February 2020

Send class notes to Pat Pierret by the 15th of each month to be included in the upcoming Alumni Class Notes.

Michael Davidson, Laneri ’60, made a donation of books to the NCHS Library in memory of his sons, Chase and Graham.

Michael Davidson, Laneri '60

Michael Davidson, Laneri '60

Kim Vigil ’87 is a pediatrician in Portland, OR. After twenty years, she still savors the trees, forests, and rivers especially during the summer.

Cathy Ross Nolte ’90 didn’t expect to have a hometown connection when she went to Houston on behalf of her business to welcome the Haitian Women’s Senior National Soccer Team. It was a thrill to find out that Nolan Catholic Class of ‘15 Alum, Chelsea Surpris, is one of the players on the team vying to qualify for a spot in the Olympics. From Cathy, “Way to go, Chelsea! It was an honor to have met you! We’ll all be cheering you on.” Check out the competition here.

Cathy Ross Nolte '90 and Chelsea Supris '15

Misty Fleshman ’92 is living in Las Vegas and thoroughly enjoying the mountains.

Gus Colbert ’94 and his wife have been enjoying life in Anchorage, AK since 2004.

Mia Elvington ’94, on the right, is a freelance costumer and textile conservator in Dallas. Her favorite jobs from 2018 include the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show featuring Maroon 5 in Atlanta (her 7th Halftime Show), the restoration of Historic Apollo Mission Control at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, and the installation of the exhibition “Dior: From Paris to the World” at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Mia Elvington '94 (right)

Kimberly Pierret Hussey ’05 and her husband, Brian, welcomed Eliza Patricia Hussey into the world on Nov. 8, 2019. Kimberly works for American Furniture Rental in Arlington; Brian teaches history at New Tech High School in Coppell ISD.

Kimberly Pierret Hussey '05

Kimberly Pierret Hussey '05

Eliza Patricia Husey

Eliza Patricia Hussey

Caitlin Keen '10 earned first place in the Dallas Half Marathon with a time of 1:17:59.

Caitlin Keen '10

Caitlin Keen '10

Desiree Garcia Tennison '11 is the Engagement Coordinator for Catholic Charities Fort Worth.  She was very involved with the coordination of CCFW’s “Creating Hope” luncheon.

Angie Tompkins ’12 and Ryan Moran ’12 were married on June 22 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Stillwater, OK. Ryan is a Process Engineer for Phillips 66 in Borger, Texas; Angie, a four-year teacher, teaches 4th grade math/science at Davy Crockett Elementary in Borger. 

Ryan Moran '12 and Angie Tompkins '12

Emma Boone '15 coordinates extracurricular activities at The Waterford on Cooper when she is not working on her Masters in Speech Pathology at UT Dallas.

Maggie Rodriguez '16 was engaged to Jacob Smith on Nov. 23.

Maggie Rodriguez '16

Emily Keoughan '17 an Exercise Science major at Angelo State University, has been named to the Dean's List for the 2019 fall semester. 

Eric Romero '18 is going to have an exciting spring semester.  He has been accepted into the Disney College Program (only 24 % of the applicants are accepted) and will be working at Disney World’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando. Eric is studying Technical Theatre at UNT and is also part of the UNT Honors Program.  

From Eric, “I will receive college credit and have the opportunity to take other classes offered by Disney. I will live in the Disney owned apartments and will be meeting students from across the world. I’m extremely excited as it’s been my dream to work for Disney World. I can say with great confidence that my time at Nolan and the incredible teachers I had there all helped me prepare for this moment. I know I will be successful using the tools I learned while at Nolan. I would encourage other students to follow their dreams. In the words of Walt Disney himself, ‘If you can dream it, you can do it’. I’m thankful to God for all my blessings and wanted to share my good news!”

Jacob Huffman '19 is a part of the Pride of Oklahoma (OU's marching band). During the Christmas break, the band supported the team at the Big XII Championship and the College Football Playoff. 

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Nolan Catholic High School is a College Preparatory High School (grades 9-12). NCHS was established in 1961 and is accredited by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops Education Department (TCCB ED)Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), and AdvancED.

The purpose of TCCB ED is to assist Catholic schools in the state of Texas with 1) continuous school improvement initiatives, 2) accountability with best educational practices, 3) strengthening of mission and identity, and 4) improving academic performance.

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