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Last Wills and Testaments – Class of 2019

LAST WILLS 2019

I, Alejandro Aguerri, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Pino, a state championship and a sub-16 team average; to Mr. Corazon, free phones to collect 24/7; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, actual good morning music and unwavering patience.

I, Rodrigo Aguila, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, I’m going to miss roasting my favorite Arsenal fan; to Mr. Linfors and Mrs. Gonzalez-Rojas, coming to class was fun and enjoyable; to Mr. Bowman, you’re the brain of all sports; to Mrs. Cedeño, thank you for the extra puntos.

I, Miguel Aguirre, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, one last lecture on The Color of Magic on how important it is; to Mr. Rodriguez (the elder), tickets to the next Pablo Cruise concert; to Mr. Kumer, a $25 gift card to the Children’s Place to buy new shirts; to Mr. Mendoza, a copy of Apocalypto; to Mr. Marti, an endless supply of Kobe beef; to Mr. Corazon, a perfect presentation; to Mr. O’Brien, the winning ticket at the next race.

I, Cristian Alvarez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Baez, a re-do at the 2019 NFL Draft for his Giants; to Mr. Kumer, a framed picture of Peasant Peter; to Mr. Hermida, a perfectly balanced coconut for coco swing; to Ms. Taylor, a postcard from my visit to Krakatoa.

I, David Alvarez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Ulloa, a 22 Marvel movie collection; to Mr. Pelegrin, a shaving kit; to Mr. Scholer, a state championship for bowling; to Ms. Essig, a new pair of heels, the ones with red bottoms; and to Mr. Rodriguez, for the Celtics to win a championship.

I, Jeancarlo Alvarez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Connell, a lasso to match his identity; to Mr. Santa-Maria, a ripped up Paddington doll.

I, Matthew Amor, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Pugh and Mr. Lynskey, thank you for everything; to Coach Dukes, thank you for being an amazing coach; to Mrs. Call, thank you for pushing me to do better in the classroom; to Mr. Linfors, thank you for all the Middle-earth lectures; to Mr. Mendoza, thank you for guiding me through civilizations in history; to Mr. Martinez, thank you for being super chill.

I, Alexander Anderson, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Essig, all of her camera equipment; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, all of his carving tools that I’ve never returned; to Mr. Isenberg, a new (not broken) air brush.

I, Fernando Arias, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Staiano, cheers to the Titans making the playoffs within 20 years; to Mr. Croke, “Put that in your pipe and smoke it”: to Ms. Leonard, thank you for all the fun classes and always remember “While you reading, you writing”; to Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, may Paddington always be with you and your new child; to Mr. Harriman, thanks for all the good times and advice; to Ms. Essig, thank you for everything and teaching me how not to be stupid.

I, Dylan Avellanet, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Isenberg, a lifetime supply of Almond Joy candies; to Mr. Pino, globes of all sizes to place all over his classroom; to Ms. Insua, the personal diaries of whichever 124 authors she chooses from; to Mr. Cantor, a one week training session with Dwayne Johnson; to Mr. Santa-Maria, a pet monkey with a skull t-shirt; to Mr. Trujillo, an American bulldog along with an American muscle car and American accessories for both the dog and the car.

I, Daniel Aymerich, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Stewart, a thank you for freshman year wisdom; to Mr. Lynskey, a thank you for Lunch-’n-Learn; to Mr. Foyo, a living timeline; to Mr. Cantor, thanks for the gym tips and tunes; to Coach Jacques, thanks for those workouts and your small biceps.

I, Andres Bianco, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, all volumes of Hot Yoga; to Mr. Linfors, season tickets for the Washington Capitals; to Mrs. Sanchez, for me to be awake for an hour.

I, Javier Bleichner, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Brother Felix, a CD player so you can listen to classical music at its finest; to Mr. Trujillo, a successful Arsenal season because you deserve it; to Mr. Moritz, a legit soccer goal for intramural; to Mr. Kumer, a meeting with your hero – Dexter Filkins; to Mr. Davis, a denim jean hat to complete the jean outfit.

I, Billy Brown, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Scholer, a bigger bookshelf; to Ms. Vinson, a locking, soundproof office door; to Mr. Trujillo, a train ride to Europe; to Mr. Crossman, my finest essay; and to Mr. Cooper, a shirt that says how old his saxophone is and a back brace.

I, Eduardo Cardonne, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Taylor, a recycling bin filled with plastic water bottles; to Coach Stewart, a smart soccer team; to Mr. Scholer, a pack of incense.

I, Leonardo Carrillo, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. Santa-Maria, for showing me his artistic ways; to Dr. Burrus, for showing me what it means to be a true Explorer; to Ms. Essig and Br. Eladio, for capturing the best moments of Columbus; to Mrs. Aycart, a nice Hail Mary before every class.

I, Daniel A Carvajal, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Cantor, a membership to Planet Fitness; to Mr. Benitez, a t-shirt that says “World’s #1 Soccer Fan.”

