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Maggie Ballantyne – Class of 2012

Maggie Ballantyne must bleed green and gold. After graduating from Saint John’s Catholic Prep in 2012, Maggie attended Duquesne University (Class of 2016) where she majored in Public Relations with a minor in Communications and Rhetorical Studies. As they say though, “Once a Viking, Always a Viking”, so she just couldn’t stay away. Saint John’s is thrilled to welcome Maggie back as our new Advancement and Communications Specialist in the Advancement Office. Maggie’s responsibilities include annual fund, soiree and communications. She also comes to us with post-graduate experience working at the “happiest place on Earth” Walt Disney World.

Born and raised in Walkersville, Maryland, Maggie attended St. John Regional Catholic School from K-8th grade before coming to Saint John’s Catholic Prep. Maggie jumped in with both feet while attending Saint John’s as she was; editor of the yearbook, team manager for the volleyball team, a Student Ambassador, and a member of Vikings for Hope. Her favorite memories from high school include publications class, dressing up for Spirit Week each year, being part of the McSherry Maniacs, eating lunch outside at the mansion, painting the senior lounge, and going on the summer trip to England and Scotland.

Maggie was the first Viking in her family, but not the last – her brother John graduated in 2014 and her sister Elizabeth is currently a junior. Maggie lives in Walkersville and spends her free time going on road trips, watching baseball, doing photography, taking classes at the gym, reading and hanging out with her friends at happy hour. She stays in close touch with many of her Saint John’s friends, talking to at least 4 or 5 of them daily. Many of her friends live outside the area, so they have fun planning trips to visit each other.

Maggie has brought her energy and enthusiasm back to Saint John’s to ensure that this school will be a place that alumni come back to visit and keep in their hearts.

If you would like to share the story of your life since graduation from Saint John’s please contact Michele Rogers

Members of the Class of 1965 began meeting in August 2013 for lunch every other month at FSK Post 11, The American Legion in Frederick. Below are pictures from the luncheons.

DECEMBER LUNCH

(l to r): 1st Row - Ricky Moss (Frederick HS Class of 65), Paul Brunner (Walkersville HS Class of 1965), Mike Willard, Lois Wisner Willard (Middletown HS Class of 1965) & Joe Creager, and 2nd Row Standing - Billy Hoover, Bob DeGrange (SJH Class of 66), Butch Brust, Rick Stup, Sally Dodd Burdette, Linda Baumgardner Gilbert, Bob Marrone, Gini Huebner & Vic Russell (Frederick HS Class of 65)

OCTOBER LUNCH

(l to r): 1st Row - Jane Dean McClellan, Sally Dodd Burdette, Tom Grumbine, Paul Brunner (Walkersville HS Class of 65) & Butch Brust; and 2nd Row Standing - Tom Sherald (SJH Class of 67), Rick Hassett (SJH Class of 67), Linda Baumgardner Gilbert, Rick Stup, Billy Hoover & Bob Marrone. 

AUGUST LUNCH

(l to r): 1st Row - Ricky Moss (Frederick HS Class of 65), Mike Willard, Joe Creager Vic Russell (Frederick HS Class of 65), Jimmy McClellan, & Linda Baumgardner Gilbert; and 2nd Row Standing - Billy Hoover, Bob DeGrange (SJH Class of 66), Butch Brust, Rick Stup, Bob Marrone & Gini Huebner. 

Emily Kurtyka – Class of 2010

This month, Saint John’s is pleased to highlight our 2010 graduate Emily Kurtyka, who also happens to be our new Enrollment Specialist in the admissions office. We are thrilled that Emily has joined our team in admissions, but Emily has also been the JV volleyball coach at Saint John’s for several years and will continue in that role as well.

Emily was born in Silver Spring, MD and raised in Middletown, MD. She attended St. John Regional Catholic School from kindergarten through 8th grade before arriving for her high school years at Saint John’s. While at Saint John’s, Emily played 4 years on the volleyball team and received the Viking Award her senior year. She was also a Student Ambassador for 3 years and a member of campus ministry.

