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An Assuring Wall

R Metaxatos

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By Robert Metaxatos
Outside of Student Services is a wall plated with all Dominicans who have ever served at Fenwick; starting with Leo C. Gainor, O.P. and ending thus far with Br. Trout, the names total 196 since Fenwick’s establishment in 1929. Among the names are some that many students know, like Robert J. Botthof, O.P., who was instrumental in the school’s coeducation. Pictured here is Fr. Dennis Woerter, whose name is etched in a wall of humility.

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