Nota Bene: June 2022
- A Message from the Director of Alumni Relations
- Alumni Events
- Alumni Awards
- Alumni News
- Around the Hall
- Get Involved
- Keep In Touch
- In Memoriam
We concluded the 2021-2022 school year by celebrating Alumni Reunion Weekend with over 200 alumni on campus and bidding farewell to the Class of 2022 at Baccalaureate and Commencement.
There, we honored and commemorated the legacy these leaders will continue to leave on our campus and in our communities across the world. While we will miss seeing the Class of 2022 on campus in the fall, we welcome them with open arms into the Alumni Association. Commencement is not the end of a graduate’s relationship with SMH, and the Alumni Association is ready to engage and support its newest members.
Reflecting on the last school year, we cherish the moments our Saint Mary’s Hall community came together by reuniting at sporting events, art shows and performances, academic celebrations, alumni events on and off campus, and more. What a joy it was to connect with many of you and hear your stories. Saint Mary’s Hall has such a rich, storied history in South Texas and each one of you continue to define the legacy of our School.
As we near the middle of summer, we are excited to connect with you and fellow alumni across the country in the 2022-2023 school year. If you find yourself in or near San Antonio, please stop by campus! We love it when our alumni come back to visit our faculty and take a trip down memory lane.
We hope you have a wonderful summer and look forward to seeing you at an event soon!
All the best,
Nancy Lee Archer ’16
On May 13 and 14, we celebrated Alumni Reunion Weekend with over 200 alumni on campus! Alumni traveled internationally from England, Guatemala, and Mexico, and across the United States from California, Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah. The weekend was filled with reconnection, reminiscing, and new memories made between alumni and their former teachers.
On May 13, we hosted the Alumni Reunion Party in the Peggy Pitman Mays Dining Hall, where alumni reconnected with each other and former teachers. Throughout the evening, alumni became students once again and joined Upper School Science Teacher Brian Kaestner for an O’Neil Ford Architectural Tour of campus.
On May 14, we hosted the 50th+ Reunion Celebration for alumni celebrating 50 years or more of graduation from Saint Mary’s Hall. We began the morning with an Alumni Remembrance Service led by Chaplain Dr. Fredricc Brock, which was then followed by a campus tour led by Head of School Len Miller. The tour concluded at the Teach Us Delight In Simple Things steps where alumni took class photos. The reunion festivities were concluded with a brunch in the Peggy Pitman Mays Dining Hall.
We look forward to celebrating the following Reunion Honor Classes on May 12 and 13, 2023:
2018, 2013, 2008, 2003, 1998, 1993, 1978, 1973, 1968, 1963, 1958, 1953, 1948, and 1943.
Are you living in one of these cities? Make sure that we have your updated email address and mailing address to receive more information about upcoming alumni events.
September 13, 2022: Alumni Dinner in Austin, TX
September 14, 2022: Alumni Dinner in Dallas, TX
September 15, 2022: Alumni Lunch in Fort Worth, TX
October 12, 2022: Alumni Dinner in New York City, NY
January 4, 2022: Welcome Back Barons Luncheon at Saint Mary’s Hall for College Alumni
March 21, 2023: Alumni Dinner in Houston, TX
March 22, 2023: Alumni Event in College Station, TX
May 12 and 13, 2023: Alumni Reunion Weekend at Saint Mary's Hall
Each year, two alumni are chosen to receive Saint Mary’s Hall’s highest alumni honors: the Distinguished Alumni Award and the Momentum Award. Please join us in congratulating the 2022 Alumni Award recipients Malou Flato ’71 and Cosmo Guido ’04.
The Distinguished Alumni Award is presented to alumni who have made significant contributions to the community or have achieved professional success that sets a standard of excellence worthy of recognition by Saint Mary’s Hall. The Distinguished Alumni Award has been bestowed since 1979.
