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Cardinal Mooney names new president

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Cardinal Mooney High School announced on Monday that Mark Oles will become the school's president in January.

He takes the place of Father Gerald DeLuca, who announced in June that he would be returning to pastoral work.

Board Chairman Dan Landers will continue serving as Interim President until Oles takes over.

Oles, a 2001 Mooney graduate, has been a parish-transformation leader, finance-council member, young-adult-ministry leader, special-parish-religious-education-for-people- with-disabilities (SPRED) leader and an altar server.

Oles created the Jamie Serich Memorial Scholarship, which distributed $94,000 since 2010 to benefit Cardinal Mooney and Lumen Christi students.

He has financially supported multiple families by providing tuition assistance, was a speaker at a football playoff rally, maintained relationships with alumni across a broad spectrum of graduating years and was the organizer of the 10-year Class of 2001 reunion.

Oles joins Cardinal Mooney from employment as Quality Assurance Manager for Union Tank Car Company’s repair business unit in Chicago.

He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Computer engineering from the Ohio State University; a Master of Management degree from Saint Joseph University; and a Master of Science degree in Manufacturing Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.   

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