As a Man of Benedictine, you play an integral role in spreading your love for BHS to future Men of Benedictine. The Alumni Office continues to create moments where our alums are able to connect with each other, with current students and with their alma mater. Through these connections it is our hope that we can strengthen the bonds within a brotherhood that crosses many different decades.
As it is the job of the faculty, staff and administration to develop young men in mind, body and spirit, it is also the job of Men of Benedictine to aid other Men of Benedictine in continuing to develop through personal, professional or spiritual growth.
Benedictine Alum, Bob Taylor ‘60 organizes a quarterly Benedictine Bengal Breakfast in Macedonia, Ohio. Last quarter, Chris Lorber ’04 and Doc Bossu ’67 updated about twenty of our alumni on school news.
If you’re interested in organizing your own Benedictine meetup, join the guys in Macedonia for some breakfast, or for more information about alumni events and to get involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216.421.2080 ext. 342.
On April 15, the Cleveland Indians presented the Most Valuable Diverse Business Partner Award to Ten10 Design owners Joe Zulandt ’00 and his wife Casey Zulanadt. Diverse suppliers were nominated and awarded based on their performance above and beyond the norm to exhibit quality, class and professionalism in all aspects of their business.
MLB once again recognized and acknowledged diverse companies as recipients of the 12th Annual Jackie Robinson Most Valuable Diverse Business Partner Award, “MVDBP.” The award recognizes those Diverse Business Partners (diverse-owned businesses) who exhibit and continue the legacy of Jackie Robinson.
“We are proud of the level of service we provide to all of our clients, and humbled by our recognition by the Cleveland Indians for our recent work. Our design team created a custom winter beanie pom pom hat that was given away at the 2018 Cleveland Indians Winter Fest to over 15,000 attendees.”