Platinum Reunion Honors Pre-1969 College and Prep School Studets

Attendees gathered at St. Charles on Thursday, June 13th to celebrate the school’s 2019 Platinum Reunion. This annual event honors the school’s earliest graduates as well all those alumni and teachers who have died. Surviving spouses are always encouraged to attend in tribute to their husbands. This year, the fraternal gathering welcomed graduates former students and family members from the Classes of 1927-1966 — of both the Prep School and St. Charles Borromeo College.  A special Mass was held in Mother of Mercy Chapel at 10:30 a.m. Our thanks to Msgr. Bill Dunn ’57 and Fr. Homer Blubaugh ’60 for serving as our concelebrants and organist Jack Kneuve ’20 ( St. Timothy School and parish). A complimentary served lunch, catered by Bosc + Brie, and a “State of the School” presentation from Principal Jim Lower followed afterward in the Campus Theater’s Cavello Center.


(Photo)  In Mother of Mercy Chape (Front, from left) Pat O’Reilly ’62, John ’59 and Anne Hohmann, John leach ’54, Frank Spiers ’52 and Roy ’51 and Margaret Gutmann; (Second row, from left) Jim Devine ’58, Jim ’58 and Pat Mark, Charlie Pickard ’58 and Dave ’58 and Dolores Brannigan; (Third row, from left) Charles ’60 and Mary Baumann, Bob ’49 and Pat Albert and Cathy and Tim ’53 Faherty; (Fourth row, from left) Fran Ryan, Suzy and Dick ’51 Couhglin, Ron Eifert ’52 and Phil Hall ’47; Fifth row, from left: Bill Bringardner ’49, Deacon Dan Murray (College) ’69, Jim Knapp ’65, John Mullin ’54 and Ed Slattery ’60; (Back row, from left) Anne and John ’60 Medert, Frank Lally ’63 and Phil ’53 and Rose Schaeffing; (Standing, from left) Fr. Homer Blubaugh ’60 and Msgr. Bill Dunn ’57. Not pictured: John Eberts ’51 and Tom Ryan ’52.









(Photo) John Eberts ’51 and Tom Ryan ’52 missed the group photo but not lunch!




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Columbus, OH 43209
Phone: (380) 209-2222


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