Alumni

Trinity’s Class of 2019 Leaves Their Mark

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When the final member of Trinity’s Class of 2019 walked across Bellarmine’s stage, and Dr. Zoeller told all of the many friends and family in attendance that, “We now celebrate the Trinity graduates of 2019,” the ensuing round of thunderous applause and standing ovation seemed to reinforce what those around Trinity knew all year: Trinity’s […]

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DICK BEALMEAR ’59 NAMED 2019 HONOR ALUMNUS

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Richard “Dick/Dickie” Bealmear (Bell-mer) was born in February 1941 to Francis Marion and Mary Ellen Powell Bealmear. He attended Holy Trinity Elementary, located where Trinity stands today. Bealmear entered Holy Trinity High School and earned his first Shamrock Award during the 1955-1956 school year. God-given running ability led him to become a cross country and […]

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Recent Alum Wins Prestigious Appointment

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Jack Kitchin, Trinity Class of 2016, has been granted an internship in Senator Mitch McConnell’s office starting May 13 in Washington D.C. Jack is currently a junior at the University of Alabama, majoring in History and Political Science. At Alabama, Jack is President of the Mock Trial Association and Vice Chairman of UA College Republicans. He’s […]

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Take Me Out to the Ballpark

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Want to get a behind-the-scenes look at Trinity’s new baseball stadium? Join us for our quarterly alumni Lunch and Learn on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 11:30 am. We will meet in the St. Matthews Community Center, enjoy some ballpark-favorite foods and hear from Trinity President Dr. Rob Mullen. Following lunch, we will tour the […]

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Mass with the Archbishop

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On Thursday, March 14, the Trinity Family will gather for an all-school Mass with the Archbishop of Louisville, Joseph E. Kurtz H’15. Join us as we pause during the normal buzy-ness of the year to celebrate Mass with the Archbishop. Parents and friends are cordially invited to attend. This is a gathering as a community […]

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’75 Alumnus Earns Yet Another Emmy

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Trinity Hall of Fame member Steve Crump ’75 has won numerous awards for his work in the documentary world, but none are more meaningful than the Emmy he won recently as he battles cancer. Crump was unable to attend the awards ceremony, where his cameraman accepted the Emmy for the pair’s work on “Orangeburg 50 […]

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