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The Alumni Magazineof Cardinal Hayes High School
P22 | HAYESMEN ON ABC’S
GOOD MORNING AMERICA
POPE FRANCISINSPIRES HAYES SENIORSDURING VISIT TO NYC | P12
WELCOMEFROM THE PRESIDENTFATHER JOSEPH P. TIERNEY
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Dear Hayes Family,
We find ourselves midway through our school year, and so much has happened here at Hayes. In a short four months, we have experienced a tremendous range of emotions.We have celebrated the highs of playing in the CHSFL AAA Championship game against Stepinac and then, on Thanksgiving Day, defeating the Mount – again! We have also mourned the loss of Delano Cowan, a bright young student, athlete, and musician whose life ended much too soon. Through the prayers and presence of the Hayes community, we were able to show our love and support to Delano’s family, friends, and classmates in their time of need. Looking back at all that has recently occurred, we are truly blessed to be a family of faith, hope and love, the House we call ‘Hayes’.
This year, we will be celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the opening of Cardinal Hayes High School. In preparation for this significant event in our history, we have done some introspection in order to identify our strengths and weaknesses so that we can emerge stronger and more equipped to face the challenges that we, as an institution, face.
First, we are taking a thorough account of our finances. We have done this out of necessity, as the Archdiocese is no longer able to provide the direct support we once enjoyed. Cost savings have been identified, and controls have been implemented in terms of how we order and purchase our equipment and supplies. We have converted from oil fuel to natural gas to more perfectly heat this grand building, an investment that will pay for itself in less than two years. Additionally, we have made improvements to the top line through enhancements in our fundraising, as you will see from the report in these pages. My colleagues and I continue to personally reach out to alumni and friends of Hayes around the country.
Second, planning is underway to ensure that our academic programs are second to none. This plan includes a strategic look at best practices in recruiting great faculty members, providing for their professional development, and keeping them at Hayes for the long term. The competition to recruit
the best students is increasingly intense, so we must do our best to vie for their attention and encourage them to choose Hayes. As a mission-driven school, we are proud to accept students with learning difficulties. Hayes is proud to be the only Catholic high school in the Archdiocese to have such a program in place, as it allows students who would otherwise have very limited opportunities to strive and succeed in their academic pursuits.
Finally, we will take a moment from this challenging and rewarding work to celebrate all we have accomplished over the course of our 75-year history, and we invite you all to participate. Our official anniversary date is September 8, 2016 – the day when Cardinal Hayes first opened its doors to students – and we will be holding appropriate celebrations commemorating this event. We will also be hosting a 75th Anniversary Gala on Friday, October 21st at the Plaza Hotel. Please mark your calendars for this significant event in our school’s history. You will be hearing more about these events as they draw near, and I encourage you to participate in the festivities.
As you look through this latest edition of the Hayes Magazine, I hope you share my pride in all that we have accomplished. I hope this pride motivates you to become more involved by attending any of our cultural, athletic, and social activities at our beloved school. Hayes it truly alive and well, and we look forward to welcoming you back!
UP HAYES AND ALL ITS LOYAL MEN!
Father Joseph P. Tierney, President
WELCOME FROM THE PRESIDENT
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CONTENTS08-10The Popeof the People
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IN THIS ISSUE
02 Welcome from the President
06 Alumni Corner | Upcoming Events
08 The Pope of the People
11 The Hayes Perspective on BBC America
12 Pope Francis inspires Hayes
Seniors during visit to NYC
14 The Fraternity is Alive
16 Hayesmen Raise Funds for
Breast Cancer Research
18 Urban Farming and
Beautifying the Concourse
22 Hayesmen on GMA
24 Hayes Globe Trekkers
26 The Art of Proper Manners
28 A Rite of Passage
29 The Long Road to Success
30 Hayes Creates New Guidance
32 Lessons from an Honorable Hayesman
34 Hometown Brothers Keeping
the Tradition Alive
36 BlueStamp Engineering
38 Turkey Bowl: Clash of the Titans
40 Class Notes
42 Donor Roll
51 In Memoriam
30-31Hayes CreatesNew GuidanceResource Center
38Turkey Bowl:Clash of the Titans
and Beautifyingthe Concourse
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Alumni CornerLetter to the alumni communityand calendar of upcoming events
Dear fellow Hayesmen,
I wish you and your loved ones many blessings in 2016.
The mission statement of the Cardinal Hayes High School alumni relations department is, “To add value to the professional and social lives of our alumni and students”. This simple yet powerful mission inspires me each day. It provides direction as traditional and new initiatives are developed to add value to the roles and goals you have in life. With the benefit of having now spent a year in my position, I can say without hesitation that leveraging the alumni base for the mutual benefit of alumni and students is the most important thing we can do to live out our mission.
Alumni want to give back by mentoring, teaching and tutoring, and providing internship and employment opportunities. From our own experience as Hayesmen, we know students seek mentoring and direction during their teenage years. It is a time we all remember as exciting but also often filled with angst as to what to do next. In this new year, my hope is to bridge the gap between those with the noble need to help and those with the crucial desire to be helped. Alumni also want to aid other alumni. In 2016, we will work on initiatives focused on creating professional affinity groups wherein Hayesmen can coalesce around shared professional interests and opportunities. New resources are being assessed to make this process more streamlined for the benefit of all. I look forward to sharing more details in the coming months.
Another important element of our work is to continue to develop ways for alumni to connect with one another. With traditional events such as the Hall of Fame dinner
dance and the golf outing, along with alumni gatherings at places such as La Marina and Don Coqui, we will continue to provide all generations of Hayesmen the opportunity to socialize with one another. Your professional need to grow in your chosen discipline, your social need to interact with others, and your spiritual need to give back and leave a legacy that continues to drive our ingenuity to new levels.
Each day, I am grateful to be part of the Hayes family. I thank you for your continued support, and I look forward to working with you this year.
Maisel Mazier ‘93
MAISEL MAZIER DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI RELATIONS AND ANNUAL FUND [email protected] 718.292.6100 x101
UP HAYES ANDALL ITS LOYAL MEN!
UPCOMINGCalendar of Events
Hall of FameDinner DanceMarch 19, 2016
50th, 60th and 70th Anniversary Reunions
Career Day May 12, 2016
April 15, 16 & 17, 2016
June 3, 2016 – June 4, 2016
October 21, 2016
When you are looking for ways to help Cardinal Hayes sustain its reputation as one of the nation’s premierCatholic schools, you shouldn’t feel like you are choosing between your philanthropic goals and financial security.
One gift that allows you to support Hayes while receiving fixed payments for life isa charitable gift annuity.
Not only does this gift provide you with regular payments and allow us to further our work, but this gift also allows you to receive a variety of tax benefits, including a federal income tax charitable deduction.
For example, if Jack, 70, and Mary, 68, want to make contribution to Hayes that will support our work for generations to come, but they also want to ensure that they have dependable income during their years, they can establish a $50,000 dual life charitable gift annuity with Hayes. Based on their ages, they will receive a payment of $2,250 each year for the remainder of both of their lives. They will also be eligible for a federal income tax charitable deduction of $14,332* when they itemize. Finally, they will know that after their lifetimes, the remaining amount will be used to ensure the success of Hayes students.
CONTACT Tom Fike at (718) 292-6100 ext. 104 or [email protected] for additional information on charitable annuities or to chat more about the benefits of creating an annuity with Cardinal Hayes.
Legal Name: Cardinal and Gold FundAddress: 650 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451Federal Tax ID Number: 13-3691813
WHAT WILLYOUR LEGACY BE?
CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITYWITH CARDINAL HAYES
1SEEK the advice of your financial or legal advisor. 2If you INCLUDE Cardinal Hayes in your plans, please use our legal name and Federal Tax ID.3
*Based on annual payments and 2.4% charitable midterm federal rate. Deductions vary based on income earned. CGA’s may not yet be available in all states.
T H E
BY JACKINA FARSHTEY
For the first time ever, Pope Francis visitedthe United States, and two lucky Hayesmen had the
distinct honor of personally meeting the Holy Father.
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There are some once-in-a-lifetime events that create everlasting impressions. On Thursday, September 24th, five Hayesmen
formed a special bond that left them inextricably linked. For the first time ever, Pope Francis visited the United States, and two lucky Hayesmen had the distinct honor of personally
meeting the Holy Father. Daniel Afrifa and Carlos Ramos joined twelve other seniors from New York City Catholic high schools to take advantage of this rare opportunity. After he learned that he was selected by the Hayes administration to meet the Pope, Afrifa was elated and overjoyed. “This was absolutely amazing!
“ON THE OUTSIDE I WILL REMAIN CALM BUT ON THE INSIDE, I AM ECSTATIC.”
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When I told my parents, they were shocked. My four older brothers were thrilled and jealous at the same time. The Pope is such a good influence, and what he’s brought to the Catholic Church is a breath of fresh air. More people are receptive to the Catholic Church because of him,” said Afrifa. For seventeen-year-old Carlos Ramos, it was difficult to contain his excitement. “On the outside, I remained calm, but on the inside, I was ecstatic. The first person I told
was my grandmother. She jumped up and down.” Ramos recited a decade of the rosary in Spanish with the Pope at Madison Square Garden. “This situation has strengthened my faith. I am hoping to get a lot of inner strength from this experience.” Despite a whirlwind of newspaper interviews and television appearances, both Afrifa and Ramos handled the coverage like seasoned media professionals.
The flurry of activities continued on Friday, September 25th when three Hayesmen took part in a special BBC radio show and discussed the Pope’s visit to the United States.
The Pope’s two-day trip to the Big Apple included a prayer service at St. Patrick’s Cathedral, a formal address to the United Nations General Assembly, a visit to Our Lady Queen of Angels in Harlem, and a mass at Madison Square Garden. Since his ordination in 2013, the 78-year-old pontiff has enjoyed unprecedented popularity that has transcended social and religious
barriers. He is a charismatic spiritual leader who has captivated millions by preaching inclusiveness and acceptance. With 7.2 million Twitter followers, Pope Francis’ broad appeal has also attracted younger people from diverse backgrounds.
“THIS SITUATION HAS STRENGTHENED MY FAITH. I AM HOPING TO GET A LOT OF INNER STRENGTH FROM THIS EXPERIENCE.” POPE FRANCIS
TOUCHED THE HEARTS OF ALL WHO HEARD HIM AND HELPED US UNDERSTAND THAT WE ARE ALL CHILDREN OF GOD.
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Timothy Poindexter, Marco Perez, Ikponmwosa Pat- Osagie, and four students from Cardinal Spellman High School had an in-depth discussion concerning some of society’s most pressing issues. Over 300 million listeners from across the globe heard our Hayesmen debate about topics ranging from the death penalty to immigration. The students reflected on how the Pope’s visit brought a better understanding of some of the challenges we face as a nation. “It’s always nice to have a middle ground. Pope Francis is like a bridge. He connects the political world with the traditional world, so that we can have a stronger sense of communication. Our main goal should always be about achieving equality and harmony, and that is what Pope Francis is doing,” said Poindexter.
Marco Perez believes that this was an exceptional opportunity. “It was amazing having my voice heard among the younger generation. The Pope’s statement,… ‘I am an immigrant,’ shows that he is a man of the people. His words act as a beacon of hope for all us.” For Ikpownmwosa, it was a joy to just be heard as a teenager. “We discussed all the topics that the Pope talked about. Just to have millions of people listening is huge. I barely can get my parents to listen to me, so having millions of people listening to my opinion was amazing.” The four Hayesmen walked away from this experience with a great sense of pride. They represented Cardinal Hayes as strong, intellectual, and principled young men.
“WE DISCUSSED ALL THE TOPICS THAT THE POPE TALKED ABOUT... HAVING MILLIONS OF PEOPLE LISTENING TO MY OPINION WAS AMAZING.”
The Hayes Perspective on BBC America
The impact was incredible for the three Hayesmen who participated in the BBC America radio broadcast discussing the Pope’s address to the United Nations.
— BY JACKINA FARSHTEY
COVERAGE OF THE POPE’S 2015 VISIT TO NYC
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COVERAGE OF THE POPE’S 2015 VISIT TO NYC
Pope Francis’s historic visit to New York City has left a profound impression on all of us. Thousands of New Yorkers lined the streets of Fifth Avenue, 34th Street and Central Park West to get a glimpse of the 78-year-old pontiff. People of different religions, cultures and ethnic backgrounds came together to hear his heartfelt words. His universal message of peace, unity and love captivated audiences wherever he went. Despite the demands of his schedule and formal speaking engagements, he made it a point to meet with many of his young supporters.
The young men of Cardinal Hayes enjoyed a special role in the papal visit. Senior Daniel Afrifa represented the Hayes community with poise and distinction. Afrifa was interviewed by the Daily News, CNN, CBS 2 New York and other media outlets. Afrifa went on to meet Pope Francis at Our Lady Queen of Angels in Harlem, where he witnessed firsthand the Pope’s charismatic appeal.
Seventeen-year-old Carlos Ramos was selected to say a decade of the rosary with the pontiff at Madison Square Garden. Timothy Poindexter, Ikponmwosa Pat-Osagie, and Marco
Perez took part in an hour-long BBC discussion about the Pope’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly. Our Hayesmen demonstrated their thoughtfulness by providing insightful comments on various topics ranging from human rights to the current ecological crisis. Their considerate examination of these topics shed new light on these issues.
For a few days, New Yorkers stepped away from their frenetic schedules to pause and hear the Pope’s message of inclusion and tolerance. Whether it was the interreligious speech at Ground Zero or the Papal Homily at Madison Square Garden, Pope Francis connected with us in a way that few can and used his visit to try and bring us all closer together.
Pope Francis InspiresHayes Seniors during Visit to New York City
— BY JACKINA FARSHTEY
The House that Hayes built was rocking at the 2015 Fall Sports Rally! The entire Hayes community gathered in the gym to be introduced to the members of the fall sports teams, and show Hayes’ tremendous school spirit. Brother Sherlog energized the crowd with an electrifying speech about the power of cardinal and gold. This event signals the beginning of the fall sports season, and there were plenty of fans ready to show support for their teams. The H-Line and the band kept the momentum going for the audience. For junior Kristoff Robinson, music is the perfect channel through which to express his support. “We all have a voice, and we express ourselves differently. For me playing the drums is a form of self-expression and showing my respect.”
As the morning went on, we all witnessed the power of brotherhood, friendship and mutual respect. Justin Covington, captain of the varsity football team, addressed the school with words of perseverance and determination. “These people are family to me. They showed me so much love.” Covington spoke eloquently about the importance of doing your best in every aspect of your life.
— BY JACKINA FARSHTEY
“THE RALLY BRINGS THE SPIRIT OF HAYESTO EVERY STUDENT.”