Malou Flato ’71 is a renowned Texas artist whose work includes watercolors, oils, acrylics, tile murals, etchings, sculptures, and digital prints. As a landscape painter, she paints the natural forms she encounters on her travels. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1975 from Middlebury College. Though she is a fifth-generation native Texan whose paintings affirm a deep attachment to the natural world, Malou majored in theater, specializing in costume design. Immediately following graduation, she spent several years spearheading costume shops for theater companies, among them the Vermont Shakespeare Festival. Malou may be recognized for her paintings, as her work is in numerous corporate and private collections; however, it is her mosaic public art murals in cities including San Antonio, Seattle, Houston, Boston, Dallas, and Austin that remain her most widely familiar work. Perhaps her most notable work in San Antonio is the San Antonio Mission scenes on the Houston Street bridge. She’s been a visiting scholar at the American Academy in Rome and is featured in many museum exhibits. Malou’s works can be seen at a border crossing in Brownsville, on park benches in Houston, a residence for single mothers in Austin, and a DART station in Dallas. Her murals grace walls in Boston, Connecticut, California, and Washington. Her work in ceramic tile includes murals near a school in Seattle, Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, several Central Market locations in Texas, and Breckenridge Children’s Hospital in Austin, TX. To view Malou’s work, please visit http://www.malouflato.com/.
The Momentum Award is presented to alumni who have not yet celebrated their 20th reunion and whose professional achievements in their chosen field show a promise for future success and set a standard of excellence worthy of recognition by Saint Mary’s Hall. The Momentum Award has been bestowed since 2007.
Cosmo Guido '04 is the Vice President of Preconstruction at Guido Construction in San Antonio, Texas. Cosmo played on the volleyball team and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Finance from the University of Richmond in 2008. Additionally, Cosmo earned his Master of Architecture from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 2010. Carrying on the family legacy of building, restoring, and enhancing community spaces in San Antonio, Cosmo began working at Guido Construction in 2008 as a Senior Project Manager. In recent years and under Cosmo’s leadership, Guido Construction has been part of the renovation, restoration, and construction of San Antonio landmarks such as The San Antonio Children’s Museum, The Witte Museum, the San Antonio Zoo, Saint Mary’s Hall, the Alameda Theater, and Southerleigh Fine Food and Brewery to name a few. In addition to his educational degrees, Cosmo is a LEED Green Associate, which designates him as having a current understanding of green building principles and practices, and received the Designated Design-Build Professional Certification. Cosmo also serves on the Board of Directors for the San Antonio Zoo and on the Development Board for the University of the Incarnate Word.
Do you know someone who deserves to be recognized for their professional achievements or significant contributions to the community?
Nominate an alumna or alumnus for these special awards by clicking the button below. Nominations must be received by December 16, 2022 to be considered for the 2023 awards.
Malou Flato ’71 is the recipient of the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award, which is presented to alumni who have made significant contributions to the community or have achieved professional success that sets a standard of excellence worthy of recognition by Saint Mary’s Hall. Malou is a renowned Texas artist whose work includes watercolors, oils, acrylics, tile murals, etchings, sculpture, and digital prints. To read more about Malou, please visit the Alumni Awards page.
Brian Villalobos ’99 starred as Bales in the Netflix film Apollo 10 ½ : A Space Age Childhood. Set in the summer of 1969, this coming-of-age story takes place in the suburbs of Houston, TX and is centered around the Apollo 11 moon landing.
William Russell ’02 competed in the Texas Water Safari: The World’s Toughest Canoe Race on June 11, 2022. William’s team came in 2nd place overall in the race.
Cosmo Guido ’04 is the recipient of the 2022 Momentum Award, which is presented to alumni who have not yet celebrated their 20th reunion and whose professional achievements in their chosen field show a promise for future success and set a standard of excellence worthy of recognition by Saint Mary’s Hall. Cosmo is the Vice President of Preconstruction at Guido Construction in San Antonio, TX. To read more about Cosmo, please visit the Alumni Awards page.
Nicole Smith Langston ’07 and Erich Langston ’07 celebrated the birth of their daughter, Harper Emory Langston in November of 2021.
Camilla Morrison Block ’10 married Travis Jackson Block on November 20, 2021.
Rea Cleland ’12 graduated in December 2021 with an MD from the University of Queensland-Ochsner Clinical School. Through this program, Rea completed her first two years of medical training in Brisbane, Australia and the final two years in New Orleans, Louisiana. In March of 2022, Rea matched into a residency training program in pediatrics at UT Health San Antonio.
John Boyan ’13 is a Broker Relations Lead with Teamshares and the President of Sam’s Italian Foods, a fast-casual restaurant with 13 locations in Maine. Earlier this year, Teamshares purchased Sam’s Italian Foods with the goal of keeping the legacy and culture of the restaurant chain intact as they transition to employee ownership. John indicated they are “selling the American dream and making it a reality”.