Some of Emily’s favorite memories from high school at Saint John’s include spending hours in the attic at the Prospect Hall mansion filming a horror movie for her Video Production class, and running around the portables trying to solve a “murder” for her Forensic Science class. She and her classmates practically lived in the gym after school while they all participated in activities and sports. She loved how it felt like home.

Post Saint John’s, Emily attended McDaniel College where she earned two undergraduate degrees; a Bachelor’s in Communications and a Bachelor’s in Cinema. She recently graduated from Mount St. Mary’s University with a Master’s in the Art of Teaching, as well as a Dual Certification in Elementary and Special Education. Emily recently completed her student teaching at Hillcrest Elementary in 5th grade Special Education. She hopes to begin work on her Doctorate in Education within the next few years.

Emily enjoys spending time with her family including her 27 first cousins! She loves to bake, knit and write screenplays for films. After spending a semester in Glasgow, Scotland studying foreign filmmaking, Emily fell in love with the culture of Scotland and with traveling in general.

This past summer brought some excitement for Emily when her boyfriend of 5 years, Zach Whittington, proposed to her. The couple met when they were 3 months old because their grandmothers have been best friends since nursing school in the 1950s. He was even her first kiss when they were 7 years old. They are planning their wedding in 2018.

Currently living in Middletown, Emily hopes to move to a new location this coming summer. She stays connected to Saint John’s classmates through social media and has a few close friendships from Saint John’s that she can’t imagine life without.

Having been the volleyball coach at Saint John’s and a substitute teacher, Emily has spent plenty of time on the new Saint John’s campus. While the Prospect Hall campus will always hold a special place in her heart, she is excited to start her new position at her alma mater on the new campus. 

We thank Emily for sharing her story and welcome her aboard at Saint John’s Catholic Prep.

If you would like to share the story of your life since graduation from Saint John’s please contact Michele Rogers

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Schuchter McGreevy & Mark McGreevy – Class of 1986

There must be something in the water at Saint John’s, or maybe it’s just the love in the air.  Once again our Alumni Spotlight article features alumni who met at Saint John’s and eventually married one another.

Love was definitely in the air for Mark McGreevy and Jennifer Schuchter McGreevy, Class of 1986, who married 25 years ago in a ceremony officiated by Rev. Ron Carrillo, the Headmaster of Saint John’s Literary Institute at Prospect Hall. The last 25 years have blessed the McGreevys with two beautiful girls, Malloy, a 17 year old senior, and Kerrigan, a 15 year old sophomore at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.  Jen and Mark feel strongly that Catholic education is important, so both girls also attended St. John Regional Catholic School before they moved to South Florida.

Jennifer Schuchter was born in Tampa and grew up in South Florida.  Her family moved to Montgomery County when she was in middle school and she transferred to Saint John’s for her junior and senior year.  Jen played tennis and basketball, and most interestingly, ran as a “boy” on the cross country team since Saint John’s could only field a boys’ team.  Jen attended Hood College receiving a BA in History and Secondary Education.  She received her MBA at Mount St. Mary’s University.  Jen is now Executive Director of Development at the Cleveland Clinic Florida in Weston, FL.  Her hobbies include running (as a female), triathlons, gardening, paddle boarding and enjoying time with her daughters.

Mark is a Fredericktonian, born and raised. While at Saint John’s, Mark participated in soccer, tennis and basketball all four years. After high school, he went on to Mount St. Mary’s University where he received a BA in International Studies and Business. While he still lived in Maryland, Mark was a member of the Saint John’s Board of Trustees.  Mark is currently CEO of The Assistance Fund in Orlando, FL.  In his spare time, he enjoys cooking out (charcoal, not gas!) and watching his daughters play beach and indoor volleyball.  As the patriarch of a very busy family, Mark loves just finding time to spend at home with ALL his girls, including their mini-schnauzer, Leila Raven McGreevy.

Mark and Jen recall some of their favorite memories from Saint John’s: Pep rallies with the highly spirited Class of 1986, Mark’s 1984 road trip to the California Olympics with other classmates and Fr. Ron Carrillo, Field Days, Mark’s run-ins with Agnes (the Prospect Mansion ghost), and their great relationships with faculty, administration, and staff.

