Remembering Our Marksmen

During their weekly chapel service, Upper School students observed All Saints’ Day and remembered fellow Marksmen who passed away in the prior year.

“All Saints’ Day remains for many a time to bring to mind all those we have loved and lost in the past year,” St. Mark’s Chaplain Rev. Stephen Arbogast told the boys. “One way to honor them is to repeat their names, to hear the sound of their names once more, to remember, and not to forget them. And someday, someone will remember you as today, you remember and give honor to the men who have carried you on their shoulders.”

Upper School Chapel Co-Chairs Mujin Kwun ’19 and Will Hunt ’19 then read a list of alumni to be remembered:

Richard Walker ’48
David Florence ’49
Earl Fain ’50
Ivan Irwin ’50
Halton Henderson ’51
Stillman Abbott ’54
Jimmy Williams ’58
Al Hill, Jr. ’63
Parrish Kelley ’63
Lamar Norsworthy ’64
Charlie Semos ’65
Tom Wittenbraker ’67
Bob Morton ’68
Frank Sartor ’69
Brian Bilbo ’73
John Loza ’81
Bill Olds ’82
Rob Murphy ’85
Matthew Slay ’90
Andrew Unterberg ’94

St. Mark's School of Texas

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Dallas, Texas 75230


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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.