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Message from the Headmaster Dr. Jeffrey Pratt Beedy

    S   t. Martin’s Headmaster Dr. Jeffrey Pratt Beedy talks to Director of
   Advancement Lisa Sibal about living in New Orleans and his vision for
                St. Martin’s as he starts his second school year here.
                                              •••
   What are some of your favorite things about      Strategic Planning effort. Based on a decade-
living in New Orleans? There are so many            long study of strategic moves, the goal of a
wonderful aspects to this community. I think        “blue ocean strategy” is to create a new market         Dr. Jeffrey Pratt Beedy
what has struck me most is the spirit of its        space rather than try to outdo the competition               Headmaster
people, especially the people I work with at St.    in the existing marketplace. I would have to
Martin’s. There seems to be a common purpose        say the book that has been most influential
to return and rebuild for the future following      on my work is The Social World of the Child by
Katrina even as we weathered Gustav last month.     Bill Damon because I am so intrigued by how
I see a deep level of friendship and concern in     children develop differently at different ages,
the way everyone checks in on one another—it’s      and because it led me to the place I am today in
very much a family. I see that same spirit          my profession.
throughout the city in the way we all share and        Where do you see St. Martin’s in five years
revel in our “zaniness.” And I love that we have    in the Greater New Orleans landscape? In
parades and festivals for everything! Of course     five years, I see that St. Martin’s is one of the
I also love the music. There are so many places     top if not the most innovative schools in terms
to hear an amazing variety of great talent every    of how we teach and learn. It is certainly the
night in New Orleans. Even on our campus,           most nurturing PK-12 school because we are
on the first day of school, I heard the sound of    so good at recognizing how relationships grow
New Orleans music coming from speakers in the       and become deeper over time. We have the best
theater. Though you may call me crazy this time     faculty, and our 18 acre campus just removed
of year, I love the weather here after all, every   from the city gives us a quiet and safe feel.
place has its own weather issues, and the summer    The Coatney Leadership Center, including the
heat is better than winter in New England for       Faculty Research and Development Center, really
my taste. The restaurants are another great thing   distinguishes STM by tying existing data to the
about NOLA. I think it will take me some            ways we teach our children both academically
time to get to all the great places to eat, but     and in terms of leadership and character
my current favorite is Jacques-Imo’s uptown.        development. Project Adventure has had a
Finally, I am struck by the great architecture of   dramatic impact on leadership development,
New Orleans. The homes uptown are not unlike        teamwork and camaraderie among those in
the Victorian homes in Boston, and I love the       our community. In five years, we will have a
Creole shotgun I’m living in at Algiers Point.      deeper, more successful and meaningful athletic
   What are you reading now, and what               program. It’s certainly my goal to win and
book has most influenced you? Right now             everyone should have the spirit of winning, just
I’m reading a couple of books. Carol Dweck’s        as academic excellence is always our goal. But
Mindset teaches us how we can learn to fulfill      we also need to give every child the opportunity
our potential—it’s about the psychology of          to have a meaningful athletic experience. By
success and how we can get the best out of          giving all children the opportunity to engage
people. Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and      in athletics at their own levels over the course
Renee Mauborgne is relevant to our current          of their years at St. Martin’s, we also have the
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    chance to give them the gift of lifelong health.    PK through 12th grade, with sequencing of
       What exactly is Project Adventure and what       activities specifically planned at each age level.
    will the students be doing? A little history           Why are you moving your office out of
    first. The basic idea of experiential learning      the Van Slate House? When I first arrived at
    began with Dr. Kurt Hahn in Outward Bound,          St. Martin’s, I felt that I needed to observe our
    which set about to get adolescents out of their     campus and community, and I needed a place
    individual “selfish selves” and work together.      in which I could work thoughtfully and quietly
    The concept evolved from rescue activities to       as I got to know our school. My first year was
    activities where children challenge themselves      one of gathering information and building
    as to how to help each other. In later years,       our leadership team. It’s now time to return
    Outward Bound and NOLS (National Outdoor            to the center of our campus, in the Coatney
    Leadership School) took the concept further,        Leadership Center which is being renovated this
    with solo wilderness trips designed to teach        fall, and which will include the R & D Center
    by experience. In the early ’70s, my Harvard        as well as my office. I want to be more visible
    colleague Jerry Pieh did his doctoral thesis on     and I want to be in the same place where all of
    how to take Outward Bound-type challenges and       the major group meetings—leadership team,
    create a similar experience designed for school     Academic Affairs Council Committee, Division
    campuses, and Project Adventure was born. Jerry     Heads, etc.—will meet.
    worked with a team to design ropes courses that        What is the most exciting thing happening
    would create challenge and allow experiential       at StM right now? There is a palpable sense
    learning with little equipment and in small         of common purpose and enthusiasm. I’d also
    increments of time suited to the school schedule.   have to say that the strategic planning work
    Project Adventure activities include trust          we’re doing with our consultant is tremendously
    exercises (to develop attentiveness, risk taking,   exciting—we’re all on the same page and we
    empathy, cooperation and group spirit); games       know where we’re going now. We have a vision
    (which develop a sense of fun and cooperation);     and a set of core operating principles, which will
    and problem-solving (which develop individual       drive everything we do.
    and group initiative, spirit, independence and         What did you do this summer? I spent time
    competence). A specific example would be that       with my family. My older daughter Amanda
    12 6th grade students have to get every member      is finishing her graduate work in clinical
    of their group over a wall in 5 minutes—some        psychology in Bozeman, MT where she enjoys
    are tall, some short, some more athletic than       skiing, hiking and fly-fishing. My other daughter
    others. They discuss, plan, execute their plan,     Bailey and my grandson Ethan live on my farm
    then de-brief to discuss what worked and what       in Maine. The farm is where my parents grew up
    didn’t. These are mind-stimulating games and        and it’s a very special place to me.
    challenges that require the members of a group         Tell us something we didn’t know about you.
    to work together as a team. The same group          My great-grandfather, A.S. Pratt, was a famous
    dynamics operate in the gym, on the playing         artist. He was also from Maine, and I take my
    fields, in the classroom and in social groups. At   middle name from him.
    St. Martin’s, we have PA equipment in the gym,         Is there anything else you’d like our
    on the back playground and soon we will have        community to know? I just want to thank
    high elements including a 35’ climbing tower.       everyone for the opportunity to be here. It’s fun
    We are fortunate to have Project Adventure’s        and rewarding to be sharing in the rebuilding
    CEO Dick Prouty working with us personally,         process. I appreciate the fact that St. Martin’s
    and this is a unique program in our community       and New Orleans have been open and receptive
    that will develop skills, leadership and teamwork   to new ideas, and I look forward in five years to
    among our students. The most remarkable thing       seeing the results of the work we’re doing now.
    about Project Adventure at St. Martin’s is that
    it will be integrated into the curriculum from
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Message from the Chairman of the Board of Trustees

 W        hy should our school—or any school—engage in strategic planning?
            What is strategic about a school when you get down to it?
                                                •••
   It would seem our educational Mission             children using the methods of the 1990’s—not
should be pretty straightforward: we seek to         to mention the methods of the 1970’s. And
teach our children well, to give them a solid        as our teachers focus their efforts on teaching
academic foundation, to nurture them while           our children the best way research shows to be
we nurture their love for learning, and to show      effective, we have to be thinking about those                     Alan Brackett
them, both in themselves and in each other,          children who will walk our halls in twenty or             Chairman of the Board of Trustees
God’s presence and love. With a clear Mission,       thirty or forty years from now.
and programming to implement that Mission,              It is with this focus in mind that the Board of
a strategic plan sounds almost superfluous.          Trustees has begun the process of establishing
If we are doing our job in providing a sound         a new strategic plan for St. Martin’s Episcopal
education, what more do we have to plan for?         School. We are re-evaluating everything that
   Many people who know our school well              we do as a school. We are working to ensure
don’t appreciate that strategic planning is          we preserve those traditions that have made
the very purpose of the Board of Trustees.           St. Martin’s a hallmark of excellence for over
Our charge is to ensure that St. Martin’s is         sixty years. At the same time, we are working
and always remains an exemplary educational          to ensure that at its centennial, St. Martin’s will
institution for the children of the New Orleans      remain relevant, that its teachers will employ the
region. While we can look with satisfaction          best research and teaching methods, and that
at today’s accomplishments, and the scores of        our facilities will model the excellence of those
accomplished scholars we graduate each year,         faculty, staff and students who work within its
our Trustees must continually look beyond            walls.
today and prepare for the needs of tomorrow’s           We certainly aren’t proposing to re-make
children.                                            what is a very fine school already. What we
   Thirty years ago, when I graduated from high      are planning for is an academically strong,
school, no one dreamed that students would           financially secure, and forward-looking
carry personal computers with them wherever          institution. We are creating a campus master
they go, or that teachers would use smart            plan that anticipates our infrastructure needs for
boards in their classrooms, or that the wealth of    the next twenty-five years. We are planning the
knowledge that is the Internet would dominate        sure footing for St. Martin’s future success.
the way we research, learn, and experience              The concept of Vision can be very abstract.
information in real time. Stereos took up half a     But we are not looking for gimmicks or political
wall and only played one album at a time. Now,       buzz words here. We are standing on purpose,
an iPod the size of a credit card can store over a   supported by an excellent staff, faculty, and
thousand songs.                                      administration, blessed by bright and capable
   As methods of obtaining information               students, and joined by a common Mission. We
advance, teaching has to advance also. Our           are confident St. Martin’s remains positioned to
children use and experience technology in ways       achieve that Mission.
we never imagined. We simply can’t teach today’s
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Academic Enhancements at the Forefront
     Lower School Employs an Array of           on nearly 30 years of research showing that     students spend 2-3 days at the end of their
      Collaborative Learning Activities         students achieve at higher levels when they     fall semester in the community in activities
   Accelerated Reader, first introduced in      pursue topics and activities of personal        which broaden their exposure to the various
2005 as an online program to motivate           interest.                                       cultural and ethnic groups of the Greater
students to read more, has grown and                            Middle School                   New Orleans community. A service
developed into an individualized reading           The 7th grade will be departing on the       element of the program builds civic pride
program. The student takes an assessment        inaugural trip to the Newfound Harbor           and responsibility.
of his/her appropriate reading level, is        Marine Institute’s Seacamp in November.              New Enrichment Programs Added
encouraged to read titles within their range,   While at Seacamp on Big Pine Key, Florida,         Mad Science ® delivers unique, hands-
and is tested after completing books as to      they will be engaged in many hands-on,          on science experiences for children that are
reading comprehension. Points are tallied       marine biology based activities. Among          entertaining and educational. Introducing
for each student based upon the student’s       other things, students will snorkel while       our students to a world of discovery while
quarterly reading goals and comprehension       studying coral reef ecology, take boat trips    sparking their imagination, Mad Science
of what was read, thus encouraging the          to collect plankton and have a chance to        encourages scientific literacy in children in
student to strive for more and higher-level     get up close and personal to some juvenile      an age when science is as vital as reading,
reading.                                        sharks. The trip will be the culmination of     writing and math.
   Everyday Mathematics is new this year        our freshwater and saltwater units in the 7th      St. Martin’s has its own Chess Gym
for our students in K-5. Developed by the       grade Life Science course.                      Academy offering specifically designed
University of Chicago to enable children           The 7th grade will also be completing        classes which cater to all levels of chess
to learn more mathematical content and          its part in LSU’s Coastal Roots program.        ability. Playing chess increases strategic
become lifelong mathematical thinkers,          The class of 2014, while learning about         thinking skills, stimulates intellectual
“EM” inspires teachers and students to          the importance of our Louisiana wetlands,       creativity, increases attention span, and
break through traditional math barriers         planted over 1500 Bald Cypress and              improves problem-solving abilities while
and explore math concepts that are not          Swamp Red Maple seeds last spring as            raising self-esteem.
usually taught at their respective grade        6th graders. On November 10, they will             Our new Prep Plus Program is designed
levels. Through cross-curricular projects       plant their seedlings (now over 18 inches in    to help students in grades 3-5 with
covering a wide array of math activities and    height) at Bayou Segnette State Park. The       homework, organizational strategies and
concepts built around student interests, EM     Coastal Roots program now includes over         study skills.
is also integrated into other subject areas     30 schools where students grow, maintain           Middle and Upper School students now
and results in high expectations among our      and plant wetland plants in areas of coastal    have the opportunity to participate in our
students within the design of this rigorous     erosion. This is St. Martin’s third year with   Mandarin Enrichment Program, part of St.
and challenging program.                        the Coastal Roots program. View our STM         Martin’s emphasis on a global perspective.
   Math Facts in a Flash, a drill and           Coastal Roots blog at http://kmarchal.          Beginning in spring 2009, Mandarin/
practice component of Accelerated Math,         blogspot.com/.                                  Chinese Studies will be offered as an
is being used in K-5 to strengthen our                  Upper School Academic News              interdisciplinary class for credit in Upper
students’ basic math fact skills and increase      The use of laptops in Upper School is        School.
automaticity, speed and accuracy in             now being integrated into our classroom           Music PLUS Added to Performing Arts
computation.                                    curriculum, changing the way our teachers          Music PLUS (Positive Learning and
   In the spring of 2009, the Renzulli          teach and leading us toward an even more        Leading Using Song and Sound) introduces
Learning System will debut as a pilot           student-centered classroom. Synchronize, a      students to a diverse offering of musical
program before full implementation in the       new software and teaching tool, allows the      genres and activities while enhancing team-
Lower School curriculum next year. The          classroom teacher to view every student’s       building and leadership opportunities.
Renzulli Learning System employs state-of-      screen and watch their progress or display it   Using music as the medium, younger
the-art technology to put students in touch     on the SmartBoard for everyone to see.          children are able to play and enjoy games
with engaging, individualized resources            The Sophomore Experience, introduced         that develop personal, social and creative
specially chosen for their area of interest     two years ago, is now a thriving and            skills. Older children have the opportunity
and learning style. Renzulli Learning is a      popular program connecting curriculum           to be leaders and role models while guiding
completely new adaptation of work based         with experiential learning. Our 10th grade      the younger ones through these activities.
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Project A dventure at St. Martin’s
    “I enjoyed the back to school orientation on Project Adventure! I thought the Project Adventure activities were
reminiscent of my days at STM at our overnight class retreats: we would all share, problem-solve, take risks (while
feeling safe), compete, disagree, laugh, succeed and/or fail and ultimately BOND as a cohesive group. People that you
never thought you’d gel with were the exact ones you found common ground with. A lot of times our class was so close
after the retreat and for days and weeks after, but then unfortunately the memories and feelings would fade, and we
would go back to how we were before. I think Project Adventure is a caliber above any class retreat. It will constantly
keep students and faculty bonded toward common goals. School spirit, teamwork, unity, etc. will be maintained, nurtured
and encouraged throughout the school year which will result in better self-esteem, respect for others, and pride in ourselves
and school.”
                                    Alma Quiroz Roohi ’83, alum, teacher and parent
                                                          •••
   • Challenge by Choice                                        designed to develop leadership, teamwork,
         • Brief, Activity, Debrief                             communication, mutual trust and support. Led
             • Experiential Learning Cycle                      by Challenge Course Coordinator Nick Hingel
                  • Full Value Contract                         ’92, activities are designed with safety and age/
   The words seen above are now part of the                     developmental capabilities in mind, and range
language at St. Martin’s—the language of                        from solving rope puzzles to low and high rope                  Nick DePass ’09 on the centipede
Project Adventure, which debuted on our                         features as well as a climbing wall. Pictured
campus in August. Our entire faculty and                        at right are some of the Project Adventure
staff of 150 were introduced to the Project                     elements in the Adkerson Gymnasium.
Adventure philosophy and methodology during                        Outdoor elements, including a 35’ climbing
back to school orientation meetings led by the                  tower, will be installed in upcoming months.
top three Project Adventure trainers including                  Established through the generosity of STM
Project Adventure’s Executive Director and                      Grandparent Doyle Coatney, Project Adventure
CEO Dick Prouty, COO Jane Panicucci                             will be fully developed over the next three years.
and PE, Health and Wellness Trainer Renee                       Phase I, already in place, occurs in the context
Cavaluzzi. It was a powerful and community-                     of our Physical Education classes and in Saints
                                                                                                                                Project Adventure team leaders with David
building two days, setting a tone of excitement                 PLUS. Led by Guy Farber ’82, Saints PLUS                        Hooks (left) and Nick Hingel ‘92
and anticipation for the school year.                           employs the methodology and terminology of
   A nationally recognized program for our                      Project Adventure (briefing, activity, debriefing)
PK-12 students, Project Adventure is unique                     in collaborative and sport-based activities,
in our community, and provides students and                     resulting in improved physical skills, character
faculty alike with the latest curriculum in                     education and leadership ability.
experiential and adventure education. Current                      Some recommended references for those
research consistently shows that our children’s                 wishing to learn more about Project Adventure
ability to work in groups and their sense of                    and other influences on the educational
community in the classroom are key factors in                   philosophy at St. Martin’s:
their academic success. Sports-based activities                 • Project Adventure: www.pa.org
have for many years been used as a medium                       • Islands of Healing: A Guide to Adventure Based Counseling
for character and leadership development, but                   by Jim Schoel, Dick Prouty and Paul Radcliffe
only cutting-edge programs such as Project                      (1998)
Adventure take the next step by transferring that               • Sports Plus: Developing Youth Sports Programs that Teach
development to academic achievement in the                      Positive Values by Dr. Jeffrey Pratt Beedy (1997)
classroom.                                                      • A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the
   As a part of our curriculum, our students                    Future by Daniel Pink (2005)
have the opportunity to participate in a wide                   • Experiential Learning: Experience as the Source of Learning   Bo Wang ’09 takes his turn climbing to the gym
variety of physical and mental challenges                       and Development by David A. Kolb (1983)                         ceiling on the centepede
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St. Martin’s L aunches L ate Start Wednesdays
                                                                                                   to choose during the first hour of Wednesdays.
                                                                                                      The choices available for our students are
                                                                                                   designed to be age-appropriate, and they are all
                                                                                                   voluntary in nature. Classroom learning time is
                                                                                                   not lost. Rather, Late Start Wednesdays actually
                                                                                                   serve to improve classroom learning through
                                                                                                   better use of the hours in our school day and
                                                                                                   implementation of programs which strengthen
                                                                                                   academic learning by way of experiential
                                                                                                   learning, as has been proven in current
                                                                                                   educational research at top universities in the
                                                                                                   nation. At the same time, our faculty will have
                                                                                                   the opportunity to engage in weekly divisional,
                                                                                                   departmental or all-school faculty meetings or
                                                                                                   research, the purpose of which is to strengthen
                                                                                                   their knowledge of best practices in teaching
                                                                                                   and ensure that our students are receiving the
                                                                                                   highest level of academic instruction possible.
                                                                                                      Students in all divisions (PK-12) have
                                                                                                   the opportunity to voluntarily participate in
                                                                                                   Saints PLUS, whether as an active participant
                                                                                                   (for Lower and Middle School students) or
                                                                                                   a leader/facilitator (Upper School students).
                                                                                                   Students may also partake in Project Adventure
                                                                                                   leadership activities, Music PLUS, academic
                                                                                                   opportunities; they may have breakfast in the
                                                                                                   Dining Hall, or simply start their academic day
                                                                                                   one hour later.
                                                                                                      We know that the St. Martin’s community
                                                                                                   will be interested in seeing how Project
                                                                                                   Adventure and Saints PLUS are working to
                                                                                                   improve our school and our students. We will
Upper School leaders instruct Lower School          St. Martin’s has embarked on a new and         be extending an invitation to our parents to
students during Saints Plus activities           exciting program in the 2008-09 school year       attend a “Project Adventure Open House” one
                                                 which will benefit our students, families and     evening during the school year so that they can
                                                 faculty alike.                                    experience what’s happening at St. Martin’s. We
                                                    Late Start Wednesdays provide the              hope parents will accept that invitation and see
                                                 opportunity for students in all divisions to      for themselves how Project Adventure will take
                                                 take advantage of academic opportunities,         lessons in teamwork and community-building
                                                 collaborative group work and project-based        and transfer them to the classroom and beyond,
                                                 learning experiences.                             where they will be reflected in higher academic
                                                    Late Start Wednesdays are centered on data     achievement and the highest integrity for all
                                                 which prove that adolescents do not learn         our students. We invite our visiting alumni,
Listening carefully to instructions!             optimally in the early morning hours. At St.      and others who are interested in learning more
                                                 Martin’s, we took that proven research and        about these programs, to stop by campus and
                                                 expanded it to benefit all of our students,       explore what’s new at St. Martin’s.
                                                 as well as faculty, by providing a menu of
                                                 innovative and productive activities from which
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Class of 2014 and teacher Betsy Kaston ’72 celebrate Asia Day at St. Martin's

• Spring Events at St. Martin’s                                    Character Awards Program.
   Parents, faculty, coaches and fans alike all                       Taking place in the Lower
enjoyed St. Martin’s guest speaker Bob Bigelow                     School during the spring
last spring during his visit to St. Martin’s. The                  were the Festival of Arts,
topic of his talk was “Adults and Children in                      Community Day, Cowboy Day,
Youth Sports – Who Wins and Who Loses?”                            Jour de France, Indian Day,
Bigelow’s message was very well received by all                    World Fest, Cinco de Mayo,
who attended the evening event on St. Martin’s                     spring concerts and more!
campus in the Peyton Center.                                          Middle School had its share
   Dr. Beedy invited Bob here as a part of his                     of fun as well. Along with the
vision of educating the St. Martin’s community                     conclusion of academic units
about youth character development through and                      came a final day of celebration                    It was a celebration of Cinco de Mayo for
in sports. A National Youth Sports Speaker,                        and closure. Asia Day was a success for the        5th grade students
and former professional athlete, Bob Bigelow                       sixth graders, and eighth graders always enjoy
challenged and motivated us to have a better                       Elizabethan Day.
understanding of what children really need and                        Upper School students were involved in many
want out of their sports activities.                               spring events as well. The Habitat for Humanity
   Compliments of Dr. Beedy, those who                             Art Sale and Show – which was hosted by St.
attended were given autographed copy of Bob’s                      Martin’s had many of our own St.M artists
book, Just Let The Kids Play: How to Stop Other                    contributing art and working the sale. “Into
Adults from Ruining Your Child’s Fun and Success in                the Woods,” the Upper School spring musical,
Youth Sports.                                                      was enjoyed by all ages and filled the seats of
   Also in the spring, St. Martin’s and the                        St. Martin’s Solomon Theater. Our School was
Michael Edward Wanek Memorial Lecture                              also the host of the visiting Roedean School
Series for Faculty and Family Enrichment                           Choir from Johannesburg, South Africa. These
brought Dr. Matthew Davidson to St.                                high school girls entertained the entire St.
Martin’s. Dr. Davidson spoke to parents and                        Martin’s community (and the Greater New
faculty and the public on “Practical Strategies                    Orleans community with a performance at Jazz       StM 2nd graders perform on the LS
for Successful Parenting.” He discussed                            Fest) with their vocal talents and also put in a   playground during their Maypole festivities
strategies for developing performance character                    service day with Habitat for Humanity in New
and moral character in youth. Dr. Davidson                         Orleans’ Ninth Ward.
is the President and Director of the Institute                        Our Upper School students also fared
for Excellence & Ethics. A frequent national                       extremely well at the Literary Fair this year,
presenter, Dr. Davidson is a member of the                         with many honors awarded to our students.
Blue Ribbon Panel for the National Schools of
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                                                                                                                                       Courtland Roberts ’12 received the Don
                                                                       (left) Brandon Roohi '14 and Alexandra Kern ’14, with Betsy Schwartz Dean's Award from Jane Caine
                                                                       Kaston ’72, were the Citizenship Award recipients for 6th
                                                                       grade. (top) Deacon Debbie Scalia congratulates Schilling Award
                                                                       winner Emily Bryan(left) and the Runners-Up

                                                                                        Marjorie Conatser Award
                                                                                        Gerald L. Martin

                                                                                        MIDDLE SCHOOL
                                                                                        Highest Class Average
                                                                                        Sixth Grade
                                                                                        Ali Lange                                    James Conatser '13, with Kate Marchal,
                                                                                        Seventh Grade                                was honored for having the highest class
                                                                                        James Conatser                               average in 7th grade
                                                                                        Eighth Grade
                                                                                        Shaital Vellanki
                                                                                        Outstanding Citizenship
                                                                                        Sixth Grade
                                                                                        Alexandra Kern
                                                                                        Brandon Roohi
                                                                                        Seventh Grade
                                                                                        Jessie Troxler
                                                                                        Paul Alvendia
                                                                                        Eighth Grade
                                                                                                                                     Marjorie Conatser Award recipient Gerald
                                                                                        Shaital Vellanki                             Martin '15 with Marge Conatser
                                                                                        Blaise Jurisich
Headmaster’s Achievement Award recipients       ACADEMIC AWARDS                         Dean’s Award
Elizabeth Holden ’10 and Spike Hosch ’08
                                                                                        Courtland Roberts                            National Merit Commended
                                                LOWER SCHOOL                                                                         Scholar
                                                Fifth Grade                             UPPER SCHOOL                                 Parker Bossier
                                                Schilling Award                         Salutatorian                                 Sophie Koch
                                                Emily Bryan                             James Matthews                               Erwin Kristel
                                                Schilling Award                         V aledictorian                               Donald Muller
                                                Runners-Up                              Stephanie Holden                             Troy Patterson
                                                John “Jack” Brown                       National Merit Finalist
                                                Rivers K. Bruce                         Recognition:
                                                Alex P. Monier                          Alegra Grieb
                                                Tiffany M. Tavassoli                    Stephanie Holden
                                                Millican Cup                            Spike Hosch
                                                Alexander P. Monier                     James Matthews
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HEADMASTER’S                       O.E. HARING MEMORIAL               THE MICHAEL JOHN
ACHIEVEMENT AWARD                  SCHOLARSHIP AWARD                  MOSELEY AWARD
Presented annually to the          Selected by the Head of            Commemorating the
young man and young woman          School and the school clergy       outstanding record that was
who have attained the highest      from nominations given by          established at St. Martin’s by
academic average for the school    the faculty, this award is given   Michael John Moseley, class
year while lettering in two or     to a junior student who has        of 1967, who was a scholar
more sports.                       set an example of exemplary        and gave us leadership in
Elizabeth Holden ’10 and           Christian citizenship on the       service and athletics, this award
Spike Hosch ’08                    campus, through whose efforts      is given to a student chosen
                                   a significant contribution         by the Student Council who
THE DR. W. BROOKS                  was made to the religious          is outstanding in athletics,
EMORY SCHOLARSHIP                  life of the school, and who        scholarship, and service.           Michelle Taylor ’09 - recipient of the John F.
AWARD                              maintained a commendable           Spike Hosch ’08                     Aker Award with Michelle Scandurro
Established in 2004 by             academic record.
Dorothy Dorsa Porter, this         Jane Ball ’09                      ST. MARTIN’S
award is given to a member                                            CITIZENSHIP AWARDS
of the sophomore class,            THE COATNEY                        Each year two students, chosen
selected by the Upper School       LEADERSHIP AWARD                   by the Upper School faculty,
Head, who exemplifies Faith,       Presented to a junior student      receive this award which is
Scholarship and Service. Mrs.      who has been selected by           based on character, courage,
Porter chose to honor Dr.          the members of junior class        scholarship, leadership, and
Emory’s professional efforts       from nominations made by           service.
and their long-time friendship     the Upper School faculty.          Stephanie Holden ’08 and
by leaving this legacy gift in     A Coatney leader guides by         Katherine Peck ’08
her estate. Funds generated        example and takes effective                                            Gustaf Westfeldt Award recipient - Conway
from this gift provide a modest    action based upon thorough         MILDRED ELLIS HERRON                Solomon ’10 with Eileen Beckman
scholarship for the recipient’s    knowledge of a particular          MEMORIAL AWARD
junior year.                       situation with concern for the     Chosen by the Upper School
Molly Adolph ’10                   good of St. Martin’s students      faculty and administration, this
                                   and the greater community          award is given to a senior girl
GUSTAF R. WESTFELDT,               as well. Further he/she gives      who exemplifies an enthusiasm
JR. AWARD                          graciously of his/her time and     for life, school spirit, and true
Established in 1966 by the         skills, thus inspiring others to   friendship not only to the St.
trustees to be given annually      do likewise.                       Martin’s community but to the
to the sophomore student           Maryclaire Manard ’09              community at large, in memory
at St. Martin’s who has been                                          of Millie Herron ’88.
of outstanding service to the      THE JOHN F. AKER                   Hannah Lea ’08
school and community without       AWARD
thought of recognition or          Commemorating our affection        E. O. VAN SLATE SERVICE             Dr. Brooks Emory ’60 congratulates Award
praise, but out of a desire to     and respect for a former           AWARD                               recipient Molly Adolph ’10
be helpful. The award is given     colleague and English teacher,     Publicly recognizing the respect
to a student, chosen by the        this award is given to a           and affection of the faculty for
sophomore class from a list        junior whose effort, example,      their former Head of School,
of nominees from the Upper         and character have made an         this award is given by the Head
School faculty, who is noted       outstanding contribution to        of School to a senior who has
for attitude, effort, example,     the life of St. Martin’s School.   shown outstanding service to
and service.                       The recipient is selected by a     the school.
Conway Solomon ’10                 majority vote of the Upper         Laurie Clotworthy ’08
                                   School faculty.
                                   Michelle Taylor ’09
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                                            SPIRIT OF ST. MARTIN’S
                                            AWARD
                                            This award is given to that
                                            member of the senior class
                                            who, in the respect of the
                                            upper school faculty, best
                                            possesses and represents the
                                            qualities characteristic of our
                                            school: Faith, Scholarship, and
                                            Service.
                                            James Matthews ’08




                                                                              Soccer's MVP Ben Schwertz ’08 accepts his award from Coach Al Silvas

                                                                              TENNIS (2008)                               SWIMMING (2007)
                                                                              Most Improved (Girl)                        Most Improved (Girl)
                                                                              Christina Thomas                            Sarah Breisacher
                                                                              Most Valuable (Girl)                        Most Valuable (Girl)
                                                                              Sarah Rothschild                            Ellie Simmons
                                                                              Coach’s Award (Girl)                        Coach’s Award (Girl)
                                                                              Mary Lago & Spencer                         Merryn Guidry
                                                                              Schlesinger                                 Spirit Award (Girl)
                                                                              Most Improved (Boy)                         Elizabeth Holden
                                                                              Chet Vaughn                                 Most Improved (Boy)
                                                                              Most Valuable (Boy)                         Sam Maynard
Baseball Coach Frank Cazeaux presents
Troy Patterson ’08 with the Most Valuable   ATHLETIC AWARDS                   Joey Provenzano                             Most Valuable (Boy)
Player Award                                                                                                              Chet Vaughn
                                            TRACK & FIELD (2008)              GOLF (2008)                                 Coach’s Award
                                            Most Improved (Girl)              Most Valuable (Girl)                        Andrew Pancamo
                                            Morgan Augillard                  Clare Ripoll                                Spirit Award (Boy)
                                            Most Valuable (Girl)              Most Valuable (Boy)                         Parker Bossier
                                            Amy Perkins & Samantha            James Matthews
                                            Farber                            Most Improved (Boy)                         SOCCER (2007-2008)
                                            Coach’s Award (Girl)              Ben Weaver                                  Most Improved (Girl)
                                            Madi Marullo                                                                  Sarah Hugg
                                            Spirit Award (Girl)               BASEBALL (2008)                             Most Valuable (Girl)
                                            Macie Lunyong                     Most Improved                               Madison Marullo
                                            Most Improved (Boy)               Doug Collins                                Coach’s Award (Girl)
                                            Michael Ascuitto                  Most Valuable                               Elizabeth Holden
                                            Most Valuable (Boy)               Troy Patterson                              Spirit Award (Girl)
                                            Paul Freese                       Coach’s Award                               Alexandra Humphreys
                                            Spirit Award (Boy)                Stephen Gieger                              Most Improved (Boy)
                                            Brandon Campbell                  Spirit Award                                Taylor Nielson
                                            Coach’s Award (Boy)               Zack Callaway                               Most Valuable (Boy)
                                            Robert Breaux                                                                 Ben Schwertz
                                            Campus Spirit                                                                             11




