Alum returns to Messmer as a volunteer

Alum, Christopher Walton '07, Regional Organizer, Democratic Party* of WI, has been helping Ms. Burkel with Congressional Debate. Mr. Walton, also visited Mr. Jenkin’s social studies class and taught the students how to register to vote. Thank you, Chris!   

*Messmer Catholic Schools welcomes people from all political parties and does not support any political party.

Langlas ran auction for public television's Channel 10

Both in front of the camera and behind the scenes, Art Langlas '64 was the man who kept the Great Channel 10 TV Auction humming along.

 

Newfound half brothers revel in joy of discovering one another
Bob Brown '72, who always thought that he was an only child, met for the first time with both half brothers from his father's previous marriage.

 

Cardinal Stritch assistant athletic director Rich Panella (MHS '64) named an inductee of the 2011-12 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame. 

Rich Panella '64 coached the Cardinal Stritch women's basketball team for 23 seasons before stepping down last year. He finished with a record of 548-139.

 

Robert Neja '52 added to West Ben High School's Wall of Fame

Robert Neja '52, is recognized for 25 years of teaching and coaching at West Bend East High School.

 

All State Thursday Night Lights video

Messmer High School Alumnus and Wisconsin Hall of Fame Football Coach Ron Davies '60 is guest commentator on Thursday Night Lights—and he makes a special mention of Messmer! Thanks, Coach!

 

For legendary coach, faith comes first
Pat Neary, Mesmer High School Class of '64, is described by many as a legendary baseball coach.  He recently retired from coaching at Oconomowoc High School.

Read more about Mr. Neary, his life, faith and career, in a report by the Catholic Herald.

 

 

 

 

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