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Legacy Families 2022

One of our Baccalaureate Mass traditions is to honor our Legacy Families as they transition from being current families to alumni families.

Because Legacy Families are recognized when they relinquish their status as current ND families, the Baccalaureate Mass recognition happens only once, when the youngest child in a family is graduating. 

Legacy families are defined as: 1. Students who are the last of THREE or more siblings in their family to graduate from Notre Dame. OR 2. Students who have had a grandparent or parent graduate from Notre Dame.

This year, we would like to recognize the following Legacy Families.

1. Arianna Urena - sisters, Arabella '18, and Alasia '20.

2. Zachary Tamusaitis - brother, Joseph '15, and sister, Avery '18.

3. Giancarlo Talavera - sisters, Jessica-Rey '13, Analyse '15, and Faith '18.

4. Nathaniel Rondan - brothers, Benjamin '16, and Lucas '18.

5. Luke Rishwain - brothers, Gabriel '15, and Julian '19.

6. Mia Richardson - sister, Sophie '17 and brother, Oscar '19.

7. Gabriel Quintero - brother, Samuel '16, and sister, Kayla '18.

8. Cody Martino - father, Steven '85.

9. Alexander Mahfood - sister, Aida '12, and brother, Anthony '19.

10. Aidan Kislan - father, Timothy '68.

11. Kevin Klee - brothers, Jeffrey '15, and Bryan '19.

12. Diego Herrera - sisters, Andrea '13, and Karina '15.

13. Giancarlo Goylian - mother, Gisella D. Facio-Goylian '93, and sister, Carmela Goylian '20.

14. Malia Garcia - brothers, Devin '16 and Dylan '19.

15. Thomas Faber - grandfather, Daniel Koenig '66, mother, Becky Faber '94, sister, Alexis '24, and additional aunts and uncles.

16. David DaSilva - mother, Sandra (Vargues) DaSilva '93.

17. Jason Aziz - brothers, Patrick '13, and Daniel '18.

18, Julio Vergara - mother, Michelle Ramos-Vergara '89, and uncles, Albert Ramos '92, and Dr. James Ramos '95.

We are grateful to have so many legacy families in our Notre Dame Family and our Holy Cross Family.
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