The Class of 1986 had a 28 year reunion a couple years ago and about half of the class was able to make it.  The McGreevys stay in touch with their classmates, especially Amy Devereaux Spafford ’86, Michelle Cronin ’87, LeeAnn ’87 and Ron Rickert ’86, Bradd Bowman ’85, and Dr. Bill Hall ’85.  Although they don’t see their friends as often as they would like, when they do get together, it is as though they never skipped a beat.  While Mark and Jennifer have yet to visit the new campus, they supported the expansion of the school and are glad that we are happy in our new home, however, they did love the Prospect Hall campus on Butterfly Lane.

The McGreevys currently have a home in Ft. Lauderdale, FL and an apartment in Orlando where Mark works. We are happy to report they survived the recent visit by Hurricane Matthew.

We appreciate Mark and Jen taking time out of their busy lives to share their story with us.  If you would like to share your story about life since graduation, contact Michele Rogers.

If you would like to share the story of your life since graduation from Saint John’s please contact Michele Rogers

 

 

Brittney Foss Garst, Class of 2005

Although Brittney Foss Garst, Class of 2005, worked throughout her high school career, she still managed to get involved at Saint John’s as the SGA Treasurer.  Brittney started her catholic school education at St. John Regional Catholic School and completed it at Saint John’s at Prospect Hall.  Saint John’s is a family tradition for Brittney as her siblings, Jordon ’08, Jennifer ’11, and Zac ’16, are also alumni.

Upon graduation from Saint John’s, Brittney went on to Towson University where she majored in English and Secondary Education and then furthered her education at Hood College, receiving her Masters in Reading Specialization.  Now a teacher at Urbana High School, Brittney spends part of her time in the classroom and the other part as the Literary Specialist helping students who are struggling with reading.  Last year she received the honor of being a quarter-finalist for Teacher of the Year in Frederick County. 

As a Literary Specialist, it is no surprise that Brittney loves to read.  She keeps up with young adult books, so that she knows what her students are reading, but also enjoys mysteries and thrillers.  When she gets a break from school in the summer, Brittney and her husband Corey enjoy traveling.  They have given their passports quite a work out by traveling to Paris, Costa Rica, Scotland among other exotic locations and when they tire of the world travel they visit such places as Disney World.  Brittney enjoys running and when not traveling the globe, the Garsts enjoy local beer and wine festivals in Frederick and the surrounding areas.

Brittney and Corey live in Ijamsville and Corey works in IT.  As the daughter of our own Amy Foss, Director of Facilities, Brittney has had plenty of opportunity to visit the new campus.  She stays in touch with her Saint John’s classmates through Facebook.

We thank Brittney for sharing her story and we are so proud of her accomplishments in the field of Education.  We wish her all the best in her career and her future travels. 

If you would like to share the story of your life since graduation from Saint John’s please contact Michele Rogers

 

Michael & Gillian Schultz, Class of 2000

It’s a match made in….well, Saint John’s.  When Michael Schultz, Class of 2000, arrived on the campus of Saint John’s in 1997, he had no expectation that he would meet his future wife, but that’s what happened!  Michael met and eventually married classmate Gillian Dukes, Class of 2000, and today they live in Kearneysville, WV, and have 3 beautiful children; Keira, age 9, Brian, age 8, and Kinley, age 18 months.  Their story together begins when they were just 15.

Michael was born in Elgin, IL and moved around a bit as a child.  He finally landed in Frederick when he was 15 and started at Saint John’s as a sophomore.  Gill is a native to Maryland, born in Walkersville.  She attended St. John Regional Catholic School and then St. John’s Prospect Hall (now Saint John’s Catholic Prep).  Both Michael and Gill recall the tight-knit Saint John’s community as one that fostered lifelong friendships. They were both quite active in high school.  Michael played 3 years of lacrosse and one of his favorite memories was winning the first ever boys’ lacrosse game.   He was also President of the National Honor Society and a Luceat (now called Student Ambassadors).  Gill played volleyball, winning the conference championship her senior year.  As a cheerleader, she enjoyed participating in cheer competitions, camps and cheering for the national championship basketball team.  She too, was a Luceat. Their memories from the Prospect Hall campus also include; eating lunch outside, Junior Ring Day, having class outside on warm days and, of course, meeting each other.