Eden Llamas ’14 and Alejandro Restrepo ’14 were married on December 21, 2021. Eden and Alejandro started dating as students at SMH and have been together ever since. They moved to Austin, where Alejandro is working at Tesla and Eden is finishing her Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy.
Mary Corinne Archer ’18 graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with honors and is a Liberal Arts Honors Distinguished Scholar. She double majored in history and government and is attending SMU Dedman School of Law in the fall.
Michael Casey ’18 graduated as one of 21 Valedictorians from the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.
Thomas Feuillet ’19 visited with Honors and Senior Studio Sculpture and Design students this spring to discuss his educational trajectory and work in the Industrial Design (ID) program at University of Houston. Thomas discussed his own projects from ideation to realization as well as the mechanics of the ID program from applications and portfolios to classes and studio time. He also shared general college advice from his experiences over the last 3 years from personal organization tricks to challenging yourself and your ideas. Upper School Sculpture & Design Teacher Nate Cassie reflected on Thomas’s visit: “Thomas’s talk was extremely relatable and packed with helpful ideas for any college journey as well as the shift from SMH into university-level programs”.
Ben Zeller ’19 served as the Executive Director of the North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN) conference in Washington D.C. on February 17-18, 2022. NAIMUN is the largest student-run Model UN conference where the very best MUN delegates from around the world come to exercise their skills in diplomacy and problem-solving. As Executive Director, Ben was in charge of logistics for the conference.
SMH Upper School students attended the NAIMUN conference and worked at a very high level to address issues ranging from refugee crises and energy sustainability to solving historical crises such as Rome’s war with the Seleucid Empire. At the conference, Sophia Nelson ’25 received the “Honorable Delegate” award for her role as Bijan Namdar Zangeneh in de-escalating regional conflict among the Gulf States. Nandini Cheruku ’24 was recognized in the Top 10% of delegates at the conference and received a verbal commendation for diplomacy and coalition-building in her role as Beyoncé Knowles in solving the Texas Power Crisis. In front of more than 2,500 students and teachers from across 21 countries, Ben gave a “Go Barons” shoutout during the closing ceremonies.
Ben is a student at Georgetown University, majoring in Global Business and minoring in Spanish and International Development.
Olivia Zachry ’21 is currently serving as Community Engagement Coordinator & Researcher at Planned Parenthood South Texas, where she plans events and conducts research and data analysis. Last summer, Olivia served as a research intern at Planned Parenthood South Texas, working mostly on data analysis. These positions have provided her with valuable learning experience at the intersection of healthcare, public policy, and community outreach and service. Olivia is currently attending George Washington University as a public policy major with an intended minor in public health.
Juliana Cavazos ’22 is attending Baylor University in the fall where she will be a student in the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core and on the Pre-Law track. Juliana was featured as one of KSAT's Great Graduates 2022. Click here to view Juliana’s story.
Remy White ’22 is attending the University of Oklahoma in the fall and plans to major in Global Energy, Environment, and Resources. Remy wants to become a helicopter pilot for the Coast Guard after graduation. Remy was featured as one of KSAT's Great Graduates 2022. Click here to view Remy’s story.
Around the Hall
On May 20, a total of 78 graduates from the Class of 2022 officially graduated from Saint Mary’s Hall during the Commencement Ceremony held in the Alonso Ancira Event Center. The talents and achievements of this class are varied and vast. They represent the breadth and depth of our School and reflect the deep legacy of those who came before them. Together, they form the great Class of 2022.
In his remarks to the graduates, Head of School Len Miller stated, “As a class, you have set a high bar of hard work, leadership, and positive relationships. You have added uniquely, and tonight we honor that legacy. While it makes us all sad that you are leaving to venture forth to college and beyond, we are also excited about the many ways you will continue to impact the larger world.”
As they head out from the Hall, they will spread far and wide, attending 46 different colleges and universities in 21 different states and four different countries. North Carolina, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, California, Tennessee, and Texas will welcome the largest groups of our 2022 SMH graduates. We are proud of the legacy they leave behind and the future they will shape!
When introducing the class to the audience, Mr. Miller celebrated numerous highlights from their time here:
- They hail from 22 zip codes, and several drove over an hour/day to get back and forth to our Starcrest Campus.
