please consider making a lasting donation of $225, which in-
cludes the cost of the chair and other chapel renovations. If you are unable to purchase a chair, but would still like
to make a donation to the chapel renovation fund, please send your donation to Holy Name High School to the
attention of the Development Office.


                            CHAPEL CHAIRS APPEAL
 I would like to help with chapel renovations by purchasing a chair.
 NAME                                                                                          HN Class of
 ADDRESS
 CITY                                                                              ST              ZIP
 PHONE NUMBER
 E-MAIL
 AMOUNT ENCLOSED
 PREFERRED LISTING ON ENGRAVED NAME PLATE
 (Suggestions: In Memory of • In Thanksgiving for • From the class of • In honor of Saint • From the Family of • A Gift of )
 Mail to: Holy Name Chapel Chairs • 6000 Queens Highway • Parma Heights, Ohio 44130



Support Holy Name
    People are always asking us how they can help Holy Name, and how they can get involved. There are numerous ways
to support Holy Name High School. From making a cash contribution to naming the school in your will, your generosity
helps to keep Holy Name as affordable as possible and serves to ensure its long-term future.
    Besides outright or planned gifts, other opportunities to support the school include the following:

        * Purchasing a calendar from a student during the month of September or call the school during the month of
          October to order one. In addition to acquiring an attractive and informational item, your calendar purchase
          entitles you to a chance, every weekday from October through June, to win a cash prize.

        * Shop at GFS Marketplace and mention Holy Name High School. A percentage of your purchase will be included
          in a rebate check sent to the school at the end of the year.

        * Donate items for the Benefit Auction on November 15, 2008. This is the school’s largest fundraiser event each
          year. Plan to attend as well. Call the Development Office at 440-886-0300 ext. 148 for more information on the
          Auction.


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            Support Holy Name
Holy Name Calendar Sales
    The Holy Name High School Calendar, which lists special school events
and the Fall, Winter, and Spring Sports schedules are being sold by students
throughout the month of September. Photos help these numerous events come
alive.
    In addition to acquiring an attractive and informational item, the purchase of
each calendar entitles you to a chance, every weekday from October through June,
to win a cash prize of $500 on Wednesdays and a $100 prize the other days of the
week. The daily winning ticket is returned to the drawing barrel. You may even
win more than once. Many people have!
    The cost of the Calendar is $30 each and phone orders may be placed by calling
the main office at 440-886-0300 ext.120 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00
p.m. on school days.
    What a better way to keep in touch with your Alma Mater than to purchase
one of these calendars and follow the activities of the school throughout the year.
Revenues realized from this student fund-raising effort will help to keep the cost of education at Holy Name within the reach
of the families and students we serve.



Santa’s on His Way...
     It’s hard to believe it, but Christmas is only a short three months away and the Holy Name Alumni Association is busy
making plans for the Annual Family Christmas Party. Everyone is invited, all alumni, students, parents and friends, on
Saturday, December 13, 2008, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the school cafeteria.
     Games and prizes for children of all ages will be available throughout the afternoon. A cornhole tournament for adults
and one for children will also be part of the afternoon festivities. Handmade puppets, raffles, face painting, arts and crafts,
and pictures with Santa will add to the excitement of the party.
     Donation of $5.00 per family is requested. This price includes admission, a soft drink and snack pack for each guest.
Additional refreshments can be purchased
at a nominal charge.
     Please join us as we celebrate this
joyous holiday season. For tickets please
send the ticket order form in this issue of
THE WAVE, along with your check, to
the HNHS Development/Alumni office,
or call 440-886-0300 ext. 148 to make
reservations or for more information.
Reservations are important, as we must
prepare for refreshments.
     Hope to see you and your family on
December 13th.

