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—2nd Annual—Fordham PrepFootballHall of FameInduction Ceremony & DinnerInductee & Special GuestJoseph Moglia ’67Friday, April 15, 2016

ProgramCocktail ReceptionLobby6:30 to 7:30 pmDinner & Induction CeremonyDonnie Walsh Court7:30 pmBlessingRev. Christopher J. Devron, SJPresident, Fordham Preparatory SchoolKickoff of ProgramJames Rowen ’82Chairman, Fordham Prep Board of TrusteesUpdate on Off-Season ProgramJohn Rooney ’17State of the Fordham Prep Football ProgramPeter GorynskiHead Football CoachInductee & Special GuestJoseph Moglia ’67Head Coach & Executive Director for FootballChairman of Athletics, Coastal CarolinaChairman, TD Ameritrade Board of DirectorsInduction of CandidatesFinal Blessing

2016 InducteesJohn CoffeyPrep Football CoachBrian CorcoranClass of 1976John CorcoranClass of 1934Frank CostelloClass of 1955Patrick DeaneClass of 1988Brendan DolanClass of 1982Mike DunnPrep Football CoachJames FeddeckClass of 1964Frank FrischClass of 1916William GarrityClass of 1956Zev GrahamPrep Football CoachHarry HamburgerClass of 1911Charles HaysClass of 1915Richard HerzingClass of 1960

Orest KozickyClass of 1973Richard La FondClass of 1958Christopher LockwoodClass of 1993Francis McCaffreyClass of 1907Mickey McGuirePrep Athletic TrainerJoseph MogliaClass of 1967Connor NugentClass of 2006Mike SangobowaleClass of 2001George StirnweissClass of 1936Rev. Victor Yanitelli, SJClass of 1933

2016 InducteesJohn Francis (Jack) CoffeyMr. FordhamFordham University Class of 1910Fordham Prep Head Football Coach, 1910Born the son of Irish immigrants in Manhattan in 1887, Jack Coffey attended MorrisHigh School in the Bronx. In the autumn of 1905, he entered Fordham University,then St. John’s College, at Rose Hill. In his first college football game against Rutgers,he scored three touchdowns. Jack went on to win eight varsity letters for theUniversity, four each in baseball and football. During and after college, he playedprofessional baseball over 16 seasons alongside such teammates as Babe Ruth andTy Cobb. He also found the time to serve as a high school football coach for FordhamPrep, then the Second Division, leading the 1910 team to an undefeated season.Coffey’s devotion to Fordham University covered several decades, and he made hismark by serving the school as head baseball coach, freshman football coach andgeneral manager of athletics. In 1954, he was elected to the College Baseball Hall ofFame, and the University named its main athletic field in his honor. In 1971, Coffeywas an inaugural inductee into the Fordham University Athletics Hall of Famealongside Vince Lombardi and Frankie Frisch. Jack Coffey passed away in 1966.Brian CorcoranFordham Prep Class of 1976Defensive Back/Wide ReceiverBrian Corcoran was born on July 4, 1958 and raised in the Queen of Martyrs Parishin the Forest Hills section of Queens. At Fordham Prep, in addition to playing bothways at defensive back and wide receiver in football, Brian was an outstandingrugby player. Brian was the first recipient of the Corcoran Family Award for ClutchPlay, named in honor of his family’s contributions to the Prep and the FootballProgram. After high school, Corcoran was a walk-on freshman for the FordhamUniversity football team and finished as a four year starter at defensive back andteam captain for the Rams his senior year. Following his final season, he played forthe West Virginia Rockets in the American Football Association and later receivedan invitation to tryout with the Dallas Cowboys. After college, Corcoran enjoyed a20-year international rugby career. He played all over the world, from Ireland toAustralia, England to New Zealand and Canada to Argentina and Uruguay. Highlightsinclude his 1989 and 1990 selections to the U.S.A. National Team, the Eagles. In1992, Brian was inducted into the Fordham University Athletics Hall of Fame forboth football and rugby. In 2005, Brian was inducted into the Old Blue Rugby ClubHall of Fame. In 2015, Brian was inducted into the Fordham Prep Rugby Hall ofFame.