I, Aidan Chacon, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a pair of scissors to cut the wires off his microphone; to Mr. Benitez, a contract that gives me the rights to capitalize on “Benitez Nation”; to Mr. Scholer, he can have the fame and I’ll take the money when I capitalize on one of his ideas; to Mr. Trujillo, for never having me as a student, but teaching and helping me more than a lot of teachers; to Mr. Staiano, the memory of my Trailblazers beating his Thunder in the 1st round of the 2019 playoffs; and Columbus High School, a thank you for the best three years of my life.

I, Brian Clark, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Br. Herb, a picture of every Columbus sports team for years to come; to Mr. Pugh, the satisfaction of seeing success in his students; and to Mr. McKeon and Mr. Lynskey, may you continue to haunt my life and the lives of others for many years to come.

I, Nicolas Cordero, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Lynskey, my gratitude for keeping me straight; to Mr. Benitez, a trip back to Sparta!; to Br. Felix, the Jets are in my prayers; to Mr. Corazon, thanks for the most useful class I’ve ever taken.

I, Justin Corrales, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. O’Brien, for showing me the way of being a Florida Explorer; to Mr. Croke, for showing me how to be a Marist and religious student; and to Mr. Benitez, for showing me how to be a true and real American. 

I, Angel Crespo, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Kumer, all my pet rocks that I have as necklaces; to Mr. O’Brien, a bodhi tree for mindfulness period meditation; to Mr. Scholer, a speaker to blast his music in A-13; to Mr. Benitez, a Yankee’s baseball bat with the team’s signatures; to Mrs. Cofresi an 8×10 frame with a picture of me to help always remember how great I am; to Coach Husk, a letter saying “No, I do not want to wrestle, thank you but no.”

I, Maximus Cuevas, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Brother John, thank you for all the printings and candy; to Mr. Lynskey, thanks for providing the best advice and counsel; to Mr. Trujillo, thanks for strengthening me as a person and applying discipline; to Ms. Fernandez, thanks for writing my ID number so many times; to Mr. Corazon, thanks for preparing me for the future; to Br. Herb, thanks for supplying munchies for the low; to Mr. Staiano, thanks for teaching gringo Spanish and accepting all of our disabilities.

I, Cameron Daniel, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a hundred pack of incense; to Ms. Rayneri, the latest Apple desktop computer; to Mr. Bowman, two tickets to a Baltimore Orioles game; to Mr. Connell, a new pair of cowboy boots and a new hat; to Mr. Panzer, a German tank; to Mr. Weber, a pack of dip and a 12 case of beer.

I, Carmine D’ascoli III, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! to Mrs. Noy, for all the patience she had during my class; to Mr. Scholer, for all the speeches we heard and learned and are now able to use; to Coach Weber, for putting up with my stupidity and your patience to help me learn. Also, thanks for both of my art teachers, Mr. Santa-Maria and Mr. Isenberg for being the coolest teachers on the planet. And for all the other teachers that I did not mention that helped mold me into the man I am today. And to all the coaches that I love… THANK YOU!

I, Tiago de Almeida Graff, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Taylor, a huge beekeeping hive to put all the bees that went missing when they come back; to Mr. Ortega, a ride in the Millennium Falcon; to Mr. Cunningham, a roll of film with the most epic moments in history that we don’t know about; to Mr. Linfors, a copy of the Sherlock Holmes “Art of Deduction” written by Sherlock Holmes himself (as he said he would do in “The Adventure of the Abbey Grange.”)

I, Andy De La Campa, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Crossman, a plethora of sneakers with at least six inches of sole girth so that he may forever look down upon the fools he teaches about the intricacies of run-on sentences and how to guess he didn’t teach me 2 well; to Mr. Kumer, an Infinity gauntlet for the oppressiveness with which he governs the free time of mere mortals for two years; to Mr. Ortega, a Costa… because he was never actually in class; to Mr. Ciocca and Mr. Davis, a participation trophy for trying to be funny; to Mr. Pino, thanks for saving the honors kids from a 52% chance of failure; to Mr. Pugh, a key that opens nothing cause he told us, Columbus HAS ALL OF THE FACILITIES.

I, Jorge de la Pedraja, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Vinson, I’ll still come back and skip periods in your office; to Coach Trujillo, 50 Sports Grill wings.

I, Carlos Diaz, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a water gun to be able to control the kids in the class; to Mr. Cunningham, an iPhone so he can replace his flip phone; to Mrs. Fernandez, some new razors to give out because the ones now are awful; to Ms. Essig, a golf cart to be able to drive around; to Mr. Foyo, a group of studious kids; and to Brother John, a sculpture so he never forgets me.

I, Francisco Diaz, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Amador, a water bottle the size of your office; to Mrs. Cibran, a lifetime supply of rice cakes; to Deacon Dugard, a Harley Davidson motorcycle to fulfill your dream of intimidating new students; to Mr. Crossman, a pair of stilts so he can finally get off the bench at the student/faculty game; to Mr. Kumer, Ayman Al-Zawahiri so he can collect the bounty and build a house on Voodoo Key with the iguanas; to Mrs. Chomat, a chemistry textbook with an English chapter and a Christmas song-writing chapter; to Mr. Baez, a good group of chemistry students that will make his hair brown again; to Mr. Aviles, a time machine to go see the Dolphins win the Super Bowl one more time (because he’ll probably never see them win again); to Mr. Hermida, the actual explanation of Pink Floyd’s The Wall; to Mr. Ortega, a soundproof door so that the rest of the library won’t hear you screaming at your juniors; and to Mr. Linfors, a duel against Christopher Tolkien to see who knows more about The Lord of the Rings.