Even going away to college couldn’t tear these two apart, as Michael went off to the University of Notre Dame and Gill attended St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN.  After graduation from their respective institutions in 2004, the couple married in 2005.

Currently, in addition to her duties as a busy mother running the kids to school, sports, playdates and appointments, Gill works from home as Education Manager at Condensed Curriculum International.  When she can break away, she loves to socialize at happy hour with friends, attend concerts, and shop. 

Michael showed his loyalty to his alma mater by coming back to Saint John’s to work.  As Executive Director of Advancement, Michael oversees admissions, development, alumni & special events, and website & database administration.  When not working, he likes spending time with his family, running, and collecting sports’ memorabilia.

Saint John’s is proud of Michael and Gill and the beautiful family they have created.  We love that their story started on the campus of Saint John’s and lives on through their continued involvement with the school. 

We thank Michael and Gillian for sharing their story with us. If you would like to share the story of your life since graduation from Saint John’s please contact Michele Rogers

 

Congratulations to Marial Pierce '12 for being named the Assistant Coach of Woman's Lacrosse at Saint Leo University. http://www.saintleolions.com/…/2015…/releases/20160816g3ovhz

As a self-proclaimed “serial hobbiest”, Dr. Bill Hall, Class of 1985, knows how to live his life to the fullest. Working hard and playing hard isn’t a new concept, but Bill may have perfected it. As a busy Frederick Dentist, Bill has managed to find time to enthusiastically pursue many hobbies while also raising his family.

As a student at Saint John’s in the early 1980’s, Bill played 2 years of soccer and 3 years of basketball, but his passion was for baseball, which he played for all four years of high school. His favorite thing about his time at Saint John’s is the wonderful relationships he developed while here that he has maintained since graduation. Bill was excited to attend his 30th Class Reunion in April of 2015 at Brewer’s Alley in Frederick.

Upon graduation from Saint John’s, Bill went on to UMBC where he majored in Biology, and then on to UMD Dental School. In 1994 Bill entered into practice with Dr. Gerry McGreevy, father of Saint John’s alum Mark McGreevy, Class of 1986. Bill purchased the practice from Dr. McGreevy in 2002 and has been a sole practitioner in his Frederick dental office ever since.

Bill is married to Laura Hall, who is a retired Physical Therapist and is currently a Certified Life Coach and Dr. Hall’s chairside assistant. Together they have 2 daughters. Their oldest daughter, Kayla, is 21 and working toward her Nursing degree, and their younger daughter Helena is 18 and a former Acrobatic Gymnast. She is currently working toward a career in the Prosthetic/Orthotic field.

Bill has zealously explored many interests over the years; golfing, sailing, bicycling, and music (he once had a band with his brother and father). He is also a wine enthusiast, but his current passion is to take off on his Harley with his wife and enjoy the freedom of the open road. 

Saint John’s is proud that Dr. Bill Hall is part of our “family” and we’d like to think that his well-rounded education at Saint John’s helped to inspire his interest and enthusiasm in so many endeavors. We wish him well in his Dental practice and on his next open road journey…wherever that may lead him.

We thank Bill for sharing his story with us. If you would like to share the story of your life since graduation from Saint John’s please contact Michele Rogers.

SJCP is always proud and eager to share when a member of the Saint John’s family has an opportunity to be a living example of our five pillars: Faith, Leadership, Scholarship, Honor and Service. Alumna Brooke Wilson, Class of 2012, is a living example of SERVICE and LEADERSHIP as she embarks on a trip to Nicaragua in August.
Brooke graduated from the University of Richmond in May where she majored in Healthcare Studies and played 4 years of D1 lacrosse. See more of Brooke’s story here:

Through my job search, I have been presented with an amazing opportunity to grow both professionally and personally in my first year out of school. On August 17, 2016, I will be departing for Nicaragua to begin a 13-month trip with Manna Project International (MPI) and Lacrosse the Nations (LtN). I will be working with these two non-profit organizations to aid in their community development efforts in Central America. I will mainly be working in the capital city of Managua, designing and implementing holistic community development programs, as well as coaching lacrosse at local schools.