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He went on to express his gratitude for the
unwavering support that he has received from
faculty and his fellow Hayesmen throughout the
past four years. Timothy Poindexter, co-captain
of the football team, is ready for the season and
humbled by the camaraderie. “Being part of the
varsity team is a great honor. We have a real
strong team going forward.” For many of the
senior players, this rally was bittersweet. “This
is my last time doing this. I’ve connected with
these guys for several years. This is so special
to me,” said football player Raheem Wilson.
Brandon Rodriguez summed it up best. “The
rally brings the spirit of Hayes to every student.”
If this event is any indication of what is to come,
our rivals will surely lose. Our Hayesmen are
ready to dominate!
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Hayesmen Raise Fundsfor Breast Cancer Research
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In the United States one out of every eight
women will develop breast cancerin her lifetime.
“It is very important to raise awareness, especially in our community. In the Bronx over 800 women are diagnosedwith breast cancer.”
This statistic is a reminder that early detection and
screening are crucial tools in the battle against this
disease. On Sunday, October 18th, twenty Hayesmen
from the Student Activities Committee (SAC)
helped raise awareness at the 2015 Making Strides
Against Breast Cancer Walk at Orchard Beach. For
some Hayesmen, this event hit particularly close to
home. Seventeen-year-old Nicholas Martinez has
seen the devastating effects of cancer on his own
family. “There are two of my family members who
have breast cancer and several others are battling
different types of cancer. I am here today to help
put an end to cancer and find a cure.” Mikal McKay
single-handedly raised $680 for the campaign
and knows how difficult it is to live with chronic
health problems. “This event is so significant to
me, because I have Sickle Cell Anemia. I know the
pain of going to the doctor every three months and
dealing with harsh symptoms. You don’t have to
donate money, but I encourage people to give their
For the past twelve years, the Making Strides
Against Breast Cancer Walk has attracted over
11,000 participants each year. In 2014, the
organization raised more than $500,000. Marlene
Medina, the Community Manager of Making Strides
Against Breast Cancer stressed that education is
a key factor in helping to combat the disease. “It
is very important to raise awareness, especially in
our community. In the Bronx over 800 women are
diagnosed with breast cancer. It has been proven
that breast cancer is the second leading cause of
death among women.” At the end of the campaign,
SAC raised $2,085 in support of the fight to find a
cure. Everton Rodriguez, a member of SAC since his
junior year, would like to help increase the survival
WITH A GROWING POPULATION AND DEPLETING FOOD RESOURCES, THE WORLD IS AT A CRUCIAL MOMENT IN HISTORY. FOOD SUSTAINABILITY IS ESSENTIAL TO OUR SURVIVAL, AND FINDING WAYS TO MAINTAIN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IS A DAUNTING TASK FOR SCIENTISTS.
According to a report by the United Nations Population Fund,
by 2030, the majority of the world will be living in urban areas.
In the South Bronx and other cities around the country, residents
are using urban farming as a way to address this challenge.
Four Hayesmen who are members of
the Cardinal Hayes Environmental Club are
taking a proactive approach to dealing with this problem.
They help manage the New Roots Community Farm,
which has become a source of pride for the area.
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Daniel Afrifa, who has been part of the club since his sophomore year finds the work rewarding. “Here in the South Bronx, gardens are not something that you frequently see. I think public green spaces and vegetable gardens enrich the community and enable people living in the city to experience nature.” Seventeen-year-old Edwin Dominguez enjoys seeing the end result. “We grow basil, tomatoes and other fresh vegetables. It’s really interesting to see how nature works and you get to see first-hand how all your hard work pays off.”
Since 2012, The New York Botanical Garden—Bronx Green-Up Program and the International Rescue Committee (IRC) have partnered to provide onsite technical training to members of the local community, students from various schools and recently arrived refugees from many countries. This initiative has been instrumental in helping to strengthen the urban agricultural movement throughout the borough. Susan Katz, Community Horticulturist for The New York Botanical Garden—Bronx Green-Up Program was impressed by the level of dedication and focus demonstrated by the students. “They were enthusiastic about the project. As they got more involved, the students realized they were helping the neighborhood thrive. This instills a strong sense of ownership.” Kathleen
McTigue, New Roots Program Manager believes the involvement of the younger generation is important. “It was an eye opening moment for me to see how this
has helped the young men. They are always respectful and willing to help.” Brother Chiulli, who is the moderator of the environmental club, is proud of students’ accomplishments. Our students have developed a certain level of maturity and teamwork. This program has also fostered more curiosity.
For Raymundo-Alvarez, this experience has a deeper meaning. “I feel good about being a part of this program. I believe I am making my community a better place to live and I take pride in the food that I’ve helped to produce. This is my lasting contribution to society and that is a great feeling.”
Another initiative that is important to the environmental club is the beautification of the South Bronx. On Columbus Day, Mr. Terence Mulvey and Mr. Winston van Buitenen led several members of the club to trim bushes, mulch flower beds and plant a colorful array of Chrysanthamums on
the traffic islands in front of the school. The students are doing their part in creating a cohesive environment and extending the Cardinal Hayes Campus.
Victor Gautreaux was pleased to be part of the project. “It was satisfying to see all the wonderful results of our hard work. If we don’t have any trees it will lessen the oxygen content in the air, so it is important to take care of our environment.” Sixteen-year-old Xavier Nunez was grateful that community members supported the clean-up. “We had a number of residents who thanked us while we were working. I felt happy that people cared about what we were trying to accomplish.” Prince Hunt, who recently joined the club, believes that setting a good example will help. “As a Hayesmen we live by a certain standard of success and discipline. Proper appearance is important and that is why we wear a suit and tie. If we must look presentable, so must our school.”
“I believe I am making my community a better place to live and I take pride in the food that I’ve helped to produce.”
BUSINESSBusiness owners are the economic backbone of our communities. Cardinal Hayes is establishing this affinity group to promote various business initiatives and support economic development. Come share your ideas with fellow entrepreneurs from the Hayes community.
Cardinal Hayes High School is developing affinity groups in the fields of medicine, law, clergy and business. Our goal is to engage these communities through networking sessions and mentoring
opportunities. Register now to receive more information. Thank you for your participation!
Are you interested in networking and professional development?
Affinity GroupsCardinal Hayes High School
The goal of the Cardinal Hayes Medical Affinity Group is to provide networking opportunities to Hayesmen in the medical profession. We intend to create a cohesive environment where medical professionals can share ideas and take part in various professional development opportunities.
LAWIf you are a Hayesmen in the legal profession, the Cardinal Hayes Law Affinity Group needs you! We are looking for legal professionals who are interested in career enhancement and mentoring. The affinity group will encompass seminars, informational sessions and community engagement activities.
Members of the clergy are a very important part of the community. Cardinal Hayes High School is developing this affinity group to bring religious leaders together. The group will be comprised of clergy members who seek to promote educational initiatives that will help broaden the dialogue with young people in our communities.
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME
FORTY-FIVE MEMBERS OF THE CARDINAL HAYES VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM SHOWED THEIR TEAM SPIRIT ON ABC’S GOOD MORNING AMERICA (GMA).
The segment was part of a promotional shoot for the
Monday Night Football game between the Arizona Cardinals
and the Baltimore Ravens. Our mascot energized the crowd
and our Hayesmen proudly represented the Cardinal and
Gold. Sixteen-year-old Jeremy Hubbard was thrilled about
being part of a major network event.
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CO-ANCHOR ROBIN WRIGHT GREETED OUR TEAM AND TOOK CANDID SHOTS WITH OUR HAYESMEN.
“I HAD A GOOD TIME. I ENJOYED THE TIME WITH THE TEAM OUTSIDE OF SCHOOL. THIS IS ALSO GREAT EXPOSURE FOR OUR SCHOOL WHEN WE PARTICIPATE IN THESE TYPES OF EVENTS.”
