The Daily Herald from Chicago, Illinois on May 26, 2001 · Page 88
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PAGE 2 SECTION 5 DAILY HERALD Benet Academy: Glass of 2001 SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2001 D3 dailyherald.com How to reach us All numbers are area code 630 unless indicated. . Mailing address: P.O. Box 2497, Naperville, IL 60567-2497 Fax:955-0895 General information: 955-3500 Home delivery: 955-0007 Back issues: (847) 427-4733 Classified/want ads: 955-0008; wantads@dailyherald.com Display ads: 955-3559; sales@dailyherald.com Have a complaint or a compliment? Call customer service at (847) 427-4333. News tips Got a tip? Need to talk with an editor or reporter? General newsroom (8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.): 955-3500; news@dailyherald.c6m News tip hotline (5 p.m.-8:30 a.m.): (847) 427-4440; news@dailyherald.com DuPage County staff Editor Jim Davis, 955-3535, jdavis@dailyherald.com City Editor Bob Smith, 955-3531, rsmith@dailyherald.com County reporter: Diana Wallace 955-3511, dwallace@dailyherald.com County courts: Christy Gutowski, 955-3537, cgutowski@dai!yherald.com General Assignment Reporter: Stacy St. Clair, 955-3523, sstclair@dailyherald.com Local staff Lisle, Naperville City Editor: Bob Smith, 955-3531, rsmith@dailyherald.com Assistant City Editor Christie Willhite, 955-3536, cwillhite@dailyherald.com Community news coordinator KatZeman, 955-3532, kzeman@dailyherald.com Reporters Lisfe: Marni Pyke, 955-3515, mpyke@dailyherald.com Naperville: Susan Stevens, 955-3524, sstevens@dailyherald.com David Ferrara, 955-3573, dferrara@dailyherald.com Naperville, Aurora schools: Kari Hartman, 955-3527, khartman@dailyherald.com Business section With the most extensive market listings of any daily Send business tips to business@dailyherald.com Editor's desk: (847) 427-4565, jkane@dailyherald.com DuPage business reporter: Sarah Mawhorr, (847) 427-4544, smawhorr@dailyherald.com Commitments Wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements Published the third Sunday of each month For forms by mail, call (847) 427-4495 or e-mail ntwohey@dailyherald.com Obituaries Call (847) 427-4776; obits@dailyherald.com Benet Academy Class of 2001 Joseph Agostinelli, Nicolas Aguilar, Kathryn Aiello, Sibil Aikara, Bradley Al- brccht, Jesse Allison, Robert Anderson, Michael Anselmo, IslaArcaro, Jeanette Ayotte, Deborah Ayuste, Jorie Bagdzius, Christopher Bak, Patrick Baldwin, Elizabeth Balick, Guy W. Barcelona Jr., Eileen Basso, Lisa Baumgartner. Christina Bax, Leslie Bembinster, Matthew Berres, Daniel Binder, Patrick Blakemore, Gregory Bobak, Scott Bocek, Thomas Bock, Brian Bockrath, Jacqueline Boulanger, Keith Bracy, Brian Branca, Bridget Brennan, James Bridges, John Brosnan, Kathiyn Brouman, Ashley Brown, Kevin Budd, Alexander Budiman, Dominick Bufalino, Stefanie Buhelos, David Buishas, Brian Bums. Jennifer Campione, Brandon Campo, Patrick Cannizzaro, Michaela Carpio, Amy Carqueville, Riley Carrier, Kathryn Case, David Cesa, Thomas Chelman, John Chisholm, Nicholas A. Ciotola Jr., John Cise, Jennifer Clark, Ruth Cocjin, Kathleen Conniff, Mark Connolly, William Connolly, Scott Coren, Robert Corsentino, John P. Cosgrove III, Michael Coughlin, Megan Coulomb, Brian Covert, Matthew Cull. Curt DeCaro, Theresa DeSantis, Ryan Delack, Alzonia A. Dennis IV, Natalie Desmaretz, Benita