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                                                                       Student Corner

Congratulations Class of 2008
    To the strains of “Pomp and Circumstances”, 196 seniors marched into
St. Columbkille Church on May 23 to receive their diplomas and become the
91st graduating class of Holy Name High School.
    The day before, in a moving ceremony in the Cunningham Gymnasium,
the Class of 2008 joined with their parents, the student body, and the faculty
in the annual Senior Tribute to Mary and Baccalaureate Mass. The graduates’
academic achievements, leadership, citizenship, and service to the school
were recognized at a special Senior Awards Assembly on May 15th.
    The Class of 2008 proudly boasts of 77 members who together were
offered over $5,500,000 in academic and athletic scholarships. Students
earning scholarships are listed in this issue of The WAVE.
    Adding to the list of academic accomplishments is the fact that 19 seniors were members of the National Honor
Society. Medals for perfect attendance during the four years of high school were awarded to four graduates. Awards
for First Honors (3.6 or higher) during all four years were bestowed upon 37 graduates, and 66 graduating seniors were
recognized for achieving Second Honors. Megan Krakowiak earned the Phi Beta Kappa Award. The Class of ’08 also
has two National Merit Commended Scholars in Megan Krakowiak and Alexander Yates.
    Our congratulations to the members of the Class of 2008. We wish you a life of peace, love and happiness. May you
always treasure your four years at Holy Name and may your wonderful memories of Holy Name remain with you always.




Student Elect Class Officers                                  Class of 2010 (Juniors)

   The following students were elected Class                         President             Emma Vichill
Officers for the 2008-2009 school year.                              Vice-President        Katie Cerny
Congratulations and best of luck to them all.                        Secretary             Emily Viancourt
                                                                     Treasurer             Charlie Hayes
Class of 2009 (Seniors)                                       Class of 2011 (Sophomores)

       President             Alyssa Marynowski                        President             Rob Kvasne
       Vice-President        Kelly Hartnett                           Vice-President        Nina Amoroso
       Secretary             Brianna McTaggart                        Secretary             Teagan Bowie
       Treasurer             Emily Whitten                            Treasurer             Freddy Keppler

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          Student Corner

  Class of 2008 Scholarship Recipients
               Ryan Amato                 Garret Hodge                  Ryan Pischel
               Olivia Avsec               Joseph Hogan                  Stephanie Popil
               Bryce Bartch               Michael Holden                Lyndsey Prochko
               Scott Basalla              Megan Hruska                  Brett Reardon
               Adam Bilchik               Mark Hughart                  Danielle Roch
               Kaeleen Boden              Bret Juratovac                Anna Rose
               Nathaniel Braden           Steven Keller                 Kyle Sheridan
               Steven Congelli            Katie Kelley                  Jacob Simon
               Michael Coughlin           Jessica Keppler               Matthew Sloan
               Emily Day                  Danielle Kohler               Karlien Sluman
               Sarah Deininger            Megan Krakowiak               George Solich
               Rebecca Marie DeMattia     Lisa Kundmueller              Carter Stitt
               Nicholas Dileno            Lauryn Linstrom               Lesley Strohmenger
               Anthony Dosen              Kevin Malloy                  Edward Stutzman
               Elyse Marie Edelbauer      Katy Mansfield                Aaron Sulzer
               Stacy Marie Fabian         Melissa McBee                 Lauren Thome
               Nancy Rose Faulhaber       Marissa Mercurio              Carly Walsh
               Brian Focareto             Maren Mihovk                  Kellie Walters
               John Gerbasi               Matthew Molzan                Kyle Walters
               Leslie Godec               Justin Morway                 Megan Welsh
               Lauren Goebel              Nancy Newcomer                Rebecca Williams
               Daniel Green               Kevin Oblocki                 Theresa Wittig
               Stephanie Gurgol           Matthew Orehek                Karrie Yusz
               Sarah Hamski               Tara O’Toole                  Rebecca Zawalski
               Douglas Hayes              Mary Patka                    Joshua Zielinski
               Kristina Hlavaty           Alexandra Picone

Scholarships Awarded
    In August, seven additional scholarships were awarded to seven Holy Name students.
    Due to the success of the Alumni Golf Outing and the Alumni Basketball Tournament this past year,
the alumni association was able to award six Alumni Family Scholarships, instead of the customary two
scholarships. The Alumni Family Scholarships were awarded to Ryan Richardson ‘10, Allison Trouten
‘12, Tom McCarthy ‘09, Michael Mayer ‘12, Katie Cerney ‘10, and Gabriela Halligan-Taylor ‘10. Our
congratulations to these six students.
    In addition, the first ever Class of 1957 Scholarship was awarded to Jane Whitten ‘12. The scholarship
was started this past year through the generosity of members of the Class of 1957 under the direction of
Joseph Swyt ’57. Three members of the Class of ’57, Ray Amato, Clare Tomko Hall, and Lucille Prestigomo
Carter, were members of the selection committee. Our thanks to them, and to all their classmates, for
their support in making this scholarship possible.
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                                                                              Student Corner