“I enjoyed this experience. This is a way for us to
show the public all the positive things about our
school.” For Qadir White this was a chance to see
the GMA cast up close and personal. “I had such a
great time with my teammates. My favorite part was
getting to see the on-air talent.” White and the other
Hayesmen stood behind meteorologist Ginger Zee,
all the while showing their enthusiasm and passion
for the game of football.
Co-Anchor Robin Wright greeted our team and took
candid shots with our Hayesmen. Junior Dante
Washington-Cherry could not contain his excitement
about the opportunity to represent Hayes.
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IT IS THE DREAM OF A LIFETIME TO TRAVEL TO
EXOTIC LOCATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
CULTURES THAT YOU TYPICALLY ONLY READ ABOUT IN
THE GLOSSY PAGES OF CONDÉ NAST
FOR TWO HAYESMEN, THIS DREAM BECAME A REALITY. Ikponmwosa Pat-Osagie and Marco Perez were young explorers during their four- week trip to Spain, Chile and Easter Island. Although the two Hayesmen went on separate trips, they both came away with a new sense of awareness about the world around them.
Pat-Osagie who visited Barcelona, Madrid, Argos and Granada was excited to be part this cross-cultural learning opportunity. “I wanted to get a new perspective on life. It was amazing to look through the eyes of the average Spanish teenager and see what they experience on a daily basis. This was such an eye opener for me. It also helped me see life from a different perspective.” He went on to visit some of the most famous locations in Spain including architect Antoni Gaudí’s masterpiece, the Sagrada Família. The basílica is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is considered an iconic symbol of Gothic architecture. GLOBE
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Marco Perez’s trip to Easter Island was equally impressive. The seventeen-year- old was exposed to local Rapa Nui culture and stood in front of the legendary Moai volcanic structure. The guided tours are led by local experts who provide students and youth chaperone leaders with in-depth sociological analyses of the various regions. “My experience in Latin America was amazing. The people were so open-mined and family oriented. It changed my mindset about the world we live in. After this trip, I have a deeper understanding of people and a more fluid approach to life.”
Pat-Osagie and Perez had this all access pass to some of the most breathtaking sights in the world courtesy of the Student Diplomacy Corps (SDC). The college readiness study abroad program was created to give students the opportunity to immerse themselves in local culture, history and folklore. High School juniors are selected through a multi-step application process that includes a formal interview by members of the SDC staff.
The Student Diplomacy Corps program was founded in 2013 by Tony Allen, Chris Frantz and John Meislin. All three directors have a wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of cross-cultural education. The program collaborates with a wide array of foundation donors in different sectors to help talented kids reach their full potential through well-crafted intellectually stimulating programs. Chris Frantz, a founding partner of the organization understands the power of exposing kids to this extraordinary opportunity.
Frantz went on to say that he and his staff were thoroughly impressed by our Hayesmen.
“They represented your school well. We are excited to work with more students from Cardinal Hayes.”
“THERE ARE SO MANY THOUGHTFUL YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION FIELD. THIS PROGRAM OPENS UP THEIR EYES TO A NEW WORLD. THEY GET TO EXPLORE, AND IT HELPS THEM SHINE A LIGHT INWARD, AND IT ALSO HELPS TO DEVELOP THEIR CRITICAL INQUIRY SKILLS.”
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MANNERSBY JACKINA FARSHTEY
ETIQUETTE IS THE
PRECURSOR TO EVERY SOCIAL
Since the French Royal Court of Louis XVI first established the rules of etiquette, the code of conduct has evolved over the years, but the basic principles of being polite and well-groomed has remained the same. Being unaware of these social graces can leave an individual socially clumsy. Sharon-Frances Moore, an Etiquette Coach has helped many clients over the years learn the nuances of proper social skills. Moore emphasizes that etiquette is of concern for everyone, not only professionals. Etiquette helps develop confidence. It is about personal empowerment and career advancement.
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Etiquette is not about being old school; it is about respect.” In today’s world, social connections have become even more paramount than ever. Therefore, young adults must be trained to understand the importance of manners. On Thursday, October 22nd, Moore invited four Hayesmen to an evening at the The Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center to see Puccini’s “Turandot.” Moore’s gracious invitation stemmed from her professional connection and friendship with our Director of Alumni Relations, Masiel Mazier. This opportunity helped our Hayesmen understand the role of etiquette in various social settings. Eighteen-year-old Jamie Avila
saw this event as a chance to be exposed to something different and unique. “This was my first opera and it was a nice experience. The etiquette course was helpful and it gave me a good deal of background and context. Knowing the dos and don’ts gave me a greater level of comfort.”
Daniel Afrifa was captivated by the dramatic scenery and stage-setting. “It was phenomenal. Their beautiful movements and the intricate plot were fascinating. The opera was definitely a worthwhile spectacle.” Senior, Eduardo Solis found that his etiquette training helped him to engage in conversation with patrons. “During
intermission, I had a chance to speak with a producer about the play. I learned about technical skills, production design and theatrical space.” As the evening went on, Moore was pleased to see how well our Hayesmen became more comfortable with their environment. “They all seemed so excited to be there. They were just delightful and orderly.” The Hayesmen found this experience a major confidence builder that will help them navigate any social circle they encounter in the future.
”ETIQUETTE IS NOT ABOUT BEING OLD SCHOOL; IT IS ABOUT RESPECT.“
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For many Hayesmen, the Senior Ring Night has become more than just a ceremony. It is a symbol of the Hayes legacy. On
October 29th, 150 students walked proudly across the stage of the Regis Philbin Auditorium towards their new journey. Sixteen-year-old Justin Covington recognized that this was an important milestone in his life. “Ring Night shows my journey of being at Hayes and at this point in my life I am ready to embrace the next chapter as a young adult. Over the past four years, Hayes has given me the tools to face life with determination and for that I am truly grateful.”
Sharing his perspective at the event, keynote speaker and Hayes alumnus Masiel Mazier ’93 addressed his fellow Hayesmen. Mazier, the Director of Alumni Relations at Cardinal Hayes, imparted words of wisdom to the current students and
stressed the importance of service to others. “It was an honor and meant a great deal for me to be here. Being able to share insights with fellow Hayesmen who are on the cusp of beginning their journeys into adulthood gave me great satisfaction. I firmly believe that our lives are just better when we focus on the needs of others.” This event also has sentimental meaning for Mazier. While a senior at Hayes, he did not receive his ring. However, twenty-two years after his graduation, he finally purchased his class ring, receiving it on the same evening as the members of the Class of 2016, and the ring is now a permanent
fixture on his right hand. This full circle moment struck a chord with senior Stephon Hinds.
Seventeen-year-old Assad Khalifeh’s experience was more about being in the moment. “It was great to enjoy this time with my brothers since this is my last year at Hayes. Ring Night helped me to take it all in. I learned the value of brotherhood and it showed me that with hard work anything is possible.”
— BY JACKINA FARSHTEY
“IT WAS GREAT TO SEE MR. MAZIER GET HIS RING AFTER SUCH A LONG TIME. ANOTHER PROUD MOMENT FOR ME WAS TO SEE MY PARENTS IN THE AUDIENCE SHOWING THEIR SUPPORT.”
A Rite ofPassage Ceremonies are occasions for individuals to highlight memorable events in their
lives. They help us connect to some of life’s pivotal moments.
