Alumnae Class Representatives

The purpose of the class representative program at St. Joseph’s Academy is to provide consistent communication between your graduating classmates and the Alumnae Office in order to maintain a connection with the school, promote the school mission, and inspire greater levels of class participation in alumnae activities and annual fundraising.

Responsibilities include:
  1. Recruit class members to aid in planning class reunion events.
  2. Reach out to classmates on a regular basis and gather the following information: any personal or professional updates for class notes in Wings magazine, and updated emails, updated mailing addresses and telephone numbers for the Alumnae Office database. The representative is also responsible for reporting any deceased class members to the Alumnae Office and encouraging attendance at alumnae association events.
  3. Be knowledgeable about SJA, and communicate relevant information to your class.
  4. Make an annual gift to St. Joseph's Academy and assist the annual fund solicitation efforts: recruit 2-3 class members, including yourself if needed, to make reminder calls or emails to classmates encouraging participation, post messages to class social media pages, support giving day efforts (Giving Tuesday after Thanksgiving and Give SJA Day in early May) by reaching out to classmates.
  5. At the end of your term, provide suggestions of potential class representative replacements.
Class representatives will serve for a term of two years. At the end of your term, you have the option to continue in the role for another term or assist in locating a replacement.

Check the drop down lists below to find your current class representative. At this time, some classes do not have a class representative. If you are interested in serving as a class rep, please contact the SJA Alumnae Office at alumnae@sja1840.org.

Class Representatives

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  • Class Representatives 1945-1959

    1945 Mary Catherine McDonnell Finnegan

    1946 Opportunity available

    1947 Jeanne Leritz Callahan and Dolly Dierker Bruce

    1948 Opportunity available

    1949 Opportunity available

    1950 
    Sue Collins Meara

    1951 Opportunity available

    1952 Opportunity available

    1953 Opportunity available

    1954 Marilyn Bischoff Cooper & Mary Gleason Hughes

    1955 Janet Dolan McAuliffe

    1956 Carolyn Carroll Zwart  

    1957 Kaye Kovol Hartweger

    1958 Lynda Langhi Wright

    1959 Bonnye Brimmer Perry
  • Class Representatives 1960-1969

    1960 Carolyn Cassani Ring

    1961 Opportunity available

    1962 Jane Fowler Walsh, Penny Holecek Rocco

    1963 
    Opportunity available

    1964
     Grace DeRienzo Benner

    1965 Nancy Carver

    1966
    Janice Jenkins Jennings

    1967
     Opportunity available

    1968
     Connie Boschert Diekman

    1969 Opportunity available
  • Class Representatives 1970-1979

    1970 Ann Knoedelseder Wiethuchter

    1971 Kathleen Nestor Frey

    1972 Opportunity available

    1973 Anne Nestor Blind

    1974 Opportunity available

    1975 Opportunity available

    1976 Opportunity available

    1977 Opportunity available

    1978 Donna Cline Maurer

    1979 Tina Altadonna Dubuque
  • Class Representatives 1980-1989

    1980 Opportunity available

    1981 Mary Jo McLaughlin

    1982 Mary Beth Garr Schwarz

    1983 Jenny Vietmeier Knapp

    1984 Kathleen McLaughlin Armstrong

    1985 Opportunity available

    1986 Opportunity available

    1987 Opportunity available

    1988 Gretchen Haumueller Pullium

    1989 Opportunity available
     
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  • Class Representatives 1990-1999

    1990 Opportunity available

    1991 Opportunity available

    1992 Opportunity available

    1993 Rita Huckla

    1994 Molly Murphy 

    1995 Kristen Bruce Miedler

    1996 Cori Castellano Sallaberry

    1997 Heather O'Keeffe Blakeslee & Jamie Bommarito

    1998 Opportunity available

    1999 Amy Kling
     
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  • Class Representatives 2000-2009

    2000  Amy Wellington Kretchmar & Anne Rotermund

    2001 
    Clare Conners MacConnell & Elizabeth "Liz" Hudson 

    2002 Katie Postal Mantovani

    2003 Mary Schnoebelen Luzecky

    2004 Opportunity available

    2005  Anna Anglim Farrell, Emillie Morris Garwitz, Suzanne Iovaldi

    2006 Sarah Pilliod Gantner

    2007 Opportunity available

    2008 Grace Hudson, Kelsey Hinds Postal, Kelli Unland, Allison Dorough Williams

    2009 Alyssa Hermann
  • Class Representatives 2010-Current

    2010 Hillary Williams 

    2011 
    Libby Garner

    2012 Kara Kieffer, Abby Morris 

    2013 Ali Hartweger

    2014 Katie Hayes 

    2015 Annie Merrill, Meredith Mannion

    2016 Marcy Hannick 

    2017 Lolo Davis, Natalie Stagoski, Kristen Weber

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St. Joseph’s Academy is a private, Catholic high school for girls in St. Louis, Missouri, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. Our mission is to provide quality Catholic education for young women in an environment that challenges them to grow in faith, knowledge, and respect for self and others. Our community expects these young women to make a profound impact in the world.

St. Joseph's Academy

2307 South Lindbergh Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63131
Phone: 314-394-4300
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