Reunion Weekend June 2-3

Find your way home to Gilmour for Reunion Weekend 2017
Welcome Home Party 6:30-10:30 p.m.
Tudor House and Tudor Gardens
All alumni from the Classes of 1950-2012 and guests are invited to attend a casual evening featuring heavy hors d’oeuvres, spirits and music. Valet parking available at the Cedar Road entrance.
Tours of Tudor House 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Led by Gilmour archivist Brother Ken Kane, C.S.C.
SATURDAY, JUNE 3–9:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
Alumni Family Picnic and Activities
All alumni classes and their families
    • Bus tour of four of Cleveland’s historic mansions including the Drury Mansion on Euclid Avenue. Bus departs promptly at 9:30 a.m. from Tudor House and returns at noon. Limited seating.
Alumni Games, 10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m.
If you are interested in playing in an alumni game, please contact the following:
Class of 1967 Golden Lancers Luncheon12:15 p.m., Tudor House
  • Hosted by Head of School Kathleen C. Kenny.
    This event is open to the members of the Class of 1967 only.
  • Family Open Swim–Noon-3 p.m.
All reunion classes ending in “2” and “7.” Spouses and guests invited. Cocktail attire suggested. Please use the SOM Center Road entrance to access parking lot.
Alumni Reunion Mass
5 p.m., Our Lady Chapel
Head of School Reception
6 p.m., Gilmour Academy Athletic Center
Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres hosted by Head of School Kathleen C. Kenny
Dinner and Grand Party
7:30 – 10:30 p.m., Gilmour Athletic Center
Dinner, dancing and photos

Class of 1967
Celebrate your Gilmour Academy 50th Reunion and enjoy all on-campus reunion activities and the historic mansion bus tour as guests of the Academy. Your spouse or guest is also a guest of the Academy.
Saturday’s Grand Party Early Registration Benefit
Reservations made online by Friday, May 19 or postmarked on or before May 19 receive a discounted rate of $70 per person.
Complimentary Child Care Service on Saturday Evening
Please note the names and ages of children on your registration. Snacks, dinner and activities will be provided.


For further information, please contact Cheryl Gutchall at (440) 684-4525 or

Lancer Spotlight

List of 6 news stories.

  • Young Alum Pursuing Passion He Studied During Senior Project

    Joe Armagno '14 is pursuing his passion – a passion for the culinary arts that he says he discovered while at Gilmour and was able to pursue further during his senior project. Since graduating, Joe has remained connected to Dr. Vaughn and Dr. Vaughn recently introduced Joe to current Gilmour parent – and James Beard Award-winning chef – Jonathan Sawyer. Thanks to that introduction, Joe is now working in one of Chef Sawyer’s restaurants – The Greenhouse Tavern.

    After graduating from Gilmour, Joe studied culinary management at the University of Akron for two years and then transferred to the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He takes his courses online so that he can work in Cleveland while attending school.

    Joe started at Greenhouse Tavern as a fry cook, moved up the grill and is currently training to work the pastry station. He helps the chefs come up with the daily specials based upon the ingredients the restaurant has on hand. However, if he wants to try something unique, the chefs will order special ingredients and let him experiment.

    Joe says that he has learned a great deal about building levels of flavor into a dish and believes that it all starts with the ingredients used. One of the reasons he enjoys working at Greenhouse Tavern is because the restaurant is a 100 percent locally sourced, organic restaurant, so it only uses the freshest seasonal ingredients and changes its menu frequently. He also loves that when planning the menu, the chefs look for the cooks’ input and they all brainstorm to create the best dining experience possible for the customer.

    Next stop? After graduating, Joe would love to spend a year or two training under a chef in Europe to build on what he’s learned from Chef Sawyer and his team.
  • Joey DeGrandis featured in Chagrin Valley Today

    Joey DeGrandis '03 was recently featured in an article in Chagrin Valley Today about a condition he has called Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory, or HSAM. This neurological condition that allows people to remember nearly every event in their lives. DeGrandis has also been featured on 60 Minutes, NPR’s “This American Life,” Vice and New York Magazine.

    He studied communications at Fordham and is now a marketer for a technology company called Medidata.
  • Patrick Mohorcic Continues to Live the Gilmour Mission

    Photo credit: Matt Dilyard, The College of Wooster

    Patrick Mohorcic '14
    , a senior at The College of Wooster majoring in political science and minoring in business economics, is a three-year starter on the football team on the offensive line. He is also living the Gilmour mission each day – creating a more humane and just society – and people are taking notice. In the past month, he has been nominated for two huge honors.
    First, he was named to the prestigious Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®. Only 22 college football players are named to this team annually. Read more about this award. Also, be sure to vote for Patrick as team captain!
    Just a week later, the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame (NFF) named Patrick as one of the 181 semifinalists for the 2017 William V. Campbell Trophy®. The award recognizes an individual as the absolute best football scholar-athlete in the nation. Learn more about this award here.
    Patrick was selected for both of these honors for the variety of initiatives he’s involved in off the field. He helped revitalize an organization at Wooster that advocates for the prevention of sexual violence on campus. He was nominated by faculty members and his peers to participate in Wooster’s “Student Leadership Institute” and he is a founding member of “ScotsCare,” a student organization that builds a connection between Wooster athletics and students with special needs at Wooster.
    We’re so proud of you and the work you’re doing to bring about change, Patrick!
  • Gilmour Alum Named to Allstate AFCA Good Works Team

    The College of Wooster's Patrick Mohorcic earned a spot on one the most prestigious off-the-field teams in college football, as the senior center was one of 22 student-athletes named to the 2017 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®, as announced by Allstate Insurance Company and the American Football Coaches Association on Thursday. Read more.
  • L to R: Scott '98, Craig '94 and Christen '00

    The Conards

    The Conard siblings have certainly taken to heart Gilmour’s mission and are doing their part to make the world a better place. While Craig ’94, Scott ’98 and Christen ’00 have followed different career paths and are living in different parts of the world, they are united in their passion for giving back.
  • Gilmour Alumnus Selected to Crain's Cleveland Business 40 Under 40

    Photo by Jason Miller for Crain's Cleveland Business
    Congratulations to Mark Panzica ’96, who was recently selected to the Crain’s Cleveland Business 40 Under 40 list. In its 25th year, the annual list honors 40 Clevelanders under the age of 40 for their professional success and their civic contributions.

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