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Chelsea Gray '10 Sparkles With the Sparks

 

Chelsea Gray, Class of 2010, is a force to be reckoned with as pointed out in the following article in the "W"

 

The W Is It: Chelsea Gray is the heir apparent to Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi

 

She's on her way to being the sport's next point guard legend. Plus, several other cool things you may have missed.

 

On June 2, an exhausted Los Angeles Sparks Team flew across the country 10 New York without an injured Candace Parker for an 11 a m east coast time game against the Liberty. LA. was also down center Maria Vadeeva, who scored 24 points in the season opener before returning to Russia for EuroBasket commitments, and back-to-back reigning Defensive Player of the Year Alana Beard. That combination created a recipe for disaster ... until they still won, 78-73. That happened because Chelsea Gray is the best active point guard in the world, and her touch only gets smoother when the pressure is dialed to the max.

 

To close out the Sparks' comeback against the Liberty, Gray went on a 12-4 run herself In the final two minutes and 32 seconds. She drained two of the three 3-pointers she attempted, plus a layup and four free throws. Without Parker and Vadeeva, Gray had to become L.A.'s all-around All-Star, playing around teammates who aren't known to create their own looks.

 

Despite those absences, L.A. is 3-2, with a signature win over a bitter rival thanks to - who else - Gray. In an 89-85 road win on national television against the Minnesota Lynx, Gray scored the Spar1<:s' final three buckets from the field to secure another win. The final shot came on a fadeaway from the baseline with just eight seconds to play to ice the game She totaled 21 points on 8-01-12 shooting

 

There are levels to Gray's command over the floor. At 5'11 , she is far from the tallest, but she's strong enough to defend those who tower over her. She's nimble too, which is how she's become one of the league leaders in steals.

 

On the offensive end, she's a wrecking ball of controlled dominance She bounces off defenders, lets threes fly with a one-handed follow through, and flips passes behind her head

 

Above all else, she's one of the game's best and most consistent closers, Lynx fans remember her well from Game 1 of the 2017 Finals, when she swished home the game-winner in Minnesota. The Sparks went on to Win that series in five games. They also remember her from the season opener in 2018, when she drove to the cup and flipped in a left-handed layup at the buzzer to slay the Lynx again.

 

Gray has reinforcements coming when Parker, Vadeeva, and Beard come back, but she's used the beginning of this season 10 show that she's her own star ready 10 lead a Winning team. The W has plenty of other great point guards, like Chicago's Courtney Vandersloot, ConnectICUt's Courtney Williams, and Las Vegas' Kelsey Plum. But Gray has become the standout next-best alter Taurasi and BIrd. She's the future of the position, and the absences of Parker and Vadeeva are only allowing us to see it sooner. (6/16)

 

 

 

 

 

Jacki Gemelos, '06 Professional Basketball Player

 

Jacki Gemelos, Class of 2006 and USC Alumnus, stopped by the SMHS campus on May 31, 2019 to catch up with all the goings on.

 

Jacki is currently playing professional basketball in Italy. She is a member of The Schio Basketball Team which is part of the Serie A1 Premier National League for Women's Basketball. Schio just won the 2019  Italian Women's Basketball Championship.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andrew Wertman '97 Named Offier of the Year

 

Stockton CHP Officer Andrew Wertman, Class of 1997, was honored by the Manteca Rotary as Officer of the Year. (5/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Aquira DeCosta '18 Invited to White House

 

 

Aquira DeCosta Class of 2018 was invited to the Oval Office today with her Baylor National Champion Teammates to be recognized by President Donald Trump on their achievement. The President was presented with a signed basketball and jersey No.1 by the team. (4/19)

 

 -Be who you are and be that well.

 

 

 

David Carranza '12 Gets Fulbright

 

David Carranza, Class of 2012 received the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, named after Sen. J. William Fulbright, to study Healthcare Policy in Finland. David is currently a student at The Thomas J. Long, School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at The University of the Pacific, Class of 2019. He is one of approximately 1600 American Students to receive the scholarship from The U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DeCosta '18  Member of 2019 National Championship Team

 

Aquira DeCosta, just in her freshman year at Baylor, scored 11 points in the NCAA Tournament to help her team on its way to the NCAA Women's Basketball Championship for 2019 as Baylor beat Notre Dame 82-81.  In an earlier article, the Record featured Aquira:

 

A little over a year ago, Aquira DeCosta was finishing her senior season at St. Mary’s High, with some

iteration of the phrase “Baylorbound” following the basketball star nearly every step of the way.

