I graduated from St. Germaine in 2000, and know that the many fond memories and experiences during my time there truly served as a key stepping stone toward achieving my career goals and ultimately helped me become the physician I am today. After St. Germaine, I felt prepared for the next academic steps-first Brother Rice high school, then University of Chicago for college, followed by Rush Medical College for medical school.
Currently, I am entering my fifth and final year of surgical residency as chief resident in Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I really appreciate my time at St. Germaine and all of the positive memories (especially the Passion Play) and life lessons the faculty and staff provide their students! A special thank you goes out to my parents for investing in my education so early in life, and to my wife Tina for her constant support.