Spending a year with MPI and LtN is an incredible opportunity for me to be able to gain hands-on professional experience with non-profit operations and increasing health access within underserved communities. These two nonprofit organizations combine my passions for health advancement and the spread of the game I love. I am so excited to begin this experience and am confident that it is exactly where I need to be. I would love and appreciate your support in helping make this work possible.

About Manna Project International:
Manna Project International (MPI) is a volunteer driven 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving international communities through holistic development. In partnership with the University of South Florida Health Colleges MPI opened a primary-care clinic in Cedro Galán, Nicaragua in 2013. Their objective is to improve the overall health and well-being of the communities of Cedro Galán and Chiquilistagua. MPI's clinic and community programs address treatable and preventable medical conditions so that the community can focus on living, growing and moving forward. In addition to the clinic, some of the projects MPI runs that I will be involved with over the next year include adolescent health education, sports and nutrition instruction, and child nutrition sponsorship. MPI also supports the professional development of the community members through a local jewelry cooperative, English courses, and health professional training.

About Lacrosse the Nations:
LtN is a humanitarian organization that unifies the lacrosse community to sustainably improve education and health while creating opportunity and hope for children in need. Using lacrosse along with other physical activities, LtN's programs teach important life skills and provide students with positive outlets for sports and play.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP BROOKE MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS, CLICK HERE.

On Friday, June 10, 2016 the Class of 1966 held it's 50th Reunion on the patio at Saint John's. The former classmates enjoyed catching up with each, looking through old yearbooks, and having a wonderful dinner. Thanks go out to Delores Keefer and Dr. Richard Costlow for their work in planning the reunion. A good time was had by all.

Click here to view more photos from the event.

 

Kathleen Morrill, Class of 2011, has been very busy since her graduation from Saint John’s. After graduation, Kathleen went on to graduate from Bates College in 2015 with a BS in Biological Chemistry. Since then, she has been working at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York (home to Nobel Laureate Dr. Barbara McClintock -- her role model since high school), in Dr. Josh Dubnau's neurobiology lab. His lab was awarded $300,000 by Ride for Life, an organization formed to fight Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) with research by Chris Pendergast. She met Mr. Pendergast this week on their ride to Manhattan from Montauk. She has been doing research on ALS, how the disease progresses and mechanisms that could be drug targets. Part of her work is to be published in Dr. Lisa Krug's thesis. Kathleen will begin graduate school at the University of Massachusetts Medical School this Fall for her PhD, and hopes to continue in neurobiology research. 

Click here to read the article about the donation that has helped fund her work. 

 Ride for Life founder Chris Pendergast (center), Dr. Krug (who lost her mother to ALS), and Kathleen.

Brennan Gmeiner is in his first season on the Hood College Men's Lacrosse coaching staff in 2016 and will specialize with Hood's face off players.

http://www.hoodathletics.com/sports/mlax/coaches/gmeiner_brennan

Congratulations to Leslie Lewis (SJCP 2015) for making the Dean's List and being selected as an Academic Officer at USMA Prep School-West Point.

It is with a heavy heart that Saint John's informs you that our former music teacher and beloved instructor Anabel McGill passed away over the Christmas holiday in Florida.  There will be an Irish wake and celebration of Anabel’s life on Sunday, January 3, 2016 at the Irish Inn in Glen Echo, MD, from 2pm to 5pm.   Please join her daughter, Megan and her extended family to celebrate the wildly melodic and fantastical life of Adriane Anabel McGill.

IRISH INN
6119 Tulane Avenue
Glen Echo, MD 20812
(301) 229-6600

Trevor Lecuona is on the cover of the Seton Hill Griffins Basketball December 2015 program.

Aaron Hull, SJCP Class of 2011, a senior at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, visited Saint John's as part of a program called "Operation Information" where Navy Midshipmen return to their hometowns to speak about the Naval Academy (and the other military academies). Aaron share valuble information to interested SJCP students.

On Saturday, November 21, 2015, parents, alumni, faculty, staff, coaches and friends of SJCP enjoyed games, prizes, food and fun at the 5th Annual Athletic Booster Club BBQ Bash. It was both a fun and successful event, raising funds for our Viking sports teams.

