Rob Morel '11: From Our Turf to Yours
When driving around Northeast Ohio you would be hard pressed not to find landscaped businesses and homes that haven’t been beautified by Morel Landscaping. A $2M company that is growing every day, built by one of Trinity’s own while he was walking our halls, Rob Morel, a 2011 graduate.

As a freshman, under the mentoring and tutelage of his grandfather, they decided to buy a trailer together. Rob would store his lawn equipment in the trailer and his mom would drive him around to mow lawns to make money during that summer. He continued to do this until he was able to drive, and then he had the idea to hire a few of his Trinity friends. “We began to do more and more lawns,” he said. “We would work after school, and on weekends. We kept doing it when I started at John Carroll, and after I graduated I kept it going and it blossomed.”

Rob earned an accounting degree at JCU, but ultimately turned down job offers. “I liked to landscape but it wasn’t my passion, but when I realized I could own my business, work on the administration side of it and use my degree, that’s when it became fun and drove my passion.” He has found this is his love, but not because of the incredible success Morel Landscaping has had. “The greatest satisfaction for me is creating an environment that people can find success." For Rob and his team this is only the beginning, “We plan to be an $8M business in the next 8 years, have more than 50 people working for us and understand that landscaping can be a great career!”

He is truly grateful for what Trinity gave to him, and gives a lot of credit for his success to the development he received here through the academics, retreat program, and athletics. “I loved leading retreats at Trinity, being a part of the living stations of the cross. Building relationships that have lived on to this day. Trinity showed me what I think is my most important skill of showing love and compassion, and how to enrich the lives of other people by caring, and being a servant leader.”
Join Us for a Big Homecoming Week!
We hope all alums can join us for several events taking place during a very special Ho mecoming Week as your Trojans will take on the Spartans of Richmond Heights on September 21. Events surrounding the annual game include:

Sept. 19 , Pre-Professional Internship Program 10 Year Celebration. Honor an incredible milestone for our unique work program. More information and RSVP here

Sept. 20 , Homecoming Celebration, 7pm,  Beer and Belly Sports Grille  in Northfield. Your first drink is on us and food is provided! RSVP here

Sept. 21 , Alumni Party, 5pm-Halftime. Enjoy refreshments while spending time with fellow alums under the North end zone tent of Bedford Stadium.
Trojans vs. Richmond Heights, 7pm

As more information becomes available we will update it on all of our social media pages, including our new  THS Alumni Facebook page!
Time to Reunite!
We are very excited to announce 2 reunions taking place this upcoming fall!

Class of 1969 50th Reunion
Oct. 12, 2019
Independence Civic Center (6363 Selig Blvd., Independence, 44131), 7-10 p.m.
For more information and to RSVP contact Barbara Gianelli at .

Class of 1989 30th Reunion
And on September 7, 2019 at the Class of 1989 will celebrate its 30 Year Reunion! The event will take place at Slyman's Tavern (6901 Rockside Road) at 6pm.
Tables are reserved in the party room with our own servers for drinks and full menu. 
No cost up front. All can be handled on an individual basis the night of the reunion. 
We do request an RSVP by August 31st, 2019 to ensure adequate space and table set up.
Please RSVP to Stacey Wolfe
216.509.3441 (call or text) or email at
Follow Us 24/7/365
What an incredible response we have had to the new Facebook Alumni Page! It took just a few weeks to have over 600 followers and it continues to grow each day! Enjoy photos, videos, and information to stay in touch with your former classmates.

You can also follow us on our THS Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn to keep up to date with all the excitement surrounding your alma mater. If you have any news, announcements or memories to share, feel free to contact our new Director of Marketing and Communications, Tony Burke at .
YOU are Invited!
During the 2019-20 school year we will be celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the  Pre-Professional Internship Program . Come celebrate with us on September 19, from 6-9PM, in a beautiful setting at Wal-Tam's at Holy Spirit Hall in Cleveland. It will be free of charge to attend, drinks and food will be provided! Simply  RSVP here . Thank you to all of our PPI partners for a decade of success and all that you have done for our students!
Upcoming Events
September 7 : Class of 1989, 30 Year Reunion, RSVP Stacey Wolfe

September 19: Pre-Professional Internship Program 10 Year Celebration, 6pm, RSVP Here

September 20: Homecoming Celebration, Beer Belly Sports Grille, 7pm, RSVP here

September 21 : Homecoming Game and Alumni Tent, Trojans vs. Richmond Heights, 9/21, 5pm

October 12: Class of 1969, 50 Year Reunion, RSVP Barbara Gianelli