Brothers of the Sacred Heart Alumni Association of New Orleans
Volume 34 NO. 3 October 2007
of the Year
The Meyer Building
Alumni Highlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7
Alumni in the News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 7
Chapter Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 15
Campus News . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 17
Les Lambert ’73 and 2007 Homecoming Queen Miss
Homecoming 2007 celebrated the past, The Homecoming Court was presented at member of Teens for Life, the Spanish
present and future of Brother Martin High halftime. Alumni escorts were Barry National Honor Society and the Key Club.
School. The event began with a Crimson & Boudreaux ’85, Michael Calogero ’81, She was nominated by Christopher
Gold Celebration at school. Brother Phil Jones ’73, Les Lambert ’73, Danny Cassagne ’08.
Martin prospects, alumni, families and Richard ’72, Tim Shannon ’04 and David
friends gathered at school for food, fun and Trepagnier ’83. Members of the court Food Sponsors for the event were:
games. A pep rally was held in the Conlin were Miss Kelly Christiansen, Miss Kaitlin Galatoire’s
Gym and everyone then headed to Tad Dubroca, Miss Hope Phelps, Miss Jamie
Gormley for the game. Shannon, Miss Samantha Starr, Miss
Alexandra Stoufflet and the 2006 Acme Oyster House
The Crusaders outscored Chalmette 28-0 in Homecoming Queen, Miss Julie Leto. Jack Dempsey’s
the first half and cruised to a 42-0 victory. Wayne & April Lee
Running back Dalton Hilliard ’09 rushed Alumni Board President Nick Macaluso
for 119 yards and one touchdown on 19 ’85 crowned Miss Kelly Christiansen 2007 Hilton New Orleans Riverside
carries, while running back Dante Butler Homecoming Queen. Kelly is the daughter Spitale’s Deli
’10 rushed for 119 yards on 12 carries. The of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Christiansen. She is a Raising Canes
win gave the Crusaders a three-game win- junior at Mt. Carmel Academy and a
ning streak. Brother Martin cheerleader. Kelly is a
Barkemeyer ’79 Named Alumnus Of The Year
Brian M. Barkemeyer, for critically ill newborns at several local ber of the St. Aloysius Century Foundation
M.D. has been named hospitals including Children’s Hospital Board since 1999.
the 2008 Allen J. (where he serves as NICU Medical
Ellender Award recipi- Director), East Jefferson General Brian is married to the former Michelle
ent as the Alumnus of Hospital, and Touro Infirmary. Brian is Hassenboehler, and they have five chil-
the Year. extensively involved in the education of dren. Their oldest two daughters Elise and
medical students, pediatric residents, and Amanda are students at St. Mary’s
Brian is a physician neonatal fellows. Dominican high school, while younger sib-
on the faculty of LSU lings Ellen and Michael attend St. Dominic
School of Medicine where he works as the A familiar face around Brother Martin High elementary. Their youngest daughter Anna
head of the Division of Neonatology with- School, Brian is the immediate past-presi- is a special needs student in the Jefferson
in the Department of Pediatrics. He cares dent of the Alumni Association and a mem- Parish public school system.
ELLENDER AWARD RECIPIENTS
1972 George F. Reinecke, Ph.D. ’40 1984 Judge Philip C. Ciaccio ’43 1996 Gary B. Froeba ’71
1973 Gregory R. Choppin, Ph.D. ’44 1985 Francis J. Demarest, Jr. ’47 1997 Judge Thomas Porteous, Jr., CJ ’64
1974 Monsignor Henry C. Bezou ’29 1986 Tom M. Benson, Jr. ’44 1998 Dean Robert C. Clark, Ph.D., CJ ’62
1975 Thomas M. Gilmore ’40 1987 Larry D. Delpit ’48 1999 Charles P. O’Brien, M.D., Ph.D., SA ’58
1976 Bishop Stanley J. Ott ’44 1988 Thomas F. Ridgley ’51 2000 John J. Gelpi, Jr. ’52
1977 Elmo J. Cerise, M.D. ’37 1989 William R. Hogan, Jr. ’37 2001 Bishop Gregory M. Aymond, CJ ’67
1978 Joseph A. Gemelli, Jr. ’33 1990 Ronald S. Paulin , CJ’58 2002 Roland H. Meyer ’45
1979 Buford F. Jones ’43 1991 Judge Robert J. Burns, SA ’62 2003 Archie “Ed” Holmes ’52
1980 Judge Pascal F. Calogero, Jr. ’49 1992 Sidney J. Reso, ’53 2004 Joseph N. Macaluso, M.D. ’71
1981 Herman J. Prager, Jr. ’42 1993 August R. Gallo, Jr. ’53 2005 David T. Branton ’76
1982 Albert E. Briede III ’40 1994 Judge Terry Q. Alarcon, SA ’66 2006 David Dunlap ’79
1983 Jerome J. Reso, Jr. ’55 1995 Sidney F. Lambert, Jr., CJ’64 2007 William Engel SA ’66
Meyer Science & Mathematics Building Opens
Over 1200 Crusaders began the adjoin the three state-of-the-art
2007-08 school year with extra lab spaces on the second floor. In
enthusiasm. The opening of The addition to the classrooms and
Roland H. & Macy Paton labs on the second floor, eight
Meyer Science and math classrooms and a computer
Mathematics Building provides lab are located on the first floor.
students with state of the art Labs and classrooms are
facilities. The Meyer Building is equipped with ceiling mounted
located at the corner of Elysian projectors, video and DVD play-
Fields Avenue and Sumpter ers, document cameras, screened
Street, the former site of the X & Y coordinate graphs, LCD
Brothers’ Residence. screens, teacher computer work stations and wireless connectivi-
ty. The classroom windows with manual solar protection and
The Meyer Building’s 35,000 square feet houses computer, chem- room darkeningsystems control varying daylight conditions while
istry, physics and biology labs. For flexibility, seven classrooms promoting student comfort, productivity and energy efficiency.
Microscopes donated by the Houston Chapter are used in the Biology Lab. Mr. Chris Carbone instructs in the Chemistry Lab.
Over the summer there have been numerous improvements around
campus. Besides the opening of the Meyer Building, the gym bleachers
have been replaced my electronic bleachers featuring safety rails and
some seats include chair backs for your comfort. In the main lobby, the
words of Brother Martin Hernandez, SC. “We are not here to teach
boys how to make a living, but how to make a life” are a daily reminder
of our mission. Students can research information in the new College
Placement Office in the first floor Resource Center, artwork has been
added to the first and second floor Resource Centers and the State
Champions trophy case in Main Lobby has been refurbished. The College Placement Office provides valuable information.
Gym bleacher renovation The State Championship Trophy case in the Main Lobby.
The inaugural Brother Martin Tennis Tournament was held at the UNO
Tennis Center on September 21st and 22nd. Parents, friends and alumni
participated in the tournament and players, family members and guests
attended the Friday night social. Roy Hoffman SA ’46 won the “Lynn
Chapman SA ’48 Sportsmanship Award” which is sponsored by Aurora
Country Club. The event was co-sponsored by the Alumni Association
and the Ladies of the Shield.
