On Friday, 10/30, the family and friends of Carolyn and Ben Lax will gather for visitation at 10:00, followed by a funeral service to begin at 11:00.
Both the visitation and the funeral service will take place very near to Eddy Street Commons, at:
Greater Holy Temple Church of God in Christ
710 Napoleon Boulevard
South Bend, IN 46617
To submit your own prayer request for your loved ones, please do so here by Thursday, October 29th. All prayer requests will be prayed at the conclusion of the rosary.
Angie Appleby Purcell
It has been an honor and a privilege to work at Notre Dame. In these four years I am very proud of the Parents Program and what it provides for our parents and our University colleagues. Each day has made a difference in the life of a parent because they had a resource for parents at Notre Dame.
Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote “Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path, and leave a trail.”
I came to Notre Dame four years ago to establish a program for parents that would provide information on a regular basis and opportunities for parents to be involved with Notre Dame. So it is with mixed emotions I share with you my decision to leave Notre Dame. I have enjoyed the friendships of colleagues across the campus and of parents across the country.
Notre Dame will always have a place in my heart and my spirit, and I will forever love thee, Notre Dame.
Barbara M. Kelly
Please help me welcome Kevin Deeth as a new Director of Development covering Indiana and Michigan. Kevin’s role on the Midwest team will focus on developing annual gifts to recognition societies as well as qualifying and cultivating leadership prospects in his portfolio. He will join our department on Monday, November 2.
Prior to returning to Notre Dame, Kevin played two years of professional hockey with the Calgary Flames farm team in Salt Lake City, Utah and most recently in Stavanger Norway. Kevin was a 4 year monogram winner and captain for the Notre Dame hockey team. He helped bring 2 CCHA championships and Notre Dame’s first ever Frozen Four bid. He currently holds the record for most games played at Notre Dame with 164 and holds a BA in Marketing from the University where he graduated in 2010.
He currently resides in the newly developed Triangle Development in South Bend with his wife Kelley, a Saint Mary’s College Graduate of 2010.