St. John’s International School Alumni Magazine Issue 33, January 2004
of Liechtenstein, visits
St. John’s to formally
open the new facilities.
FROM THE DIRECTOR
Dreve Richelle 146
1410 Waterloo, Belgium
Tel. (02) 352-0610
Fax (02) 352-0620
Dear Alumni, Parents, and Friends:
After years of anxious waiting, St. John’s finally has permission from the Commune of
Dr. Joseph H. Doenges Waterloo to proceed with the construction of a Performing Arts Center (PAC). Acting
Director Mayor, Serge Van Overfelt, delivered the good news on September 5th when he made
the announcement during the grand opening ceremonies for the new science wing,
cafeteria, and sports arena. Immediately before Her Highness, Princess Margaretha of
Liechtenstein, cut the symbolic ribbon, the mayor spoke to the large crowd of 700
ASBL St. JOHN’S and dramatically announced that approval had been granted just that morning. The
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL F.C.J. mayor’s comments were greeted with an enthusiastic round of applause.
Sr. Ruth CASEY, FCJ With this green light, plans are proceeding to begin construction in December 2003.
In fact, as of the end of November, the area has been cleared of fences, shrubbery,
Dr Joseph DOENGES, Managing Director
trees, and other obstacles prior to actual groundbreaking. The next step will be
Mr. Alain FASTRE removal of the four houses that occupy the site, two on Champ du Roussart just
Sr. Barbara HUGHES, FCJ, Vice President west of the old cafeteria and two on Drève Richelle next to Delhaize.
Sr. Beatrice MOLYNEUX, FCJ
Sr. Patricia O’CONNELL, FCJ Where will the Performing Arts Center be located? It will attach to the High School-
Sr. Margaret QUIRKE, FCJ Middle School foyer with a walking bridge on its west side and to the old cafeteria on
Mr. Rizwan RAWJI, Secretary its east side.
Sr. Marie-Geneviève RENAUD, FCJ What will be included in the PAC? The focal point will be a 400-seat theatre and
Mr. Thomas SNYDER, President stage. There will also be classroom space for elementary and secondary music, a dance
Mr. Marian WALECKI, Treasurer studio, a video lab, a music lab, and two drama classrooms. The old cafeteria will be
an attachment that serves as costume shop, prop storage, and set preparation area.
St. JOHN’S INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Advisory Board to the ASBL When will the building be finished? The estimated construction time is 16 months,
2002-2003 which means that substantial completion could occur in April 2005. With the unpre-
dictability of the Belgian weather, a more realistic expectation is completion during the
Mrs. Branka COURT
summer of 2005 and full usage for the 2005-2006 School Year.
Dr. Joseph DOENGES, Director
Mrs. Torhild HAGEN, Ex-Officio PTA Representative What else is included? The PAC includes a 50-car underground parking garage,
Sr. Barbara HUGHES, FCJ connection of Drève Richelle and Champ du Roussart with a one-way road, and a bus
Mr. Marc MEZNAR loading area. There will also be significant landscaping to maximize the green space on
Mr. Rizwan RAWJI both Drève Richelle and Champ du Roussart.
Mr. Thomas SNYDER, Chairman These are exciting times at St. John’s. The performing arts have a long legacy of excel-
Mr. Marian WALECKI, Treasurer lence despite unsuitable facilities. Now there truly is a “light at the end of the tunnel,”
and we can look ahead to the day when drama, music, and dance performances take
ASSOCIATE TRUSTEES place in a state-of-the-art theatre with comfortable seating, excellent lighting, and
Br. Thomas GERROW FSC quality sound.
(President, St. John’s College, Washington, DC,
Representative of the Christian Brothers)
Mr. Jack J. DEVLIN Joseph H. Doenges
a.s.b.l. St. John’s International School F.C.J.
Class News 2-9
Former Families / Former Staff 10-11
Around the Campus 20-25
Alumni Update Form Back Cover
PLUS 40 Campaign
The new Performing Arts
Center, as it will appear on
the campus in 2005.
Princess Margaretha, a former SJ parent
herself, graciously agreed to be the guest
of honor at the Grand Opening.
See pages 12-14 for the full story. International Cultural Festival
Over two dozen nations celebrated their
PUBLISHED BY unique qualities at a fall festival.
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Editor: Jack Lyons
a visit to a famous site in Brussels.
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lass Ms. Cynthia Makush Becket
ews Ms. Margaret Echols-Jones Ms. Jocelyne Koepke
8828 Blue Ball 5 Angela Dr 416 Hinton Avenue South
Stewartstown, PA 17363 Foxboro, MA 02035 K1Y 1B3 Ottawa, Ontario
(717) 993-5432 (508) 698-0578 Canada
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In Fox Island, Washington, firstname.lastname@example.org
Erik Jensen continues to Bob Devlin was in Europe or
work with those who need his help as a this fall and managed to get to Brussels. Ms. Jenny Howson Willem
Guardian Ad Litem in Pierce County. Dirk Associate Joanie Brooks-Lindsay resides in 143 Lakewood Estates Dr
Roggeveen, who left in ’69, lives on an Napa, Calif.; she has studied at Stanford and New Orleans, LA 70131
island as well, at the other end of the US— the Monterey Institute. Jessica (Dölling) (504) 397-5195
Nantucket. Thanks for getting back in Gripberg, who left in ’71, recently got in From London comes word that Ellen Dyvik
touch. touch. She lives in Lidingö, Sweden. Henke is alive and well, offering financial
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org advice to all those who may need that
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org service (and can pay for it). Associate Dave
email@example.com Evans is living in Irving,TX. Tom Burke is
Ms. Kirsten Jensen Robinett also down there, in McKinney.
17012 150th Ave. East firstname.lastname@example.org
Orting, WA 98360 Ms. Cynthia Howson Weinmann
15 Englewood Pkwy
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Or (504) 835-4765
Mr. Joseph Picard
Mr. Xavier Varela Rosales firstname.lastname@example.org
44809 Saltz Rd
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From Nevada, Tim Green Canton, MI 48187-2982
Seabrook, TX 77586-0122
writes, saying he appreciates the enewsletter, (313) 844-7821
From the Lion. Thanks for the feedback. Associate Debbie (Ostrowski)
Evansville, Indiana is now the home of Sue email@example.com Setzke is a Flight Attendant
(Neergaard) Van der Werff.
for Elite Express, and lives in Beaver Dam,
Sue VdW.: firstname.lastname@example.org Wisconsin. Associate Nigel Griffiths and his
Mr. & Mrs. J. David Vance
2610 Harrison St
wife Anne visited the campus in mid-
Ms. Susan Miller McGlynn Evanston, IL 60201-1326 October, when they were hosted by Sister
1509 Brewster Gate Rd (630) 782-1021 Barbara Hughes, fcJ. Chris Hollingsworth is
Crownsville, MD 21032-2224 email@example.com in London, where he is a website manager
(410) 451-0630 for Mediatype Ltd. Associate Tim Jackson is
Toronto is now home for busy in Playa del Rey, Calif.
Associate Mary Von Lindern Yvonne (Veenendaal) Boa and her family—
has moved to Chardon, husband Sandy, along with Andrew, 11, and
Ohio. Allison Mitchell, who left in ’75, is a Lauren, 9. This, following stints in Puerto
Rico, Mexico City, and Dallas. Yvonne is firstname.lastname@example.org
nurse in Austin, TX, at St. David’s Medical
Center, where she works with Dr. Wishnew, still designing homes for a builder/developer email@example.com
whose wife, Sharon, used to teach at SJIS. in the US, while Sandy is CEO of
That wins the ‘small world’ award of the Citicapital, Canada. Associate Mark
quarter. Steve Rinker, who left in ’76, has Bannerman is on the coast at Halifax, Nova
re-established contact; he is in Ontario. Scotia. Jeffrey Williams calls Sarasota home.
Mary VL.: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Allison M.: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org Jeffrey W.: email@example.com Let us know what’s happening in your life!
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Ms. Marsha McMahon-Jones Ms. Barbara Davis
20519 NE 27th Pl 11567 Tawny Ash Ct
Sammamish, WA 98074-4351 St. Louis, MO 63146
(425) 836-0439 (314) 997-2076
Diego Rivadeneira has emerged in Chris Hazleton, his wife Krissy, and son
Budapest, Hungary, as a consultant, having Charlie have a new email address, down
earned a law degree. Nice to hear from him there in Ft. Lauderdale.
after a long period of silence. Associate Paul firstname.lastname@example.org
Neary lives with his family in Southlake, Lisa Pavlock and Ms. Mandy MacLeod in India. Lisa has
TX, where he is a Senior Account Rep with been an ESL teacher there for 3 years; Mandy was co-chair
3M. Also checking the ‘bottom line’ is Mr. Paul Lawyer of the accreditation team.
Bernard Le Duc in St. Lazare, Canada, 14252 214th Way NE
Woodinville, WA 98072 school principal at SJIS, was on the accredi-
where he is VP of Finance with Bell Canada.