 

Today, she and the rest of the topseeded Lady Bears are bound for the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight. DeCosta, a freshman forward for Baylor, and her teammates will take on No. 2 Iowa at 4 p.m., with the game airing on ESPN2. The winner moves on to the Final Four, a victory away from playing for a national title.

 

The St. Mary’s High graduate was The Record’s 2018 Female Athlete of the Year, as well as a McDonald’s All-American and a Jordan Brand Classic All-American. She won Sac-Joaquin Section championships all four years with the Rams, and was part of a state championship team her freshman season under head coach Tom Gonsalves.

 

As used to big moments as she might be, March Madness has been one of the highlights of her first season at Baylor, which has included a Big 12 Conference title and an overall record of 34-1. “I’ve been enjoying the process of trying to get used to a new system and a new environment,” she said Sunday in a phone interview. “It’s been a fun ride.” More

 

 

 

 

Bryan Rooney '98 Honored

 

Bryan Rooney, Class of 1998, was named the CCAA and West Coast Region coach of the year. He is the head basketball coach for Cal State East Bay (3/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Briscoe '66 Featured Speaker at President's Club Dinner

 

John Briscoe is a San Francisco poet, author, lawyer and restaurateur. He has published poetry, articles on law, literature and history, and several books including Crush: The Triumph of California Wine, The Lost Poems of Cangjie, and Tadich Grill: The Story of San Francisco’s Oldest Restaurant. Since 1972 he has argued and tried cases in the United States Supreme Court, in the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, and in courts across the country. The senior partner in the San Francisco law firm Briscoe Ivester & Bazel LLP, Briscoe served as a special adviser to the United Nations concerning the environmental devastation caused by Iraq’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait during the Gulf War, and has represented nations in boundary and in law-of-war disputes. A distinguished fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, he has served for 22 years on the advisory board of the creative-writing MFA program at St. Mary’s College of California. He sits on the boards of several historical societies, and other organizations as well. Briscoe is co-owner of Sam’s Grill in San Francisco, founded in 1867 and the fifth-oldest restaurant in the United States.(3/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gabe Vincent '14 Jersey Retired

 

Gabe Vincent, Class of 2014, who plays professionally with the NBA Stockton G Kings was honored during the playoff game on February 13, 2019 by having his jersey retired. Gave excelled in both academics and basketball at St. Mary's and U.C. Santa Barbara, breaking many records along the way prior to joining the  Kings. (2/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Doug Martin '07 Drops In For Visit

 

Doug Martin, Class of 2007 and a member of the Oakland Raiders dropped in to visit with Coach Frnaks and stayed to see the  the Rams defeat Granite Bay in the Sac-Joaquin Playoffs. Here he is pictured with three big fans of himself and the Rams from Presentation School, Andrew Kozina, Brady Dobson and Mason Spence

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                            

 

 

 

Peter Morelli '69 Retires as NFL Referee

 

Peter Morelli, Class of 1969, former president of St. Mary's High School and a long time NFL official, officiated his final game, the2019 Pro Bowl as he announced his retirement from an officiating career that took him from high school sports to the National Football League where he attained the title of Referee. (1/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1969 Men's Basketball Champs Celebrate 50th Anniversary

 

A reception where the team could catch up with news of their lives and reminisce about their years at St. Mary's followed by a recognition of accomplishments during the evening's basketball game brought a gathering of the 1969 Rams MVL Championship team together on January 25th. Team Manager Jack Jacobs and six of the original squad were able to make the affair. (1/19)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hanah Ketcherside '18 Featured in The Record

 

Hanah Ketcherside Class of 2018 was featured in The Record for collecting more than 55,000 pairs of socks to distribute to the poor at St. Mary's Dining Hall.

