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  1. 1. T H E A L U M N I M A G A Z I N E O F S A I N T X A V I E R H I G H S C H O O L • V o l u m e 4 4 , N o . 1 • S u m m e r 2 0 1 1 Saint Xavier High School 1609 Poplar Level Road Louisville, KY 40217 Address Service Requested NON PROFIT ORG US POSTAGE PAID LEBANON JUNCTION, KY PERMIT #732 Steinbock Family A scouting tradition Page 3 139th Class Graduates Page 4 Saint Xavier recognized for commitment to creative arts Page 5 Quest for Excellence Eric Barnes ’86 Page 8 SAINT XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL 3014 STX_TigerNews_Summer 2011.indd 1-2 7/19/11 4:45 PM
  2. 2. V o l u m e 4 4 • N o . 1 w w w . s a i n t x . c o m 32 The Glass is Half Full at Westport Village When Colin Underhill ’00 graduated from the University of Georgia after a successful swimming career, he made a decision to move back to Louisville and join the family business. Underhill Associates, founded by Colin’s grandfather in 1968, is now in its third generation. As the company grows, so too does Colin’s desire to keep more young professionals in the city and avoid the dreaded “brain drain.” One of his goals has been to create a more vibrant and sexier lifestyle for 25- to 35-year-olds. Thus, in 2007, his Westport Village project was launched. Nestled in the neighborhood once known as “Camelot,” Westport Village, an upscale development of boutique shops and casual restaurants, was almost dead before it got started. Naysayers were out in full force when plans were announced, but Colin wanted to buck the trend of big ideas not coming to fruition in Louisville. The self- proclaimed “half-glass-full kind of guy” says that “every failure has an equal or greater opportunity.” By 2010, Westport Village was filling up with well-known tenants and being touted as “hugely successful.” So what’s next for Colin? His new project is the Pluris Fund, a real estate investment fund designed to give individuals a chance to be involved with a tangible asset and work with local people. From April 2009 until now, the Pluris Fund has acquired $70 million worth of apartment units in Orlando, Fla. Other opportunities in Louisville are also on the horizon. In Colin’s words, “If you’re not growing, you’re dying.” The typical challenges of working in a family business still exist. Colin reminds himself that listening more and respecting each other’s comments have kept the business thriving. He states, “My family is number one behind my religion and God.” The morals, values, and unconditional love and support the Underhill’s live by will surely guarantee the family business survives to see a fourth generation. Written by Michael Bush ’98 St. X’s own Chief Oceanographer at the U.S. Naval Academy Nearly two-thirds of the Earth’s surface is covered by water. The oceans’ mammoth bodies of water are not inanimate, as the currents move water from place to place and a myriad of measurements help scientists solve complex equations to predict tomorrow’s weather. Dr. David Smith ’67 has devoted his career to teaching this type of math and science through Oceanography and Meteorology, and it’s with this passion he is involved with many of our nation’s future ship captains and naval aviators. David currently serves as the Chairman of the Oceanography Department at the United States Naval Academy, where in 2009 he was selected by his peers for the Academy’s prestigious Teaching Excellence Award. He has worked on numerous projects utilizing the physical aspects of oceanography to understand its impact on potentially harmful weather formations or to predict climate changes. David shares his knowledge of the ocean and the atmosphere, not only with his students at the Naval Academy, but with science teachers nationwide. He is the co-director of the Maury Project, a nationally acclaimed program in physical oceanography in conjunction with the American Meteorological Society. David credits his love of and success in math and science from lessons learned at St. X from great teachers like Brothers Emeric, The brothers’ success in scouting can be credited to their parents’ love for the outdoors and insistence that the family embraces social diversity in school and out. Becoming a “citizen of the world” was and continues to be important for the family, as the Steinbock’s spend time overseas and credit their foreign language experiences at St. X for their comfort level in international travel. The brothers do have day jobs, of course. Andy, Allen, David and sister Anne manage and operate the 92-year-old family company, Whip Mix, which continues to grow and change as new technologies in the dental industry develop. The company employs 200 people in Louisville, Colorado and Germany. Brothers Ted and Greg forged different paths as physicians. Ted is a radiologist with X-Ray Associates and Greg is a urologist with First Urology. Their sister Lynn also calls Louisville home. It’s mid-summer, and the Steinbock family gathers at their mother’s Louisville home for dinner. All are present and eager to tell their favorite stories about their St. X experience. The lessons of personal responsibility, self- confidence and a can-do attitude taught by Xaverian Brothers Leroy, Wilfrid, Cury, and Eddie are mentioned by all as the hallmark of a St. X education. That belief in themselves, taught at home and at school, has proved successful for the Steinbocks in both their personal and professional lives. It has also afforded each of them the opportunity to give back to St. X and the scouting community. Written by Mark Raque ’85 Antonio and Franz. David earned his bachelor’s degree from Bellarmine, then his master’s and Ph.D. in meteorology from Texas A&M. He and his wife, Peg, reside in Arnold, MD. David is the proud father of two daughters, Nicole and Andrea, as well as a grandfather to four. Written by Marty Wissing ’94 A Scouting Tradition Saturdays are normally set aside for recreation, not work. Companies across the region shut down for the weekend, their parking lots left empty. Not so for Whip Mix Corporation, a manufacturer of dental equipment and supplies located just south of Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. On