Kyle Ridley ’08 receives the Most Valuable Offensive Player Award in football from Coach
Guy Farber

                                                                                           Ellie Simmons ’09, with her Coach Kier McGuire, was the MVP for Girls Swimming at
Coach’s Award (Boy)                            Most Valuable Defense
                                                                                           St. Martin’s.
Michael Smilari                                Don Muller
Spirit Award (Boy)                             Coach’s Award                               Spirit Award (Boy)                         ROBERT PETIT AWARD
James Matthews                                 Robert Breaux                               Brandon Campbell                           Madi Marullo
                                               Spirit Award                                Spirit Award (Girl)
BASKETBALL (2007-2008)                         Brant McConnell                             Laura Coatney                              JUDY KETCHUM BAEHR
Most Improved (Girl)                                                                                                                  AWARD
Kathryn Burkenstock                            VOLLEYBALL (2007)                           CHEERLEADING                               Trevor McQueen & Macie
Most Valuable (Girl)                           Most Improved                               (2007-2008)                                Lunyong
Amy Perkins                                    GiGi Lossi                                  Most Valuable
Coach’s Award (Girl)                           Most Valuable                               Sarah Beth Eumont                          GLEN “ABE” MARTIN
Sam Lange                                      Amy Perkins                                 Most Improved                              AWARD
Spirit Award (Girl)                            Coach’s Award                               Ashlynn McConnell                          Thomas Schwartz
Kimberly Iberico                               Molly Hoolahan                              Coach’s Award
Most Improved (Boy)                            Spirit Award                                Taylor Michals                             JAMES BURLINGAME
Matt Higgins                                   Maryclaire Manard                           Spirit Award                               AWARD
Most Valuable (Boy)                                                                        Ashleigh Waters                            Stephen Gieger
Thomas Schwartz                                CROSS COUNTRY (2007)
Coach’s Award (Boy)                            Most Improved (Girl)                        SPIRIT AWARD                               E. DOUGLAS JOHNSON
Taylor Harkness                                Michelle Taylor                             Jane Caine                                 AWARD
Spirit Award (Boy)                             Most Valuable (Girl)                                                                   Amy Perkins
Ben Amoss                                      Shannon O’Malley                            TONY PORTER AWARD
                                               Most Improved (Boy)                         Macie Lunyong & Robert
FOOTBALL (2007)                                Michael Ascuitto                            Breaux
Most Improved Offense                          Most Valuable (Boy)
Bobby Korrapati                                Paul Freese                                 DAVE RICE AWARD
Most Improved Defense                          Coach’s Award (Boy)                         Taylor Harkness & Alegra
Alex Lawhon                                    Trevor McQueen                              Grieb
Most Valuable Offense                          Coach’s Award (Girl)
Kyle Ridley                                    Alex Humphreys
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The Graduating Class of 2008




Shayan Ahsan Kabeer Ahmed                        Rhodes College     James Lloyd Matthews                       Stanford University
Michelle Elizabeth Borrello                   Auburn University     William Alexander Crutcher McAshan University of Mississippi
Parker Holt Bossier                       Vanderbilt University     Trevor Price McQueen                          Loyola University
David Eugene Bremermann Jr.                  Mississippi College    Ethan Kelly McRaney                  University of Mississippi
Margaret Brooke Bruton                   University of Arkansas     Thomas Sellers Meric III      Washington and Lee University
Catherine Tucker Burr                    St. Edward’s University    Kayla S. Morel              Southeastern Louisiana University
Zachary Callaway             Savannah College of Art & Design       Donald A. Muller Jr.                Louisiana State University
Ruth Brashaun Carter                           Loyola University    Devin P. Mullin                               Loyola University
Laurie Elizabeth Clotworthy                      Rhodes College     Troy Lenhard Patterson, Jr.         Louisiana State University
Giancarlo Michael D’Agostaro                  DePaul University     Katherine Brandt Peck                      Dartmouth College
Stephanie Michelle Denn                       Indiana University    Jana Nicole Podret                  Louisiana State University
Dustin Frank DiSalvo                University of New Orleans       Brian Jeffrey Pretus                          Loyola University
Michael Edmund Golden                   University of Delaware      Alexander James Price                         Loyola University
Alegra Victoria Grieb                          Tulane University    Morgan Emily Prieur                  University of Mississippi
Taylor Geoffrey Harkness        Southern Methodist University       Jordan Robert Queen                           Loyola University
Jordan Paul Harry                    Louisiana State University     Kevin Michael Quinet                          Rowan University
Brittany Michell Hidalgo             Louisiana State University     Kyle Christopher Ridley             Louisiana State University
Stephanie Eileen Holden                           Yale University   Clare Angélle Ripoll                          Tulane University
Augustine Anthony Hosch Sewanee: The University of the South        Erin Alexandra Rose                          Auburn University
Desmond Douglas Howard III            University of Mississippi     Priscilla Leigh Schlesinger         Louisiana State University
Alexandra Nicole Humphreys           Louisiana State University     Thomas Bennett Bacon Schwartz           College of Charleston
Jack Patrick Hurley             Southern Methodist University       Benjamin Lewis Schwertz                 College of Charleston
Philip Andrew Jungeblut              Louisiana State University     Emily Elaine Seelig                     University of Alabama
Wade Hampton Kimbro                            Loyola University    Larry William Tillman, Jr.          Louisiana State University
Sophia Byrne Koch               Georgia Institute of Technology     John Henry Truett, III               University of Mississippi
Srinivas Korrapati                   Louisiana State University     Mei Wang                      Illinois Institute of Technology
Erwin Kosal Kristel                            Trinity University   Edward Perry Watts III               University of Mississippi
Hallie-Marie Elliott Kuhn                            Coe College    Michael Benton Weaver                University of Mississippi
Lauren Alice Lamb                         Texas State University    Richard A. Weigand Jr.                        Loyola University
Hannah Claire Lea                              Trinity University   Jessika Marie Whitbeck                  College of Charleston
Giovanna F. Lossi                              Tulane University    Sara Emily Wice                         College of Charleston
Macie Jenai Lunyong                              Rhodes College     Hayes C. Young                      Louisiana State University
                                 Campus Spirit                                                              13



2008 Valedictorian Stephanie Holden’s Commencement Speech
   Life as a journey—it’s a common theme, a           encouraged to truly look at the world, but one in
common idea. And it’s one that Dr. Rex Mooney         particular is of note; in 3rd or 4th grade (I can’t
is distinctly uncomfortable with. Doc recently        remember which), we were given a strange and
wrote a letter to all of the seniors for the senior   novel project—we were each of us to become
magazine. In that letter, he said that the idea       inventors. We were told to identify a problem,
of life as a journey makes him “very uneasy”;         come up with an invention to fix it, and then
“I have never been able to figure out where           to actually create the invention. Needless to say,
the supposed journey began,” he said, “and I          most of the inventions were pretty simple. I
certainly have no clear idea where it is headed.      decided that, bookworm as I was (and still am),
Maybe there is no journey at all.” I read Doc’s       I would create a hat with a light on it so that
letter when the senior magazine came out, and I       you could read when it was dark—because most
                                                                                                                     Stephanie Holden
smiled because this was not the first time I had      book-lights are inconvenient. The only problem
                                                                                                                 St.M’s 2008 Valedictorian
run across this idea—that life might not be a         was that the light that I duct-taped to a spare
journey—but that was only because this was not        baseball cap was so heavy that the tape kept
the first time I had run across Doc.                  getting pulled off the hat, and, when I finally
   Doc first introduced me to this curious notion     got it to stay on, the hat was so bulky that it was
in my Humanities class, which he and Mrs.             even more bothersome than a conventional book-
Scandurro teach together. He gave the entire          light. I displayed my invention anyway. Despite
class—six people—a photocopied sheet with             the fact that almost nobody invented anything
a quote on it by the writer Vladimir Nabokov.         usable, the whole thing was a good experience
It read as follows: “The unfortunate image of         because it taught us to be innovative and to come
a ’road’ to which the human mind has become           up with ways to solve our problems—without
accustomed (life as a kind of journey) is a           turning to someone or something else.
stupid illusion: we are not going anywhere, we           I know there were many other times in lower
are sitting at home. The other world surrounds        school when we were introduced to new ideas
us always and is not at all at the end of some        and concepts, but I cannot remember them all,
pilgrimage.” This quote of Doc’s soon surfaced        though I trust that they have stuck with me in
on the midterm he gave us, which was on Pilgrim’s     some fashion. Likewise, I can’t really recall all
Progress—the ultimate book about life as a            of the moments in middle school in which we
journey.                                              discovered new things. I do remember Dia de los
   Though Doc was probably the only person            Muertos, Asia Day, Elizabethan Day—events
to suggest to all of us to that life may not be a     like that. But the event from our middle school
journey, he was certainly not the only one at St.     years that really sticks out in my mind is the
Martin’s who tried to teach us to think out of        Hunger Banquet. The Hunger Banquet was Mrs.
the box. St. Martin’s was always a place where        Kaston’s way of showing us what it’s like to be
we were encouraged to consider things from all        poor and what the ratio of poor to middle class
angles, to look with wisdom at the world around       to rich looks like. Before the Hunger Banquet
us. We were taught, in short, to think—to think       we all drew cards telling us which class we were.
for ourselves. Doc, of course, is a master at         Most people in the grade were poor—they each
teaching students to think, but in lower school       got to eat a small bowl of rice; a slightly smaller
and middle school we were always invited to           number of people were middle class—they ate
expand our horizons by looking at things in new       red beans and rice. About 8 people were rich—
and different ways, and Doc is by no means the        we, for I happily was among them, ate chicken
only teacher in the high school to open students’     tenders, salad, and a number of other things,
eyes to new ideas.                                    including dessert. It should not have been, but
   Looking back at our lower school years, I can      it was, fun for us, the rich, to lord it over the
think of numerous instances in which we were          middle class and poor, and to tempt them with
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                                         our chicken tenders, which were at the time the       Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, for she not
                                         most popular meal at St. Martin’s. Despite the        only showed us a Bollywood movie—Devdas—
                                         fact that we all made light of the day, eating        but she also orchestrated a trip to one of the
                                         snacks later if we hadn’t had enough food—            few Indian restaurants in New Orleans. She
                                         which was likely—or giggling at how lucky we          taught us all to see things through the eyes of
                                         were, I think that all of us realized that day what   her bobble-head, Father Freud, and she taught
                                         it meant to be poor at least on some level. Even      me that post-modernism is almost completely
                                         those of us who got chicken fingers recognized        pointless, despite her best efforts to prove
                                         the hunger of poverty.                                otherwise. This year, she also demonstrated to
                                            Unlike in lower and middle school, our             us that stepping up to the plate, even when you
                                         learning experiences in high school have all been     aren’t entirely sure you want to, is a great thing
                                         different, as we have all taken disparate classes.    to do and that if you accept a challenge, you can
                                         However, most of us have, at some point or            rise up to meet it and, in fact, rise above it.
                                         another, been taught by the vast majority of             So many of our teachers in high school
                                         the teachers in the upper school. We have thus        taught us things that were unrelated to their
                                         discovered many of the same things through            academic subjects—Mrs. Quinet; Dr. Vaccaro;
                                         them. Doc, of course, is the prime example,           Mrs. Gamble; and Mrs. Klebba; Mrs. Greer,
                                         with his comments about life not being a              Dr. Lesley, and Senor Perez, who no longer
                                         journey and his insistence on using the word          teach at St. Martin’s. I cannot list them all, but
Stephanie delivering her Valedictorian   “practice” instead of “tradition” for something       all of them added things to our high school
speech at graduation                     that hasn’t been a “tradition” for more than a        experiences and showed us that there are always
                                         few years. Doc, however, is only the beginning.       new vistas to be explored, and I trust that they
                                         Almost every teacher in the high school has, in       will continue to do so for all the students of
                                         some fashion, attempted to show us that there         the future. The one thing that truly makes St.
                                         is always a new way of viewing something, that        Martin’s special is her teachers, who do more
                                         there is always another angle. Mr. Marsalis, with     for the school and for the students than can
                                         his habit of telling tall tales, has taught us to     ever be imagined. Every day they busily teach us
                                         question. Mr. Marsalis’ claims that he went to        something new, in the classroom and out, and
                                         school with Pythagoras and attended Plato’s           they encourage us to expand our horizons, to
                                         Academy were of course never believed, but his        recognize that things may not be as they seem,
                                         story about a man who invented “slow glass”—          that we should analyze them and then make up
                                         which light supposedly took years and years to        our own minds.
                                         pass through—was in fact believed by a junior in         Doc, who thinks that life is not a journey,
                                         the A.P. Calculus class. Unlike Mr. Marsalis, Dr.     would not necessarily have us all believe this.
                                         Warzeski always tells the truth, so he could not      Rather, he would have us all think about it,
                                         offer us lessons in detecting lies. He taught us      recognize that the “unfortunate image of a
                                         astronomy instead. Whenever we learned about          ‘road’ ” has been ingrained in our minds, and
                                         something in physics that related to astronomy,       then come to an educated conclusion about the
                                         DWar threw in a lecture. We discussed black           matter. For myself, I have yet to decide whether
                                         holes and how to find them, how stars form            I think that life is a journey or whether I hold
                                         and how they die. We did not learn about string       with Doc’s idea—or a different one. I’m not
                                         theory or dark matter, much to the chagrin of         entirely sure that a journey and a “gathering of
                                         many students, myself included, because DWar          experiences that…add up to an education”—
                                         said he didn’t know enough about either. And          which is what Doc suggests that life is—are two
                                         yet, we learned so much about the universe;           mutually exclusive things. I’m still puzzling it all
                                         DWar truly showed us all that the Earth is just       out. I know, however, that without St. Martin’s,
                                         a small part of everything and that there is so       the question would never even have arisen for
                                         much that no one can yet understand.                  me, and, when the time comes for me to decide
                                            Mrs. Scandurro also taught us many things.         what I think about this, or about anything else,
                                         She introduced the majority of my Humanities          St. Martin’s and her teachers will have prepared
                                         class to Indian food and culture when we read         me—will have prepared us all—to do so.
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2008 Salutatorian James Matthews’ Commencement Speech
                                              next decade and a half I might as well             were going to encounter, teachers and
                                              enjoy my time here and find someone to             upperclassmen alike. And while most of
                                              hang out with. So I turned to my right,            us had to struggle with Mrs. Beckman’s
                                              and sitting there next to me was my still          papers, we were all able to get through
                                              good friend Ed Watts. Ed and my other              our first year. After a freshman year filled
                                              friends helped me get through my first             with anxiety, I was able to settle into my
                                              rough year at St. Martin’s which was full          surroundings and begin the rest of my
                                              of terrible days of almost non-stop free           high school career. In my sophomore and
                                              play with the occasional reading and               junior years, I finally began to find my
                                              writing lesson.                                    core group of friends. I finally became
                                                 From here, I skip to third grade. Now           friends with some kids who had arrived
                   James Matthews             this isn’t to say that kindergarten through        the year before, and I finally came to
              St.M’s 2008 Salutatorian        second grade weren’t important years, but          define my group of friends that I hang
                                              the only memory that sticks out is Troy            out with today. However, while I was
                                              running into a tree. But it was in third grade     meeting new people and trying new things,
                                              that I became good friends with a few other        I now realize that I had lost touch with
                                              people. For the next year or two, we engaged       some of my first few friends. I had, in a
                                              in a series of antics, which included water        way, forgotten about some of the friends
   Good evening all friends and family to     ballooning cars on Metairie Road, playing          I had gained in lower school. And while
the graduation ceremony for the Class of      Nintendo until the sun came up, and just           I realized that this was happening, I, for
2008. When I was told that I would be         generally doing stupid stuff. But, I now           some reason, chose to continue on that
giving the Salutatorian speech, my first      realize, I had become really good friends          path until I began my senior year. It was in
thought was, “Wow, I don’t even know          with some of my classmates I hadn’t really         my senior year that I began to purposely
how to spell Salutatorian,” but I guess that known before, creating friendships that             forget petty disagreements I had had with
goes a little in the way of explaining why    would last for years to come.                      other people. Perhaps this was spurred on
I’m not giving the Valedictorian speech.         So after spending seven of the first eleven     by the sense of the coming of the end, or
But anyway, once I finally began writing      years of my life in Lower School, I, along         perhaps I just wanted to be with some of
my speech, after constant nagging from        with the rest of our grade, moved on to            my older friends for a while. Either way
my mother all week, I began thinking          Middle School. Defining this awkward stage         I realized that I had been missing out by
about what I was going to write. And after in our lives were retreats and trips that made        limiting the number of people I chose to
about a day or so, I really couldn’t think of us even better friends. And while my time in       call my friends. And now, I try to find any
anything that I thought would sound both Middle School was well spent doing these                excuse to be with some of the people I had
honest and appropriate. I certainly didn’t    activities, I feel like, once again, my greatest   forgotten about.
want to “B.S.” this speech like I managed     memories were with my friends. Whether                Finally, after seeing that all of these
to do with English papers throughout high it was laughing at Prissy for missing the              friendships I had made throughout all
school and just get by. I wanted to actually subway in D.C. or accidentally hitting              these years had lasted beyond the first year
make this speech good. So I decided that      people with pool balls at birthday parties,        or two in which they were initially formed,
I’d talk about my time at St. Martin’s,       we enjoyed our time with each other as we          I realized that my friends have not only
something really meaningful to me.            began our adolescence.                             helped me get through my experience at St.
   So, day one: I was sitting in Mrs. Vogt’s     Finally, I arrived in high school, and as I     Martin’s but have defined my experience at
pre-k classroom probably wondering            arrived so did many others who came from           St. Martin’s. So as we, the Class of 2008,
where I was and why my mom who always other schools. Some of us may have been                    gather again tonight for the last time, I
claimed that she loved me so much had         new or had been at St. Martin’s for several        urge you all to realize what an amazing
abandoned me. But after I came to terms       years, but almost all of us were anxious           group of people make up our grade,
with this troubling dilemma, I quickly        about what we were going to encounter,             and while we may forget some of the
realized that if I was going to have to live not just by what we were expected to do             experiences we had together, we will never
through this sort of abandonment for the academically, but also by the people we                 forget the friends we made at St. Martin’s.
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2008 Commencement A ddress by L ee Klebba
   Good evening, Graduates, members and        streams and rivers, so I set out, logically or    friends, and traveled about Hokkaido with
friends of the St. Martin’s Community and      so it seemed at the time, to buy fish. But        confidence, despite driving an American
parents of graduates.                          ah, there were no fresh fish in this store;       car which had the steering wheel on the
   While this morning’s Awards Day and         the very helpful attendant pointed out a          left side even though in the 60s, the
our ceremony tonight commemorate the           rectangular box, the label of which said          Japanese drove, like the British, on the
accomplishments of the Class of 2008,          halibut, one of my favorites. I grabbed my        left side of the road. I spent most of my
I want to speak about the future; to do        purchases, hailed the bus, and went home,         time with my head out of the passenger
so, however, I’m going back in time a bit.     imagining my first cooking experience.            window, spotting to see if we could pass.
When I graduated from high school, I was       It was a disaster. When I unwrapped the           We climbed volcanoes, walked on steaming
just seventeen years old, so when I tell the   fish, it was a solid, rectangular block of        sulfur hills, attended tea ceremonies,
following story, I hope the graduates will     white. Later, when cooked, it still wasn’t        languished in communal baths, skied the
realize how close in age I was to them.        like “real” fish, particularly, as it must have   slopes of the then future 1970 winter
   I got married over spring vacation during   been thawed and refrozen a number of              Olympics, and strolled through countless
my senior year in college because my fiancé    times between stateside and Chitose.              temple complexes and museums. We
had received orders from the Army that            I knew that I could not spend eighteen         were all over Hokkaido and Honshu and
he was to report to a listening post, a        months eating rectangular fish. The next          traveled to the Philippines, Thailand, and
true symbol of the cold war, in Chitose,       day, I boarded the bus again, and as we           Hong Kong, where we visited the parents
Japan in April. After a brief honeymoon,       went through town, I had the driver drop          of one of my college classmates.
I returned to my dormitory, finished my        me at the local market. Armed with a                 I tell this anecdote, not to reveal a
studies, read numerous books about Japan’s     straw basket and determination, I entered.        past chapter in my life, but to urge the
history, religions and traditions, graduated   I was thrilled: I had not imagined that I         graduates on this stage to continue their
from college and then left for Tokyo in        would see so many species of fish, just           foreign language studies in college. I had
June. After several days of doing touristy     laying out on ice. It was like walking            had three years of Latin and five of French
things in Tokyo, we were off to the island     into a photograph of New York’s old               in high school as well as an advanced
of Hokkaido. I’ll never forget my first        Fulton Fish Market. I finally found what          French literature course in college, but
sight of the ominous and impersonal            I thought were mountain brook trout, got          during the 1960s no language outside
sounding 900 area: we were not going to        a merchant’s attention, and pulled out my         of the Western tradition was offered at
live in a picturesque cottage with sliding     yen. I was so excited, but then, as they say,     either my high school or my college. While
panels made of rice paper and tatami           the moment of truth was at hand. Neither          I could have cross registered at either
matting on the floor. No, the 900 area was     the man with whom I attempted to speak,           Harvard or MIT for Chinese, Japanese or
a field of Quonset huts. Imagine a number      nor any others nearby, could speak English        Russian, I never even thought of doing so.
ten-size Campbell soup can, enlarged           and I, alas, could not speak Japanese. My         Quite simply, the importance of acquiring
a hundred-fold, sliced in half, painted        ever ready phrase book was almost no help.        what would have been a fourth language
grungy army camouflage green, and sixty        By a combination of finger language and           never crossed my mind. Had anyone
or so of these scattered across a field of     trusting that I was given the right change        suggested it at the time, I probably would
weeds. Well, that was to be our home for       for a 1,000 yen note, about $3.00 at the          have said, “No way.”
the next eighteen months.                      then exchange rate, I left the market. My            Graduates, you are entering college in
   The day after my arrival, I rode the bus    epiphany on the way home was that if we           a new century and need to imagine how
which passed through the actual town of        were to eat nutritiously for the next year        to equip yourselves for what will, in all
Chitose to the army post, so that I could      and a half, I would have to learn Japanese.       likelihood, be a different world. My little
go to the commissary—it wasn’t called a        Since I taught school in the morning as           ninety-three year old mother certainly
market. You need to realize that I had never   well as an adult education class two nights       never imagined a world in which space
cooked anything before in my life and          a week, I was limited in my options. I            launches are almost taken for granted or
hadn’t really spent any amount of time in a    never acquired the level of mastery I             young people carry around with them
market. Having read all my books back in       would have liked to and I retain next to          not merely telephones but devices which
Boston, I knew that Tomakomai, a major         nothing today—perhaps, skoshi—but we              can display videos. She was born in
port, was not far away and that Hokkaido       learned enough Japanese that for eighteen         1915 before World War I and before the
was mountainous with many freshwater           months, we ate fresh foods, made Japanese         nineteenth amendment which gave women
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the right to vote; it was a time when many      a country which many citizens of the US
white people emasculated black men by           do not know is the world’s most populous
calling them “boy.” And now she can watch       democracy. The summer before last, my
a white woman and an African-American           husband and I spent a little over three
man duke it out for the right to run for        weeks in China. When I stood in the Bund
President of the United States. In an           area of Shanghai, in front of the Peace
unusual blending of social change with          Hotel which had been built in 1906 and
advancements in technology, she can see all     I looked across the river to Pudong, a city
this in color on her large screen television    of over a million people which in 1990
set. She lives in a world that few imagined     was farm land, and tried to process all the
when she graduated from high school.            modern architecture, including the tallest
Yes, there were Dick Tracy with his two         tower in China, the highest hotel in the
way wrist radio and science fiction novels,     world, a maglev train, and futuristic tunnel
but all those were fiction. You, my dear        ride under the river and so much more, this
graduates, are part of a real, dynamic and      English teacher was almost speechless and
even more rapidly changing world, one for       could only say, “Wow!”
which I want you to be prepared.                   Beyond Asia and the sub-continent,
   In terms of your college careers, I          you might consider that Russia, a sort of
hope you’ll consider starting to study a        a hybrid when it comes to the Western
new foreign language and to plan on a           tradition, is still the largest country in
semester abroad. When you register for          the world in area and the world’s second
your college classes this fall, I want all of   largest oil producer after Saudi Arabia.
you to think beyond the Western tradition       The twenty-one seniors who took Russian
                                                                                               Lee Klebba delivering her address at graduation 2008
and follow the examples of some recent          literature with me this past year know it’s
St. Martin’s graduates. Ben Bologna and         one of my old favorites as I have made
Ellen Cunningham are currently studying         five trips since 1971, with a short visit      The purpose of language—any and all
Chinese, as China is now an economic            scheduled for this summer.                     languages—is to communicate and foster
powerhouse. Will DePass studied Japanese           I have been talking about foreign           understanding between individuals and
and is, as I speak, in Japan. Or you could      languages and travels tonight but, as an       societies, to inspire and elevate mankind,
be like our own Mrs. Flanagan who studied       English teacher, I do want to take a few       not to demean and hurt, to expand one’s
Arabic while at the University of Chicago       minutes before closing to share some words     horizons, and through reading, to lead us
or the head of the New Orleans World            with you about your own language. One of       into John Keats’s “realms of gold.”
Trade Center, Gene Schreiber, who speaks        my favorite poets, William Butler Yeats, in      In closing, I feel very sentimental about
a number of African languages.                  a very early poem “The Happy Shepherd,”        the class of 2008 as I have taught many of
   In addition to learning a new language,      written in 1885, said “words alone are         them for three years. I hope some will take
I urge you to spend a semester abroad.          certain good,” a phrase which has been         my advice and follow the lead of recent
Our eighteen months in Japan were a great       something of a mantra for me since first       graduates or that some underclassmen in
adventure, and I want each of you to have       reading the poem in 1972. During your          the audience will sign up for St. Martin’s
a great adventure. Certainly if you are a       four years of high school, you have heard      new elective in Chinese language and
classics major like recent graduate Jessica     Mel Gibson’s drunken anti-Semitic ravings,     culture which Mrs. Scandurro recently
Wise, you’ll be off to Rome; if you major       the racist rant of Seinfeld comedian           announced. However, the rest of this
in French, to France; in Spanish, to Spain      Michael Richards, and the deeply offensive     evening belongs to the seniors and their
or Latin America; in art history, to almost     comments of Don Imus. I want you to            families. Congratulations graduates. Thank
anywhere in the world, and the list goes        recall that in Grendel, which was for many     you.
on. However, if business or law is in your      of you, your favorite book during high
future or if you just want exposure to a        school, that John Gardner did not wrestle
language and culture shared by millions         only with existentialism and a host of
of your fellow inhabitants of this planet,      other “isms” but also with language itself.
consider studying in Asia, like Will, or        And in that struggle the shaper, who
the sub-continent. For example, India is        was the poet, not the dragon, was right.
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Baccalaureate Sermon Given by Susan Godchaux

                                                                J  eremiah 29:11
                              For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord, plans to prosper
                                    you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
                                                                        •••
                            FAITH-SCHOLARSHIP-SERVICE                        dancer, racecar driver, fireman (cool pole to
                            WHO DO YOU WANT TO BE?                           slide down), a football player, a drummer, and a
   Susan Godchaux
                             Have you ever had a sales pitch made to you?    meteorologist. Now that you’ve grown up many
                            That relentless salesman who tries to get        of these answers have changed and will change a
                         you to buy something he is selling! Most of         dozen more times.
                         you have your own salesman story about high            But what is more important is not what you
                         pressure or flattering fakeness. Well, my story     want to be but - Who do you want to be!
                         is about Mr. Marsalis’ sales pitch to me last          Maria Shriver Schwartzenagger just wrote
                         December.                                           a book entitled “Just Who Will You Be” and
                            Mr. Marsalis usually roams around the            I want to give her credit for the question.
                         Middle School hall looking for one thing:           Remember, it’s not what will you be when you
                         runners! Either potential new members for the       grow up, but “Who do you want to be?”
                         Cross Country team or the track team. So that          Traditionally, the Baccalaureate was a farewell
                         December day was a little different. He came        sermon, drawing on scripture, delivered to
                         directly into my room. After exchanging typical     a graduating class by a clergyman the day
                         “hellos” he got into his sales pitch. No…           before commencement. It is backward looking,
                         he wasn’t asking me to buy a subscription to        nostalgic—It binds us to our shared past. For
                         “Runner’s World” or take a chance on a raffle       us at StM we have our Senior Chapel that looks
                         for the early time slot at the prom chaperoning.    back and remembers the good times and fun we
                         He asked me if I would speak to you tonight         had a member of this community for four or
                         for your baccalaureate. Immediately I said          fourteen years!
                         “Thanks but no thanks”—“I don’t teach in the           But notice, you did not have a senior fair
                         Upper School any more”—“I don’t even know           or skating party! You had a Senior Chapel.
                         the new students who entered StM after 8th          So I would say that FAITH is something that
                         grade.” “No,” I kept saying, “get a good speaker,   would have an influence on WHO YOU WILL
                         I don’t want to disappoint them.” And here          BECOME.
                         comes the sales pitch – the curve ball, the knock      Susan Estrich, a newspaper columnist, wrote
                         out line—as he quietly walked out the door, he      about gifts and giving during last Christmas
                         said                                                season. She said that if all the gifts you ever
                            “You’ll disappoint them more if you              look for are wrapped up under the tree then
                         don’t”….                                            you’re missing the true gift. The gift is faith
                            So, here I am. To share some thoughts about      in something larger and knowing who you
                         where you’ve been and where you’re going. IS        are. I would simplify it by saying faith helps
                         THERE LIFE AFTER STM? We are all about              determine who you will become. Faith is one of
                         ready to find out!                                  the parts of the StM motto.
                            Do you remember when you were little being          Now, I don’t mean a faith where you know
                         asked the question, ”What do you want to be         all the prayers, or when to kneel, or what
                         when you grow up?” Just from a quick survey         comes next, or when to sing. It doesn’t matter
                         of some of you—you wanted to be a ballet            how many times a week you go to religious
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services or how much you put in the collection        reports, endless math problems, research papers
plate, your faith shows in your attitude toward       and all those notes you took (thanks, Doc!).
others. Father Millican has guided you through        All of that helped prepare you for more of the
chapel services the past few years and many           same in college. We believe scholarship is an
of you have sat as passive onlookers. He was          important part of our motto.
the star performing on stage and you were the            In case you haven’t looked at the list of
audience. True faith comes when you break             college destinations for the Class of 2008 it
from that mold, when you realize that YOU             is quite outstanding—Yale, Tulane, Trinity,
are the performer and God is the Audience. Fr.        Vanderbilt, Georgia Tech, Loyola, Stanford,
Millican is just the technical director!              Dartmouth, SMU, Sewanee, six to Ole
   You are the star of the show! Faith is you as      Miss, five to College of Charleston, three to
the rock star with God and his paparazzi angels       Rhodes, some to small schools and some to
watching your every move! Faith is believing that     large state universities—and of course I can’t
you are a part of something bigger than you but       forget the ELEVEN of you coming up in my
not more important than you individually.             neighborhood at LSU—GO TIGERS!
   Faith isn’t religion but a willingness to think       As Albert Einstein said, “Wisdom is not a
past yourself to a spiritual connection. As the       product of schooling but of the long attempt to
book of Hebrews in the Bible puts it, “Faith is       acquire it.” Keep going on that road.
being sure of what you hope for and certain of           Keep answering the hard questions, keep
what you can not see.” Use your faith to blend        thinking deeply and analyzing critically.
sense and sensitivity in your life. Others will see       Yes, you are thinkers, scholars, but you are
that as a positive good. It will help mold WHO        also doers. For many students, intellect does not
YOU WILL BE.                                          always translate into caring. Deep thinking may
   Now, while some of you may have chosen to          not lead to thoughtful soul searching. Good
come to StM for the religious instruction most        grades do not always come with a good heart.
of you came for the strong academic reputation        But at StM we have aspired to educate you on
the school has in the community. The second           both levels. Like a scale, it is best if both sides
word of our motto is SCHOLARSHIP. Years               are balanced. In our pursuit of excellence in
ago I overheard a StM mother state that she           the classroom we’ve tried to balance it with the
did not see the need for her son, an athlete but      pursuit of excellence in our interaction with
not tops in his class academically, to be forced      others.
to come to the academic awards ceremony. She             Are we good sports on the fields of athletics?
thought if her child were forced to attend for        Are we gracious in victory or defeat? Do we
academics all the other non-athletic students         help others with no thought of “what’s in it for
should be forced to attend the athletic banquet,      me”? Do we share the gifts and blessing we have
which honors star athletes. I was weighing my         with others? Are we good stewards of God’s
options as whether to say something to this           creation? Do we embrace diversity?
mom when another parent chimed in rather                 This leads to the third part of our
forcefully, “That’s what StM is here for, to train    motto—SERVICE—although I would
our children academically!”                           like to temporarily change the word to
   I do admit I love watching StM athletics and       CHARACTER. We think of service as Habitat
believe as Dr. Beedy has stated so often that         for Humanity, Second Harvest, One New
athletics is a vital area of our “educate the total   Orleans, volunteering at a hospital or nursing
child” idea of education. But I hope before           home. These are all important charities. We all
you leave StM that you have a chance to thank         recognize the efforts of Katherine Peck and
your teachers for the gifts they have given you.      others who work tirelessly to help others. We
You might not know now, but you will your             donate to the Penny Contest, give to a charity
freshman year, how much you can thank Mrs.            that collects like Vietnam Veterans or Goodwill
Beckman for all that grammar and proofreading         but for some of us that’s all there is to service.
she made you do. And don’t forget the lab                I want to tell you a story about yourselves
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                                 that you probably don’t know.                                    Personal integrity, self-discipline,
                                 Mr. Nolan does not have an                                       and a strong work ethic are gone.
                                 automobile. Most of his family          You are the star of Many students do not see the need
                                 lives in LaPlace. On many                                        to give back to the community or
                                 weekends he rides with me to         the show! Faith is you help others. I’m glad that you are
                                 LaPlace to see his family. A few
                                 weekends ago as he got into
                                                                       as the rock star with not like that.George Herbert Walker
                                                                                                     President
                                 the car, he couldn’t contain his     God and his paparazzi       Bush said any definition of a
                                 excitement as he pulled out the                                  successful life must include serving
                                 Class of 2008 Senior Magazine.        angels watching your others in an ethical moral manner.
                                 His picture was on the cover of                                  Your continuing work helping the
                                 it!! It was such a special thing to    every move! Faith is community shows your character.
                                 do for him. He serves you every
                                 day in so many ways. Choosing
                                                                       believing that you are Let it be a lifelong commitment. It
                                                                                                  will help define WHO YOU WILL
                                 him for your cover says much           a part of something BECOME.
                                 about your class. It says you value                                 During your time here we have
                                 honesty and hard work and you          bigger than you but tried to give you the tools to be all
                                 value people with those standards.                               things, to help you become a whole
                                 It means the world to Mr. Nolan        not more important person - full of potential, to gain
                                 for you to honor him in that way.                                knowledge and share it, to be smart
                                 It shows you have character and      than you individually. and sensitive. As you leave StM, you
                                 you have values. That’s why I wish                               will take with you the tools for your
                                 the word were character.                                         future – faith, a sharpened intellect
                                    Your own character development leads to          and an open heart.
                                 serving others. Too often in schools today we         Parents, you have given them deep roots.
                                 see student performance outcomes indicate that Allow them to spread their wings and fly. Lao-
                                 students are not learning character development. tzu, the celebrated Taoist philosopher, stated,
                                 Working hard, respecting themselves and others, “The journey of a thousand miles begins with
                                 integrity, and honesty are types of character       one step.” It’s about time for you to begin your
                                 development. We see some students with good         road trip! Who do you want to be?
                                 grades displaying selfish and unethical goals.        God speed, Class of 2008!


