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DALTON R. BACCO — Our School Grieves With You

On Wednesday, May 3, 2017, our John Carroll Community was shocked to hear of the loss of a great young man. Our Hearts go out to the family and friends of such an amazing individual. At the age of 19, of North Hills, Pennsylvania, Dalton’s life was ended well in his prime. He was the cherished son of Frank and Kerri (Scott) Bacco; beloved grandson of Robert and Jill Scott, Nancy and the late Joseph Bacco; great-grandson of Bernadette Bacco; nephew of Kristi (Darren) Thompson, Brooke (Todd) Diederich, and Freddie (Lea) Bacco; cousin of Makaela, Gavynn, Mollie, and Brielle; also survived by many great-aunts, uncles, cousins; and his cats, Daniel and Bandit. Dalton will always be remembered as a person who could light up a room when he walked in and as a son who was his parents’ greatest blessing. Being adopted himself, he was an active peer mentor in the adoption community. His love for people and willingness to help others led him to begin his studies in the field of Respiratory Care at Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA. He loved vacationing with family in Florida, often! But his true passion and talent was gaming on his XBOX. A gentle soul, Dalton will be dearly missed and remembered by all who loved him.

In Dalton’s Memory, the Student Union offers free counseling for all students who would like it. Please follow the below link to the University Counseling Center to set up a free appointment:

In Memoriam, Dalton R. Bacco

“Those we love don’t go away, They walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, Still loved, still missed and forever dear.”


President Goodman’s Speech – Ignation Heritage Week

Weekly Newsletter:

Week of 1/29/17

Week of 2/5/17

Week of 2/12/17

Week of 2/19/17

Week of 2/26/17 and 3/12/17 (Combined Due to Spring Break)

Week of 3/19/17 (Meeting Cancelled Due to Weather)

Week of 3/26/17

Week of 4/2/17 (Meeting Cancelled Due to Boler School Event)

Here you can find past issues of the Student Union newsletter, sorted from most recent to oldest. Please contact your Vice President for Communications (Brendan Sieber, if you have any questions regarding the Student Union Newsletter!