Classes of 1934-1948 Gather for 70+ Year Reunion
The connection of alumni to Jesuit High School is quite strong, indeed. And with each year the bond only gets stronger. Alumni from 1934 to 1947 joined the honored 70-year Class of 1948 to celebrate this bond on Saturday, May 26.
Braving a torrential downpour, the veteran alumni and their guests gathered in Holy Name Chapel for a Mass celebrated by Jesuit’s president, Fr. Christopher Fronk, S.J. Then the celebration shifted to the Student Commons for cocktails and a delicious dinner prepared by Br. Billy Dardis, S.J. and his kitchen staff.
Blue Jay Spirit abounded not only with the recognition of the Class of 1948 as the 70-year class, but also with the presence of Dan Barrett ’34, who, at 101 years of age, may be Jesuit’s oldest living alumnus.