“Dare You To Move” Inspires NHS Induction
        by Jackie Mitchell
    Thirty-five HN students were inducted into the National Honor Society on Wednesday, April 23. With “Dare You To
Move” as the theme, the ceremony took place in the Cunningham Gymnasium.
    Guest speaker for the ceremony was Ms. Deanna O’Donnell, a 1983 Holy Name graduate, now a judge in the Parma
Municipal Court. In 2007, she became the first woman to be named Chief Assistant Law Director for the city of Parma.
    Current senior NHS members proceeded with lighting the flame of knowledge and explaining the four cornerstones of
NHS: Scholarship, Character, Service and Leadership. Certificates were distributed to the senior members, and membership
cards to the inductees. The ceremony closed with the National Honor Society pledge and the singing of the Alma Mater.
Inductees were Alysa Arcangelini, Anna Baaklini, Valerie Cintula, Christopher Cmolik, John Coughlin, Patrick Coyne,
Allison D’Anniballe, Ellen Day, Anthony DiMarino, Gracie Ehrbar, Jennifer Emery, Julianne Felty, Kelly Hartnett,
Lindsay Hartwig, Alex Hradek, Maribeth Keppler, Andrea Klonowski, Sarah Krakowiak, Lisa Lanzo, Angela Latina, Alyssa
Marynowski, Sean McCafferty, Michelle Mooren, Ashley Notarianni, Christina Pochemsaniy, Jillian Rini, Kristina Rynties,
Hannah Shimko, Marisha Sullivan, Rachel Switalski, Kate Thomas, Patrick White, Emily Whitten, Dave Winnyk and
Michael Yurcak.

“Community Life” Promotes Unity
        by Maren Mihovk
     “Community Life” came to HN once again during April, and, once again, faculty and students agreed that it helped
bring unity and awareness of the needs of others.
     One of the activities for the week included a mix-it-up day at lunch, designed to get students to sit with different people
at a different table. The next day featured a cornhole competition during lunch and after school. Thursday included an all-
school Mass, and on Friday students enjoyed guest speakers with messages on various issues.
     Overall, “Community Life” benefited Holy Name by making us more aware of our roles as members of a community.


    Senior Joe Jenks, a member of Assumption Troop 810 has achieved the highest rank of Eagle Scout from the Boy Scouts
of America. Our congratulations to Joe on this great honor.


    Holy Name students participated in the Sisters of Notre Dame Summer Enrichment Program this past year. Moderators
for the HN students were Kevin Ontko ’91 and Sr. Paula. The service sites that the students worked at included Malachi
House, Malachi Center, North Coast Painting, Westside Catholic Center and the Cosgrove Center. The students did
a variety of jobs including painting and scraping houses, serving meals, working with poor children, cleaning, visiting
terminally ill patients, and feeding the homeless. Students that were a part of this program included: Allison D’Anniballe,
Maribeth Keppler, Sean McCafferty, Kevin McCall, Tom McCarthy, Becca Libassi, Sara Skoczen, and Samantha Wisniewski.
The HN community is proud of all of you.

     The class of 2008 left their legacy to Holy Name by donating a flag pole and a custom made Holy Name Flag that stands
in front of the Cunningham gymnasium. The flag, which displays our athletic emblem, reads “Home of the Green Wave” and
proudly welcomes all students, athletes, parents, and visitors to Holy Name. Thank you class of 2008 for your outstanding gift!

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                Spring Sports Journal

Boys Track                                                Girls Track
Mike Coughlin         Co-Captain                          Becky Williams     MVP
                      NCL All-League 1st Team                                Regional Qualifier in Discus
                      Top Point Winner                                       New Discus Record of 108 ft .5 inch
                      State Archie Griffin Award                             State Archie Griffin Award
                      2nd place at District Meet                             2nd place at District Meet

Kevin O’Malley        Co-Captain                          Leslie Godec       Namer Award
                      Namer Award
                      Second in Points Earned             Alicia Irizarry    Regional Qualifier in Discus

John Coughlin         3rd Place in District Finals        Danielle Roch      Sun Post 2nd Team
                      Qualified for the Regionals
                      2009 Team Co-Captain                Emily Day          Sun Post 2nd Team

