The St. Thomas More Catholic High School Foundation was established to build a corpus of endowed monies for the long-term support of St. Thomas More. A portion of the interest earned by the endowed fund is returned to the school annually in support of tuition assistance and teacher salaries and benefits.
The Foundation receives both restricted and unrestricted gifts of cash and/or stocks. Restricted gifts are generally in the form of donations to a named memorial fund or scholarship. Unrestricted gifts are added to the corpus of the Foundation’s endowment fund. The Foundation also receives bequests as named in trusts or wills.
- Miles Arceneaux '87 Memorial Fund - 1968-1993
- Harry and Jessie Greig Memorial Music Scholarship Fund - established 2003
- Zach Burch ‘02 Sportsmanship Award - 1985-2001
- Jacob Crouch '99 Memorial Award - 1981-2005
- Mark W. Graham '02 Memorial Award - 1985-2007
- Bryce Harkrider '94 Memorial Fund - 1975-1991
- The Brother Ephrem Hebert Memorial Fund
- Josh Johns '01 Memorial Award - 1983-1999
- B. J. Jourdan '92 Memorial Fund - 1974-1993
- Amanda Claire Judice '07 Memorial Scholarship Award - 1988-2010
- Louis A. Labbe Memorial - 1973-1999
- Charles A. Moody Memorial Fund - established 1996
- William J. Moss Courage Award
- Austin Paul Rivault '16 Memorial Scholarship Fund - 1988-2013
- Scott Savoy '88 Memorial - 1970-1992
- The Raymond R. Simon Faculty and Staff Endowment Fund
- Ryan Tate '00 Memorial Scholarship Fund - 1982-2000
- Sgt. Patrick Oliver Williamson '04 Memorial Scholarship Fund - 1985-2009
- The Veazey-Angers Endowment
- Reverend O. Joseph Breaux Scholarship
Miles Arceneaux ‘87 Memorial Fund – 1968-1993
A memorial fund in the name of Miles ‘87 was established to perpetuate his memory in a way that is personal and meaningful to his family and friends. Interest generated by the fund will financially assist a high school student in need. The student selected each year will be one who best exemplifies the traits that made Miles special — one who shows compassion to others, has a kind and caring nature, and is always a cheerful example to other students.
Harry and Jessie Greig Memorial Music Scholarship Fund – established 2003
This scholarship was established by Msgr. Harry, Becky and Jerry Greig to honor their parents and to ensure that STM would continue to create an environment to attract students to the Band program. This scholarship is given to an in-coming freshman who has a love of music and who will participate in the Band program while at STM.
Zach Burch ‘02 Sportsmanship Award – 1985-2001
The Zach Burch ‘02 Sportsmanship Award was created by Doug and Marilyn Burch in memory of their son, Zach. The award is given to a senior member of the STM Golf Team who displays good sportsmanship in his/her endeavors. The award is selected by the golf coach, the athletic director and the golf team.
Jacob Crouch ’99 Memorial Award – 1981-2005
Kenny and Michelle Crouch, joined by family and friends, established the Jacob Crouch ’99 Memorial Award in memory of their son. Jacob was a gift to anyone who had a chance to know him. Jacob was selected by the coaches to lead the Cougar football team into Cougar Stadium for the first game played at the stadium. He was very tenderhearted, funny, and very loyal, a perfect gentleman and the perfect friend, someone to be emulated. This gift will be presented to a senior, who displays some of Jacob’s unique qualities – first and foremost, love for God, kindness, leadership, humor, love for family and friends, and humility.
Mark W. Graham ‘02 Memorial Award – 1985-2007
The Mark Graham ‘02 Memorial Award was established by family and friends in memory of Mark, who died in action in Iraq. Mark was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Brigade, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas. This award is given to an STM senior who has demonstrated good fellowship and character to pursue his or her dreams.
Bryce Harkrider ‘94 Memorial Fund – 1975-1991
Bill and Anne Harkrider established this fund in loving memory of their son, Bryce, who died during his sophomore year at STM. Gifts made to the Bryce Harkrider ‘94 Memorial support the Academic Support Program of St. Thomas More Catholic High School which assists students who have learning differences or attention difficulties in academic areas.
The Brother Ephrem Hebert Memorial Fund
The Brother Ephrem Fund was established in memory of Brother Ephrem who died in August 2008. Earnings from the fund are designated to provide tuition assistance for students.