The tournament committee members were Glenda and Bill Bryan,
Mary Kay Casadaban, Jeanne Gallo, Kerry Godbold ’92, Peggy
Loehn, Lisa and Jeff Lozes, Ron McDonald ’82, David Mount ’78 and
Cissy Yakelis. Committee members (L to R) Roy Hoffman ’46 received
Glenda Bryan, Mary Kay the Lynn Chapman ’48 Sports-
Tournament Sponsors: Casadaban and Peggy Loehn manship Award
Quizno’s, Coca-Cola, Budweiser,
New Orleans Reproduction,
Architectural Concrete Productions, Inc., Wilson Tennis,
Favorites Promotions and Advertising, The Embassy Suites
Michelle & Steve Joubert, New Orleans Convention Center,
Ron McDonald ’82, Lozes & Ponder, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse,
and The Harbor Restaurant. Second Serve Tennis Center,
President John Devlin prepares to return service
Scott Robinson –
RESULTS: Green Acres Country Club,
Division Champions Runner-Up Ski Chelkowski –
Men’s 6-0 Rob Wimsatt/Chip Twickler Bret Lebreton’79/Marty Miller Colonial Country Club,
Men’s 6.5 David Mount ’78/David Morrow ’78 Keith Pittman/Dennis Gallagher ’89 Blake Phillips –
Men’s 7.0 & 7.5 Steven Lozes/Rafael Bragagnini Kenny Waguespack/Henry Nguyen Colonial Country Club,
Men’s 8.0 Sean Harper ’86/Dominick Haro ’88 Kobrock/David Burns
Women’s 6.0 Susan Coco/Mariane Eyles Bobbie Mire/Violet Ertel Pete Nguyen – Metairie Country Club,
Women’s 6.5 Michelle Joubert/Kathy Caraudy Lisa Lozes/Ellen Kline Lee Stall ’82 –
Women’s 7.0 Cathy Slumber/Cindy Nuesslein Deanne Legrand/Jeannine New Orleans Lawn & Tennis Club
Development Office Br. Bernard Couvillion, S.C., for-
mer Superior General of the
Update Brothers of the Sacred Heart, was
the guest speaker at the 2007
Prayer Breakfast. The event was
held at The Plimsoll Club in
Br. Jean Sobert, SC has been asked by September. Joe Caruso ’79, chair-
the Provincial to serve as director of the man, Tim Napier, Jeff Haro ’74,
retired Brothers’ residence in Baton Ken Leithman ’47, Randy Oddo
Rouge. He will continue to serve as spe- SA ’62, Tony Melito ’76 and President, John Devlin, Br.
cial assistant to the president here at Dennis Panepinto ’81 served on Bernard Couvillion, S.C
and Mrs. Elaine Ridgley
Brother Martin. the committee.
Tommy Mitchell ’79 has
been named Director of
Tassin, daughter of Art
Schellhas SA ’62, has
been hired as Database
Manager and Publications
Tommy Assistant. Yvette Tassin
(L to R) Leni Sumich II ’90, Sandy Sumich, Br. Jean, Leni Sumich,
Anita and Carl Bonura.
CGBN FALL SOCIAL
The Crimson & Gold Business Network held
their Fall Social. Rod West ’86, President and
CEO of Entergy New Orleans, was the guest
speaker. For more information about the
CGBN visit www.brothermartin.com/CGBN
“The mission of the Crimson & Gold Business
Network is to support Brother Martin High
School in the formation of young people
according to the traditions established by the
Brothers of the Sacred Heart at St. Aloysius,
Cor Jesu, or Brother Martin High Schools in
Rod West ’86, guest speaker at the regard to career development and employ-
CGBN Fall Social. ment opportunities.”
(L to R) Barry Burns ’85, Joe Gulotta ’02,
Lindsey Williams ’83 and Rob Dauterive ’84
in front of Wrigley Field.
Trip To Chicago
Wrigley Field in Chicago was the destina-
tion of the 2007 Alumni Baseball Trip.
Alumni, friends and family saw two Cubs
games, dined, shopped and toured the city.
They also watched history in the making as The crowd listens intently to Rod West’s speech at CGBN Fall Social.
Barry Bonds hit two home runs.
FOUNDERS DAY LITURGY
The Crusaders celebrated the Founding of the ty members were honored, and a stained glass of
Brothers of the Sacred Heart at a Liturgy held in the Brother Martin Hernandez was unveiled. After lunch
Conlin Gym on September 28th. The history of the students and faculty were treated to Crimson and Gold
founding of the Brothers was discussed, Alumni facul- King Cake. The Class of 2006
Standing (L to R): Greg Rando ’77, Mr. Dominick Carona ’85, Mark Wisniewski ’81, Jay Pittman ’81, Barry Hebert ’74, Carlos Bogran ’99, Michael
Cappo ’00, Jeff Lupo ’92, Nick Lagattuta ’71, Bob Masson CJ ’63, Scott Williams ’90, Joey Barnitz ’01, Peter Valiente ’79, Dr. Ray Fricken SA
’55, Jeff Elliot CJ ’66, Mark Benedetto ’77, Craig Zeller ’02, Carroll Bourlet CJ ’65, Dennis Panepinto ’81 and Br. Neal Golden CJ ’57. Middle
Row: Tommy Mitchell ’79, Randy Asprodite SA ’65, Kirk Wells ’90, Bill Gallagher ’71 and Joe Schiro SA ’66 Front Row: Paul Boquet ’01 , Ryan
Gallagher ’00, Ronald Coats ’89 , Matt Lambert ’98, Kenny Spellman ’84, Gene Carrou ’88, Scott Corrente ’83 and Tony Melito ’76.
The Brother Martin coaching
staff was honored at the 2007
Coaches’ Dinner in September.
Kenny Trahan, local high school
sports talk show host, was the
guest speaker and Athletic
Director Barry Hebert ’74
served as emcee.
Sponsors for the event were
Coca-Cola, Budweiser, Jack
Dempsey’s, Creole Creamery and
Coach Scott Thompson, Tim Napier, Emile Casadaban and Comeback Inn. Kenny Trahan addresses the Coaches’
Tommy Loehn. Dinner guests.
Young alumni return to the Mall for crispitos. (L to R) Brett Ruppel ’99, Brendon Sumich ’01, Victor Hernandez ‘03
and Zack Materne ’01 at Lucy’s
The young alumni got together for two events. The classes of 2007 In July, young alumni gathered at Lucy’s in the warehouse district
through 2003 came back to school for Crispitos Night. Alumni for a Thursday evening of fun.
were served their favorite Brother Martin Mall meal by Mrs Tina
LaBeaud and the Food Services.
The alumni wrestlers and friends honored the State Championship teams of 1982, 1987 and 2002 at their reunion held in August. Coach
Matt Lambert ’98 was introduced as the new head coach. Paul Ulfers ’86 presented a video tribute to the wrestlers. Individual state
champions Darryl Brue ’73 (1972 & ’73 State Champion), Manuel Sala SA ’46 (1945 & 46 State Champ) and Jim King SA ’45 (1945
State Champ) were recognized.
Tom Benson ’44, New Orleans Saints and VooDoo “Chief Justice Calogero has rendered extraordinary service to the
owner, was named as the recipient of the 2007 people of Louisiana during his 34 years of service as a member of
Arena Football League Founders Award. that state’s Supreme Court, including 17 years as Chief Justice,
both through his decisions and demonstrating commitment to the
The Founders Award is presented annually to the rule of law and his leadership in bringing about numerous
organization or individual that has made significant advances in the administration of justice,” said Ronald George,
contributions to the Arena Football League and its Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, chairman of the
growth. Through the founding and steadfast owner- selection committee and past winner of the award.
ship of the VooDoo as well as providing his expertise as a profes-
sional sports owner to the league, Benson has played an important Following Hurricane Katrina, Calogero showed “truly outstanding
role in the growth of the league and its increasing popularity. leadership.” Because of his quick action to temporarily relocate
Benson saw the potential of the sport and the league in 1998, when the court to Baton Rouge, it never stopped operations, thus no case
he became the first NFL Owner to agree to own and operate an backlog occurred during the recovery process.
Arena Football League team. Since then four other NFL owners
have followed his lead into ownership of AFL franchises. Calogero was elected to the Louisiana Supreme Court four times
and is currently serving his last term, which expires December 31,
Pascal Calogero Jr. ’49, chief justice of Louisiana 2008.
Supreme Court, won the Fourth Annual Dwight D.
Opperman Award for Judicial Excellence. The Upon his retirement he will hold the distinction of being the
award, presented by the American Judicature longest serving justice in the history of the Louisiana Supreme
Society, was created to honor a sitting judge of a Court.
trial or appellate court who has had a career of dis-
tinguished judicial service.
Alumni in the News
1949 such at the 2007 Big Easy Awards.
Fr. Martin Peter Otillio OP celebrated his 50-year anniversary
in the Dominican Order of priests in September. After joining the 1965
order he eventually moved to Nigeria, Africa on October 7, 1959 Randy Asprodites SA entered the “2007 Louisiana Teachers as
and has been there since. He has spent twenty-seven years in the Artists” exhibition which represents the works of Louisiana
Semi Desert, Savannah North and since 1986 he has been in the teachers from K-12 schools who were competing for the opportu-
“rain forest” in the south of Yoruba Land. Fr. Otillio is thankful nity to win $500 for their schools’ art departments. The exhibi-
for a wonderfully full Catholic education at St. Aloysius High tion is free and open to the public at the LSU Student Union Art
School with a dedicated group of Brothers of the Sacred Heart: Gallery.
