Alumni Association

From the Alumni Association President

The Alumni Board is the governing body of the St. Mark’s Alumni Association. Our vision is to be recognized nationally as the best independent school Alumni Association demonstrated by superior alumni engagement and contributions. The defined mission of the Board is to advance the well-being of the School, to sustain its high standards, and to promote a closer relationship between the School and the Association.

Our Member values are identified as (1) Commitment to making St. Mark’s better; (2) Passionate involvement, generosity and service; (3) High standards; (4) Pursuit of learning and growth; (5) Promoting camaraderie and fun within the St. Mark’s Community.

Executive Committee

Sandy Campbell ’76

Vice President
Jamie Rogers ’85

Jamie Helwig ’01
St. Mark’s Fund
Lowell Ku ’89 & Collin Lensing ’01

Activities & Alumni Weekend
Robbie Baty ’02 (2021) & Topher Broom ’87 (2022)

Alumni Golf Tournament
Hill Perot ’05

Ralph B. Rogers Alumni Award
Jon Myhre ’96

Mentor & Networking
David Estes ’89

Alumni Awards
B.A. Cullum ’99

Lee S. Smith '65 Courage & Honor Award
Michael Flanagan ’90

Young Alumni Chair
Charles Branch ’10

Alumni Board Members

Aaron Kaufman ’68
Mark Early ’73
Tom Fagadau ’76
Sandy Campbell ’76
Stuart Nance ’78
Jamie Rogers ’85
Scott McElhaney ’85
Lawrence Piccagli ’85
Ricky Rees ’85
Topher Broom ’87
Lowell Ku ’89
David Estes ’89
Ben Vig ’89
Michael Flanagan ’90
Lane Wimberly ’90
Sonak Daulat ’90
William Taylor ’93
Fry Wernick ’95
Eugene Jabbour ’96
Reid McGlamery ’96
Jeremy Downs ’96
Jon Myhre ’96
Zev Shulkin ’98
Matt Wallach ’99
B.A. Cullum ’99
Fadi Constantine ’00
Jamie Helwig ’01
Collin Lensing ’01
Robbie Baty ’02
Akhil Kara ’02
Nick Cassavechia ’04
Jesse Diaz ’04
Hill Perot ’05
Chip Fowler ’05
Sam Acho ’07
Luke Kline ’07
Mark Butler ’08
Noah Bricker ’10
Charles Branch ’10

St. Mark’s School of Texas

10600 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75230


About Us

St. Mark’s School of Texas is a private, nonsectarian college-preparatory boys’ day school for students in grades 1 through 12, located in Dallas, Texas. St. Mark’s aims to prepare young men to assume leadership and responsibility in a competitive and changing world.

St. Mark’s does not discriminate in the administration of its admission and education policies on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin.