The McCain Institute for International Leadership held their first Debate & Decision Series 2014 in Arizona: “Drone Killing – Is it helping or Hurting?”, February 20, 2014 at the Walter Cronkite School at Arizona State University.
Former Student Body President, Paris Dennard ’00 serves as the Events Director at The McCain Institute.
Prayers for the family of Ted Novak, class of 2000. Ted worked the summer Loyola Project in recent years, and was teaching at St. Francis. His heart was strongly rooted in the Brophy community. He is survived by his mother Mary, Brophy Counseling office administrator, his dad Greg, a ’69 Brophy graduate, and his sister Lindsey, uncles Mark ’71, David ’67 and Tom Manos ’70. He was preceded in passing by his dear cousin Stephen Manos ’00.
Brophy Alumnus Matt Emerson ’00 published today in the journal “First Things.” His essay reflects on how Ignatius stood apart and is “…a man for all seasons.”
First Things article
Mitch Pomeroy, father of Stephen Pomeroy ’00 and Nick Pomeroy ’07 passed away unexpectedly on May 4, 2012.
Mitch was born in Illinois but still considered himself a native of Arizona. He will be deeply missed by his high school sweetheart (and wife) Cathy, and sons Stephen & Nick who considered Dad to be the rock in their lives.
Mitch was always a big kid at heart, loved spending time with his family and relaxing while gardening or fishing. He had a passion for helping people, was there anytime someone needed him, quick with a smile, ready to laugh and always happy to lend a tool or hand to anyone in need. Mitch wanted “no fuss.” Thus, private services will be held at Hansen Chapel 8314 N 7th St Phoenix, AZ 85068 on Friday May 11th.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Mitch’s honor to the Brophy College Preparatory Memorial Fund (4701 N Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85012).
Mitch’s family wants to thank all the friends, neighbors, and co-workers for their love, prayers, and kind thoughts during this difficult time. We know Mitch would like to thank all of you who helped him live, work, raise a family, and share a good laugh along the way – you all meant the world to him.
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