Brother Martin was his principal.
1952 Clark Cosse, III, SA, Chief Governmental Officer
Don Trosclair won 19 medals, including 8 golds, in and General Counsel to the Louisiana Hospital
three District Senior Olympic Games. He will partici- Association (LHA), was recently elected Chair of
pate in the State Senior Olympics. His wife Josie won the Louisiana Patient’s Compensation Fund (PCF)
12 medals, 11 golds. She and Don are gold medalists in Oversight Board. Cossé has served on the Board
advanced shuffleboard doubles four consecutive years. since 2003.
1958 The Patient’s Compensation Fund Oversight Board has the
Captain Len Sapera, U.S. Navy (Ret.) received the William E. responsibility of managing the PCF, including establishing rates,
Billy Hudson Award for outstanding and dedicated service to the approving settlements, collecting surcharges and hiring a direc-
Athens, GA community. The award is presented by the Northeast tor.
Georgia Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Cossé has been with the LHA for 13 years. He was Secretary of
Henry Tebbe SA has been named vice president of human the Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation and served on
resources at Omni Hotels. that company’s board from 1993 to 2006. Cossé has been active in
workers’ compensation insurance and malpractice insurance leg-
1959 islation at the state legislature for nearly 30 years. Before joining
Billy Delle, CJ hosts “Records from the Crypt,” which airs every the LHA, Cossé was General Counsel and Vice-President of
Wednesday from 7 to 10 p.m. on WWOZ FM-90.7. He has accumu- Governmental Relations at the Louisiana Association of Business
lated a collection of tens of thousands of some of the coolest and Industry. He is married to the former Lisa Gaye Black of
records on the planet. Delle has been a fixture on listener-sup- Urania.
ported, volunteer-programmed WWOZ since the early 1980s. He
is an official WWOZ Guardian of the Groove, as recognized as “I am deeply humbled by the confidence placed in me by my fel-
low board members, and I pledge to do my best to continue to for the main campus in Rochester, MN. He is still an Air Force
improve the situation of the Louisiana Patient’s Compensation reservist attached to the anesthesia department at the Uniformed
Fund during these trying times,” he said, referring to recent court Services University of the Health Sciences.
challenges to the Medical Malpractice Cap, the hurricane cases
and various other potential losses facing the PCF. “If all these 1974
peripheral issues become the responsibility of the healthcare Christopher Hook recently accepted a position with ABB, Inc.
providers through the Medical Malpractice Act, the impact on Low Voltage Products in Wichita Falls, TX as Senior Design
future rates will be huge,” he said. Engineer.
1967 John “Jay” Zimmerman has been promoted to Director, Major
Ron Bribi SA a district sales manager with InPro Corp., became Industrial & National Account Sales for Entergy Services, Inc.
a construction documents technologist from the Construction located in New Orleans. In this capacity he will direct 13 Account
Specifications Institute. Managers located in the four state territory of Louisiana,
Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas
Sidney Garaudy Jr. SA is presently employed with the New
Orleans Police Department, assigned to the Juvenile Division. He 1975
will be celebrating his 20th year in the department in December Edwin Ducote retired from the NOPD on August 1 after 28 years
of 2007. His wife Cyndi works in the Juvenile Division as a cleri- of service and he is now working security at Dominican High
cal worker and they will be celebrating their 33rd wedding School.
anniversary in November.
David Marrione recently received the highest grade on the East
Johnny Vidacovich, SA performed at Bank Consolidated Fire Department promotional test for
Tipitina’s as part of Tip’s free Music Captain.
Workshop Series with master players
Astral Project. Roberto Diaz del Valle has been promoted to assis-
tant to chancellor at UNO.
Albert Ohliger CJ has been promoted as
Supervisor Engineering Services - Chevron Pipe Joe McManus has been named director of player development
Line Company. He has been a Chevron employee by Harrah’s New Orleans Hotel and Casino.
for 22 years and moved from the position of
Reliability Engineering Sr Staff Engineer. 1976
Robert Bruno’s law firm, Bruno & Bruno, spon-
Irvin West SA recently completed his 32nd year as an educator, sored the New Orleans Charity Tennis Match
coach and administrator in Livingston Parish. He is currently the between Martina Navratilova and Monica Seles. The
head track and cross-country coach at Maurepas High School in event was held to benefit the American Cancer
Maurepas, LA. Irvin also is a on the Board of Trustees, District 5 Society, NORD and New Orleans Recovery School
for the Teacher Retirement District.
System of Louisiana.
1969 David Conaway was promoted to the rank of Colonel
Glen Pilie, CJ, was named a Fellow of the Louisiana Bar in the United States Marine Corps Reserve in July. He
Foundation. is commanding officer of the Marine Forces Reserve
Environmental Services Division.
Mark A. Fullmer of Phelps Dunbar LLP has been
recognized as one of The Best Lawyers in America 1978
2008 for his work in corporate law, mergers and Thomas DeBrock has been promoted to Senior Vice
acquisitions law, securities law and venture capital President of Exploration at Energy Partners.
Joseph Montelepre has been hired as assistant vice-president
at Central Progressive Bank. 1979
Christopher Landry has been named partner at the law firm of
1971 Fontana, Seelman & Landry.
Gene Ferniz has been promoted to manager at Postlethwaite &
Netterville Accounting. Danny McGowan has coached baseball and basketball at Mike
Miley Playground for the past four years.
Philip A. Franco, a partner at Adams & Reese, was named a
Fellow of the Louisiana Bar Foundation. 1981
Michael G. Calogero has been named a fellow by the
1972 Louisiana Bar Foundation.
Eric Bloomfield is leaving the Mayo clinic in Jacksonville, FL
Rodney J. Lacoste has been named a fellow by the Louisiana 1983
Bar Foundation. John Gagliano, owner of sunglassengraving.com, is listed in
City Business as an “Innovator” for his personalized laser etch-
Barry Lemoine is the director of “Bless Ya ing on sunglass and safety lenses. John started his business with
Boys” a Shine Productions and Flour Power college logos and has now expanded to construction and oil and
Playhouse presentation of Tom Hassinger’s gas companies.
original play about the New Orleans Saints.
Performances are on Tuesdays through Robert Reso recently returned to Hilton New Orleans Riverside
October 30 at Le Chat Noir. Following two as Assistant Director of Sales. Reso is a 19-year veteran of the
sold-out weekends in St. Bernard hospitality industry, all with the Hilton Family of Hotels in New
Barry, who also performs in the show, said Orleans. He was most recently Assistant General Manager at the
he appreciates the continued support from Embassy Suites, where he also served as Director of Sales and
the St. Bernard community and looks for- Marketing. Prior to Embassy Suites, he was the Director of Sales
ward to bringing the show into New Orleans. “As a St. Bernard and Marketing for Doubletree Lakeside. Reso began his career at
company, Shine also premiers work in the parish, but the oppor- Hilton Riverside in 1988 and has held numerous management
tunity to perform at Le Chat is a great one. We’re hoping that all positions in the food and beverage department, Meetings and
of our friends and football fans will join us to celebrate the Black Conventions as well as sales. Reso has been married to Dayna
and Gold” Lemoine said. “Bless Ya Boys” is an irreverent and (Glynn) since 1990 and has three children. His son is currently a
comedic romp through the history of our beloved Saints. From member of the Brother Martin class of 2012. His two daughters
Mecom to Mora, Archie to Reggie, Ditka to Diliberto (and a whole attend St. Ann. Reso is currently the president of the Christian
lot more), the show highlights the Crescent City’s 40-year love Brothers School Alumni Association, where he also served as
affair with the Saints in a series of sketches, monologues, and Vice President of Activities. He is on the management committee
musical montages. as well as a founding member of the Crimson & Gold Business
Network. He regularly participates in the Brother Martin Career
Donald Sauviac, Jr. has opened a satellite law office in the Day and assists with the golf tournament committee.