A very special thank you goes out to Kris Shanley for chairing the event, the Booster Club for their help, our generous sponsors, all of the coaches for pitching in and Michael Schultz and Michele Corr for acting as our emcees.

Click here to view more photos from the event.


 

On Saturday, October 17, 2015, the SJPC Hall of Fame inducted the class of 2015; this year's recipients were Bob Hoch and Caitlin (Morris) Keser.

Bob Hoch was coach and teacher of Saint John’s Prospect Hall From 1973 - 1977.

In 1973-1974, he coached the Girls' Softball team.  In 1974-1975, he began the informal soccer program on space beyond the sunken gardens. Bob helped to build the fields and coached Varsity Soccer in the Blue Ridge Athletic Conference from 1975-1977.  He was also a Speech and History teacher at SJPH.

Caitlin (Morris) Keser, SJPH Class of 2004, led the Cross Country team to the 2002 IAAM Cross Country Championship. She holds multiple records in indoor and outdoor track including:

  • Indoor Track: 500m: 2002, 600y: 2003, 800m: 2003, 4x440y: 2001, 4x880y: 2001, 4x400m: 2003, 2004, 4x800: 2002, 2003, Sprint Medley: 2001, 2002, Distance Medley: 2001, 2002.
  • Outdoor Track: 800m: 2002, 1600m: 2002, 4x400m: 2002, 2003, 4x800m: 2001, 2002, 2003, Sprint Medley: 2001, Distance Medley: 2001

After graduating from SJPH, she was a member of the Varsity Cross Country team from 2005 - 2007 at St. Bonaventure University (Division 1 in the Atlantic 10 Conference).

Congratulations to our 2015 SJPC Hall of Fame recipients!

Click here to view more photos from the event.

Silas Cheung, Bernie Grove, Bob Hoch, Caitlin Keser, Scott Rippeon and Eric Dummann

Chris Smallwood, Class of 1994, Chef at Alexander’s Restaurant in Buckeystown, MD is featured in the Frederick News Post.

Click here to read the article, Chef's Secrets: Chef Chris Smallwood of Alexander's Restaurant.

 

Alanna Poole, Class of 2007, received her Master's degree in Early Childhood Education from Towson University in December 2014 and is currently a preschool teacher at The Banner School.

 

Emily Menzen, Class of 2005, is in her third year of Veterinary School at the University of Florida.

 

Abigail Tighe, Class of 2012, is a member of the 2015-2016 Purdue University women’s varsity crew team. She is a coxswain for both the varsity 8-man and 4-man boats and is back-up rower for the 8-man. The Purdue team recently competed in the Milwaukee River Challenge.

 

4-man at the Milwaukee River Challenge; Tighe is in white hat in the front of the boat

Five members of St. John Literary Institute Class of 1960 celebrated their 55th Reunion on June 6, 2015. 

(l to r):  Martha Grove Whiteside, Connie Rose Stalnaker, Robert F. Martin, Maureen Kaufman Anderson, and Lynn James Rinehart.

Marilyn Little, Class of 1999, won the Individual Gold Medal and was part of the US Gold Medal Team in "Equestrian Three Day Eventing" at the Pan American Games in Toronto! Congratulations Marilyn!!

Click the link to read more:

http://eventingnation.com/team-usa-and-marilyn-little-win-gold-at-pan-american-games/

Tom Sherald, SJCP class of 1967, is one of the members of Frederick’s Francis Scott Key Post 11’s 1965 state American Legion Baseball championship team that was honored on Tuesday prior to the Frederick Keys’ game with the Lynchburg Hillcats at Nymeo Field.

Click on the link to read more in the Frederick News Post:

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/sports/type/baseball/frederick-s-fsk-post-s-state-championship-american-legion-baseball/article_11fa5c9c-9c81-58fd-8835-7e1dbef02c51.html

Members of the Class of 1965 began meeting in August 2013 for lunch every other month at FSK Post 11, The American Legion in Frederick. Below are pictures from the luncheons.

