The Bishop Ludden Memory Garden was first planted by the class of 2002, in memory of Mary Ellen Pelletier, a well-loved teacher and Dean of Students.
The garden was expanded in 2008, by alumnus Dan Horn, as his Eagle Scout Service Project. Funds were raised by the Awad-Endieveri Golf Tournament, and the planting was done by Dan’s scout troop and dozens of volunteers.
The beautiful angel statue in the center of the Memory Garden is a gift from Joe & Charlene Valentine, whose son Wesley was one of the first alumni to be memorialized in the Garden. Now is your chance to support Bishop Ludden with a onetime donation that will last a lifetime.
With an engraved brick, you can pay tribute to a family member, leave a message for future generations to see, or simply include your name among those who invested in the future of Ludden. Please help us preserve your name or message for future generations to see.
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