I, Ruben Diaz, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Morrissey, for teaching us about The Great Gatsby and all its laughter; to Mr. Trujillo, for all the times the mini plane would come to bomb me; to Mr. Baez, for all the laughs about your life; to Br. Kevin, thanks for everything he has done for this school and all the memories I will have for ever.

I, Jaime Diez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. Moro, a person with a great attitude every day; to Mr. Aviles, a wild animal in the classroom; to Mrs. Mallafre, a fantastic English teacher; to Mr. Trujillo, a WWII teacher and an expert in WWII planes, but has a fear of flying.

I, Nicholas Dopazo, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. Cunningham, for giving well-needed breaks at just the perfect moment of class; to Mr. Parsons, for always changing his hair/beard weekly so I’m always on my toes; to Mr. Ortega, for the shiniest scalp and the best Star Trek collection I’ve ever seen; to Mr. Baez, not for being the father we want, but the father we need; to Br. Herb, for keeping me healthy with his magical spells; lastly, to Coach Stewart, for making his voice deeper on purpose to try and sound tougher.

I, Manuel Eboli, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Pelegrin, all the tedious grammar worksheets; Mr. Trujillo, thanks for making me a historian; to Mr. Morrissey, a highlight tape of the best lacrosse player he’s coached; to Mr. Lynskey, a Vietnam legend he could question till the dusk of dawn; to Mr. O’Brien, sorry for wasting his time sleeping in class; to Dr. Folch, a tape recording of all the students saying “No Mrs.” when she gave us work.

I, Pedro Erigoyen III, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, a book of old tales from explorers years past; to Mr. Trujillo, an anchor to the brotherhood found here; to Mr. Pelegrin, the most muscle on a small man award; to Mrs. Foyo, an encyclopedia of math descriptions; to Mr. O’Brien, an endless bag of historic facts; to Mrs. Martinez, a great start to a day with some cardio; to Mrs. Cofresi, a guidebook through all religions; to Ms. McGrath, a larger stage to show her boys’ talents; to Mr. Santa-Maria, thank you for being the inspiration for my goals in the art world moving forward.

I, Albert Espinosa, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, a new World War II flag; to Mr. Baez, UM football tickets, some NY Giants gear, and great memories; to Ms. Essig, thanks for always raising my grade; to all the baseball coaches, a big thank you for everything and hopefully a future autograph.

I, Nicolas Febres, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. Ulloa, for knowing everything about comic book movies; to Mr. Trujillo, the best history teacher I’ve ever had; to Ms. Essig, for teaching everything I know about college; to Mr. Lynskey, for being the best dean in the history of Columbus; to Coach Dukes, for teaching me how to lift; to Mrs. Acevedo, for teaching math and actually making it fun.

I, Alejandro Fernandez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Lynskey, a lifetime supply of shampoo; to Mr. Linfors, a life size Gollum figure; to Mr. O;’Brien, a 12 pack of Blue Moon and a good roast coffee, Dilly Dilly: to Mr. Benitez, an autographed Andrew Jackson photo; and to Mr. Larrubia, all my J. Cole hoodies.

I, Ben Fernandez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Harriman, a wig, to fit your name; to Mr. Larrubia, a picture of Rihanna to cry over your music; to Mr. Frazier, a new golf club to practice your swing; to Mr. Trujillo, every living member from the Easy Company to ask whatever you would like.

I, Jose Fernandez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Isenberg, an infinite supply of boxcutters and rulers to replace those lost over the years; to Mr. Delgado and Ms. Insua, Block C letterman jackets for the years of national recognition; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, a collection of every hard rock, classic rock, metal, death metal, alt-rock, garage rock, emo rock, and punk rock album known to man. 

I, James Flipse, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, the human encyclopedia; to Mr. Santa-Maria, all the times you called me a moron and the cool messed up things you would say; to Mr. Harriman, all those names that we would put up on Kahoot; to Mr. Benitez, for teaching us how to be men and the ultimate roaster; to Mr. Morrissey, all the times we made seal noises in his class; to Mr. Frazier, who always uses the golf club to go golfing.

I Andrew Fornaris, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Dr. Saavedra, the world’s best empanadas; to Brother John, all the candies to distribute throughout each and every day; to Mr. Marti, early access to every HBO program and the Game of Thrones books. Also a subscription to Blue Apron because you know cooking. To my boy Mr. Chacon, a perfect set of full set of the Avengers comics and one more original, mint, full set comic of his choice. Last to Cody McKeon, a beautifully framed student group photo taken at Sedano’s, to be placed on his first desk as a full time teacher at Columbus.

I, Carlos Fox, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. Mendoza, for teaching me the world’s history and structuring me into being a good man; to Mr. Harriman, for introducing me into Columbus and leading me into my intro to college; to Dr. Saavedra, for teaching me that hard work pays off; to Mr. Benitez, for teaching me to be an alpha male and to remain strong in what I believe in; to Mr. Trujillo, not only for teaching me about the government but also an example of what man I want to become.