A Hayesman’s Journey to finding his True Gift
Change didn’t come easy for seventeen-year-
old Nathan Smith. As a triple jumper for the
Cardinal Hayes High School track team, setting
the pace required him to take a series of detours
before he finally found his path. Already a
member of the track team as a sprinter, Smith was not at
all interested in triple jumping; then, one day, Coach Craig
Joseph became aware of Smith’s raw potential. It took stern
warnings, time in JUG and the guiding but firm hand of
Coach Joseph for Smith to begin to see the importance of his
talents. Through countless hours of practice at the Armory
on East 168th Street, Smith began to perfect his craft. Those
long practice sessions were a major turning point that would
change his work ethic and the course of his life. All his hard
work paid off on December 9th, when he signed a national
letter of intent to attend St. Andrews University on a partial
scholarship. The senior was grateful for all the lessons he
learned throughout this process. “At first, I didn’t take things
seriously. Coach Joseph saw I had potential and I owe it all
to him. He kicked me off the team for a week and told me if
I wanted this to be a part of my life to come back when I was
truly ready. After I went a couple of days without being on the
team, I realized I had to change.”
Smith also credited the culture of support and brotherhood
at Hayes for his new found success. “When I came to Hayes I
changed as a person, I started being more respectable. Hayes
became so much a part of my life that I could not live without
it.” Nathan Smith is now a self-assured and confident young
man ready to embark a new and promising journey in his life.
“I AM HAPPY THAT NATE HAS FOUNDSOMETHING THAT HE LOVES AND IS PASSIONATE ABOUT. THIS OPPORTUNITY WILL KEEP NATE ON THE PATH TO BEING SUCCESSFUL. SEEING HE HAD POTENTIAL IN SOMETHING ENCOURAGED HIM TO TURN THINGS AROUND.”
COACH JOSEPH HAS WITNESSED SMITH’S EVOLUTION AND IS PROUD TO SEE THIS AMAZING TRANSFORMATION.
LONG ROADTO SUCCESS
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HAYES CREATES NEW GUIDANCE RESOURCE CENTERBY JACKINA FARSHTEY
A well designed space can have a significant impact on productivity. The newly constructed Guidance Resource Center at Cardinal Hayes High School is a sleek and modern
space where students can feel comfortable while working to become inspired. The room is a nod to minimalism with stainless steel stools and splashes of contemporary pastel colors and slate grey flooring. The modern style allows students to sit comfortably while writing their college entrance essays or perusing various educational websites for internship opportunities. The space has garnered positive responses from students. Senior Jonathan Torres was happy to see this dramatic makeover.
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The role of the Guidance Department is critically important for students. It plays an integral part in the educational and social process. William Lessa, II, Senior Guidance Counselor and College Advisor, leads a staff of ten guidance counselors, intensely focusing on helping students achieve academic and personal success. “There is a strong outreach from day one. The counselors are
in touch with parents and develop productive relationships with them. I believe there is a spot for everyone in the world. Our mission is to find the best possible next step for each student that graduates from Hayes. Our job as guidance counselors is to give them the tools so they can achieve their academic, career and personal goals.” The center not only has a new look but is also equipped with the latest technology and high
speed wireless connectivity. The Google Chromebox is a prominent feature that is giving students access to college readiness platforms such as Naviance. Winston van Buitenen, Vice President of Finance and Chief Administrative Officer at Cardinal Hayes believes that the new environment is conducive to both learning and exploring. “The goal was to create an atmosphere that would inspire our graduating
seniors during their college research and application process. We modeled the overall design after that of an internet café, with bistro height counters, stools for seating and a peninsula table for group collaborations. Together with architectural lighting and graphic
treatments, we believe that we have created an environment that will significantly assist our students with their college research and choices.”
“THIS ENVIRONMENT WILL HELP US THINK AND BROADEN OUR HORIZONS. IT SHOWS THAT HAYES IS SERIOUS ABOUT US AND HAVING A ROOM DESIGNATED FOR COLLEGE PREP IS WONDERFUL.”
“When I walked in I was impressed. It is a dedicated space where we can prepare college applications. You can truly be inspired by looking at the positive words on the walls.”
Seventeen-year-old Ihthsham Gillani was thrilled that the school had invested time and resources into making this an inviting space.
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It was a celebration of academic achievement, but it was also a lesson about how to embrace the challenges of life. One hundred and twenty six
Hayesmen gathered in the Regis Philbin Auditorium on Tuesday, September 29th for the Fall Honors Convocation. Keynote speaker Luis Soto ’07 addressed students, parents and faculty with words of wisdom.
Christian Rodriguez and Jaime Avila who received top honors for their accomplishments, appreciated Soto’s candor.
Cardinal and Gold recipient Rodriguez was moved by the address. “His speech was an inspiration to us all. Even people at the bottom can rise despite the challenges they endure.” Eighteen-year-old Avila spoke highly of the Hayes alumnus.
“I admired what he had to say. He acknowledged that in life things sometimes go wrong, but there is always hope.”
This is the same philosophy that helped Avila achieve the academic status necessary to enter the illustrious Diamond H Club. “My
freshman year I received second honors, but my dream was to go for first honors and Diamond H. At first, I wasn’t sure that I could achieve this, but with the support of my family I stayed focused and believed in myself and I made it happen,” said the senior. For Raymundo Alvarez this event gave him a renewed sense of self-awareness. “Every year I’ve received first honors. This year I made it to the Diamond H Club. I left incredibly empowered. I‘ve been striving for this since freshman year,” said the seventeen-year-old. For these young men, the key takeaway from this event is not about how many times you win, but how to use life’s challenges as learning tools that can help you to achieve success.
“FOLLOW YOUR PASSIONAND STAY POSITIVE AS YOU GO THROUGH THE MOTIONS OF LIFE. KNOW THAT AT HAYES YOU WERE GIVEN ALL THE TOOLS TO SUCCEED. ALWAYS FEEL CONFIDENT IN YOUR ABILITIES REGARDLESS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES.”
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When you get Donald and David Almeida into the same room, you witness the unparalleled connection that they have as twin brothers. They are swapping stories and reminiscing about the carefree moments of their
adolescent years. Beneath this jovial and light-hearted banter are a passion and commitment to strengthen the Cardinal Hayes legacy. This story began long before their successful careers in the upper echelon of corporate America. Growing up in Northern Yonkers in a large family, the brothers developed a strong work ethic that would sustain them far beyond their teenage years.
Every summer, they worked at their father’s construction business learning the importance of hard work, discipline, and determination. The brothers also developed strong relationships with neighborhood friends, who eventually helped with their decision to attend Cardinal Hayes High School.
Traveling from Yonkers, New York to the Bronx was a memorable trip. Donald remembers it as a time of self-reliance that created a feeling of empowerment.
— BY JACKINA FARSHTEY
It is all in the Family
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At Hayes, David played a variety of sports, including baseball and tennis, and was a dedicated member of the band. As time went on, he began to understand the role of Hayes in his own life. “There was an abundance to push forth
the building of a Hayesmen. The school did a good job to prepare us for life. They pushed
you enough and directed you to the right place.” For Donald, the Hayes experience prepared him for the intellectual rigors of college life. “My time at Hayes allowed me to get accepted to Fordham University.”
After graduating from Hayes in 1969, the brothers attended Fordham University. Donald studied
accounting, while David pursued a degree in
finance. Donald became Vice
Pricewaterhouse Cooper, and David spent 19 years at BNY Mellon Bank where he served as Executive Vice President in Charge of the Global Trading Business. As they climbed the ladder of success, they did not forget the next generation of Hayesmen.