 

Hanah first organized a sock drive when she was 7 years old. Now 18, she continues to do so, balancing those duties as she studies accounting and plays for University of the Pacific women’s tennis team. She collects the socks year-round, sorts and prepares them for delivery. “I try to do that in between studying and other things,” she said. (12/18)

 

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Separated by 50 Years

 

50 years of Ram spirit came together when alumnus Peter Morelli, Class of 1969 and former President of St. Mary's was greeted by current student body president, Spencer Loewen, Class of 2019, after the 49'er's game on December 16, 2018 at which Morelli officiated.  (12/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duane Isetti '59 Named Stocktonian of the Year

 

Duane Isetti, Class of 1959, who was a star quarterback and later returned to coach football at St. Mary's where he was All-League coach from 1970-1977 and a member of the St. Mary's High School Hall of Fame, was honored as the 2018 Stocktonian of the year. The award was presented to him as a surprise at the Community Foundation of San Joaquin.that he heads by  the Central Valley Association of Realtors and the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce naming him the 65th Stocktonian of the Year.

 

From The Record Article:

 

Isetti has spent his life serving the community, especially nonprofit agencies.

 

“I remember listening to a person who said the most valuable thing we have isn’t necessarily money, it’s our time,” said Isetti, who was presented with a commemorative football signed by those in attendance. “And so I kind of bought into that idea of giving back and using your time to provide service

 

Fitting was the location of the presentation, as Isetti said his proudest achievement was establishing the Community Foundation of San Joaquin some 10 years ago to help foster the needs of nonprofits.

 

“I saw the need to have one in our county. We were one of the few that never had one,” Isetti said. “To get this going was a dream that I’ve had. To see what it’s doing now and how it’s growing and impacting our society makes me feel good.”

 

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Phil Agdeppa'98-Hero

Phil Agdeppa, Class of 1998, a California Highway Patrol Flight Officer/Paramedic was among 4 officers presented with the Medal of Valor from the California State Fire Fighters Association. Phil and his fellow air officers were responsible for saving 41 people from death during the Napa fires, plunging their helicopter repeatedly flew through hurricane-force winds into and among the flames to rescue people without a thought for their own safety. Due to their extraordinary courage, self-sacrifice and commitment to helping others, Phil and his fellow officers exemplified the finest qualities of heroes, putting love of others above love of self.

Phil has also been awarded the highest honor that can be given to a law enforcement officer in the state of California, the Governor's Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor. The award is given to those who.  through their actions have shown their extraordinary valor above and beyond the call of duty.

Officer Agdeppa was presented the award by the Governor and the  Attorney General of California

Phil was a guest of honor at the annual Blue Mass held at St. Marys on November 20, 2018. (11/18)

 

 

Baseball Alumni Game

 

 

Poor air qualioty could not stop the 1st Baseball Alumni game that was held at St. Mary's on November 17, 2018.

 

The well-attended game was won by Team White who edged Team Green on a walk off base hit. A great time was had by all. (11/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stockton Athlelic Hall of Fame Inducts Alumni and Coach

 

Two Alumni and a favorite coach at St. Mary's have been inducted into the Stockton Athletic Hall of Fame.

 

Jesus “Sue″ Valverde '29: The recipient of the Memorial Award, he played football, basketball and baseball at St. Mary’s and was considered one of the best athletes of his era in Stockton. He passed away in 1959 at the age of 48.

 

Dave Lozano '72: A baseball star at St. Mary’s, Lozano was drafted in the 12th round in 1973 by the New York Mets. He played six seasons in the Mets’ organization. Lozano is also a member of the Stockton Mexican Sports Hall of Fame and St. Mary’s High School Hall of Fame.

 

Steve Towne: A native of Long Beach, Towne came to town to play quarterback for University of the Pacific. He coached at Pacific from 1983-88 and from 1989-2001 was the head coach at St. Mary’s High, going 92-48-3 with three league titles and eight playoff appearances. He was also the Rams’ head track coach on two occasions (1994-97, 2002-2010). (11/18)

 

 


Christian Almanza '18 Golden Glove

 

Christian Almanza, Class of 2018 was recognized by the American Baseball Coaches Association with the ABCA/Rawlings Gold Glove award as the top defensive first basemen in the country.  

 

Christian was also recognized by the ABCA as the top first baseman in Region 8 of the All-Region Team.  That team consists of players from California, Nevada and Hawaii.  Christian is currently continuing his academics and baseball career at the University of Utah. (11/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gabe Vincent '14 New Stockton Kings Player

 

Gabe Vincent, Class of 2014 is an affiliate player for the Sacramento Kings playing for the new Stockton Kings G League team. Gabe played for UC Santa Barbara where he averaged 12.4 points per game, 3.3 assists, 1.9 rebounds and 1.1 steals in 29.1 minutes.