James Meholic         2009 Team Co- Captain               Maribeth Keppler   Sun Post 2nd Team

Team                  34 members averaging 3rd quarter    Team               3-2 Dual Meets
                      GPA of 3.03
                      6 members over 4 point GPA




Fastpitch Softball
Meghan Rowley                MVP
                             Second Team All-Conference
                             Honorable Mention All-Northeast District

Stephanie Gurgol             Namer Award

Kaeleen Boden                Defensive Leader
                             Second Team All-Conference

Kayla Krucke                 Offensive Leader
                             First Team All-Conference

Jessica Calanni              Offensive Leader
                             First Team All-Conference

Team                         Record of 16-12 Played in the District Finals




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                                                                   Sp r i n g S p o r t s J o u r n a l

Baseball
Kurt Babin                       NCL Second Team

Bryce Bartch                     NCL MVP
                                 Mizuno All-State First Team
                                 NEOBC Senior All-Star Team
                                 Plain Dealer Player of the Week

Alex Gnezda                      NCL First Team

Danny Green                      BCGCA All-Star Team

Tom McCarthy                     NCL Honorable Mention

Andrew Nemecek                   NCL Second Team
                                 GCBCA All-Star Team
                                 NEOBC Senior All-Star Team

Michael Novosel                  Namer Award

Trevor Smith                     NCL First Team
                                 Walsh Jesuit Junior Invitational Showcase

Team                             Overall Record 12-10
                                 NCL Record 6-7
                                 District Champions
JV Team                          Record of 8-7



                                                                                        OOPS
Freshmen Team                    Record of 6-8



                                                                                       Department
    Letters to the Editor
           Dear Sir:
                                                                                  David Winnyk ’09 was
                                                                                  the recipient of the Karen
               I am writing you from Connecticut. I
                                                                                  Powers Scholarship, not John
           have two Holy Name yearbooks, one from
                                                                                  Winnyk as reported in the
           1953 and the other from 1956. They are both
           in good condition, no odors or damage. I am
                                                                                  Spring issue of the WAVE.
           asking $20 each, or both for $35 plus postage.                         John is his father.
           My e-mail address is EdwaRey@aol.com .
           Please contact me if interested. Thank you                             Our apologies to Nick Dileno
           and best wishes.                                                       ’09 for misspelling his name in
                                                                                  the Spring issue of The WAVE.
                                            Edward Reyan


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              Giving Back
Charitable Ways to Help Holy Name High School
Each of us, as alumni, parents and friends of Holy Name, shares the responsibility of ensuring the Green Wave tradition of
providing an excellent Catholic education for our youth continues for generations to come. Through your generosity, you
celebrate the past and invest in the future, while enjoying the profound joy that comes in giving! Here are some ways you can
donate to Holy Name High School:
Cash Gifts are the simplest form of giving        In-Kind Gifts are goods and/or services              Deferred or “Planned” Gifts may take a
and provide a current year tax savings.           that would normally be purchased but                 variety of forms:
Simply write a check to Holy Name                 have been given for free or at a greatly             Bequests offer an opportunity to make a
High School. For your convenience, we             reduced rate. These gifts provide a tax              substantial contribution to Holy Name
also accept credit cards and monthly or           deduction for the current year based on              without drawing on your current resources.
quarterly payments (new feature!). If             the donor’s stated value.                            Simply name Holy Name High School in
requested, reminders will be sent for the                                                              your will indicating a specific or residual
latter. Annual gifts from many of our             IRA’s. In August 2006, Congress approved             amount or a percentage of your estate.
benefactors greatly help to support the           legislation that allows individuals to donate
                                                                                                       Beneficiary Designations may name Holy
school’s operations and programs. See             assets held in an IRA to charity without
                                                                                                       Name High School as the beneficiary of
sidebar for a list of companies that match        penalty – provided they are at least 70½.
                                                                                                       a life insurance policy; a retirement, IRA
employees’ charitable contributions.              They can give up to $100,000 per year
                                                                                                       or Keogh account; or a savings account or
                                                  from the IRA. However, the money must
                                                                                                       Certificate of Deposit.
Gifts of Securities (stock, real estate           be transferred directly from the IRA to
or art) that have appreciated can save            the charitable organization. It cannot               Trusts and Annuities offer a means of
you from having to pay taxes on capital           pass through the donor’s hands. By doing             making a significant gift to the school
gains. You may also have an income tax            so, the IRA withdrawal is excluded from              while retaining a life income. Along
deduction for the current year.                   taxable income.                                      with generous federal tax benefits, there
                                                                                                       are corresponding restrictions. A private
                                                                                                       attorney or tax consultant should be
                                                                                                       consulted to determine the best plan.