Josh Johns ‘01 Memorial Award –1983-1999
Richard and Therese Johns, family and friends, established the Josh Johns ‘01 Memorial Award in honor of their son who attended St. Thomas More Catholic High School. The award is presented to a student who best exemplifies the traits that made Josh special—one who is a leader, works hard at practice and at game time, a team player, competitive, and lighthearted. This student has intense STM school spirit, practices camaraderie both on and off the field and has a love for the game. The cash award and a plaque are presented to a senior at one of the last Masses in the spring.
B. J. Jourdan ‘92 Memorial Fund – 1974-1993
Family and friends established this award in honor of Brian Francis Jourdan ‘92, fondly known as “B.J.” The award is presented to a student who, like B.J., has a cheerful attitude, a quick wit, is a good friend to those around him, and maintains strong faith within the Catholic Church. The award will provide tuition assistance to the recipient.
Amanda Claire Judice '07 Memorial Scholarship Award - 1988-2010
This award was established by the Judice family and is presented to a varsity cheerleader who best exemplifies the qualities Amanda is most remembered for by those who knew and loved her. She was a fun-loving and deeply loyal friend, a devout Catholic, with a good and kind heart but not "showy" about it. She was genuine and trustworthy, a model student with a sweet, constant smile and joyful presence. Friends summed it up saying, "There was nothing mean about her, she was quietly wonderful." She is remembered as "never complaining." This was especially evident as she battled her illness, where she exhibited one of her qualities in life, the ability to trust God's will and go about life with peace and joy. Selection is made by STM faculty committee. Read more.
Louis A. Labbe Memorial – 1973-1999
A memorial award was established by Leon and Lou Labbe, parents of Louis and Laura Anne ’88, to remember and encourage Louis’ qualities of love, as proclaimed by 1 Corinthians 13:4-8, as well as courage and optimism. Louis was lovingly accepted as one of their own by the STM boys’ basketball team in his capacity as water boy. Funds earned by the endowment will provide tuition assistance to a high school student in financial need who best exemplifies Louis’ characteristics.
Charles A. Moody Memorial Fund – established 1996
Mrs. Carol S. Moody, former head of the St. Thomas More Catholic High School and Our Lady of Fatima High School Business Departments, established this fund in loving memory of her husband, Charles, father of Daniel ’84, Chuck, OLF ‘79, and Mary Beth, OLF’78. Charles’ deep voice and enthusiastic “Go Cougars” or “Go Warriors” will be remembered by fans and athletes of this era. The fund will provide tuition assistance to a student from Our Lady of Fatima School and Our Lady of Fatima Church parish, who will attend STM. Like the Moody family, the student should be involved in an assortment of extra-curricular or co-curricular activities related to school, church, and/or community. Selection is made by the STM administration in coordination with the school’s Work/Study Grant Program for the year it is awarded.
William J. Moss Courage Award
Mr. Moss is the father of Courey Moss ’93, and the son of former STM faculty member Tina Moss. The William J. Moss Courage Award was established in 1989 and activated in 1991 by the friends and family of Bill, to perpetuate his memory and to encourage others who face adversity daily, with faith and courage. Annually, a cash award and a plaque are presented to an STM student who best meets the following criteria: a display of tolerance and perseverance under irreversible conditions; pursues all avenues of hope; and exhibits strength in God while maintaining a cheerful attitude. Selection is made by the faculty and staff of STM.
Austin Paul Rivault '16 Memorial Scholarship Fund - 1988 - 2013
The Austin Paul Rivault '16 Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by family and friends of Austin after a tragic event claimed his life. Austin was a freshman, new to STM as well as the sport of Lacrosse, and he was best known for his zest for life, dry wit, kind disposition and ability to make people smile. This award is presented to a student who exhibits many of the characteristics that Austin demonstrated; namely, his kindness, politeness, willingness to help others, respect for others, love of life, and easy going disposition.
Scott Savoy ‘88 Memorial – 1970-1992
The Scott Savoy ‘88 Memorial fund was established by Cindi and Rodney Savoy in loving memory of their son, Scott. Gifts made to this endowment provide assistance to a junior debate student selected for his/her outstanding performance and commitment to the STM Speech Squad. This award will aid the student in travel to and from speech tournaments held during the honoree’s senior year.
The Raymond R. Simon Faculty and Staff Endowment Fund
This fund was established in March, 2010, in recognition of former STM principal, Raymond R. Simon. Mr. Simon served STM from 1991 – 2010. The earnings are designated to enhance faculty and staff salaries.