 

“This is a perfect situation for me,” Vincent said. “Knowing that I need to develop as a player and grow, and to be in Stockton, close to home. It’s picture perfect.”

 

Gabe's former and current SM Coach, Ken Green told The Record: “It will be special to watch Gabriel play here. He really flourished at St. Mary’s. He’s the kind of person Stockton should be very proud of. He’s worked hard. He didn’t luck into this thing. Gabriel gave of himself to the team and school,” Green said. “He treated everyone the way he would want to be treated."

 

Speaking of his experience at St. Mary's Gave stated “When I went to St. Mary’s, everyone was so welcoming. The coaches, the team, the other students were all great.” (11/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rivals Reminiscing

 

October 26, 2018 marked the 50th anniversary of the first SM-Lincoln game coached by Duane Isetti, Class of 1959. Alumni players and their Trojan rivals from years past gathered at the Chase Family Athletic Center for a reception, followed by participating in a ceremonial coin toss to commemorate the event.

 

Coach Duane Isetti and Assistant Coach Tom Conway reminisced with the players and their families about the 1968 football season, telling stories and sharing good memories.

 

The event was organized by Bob Perasso, Class of 1969 and a member of the Board of Directors of St. Mary''s High School. Both Bob and Peter Morelli, retired President of St. Mary's and an NFL official, and George Gibson, also a member of the Board of Directors for St. Mary's High School were members of the varsity football team coached by Duane Isettil

 

A September 21, 2012 article in the Record spoke of and quoted Duane Isetti  "(He) was a freshman at St. Mary’s in 1955, just one year after Lincoln High opened its doors. He played for the Rams and later coached the St. Mary’s football team, from 1968 to 1979.

 

“I remember playing in those initial games,” Isetti said. “It was a great rivalry. A lot of it was because the players knew each other. They all grew up in north Stockton together. They were friends.

 

“One thing I remember: It was always very sportsmanlike. I really respected their players and coaches, and I believe they respected us.”  (10/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kerri Smith '93 Publishes First Novel

 

Kerri Smith Class of 1993, who writes under the names of Kerri Majors and Kerri Maher, has published her first novel, The Kennedy Debutante which was released on October 2, 2018. She is also the author of This Is Not A Writing Manual: Notes for the Young Writer in the Real World (Writer’s Digest Books), and the Founder of YARN, both under the name Kerri Majors. She maintains a website as kerrymaher.com

Kerry lives in Weston, Massachusetts. (10/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All in the Family

 

Alum  Mirko Kozina '72, senior partner at Mayall Hurley, his sons Mirko '97 an attorney at Mayall Hurley, Paul '01 a Deputy District Attorney for San Joaquin County, and daughter Christine '10 a paralegal for Mayall Hurley took a moment to take a group photo at the San Joaquin County Courthouse. (8/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chelsea Gray '10 Helps Lead WBNA West All Stars

 

Chelsea Gray a guard for the Los Angeles Sparks, played to the west in the WBNA All Star game for 2018. They beat the east 119-112.  Chesea had 5 points, 2 asists and 5 rebouinds during her 18 minutes of play. This is the second time that Chelsea has been selected for this prestigious award. Chelsea is known for her excellent ability as a play maker and generous team mate. She leads the WNBA with a 50.9 field goal percentage, and scores an average of 15.8 points per game. (7/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kat Tudor, '16, Brings Home Gold for the USA

 

Kat Tudor Class pf 2-16, was on the Team USA squad playing internationally in the1st Annual FISU Games in Sao Paolo, Brazil. The Americans were well prepared and dominated their opponents finally beating Brazil in the championship game to capture the gold. (7/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dwight Jackson '15 Recognized for Good Works.

Dwight Jackson, Class Class 2015 has been nominated for the AFCA Good Works Team for the second straight year. Dwight leads the leads the  University of Puget Sound football program through several community initiatives in the Tacoma, Washington area. (7/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bro. Steven Vasoli, FSC '72 Honored

 

Brother Steven Vasoli, FSC,  is the Dean of Studies and Genre Literature Teacher at Centro de Formación Integral La Salle in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.  His tour of duty has included numerous ministries, including Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory in San Francisco, CA, La Salle High School in Pasadena, CA, Saint Mary’s College High School in Berkeley, CA, and San Miguel High School in Tucson, Arizona.  He also served for several years in schools and formation ministry in Guatemala, as well as formation ministry in the District of San Francisco.