- Among them are 28 Lifers, 11 students who entered in Lower School, 19 who entered in Middle School, and 20 who entered in the Upper School.
- They are artists, engaged in every visual and performing art you can imagine. They created, directed, and expressed themselves, through magical performances like The Little Mermaid and Beauty and Beast, and several were even featured at South By Southwest, like the critically acclaimed film, Football and the student self-direct Bright Ideas.
- One was selected to perform in Texas All-State Orchestra all four years of high school, a first for SMH.
- Their writing has been published in the San Antonio Express-News and New York Times, and their own publications, The Walrus and La Reata, received national recognition.
- They helped SMH bring home the 1st place trophy at the Longhorn Classic for Speech & Debate.
- As athletes, they combined to earn 33 TAPPS All District honors, eight All-State Honors, 15 Academic All-State Honors, and two State Championships in Swimming.
- They have six college athlete signees, in soccer (2), swimming (2), and lacrosse (2).
- They volunteered in places like Tanzania, Spain, and down the street at Serna Elementary, dedicating hours of their time, and nine members of the class have been awarded a President’s Volunteer Service Award. Projects like Operation Gratitude, Hearts Program, and The Shoe Box Project, show how our students take care of their community.
- Two earned their Eagle Scout.
- They have earned a total of $7,669,904 in merit scholarships for college and 42 percent of the class received at least one merit-based scholarship.
- A total of 23 seniors were recognized by The National Merit Scholarship Corp. Five were named National Merit Finalists, eight were named National Merit Commended Scholars, and 10 were named National Hispanic Scholars. Two are Valero Alamo Bowl Scholars.
- They served as our first Research Science Scholars, and one will be published for their cancer research.
- One earned a perfect score on the AP U.S. History exam.
Congratulations to the Class of 2022 and welcome to the Saint Mary’s Hall Alumni Association!
View the list of our seniors, and the colleges and universities that our graduates will attend in the fall here.
These awards are presented to students who have excelled in the following areas:
- English – Kathleen Benson
- Visual Arts – Bella Muñoz
- Performing Arts – Kathleen Benson
- Media Arts – Berzhia Mizani
- World Languages & Cultures – Sofia Mauri
- History & Social Sciences – Nicholas Campos
- Mathematics – Matthew Averyt
- Science – Lauren Strauch
·Athlete of the Year Awards
These awards are presented to outstanding male and female senior varsity athletes:
- Male Athlete of the Year – Ethan Doehler
- Female Athlete of the Year – Kirsten Schlortt
Bishops’ Christian Citizenship Cup
- Each year, this award is bestowed upon the graduate who the faculty feels has best exemplified a Christian attitude and influence in all aspects of life at Saint Mary’s Hall:
- Katherine Drawert
Jamie Armstrong Bennett Award This award is presented to the faculty or staff member who has made a significant contribution to the life of the school and who exemplifies the qualities valued by the founders of the school:
- Teri Marshall, English Department Chair
Affectionately known as “Lifers,” this recognition is presented each year to students who have attended Saint Mary’s Hall for 12 or more years:
- Camila Alvarez (15 Years)
- Matthew Averyt (13 Years)
- Nicholas Campos (14 Years)
- Ally Carter (14 Years)
- Juliana Cavazos (13 Years)
- Gabe Chbeir (15 Years)
- George Peter Cortez (15 Years)
- Alejandro Delgado (13 Years)
- Shaili Ganeshappa (13 Years)
- Jack Hall (14 Years)
- Emily Harris (15 Years)
- Emi Kosterlitzky (13 Years)
- Patience Locke (15 Years)
- Nicole Mays (15 Years)
- Blake Miller (15 Years)
- Ashley Mitchell (15 Years)
- Bella Muñoz (13 Years)
- Marinna Nicoll (15 Years)
- Isabella Presutti (12 Years)
- Kirsten Schlortt (15 Years)
- Leo Schoenbrun (15 Years)
- Camille Serot (15 Years)
- Austin Soltis (15 Years)
- Lauren Strauch (15 Years)
- Remy White (15 Years)
- Payton Wood (12 Years)
- Rudy Zarate (15 Years)
- Abbie Zeller (13 Years)
Stay in touch with your classmates by being a Class Agent. This is a great position for alumni who want to keep classmates connected to SMH and each another by collecting class notes for The Shield and contact information updates.