                                    Retiring Faculty and Staff




                                 retiring faculty
Suzette Adair - 20 yrs                               Susan Godchaux - 27 yrs                          Betsy Kaston - 31 yrs
Secretary to Athletic Director                      Middle School Social Studies Teacher               Middle School Art Teacher
   Secretary to MS Head                                                                            Middle School History & Life Skills
    Secretary to LS Head                                                                                         Teacher
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  Ring Day Speech by Judi Zatarain Greer ’62
   It is great to be here with the St. Martin’s      the software
family and especially the Classes of 2008 and        and it was
2009. It is hard to believe that I was sitting       fantastic.
where you are 46 years ago. It seems like            I could
yesterday except that the Class of 1962 did          input street
not have this beautiful chapel or many of the        addresses and
improvements you have enjoyed during your            send satellite
years at St. Martin’s. I know that our school has    pictures to
provided you with the best education possible        property
and a tremendous spiritual foundation. You will      owners so
always carry this with you.                          they would
   I am honored to be here and have the              know if their
opportunity to speak with you about transitions      homes were
in life. Although it is often difficult to talk      surrounded by
about oneself, I must tell you about the major       floodwaters. I
changes in my life that led to my being with you     could not tell
today.                                               if water was
   Everyone here has a common bond:                  in a specific
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Most of you             house but I
probably lived in New Orleans before Katrina,        could tell if                                       Amy Perkins ’09, Samantha Farber ’09
but I had not lived here in over 20 years. I spent   streets and yards were flooded. I spent weeks       and Ellie Simmons ’09 are all smiles after
a challenging and rewarding career with the U.S.     sending satellite pictures to family and friends,   the Ring Day Ceremony
Army Corps of Engineers and my assignments           and to people I did not know. This took so
took me to many locations, both in the United        little effort yet meant so much to so many.
States and abroad. Ten years ago, my husband            In January, I came home for a visit with my
Jack and I moved to Oregon where we thought          aunt who had recently returned to Metairie. We
we would stay forever. My son and his family         drove around and looked at the devastation in
are there so I was a happy camper.                   the city, across the lake, and on the Mississippi
   Then, there was the weekend of August 27,         Gulf Coast. One of the places we checked was
2005. I watched the progress of Hurricane            a friend’s home in Lakewood South. When
Katrina on television until it made landfall         leaving, I told my aunt, “Someone designed that
on the 29th. I gave a sigh of relief after           house for me.” That night, I called my husband
landfall knowing we had been spared. But the         and asked what he would think about moving
unthinkable happened and levees began failing.       home. He light-heartedly said, “You mean
I watched TV continuously, watching looters          Montana” (that is his home).
in disbelief and watching so many lives being           I returned home and a few weeks later we
shattered. When I saw the water on Napoleon          made another trip to New Orleans. During this
Avenue at Dryades Street, just a block from          trip, we decided to make the move. We sold our
where I had lived on Baronne Street, I was           home in Oregon for full price in just four days.
overwhelmed. How could this happen to my             That is when I knew our move was ordained.
city?                                                We then bought our friend’s home in Lakewood
   Like many, I spent hours and days attempting      South.
to reach friends and relatives. I wanted to             If you wonder why we decided to return, I
help but did not know what I could do from           felt with all my heart that I had to be part of
2,600 miles away. My husband suggested               the solution. I do not know how many times
Google Earth; we had seen it used during             or to how many people I have said those exact
news broadcasts on television. I downloaded          words over the last two years. Never in my life
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had I felt so compelled to take a specific      was closed in 2007, there are now a total        My goals were selfish: I needed to be
action. I did not know what I was going to      of 12 Beacons in the City, located from          part of the solution. I achieved personal
do—just that there was something I had          Lakeview to the Lower Ninth Ward. I can          rewards I never envisioned, as well as some
to do.                                          honestly tell you that nothing I have done       unexpected public recognition. When my
   To make a long story short, on March         has been as gratifying or fulfilling as my       picture appeared on the front pages of
31, 2006, we began our journey south            work with the Beacon of Hope Resource            City Business and the Times Picayune’s
with our new travel trailer in tow. Today       Center.                                          Living Section, I had my 15 minutes of
we are grateful that we were not qualified         I recount the above to establish a            fame, twice over. However, when the New
for a formaldehyde-ridden FEMA trailer.         framework to discuss transitions that occur      Orleans City Council honored me with the
We moved onto our front lawn on April           in life.                                         presentation of the City’s Proclamation in
7, 2006 and lived in our trailer for 8 days        As members of the Class of 2009, you          April 2007, I was overwhelmed. I relay this
less than a year. When we arrived with          will find changes beginning during your          to emphasize that when transitions in life
our trailer, we were the 18th family to         senior year. Receiving your rings today          are faced in a positive manner, untold and
repopulate Lakewood, which had flooded          acknowledges that you are successful. You        unexpected rewards may result. If you face
to depths up to 9 feet. Our new home only       will soon transition to college and the          each challenge or hurdle constructively and
suffered 5-1/2 feet of floodwaters.             adult world. Your senior year will be a          positively, you will be successful.
   The week after arriving, I stopped by        fantastic time in your life. While you begin        As you enter your senior year or
another home in Lakewood that had a             making many “hard choices,” you will find        head off to college, you will confront
big banner hanging between the front            this is a time of discovery, planning, and,      opportunities, hurdles, and challenges.
columns. It read, “The Lakewood Beacon          having fun. I hope it is a year you never        When you reach a fork in the road, I
of Hope Resource Center.” I had no              forget. You are at a time in life when the       encourage you to assess the paths that are
idea what the Beacon of Hope was, but I         world is your oyster and soon you will be        available to you. It is too easy to make a
decided to check it out. I found another        stepping forward charting your own course.       quick decision based on “the moment”
Lakewood homeowner who was trying                  As for the members of the Class of            rather than taking time to weigh the
to help her neighbors return home. She          2008, you are probably settled on the            impacts and effects of a major change.
was the founder of the Beacon of Hope           university you will attend, and perhaps even     Throughout life, please continue to
and I often heard her say, “I just want my      your major. I know you are better prepared       assess your alternatives, your personal and
neighbors back.” As she was rebuilding her      for this transition than my class was in         professional goals, and your religious and
own home and her husband was rebuilding         1962. When I was in your position, I did         social values.
the Superdome, she opened her heart and         not think of this time as a major transition        As I said earlier, my career was very
her resources to provide a refuge for weary     but as just another phase—“I was movin’          rewarding and I retired with a feeling
neighbors. She furnished homeowners with        on down the road.” I wish I had realized         of success. Even today, there is nothing
some necessities, such as bottled water,        earlier that major transitions in life provide   more gratifying than a neighbor stopping
a place to sit and relax, information on        opportunities to learn about one’s own           by just to say, “Thank you! You made a
rebuilding, and the use of a satellite phone.   strengths and weaknesses, to set goals, to       difference.”
Most important, she gave people hope.           check things out, and to determine when             As New Orleanians, we always want to
   As fate would have it, when I walked         you need to adjust your course. With life’s      follow the saying, laissez les bons temps
into the Beacon, she needed help with a         transitions, we leave behind the familiar        rouler. But, I ask you to remember the
project she was working on and I pitched        and adjust to new ways of living. Success        words of Pistol in Shakespeare’s “The
in on the spot. Within a few weeks, I           will come when you face transitions in your      Merry Wives of Windsor.” Pistol said,
was volunteering full-time. Our work            life with a positive attitude, and I cannot      “Why then, the world’s mine oyster.”
became so successful that 3 months later        emphasize this enough.                           Stated another way, the world is yours for
I took over the Lakewood Beacon so she             I think that the changes in my life           the taking; you can achieve your goals.
could open other Beacons in Lakeview.           since Katrina amplify this premise. I was        You are blessed with ability, background,
We worked tirelessly and the results were       retired, living comfortably, and facing          and education and you will have abundant
overwhelming. The Beacon concept became         few worries. Katrina changed everything          opportunities in life. You also have the
the blueprint for many neighborhood self-       and caused me to reassess where I was            freedom to tackle anything. I wish for the
help groups in New Orleans.                     in my life. I followed my heart, with my         very best for each of you as you transition
   Today, Lakewood South is almost 75%          husband’s support. We did not go forward         to the next phase of your life.
rebuilt. Although the Lakewood Beacon           blindly and I did not have altruistic goals.
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The Dorothy Porter Service Award Given to Wally Porter ’76
   I am so very honored by this award, and to be    learned on the field at the
in the esteemed company of its prior recipients.    other end of this campus
My thanks to board chairman Alan Brackett,          to the NFL, NCAA, Sugar
Dr. Beedy and everyone on the selection             Bowl, and other entities,
committee. A very special “thank you” to my         and often thought back to
parents, Kent and Jan Porter, who are here with     my days on St. Martin’s
us tonight.                                         team buses, when finding
   In the fall of 1963, my father walked me         myself on NFL team planes
into the kindergarten classroom of Nell             or accompanying a team
Bernos for the first time, and I was pretty         to some bowl game. Pedro
nervous. He reassured me that I would like          Peréz gave us an appreciation
it here and make many friends. Mrs. Bernos          for other cultures and gave
taught us to explore our new surroundings and       me the foreign language
embrace our new friends. Alice Bowman gave          skills that I utilized a few
                                                                                                            Wally Porter ’76 smiles from the podium on
us an appreciation for music, which I carried       years ago when I brought
                                                                                                            the Van Slate porch at Spirits Party
with me to later years, working with and            my two beautiful baby daughters home from
photographing numerous musicians. Later, in         Guatemala.
fourth grade, Belle Johnson combined patience          My classmate Buddy Spell was
and compassion to prepare us for the transition     always getting us on the Saturday
ahead in Middle School.                             detention list. A true St. Martin’s
   While in the Middle and Upper Schools, Bill      legacy, his father was in the first
Rosenbaum, at the time barely distinguishable       St. Martin’s graduating class, and
from his students, taught us to reject prejudice    his mother was in the fourth.
and stereotype, and the importance of helping       He has taught me, as recently
those less fortunate-concepts which enhanced        as last week, the true meaning
my later practice of law. Head Librarian Alma       of friendship, particularly in
Ruth Ferguson introduced me to an emerging          rough seas. Another classmate,
technology known as “multi-media” and               Bruce Naremore, also a Saturday
made special arrangements through various           detention regular, introduced                            Wally is congratulated by Board Chair
contacts for me to get my hands on state-of-        me to my wife, Rena, who has lovingly and                Alan Brackett and Dr. Jeffrey Beedy
the-art production equipment. Her support           patiently supported all of my various adventures
and encouragement opened my eyes to the             and absurd schedules.
power of media and provided a foundation               So it really is true, no matter where life’s cares
for later success in the UNO communications         may drive us, her teachings will be there to
curriculum. Dorothy Porter, the embodiment of       guide us. And when the two smartest people I
intellect and grace, taught us how knowledge of     know, my mother and father, chose St. Martin’s
history is essential for shaping the future. Her    for me, they did not just pick out a school, they
love for us was abundantly evident with each        placed me on a path rich in opportunities and
and every class.                                    solid relationships. There are not many places
   Many of you will be surprised to learn that      on earth where you can meet someone at age 5
I was not much of an athlete. However, the          and have them with you for the rest of your life.        Wally with StM Alumni Director Julie
“Chief,” Tony Porter, taught me that there are         St. Martin’s and her family now embark on             Talbot
many ways to contribute to the success of a         new, innovative educational techniques for the
team. I was able to become an integral part         shaping of tomorrow’s leaders, and I am so very
of all of our sports teams by providing the         proud to be part of that picture. Thank you all,
game films used for study and preparation. In       once again.
the years that followed, I took the skills that I
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New Faculty and Staff for 2008-09




             Rev. Walter Baer                               Stephanie Gaspard                            Celeste Mouton                                Karyn Szahun
           Middle School Chaplain                          Kindergarten Teacher                      Gerorge Cottage Assistant                     Director of Music Plus




               Alyson Berthelot                David Hooks, Assistant Headmaster for Sports              Connie Munson                                   Susan Todd
         First Grade Assistant P/T                            Development                            Upper School Math Teacher                 Upper School Math Teacher P/T




           Ashley Bozeman ’86                              Aimee J. Hyatt ’02                         Miriam C. Smith ’02                         Gregory T. Williams ’01
        Lower School Religion Teacher               Middle School Social Studies Teacher            Middle School Science Teacher             Middle School Social Studies Teacher




               Nicole Chauvin                               Cassandra Loch                               Glendora Stelly                               Qing Yang
     Technical Director/Theater Manager                Upper School Spanish Teacher                Upper School Spanish Teacher          Middle and Upper School Mandarin Teacher
                                                                                                                                                          P/T

No photo available: Suzanne C. Miller, Kindergarten Asst.; Nicholas Hingle ’92, Challenge Course Coordinator P/T; Jenny Collins, George Cottage Asst. P/T; John Fererro, Maintenance;
Elizabeth Albert, George Cottage Teacher
                                  Admission
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Message from the Director of Admission, Susan Normann Pansano ’66


        I  n May of 2007, my third and youngest child graduated from St.
       Martin’s. Watching her walk across the stage to collect her diploma, I
    was once again reminded of everything St. Martin’s had done for her, her
                brothers, and every student who walks across the stage.
                                                  •••
                                                                                                             Susan Normann Pansano ’66
   However, it was not graduation, or even the    Martin’s faculty, staff and students already view              Director of Admission
sole experience of attending high school at       themselves as part of a family, and the addition
St. Martin’s that made my children the people     of the twelve-month-old program further
they are today. Attending St. Martin’s Pre-       strengthens this sense of community. When a
Kindergarten through twelfth grade allowed my     student graduates from St. Martin’s he or she
children to grow along with the school, which     does so not only
instilled within them the values they exemplify   with a high school
today. Their fourteen years at St. Martin’s       degree, but a loyal,
allowed them the opportunity for the perfect      extended family; and
balance of give and take with the school.         thus a piece of this
Every effort they put into being a student was    beloved institution.
returned to them in the form of opportunity.      I believe it is truly
   With the recent expansion of the George        a blessing that our
Cottage to include twelve-month-olds              students can now
coupled with the implementation of Dr.            begin this journey,
Beedy’s developmental programs, students will     and grow this bond
experience St. Martin’s even more holistically.   at the age of twelve
Now every time I admit a twelve-month-old         months. And when
into George Cottage, I will envision him or her   these children walk
walking across the graduation stage as a senior   across the stage, they
who epitomizes the St. Martin’s ideals. The       will envision a future
unique ability to experience St. Martin’s from    guided by their
twelve-months to twelfth grade will set the St.   formative seventeen
Martin’s experience apart from all others. St.    years at St. Martin’s.



                                                                                                      George Cottage students go for a walk
                                                                                                      around campus
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Message from the Director of Advancement, Lisa Newman Sibal ’77

                                      At St. Martin’s, we are in a most exciting time     programs and facilities, which in turn strengthen
                                   in our 61-year history. With Dr. Beedy’s vision        our enrollment. By supporting Annual Giving
                                   and guidance, we are crafting the operating            this year, you can ensure that St. Martin’s
                                   principles and strategic initiatives that will serve   continues to serve as the premier educational
                                   as our road map for the next five years. Our core      institution in New Orleans.
                                   values of Faith, Scholarship and Service will            Donations to Annual Giving can be made
                                   guide us in developing our strategic initiatives,      on-line at www.stmsaints.com/AG; using Visa
                                   which will embrace academic rigor, balance,            or MasterCard by calling the Advancement
                                   faith, community, diversity, and leadership            Office at (504) 736-9910; or mailing your
    Lisa Newman Sibal ’77
                                   through service and development of core                check in the envelope within this Bell.
    Director of Advancement        competencies.                                            Thank you for your support, and I hope that
                                      Several innovative programs have been               you are as pleased and excited as I am about
                                   introduced this year including Project                 everything that is happening at St. Martin’s.
                                   Adventure, Saints PLUS and Late Start
                                   Wednesdays. The Coatney Leadership Center is           Annual Giving Levels
                                   under construction and will be dedicated this          Headmaster’s Circle $15,000+
                                   year as the home of the Coatney Leadership             Saint $10,000-$14,999
                                   Program, our faculty Research and Development          Scholar $5,000-$9,000
                                   Center, and the office of the Headmaster. St.          Fellow $3,000-$4,999
                                   Martin’s will, in short, continue to educate             Donors at or above the Fellows’ level receive a set of 4
                                   leaders for our community and the global world,         etched StM glasses and this year’s building collectable, the
                                   and we will accomplish that better than ever                             Flick Family Ampitheater
                                   before.                                                Founder $1,200-$2,999
                                                                                           Donors at or above the Founders’ level receive this year’s
                                   Annual Giving 2008-2009                                      building collectible, the Flick Family Ampitheater
                                      On behalf of the students and faculty at            Supporter $500-$1,199
                                   St. Martin’s, I ask you to support our Annual          Benefactor $100-$499
                                   Giving Campaign. Annual Giving funds                   Friend $1-$99
                                   critical pieces of our operating budget such
                                   as faculty salaries, professional development,   Alumni Decade Club (’51-’98)
                                   and equipment and supplies for athletics and     $10 per year since graduation
                                   visual and performing arts. Our goal this year
                                   is $425,000. Whether you are a parent, alum,     Young Alumni Annual Giving
                                   parent of alum, grandparent, faculty or staff    Clubs (’99-’08)
                                   member or a friend, we need your support. By     Young Leaders Club $100+
                                   strengthening our fundraising, we strengthen our Young Decade Club $5 per year since graduation
                                     Planned Giving
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Announcing the L egacy Societies of St. Martin’s
                                      Those who care enough for St. Martin’s
                                    Episcopal School to leave a legacy ensuring the       Members of the Legacy Societies of St.
                                    school’s future are visionary in both supporting          Martin’s Episcopal School
                                    the school and planning for its future.
                                      Over the past year, we have reconfigured the         Mrs. Margaret Stainbach Adams ’75
                                    O.E. Haring Society in order to help grow the                 Mr. Brian Bossier ’78
 St. Martin’s has played a large    school’s endowment and better recognize those         Mrs. Margaret Dannenberg Bossier ’78
                                    who have made planned gifts.                                    Mr. Alan Brackett
role in our family for more than      The new name of our planned giving                       Mrs. Linda Eckles Brackett
                                    society is The Legacy Societies of St. Martin’s               Mrs. Jennifer Buckley
  a half-century. John (’55),       Episcopal School. Housed within that                            Mr. Sam Buckley
  our children Ginger (’76),        association are several societies based upon the              Rev. Daryl Canfill *
                                    value of the planned gift, where that value is                 Mrs. Lynn Coatney
 John, Jr. (’77), Cathy (’79),      known. The planned giving levels are now as                   Mr. Michael Coatney
Brad (’82), and our grandson        follows, with accompanying benefits described               Mrs. Ethel G. Coupland *
                                    below:                                                           Mr. Sean Daly
  Kody (’07) are all alumni.                                                                    Mr. John DeMartini ’80
                                    $500,000+: The O.E. Haring Society                           Mrs. Sandra DeMartini
   The intellectual and social         Benefits: Desktop crystal piece, individual                Mr. F. Otway Denny
preparations for adulthood that     profile in The Bell, name on plaque in Saints            Mrs. Beth Hughes DePass ’79
                                    Hall, recognition certificate, listing in The Bell         The Rev. Fred Devall IV ’87
St. Martin’s provided, and our      and invitation to annual event                                 Dr. Dee Dee Estes
                                                              an
                                    $250,000-$499,999: The V Slate Society                        Mr. Michael A. Flick
  ongoing relationship with the
                                       Benefits: Diamond lapel pin, name on plaque                Mr. Laurence Gibbs
 school, have enriched our lives    in Saints Hall, recognition certificate, listing in            Mrs. Marian Gibbs
                                    The Bell and invitation to annual event                       Mr. John Girault ’55
 and those of our children and      $100,000-$249,999: The Bell Society                           Mrs. Murrell Girault
grandson. While it is impossible       Benefits: Sapphire lapel pin, name on plaque                Dr. Tejas Godiwala
                                    in Saints Hall, recognition certificate, listing in             Mr. John Graham
  to put a monetary value on        The Bell and invitation to annual event                       Mr. Robert Holden
                                    $50,000-$99,999: The 1947 Society                               Mr. Tom Huber*
what we have received from St.         Benefits: Ruby lapel pin, name on plaque in                  Mr. Tim Hurley
Martin’s, remembering the school    Saints Hall, recognition certificate, listing in           Mr. Hans A.B. Jonassen ’58
                                    The Bell and invitation to annual event                      Mr. John P. Labouisse
  in our will is a convenient       <$50,000: The Shield Society                                Mrs. Meredith Labouisse*
 and comfortable way of saying         Benefits: Recognition certificate, listing in            Mr. Dan LeGardeur ’69
                                    The Bell and invitation to annual event                       Mr. Jon King Mayer*
   “Thank you” for all it has                                                                   Mrs. Mary Anne O’Neil
                                      If you have planned a legacy gift for St.                   Mrs. Anthony Porter
  meant to us over the years.       Martin’s and wish your name to be recognized,              Mrs. Mary Sue Roniger ’60
                                    or if you are interested in learning more about             Mr. Gary N. Solomon, Sr.
                                    planned giving and how it can secure the future               Mr. Doyle Spell ’52
   John and Murrell Girault         of St. Martin’s while providing benefits to                Mrs. Billie Poag Walters ’63
                                    you, please call Lisa Sibal in the Advancement                  Mr. Parker Waters
                                    Office at (504) 736-9910.                                       Dr. Susan Wilkie

                                         Members of the Legacy Societies of                                               *deceased
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Message from the President of the Alumni Board
                                           As we enter the second year of our new           bonus and wonderful way to recognize those
                                        administration, the level of enthusiasm             individuals who excelled in sports while
                                        surrounding St. Martin’s continues to grow. I       attending St. Martin’s. I would also like to thank
                                        received more emails, letters and phone calls       the entire Athletic Hall of Fame Committee for
                                        from Alumni this past year than I ever could        their hard work and time, as well as all of those
                                        have anticipated. On behalf of the entire alumni    who submitted nominations to the Committee
                                        association I would like to thank all of you        for consideration. Finally, I would like to thank
                                        for taking the time to offer your suggestions,      John Girault for chairing this committee as well
                                        voice your opinions and express your concerns.      as congratulate Brett Simpson (’92), who will
                                        It is only through open dialogue that we can        assume John’s Chairmanship of the Athletic
       Hans Luetkemeier ’84
   President of the Alumni Board
                                        truly serve the interests of all alumni. I am       Hall of Fame Committee after the conclusion
                                        particularly proud to report that the majority of   of this fall’s induction ceremonies.
                                        the comments I received have been very positive,       Finally, I would like to congratulate this
                                        perhaps a contributing factor in our having         year’s Martin de Tours award recipient, Antonio
                                        surpassed the Annual Giving goal of $400,000        Cabrales ’54, whose story of success and service
                                        last year, for which we thank you. Kudos to the     to the country of El Salvador make all of us
                                        Class of 1955 which led the way with 35%            proud to be St. Martin’s alumni.
                                        participation in Annual Giving.                        As with the Athletic Hall of Fame committee,
                                           I cannot emphasize enough how much I             I would like to thank the Martin de Tours
                                        appreciate the efforts of our board members         Committee for their hard work as well as those
                                        this past year. I challenged our board during our   of you in the St. Martin’s community for taking
                                        kickoff meeting in the fall of 2007 and offered     time to submit your nominations.
                                        up an aggressive, goal-oriented campaign. Not          This year’s Annual Giving campaign is
                                        only did our board respond but they did so          already underway and you can expect to hear
                                        magnificently, as evidenced by the great success    from one of our board members, class agents
                                        of and high level participation in our alumni       or class volunteers very soon. As we have and
                                        sponsored events, awards programs and the           will always continue to emphasize, a successful
                                        high number of responses to our “reaching           Annual Giving campaign is essential to the
 St. Martin’s Save                      out” efforts to our class agents and out of town    future success of St. Martin’s. This year’s goal
   the Dates…                           alumni. That being said, we still have plenty of    is $425,000. We ask you that you strongly
                                        work to get done this year and we will.             consider making a contribution this year and
      St. Martin’s Day                     I would also like to express my sincere          wish to thank you in advance for your support.
       Friday, Nov. 7                   congratulations to this year’s slate of Athletic       Remember we at the Alumni Association are
                                        Alumni Hall of Fame inductees: John Girault         here to serve you and look forward to hearing
  Martin de Tours Award                 (’55), Joann De Martini (’82) and the 1969          from you or seeing you at one of our upcoming
        Ceremony                        track team. The Athletic Hall of Fame program,      Alumni sponsored events.
Monday, Nov. 24, 10:00 a.m.             now in its third year, has been a tremendous
    Solomon Theater

An Evening at the Vineyard –
Alumni Event at Ponchartrain
         Vineyards
 Friday, Nov. 21, 6:30 p.m.