Sulphur/Lake Charles area where he handles criminal, traffic and
DWI defense. 1984
Mike Barnes is the Athletic Director and head volleyball coach
1982 at the Academy of the Sacred Heart. Through the hard work and
Brian Mahl is part of the Gulf South Joint Replacement Center dedication of Mike and his assistants, the team has become one
at Touro Infirmary team that was recognized by City Business as on the most dominant teams in Louisiana. The team has won
an “Innovator” in hip, knee and shoulder replacement surgeries. their 13th State Championship and has appeared in 16 State
Finals. The top players have competed for and attained volleyball
Paul Pechon has joined the audit department at scholarships to colleges and universities all over the United
Bourgeois Bennett as an audit manager. States.
Gene Sausse has been named director of sales for SDT Waste &
Chris Spellman was production designer on the films 1985
“Superbad” and “Knocked Up”. His next project will be a short Michael Jones is a Professor of Strategy and Policy for the
film “Red Leaves”. The film will be shot in New Orleans and film Naval War College, teaching in Monterey, CA.
producer Vince Jolivette credits Chris with pushing to bring the
production to New Orleans. 1986
Richard Hammond has been named Assistant General Counsel
J. Lee Stall (left), CCM General Manager of of Employment Litigation for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. at its corpo-
the New Orleans Lawn Tennis Club in New rate headquarters in northwest Arkansas. He previously prac-
Orleans, LA has been named Club Manager of ticed labor and employment law for ten years at the Kullman
the Year by the Southern Section of the United Firm, a New Orleans-based firm and headed the firm’s office in
States Professional Tennis Association. This Jackson, Mississippi.
award is given to club managers who have
shown dedication to the USPTA and its members’ and who hire Jerry Murkowski was recently promoted to Area Sales Manager
USPTA Professionals and encourage and support their continu- for Toyota Financial Services handling dealerships in Louisiana
ing education. Stall received his award at a luncheon and awards and Mississippi.
ceremony held at the North River Yacht Club in Tuscaloosa, AL.
Stall has also qualified for membership in the Honor Society of Steven Toups was elected treasurer of the Northshore chapter
the Club Managers Association of America (CMAA). He was of the Society of Louisiana CPAs.
approved by the Certification Committee of CMAA after earning
400 continuing education credits beyond the total he earned at 1988
the time of certification. He joins a very select group of club man- Anthony Dominici, executive producer of
agers worldwide who have attained this hallmark of profession- America’s Next Top Model”, has sealed an overall
alism. Stall earned his CCM designation as a result of fulfilling development deal with Fox TV Studios. Under the
specific requirements in club management experience, education pact – the rising reality wrangler’s first — Dominici
and association activity. Since certification, he has earned a total will create, develop and produce shows for the stu-
of 400 credits in those areas to qualify for membership in the soci- dio.
ety, which represents only 6% of CMAA’s membership.
The za 2007 will be held on Saturday,
December 1, 2007 at the Hilton Ne e Patron Party will be from
In conjunction with the auction,
of a cruise to Hawaii or the Cari
Super Bowl, Final Four, Kentucky Derby, or the Pro Bowl Game, Italy, or London and Paris,
this are currently on
There will also be a raffle that will include
per person for the Patron Party and
This year the funds raised will help in the pl
Brother Martin High School
Celebration of the Crest 2007
Crusader Dream Vacation Raffle
December 1, 2007
Winner must contact Tommy Mitchell at 284-6700 before December 15, 2007 with their choice of one of the following:
Carnival Cruise Line Trip for 2 to the NFL Pro Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii
Carnival Fantasy 4 nights Caribbean Cruise February 9-12 2008,
from New Orleans for 12.
Main Sponsor: 4 nights at the Hilton Hawaiian Village,
Lei Greeting, Compact Car, and Sideline Tickets.
Trip for 2 to the 2008 Super Bowl Spectacular
Canyon Ranch Spa
in Glendale, AZ
Tucson, Arizona February 1-4 2008
4 nights Deluxe Accommodations for 2
Hampton Inn Phoenix/Scottsdale Accommodations, End Zone
Tickets, Game day program, 3-day Compact car
7 nights from Miami for 4. Balcony Stateroom Trip for 2 to the 2008 Masters in Augusta, Georgia
All meals and Gratuities included April 10-13 2008
2 nights Ramada on Washington Rd., transfers, badges for both
days, and Hospitality tent w/food and beverages
Sandals Bahamas Resort, Nassau
(All Inclusive) Trip for 2 to the 2008 Kentucky Derby
Ocean-view Deluxe Room for 2 May 2-4
Holiday Inn Hotel, First Floor Grandstand Tickets, Derby Day
transfer, and Continental Breakfast Saturday and Sunday
London and Paris for 2
7 days, Moderate First Class Hotel,
Trip for 2—2008 NCAA Final 4 San Antonio, TX
April 4-8, Sheraton Gunter Hotel
Sightseeing in London and Paris, 3 breakfasts
Tickets to both Semi-final and Championship games,
Daily Breakfast and Compact car included
Italian Treasures Norwegian Cruise line of Hawaii
11 days for 2, First Class Hotel, 9 Breakfasts 7-Night Cruise for 2
and 4 Dinners, English Speaking Guide Balcony Stateroom, All meals included
All trips include airfare. Each cruise includes port charges, taxes, meals, on-board activities, and roundtrip airfare from New
Orleans. The winner will be responsible for gratuities and any shore excursions they choose to purchase and all incidental
cabin charges. Sandals resort vacation will include accommodations for 5 nights, all taxes, roundtrip airfare from New Orleans.
The only way you can have an opportunity to win one of these fun-filled vacations is by purchasing a raffle ticket. The cost of
the raffle ticket is $50.00 per ticket. All proceeds will be used to help provide furnishings for the new Chapel, which is in the
planning stages. Please help make this raffle a success by purchasing one or more raffle tickets and by informing your friends,
neighbors and relatives of this wonderful endeavor.
For your convenience, if you would like to purchase your tickets by mail at $50.00 each, please fill out the form below and
return with your check made payable to Brother Martin High School and mail to Tommy Mitchell at Brother Martin High School,
4401 Elysian Fields Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70122. Your raffle tickets will be returned to you by mail.
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Tristan Manthey has been named fellow of the Louisiana Bar Matt began a residency in anesthesiology at Emory University
Foundation School of Medicine in Atlanta.
Keith Huber is the equipment manager for the Beacon of Hope Shawn C. Potter has accepted the position of Associate Director
Resource Center. His team was recognized by City Business as an of Institutional Research at Tulane University.
“Innovator” for providing a central location in neighborhoods for
residents to receive information and help with rebuilding. 1997
Paul Baur has been named Broward County Boys
Scott Masson is an insurance agent with Alvarez-Donnaway- Track Coach of the Year by the Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Passons, Inc. Paul has just completed his 3rd year at Westminster
Academy in Ft. Lauderdale where he teaches and is
Doug Ruckman has been named vice-president, membership, for Head Coach for the Boys and Girls Cross Country and
the New Orleans area chapter of the American Society of Plumbing Track teams. In three years his teams have compiled
Engineers. a 124-21 record.
1990 Gregory Ferrara, who for the past three years has
Ken Brooks has been hired as director of operations at Louisiana worked as Director of Government Affairs for the
Oil Field Divers. National Grocers Association in Arlington, VA, has
accepted the position of Corporate Project Manager
Bryan Gallo has been named administrative secretary for the New for Associated Grocers in Baton Rouge. He and his
Orleans area chapter of the American Society of Plumbing wife Nicole Palko will reside in Baton Rouge.
Brian Volante and his wife, Ashley, live in Houston where Brian is
1991 a Supervisor in Applications Development for Reynolds &
JP Montreuil has just recently returned from Iraq and is presently Reynolds.
starting the Army’s Physician Assistant School in San Antonio, TX.
Jim Quackenbos has been named the President of Cajun Gabriel Paul Janusa received his MBA from UNO in May 2007.
Maritime. He and his wife, Erin, live in Abbeville, LA and have two His was graduated magna cum laude.
daughters, Emory and Carlisle.
