Portland, May 5th.  “Remember, Celebrate, Believe” was the theme for the 44th annual Jesuit High School auction. Honored guests included Jesuit Father, William Hayes, and retiring principal, Sandy Satterberg. Jesuit celebrated their combined 60 years of service to the school. Gina Gladstone and Jesuit President, John Gladstone thanked supporters like Leslie Ganz, Mark Ganz, and Sandy Shepanek. The event drew 570 people.

Retiring Principal, Sandy Satterberg and her husband Rod visit with fellow honoree, Jesuit Father William Hayes

Retiring Principal, Sandy Satterberg and her husband Rod visit with fellow honoree, Jesuit Father William Hayes (Photo Credit, Jesuit High School)


Margo Strength, Kathy Krach and Dave Krach

Margo Strength, Kathy Krach and Dave Krach

Anne Andersen, Wayne Monfries, LaShurya Stallworth

Tom and Nancy Truszkowski with Krissy and Jeff Johnson

Kimberley and Mark Sandquist

Roxanne Stapelton and Kathy Dodds

It was the 44th annual auction for Jesuit

Jill Hall, Kathy Dodds, co-chair Gigi Van Rysselberghe and Joyce Horstkotte

Susan Hoffman, Diane Kalez and Karen Weil

Auction co-chair Gigi Van Rysselberghe with Father Paul Grubb

Chris Pozzi, Elliot Nistler, Josh Pierson and Colin McKeen

Stan and Kathleen Myers with Allison and Martin Kehoe

Tim and Lisa Strader with Fr. Patrick Conroy (Who is is a Jesuit Priest who is serving as the 60th Chaplain of the House of Representatives) and Marshall Glickman

The event featured performers from Jesuit's production of "Singin' in the Rain"

From Jesuit High School:Jesuit High School, located in Portland, Oregon, was founded in 1956 by the Society of Jesus and is part of a 450-year Jesuit educational tradition. Jesuit High School is a non-profit, coeducational college-preparatory school for grades 9-12 that serves students of all religious faiths.

Jesuit’s curriculum is founded in the educational philosophy of Jesuit founder, St. Ignatius of Loyola, and takes a holistic view of adolescent education, which includes nurturing the spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual, and aesthetic gifts each student brings to campus. Jesuit hopes to accomplish this development by demonstrating a personal concern for individuals, an articulate wisdom, enthusiasm, and a sense of community. In so doing, we hope to graduate leaders who are committed to serve God and their fellow men and women through a profound sense of justice founded in love, i.e. leaders who are “men and women for others.