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Category: Alumni News

Loren ’56 and Mary Ann Gross receive Benedictine Award

Loren ’56 and Mary Ann Gross are the 2022 Benedictine Award recipients from Saint John’s Preparatory School. The Benedictine Spirit Award is given in recognition of someone who has demonstrated long-term dedication to the mission of Saint John’s Prep. Their exceptional commitment continues to further our tradition of providing an exceptional Benedictine education as we prepare […]

Pat Held ’69 receives Compass Award

Head of School Jon McGee is proud to recognize Pat Held “69 as the 2022 recipient of the Compass Award. The Compass Award is given in recognition of an individual(s), business partner, or charitable foundation for their leadership, engagement, and support, which has provided direction and guidance for Saint John’s Prep. Below are the remarks […]

Three Decades of Johnnies Reunite on Ballfield

Ted Fust ’80, Duane Dumonceaux ’90, Damien Dumonceaux ’00 All play for the Red West Legends, based out of Loretto, Minnesota. This is the Federal League of Minnesota 35+ Baseball League. Ted has played in this league for 18 years, and Duane and Ted have played together for 10+ seasons. Damien joined the team in […]

Pflueger ’00 returns to Prep as staff

Sara Pflueger ’00 felt called home. Her siblings, Ben ’98 and Becky ’03, both recently moved back to the Saint Cloud area. Following the desire to be nearer to family, after almost two decades in Chicago, Sara headed west. However she did not move to the family farm in Collegeville where her forebears have farmed […]

In Memoriam ~ Peter Froehle, Past SJP Staff

Peter H. Froehle Father of Stephanie ’79, Stephen ’82, and Susan ’85 Grandfather of Katy ‘16, Tracy ‘12 and Jonathon ‘07 May 7, 1937 – January 3, 2022 Peter H. Froehle, age 84, of St. Cloud, MN, passed away on January 3, 2022, while surrounded by loved ones, following an extended and courageous battle with […]

CARES Act Offers New Tax Deduction

In March 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, a $2 trillion economic stimulus package legislated to battle the harmful effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. One aspect of the legislation provides immediate relief for nonprofits such as Saint John’s Prep. But for it to bring relief to the Prep School, […]

Saint John’s Prep Alumnus Releases New Book

Futurist Jack Uldrich ’82 Explores Ways to Face Uncharted and Unpredictable Times In his new book, Business as Unusual: A Futurist’s Unorthodox, Unconventional, and Uncomfortable Guide to Doing Business, Saint John’s Prep School alumnus and global futurist, Jack Uldrich ’82, succinctly delivers ten Big AHA (awareness, humility, and action) ideas focused on helping business leaders […]

Prep’s Positive Impact

Being a Part of Something Bigger than Yourself Jeremiah Weber ’20 Jeremiah Weber ’20 was awarded the Citizenship Award at graduation, for consistently promoting respect for, and the building up of, the Saint John’s Preparatory School community. “I am proud to be a Prep. This school has traditions I will always carry with me.” Jeremiah […]

Values for Life

Benedictine Values Offer Guidance for a Lifetime Justine Meyer ’20 Justine Meyer ’20 was awarded the Benedictine Spirit Award for representing an embodiment of the values our school community holds most dear: The Benedictine Values. Justine is studying communications at the University of Minnesota, Duluth. Through creating humorous homecoming videos, encouraging the student body at […]