Philip Walther received his Master of Education degree in Special Floyd A. Buras III graduated from the Minneapolis Police
Education from U.N.O. Mr. Walther is the Head of the English Academy. He graduated in the top five of his class and now works
Department at South Terrebonne High School, where he is a for the Minneapolis Police Department in Minnesota.
Gifted/Talented English teacher and Head Coach of the Varsity
Volleyball team. 2000
Patrick Cresson has been named manager of ENT, audiology,
1993 speech pathology, colon-rectal surgery and urology for Ochsner
Chadwick K. Landry received the American Cancer Society Spirit Health Systems.
Thomas Govan graduated from The University of Alabama School
Brent LeBlanc is the Golf Course Superintendent at Koasati Pines of Law in the spring of 2007. During his third year of school,
at Coushatta outside of Lafayette, LA. Thomas served as Chairman of the John A. Campbell Moot Court
Board and was a member of The University of Alabama’s National
Gregory Toups works for a publicly traded company as the cor- Moot Court team.
porate controller. He resides in Katy, TX, with his wife Kristen and
their sons Andrew and Casey. Jeffrey Savois has been appointed as a Financial
Advisor / Financial Services Representative / Registered
1995 Representative with the MetLife Financial Services
Nick Castjohn, of Castjohn Home Construction and Renovate, sales office at 3838 N. Causeway Blvd, Suite 3400,
Inc., LLC, is secretary of the board of directors of the Home Metairie, LA.
Builders Association of Greater New Orleans and served as chair-
man of the 2007 Parade of Homes. Nick is a certified graduate 2001
remodeler by the National Association of Home Builders. He is Sean Clancy (left) works for the
one of only four “certified aging-in-place specialists” in the Greater Atlanta Braves in Marketing and
New Orleans area in which homes can be remodeled so that the Promotions with the B.A.T team
homeowners can remain in their homes safely, independently and (Braves Around Town). They work
comfortably as they age. mainly outside events (i.e. conven-
tions, college tours, grand open-
Matthew E. Patterson (right) graduated in ings and radio/tv promotions affili-
May from the Tulane University School of ated with the organization). Their
Medicine. He received the Hymen S. Mayerson goal is to increase the marketing
Award for outstanding achievement in physiolo- reach and our fan base outside metro Atlanta.
gy research and was inducted in to the Gold
Humanism in Medicine Honor Society. In July,
Ryan Quick graduated from LSU in Dec. 2005. He Derek Plucienski won the Gulf States PGA Junior Tour
has been working as production coordinator and Championship Event at TPC of Louisiana. He shot a four-under-
camera operator for Event Producers, Inc. located in par 212 to win the Gulf Stats PGA Junior Tour Championship at
Elmwood the TPC of Louisiana in New Orleans.
“It was a great ending to a great junior career,” Plucienski said of
2003 his accomplishment, which ended the summer with five victories
Mitchell Briant received a Bachelors Degree in Sociology and for him on the junior tour in the state of Louisiana.
Anthropology from Ohio Wesleyan University in May. He is cur-
rently working as a service coordinator at Youth Advocate The Southern Miss signee shot two rounds of 70 and one round of
Services in Columbus Ohio and is getting married in June. 72 over the 54-hole event to capture a five-stroke victory, as he
was also the lone player to shoot under par for the tournament.
T.J. Loehn, a senior on the Millsaps football team, is the leading Deuce Martin has received an athletic scholarship to play bas-
tackler on the kickoff team, as the “wedge buster”. He is one of the ketball at Chicago State University where he will major in
permanent team captains and has started every game since he was Finance.
a freshman. T.J. also plays long snapper and has never had a bad
snap on a punt, field goal or extra point.
Blake Quick is in his forth year at the University of Southern
Mississippi studying Music and Production Industry. He and fel- Adam Ducoing ‘06, Andrew Larkin ‘06, Cullen Glennon ‘07
low classmates K.C. O’Rorke, Russell Olschner, and Bryan and Jason deLeaumont ‘07 participated in this year’s LA U-19
Santos and others enjoy playing music around the New Orleans All Star rugby program. Ducoing and Glennon were both invited
and Hattiesburg area as Flow Tribe. to the US Eagle camp because of their performances. Corey
Albert captained the La U-17 team which finished 3rd and he was
2005 invited to the US U-17 Eagle camp.
D.J. Augustin, University of Texas sophomore point guard, has
been named the Big 12 Preseason Player of the Year. Players hon- The Louisiana select side defeated Wisconsin 33-10 to successfully
ored in preseason voting were selected by the league’s head defend its U-19 championship at the Rocky Mountain Challenge,
coaches. D.J. earned Honorable Mention All-America accolades America’s Premier U-19/U-17 Rugby Tournament. Larkin and
by The Associated Press and was a consensus Freshman All- Ducoing are part of the 22nd ranked LSU rugby team.
American last season. A NABC All-District 9 first team and
USBWA All-District VII choice, he led the Big 12 Conference and
ranked fourth nationally in assists. D.J., a four-time Phillips 66 Big
ALUMNI COACHING DADS
12 Rookie of the Week selection last year, led the team in three- Lakeview’s 8 year
point field goal percentage and ranked second in free throw per- old all star team
centage, steals and minutes played and third in scoring. He posted with their alumni
a 2.03 assist-to-turnover ratio, the fifth-best single-season mark in dads — Patrick and
school history. Steve Spiers ‘84,
John and Glenn
2007 Bagert ‘82, Andre
Davide Brown competed in the high jump competition at the and Al Roevens
AAU Junior Olympics in Knoxville, TN. He qualified for the event ‘81, Reid and Jason
by placing 1st at the Governor’s Games held in Baton Rouge and Kern ‘86, Cal and Paul Palermo ‘81, Matthew and John
at the regional meet in New Orleans. Beninate ‘77. Also, Steve, Glenn, and Jason were the coach-
es. The team placed 3rd at state in their division.
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Eric Bloomfield to Heidi Chua
1930 Henry Seruntine SA
Lewis Ramel 1958
Matthew Molaison to Alicia Vial
1937 Edwin A. Blais SA
Ralph Schaefer III to Amanda Gail Lanning
Henry P. Sabrio III 1959
1940 Karl Embacher, Jr, SA
David M. Liuzza, Jr to Stacy R. Galan.
Donald Fullmer 1963
1942 Joseph W. Hollier, III, SA
Ryan Burlett to Julie Cacamo
Henry Cabirac Ibra Folse, SA
Raymond Gonzales Bertrand J. Maylin, II, SA
Mark Baur to Jennifer Lynne Pellegrin
Vernon M. Long 1964
Lee Voelkel to Erin Moore
1943 Joseph A. Murphy, CJ
George A. Russo 1967
Ronald Rodriguez III to Kerri Jones
1945 Frederick Schmitt, SA
David Tucker to Dana Marie Schiffman
Roy Hock Robert Artigues, CJ
Paul Cotaya to Linzy Roussel
John J. Taylor Merrill L. Short SA
Ryan Quick to Kristy Lee Smith
William Manning Raymond A. Marshall SA
Hugh (Pat) Rooney 1970
Edward H Calongne
1985 1956 Juan Price
Olivia Vianne and Keira Dianne to Stephanie Richard H. Holland 1977
and Michael Jones Joseph Mustachia Vernon “Cobe” Parker, Jr.
Diana Grace to Pamela and Jeff Reid
Isabella Faith to Tanya and Robert Blake
Roman Alexander to Alicia and Jerry Murkowski Send your alumni news to
Catherine Marie to Marie and Cary Boquet Jr.
Emily Elizabeth to Amy and Dwayne Dufrechou Check us out…
Kyle Joseph to Melissa and Kevin Boquet
Eleanor Marie “Ellie” to Kim and Tim Black
Kalei Elise Masson to Danielle and Scott Masson
Brooke Marie to Jodie and Damian Burlett
Donovan Patrick to Sabrina and Sean Patrick Esker The following classes are celebrating reunions this school year. If
Jacob Michael to Amy Allerton and Michael Christian Janusa you are interested in assisting with your reunion or would like
Samuel Frank to Toni and Stephen Cassreino more information concerning your reunion, please contact Kenny
1993 Spellman ’84 in the Alumni Office at (504)284-6700 or
Helen Marie to Kristen and Stewart Morlier email@example.com.