John (Jack) CorcoranFordham Prep Class of 1934Jack Corcoran was born on January 9, 1917 and raised in the Our Lady of RefugeParish in Kingsbridge Heights, a short walk from Rose Hill. Corcoran was a starathlete at Fordham Prep, competing on the football, basketball and golf teams. Heplayed on the historic 1933 Catholic High School Championship-winning basketballteam and captained the golf team his senior year. After high school, Corcoran playedfootball at Fordham University. In 1973, Corcoran received the Jack Coffey MemorialAward for his service to athletics at Fordham University, and in 1987 he wasinducted into the Fordham University Athletics Hall of Fame. Corcoran served on theFordham Prep Board of Trustees from 1981 to 1987, including three years aschairman. For Fordham Prep football, the Corcoran Family Award for Clutch Playhonors one of the anchor families in the school’s history. Jack Corcoran passed awayin 1998.Frank CostelloFordham Prep Class of 1955Frank Costello was born in 1936 and raised in the St. Luke’s Parish in the SouthBronx. Costello was a two-way starter at Fordham Prep his junior and senior year,earning All-City and All-Metropolitan honors both years. In his senior season of1954, Costello was honored as a national All-American. That season, Fordham Prepestablished an undefeated 8-0 record, and Costello was the first recipient of theMadow Trophy as MVP of the Fordham Prep-Xavier game. Following an injury hissenior year, Costello was unable to play college football at Boston College. Costelloalso served in the United States Army, rising to the rank of sergeant.Patrick DeaneFordham Prep Class of 1988Defensive Back/Wide ReceiverFordham Prep Assistant Football CoachBorn the son of Irish immigrants, Pat Deane was raised in Our Lady of theAssumption Parish in the Pelham Bay section of the Bronx. Deane was a two-waystarter at Fordham Prep at wide receiver and defensive back, where he holds thecareer record for interceptions. In 1987, Deane was a Catholic High School FootballLeague 1987 First Team All-League selection. He was also selected to representFordham Prep at the 1987 Senior Bowl. After high school, Deane was a four-yearvarsity letterman for Pace University, again playing both defensive back and widereceiver. Pat is currently ranked third for career receptions at Pace University. Aftercollege, Deane returned to Fordham Prep, and has served as an assistant dean ofstudents, social studies teacher, head baseball coach and assistant football coach.Brendan DolanFordham Prep Class of 1982

QuarterbackThe son of Irish immigrants, Brendan Dolan was born and raised in St. John’s Parishin the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx. At Fordham Prep, Dolan was a three-yearvarsity football player. He was selected to represent Fordham Prep at the 1981Senior Bowl. After high school, Dolan played quarterback for the University ofRochester, where he also played rugby. After college, Dolan began a successfulcareer in the energy derivatives industry. Brendan Dolan was tragically killed in theterrorist attack on September 11, 2001 at his office on the 92nd floor of One WorldTrade Center. He was 37 years old.Mike DunnFordham University Class of 1925Fordham Prep Head Football Coach, 1925-1929Mike Dunn played football at Fordham University in 1921 and 1923. He also playedthree years of basketball. After college, Dunn coached varsity football at FordhamPrep for five seasons. He tragically died of spinal meningitis before the 1930 footballseason and was succeeded as head coach by Earl (Zev) Graham. In 1936, Joe Fox ’29suggested that a trophy named in memory of Coach Dunn be awarded to the winnerof the Fordham Prep-Xavier football game. The annual tradition of the Mike DunnMemorial Trophy has continued since the 1930s.James (Jim) FeddeckFordham Prep Class of 1964End/SafetyFordham Prep Assistant Football CoachThe son of an FDNY fireman and a Bell Company telephone operator, Jim Feddeckwas born and raised in Our Lady of Mercy Parish, two blocks from Fordham Prep. AtFordham Prep, Feddeck was a two-way starter at both end and safety. In his senioryear, he received the Best All-Around Athlete Award. After high school, Feddeckplayed halfback for Boston College. After college, he returned to Fordham Prepwhere he served as an assistant football coach from 1968-1969 and 1986-1996.Francis (Frankie) FrischThe Fordham FlashFordham Prep Class of 1916HalfbackFrankie Frisch was born on September 9, 1898, raised in the Bronx and attended theFordham Grammar School (the Third Division). At Fordham Prep, Frisch playedfootball, baseball and basketball, and ran track. With his legendary speed, he was afour-year varsity football letterman and captained the 1915 championship team.The New York press selected him to the 1916 All-Scholastic Football Team forGreater New York. After high school, Frisch spent two years at Fordham Universitywhere he captained the football, basketball and baseball teams, and also ran track.