Dharmaraj, Caitlin DiCola, Anne Dills, Jamie Dimatteo, Christopher Diya, Susan Dockus, Elizabeth Domino, Anne Donovan, Ashley Doughty, Aimee Dreiss, Lucas Dreyer, Ellen Drinan, Meghan Dunn, Thomas C. Durnell III, Jaclyn Eddy, Megan Edwards, Jacqueline Elliott, Michael Elliott, Richard Elliott. Emmett Farrar, Caleb Fisher, Bryan Flynn, ioel Fontanarosa, Carolyn Forgue, Melissa Forsberg, David Fox, Lisa Fredricks, Michael Frigo, Ryan Galant, Nicole Gallicchio, John Gannon, John Garrett, Lita Gedvilas, Laura Geist, Bryan Gilbert, Guillermo I. Gonzales III, Matthew Greenfield, Matthew Grigas, Jason Gucwa, Kara Guzman. Bridget Halligan, Nicholas Hanlon, DAILY HERALD TILE I'HOTO/TANIT (ARUSAN Senior Amanda Noonan receives the Outstanding Christian Service Award this month from Sister Mary Bratsovsky. Nathaniel Hartmann, Kristin Hatcher, Jinny Hazard, Ryan Higgins, Marisa Hilger, Paul Horbal, Rachel Howell, Nicholas Hudalla, Rebecca Hughes, Timothy Hum], Mary Idstein, Amanda Jain, Jonathan Janulis, Jason Jedinak, Brian Johnson, Danielle Jones, Ross Julien, Rachel Jurado. Amanda Kammes, Matthew Kandl, Christian Kane, MarkKearins, Courtney Kelly, Maura Kelly, Andrew Kenna, Christina Kennedy, Tessa Khalaieff, Katie King, Michael Kinsella, Theresa Kissane, Jill Klima, Courtney Kohout, Daniel Kolavo, Ryan Koller, Sabrina Kolpacki, John Kouba, Diane Kraemer, Ryan Kralka, Kimberly Kroenke, Gavin Kubes, Michael Kuszynski. Jennifer Langert, Kathleen Laughlin, Christopher Litwicki, Mark Locascio, Timothy Lowery, Jessica Madon, Brian Maguire, Rona Manor, Briana Malecki, Melissa Manila, Erin Marciniec, Kurt Marino, Lindsay Markin, Steven Marshall, Megan Martin, Jillian Mascio, Elizabeth Massura, Geoffrey Matteson, Kieran Matthews, Eric Mayer, Jack' McCabe, Monica McCahill, Patrick McCarthy. Bryan McCarthy, Megan McCarty, Daniel McCuilough, Christopher McGarrity, Joseph McKay, Patrick McKenna, Patrick Mclaughlin, Meghan McSherry, Stephen Meaney, Stephen MeeJJ, Justin Mertz, Patricia Michalak, Eric Mikowski, Rasa Milo, Jacqueline Mimnaugh, Abigail Misko, Stefanie Mitchell, Jacqueline Moncada, Sean Moran, Colleen Morrissy, Jennifer Mullins, Patrick Murphy, Flynn Murphy, SalvadorMurra. Thomas Naset, Brett Natarelli, Kathryn Neary, Krista Nestor, David Nettleton, Kathryn Nicholson, Amanda Noonan, Matthew Norris, R. Timothy Novel, Erin O'Brien, William O'Brien, Rebecca O'Hallorah, Patrick O'Hara, Colleen O'Toole, A. Charles Obrnaces, Shea Olewinski, Elizabeth Olp, Sara Padalik, Christopher Pagnucci, John Palys, Jennifer Pardales, Brandon Parker, Michael Paul, Jay Pepitone. Sarah' Pesavento, Jessica Peterek, William Petty, Daniel Pierson, Christopher Pilat, Jennifer Pilat, Meredith Pope, Michelle Posch, Jennifer Poulin, Michael Predny, Melissa Prucha, Benjamin Pultorak, Ausra Pumputis, Kathleen Quigley, Matthew Raczkowski', Jaclyn Rada, Michael Rakas, MakenzieRandel, Elizabeth Rath, Ryan Regan, Justin Re- jowski, Candice Reyes, Ryan Rivera, Luke Rojo, Paul Ruginis, Thomas Ryan. PatrickSablich, Kathryn Santo, Steven Saul, Meredith Sauls, Aaron Schielke; Michael Schlachter, Theresa Schmieder, Elizabeth Schmitt, Sarah Schmitt, Michael Schroeder, Joseph Shea, Kelly Sheehan, Adam Simon, Lauren Slu- necko, Jamie Snydel, Kathryn Socha, Anthony Soldato, Kelly Spear, Chapin Springer, Conor Sterbenz, MollyStofen, Michael Sullivan, Faith Svach, Elisabeth