any given Saturday in the fall, the Whip Mix parking lot is full, cars parked end to end, and business is hopping. But the plant adjacent to the lot is quiet; no employees are present. Rather, the parking lot of Whip Mix, a company owned and operated by the Steinbock family, is bustling with Boy Scouts as a troop parks cars for University of Louisville football games earning much-needed funding. A commitment to scouting is at the center of the Steinbock family’s life, and all five Steinbock brothers, St. X graduates Andy ’67, Allen ’68, Ted ’70, David ’71 and Greg ’72, have the designations to prove it. All have earned their Eagle Scout rank and stay active in Troop 1 in Crescent Hill as past and present leaders and supporters. That commitment to service has carried over to other parts of their lives, including their devotion to St. X. The family counts 14 St. X graduates among their ranks, including two with board ties. David currently serves on the Advancement Committee and Greg’s wife, Beth, is a former member of the quite successful Project X Campaign Cabinet. 3014 STX_TigerNews_Summer 2011.indd 3-4 7/19/11 4:45 PM
  3. 3. 54 V o l u m e 4 4 • N o . 1 w w w . s a i n t x . c o m Summer Renovation While students are away on summer break, there is still plenty of activity in the classrooms on campus. Two major renovation projects are underway and scheduled to be completed before classes resume in mid-August. The largest project is the renovation of classroom spaces that have remained essentially the same since St. X moved to the Poplar Level campus. Both floors of the Chapel Wing in the 1961 Building will be completely refurbished, including the removal of all radiators and air conditioners.  All new heating and air conditioning, new floors, ceilings, lights, paint, white boards, and desks will be added.  A new physics lab will be built in room 109 and a new biology lab in room 209.  Additionally, some of the campus ministry offices will be renewed. The Hoeck Center will get new heating and air conditioning, requiring changes in the 139th Class Graduates Saint Xavier held its commencement exercises on May 22, 2011, in Broadbent Arena. The 139th graduating class of 312 young men featured 10 students recognized by the National Merit Corporation, 15 Kentucky Governor’s Scholars, two Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts Recipients, and one appointment each to the United States Naval Academy and the United States Military Academy at West Point. The group boasted 543 scholarships totaling over  $18.8 million and 11,650 service hours to the Louisville community. The 2011 class pushed the number of total alumni to over 25,000. Will Ford and Zach Thompson achieved Perfect Attendance for 12 years. Michael Blum received the Xaverian Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a graduating senior.  Additionally, the Outstanding Alumnus Award was presented to Tom Musselman, Class of 1954. Tom is founder of Musselman Hotels. In addition to being a member of the St. X Alumni Hall of Honors and the University of Louisville Athletic Hall of Fame, Tom was named one of the University of Louisville’s Distinguished Alumni in 2002 and was honored at the 2006 Salute to Catholic School Alumni. Wimsatt Receives Service Award The Paulie Walsh ’63 Volunteer Service Award is given annually at Saint Xavier’s Volunteer Appreciation Reception. It recognizes an individual or group who has selflessly served Saint Xavier High School by donating countless volunteer hours. Named for Paulie Walsh ’63†, who embodied the true spirit of volunteerism, this individual or group is recognized for their “behind-the- scenes” efforts and true devotion to the young men of St. X. Pete Wimsatt ‘72 was presented the award on June 3.  He has volunteered at St. X in various capacities throughout the years. He has served as Class Agent since 2002, becoming involved with class reunions and Alumni Phonathon recruitment. Pete recently completed two terms as a member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. He has chaired three different committees, served as Secretary and also as the Association President last year. Pete has volunteered his time at multiple Open Houses, the Alumni Association booth at the St. Joe Picnic, and at the former Xtravaganza benefit. Award- Winning Fine Arts Program The Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, a national organization, has recognized Saint Xavier for the school’s commitment to the creative arts. The school community, academic chairs and administrators, and English and Fine Arts faculty support “creative excellence as represented by student work selected for national honors.” The Alliance counts Saint Xavier students among the most talented in the nation based on the Gold Key Regional entries to the national competition. National Award winners represent the top 1% of the 2011 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. On May 31, rising junior Ian Timothy received two national gold medals in Film and Animation for his animated series Beaver Creek. (He won three gold medals last year.) Additionally, Justin Allard ’11 won a national silver medal for his Creative Writing Portfolio. electrical service and the ductwork. Much of the ceiling, including light fixtures, will be replaced in order to facilitate the renovations. The final summer project is the addition of a wireless infrastructure throughout all of our classroom buildings.  All instructional areas will have wireless Internet and network access when students and faculty return in August. 3014 STX_TigerNews_Summer 2011.indd 5-6 7/19/11 4:45 PM