(425) 558-9030 tation team visiting her school in Nov.
email@example.com In Arlington, VA, Peter firstname.lastname@example.org
Howson now serves as Information Systems email@example.com
Manager for Fahey/Davidson.
MAJ Ian Greene firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Louis Toth
46-111 Ipuka Pl 1100 Remington Rd.
Kaneohe, HI 96744 Wynnewood, PA 19096
Mrs. Amy Lyons Driscoll
(808) 234-5584 (610) 896-5890
6 Gailey Farm Ln
Kittery Point, ME 03905
In Houston, Stephanie (207) 439-2114
McCall, whom we’ve not heard from in a In Plymouth, Massa- calls Hartsdale, NY home; she is now work-
while, has been appointed as the Manager chusetts, Assoc. Rosemarie ing for PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Associate
of Compensation for Duke Energy Cummings Posy is an Elementary Teacher. Jody Salmon is in Thornbury, Australia.
International. Congratulations. She’d love to For those living near Eastbourne, UK, and Associate Nicole O'Connor is a Senior
hear from classmates and friends. Alma who have dogs needing grooming, Customs Officer in Australia, so if she gives
(Guiliano) Blair, who left SJIS in ’77 now Christopher Warry is the man for the job. you a hard time when you go down under,
calls Brooklyn, NY home. She’s been a tell her you are from St. John's. She has been
teacher but has taken this year off to help the doing that for 8 years, but is also studying
children (Patricia 11 and Anthony 9) adjust accounting, happily dating Jason, her
Mr. James ‘Gil’ Lyons
to city life, along with help from her boyfriend, and looking for a house in
769 Somerville St
husband, Tom. Class Rep Ian Greene, who Apt. 3 Sydney.
managed to visit his parents in Waterloo this Manchester, NH 03103 email@example.com
fall, has been extended for duty for another (603) 232-1058 firstname.lastname@example.org
year in Hawaii; tough break. He would like email@example.com
Nicole O: firstname.lastname@example.org
to hear from classmates and associates
regarding ideas for a 20th reunion. Dr. Berta Ho Suk Chung continues working on his
Alvarez-Miranda is in Madrid. PhD in Computer Science at the Univ. of Ms. Elizabeth Drent
Southern Calif. Jeff Vachon, a ‘lost lion’ email@example.com
until recently, works for the Canadian gov-
ernment in the realm of bank regulations. Jason Stanard, who left in
firstname.lastname@example.org He admits to living ‘in the boonies,’ and ’88, calls London home,
enjoying motorcycles, especially motorcross. where he lives with his wife
Nice to hear from him. Lisa Pavlock, who Ellen. Last word was that he was a
teaches at the American International Marketing Specialist with Egg.com. Heather
School in Chennai, India, was surprised to Jenkins has an interesting story to tell: “After
discover that Ms. Mandy MacLeod, middle building wigs for film and theatre, working
many long days and nights on film sets in
LA, I decided to change my career path!
From the film and theatre industry, I went
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on to pursue another Masters in Ms. Judy Schmitt Adams email@example.com
International Affairs, specifically Middle 187 Prince George St firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastern Studies. I attended the American Annapolis, MD 21401-1722
Univ. in Cairo in 2001 for intensive Arabic email@example.com
classes. I am in the process of finishing my firstname.lastname@example.org
Masters at American Univ. in DC. However,
I put my degree on hold to accept a position Not far from the school, in Ohain, resides
in the U.S. State Dept; can’t turn down a Gwen Sermon, who did a 13th year with us. Ms. Laura Wood
good job! I am now living in Oakton VA.” She is now a computer graphics expert, a 10 Liberty Avenue
Heather works in the Operations Center as a webmaster, and recalls most fondly her time SW19 2QR Colliers Wood
Watch Officer. Congratulations. Associate at SJIS. Associate Claire Telling still calls the London
Lara Palfreyman is in Oakland, Calif, armed Big Apple home, as she maps out strategy for United Kingdom
British Airways in these turbulent times. (44) 20 864-01798
with a Marketing degree from the Univ. of
Kimon Roufas has left Calif. (as has Milena email@example.com
Houston. Class Rep Liz Drent has completed
some law practice involving labor and Krasteva) for Cambridge, Massachusetts, Gonzalo Rueda, who left in ’92, now resides
administrative legal work, in Ottawa, and where he is enrolled at MIT, working on in Alcorcon, Spain. LT Alex Bergman, US
for six months will be in CapeTown, South an MBA, his third Master’s degree. Coast Guard, normally finds himself
Africa. There she’s working for a non- Congratulations. Sylvie Grégoire is at the inspecting large ocean-going cargo vessels
governmental organization specializing in World Bank in Washington, DC. Associate seeking entry into the Jacksonville, FL
human rights and constitutional law. Keep Rachel (Cooper) Gray was married in harbors. Lately though, he also has been
us posted. August and now resides in Glen Burnie, checking out grad schools, as a result of his
firstname.lastname@example.org MD. Congratulations. Rachel is a research acceptance into the Coast Guard’s Financial
email@example.com technician at Johns Hopkins. Elsa Management Post-Graduate Program. He
(Madrolle) Heitzig now has a Brussels finds the school and gets accepted; they pay
address. Sigrid Lovise Svingen has moved to the tuition. He’s also getting married next
Østerås Norway. May, so he’s been busy. Congratulations on
firstname.lastname@example.org all counts; keep us posted. Maria Regina
Mr. Richard Jensrud
email@example.com Tampieri and Agatha Degasperi ’93 got
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com together this fall in Atlanta, while the latter
firstname.lastname@example.org was in the states working for a while. It’s
Associate Matt Stanard, email@example.com
who was doing some
Elsa H.: firstname.lastname@example.org
research in Belgium, has
returned to Indiana Univ. at Bloomington to
complete his dissertation. Associate Gail
(Jelley) Field lives in Little Chalfont,
Amersham, UK. Associate Kelly (Sammons) Ms. Samantha Dennis
Stein, who left in ’86, lives in Bakersfield, Euchan Bridge Cottage
DG4 6LA Sanquhar,
CA; she can help you out if you need a loan.
Frederica Saltre let us know she is a lawyer, United Kingdom
but her location was not included in the email@example.com Agatha Degasperi & Maria Regina Tampieri send greetings
evidence. to their friends and alumni.
firstname.lastname@example.org In Montréal, Associate Mélanie Bergeron
email@example.com works for a firm called Relais Méthadone.
firstname.lastname@example.org Robert Travers is living in London. Frank
email@example.com Schmitt is in County Dublin, Ireland.
Associate Geoff Wilson has moved to
Gaithersburg, MD. Amy (Forest) Eastridge
lives in Smyrna, Georgia. Associate Gavin
Beaton is in Brussels; not far away in
Waterloo is Michèle Koman. Associate
Karen Ferries has settled in New York City.
Sandra & Matthew Foutz
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only the 2nd time they’ve been able to be Ms. Francesca Catarinella husband, Adam, on the birth last July of
reunited since graduation. Associate Sandra Via S. Ruffino 23 their son, Josiah Benjamin. The grand-
(Ovlinger) Foutz and her husband Matthew 10090 Trana parents, Rick and Patti, as well as aunts
were married in Brussels, and are now look- Italy Anna and Esther, were all there for the
(39) 011 935-5038
ing for a home in Scottsdale, AZ. Best happy occasion. Good luck also, to Assoc.
wishes. Isabel (Huwart) White wants to be Cristina Manfre, who has moved to London
certain everyone knows she and Greg have to attend the London School of Economics,
a high-speed, internet line now, so you having completed her undergraduate studies
can send them loads of pictures. Associate at Goucher College in Baltimore. She plans
Marie-Eve Bergeron is a Traveling on studying Development Management,
Counselor for Voyage Campus in Montréal. while living in an international villa with
Nina Roman is living in London, working other postgrad students. Associate Nick
for the World Cancer Research Fund. Amy Davis is also in London, working for a
Greene is also there, as is Kim Lloyd. market research company, involved with
Chiko Kundi, at far right, with two of his colleagues, being testing brand concepts and advertising ideas.
interviewed for a newspaper article. He’s enjoying it all. Karen White survived
Associate Jorge Camara is living in Brussels. the summer in Death Valley, Calif., working
Niklas Wijkander is in London, as is Ellen for a parks and resorts firm. Stay cool. Rahel
De Wachter. Associate Chris Pick lives in a Samuel Sultan dropped us a line, but it’s not
suburb of Dallas with his wife Christina; he clear where she is living. Laura Welsh has
manages the financial software for a company. become the General Manager of a firm
Chiko Kundi was in the news this summer, called Tsunami Leisure Ltd in Southampton,
being interviewed by a Flemish newspaper in UK. Sounds exciting. Viviane Seyrayani is
conjunction with his work as a project part of the Adjunct Faculty at Calif. State
manager for a company named Picanol, Univ. at Dominguez Hills. She has an MA in
located in Ieper, Belgium, where he now Social Psychology, working towards her
Amber Johnson Ferguson lives. PhD. Well done.