Casey Patrick to Kristen and Gregory Toups 2003 5-Year May 30
Rachel Marie to Rebecca and Daniel Roth 1998 10-Year April 12
1994 1993 15-Year March 8
Aidan Patrick to Kathy and Donald P. McKoin III 1988 20-Year June 21
1995 1983 25-Year March 29
Graydon Stone to Lindsay and Clay Colvin 1978 30-Year April 12
Tagg and Taytem to Courtnie and Robbie Lanusse 1973 35-Year March 29
Dominic Alan to Brandy and Alan Thriffiley Jr 1968 SA 40-Year May 24
1997 1968 CJ 40-Year TBA
Olivia Christine to Julie and Tomas Nally 1963 SA 45-Year June 14
Angelo David to Ashley and Brian Volante 1963 CJ 45-Year TBA
2000 1958 SA 50-Year May 10
Benjamin Charles to Stacey and Chris Zeringue 1958 CJ 50-Year TBA
Lucy Catherine to Rebecca and Carl Zornes, Jr. Plus 50 June 7
Darin Michael to Mandy Perry and Darin Yuratich Any Plus 50 Class wishing to have an individual class reunion,
please contact the Alumni Office.
Atlanta Chapter Lafayette Chapter
Lee Killian ’87 and Thad Slaton ’87 and Gary Froeba ’71 The Lafayette Chapter is discussing possibilities for an event in
are helping plan an event in the spring along with Ernie Buday the near future. If you have any suggestions, please contact the
’90. Alumni Office
Austin Chapter Northeast Chapter
Hank Tebbe ’84 and Byron Burch ’84 are planning an event in (NY, NJ, CT, DE and east PA)
the spring. The Northeast Chapter plans to have another event in the spring.
Baton Rouge Chapter If you are interested in planning the event or attending, please
The second Baton Rouge Chapter contact the Alumni Office.
Social was held in August at The Northshore Chapter
Side Porch at Mike Anderson’s. The second Northshore Chapter Social was held Thursday,
Over 80 alumni attended and October 18th at The Vineyards in Covington.
school personnel were on hand to Event sponsors were:
update the group. Advantage Business Brokers Steven Toups ’86
Br. Jean and Baton Rouge
Alumni enjoy the chapter social. Pappalardo Insurance, Al Pappalardo ’84, 2020 N. Causeway
Suite 1A, Mandeville, La. 70471 - 674-2695
Birmingham Chapter OneSource Professional Search, Dave Mount ’78 “Where
A survey has been sent out and Marcel Debruge ’83 is taking the Talent Meets Opportunity”, www.onesourcepro.com
lead to plan an event. BJ Barbre’ ’00 and Brett Jovanovich ’94 Petroleum/Civil/Mechanical Engineering 985-727-2060
are assisting. Tuscan Stone Imports, Tom Roddy ’87
Charlotte Chapter Schindler Spring, Mark Schindler ’76 & Dave Gaiennie ’76.
The Charlotte Chapter has held two socials and attended the
Saints/Panthers game in 2006. Andrew Sumich ’93 is our
Triangle (NC) Chapter
The Triangle Chapter held its first
social on September 17 at Yancy’s
Chicago Chapter in Raleigh. Brother Martin
The Chicago Chapter Social President John Devlin attended
held their first social on July and updated the group on campus
21, at 200 East on Chestnut in news and alumni events. Mark
the Seneca Hotel in downtown Falgout ’79 is leading this chapter.
San Antonio Chapter
The chapter kick-off event was held
Dallas Chapter in August at Rudy’s BBQ in Leon
Michael Villa ’96 is planning an event for the spring. If you
Springs, outside of San Antonio. Norm
would like to help organize the event, please contact the Alumni
Glindmeyer ’76 leads this chapter and is
planning the next event.
Charles Criscione ’91
The second chapter event was held in September as members
attended a Colorado Rockies game. Dennis Panepinto ’81
updated the group after at Gumbo’s in downtown Denver. Sean South Carolina Chapter
Hollis ’91 is our chapter leader. Joey Broussard ’84 is helping coordinate an event in the spring.
Gulf Coast Chapter Southern California Chapter
The first event, a dinner party at Allegra and Chris Spellman ’82 hosted
the home of Louise and Brent the first chapter event in Southern
Videau ’79 in Pensacola, was held California in August. Alumni from San
in June. Those in attendance Diego to Los Angeles attended the event.
enjoyed good food and good com-
pany, and were updated on school
news by Development Director James Buisson CJ
’65, Chris Holmes ’86
Tommy Mitchell ’79. and Janis Buisson
Chapter members attended the Brother Martin/Long Beach High
School football game on October 12th. Tampa/St. Petersburg Chapter
Houston Chapter The first chapter event was held this past spring and Harry
The Houston Chapter is planning a Saints weekend in November. Schneider ’73 and the group are planning another event.
The group is planning a social on Saturday followed by the group
Washington DC Chapter
attending the Saints/Texans game on Sunday. If you are interest-
Larry Bouterie ’70 is chapter president and is planning the next
ed, please contact the Alumni Office. Also, the microscopes pur-
event. If you have any suggestions on future events, please con-
chased with the generous gift of the Houston Chapter are in place
tact the Alumni Office.
in the Meyer Building. (see page 3)
An Historic Day
This is the next installment in the
series of articles by Br. Neal Golden ’57 CJ
December 7, 1941 – “a day that will live in infamy” (FDR). ended by senior Steve Treuting’s five-yard TD run late in the
December 10, 1971, almost exactly thirty years after Pearl Harbor game for a 6-0 win. Chalmette fell 20-0 to set the stage for the
– a day that will live forever in Crusader athletic annals. On that thriller against Holy Cross. Junior QB Joe Mattingly hit senior
Friday, Brother Martin became the first school in Louisiana prep Andre Allen with a 28-yard TD pass with just 48 seconds left in the
history to win two state championships on the same day. contest. Junior Darryl Brue calmly added the winning point, 7-6.
Victories over Redemptorist (12-7) and Shaw (19-0) set the stage
for the district showdown with the Purple Knights. Senior co-cap-
tains Ken Bordelon and Don Angle led Chubby Marks’ stifling
defense as the game remained scoreless deep into the last period.
Treuting returned a punt 27 yards and three plays later scored to
propel the Crusaders to a 7-0 triumph and Martin’s first district
In the first playoff game, Conlin’s crew prevailed by the same 7-0
margin over Kennedy. A trip to South Terrebonne the next week
1971 CROSS COUNTRY STATE CHAMPIONS produced a 14-0 victory and a semifinal berth against Neville of
That afternoon Jack Schommer’s Cross Country team, fresh off Monroe. Fortunately, the bracket called for Martin to host the
its third straight City Championship, won the state meet at LSU. game, which was played at East Jefferson Stadium because St. Aug
Junior Jim Roche finished second in a photo finish with a time of played at Gormley that night.
10:51:00. Another junior, Phil Jones, placed sixth, senior Donnie
Murphy 16th, junior Tom Dumas 36th, and senior Ron The ‘Saders led 7-0 when the Tigers got the ball for one last drive.
Olavarrieta 71st. The team tally showed Martin with 73, Sulphur Neville had not come close to scoring. However, a pass over the mid-
81, and West Monroe 98. The state title was the three-year-old dle to the tight end turned into a shocking TD with 0:54 left when the
school’s first after sixth and eighth place finishes. Roche said after- Martin safety slipped down on the slick field. Having no kicker,
wards, “We knew that we had a good chance when we entered the Neville went for two. Senior LB Pete Farnet knocked the Tiger QB
meet; all we had to do was run like we normally do.” Jones added out of bounds just short of the pylon to preserve the victory.
that he “felt that we accomplished the goal we always wanted to
achieve.” The team proudly displayed the trophy at Tad Gormley 25,000 filled the horseshoe in City Park for the rematch with the
Stadium that night. Big Purple. The game wasn’t as close as the regular season finale.