  4. 4. V o l u m e 4 4 • N o . 1 w w w . s a i n t x . c o m 76 All sports photography by Tim Porco ’85 Senior Peter McDermott receives his championship medal in the 300m hurdles at the State Meet. Track team captures second place at the State Meet. Final Four! The Baseball team celebrates with the Regional trophy. The Tigers advanced to the Final Four for the second time in six years. In the Net! Goalie Eric Hoffman stepped up and won MVP honors in the State Championship game. Drew Strobl (left) and Cameron Brown have laid the foundation for a successful Rugby program that went undefeated before coming up short in the championship game. 4-PEAT! The Lacrosse team celebrates their fourth consecutive State Title after defeating Trinity 9-5 in the championship game. Winning Tradition. The Tennis team brought back the school’s 20th State Title and the school’s fifth 3-Peat! Eye on the Ball. Senior Captain Michael Woeste keeps the Tigers focused as they win another State Title for the Volleyball program. Adam Roth and the powerlifting team placed second at the Push-Pull meet. Back to Back! Sean Donohue (Doubles Champion) and Alex Gornet (Singles Finalist) share a laugh as the team prepares to defend their consecutive state titles. Crushing It! Eric Gruner caps off a great season for the Tigers as the Volleyball team beats rival Trinity for the State Title. Full Steam Ahead! Freshman Wes Parker keeps the Rugby team running in the right direction. The Tigers finished runner-up this year after winning the 2010 championship. Major League Talent. Matt Spalding, who was chosen by the Boston Red Sox in this year’s Major League Baseball Draft, was part of one of the best pitching lineups in Tiger history that also included two other Division I signees. 2011 Spring Sports Review 3014 STX_TigerNews_Summer 2011.indd 7-8 7/19/11 4:46 PM
  5. 5. V o l u m e 4 4 • N o . 1 w w w . s a i n t x . c o m 9 created in 2005 with a simple goal of perfecting the reusable bottle. Since the company’s first product hit the market in late 2008, KOR has exceeded $4 million in sales in 21 countries. It has also expanded into a company charged with celebrating, protecting, and treasuring water. In 2009, KOR established Thirst for Giving which donates 1% of all sales to a select group of nonprofits that focus on water-related issues. Through the program, KOR seeks to engage consumers on issues such as recycling, watershed protection, and the global water crisis. Eric invites you to “go green” and visit As you can imagine, Eric’s academic and career resume exudes excellence. He is forthright about his education at St. X and indicates the competitiveness and the camaraderie gave him the momentum to excel at Princeton. The 43-year-old entrepreneur maintains that “excellence is a day-in and day-out attitude.” You can be certain he is in the planning stages of another project on a quest for continued excellence. Stay tuned! Written by Kelly Purcell Stratman About the author: Kelly has served as Assistant Director of Advancement since 2006. She is married to John Stratman ’93 and is the mom of three young boys. What: St. X Night with the Bats When: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 Who: Anyone and everyone with ties to St. X On Tuesday, August 23, the Louisville Bats will host St. X Night with the Bats. Future Tigers, current students, alumni, and their families are invited to wear their favorite St. X green and gold gear for a night with the Louisville Bats at Slugger Field! Special ticket prices are available by using the promotional code “tigers” at and there will be dollar hot dogs and soft drinks. The Tiger Chorus will sing the National Anthem and Take me out to the Ballgame! Alumni News & Events 8 current students will throw out the first pitch and participate in on-field promotional activities during the game. In addition, St. X gear will be used in promotional giveaways throughout the game. “This is a fantastic way for St. X to connect with the Louisville community and provide a fun and entertaining event for our future, current, and former Tigers. I hope to see a strong contingent of Green and Gold at the game,” said Kevin Woodward ’00, Director of Admissions. For more information, check out our Facebook page “stxtigers,” visit, or call the Advancement Office at 637-8485. ost college undergrads would like to think they have it all figured out when it comes to planning their future, only to realize they made a wrong career choice. After all, it’s not easy to make such a difficult decision without experience. Eric Barnes, however, was testing the water in college and found out he had a knack for vision and implementation.Today, he is an accomplished entrepreneur, currently involved with three different companies. After graduating from St. X in 1986, Eric was recruited to play football at Princeton University.And since an Ivy League education wasn’t cheap, he was a recipient of financial aid and also working to offset those expenses. He recalls flipping eggs one Sunday morning as an undergrad and coming to the realization that there was a better way. The self-motivated athlete started selling T-shirts to residents of the various dorms, which are identified by house names. That stint became so successful that the Princeton University Store got in on his gig and started selling his T-shirts for him. During that time, he forged relationships with other Ivy League campus bookstores, which would later prepare him for his first business venture. Eric graduated magna cum laude from Princeton in 1990 with a degree in economics and after a very short career at Smith Barney and Home Box Office in New York, he returned to school. In 1997, Eric received his MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University, all the while continuing to get orders for his T-shirts. An opportunity with EMI Music took Eric and his wife west to Los Angeles and ultimately Orange County. However, in 2000, Eric finally embraced his entrepreneur instincts and launched Ivysport (, the official clothing company for the Ivy League. Two years later, he moved the business from his garage to an office park and today it is the largest online retailer of Ivy League merchandise. He is currently chairman of the privately held company. Eric’s next Internet startup was envisioned after connecting with a former Princeton classmate who had a successful private tutoring practice. They determined a real need existed for providing online video instruction by expert teachers to help students of all abilities achieve their educational goals. Eric’s Internet experience combined with his friend’s teaching expertise allowed them to establish ePrep ( in 2005. The digital learning