St. Brendan hosts 7th annual Senior Alumni Breakfast
For the 7th year St. Brendan School has invited graduating seniors to an Alumni Breakfast. The students are those who graduated from St. Brendan School in 2013. The gathering is to enable those graduating seniors who have attended local Catholic and public high schools to reunite in reminiscing about their days at St. Brendan School and to share experiences from their high school years as they reconnect. Forty-two of the fifty 2013 graduates attended.
Here are the current plans for our future accountants, computer experts, engineers, educators, nurses, business majors, criminologists, pharmacists, veterinarians, occupational therapists, film producers, a mathematician artists and zoologists:
Emily Clark – Bowling Green State University, J’Niah Johnston-Reynolds – Case Western Reserve University, University of Cincinnati – Hope Gleason, Nick Janning, Sam Mandzack, Charlie May, Maddie Schnurr, Alec Shough, Maria Sheikh, Andrew Szczesny and Alex Young, Edison Castaneda, Britton Flemming, Erik Manning and Rachel Westbrook – Columbus State Community College, Ethan Bogan and Katie Perry – University of Dayton, Matt Dockman – to attend Duke University, Emily York – Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee, Megan Shanahan – Loyola University of Chicago, Rachel Lyle, Joseph Seidensticker and Michael Seidensticker – Miami University (Ohio), Ellen Geyer – Notre Dame University, Vinh Thai – Ohio Northern University, Max Greenhalgh – Ohio University, The Ohio State University – David Bair, Chloe Balyeat, John Britt, Shannon Peck, Riley Ryan and Jessica Shirley, Otterbein – Alessandra Cunningham, Allison Luckscheiter, Megan Ray, Ashley Samuelson, and Erin Vonderwell, John Jelinek – Toledo University, Gabby DeBellis – West Virginia University, Carly Stang – Wittenburg University, Rhys Jones and Ben Maag – Wright State University, Marissa Anthony, Cece Baker and Kyle Schroeder are undecided now.
The St. Brendan Parish and School extends their congratulations and blessings as these young people transition to the next phase of their life journey.