If you are interested in being a Class Agent for your class, please contact Nancy Lee Archer ’16, Director of Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (210) 483-9196.
Every year, we have SMH graduates who go on to colleges and universities where fellow alumni attend. We want to foster Saint Mary’s Hall connections beyond Starcrest Drive by creating a College Ambassador Program to provide support, camaraderie, and networks for Saint Mary’s Hall alumni during their college years. Whether you are in undergraduate or graduate school, College Ambassadors have the opportunity to share advice and experiences with fellow Barons.
If you would like to be a College Ambassador for your school, please contact Nancy Lee Archer ’16, Director of Alumni Relations, at email@example.com or (210) 483-9196.
Save the Date for Alumni Reunion Weekend on May 12 and 13, 2023! Next May, we will honor classes ending in 3 and 8. Each year we seek Class Representatives to help coordinate class attendance at Alumni Reunion Weekend. Would you like to help with Alumni Reunion Weekend 2023?
Please contact Nancy Lee Archer ’16, Director of Alumni Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (210) 483-9196.
Are you interested in sharing your career expertise or life experiences with a particular class, club, or the student body? Our students appreciate hearing stories from and interacting with alumni who have walked the same halls they do every day.
If you are interested in being a guest lecturer on campus, please contact Nancy Lee Archer ’16, Director of Alumni Relations, at email@example.com or (210) 483-9196.
Do you have great news to share with your fellow SMH alumni? Maybe you landed your dream job, got married, had a baby, or took up a new hobby. Or, you just want to update your contact information! Fill out our online form by clicking the button below and filling the form out with your name, class year, email address, mailing address, latest news, and even upload photos. Your story may be highlighted in the Alumni Class Notes section of The Shield.
If you would like more information about our Alumni Program, want to visit campus, have questions about stories you’ve read in Nota Bene or The Shield, or would like to share your story with us, please contact:
Nancy Lee Archer ’16
Director of Alumni Relations
Take a look at what your classmates are up to in the Fall 2021 issue of The Shield. The Shield is published twice annually for parents, alumni, and friends of the school. Each issue contains interesting stories about the school, students, teachers, and alumni.
Read the Fall 2021 edition of The Shield! Established in 1879, Saint Mary’s Hall is known for its deeply rooted traditions. As the school advances into the 21st century, SMH is where tradition meets innovation. We invite you to read about some of the ways SMH melds traditional with creative and innovate forms of teaching and learning. Other highlights in this issue include our Class of 2021, Around the Hall stories about student and faculty accomplishments, and alumni celebrations and updates.
If you are not receiving The Shield and would like a printed copy or the digital edition, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth (Libba) Barnes
nee Elizabeth Anne McClelland
Class of 1956
June 1, 2022
Delmar (Del) David Baker, Jr.
Class of 1957
March 21, 2022
Lawrence Alan Beck
Class of 1969
March 14, 2022
Helen Kleberg Groves
nee Helen King Kleberg
Class of 1945
May 6, 2022
Chadwick Gandy Neely
Class of 1992
March 7, 2022
Catherine (Tinka) Cocke Tarver
nee Catherine Cocke
Class of 1949
February 26, 2022
Drusilla (Lanie) Yoder Williams
nee Drusilla Lanier Yoder
Class of 1958
April 16, 2022
Anne O’Connor Hutchins
May 16, 2022
Michael Steven Seiferth
March 8, 2022
English Teach and Residents Hall Advisor
Jarett C. Aiken
March 11, 2022
Father of Ebony Aiken ’15, Jabari Aiken ’18, Jonathan Aiken ’24, and Joshua Aiken ’24
Arthur P. Allison, Jr.
January 24, 2022
Father of Frederick Arthur Allison ’91
Edward Eugene Anderson, Jr.
February 12, 2022
Grandfather of Edward (Chip) Ratcliffe Anderson IV ’24 and Elizabeth (Eva) Vaughn Anderson ’26
Marvin Wolf Barenblat
Father to Rachel Evelyne Barenblat ’92
March 11, 2022
Dr. James Quincy Barnes, Sr.