Jorge C.: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Andrea Johnson-Ferguson is in Brussels, firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com,uk
along with her lovely daughter Amber. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Suzanne Lindstrom was spotted in the firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Brussels airport this fall flying to Cairo, firstname.lastname@example.org Rahel S.: email@example.com
Egypt, wedding dress in hand, for her ‘big
day.’ She still works for P&G in Mechelen in
finances, but looks forward to the day when
Ms. Sarah G. Harding
she and her husband will be together in the
5804 Merton Ct #183
same city. Congratulations; don’t forget a Alexandria VA 22311
photo. Ms. Guilia Prenna
1024 North Stanley Ave Apt 6
West Hollywood, CA 90046
firstname.lastname@example.org (323) 822-9812
In London, a favorite hang-
out for many alumni it seems, Lana Novak
is following up her Bachelors degree in 3D
email@example.com Design with some graduate studies in
firstname.lastname@example.org Advertising. Good luck. Over in the West
email@example.com End, Hugo-Harold Harrison is starring in
firstname.lastname@example.org the musical Fame. Some SJIS students and
email@example.com staff were able to see him after a performance
this fall, getting autographs and photos.
Bethany and her husband Adam, with their son Josiah.
Good luck. Associate Farai Mtetwa offered
Let us know what’s happening in your life! Kudos to Sarah, the Class Rep, for providing some news. After leaving SJIS, she graduated
Don’t have access to a computer? some updates. Congratulations are in order from the American International School of
snail mail it
for Bethany (Ridings) Rosenfeld and her Johannesburg, South Africa. From there, she
see back cover
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attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Hotel; associate Chris Lavery is a supervisor
GA., earning a BS in Computer Science. She there, as he works on a degree in Hospitality
now works for Goldman Sachs in Management. David Straud may be found
Manhattan, NY, in the Currency & in San Antonio, Texas, where he is attending
Commodities Trading Systems. Congratu- the Univ. of TX to earn a Master’s degree in
lations. Associate Michelle Czirjak is in Hydro-geology. Alexander Kaun continues
Arlington, VA, working as a Consultant for as a teacher in Mozambique as part of the
American Management Systems. She earned Peace Corps.
dual degrees in Communications and London mini-reunion, L to R: Marie Lagerwall, Kate
Business IT. Well done. Jeff Headrick is Mahaffy, Nicky Stapells, Robert Laing '97, Dave De
living in Portland, Oregon. Associate Mara Visscher, & Pascale Berthier.
Gaulzetti is in Somerville, Massachusetts.
Junko Kanda is in Singapore on a 2-year
Management Training program with JP Design at Camberwell College of Arts. More
Morgan. Joanna Travers is in Rixensart, recently she became Editorial Assistant for
near Brussels. Chris de la Vallee Poussin the International Bibliography of the Social
stopped by the school to get some math Sciences, based at the London School of
tutoring from Ms. Heinen. Yes, that’s right, Economics and Political Science. She is still
a little refresher course before returning to very good friends with Isabelle Ulfsdotter,
Alexandra Kaun at her home.
the academic world. Starting in January, he who is, at the moment, doing an internship
is attending the Colorado School of Mines at Ogilvy in Paris and would love to hear firstname.lastname@example.org
from Nils Nordkvelle! David himself gradu-
in Boulder, to work on a Master’s degree in email@example.com
Business. Good luck. ated from UCL as an Architectural Engineer
Isabelle U.: firstname.lastname@example.org
and by now may have started work in
email@example.com Andrew T.: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brussels, with hopes of finding a job oppor-
email@example.com Stephen T.: firstname.lastname@example.org
tunity elsewhere. Andrew Thiermann is
email@example.com working part time for the American firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com Embassy in Paris, doing web design, but firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff H.: email@example.com takes time to come up once in a while to go firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com to concerts in Belgium with old Nikkie E.: firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com friends. Otherwise, he hangs out in central firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com Paris, enjoying the atmosphere. Andrew, firstname.lastname@example.org
David, Aaron Lasher ’01 and Stephen email@example.com
Thorpe managed to go together to the
Mr. Jonathan Saylors Pukkelpop music festival this summer.
655 W Irving Park Associate Suzanne Cotsakos resides in San
Apt 4104 Francisco. Also there is Eric Bergman, who
Chicago, IL 60613 is involved in a number of interesting proj-
ects. ID Magazine recently honored him for
a design he created while still in college. MOVING?
After graduation he started working for an
or If you have moved this fall, or
extreme sports company—Fox Racing—
Mr. David De Visscher
firstname.lastname@example.org designing protective gear and apparel. He completed university, please try
and some friends have also formed a design to remember to notify the
If you plan on visiting the village of collective in San Francisco called LIFT
Algarheim, Norway, be sure to say hello to (www.liftsite.com). He’s also found the time Alumni office of your change of
Assoc. Linda Bjellaas. Class Rep David D. to start a Surf apparel company called Slide address. Often the magazine is
sent some news along. After serving as a (www.slide4life.com) His partners are Alex sent to your old address, only to
Library Assistant at the National Art Library, ’94, his brother, and Mark Provost ’96A.
V&A, since graduating from UCL Congratulations. Down the coast in LA, be returned, at a considerable
(Université Catholique de Louvain) in 2002, Derek Inaba is a graduate student at the fee. Your timely notification of a
Marie Lagerwall started working for Univ. of Southern Cal, studying Aerospace new address would save us some
EMERGEANDSEE, the student short film Engineering. Associate Nikkie Edwards is
organization Robert Laing ’97 set up with a living in Overijse, Belgium. On your next money.
couple of friends while studying Graphic trip to London, check out the Royal Garden
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Mr. Zafiris Vartis Mr. Andrew Bouda email@example.com
Varnali 14 Jankova 4 firstname.lastname@example.org
59200 Naoussa 160 00 Prague
Greece Czech Republic
(30) 233 2052501 420-732-633657 Alessandra M.: email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly Cunningham and her sister, Mr. Ryan Sigouin
Tennille ’01, continue their studies in 1217-160 Chapel St
Doncaster, Australia. Kimberly is working K1N8P5 Ottawa Ontario
on a BA in Primary Education. Their par- Canada Ms. Sian Leech
(613) 562-0507 10 Westholme Gardens
ents, Christine and Mike, and brother David
email@example.com NE15 6QL Newcastle
‘04A have relocated to Dove Canyon, Calif. Upon Tyne
David is doing the full IB at Santa Margarita Paris Brimo has moved to Glebe, still in United Kingdom
Catholic HS. Congratulations. Caitlyn Australia. Dave Mills is working for FEDEX (44) 191 256-8420
Stewart, who left in ’95, is living in Eden in Chico, Calif. Stefan Lambert is in firstname.lastname@example.org
Prairie, MN, but has learned all about Romsey, UK. Associate Alessandra Manfre or
cinema-television production at the Univ. of Ms. Courtney Dwyer
has one more semester at Goucher College
So. Calif. Tomris Gungordu is in Durham, 947 Greenwood Ave
in Maryland, the last of the family to attend Ann Arbor, MI 48109
NC, at the Univ. of NC, having earned her that fine school. Associate Laura Lee is in email@example.com
BA in Communications. Class Rep Zafiris Chicago. Danica Meeuwis is now in
Vartis has completed with distinction an Grenoble, France, snowboarding and study-
Mphil in Management Studies from the ing, she assures us, as part of her year-abroad
Judge Institute of Management, Cambridge. with Sussex University, focusing on
During the summer he was an analyst in the Environmental Science/European Studies.
Investment Banking Division of Morgan Right. Andrew Bouda, Class Rep, stopped
Stanley, London. He has accepted an offer by the school in November to update us. He
from them, and will join the firm next took a gap year to work on a farm deep in
summer. He plans on doing a bit of travel the forest, living without the modern fea-
this year, probably to Australia and NZ, tures, like heat, that we take for granted. He
where he is looking forward to visiting with learned a lot about himself, ranching and
former friends and classmates. Congratu- horses. Andrew has returned to ‘civilization’;
lations. Rebecca Grant is a student teacher he is studying physics at Charles Univ. in Angela Rudolph and Meghan McMurray
in IB theatre in the Springfield, Missouri Prague, Czech Republic. stopped by the school in Nov. while on a
school district, having studied drama and break from their studies abroad at Cannes.
speech at Evangel Univ. there. David Boylan They attend the College of St. Benedict in St.
has earned a BSc Hons from Warwick in Joseph, MN.
International Business, and is living in
Woking, UK, where he keeps encountering Associate Joon-Pyo Park continues his
SJIS alumni. Georgina Catt is in Reading, studies at the London School of Economics.