 

Recently he was honored by the Distinguished Lasallian Educator Award. When introducing him Brother Daniels remarked, “In his 38 years as a Brother, Brother Steven has served in various high schools, always attentive to those most in need, and bringing students into encounters of service with those in greater need.  While serving in Guatemala with the formation of young men considering the Brother’s life, he took them, too, on immersion experiences for and with people in need.  Later in a similar role in the USA, Brother Steven not only brought the Postulants into immersion experiences, but volunteered as a tutor for inner city youth and assisted immigrants in establishing their lives in a new country.  As founding Director of the community at San Miguel High School in Tucson, AZ, he brought his wealth of experience to the service of the underserved families there.  Br. Steven Vasoli has confronted new poverties with generosity, compassion and practical know-how.”

 

The annual honors educators who exemplify the ideals of Saint John Baptist de La Salle, Patron of Christian Teachers of Youth.  The award is sponsored by Christian Brothers Conference and is presented in the name of all Lasallians of the Lasallian Region of North America (RELAN) to honorees from each of the RELAN Districts. (6/18)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News and Information

 

The Sister Colette Standart, O.P. Alumni Room was dedicated in honor of Sister Collette, Class of 1929.  It is located in the Library area of the Lagorio Administration /Classroom Building and contains memorabilia from 1876 to the present cataloging the schools history.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lost Alumni

The alumni office needs your help locating addresses for lost but not forgotten alumni. Please check the lists to see if you know of any lost sheep.


Visit the Alumni site for the list.  If you know the address for someone on the list, please send us an email

 

Events

 

 

 

The Hall of Fame honors those individuals or families,

  • who by reason of their involvement and service have made a significant impact on their local communities;

  • who have contributed significantly to their church communities;

  • whose lives can serve as models of the standards which St. Mary's wishes to impart to its own students;

  • who are supporters of St. Mary's High School

  • who have been instrumental in the development of St. Mary's and its programs.

 

For more information, please call the Development Office at 209-957-3340 Ext. 195

 

Hall of Fame Members

1991

Edward Burke, Sr. *

Charles K. “Bud” DeYoung  ’35 *

Duane Isetti  ‘59

Sr. Colette Standart, O.P., ’29 *

 

2005

Sr. David Barry, O.P. *

Ann Clark Stiefvater ’60*; George Clark ’62

Michael Clark ‘66

Steve Copello ‘71

Jon Gustorf

Sr. Marie Molini, O.P., ‘46

Edmond Rishwain *

 

1992

George E. Briare  ‘36

Larry J. Conti  ’36 *

Mary Simonelli Devincenzi  ’47 *

Daniel Leary *

 

2006

Angelo Galindo

David Khoury *

Vladimir (Mirko) Kozina ‘72

Joe ’53 & Connie Rishwain

Ernie Segale

 

1993

David Brewer *

John McNally, M.D. *

Joseph Oneto ’27 *

Lenore Copello Raspo *

 

2007

Luigi & Karen McGurk ’71 Gherardi

Eugene & Dianne Salvetti ’57 Gini

Linda Milhausen

Mario Starc ‘70

1994

Joseph Craig & Martha Zumstein  ’35 Craig *

Angel G. Cruz  ’26 *

Peter Morelli, Sr., ’37 *

Br. Neil McMenamin, O.S.F.S.

Max Paulsen

Carlos Sousa *

 

2008

Vince Augello ‘58

Dino & Joan Cortopassi

Marian Jacobs *

Merle Marquez *

John Zeiter, M.D., ‘80

1995

Michael Canlis ’34 *

George Gibson ‘69

Veronica Pezzi  ‘57

Dan & Cathy Silva

 

2009

Lex A. Corrales ‘62

Fr. Xavier J. Harris, O.F.M. *

Ernest Medina ‘49

Peter D. Morelli ‘69

Ronald J. Schenone ’48 *

 

1996

Dario Bella, ‘41

Veva Brown *

Chief Edward Chavez ‘61

Gary Podesto ‘59

Nancy Cozzitorti Santos ’55 *

Nell DeYoung Stephens ’36 *

 

2010

John & Loretta Butorac

Hon.  Carol A. Corrigan ‘66

Mike & Joan Bianchi ’61 Heffernan

Sandi Taylor Misasi ‘68

Paul Scheet

 

 

1997

Fr. John P. Fallon, O.S.F.S.

