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•   Kevin Pallardy (Pallardy) (1970)  1/17
•   Tim Fortune (1973)  1/12
•   Gregory Grinstead (1969)  1/10
•   Robert M. Yoffie (1967)  1/9
•   Robert L. Fowler (1967)  1/6
•   Dan Ernst (1964)  1/4
•   Tom Woodruff (1967)  1/4
•   Robert Jordan (Jordan)  12/31
•   Ambrose J. Maltagliati Jr. (1963)  12/28
•   William Matthew Joseph Genova, P. E. (1969)  12/27
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•   James W. Grace (1962)  1/23
•   Mr. Phil Hartlaub  1/23
•   James Hass (1971)  1/23
•   Robert A. Funke (1965)  1/24
•   Mr. Martin Milstead  1/25
•   Neil F. Flynn (1972)  1/26
•   Terry L. Gloriod (1965)  1/26
•   William J. (Bill) Kaatman (1950)  1/26
•   David F. Berra (1969)  1/27
•   Larry Strassburger (1957)  1/27
•   Mike Woldman (1957)  1/27
•   Eugene F. Christopher (1959)  1/28
•   Patrick E. Curran (1968)  1/28
•   Jerome M. Phelan (1953)  1/28
•   Michael C. Torretti (1970)  1/28
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

10 live in Alabama
1 lives in Alaska
22 live in Arizona
8 live in Arkansas
70 live in California
25 live in Colorado
3 live in Connecticut
2 live in Delaware
2 live in District Of Columbia
72 live in Florida
15 live in Georgia
2 live in Hawaii
4 live in Idaho
86 live in Illinois
16 live in Indiana
7 live in Iowa
31 live in Kansas
15 live in Kentucky
4 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
16 live in Maryland
6 live in Massachusetts
22 live in Michigan
9 live in Minnesota
3 live in Mississippi
1,421 live in Missouri
1 lives in Montana
4 live in Nebraska
4 live in Nevada
2 live in New Hampshire
11 live in New Jersey
10 live in New Mexico
7 live in New York
14 live in North Carolina
18 live in Ohio
7 live in Oklahoma
6 live in Oregon
18 live in Pennsylvania
10 live in South Carolina
18 live in Tennessee
70 live in Texas
3 live in Utah
28 live in Virginia
14 live in Washington
1 lives in West Virginia
8 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in Wyoming
1 lives in Alberta
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Australia
1 lives in China
1 lives in Colombia
1 lives in Dominican Republic
1 lives in Germany
1 lives in India
1 lives in New Zealand
1 lives in Singapore
2 live in United Kingdom
1 lives in Zimbabwe
304 location unknown


Percentage of Joined Classmates: 48.5%

A:   1210   Joined
B:   1284   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

Welcome to the McBride Alumni Website

In 1921, funds to build a Catholic High School in St. Louis, Missouri were given to the Archdiocese by Mrs. McBride as a memorial to her husband, William Cullen McBride, an outstanding Catholic layman. In the words of the late Cardinal Glennon, Mr. McBride was “a man who saw and understood the questions of his day, and even foresaw those of the future. He realized the need for educating the hearts and minds of youth so as to fit them for facing the problems of life.”

Under the guidance of the Brothers of Mary, McBride opened in 1925. During its 47 years, McBride rose to become a landmark and a milestone in education. Situated on the northwest corner of Kingshighway and Cote Brilliante Avenue, this limestone educational institution yearly molded and shaped the lives of six hundred young men. Graduates passed through her famous colonnades each year well prepared to meet their moral and civic responsibilities in an adult world. For a variety of reasons, the school closed in 1971.

In 1985, as part of their 50th reunion, the class of 1935 decided to rekindle the fire by establishing a McBride Alumni Club. Our rosters now include 418 teachers and 7,385 former “McBride Micks”.

On March 10, 2009, the New McBride Alumni site was launched.  Please let everyone know about this site, and keep the spirit of McBride alive.

McBride Alumni Club

P.O. Box 50096
Clayton, Missouri  63105

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Over 1,450 Micks are registered on our site.  We continue to have new registrations as alumni find our site.  Be sure to tell fellow classmates about our site and have them register.