UK; at last report she was working on a BA Class Rep Sian Leech is working hard at
in Art History and Architecture at the the Univ. of Northumbria, learning about
university there. Business and Computing. Martin
Kimberly C.: firstname.lastname@example.org Hindemark is enthusiastically on an
Cunninghams: email@example.com exchange program, studying totally in
Caitlyn S.: firstname.lastname@example.org French at the Ecole Central Paris. Jemima
email@example.com Hall is in Reading, UK, studying at Reed.
firstname.lastname@example.org Associate Stephen Daunheimer is in Mount
email@example.com Pleasant, Michigan. Associate Jonathan
firstname.lastname@example.org Deenik is in Waianae, Hawaii. Gemma
Gratton is at St. Andrew’s in Fife, Scotland.
Jenny Lindstrom returned to Gettysburg
College after a year in Brussels at Vesalius.
Nice update from Tine Aatangen. After
studying tourism in Oslo for a bit, she has
Home on the range. Andrew Bouda checks on a moved to Canada where she intends to study
new colt, with the mother watching closely.
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marketing at the Univ. of British Columbia. received a golf scholarship, so she is playing
Kristoffer, her boyfriend, along with about in tournaments and traveling, besides study-
10 other friends, are escorting her. Her ing. She was hoping to see Sita McInally at
parents have relocated to Paris, while her her vacation cottage in Michigan, and heard
brother Stig ’94 is working in Oslo. She that Phillip Petrie was not far away in Ohio.
would like to hear from friends. Erica Boyle is at the Univ. of TX in Austin;
email@example.com she saw Charlie Powell some months ago; he The class of '03 turns out for the Grand Opening in Sept. L
firstname.lastname@example.org is at SMU. Paavo Kotiaho also managed to to R: Ovidiu Olea, Malin Holmlund, Claire Watson, Chris
email@example.com stop by Cincinnati earlier as well. Disa Horn Warner, Cristiana Costas, & Sara Sundholm.
firstname.lastname@example.org af Aminne is studying at Boston Univ.
email@example.com Christian Karl is living in Germany, study- under, to the Univ. of Sydney. Associate
ing Culinary Skills in Switzerland at DCT Sanna Ahmad is studying Economics and
Jenny L.: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Hotel and Business Manage- Management at McGill Univ. in Montreal.
ment School. He stopped by SJIS this fall. Alex Day spent the semester at Warwick
email@example.com Univ.—no details. Likewise with Class Rep
Lindsay B.: firstname.lastname@example.org Chris Warner. From Helsinki comes word
Mr. Jason Touw email@example.com that Thomas Hutton is serving with the
Lynn University Marc T.: firstname.lastname@example.org Finnish Army and would like to stay in
3601 No. Military email@example.com touch with friends. Joseph Lebon sends
Boca Raton, FL 33431 greetings from the Univ. of Richmond. Yuki
Morita has returned to Tokyo to attend the
firstname.lastname@example.org Paavo K.: email@example.com
International Christian Univ. Kristen Floyd
arrived at the Univ. of San Diego with her
Ms. Antonia Strom Christian K.: firstname.lastname@example.org SJIS transcript, indicating some good work
or on IB and AP courses. In turn, these credits
Ms. Bianca Hutton propelled her into her sophomore year. Not
10 Campbell Dr Ms. Claire Anderson-Wheeler only that, she can anticipate a year abroad in
Norse Hall 1304 email@example.com Europe as a junior.
Highland Heights KY 41076 or
firstname.lastname@example.org Ms. Gretchen Kissel
Tyler, TX 75703 Megan D.: email@example.com
At Indiana Univ. in Bloomington, Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Aylward is forecasting that he will major in or firstname.lastname@example.org
Atmospheric Science. Associate Lindsay Mr. Christopher Warner email@example.com
Botticello has settled in Washington, DC, firstname.lastname@example.org
where she is studying Business at American email@example.com
Ms. Claire Watson
Univ. Not far away, Laura Wagner, at the firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Univ. of Virginia, has been accepted into the firstname.lastname@example.org
Curry School of Education’s five-year From the starting blocks on the track at
Thomas H.: email@example.com
BA/MA program. She is majoring in Boston Univ., Nadia de Boissezon, watched
American Studies. Marc Topalian is in the Red Sox lose and the Patriots win, this
Ottawa, Canada. Geoffrey Mugliston is fall. Not far away at Simmons College, firstname.lastname@example.org
studying Commerce at the Univ. of Sydney. Megan Damour is a pre-med student. Nick Kristen F: email@example.com
Class Rep Bianca Hutton is at Northern Wheelhouse, who left in ’95, lives in
Kentucky Univ., near Cincinnati, having Nottingham, UK, and is working for a year
before starting university. Erika Kuehnel is Send info to
finding herself at the Univ. of Stirling, in the firstname.lastname@example.org
UK, majoring in Psychology and Spanish. Annica Weissenfelt is
Gretchen Kissel is studying at Vanderbilt following her IB studies at
Univ.; her parents have settled in Tyler, TX. Oulu, Finland.
Associate Sonal Bajaj is studying medicine at Annica01@hotmail.com
Grant Medical College in Mumbai, India;
she hopes to become a doctor within six
years. Associate Jennifer Grant has entered
L to R: Angela Cobb '03A, Alex de Boissezon, Louise Cobb Pre-Nursing studies at Evangel Univ. in
'00, Katrina Cobb '99, Geoff Mugliston, & Sally Cobb '99. Missouri. Linda Westberg went down
8 The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004
Send info to
Nick Matson now lives in this just in…
email@example.com Former staffer Dave Schaefer goes from
success to success in Myanmar (Burma).
You may recall he started an elementary
school in ’98, the Yangon International
Send info to
Educare Centre. They’ve started to add a
firstname.lastname@example.org Zafiris Vartis, at right, at his graduation from Cambridge
high school, and have almost 700
Kristin De Palma is in students, with the IGCSE in place and with a MPhil. Dimitris '97, his brother, no stranger to that
Ashburn, VA and would APs expected next year. The first graduat- school, lends his support and congratulations.
love to hear from former ing class is anticipated in 2005-2006,
classmates. when Dave expects to retire to his swim-
and Courtney intend to catch up with
Krissiet123@aol.com ming pool in Thailand. Before that,
Nick Alexander during the New Year.
though, he has to have another building
Congratulations and thanks for the
constructed on the campus. Dave plans
on visiting Chicago and Minneapolis/St.
A ST. JOHN’S Paul in June and would love to see some email@example.com
former students. Anyone who would like
to set something up, please contact him at: 1995
firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com. Tom Devlin, assoc of '95, is alive and well
in NYC. He had dropped off the radar
2003 screen for a while.
Claire-Anderson Wheeler, Class Rep, has
settled into Trinity College Dublin.
John Leahan, assoc. of ’85, is now resid-
2000 ing in Los Angeles.
Elementary students in art class sketching the human Oscar Sundholm is studying for a year-
abroad in New York City at NYU (the
form in motion. It helps to have a model. 1990
Stern School of Business). Hard to
imagine Oscar at a ‘stern’ school, especially Natacha Debetencourt Pauwels and her
in the middle of Manhattan. He says his husband Christopher are thrilled to
focus is International Business Admini- announce that Kathleen Pauwels joined
stration and that he is ‘loving it,’ as they their family on August 9, 2003 and is a
say at McDonald’s these days. He’ll return sheer joy to her grandmother, Judith
to UMIST in Manchester, UK next year. Hoskins (teacher and administrator at St.
Important meetings have occurred with John’s). Kathleen’s godmother is Chantal
classmates Ana Kauffmann, Matt Blaas (class of 1990).
Czirjak, and associate Dan Teece. He also
saw a former teacher, Chris Mahoney. He
From the Lion.
A monthly enewsletter—between issues of The Lion’s Pride—goes
out to those alumni for whom we have an email address. If you are
not receiving it, go to our website at www.stjohns.be and then to the Kathleen Pauwels is being well cared for.
Alumni section and let us know your latest info. Or send me an
address and any other news at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004 9
AustraliaYvette Taylor, & Julian have USA
settled in Longueville.
Jeffrey & Jacqueline Salvatore, with Patrick & Beth McLaughlin, with Meghan
Belgium Katherine and Natalie, have moved to
and Caroline, are heading for Kennett
Manfred and Annemarie Schmitt, parents of
Judy ’92 & Frank ’93, are leaving Waterloo
for Munich. Florida Rhode Island
Jorge & Florence Marroig-Tagle head for The McGonigle family managed to visit the
Palm Beach this time of year; otherwise, they campus in Waterloo in October, and were
Canada are in NYC or traveling. Their most recent
foray was into Europe. Last year they and
shown around by Mary McGowan, a staff
member. Joanna, a former student, was living
Harn & Helen Yawnghwe now call Pointe
Claire, Quebec, home. their son George ’87 had a chance to visit Las in Providence.