Gene Isetti *

Kathleen Lagorio Janssen ‘64

Jack O’Keefe *

 

2011

Jim & Seldon Brusa

George Farros *

Mary Lou Sheehan Hoffman ‘59

Gerald Shipman ‘60

Joe Tei *

Carl Thompson ‘61

 

 

1998

Sam Abdallah *

John Little

Hon. Anthony Lucaccini  ‘65

Charles F. Vance ‘59

Joan Wainwright

 

2012

Doug Carruesco

Rev. Foley *

Dave Luchetti ‘63

Kathy Smith

Greg Traverso ‘79

Dr. Ronald Winter

 

1999

Michael J. Calosso ‘60

Richard Giambruno  ’58 *

Rose Simonelli Leonardini ‘48

Frank Lozano & Ramona Valverde  ’51 Lozano & Family

Dorothy Dossey Sanguinetti  ’34 *

2013

Tess Aberle

Paula Biscaia

Bernadicou Family

Armando Flores ‘61

Carlo Michelotti ’56 *

Tori Verber Salazar ‘83

 

 

2000

Joseph Crane *

William ’50 & Lorraine Rodgers Halvorson ’50 & Family

Ron Inge, ‘73

Kathy Reischman Salady  ‘59

Sr. Patricia Simpson, O.P., ‘56

 

2014

Kevin Costello

Sandra Medina Haberman ‘72

Lynn Hoffman

Denise Jones ‘72

Msgr. Richard Ryan, J.C.D.

William Trezza

2001

Greg Basso ’60 & Noreen Garavano ’62 Basso

Br. James Dorazio, O.S.F.S.

Joe Jacobs ’58 *

George & Stella Visgilio

 

2015

Ben Calderon ‘92

Brenda Calosso ’84 Pozzo

Patricia Edelman ’64 Gustorf

Richard Paulsen ‘77

Jennifer Schene ’78 Giannini

 

2003

James Acosta  ‘76

Gerald “Duke” Grilliot

Fr. Clark Kelley, O.S.F.S. *

Bob Perasso ‘69

Wayne & Gwen Segale

2017

Jean Knutsen Aguilar ‘77

Annette Vignolo Knowles ‘85

Margo Bisaccio Kozina

Felicia Quilantang-Rowley

Belinda Leinfelder Squires

Ed Sullivan

Dwight Swanson

 

2004

Msgr. James Erwin Cain *

Dr. Martin Langan

Annette Murdaca

Douglass Wilhoit, Jr., ‘61

Tony * & Madelyn Barkett ’44 Zeiter

 

 

+ Deceased

Members of the Athletic Hall of Fame

Joseph Abdullah '91

Jennifer Agresti

Jim Arbios ‘45

Ed Barakatt ‘47

Joe Barkett '67

Jason Bartlett '97

Dario Bella ‘41+

Robert Carruesco '65

George Casillas '83

Margo Castaneda '78

Ken Castles '55 (dec.)

Arthur Chapman '54

David Chapman '54

Bob Chinchiolo '55

Mike Clark

Careana Clay ‘80

Larry Conti ‘36 +

Michelle Cozad '01

Gregory De Cristofaro '64

John Ellis '91

Bob Garibaldi ‘82

Jon Giffen ‘77

Heidi C. Gluskin '90

Debra Goodrich ‘77

Jim Grady

Ken Green ‘82

Steve Green '78

Glenn Griffen

Jon Gustorf

Frank Halvorson '74

Von Hayes '76

Andrew Hill '91

Laurence Held ‘79

Larry Huiras '62

Art Hughes ‘42 +

Peter L. Inge '75

Ron Inge '73

Duane Isetti ‘59

Melanie Knott '87

Mark Kusanovich

Frank Linford '75

David Lozano '72

Jocelyn Mancebo '01

Don Mazzilli ‘77

Angela McShane '93

Nancy H. Mittelstadt '96

Antwine Murchison '81

Gregory O’Leary ‘77

Lynee L. Monckton '81

Laurie Hill Nero '93

Tom O’Neill

Rick Paulsen '77

Walter Payne '53

Aileen  Risso '82

Denise Rotert '91

Ray Silvas '54

Fred Shoemaker '70

Peter Shoemaker '68

Kevin Simmons '79

Christopher Smith '97

Ed Sprague ‘85

Rich Standart ‘70

Wayman Steed '47 +

Denise C. Stenger '83

E. Raymond Thames '80

Hal Toso ‘46 +

Steve Towne

Ben Valverde ‘47

Richard Valverde '52

Eric Williams ‘80

Mike Williams '74

Ted Yoneda

John Zidich '72

 

