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Arthur Makar '68 inducted to The Players Hall of Fame.Former Fenwick Faculty Elaine Schneider and Arthur Makar '68 at the Induction Ceremony.
Congratulations to former Fenwick Board President, Arthur Makar, Class of 1968, on his recent induction to The Players Hall of Fame. Arthur is President/Chairman Emeritus of the New York City club, founded by Edwin Booth in 1888 to bring together theatre and industry.
A portrait of Arthur by Michael Shane Neal is now now part of The Players permanent art collection.
Fenwick is never far from Arthur’s heart, here he is pictured with Elaine Schneider, his senior math teacher at Fenwick, a close friend for decades and guest at the Hall of Fame Dinner.
Crusaders run wild, record program's 350th all-time win
By Jean DePlacido Salem News Correspondent
Sep 21, 2019
PEABODY — It was a special night for Bishop Fenwick football, recording the program’s 350th in its 57 year history. The players weren’t aware of it until coach Dave Woods informed them after they picked up their third straight win of the young season, 40-6 over Wilmington.(click to read more).
September 20th On Campus Alumni Event:
Alumni who gathered to meet Fenwick's new administrators Tom Nunan and Cecilia Marquez were treated to an additional highlight as they witnessed the 350th win of the Football Program (which began in 1962) with the Crusaders win over Wilmington, 40 - 6! It was a great night under the lights on Donaldson Field with special guest visitor, Mr. Ralph LeDuc. Alums from each decade enjoyed the festivities which included a warm welcome from Vice Principal Jim Grocki '96.
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Fr. Benetti's pre- game blessing
- ESPN Debut: Greg Tremblay '75
- CLASS OF 64 AT THEIR 55TH!
- Remembering Steven Donaldson '64
- Zac Nardone '11
- Debra Lee Surface '01
- aLUM SUPPORT OF THE Golf Classic
- 2019 Legacy Graduates
- pastoral notice: Sr. Catherine Reidy, SND
ESPN Television Debut: Greg Tremblay ‘75
Greg, a referee for over 15 years, began officiating in Little League after being involved in youth sports as a coach when his children Greg, Jr., Jennifer ‘08 and Mary Margaret were younger.
Greg came to the attention of the East Region of Little League based upon a recommendation from local administrators. The selection process to become a Regional umpire is lengthy and rigorous. For the 2019 season there were over 250 referee recommendations; Greg was among the 12 selected for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
When not umpiring, Greg, who received his BS in Business Administration from Merrimack before becoming a CPA, is with Mahoney Fiorentino & Company in Wakefield.
Greg resides in Danvers with his wife Jane and remains active in the Fenwick community.
Class of 1964 - 55th Reunion!
Bishop Fenwick's 2nd Graduating Class gathered on September 18, 2019 to celebrate their 55th Reunion. In a a beautiful room overlooking the water at the Danversport, over 50 graduates gathered for a lovely luncheon and great company. "Coach" LeDuc and Fenwick's new president, Tom Nunan, joined in the special celebration. Check back for additional photos!
Congratulations to Zach Nardone '11 named as one of Salem News 2018-19 Winter Sports Coaches of the Year.
Salem Evening News
The Crusader boys (and girls) had a terrific season in Nardone’s first year as indoor coach. He began working with the current crop of seniors as an assistant coach four years ago.
“This is the first class I’ve had the pleasure of coaching through all four years. It’s amazing to see their growth during that time and how it paid off this season with a Tri-County League (Division 2) championship,” said the 26-year old Stoneham resident.. “Going to invitational meets, such as the Dartmouth Relays, East Coast Invite and states, having our team excel at these meets among high caliber competition shows the effort put in over the last four years.
“I’m thankful to the athletes and coaching staff who have dedicated themselves to the team. None of the success and enjoyment this season would be possible without the dedication of the athletes and coaching staff.”
The combined boys and girls team scored 151 points for Fenwick, which was 25 more than the second place squad to easily win the TCL championship.
A history teacher, Nardone said assistant coaches Steve Czarnecki, Jocelyn Testa, Michael Ford and Pat Cahill, who worked with the team on a day-to-day basis, were instrumental in the team’s success.
Debra Lee Surface '01 Inducted into
Salem State’s Civic Engagement Hall of Fame
Salem State allowed Debra Lee to opportunity to sponsor a community partner; her selection of A Bed for Every Child to allows this worthwhile organization to be the beneficiary of her Hall of Fame donation. Thanks to the generosity of Salem State University, a child from the City of Everett will be receiving a bed of their own. In Debra Lee’s speech she shared, "with this a child will be receiving their own bed, in hopes to get a good night’s sleep so that they can excel in the classroom and create their own path to success for their future.".
Congratulations Debra Lee.!
Legacy Graduates from the Class of 2019 !
John D. Ahern III '81 and Connor Ahern
Michael Bettencourt '86 and Julia Bettencourt
Maura Kelley '84 Cataldo and Christopher Cataldo
Kristin Moulton '85 Connor and Ian Connor
Marlana Vitale '88 Fiandaca and Ryan Fiandaca
Elaine Burba '89 Fitzpatrick and Kailee Fitzpatrick
Christopher J. George '89 and Carter George
Kelly Bakis '80 LaCross and Kathryn LaCross
James R. Leclerc '87 and Kierstyn Leclerc
Erin Flynn '88 Loescher and Sean Loescher
Dina Marchetti '83 McCullough and Angelo McCullough
Susan McGowan Dirks '88 and Caleigh Dirks
Cheryl Irwin '84 McIntosh and Meredith McIntosh
Thomas '89 & Joan Harrington '89 O'Hare and Molly O'Hare
Bruce Potter '74 and Alexa Potter
Brian Sharp '86 and Brian Sharp
Alan Somes '92 and Patrick Somes
It is with great sadness we share with the Fenwick Family the pastoral notice of Sr. Catherine Reidy, SND, former Vice Principal and Science Faculty member.
Sr. Catherine Veronica Reidy, SND
April 26, 1935 - August 25, 2019
Worcester, MA - Sister Catherine Reidy, SNDdeN, (Sr. Marie St. Patrick), passed away peacefully at the Notre Dame Long Term Care Center in Worcester, Massachusetts, on August 25, 2019. Sister Catherine was born in Boston, Massachusetts, on April 26, 1935, the daughter of the late Margaret (Moran) and Patrick Reidy, both from Ireland. (click to read the published obituary)
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Congratulations to Stefano Fabiano’21 for being named a Future Star for the Boston Lax All Underclassman Team. Stefano has 127 career points in two seasons in a Crusader uniform. He is a two time Catholic Central League All Star, 2019 Salem News All Star, and was also a wide receiver on the 2019 CCL Football Championship team. #wearefenwick
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