A SENSE OF DUTY
The old adage, “…to whom much is given much is expected,” holds true for the Almeidas. Throughout the years, they have been proactive about their involvement with the alumni community. In addition, they have provided tuition assistance to many deserving students. As a dedicated member of the Hayes Board of Trustees, Donald believes that in order to move forward, the school must have strong goals and expectations.
“There is an enormous Hayes network especially in the New York City area that we can leverage. What matters is adult role models and mentorship, which is a crucial element. If alumni got more in touch with the students, then they would in turn be more in touch with the school.” In the early 1980s, David took a prominent role in urban education. “I became more serious about inner city Catholic Schools and Hayes. Helping the kids is an important part of the work that we are doing. I cannot tell you how much respect I have for them. To this day, I am a proponent of Hayes. They do a great job and teachers are wonderful.”
“YOU BECOME INDEPENDENT VERY QUICKLY WHEN YOU COMMUTE BY TRAIN AND BUS.”
Although times have changed, the goal remains the same. Like the Almeidas, our Hayesmen see education
as the pathway to a world brimming with infinite possibilities. They hope to
inspire the next generation of Hayesmen to continue the strong tradition of
brotherhood and support. As they waited to be photographed for the alumni magazine
in front of Cardinal Hayes, there is a sense that the Almeidas are linked by duty and
obligation. The brothers stood proudly, smiled, and savored this full circle moment.
— BY JACKINA FARSHTEY
Our technological footprint is growing exponentially. The challenges to design infrastructure that will meet the needs of mankind
is the key to innovation. These scientific advances can bring about remarkable growth in biotechnology and solar energy and even provide access to clean water in developing nations around the globe. Engineers are at the very core of these complex issues. Two Hayesmen who aspire to answer these questions took part in a six-week summer program at BlueStamp Engineering. Eighteen-year-old Eduardo Solis, whose career aspiration is to be an aerospace engineer, learned techniques that helped him to become a better critical thinker. For his main project, Solis designed a remote control hovercraft and found the experience challenging but also rewarding. “When I first got to BlueStamp, I knew nothing about coding, but as the program went on, I started to develop a more analytical frame of mind. This process allowed me to think independently and pushed me intellectually.” Senior James Rendon found his
“WE TAKE AWAY THE ASSUMPTIONS ON DAY ONE. WE STARTED THEM
OFF WITH A PROJECT THAT DIDN’T INVOLVE MATH. GIVING STUDENTS THE
OPPORTUNITY TO GET STARTED IN A FUN WAY IS HELPFUL. WE MAKE IT ABOUT BUILDING AND CREATING.”
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time at BlueStamp a fulfilling and stimulating experience that helped him learn more about the field. “Those few weeks gave me a sense of what real life engineers have to deal with when it comes to problem solving. In addition, it gave me a better idea of how projects work in terms of coding and directional techniques.” Rendon built a PlayStation 2 omnidirectional robot as his main project. He added modifications like LED lights and lasers, an impressive first start for the budding engineer.
BlueStamp Engineering was founded by engineers Robin Mansukhani and Dave Young. The program has offices in New York City, San Francisco, Houston and Denver. Both Mansukhani and Young bring a wealth of experience from biotech to startup designs. Young believes that having a simpler and creative approach is the best way to introduce engineering to young people.
Young and Mashukani were impressed by Eduardo and James’ tenacity. We were pleased with Eduardo. He went all the way to the finish line. James’ project was equally complex. They were both very successful.”
The BlueStamp Engineering’s website has an extensive video library documenting these projects.Mashukani believes that these videos can serve as tutorials for young people who can’t attend the program.
BlueStamp Engineering was founded by engineers Robin Mansukhani and Dave Young. The program has offices in New York City, San Francisco, Houston and Denver.
“THE GOAL THAT WE HAVE IS THAT ANYTHING THAT YOU SEE ON THE WEBSITE CAN BE REPLICATED. THE VIDEO PORTFOLIOS WILL SERVE AS GUIDES TO HELP STUDENTS GET STARTED.”
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The rivalry between Cardinal Hayes High School and Mount Saint Michael Academy has spanned 69 years. When the rivalry began, Franklin Roosevelt was President of the United States,
Rodgers & Hammerstein debuted Oklahoma!, and Bing Crosby topped the music charts with his iconic song “White Christmas.” What does this tell you? Well, that rivalries never fade; they only grow stronger with time.
The Mountaineers held the Turkey Bowl Championship title for decades before The Cardinals recaptured the crown in 2013. For the past three years, Hayes has become a force to be reckoned with on the field. With Coach CJ O’Neil at the helm, the Varsity Football Team has remained victorious.
No one is more familiar with this decades-long tug of war than legendary Hayes basketball coach and Athletic Director Tom Murray. In 1952, Murray started attending some of the first games on Randall’s Island and has been dedicated to attending the yearly Thanksgiving games for over sixty years. “It is a tremendous time for Hayes alumni. It’s an opportunity to get the student body together to see old friends.” For Murray, the last few victories were incredibly special. He remains committed to cheering on our Hayesmen-- win or lose. “The loyalty of the Hayesmen is tremendous. The guys always had a deep appreciation for the opportunities that Cardinal Hayes gave them.” Murray also has some sound advice for the younger generation.
“Take advantage of the opportunities that are given to you. Seek advice from your guidance counselors and college advisors. Prepare yourself for the future and think about what you want to contribute to society.”
ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH THE CARDINALS CONTINUED THEIR WINNING STREAK BY BRINGING HOME YET ANOTHER GREAT VICTORY.
Every purchase made through The Hayesman Shoppe results in the direct support of Cardinal Hayes Athletics programs. As the official retailer of Cardinal Hayes High School, The Hayesman Shoppe returns a great portion of each sale to the school. We consider it a privilege to be able to work together with the athletic department to meet the financial challenges associated with modern high school athletics. When you purchase from The Hayesman Shoppe, not only are you assured of the highest-quality official merchandise, but you also have the satisfaction of knowing that you have truly helped support the programs that make you proud to be a Cardinal!
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MR. JOHNR. O’SHEA, PE
‘48sends his best to the Class of ‘48, especially Bernie Maloney.
‘43Started writing poetry at 80-years-old. Published his 19th book of poetry in 2015 entitled “Treasure Chest”
DR. JOHN H. WILLIAMSON, PHD
‘60has reconnected with former classmates Bill Ryan and Ray Kenney.
MR. JOHNE. NEVOLA
‘61wrote the award-winning historical novel “The Last Jump”
MR. ANTHONYDI PERNA is enjoying life in Boca Raton, Florida with his wife of 61 years and two of his four children. The other two still live in New York. He sends greetings to all his classmates.
‘60retired in 2001 from the New York City Department of Transportation after 37 years.
MR. EDWARDJ. PIWOWAR
‘55lives in Coastal Georgia. Love to find Ed Cap “55”.
MR. ANTHONYF. FARRUGIA
‘57resides in a senior community in New Jersey.
He enjoys traveling, fishing and tennis. He is also a grandfather to seven grandchildren.
MR. ALPHONSEJ. VALENTE
‘46sends best wishes to my 1946 Classmates!
‘49won the National Society of Casein and Acrylic Painters Award at the 73rd Audubon Artists Exhibition at the Salmagundi Club.
MR. GILBERT M. LANE
‘56wrote “Reflections on 30 Years of Teaching in East Harlem” (WingSpan Press).
MR. ROBERT J. FINORA
‘57retired as a school teacher.
MR. JAMESA. WALSH
‘50and his wife Janet have five grandchildren (K-7) and are active members with the Knights of Columbus.