      Please note that all gifts, no matter the size, are appreciated. For additional information about giving opportunities here
      at Holy Name High School, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at (440) 886-0300, ext. 148.


        COMPANIES OFFERING MATCHING GIFT PROGRAMS FOR THEIR EMPLOYEES
        Double the value of your gift to Holy Name High School by taking advantage of your company’s matching gift program!

   Aetna                                Fifth Third Bancorp                    J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.                OMNOVA Solutions, Inc.
   Allendale Insurance Foundation       FM Global Foundation                   KeyCorp                                Parker Hannifin Corp.
   American Express Co.                 Gannett Co., Inc.                      Lamson & Sessions Co.                  PPG Industries
   BP                                   General Re Corp.                       LandAmerica Financial Group, Inc.      Preformed Line Products Co.
   Brush Engineered Materials, Inc.     Geon Co. (PolyOne)                     Lubrizol Corp.                         Progressive Corporation
   Charles Schwab                       GlaxoSmithKline                        Mallinckrodt, Inc.                     Prudential Financial
   Chubb and Son, Inc.                  Goodrich Corp.                         March & McLennan Cos., Inc.            Saint-Gobain Corp. Foundation
   Cleveland-Cliffs, Inc.               W.W. Grainger, Inc..                   (MMC)                                  Sherwin-Williams Co.
   Compaq Computer Corp.                Greenleaf Enterprises, LLC             May Department Stores Co.              Sifco Industries, Inc.
   Computer Associates                  H&R Block, Inc.                        Merck & Co., Inc.                      St. Paul Companies
     International, Inc.                M.A. Hanna Co.                         Moen, Inc.                             Stanley Works
   Dominion                             Heller Financial, Inc.                 NACCO Industries, Inc.                 Tomkins Corporation Foundation
   Energizer                            Honeywell International                National City                          U.S. Bancorp
   Federated Department Stores, Inc.    Illinois Tool Works, Inc.              Nordson Corp.                          Verizon
   Fidelity Investments                 Ingersoll-Rand Company                 W.W. Norton & Co., Inc.                Wells Fargo & Co.


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                                                                    Save the Date
                                            oming events
 Mark your calendars for these important upc

                                October 4                      October 5
   October 3                                                                          October 18
                                Homecoming Game vs.
   Homecoming                                                  Homecoming             1st
                                Lake Catholic
   Mass & Rally                                                Dance                  Placement
                                                                                      Exam


                     October 26 November 1                             November 1-2             November 5-6
                           Fall 2nd                                            Fall            Parent/Teacher
                       Concert Placement                                    Drama                Conferences
                                Exam


        November 15            November 15                             December 13    December 14
   Annual Benefit Auction      3rd                                         Alumni     Christmas Concert
   at Wagners Country Inn      Placement                                    Family
                               Exam                                      Christmas
                                                                              Party




                For more information about any of the above events, please call (440) 886-0300 and
              contact Bill Hartman (x148). You can also e-mail Bill at whartman@hn.schoolone.com.




 We want to hear from our Alumni! Information Update Form                                    (Fall ‘08)


 You                                                                           HN Class of
           (first)               (maiden)             (last)
 Spouse                                                                        HN Class of
           (first)               (maiden)             (last)
 Address                                                              Phone

 City, State, Zip

 Email

 Occupation                                                     Employed by

 Spouse’s Occupation                                            Employed by

 News to share




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Igniting your spirit.
Inspiring your future.
Find your inspiration at
Holy Name High School.
Here, you’ll discover the opportunities and
encouragement that will help you unlock
your true potential, ignite your passion for
learning, and explore the unique individual
God has created in you.

For over 90 years, we’ve offered Cleveland’s
young men and women the comprehensive
college preparatory curriculum that can help
you truly ignite your future. Are you ready?
Join us.

For admission information, call
1-440-886-0300, ext. 100.


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     Parma Heights, Ohio 44130
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