March 2019

I find it hard to believe that 50 years have passed since I graduated from Mother Seton School! But, as a member of the Class of 1969, that's true. Recently, several members of our class gathered together to celebrate that milestone. We had a marvelous time, including a tour of the school, a luncheon, a visit with Sr. Patricia Ann Bossle (known as Sr. Mary Aloysius back in our day) and Sr. Joan Keating at St. Joseph House, and a few hours at the Ott House to continue catching up!

(Left to Right) Class of 1969 members: Vida Antolin, Bob Henke, Tom Vaughn, Tim Holden, Kate Marshall, Kevin Gorman, Marty Manning Gorman, seated, Sr. Patricia Ann.


Can you pick us out from the 1969 class photo with Sr. Joan Keating? Hint: Kevin isn't in the picture since he was not in school that day. We've all changed a little bit (and from my personal perspective, thank goodness for contacts!)

Despite the different paths we have all travelled in the last 50 years, one thing we still have in common: our gratitude to Mother Seton School for the education we received there and to our parents for the sacrifices they made to enable us to attend an academically-strong, faith-based school. 

Enjoy the spring time weather and have a blessed and happy Easter!


Kate Marshall
MSS Class of 1969  
Brede Laug (MSS 2016)  

Brede (MSS 2016) has been accepted into the Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation program for this summer. It's a 5 week, college level program, taking place on the Hood College campus, in which the students participate in activities in all fields of engineering: civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical and material science. 









Julia Laug (MSS 2014)  

Julia (MSS 2014) has been named to the Dean's List in the Seidel School of Education at Salisbury University for the Fall, 2018 semester. 

Good work, Brede and Julia!









Hamrick Family News
(L-R) Parents Kim and Wes Hamrick, with Reagan, Brandon, and Abby. 

In December 28, 2018, Reagan Hamrick (MSS 2009) married Brandon Gauer at the Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary Chapel, with a celebration following at the Gettysburg Hotel. Reagan and Brandon currently live in Jacksonville, NC, where she is starting school to become a North Carolina State Highway patrol officer. Her sister Abby Hamrick (MSS 2011) is currently attending the Howard County Police Academy and will graduate at the end of August as a Frederick County Sheriff's Officer. Wes continues to be very active at MSS as one of our Board of Directors. Congratulations and thanks to both Reagan and Abby!
Nick Monacelli (MSS 2000)

And in other first responder news, check out this cool article/video clip featuring Nick Monacelli (MSS 2000). Nick is a Lt. Cmdr. in the Coast Guard and the commanding officer of the USCGC Hollyhock, which was assigned to break up the ice and clear the way for a freighter on its way up the St. Clair River to Sarnia, Ontario.

Click photo or HERE to view video
MSS Alumni Giving Back

We are blessed because our MSS alums give back in so many ways!  Ned Remavege (MSS 1961) and his wife Patricia recently volunteered to be guest readers at MSS's 'Read Across America' on March 1.  Read Across America is a nationwide awareness program that encourages every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2 (or close to it), the birthday of the children's author Dr. Seuss. I'm not sure who had more fun- Ned and Patricia or the 2nd graders they were reading too! 

Congratulations to our students at St. John Catholic Prep

Freshman- MSS Class of 2018
Honors with Distinction
Deanna Thompson
Devon Thompsdon

President's List 
Megan Adams

Sophomores- MSS Class of 2017
President's List
Kevin (Jack) Guinan

Juniors- MSS Class of 2016
President's List
Emma Adams (Consecutive Honors for five semesters or more)

Senior- MSS Class of 2015
President's List
Katie Adams (Consecutive Honors for five semesters or more)

The President's List is awarded to students who received all A's or a GPA of 4.0. What an impressive listing! Congratulations to all of you!
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