(l to r): 1st Row - Bill Hoover,  Ricky Moss (Frederick High School Class of 65), Sally Dodd Burdette, Butch Brust, Tom Grumbine & Bob DeGrange (SJH Class of 66); 2nd Row Standing - Linda Baumgardner Gilbert, Gini Huebner, Mike Willard, Rick Hassett (SJH Class of 67), Rick Stup, Paul Brunner (Walkersville High School Class of 65), Bob Marrone, & Jim Ritenhour TJ Class of 67.          

AUGUST LUNCH

(l to r): Seated 1st Row - Sally Dodd Burdette, Gini Huebner, Vic Russell (Frederick High School Class of 65), Jim McClellan and Bob DeGrange (SJH Class of 66); 2nd Row Standing - Joe Creager, Bob Marrone, Rick Hassett (SJH Class of 67), Rick Stup, Paul Brunner (Walkersville High School Class of 65), Butch Brust, Bill Hoover & Mike Willard.      

MAY LUNCH

(l to r): Seated 1st Row - Gini Huebner, Linda Baumgardner Gilbert, Bob DeGrange (SJH Class of 66), Jane Dean McClellan & Butch Brust, and 2nd Row Standing - Tom Grumbine, Bob Marrone, Brunner (Walkersville High School Class of 65) & Rick Stup.

MARCH LUNCH 

(l to r): Seated 1st Row - Mike Willard, Butch Brust, Billy Hoover, Rick Moss (Frederick High School of 65) & Paul Brunner (Walkersville High School Class of 65), and 2nd Row Standing  Left to Right - Larry Key, Tom Grumbine,  Rick Stup, Linda Baumgardner Gilbert, Bob Marrone & Joe Creager

 

JANUARY LUNCH

(l to r): Seated 1st Row - Bob DeGrange (SJH Class of 66), Vic Russell (Frederick High School of 65),  Bob Marrone & Paul Brunner (Walkersville High School Class of 65), and 2nd Row Standing  Left to Right - Billy Hoover, Larry Key, Gini Huebner, Butch Brust, Rick Stup, Linda Baumgardner Gilbert & Joe Creager. 

 

NOVEMBER LUNCH

(l to r) Seated 1st Row - Ricky Moss (Frederick High Class of 65), Billy Hoover & Linda Baumgardner Gilbert; 2nd Row Standing - Rick Hasset (SJH Class of 67), Mike Willard, Joe Creager, Butch Brust, Rick Stup, Jim McClellan, Bob Marrone, Tom Grumbibe & Gini Huebner. 

 

JULY LUNCH

(l to r) Seated 1st Row - Butch Brust, Leon Brust (SJH Class of 71), Larry Key, Linda Baumgardner Gilbert, Jim McClellan & Craig Rhoderick (Frederick High Class of 65); and 2nd Row Standing - Vic Russell (Frederick High Class of 65), Bob Marrone, Bob DeGrange  (SJH Class of 66), Joe Creager, Rick Stup, Paul Brunner (Walkersville High Class of 65) Billy Hoover & Mike Willard,

 

 

APRIL LUNCH

(l to r) Seated 1st Row - Mike Willard, Jim McClellan, Leon Brust (Class of 71), Butch Brust & Billy Hoover; 2nd Row Standing - Larry Key, Vic Russell (Frederick Class of 65), Bob Marrone, Bob DeGrange  (Class of 66), Rick Stup, Norm Galvin & Tom Grumbine

 

 

FEBRUARY LUNCH

(l to r) Seated 1st Row - Half of Paul Brunner (Walkersville Class of 65), Butch Brust, Billy Hoover, Joe Creager & Bob Marrone; 2nd Row Standing -  Larry Key, Tom Grumbine, Rick Stup & Mike Mauro

 

 

DECEMBER LUNCH

(l to r) Larry Key, Billy Hoover, Butch Brust, Paul Brunner(Walkersville Class of 65), Rick Stup, Bob DeGrange (Class of 66) , Jimmy McClellan & Bob Marrone  

 

 

OCTOBER LUNCH

(l to r) Seated 1st Row - Butch Brust, Bob DeGrange (Class of 66), Paul Brunner (Walkersville Class of 65), Joe Creager; 2nd Row Standing - Jimmy McClellan, Billy Hoover, Bob Marrone, Jeff Quinn, Rick Stup, Larry Key