Vegas, where they reminisced with Tammi joanna_McGonigle@hotmail.com
Gordon & Donna Doeler, who left SJIS 10
Furce ’89A, who is the Chief Concierge at
years ago, have settled in Midhurst, Ontario.
the Hotel Bellagio, and her husband. Gaby Tennessee
’84, their daughter, is in Boston working for The Burgin family—Steve, Rachel, Walker,
Claude & Danielle Bergeron are in Towers Perrin, but she and her husband Daniel, Laura, & Mark—are in Brentwood.
Drummondville, Quebec. James managed to get to Tuscany for holiday email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org this summer. Not immune to travel, George
explored Buenos Aires last August. Thanks Texas
Finland for the update and staying in touch.
Craig & Teresa Kissel have relocated to Tyler.
The Kohosalmi family—Jukka, Tina, Jutta,
Nicole Goossens now calls Grand Prairie
& Tuomas—can be found in Kouvola. Missouri home.
email@example.com David and Beth Grant, who were at SJIS
from ’92-’99, would love to hear from old
Germany friends; they live in Springfield.
Andrew & Carina Alejandre, who left Let us know what’s happening in your life!
Waterloo in ’97, have returned to Europe for North Carolina
an assignment in Munich.
Fred & Margriet Charlton are enjoying
Arden, and the chance to travel around the www.stjohns.be
US. He works for a Lutheran Church as
UnitedChristie Creswell have settled in office manager for a nursing home. She is
president of the Asheville French Club and is
Woking, Surrey. involved in fundraising for the symphony
10 The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004
F O R M E R S TA F F
Mrs. Mina Elly and Sheldon Rabin now call Aurora, degree in psychology at New Mexico
O’Brien, former Illinois home. University. Her husband, David Glass, is
teacher of St. John’s Erabin1313@aol.com completing his training in the Air Force
pre-school, died Special Forces. Shelly is in the Air Force
suddenly at her Dr. John and Joanne Lepetit have moved ROTC and will graduate as a first
home in Nivelles from Colorado to La Crosse, Wisconsin lieutenant. The Lepetits are planning to be
14 August 2003. where John has assumed the position as in Waterloo for Nicki’s 10-year reunion next
We offer our President of the Coulee Catholic Schools. year.
Mina O'Brien (RIP) sympathies to Mr. Joanne is teaching and serving as the Grant firstname.lastname@example.org
Terry O’Brien and to Facilitator for the system, which consists of
the children Colin, Chantal & Michelle, also 8 schools and 1700 students. John is the Sandy and Joe Zak have a new email
a former student of St. John’s. Mina joined former middle school principal at St. John’s address:
the staff in the fall of 1985 and worked at the and also served as a staff developer from email@example.com
school until the summer of 2001. 1994 - 96. Nicki, ’94 graduated from the
University of Northern Colorado in drama Chris Mahoney is middle school principal
Austria and is presently doing graduate work at
Colorado State University. Shelly, who
at Buckley Country Day School in Great
Neck, NY. He put on his ‘traveling shoes’
Clair and Rainer Ullmann were in Brussels attended St. John’s for two years, was this fall and was able to visit Brussels.
this fall, mixing a bit of business with married this past May and is completing her firstname.lastname@example.org
pleasure. They now reside in Muehlbach am
The Poisonwood Bible Conference
The best-selling novel by Barbara Kingsolver was the focus of a half-day, stimulating
program in the high school this fall, coordinated by IB English teacher Mr. Richard
Savage. It brought together students, staff, and parents to share a variety of ideas and
perspectives on the work. An ‘African chorus’ started things off; individual students
presented background and commented on topics such as Cultural Imperialism,
Metaphysics, and Order and Movement, followed by a panel discussion. There were
dramatic monologues and character analyses. Dr. Blok, philosophy teacher, and her
husband, who had been a missionary, offered some comments, as did Dr. Tengan, a high
school religion teacher originally from Ghana. Mr. Baines, a high school science teacher,
provided a Christian perspective. Mr. Jonathan Jones, a high school English teacher, drew
Mr. Richard Savage welcomes participants to the some literary connections. Ms. Victoire D’Agostino later in the day addressed the
Poisonwood Bible conference 13 Nov on C-level. economic legacy. The conference concluded with a lunch organized by the National
Honor Society in aid of Chilonga M.B. School in Zambia. For those who participated,
or were fortunate to be in the audience, it was regarded as one of the most thought-
provoking and enlightening experiences of the year. Congratulations to all who were
The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004 11
On a lovely Friday evening, Her where the science labs used to be. That area
now has new student lockers, a design and
Royal Highness the Princess technology lab and workshop, and all new
Margaretha of Liechtenstein cut classrooms.
the ribbon to the latest addition The day began with the first mass in the new
to our campus. chapel, which was celebrated by Rev. George
Dyer, Pastor of Our Lady of Mercy Parish,
Numerous other dignitaries and guests were and Rev. Lingueneza, the ‘doyen’ of
present, along with almost 700 parents, Waterloo. Following the mass, the priests
students, alumni, board members, and and some members of staff walked through
friends of the school. all of the new facilities, during which time
the priests blessed each room and area.
It was one of those special moments in the
history of the school, particularly savored by Takenaka, the firm that built the new
Dr. Doenges and Sister Barbara Hughes, fcJ, facilities, will also construct the Performing
current Director and former Superintendent Arts Center, which was approved and
respectively. Both have worked tirelessly for announced, in dramatic fashion, that
this day, and their reward is in knowing that evening also. See the section following for
students and families will be able to enjoy more details.
and to use the facilities for many years
ahead. St. John’s is grateful to all those who have
generously contributed to these efforts and
Volvo sponsored the champagne, which urges the continued support of the parent,
guests could sip while strolling through the alumni, corporate, and diplomatic commu-
spacious cafeteria, modern science wing, nity. If you have not taken the time to make Princess Margaretha of Liechtenstein cutting the
foyer and sports arena, fitness center, and a contribution, please consider doing so. ribbon and formally opening the new facilities.
chapel. Not included on the tour, but also Inscription forms and an envelope are in this
renovated was D-level of the high school, issue, for your convenience.
The architectural team of Takenaka checks out their
creation at the opening.
Dr. Doenges greets the princess upon her arrival; Deputy Mayor Serge Von Overtveldt and the Director's
secretary, Nadine Tyteca look on.
Pledgers: please take note.
For those who pledged a certain amount to the Plus 40
Campaign last Nov or Dec, your next donation is now due.
For a tax deductible gift, please send your check or make
12 The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004 your on-line donation prior to 31 Dec. And thanks for your
thoughtfulness and support.
Part of the crowd of 700 waiting for the formal opening of the new facilities.
The Princess with the Deputy Mayor, and Madame Férier, Echevine de l’Etat Civil, and
Yves Vander Cruysen, the Echevin de la Culture et du Tourisme.
Gabor Krikovszky '98 at far right, & Ian Johnson-Ferguson '96 center,
visited with the alumni director during the opening.
Guests mingling in the new cafeteria. Lab technician Elaine Francke, happy with
her new preparation room in the science
wing. The room was provided through the
generosity of the Mohamed Taki Rawji
Parents visiting the new computer lab in the high school science wing.
The lab was provided through the generosity of Allia Insurance
Brokers, Mr. Joseph Lebon, Managing Director.
D-level of the high school, formerly the location
of the science labs & a few classrooms, was
renovated this summer.
Students using the new cafeteria (formerly the
A student confers with Mr. Van Heyningen in one of the new biology
Part of the new Design & Technology Lab on The new trophy case in the foyer of the sports labs.
D-level of the high school. arena.
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Savoring the moment are L to R: Nadine Tyteca, Sr. Barbara Hughes, fcJ; Princess Margaretha;
Mr. Tom Snyder; Mr. Serge Van Overtveldt; Sr. Beatrice Molyneux, fcJ; & Dr. Joe Doenges.
New sports arena, with seating for 800.
The new weight room provides more space and modern equipment for stu-
dents and staff to use.
Fr. George Dyer of our Lady of Mercy Parish celebrates the opening mass
in the new chapel.
School Calendar, 2004-2005
Aug 19 and 20 Orientation of new teachers
Aug 23, 24, 25 In Service for all staff
Aug 26 First day of classes
A view of the chapel from the rear. It is located on the site of the stage in
the former, small gym.
Nov 1 to 5 Fall Break
Nov 11 Armistice Day Holiday
Dec 23 to Jan 7 Christmas Holidays
Feb 14 to 18 Winter Break
Mar 25 to April 8 Easter Holidays
May 5 and 6 Ascension Holidays
May 16 Pentecost Holiday
June 23 and 24 In Service for all staff
Father Dyer and Father Lingueneza celebrating the first mass in the new
14 The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004
PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
erforming rts enter
After years of disappointing the various venues into magical settings for
that moment, for that performance. We are
delays and several redesigns, and indebted to everyone who helped to create
following a change of architects, this legacy of excellence, despite the
challenges. Thanks to your selflessness and
the plans for the PAC that were dedication, a tradition was established that
submitted to the Waterloo com- is being honored; we can now look forward
mune authorities were finally to a first rate facility for our shows.