I, Julian Freyre, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Staiano, a non-existent OKC championship ring and the 1-yard line from 1999; to Mr. Pelegrin, a new flag for his classroom; to Mr. Baez, a new quarterback for the Giants; to Ms. Taylor, a book titled Watch Your Verbiage; and to Mr. Aviles, a truck load of “breakfast.” Thank you all for making these years great.

I, Ivan Garces, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Amador & Mrs. Cibran, some more llamas to decorate their room; to Mrs. Chomat & Mr. Baez, new beakers and test tubes to replace the ones we broke; to Mr. Moro, a thanks for teaching me to move on and seek help if I’m struggling; to Mr. Ortega, a calculator to remind him that he doesn’t always have to calculate everything in his head and impress all his students.

I, Jorge Garcia, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Trujillo, a psychotherapist to absolve your fear of flying; to Mr. Hermida, an infinite supply of perfectly shaped cocos for swinging; to Mr. Linfors, a speedy return of his beloved Stanley Cup to Washington DC; to Mr. Crossman, a life-sized cardboard poster of Bernie Sanders; to Mr. Kumer, an endless supply of incense and a barn to house his growing farm of prominent Middle-Eastern animal figures; and to Mr. Aviles, may your protein shakes and supplements run free like the milk and honey of the Promised Land.

I, Ethan Gaunaurd, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, a two-week water rafting excursion in Costa Rica; to Mr. Baez, a big case of black hair dye; to Mr. Hermida, a gold-plated coconut; to Mr. Linfors, a two hour interview split with JRR Tolkien and George Lucas; to Mr. Lynskey, a scrapbook containing photos of Kruschev goat-herding. 

I, Daniel Gimenez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, infinite United States Constitutions; to Mr. Scholer, all of the Grateful Dead merchandise; to Mr. Santa-Maria, a new season of South Park to watch.

I, Carl Gisle, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, a plane ticket to Normandy; to Mr. Benitez, a Benitez Nation flag; to Mr. Corazon, a tank.

I, Larry Gomez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Benitez, a successful path for the thriving civilization of Benitez Nation; to Mr. Frazier, a golden golf ball representing your ability to swing a golf club; to Mr. Cesar Diaz, an iPad that has something wrong with it; to Mr. Cooper, a metronome that goes off beat every few seconds; to Dra. Folch, an ensayo; to Mr. Ulloa, a Star Wars Lego set.

I, Aris Gonzalez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Pugh, every croissant in the world and as many French transfers as she can ever wish for because she is the best French teacher alive; thanks to Brother Felix, the most chill pre-calc teacher in this world.

I, Carlos Gonzalez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Kumer, a plane wing (the secret of Voodoo Key is safe with us) and AP Euro Hacker 2. The long awaited video is coming soon…; to Mr. Crossman, the link to the Crossman Soulja Boy [Remastered] video. From all of your students from the class of 2019, thank you; to Mrs. Cibran, Mrs. Amador, and Mrs. Anderson, a DeLorean from rentadelorean.com that you could use to go back to May 10th and pull up to prom the right way; to Mrs. Galvez-Cuesta, a 3D model of The Pyramid to have out for students in you office rather than needing to go back to the PowerPoint. 

I, Ricardo Guerrero, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Hermida, a razor and a printed copy of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo; to Mr. Sanchez, a box of Honey Nut Cheerios; to Mr. Lynskey, a recording of all my imitations of him; to Mr. Moritz, a lifetime supply of beans and a thank you for letting me print; to Mr. Aviles, a really big dog; to Mr. Baez, a hug from Gibby and a lifetime full of happiness.

I, JP Gutierrez, bring of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Pugh, a closet full of designer ties; to Mr. Lynskey, a presidency larger than Columbus; to Mr. Trujillo, a year without misery from your average soccer team; to Mr. Marinelli, tickets to the Masters; to Ms. Bell, a year free of teaching astronomy; to Mr. Mendoza, a popcorn machine for his movie theater known as B14; to Mr. Kumer, a Tim Anderson jersey; to Mr. Martinez, a life without Derek Jeter; to Mr. Cunningham, an all inclusive trip where you hunt stags and rabbits. 

I, Peter Harth, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Lynskey, I’d say something but you probably already sent me to shave, no, but really, words can’t express my gratitude for everything you’ve done for me, I appreciate you in every way; to Mr. Gonzalez, thanks for the long discussions we would have in class, it truly was always a learning moment with you; to Mr. Trujillo, greatest coach I’ve ever had the pleasure of playing for. I was never the best athlete, but he never hesitated to be a mentor to all of us on and off the field. Truly, one of the greatest men I’ve ever been around, an example to us all.

I, Javi Hernadez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Gonzalez-Rojas, a copy of Lord of the Flies; to Mr. Scholer, endless 80’s rock music; to Mr. O’Brien, all WWII movies and TV shows.

I, Steven Hernandez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. McGrath, my burst appendix, an apartment in Greenwich Village, an infinite drama budget and the title of Drama Mama; to Mr. Chacon, my hospital bill and all of the Star Wars bobbleheads; to Mr. Moro, the best equipment for recording math videos.