Senior end Steve Mallerich set the tone on the first series by
Bob Conlin’s second gridiron aggregation reached the AAAA state sacking QB Keith Pete. Later in the period, Farnet picked off a
championship against St. Augustine with 13-1 record. The season Pete aerial to set up a Treuting TD plunge for a 7-0 lead. Brue
turned after a 16-0 loss to Jesuit in the second game. Conlin decid- kicked a 32-yard field goal on the last play of the half.
ed to scrap the wing T for the wishbone offense perfected by his The second half belonged to the Crimson and Gold as well.
coaching idol, “Bear” Bryant of Alabama. The new formation paid Blindsided by Bordelon as he threw, Pete saw another pass picked
dividends immediately in a 25-6 win over Abramson and 27-7 off, this time by Brue. Seven plays later Treuting scored again for
trouncing of Rummel. A defensive battle with De La Salle was a 17-0 lead. Junior Marc Robert recovered a fumble at the Knight
11 which set up a Mattingly four-yard run to complete the eighth
shutout of the season, 23-0.
After being carried off the field on the players’ shoulders, Conlin
summarized the season this way: “After that loss to Jesuit, every
game was a must. We had to take it to our opponents and we did.”
The Alumni Office is collecting items for our
Alumni Archives. Any items you may have from St.
Aloysius, Cor Jesu or Brother Martin that you
would like to donate, would be greatly appreciated.
For more information, please contact
Kenny Spellman ’84, Alumni Director, at
1971 FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONS
CRUSADER FOOTBALL CRUSADER
The Crusader football team was on a roll
heading into District play. They opened CROSS-COUNTRY
District with a 42-0 victory over Chalmette
(see page 2) to extend a three-game win- The Crusader cross-country team ranked
ning streak and run their record to 4-2. in the top 10 of the South Region through
mid-October. The harriers were victorious
Dalton Hilliard ’09 was named WWL’s in five of the seven meets they ran in, plac-
Prep Player of the Week for his perform- ing second in the other two meets. The
ance in the game against Bonnabel, where two meets they placed second in were
the Crusaders were victorious 14-12. Ryan regional meets featuring teams from
Roubion ’08 was named WWL’s Prep across the southeast. The Crusaders are
The Crusader defense shifts for play
Player of the Week for his performance lead by Will Kirkikis ’08, Matt Pieri ’09,
against Denham Springs. He helped his Scott Richardson ’09, Casey Keiser ’08,
team defeat the Yellow Jackets 33 -14. Colin Cisco ’08, Martin Aucoin ’09,
Recognized earlier this season in Week #1 Daniel Richard ’08 and Kenneth
as WGNO’s Friday Scholar/Athlete, Ryan Schiffman ’08. The State Meet is
continues to accrue accolades in the class- November 13th in Natchitoches.
room, where he is an honor’s student, and
on the football field.
Running back Dalton Hilliard ’09 rounds the
42 cadets, Major Amick, Chief Necaise,
and Mr. Lemmon visited the USS Alabama
memorial in Mobile, Alabama. Cadets’
reveille was at 0600 followed by uniform
inspection and a great meal at “Fire
Mountain.” The group then proceeded to
the naval air museum, Pensacola, NAS for
tours, motion simulator, and the movie
“fighter pilot” at the IMAX.
CRUSADER DISCOVERY NIGHT Soccer Schedule 2007-2008
Nov. 10 @ Fontainbleau TBA
Nov. 14 St. Paul’s 6:30pm
Nov. 17 Catholic High 1:30 pm
Nov. 23-24 Sacred Heart
Nov. 28 TBA
Dec. 1 @Vandebilt 10:30 am
Dec. 5 @Shaw 4:00 pm
Dec. 8 Dutchtown 1:00 pm
Dec. 15 Jesuit 1:30 pm
Dec. 15 East Ascension 12 noon
Dec. 19 St. Martin’s 4:00 pm
Dec. 28-29 Tournament-St. Paul’s
Jan. 5 @ Rummel 1:30 pm
The Crazy Crusader greets perspective students Jan. 9 Chalmette 3:30 pm
Over 600 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th including Academics, Extracurricular, Jan. 12 Shaw 12 noon
graders visited campus for Crusader Athletics, Spirit, Food Service, and more! Jan. 16 @Jesuit TBA
Jan. 19 Grace King 1:00 pm
Discovery Night. They were given tours The night was sponsored by the
Jan. 23 Rummel 3:30 pm
in which they had the opportunity to dis- Admissions Office.
Jan. 26 @Chalmette TBA
cover many areas of Crusaders life
New Faculty Stay In Touch! 2007-08
Members It’s easy to stay in touch with your alumni
office. We are as close as the nearest phone, Alex Heath ’07, President
fax, computer or mail box. We want to hear James Catalano ’07, Vice-President
Ian O’Cain ’07, Treasurer
Martin Aucoin ’08,
ADDRESS: Alumni Association
4401 Elysian Fields Ave., Matt Pieri ’08, Recording Secretary
New Orleans, LA 70122 Daniel Jones ’07,
PHONE: (504) 284-6700 Technology Coordinator
FAX: (504) 284-5888 Matt Chiantella ’07,
E-MAIL: Kenny Spellman ’84, Executive Board Member
firstname.lastname@example.org Senior Class Officers
Faculty members from left to right — Joe Parker Passman, President
WEB SITE: www.brothermartin.com
Schiro, SA ’66, Carlos Borgran III ’99, Representatives: Mark Culotta,
John Frosch ’03, Gabriel Rogers, Michael Century II is the official publication of the
Senna, Joneil Galey, Joey Barnitz ’02, Brothers of the Sacred Heart Alumni Wyatt Esteves, Bryan Faucheaux,
Cherie Tregre, Ed Merritt. Not Pictured: Association of New Orleans. It is published Travis LeBlanc
Jennifer Cole, Paul Boquet ’01, Paul for alumni of St. Aloysius, Cor Jesu, and
Casadaban ’98 Brother Martin High School, friends and Junior Class Officers
benefactors. Christopher Smith, President
Representatives: Matt Armato,
Joey Fontana, John Fournier,
Ladies of the Shield Sean Van Court
Sophomore Class Officers
Upcoming Events for 2007: Open House - November 8, Holiday Adam Griego, President
Home Tour - December 9, Lenten Retreat - March 2008 Representatives: Sean McMullen,
Membership in Ladies of the Shield is open to all alumni wives Logan Samuel, Surgene Troost
and mothers. We invite you to join this organization. Our mission
is to establish scholarships in honor of our husbands and sons
and to support Brother Martin High School and the Brothers of
the Sacred Heart and their lay colleagues through our continued
involvement in the Brother Martin community. BROTHER MARTIN HIGH SCHOOL
We have formulated two membership levels - Lifetime and
VARSITY CRUSADER BASKETBALL
Annual. Dues for Lifetime Membership are a one time payment
Date Opponent Site Time
of $100. Annual membership dues are $25.
Sat., Nov. 24 Shaw (Scrimmage) Shaw TBA
Please call (504) 284-6700 or visit www.brothermartin.com Tues., Sat.,
Nov. 27–Dec. 1 CYO Tournament Brother Martin TBA
for membership information or to volunteer for these events. Tues., Dec. 4 West Jefferson Brother Martin TBA
Wed. – Sun. ,
Dec. 5 – Dec. 9 Newman Tournament Newman TBA
Tues., Dec. 11 Salmen Brother Martin 6:00 p.m.
BROTHER MARTIN WRESTLING Fri., Dec. 14 Northshore Brother Martin 6:00 p.m.
VARSITY 2007-08 SCHEDULE Wed. – Sat.,
Dec. 19 –Dec. 22 Country Day
Nov 3 Takedown Tournament Rummel All Day Saturday Tournament Country Day TBA
Nov 10 Mandeville Open Mandeville All Day Saturday Thurs.–Sat.,
Nov 10 Warrior Open / B-Team St. Michael All Day Saturday Dec. 27–Dec. 29 St. Pius X Tournament St. Piux X – Atlanta TBA
Nov 17 Bulldog Open Fontainbleau All Day Saturday Wed., Jan. 2 Catholic High Brother Martin 6:00 p.m.
Fri., Jan. 4 Warren Easton Warren Easton 6:00 p.m.
