January 30, 2017- Archbishop Curley High School President Fr. Donald Grzymski announced today that Curley received the second largest gift in the school’s history. Brothers John ’76, Joseph ’83, and Andrew ’87 Suehle, all alumni of the school, are donating $500,000 to Curley in honor of their parents, Dorothy and (the late) Edward Suehle. “This unrestricted gift is truly transformational for our school and will benefit our current students along with generations to come. We are grateful to the Suehles for their support and investment in the future of our school,” said Grzymski.
In recognition of this gift, the school’s auditorium will be known as “Suehle Auditorium.” “Our parents made many sacrifices to send us to Curley. The school and the friars really helped to shape who we are today,” said Andrew Suehle. The school will host a dedication ceremony on April 5th which will include Mass and a reception for family and guests.
The Suehle brothers are owners of Image Engineering, a company they started in their parents’ basement and has grown into a multi-million dollar enterprise. They provide visual effects including laser effects, 3D video production, mapping and pyrotechnics for clients ranging from professional sports teams to music tours, television shows, and corporate events.
Archbishop Curley High School, an all-male Catholic school rooted in the Franciscan tradition, is located in northeast Baltimore.