• 400-seat theatre and stage
The dramatic announcement occurred on 5
September at the Grand Opening of Phase I
• Music and Drama classrooms
of the Building Program, just prior to the Deputy Mayor Serge Von Overtveldt announcing the
• Dance Studio
ceremonial ribbon-cutting. The Deputy approval of the PAC construction and presenting the letter
• Video Laboratory
Mayor, Serge Van Overtveldt, spoke to the to Dr. Doenges.
• Scene Storage
crowd of 700, proclaiming that the commu-
• Scene Workshop
nal administration had endorsed the plans
• Costume Shop
that morning. His comments were greeted
• Make-up Room
with an enthusiastic round of applause.
Site preparation work and groundbreaking • Underground Car Park for 50 vehicles.
were expected to take place in early • Drive-through lane for school buses,
December. Estimated construction time is with drop-off /loading area.
16 months, suggesting an April 2005 • Elevatedpedestrian bridge, connecting
completion. Given the possible weather the PAC with the main building via the The front entrance of the PAC.
delays, the school anticipates final work to middle school foyer.
occur that summer, with an opening for
the 2005-2006 school year. Those staff,
students, and parents—past and present—
who have been or are involved with the
performing arts program at St. John’s, are no
doubt rejoicing. For more years than one
wants to recall, the campus has lacked the
proper facilities to accommodate the fine
talents of generations of actors, singers,
dancers, and set designers.
Nonetheless, a lot of imagination and hard
work by volunteers, staff, parents, and
students, always successfully transformed
The St. John's campus--by the summer of 2005. The PAC adjoins the former cafeteria (in lower right), which will be used
for scene storage & construction. Note the repositioned soccer pitch next to the new sports arena. As much 'green' area
as possible will be created once construction is complete. Note also bus parking adjacent to the middle school wing (white
bldg in center with wavy roof).
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PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
005 THEATRE HALL
010 DANCE CLASSROOM
011 SCENE WORKSHOP
012 STAGE PIECES
013 COSTUME SHOP
015 GREEN ROOM
023 DRAMA STORAGE
024-25 DRAMA CLASSROOMS
102 PRACTICE ROOM 1
103 INSTRUMENTS STORAGE
104 COMBINED MUSIC
111 MIDI MUSIC LAB
112 VIDEO LAB
114 OFFICE (TEACHERS’ ROOM)
FIRST FLOOR 118 PAC OFFICE
The PAC, sitting on Dreve Richelle, will be to the left of the
main school buildings, as you look at the campus from the
front. Note the elevated pedestrian walkway connecting the
PAC with the rest of the buildings via the middle school foyer
(the middle school wing has a wavy roof).
The rear of the PAC, showing the entrance that will allow for
delivery of materials for construction of sets & scenery. Scene
storage is adjacent to that area. To the left are various class-
GROUND FLOOR rooms. An underground parking garage is also being
16 The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004
P L U S 4 0 C A M PA I G N
And now a word from Director’s Club ($5,000 & above) Alumni Club ($100 & above)
Mr. Patrick Tobin, Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Mike Gambello
English teacher at St. John’s 3M Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Graham Lythgoe
since 1975. Mr. & Mrs. Craig Owens McKinney Family
Newell-Rubbermaid Mr. & Mrs. Nigel Griffiths
Mr. & Mrs. Rizwan Rawji Mr. & Mrs. Michael Innes
Greetings to all St. John’s fans throughout the world. Hewlitt-Packard Mr. & Mrs. Richard Paquette
Your loyalty and successes have certainly kept the St. Allia Insurance Mr. & Mrs. Harold Radday
John’s ‘act’ going for decades, and we always revel in PTA Mr. & Mrs. Mark Achorn
Mr. & Mrs. Nigel Wray Anonymous
hearing from you. Now, how would you like a leading
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Mars Mr. & Mrs. William Beatty
role right here in the new St. John’s theatre? You could Eli Lilly Mr. & Mrs. Greg Brinks
be a star, and your name will figure prominently for Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Davis
posterity. Besides, by choosing to do so, you International Club ($1,000 & above) Ms. Lorrie Field
guarantee continued box office success at St. John’s for ExxonMobil Ms. Felice Green
many more decades. Mr. & Mrs. Peter Hegnauer Mr. Dean Jacoby
The stage is all yours, so please give it a go. Mr. & Mrs. Marc Schiller Mr. & Mrs. Mark Malkovich
Mr. Hubert Fabri Ms. Elizabeth Meyer
Donating to the Performing Arts Centre Mr. & Mrs. Craig Kissel Mr. & Mrs. Bert O’Donoghue
Take a Seat and/or Be a Star Mr. & Mrs. George Bustin Mr. & Mrs. Ed Rutan
Class of 2002 Mr. Pablo Sanz
“Buy A Seat” in the Theatre. Mr. & Mrs. John E. Pepper Mr. David Schaefer
Buy one or more of the 400 theatre seats and have it UPS Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Werner Schuster
reserved in your name forever! An engraved seating Mr. & Mrs. John Bambridge Mr. Brian Shriver
diagram in the foyer will reflect your participation. Dr. & Mrs. Joe Doenges Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Swartele
Price per seat is $500. Follow Steps 1 or 2 below. Mr. & Mrs. Tim Dunleavy Rev. William Traylor
Ms. Diane Mothander-Seltzer Mr. & Mrs. H. Verbruggen
Join the “Hall of Fame” in the PAC Mr. & Mrs. George Van Kula Ms. Marie McCarthy
If you or your children performed in one or more St.
John’s stage productions, honor that memory by cre- Friends of St. John’s Club Lion’s Club ($50 & above)
ating an engraved star that will appear in the PAC. ($500 & above) Ms. Joanne Oakes-Brennan
Provide the person’s name, name of the show (if you Mr. & Mrs. Stefan Lehne Mr. & Mrs. Fred Charlton
recall it; otherwise, indicate, eg, High School Play), and Mr. & Mrs. Ali Alhomaidhi Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hilz
the year, for each star you wish to have. Each star is Mr. & Mrs. W. Andebrhan Ms. Kristine Neate
$250. Follow Steps 1 or 2 below. Mr. & Mrs. Gorham Cowl Mr. & Mrs. John M. Rice
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Cummings Mr. & Mrs. William Ryall
Step 1 - Donation Form Mr. & Mrs. John Dover Mr. & Mrs. David Saenz
To make a donation, please complete either or both Mr. & Mrs. G. Hindemark Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wilber
Donation Form(s) & mail it/them, along with your Mr. & Mrs. Bruce McLane Mr. Aubrey Hayward
check in US dollars, to the address below. Check Mr. Charles Setzfand
Mr. & Mrs. Ido Terpstra College Club
payable to St. John’s International Foundation. If pay-
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick McKenney Mr. Heinz Blennemann
ing by banque transfer in Euros, send it to Mr. & Mrs. Reiner de Bruine Br. Tim McNary FSC
St. John’s Int’l Foundation, Account Number Mr. Jack Lyons Ms. Jannette Paulu
953-0242005-56, Citibank, 1410-Waterloo, and mail Mr. Terry O’Brien Mr. Bobby G. Wood
the Inscription Form in an envelope to the address Mr. & Mrs. Peter MacGahan Sr. Patricia McKeown FCJ
below. Mr. & Mrs. Ron Gardiner Mr. & Mrs. D.B. Baldridge
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Devlin
Step 2 - Pay Online Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Zelewski Total Donations: $577,614
If you want to pay by credit card online, go to
www.stjohns.be then Alumni, & click the Donate 1964 Club ($250 & above)
Now button. It will link you to a site where you can Anonymous
provide the necessary information to make a secure Ms. Marion W. Coffey
donation. Mail the Inscription Form in an envelope Mr. J. Michael Fallin
to the address below. Ms. Marianne Hulsey
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph McManus
The PAC will offer a 400-seat theatre, foyer, music & drama
Mail envelope to: Mr. & Mrs. T. Zelewski
classrooms, dance studio, video lab, scene storage and work-
St. John’s International Foundation
shop, costume shop, make-up room, offices, & underground
P.O. Box 742, Stratham, NH 03885-0742
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P L U S 4 0 C A M PA I G N
GENERAL DONATION/INSCRIPTION FORM
Which campus project would you like to support? (Please check one)
❐ Cafeteria ❐ Chapel ❐ Gymnasium/Athletic Fields ❐ High School Science Wing
Please note the level of your total gift (Pledges over several years are encouraged):
❐ Director’s Club ($/€5,000 & above) ❐ 1964 Club ($/€250 & above)
❐ International Club ($/€1,000 & above) ❐ Alumni Club ($/€100 & above)
❐ Friends of St. John’s Club ($/€500 & above) ❐ Lion’s Club ($/€50 & above)
Amount of your total contribution ___________ Amount of this payment ___________
Balance due next year or over several years ______________
Method of payment (please check one):
❐ US Check ❐ Banque Transfer ❐ Credit card on line
PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE DONATION/INSCRIPTION FORM
Number of seats you’re buying ______________________Total Due ____________
Amount of this payment ___________ Balance due next year __________________
Name(s) to be engraved (one/seat purchased): (If more space is needed, include on the
reverse of this sheet.) Indicate method of payment below.