company uses a well-established “test-grade-review” methodology and a broadband online video platform to deliver dynamic, personal, and expert instruction at the critical “review” stage of learning. For the past three years, St. X juniors and seniors have benefited from ePrep services, which have been donated by Eric. In addition to offering prep courses for ACT, SAT, SAT II, PSAT, PLAN, and SSAT (secondary school admission test) via its website, ePrep has established strategic distribution partnerships with Sylvan Learning Centers, Recorded Books (public libraries), and Naviance, which is a comprehensive college and career planning tool for families. At the same time that Eric founded ePrep, he was taking on another challenge to fulfill a more personal mission. Conflicted that the explosion of bottled water sales were contributing to an environmental waste problem, Eric set out to design and market a reusable water bottle. KOR Water was Eric Barnes ’86: A quest for excellence M St. X vs. Trinity Football Classic September 30 – 8:00 p.m. Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium Club Level Reserved Seats $15 Lower/Upper Stadium Reserved Seats $10 General Admission $8 Parking Pass $15 2011 TIGER FOOTBALL 2011 Season Tickets Several ticket packages are available for home games. Fall Sports passes range from $33–$48. All Season Sports Passes are $100. Order tickets online at 3014 STX_TigerNews_Summer 2011.indd 9-10 7/19/11 4:46 PM
  6. 6. V o l u m e 4 4 • N o . 1 w w w . s a i n t x . c o m 1110 Class Notes Class of 1936 At the age of 93, Stan Caummisar is still playing 18 holes of golf four days a week. He is an avid golfer and a Sales Group Volunteer for the FedEx/St. Jude Classic. In his 18th year as a volunteer, Stan has personally sold over $282,000 of tickets, advertising and skyboxes. Class of 1941 Class Agent: Charley Riley (502) 425-2524 Charley Riley’s “sweetie,” Jean Louise Marie, passed away June 3. They were married 65 years. Class of 1947 Class Agent: Tom Gates (502) 773-0366 Plans are underway for our 65th Reunion celebration scheduled for June 29–30, 2012. Details will follow. Class of 1948 Class Agent: George Bouchard (502) 634-8679 Come join the class for lunch the second Wednesday of each month at the Knights of Columbus on River Road at 11:00 a.m. Reservations not required. Call Emil Graeser at (502) 894-0540 for details. Class of 1949 Class Agent: Joe Maupin (502) 458-4670 Shift Captain: Joe Maupin Callers: Clarence Biegert, Gerry Clements, Bob Goodman, Bill Ramser, Frank Schulten, Stan Searcy, Conrad Westerfield Class of 1950 Class Agent: Skip Medley (502) 425-1110 Shift Captain: Skip Medley Callers: Jim Head, Pete Korfhage, George Merrifield, LeRoy Meyer, Phil Passafiume Class of 1951 Class Agents: Bob Quarles (502) 425-7494 and Walt Schnurr (502) 639-3547 Shift Captains: Bob Quarles, Walt Schnurr Callers: Don Bayers, Ed Boone, Bill Dougherty, Jim English, Bob Hillebrand, Nick Murphy, Walt Schnurr For the 11th time, Bob Montgomery Dixie Honda earned the 2010 President’s Award from American Honda Motor Co., Inc. The award is based on customer service and satisfaction, sales, training and facilities. Class of 1952 Class Agents: Bernie Kosse (502) 245-9377 and Jim Lechleiter (502) 426-2977 Shift Captain: Jim Lechleiter Callers: David Beneke, Ben Brumleve, Jim Duggins, Joe Herp, Jack Krininger, Jim Lechleiter, Joe Sass, Bill Schneider Class of 1953 Class Agents: Rich Mazzoli (502) 267-6219 and Bob Simpson (502) 241-5400 Shift Captains: Bob Simpson, Rich Mazzoli Callers: Clyde Beatty, Jim Herp, Tony Horn, Rich Mazzoli, Gene Russell, Bob Schaefer, Bob Simpson, Pat Stephens, Bill Veith Class of 1954 Class Agent: Jerry Bayens (502) 690-6082 Shift Captains: Jerry Bayens, Bill Sherman Callers: Jerry Bayens, Tom Elpers, Bernie Fussenegger, Dave McGinty, Jim Nuss, Mike Platt, Jim Walsh Class of 1955 Class Agents: Howard Meyer (502) 458-5820 and Bob Weihe (502) 459-6397 Shift Captains: Howard Meyer, Bob Weihe Callers: Bob Adelberg, Jim Augustus, Dutch Bishop, Jim Gates, Bill Luckett, Howard Meyer, Jim Ogburn, Jim Rademaker, Bob Weihe, Duane Williams Class of 1957 Class Agent: Bill Cooper (502) 895-1323 Shift Captain: Bill Cooper Callers: Bob Bramer, Bill Cooper, Dick Durbin, Al Huber, Don Marquess, Dickie Mueller, Neil O’Leary, Jim Reader The Breakfast Boys of ‘57 continue to meet once a month. Contact Bill at for details. Dick Mueller married Tyra Fullam on April 15. Witnesses were Bill Cooper and his wife, Jill. Bill was the matchmaker for the happy couple. This past June, Bill Cooper visited Brother James Kelly at Mt. Saint Joseph in Baltimore. They walked the campus, toured the school, discussed Winston Churchill, and reflected on life’s “journey with cancer.” Bill remarks that he “left a better and stronger man having shared those moments with him.” He also encour- ages you to pray for Brother James and to contact him, not with sympathy, but friendship and encouragement. He promises it will be a rewarding experience. Class of 1958 Class Agent: Carl Neiman (502) 451-6174 Shift Captain: Carl Niemann Callers: Bill Burmester, Tom Coffey, Jim Fitzgibbon, Bill Gibson, Phil Hasselwander, Jim Holston, Carl Niemann, John Passafiume, Herb Rahm, John Ryan Class of 1959 Class Agent: Doug Ganote (502) 648-0851 Shift Captain: Doug Ganote Callers: John Callahan, Doug Ganote, Dave Keller, Jim Remmers, Ed Schuhmann In Memoriam Frank L. Neuhauser ’30 Paul L. Sherman, Sr. ’33 Phillip Francis Dattilo ’35 Clifford George Ohlman ’35 Eugene J. Lurding ’36 Emmett A. Ratterman, Sr. ’36 Jerome Joseph Ohligschlager ’39 William M. “Bill” Sheehan ’39 Francis Kevin “Pop” Chawk, Sr. ’41 Oscar C. Von Allmen, Jr. ’42 Robert L. “Bob” Dentinger ’42 James Patrick “J.P.” Kearns ’42 George R. Miller ’42 James Muldoon ’42 Thomas P. Shively ’42 Frank J. Welsh ’42 Joseph Anthony Renzi, Sr. ’43 George A. “Junie” Zoeller ’43 Owen Kieran Caster, Jr. ’44 Edward John Kemper ’44 Carl William Mueller ’45 William H. “Bill” O’Bryan ’45 Ralph E. Whitehead, M.D. ’45 Lawrence E. “Buddy Larry” Haming ’46 David Leo Hazelip ’46 Robert Hall Goodwin, Jr. ’47 Alfred A. Allgeier ’48 Edward A. Davis ’48 Louis Preston “Lou” Schmitz ’48 Clevin L. Roth ’49 Vetter “Sonny” Graves ’50 Marvin Lee Allgeier ’51 John J. Burns, Jr. ’51 Carlos Noal “Nick” Nichols ’51 Chester J. Schuler, Jr. ’51 Martin Joseph Grimm ’52 David Spanyer ’52 George Raymond “Poppi” Olliges, Sr. ’53 Ron Seitz ’53 Donald Edward Kopp ’54 Clifford Francis Batliner, Jr. ’55 Lewis James “Jim” Halbleib ’55 Thomas Harding Gray, Jr. ’56 William Raymond Kemper ’56 James W. “Jim” O’Hern III ’56 Edward F. Schroeder ’56 John M. Mattingly ’58 William John Bartlett ’59 Gerald E. “Jerry” Cahill ’59 George M. Nix, Jr. ’60 William J. Fehribach, Sr. ’61 Robert Lewis Meiman ’62 Edward Joseph Wegenast ’61 Stephen L. “Steve” Baldwin ’62 John V. Forsee ’64 Joseph M. Clark, Jr. ’69 Charles Anthony “Charlie” Lauer ’69 Richard Raymond “Rick” Mohr ’71 Philip Joseph Bisig ’72 Michael Louis Ferrill ’77 James W. Schneider II ’78 Upcoming Events August 13 Alumni Cross Country Run August 13 Alumni Booth/St. Joe’s Picnic August 23 St. X Night with the Bats September 8 Fall Class Agent Meeting September 9 Future Tiger Night September 10 Freshman Grandparents’ Day Mass September 26 Shillelagh Cup Golf Outing September 30 St. X vs. Trinity Football Classic October 1-2, 4, 6, 8 Student Drama Production Arsenic & Old Lace October 27 Alumni Hall of Honors Induction Dinner November 13 Prospective Student Open House December 10 Placement Exam Event information available at or by calling (502) 637-8485 Thank You, Alumni Phonathon Volunteers Alumni Seek to Repeat Shillelagh Cup Victory For the second consecutive year, the annual Shillelagh Cup golf outing will return to Audubon Country Club as the Alumni Associations from St. X and Trinity battle for bragging rights on the greens. The Shillelagh Cup is a match-play contest modeled after the Ryder Cup, which features a combination of two-ball matches and four-ball matches. In last year’s competition, the Tiger alumni defeated a strong Shamrock group 13-11 and now lead the series with 5 victories versus Trinity’s four, with two ties. The rivalry, which always takes place the Monday of the St. X vs. Trinity football game week, will be held September 26 with a 1:00 p.m. shotgun start. Golfers are needed for this event and an official handicap is required. The cost is $140 per person and includes golf, fees, shirt, and dinner. Visit for details or contact Wes Orr ’97 at (502) 376-7896. XBPA Recognized by CASE The Council for Advancement and Support of Education is honoring Saint Xavier with one of its 2011 Circle of Excellence awards.  The St. X entry, Taking Care of Business: Alumni Professional Association, was chosen to receive a Bronze award in the Alumni Relations category and is one of only 253 award recipients from over 2,500 entrants. This award recognizes the development and growth of the St. X Business and Professional Association as a function of the overall Alumni Association. It is a testament to the high quality of St. X advancement efforts and to the devotion and connectedness of our alumni. CASE is a professional association serving  universities, colleges, and independent schools and the advancement professionals who work on their behalf in alumni relations, communications, development, marketing, and allied areas. 2010 Shillelagh Cup participants squeezed out a 13-11 victory. 3014 STX_TigerNews_Summer 2011.indd 11-12 7/19/11 4:46 PM
  7. 7. V o l u m e 4 4 • N o . 1 w w w . s a i n t x . c o m 1312 Class of 1960 Class Agent: Bob Benson (502) 583-8373 Shift Captain: Bob Benson Callers: Larry Baird, Bob Benson, Tom Huber, Bert Knight, Don Leffler, Ken Ludwig, Tom Maier, John Peake Class of 1961 Class Agent: Mike Pollio (502) 797-5530 Shift Captain: Ed Weis Callers: John Lococo, Paul Mangeot, John Walsh, Ed Weis The Class of 1961 celebrated their 50th reunion June 10–12. 68 graduates and their guests took part in activities that included Churchill Downs, a dinner dance, tour of the KFC YUM! Arena, Mass, and brunch. It was a memorable weekend enjoyed by all in attendance. Class of 1962 Class Agent: Bill Wiegandt (502) 244-4850 Shift Captain: Bill Wiegandt Callers: Bob Gossman, Chuck Leppert, Dave Loran, Dan Magruder, Bob Meyer, Bill Wiegandt Class of 1963 Class Agent: Jerry Barnes (502) 228-1994 Shift Captain: Jerry Barnes Callers: Tony Ambrose, Jerry Barnes, Ron Bisig, Al Bissmeyer, Steve Hoehler, Ed Martin, Denis Obst, Tony Ratterman, Dick Showalter, Jack Wheatley Class of 1964 Class Agent: Don Meyer (502) 491-2704 Shift Captain: Don Meyer Callers: Vic Brizendine, David Day, Pete Glauber, Ron Greenwell, David Kremer, Joe Mattingly, Don Meyer, Charlie Westenhofer Bill Russell is now in his 40th year of residential real estate as broker of Cherokee Realty in Louisville. He specializes in representing buyers and sellers and in property management. Contact him at (502) 897-7161 or    Class of 1965 Class Agent: Don Reiss (502) 243-1587 Shift Captain: Don Reiss Callers: Ray Bannon, Phil Barber, Bob Brand, Bob James, Don Reiss, Harry Rothgerber, Jack Will, Bill Wine Bernie Bowling, St. Matthews Mayor, was elected president of the Jefferson County League of Cities. Class of 1966 Class Agent: Ed Mayer (502) 456-4960 Shift Captain: Ed Mayer Callers: Mike Beam, Robert Englert, Ed Mayer Class of 1967 Class Agents: Mike Shea (502) 609-3212; David Vollmer (502) 893-6045; and Tony Santamassino (502) 439-5039 Shift Captains: Tony Santamassino, Mike Shea, David Vollmer Callers: Joe Dumstorf, Greg Huelsman, Tony Santamassino, David Vollmer, Bob Wimsatt Glenn Kleier has announced a new release date for his book The Knowledge of Good and Evil. Originally scheduled for February, the novel will be available beginning in July 2011. Class of 1968 Class Agent: Mike Horlander (502) 637-5611 Shift Captain: Mike Horlander Callers: Tom Herman, Gary Hermann, Bill Hitron, Mike Horlander, Tom Jolly, Mike Lush, Hugh Spalding Class of 1969 Class Agents: Steve Liebert (502) 905-3593 and Steve Lannert (502) 394-2508 Shift Captains: Steve Lannert, Steve Liebert Callers: Mark Fetter, Tom Hartlage, John Hunter, Steve Lannert, Steve Liebert Deacon Mark Rougeux attended St. Joseph of Arimathea funeral services at Meadowview Cemetery on June 30, assisting the Jefferson