March 3, 2022
Grandfather to John Ransone Hartz ’23, Vivian Elizabeth Hartz ’20, James Bailey (JB) Marshall ’17, and Mamie Kathryne Barnes-Horton ’11
Jack A. Berridge
January 28, 2022
Grandfather of James (Jimmie) Grant Gillum II ’10, Jeffrey Alexander Gillum ’11, Christopher (Chris) Andrew Berridge ’14, Matthew Herrmann Berridge ’16, John (Jack) Berridge Gillum ’18, Samuel (Sam) Joseph Berridge ’19, Luke Carroll Berridge ’19, Caroline Rene Berridge ’21, George McNulty (Mac) Berridge ’28, John Warbritton (Britton) Berridge ’27, and Emile Elise Berridge ’30
Joe Erwin Carmack
May 22, 2022
Grandfather to Kim Carmack Muckleroy ’78
Aaron Kyle Conlee
April 9, 2022
Father of Abigail Conlee ’29 and Henry Conlee ’31
Lawrence Alan Conn
April 25, 2022
Husband to Laura Herlocker Conn ’89 and Father to Madison Elizabeth Conn ’22
Charles (Chad) George Dan III
January 16, 2022
Husband of Nicole (Nikki) Love Dan ’78
James R. Dublin
February 22, 2022
Grandfather to Celia Luna Guerra ’18 and Max Javier Guerra ’20
Maria Isabel Fernandez
February 26, 2022
Mother to Maria Amelia Siguario Fernandez ’03
Vernon Charles Friesenhahn
February 7, 2022
Father of Jessica Kathleen Friesenhahn ’95
Patricia Holden Frost
March 1, 2022
Grandmother to Houston Korth Frost ’99, Josephine Houston Frost ’15, and Julia Clary Frost ’16
Mckenney (Mac) Raba Gentis
January 17, 2022
Brother of Vivienne (Vivi) Elizabeth Gentis
Miriam Siegel Hyman Grossman
June 1, 2022
Grandmother to Brandon Elliot Grossman ’96, Christopher Sanchez Grossman ’03, and Stacey Lauren Sanchez ’00
Joan Powell Jackson
January 11, 2022
Grandmother of Becky Ann Galentine ’05 and Chadburn Powell Galentine ’07
Mary Lou Kaestner
February 26, 2022
Grandmother to Branden James Kaestner ’13
Lena Mairee Kelley
January 29, 2022
Mother of Toyja E. Kelley, Sr. ’94
Kathryn Barragan LeFlore
February 24, 2022
Grandmother of Byron Louis LeFlore III ’18 and Kaitlyn Elizabeth LeFlore ’21
Ruth Levinson Lerner
February 5, 2022
Grandmother of Bradley Stephen Belasco ’09
February 8, 2022
Grandmother of John Deaver (Deaver) Alexander III ’08, Cadell Liedtke Alexander ’11, and Roberto (Berto) Kleberg Alexander ’14
John Herbert MacNaughton
February 28, 2022
Grandfather of Ainslee Kellogg MacNaughton ’10 and Taylor Ivy MacNaughton ’10
June 6, 2022
Husband to Barbara Crossette McGaughy ’48
Albert Maverick McNeel, Jr.
March 31, 2022
Father to Shelby Maverick McNeel Miller ’78
Herman (Buddy) A. Meyer, Jr.
February 4, 2022
Grandfather of William David Bankler ’24 and Benjamin Aaron Bankler ’22
Joe D. Nava
January 28, 2022
Grandfather of Isabella (Isa) Emma Nava ’24
James Robeson “Coach Jim” Potter, Jr.
June 9, 2022
Grandfather to Matthew James Scannell ’20
Edward (Butch) Sagebiel, Jr.
May 21, 2022
Husband to Ruth Sagebiel (Frmr Fac/Staff and father to Micah Stephen Sagebiel ’97
and Laurel Elizabeth Sagebiel ’99
Rita R. Serna
February 16, 2022
Grandmother of Alejandra Carina Serna ’16, Baltazar Serna III ’20, and Cesar Andres Serna ’27
Louise A. Straus
January 23, 2022
Grandmother of Natalie Straus ’03 and Rene Straus ’03
Melissa Strock Thurmond
March 23, 2022
Grandmother to Lacey Marguerite Thurmond ’11
This list contains information received January 11, 2022-June 23, 2022.
Contact Alumni Relations
Nancy Lee Archer ’16
Director of Alumni Relations
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