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Archbishop Carroll High School
Class of 1964






Passing of Tim Heaney

It is with sadness that we report another passing of a fellow classmate - Tim Heaney.  Tim attended our 50th reunion, traveling all the way from Minnesota.  We only just learned of his passing almost a year ago.  The full obituary link is at the end of this section, but some of the events in his life after he left Carroll are extraxcted here.

Heaney, Timothy M. age 74, of Falcon Heights, died peacefully on December 31 after a long battle with Parkinson's disease. Tim was born in Anoka, Minnesota, on June 25, 1946. He spent his childhood near Washington, D.C. He graduated cum laude from St. John's University in 1968 and cum laude from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 1972, where he served as an editor of the Minnesota Law Review. Tim was a partner and chair of the securities department at Fredrikson & Byron, where he practiced law for 27 years. During the final years of his professional career, he served as vice-president and general counsel at Bio-Techne Corp.,  He is survived by his wife, Roberta Hunt; sons Mark (Amy) and Andrew (Ashley); stepdaughters Jackie (David) Smith and Megan (Ward) Davis; grandchildren Phina, Gus, Levi, Mack, Ashton, Brooksley, Nolan, Wyatt and Wren; and his siblings Paul (Dianne), Larry (Terry), Bill (Ruth), MaryBeth (Tom) Kulikosky, and many nieces and nephews.




Passing of Allan "Andy" Anderson

We are sad to report the recent passing of Andy Anderson.  Andy was the chair of our 50th Reunion Committee and worked many hours to successfully organize the events that so many of us enjoyed.


Allan ”Andy” Anderson Jr., age 75, of Montgomery Village, MD passed away on October 13, 2021, at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital from heart disease. He is survived by his beloved wife of 41 years, Margaret Anderson. Allan was of the Catholic faith.Andy was born September 21, 1946, in Marlborough, MA and moved to Bethesda, MD at the age of six. Growing up, Andy formed many fond childhood memories centered around the Bethesda community.

He attended Archbishop John Carroll High School in Washington D.C. where he developed lifelong friendships, won the Library Club award, and graduated in 1964. Recently, he reunited with several classmates to help organize the 50th class reunion.

Allan attended the University of Maryland at College Park, and simultaneously worked part-time at the Davis Library in Bethesda. He graduated in 1968 with a B.S. in Economics. He was a lifelong Terrapins football fan and a season ticket holder for many years. After graduation he worked as an Economist at the Federal Power Commission (FPC) and attended George Washington University Law School at night. While at the Commission and during law school, he was drafted into the U.S. Army. Primarily stationed in Fox, AK, via Fort Lewis, he served from 1969 to 1971. In 1971,

Andy returned to his hometown of Bethesda and worked full-time at the Commission and continued night classes at GW Law School. He graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 1974, and was promoted to a trial attorney at the FPC. He was a member of the Maryland and District of Columbia bars. In 1978 he went into private practice at Flood and Ward P.C. and in 1990 was admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. In 1999 he opened his own solo practice representing clients before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Department of Energy, and the U.S. Court of Appeals.




Passing of Jim Pangle. 

We were informed of Jim's passing by his wife Frankie.  His obituary follows.

James C. Pangle passed away on September 24, 2021, at the age of 76.  His battle with cancer and other illness showed his courage in facing life challenges with a smile and laughter.  Despite his pain, Jim enjoyed life and remained strong until the very end.

          Jim, as he was known, was born in Washington, D.C., to Ida and Claude Pangle.  Jim married his best friend and soul mate, Frankie DiFrancesco, in 1967. He lived in Gaithersburg, Maryland, for several years before settling in Texas in 1981.  He loved Texas and was a proud Texan!

          Jim established and grew a flourishing janitorial business, The Church Sexton, with his wife, Frankie.  Together, they specialized in cleaning churches with an appreciation for helping others in little ways. He loved his family, fishing, and traveling.  He visited all 50 states and many countries.

          He is preceded in death by his parents Ida and Claude Pangle; sister Marian Jones of Jacksonville, Florida; brother Doug Johnston of Ontario, Canada; and sister Peggy Seco of Mecklenburg, North Carolina.

          He is survived by his wife, Frankie Pangle; children, Wendy and her husband Ariel Gonzalez of Katy, Texas; Robin and her husband Joshua Pope of Katy, Texas; six grandchildren: Emily, Katelyn, Christopher, Carolyn, Connor, and Madison; and brother Ray Johnston of Ontario, Canada.

          A private viewing will be held for the family.

          Memorial donations in lieu of flowers may be made in Jim’s name to the American Cancer Society.


Reunion Committee

Back Row (L-R): Joe Mundie, John Zurad, Walt Chalmers, Michael Dennis

Front Row (L-R): Paul Aloi, John Galvin, Andy Anderson, Jim Hynes

If you have any questions about this web site or about the reunion in general, you may contact one of the committe members above.