County Coroner’s office with burials of indigent individuals. Class of 1970 Class Agents: Tim Haas (502) 637-7008 or Mark Webster (502) 290-3909 Shift Captains: Tim Haas, Mark Webster Callers: Matt Carey, Lenny Lococo, Steve Ramser, Steve Vierling, Mark Webster, Gil Wentzel Class of 1971 Class Agent: Bert Erny (502) 445-9987 Shift Captain: Bert Erny Callers: Paul Buddeke, Bert Erny, Fred Graff, Mike Misbach, David Steinbock, Rick Tonini, Vernon Weickel, Rick Willinger The Builders Exchange of Kentucky, Inc., elected Pat Murphy to serve as President for 2011. Class of 1972 Class Agent: Pete Wimsatt (502) 897-6140 Shift Captain: Pete Wimsatt Callers: Larry Bloemer, Lou Conkling, John Hornung, Rich Martin, Dennis Oechsli, Greg Thomas, Pete Wimsatt, Rusty Woods Class of 1973 Class Agents: Mike Brangers (502) 550-9678 and Rick Staab (502) 254-0014 Shift Captains: Mike Brangers, Rick Staab Callers: Mike Brangers, Pete Gerstle, Art Rothgerber, Keith Springer, Rick Staab Class of 1974 Class Agent: Bill Ryan (502) 456-2121 Shift Captain: Bill Ryan Callers: Ralph Holmes, Tim Lasley, Paul Noltemeyer, Bill Ryan, Mike Schwartz Class of 1975 Class Agent: Alan Gates (502) 244-1987 Shift Captain: Alan Gates Callers: Jim Baker, Alan Gates, David Worland, Willie Yates Class of 1976 Class Agent: Mike Sheehan (502) 298-2956 Shift Captain: Mike Sheehan Callers: Chuck Buehner, Rob Eberenz, Ken Goodson, Jack Klausing, Tom Schladand, Mike Sheehan Class of 1977 Shift Captain: Tony Fink Callers: Tony Fink, Tom Gavin, Ken Kinderman, Tom Mann, John Raque, Clark Salot, Chuck Willenbrink Class of 1978 Class Agents: Barry Holland (502) 893-2305 and Paul Shaughnessy (502) 458-3676 Shift Captain: Paul Shaughnessy Callers: Matt Fargen, Steve Hartung, Barry Holland, Paul Shaughnessy, Rob Sheehan Class of 1979 Class Agent: Kevin Elliott (502) 379-7197 Shift Captain: Kevin Elliott Callers: Larry Bischoff, Kevin Elliott, Alan Luckett, Mike Miller, Jeff Tross, Bill Yancey Fr. Fred Klotter, pastor of St. Martin of Tours Church, is one of 60 members of the latest Leadership Louisville class. Class of 1980 Class Agent: Scott Raque (502) 419-5220 Shift Captain: Scott Raque Callers: Steve Gray, Jay Hook, Chris Karem, Gerry Kauffmann, Mike Ogburn, Scott Raque, Michael Shields, Jerry Simms, Gregg Wagner Class of 1981 Class Agent: Jerry Roby, Jr. (502) 693-7629 Shift Captains: Dave Esterle, Jerry Roby Callers: Joe Bauer, Jim Doll, Dave Esterle, Alan Graves, Tim Head, Bob Keene, Joe Kleine-Kracht, Greg Kosse, Steve Mattingly, Phil Miller, Tim Reilly, Jerry Roby, Frank Steltenpohl Class of 1982 Class Agent: Earl Winebrenner (502) 671-0015 Shift Captain: Earl Winebrenner Callers: Michael Azzara, Al Bennett, John Carney, Paul Conway, Ed Fallon, Alex Fleming, Troy Jones, John Jury, Chris Kurtz, Frank Marx, Terry McDermott, Darryl Metzger, Steve Meyer, Kevin Raque, Mike Scheid, Stan Sims, Steve Weyland, Earl Winebrenner, Dave Zickel Congrats to Ken Wuetcher for winning the men’s 45-49 age group in the 2011 Papa John’s 10-Miler. Ken’s race time was 1:04:44 (an average time of 6:28 per mile), which placed him 90th overall out of over 7,000 runners. Way to go Ken! The Tiger tradition continues for seven 1982 grads who have sons in the new Class of 2011. Congratulations to these recent graduates: Patrick Cecil, son of Brad Cecil; Nick Fleming, son of Alex Fleming; Nathan Hincks, son of Chris Hincks; Joseph Meyer, son of David Meyer; Andrew Polston, son of Dan Polston; Ben Taylor, son of Todd Taylor; and Ben Zickel, son of David Zickel. Welcome new Tiger alumni! Class of 1983 Class Agent: Dave Sermersheim (502) 899-3399 Caller: Dave Sermersheim Brown-Forman promoted Tim Rutledge to Vice President, Director of Route-to-Consumer/Alliance. Class of 1984 Class Agent: Lee Pfeiffer (502) 458-0358 John Salazar was appointed to Middleton Reutlinger’s management committee. He is a director at the firm, concentrating his legal practice in the field of intellectual property issues, especially in the areas of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and computer law. Brown-Forman promoted Mark Bacon to Senior Vice President, Managing Director, Southern Comfort. Class of 1985 Class Agent: Doug Brumleve (502) 905-2024 Davis Robinson recently published a book, Discipline your Motivation: Defeat Deterrents, Construct Confidence, and Believe in Yourself. This is a great resource if you are in a management role and wish to provide your team with some professional development or if you’re in the market Class of 1991 Class Agent: Tim Amshoff (502) 538-4951 Caller: Tim Amshoff Dr. Kupper Wintergerst, a Pediatric Endocrinologist, earned the ARGI Financial Group’s Physician of the Year Award. Class of 1992 Class Agent: Greg Boehnlein (502) 228-4265 Shift Captain: Greg Boehnlein Callers: Greg Boehnlein, Jason Harp, Josh Loeb, Robby Wine In June, Anthony Pottinger married Joan Elizabeth Pannuti of Tarrytown, N.Y. He is an active duty officer in the U.S. Army and just transferred from Washington, DC, to the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he will serve in the Office of the Staff Judge Advocate. Class of 1993 Class Agent: Peter Cummins (502) 779-8190 Shift Captains: Peter Cummins, David Krebs Callers: Bob Breedlove, Bill Cheatham, Peter Cummins, Kenny Hoerter, Schuyler John, David Krebs, Sam Kudmani, Aaron Spalding, Shawn Woosley Class of 1994 Class Agent: David Pape (502) 435-5021 Shift Captain: Dave Pape Callers: Kyle Head, Gavin Howard, Dave Pape, Hal Salsbery, Marty Wissing Hal Salsbery recently joined Francis & Company, Inc., in Louisville. He is selling personal and commercial insurance. Contact: (502) 451-4382 or Anyone looking for unique Louisville-themed T-shirts or gifts should visit Will Russell’s store, WHY Louisville, at 1583 Bardstown Road in the Highlands. WHY Louisville also offers screen printing services, so anyone needing shirts printed for business or an event can visit for a free quote. Audrey and David Pape and their son, Henry ’26, welcomed daughter Margaret McCormick on March 3.  