2017 Hall of Fame Inductees with Principal Sue Greis.
As you know,
Catholic Schools could not thrive without the generosity of parishioners,
parents, teachers, and volunteers. St.
Henry School is no exception.
Each year we
recognize someone who has made significant contributions to St. Henry
School. This year we would like to
recognize two people who have given countless hours to both St.Henry parish and
school. I am sure you recognize their
names, Angie Ziegelmeyer and her mother, Mary Diebold.
was born and raised in Dayton, KY. She
attended Bellevue High School and Academy Notre Dame of Providence for one
year. She entered St. Anne’s convent for 6 years to complete her education. She was a reservation agent at American
Airlines for a while until she started her family. She eventually went back to
American Airlines and retired from there in 2002. When Mary brought her family to St. Henry she
became PTO president in the 1979 school year. She volunteers every year at the
St. Henry festival and even babysits her grandchildren so her children can
volunteer. She is known to all of her
grandchildren as the world’s best grandma.
Mrs. Diebold has been a regular worker at the Thursday bingo. Mrs. Diebold has volunteered hundreds and
hundreds of hours in both the school and the parish. Through all of her
volunteering, she met some wonderful friends here at St. Henry and I think it’s
safe to say she is a friend to everyone here.
Zieglemeyer has been a parishioner of St. Henry since 1969. She attended school
here and is now a parent of children at both the grade school and high school.
Angie is just one of those people that you expect to see at every event. There
is a very long list of services she has provided for the people of St. Henry.
She volunteers at bingo, basketball games, and Olympic Day. You can also find
her working school fundraisers, serving food in the cafeteria, and helping out
during Catholic Schools week. Angie has
served on the Parish Council, The Crusader Royale Committee, Parish Education
Commission and PTO President. In addition to all of that, she finds time to
conduct all of the health screenings for the children in the school. Angie is a
nurse, a mother of three children (Abby, Megan, and Kyle) and she is married to
her husband, Scott. Somehow she manages
to give and give and give, all with a gentle smile. Angie, we can’t thank you enough for all you
do for us, but even more, thank you for who you are. I am very proud to present the 2017 St. Henry
Hall of Fame award to Angie Ziegelmeyer.
St. Henry School Catholic Alumni Hall of Fame Members:
1995-Martha Schmeing, Paul Ritter, Urban Lageman
1999-Joe and Vera Lonnemann, Bob and Lorraine Hilgefort
2000-Jim Cahill, Jack Scheben
2001-Crystal Fedders, Rev. William Neuhaus
2002-Howard Nienaber, Stan Rolf
2003-Gil Eisenmenger, Ralph Maley, Ken Gough
2004-Rose and Vince Kreinbrink
2005-Mike Arthur, Marcella Herzog
2006-Charlotte Flynn, Sue McGuire, Edna Riehemann
2007-William Eilers, Betty Dietz
2008-Greg Dixon, Margaret Wood
2009-Carolyn Scheben, Maureen Kaiser
2010-Dave Otte, Bob Hahnel
2011-Barry Mauntel, Tim and Kay Bernert
2012-Bob and Cindy Lageman
2013-Jeannie Bodde, Laura Ryan
2015-Mary Kay Kriege
2017-Angie Ziegelmeyer and Mary Diebold