Stay Connected to Waldron
Alumni Visit Campus as Part of 90th Anniversary Alumni Archival Project
We are always thrilled when our alums visit us. It gives us an opportunity to learn about the many and varied paths they have taken since their days at Waldron. Please feel free to stop in "to share your story" and see first-hand all the exciting things happening on campus.
W. Gresham O'Malley '46 visited his granddaughter Mimi O'Malley and her classmates. Mr. O'Malley answered questions they compiled about his time at Waldron and entertained them by singing the Waldron song in existence during his time as a boarding student.
Former Executive Director of Advancement Steve Stritch and Peg Flynn met with Hilaire O'Malley '53 to hear Mr. O'Malley's story about his days at Waldron. He and three of his brothers are Waldron alums and his family has a long tradition with the Sisters of Mercy. Curtis Cockenberg, a member of the Class of '67 and former Board Trustee, visited Waldron to "tell his story" about the years he spent at Waldron from kindergarten through grade 8. He is pictured with Steve Stritch and Nell Stetser, principal. To celebrate our 90th anniversary, we interviewed alumni from each decade to share their story as part of our Alumni Archival Project.