Dec 29, 2016, 9:33 AM EDT
As part of the Monogram Club’s ongoing 100th anniversary celebration, some of the Club’s many connections to each Notre Dame program have been highlighted.
This latest installment of the “Monogram Club Turns 100” series looks at how the Monogram Club and Notre Dame’s student manager, athletic trainer and video technician programs have been connected throughout the years.
This group has produced four individuals who have served as president of the Monogram Club:
August Grams (’29, track & manager) 1928 (president term)
Mike Carr (’51, manager) 1977-78
Bob McGoldrick (’56, manager) 1985-86
Marty Allen (’58, manager) 1997-99
Nine others have served on the Monogram Club Board of Directors:
Bill Killilea (’60, manager)
Ken Haffey (’78, manager)
Alan Targgart (’85, manager)
Christy Grady (’98, manager)
Kevin McDermott (’73, manager)
Don Bouffard (’66, manager)
Bryan Fenton (’87, manager)
Christina Glorioso (’95, manager)
Jennette Rauch (’05, athletic trainer)
Bryan Fenton (’87, manager) was a director on the Monogram Club board from 2011-14 and then served as a Club advisor. In July Fenton was promoted to Major General in the U.S. Army.
In 2013, Marty Allen (’58, manager) received the Moose Krause Distinguished Service Award, which is the highest honor bestowed by the Monogram Club.
Giuliana Figliomeni (’15, manager) was an intern on the Monogram Club staff in 2015-16. She received her Monogram jacket at the 2015 fall Monogram Jacket Ceremony and expressed what that was like in this blog post.
Other Monogram Jacket Ceremony moments…