     Grandparents Day
     Tuesday, Nov. 25
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Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame Announces 2008 Inductees

   The St. Martin’s Alumni        Cameron Duncan ’69              Mile Relay: 1st place – St.
Athletic Hall of Fame             Hank Gamble ’69                 Martin’s (Danny Maxson, Carl
inducted its new members          Pepper Hatch ’69                Muckley, Cliff Sutter, Mike
at its third awards ceremony      Danny Maxson ’69                Murphy) Time 3:26.9 new
on Homecoming weekend.            Carl Muckley ’69*               record
The Hall of Fame is proud         Mike Murphy ’69*                Broad Jump: 3rd place – St.
to welcome the following new      Tom Bechtel ’70                 Martin’s (Cameron Duncan)
inductees:                        Steve Corliss ’70               Others on the 1969 track
                                  J. P. Fleming ’70               team include: Steve Corliss
                                  Barry Kennedy ’70               (shot put, discus), Monty
                                  Doug Nester ’70                 Burlingame (long jump), Joey
                                  Clifford Sutter ’70             Durham (440-yd dash), David
                                  Steve Watts ’70                 Rusch (half-mile), and Carson
                                  Charles Favrot ’71              Llewellyn (mile).
                                  Barry Graf ’71
                                  Philip Hatch ’71
                                  Michael Kantor ’71
                                  Carson Llewellyn ’71
                                  Mark Moore ’71                                                    This year’s inductees were initiated
JOHN GIRAULT ’55                  Denis Barry ’72                                                     into the Hall of Fame in the
Football 1,2,3,4 (4 year          Monty Burlingame ’72                                                 Solomon Theater on Friday,
starter)                          David Hesse ’72                                                    Oct. 10 in front of all Upper
Football Co-Captain ’54-’55       Tom Lipscomb ’72                                                           School students.
All metro football (3 years)      Stephen Pottharst ’72           JO ANN DE MARTINI ’82
All metro football Captain ’54    David Rusch ’72                  Volleyball ’78-’82
All State (Second team            Thomas Schneider ’72             Most Valuable Player ’82
honorable mention)                Simon Ward ’72                   All District ’82
STM Best Lineman ’54                                               Most Valuable Eastbank Player
Basketball 3,4                    Relay Teams Power St. Martin’s Basketball—Most Valuable
Track 1,2,3,4                     to ‘69 Class A State Track Title Player 1979, 1980, 1981,
Most Valuable Athlete             880-yd relay: 1st - St. Martin’s 1982, All District
                                  (Danny Maxson, Mike              Softball—Most Valuable
1969 TRACK TEAM-                  Murphy, Carl Muckley, Benny Player 1979, 1982
STATE TRACK                       Brown)                           Tennis
CHAMPIONS                         120-yd high hurdles: 3rd         Outstanding Middle School
1969 Track Team                   place - St. Martin’s (John Paul Ahtlete ’78
                                  Fleming)                         E. Douglas Johnson Award
                                  100-yd dash: 2nd place – St.     1981-1982
                                  Martin’s (Carl Muckley)          StM Favorite – “Most
                                  440-yd relay: 1st place – St.    Athletic” - 1982
                                  Martin’s (Pepper Hatch, Mike
                                  Murphy, Carl Muckley, Benny
                                  Brown) Time 43.8
Charles Bahn ’69                  440-yd dash: 1st place – St.
Brian Berard ’69                  Martin’s (Mike Murphy) Time:
Benny Brown ’69                   49.7 new record, broke old
Eric Carlson ’69                  record held since 1940                              * deceased
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StM Names 2008 Martin de Tours Award Recipient

                                St. Martin’s Episcopal School will present       Prior recipients of the Martin de Tours
                             the 14th Martin de Tours Award to Anthony          Award are as follows:
                             “Tony” Cabrales ’54, on Monday, November 24
                             at an Upper School Assembly in the Solomon         Robert L. Livingston, Jr. ’60
                             Theater. Mr. Cabrales will also be honored at a
                             private reception the evening prior to the award   Sue Ruppel Laudeman ’55
                             ceremony.
                                The Martin de Tours award, St. Martin’s         Hans A. B. Jonassen ’58
                             highest alumni honor, is named for the patron
                             saint of the school, Martin of Tours, who          Julie Hogue McCollam ’52
                             exemplified the aspect of service that we value
                             so highly at St. Martin’s Episcopal School. Tony   Gwynne Bowman ’59
                             Cabrales’ tireless service makes him the obvious
                             choice for this year’s award.                      W. Brooks Emory ’60
                                Mr. Cabrales is currently serving his
                             second term as President of the Foundation         James O. Gundlach ’54
                             for Economic and Social Development,
                             “FUSADES”, a non-profit, non-political             Robert W. Merrick ’62
                             organization dedicated to promoting the
                             social and economic development of his             S. Ford Rowan ’61
                             native country, El Salvador. He was a
                             founding member of FUSADES and has                 Patty Habeeb Muehlemann ’65
                             worked tirelessly for the past 25 years for his
                             country. He also served, at the invitation of      Carlos R. Zervigon ’57
                             the President of El Salvador, as the Minister
                             of Agriculture from 1989-1994. Jimmy               John Girault ’55
                             Gundlach ’54, 2000 Martin de Tours recipient
                             and classmate of Tony’s testifies, “The Martin     Bobby Whann ’57
                             de Tours Award recognizes extraordinary service
                             by alumni to their fellow man, and no one has        For more information about the Martin de
                             given more of themselves than Tony. I hope         Tours Award, or to nominate a St. Martin’s
                             that by receiving this award, more people in       alum, please contact Julie Talbot at Julie.
                             the States will recognize and know of Tony’s       Talbot@stmsaints.com or (504) 736-9912.
                             contributions to the betterment of El Salvador.”
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A Treasured Tradition by Evelyn Fried L azear ’78

 I   became emotional as the buses transporting my child’s eighth grade class
   left the parking lot in Houston for its annual Big Bend camping trip-not
  because he would be gone for a week, but because visions of StM’s class of
                    1973 camping trip came back to me so vividly.
                                                •••
   Our eighth grade camping trip was the
inaugural trip planned by Don Schwartz when
he was part of the StM middle school. Mr.
Schwartz then headed to my son’s current
school in Houston and started the Big Bend
program there 32 years ago.
   Our eighth grade trip was more than a get
away from school. It is a memory that my
classmates still talk about when we get together
for lunch and class reunions. It was a bonding
experience that caused us to respect each other
throughout high school. Although we were a
very diversified class with differing opinions on
issues that seemed important at the time, and
the typical school groups of kids that seem to
be universal in high school existed, our class was
so cohesive-we all got along with each other and
more importantly respected each other. Many
of us still get together in our respective cities
and keep in touch across the nation.
   My reflection also made me realize how               The “eighth grade trip” has evolved into         Class of 2010 in Washington, D.C. on their
dedicated so many of the teachers and staff          a major event at my child’s school. My son          8th grade trip
were to the school and their students. To name       returned from his trip so excited that he wants
a few, there was Mr. VanSlate who somehow            go back his senior year in high school as a
knew that I belonged at StM, Mr. Schwartz            counselor. I hope he realizes how lucky he is to
who subtly helped me break out of my shell           attend a school similar to StM that will open so
and my nerdy ways, and Carolyn Boone who             many opportunities for him in his academia and
knew Lucy Fried Dinner would become a rabbi.         in life. I also hope that the dedicated educators
Former and current students of schools such as       during my years at StM know what a great
StM are fortunate to be in environments where        impact they have made on my life and so many
the teachers do more than teach a subject. They      other lives.
take a personal interest in their students and          Special thanks to David Henson, whose
really want their students to succeed both in        “labor of love” (editing the video of the trip)
the classroom and in life. They still remember       allowed us to revisit this wonderful experience
many of us by name when they see us at alumni        at our 30th class reunion.
gatherings.
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                                                                                                                                   the effort to come. The good
                                                                                                                                   memories are forever.”

                                                                                                                                   1959
                                                                                                                                   REUNION YEAR
                                                                                                                                   Class Agent: Mrs. Ellen Ryan Zimmern,
                                                                                                                                   452 E. Fair Harbor Ln., Houston, TX
                                                                                                                                   77079, (281) 870-0665, ellenz@
                                                                                                                                   sbcglobal.net.
                                                                                                                                   Sue Fulks Skoler wants to express
                                                                                                                                   her condolences to the families
                                                                                                                                   of Jay Schupp, Eleanor Faulk
                                                                                                                                   Robin, and Robert Bowers.
                                                                                                                                   Sue fondly remembers the great
                                                                                                                                   time she had with Eleanor and
                                                                                                                                   Bobby at their 40th Reunion,
1958 Reunion                                  1951                                       1957                                      and wants to encourage the
                                                                                                                                   rest of the class of ’59 to start
                                              Class Agent: William T. Doswell, 275       Class Agent: Robert Wehrmann, 2511
                                              Holmes Road, Pittsfield, MA 01201,         St. Charles Ave., Apt. 302, New           planning for their 50th. Sue
                                              (413) 442-4448, Wmdoswell@aol.             Orleans, LA 70130-5956, (504)             states, “Let’s enjoy one another
                                              com                                        949-2008, bobwehrmann@cox.net             and have fun while we still can!”
                                                                                                                                   Sue keeps busy with countless
                                                                                                                                   volunteer activities through her
                                              1952                                       1958                                      church and other local Boston,
                                              Want to be a class agent? Contact Julie    Class Agents: Philip and Natalie James,   Cambridge and Newton, MA,
                                              Talbot at 504-736-9912 or Julie.           30 Stilt Street, New Orleans, LA          social service organizations. This
                                              Talbot@stmsaints.com                       70124, (504) 288-8605, izones@            past summer she volunteered to
                                                                                         bellsouth.net.                            drive inner-city Boston youth to
Members of the Class of 1958 together at      1953                                       The class of ’58 had a fabulous           and from suburban Boston day
Spirits Party                                                                            50th Reunion which included               camps. She spends as much time
                                              Class Agent: Mrs. Kathleen Wolfe Kemp,
                                              #3 River Bend Lane, Covington, LA          a dinner, tour of StM, Alum               as possible with her two beautiful
                                              70433, (985) 893-0884, kwkms@              Spirits Party and concluding              granddaughters, Rebecca Leilani
                                              bellsouth.net                              with a wonderful party at the             Skoler (age 6) and Samantha
                                                                                         home of Alma deArrigunaga                 Lynne Skoler (age 4). Sue’s son
                                                                                         Slatten. Members of the class             Michael and his family live in
                                              1954
                                                                                         that attended the reunion were:           Needham, MA, and Michael is the
                                              REUNION YEAR!                              Mary Ann Henderson Becker                 CEO of a national law firm.
                                              Class Agent: Mrs. Lucile Smart Hawkins, & Bill, Carol & Tom Cochran,
                                              1508 S. Vermont St., Covington, LA      Donald Hessemer, Jeanne Earl                 1960
                                              70433, (985) 892-1915                   Humphrey, Phil & Natalie James,
                                                                                                                                   Class Agent: Mary Sue Nelson Roniger,
                                                                                      Pierce & Hans Jonassen, Pam &                2108 Pine St., New Orleans, LA
                                              1955                                       Digby Kirby, Durel Landry, Mary           70118-5417, (504) 866-6863,
                                                                                         Jane McCord, Jean Broders                 jjroniger@aol.com
                                              Class Agents: John Girault, 9 Maryland
                                                                                         Murlin, Lynn D’Ingianni Nolan
                                              Dr., New Orleans, LA 70124, (504)
                                                                                         & Dennis, Sue Crawford Pope,
                                              484-7571, jgirault@cox.net                                                           1961
                                                                                         Linda Chotin Prillman & Don,
                                              Eric Phillpott, 1212 Aurora Avenue,        Alma deArrigunaga Slatten, Tom            Class Agent: Mo Emory, 1212 Hesper
                                              Metairie, LA 70005, (504) 837-                                                       Ave., Metairie, LA 70005, (504)
                                                                                         & Ann Monroe Smith, Ellen &
                                              6914, eddgcon@cox.net                                                                828-7417
                                                                                         Wiley Steen, Nettie & Ned Swan,
                                                                                         Suzanne & Richard Whann,                  Ed Spooner has moved to Boca
                                              1956                                       Mollie Couvillon Williams, Claire         Raton, FL and is working very
Jim Hamlin ’83, Ashley Jackson Spencer ’83    Class Agent: Rosemary Quinius Eyre,        & Bobby Yeargain and Sandra               hard on his golf game.
and George Deliberto ’83 at the StM “On       156 Village Oaks Blvd., Ponchatoula, LA    & Tommy Zander. Natalie wants
the Road Reunion” in Washington, D.C.         70454, (985) 370-5482                      to say “Thank you all for making
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1962                                    1965                                    Long
                                                                                Beach
Class Agents: Judi Zatarain Greer,      Class Agent: Gaynell Reese, 82 Oriole   High
5593 Jacquelyn Ct., New Orleans,        Street, New Orleans, LA 70124,
                                                                                School,
LA 70124, (504) 251-4800,               (504) 283-6383, greese19@cox.net
jzginnola@hotmail.com                                                           sold the
                                                                                property at
Jim Marsalis, 706 Jefferson Pk., W.,    1966                                    Henderson
Jefferson, LA 70121, (504) 834-                                                 Point
                                   Class Agent: Tommy Merrick, 4701 Pitt
0169, jimmymars@cox.net                                                         and has
                                   St., Apt. D, New Orleans, LA 70115-
Judi Greer reports that beginning  4006, (504) 899-6589, tmerrick@              moved to
in 2005, the ladies from our       canalbarge.com                               Pensacola,
class that are available, meet for Tommy Merrick celebrated 30                  Florida.
lunch monthly Regina Bohn-         years of service with Canal                  Starting
Puls, a resident of Ft. Worth,     Barge Company, Inc. in New                   this
TX since the 70’s, was able to     Orleans. He and his wife, Sarah              September,
join the group when in town. All   Bullington Merrick celebrated                she will be                              Keith and Beth Hughes DePass '79 and
hope that more classmates will be  their 30th wedding anniversary in            studying Hebrew in Haifa, Israel        Carolyn and Kevin Gravley are ready to tee
able to join in the fun when in    February. And Sarah celebrated               for at least one year.                  off at the Alumni Golf Tournament
town. Please contact Judi Greer    her 20th year of teaching at
at jzginnola@hotmail.com for       St. George’s Episcopal School.               1967
monthly information.               Caroline Merrick ’98 married                 Class Agent: Ricky
                                   Robert McDowell in October                   Haspel, (214)
1963                               of 2007, in New Orleans. The                 434-0016,
Class Agents: Ann Cunningham, 155  couple is now residing in Portland,          rhasp@swbell.net
Bogey Drive, Abington, VA 24211,   Oregon. Thomas Merrick ’00, is
                                                                                Cathy Hovland,
(276) 356-1790, anncunningham1@ attending Tulane University and                 (614) 439-
comcast.net.                       is a cook at Café Fresca. Hallie             4088
Kathleen Kiker Parker, 2201 Houma  Merrick is a forensic accountant
                                   in Washington DC and studying
Blvd. #206, Metairie, LA 70003                                                  1968
(504)455-9495, kkpgraphics@aol.com for her CPA exam. Tim Melius
                                   and his wife, Ann, celebrated 8              REUNION
Kathleen Kiker Parker has                                                                                               Ricky Haspel ’67 and Cathy Hovland ’67
                                   years of marriage. He and Tommy              YEAR
returned to New Orleans to
                                   Merrick get together frequently              Class Agent: Michael McHugh, 835
live, following a two year stay
                                   for their “bored meetings” to                Jefferson Heights Ave., Jefferson, LA
in Atlanta. She is once again                                                   70121-1112, (504) 818-1553,
                                   solve world problems while
providing photography and                                                       mmchugh478@bellsouth.net
                                   enjoying good cigars and martinis.
graphic design to clients in New
                                   Barbara Brewster has returned                The Class of 1968 40th reunion
Orleans. She has also started
                                   to live and teach in New Orleans.            celebrated with two evening
to teach the basic and advanced
                                   She has enjoyed reconnecting                 events over a weekend in October.
techniques of Photoshop CS3
                                   with her local classmates again!             Friday evening’s event was at
and earlier versions to clients in
                                   Jesse Morgan lives in San Diego.             Bruno’s Tavern, and Saturday they
their homes or workplace. www.
                                   He returns often for his business            gathered at Galatoire’s Restaurant.
kathleenparkerphotography.com
                                   interests in New Orleans, visit old          Barbara Oster loves playing
                                   friends, and have dinner with a              golf in the wonderful Michigan
1964
                                   few classmates. Susan Normann                summer weather. She writes that
REUNION YEAR                       Pansano has retired from the                 the Northwest Lower Michigan
Class Agent: Bill McHugh 81309     classroom at St. Martin’s and is             is a great place to visit—lots of
Brightpenny Road, Bush, LA 70431-  now the Director of Admission.               outdoor activities and beautiful
2512, (985) 892-6734, wmchugh@ Carl Flettrich has started his own               scenery with many great
williamrmchugh.com                                                              wineries. Barbara has a great job
                                   Consulting Engineering Business.
                                   He has two grandchildren Sadie,              at Munson Medical Center which
                                   (6) and Harriss, (3). Frances                is one of the Top 100 Hospitals
                                   Duffy Coggin has retired from                in the US. She works nights so
                                   teaching Algebra I and II at                 she can play golf in the morning.
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                                                                                                                                  facility that will combine straw
                                                                                                                                  bale insulation and water-filled
                                                                                                                                  barrels to allow wintertime
                                                                                                                                  cultivation of fruits and vegetables
                                                                                                                                  without needing electricity or gas
                                                                                                                                  for heating. She has submitted
                                                                                                                                  a proposal to the Ambassador’s
                                                                                                                                  Fund for Cultural Preservation
                                                                                                                                  to initiate village classes on the
                                                                                                                                  dying art of wool yarn making.
                                                                                                                                  This will then lead to village-
                                                                                                                                  based businesses producing hand-
                                                                                                                                  knitted clothing of traditional
                                                                                                                                  materials that can be sold to
                                                                                                                                  exporters in Yerevan. She is also
                                                                                                                                  working on other projects that
                                                                                                                                  include a small model farm at the
                                                                                                                                  Agricultural Institute, starting the
                                                                                                                                  export of honey from her region
                                                                                                                                  and the introduction of better
                                                                                                                                  canning procedures through a
                                                                                                                                  collaboration with Jardin Home
                                                                                                                                  Products in the United States. In
Class of 1978 Reunion                                                                      New Orleans area after Hurricane       her spare time, Betty continues
                                                                                           Katrina and decided to join the        her study of the Armenian
                                                                                           Peace Corps. She is currently          language and has leaned the art
                                                                                           working as an Environmental            of weaving Armenian carpets.
                                                                                           Education volunteer in Armenia.        Betty is accepting donations
                                                                                           She has become very involved           through the Peace Corps website.
                                                                                           in her rural and very poor town        Go to “Donate Now,” then select
                                                                                           high in the southern mountain          “Donate to Volunteer Projects,”
                                                                                           region of Armenia. She wrote           select Armenia and then look
                                                                                           a successful grant for the US          for B. Smallwood. Betty can
                                                                                           Embassy Small Democracy                be reached directly via email at
                                                                                           Commission for a trans-Caucases        sophist109@aol.com.
                                                                                           conference on the problems of the
                                                                                           disabled population in the region.
                                                                                           Her project will bring together,       1971
                                                                                           for the first time in over 20 years,   Class Agent: Dr. Louise Harris
                                                                                           people from Armenia, Azerbaijan        Saik, 211 Mulberry Dr., Metairie,
                                                                                           and Georgia in Tblisi, Georgia         La 70005, (504) 831-3246,
Members of the Class of 1978 at StM            1969                                                                               louise6677@aol.com
Spirits Party                                                                              for a joint conference on the
                                               Want to be a class agent? Contact Julie     International Day of the Disabled      Ty Cook, his wife Debbie and
                                               Talbot at 504-736-9912 or julie.            on December 3, 2008. She has           their sons, Taylor and Andy have
                                               talbot@stmsaints.com                        submitted a proposal to the Peace      lived 16 years on Hilton Head
                                                                                           Corps Partnership Program for          Island. Ty is Senior Vice-President
                                               1970                                        a state-of-the-art, internet and       at Smith Barney.
                                               Want to be a class agent? Contact Julie     computer-based English language
                                               Talbot at 504-736-9912 or julie.            lab that will use a wide range of      1972
                                               talbot@stmsaints.com                        interactive media to “immerse
                                                                                                                                  Class Agent: Elizabeth Pedrick Sartain,
                                                                                           students in a total English            329 Hills Prairie Road, Bastrop, TX
                                               Cliff Sutterhas joined the St.              atmosphere of learning.” Betty
                                               Martin’s Episcopal School Board                                                    78602, (408) 410-3288, mslib5@
                                                                                           has just completed a proposal          yahoo.com
                                               of Trustees. Betty Smallwood                for a cold-climate, solar-powered
                                               moved to Nashville from the                 greenhouse and educational
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                                          His nomination is pending             and Vicki Fleetwood Ginger
                                          confirmation by the United States     did a wonderful job organizing
                                          Senate and signature by President     the class reunion. David Henson
                                          Bush. Raymond also was awarded        surprised the class with a video
                                          the Department of State Superior      of the 8th Grade Class Trip.
                                          Honor Award in 2007.                  Mike Nicoladis has joined the
                                                                                St. Martin’s Episcopal School
                                          1976                                  Board of Trustees. He and his
                                                                                wife Kristen had a new baby boy,
                                          Class Agent: Wally Porter, 3808 Clear
                                          view Pkwy., Metairie, LA 70006,       Corbin Michael Nicoladis on July
                                          (504) 455-6908, londonwp@aol.com 19, 2008. Lucy Fried Dinner was                  Erin Harris Hild, daughter of Allan ’82 and
                                                                                recently on the cover of Women’s            Kathryn Hild
                                          Wally Porter was honored at the
                                                                                Edge magazine that included a
J.P. Villaume ‘87 with his son Jackson    StM Spirits Party as this year’s
                                                                                featured article on Lucy. http://
                                          recipient of the St. Martin’s
                                                                                www.womensedgemagazine.com/
                                          Dorothy Porter Service Award.
                                                                                media/Mar08CoverStorySpreads.
1973                                      This award is given annually to an
                                                                                pdf. Michael Martin and his wife
                                          exemplary St. Martin’s citizen who
Class Agents: Adolphus & Melanie                                                Judy Becker Martin ’80 enjoyed
Fanning Dunn, 8828 Brentfield Road,       has consistently served the school
                                                                                a family trip to Rome, Capri and
Huntersville, NC 28078-5817,              with time, talent and treasures. See
                                                                                Venice in June ’08. Their children,
(704) 987-1237, adolphus.w.dunn@          page 23 for photos and to read
                                                                                William ’12 and Gerald ’15, are
aexp.com                                  Wally’s speech.
                                                                                looking forward to high school
                                                                                                                           Suzanne Gueydan, Melissa Quiroz
Wendy Schulz Ruckman, 228 St.                                                   and middle school, respectively.
Charles Ave. Suite 1418, New Orleans,
                                          1977                                                                             Campbell and Liz Goliwas at their Class of
                                                                                                                           1988 reunion
LA 70130, (504) 283-7457,                 Class Agent: Anne Marie Landreaux,       1979
wsruckman@yahoo.com                       13604 Lone Rider Trail 104, Austin,      REUNION YEAR
                                          TX 78738, (504) 837-2529,
                                          ams@rike.com.                            Class Agents: Carolyn Ashby Cooke,
1974                                                                               103 Chula Place, Mandeville,
                                          Danny Hughes’ daughter, Danyael
REUNION YEAR                                                                       LA 70471, (504) 845-4679,
                                          Hughes ’05, married Matt                 cackie103@charter.net
Class Agent: Walter F. Becker, Jr., 26
                                          Graham in Key West, FL, May 16,
Newcomb Blvd., New Orleans, 70118,
                                          2008. Jeff Meckstroth has joined
(504) 866-0078, becker@chaffe.com                                                  1980
                                          the St. Martin’s Episcopal School
Brian Melius has joined the St.                                                    Class Agents: Tara Schultz Carvin,
                                          Board of Trustees.
Martin’s Episcopal School Board                                                    9625 Stoney Ridge Lane, Apharetta, GA
of Trustees.                              1978                                     30022, (770) 992-5050, tscarv@
                                                                                   bellsouth.net
1975                                      Class Agent: Evelyn Fried Lazear, 2218
                                                                                   Jack Gordon, 1930 S. Dupre Street,
                                          McClendon, Houston, TX 77030,
Class Agent: Martha A. Jones, 239         (713) 942-9999, freesonknot@gmail.       New Orleans, LA, 70125
10th Street, New Orleans, LA 70124,                                                                                        Victory Levy, Eric Flamm and Ann Grogono
                                          com                                      Eric L. Holtzman, 21 Richmond           Hallead at their 1988 Class Reunion
(504) 488-6760, poppymollyjones@
                                          The class of 1978 celebrated             Place, New
aol.com
                                          its 30th reunion during Spirits          Orleans, LA
After 10 years in Latvia,                 Weekend at the New City Grille           (504) 861-
Raymond Stephens and his                                                           9155, eric.
                                          in Old Metairie. Classmates from
partner Emil Stalis have left Riga        the New Orleans area as well as          holtzman@
and moved to Accra, Ghana, in                                                      bellsouth.net
                                          from California, Colorado, Texas,
West Africa, where Raymond will           Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee,             Amy
serve as Vice-Consul and Political        Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland and         Sandridge,
Attaché at the US Embassy until           Massachusetts gathered at the            PhD, Shafallah
the summer of 2010. Raymond               New City Grille for a cocktail           Medical
spent the last six months at the          hour and dinner. To see photos           Genetics
Foreign Service Institute in a                                                     Center, 69
                                          from the event, go to http://
French language immersion course                                                   Lusail Street,
                                          home.comcast.net/~epginger/              West Bay
and has been recommended for              st_martin/. Evelyn Fried Lazear
tenure in the US Foreign Service.                                                  Area, P.O.
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                                                                                    his birthday this year. James also    and middle school, respectively.
                                                                                    plays trombone in the Greater         Ginger McFadden Ludacer
                                                                                    New Orleans Youth Orchestra.          wrote from her home in a little
                                                                                    Clara (5) begins kindergarten at      village on the north fork of Long
                                                                                    StM in the fall. Mark Kantrow         Island that things are going just
                                                                                    and Amy Sandridge shared              fine for her. Her 11 year old son
                                                                                    edamame on St. Charles Avenue         visited grandparents and cousins
                                                                                    in July. Mark is no longer a          in New Orleans over Summer
                                                                                    Hospitalist but is now a Palliative   ’08 and she gets to New Orleans
                                                                                    Care Specialist in Baton Rouge.       almost every year. Ginger sees
                                                                                    Allison McEwen Vaillancourt           Lori Hendler, Nancy Romaine,
                                                                                    tells us that her eldest daughter     and Anna Olinde regularly who
                                                                                    Kaitlin, (18) begins her studies at   she writes are even more beautiful
                                                                                    the University of Arizona, Tucson     than they were in high school.
                                                                                    in Sept. Allison was recently         Cammie Colomb wrote briefly to
                                                                                    promoted to Vice President of         say hello. And post K’, Jeff Martin
                                                                                    Human Resources at U of A.            and family moved just south of
                                                                                    Additionally, she has just signed a   Covington. He has two daughters:
Class of 1983 at the StM Spirits party                                              contract to co-edit a management      Jillian (6) and Ava (3). From
                                                                                    textbook. Karen Weaver still lives    Miami, Tom Mackie wrote that
                                                                                    in Anchorage, Alaska and loves        he’s been a pilot for Northwest
                                                                                    it. She’s been working for Merrill    for 13 years but will soon be
                                                                                    Lynch in a variety of positions       working for Delta after the merger.
                                                                                    for over 21 years and her English     He and his Dutch wife, Liesbeth
                                                                                    husband works for an Alaskan          celebrated their 20th anniversary
                                                                                    telecommunication company as          in July. Tom and Liesbeth have
                                                                                    a financial analyst. Karen and her    three children: Thomas (15), Pia
                                                                                    husband spend most of their free      (11), and Cornelia (8) all enrolled
                                                                                    time golfing in the summer and        in an Episcopalian school similar
                                                                                    cross-country skiing in the winter.   to StM. Liesbeth markets law
                                                                                    They also love to travel—their        firms internationally. In his free
                                                                                    sojourns in the past years have       time, Tom offers balloon rides and
                                                                                    taken them to Australia, including    every year they go to Albuquerque
Class of 1983 reunion                          Box 33123, Doha, Qatar, sandridge@   Tasmania, India, Singapore, Hong      where there is a big festival of over
                                               sandmews.demon.co.uk                 Kong, Malaysia, Croatia, Italy,       750 balloons in the air at once.
                                                                                    Greece, France, and of course,        Tom also flies hydrogen balloons
                                               Peggy King Bruce started back
                                                                                    Great Britain. They have plenty       over the castles of the Rhine River
                                               with New Orleans Publishing
                                                                                    of room in Alaska and can be          as time permits! Amy Sandridge
                                               Group in September ’07 after an
                                                                                    contacted at karen_weaver@            has had a tumultuous time since
                                               eight year hiatus at home with
                                                                                    ml.com. Karen plans to attend         Sept 2007 when she and her
                                               Rivers (11) and Rachel (6). She
                                                                                    the reunion in 2010. The proud        husband Bill were told that Weill
                                               sells advertising for the Custom
                                                                                    mother of sons, Colin (20)            Cornell Medical School in Qatar
                                               Publishing department and very
                                                                                    and Alex (8), Colleen Kuebel          no longer wanted them! It was
                                               much enjoys returning to the
                                                                                    Berthelot, is in her 23rd year as     quite a shock but they realized
                                               work force. Her spouse, Robert, is
                                                                                    a commercial real estate broker in    they hated working for those New
                                               working for 5 Star Food Services,
                                                                                    town. She has restored her Katrina    Yorkers anyway. Fortunately, after
                                               as the Executive Chef of the
                                                                                    flooded home in East Lakeshore        8 anxious months the couple were
                                               new development, Fountain Park
                                                                                    and takes part in the recovery of     rewarded with new positions in
                                               Centre, in Harvey LA. Leslie
                                                                                    our city. Judy Becker Martin and      Qatar. Bill, a Scot, is involved in
                                               Blake Conatser is pleased to
                                                                                    her husband Michael ’78 enjoyed       designing the research strategy for
                                               report that her son James (14),
                                                                                    a family trip to Rome, Capri and      a brand new hospital’s research
                                               an 8th grader at StM, pitched
                                                                                    Venice in June ’08. Their children,   center and she has a position as
                                               his Kenner Babe Ruth All Stars
                                                                                    William ’12 and Gerald ’15, are       a Genetic Epidemiologist. She is
                                               Baseball team to 2nd place in the
                                                                                    looking forward to high school        also very pleased to report that
                                               State Tournament in Zachary on
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their daughters Michael (14)              1983
and Isis (7) were presented at the                                                   Hans Luetkemeier, 5333 Colusieum
2008 Spring Fiesta in April in            Class Agent: John Burlingame, 1515
                                          Stanford Place, Charlotte, NC 28207,       Street, New Orleans, LA 70115,
Jackson Square and the Sheraton.                                                     (504) 895-3355, hansl@cox.net.
                                          (704) 375-3113, , jburlingame@
Amy stresses that she is missing          carolina.rr.com                            Bruce Hafford has recently moved
valid email addresses on about
                                          The St. Martin’s class of 1983             from California to Columbia,
50% of the class, so if you weren’t
                                          celebrated its 25th reunion over           Tennessee. Dominique Brown
contacted by her then that means
                                          Spirits weekend in May. On the             Giordano ’86 has designed a
she doesn’t have an email address
                                          Friday evening, Remi Fransen               signature collection of jewelry,
for you. Please contact Amy and
                                          Ottelin and her husband Scott              The Sophie’s Heart Collection.
send email addresses of those who
                                          graciously hosted a cocktail               It was created for her sister,
weren’t mentioned in this column!
                                          party at their beautiful home              Alexis Brown Whalen, who was
                                          Uptown. In attendance from                 diagnosed with kidney cancer                D.C. on the Road Reunion: Eileen Beckman
1981                                                                                 while pregnant with her 2nd child,          and Ryan Pfister ’88
                                          out of town were Becket
Class Agent: Karen O’Meallie Gundlach,    Becnel (Aspen, CO), John                   Sophie. 50%
1617 Nashville, Avenue, New Orleans,      Durham (Dallas, TX), Susan                 of the sale
LA 70115, and (504) 866-6054              Shackelford Gashaw (Destin,                of Sophie’s
                                          FL), Jim Hamlin (Arlington,                Heart will
1982                                      VA), Stephanie George Hosmer               be donated
                                          (Birmingham, AL), Baltzer                  to the Alexis
Class Agent: Patti Micklin, 721 St.
Andrews Lane, Louisville, CO 80027,       LeJeune (Birmingham, AL) Sally             Whalen
(303) 593-0099, pmicklin@comcast.         Owens Leman (Wimberley, TX),               Kidney
net                                       Angele Andry Mueller (New                  Cancer
                                          Albany, MS), Jennifer Posner               Fund. To
Patti Micklin has come out of
                                          (San Miguel, Mexico), Cara Macy            view the
“retirement” and is working
                                          Redmond (Stockton, NJ), Paige              collection,
in the development office at
                                          Yeargain Ritchey (Birmingham,              go to www.
Rocky Mountain Institute, an
                                          AL) and Elizabeth Schwarze                 dgiordano.
independent, entrepreneurial,
                                          (Houston, TX). Also attending              com. You
nonprofit that fosters the efficient
                                          from the New Orleans area were             can read
and restorative use of resources
                                          Jeff Armstrong, John Andry,                updates and
to make the world secure, just,
                                          Don Aleman, Bonnie Baber,                  view pictures
prosperous, and life-sustaining.
                                          Susan Bower, Melinda Benge                 about
Their offices are in Boulder
                                          Brown, Ginny Davis, Michael                Alexis and
and Snowmass. The Micklins                                                                                                        John Durham, Jim Hamlin ’83 and Becket
                                          Harold, Anne Dunlap Honeywell,             her family by clicking the Alexis            Becnel ’83 at the Alumni Golf Tournament
love Colorado and welcome
                                          Shauna Storey Grissett, Douglas
all visitors. Scott Shackelford
                                          McCollam, Missy Nicoladis,
has started a soccer program
                                          Nancy Mauthe, Alma Quiroz
across the lake in Madisonville.
                                          Roohi, Bill Roohi, Kim Weller
He is now getting ready to
                                          Henry, and Lana Prudhomme
begin his third year of play,
                                          Whitlow. A great time was had by
and approximately 300 children
from ages 4-12 are expected               the whole gang! Lots of laughter
to compete for Madisonville               and bad 80’s music reminiscent
this fall. For information on             of our years at St. Martin’s! On
Madisonville Soccer, go to www.           Saturday night, classmates enjoyed
madisonvillesports.com. William           being back on campus at the
Trotter and wife Beth Patterson
                                          Spirits party! A great class had a
Trotter ’87 are living in Lafayette,      great weekend!!
LA and have been competing in
triathlons together for two years.        1984
                                          REUNION YEAR
                                          Class Agents: Peyton Pettit Greene, 1409
                                          Homestead Ave., Metairie, LA 70005,      Cara Macy Redmond, Shauna Storey Grissett and Michael Harold at their ’83 class reunion
                                          (504) 835-9543, PeytonG00@cox.net
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                                                Whalen Kidney Cancer Fund link       Sean O’Neil’s solo practice             Alissa and her husband, Teddy,
                                                found on Dominique’s home page.      specializing in Marine and Oil          have two children. Kathleen Ford
                                                 Andre Berot Spring and husband      & Energy Law is going well. He          has recently returned to Lakeview.
                                                Harry have moved from LA back        recently celebrated its one year        Kathleen’s home was destroyed
                                                to Bucks County, PA, where Andre     anniversary (April 1, 2008). Twins      by Hurricane Katrina and she is
                                                has taken a senior marketing         Max & Ian O’Neil turn 3 on July         very happy to be back. Kathryn
                                                position with Bristol-Myers          11, 2008 and are growing up             Weekly Becnel lives in Aspen, CO
                                                Squibb. She states that she misses   fast and keeping Sean and Jenn          with her husband, Becket, and her
                                                Los Angeles, but she is now back     quite busy. The twins really enjoy      two children, Jane and Christian.
                                                in marketing and working on a        cheering on big brother Nathan          Holly Kuebel Mentz lives in New
                                                drug launch with their oncology      (8) at swim meets this past             Orleans with her husband, George,
                                                division – a once in a lifetime      summer. After 21 years of living        and her three children, Meridith,
Ned, son of Emily Saab Messerschmitt ’90        opportunity. Stuart Gayle will be    in Oxford, MS, Eric Boling has          Mason and Hayes. Brady Wood
                                                in the new Empire State Building     moved to Jackson, MS. He sold           lives in Dallas with his wife,
                                                Ad campaign and training for the     his stores in Oxford, took some         Megan, and his two children
                                                New York City Marathon. His          time off and is now working as          Honor and Wheeler. Samantha
                                                daughter Amelia turned three this    the Area Developer for Instant Tax      McInnis earned a Master degree
                                                summer. Dr. Royce Dean Yount         Service. Eric sells and develops        in Professional Counseling from
                                                has recently been spotted on a       franchises in Mississippi, New          Georgia State University in May
                                                Times Picayune ad for Crescent City  Orleans, and Baton Rouge. Eric          2007 and has been working as a
                                                Cardiovascular Associates. Jeanne    has been married to Heather for         substance abuse counselor/case
                                                Herrington and Jeff DeBuys           11 years, and they have three           manager in Atlanta since.
Sophie's Heart pendant
                                                married on November 6, 2007          blond-haired blue-eyed girls; Mary
                                                and are residing in San Diego, CA.   Reiley ( 9), Olivia (6), Claire (3).    1987
                                                            Tracey Wirth Moore       Dominique Brown Giordano also
                                                                                                                             Class Agent: Rachal Gately Moriarty,
                                                            has a new real estate    has three blond children: Luke (8),     210 Sena Drive, Metairie, LA 70005,
                                                            office on Magazine St.   Charlie (4), and Vivi (2). Dom          (504) 831-4018, rgmoriarty@
                                                            in New Orleans and       and her husband, Chuck, recently        bellsouth.net.
                                                            actually acted as agent  moved into their newly built
                                                                                                                             Lacy Williams Rabe, 230 Midway Drive,
                                                            for Julie Koppman        house in Old Metairie. Dom’s
                                                                                                                             River Ridge, LA 70123, (504) 737-
                                                            Bain and husband Brian, jewelry business is still flourishing.
                                                                                                                             2636, lacerabe@cox.net
                                                            who just purchased a     Her Sophie’s Heart Collection
                                                                                                                             Allan Burkes has been in
                                                            new house Uptown.        was created for her sister, Alexis
                                                            Robert Diliberto was the Brown Whalen ‘84, who was               Destin, FL for the past 5 years
                                                            closing attorney. Ann    diagnosed with Kidney Cancer            working for Trammell Crow
                                                            Steinbaugh Morris and    while pregnant with her 2nd             Residential, developing apartment
                                                            husband Neal adopted     child, Sophie. 50% of the sale of       communities along the Panhandle.
                                                                                                                             J. P. Villaume and wife, Elisabeth
                                                            Owen Jefferson Morris, Sophie’s Heart will be donated to
                                                            born November 16,        the Alexis Whalen Kidney Cancer         welcomed a son, Jackson
                                                            2006, from Russia. He    Fund. To view the collection, go        Alexander Villaume, born May
Maggie and Sarah, daughters of David            joins his sister Natalia (6) and     to www.dgiordano.com. Diann             23, 2008. Beth Patterson Trotter
Bowman ’92, granddaughters of Susan             Henry (5).                           Pelias Stathakis has spent time         & William Trotter ’82 are living
Pansano ’66                                                                          in New Orleans this summer with         in Lafayette, LA and have been
                                                1985                                 her three boys: John, Gerald and        competing in triathlons together
                                                                                     William. Diann and her husband,         for two years.
                                                Class Agents: Jim Rogers, 3 Shadow
                                                Lane, Metairie, LA 70005, (504)      John, recently bought a condo in
                                                                                     New Orleans, so we look forward         1988
                                                834-5225, James.Rogers@arlaw.com
                                                                                     to seeing Diann more often. Lynn        Class Agents: Lynne Churchill Renshaw,
                                                                                     Yeldell was recently in town for        4107 Markham St., Houston, TX
                                                1986                                                                         77027, (713) 892-8382, Lrensh@
                                                                                     her birthday. She is still living
                                                Class Agent: Norma Jean McClain, 213 in Austin and doing very well.          hotmail.com
                                                Geranium Street, Metairie, LA 70005, Alissa Miller Kantrow and her           Charles Schaefer, 55 Stetson Avenue, Corte
                                                (504) 832-9017, normajmcclain@       family are living in Shreveport.        Madera, CA 94925, (415) 383-
                                                hotmail.com                          Alissa works in the movie business.     2036, charles.schaefer@comcast.net
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Garrick and Sarah Close Rose ’93 with their son Owen