+Deceased

 

 

Varsity Football Team of 1960-61

Varsity Football Team of 1970-71

Varsity Football Team of 1971-72

Varsity Men's Basketball  of 1978-79

 

Athletic Hall Of Fame Committee

 

Jim Brusa

Tony Franks

Jon Gustorf

David Lozano

Angela Mcshane

 

Pat Morelli

Peter Morelli

Felicia Rowley

Steve Towne

 

The  St. Mary's Athletic Hall of Fame honors alumnus who have

distinguished themselves in the athletic arena.

 

 

SchoolPoP Program Helps Support St. Mary's

 

Schoolpop’s name-brand online merchants contribute up to 20% of every purchase you make to Saint Mary's High School. Use the link to begin supporting the school.

 

 

Reunions

 

Class reunions bring together not only fellow alum, but the memories of your time here at Saint Mary's.

 

Remember what it means to "keep forever bright our trust in the Green and White."

 

Bring back the memories of you times at St. Mary's. Enjoy hared experiences, the many adventures of life that have come and a chance to re-connect with your fellow classmates. A Ram Reunion, now that is something.

 

PLEASE  CONTACT: Stefani Delucchi  AT 209-957-3340 ext. 195 or by  e-mail for more information.AFTER EVENT: Send reunion highlights, pictures, and any updated alumni addresses to SMHS Development Office @ P.O. Box 7247 – Stockton, CA 95267 or you can email Stefani Delucchi

 

  

 

 

 

 

Class Representatives

Are you interested in assisting with promoting alumni and fundraising events to your classmates, identifying and cultivating prospective donors, and assisting with reunions? The Development Office is seeking those who will work with the members of their class in strengthening the strong bonds with St. Mary's High School. Join the following alumni members who have volunteered their time.


 

1952 Coraleta Feary Rogers

 

1955 Jim & Susan Bertrand

 

1956 Joan Costa Bottini

 

1957 Phil & Kathy Asborno

Dianne Gini

Robert Raspo

Janet Jones Tucker

 

1958 Carole Kiefer

 

1960 Nola Moccafiche

 

1961 Loretta Lechich

 

1964 Bonnie Cannon Phelps

 

1969 Suzan Flott Bolski

 

1970 Jean McGurk

 

1971 Deby Caporusso

 

1972 Bill Stewart

 

1973 Judy Flores Gabbard

Linda Halvorson Haley

 

1975 Ellen Scriven

 

1978 Margo McGillvray Castaneda

 

1979 Shelly Mulvihill Moreira

 

 

1980 Dena Huiras Hernandez

 

1988 Greg Weaver

 

1989 Danielle Peirano Bo

 

1990 Lisa Basso Rossi

 

1994 Natalie Mussi

 

1996 Robert Anderson

 

1997 Corinne Copello

 

1999 Brooke Bryant

Emily Roberts

 

2000 Nathan Mussi

Liz Vernengo

 

2001 Jessica Romo Wylie

 

2002 Alexis Mussi

 

2003 Susan Ryan

Michael K. Fujinaka

 

2004 Jillian Wong

Ashley Hullen

 

2005 Kasey Malcoun

Meghan Sullivan

 

2007 Sarah Sullivan

 

 

If you are interested in representing your class, please contact the Development Office.

Alumni, We Need You!

 

Pledge Form

 

Saint Mary's High School depends on the generosity of its Alumni and Friends in order to continue its mission of educating young men and women to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world. You can do your part by supporting this mission with a donation of money, property or real estate. Please consider giving back to the community that has given so much.

 

 

 

 

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St. Mary's High School

Development Office
5648 N. El Dorado St.
Stockton, CA 95207

(209) 957-3340 Extension 180