 

Congratulations to Nikki Teasley, Class of '97! After graduating, she went on to the University of North Carolina where she became the first player in team history and the second ever in the ACC to finish with 1,500 points and 600 assists in her career. Nikki also had a very successful career in the WNBA from 2002-2009, winning the MVP title of the WNBA All-Star Game in 2003! In 2010, she was inducted into our school's Athletic Hall of Fame and regularly comes back to cheer on our sports teams. Nikki has spent the last several years living in the area, coaching and mentoring hundreds of kids. She has a smile that lights up a room, is an incredible mother and friend and has an amazing work ethic and spirit! The Tuscarora Titans are lucky to have her has the head coach of their Girls' Basketball program! Way to go, Nikki!!

Read the article in the Frederick News Post: 
http://www.fredericknewspost.com/sports/teasley-tapped-to-take-over-titans/article_bded4562-ab45-531d-83f1-5c7e610a4ef3.html



The SJCP Class of 2000 held their 15 year reunion at Memories Charcoal House in Mt. Airy on July 11, 2015.

Oshea Gairey has committed and signed his National Letter of Intent to NCAA Division 2 Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, BC Canada. SFU is Canada's only NCAA school.   Congrats to him and his family for this honor.

Read the article in the Frederick News Post:

http://www.fredericknewspost.com/sports/sjcp-grad-gairey-headed-to-canada-s-simon-fraser/article_87a29f84-13c3-54b9-ad1c-3bdc043c5357.html

 

Ego Ferguson, "JR", Chicago Bears lineman, visits Saint John's Catholic Prep Friday, May 8, where the football jersey he wore while at Saint John’s was retired at an all school assembly,

Read the article in the Frederick News Post:

http://m.fredericknewspost.com/sports/type/football/he-ll-always-be-known-as-jr/article_e41f9c32-12be-545d-86e0-6e8cd2aa623e.html?mode=jqm

Click here to view photos from his visit.

 

Mrs. Patricia Rebert Quinn, Class of 1965, passed away on Thursday, November 17, 2016.


Mr. Ronald Lipps, Class of 1956, passed away on Thursday, October 13, 2016.


Dr. Louis Vincent Myers III, DDS, Class of 1966, passed away on Tuesday, August 16, 2016.


Mary W. Unglesbee, Class of 1927, passed away on Sunday, June 5, 2016, at the age of 106.


James Filby, Class of 1956, passed away on Friday, February 19, 2016.


Ronald DeGrange, Class of 1967, passed away on Monday, February 8, 2016.


Patsy “Pat” Ann Reifsnider, Class of 1961, passed away on October 31, 2015.


Dorothy Farnsworth Wood, Class of 1953, passed away on August 7, 2015.


Larry Key, Class of 1965, passed away on August 5, 2015.


William C. Davis Jr., Class of 1954, passed away on July 24, 2015.


Dr. Leonoard Latkovski Jr., Board Member from 1988 - 1990 and parent of Christopher, Class of 1987, passed away on June 13, 2015.


Dorothy Smith Clark, Class of 1937, passed away on June 9, 2015.


Mary Hartman Masser, Class of 1954, passed away on March 30, 2015.


Janet Lanson Geiser, Class of 1955, passed away on February 5, 2015.


Richard (Dick) Curfman Buxton, Class of 1950, passed away Sunday, January 11, 2015.


Daniel Allan Strong, Class of 2011, passed away on November 20, 2014.


Thomas Edward Gouker, Class of 1961, passed away on October 9, 2014.


Scott Brian Stanley, Class of 1991, passed away on August 27, 2014.


Walter A. Magee, Class of 1953, passed away on May 15, 2014.


Mary Mildred Miller Hargis, Class of 1938, passed away on March 28, 2014.


Sarah E. Murphy, Class of 1987, passed away on March 25, 2014.


Douglas Joseph "Doug" Angell, Class of 1984, passed away on November 21, 2013.


Dora Andrews Wagner, Class of 1952, passed away on November 14, 2013.


Nicholas A. Greenwell, Class of 2004, passed away on October 28, 2013.


Timothy McCarthy, Class of 1976,  passed away on August 29, 2013.












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