The Curley Family celebrates the ceremonial laying and blessing of the cornerstone on April 17, 1962 by Archbishop Lawrence Shehan. Today is an opportunity to share a little of Curley’s history and to recognize some of those who are “cornerstones” of the school.
The day consists of a special Mass at 9:30 AM to pray for the faculty, staff and students, alumni and former faculty, and the parents of current students and alumni. Certain groups and individuals are honored according to the following categories: Mission Support, Scholarship Donors, Dedicated Volunteers, Unsung Alumnus, Long Serving Faculty/Staff.
The Sheridan Foundation, represented by John Sinclair, for Mission Support;
Fred Dvorak ’83, as Dedicated Volunteer;
Matt Libber ’98, as Unsung Alumnus;
Tim ’67 and Judy Earnest, as Scholarship Donors;
Dan Popera, as Long Serving Faculty and Staff.
Cornerstone Day is also our annual day of giving which sets the focus toward the future to enable more students to benefit from the education and brotherhood of Curley, and also to allow more “cornerstones” to emerge.
Combining the two foci of Cornerstone Day, looking to the past and to the future, students, faculty, staff and parents have the opportunity to make a gift to honor those who make Curley a special place.
Members of the Curley Family can show their “Curley Pride” by sending in photos of themselves decked out in their Curley gear.
Please include the names of people in the photo and the graduation years of alumni in the photo.