MR. PHILIP A. GRIFFITH
‘52is a retired teacher at public schools and Adelphi University. Received 4th degree Award from the Knights of Columbus.
‘52is the grandfather of three. All are attending parochial school in the Washington, DC area.
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MR. WILLIAMJ. MEEHAN
‘61became a grandfather to a beautiful baby girl named Elizabeth
DR. JOHN T. MCCARTHY, MD
‘61is the grandfather to ten grandchildren and is enjoying retirement with wife Jane in Troy, New York.
MR. RALPHA. MANENTE
‘71retired as a New York Police Department Lieutenant. Currently Director of Investigations for Department of Education.
MR. MICHAEL J. MANTON
‘64sends his regards to the Class of 1964. To my Chemistry and Biology students from 9/60 to 6/77: you guys were a pleasure. Up Hayes and All Its Loyal Men!
‘64retired from the FDNY in 2011 after 39 years. He would love to hear from FDNY members and the Class of 1964.
MR. WILLIAMF. KERRIGAN
‘63retired as a supervisor from the New York Police Department.
‘73has been in private practice as an attorney since 1991.
MR. NICHOLAS J. BIANCO
‘62retired to Vero Beach, Florida from New York.
MR. WILLIAMP. KING
‘61sends best wishes to his Classmates in 4D and their families.
MR. THOMASD. KERSTING
‘66retired after 40 years of teaching high school English at All Hallows High School in the Bronx and at Briarcliff High School in Westchester.
MR. ANDREWCALABRESE, PHD
‘64retired from PPG Industries in 2007 as Director of Research Glass & Chemicals. His daughter Michelle is pursuing a Ph.D., and his son Dan is a sophomore at the University of Michigan.
MR. JACK CONCEICAO
‘73is celebrating 38 years at 1010 Wins Radio. A warm hello to Bob Reynolds, Manny Duarte, and Mr. Kerrigan.
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DONOR ROLL$100,000 +
Mrs. Kathleen Cavanaugh
The Fishlinger Family FoundationThe McQuade Family FoundationMr. and Mrs. Kevin ReedThe Scorsese Family FoundationThe Estate of Helen Gurley Brown
Mr. Nelson Conde ‘73Mr. John M. Conmy ‘61Ms. Elizabeth A. ConnollyDr. Vincent A. Conti, PhD ‘53Mr. Michael T. Corcoran ‘60Dr. Robert Cordero ‘75Mr. Michael Criscuolo ‘71Mr. John Curley ‘67Honorable Patrick J. Curran ‘49D&B Engineers and Architects, P.C.Mr. John J. Deasy ‘44Dr. Clement J. DeMasi MD ‘53Dr. Thomas E. Devine, PhD ‘55Mr. James G. Devlin ‘57Dr. Larry Di Fabrizio ‘75Mr. Anthony DiBartolo ‘65Mr. John P. DillonMr. Timothy P. Dineen ‘54Mr. John F. DiNome ‘47Mr. David J. D’Onofrio ‘59Mr. Dwight Doscher ‘69Mr. Edward J. Duer ‘60Reverend John J. Duff ‘64Mr. James J. Duffy ‘47Mr. Ronald C. Duffy ‘65Ms. Sheila DunphyMr. Joseph P. Durning PE ‘76Eyecare NowCaptain William G. Farrell, CEC, USNR (Ret.) ‘47Mr. James F. Farrell ‘51Mr. John V. Favorita ‘53Mr. Arthur J. Ferraro ‘58Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. FikeMr. Michael B. Finnegan ‘49Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Bill J. Fiorentino, USA (Ret.) ‘52Mr. James Flanigan ‘54Mr. Joseph B. Flick ‘76Mr. Stephen K. Fraher ‘70Mr. Richard A. Franco, Sr. ‘59Mr. Peter Fuster ‘75Mr. Vincent T. Gaglione ‘63Mr. Thomas J. Galvin ‘56Mr. John E. Gearity ‘57Mr. Thomas J. Gibbons ‘48Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Gibson ‘71Mr. John Gilheany ‘75Mr. Kenneth J. Gorman ‘50Mr. James J. Grifferty ‘54Mr. Michael F. Griffin CPA ‘72Mr. Vincent M. Grove ‘55Mr. and Mrs. Paul GuercioDr. Christian Guzman ‘75Mr. Patrick F. Hanley ‘60Mr. Donald W. Hanley ‘56Mr. Robert Hanna ‘72Mr. Joseph M. Hassett ‘45Mr. Joseph T. HeaveyMrs. Ann HenryMr. Edward Hernandez, Esq. ‘75Mr. Frank J. Holzmann ‘58Horace Mann SchoolMr. Germaine C. Ifudu ‘98
Mr. David Almeida ‘69Most Rev. Robert A. Brucato ‘49Thomas & Agnes Carvel FoundationMrs. Evelyn Stack
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Conroy ‘62Mrs. Anne De LeoMr. John G. Duffy ‘67Mrs. Elizabeth M. HeinMr. and Mrs. James P. Hynes ‘65Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Kakos ‘54Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Lomascolo ‘70The Joseph M. Nagle Scholarship FundMr. James Raymer ‘64Mr. and Mrs. John B. Zurell ‘59William E. Simon Foundation, Inc.Mrs. Eve Burton and Mr. John Finck
Mr. Donald V. Almeida ‘69Rev. John V. Donahue ‘62Mr. Steven Farella ‘73Rev. Louis R. Gigante ‘50Mr. Pashk Gjini ‘12Mr. Frank Granito IIIMr. Eugene W. Harris ‘69Highmark HealthMr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Johnson ‘76Mr. Michael F. Manzulli, Esq. ‘58Mr. William M. McLaughlin ‘54Dr. Seamus P. Metress, PhD ‘51Mr. Emmett O’Connell ‘53Mr. Raymond J. O’Sullivan ‘63Richmond County Savings FoundationDr. Carlos J. Rivera ‘75Mr. Albert L. Salvatico ‘68Dr. Roger A. Schinella ‘55Speiser, Krause, Nolan & GranitoMr. and Mrs. Joseph Spillane ‘65Mr. Timothy J. Toohey
Alumni Track AssociationMr. Francis A. Badillo ‘83
Mr. Pat Carlucci ‘69Carlos and Rodia CasadoMr. J. Martin Comey CPA ‘51Mrs. Rose DonnellyMr. Frank B. DoriMr. William DowlingMr. John Foley ‘66Mr. John Fontana ‘76Mr.& Mrs. Peter H. Gagne ‘61Mr. J.J.( Jack ) J. Gleeson ‘57Mr. Efren W. Gonzalez ‘47Mr. Thomas Joseph J. Grant ‘49Mr. Denis P. Healy ‘66Mr. Christian M. Hoffman Esq. ‘62Mr. Hector L. Jimenez ‘95Mr. Thomas F. Loughman ‘64Dr. Richard Luceri ‘65Mr. Robert J. McKenna ‘55Mr. George S. McLeanMr. William J. McNamara ‘59Mr. Edward Merrigan ‘68Mr. Mark W. Mooney ‘55Sergeant William C. Nelson ‘66Mrs. Kathleen O’GradyMr. Richard P. Oths ‘51Mrs. Catherine PalmeriParish Property Management Inc.Dr. Robert Plummer ‘74Mr. and Mrs Daniel F. Pyne ‘44Deacon Donald M. Quigley ‘63Mr. John W. Quinn ‘65Mr. Anthony T. Rusciano ‘62Mr. Leon P. Stamps ‘71SubwayMr. James F. Sullivan ‘58Mr. William E. Sweeney ‘52Mr. Edward P. Tierney ‘59Mrs. Patrice M. Weber-Teeland Dr. Thomas T. TeelMr. Christopher J. Young ‘67
