St. Paul’s alumnus and Alumni Director Charley Mitchell ’73 announced the publication of his latest book, The Civil War in Maryland Reconsidered, in November 2021. Co-edited with historian Jean H. Baker, the book presents new scholarship on critical episodes in the state’s Civil War involvement while telling the complex story of a crucial border state with divided loyalties.
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LaMonte Wade '12, was called up to the Minnesota Twins in June of 2019. Wade graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, where he played college baseball for the Maryland Terrapins.
Andrew describes the youth uprising in 2019 against the nation’s leaders, protesting social and economic conditions and a corrupt ruling elite.
The description by Hachette, the publisher, describes the book as "the definitive biography of rap supergroup and cultural icons, Wu-Tang Clan (WTC).
Congratulations to Lou Baker ’19 for being named Varsity Sports Network Player of the Decade.
A huge SP shoutout to Alex Rode ’18 and the University of Virginia Men’s Lacrosse Team for winning the NCAA National Championship with a score of 17-16. Rode was the starting goalie and had 12 saves including stopping a last-second shot to preserve the win.
Alan Wiggins ’01 continues to enjoy an impressive acting career, including a number of roles on Broadway, the pinnacle of American theater. He also performed for his alma mater in our late-summer virtual talent show.
Alec Mitchell ’10 graduated from the GIVE program in November, a nine-month fellowship through Business Volunteers Maryland. His team’s video presentation placed third out of eight teams and earned a $250 donation for the organization they helped, Birds of Urban Baltimore.
Paul Giulio ‘11 has been elected to the Board of Directors of NAIOP Maryland, an association with approximately 450 members that represents the interests of the commercial real estate industry throughout the state. Paul is the Development Manager for Hill Management Services, Inc.
Crusader alumni Clay Goodier ’00 and Dan Goodier ’01, cofounders and principals of Goodier Properties, were recognized in Baltimore Business Journal's "40 Under 40" Class of 2020. Clay’s two sons attend St. Paul's Lower School.
AJ Koikoi ’12, a graduate school student at Hiroshima University, presented a peace declaration to the president of the university at a commemoration ceremony on August 6, the 75th anniversary of Hiroshima’s nuclear bombing. AJ read the message in Japanese: “His Japanese is incredible!” said SP Japanese teacher Aki Julian, a graduate of Hiroshima University and AJ’s teacher and mentor.
Ben Morris ’16 completed his final year at William & Mary and was named a 2020 Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-American Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
Congratulations to Spencer Horowitz ’16 on being named to the Big South Conference’s 2010-2019 Baseball All-Decade Team!
Halsey Cook ’81 was a lead panelist at the National Geographic Circular Economy Forum in February, on the topic of sustainability. Since September 2018, Halsey has been president and CEO of Milliken & Company, a diversified industrial manufacturer that has been in business since 1865.
Josh Scheinker ’92 was named to the Forbes 2020 Best-In-State Wealth Advisors list. Selection criteria include revenue trends, assets under management, compliance records, industry experience, and adherence to best practices. In July, Josh stepped down as president of the SP Alumni Association to start as a term trustee of The St. Paul’s Schools.
Bill Childs ’72, former CEO of Chaney Enterprises, was named one of Maryland’s “Most Admired CEOs” in 2019 by the Daily Record. The award recognizes “talented business CEOs and nonprofit executive directors throughout Maryland for their leadership and vision,” noted the news on Chaney’s website.