I, Daniel Hjelm, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. Weber, a baseball coach and great math teacher; to Dr. Saavedra, a good and quiet teacher; to Mr. Morrissey, “Morrissey!” and a great English teacher; to Mr. Lynskey, thank you for everything; to Mr. Cunningham, best history teacher and always will be; to Mr. Meneses, a chill and cool Spanish teacher; to Mr. Delgado, thank you for everything; to Mr. Rodriguez, a really awesome and rad teacher; to Mr. Santa-Maria, a chill art teacher; to Mr. Isenberg, an energetic art teacher.

I, Charles Huffman, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Husk, a pair of Ray-bans to wear your sunglasses at night; to Mr. Frazier, a speed rope so you can fulfill your dream of being an Olympic rope jumper; to Mr. Linfors, a book containing all of his infamous tweets and a day in Middle-earth; to Mr. Kumer, a Frank Gore jersey; to Mr. Ulloa, a part in the next Batman; to Mr. Benitez, a publisher so you can write your own book on the art of teaching so others can take notes; to Mr. Scholer, a platinum bowling ball.

I, Jarrett Iori, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a new signaling cricket clacker; to Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, a bag of cool coins; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, all of my art and some new art tables; to Mr. Trujillo, my Marist Achievement medal for history.

I, Eduardo Janeiro, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Foyo, all the endless pages of notes; to Mr. Corazon, his honor’s class that was OK; to Mr.  Morrissey, all the times he gave me advice on my future.

I, Steven Lee, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Delgado, more walls to put all of our awards up on; to Ms. Insua, all my late assignments (hopefully) for late credit; to Mrs. Mallafre, an endless supply of fist-bumps to remember her favorite class, period 6 Honors English.

I, Emilio Lerma, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Benitez, a picture of the Civil War; to Mr. Trujillo, a new flag to add to his collection; to Mr. Linfors, a book and notes of how I passed his hobbitology class.

I, Trent Lima, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Fernandez, a special reusable late pass for me so she doesn’t have to waste anymore paper; to Mr. Pelegrin, a championship without Tim Duncan; to Br. John, a lifetime supply of mints; to Mr. Ulloa, his long hair back; to Mr. O’Neil, a pass to leave his top button undone.

I, Robert Lopez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Brother John, a lifetime supply of candies and treats; to Mr. Sanchez, tickets to the next Fergie concert; to Mr. Cooper, a thank you for constantly hearing the band while in the K Building; to Mr. Larrubia, a lifetime membership to code.org. 

I, Jonathan Lorenzo, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Deacon Dugard, a Cowboys playoff win; to Mr. Lynskey, a time machine to relive his prime in the 70’s; to Paul the Man, the $1 million dollars cash I buried under the Marcellin statue.

I, Anthony Macia, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Kumer, a bottle of Basil Hayden; to Mr. Linfors, a better coffee maker; to Mr. Trujillo, a plane ticket to the farthest place possible; to Mr. Landera, some heels for the 5’10” he says he is; to Mr. McKeon, my jersey so he can put it up in his office.

I, Daniel Maduro, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, thank you for being my favorite teacher in my entire life of school, thank you for teaching my favorite class ever, World War II, thank you for putting up with me; to Mr. Santa-Maria, thank you for being one of my favorite teachers that I have ever had. Thanks for also being the funniest teacher I have had.

I, Matt Martinez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a photo of me to remember me constantly calling him “Steve”; to Mr. Corazon, a plane ticket to wherever he wants; to Coach Dukes, leg day; to Coach Grant, a $5 foot long.

I, Lucas Medina, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Br. John, a thank you for every time you let me use your printer; to Mr. O’Brien, a t-shirt from Mel Fisher’s store; to Mr. Trujillo, WWII artifacts for him to display in his room; to Coach Stewart, every Ludacris album in existence.

I, Andre Merchan Revilla, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Kumer, a large fish tank for Adolfish II; to Coach Hardwick, a bell so that we can hear him sneak up on us; to Mr. Larrubia, a flippydo app to help the youth; to Ms. Brown, her old desk which was taken by Daniel Gonzalez; to Mr. Linfors, a better AC for his room; to Mr. Ciocca, VIP tickets to an ACDC Econ meet and greet; lastly, to Ms. McCullagh, a poster of Donald Trump shaking Obama’s hand and a CD with the song “Oh Oh Oh” by Zombie Nation.

I, Stephano Monsante, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Taylor, a bigger classroom and more science equipment; to Paul the Man, a new golf cart and a tranquilizer dart gun; to Mr. O’Brien, all the clickers in the world so we may all rise, please.

I, Martín Montoya, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: my endless gratitude to Mrs. Mallafre for always being there for me; to Mrs. Cedeño & Mrs. Gonzalez that you two would forever be “mis amores.”

I, Daniel Moure, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, all the calculators I’ve accumulated in my book bag over the last 4 years. Thank you for being my introduction to Columbus. To Mr. Kumer, $10 for all the wise things I’ve said in conversations that were just semi-plagiarized from your lectures. To Mr. Morrissey, a copy of Defenders #1 from 1972. To Mr. Linfors, the password to my LOG account. Thank you for giving me a place where I can improve my writing skills. Finally, I want to thank all the teachers I’ve learned something from in or out of the classroom. Thank you all for contributing to who I am today.

