CLASS NOTES

December 2019

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Jack King, Laneri ’61, was acknowledged at the Diocesan Inservice for serving in the Diocese of Fort Worth as a faculty or staff person for 50 years.

Mr. Jack King, Laneri '61

Jack King, Laneri '61

Read how Phil Handler '67 stopped the streak.

Phil Handler '67

Three of the Tice Sisters (Mary Tice Wright ’74, Jennifer Tice Raif ’80, Kate Tice Rakowitz ’87) invited Cathleen Gilmore Guinn '87 to have lunch with them before they ventured to the next estate sale in the area.

Mary Tice Wright ’74, Jennifer Tice Raif ’80, Kate Tice Rakowitz ’87, Cathleen Gilmore Guinn '87 

Teresa Hernandez Montes '77, Community Leader at Frost Bank, is a 2019 Legacy of Women Honoree. Legacy of Women supports Safe Haven of Tarrant County in their mission to end domestic violence.

Philip Lubrano '79, an anesthesiologist at Andrews Women’s Hospital at Baylor All Saints, spoke to the NCHS Medical Society students about his schooling and his career as an anesthesiologist in women’s health care including obstetrics.  

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NCHS Medical Society

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Dr. Philip Lubrano '79

Kristin Horrigan Robinson ’84 is celebrating 30 years in public education. She is currently a teacher and athletic coordinator for HEB ISD.

Tommy Byrnes ’00 married Keeley Patterson on Oct. 19 at the New York Zoo.

Tommy Byrnes '00 married Keeley Patterson

John Skees ‘03 and Angela Muratore Skees ’03 along with their two-year-old daughter, Sophie, welcomed Aiden Christopher to the family on Oct. 27.

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Sophie Skees

Blaine Mcguire Jacobs '05 is married to Derek. They have two children, Wesley (7) and Clara (3). Blaine graduated from the University of Missouri - Columbia in 2009 and then received her Ph.D in Pharmacology from the University of Texas Health Science Center - San Antonio. Blaine is currently the Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at the University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine in San Antonio, Texas.

Cory Zebian '06 was meritoriously selected to be promoted to Lieutenant Colonel a year early.   Cory is pictured here with his wife, Elizabeth Jacobi Zebian ’06, and their children, James and Catherine, who helped with the promotion. 

Tyler Baum '11, a finance major, earned a place on the University of Evansville Dean's List for academic achievements during the Spring 2019.

Justine Wyrzykowska ’13 and Mitchell Wilson ’13 were married on Oct. 5, 2019, at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Aledo.

Justine Wyrzykowska ’13 and Mitchell Wilson ’13

Daniel Fansler '14 married Ellen Seidel in June 2019. In October 2019, Daniel published his first novel, The Lost King.

Daniel Fansler '14

Daniel Fansler '14 and Ellen Seidel

Justin Norris '17 was elected the University of Oklahoma Student Government Association President for 2020.  Justin also holds the title “Mr. Black OU 2019” which is presented at OU’s Homecoming.

Coleman Meadows '19, Deborah Cottrell '19, and NaNa Osafo-Mensah '19 was had a mini-reunion at the Navy vs. Notre Dame game in South Bend. The Irish prevailed.

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Coleman Meadows '19, Deborah Cottrell '19, and NaNa Osafo-Mensah '19

Coleman Meadows '19 taking aim while at the Naval Academy. Coleman is a member of the Trap and Skeet Team.

Coleman Meadows '19

Ryan McAvoy '19 will be performing in Christmas at Belmont, Episode #2019, on Monday, Dec. 23, 8 p.m. on PBS/KERA. Be sure to watch!

Ryan McAvoy '19

Sister Joan Markey, SSMN celebrated her 65th jubilee this fall along with four other sisters. They were honored with Mass and a luncheon at Our Lady of Victory Center.

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Sister Joan Markey, SSMN

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