Class of 1995 Caller: Paul Burke Liz and Scott Boehnlein are the proud parents of twin boys. George William and Scott Joseph, III, were born on April 25. for an inspirational book. Contact: or Class of 1986 Class Agent: John McCarthy (502) 262-4797 25-Year Reunion to be held September 30– October 1. Details will be mailed in August. Shift Captain: John McCarthy Callers: Scott Baumrucker, Jerry Henderson, Jim Lechleiter, John McCarthy Class of 1987 Class Agents: Kris Mueller (502) 599-7310 and Mike Jury (502) 458-6731 Shift Captains: Mike Jury, Kris Mueller Callers: Ted Bordador, Tom Hubbs, Mike Jury, Jimmy Kirchdorfer, Kris Mueller Ja Hillebrand served as chair of the 2011 Kentucky Derby Festival. He was also the first chair to ever run in the mini- Marathon during his term. Sean Rhiney has been named the Director of The Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning at Xavier University. He earned his B.A. from Xavier and his J.D. from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. Sean was previously the Public Service Coordinator and Counselor at the University of Cincinnati College Of Law’s Center for Professional Development. Class of 1988 Class Agent: Brian Doheny (502) 742-6337 Shift Captains: Brian Doheny, Charlie Mercer Callers: Brian Doheny, Jim Jury, Phil Longmeyer, Andrew Masterson, Jeff McMahon, Charlie Mercer Rick Nold has been named the head women’s volleyball coach at Auburn University. Class of 1989 Class Agent: Rick Tobe (502) 974-3872 Shift Captain: Rick Tobe Callers: Chris Brown, Scott Budnick, Rick Tobe Class of 1990 Class Agent: Tim Corrigan (502) 817-4177 Shift Captain: Tim Corrigan Callers: Tim Corrigan, Mike Hillerich, Todd Mercer Aaron Miller has joined Leadership Louisville Center as Program Manager for the Ignite Louisville and Focus Louisville programs. He has moved after spending 12 years doing the morning show on 102.3 The Max. Aaron and his wife, Susan, are parents of Maggie (5) and Charlie (2). Contact Aaron at to chat or learn more about Leadership Louisville. 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  8. 8. 14 Class of 1996 Class Agent: Jon Giacalone (502) 727-7926 15-Year Reunion to be held September 30– October 1. Details will be mailed in August. Shift Captain: Jon Giacalone Callers: Jeremy Bolton, Tendai Charasika, Jon Giacalone, Scott Gorter, Joe Higgins, Joe Nett, Zach Zinser Beginning July 2011, Zach Zinser will serve a one-year term as President of the Greater Louisville Association of Health Underwriters.    Class of 1997 Class Agent: Marty Schnurr (502) 333-9004 Shift Captain: Wes Orr Callers: Kevin Barrett, Kyle Bates, Cory Kaufman, Wes Orr, Marty Schnurr Laura (Assumption ’97) and John Eifler are the proud parents of John, III, (Jack) born on June 25, 2010. After graduating from Cornell Medical School, John and family are now residing in Baltimore where he is in residency specializing in urological surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Jennifer and Chris Mayer recently celebrated the first birthday of their son Henry Mills “The H-Train” (Class of 2028). Henry was born April 14, 2010. Chris and family reside in Louisville.   Lori (Sacred Heart ’99) and Wes Orr became the proud parents of Jameson Thomas (Class of 2028) on May 11, 2010. Wes recently partnered with Data Media, which sells computers and printers and offers full servicing and supplies for printers.  Call Wes at (502) 376-7896 to sign up for this year’s Shillelagh Cup golf outing, which will take place Monday, September 26 at Audubon Country Club. Last year, St. X alumni golfers beat the Trinity alumni 13-11.   Marty Schnurr, III, has joined Cast Stone Concepts full-time as Principal and Co-owner. Cast Stone Concepts ( specializes in making fine, custom concrete countertops, vanities, bars, and outdoor kitchens.  Marty co-owns the company with three other St. X graduates – Todd Bisig ‘97, Brad Bisig ‘00, and Marty Schnurr, Jr. ‘62. Contact Marty for a free estimate and Tiger-friendly pricing at (859) 333-9004 or Captain Nathan A. Leppert is currently stationed with the 101st Airborne Division in Afghanistan.  While he is deployed, his wife, Amy, and son, Ryan, remain at Fort Campbell, Ky. Susan (Ballard ’98) and Matt Stack  welcomed their second son and future Tiger, Henry Matthew on March 18. He joins big brother Campbell (Class of 2028). Matt recently opened Stack Insurance Agency in August 2010, which specializes in all lines of personal and commercial insurance. Contact him at his Louisville office at (502) 514-4577, ext. 100, or at (502) 644-7021. Class of 1998 Caller: Michael Bush Class of 1999 Class Agent: Charlie Dicken (502) 693-7583 Shift Captain: Charlie Dicken Callers: Charlie Dicken, Eric Gleis, Mark Klein Class of 2000 Class Agent: Brooks Mayer (502) 558-4913 Shift Captain: Brooks Mayer Callers: Danny Fuchs, Tim Furlong, Sean Lanning, Brooks Mayer Captain Joseph A. Leppert is stationed with the Colorado Army National Guard at Peterson AFB. He married Nelli Bosche of Hanau, Germany, on August 15, 2010, in Colorado Springs. Christal and Richie Gimmel are the proud parents of William Owen, born April 28. Richie has been promoted to Vice President of Engineering at Atlas Machine and Supply, which is based in Louisville.  Class of 2001 Class Agent: Nathan Durbin (502) 807-5723 Shift Captain: Eric Saling Callers: Tony Colyer, Nathan Durbin, Shane Moseley, Eric Saling Jason Hellmann will be graduating from the University of Louisville in December with his Ph.D. in Physiology and Biophysics. His parents and wife, Jessica, are proud of him for 10 years of hard work to complete three degrees.   