Mr. James A. Keeshen ‘53 Mr. Daniel V. Keeshen (Dec.) ‘47Dr. Jesus C. Jaile-Marti, MD ‘79Mr. William J. Jordan ‘62Mr. Michael Keating ‘66Mr. Roger M. Kenny ‘55Mr. James F. Kiernan ‘49Mr. Lee Kinnally ‘65Mr. Raymond Koenig ‘46Mr. John E. Kopchinsky ‘67Mr. William G. Kowgios ‘64Mr. Louis M. Lavoie ‘56Mr. Robert H. Lindgren ‘50Mr. Bartley F. Livolsi ‘66Mr. John A. Lo Frumento ‘62Mr. Joseph LodsDr. Gerald M. Loughlin ‘65M Group Consulting LLCMr. Frank J. Maddalena ‘59Mr. Michael MagnoneMr. James P. Mahon, CPA ‘52John and Anne MarionCol. Charles L. Martin, Jr. USAF(R) ‘59Msgr. John M. McCarthy ‘46Mr. Gerard P. McCarthy, RN ‘68Mr. James McCauley ‘64Mr. Robert M. McDonnell ‘60The McDonough FoundationMr. John J. McElroy ‘46Mrs. Ann McHughMr. Patrick J. McLaughlin ‘48Mr. John J. McMahon ‘49Mr. Fred Michaels ‘59Dr. Thomas J. Moore, Ph.D. ‘57Mr. Bart T. Moriarty ‘51Mr. Terrence MulveyMr. George W. Murphy ‘53Mr. Richard J. Nagle ‘59Mr. James P. Nash ‘59Mr. John W. Nason ‘48Mr. James M. Noonan CLU, ChFC ‘58Mr. Hugh O’Boyle ‘59Father James T. O’Connor ‘57Mr. Bernard O’Connor ‘44Mr. Robert O’Donohue ‘75Mr. William J. Otto ‘73Ms. Anne PalermoMr. John P. Paolicelli ‘77Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Pauckert ‘51Msgr. Victor S. PavisMr. Richard Perna ‘68Dr. Rich Petriccione ‘77LTC. Ernest F. Philipp, USAF(Ret.) ‘57The PhilliesMr. Richard J. Preira ‘73Mr. Egidio M. Previtera ‘55Mr. Robert A. Purcigliotti ‘55Mr. Antonio P. Quesada ‘60Reverend John F. Quinn ‘63COL Ret Theodore J. Raia, Jr. MD ‘51Mr. Carlos Ramos ‘75Mr. John J. Randolph ‘54Dr. John Reehill ‘59
Mr. Paul AddiegMr. Thomas J. Baldwin ‘74Mr. R. Joseph Berger ‘49Dr. Frank J. Bia ‘63Mr. John Blake ‘69Mr. Michael M. BradleyMr. William P. Brady ‘58Mr. John V. Brull ‘56Mr. Joseph A. Buonagurio ‘47Mr. Robert W. Burns ‘69Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. BurnsMr. Daniel P. Butler ‘57Mrs. Mary Byrne RoganMr. Gerard J. Caccappolo ‘59Mr. Augustine A. Capasso ‘56Mr. Francis Carling, Esquire ‘63Mr. Andrew F. Carraro ‘58Mr. Thomas X. Casey ‘69Mr. Frederick B. Casey ‘56Mr. Richard E. Cashin ‘59Mr. Domenick Ciaccia ‘76Mr. Anthony A. Colangelo ‘66
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Mr. Frank J. Altieri ‘47Mrs. Rose AndersonMr. Raymond P. Anderson ‘65Colonel Michael R. Andriani, KGCHS ‘70Mr. William F. Armshaw ‘61Mr. Lawrence E. Auriana ‘61Mr. Darnley E. Beckles ‘64The Benevity Community Impact FundMr. Gerard V. Bochicchio ‘51Mr. Michael Boraczek, EdD ‘63Mr. Daniel Bosque ‘76Mr. Daniel Bowden ‘67 Mr. Joseph BradyMr. Anthony Breidenbach ‘79Mr. Patrick J. Brennan Jr. ‘75Mrs. Mary E. BrownMr. Robert M. Brownrigg ‘51Edward and Margaret BrueMr. Robert Buckley ‘66Mr. Serge B. Budzyn, PE ‘69Mr. Paul P. Buonaccorsi ‘60Mr. Patrick M. Burgoyne ‘51Rev. James E. Burke ‘50Mr. Vincent A. Burolla ‘61Mr. Michael A. Byrne ‘58Most Rev. Peter J. Byrne ‘69Mr. Matthew P. Byrne ‘75Mr. Joseph T. Campisi ‘64Mr. Aristide M. Capellini ‘64
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On November 20th, the Hayes community remembered
Delano Cowan. In a moving memorial service, students,
faculty and staff gathered in the Regis Philbin Auditorium
to honor and celebrate the life of a young man who had so
much potential. Cowan’s family was present to witness the
outpouring of love and support. “Our Brother is here with
us. He is in every Hayesmen in this building,” said Father
Tierney. The spirit of brotherhood was alive and well when
Delano’s friends and teammates spoke about the impact he
had on their lives.
As a member of the Varsity Football Team, Cowan was a
defensive tackle who demonstrated team spirit and a love for
the sport. Coach CJ O’Neil remembers the sixteen–year-old
as a determined young man. “He was a nice student who was
very coachable and a hard worker. He was a young man that
helped your program get better.”
It is clear that Delano Cowan will live forever in our hearts as a brother, a friend, and a great Hayesman. Rest in peace. # DC90Forever.
The Hayes community is saddened by the passing of Monsignor Joseph Ansaldi. As a devoted educator, mentor, and priest, Monsignor Ansaldi touched the lives of many who knew him.
HE WAS KNOWN AS A FAIR AND DEDICATED ADMINISTRATOR WHO WORKED HARD TO MAKE CATHOLIC EDUCATION MORE AFFORDABLE FOR FAMILIES.
At the time of his death, he was Principal of St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School in Staten Island where he spent 27 years in service. From 1963 to 1978, Monsignor Ansaldi was a history teacher at Cardinal Hayes High School. In 1990, he was named Monsignor by Pope John Paul, II. The following year, Cardinal John J. O’Connor named him co-vicar for Staten Island. Monsignor is survived by his siblings and several nieces and nephews.
CLASS 1945 George G. Herrmann
CLASS OF 1947Leonard F. Deprospo
CLASS OF 1948 John “Jack” McCooe John A. Stankiewicz Patrick (Joe) DurningWilliam Grant Patrick Charles McConnell
CLASS OF 1949 William C. TubmanJohn L. Schramel
CLASS OF 1951 Robert L. Rettig John P. Merkel
CLASS OF 1955 John E. Halpin
CLASS OF 1956 Robert W. Bantz
CLASS OF 1960 Joseph M. Walsh
CLASS OF 1991 Richard K. Parris
JOSEPH C. ANSALDI
“DELANO WAS REALLY A GOOD STUDENT. HE PRESENTED HIMSELF WELL AND WAS DOING WELL IN SCHOOL. HE WAS THE TYPE OF YOUNG MAN THAT ASPIRED TO DO A GREAT DEAL WITH HIS LIFE AND BECOME A DIFFERENCE MAKER.”
COACH CRAIG JOSEPH, WHO COACHED DELANO FOR TWO YEARS ON THE JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, REMEMBERS HIM FONDLY.