Make sure you have your most recent email address in your account profile.  If you have changed your email address over the past few years be sure to check your profile to make sure you do not miss any annoucements from our site.

McBride Legacy Scholarship Phase II  UPDATE
November 2021

In this season of giving thanks and counting our blessings, we are thankful for your generous support of the McBride Legacy Scholarship Fund. Our Phase II fundraising results made it possible to award $1,000 (a $200 increase) to each of the McBride Scholars (total of 60) in the 2021-22 school year.

Once again, we extend our gratitude to Joe Nettemeyer for his generous match opportunity to continue to spark alumni interest in carrying forward a Marianist education for today’s Chaminade students who are McBride legacies. These young men are the bright minds of the next generation who will lead and sacrifice to build a better future.

Class Rankings

Of the 508 Micks who have made a gift to our Phase II efforts, 143 contributed to both the Phase I and Phase II efforts, and 363 have joined the efforts in Phase II. Participation has been strong across all the classes.

The top ten classes are:

1967 with 48 donors      1963 with 31 donors

1970 with 42 donors      1965 with 30 donors

1968 with 37 donors      1962 with 27 donors

1969 with 33 donors       1961 with 18 donors

1964 with 32 donors       1966 with 18 donors

Need Your Support 

We are $36,000 short of maximizing Joe’s matching gift opportunity. Maybe now is the right time for you to make a gift and take advantage of the matching opportunity as well as a making a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from your IRA. A QCD would exclude the amount you donate from taxable income and can be counted toward satisfying your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) for the year, as long as certain rules are met. Also, QCDs don't require that you itemize, which due to the recent tax law changes, means you may decide to take advantage of the higher standard deduction, but still use a QCD for charitable giving.

Gifts can be made online via credit card at or mail your gift to Chaminade College Preparatory School, Attn: McBride Legacy Scholarships, 425 S. Lindbergh Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63131-2729

May God bless your life with love and joy this holiday season and all through the year.

If you have any questions, please contact any of us on the committee or Julie Lohr, Chaminade’s Director of Development at (314) 692-6652, or email her directly at

We send our heartfelt thanks and best wishes.

McBride Legacy Scholarship Committee Mike Andert ’70 Ed Bovier ’63 Tony DeNatale ’63 Glenn Farmer ’67 Jack Fischer ’66 Mike Hagenhoff ’63 Mike Hahn ’64 Russ Isaak ’60 Ron Johnson ’63 Joe Laffleur ’65 Tom Lauman ’65 John Marino ’70 Ray McKeever ’62 Mike Milne ’63 Joe Nettemeyer ’69 Mike Nettemeyer ’73 Jerry Noce ’70 Larry Porschen ’67 Mike Reinhardt ’71 Joe Rupp ’68 Bob Scanlon ’69

Maybe a Qualified Charitable Distribution is Right for You

Required Minimum Distributions, often referred to as RMDs, are amounts that U.S. tax law requires one to withdraw annually from traditional IRAs and employer-sponsored retirement plans.

The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (SECURE Act) became law on December 20, 2019. The Secure Act made major changes to the RMD rules. If you reached the age of 70½ in 2019 the prior rule applies, and you must take your first RMD by April 1, 2020. If you reach age 70 ½ in 2020 or later you must take your first RMD by April 1 of the year after you reach 72.

RMD rules apply to tax-deferred retirement accounts: • Traditional IRAs • Rollover IRAs • SIMPLE IRAs • SEP IRAs • Most small-business accounts • Most 401(k) and 403(b) plans

If you’d like to reduce the effect of RMDs on your taxes, consider making a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD). A QCD is a direct transfer of funds from your IRA custodian, payable to a qualified charity. A QCD would ex- clude the amount you donate from taxable income and can be counted toward satisfying your RMD for the year, as long as certain rules are met. Also, QCDs don’t require that you itemize, which due to the recent tax law changes, means you may decide to take advantage of the higher standard deduction, but still use a QCD for charitable giving.

The maximum annual amount that can qualify for a QCD is $100,000. This ap- plies to the sum of QCDs made to one or more charities in a calendar year. (If, however, you file taxes jointly, your spouse can also make a QCD from her own IRA within the same tax year for up to $100,000.)

A tax advisor can help you determine when to take RMDs and if a QCD is appropriate for your situation.