If creating one or more stars, please provide the info requested under “Join the
Hall of Fame” above _______________________________________________________
Number of stars you’re buying ______________________Total Due ____________
Amount of this payment ___________ Balance due next year __________________
Method of payment for seats and/or stars (please check one):
❐ US Check ❐ Banque Transfer ❐ Credit card on line
18 The Lion’s Pride • JANUARY 2004
F O U N D AT I O N
The foundation was established in
t. ohn’s nternational 1988 in the USA under the provi-
sions of the Internal Revenue
oundation, nc. Service [paragraph 501(c)(3)] as a
separate, nonprofit corporation,
able to accept donations—tax
Foundation Board Members deductible to the extent provided by
J. Michael Fallin graduated from St. John’s law—and to award grants for
in 1992 and attended American University approved projects.
in Washington, DC, graduating in 1996.
During the past decade grants totaling
He presently works for Citigroup as VP of
$225,000 have been awarded to St.
Global Markets Realty Corp. He resides in
John’s International School for its tech-
New Jersey with his wife, Hope Benton.
Mary Ellen Smith- Marc Schiller nology and building programs.
Schiller Direct support to the foundation may be
Polly Maier attended St. John’s from 1980- Marc and Mary Ellen Schiller, along with in the form of one-time cash gifts,
1983, graduating with the class of 1983. their children Bridget ’05, Peter ’07, and pledges over several years, the transfer of
She attended the University of Notre Dame Hannah ’09, lived in Brussels 1996 through equities, and bequests in wills.
and the University of Minnesota Law 2001. The Schillers resided in Uccle, and
School. After living and practicing law in were members of Our Lady of Mercy Parish. Board of Directors of the Foundation
Minnesota, Russia and Kyrgyzstan, Polly The children were active in sports, scouts Mr. J. Michael Fallin ’92, Director
now lives in Connecticut. She works as an and drama. Marc and Mary Ellen were Mr. John Lyons (Secretary/Treasurer)
intellectual property law consultant on active in the St John’s Boosters Club, as well Mr. George Marroig-Tagle ’87 Chairman
various USAID-funded international devel- as the St John’s Health Committee sponsor- Ms. Jane Podurgiel ’87A, Director
opment projects, most recently projects in ing a number of Parenting workshops and Mr. Bill Sakkab ’90, Director
Ukraine and West Bank/Gaza. She and her guest speakers. Within the greater Brussels Mr. Marc Schiller & Ms. Mary Ellen
husband Michael Wallace are the parents of community, Marc volunteered and coached Smith-Schiller, former parents,
six-year-old twins. at Brussels Sports Assoc. and Mary Ellen Directors
email@example.com volunteered at Community Help Service Mr. Charles Setzfand ’89, Director
(CHS). Mr. Louis Toth ’89, President
Jane Podurgiel attended St. John’s from ’76- Ms. Polly (Maier) Wallace ’83, Director
’81; she is an associate of the class of 1987. The Schillers now live in Atlanta GA where
She attended Georgetown University, earn- Marc is VP Corporate Strategy at United
ing a Bachelors degree in Marketing. She Parcel Service and Mary Ellen is a Business
also has a Masters degree in Elementary Consultant. Bridget and Peter attend St Pius George Marroig-Tagle graduated from St.
Education. She presently works for Morgan X Catholic High School, and Hannah John’s in 1987 and attended Brown
Stanley Dean Witter as Creative Associate/ attends the Atlanta International School. University, earning a Bachelors degree in
Senior Marketing Writer, and lives in They have fond memories of those forma- Political Science. Upon graduation, he
Manhattan. Jane wrote an article for the tive years at St John’s and send along their began a career working in the financial
January 2002 issue of The Lion’s Pride about greetings to all, as well as best wishes for a district of NYC. He is currently employed
her experiences on 9/11, as she worked in successful 40th year campaign. by Harris Nesbitt and lives in Manhattan.
the World Trade Center. firstname.lastname@example.org George.MarroigTagle@Bmonb.com
Charles Setzfand graduated from St. John’s Louis Toth graduated from St. John’s in
Bill Sakkab graduated from St. John’s in 1989 and attended the University of
1990. He attended the University of in 1989 and attended Cornell University,
earning a Bachelors degree in Finance. He Pennsylvania, where he earned two Bachelor
Richmond in Virginia, where he earned a degrees, one in Economics, one in
BA in Leadership and Political Science. He presently lives in Dunkirk, Maryland, with
his wife Jean and their daughter. Charles Engineering. He later returned to Penn to
subsequently attended the Univ. of Virginia earn an MBA at the Wharton School of
Law School earning a JD. For several years works for ESBA Capital Group, focusing on
corporations that are dealing with bankruptcy. Business. He currently works for Comcast in
he worked for a law firm in London. He the area of venture capital, and resides
now lives in Manhattan, and is an associate email@example.com
outside of Philadelphia.
in the firm Cadwalader, Wickersham, and firstname.lastname@example.org
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round he ampus
New General Superior
A ST. JOHN’S
After two days of prayer and discernment, the fcJ
Congregation, meeting at their General Chapter in
Calgary in October, announced the election of Sr.
Katherine Mary O’Flynn fcJ as their General Superior for
the next ten years. Since the 1998 General Chapter,
Katherine Mary has served as an assistant to the General
Superior, Sr. Paula Terroni, fcJ. She entered the Society
from Ireland in September 1968 and made her vows in
Limerick, Ireland in March 1971. Katherine Mary is
Sr. Katherine Mary O'Flynn, fcJ, General
trained as an educator and counselor, ministering in both
Superior of the Congregation.
Ireland and England. Previous to her election as general
assistant, Katherine was Provincial of the Irish Province. The St. John’s community extends
its profound congratulations to her, and wishes her God’s blessings as she guides the fcJ into
the future. The fcJ founded St. John’s in 1964; its members still serve on the school Advisory
Board and on the Board of the asbl., and are the legal owners of the school. Next year they
celebrate 100 years of being in Belgium, coincident with the school observing its 40th Mr. Richard Baines, hard at work with his IB Physics
anniversary. www.fcjsisters.org students, in the new Physics lab.
this just in… A Busy Weekend and won all four games. The girls’ varsity
basketball team defeated SHAPE twice.
Meanwhile, the boys’ varsity won one
While many Americans were celebrating teams. It’s a real credit to everyone’s of the toughest high school tournaments
Thanksgiving not long ago, the St. John’s dedication to be able to experience such a in Europe by defeating three of the
high school students were busy that week- fine production, and bodes well for the best teams in Germany (Bitburg,
end, in a variety of activities that illustrate future, when they will have a theatre and Kaiserslautern, and Ramstein) and the host
the talent and level of commitment of stage in the Performing Arts Center to team, SHAPE. Congratulations to coaches
both the students and the teachers respon- showcase their talents. Dennis Davis and Eric Johnson.
sible for the programs. The activities On Saturday the entire choir performed as
involved over 60% of the students working On Saturday the swimming team competed
invited guests at Les Femme d’Europe against the British School of Brussels and
at a high standard, representing the school Christmas market. Teacher Cathy Swanson the American School of Paris and once
extremely well. and the students represented St. John’s again proved that the Sea Lions are a force
With teacher Alan Hayes as director, The before a very important audience in a very to be reckoned with. Both varsity and JV
Matchmaker was staged in the Performing impressive setting. Their voices did more individual and relay events found SJIS
Arts Annex (previous cafeteria) to apprecia- to bring the Christmas spirit to life than doing well. Congratulations to
tive audiences. The caliber of the acting any of the many vendors’ stalls. Coordinator Marc Vansteenbeeck and his
was superb, with equally outstanding On the sports scene, the boys and girls JV assistants—Cameron Lumsden, Ludo
support from the backstage and technical basketball teams traveled to Luxembourg Pollers, Jean Vanhoutte, and Cate Silcock.
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An annual event, the festival demonstrates the colorful and
varied character of the students and families who are part of St.
John’s. With 60 different countries represented in the student A sign in the courtyard last fall announcing the cultural festival.
body of 911 this year, and with 27 nations participating in the
festival, it was day to enjoy each other’s culture, costumes, and
cuisine. National flags, ethnic dress, souvenirs, posters, and
music were to be seen and heard in the sports hall and
surrounding corridors throughout the day and into the evening.
Many thanks to Romy Svedhem and her team of organizers for
coordinating such a marvelous event.
Students of Swedish background make up over 7% of the school's
population, with 66 students.
Canada is reflected in almost 3% of the SJ student population,
with 27 students.