                                                                                         AR where Mike is the Senior          Class of 1988 at Spirits Party
                                                                                         Vice President of Strategic
                                                                                         Relations for First Data USA.
                                                                                         Allison Sutton works for a large
                                                                                         Behavioral Health Hospital in
                                                                                         Hattiesburg, MS as the Business
                                                                                         Development Coordinator
                                                                                         for their 4 national programs
                                                                                         for eating disorders, chemical
                                                                                         dependency, sex addiction, and
                                                                                         personality disorders. She plans
                                                                                         a move to New Orleans soon.
                                                                                         Karen Witkin Swidler married
Class of 1988 enjoyed watching their children play on the StM playground at Krispy Kreme Sean Swidler on October 13th,
and Kids held for Alumni and their children the morning of Spirits Party                 2007. They are living in Evanston,
                                                                                         IL, and Karen is the upper school    Peyton Page and Wes Dieth son of Edmund
                                                                                                                              Dieth ’93 and wife Suzie Shaw Dieth ’92
A group of over 30 graduates                     Star game. He has been the head         learning specialist and teaches
celebrated their 20th reunion at                 coach at Episcopal for 12 years.        “Mind and Brain” at Francis
the beautiful home of Angelle                                                            W. Parker School in Chicago.
and André Thionville. They                       1989                                    Jones Dieth teaches at Christian
also enjoyed seeing each other’s                 REUNION YEAR
                                                                                         Brothers School and also serves
children play on the St. Martin’s                                                        as the head lacrosse coach. Jones
                                                 Class Agents: Ruth Mora Marshall,
playground. Lynne Churchill                                                              is also the head lacrosse coach
                                                 5213 Sanford Street, Metairie,
Renshaw and Melissa Quiroz                       LA 70006, (504) 304-0596,               at De La Salle High School. He
Campbell did a fantastic job at                  ruthanalise@aol.com                     and his wife recently acted in
organizing the reunion! Chris                                                            JPAS’s Great American Trailer
                                                 Charlee Marshall Williamson, 5316       Park Musical. Alfredo Mesa lives
Beckman coached the Episcopal
                                                 Chestnut St., New Orleans, LA 70115, in Atlanta and is the principal
(BR) High School basketball                      (504) 861-3809, cwilliamson@
team to a 37-3 record and State                                                          behind The Mesa Group, LLC,
                                                 neworleans-food.com
Quarterfinal berth last year. He                                                         specializing in financial planning
                                                 Spencer Michael Reed was born                                                 Peyton Carrie Page, daughter of Greg Page
was selected as the AA State                                                             for busy professionals. Nicole        ’93 and his wife Tanner.
                                                 May 24, 2008 to Allicyn and             Bailliet Smith and Shelby Snyder
Coach of Year and was also
                                                 Michael Reed. Mike and Allicyn          Hammer got together for a fun
selected to coach the LHSCA/
                                                 also have a daughter, Morgan            girls’ weekend in July. Raynal
LHSAA State high school All-
                                                 Grace and live in Bentonville,          Ruch Hamilton is an attending
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                                                                                         daughter, Vivian
                                                                                         Rose Maruri. Emily
                                                                                         Saab Messerschmitt
                                                                                         gave birth to son,
                                                                                         Edward Lazar
                                                                                         Messerschmitt “Ned”.

                                                                                         1991
                                                                                       Class Agent: Sam Dunn,
                                                                                       4132 St. Charles, Apt.
                                                                                       B2, New Orleans, 70115,
                                                                                       (504) 813-2844,              Darby, daughter of Eddy and Christina Murphy Hayes ’95
                                                                                       sammyd_22e@hotmail.com
                                                                                                                                   Nikki Corcoran Jordan, 7002 Merrilee
                                                                                       David Grevemberg is currently
                                                                                                                                   Lane, Dallas, TX, 75214, (214)
                                                                                       the senior executive in charge              240-2037, nchrisjordan@aol.com
                                                                                       of sport for the International
                                                                                       Paralympic Committee. David has Jay Adair and his wife, were the
D.C. on the Road Reunion: Keri Solis ’96       radiologist at the Baylor Breast        been based in Bonn, Germany for first to be wed in the St. Martin’s
and Dr. Rex Mooney                             Imaging Center in Dallas. This          the past 9 years.                           chapel. Shannon James Roberts
                                               spring, Raynal and husband Drew                                                     gave birth to Reese Clara Roberts
                                                                      celebrated       1992                                        on March 31. Chris Coffman
                                                                      the birth                                                    moved to NYC in November
                                                                                       Class Agent: Jennifer Adams, 55 Beverly ’06. He works at GE Energy
                                                                      of Andrew        Garden Drive, Metairie, LA 70001,
                                                                      Weber                                                        Financial Services as a private
                                                                                       (504) 828-6793, jadams@dkslaw.              equity analyst. His wife Elizabeth
                                                                      Hamilton,        com
                                                                      Jr., “Web”                                                   is expecting baby number two in
                                                                                       Matt Neighbors still lives in               May and staying busy with two
                                                                      who joins big    The Woodlands, TX. He spent
                                                                      sister Charlie.                                              year old son Henry. Carolina
                                                                                       4 years as an Assistant Program             Bravo married Bruno Salvatierra
                                                                      Aidan Thomas Director at a boarding school for
                                                                      Molaison was                                                 this past March in Miami.
                                                                                       troubled teens in Conroe, TX.               She recently opened Sprocket
                                                                      born March       Matt supervised the program and Boutique, a funky, art-driven gift
                                                                      31, 2008 to      counseled the kids on a variety of shop in Miami’s modern historic
                                                                      Matthew and      topics including, but not limited
                                                                      Alicia Vial
                                                                                                                                   neighborhood. You can visit her
                                                                                       to, substance abuse and behavioral shop at www.sprocketboutique.
                                                                      Molaison.
                                                                                       issues. In January, he took a               com. Anne Monsted has opened
                                                                      Charlee
                                                                                       position as Program Director for            her second Smoothie King in
Taylor Michelle daughter of Tommy and                                 Marshall
                                                                                       a company that provides home                Uptown Charlotte, which is where
Sharon McDaniel Griffith ’95                   Williamson has joined the St.
                                                                                       and community assisted living for she also resides. Christian Leask
                                               Martin’s Episcopal School Board         people with mental retardation
                                               of Trustees.                                                                        was married on Saturday, April
                                                                                       and developmental disabilities.             26, in Madrid, Spain to Karma
                                                                                       Jennifer Mintz-Williams had                 Sanchez. Meeta Prasad is living
                                               1990                                    a baby boy, Adrian Michael                  in Philadelphia where she is doing
                                               Class Agents: Sally Schuber Belenky     Williams.                                   a fellowship in pulmonary and
                                               1850 Volberg Street, NW, Atlanta, GA                                                critical care medicine at U. Penn.
                                               30318, (404) 351-2443, belenkys@ 1 9 9 3                                            Kathy Haycock Garvin is living
                                               bellsouth.net
                                                                                       Class Agents: Katie Faught, 5100            in Greenville, South Carolina
                                               Kelly Petro Bridgforth, 3855 Bridgforth Purdue Dr., Metairie, LA 70003,             with her husband Jonathan,
                                               Rd., Olive Branch, MS 38654, (662) (504) 887-6977, kpfaught@yahoo.                  stepson, Alex, daughter, Eliza
                                               893-4250, Kelly.brightforth@            com                                         (2 yrs) and son, Jack William (1
                                               buttersnow.com                                                                      yr). She recently started working
                                                                                       Steve Griffith, 421 Octavia St., New
                                               Kristine O’Connell Maruri               Orleans, LA 70115, (504) 899-               at a company called NewFields,
                                               and husband, Jose are excited           4442, sgriffith@bakerdonelson.com           as an environmental consultant.
                                               to announce the birth of their                                                      She made a quick visit to New
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Orleans in March in order                                                                     LSU School of Veterinary
to run in the Crescent City                                                                   Medicine. The newlyweds           Alumni Spotlight
                                                                                                                                Name: Sarah lynn Jones
Classic with her husband and                                                                  have since relocated to St.
                                                                                                                                Class Year: 2004
sister Emily Fournier ’88.                                                                    Petersburg, FL where she has
                                                                                                                                Where you went to college/grad
Katie Faught had the pleasure                                                                 joined a veterinary practice.
                                                                                                                                school/degrees: the united States
of entertaining Kathy and                                                                     Rachel Tuuri has moved to
                                                                                                                                merchant marine Academy; Bachelor
Emily’s children on the day of                                                                Chicago to start a fellowship     of Science in logistics and intermodal
the race. Chris LeMieux, Fritz                                                                in pediatric emergency            transportation; Concentration in leadership
Koch, Greg Page, and Morlas                                                                   medicine at Children’s            and Ethics; uSCg third mate license of
Schoenfield ’94 participated                                                                  Memorial Hospital. Jason          unlimited tonnage; Commission in the united
and finished the Louisiana                                                                    Conway and wife, Lacey had        States navy as an Ensign
Triathlon in New Roads on                                                                     their first baby in March,        Occupation: Commissioned officer (Ensign)
April 21, 2008. Stephen                                                                       Olivia Hart Conway. Alison        in the uSn
Griffith is now a shareholder                                                                 Grice is serving as the 2008      Your hobbies and interests: i am
at Baker Donelson. Sarah                                                                      President of the Women’s          currently taking private pilot lessons to get
                                 Elle Taylor daughter of Chad and Taylor Wohleber Yoes ’96
Jane Close Rose gave birth to                                                                 Council of Realtors (N.O.         a bit of a “leg up” on navy training. hiking
Owen Henry Rose, on April                                                                     Metro Chapter), and has           and Rock climbing have become hobbies
4, 2008. Amy Johnson and                                                                       been nominated to serve          since i moved to Seattle for temporary duty.
Bud Tower were married                                                                         on the 2009 State WCR            Favorite Food/Music/Book: Sushi!!!!
February 23, 2008, south of                                                                    Governing board. Alison          Sugarland, Kenny Chesney, and gary Allan
New Orleans at Woodland                                                                        is currently working as          (country artists) are who’s in my CD player
Plantation. Amy just finished                                                                  a Realtor at the Keller          right now. i’d have to say my favorite book
her residency in Psychiatry                                                                    Williams New Orleans             is “lone Survivor” by marcus luttrell.
at the Medical University of                                                                   office. She lives in the Irish   Favorite place you’ve traveled: i have
South Carolina. The couple                                                                     Channel, and has recently        been to about 18 countries in the past four
                                                                                                                                years and of those i would have to say that
will be moving to Wellington,                                                                  started her own business,
                                                                                                                                my favorite was Singapore because while it’s
New Zealand for six months                                                                     WalkableNewOrleans.com,
                                                                                                                                exotic it is very modern and clean.
where Amy will be practicing                                                                   whose purpose is to promote
                                                                                                                                What’s happening this year? this
Psychiatry. Following that,                                                                    the development of New
                                                                                                                                year is my first year on active duty in the
they will reside in Charleston, Mazie daughter of Julia and Matthew Rigdon ‘98                 Orleans neighborhoods as         uSn. i am currently on temporary duty
SC. Gareth Healy and his                                                                     walkable communities and to        at a recruiting station in Seattle, WA until
wife Gillian, recently returned                                                              specialize in real estate sales    mid oCt when i travel to Fl for navy flight
from 18 months in the                  Suzie ’92, over the long 4th of                       in those areas. Ashley Baier       training. my report date is noV 7 and it’s
Middle East conducting Counter         July weekend. According to Greg                  Schultz has had a few changes           all up to me then. how much i apply myself
Improvised Explosive Device            it was pretty clear Wes had a crush in her family with a move to the
                                                                                                                                determines what i will fly for the navy. i’m
(IED) and diving operations for        on Peyton.                                       Chicago area and a new baby             a pretty determined person and i have my
the Navy . He is now working                                                            boy, Coleman. Her 2-1/2 year            sights set on the F/A-18. this year is just the
at the Pentagon in Washington,         1994                                             old, Campbell, is wondering             beginning though. it will take a few years
DC, and was promoted to                REUNION YEAR                                     what else might change! Ashley          before i get selected for a specific air frame.
Lieutenant Commander. Brooke           Class Agent: Jason Griffith, 2422 Templi Hall Williams and sister, Kelly                 until that time the training is a “lump”
Annmarie Christy arrived on            Scotia, Henderson NV, 89044, (702)               Hall ’98, opened a boutique             training. Everyone who enters trains the
June 6, 2008, to Arthur Christy        650-5011, jason@dejoyagriffith.com.              called Hemline in Dallas. It is         same until selection time. i’m really excited
and wife Brenda Christy. Arthur                                                         actually a franchise of a store that    because this is something i have been
                                                                                                                                pursuing a long time.
is a Group Supervisor at the           1995                                             originated on Chartres Street in
Virginia Department of Forensic                                                         the French Quarter. Lee Prewitt         What’s your favorite memory of
Science lab in Norfolk, VA. Greg Class Agents: Bill Schroeder, 3102                     Kresovsky and husband, Joe,             St. Martin’s? my favorite memories of
                                       Funston Street, Austin, TX 78703,                                                        Stm are on the sports fields, courts, and
Page and his wife Tanner had                                                            are relocating to Denver CO
                                       William.Schroeder@gmail.com                                                              courses i competed on. i loved participating
a beautiful baby girl on May 6,                                                         in September. They are both
                                       Cindy Perret , P.O. Box 226 River                                                        in athletics! Be it running cross country,
2008. Peyton Carrie Page arrived                                                        taking positions in the Cummins
                                       Road, Edgard, LA 70049, (225) 658- Marketing field office in Denver.                     shooting hoops, chasing a golf ball, rolling
three and half weeks early and
                                       6481, Trblqueen@aol.com                                                                  for strikes, or vaulting into the air sports
weighed 5 pounds 10 ounces.                                                             Lee will be a Territory Manager
                                                                                                                                were my passion at Stm. the friends i made
Greg and Tanner had to keep a          Margaret Neighbors got married                   and Joe will be a Technical
                                                                                                                                and lessons i learned from competition and
close eye on Wes Dieth, 6 month        in March to Josh Trumble.                        Support Manager. Erin and               teamwork will stick with me through my
old son of Edmund Dieth and            In May, she graduated from                       Billy Dugan have just had a
                                                                                                                                navy days.
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                                                                                               6261, carolemarianne@earthlink.net
                                                                                               Muffin Labouisse Adraince and
                                                                                               husband Jason proudly announce
                                                                                               the arrival of their baby boy,
                                                                                               Charles Wilhelm Adriance “Will”
                                                                                               born on December 7, 2007.
                                                                                               Muffin states that it is definitely
                                                                                               interesting having two boys 20
                                                                                               months apart. Taylor Wohleber
                                                                                               Yoes and husband Chad have
                                                                                               moved back to Louisiana. Chad
                                                                                               was promoted to Regional
                                                                                               Finance Director of Louisiana and
                                                                                               Mississipi for Walmart. The family
                                                                                               is residing in Covington and they
                                                                                               just had their third child, Elle
                                                                                               Taylor born on October 16, 2007.       Lindsay Crotty ’01 and James Bahra were
                                                                                               Wesley Rolston moved to                wed on August 16, 2008
Mathison Hall ’99 (right) and one of his             baby girl named Eileen. Deepak
                                                                                               Houston, TX and is teaching
scouts rest in the back of a light armored vehicle   Chakravarty   is spending his
after completing a three day counter-insurgency
                                                                                               3rd grade at Annunciation            Marseille, France in February
                                                     summer at Citigroup in NYC
patrol along the Syrian border.                                                                Orthodox School. Keri Solis          2008 after spending 2 and a
                                                     & will return to Austin in
                                                                                               married Michael Fail on April 19,    half years there for his job. They
                                                     August for year 2 of his MBA.
                                                                                               2008 at Christ Church Episcopal      came back and split time between
                                                     Charles Labouisse will obtain
                                                                                               in Richmond, VA.                     Houston and New Orleans
                                                                        his Certified
                                                                        Associate                                                   as Matthew was working for
                                                                        Project Manager
                                                                                               1997                                 Rigdon Marine. Their first child,
                                                                        (CAPM)                 Class Agent: Steven Sherman, 2715    Marguerite Epperson Rigdon,
                                                                        designation            Kansas Avenue, Kenner, LA 70062      “Mazie”, was born on March
                                                                        in August and          (504) 463-0278, lsusherm1997@        17, 2008 in New Orleans. She
                                                                        complete the           yahoo.com                            weighed in at 8 lbs. and was 20
                                                                        MBA program            Chad Flick received his MBA from inches long. As of June 1, the
                                                                        in December            the Tepper School at Carnegie        family has relocated permanently
                                                                        of 2008. Upon          Mellon, Pittsburgh in May. In        to Houston and he is now working
                                                                        graduation             August, he and his wife Megan        for GulfMark Offshore, a publicly
                                                                        Charles plans          will be re-locating to London,       traded company, which has just
                                                                        to go into             where Chad has accepted a job        recently acquired Rigdon Marine.
                                                                                               in the Capital Markets Group of      Lauren Venturatos will be getting
                                                                        investment
                                                                        banking. Sharon        Deutsche Bank.                       married on November 1, 2008
                                                                         McDaniel
                                                                                                                                    to Wes Sharples at Houmas
                                                                         Griffith, and         1998                                 House Plantation in Darrow, LA.
                                                                                                                                    Caroline Merrick McDowell and
                                                                       husband,                Class Agents: Stephanie Caine, 39300
D.C. on the Road Reunion: Dr. Jeffrey Beedy                                                                                         Adrienne Phillips Ray will be
                                                     Tommy, had a baby girl, Taylor in         Medallion Court, Apt 620, Farmington
and Amy Scalia ’99                                                                                                                  Lauren’s matrons of honor and her
                                                     March. Eddy and Cristina Murphy           Hills, MI 48331, (248) 788-1461,
                                                     Hayes are happy announce the
                                                                                                                                    brother, Georg Venturatos ’01, will
                                                                                               sacaine@hotmail.com
                                                     birth of their daughter, Darby.                                                be a groomsman.
                                                                                               Nihal Tijas Godiwala, 15 Pearl St.,
                                                                                               Apt. 7, Cambridge, MA 02139-4079, 1 9 9 9
                                                     1996                                      (212) 965-5119, nihalgodiwala@
                                                                                                                                    REUNION YEAR
                                                     Class Agent: Stacy Weber Houston,         hotmail.com
                                                     10151 Betty Jane Lane, Dallas, TX                                              Class Agents: Malain McCormick, 4729
                                                                                               Andrea Roohi Bonnette, 200 Papworth  34th Street, Apt. B, San Diego, CA,
                                                     75229, (214) 366-3120, Stacy.             Ave., Metairie, LA 70005, (504)
                                                     houston@att.net.                                                               mmccormick@eliteracing.com
                                                                                               837-2470, Arbonnette@bellsouth.net
                                                     Carole L. Osborne, 35 Ivy Ridge, N.E.,                                         Brittany Olson, 4429 St. Charles, Ave.,
                                                                                               Matthew Rigdon, and wife, Julia,
                                                     Atlanta, GA 30342, (404) 915-                                                  New Orleans, LA 70115, (504) 891-
                                                                                               moved back to the States from
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1876, bmolson1@aol.com
Jessica Resignola Skelly, 3915 St.
Charles Ave., #409, New Orleans, LA
70115, Jessica.Skelly@yahoo.com
Mathison Hall and his wife Ellie
recently moved to Northern
Virginia, where Mathison is an
instructor training new Marine
Corps lieutenants and Ellie is
a high school science teacher.
Mathison recently completed
a two year tour at 1st Light
Armored Recon Battalion in
California, during which time
he deployed to Iraq as a platoon
commander. Seth Duplantis
lives in New York and attends
Columbia Business School.

2000
Class Agents:
Ondina Canales, 2480 16th Street,
NW Apt.203, Washington, DC,            and scheduled to go to Iraq in          Cum Laude from the Paul M.                 Mason Talbert ’00 married Michelle Steinhardt
20009, ondina.canales@gmail.com        September. Whitney’s job is Joint       Hebert Law Center at LSU,                  June 28, 2008
Sara Tuuri Coleman, 6060 Village Bend, Terminal Attack Controller,             where he was inducted into the
Apt. 3165, Dallas, TX, (214) 394-      which means he is the guy on the        Order of the Coif and served
8647, STC042000@utdallas.edu           ground telling pilots in jets where     as the Production Editor for the
Zachary Wool, 20-22 Prince Street,     to drop bombs and whether or            Louisiana Law Review. He and
Apt. 9, New York, NY, 10012, (504) not they hit that target. Ashley            his wife Elizabeth now live in the
885-8853, zacherywool@gmail.com        Peterson is presently teaching 3rd      French Quarter. Aimee Moreau is
Mason Talbert married Michelle
                                       and 4th grade at Metairie Park          engaged to Tyler Edward Anthony
Steinhardt June 28, 2008. Nick         Country Day School and working          and will be getting married on
Hintz and Peter Castaing were
                                       on her Master’s Degree in Special       August 9, 2008. Lindsay Crotty
groomsmen. Other alumni in             Education at UNO.                       and James Bahra are planning a
the wedding party were the                                                     wedding for August 16, 2008.
groom’s brother Bryan Talbert          2001                                                                               D.C. on the Road Reunion: Liz Williams ’99
’95, Margot Castaing ’02 and           Class Agents: Jessica L. Boe,           2002                                       and Julie Talbot, Alumni Director
Aimee Hyatt ’02. In attendence         Birmingham-Southern College, P.O. Box   Class Agents: John Caine, 1442 Steuart,
were Shelby Westfeldt, Natalie         540057, Birmingham, AL 35254,           Baltimore, MD, 21230, (540) 449-
Stein, Ginger Guzzetta, Ryan           (504) 391-2005, jess_boe@yahoo.         1657, jcaine3@gmail.com.
Adkerson, Matt Wicker, Scott           com
                                                                               Lindsey Greer, 73 Nassau Avenue,
Samuel, Matt Stedman, and Matt         David Christian, 1075 Peachtree Walk    Kenner, LA 70065, (504) 443-
Wilson. Other alumni present           NE, Apt A., Atlanta, GA 30309,          2738, GreerLD@gmail.com
included Will Woesnerr ’99,            (504) 738-5753
Ryan Evans ’01, Chris Johnson                                                  David Coons, 8337 Argosy Court,
                                       Lauren Malone, 3369 Antoine Wattigny
’01, James Sarpy ’02, Amy                                                      Baton Rouge, LA 70809, (504) 451-
                                       Blvd., Kenner, LA (504) 467-2030,
Evans ’04, and Karl Senner                                                     9475, davidccoons@gmail.com
                                       lamalone@loyno.edu
’04. Whitney Davis graduated                                                   John Moustoukas spent the
from Auburn in 2004 and was            Ashley Mohrmann, 4 Sanctuary Lane,      summer in Greece and will be
                                       Metairie, LA 70006, akmohrmann@
immediately commissioned in                                                    entering his 3rd year of medical
                                       yahoo.com
the Marine Corps. Currently he                                                 school at Tulane.
is stationed in Okinawa, Japan         Ben Janke    graduated Magna
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   Rachel Quartano and                     2003                                      in Austin, TX. Joining her in
                                                                                     this accomplishment is Brooke
 James William Adair ‘93                   Class Agents: Sadiha Ahmed, 54            Conroy, who graduated in August
were married on Saturday,                  Granada Drive, Kenner, LA 70065,
  December 29, 2007 in                                                               from Clemson University with a
                                           (504) 583-6585, sadiha5@hotmail.
 the St. Martin’s Episcopal                com                                       Sociology degree and a minor in
        School Chapel.                                                               French. Mitchell White is working
     "It was a wonderful                   John Baker, 30 Chateau Rothchild Drive,   hard at SCAD, but when he’s not
  experience to get married                Kenner, LA 70065, (504) 466-              studying he finds time to work
      on the grounds of                    4483, jbake24@lsu.edu                     as a Junior Producer for Paula
    my alma mater. The                     Dimitri Loupakos, 121 Ruffled Feathers    Deen’s Cooking Shows (Paula’s
   remodeled chapel is an                  Drive, Lemont, IL, Dloupako@indiana.      Home Cooking and Paula’s Party).
  exceptional venue to hold                edu                                       Danyael Hughes married Matt
   a wedding, and it was                                                             Graham in Key West, FL, May 16,
  very special for my past,                Jonathan Lu, 809 Roseland Pkwy.,
                                           Harahan, LA 70123, (504) 738-             2008.
    present, and future to
come together like it did on               1850, Lu2007@alumni.rice.edu
     our wedding day."                     Emily Estes Rogers had a
                                                                                     2006
                                           baby girl, Helen Mae Rogers, in           Class Agent: James Pfeiffer, james.
                                           February 2008.                            pfeiffer@gmail.com

                                           2004                                      2007
                                           REUNION YEAR                              Class Agent: Kate Hoolahan, hoolahan@
                                           Want to be a class agent? Contact Julie   email.unc.ed
                                           Talbot at 504-736-9912 or Julie.
                                           Talbot@stmsaints.com                      Sarah Beth Pansano: sbnp89@gmail.
                                                                                     com.
                                           Hayley Hutchison graduated from
                                           LSU in Elementary Education and           Lauren Waters: lewater@emory.edu
                                           will be teaching kindergarten at St.
                                           George’s this fall. Emily Fransen         2008
                                           graduated Cum Laude from                  Class Agent: Shayan Ahmed:
                                           Loyola University New Orleans             shayanakahmed@gmail.com
                                           in May with a Bachelor of Music
                                           degree in Vocal Performance               Alex Humphries: stm08@hotmail.com
                                           and Music Industry Studies. She           Kyle Ridley is a member of
                                           gave a senior recital in voice and        the 2008 LSU Fighting Tigers
                                           piano in Loyola’s Nunemaker               football team.
                                           Hall in February 2008, and she
                                           is currently teaching piano at
                                           Hall Piano Company in Metairie.
                                           In addition, she runs her own
                                           promotions company, ECF Music
                                           Productions, out of her home in
                                           Uptown New Orleans.