I, Kalani Norris, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo and Mr. Hill, thank you for everything; to Mr. Pugh, thank you for understanding and believing in me; to Mr. Foyo, a cucumber because he is as cool as a cucumber; to Mr. Santa-Maria, a series of comedy shows because he is hilarious; to Mr. Rodriguez, an NBA ref, so he can chat with him about being a great ref; to Mr. Bowman, a gym membership because he is pretty swole.

I, Diego A. Ortega, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Morrissey, all the time I wasted by sleeping in his class; to Mr. O’Brien, all of my notes that I owe him; to Mr. Trujillo, a book all about the hidden info of WWII; to Mr. Scholer, a massive journal for him to write in endlessly.

I, Marcel Ortega, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Ulloa, Captain America’s shield to defend yourself against evil; to Ms. Taylor, a recycling bin and a vegetarian cookbook; to Brother Tom, a free trip to Westeros; to Mr. Benitez, a giant flag of Benitez Nation.

I, Frank Pacheco, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Frazier, a thank you for making math fun; to Mr. Baez, a trophy for Most Caring Teacher; to Mrs. Foyo, a thank you for being one of the best teachers; to Mr. Ciocca, a thank you for being a simple man.

I, Juan Carlos Paguaga, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Corazon, an Argentinian steak and a second copy of my business plan; to Mr. Trujillo, an autographed picture of Emilia Clarke; to Mr. O’Brien, all of Mel Fisher’s findings inside the Atocha; to Mr. Pugh, a Terrible Towel.

I, Giovanni F. Pappagallo, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, all my fake soccer jerseys (except for the Ronaldo one); to Mr. Moritz, all my Gillette razors that I had to buy so I could shave before his class; to Mr. Morrissey, all the Captain Underpants comic books I read so I could learn English; to Mr. Scholer, all my hats.

I, Adam D. Pereira, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Essig, the patience to deal with students who have lost interest; to Mr. Rodriguez, a mindful “Hello” in hopes of a response; to Paul, a new gold cart with a megaphone; to Mr. Hermida, a laser pointer that works.

I, Dylan Perez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Lynskey, a car seat on the Explorer 1; to Mr. McKeon, a 60 gallon drum of hair oil; to Mr. Pino, a jar of peanut butter; to Mrs. Galvez-Cuesta, a 8:30pm reservation at Morton’s; to Coach Trujillo, a tub of live WWII explosives; to Mr. Moro, a big thank you for being the best teacher I have ever had; and to the entire Columbus family, a statue of me in front of the Mas Building for future reference.

I, Lukas Planck, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Lynskey, a paddle for the sophomores; to Mr. Cooper, an extremely obnoxious siren that goes off when someone is late; to Mr. Croke, you are a good man.

I, Presley Pomeranc, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Oses, a man with a joke for everything, thanks; to Mr. Trujillo, the only 101st Airborne trooper to be scared of planes, thanks; to Mr. Rodriguez and Mr. Staiano, a pair of teaches who can ditch a lesson for a sports argument anyway, thanks; to Mr. Lynskey and Mr. McKeon, congrats on succeeding to tame and teach the beast and pain I could’ve been; lastly, to Mr. Pugh, Mr. Hill, and Mr. Gonzalez, thanks for taking me under your wing, helping me through the rough and making me a better man than I was.

I, Charles Pommer, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Brown, the best calculator ever; to Coach Stewart, a new ring; to Mr. Baez, a dope picture of him framed.

I, Sebastian Prada, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, an 11th place trophy of Arsenal; to Mr. Larrubia, my notebook with all the helpful packets!; to Mr. Parsons, the psychologist Albert Bandura to ask all the questions you have; to Mr. Garcia-Casals, a time machine to go back in time to talk about Don Quixote with Miguel de Cervantes.

I, Alexander Prieto, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Web, the biggest house in South Carolina; to Mr. Linfors, a lifetime supply of Samuel Adams and season tickets for the Capitals; to OB, a trip to Wake Island; to Mr. Aviles, a Miami Dolphins Super Bowl; to Mr. Baez, help for all the stress I’ve caused him; to Mr. Ciocca, a signed baseball from Sandy Koufax.

I, Eduardo J. Quirch, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moro, all the love from his hard-working students; to Mr. Pelegrin, all the effort I wasted in your class freshman year; to Dr. Folch, a thank you for being my first AP class; to Mr. Lynskey, a trinket for all the ones you’ve given to me; to Mr. Frazier, a Rubik’s Cube for teaching me how to solve it; and to Ms. Essig, a big hug for all the help she has given me this year. Thanks to her, college will be so much better.

I, Daniel Rabassa, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a yoga mat; to Ms. Leonard, an award for making me understand math; to Mr. Kumer, a goldfish and a bigger tank for it.

I, Patrick Ramos, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Santa-Maria, thanks for letting me take my sweet time on my art pieces; to Ms. Vinson, a sign that will hopefully keep students out of your hair; to OB, a copy of the book On the Salty Water; to Mr. Kumer, a big pack of incense for his classroom; and to Ms. Insua, thanks for helping me work on my creative side.