Japan has 11 students in the school.
Americans make up almost 31% of the student body this year--
281 kids--down from six years ago, when it was 42%.
There are 29 students from the Republic of Korea attending SJ this
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5th Grade Visits
Mr. André Turner assisting students in the Grand Place.
What better location to prepare young, aspiring artists to get the proper perspective on
things than from the center—in this case, the old marketplace of Brussels, with its historic
town hall, guildhouses, cafés, and restaurants. This fall Mr. André Turner, elementary school
art teacher, arranged for his 5th grade classes to have an outing there, to practice what they
had been talking about in the studio. Accompanied by some of his colleagues and some
parents as well, André guided the entourage to a suitable vantage point and got them sketch-
ing. The results graced the corridors of c-level in subsequent days, reflecting a variety of
Fifth graders study the lines and architecture of the town
impressions that emeged
Senior Continues his Winning Ways
Jerome D’Ambrosio’s October victory in Formula Renault in Zolder, Belgium, near Genk,
means he has successfully made the transition from being the World Champion go-kart
racer to being the Belgian champion at the Formula One level. In fact, he so impressed the
Renault officials that some further testing was scheduled, with the possibility of a contract,
with all the support and sponsorship that
implies. He already is being managed by a
former Formula One driver, Thierry
Boutsen. As Jerome zips around the race
track at 240 kph (144 mph) in his single-
Jerome's clenched fist signifies he's won!. seater, we wish him safe driving and many
Jerome on the top deck, as the winner at Zolder.
This annual 5-a-side indoor football (soccer) competition is set for 19-20 March 2004 in
the new facilities (Sports Arena, foyer, and cafeteria). It is named after a former student of
SJIS who died of cancer in 1997. Since then, students and staff have organized this friendly,
often intense, but always fun, way to get some exercise, see old friends and classmates, and
generate thousands of euros in donations. The concession stand will serve up lots of food
and liquid refreshments to keep you going throughout the day. The proceeds go toward
childhood cancer research. All alumni—guys and girls—living in Europe, are encouraged
to consider putting together a team and participating. For more info, check out:
Tom O'Donnell http://home.tiscali.be/chris.humphreys/ or write to the staff coordinator at SJIS, Mrs. Angela Slann, at:
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Results of the fall International Schools’ Sports Tournament (ISSTs)
Varsity Soccer Team.
Boys Soccer at American School London/7th Place
Mauro Mangraviti; Chris Varin/All-Tournament
Girls Soccer (Division 2) at Bonn International School/6th Place
Sara Massey; Ana Kittl/All-Tournament
Boys Volleyball at American Community School, Cobham/4th Place
Dapo Abioye; Phil Sifferman/All-Tournament
Girls Volleyball at ACS Hillingdon/3rd Place
(Trophy & Bronze Medal)
Lindsay Augustine; Dionna Shear/All-Tournament Varsity Girls' Soccer Team.
Cross Country at TASIS-England/Boys Varsity 9th Place
(this is the only “team” we had at the ISST)
Stella Kuhn von Burgsdorff/3rd Place Varsity Girls
Saskia Hicks/5th Place Junior Girls
Matt Barns/8th Place Junior Boys
SJIS will be co-hosting the Boys & Girls Basketball ISSTs with ISB from
March 10-13, 2004. Both the Boys & Girls Championship Games will be
played in the SJIS Arena on Saturday, March 13th.
JV & Varsity Volleyball teams.
Cross-Country Medal Winners, L to R:
Matt Barns, Stella Kuhn von Burgsdorff,
Stuart Griffin; front row: Saskia Hicks &
Joanna Lehne. They raced at a base in
the Netherlands in Sept and placed well. Varsity Girl's Volleyball Team.
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Basketball Tournament scheduled
In honor of Alistair Thorpe ’02, who died in a motorcycle accident this summer, a basket-
ball tournament will take place on Sunday, 21 December, starting at midday in the Sports
Hall and/or Arena. This is the same day as the alumni reunion, which begins in the
cafeteria at 5 pm, so those planning on attending the reunion are especially encouraged to
participate. The tournament is open to high school students and older, with 7-player teams,
max of 5 on a court at a time. Cost is €10/player, with all proceeds going to a memorial fund
in his name, to be used for causes related to drivers with disabilities and toward safety issues.
Participants are asked to sign up by 12 Dec. For more info, contact Christian Hagen ’04 at
email@example.com Alistair Thorpe [RIP]
Reunion The annual alumni Christmas reunion is
Hewlitt-Packard donates 5
projectors to St. John’s
scheduled for Sunday, 21 December, 5-7pm, in Thanks to the efforts of Mr. Richard de
the new cafeteria. All alumni, members of the Boissezon, former parent and Director of
class of 2004 and their parents, and all staff, past Marketing Worldwide for the Indigo
and present, are cordially invited. For those who Division, St. John’s now has five high-
have not had a chance to visit the campus recently, tech projectors. These devices are
we’ll be offering a tour of the new facilities that especially useful for students and teachers
The lion in winter. Join us for the annual were opened in September. Please plan on joining who are making presentations from
Christmas reunion. us for some holiday cheer and light food; it’s also computers, and need to have the image
a great opportunity to catch up with recent grads on their computer screen projected onto
returning from university on holiday. a large screen or wall. The projectors
found ‘homes’ in the middle school; in
the art studios; the high school Design &
DHL supports Technology Lab; the new computer lab
in the high school science wing; and for
Community Service Project general use in the video program. We
thank HP for this gift, as it provides
another step forward for the school in
Spearheaded by middle school students, St. John’s the kind of educational experience we
continues to provide funds and used textbooks— can offer all students, and integrates
thanks to free shipments by DHL Brussels—to technology with the curricula.
several primary schools in Kwazulu-Natal, South
Africa. Without its generous assistance, the educa-
tional materials, which are so valued by the staff
and students there, would never have arrived, as
the transport costs are prohibitively high. The goal
this year and into the future is to provide more
funding and supplies with the aim of eradicating
poverty in that area. For more information,
contact Ms. Stephanie Wintjes, middle school
A teacher in Kwazulu-Natal takes the class out- teacher.
doors, and uses some material provided by SJIS firstname.lastname@example.org
and DHL. One of the new HP projectors at use in the Design and
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December 5th - 19th: Art of Disability
St. John’s International School is honored to be hosting an exhibition
of photographs by Steve Bloch, His outstanding achievement and
professionalism are evident throughout his work and career, which has
been dedicated to changing perceptions of people with disability
through the use of photography.
The humanity and insight we share through the
eye of the camera derive from individual and
personal experience. Disability to a greater or
by Steve Bloch
lesser degree, directly or indirectly, impacts us
all, ‘able’ and ‘disabled’ alike. Issues of percep- I have been involved with disability groups or disabled individuals for over
tion, of how we think about, see and represent 20 years following two severe head injuries, soon after witnessing the death
each other in images are of universal interest and of my brother due to extremely severe head injuries. These experiences have
relevance in art and design and society. An led me to gain a greater awareness of disability and to use my knowledge of
image can be a symbol that unlocks an under- photography to promote the general understanding of disability.
standing that can liberate our minds and
potential. This exhibition will challenge those So, when I embarked on a degree course in photography at the West Surrey
pre-conceptions about disability, which are Institute of Art & Design, it seemed natural for me to concentrate on
perhaps the greatest obstacle to realizing our full trying to highlight the achievements and struggles of disabled people.
potential as human beings
As a professional photographer I have continued to draw public attention
At St John’s students have both the opportunity
to the issues of disabled people. I believe that the attitude of a society that
to study photography along with other methods
of image making and are encouraged to think
stereotypes and labels ‘people with a disability’ prevents disabled people
critically about the meaning and function of from playing their role as part of that very society and hinders their full
images in different contexts. A number of our integration.
students have also worked with disabled and
handicapped children as part of CAS (commu- I attempt to create images that are as positive as possible and show the
nity, action, service) in the International possibilities for a person with a disability to ‘do’ rather than ‘be’. I concen-
Baccalaureate (IB) program, on a volunteer basis trate on photographing the ordinary person on the street in order to
at le Grain de Vie, a Waterloo-based association highlight that you do not have to accomplish great feats in order to attempt
for the social integration of handicapped to achieve fulfillment in life.
persons. It is particularly appropriate that we are
hosting this exhibition during the European It is, most importantly, the participation and not the relative grade of
year of disabled people. This year IB art students success that should be the goal. I do not try to encourage people to feel
raised money through an auction of their work sympathy for the physical or mental condition of disabled people, or on the
to support this project combining art and social
other hand to put them on pedestals, but to highlight successes and to
Alan Mitchell, High School Art
encourage others. I try, also, to show some of the challenges that people
Department with a disability have to overcome to put emphasis on their additional
strengths. My own objective is to try to change the perception of the
public towards disabled people.
St. John's International School Alumni Update
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This can also be done on line at www.stjohns.be/alumni/Update/Update.htm
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