                                           2005
                                           Class Agents: Anna Coons, 2000
                                           North Pkwy. Box 1479, Memphis, TN
                                           38112, (504) 554-1667, cooam@
                                           rhodes.edu
                                           Gretchen Hoffmann graduated
                                           from Davidson College with
                                           a BA in Religion and a minor
                                           in Spanish. She now works for
                                           a software and web developer
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                                                                                                                                                                                  As you can see from the amazing Annual      Scholar - ($5,000.00 - $9,999 )
                                                                                                                                                                                  Report below, St. Martin’s was graced      Mr. Gary Brewster ’71
                            Annual Report 2007-08                                                                                                                                 last year by incredibly generous parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Coatney
                                                                                                                                                                                  alumni, grandparents, parents of alumni,   Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Cummings
                                                         S O U RC E O F FU N DS                                                                                                   and many more who contributed to make      Eugenie & Joseph Jones Family Foundation
                     Annual Giving 3.80%
                                                                                         Restricted Gifts 1.79%
                                                                                          Miscellaneous Income .97%
                                                                                                                                                                                  our school better. We set a record for     Dr. and Mrs. Eric R. George
  Operating Investment Income 1.02%                                                                                                                                               Annual Giving, and I want particularly to  Ms. Jan M. Hayden
      Auxiliary Services 11.69%                                                                                                                                                   thank the many volunteers who made that    Mr. and Mrs. Everard W. Marks, III
                                                                                                                                                                                  possible:                                  Mr. Jesse B. Morgan, III ’66
     Endowment 1.68%                                                                                                                                                                                                         The Community Foundation of
     Use of Endowment                                                                                                                                                             Annual Giving Leadership ’07-08 Shreveport-Bossier
          Funds 2.99%
                                                                                                                                                                                  Barbara Delchamps Bossier ’82 and          Mr. Shi G. Zheng and Ms. Hiu F. Yeung
                                                                                                                                                                                   Steven Bossier ’82, Chairs
                                                                                                                                 Tuition and Fees 76.06%
                                                                                                                                                                                  Nancy and Ken Prieur, Upper School         Fellow - ($3,000.00 - $4,999 )
                                                                                                                                                                                  Lesley and Kenny Rubenstein,               Drs. Joan and Bradley Bartholomew
                                                                                                                                                                                   Middle School                             Drs. Scott A. and Gail Benton
   Tuition & Fees........................................................................................................................................... $9,694,547           Danielle and Chad Guidry, Lower School     Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Bossier ’78
   Endowment ........................................................................................................................................................ 214,318     Laura and George Mueller, George Cottage    (Margaret Dannenberg ’78)
   Auxiliary Services ....................................................................................................................................... 1,489,406           Hans Luetkemeier ’84, Alumni               Mr. and Mrs. John DeMartini ’80
   Operating Investment Income .................................................................................................................. 130,253
                                                                                                                                                                                  Marian and Larry Gibbs, Parents of Alumni Mr. and Mrs. John J. Graham
   Annual Giving ................................................................................................................................................. 484,023
                                                                                                                                                                                  Murrell and John Girault ’55, Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Chad E. Harris
   Restricted Gifts ............................................................................................................................................... 228,676
   Miscellaneous Income.................................................................................................................................. 123,606
                                                                                                                                                                                  Alan G. Brackett, Board of Trustees        Mr. E. Douglas Johnson, Jr. ’60
   Use of Endowment Funds............................................................................................................................381,313                      Michael C. Odom, Board of Visitors         Mr. and Mrs. Willem Kristel
         Totals ................................................................................................................................................... $12,746,142   Dr. Jeffrey Pratt Beedy, Leadership Team   Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Manard, III
                                                                                                                                                                                  Bill Rosenbaum, Upper School Faculty       Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Matthews
                                                                                                                                                                                  Janis McCormick, Middle School Faculty     Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan
                                                                                                                                                                                  Sue Shaw, Lower School Faculty             Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Rouse
                                                                U S E O F FU N DS
                                                                                                                                                                                  Toni Caserta, Staff                         (Suzanne Tonti ’79)
                     Debt Repayment 1.52%
    Financial Aid (non-faculty) 6.46%
                                                                                       Restricted Gift Expense 1.79%                                                                                                          Mr. Stephen M. Schweitzer and
Provision for Plant Replacement/                                                                                                                                                  Thanks to our volunteers and each member     Mrs. Sandra L. Miller
   Facilities Improvements 1.96%                                                                                                                                                  of our community who made ’07-08 so         Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Sisung, III
          Operation and                                                                                                                                                           successful.                                 Ms. Susan Swanner
    Maintenance of Plant
                10.93%                                                                                                                                                                        --Lisa Newman Sibal ’77
                                                                                                                                                                                              Director of Advancement         Founder - ($1,200-$2,999 )
           Auxiliary Service                                                                                                                                                                                                  Anonymous (1)
                    11.75%                                                                                                                                                          Unrestricted Annual Gifts
                                                                                                                                      Faculty, Administrative                                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Orr Adams, Jr.
                                                                                                                                      Salaries and Benefits                        Received Between July 1, ’07
                                                                                                                                      51.40%                                                                                   (Meg Stainback ’75)
                                                                                                                                                                                         and June 30, ’08
           Curriculum, General &                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. Nathan P. Adams, III and
  Administrative Expenses 14.18%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dr. Wendi Adams
                                                                                                                                                                                  Headmaster - ($15,000.00 + )
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Adolph
  Faculty & Administrative Salaries & Beneftis ............................................................................ $6,552,112                                            The Joseph W. and Dorothy Dorsett Brown     Dr. and Mrs. Vincent R. Adolph
  Curriculum, General & Administrative Expenses ...................................................................... 1,806,770
                                                                                                                                                                                   Foundation                                 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert V. Andry, IV ’82
  Auxiliary Services ...................................................................................................................................... 1,498,007
                                                                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand A. Wilson ’77         Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arensman
  Operation & Maintenance of Plant .................................................................................................. 1,393,550
  Provision for Plant Replacement/Facilities Improvements....................................................... 250,000                                                                                                      Mrs. Elisabeth Martin Armstrong ’78
  Financial Aid (non-faculty)........................................................................................................................ 823,914                     Saint - ($10,000.00 $14,999)                The Armstrong Family Foundation
  Restricted Gift Expense ............................................................................................................................. 228,676                   Mr. Doyle Coatney                           Dr. Jeffrey Pratt Beedy
  Debt Repayment ............................................................................................................................................. 193,113
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Baird
        Totals .................................................................................................................................................. $12,746,142
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. James Baker
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Dr. and Mrs. John S. Barrett
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Mr. Stephen Benton                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Raj K. Mitra               Mr. and Mrs. Clayton K. Williamson
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Bossier, Jr.                                                       Mr. and Mrs. George Mueller, III        Winn Dixie Stores, Inc.
Ms. Donna M. Bossier ’80                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Nicoladis ’78   Mr. Robert S. Yeargain, Jr. ’58
Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Bossier ’82                                                        Mr. Gerald Nielsen                      Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Young
 (Barbara Delchamps ’82)                                                                  Mr. Chokchai Noibanchong
Ms. Virginia Boulet                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Noya              Supporter - ($500.00 -$1,199 )
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Bourgeois, Sr.                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom            Mr. and Mrs. Gerard E. Beck
Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Brackett                                                             Dr. and Mrs. Troy L. Patterson          Ms. Linda Lamar Billups
Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Branton                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Stewart F. Peck            Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Breaux, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam O. Buckley, III                                                          Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson            Mr. and Mrs. Claude Breisacher
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Burglass, Jr.                                                          Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton           Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Burkenstock
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Burns                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Prieur          Mr. and Mrs. H. Craig Cabral
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cash                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Provenzano, Jr.     BG and Mrs. James B. Cobb ’54
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cashman, II                                                          Mr. and Mrs. George B. Recile           Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Conroy
Dr. George Catinis and Dr. Ana Y. Catinis                                                 Mr. Gregory Reggio                      Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Cranford
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cobb, Jr.                                                           Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Richards         Mrs. Ragnhild Daasvand ’81
Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cook                                                              Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Rigdon            Mr. and Mrs. Carl Deroche
Ms. Ann Craighead                               Dr. and Mrs. Gregor Hoffman               Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ripley                Ms. Anne Falgoust ’90
DA Exterminating Co., Inc.                      Mr. and Mrs. Clay F. Holcomb              Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83          Mr. A. Trice Gibbons, III ’79
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D’Agostaro                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Holden              (Alma Quiroz ’83)                      Mr. Zachary T. Goodyear ’97
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. D’Amico, III             Mr. and Mrs. D. Douglas Howard, Jr. ’60   Mr. and Mrs. S. Ford Rowan, Jr. ’61     Mrs. Judith Zatarain Greer ’62
Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg                The Hugg Family                           Mr. and Mrs. David W. Rusch ’72         Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Griffith, Jr. ’93
The Rev. Dr. Diane and Dr. David Estes          Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Hughes, II ’77     (Donna Cox Rusch ’72)                  Mr. Joseph Jones Grigg, Jr. ’77
Mr. Frank DeGrado and                           Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hummel                Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ryan                Mr. and Mrs. Rufus C. Harris, III ’68
 Ms. Gwen A. Williams                           Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley            Mrs. Louise Becker Saponas ’74          The Rev. and Mrs. A J. Heine
Mr. and Mrs. F. Otway Denny, III                Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hyatt, Jr.         Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Saporito             Mr. and Mrs. G. William James, III
 (Sandra Platter ’73)                           International Matex Tank Terminals        The Rev. Deacon Debbie Scalia and       Dr. and Mrs. Vijay T. John
Mr. and Mrs. W. Keith DePass                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Israel                 Mr. Sal Scalia                         Capt. and Mrs. Peter F. Johnson
 (Beth Hughes ’79)                              Dr. William S. Johnson and                Mrs. Peggy Higgins Sewell ’68           Mrs. Donna Melius Jolly ’71
Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Derby, III                   Ms. Terri Rihner                        Mr. and Mrs. Hiren Shah                 Mr. Harry S. Kaufman, III
The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D.                  Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Jurisich, Jr.     Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sibal              Mr. Paul Kendrick
 Devall, IV ’87                                 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kaston                   (Lisa Newman ’77)                      Mr. Edward George King, III ’68
The Very Rev. David du Plantier                   (Betsy Threefoot ’72)                   Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sisung               Mr. and Mrs. James Klebba
Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Eastman ’62               Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kimbro             Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane Sisung         The Rev. Michael C. Kuhn and
The Rev. Diane and Dr. David Estes              Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Kleehammer           Mr. and Mrs. Gary N. Solomon, Sr.        Mrs. Maria Elliott
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Farber                   Mr. and Mrs. John P. Labouisse, III ’60   Drs. Robin and Peter Stedman ’71        Mr. David W. Lawhon and
Drs. Yanira and Rafael T. Figueroa              Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lewis                 Dr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes                Ms. Carolyn Dulak
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Flick                   Mr. and Mrs. Robert Manard                Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Sullivan        Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Lea
Mr. John Galloway                               Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Manzella, Jr.        Mr. and Mrs. George R. Sumner           Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Livingston, Jr. ’60
Gibbs Construction                                (Melanie Branton ’87)                   Dr. and Mrs. Raju Thomas                Mr. and Mrs. Shih-Chien Lu
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs                  Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Martin ’78        Mr. Benjamin C. Tisdale, III ’54        Mr. and Mrs. Shih-Shen Lu
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Gieger, Jr.                (Judy Becker ’80)                       Drs. Aparna and Anu Vellanki            Mr. and Mrs. David J. Main, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Girault, Sr. ’55           Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Maynard          Mrs. Stacy Nugent Ware ’76              Mr. Vincent J. Marcello, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Goldring                   Ms. Allison C. McAshan                    Dr. and Mrs. John J. Watermeier         Mr. and Mrs. James R. Marsalis, Jr. ’62
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Gorney                    Mr. Kenneth A. McAshan ’67                Mrs. Fred Waters                        Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Marshall, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Gravley                   Mr. and Mrs. John McCollam                Dr. Donna and Mr. Parker Waters          (Lesley Smith ’63)
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Gray                       (Julie Hogue ’52)                       Mr. and Mrs. David Webber               Dr. and Mrs. Jorge A. Martinez
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Guidry                     Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Meric, Jr.         Dr. and Mrs. Richard T. Wei             Mr. and Mrs. Raj Mitra
Mr. and Mrs. James O. Gundlach ’54              Mr. Robert W. Merrick ’62                 Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Williams            Mrs. Robbie Newman
                                                                                                                                                                    * deceased
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Nolan          Mr. and Mrs. Jackie J. Berthelot        Dr. Ted Strickland                        (Laura Schuler ’85)
Mr. and Mrs. James R. O’Donnell        (Colleen Kuebel ’80)                  Ms. Tara Cutter                           Mr. Leo M. Favrot, III ’59
Dr. and Mrs. Donald P. Owens, Jr.     Mr. and Mrs. Kevin G. Berthelot        Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Dannenberg, III   Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Favrot, Jr. ’68
Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Pettus         Dr. Anne Krementz Bigliani ’67         Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Daray              Mr. Mark Fisher ’73
Mr. and Mrs. David Reeves             Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and             Dr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, Jr.            Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Freese
Mrs. Courtenay Graham Reymond ’91      Dr. Leslie Blake ’80                  Ms. Alicia Dean                           Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fresneda
Mrs. Elizabeth Pedrick Sartain ’72    Mr. John A. Bolles ’60                 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Dean                Mr. David B. Fried, III ’80
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Schwertz       Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bologna        Mr. and Mrs. David C. Dean                Mr. and Mrs. Gus A. Fritchie
Shell Oil Company Foundation          Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bonner             Dell Inc.                                 Ms. Dana Michele Garvey ’77
Mr. J. Ernest Sims ’70                Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Boos                Ms. Lauren Dellinger ’98                  Mr. Mark P. Gauchet ’77
Mr. and Mrs. Thom Smilari             Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brady              Ms. Carolyn J. Deyo                       Dr. H. Richard Gaumer and
Mrs. Ann Monroe Smith ’58              (Glenn Johnson ’65)                                                              The Rev. Susan Gaumer
Mr. Howard J. Smith, Jr. ’60          Ms. Barbara Elaine Brewster ’66                                                  The Rev. and Mrs. W. Gedge Gayle, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. St. Pierre       Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Brierre                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Gibson
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Stedman        Mrs. Irene Brown                                                                 Ms. Donna Gieseler
Ms. Anne Reily Sutherlin ’66          Mrs. Bonnie Markle Broxson ’55                                                   Mr. Jared Young Gilmore, IV ’07
Mr. Clifford Sutter ’70               Mr. James E. Bryant, Jr. ’75                                                     Mrs. Victoria Fleetwood Ginger ’78
Ms. Susan Swan                        Mr. Cyril B. Burck, Jr. ’68                                                      Mr. and Mrs. David Godchaux
Mr. David A. Tastet and               Mr. John Marshall Burlingame ’83                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Goodwin
 Mrs. Abbey A. Mack                   Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Caine                                                     Mrs. Peyton Pettit Greene ’84
The Patrick F. Taylor Foundation      Mrs. Suzanne Miller Carter ’94                                                   Mrs. Beverly R. Greenwell
Mrs. Amy Threefoot Valeiras ’78       Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Casey                                                       Mr. Jason Franklin Griffith ’94
Mr. Robert J. Whann, III ’57          Ms. Allene Cashmore ’81                                                          Mr. Kirk P. Groh ’80
Mr. Thomas Wheelock                   Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cawley                                                    Mr. Worth Groome ’97
Mr. Bruce Wyatt and                   Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cawley                                                       Mr. Brian Grove ’78
 Mrs. Heidi Labourdette-Wyatt         Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cazeaux                                                       Ms. Suzanne Evans Gueydan ’88
                                      Mr. Michael A. Celata and                                                        Mrs. Kathy Reische Habluetzel ’80
Benefactor - ($100.00 - $499)          Ms. Cynthia L. Warren                                                           Capt. Mathison Guy Hall ’99
Anonymous (2)                         Dr. and Mrs. Jon Celino                Mr. and Mrs. Ford Jones Dieth, Sr.        Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Hall
Mrs. Kendra O’Connell Abbott ’88      Mr. Donald P. Chin ’87                 Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. DiMaggio           Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Hamann
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adolph            Mrs. Rebecca Barclay Choate ’82        Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Dinon ’68          Dr. Junying Han
Dr. Harriet G. Aguiar-Netto and       Mrs. Catherine McCall Clarke ’79       Mrs. Patricia Mooney Dittes ’63           Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Harold
 Mr. Rene Netto                       Ms. Erin Coatney ’02                   Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Donnelly          Mr. Douglas K. Harris ’75
Dr. Chad J. Aleman ’93                Mr. Tyler Coatney ’05                  Mrs. Dickie Millican Dossett ’54          Mrs. Elise Hastings
Dr. Robert M. Alexander ’65           Ms. Roma Lynn Coleman                  Mr. Eugene V. Doswell ’55                 Mr. Michael Henderson
Mrs. Suzanne Breen Alexander ’66      Mr. and Mrs. William B. Coleman, III   Mr. William T. Doswell ’51                Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herberg
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allen            Dr. Camille Colomb ’80                 Mr. and Mrs. Johnny D. Doyle              Mrs. Sara Hogue Herrington ’59
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Amoss               Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and             Mrs. Bitsy Laudeman Duggins ’57           Mr. Donald A. Hessemer ’58
Mr. and Mrs. Jerald N. Andry           Dr. Leslie Blake ’80                  Mr. and Mrs. Glen P. Duhe                 Mr. Archibald Thomas Higgins, III ’71
Mrs. Fay Rice Atkinson ’54            Dr. David C. Conner ’57                Mr. and Mrs. Brooke H. Duncan, II         Mr. Scott C. Hightower ’87
Mr. Robert Irvin Ayerst, Jr. ’77      Mrs. Elisabeth Ward Connors ’76        Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards              Ms. Cynthia Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bailliet       Mr. Jason Conway ’95                   Dr. and Mrs. W. Brooks Emory ’60          Mr. Jonathan Hodges ’91
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Barham, III     Mr. and Mrs. James R. Conway, III      Mr. Charles M. Engel ’73                  Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell ’83
Mr. and Mrs. Corky Barras             Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Corley          Mr. Robert W. Engel ’72                   Mr. Paul J. Hoolahan and
Ms. Lynette Batiste                   Mr. and Mrs. Paul Costanza             Mrs. Catherine Verlander Evans ’91         Ms. Katherine L. Walters
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Becker, Jr.   Mrs. Katharine Bankston Cross ’68      Mr. and Mrs. Samuel V. Evins              Mrs. Paddy Livaudais Hoyt ’59
Mrs. Eileen K. Beckman                Mrs. Elizabeth Burton Crusel ’57       Mr. John R. Falgoust, Jr. ’87             Mr. and Mrs. Harley B. Howcott, Jr.
Mrs. Margie Barry Beer ’55            Mrs. Lee Sanders Cummins ’89           Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Farber ’82            Mrs. Phyllis Hugg
Mr. John Barry Benton, Sr. ’52        Dr. Candace A. Cutrone and             Mr. and Mrs. David Favaloro ’85           Mr. Philip E. James, Jr. ’58
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Drs. Mary J. and B. J. Jenkins                Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation             Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Ridley
The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Charles E.              The Rev. and Mrs. Prospero Mesa            Mr. Thomas G. Robbins Esq. ’75
 Jenkins, III                                 Mrs. Emily Saab Messerschmitt ’90          Ms. Lee Rigby Robinson ’73
Mr. and Mrs. Byron Johnson                    Dr. and Mrs. David P. Micklin              Dr. Fred H. Rodriguez, Jr. ’68
 (Kristin Sullivan ’85)                        (Patti Reiss ’82)                         Mr. and Mrs. John Rodriguez
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Johnson               Millbury Memorial High School              Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Rogers
Mr. Hans Jonassen ’83                         Mr. Frank Millet                           Mrs. Mary Sue Nelson Roniger ’60
Mr. Justin Riley Jones ’93                    Mrs. Bette Prescott Minihan ’63            Dr. William L. Rosenbaum, Ph.D.,
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Jungeblut               Ms. Peggy Hayes Montgomery ’73              L.P.C., L.M.F.T.
Mr. Michael Karno ’91                         Dr. Vincent F. Morgan ’72                  Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery Row
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kennedy                  Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Noya                Ms. Jeanne Rowan ’64                    (Michelle Karno ’87)
Mr. Hardee C. Kilgore, III ’57                Dr. Jonathan D. Nussdorf and               Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Rubenstein     Mrs. Leslie Ellis Vaughan
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan W. Kinard                   Dr. Mary L. McCormick                     Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rusch             Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vollenweider
Mr. Edward George King, III ’68               Ms. Julie M. O’Flynn                       Mr. and Mrs. Gerard O. Salassi, IV     Mr. Robert Wehrmann ’57
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klein                      Mr. Donald A. Olson and                    Dr. Dian H. Sanders                    Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wendel
Dr. Terren David Klein ’80                     Ms. Ellaine Wilson                        Mr. Charles K. Schaefer ’88            Mrs. Joseph C. White
Rev. and Mrs. Jerome Kramer                   Mr. and Mrs. Tara M. O’Meallie             Mr. John H. Schmidt ’81                Dr. Paul Wice
Dr. and Mrs. Mark Kruse                       Mr. and Mrs. William E. O’Neil             Dr. Scott Beacham Schuber ’93          Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Widofsky
Mrs. Priscilla Rutledge Kujawski ’72          Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Oppenheim           Mrs. Elizabeth Conway Schwing ’91      Mrs. Ann Lindsey Wilhelm ’75
Dr. Dominick Lago                             Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Opperman, Sr.       Mr. Kyle Sclafani ’92                  Mr. Gregory T. Williams ’01
Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lane                   Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo E. Ortega             Dr. Eve Scopelitis                     Mrs. Julie Bailliet Williamson ’91
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lange, Sr.                 (Ana Mesa ’85)                            The Rev. and Mrs. C. Sheldon Seibel    Dr. David S. Wisdom ’57
Mr. Christian Leask ’93                       Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ott                  Mr. Jay Laird Shannon ’84              Mrs. Linda Phillips Worthington ’58
Mr. Griff C. Lee, III ’75                     Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Pancamo             Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sharple             Mr. William E. Wright, Jr. ’67
Mr. Lester B. Leonard, III ’75                Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Pansano, Jr.          Mr. and Mrs. William W. Shaw, Jr.      Dr. and Mrs. William T. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Hans G. Luetkemeier ’84           (Susan Normann ’66)                       Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Shay              Dr. Deborah and Mr. Scott Yount ’86
Mrs. Adell Baillif Luke ’63                   Dr. Jennifer and Mr. Bruce Parkerson ’75   Mr. and Mrs. John Silva                Mr. Scott T. Zander ’82
Dr. and Mrs. Victor Lunyong                   Mr. and Mrs. Pedro B. Perez                Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Simmons    Mr. W. Thomas Zander ’58
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mader                     Ms. Margaret Perret                        Mr. Robert Austin Skinner ’00          Mr. Frank Zito
Dr. and Dr. Tarun K. Mandal                   Mr. Mike Persia, III ’71                   Mrs. Ann Monroe Smith ’58              Mr. David L. Zuber ’52
Ms. Diane Manget ’61                          Mr. Mark Patrick Peyronnin ’76             Capt. Howard Deane Smith ’97           Mr. Donald S. Zuber, Sr. ’54
Mr. Wesley Marchal ’95                        Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Peyton ’87          Mrs. Nicole Bailliet Smith ’89