I, Christopher Rivero, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a World War II Band of Brothers tour; to Mr. Santa-Maria, the keys to Kendall.

I, Jesus Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Aviles, a free Super Bowl win for the Dolphins; to Br. Felix, a time machine to visit Beethoven; to Br. John, a voucher for one week’s worth of free Spanish lessons; to Mr. O’Brien, a chance to meet the 101st Airborne Division for a day.

I, Lucas Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Hermida, a time machine with tickets to see Led Zeppelin live in concert; to Mr. Linfors, the Holy Grail; to Mr. Cooper, a signed vinyl of Guns ’n Roses Appetite for Destruction featuring their smash hit – “Sweet Child O’ Mine”; to Mr. Crossman, recordings of every Columbus Band performance he may have missed because of Broward soccer; to Mr. Scholer, a call from Netflix to write their next screenplay; to Mr. Parsons, a house in Israel so that he can finish mastering the art of Krav Maga; to Mr. Kumer, the rest of the pieces of the plane that crashed near Voodoo Key; and to Mr. Ortega, a library dedicated to him filled only of Star Wars novels from the expanded universe.

I, Mateo Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Mr. Trujillo, for teaching me how WWII changed the mindset of the people in the US completely; to Mr. Moritz, for teaching me how the stock market works and what to invest in; to Mr. Davis, for being THE Miami Racer; to Ms. Essig, for preparing me for all the essays in college.

I, Matias Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Foyo, all the times we talked about track and football; to O’Brien, a box of incense; to Mr. Aviles, a lifetime supply of protein powder; to Mr. Moscoso, a ukulele; to Ms. Essig, every camera that has ever come out; to Mr. Stewart, a FIFA Word Cup soccer ball; to Mr. Pugh, a supply of Pittsburgh sports team gear.

I, Rafael Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Kumer, ten thousand Swedish fighting fish and peace in the Middle East (these are not mutually exclusive); to Mrs. Amador, Mrs. Cibran, and Mrs. Anderson, a sandwich for every lunch period spent in the office; to Mr. Crossman, a cardboard cutout of Mr. Kumer’s head (for the parallelism, of course); to Mr. Ortega, a new elective: Intro to Dominoes; to Mr. Aviles, Flex Seal Liquid to fix the football-sized hole in your desk; to Mrs. Galvez-Cuesta, all the sleep you lost.

I, Sebastian D. Rodriguez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Lynskey, a New York Knicks sweater; to Mr. Trujillo, a follow on Twitter; to Mrs. Fernandez, a week long cruise to the Bahamas; and for Mr. Baez, the biggest thank you possible for being like a father to me.

I, Luis Romero, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Frazier, a golf club to swing during class; to Mr. Scholer, a $25 donation and a free t-shirt; to Mr. Landera, a decent jump-shot; to Mr. Rodriguez, a photograph of Celtic fans crying because they haven’t won a championship since 2008; to Mr. Martinez, videos of dolphin and chicken noises; to Mr. Benitez, some Just for Men.

I, Nicholas Rosello, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mrs. Sanchez, a pair of the finest homologous chromosomes; to Dr. Dugard, an intellectually stimulating conversation; to Mr. Ciocca, an agreement to never speak about me being utterly destroyed by his daughter in debate; to Mr. Kumer, a visit from Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to discuss Middle-Eastern politics; and to Mr. Morrissey, the privilege of exclusively teaching honors-level classes.

I, Fernando Salinas, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Ortega, a planner to remind him to post assignments and worksheets to OnCampus; to Br. Eladio, a halo for being the holiest man at Columbus.

I, Luis Sanchez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Lynskey, a massive sign that reads “Cross at the crosswalk”; to Mr. Danny Rodriguez, a Celtic’s jersey from anyone who ever played for them; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, a life-sized sculpture of me so he remembers his favorite student; to Mr. Philip Santa-Maria, two-thousand little stuffed animals of Paddington the Bear; to Dr. Saavedra, 200 bags of pretzels from me.

I, Daniel Sardiñas, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Linfors, a complete collection of all the Lord of the Rings books and movies; to Mr. Aviles, another Dolphins championship; to Br. John, a bag of mints; to Mr. Cunningham, a signed Bobby Orr hockey stick.

I, Giancarlo Sonora, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Isenberg, a megaphone so he can scream at us even louder to quiet down and draw; to Mr. Trujillo, a large thank you for showing me what an ideal teacher is, and also giving me an opportunity of making you a tattoo along with Pedro; to Ms. Insua, I thank you for expanding my creativity and character development; to Mr. Linfors, thank you for showing me a teacher can have fun. Your signature glasses raise will be forever stuck in my head. And most of all thank you Mr. Santa-Maria for helping me find my inspiration and calling into the world, without you I would have never thought of being an artist and I wouldn’t be in Columbus without you.

I, Eric Sosa, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Baez, thanks for the good times with Jason going back and forth, never laughed so hard in my life; to Ms. Essig, thanks for being a teacher to talk about business with; to Mr. Corazon, thanks for being the best mentor in finances; to Mr. Trujillo, for being able to really analyze his students and sit them down and talk to them about anything, thank you for the giant impact.