Szczech, Steven Szymanski. Eleanor Tapia, Nicholas Tatro, Stephen Taylor, Jonathan Tetik, Robin Thomas, Molly Tiemey, Robert Tivadar, Nicole Torres, Timothy Traver, Lawrence Trost, Meghan Truskey, Brian Unser, Robert Urgo, Jaisy Vacha, Elizabeth Vandlik, Erin Venard, James Vergara, Daniel Villageliu, Karen Vojtik, Bradley Voller, Kathryn Vbsicky. Kristen Wannemaicer, Lesley Warner, Laura Waters, Paul Weber, Theresa Wenzel, Michael Wheeler, Mark Wilke. Patrick Wimp, Timothy WLrtz, David Worniak, Joanne Ybe, Andrea Alain Yu, Rebekah Zaluzec, Cristy Zeier, David Zi- ganto, Bryan Zindrick, Kevin Zindrick. Goodbye: Friends made the difference for seniors Continued fmm Page 1 pier than to see her succeed," he said. "She's always willing to run the extra sprint or go to die extra rehearsal." Senior Leslie Warner thanked her friend Kim Kroenke for being a "guardian angel." "When 1 came to gym class sobbing about my trigonometry test, you gently consoled me and gave me hope." Mark Locascio found it difficult to single out one person who made Benet special because "there's a special type of unity here." "I'm going to talk about everyone at Benet," Locascio said. "What we've created here is very important." Joanna Ybe recalled the trials of being a new student at Benet. "Freshman year is the toughest year, especially for me... 1 had a horrible haircut,""she said. But thanks to friend Michaela Carpio, Ybe survived. "It's good to feel I know someone in my life that 1 can trust completely," she said. Courtney Kohout mingled tears and laughter in her speech. "Look at us now, we're seniors," she said. Although she's headed for Notre Dame University, Kohout promised "Look at these friendships as God's concrete example of love in the world." The Rev. Jude Randall to "visit next year." "It will be weird going to school withoutyou guys," she said. Instead of honoring a fellow student, Kohout concentrated on "the man with the stern face and the red blazer... my religion teacher and my friend." That person was Principal Ernie Stark, who convinced the lonely first- year student not to transfer to Downers Grove South High School. "Mr. Stark, I thank you so much. Without you, 1 would have gone to another school," Kohout said. "In my freshman year, you went beyond your duties to love and care for me." Before the service ended, the Rev. Jude Randall, Benet's president, told students to cherish the relationships they formed at school. "Look at these friendships," he said, "as God's concrete example of love in the world." Graduation Day Performers Benet Academy Madrigals Salutatorian John Cosgrove III Valedictorian Theresa Wenzel News of the Year • Construction and opening of fine arts center • Homecoming dance held outside • Boys soccer team wins the Class A state championship • Christmas Drive approaches school fund-raising record • Benet stages "The Will Rogers Follies" at North Central College's PfeifferHal! Class song lyrics Red and White Our Banners Fly So All May See and Tell Of Open Fields That All Surround The Place Where Friendships Dwell Work and Pray Our Motto Be In All That We May Do Our Alma Mater, Benet Hail to You! Closing remarks The Rev. Jude Randall, OSB, president Farewells Retirees Stephanie Lewis — counselor, 30 years Ken Zimmerman — maintenance Open 1 Day 5 ~ Free to the Public!! 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