Nov 23 & 24 Cashio Schreiver Jesuit All Day Saturday Tues., Jan. 8 East St. John East St. John 6:00 p.m.
Nov./Dec. 30 & 1 Black Horse Invitational Memphis, TN. All Day Fri. & Sat. Fri., Jan. 11 Bonnabel Bonnabel 6:00 p.m.
Nov./Dec. 30 & 1 Trygg Invitational Grace King All Day Fri. & Sat. **DISTRICT GAMES**
Nov./Dec. 30 & 1 Catholic Invitational Catholic All Day Fri. & Sat. Tues., Jan. 15 Jesuit** Brother Martin 6:00 p.m.
Dec 8 Panther Duals Northshore All Day Saturday Fri., Jan. 18 Rummel** Brother Martin 6:00 p.m.
Dec 12 Chalmette @ BM Dual BM 6:00 pm Wednesday Tues., Jan. 22 St. Augustine** St. Augustine 6:00 p.m.
Dec 14 & 15 Redemptorist Invitational Baton Rouge, LA All Day Fri. & Sat.
Fri., Jan. 25 TBA TBA TBA
Dec 14 & 15 Sam Sara Duals/Rummel Metairie, LA All Day Fri. & Sat.
Dec 22 John Ehret Invitational Marrero, LA All Day Saturday Tues., Jan. 29 Chalmette** Brother Martin 6:00 p.m.
Dec 28 & 29 Trey Culotta Invitational BM All Day Fri. & Sat. Fri., Feb. 1 Jesuit** Jesuit 6:00 p.m.
Jan 4 & 5 Lone Star Duals Dallas, TX. All Day Fri. & Sat. Mon., Feb. 4 Rummel** Rummel 6:00 p.m.
Fri., Feb. 8 St. Augustine** Brother Martin 6:00 p.m.
Jan 5 Brother Melchoir Duals Holy Cross All Day Saturday
Fri., Feb. 15 Chalmette** Chalmette 6:00 p.m.
Jan 9 BM @ Rummel Dual Rummel 6:00 pm Wednesday
Jan 11 & 12 Lee High Invitational Baton Rouge, LA. All Day Fri. & Sat. Fri. Feb. 22 B. District Playoffs
Jan 16 Jesuit @ BM Dual BM 6:00 pm Wednesday Tues., Feb. 26 Regional Playoffs
Jan 18 & 19 Ken Cole Invitational Comeaux, Lafayette All Day Fri. & Sat. Fri., Feb. 29 Quarter Final Playoffs
Mon – Sat,
Jan 26 District 10-5A Rummel All Day Saturday
Mar. 3 – Mar. 8 Top 28
Jan 30 BM @ Catholic Baton Rouge 6:00 pm Wednesday All Junior Varsity games begin at 6:00 p.m. – Varsity follows
Feb 8 & 9 State Tournament Kenner, LA All Day Fri. & Sat. **Denotes District Game 9th Grade – 4:15 p.m. J.V. – 6:00 p.m. Varsity 7:00 p.m.
2007-08 BROTHER MARTIN COLLEGE DAY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS’
Academic scholarships at Brother Martin are administered by
the Scholarship Committee under the direction of the Office of
Admissions. Incoming eighth graders or current and incoming
ninth graders are eligible for scholarships. These are renewable
for an additional 3 or 4 years depending upon the recipient’s
year of entrance.
Jared M. Allen Gary A. Lawrence
St. Pius X Kehoe-France
James D. Antin Kyle W. Mayes
Sacred Heart of Jesus/Norco Visitation of Our Lady
Travis B. Avery John T. Mudge
College Day 2007
Calvary Baptist Our Lady of Perpetual
Kevin E. Branley Help/Belle Chasse Colleges from around the country descended on the Conlin
St. Ann Jace J. Owens, Jr. Gym for Brother Martin College Day in October. Nearly 100
Benjamin J. Cartner Salem Lutheran School schools were represented for our students to look at and ask
Christ the King David A. Paternostro questions of their representatives.
Donald M. Davis BMHS/Christian Brothers
Christian Brothers Brian J. Pellerin
Emmanuel J. Detiege St. Philip Neri
Rice Middle School/Texas John M. Ridley
John M. Domingo BMHS/St. Dominic
St. Angela Merici Brett J. Storms
Amando E. Dominick St. Clement of Rome
Victory Christian Academy McHenry D. Taylor
Benjamin W. Greenberg Christian Brothers
St. Dominic Shrishiv A. Timbalia
Robert M. Kitchen III Arden Cahill Academy
St. Ann Patrick O. Weilbaecher
Yukihiro R. Kurusu Christian Brothers
St. Clement of Rome
Six of the 22 academic scholars are sons of alumni. They are
Jared and Michael Allen ’85, Kevin and Edward Branley
’76, Emmanuel and Jacques Detiege ’84, Robert III and
Robert Kitchen ’81, David and Anthony Paternostro ’75
and John and Matt Ridley ’77.
LAW STUDIES FIELD TRIP
In September students
enrolled in the newly estab-
lished Law Studies elective
joined student members of
the Mock Trial organization
on a class field trip to U.S.
District Court for the
Eastern District of
Louisiana. Judge Kurt D.
Engelhardt ’78 invited the
students to observe court proceedings. The students witnessed
three cases on the court’s docket including an admission ceremony
for attorneys who were admitted to practice in U.S. District Court
for the Eastern District of Louisiana. After court was adjourned,
Judge Engelhardt invited the students to ask the prosecutor and
the defense attorney questions about their cases and their differing
roles as attorneys. Judge Engelhardt then took the students on a
L to R — Robert III and Mrs. Robert Kitchen, Kevin and Edward
Branley ’76, Anthony Paternostro ’75, John and Matt Ridley ’77 tour of his courtroom, jury room, chambers, and ended the tour in
and Emmanuel Detiege, son of Jacques Detiege ’84 his private conference room where he answered questions that the
students had for him.
Membership in the Society of 18 is o ered to all those who share this
869 ered to share this THE
commitment Brother Martin
commitment,, who endorse Brot Martin High School’s mission, an nd
who,, like those Brothers in 186 and those who followed, a rm that
who like Brothers 1869 69 followed, that
commitment by planned gift
commitment by means of a planned gift..
To become eligible for Society membership, an individual simplly
To become for Society membership,
informs the schooll iin writing that Brother M tin Hi h Schooll has
iinforms h h i i that Brother Mar i High School ha
h h Martin h has Nov. 17-18 Houston Chapter Saints Weekend
esta plans. The
been included in his or her e te plans. The school also require requires
es Dec. 1 Celebration of the Crest: Extravaganza
documentation of the planned gift,, for example, a copy of the pertinent
documentation g ft for example, copy
n March 8 1993 Reunion
provisions of the individual’s wiill or trust, a copy of the life insurance
provisions individual’s will trust, copy life insurance
c March 9 Alumnus of the Year
policy which names the school as a bene ciary,, or a letter from th
policy ciary letter from the he March 15 Alumni Day of Reflection
individual’s attorney stating that
individual’s attorney stating th t he or she has, indeed, include
ha has, indeed, included ed March 29 1973 Reunion
Brother Martin High School in his or her estate plans. Upon receip
Brother Martin School estate plans. receipt
pt March 29 1983 Reunion
documentation, participants are enrolled
of such documentation, participa ts are enrolled in the Society of 1869
an Society 1869. 9. April 5-6 Cajunfest
April 12 1998 Reunion
April 17 Golf Tournament
generations of Brother Martin students
generations Brother Martin students April 19 President’s Dinner
May 2 Seafood Dinner
May 10 Al Briede Gold Cup Race
May 10 1958 SA Reunion
Brother Martin through your estate gift
Brother Martin through your estate gift
f May 20 Golden Crusader Lunch
May 24 1965 SA Reunion
May 30 Class of 2003 Reunion
like to inform f
like to inform the school of a planned gift and
gift May 31 Fishing Rodeo
become a member of the Socie y, please contact
June 2 Plus 50 Gala
Tommy Mitchell ‘79 Developm t Director
Tommy Mitchell ‘79,, Development Director,, in the
June 13-15 Alumni Weekend in French Quarter
June 14 SA Class of 1963 Reunion
June 21 1988 Reunion
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