I, Jorge Luis Soto, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, a series of plane tickets to tour Europe; to Mr. Linfors, the original Red Book so he may continue it by writing his story; to Ms. Gonzalez-Rojas, a conch shell and some tape; to Mr. Harriman, a complete MCU DVD set; to Mr. Martinez, a Debate 2 class separate from his Debate 1 period; to Ms. Rayneri, a text tone for “You can’t handle the truth” from A Few Good Men; to Ms. McGrath, a big acting role to go with her new acting degree.

I, Luis Suarez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Baez, two Fridays in a row in your class; to Mr. Marinelli, the 2019 Golf State Championship; to Paul, an iPad to watch sports while working; to Mr. Linfors, a week on a cruise with nice coffee and a good book.

I, Nicholas Suarez, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Ms. Vinson, a monthly calendar set up for the next school year; to Mrs. Horowitz, a name tag that says “Mrs. Rafulowitz”; to Ms. Essig, a booklet to take stats for the next volleyball season; to Mr. Ortega, the rest of Ramos’s body to attach to his Fathead.

I, Victor Uche, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Trujillo, a bill to remove all school zones; to Mr. O’Brien, a house in the Keys for when you finally break and decide to retire; to Mr. Benitez, anything in the world you pick; to Mr. Staiano, a championship for OKC.

I, Carlos Valderrama, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! – to Madame Pugh, for teaching me a different culture; to Mr. Bowman, for teaching me that there is more than sports; to Ms. Vinson, for helping me through the process of college; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, for teaching me to think outside the box – that you can always make something better when you made a mistake.

I, Nicolas Valderrama, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Aviles, a plethora of vintage Dolphins items; to Mr. Trujillo, a flight to Oahu; to Mr. Baez, season tickets to UM games, to Mr. Moritz a copy of “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff.”

I, Christopher Valdes, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Coach Stewart, my beloved number 7 jersey along with my state championship medal; to Mr. Linfors, thank you for always accepting my zeroes, I leave you a book of jokes you might actually laugh at; to Mr. Trujillo, I leave you two tickets to an Arsenal Champions league game.

I, Eduardo Valdes, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Moritz, a radar scanner to track any students with headphones on in the hallway; to Coach Weber, a lifetime supply of Starbuck’s gift cards; and to Mrs. Gonzalez, a boomerang chancleta that comes back to her after she throws it at a poor child.

I, Eric Valdes, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Br. Herb, a BJs gift card; for Mr. Scholer, a box of incense and a Dead Head poster; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, a coloring book; to Mr. Trujillo, a plane ticket to Normandy; to Mr. Benitez, a pair of boxing gloves.

I, Justin Valdes, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Paul, a 4-wheeler; to Coach Husk, a state-title so we can be in his book; to Mr. Aviles, a rubber mallet to protect the PA speakers at school.

I, Sebastian Valdes-Denis, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Brother Felix, a Super Bowl winning season from the New York Jets because you deserve it; to Mrs. Amador and Mrs. Cibran, endless snacks, drinks, and gossip to you guys entertained; to Mr. Baez, the opportunity to solve a real criminal case; and to Mr. Larrubia, a chance to meet your twin Drake.

I, Carlos Varona, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: Thanks! to Coach Stewart, for making me run the football field millions of times; to Ms. Vinson, for being my friendly neighborhood superhero and for the countless visits to your office; to Coach Weber, for making me understand math (fever in the funk house); and to Dr. Saavedra, thank you for the chemistry lessons.

I, Diego Vega, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Kumer, a shirt that’s too small for him; to Mr. Frazier, a truck full of Rubik’s Cubes; to Mr. Peter Santa-Maria, a stool and a new paint roller; to Mr. Pelegrin, a replica of the 2013 NCAA National Championship trophy.

I, Anthony Vega-Garcia, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Benitez, some new boxing gloves; to Mr. Danny Rodriguez, Celtics season tickets; to Mr. Harriman, a new iPhone. 

I, Rolando Viera, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Paul, telekinetic powers to control traffic; to Mr. Linfors, a lifetime supply of Altoids; to OB, a round trip to Germany and the Holocaust Museum; to Mr. Frazier, an unsolvable Rubik’s Cube; to Mr. Lynskey, immunity to tomfoolery.

I, Fernando Yanes, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: all of my food to Mr. Corazon; to Mr. Dukes, a picture of me with a bass for his classroom.

I, Alfredo Zamora, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. O’Brien, a bust of my head to place on his desk; to Mr. Oses, a t-shirt and sign that says, “You’re doing it wrong!”; to Mr. Scholer, a cardboard cutout of himself that says, “Woah, man!” when you poke it; to Mr. Staiano, a Golden State jersey of Kevin Durant; to Mr. Pugh and Mr. Lynskey, a lifetime supply of hair gel; to Mr. Kumer, a real life llama named Osama Bin Llama.

I, Christopher Zinobile, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath: to Mr. Frazier, a button that says “goooooood!” when pressed; to Mr. Cesar Diaz, a bag of mints; to Papi J, a bell so he can always give out “dings!”

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