The Alumni Association is a growing group of individuals working together to completely and accurately represent DeLaSalle today. The association’s mission is to create events that enhance financial support of Islander students while encouraging all DeLaSalle alumni to get involved in a variety of events. The association is working to expand its reach with representation from each graduating class.

Alumni Association Board Members

  • Denny Farrell ’62
  • Pat Kaiser ’74
  • Anna Mazig ’04

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The DeLaSalle Hall of Fame recognizes those individuals who display a commitment to the Lasallian heritage and legacy. Nominations may be submitted here. Nominees must be a graduate of, have coached at, or made an exceptional contribution to DeLaSalle.

The 2019 Hall of Fame induction ceremony will occur on Thursday, August 8 at 6:15pm in the Main Gymnasium with a social at 5:30pm. To join us in the celebration, watch for invitations!

Three awards make up the DeLaSalle Hall of Fame. You may click on the award to view past recipients.

The Lasallian Award

Established in 1989 to recognize and honor select DeLaSalle graduates and friends whose current efforts and achievements uniquely reflect St. John Baptist de La Salle’s vision of Christian leadership, support of education, and service for the world in which they live. Their continued efforts are worthy of honor, support, and gratitude.

The Roberts-Reinhart Award

Established in 1995, the Roberts-Reinhart Award honors those Hall of Fame recipients who have earned special recognition in the area of athletics. It is named in honor of George Roberts and Dick Reinhart, DeLaSalle Hall of Fame Inductees and coaching legends.

The Hall of Fame Award

Established in 1989, the DeLaSalle Hall of Fame perpetually honors and commemorates those graduates and friends whose leadership and achievements in the areas of Christian faith, education, service, and athletics have made an outstanding and enduring impact on DeLaSalle and its tradition. Because of what these award recipients have done in their lives and for DeLaSalle, it can be said that DeLaSalle would not be the same without them.

The Brother Michael Collins Award

Named after our former President, Glee Club Teacher, fine-arts advocate, and visionary who inspired many to pursue their talents in the fine arts; Brother Michael Collins ‘55, FSC, the Brother Michael Collins Award honors those members of the Islander community who have made significant contributions to DeLaSalle through the arts and other non-athletic programming. This award recognizes those distinguished honorees that have excelled in areas outside of athletics, using their craft and talents to inspire and give back to their own communities or to DeLaSalle High School.

To enter a Hall of Fame nomination, please contact Veronica Rucker at 612.676.7687.

2015 Hall of Fame Honorees

L-R: Barry Lieske, AFSC; Ken Gieske; Amy Ennen (on behalf of Joseph Ennen '39); Adam Kowles '91; Jessie Hill (on behalf of Charlie Smith '59); Michael Riney '65; Dave Thorson

L-R: Barry Lieske, AFSC; Ken Gieske; Amy Ennen (on behalf of Joseph Ennen ’39); Adam Kowles ’91; Jessie Hill (on behalf of Charlie Smith ’59); Michael Riney ’65; Dave Thorson

 

 

2014 Hall of Fame Honorees

Top (L-R): Tim Holker '64, Al Reger '38, Mary Ann Dorsher; Bottom: Barry Lieske with 1978-79 Swimming & Diving state championship team

Top (L-R): Tim Holker ’64, Al Reger ’38, Mary Ann Dorsher; Bottom: Barry Lieske with 1978-79 Swimming & Diving state championship team

 

2013 Hall of Fame Honorees

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Barry Lieske, AFSC; Tim Dolan ’73; Larry Gillis ’53; Brother Robert Thomas, FSC; Jerry Wickman ’63; Mary Beth Barry ’79, Dave Thorson

2012 Hall of Fame Honorees

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Michael Collins ’62, Tim Keane ’69, Barry Lieske, Jay Heffern ’62, Judy Blaseg, Sandy Baldwin, Patrick Baldwin ’53

2011 Hall of Fame Honorees

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Rick Larson, Sue Larson, Brother Michael Collins, FSC ’55, Debbie Healey, Tom Healey ’56, Mike Gleason ’61, and Robert Spinner ’60.

Define Your Legacy

DeLaSalle High School has been here for families and children in the Twin Cities for over 114 years, and we will continue to be there into the future. You can secure your legacy of giving by making a long-term commitment in support of our mission to serve students from Minneapolis and surrounding communities who seek a high-quality, values-based, academic preparation for life.

Using bequests made through wills, revocable living trusts, appreciated stock, real estate, mutual funds, securities, life insurance and other giving options, you can help make a lasting difference in the lives of the children of the Twin Cities well into the future.

A planned gift to DeLaSalle High School is best made with the counsel of one’s financial advisor, such as an attorney, accountant, banker, financial planner, or insurance professional.

To speak confidentially about any aspect of long-term giving, please contact Brian Lynch at 612.676.7688.

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