Ryan Tate ‘00 Memorial Scholarship Fund – 1982-2000
The Ryan Tate ‘00 Memorial Scholarship Award was established by family and friends in memory of Ryan. Ryan will be remembered as an avid runner and member of the STM Cross Country Team. The award will assist a student with tuition costs.
Sgt. Patrick Oliver Williamson ’04 Memorial Scholarship Fund – 1985-2009
The Sgt. Patrick Oliver Williamson ’04 Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by family and friends in memory of Patrick, who died while on active duty in southern Afghanistan. Patrick served with the U. S. Army’s 5th Stryker Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division.
The Veazey-Angers Endowment was established by Steve and Frances (Veazey) Angers to honor their mothers, Geraldine Beaullieu Angers and Grace Broussard Veazey, who were educators. A portion of the interest earned by the endowment fund is returned to the school annually to support such programs as tuition assistance and teacher salaries and benefits.
Reverend O. Joseph Breaux Scholarship
The Reverend O. Joseph Breaux Scholarship was established in loving memory of St. Thomas More Chaplain Father Joe, who died on March 5, 2019. Funds earned by the endowment will provide tuition assistance to a high school student in financial need.
The Options Program Endowed Fund is established to defray costs associated with the special needs program at STM. Our aim is that tuition should remain the same for all students who receive an education at St. Thomas More. The Options Program is a modified academic inclusion program designed to meet the needs of developmentally disabled students. The primary goal is to prepare students for the transition from high school to a life of independent living while still maintaining a level of academic achievement.
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Mrs. Bella C. Abramson +
Veazey Angers Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Angers
Miles Arceneaux ‘87 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ashy
Mr. James Bernhard
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Berthelot
Dr. and Mrs. James Bienvenu
Mrs. Geraldine Boesch Ramsay
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Breaud
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar Breaux +
Dr. and Mrs. Edward Breaux
Mr. and Mrs. Wood Breazeale
Mr. Bob Broussard
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Broussard
Mr. and Mrs. Doug Burch
Zach Burch ‘02 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Donald Burts
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Busbice
Mr. and Mrs. David Calhoun
Mr. and Mrs. Wes Castille
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cefalu
Mr. John E. Chance +
Mrs. Joretta Chance
Ms. Sarah Chance
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chance
Mr. and Mrs. Rusty Cloutier
Crossroads Catholic Bookstore
Jacob Crouch ‘99 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Crouch
B.H. DeHart Memorial
Domengeaux, Wright, Roy, and Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Domingue
Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Dufrene, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J.Hubert “Red” Dumesnil
Mr. and Mrs. David Enright
Mr. and Mrs. William Fenstermaker
Anne Foley Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Galloway
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Giglio, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Gossen
Mark Graham ’02 Memorial
Msgr. Harry D. Greig II
Harry and Jesse Greig Memorial
Mrs. Becky Greig-Ledet
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Greig
Dr. William Harkrider
Bryce Harkrider ’94 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Randy Haynie
Haynie Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hebert
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Heinen
Mr. Kevin Higgins
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Hindelang
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoppe
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ishee
B.J. Jourdan ‘92 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. George Jourdan
Dr. and Mrs. Michael Judice
Knight Family Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kraft
Dr. and Mrs. Leon Labbe
Louis Labbe Memorial
Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Laborde
Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Lemoine
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Logan
Mr. and Mrs. William Logan III
Lowry’s Printing and Copying
Macro Oil Company
Mr. James Mallia
Mr. and Mrs. Michael McElderry
Mrs. Mildred McElligott
Mr. and Mrs. William McElligott
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Moncla
Mrs. Marguerite Montagnet
Mr. O.P. Montagnet +
Mr. Kevin Moody
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Moody
The Moody Co. Foundation
J.B. Mouton, LLC
Msgr. Richard Mouton
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Munchrath
Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Nagem
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neuner
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeffer
Pinhook Foundation, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Poole
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richard
Austin Paul Rivault ’16 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Rivault
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robertson
St. Thomas More Catholic Boys High School
Scott Savoy ’88 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Savoy
Dr. and Mrs. J. Jerome Smith
Mr. C.J. Stelly
Stuller Family Foundation
Ryan Tate ‘00 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Werner
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whittington
Sgt. Patrick O. Williamson ’04 Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Williamson
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Wilt
Mr. Louis Woodson
Mrs. Georgia Woodson +
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wyatt
Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. “Gus” Zepernick
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zuschlag