Mr. Keith C. Marshall ’64                     Mr. James Stephen Pfeiffer ’06             Mr. and Mrs. Barney H. Snow            Friend - ($1.00 - $99)
Mrs. Keppy Laudeman Martin ’83                Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Platter              Mr. and Mrs. Raymond St. Pierre        Anonymous (2)
Ms. Kimberly Marullo                          Mr. John R. Porter ’55                     Mrs. Diann Pelias Stathakis ’86        AT&T Foundation
Mrs. Norma Jean Young McClain ’86             Mrs. Mary Greeley Potter ’54               Mrs. Elizabeth Walther Stephens ’65    Ms. Robin Adams
Dr. Stephen M. McCollam ’74                   Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Pretus, Jr.          Dr. and Mrs. Frank Svec                Ms. Carole Touzet Allen ’73
Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. McCollum                Mrs. Linda Chotin Prillman ’58             Dr. Edward F. W. Swan ’58              Ms. Mary H. Allen ’55
Mr. and Mrs. James McConnell                  Mrs. Charlotte Robinson Pritchard ’78      Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Talbot ’88     Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alquist
Ms. Emily McCorkle                            Ms. Winston Wendt Purvis ’65               Vin Tangpricha, M.D. ’89                (Betsy Ayerst ’78)
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. McCrory               Ms. Rebecca Grenn Queen                    Mrs. Vail Smith Tessier ’66            Mrs. Kathleen Hesse Ambrose ’65
Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. McGinnis                 Ms. Becky Quintal ’03                      Mrs. Cathy Reily Thomason ’68          Dr. Billie V. and Mr. W. Paul Andersson
Mr. Michael McHugh ’68                        Mr. and Mrs. Raphael J. Rabalais, Jr.      Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Thompson            Ms. Katherine Arthurs
Mr. and Mrs. Julius McIlwain                  Mr. Michael A. Reed ’89                    Dr. and Mrs. Henry K. Threefoot        Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aucoin
Mr. and Mrs. John T. McMahon                  Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reeves                 Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Threefoot ’75   Ms. Leslie S. Bahn
Dr. and Mrs. David McNeill                    Mr. Robert Conklin Rhoden, III ’92         Mr. Manuel O. Torres and               Mrs. Alfred Barham
Mr. Douglas C. Meadowcroft ’65                Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhodes                    Mrs. Kem Opperman-Torres              Dr. and Mrs. John Baron
Mrs. Holly Kuebel Mentz ’86                   Mrs. Deborah McCarthy Rhodus ’64           Ms. Sally Adams Trufant ’80            Mr. Chris Beckman ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Menutis                   Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Riddick, Jr.         Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Varon          BellSouth Corporation
                                                                                                                                                                  * deceased
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Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Bland           Ms. Rose Lynn Evans, Ph.D. ’68        Ms. Angeles C. Lamoli-Silvestry         Dr. Charles Ramos
Ms. Mary Bond                           Mrs. Louise Ewin                        and Mr. Dwight K. McGill              Ms. Jeanne Rawlinson ’52
Mrs. Melinda McNair Bond ’81            Mrs. Aliza Falgout                    Mrs. Kathleen Hamilton Landry ’55       Mr. and Mrs. William D. Raymond
Ms. Andrea Roohi Bonnette ’98           Mr. Scott Q. Farber ’82               Mr. Pierre Lapeyre                      Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Redfearn
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonsall             Mr. Thomas Favrot ’03                 Mrs. Patti Donnally Leathers ’60        Mr. and Mrs. Frank Resignola
Mr. David Bowes ’85                     Mr. James L. Fisher ’67               Mrs. Erin Lentz                         Ms. Stacy Richards
Mrs. Ashley Woods Bozeman ’85           Mr. Christopher M. Flowers ’06        Ms. Jessica Leone ’04                   Mr. Andree Roaf
Mr. Scott B. Branting ’91               Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fransen              Mr. Joseph Leone ’02                    Capt. Ralph Ross, III ’62
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J.                 Mrs. Patricia Frech                   Mr. Robert Lestelle and                 Mr. and Mrs. John O. Roy, Jr.
 Bremermann, III                        Mrs. Martha Nelson Frost ’62            Ms. Pam Hartdegen                     Mr. Walker Fleming Saik ’02
Mr. and Mrs. Guy P. Brierre             Mr. Alan Gatzman                      Mr. Warren Lind                         Ms. Dawn Santopadre
Miss Claire Tobin Bruton ’06            Mr. Tyson Lykes Geary ’96             Mr. Ronald W. Liston ’61                Mr. Scott Saporito ’03
Mr. Dudley Buck ’65                     Mrs. Elizabeth Benbow Gorman ’81      Mrs. Nicole Manausa                     Mr. Keith W. Christopher and
Mrs. Joella B. Burlingame               Ms. Susan Goudail                     Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Marchal              Ms. Christine Sauer
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Busenlener             Mrs. Elizabeth Leveque Gouner ’84     Mrs. Mary Sue Wood Marsh ’51            Ms. Michelle Scandurro
Mrs. Adele Clark Cadard ’74             Mrs. Sarah Greenberg                  Ms. Nancy Mauthe ’83                    Mr. Keith Schwarz
                                        Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt L. Greer, Jr.       Mrs. Patricia Hansen McAuliffe ’67      Mr. Bushnell C. Seavey ’52
                                        Ms. Lindsey Greer ’02                 Mr. Earl R. McCallon, III ’65           Mrs. Patricia F. Simpson
                                        Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Gremillion       Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCormick           Mrs. Virginia Erwin Sirera ’82
                                        Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Richard H. Groves   Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McDermott          Ms. Allison M. Smith
                                        Mr. Charles C. Grubb ’64              Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. McGeehan        Mrs. Prim B. Smith
                                        Mrs. Lisa Guevara                     Cmdr. and Mrs. Robert H. McMillan       Ms. Katherine C. Smith ’71
                                        Mrs. Jane L. Guillory                 Ms. Grant Katherine Melius ’99          Ms. Sharon D. Solomon
Mrs. Danielle Calamia                   Mrs. Shelby Snyder Hammer ’89         Dr. and Mrs. Rex Mooney                 Mrs. C. Ashley Jackson Spencer ’83
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell         Mrs. Ellen E. Hansen                  Mr. Malcolm Moran ’67                   Ms. Ashley M. Stewart ’98
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Catalano           Mr. and Mrs. Sims Hardin              Mr. Mark E. Morere ’74                  Ms. Elizabeth Stoner
Dr. Alan Childress                      Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins           Mr. Robert M. Morse ’62                 Mr. Drew D. Story ’82
Mr. Ford R. Church ’94                  Mrs. Anne-Sere Klein Hernandez ’82    Ms. Jennifer Nolte                      Mr. and Mrs. Danna Sutton
Mrs. Joey Walther Cleveland ’62         Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Hintz, Jr.     Mr. Andrew Marshall O’Brien ’01         Mr. David Michael Svec ’01
Dr. Thomas B. Cochran ’58               Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoffmann, Jr.     Mr. Patrick A. O’Brien ’98              Mr. Justin Christopher Svec ’99
Mr. James P. Conner ’60                 Mr. Mark Holden ’05                   Mr. and Mrs. John D. O’Connell          Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas
Mr. Robert Ty Cook, Jr. ’71             Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Huber         Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom, Jr. ’92   Mr. Joshua Tillotson
Mrs. Kimberley Conway Crawford ’87      Mrs. Sharon Smith Huff ’55            Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. O’Flynn         Mr. and Mrs. Al Trevino
Dr. Karen Daboval                       Ms. Aimee Joyce Hyatt ’02             Mr. and Mrs. Al Ohmes                   Mrs. Linda R. Trotter
Mrs. Marie-Louise Kreeger Dardant ’68   Mrs. Ann Burlingame Inge ’81          Mrs. Shawn Armstrong Olinger ’84        Mr. and Mrs. Michael Truxillo
Ms. Angela Day                          Ms. Allison Kay Johnson ’99           Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Olivier             Mr. Justin M. Turner ’04
Mr. Mark Day                            Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson           Ms. Brittany Olson ’99                  Mr. Joe Vaccaro
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dazzo                Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson, Jr.      Dr. Stephanie Samples O’Malley ’72      Mrs. Daisy M. VanDenburgh
Ms. Alicia R. Dean                      Mr. Michael Karno ’91                 Mr. Beau Ordemann ’02                   Mr. Brett Vogt ’02
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund W. Dieth ’93        Mr. Andrew Kaufman ’11                Lt. Greg Page ’93                       Miss Lauren Waters ’07
 (Suzie Shaw ’92)                       Ms. Heidi Kaufman                     Mrs. Anne Hughes Payne ’64              Dr. James D. Welsh ’74
Ms. Carmen Dobrescu                     Miss Sara Kaufman ’15                 Dr. Susan Saik Peebles ’74              Ms. Jessica A. White ’04
Mrs. Anne Hickerson Doyle ’61           Ms. Marguerite King ’02               Cmdr. and Mrs. Christopher Pendleton    Mr. Woody Wilson
Ms. Karen Taylor du Plantier            Mrs. Nancy Jenkins Kinser ’60         Mr. Calvin L. Perilloux, Jr. ’77        Mrs. Elizabeth Modinger Wolfe ’51
Mrs. Laura Riddick Dufresne ’72         The Rev. B. W. Kinyon                 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Perkins           Mrs. Lindsey Jackson Wood ’87
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlap, Jr.           Mr. Christopher A. Kirkwood ’06       Mr. David Curry Peterson ’00            Mr. Blake M. Woods ’84
Mrs. Lloyd E. Eagan                     Dr. William Jeff Klein ’90            LTC Richard H. Pickens, Ret. ’57        Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Wroten
Mrs. Jane Trufant Edwards ’52           Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lafleur, Jr.     Mrs. Susan Crawford Pope ’58            Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Egan, III          Mr. John R. Lambert, III ’55          Ms. Pamela Portwood ’74                 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Young ’81
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  Parent Contributions                         Mr. and Mrs. Robert Breaux, Sr.          Mr. Patrick Hugg                          Dr. and Mrs. Victor Lunyong
       By Class                                Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Burglass, Jr.         Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hummel                Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Matthews
                                               Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell          Dr. and Mrs. Vijay T. John                Mr. Gerald Nielsen
Class of ’08 - 34%                             Mr. and Mrs. W. Keith DePass ’79         Dr. William S. Johnson and                Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Noya
Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Bossier ’78              Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Derby, III           Ms. Terri Rihner                         Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Nussdorf
 (Margaret Dannenberg ’78)                     Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. DiMaggio          Dr. Dominick Lago                         Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Olivier
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D’Agostaro                   Ms. Karen Taylor du Plantier             Ms. Kimberly Marullo                      Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Oppenheim
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Holden                  The Very Rev. David du Plantier          Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Maynard          Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Ridley
Mr. and Mrs. D. Douglas Howard, Jr. ’60        Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Gieger, Jr.       Mr. and Mrs. James McConnell              Drs. Robin and Peter Stedman ’71
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley                 Dr. Junying Han                          Mr. Chokchai Noibanchong                  Ms. Elizabeth Stoner
Mr. and Mrs. David P. Jungeblut                Mr. Paul J. Hoolahan and                 Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Pettus             Mr. and Mrs. David Webber
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kimbro                   Ms. Katherine L. Walters                Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery Row
Mr. and Mrs. Willem Kristel                    Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kennedy             Mr. Stephen M. Schweitzer and             Class of ’12 - 45%
The Rev. Michael C. Kuhn and                   Ms. Angeles C. Lamoli-Silvestry and       Mrs. Sandra L. Miller                    Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Bossier ’82
 Mrs. Maria Elliott                             Mr. Dwight K. McGill                    Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Simmons        (Barbara Delchamps ’82)
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Lea                         Mr. and Mrs. David Lawhon                Mr. and Mrs. Gary N. Solomon, Sr.         Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Brackett
Dr. and Mrs. Victor Lunyong                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Manard, III       Ms. Elizabeth Stoner                      Mr. and Mrs. Guy P. Brierre
Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Matthews               Dr. and Mrs. Jorge A. Martinez           Ms. Susan Swan                            Dr. George Catinis and Dr. Ana Y. Catinis
Ms. Allison McAshan                            Ms. Kimberly Marullo                     Dr. and Mrs. Raju Thomas                  Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis
Mr. Kenneth A. McAshan ’67                     Mr. and Mrs. James McConnell             Mrs. Stacy Nugent Ware ’76                Mr. and Mrs. F. Otway Denny, III
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Meric, Jr.              Dr. Jonathan D. Nussdorf and             Dr. Donna and Mr. Parker Waters            (Sandra Platter ’73)
                                                Dr. Mary L. McCormick                                                             Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Egan, III
                                               Mr. and Mrs. James R. O’Donnell          Class of ’11 - 54%                        Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Farber ’82
                                               Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Pancamo           Mr. and Mrs. Mark Amoss                   Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fresneda
                                               Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Perkins            Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Bourgeois, Sr.     Mr. and Mrs. Clay F. Holcomb
                                               Dr. Eve Scopelitis                       Mr. and Mrs. Claude Breisacher            Mr. and Mrs. Robert Israel
                                               Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Simmons      Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Bremermann, III   Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Jurisich, Jr.
                                               Dr. and Mrs. Thom F. Smilari             Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Burglass, Jr.          Dr. and Mrs. Mark Kruse
                                               Ms. Susan Swanner                        Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Burns              Mr. and Mrs. Shih-Chien Lu
                                               Mr. and Mrs. David Webber                Mr. Michael A. Celata and                 Mr. and Mrs. Shih-Shen Lu
                                                                                         Ms. Cynthia L. Warren                    Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Martin ’78
                                               Class of ’10 - 46%                       Dr. Alan Childress                         (Judy Becker ’80)
                                               Dr. and Mrs. Vincent R. Adolph           Ms. Ann Craighead                         Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Maynard
                                               Mr. James Baker                          Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Dean                Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. McGinnis
                                               Ms. Donna M. Bossier ’80                 Mr. and Mrs. John DeMartini ’80           Cmdr. and Mrs. Christopher Pendleton
                                               Mr. and Mrs. Sam O. Buckley, III         Mr. and Mrs. Glen P. Duhe                 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Provenzano, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Troy L. Patterson                 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Burkenstock           Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Freese            Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart F. Peck                   Ms. Amanda Langley Cabral                Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fresneda               (Alma Quiroz ’83)
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Pretus, Jr.              Mr. and Mrs. H. Craig Cabral             Dr. and Mrs. Eric R. George               Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Rubenstein
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Prieur                 Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cawley            Mr. and Mrs. Francis Guidry               Mr. and Mrs. Hiren Shah
Ms. Rebecca Grenn Queen                        Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Coatney          The Rev. and Mrs. A J. Heine              Drs. Robin and Peter Stedman ’71
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Ridley                 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cobb, Jr.          Ms. Cynthia Hill                          Mr. David A. Tastet and
Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery Row                  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Costanza               Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell ’83              Mrs. Abbey A. Mack
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Schwertz                Ms. Carolyn J. Deyo                      Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Hughes, II ’77    Drs. Aparna and Anu Vellanki
Dr. Paul Wice                                  The Rev. Dr. Diane and Dr. David Estes   Ms. Heidi Kaufman                         Dr. Donna and Mr. Parker Waters
                                               Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Gray              Mr. Harry S. Kaufman, III                 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Young
Class of ’09 - 30%                             Dr. and Mrs. Gregor Hoffman              The Rev. Michael C. Kuhn and              Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Young ’81
Mr. and Mrs. Orr Adams, Jr.                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Holden             Mrs. Maria Elliott                       Mr. Shi G. Zheng and Ms. Hiu F. Yeung
 (Meg Stainback ’75)                           Mrs. Phyllis Hugg                        Mr. and Mrs. David Lawhon
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Class of ’13 - 50%                          Mr. Paul J. Hoolahan and
Mr. Nathan Adams, III and                    Ms. Katherine L. Walters
 Dr. Wendi Adams                            Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley
Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Baird                Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hyatt, Jr.
Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and                  Mr. and Mrs. Blaine S. Kern, Jr.
 Dr. Leslie Blake ’80                       Mr. and Mrs. David J. Main, Sr.
Ms. Donna M. Bossier ’80                    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Provenzano, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Bourgeois, Sr.       Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cobb, Jr.              (Alma Quiroz ’83)
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Daray                Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Rubenstein
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, Jr.              Ms. Sharon D. Solomon
                                                                                     (Margaret Dannenberg ’78)              The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D.
Ms. Alicia R. Dean                          Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. St. Pierre
                                                                                    Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cook             Devall, IV ’87
Mr. and Mrs. Glen P. Duhe                   Mrs. Stacy Nugent Ware ’76
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Cummings        Mr. and Mrs. Johnny D. Doyle
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Falk            Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Young
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis              Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Goldring
Dr. and Mrs. Eric R. George                 Mr. Shi G. Zheng and Ms. Hiu F. Yeung
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Gibson          Dr. and Dr. Tarun K. Mandal
Mr. and Mrs. David B. Gorney                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Harold           Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Manzella, Jr.
Mrs. Ellen E. Hansen                        Class of ’15 - 45%
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Chad E. Harris             Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. McCollum
The Rev. and Mrs. A J. Heine                Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Barham, III       Rev. and Mrs. Jerome Kramer             Mr. and Mrs. Tara M. O’Meallie
Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hummel                  Mr. and Mrs. Guy P. Brierre             Mr. and Mrs. David J. Main, Sr.         Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo E. Ortega
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan W. Kinard                Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cash                  Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Rubenstein       (Ana Mesa ’85)
Dr. and Mrs. Victor Lunyong                 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Cashman, II        Mr. and Mrs. Hiren Shah                 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Redfearn
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mader                   Mr. Michael A. Celata and               Drs. Aparna and Anu Vellanki
Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Perkins                Ms. Cynthia L. Warren                                                          Class of ’19 - 45%
Mr. Gregory Reggio                          Ms. Tara Cutter                         Class of ’17 - 31%                      Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Bland
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Ripley                    Ms. Alicia R. Dean
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Baird            Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Cranford
Mr. and Mrs. John Rodriguez                 Mr. Frank DeGrado and
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Falk        Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg
Dr. and Mrs. Thom F. Smilari                 Ms. Gwen A. Williams
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Gremillion         Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Gremillion
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Truxillo               Ms. Karen Taylor du Plantier
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Harold           Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Harold
                                            The Very Rev. David du Plantier
                                                                                    Rev. and Mrs. Jerome Kramer             Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. Hurley
Class of ’14 - 48%                          Mr. and Mrs. Clay F. Holcomb
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. James McConnell            Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lafleur
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adolph                   Mr. and Mrs. Robert Israel
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. McCrory         Mr. Vincent J. Marcello, Jr.
Ms. Leslie S. Bahn                          Ms. Heidi Kaufman
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. O’Flynn         Mr. and Mrs. Everard W. Marks, III
Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Baird                Mr. Harry S. Kaufman, III
                                                                                    Cmdr. and Mrs. Christopher Pendleton    Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Barrett                Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Martin ’78
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. David Reeves               Mr. and Mrs. William D. Raymond
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard E. Beck                  (Judy Becker ’80)
                                                                                    Dr. and Mrs. Robert J. Richards         Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Redfearn
Drs. Scott A. and Gail Benton               Mr. and Mrs. James E. Ott
                                                                                    Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery Row           Mr. and Mrs. David Reeves
Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Bossier ’82          Mr. and Mrs. George B. Recile
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Gerard O. Salassi, IV      Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Sisung, III
 (Barbara Delchamps ’82)                    Mr. Gregory Reggio
                                                                                    Dr. and Mrs. John J. Watermeier         Mr. and Mrs. Michael K. Talbot ’88
Mr. and Mrs. Sam O. Buckley, III            Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Shay
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Clayton K. Williamson      Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas
Dr. George Catinis and Dr. Ana Y. Catinis   Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Young
                                                                                    Mr. Shi G. Zheng and Ms. Hiu F. Yeung   Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey R. Varon
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. D’Amico, III                                                                                          (Michelle Karno ’87)
Mr. and Mrs. John DeMartini ’80             Class of ’16 - 27%
                                                                                    Class of ’18 - 29%
Mr. and Mrs. Glen P. Duhe                   Mr. Nathan P. Adams, III and                                                    Class of ’20 - 40%
                                                                                    Drs. Joan and Bradley Bartholomew
Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Farber ’82               Dr. Wendi Adams
                                                                                    Mr. Stephen Benton                      Ms. Angela Day
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory K. Gibson              Mr. and Mrs. Gerard E. Beck
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bonner              Mr. Mark Day
Mr. and Mrs. Chad E. Harris                 Drs. Scott A.and Gail Benton
                                                                                    Ms. Virginia Boulet                     Drs. Yanira and Rafael Figueroa
Ms. Jan M. Hayden                           Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Bossier ’82
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Cummings        Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Kleehammer
Ms. Cynthia Hill                             (Barbara Delchamps ’82)
                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis              Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Peyton ’87
Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell ’83               Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Bossier ’78
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Mr. and Mrs. David Reeves                       Mr. and Mrs. Gary J. Rouse      Class of ’58 - 26%                  Mrs. Adell Baillif Luke
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard O. Salassi, IV               (Suzanne Tonti ’79)            Dr. Thomas Cochran                  mrs. lesley Smith marshall
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane Sisung                 Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Wei     Mr. Donald A. Hessemer              Mrs. Bette Prescott Minihan
Dr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. James, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thomas                    Alumni Annual Giving            Mrs. Susan Crawford Pope            Class of ’64 - 11%
Drs. Aparna and Anu Vellanki                                                    Mrs. Linda Chotin Prillman          Mr. Charles C. Grubb
Mr. Bruce Wyatt and                             Class of ’51 - 30%              mrs. Ann monroe Smith               Mr. Keith Cooper Marshall
  Mrs. Heidi Labourdette-Wyatt                  Mr. William T. Doswell          Dr. Edward F. W. Swan               Mrs. Anne Hughes Payne
                                                Mrs. Mary Sue Wood Marsh        Mrs. Linda Phillips Worthington     Mrs. Deborah McCarthy Rhodus
Class of ’21 - 53%                              Mrs. Elizabeth Modinger Wolfe   mr. Robert S. Yeargain, Jr.         Ms. Jeanne Rowan
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Barrett                                                    Mr. W. Thomas Zander
Drs. Joan and Bradley Bartholomew               Class of ’52 - 26%                                                  Class of ’65 - 13%
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Berthelot               Mr. John Benton                 Class of ’59 - 9%                   Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Alexander
Ms. Andrea Roohi Bonnette ’98                   Mrs. Jane Trufant Edwards       Mr. Leo M. Favrot, III              Mrs. Kathleen Hesse Ambrose
Dr. George Catinis and Dr. Ana Y. Catinis       mrs. Julie hogue mcCollam       Mrs. Sara Hogue Herrington          Mrs. Glenn Johnson Brady
Dr. and Mrs. Jon Celino                         Ms. Jeanne Rawlinson            Mrs. Paddy Livaudais Hoyt           Mr. Dudley Buck
Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and                      Mr. Bushnell C. Seavey                                              Mr. Earl R. McCallon, III
  Dr. Leslie Blake ’80                          Mr. David L. Zuber              Class of ’60 - 28%                  Mr. Douglas C. Meadowcroft
Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Cook                                                                                        Ms. Winston Wendt Purvis
                                                                                Mr. John A. Bolles
Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg                Class of ’54 - 27%                                                  Mrs. Elizabeth Walther Stephens
                                                                                Mr. James P. Conner
The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D.
                                                Mrs. Fay Rice Atkinson          Dr. William Brooks Emory
  Devall, IV ’87                                                                                                    Class of ’66 - 11%
                                                BG James B. Cobb                mr. D. Douglas howard, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl DeRoche
                                                Mrs. Dickie Millican Dossett    mr. E. Douglas Johnson, Jr.         Mrs. Suzanne Breen Alexander
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny D. Doyle
                                                mr. James o. gundlach           Mrs. Nancy Jenkins Kinser           Ms. Barbara Elaine Brewster
Drs. Yanira and Rafael T. Figueroa
                                                Mrs. Mary Greeley Potter        mr. John peter labouisse, iii       mr. Jesse B. morgan, iii
                                                mr. Benjamin C. tisdale, iii    Mrs. Patti Donnally Leathers        Mrs. Susan Normann Pansano
                                                Mr. Donald S. Zuber, Sr.        mr. Robert l. livingston, Jr.       ms. Anne Reily Sutherlin
                                                                                Mrs. Mary Sue Nelson Roniger        Mrs. Vail Smith Tessier
                                                Class of ’55 - 35%              Mr. Howard J. Smith, Jr.
                                                Ms. Mary H. Allen                                                   Class of ’67 - 13%
                                                Mrs. Marjorie Barry Beer        Class of ’61 - 6%                   Dr. Anne Krementz Bigliani
Mr. and Mrs. Everard W. Marks, III
Mr. and Mrs. Tara M. O’Meallie                  Mrs. Bonnie Markle Broxson      Mrs. Anne Hickerson Doyle           Mr. James L. Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Raj K. Mitra                       Mr. Eugene V. Doswell           Mr. Ronald W. Liston                mr. Kenneth mcAshan
Ms. Jennifer Nolte                              mr. John m. girault, Sr.        Ms. Diane Manget                    Mrs. Patricia Hansen McAuliffe
Mr. and Mrs. Gerardo E. Ortega                  Mrs. Sharon Smith Huff          mr. S. Ford Rowan, Jr.              Mr. Malcolm Moran
  (Ana Mesa ’85)                                Mr. John R. Lambert, III                                            Mr. William E. Wright, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Silva                         Mrs. Kathleen Hamilton Landry   Class of ’62 - 15%
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Sisung, III            Mr. John R. Porter              Mrs. Joey Walther Cleveland         Class of ’68 - 17%
Dr. and Mrs. Thom F. Smilari                                                    mr. g. perry Eastman                Mr. Cyril B. Burck, Jr.
Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Thompson                     Class of ’57 - 24%              Mrs. Martha Nelson Frost            Mrs. Kitty Bankston Cross
Mr. Manuel O. Torres and                        Dr. David C. Conner             mrs. Judith Zatarain greer          Mrs. Marie-Louise Kreeger Dardant
  Mrs. Kem Opperman-Torres                      Mrs. Elizabeth Burton Crusel    Mr. James R. Marsalis, Jr.          Mrs. Sandra Williams Dinon
                                                Mrs. Bitsy Laudeman Duggins     mr. Robert W. merrick               Ms. Rose Lynn Evans, Ph.D.
George Cottage - 18%                            Mr. Hardee C. Kilgore, III      Mr. Robert M. Morse                 mr. thomas B. Favrot, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Corley                   LTC Richard H. Pickens, Ret.    Capt. Ralph Ross, III               mr. Rufus C. harris, iii
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Donnely                 Mr. Robert Wehrmann                                                 Mr. Edward George King, III
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lafleur                    Mr. Robert J. Whann, III        Class of ’63 - 8%                   Mr. Michael McHugh
Mr. and Mrs. George Mueller III                 Dr. David S. Wisdom             Mrs. Patricia Mooney Dittes         Dr. Fred H. Rodriguez, Jr.
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mrs. peggy higgins Sewell           Mr. Lester B. Leonard, III          Dr. Camille Colomb               Ms. Nancy Mauthe
Mrs. Cathy Reily Thomason           Mr. Bruce Parkerson                 mr. John Demartini               mrs. Alma Quiroz Roohi
                                    Dr. Jennifer Moorehead Parkerson    Mr. David B. Fried, III          mr. William Roohi
Class of ’70 - 4%                   Mr. Thomas G. Robbins Esq.          Mr. Kirk P. Groh                 Mrs. C. Ashley Jackson Spencer
mr. J. Ernest Sims                  Mr. Steven A. Threefoot
mr. Clifford B. Sutter              Mrs. Ann Lindsey Wilhelm

Class of ’71 - 11%                  Class of ’76 - 5%

mr. gary Brewster                   Mrs. Margie Schwegmann Brown
Mr. Robert Ty Cook, Jr.             Mrs. Elisabeth Ward Connors
Mr. Archibald Thomas Higgins, III   Mr. Mark Patrick Peyronnin
mrs. Donna melius Jolly             Mr. Wally Porter
Mr. Mike Persia, III                mrs. Stacy nugent Ware
Ms. Katherine Smith
Dr. peter Stedman                   Class of ’77 - 13%
                                    Mr. Robert Irvin Ayerst, Jr.                                         Class of ’84 - 11%
                                                                        mrs. Kathy Reische habluetzel
Class of ’72 - 14%                  Ms. Dana Michele Garvey                                              Mrs. Elizabeth Leveque Gouner
                                                                        Dr. Terren David Klein
Mrs. Laura Riddick Dufresne         Mr. Mark P. Gauchet                                                  mrs. peyton pettit greene
                                                                        mrs. Judy Becker martin
Mr. Robert W. Engel                 mr. Joseph Jones grigg, Jr.                                          Mr. Hans G. Luetkemeier
                                                                        Ms. Sally Adams Trufant
mrs. Betsy threefoot Kaston         mr. herbert D. hughes, ii                                            Mrs. Shawn Armstrong Olinger
Mrs. Priscilla Rutledge Kujawski    Mr. Calvin L. Perilloux, Jr.                                         Mr. Jay Laird Shannon
                                                                        Class of ’81 - 10%
Dr. Vincent F. Morgan               mrs. lisa newman Sibal                                               Mr. Blake M. Woods
                                    mr. Bertrand A. Wilson              Anonymous (1)
Dr. Stephanie Samples O’Malley
                                                                        Mrs. Melinda McNair Bond
mr. David W. Rusch                                                                                       Class of ’85 - 10%
                                    Class of ’78 - 15%                  Ms. Allene Cashmore
mrs. Donna Cox Rusch                                                                                     Mr. David Bowes
                                                                        mrs. Ragnhild Daasvand
mrs. Elizabeth pedrick Sartain      Mrs. Betsy Ayerst Alquist                                            Mrs. Ashley Woods Bozeman
                                                                        Mrs. Elizabeth Benbow Gorman
                                    mrs. Elisabeth martin Armstrong                                      Mr. David Favaloro
                                                                        Mrs. Ann Burlingame Inge
Class of ’73 - 7%                   mrs. margaret Dannenberg Bossier                                     Mrs. Laura Schuler Favaloro
                                                                        Mr. John H. Schmidt
mrs. Sandra platter Denny           mr. Brian C. Bossier                                                 mrs. Kristin Sullivan Johnson
                                                                        Mr. Stephen T. Young
Ms. Carole Touzet Allen             Mrs. Victoria Fleetwood Ginger                                       Mrs. Ana Mesa Ortega
Mr. Charles M. Engel                Mr. Brian Grove
                                                                        Class of ’82 - 15%
Mr. Mark P. Fisher                  mr. michael l. martin                                                Class of ’86 - 7%
                                    mr. michael F. nicoladis            mr. gilbert V. Andry, iV
Ms. Peggy Hayes Montgomery                                                                               Mrs. Norma Jean Young McClain
                                    Mrs. Charlotte Robinson Pritchard   mr. Steven m. Bossier
Ms. Lee Robinson                                                                                         Mrs. Holly Kuebel Mentz
                                    mrs. Amy threefoot Valeiras         mrs. Barbara Delchamps Bossier
Class of ’74 - 13%                                                                                       Mrs. Diann Pelias Stathakis
                                    mrs. lori Weaver                    Mrs. Rebecca Barclay Choate
Mrs. Adele Clark Cadard                                                 Mr. Guy C. Farber                Mr. Peter Joseph Wanek
Dr. Stephen M. McCollam                                                 Mr. Scott Q. Farber              Mr. Scott Parker Yount
                                    Class of ’79 - 10%
Mr. Mark E. Morere                                                      Mrs. Anne-Sere Klein Hernandez
Dr. Susan Saik Peebles              Mrs. Catherine McCall Clarke                                         Class of ’87 - 13%
                                                                        Mrs. Patti Reiss Micklin
Ms. Pamela Portwood                 Mr. Kelly Conatser
                                                                        Mrs. Virginia Erwin Sirera       Mr. Donald P. Chin
mrs. louise Becker Saponas          mrs. Elizabeth hughes Depass
                                                                        Mr. Drew D. Story                Mrs. Kimberley Conway Crawford
Dr. James D. Welsh                  mr. Ashby trice gibbons, iii
                                                                        Mr. Scott T. Zander              the Rev. Frederick D. Devall, iV
                                    mrs. Suzanne tonti Rouse
                                                                                                         Mr. John R. Falgoust, Jr.
Class of ’75 - 10%                                                      Class of ’83 - 10%               Mr. Scott C. Hightower
                                    Class of ’80 - 14%
mrs. meg Stainback Adams                                                Mr. John Marshall Burlingame     mrs. melanie manzella
Mr. James E. Bryant, Jr.            Mrs. Colleen Kuebel Berthelot                                        Mr. Robert Dyson Peyton
                                                                        ms. Anne Dunlap honeywell
Mr. Douglas K. Harris               Dr. Leslie Blake                                                     Mrs. Michele Karno Varon
                                                                        mr. hans Jonassen
Mr. Griff C. Lee, III               ms. Donna m. Bossier                                                 Mrs. Lindsey Jackson Wood
                                                                        Mrs. Keppy Laudeman Martin
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Class of ’88 - 10%                             mr. Jason Franklin griffith                                         Marshall F. Ordemann’02
Mrs. Kendra O’Connell Abbott                   Mrs. Elizabeth Wanek Thomas   Class of ’03 - 7%                     Walker F. Saik ’02
Mr. Chris Beckman                                                            mr. thomas Favrot                     Brett D. Vogt ’02
Mrs. Jeanne Wanek Fowler                       Class of ’95 - 4%             ms. Becky Quintal                     Thomas B. Favrot ’03
ms. Suzanne Evans gueydan                      mr. Jason Conway              Mr. Scott Saporito                    Rebecca I. Quintal ’03
mr. Charles K. Schaefer                        Mr. Wesley Marchal                                                  Scott A. Saporito ’03
Mr. Michael Kirk Talbot                                                      Class of ’04 - 5%                     Mariann R. Sengelmann ’03
                                               Class of ’96 - 2%             ms. Jessica W. leone
Class of ’89 - 7%                              mr. tyson lykes geary         Mr. Justin M. Turner
Mrs. Lee Sanders Cummins                                                     Ms. Jessica A. White
Mrs. Shelby Snyder Hammer                      Class of ’97 - 8%
Mr. Michael A. Reed                            mr. Zachary t. goodyear       Class of ’05 - 3%
mrs. nicole Bailliet Smith                     mr. Worth groome              mr. tyler Coatney
Vin Tangpricha, M.D.                           Capt. Howard Deane Smith      Mr. Mark Holden                       Jessica W. Leone ’04
                                                                                                                   Justin M. Turner ’04
Class of ’90 - 6%                              Class of ’98 - 6%             Class of ’06 - 5%                     Jessica A. White ’04
mr. Beau Bisso                                 Ms. Andrea R. Bonnette        ms. Claire t. Bruton                  Tyler M. Coatney ’05
ms. Anne Falgoust                              ms. lauren Dellinger          Mr. Christopher M. Flowers            Claire T. Bruton ’06
Dr. William Jeff Klein                         Mr. Patrick A. O’Brien        mr. Christopher A. Kirkwood           Christopher M. Flowers ’06
Mrs. Emily Saab Messerschmitt                  Ms. Ashley M. Stewart         mr. James S. pfeiffer                 Christopher A. Kirkwood ’06
                                                                                                                   James S. Pfeiffer ’06
Class of ’91 - 13%                             Class of ’99 - 9%             Class of ’07 - 4%                     Jared Y. Gilmore ’07
Mr. Scott B. Branting                          Capt. mathison guy hall       mr. Jay gilmore iV                    Lauren Waters ’07
Mrs. Catherine Verlander Evans                 Ms. Allison Johnson           ms. lauren Waters
Mr. Jonathan Hodges                            Ms. Grant K. Melius                                                 Young Leaders Club
Mr. Michael Karno                              Ms. Brittany Olson            Bold = Decade Club (’51-’97)                 ($100+, Classes of ’98-07)
mrs. Courtenay graham Reymond                  Mr. Justin Svec               $10 per year since graduation
Mrs. Elizabeth Conway Schwing                                                                                      Lauren Dellinger ’98
mrs. Julie Bailliet Williamson                                                                                     Mathison G. Hall ’99
                                               Class of ’00 - 4%             Young Alumni Decade
                                                                                                                   Robert A. Skinner ’00
                                               Mr. David Curry Peterson              Club
Class of ’92 - 9%                                                                                                  Gregory T. Williams ’01
                                               mr. Robert Austin Skinner          ($5 per year since graduation,
                                                                                       Classes of ’98-’07)         Erin K. Coatney ’02
Mrs. Suzie Shaw Dieth
                                                                                                                   Rebecca I. Quintal ’03
Mr. Michael C. Odom, Jr.                       Class of ’01 - 5%             Ashley M. Stewart ’98                 Tyler M. Coatney ’05
Mr. Robert Conklin Rhoden, III
                                               Mr. Andrew M. O’Brien         Mathison G. Hall ’99                  James S. Pfeiffer ’06
Mr. Kyle Sclafani
                                               Mr. David Michael Svec        Allison K. Johnson ’99                Jared Y. Gilmore ’07
                                               mr. gregory t. Williams       Grant K. Melius ’99
Class of ’93 - 12%
                                                                             Brittany M. Olson ’99                         Grandparents
Dr. Chad J. Aleman                             Class of ’02 - 13%            Justin C. Svec ’99
Mr. Edmund W. Dieth                                                          David C. Peterson ’00                 Anonymous (1)
                                               ms. Erin Coatney
mr. Steven Franklin griffith, Jr.                                            Robert A. Skinner ’00                 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Adolph
                                               Ms. Lindsey Greer
Mr. Justin Riley Jones                                                       Andrew M. O’Brien ’01                      In honor of: Alayna Adolph ’14
                                               Ms. Aimee Joyce Hyatt
mr. Christian leask                                                          David M. Svec ’01                     Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Allen
                                               Ms. Marguerite King
Lt. Greg Page                                                                Gregory T. Williams ’01                    In honor of: Morgan Gorney ’13
                                               Mr. Joseph W. Leone
Dr. Scott Beacham Schuber                                                    Erin K. Coatney ’02                   Mr. and Mrs. Jerald N. Andry
                                               Mr. Beau Ordemann
                                               ms. miriam Smith              Lindsey D. Greer ’02                       In honor of: Jerald N. Andry, III ’05
Class of ’94 - 6%                                                            Aimee J. Hyatt ’02                    Mrs. Alfred Barham
                                               mr. Walker Saik
Mrs. Suzanne Miller Carter                     Mr. Brett Vogt                Marguerite M. King ’02                     In honor of: Henry A.
Mr. Ford R. Church                                                           Joseph W. Leone ’02                          Barham, IV ’15
                                                                                                                                                      * deceased
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     Caroline Barham ’13                           In honor of: Thomas S. Meric, III ’08   Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Menutis                        In honor of: Matthew L.
Mr. and Mrs. Corky Barras                    Mrs. Louise Ewin                                    In honor of: Vincent J. Marcello ’19           Stedman ’00
     In honor of: Reagan E. Mathis ’11             In honor of: Woodward Oge ’96           Mr. Robert W. Merrick ’62                          Ruth M. Stedman ’05
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Becker, Jr.          Dr. and Mrs. George A. Farber                       In honor of: Ruby K. Reeves ’19              Colion Stedman ’11
     In honor of: M. William J. Martin ’12         In honor of: Samatha B. Farber ’09            John B. Reeves ’20                           Meredith Stedman ’12
     Gerald L. B. Martin ’15                       William M. Farber ’12                         Jesse A. Reeves ’17                    Mr. and Mrs. William Stutchman
Mrs. Margie Barry Beer ’55                         Lane C. Farber ’14                      The Rev. and Mrs. Prospero Mesa                    In honor of: Gerard J.
     In honor of: Doyle P. Spell Jr. ’77     Mrs. Patricia Frech                                 In honor of: Sofia R. Ortega ’21               Bourgeois, Jr. ’11
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonsall                        In honor of: Hayes C. Young ’08               Diego F. Ortega ’18                          Angelle Bourgeois ’13
     In honor of: Colin Stedman ’11          Mr. and Mrs. John M. Girault, Sr. ’55         Dr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Noya                  Dr. and Mrs. Henry K. Threefoot
     Meredith T. Stedman ’12                       In honor of: Kody C. Girault ’07              In honor of: Christina Noya ’11              In honor of: Stephanie Kaston ’01
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Bossier, Jr.          Mrs. Sarah Greenberg                          Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. O’Flynn                    Joshua Alan Kaston ’00
     In honor of: Parker Bossier ’08               In honor of: Tina Aguiar ’85                  In honor of: Sean Michael              Mrs. Daisy M. VanDenburgh
     Caroline Bossier ’12                          David Aguiar ’86                                O’Flynn ’17                                In honor of: Daisy W.
     Ashley Bossier ’16                      Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Richard H. Groves           Mr. and Mrs. Al Ohmes                                VanDenburgh ’12
     Emma Bossier ’16                              In honor of: Richard G. Odell ’06             In honor of: Zoe Ohmes ’20                   GiGi M. VanDdenburgh ’13
     Stephanie C. Bossier ’14                      Katherine G. Odell ’09                  Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Opperman, Sr.         Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Vollenweider
     J. Hunter Phillips ’10                        John P. Odell ’04                             In honor of: Marcelo Opperman ’21            In honor of: Richard Benton ’16
     Brandon B. Phillips ’13                       Elizabeth A. Odell ’07                  Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton                      Eric Benton ’14
Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Branton               Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herberg                        In honor of: Stuart E. Peyton ’20      Mrs. Fred Waters
     In honor of: Anthony R.                       In honor of: GiGi Herberg ’16           Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Platter                      In honor of: Lauren Waters ’07
       Manzella, III ’18                     Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Israel                        In honor of: Rebecca Laine                   Ashleigh K. Waters ’10
Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Brierre                       In honor of: Zachary K. Israel ’15              Denny ’06                                  Jonathan P. Waters ’12
     In honor of: Clare M. Brierre ’15             Dylan A. Israel ’12                           Laura L. Denny ’04                     Mr. Woody Wilson
     Catherine M. Brierre ’12                Drs. Mary J. and B. J. Jenkins                      F. Denny Otway ’12                           In honor of: Grayson D. Doyle ’18
Mrs. Irene Brown                                   In honor of: Ian J. Jenkins ’13         Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reeves                         Colin T. Doyle ’21
     In honor of: Jessica A. White ’14             Jack S. Jenkins ’15                           In honor of: Ruby K. Reeves ’19        Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Woodman
     Rachel M. White ’10                     Capt. and Mrs. Peter F. Johnson                     Jack Reeves ’20                              In honor of: Katherine Honeywell ’11
     James A. White ’16                            In honor of: Mason J. Hoffman ’10             Jesse Reeves ’17                             Jefferson D. Honeywell ’14
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Casey                   Mr. and Mrs. James Klebba                     Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rhodes
     In honor of: Garrett Casey ’09                In honor of: Serena Klebba                    In honor of: Evan Walker ’21                Parents of Alumni
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cawley                   Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klein                      Mr. Andree Roaf
     In honor of: Alice Cawley ’07                 In honor of: Hayes Allord ’21                 In honor of: William D. Roaf ’17       Mr. and Mrs. Orr Adams, Jr.
     Robert M. Cawley ’10                    Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kramer                           Carrington S. Roaf ’20                  (Meg Stainback ’71)
Mr. Doyle Coatney                                  In honor of: Nina Kramer ’16            Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rusch                   Dr. Harriet G. Aguiar-Netto and
     In honor of: Jessica L. Boe ’01               Blaise Kramer ’17                             In honor of: Margaret Rusch ’06         Mr. Rene Netto
     Erin K. Coatney ’02                     Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lange, Sr.                Dr. and Mrs. Monroe Samuels                  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alquist
     Tyler M. Coartney ’05                         In honor of: Zachary Lange ’13                In honor of: Erin S. Bahn ’14           (Betsy Ayerst ’78)
     Laura E. Coatney ’10                          Samantha Lange ’11                      The Rev. and Mrs. C. Sheldon Seibel          Dr. Billie V. and Mr. W. Paul Andersson
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Dannenberg, III            Ali Lange ’14                                 In honor of: Erin K. Coatney ’02       Mr. and Mrs. Jerald N. Andry
     In honor of: Parker Bossier ’08         Mr. Robert Lestelle and                             Tyler M. Coartney ’05                  Dr. and Mrs. Robert Arensman
     Emma Bossier ’16                          Ms. Pam Hartdegen                                 Laura E. Coatney ’10                   Mrs. Fay Rice Atkinson ’54
Mr. and Mrs. David C. Dean                         In honor of: Grace Labiche ’24          Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sisung                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bailliet
     In honor of: Julia L. Dean ’11          Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lewis                           In honor of: Kasey L. Sisung ’21       Mr. and Mrs. William F. Becker, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlap, Jr.                      In honor of: Taylor M. Michals ’09            Kennedy L. Sisung                      Mrs. Eileen K. Beckman
     In honor of: Katherine                  Mr. Robert L. Livingston, Jr. ’60                   Riley G. Sisung                        Mrs. Margie Barry Beer ’55
       Honeywell ’11                               In honor of: David B. Livingston ’22    Mr. and Mrs. Raymond St. Pierre              Mr. John Barry Benton, Sr. ’52
     Jefferson D. Honeywell ’14              Dr. and Mrs. David McNeill                          In honor of: Colin J. St. Pierre ’14   Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bologna
Mrs. Lloyd E. Eagan                                In honor of: Paul W. Freese ’11         Mr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Stedman               Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Bossier, Jr.
                                                                                                                                                                          * deceased
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Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brady                      Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt L. Greer, Jr.           Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McCormick           The Rev. Debbie Scalia and Mr. Sal Scalia
 (Glenn Johnson ’65)                           Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Hall              Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. McGeehan        Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Schwertz
Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Branton                 Mr. and Mrs. Guy G. Hamann                Mr. and Mrs. Julius McIlwain            Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sharple
Mrs. Bonnie Markle Broxson ’55                 Mr. and Mrs. Rufus C. Harris, III ’68     Mr. and Mrs. John T. McMahon            Mr. and Mrs. William W. Shaw, Jr.
Mr. Cyril B. Burck, Jr. ’68                    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hawkins               Cmdr. and Mrs. Robert H. McMillan       Mrs. Patricia F. Simpson
Mrs. Joella B. Burlingame                      Mrs. Sara Hogue Herrington ’59            The Rev. and Mrs. Prospero Mesa         Mrs. Prim B. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Caine                   Mr. and Mrs. Warren A. Hintz, Jr.         Ms. Robbie Newman                       Mr. Howard J. Smith, Jr. ’60
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell                Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoffmann, Jr.         Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Nolan            Mr. and Mrs. Gary N. Solomon, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cawley                  Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Holden             Mr. and Mrs. John D. O’Connell          Mr. and Mrs. Jerome M. Stedman
Dr. Alan Childress                             Mr. Paul J. Hoolahan and                  Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Odom            Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stewart, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Coatney                 Ms. Katherine L. Walters                 Mr. and Mrs. James R. O’Donnell         Dr. and Mrs. Michael A. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Coleman, III           Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Huber             Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Olivier             Mr. and Mrs. George R. Sumner
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen K. Conroy                 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Hughes, II ’77    Mr. Donald A. Olson and                 Mr. Cliff Sutter ’70
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Conway, III              Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Hyatt, Jr.          Ms. Ellaine Wilson                     Mr. and Mrs. Danna Sutton
Ms. Ann Craighead                              Mr. and Mrs. G. William James, III        Mr. and Mrs. William E. O’Neil          Dr. and Mrs. Frank Svec
Dr. Candace A. Cutrone and                     Dr. and Mrs. Vijay T. John                Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Pansano, Jr.       Mrs. Vail Smith Tessier ’66
 Dr. Ted Strickland                            Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson                (Susan Normann ’66)                    Dr. and Mrs. Raju Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Dannenberg, III        Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson, Jr.          Dr. and Mrs. Troy L. Patterson          Mrs. Cathy Reily Thomason ’68
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Daray                                                                                                     Dr. and Mrs. Henry K. Threefoot
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, Jr.                                                                                                   Mr. and Mrs. Al Trevino
Mr. and Mrs. W. Keith DePass                                                                                                     Mrs. Linda R. Trotter
 (Beth Hughes ’79)                                                                                                               Mrs. Daisy M. VanDenburgh
Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Derby, III                                                                                                  Ms. Carolyn Wanek
Ms. Carolyn J. Deyo                                                                                                              Dr. Donna and Mr. Parker Waters
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Jones Dieth, Sr.                                                                                               Mrs. Joseph C. White
Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Dinon                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Widofsky
 (Sandy Williams ’68)                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Guy T. Williams
Mr. and Mrs. Brooke H. Duncan, II                                                                                                Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand A. Wilson ’77
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunlap, Jr.                                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Eastman, III ’62                                                                                           Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Yeargain, Jr. ’58
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards                                                                                                     Dr. and Mrs. William T. Young
Dr. and Mrs. W. Brooks Emory ’60                                                                                                 Mr. W. Thomas Zander ’58
The Rev. Dr. Diane and Dr. David Estes         Mr. and Mrs. William E. Johnson           Mr. and Mrs. Stewart F. Peck
Dr. and Mrs. George Farber                     Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kaston                  Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Perkins                 Administration,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Favrot, Jr. ’68          (Betsy Threefoot ’72)                    Ms. Margaret Perret                          Faculty and Staff
Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Flick                  The Rev. B. W. Kinyon                     Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fransen                       Mr. and Mrs. Willem Kristel               Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton           Ms. Robin Adams
Mr. and Mrs. Gus A. Fritchie                   Mr. and Mrs. John P. Labouisse, III ’60   Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Platter           Dr. Billie V. Andersson, L.P.C.
Dr. H. Richard Gaumer and                      Dr. Dominick Lago                         Mr. and Mrs. Raphael J. Rabalais, Jr.   Ms. Katherine Arthurs
 The Rev. Susan Gaumer                         Mr. John R. Lambert, III ’55              Mr. and Mrs. Frank Resignola            Mrs. Shawn Aucoin
The Rev. and Mrs. W. Gedge Gayle, Jr.          Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lane               Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Riddick, Jr.      Ms. Leslie S. Bahn
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Gibbs                 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lewis                 Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Rigdon            Mrs. Doris S. Baron
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Gieger, Jr.             Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Manard, III        Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Rogers            Ms. Lynette Batiste
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Girault, Sr. ’55          Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Marshall, Jr.     Mr. and Mrs. John O. Roy, Jr.           Mrs. Eileen K. Beckman
Mr. and Mrs. David Godchaux                     (Lesley Smith ’63)                       Mr. and Mrs. David W. Rusch ’72         Dr. Jeffrey Pratt Beedy
Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Goodwin                 Dr. and Mrs. Charles C. Matthews           (Donna Cox ’72)                        Ms. Mary Bond
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Graham                    Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Maynard          Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rusch              Mrs. Doris Boos
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Gravley                  Mr. and Mrs. John McCollam                Dr. Dian H. Sanders                     Mrs. Pamela C. Brierre
Mrs. Beverly R. Greenwell                       (Julie Hogue ’52)                        Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Saporito             Mrs. Carolyn S. Busenlener
                                                                                                                                                                   * deceased
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                                 Mrs. Janis S. McCormick               Dell Inc.                                Mrs. Suzie Shaw Dieth ’92
                                 Mr. Charles T. McGeehan               Entergy Corporation                      The Rev. Susan Gaumer
                                 Dr. Rex Mooney                        Eustis Insurance                         Mrs. Dianne Greer
                                 Mr. Michael C. Odom, Jr. ’92          General Mills Box Tops for Education     Ms. Charlotte Johnson
                                 Mrs. Edwina O’Flynn                   Gibbs Construction                       Mrs. Donna Lewis
                                 Ms. Julie M. O’Flynn                  Gulf Coast Bank                          Mr. Hans G. Luetkemeier ’84
Mrs. Jane Caine                  Mrs. James E. Ott                     International Matex Tank Terminals       The Rev. Prospero Mesa
Mrs. Danielle Calamia            Mrs. Susan N. Pansano ’66             International Paper Company Foundation   Mrs. Patti Reiss Micklin ’82
Mrs. Toni Caserta                Mrs. Susan Pendleton                  Marsh & McLennan                         Mrs. Holly S. Odom
Mr. Charlie Catalano             Ms. Margaret Perret                   Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation           Mrs. Barbara Owens
Mr. Frank Cazeaux                Dr. Charles Ramos                     Northwestern Mutual Life                 Mr. Pedro B. Perez
Ms. Roma Lynn Coleman            Mrs. Sarah Taylor Raymond             Occidental Petroleum Corporation         Mrs. Mary Sue Nelson Roniger ’60
Mrs. Kammer J. Conway            Mrs. Cheryl Resignola                 Shell Oil Company Foundation             Mr. Steve Sharple
Mr. Clarence Corseault           Ms. Stacy Richards                    Target Corporation                       Mr. Al Trevino
Dr. Karen Daboval                Mrs. Alma Quiroz Roohi ’83            The Patrick F. Taylor Foundation         Ms. Carolyn Wanek
Ms. Angela Day                   Dr. William L.                        The Villas LLC                           Mrs. MeMe Wilson
Mrs. Erin Dazzo                   Rosenbaum, Ph.D., L.P.C., L.M.F.T.   Winn Dixie Stores, Inc.
Mrs. Julie T. Dieth              Mrs. Barbara H. Ryan                                                                          Friends
Ms. Carmen Dobrescu              Mr. Harold Ryan                                Foundations
Mrs. Sue Edwards                 Ms. Dawn Santopadre                                                            Dr. and Mrs. William P. Coleman, III
Mr. Sam V. Evins                 Ms. Christine Sauer                   The Armstrong Family Foundation          Mrs. M. Stanley Cook
Mrs. Aliza Matt Falgout          The Rev. Debbie Scalia, Deacon        Baptist Community Ministries             Mr. John Galloway
Mr. Guy C. Farber ’82            Ms. Michelle Scandurro                Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation Board The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Charles E.
Mrs. Peggy Fransen               Mr. Keith Schwarz                     The Community Foundation of               Jenkins, III
Mr. Alan Gatzman                 Mrs. Sue Shaw                           Shreveport-Bossier                     Mr. Paul Kendrick
Ms. Donna Gieseler               Mrs. Lisa Newman Sibal ’77            The Joe W. and Dorothy Dorsett           Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McDermott
Mrs. Susan Godchaux              Mrs. Patricia F. Simpson                Brown Foundation                       Mr. Frank Millet
Ms. Susan Goudail                Mrs. Eileen Smilari                   The Brown Foundation Scholarship Fund    Millbury Memorial High School
Mrs. Lisa Guevara                Ms. Allison Smith                     The Educational Excellence Fund          Mrs. Lucius Suthon
Mrs. Jane L. Guillory            Mrs. Michelle Snow                    Episcopal Community Services             Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Thalheim
Mrs. Christine Hamann            Mrs. Julie Talbot                     Ruth U. Fertel Foundation                Mrs. Leslie Ellis Vaughan
Mrs. Elise Hastings              Mrs. Allison Johnson Thomas           Eugenie & Joseph Jones Family            Ms. Aline Walsh
Mr. Michael Henderson            Mr. Josh Tillotson                      Foundation                             Dr. Jacob Weisler
Mr. Jerry Hernandez              Mrs. Linda Trevino                    International Paper Co. Foundation       Mr. and Mrs. John Wittenberg
Ms. Cynthia L. Hill              Mrs. Linda R. Trotter                 Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation           Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Wroten
Mrs. Tina G. Hintz               Mr. Joe Vaccaro                       New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation Mr. Frank Zito
Mrs. Ginny Hoffmann              Mrs. Winifred B. Wendel               Shell Oil Company Foundation
Ms. Anne Dunlap Honeywell ’83    Mr. Tom Wheelock                      The Patrick F. Taylor Foundation              RESTRICTED GIFTS
Mrs. Nan Hyatt
Mrs. Shai James                       Corporations and                     Former Personnel                     Headmaster ($15,000.00 +)
Mrs. Vicki V. Johnson                  Matching Gift                                                            Belle Johnson Scholars Foundation Board
Mrs. Betsy Kaston ’72                   Companies                      Mrs. Harriet G. Aguiar-Netto             8(g) BESE Grants
Mrs. Lee Klebba                                                        Mrs. Fay R. Atkinson ’54                 Mr. William A. Bisso, IV ’90
Mrs. Erin Lentz                  AT&T                                  Ms. Linda L. Billups                     Mr. Doyle Coatney
Mr. Warren Lind                  BellSouth                             Mrs. Ashley Woods Bozeman ’85            Educational Excellence Fund
Mrs. Nikky Manausa               The Community Foundation of           Mrs. Glenn Johnson Brady ’65             Episcopal Community Services
Mrs. Katherine C. Marchal         Shreveport-Bossier                   Ms. Amanda Cabral                        The Ruth U. Fertel Foundation
Mr. James R. Marsalis, Jr. ’62   ConocoPhillips                        Ms. Faith Dawson                         Dr. and Mrs. Eric George
Ms. Emily McCorkle               DA Exterminating Co., Inc.            Ms. Carolyn J. Deyo                      Mr. E. Douglas Johnson, Jr. ’60
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                                               Mr. Lester B. Leonard, III ’75             (Alma Quiroz ’83)                          Honor/Memorials
Scholar ($5,000 - $9,9999)                     Mr. and Mrs. James R. Marsalis, Jr. ’62   Ms. Anne Reily Sutherlin ’66
Anonymous (1)                                  Dr. and Mrs. Jorge A. Martinez            Mr. Clifford Sutter ’70                In honor of The Class of ’57
Mr. and Mrs. Everard W. Marks, III             Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Noya                                                            Mr. Robert J. Whann, III ’57
                                               Dr. Jonathan D. Nussdorf and               Celebrating the Spirit                In honor of Marjorie B. Beer
Fellow ($3,000 - $4,999)                        Dr. Mary L. McCormick                         Crafting the                           Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McDermott
AHD Consultants
                                               Ms. Margaret G. Perret                        Vision I and II                    In honor of Barbara Bossier
                                               Mr. Keith W. Christopher and                                                          Mrs. Virginia Erwin Sirera ’82
Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis
                                                Ms. Christine Sauer                      Mr. and Mrs. William O’Neil            In memory of Richard F. Brewster
DA Exterminating Co., Inc.
                                               The Villas, L.L.C.                        Dr. and Mrs. Eric R. George                 Ms. Barbara Elaine Brewster ’66
Mr. and Mrs. Jed S. D’Arensbourg
Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis                                                                                                      In honor of William H. DeWese
The New Orleans Hispanic Heritage
                                               Friend - ($1 - $99)                        The Dan and Frances                        Mr. and Mrs. William W. Shaw, Jr.
 Foundation                                    Mr. and Mrs. Ron Calamia                       White Chapel                      In honor of John M. Girault ’55
                                               Lynda Callaway                                                                        Dr. Jacob Weisler
                                               Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and                The Rev. Frederick D. Devall IV ’87         Mr. and Mrs. John Wittenberg
Founder ($1,000 -$2,999)
                                                Dr. Leslie Blake ’80                     Mrs. Sue Shaw                          In memory of Andrew T. Goodyear
The Brown Foundation Scholarship Fund
                                               Mr. and Mrs. William W. Shaw, Jr.                                                     Mr. Zachary T. Goodyear ’97
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Coatney                                                                       Athletics                 In honor of Aiden E. Harris
The Rev. and Mrs. Frederick D.
 Devall, IV ’87
                                                     The Coatney                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Chad E. Harris
                                                   Leadership Center                     Mr. and Mrs. Mark Amoss                In memory of Catherine Herberg
Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Eastman ’62                                                        Ms. Lynda Callaway                          Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herberg
Mrs. Jeanne Wanek Fowler ’88                                                             Dr. and Mrs. William P. Coleman, III
                                               Mr. Doyle Coatney                                                                In honor of Marian Gibbs
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Gieger, Jr.                                                       Mr. Kelly Conatser ’79 and                  Patti Reiss Micklin ’82
Dr. and Mrs. Troy L. Patterson                                                            Dr. Leslie Blake ’80
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Saporito
                                                   The Audrey B.                                                                In honor of Gary N. Solomon, Sr.
                                                 Michaud Scholarship                     Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis                  Patti Reiss Micklin ’82
Target Corporation                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. John DeMartini ’80
Mrs. Elizabeth Wanek Thomas ’94
                                                       Fund                                                                     In honor of Margaret Schuber
                                                                                         Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Falk            Patti Reiss Micklin ’82
Ms. Carolyn Wanek                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Gieger, Jr.
                                               Mr. William A. Bisso IV ’90                                                      In memory of Mildred Ellis Herron ’88
Mr. Peter Joseph Wanek ’86                                                               Mr. and Mrs. Everard W. Marks, III          Mr. and Mrs. Harley B. Howcott, Jr.
                                               Windows to the Future                     Dr. and Mrs. Jorge A. Martinez              Mrs. Leslie Ellis Vaughan
Supporter ($500 - $999)                                                                  Dr. and Mrs. Troy L. Patterson
                                                  Technology and                                                                In memory of Ann F. Hoffman
Dr. and Mrs. William P. Coleman, III            Athletics Campaign                       Dr. Donna and Mr. Parker Waters             Mrs. Lucius Suthon
Ms. Faith Dawson                                                                                                                In honor of Jefferson D. Honeywell
Mr. and Mrs. John DeMartini ’80                Ms. Amanda Langley Cabral                       Performing Arts                  In honor of Katherine Honeywell
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Falk               Mr. Frank Cazeaux                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Woodman
General Mills Box Tops for Education           Mr. Clarence Courseault                   Anonymous (1)                          In honor of Dylan A. Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest P. Gieger, Jr.             Mr. and Mrs. Ford Jones Dieth, Sr.        Ms. Mary Bond                          In honor of Zachary K. Israel
Mrs. Mary Anne O’Neil                          Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards              Mr. and Mrs. Michael Coatney                Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Israel
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton                  Mr. and Mrs. John M. Girault, Sr. ’55     Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Nussdorf         In honor of Zachary Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. David S. Reeves                   Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Hernandez                                                      Mr. John Galloway
Dr. Donna and Mr. Parker Waters                Ms. Cynthia Hill                               The Stuart Kemp                   In memory of Dan T. Manget
Winn Dixie Stores, Inc.                        Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kaston                        Peyton Center                    In memory of Stephanie Manget
                                                (Betsy Threefoot ’72)                                                                Ms. Diane Manget ’61
Benefactor ($100 - $499)                       Mr. E. Douglas Johnson, Jr. ’60           Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Peyton               Lt. Greg Page ’93
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Amoss                        Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. McGeehan                                                 In memory of Elizabeth Nelson
Mr. and Mrs. David Beehler                     Mr. Robert W. Merrick ’62                                                             Mr. A. Trice Gibbons, III ’79
Mrs. John and Leslie Gamble                    Ms. Julie M. O’Flynn                                                             In memory of Stuart K. Peyton
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Kaston                       Dr. Charles Ramos                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Peyton ’87
 (Betsy Threefoot ’72)                         Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83
                                                                                                                                                                 * deceased
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In memory of Anthony G. Porter              Mr. Pierre Lapeyre                         Mr. and Mrs. Clay Holcomb                     Gifts in Kind Goods
     Mr. William T. Doswell ’51             Ms. Diane Manget ’61                       Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hummel                        and Services
In memory of Mary L. Robinson               Mr. Frank Millet
     Ms. Lee Rigby Robinson ’73             Lt. Greg Page ’93                          Patrons                                    A friend of StM
In honor of St. Martin’s Episcopal School   Mr. and Mrs. William W. Shaw, Jr.          Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Appel                  Acme Oyster House
  Faculty and Staff                         Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stewart, Jr.          Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bone                  Ms. Adam’s ’08 Pre-Kindergarten
     Mr. J. Ernest Sims ’70                 Mrs. Lucius Suthon                         Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bossier ’82             (PKC) Class
In honor of Mollye and Matthew Varon        Dr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Thalheim, Jr.        (Barbara Delchamps ’82)                   Adventure Quest Family Fun Center
     Mr. Michael Karno ’91                  Mrs. Elizabeth Wanek Thomas ’94            Mr. and Mrs. Claude Breisacher             AHD Consultants
In honor of Robert J. Whann                 Ms. Aline Walshe                           Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Bryan                   All About Me
     Mrs. M. Stanley Cook                   Mrs. Carolyn Wanek                         Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Burglass                Mr. and Mrs. Conrad H. Appel, III
     Mrs. Bitsy Laudeman Duggins ’57        Mr. Peter Joseph Wanek ’86                 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Burkenstock             Arabesque Gallery & Studio
     Mr. and Mrs. Simms Hardin              Dr. Jacob Weisler                          Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bruce                  Art for Wear Screen Printing
     Mr. and Mrs. Harley B. Howcott, Jr.    Mr. and Mrs. John Wittenberg               Mr. and Mrs. John Cashman                  Aucoin Hart Jewelers
     Mr. Pierre Lapeyre                     Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Woodman             Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Coleman                 Audubon Nature Institute
     Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stewart, Jr.                                                 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cook                  Audubon Park Golf Course
     Dr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Thalheim, Jr.    Mothers’ Club Spring                      Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D’Amico                Austin’s Restaurant
     Ms. Aline Walshe                        Fundraiser Sponsors                       The Rev. and Mrs. Fred D. Devall, IV ’87   Ms. Sue Avilez
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Doyle                  Azby’s
                                            Life Savers ($5,000)                       Drs. Yanira and Rafael Figueroa            Mr. B’s Bistro
                                            Mr. and Mrs. Tom Branton                   Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fowler                   Bask Salon
                                            Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Manzella              Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gibson                   Mrs. Lisa Beck
                                             (Melanie Braton ’87)                      Mr. and Mrs. Marc Goldring                 Bell South Pioneers
                                            Dr. John Watermeier and                    Mr. and Mrs. David Gorney                  Bella Brew Coffee & Pastry Shop
                                             Ms. Virginia Rankin                       Mr. and Mrs. Chad Guidry                   Mr. Cameron Barrett ’21
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. David Halpern                 Chef John Besh
                                            Red Hots ($3,500 +)                        Ms. Jan Hayden                             Blink
                                            Dr. and Mrs. Eric George                   Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hurley                    Bopp Dermatology & Facial Plastic
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kleehammer                Surgery
                                            Candy Canes ($2,500-$3,499)                Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maynard                   Mr. and Mrs. Crichton W. Brown ’76
   The Dorothy Porter                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Manard                     (Margie Schwegmann ’76)
    Scholarship Fund                       Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Bossier ’78
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. James McConnell               Brown Family Orthodontics
                                            (Margaret Dannenberg ’78)
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Greg McCrory                  Bugaboo Canada, Inc.
St. Martin’s Episcopal School Alumni Board Mr. and Mrs. Alan Brackett                  Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan                   Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Caserta
                                           Mr. and Mrs. John DeMartini’80
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. George Mueller                Mrs. Julie Buhrer
    Family Endowment                       A Friend of St. Martin’s
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peyton ’87             Mrs. Carolyn Busenlener
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Ken Prieur                    Byblos Mediterranean Cuisine
Mr. William A. Bisso IV ’90                 Sweet Tarts ($1,000 - $2,499)
                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Provenzano             C. Collection
Mrs. M. Stanley Cook                        Mr. and Mrs. W. Keith DePass               Mr. and Mrs. Charles Redfearn              Mrs. Jane Caine
Mrs. Bitsy Laudeman Duggins ’57              (Beth Hughes ’79)                         Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Salassai               Caffé! Caffé!
Mr. and Mrs. G. Perry Eastman, III ’62      Mr. and Mrs. Everard Marks                 Ms. Kim Shofstahl                          Carreta’s Grill
Mrs. Jeanne Wanek Fowler ’88                Dr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews              Ms. Kristine Sims                          Carter Plantation
Mr. Roger Clayton Fowler ’88                Bei General Contractor                     Dr. and Mrs. Larry Stokes                  Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Caserta
Mr. John Galloway                           Mr. and Mrs. Tara O’Meallie                Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sullivan              Causeway Marriot
Mr. A. Trice Gibbons, III ’79               Wal-Mart Foundation                        Mr. and Mrs. John Trask                    The Cellars of River Ridge
Mr. and Mrs. Simms Hardin                   Dr. and Mrs. John Barrett                  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wells                    Chateau du Lac
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Herberg                Dr. Ana Catinis and George Catinis, M.D.                                              Chateau Golf and Country Club
Mr. and Mrs. Harley B. Howcott, Jr.         Mr. and Mrs. Eric France                                                              City Looks Salon
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Israel                Mr. and Mrs. Greg Venturatos                                                          Clay Creations – Jenise McCardell
                                                                                                                                                                   * deceased
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Clear Channel Radio – New Orleans             Hampton Inn – Garden District             Napoleon House                              Salon Couvie
Coleman E. Adler & Sons                       Heart Clinc of Louisiana                  The National WWII Museum                    Salon Estetica
Colonial Golf & Country Club                  Ms. Cynthia Hill                          Needle Arts Studio                          Mrs. Santopadre’s ’08 4th Grade
Mrs. Conway’s ’08 1st Grade class (1A)        The Hilton Riverside                      New Orleans Athletic Club                     class (4A)
Cool Brew                                     The Historic New Orleans Collection       The Historic New Orleans Collection         Mrs. Mary Lee Saucier ’91
The Cummings Family                           Ms. Sarah Hoffman                         New Orleans Dance Academy                   Mrs. Saucier’s ’08 Kindergarten class (KA)
Mrs. Tootie Conway                            Hooter’s                                  New Orleans Fine Hotels                     Mrs. Sue Shaw
Crescent Collection                           Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hoskins                  New Orleans Hornets                         Mrs. Shaw’s ’08 3rd Grade class (3B)
Mr. and Mrs. Jed D’Arensbourg                 Insta Gator Ranch & Hatchery              New Orleans Museum of Art                   Mr. Mackie Shilstone
DA Exterminating Co.                          Ivanov’s Gymnastics Academy               New Orleans Opera Association               Skin Savvy – Dr. Sherman
Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis                    Jewelry by Dashka Roth                    New Orleans School of Cooking               Mrs. Kathleen Shirer
Deane Retirement Strategies, Inc.             Mrs. Vicki Johnson                        The New Orleans Steam Boat Company          Mr. Al Silvas
Mrs. Dieth’s ’08 KB Class                     Mrs. Donna Melius Jolly ’71               NOLA Pilates Studio                         Simply Unique Embroidery, LLC.
Dillards of Lakeside                          Ms. Heidi Kauffman                        Noya Design, Inc.                           Skin by Allison
Diva Nails                                    Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Kern                  Coach Mike Odom ’92                         Miss Smith’s ’08 Pre-Kindergarten (PKB)
Documart                                      Ms. Yvonne Lafluer                        Mrs. Charlotte Opperman                     Southern Living at Home
Dominique Giordano Jewelry Design             Laruche Window Couture                    Mrs. Natalie Ott                            Southport Glove Trio
Ms. Nina Duhe                                 LeMieux Galleries                         Mrs. Ott’s ‘08 2nd Grade class (2B)         Spiritual Life Organization
Earthsavers                                   Lilette Restaurant                        Pat O’Brien’s                               Sports Pub & Grill
Etcetera                                      Lizano’s Glass Haus, Inc.                 Pearl’s Place                               Sprint PCS
Mr. Farber’s ‘08 5th Grade class (5C)         Longue Vue House & Gardens                Mrs. Susan Pendleton                        StM Bookstore
FeBe                                          Coach Warren Lind                         Mr. Margaret Perrett                        StM George Cottage
Fitness Expo                                  The Loews New Orleans Hotel               Oak Alley Plantation                        The StM Experience
Five Happiness                                Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra          Ms. Julie Ponze                             StM Middle School
Fleur de Lis Dental Care                                                                Orient Expressed Inc.                       The StM Mothers’ Club
Fleur de Lisa Framing & Gifts, LLC                                                      Mr. Terrance Osborne – Osborne Gallery      StM Parents
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farber                                                                 Mr. Malcom Pelham                           St. Martin’s Faculty & Staff
Dr. William Fowler ’80                                                                  Mrs. Pendleton’s ’08 4th Grade class (4B)   St. Martin’s Room Mothers
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fransen                                                                Perlis                                      Ms. Nellrea Simpson
Friends of the Cabildo                                                                  Ms. Perret’s ’08 5B Class                   Taqueria Corona
Adam Gaeta of City Looks Salon                                                          Radio Disney AM                             Trish & Terri Designs
Galatoire’s                                                                             Mrs. Sarah Raymond                          Mrs. Trotter’s ’08 4th Grade (4C)
Mr. Jack Gallery                              Madewood Plantation                       Mrs. Raymond’s ’08 3rd Grade class (3A)     Vincent’s Italian Cuisine
Gentry                                        Mrs. Dena Main                            Republic Beverage                           Mr. and Mrs. Parker Waters
Dr. and Mrs. Eric R. George                   Mrs. Manausa’s ’08 1st Grade class (1B)   Mrs. Cheryl Resignola
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gibson                      Mrs. Melanie Manzella                     Mrs. Resignola’s ’08 2nd Grade class (3A)   Gifts in Kind New Technology
Giggleberries                                 Mr. Vincent Marcello                      Mrs. Rink’s ’08 5A Class
Global Wildlife                               Mardi Gras World Productions              Rivers End Outfitters                       Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Davis
GNO Cyclery                                   Masseys Outfitters                        The Ritz Carlton – New Orleans              Mr. E. Douglas Johnson ’60
Mr. and Mrs. Marc Goldring                    Massiha Plastic Center                    Ralpf Brennan Restaurant Group              Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Saporito
The Goldring Family                           Mrs. Stacey McConnell                     Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Rice                    Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Annette Gorney                   Diana McCrory                             Mr. and Mrs. William Roohi ’83
Mr. Teddy Graziano                            Mcllhenny Co. – Tabasco                    (Alma Quiroz ’83)
Mrs. Lisa Guevara                             Michael Franks Salon                      Mrs. Roohie’s ’08 Pre-Kindergarten class
Gym Rompers                                   Milestone Photography                     Rose Lynn’s Hallmark
H2O Salon and Spa                             Mirabella                                 Mrs. Debbie Rothschild
Hacuta                                        Mrs. Kim Munoz                            Royal Blend
Hair and Nail Solutions                       Muriel’s                                  Mr. and Mrs. Efriam Rothschild
Mr. and Mrs. David Halpern                    My Spa at the Park                        Samson Business Products
                                                                                                                                                                     * deceased

				
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