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Dennis P. Hartigan

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CCH INCORPORATED

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CCH INCORPORATED

2700 Lake Cook Road

Deerfield, Illinois,60015

United States

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About CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business (CCHGroup.com) is a leading global provider of tax, accounting and audit information, software and services. It has served tax, accounting and business professionals since 1913. CCH is based i... more.

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History, Fight Song, & Alma Mater - Central Catholic High School

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Fr. Dennis Hartigan, President - 2004-2013: Fr. Hartigan came to CCHS from Lima Central Catholic High School, where he served as pastor and president for six years.
He grew up in Kearny, New Jersey and attended the public schools there. He went into the seminary in New Jersey, graduated from a college in 1974 and was sent to the Dominican Republic to teach for two years. When he came back to the United States, he studied at Josephenum College and then finished his theology at Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Cincinnati. He was ordained at Rosary Cathedral in 1980. In May 2004, he recieved his PhD in education from the University of Dayton. "Central Catholic to me has always been considered the flagship of the Toledo Diocesan schools, so in my mind it was always a school that had a great reputation," Fr. Hartigan said. "It has to be, without a doubt, the best Catholic school in Toledo. My hope is to continue on with the proud tradition that's here. The thing that really strikes me is the dedication of the whole staff. Everybody I talk to is just so willing to pitch in." During Fr. Hartigan's tenure the Fighting Irish football team won the 2005 Division II State Championship. Fr. Hartigan was instrumental in securing a donation from Charles Gallagher '56 and Diane (Bertling) Gallagher '58 toward completion of the Gallagher Athletic Complex. Fr. Hartigan was also involved in the introduction of One Connected Community, a program designed to provide each incoming freshman student with a laptop computer.


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"Central is always concerned about how we can help our students, and when this opportunity with Siena Heights came about, we just thought ,why not pursue this?' " says CCHS President Father Dennis Hartigan."Signing this partnership is a good thing for our students," he continues.


www.centralcatholic.org

Fr. Dennis Hartigan, President - 2004-2013: Fr. Hartigan came to CCHS from Lima Central Catholic High School, where he served as pastor and president for six years.
He grew up in Kearny, New Jersey and attended the public schools there. He went into the seminary in New Jersey, graduated from a college in 1974 and was sent to the Dominican Republic to teach for two years. When he came back to the United States, he studied at Josephenum College and then finished his theology at Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Cincinnati. He was ordained at Rosary Cathedral in 1980. In May 2004, he recieved his PhD in education from the University of Dayton. "Central Catholic to me has always been considered the flagship of the Toledo Diocesan schools, so in my mind it was always a school that had a great reputation," Fr. Hartigan said. "It has to be, without a doubt, the best Catholic school in Toledo. My hope is to continue on with the proud tradition that's here. The thing that really strikes me is the dedication of the whole staff. Everybody I talk to is just so willing to pitch in." During Fr. Hartigan's tenure the Fighting Irish football team won the 2005 Division II State Championship. Fr. Hartigan was instrumental in securing a donation from Charles Gallagher '56 and Diane (Bertling) Gallagher '58 toward completion of the Gallagher Athletic Complex. Fr. Hartigan was also involved in the introduction of One Connected Community, a program designed to provide each incoming freshman student with a laptop computer.


centralcatholic.org

Fr. Dennis Hartigan, President - 2004-2013: Fr. Hartigan came to CCHS from Lima Central Catholic High School, where he served as pastor and president for six years.
He grew up in Kearny, New Jersey and attended the public schools there. He went into the seminary in New Jersey, graduated from a college in 1974 and was sent to the Dominican Republic to teach for two years. When he came back to the United States, he studied at Josephenum College and then finished his theology at Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Cincinnati. He was ordained at Rosary Cathedral in 1980. In May 2004, he recieved his PhD in education from the University of Dayton. "Central Catholic to me has always been considered the flagship of the Toledo Diocesan schools, so in my mind it was always a school that had a great reputation," Fr. Hartigan said. "It has to be, without a doubt, the best Catholic school in Toledo. My hope is to continue on with the proud tradition that's here. The thing that really strikes me is the dedication of the whole staff. Everybody I talk to is just so willing to pitch in." During Fr. Hartigan's tenure the Fighting Irish football team won the 2005 Division II State Championship. Fr. Hartigan was instrumental in securing a donation from Charles Gallagher '56 and Diane (Bertling) Gallagher '58 toward completion of the Gallagher Athletic Complex. Fr. Hartigan was also involved in the introduction of One Connected Community, a program designed to provide each incoming freshman student with a laptop computer.


centralcatholic.org

Rev. Dennis P. Hartigan, Ph.D., Pastoral Leader
frdenny@centralcatholic.org Fr. Hartigan came to CCHS from Lima Central Catholic High School, where he served as pastor and president for six years. He grew up in Kearny, New Jersey and attended the public schools there. He went into the seminary in New Jersey, graduated from college in 1974 and was sent to the Dominican Republic to teach for two years. When he came back to the United States, he studied at Josephenum College and then finished his theology at Mount St. Mary's Seminary in Cincinnati. He was ordained at Rosary Cathedral in 1980. In May 2004, he received his PhD in education from the University of Dayton. Fr. Hartigan's first assignment in 1980 was as the associate pastor at St. Joseph's Parish in Maumee. Then he was transferred to Lima St. Charles where he was the associate pastor from 1983 to 1986. From there he went to St. Joseph Central Catholic High School in Fremont for 12 years, and then a six-year term at Lima Central Catholic. "Central Catholic to me has always been considered the flagship of the Toledo Diocesan schools, so in my mind it was always a school that had a great reputation," Fr. Hartigan says. Rev. Dennis Hartigan, CCHS Pastoral Leader


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