Class of 2002 Class Agent: J. Shamus Greene (502) 295-3370 Caller: P.J. Duckworth Michael Stewart recently began a new role in the outdoor advertising industry with Clear Channel Outdoor as a Real Estate Representative in New York. He was previously an Account Executive with CBS Outdoor in Chicago. Michael is also coaching a youth lacrosse team in New York City. Bradley Lawson married Chelsea Korfel of Westerville, Ohio, on May 22. They are both 2006 graduates of the University of Dayton. Chelsea is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology at The Ohio State University. Bradley graduated in June from Ohio State’s College of Medicine and will start his residency in Otolaryngology (head and neck surgery) at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. The couple just returned from a year in Ecuador studying critically endangered harlequin frogs and providing healthcare to an indigenous village in the Amazon rainforest. Class of 2003 Class Agents: Zach Cooke (502) 396-7607 and Rob Schenkenfelder (859) 608-7416 Shift Captain: Zach Cooke, Rob Schenkenfelder Callers: Art Baumann, Paul Chumbley, Ben Colyer, Zach Cooke, David Horne, David Phillips, Brad Ruch, Rob Schenkenfelder David Horne has been named Director of Operations for men’s soccer at the University of Louisville. He previously served as General Manager of the Louisville Lightning. Bobby Curtis moved to the #7 spot, ahead of former marathon great, Alberto Salazar, on the U.S. all-time list for 10,000 meters. Running in the 2011 Payton Jordan Cardinal invitational in Palo Alto, Cal., on May 1, Curtis’ race time of 27 minutes, 24.67 seconds is a personal best and is better than the Olympic A standard for the 10,000 meters. Curtis finished second in the race to Kenyan runner Bedan Karoki. Justin Waskey flew one of two SH-60B US Navy helicopters during 2011 Thunder Over Louisville. The event is ranked as one of the top five air shows in the nation.  While at St. X, Justin was an All-State soccer player. He graduated in 2008 from the United States Naval Academy. Class of 2004 Class Agent: Matt Gandolfo (502) 649-0133 Shift Captain: Matt Gandolfo Callers: Matt Gandolfo, Ryan Jones, Bryan McCrea, Patrick McMahon Class of 2005 Class Agent: Joe Tronzo (502) 291-4330 Shift Captain: Joe Tronzo Callers: Paddy McCormick, Zac Taylor, Joe Tronzo, Harold Wainwright Class of 2006 Class Agent: J. Matt Raque (502) 296-5891 The Vanderbilt Melodores, co-founded by John Baunach, placed third at the 15th annual International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella at Lincoln Center in New York City. The group won the 2011 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award (the A Cappella equivalent of a Grammy) in the Best Classical Song category for their rendition of “Sleep” by Eric Whitacre.   15 Class of 2007 Class Agents: John Patrick Greenwell (502) 287-3690 and Daniel Francis (502) 533-5316 Donnie Bowers graduated from the United States Naval Academy in May, receiving his bachelor’s degree in economics. He has been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corp. Class of 2008 Class Agent: Peter Urda (502) 718-6994 Jack Hilt salutes fellow St. X alumnus Donnie Bowers ‘07 who recently graduated from the United States Naval Academy. Jack expects to graduate in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He has not yet made his service selection. Class of 2009 Class Agent: Chris Yared (502) 271-7999 Chase Carraro, a Lacrosse midfielder for the University of Denver, was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Tournament MVP. While the Pioneers season ended at the NCAA Final Four, Chase was named to the honorable mention USILA All-American team and the All- ECAC first team. Tony Bergamini and Chris Yared have attended two funerals at Meadowview Cemetery this summer, assisting the St. Joseph of Arimathea Society with burials. Class of 2010 Patrick Scrivener and Zachary Hensley both completed the BSA Eagle Scout Awards after St. X graduation. Collin Wainscott was the recipient of the 2011 Gwong Sun Scholarship at the University of Louisville.  The scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate student in Computer Engineering and Computer Science department with an outstanding academic record and potential for achievement in their professional career. Congratulations to Ben Kolb, a member of Bellarmine University’s track and field team, for winning the Decathlon at the Great Lakes Valley Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships May 8 at Missouri University of Science & Technology.  Ben tallied 6,330 points breaking a conference record which was set in 2003. Ben was also named GLVC Freshman Athlete of the Meet. The Bellarmine Knights finished runner-up in the Championships, which is the program’s highest achievement. Class of 2011 Class Agent: Will Ford (502) 619-8907 Neal Morris achieved the Eagle Scout rank in May. Rory Hopkins continues to serve as an active member of the St. Joseph of Arimathea Society, attending several funerals already since graduation. V o l u m e 4 4 • N o . 1 w w w . s a i n t x . c o m The Tiger is published three times a year by the Saint Xavier High School Alumni Association. To submit a class note or news article, or to make an inquiry, contact the Office of Advancement at, call (502) 637-8485, or mail to: Office of Advancement, Saint Xavier High School, 1609 Poplar Level Road, Louisville, KY 40217 Saint Xavier High School President Perry E. Sangalli, Ed.D. ’76 Senior Vice President and Principal Bro. Edward Driscoll, C.F.X., Honorary ’89 Vice President for Finance Lawrence F. Bergamini ’79 Vice President for Advancement Michael J. Littell, Honorary ’07 Director of Advancement Chuck Willenbrink ’77 Assistant Director of Advancement – Kelly Purcell Stratman Constituent Relations Assistant Director of Advancement – Holly Morris Annual Giving Executive Assistant for Advancement Natalie DeNardo Administrative Assistant for Advancement Stacey Mercer Administrative Assistant for Advancement Kathy Pierce Saint Xavier Alumni Board of Directors President – Charles F. Mercer, Jr. ’88 President-Elect – William J. Cooper, IV ’57 Vice-President, Resources – Charles B. Dicken ’99 Vice-President,Activities & Events – William J. Sherman, Jr. ’54 Secretary – Michael D. Bush ’98 Past-President – Anthony H. Ambrose ’63 Teddy E. Bordador ’87 Scott D. Budnick ’89 Paul A. Burke ’95 Phillip J. Duckworth ’02 Bradley F. Estes ’96 Mark E. Fetter ’69 D. Anthony Fink ’77 Alan L. Gates ’75 Paul M. Grisanti ’72 James R. Head ’50 Gavin X. Howard ’94 Michael D. Lush ’68 Paul M. Mangeot ’61 Andrew P. Masterson ’88 Mark W. Raque ’85 Arthur L. Rothgerber ’73 Eric J. Saling ’01 Michael R. Scheid, Sr. ’82 Thank You, Alumni Phonathon Volunteers 3014 STX_TigerNews_Summer 2011.indd 15-16 7/19/11 4:46 PM

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