He earned Second Team All-America football honors at halfback in 1918. Aftercollege, Frisch began a 19-year Hall of Fame professional baseball career for theNew York Giants and the St. Louis Cardinals. A career .316 hitter, the switch-hittingFrisch led the National League in stolen bases three times and was the 1931 NLMVP. He won eight pennants and four World Series championships with the Giantsand the Cardinals, where he led the famous Gashouse Gang. Frisch was inducted intothe Baseball Hall of Fame in 1947 and into the Fordham University Athletics Hall ofFame in their inaugural class of 1971. Frankie Frisch died in 1973. He is buried inWoodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx.William (Bull) GarrityFordham Prep Class of 1956Fordham Prep Assistant Football CoachBorn in 1938, Bull Garrity grew up in St. Brendan’s Parish in the Bainbridge sectionof the Bronx. At Fordham Prep, Garrity played both football and baseball, includingFordham Prep’s undefeated 1954 football team. He captained the 1955 varsitysquad. In 1955, Garrity was selected All-City in football. After high school, heattended Fordham University on a baseball scholarship. He also played four years ofcollege football. After college, Garrity returned to Fordham Prep to serve asassistant football coach and scout for over three decades. Bull Garrity died in 1992.After his passing, the William A. Garrity 12th Man Award was dedicated in hishonor.Zev GrahamFordham Prep Head Football Coach, 1930-1942Born in 1903 in Akron, Ohio, Zev Graham arrived at RoseHill in 1923 with a college baseball scholarship to play for Jack Coffey. Graham wasalso an outstanding college football quarterback and kicker, leading the Universityto an 8-1 record in 1925 and earning Honorable Mention All-America honors. Aftercollege, Graham served as football and basketball coach at All Hallows High Schoolin the Bronx. After the tragic death of Fordham Prep football coach Mike Dunn,Graham returned to Rose Hill to coach football, basketball and baseball. Over twelveyears, he led Fordham Prep to ten winning football seasons, two CHSAA baseballCity Championships and one basketball City Championship. In the words of the Classof 1936, “Coach Graham infuses into his cohorts his own unquenchable spirit andinexhaustible energy,” a testament to his belief that great coaches do not just wingames, they instill indelible qualities that stay with their players for the rest of theirlives. In 1972, Graham was inducted into the Fordham University Athletics Hall ofFame. Zev Graham died in 1980.Harry Urban HamburgerFordham Prep Class of 1911Quarterback

Harry Hamburger was born and raised in Kingston, New York. At Fordham Prep,Hamburger quarterbacked the undefeated 1909 varsity football squad and led theundefeated 1910 team as captain. According to the September 19, 1912 New YorkTimes, “The Prep went on through two seasons without a defeat being registeredagainst it mainly due to the generalship and speed of Hamburger.” After high school,Hamburger played quarterback for one year for Fordham University. After college,Hamburger served in the United States military at the end of World War I, and latermoved to California. Harry Hamburger died in 1961. He is buried in Fort RosecransNational Cemetery in San Diego.Charles Colin (Corley) HaysFordham Prep Class of 1915 posthumousHalfbackCorley Hays was born the son of Irish immigrants in 1896 and grew up in Yonkers,New York. At Fordham Prep, Hays played right half-back during the 1913 and 1914seasons. During his senior season in 1914, Hays was injured while making a tacklein a game against St. Peter’s High School. Hays tragically died afterwards as a resultof internal injuries, and Fordham Prep cancelled the remainder of the 1914 seasonin the memory and honor of Corley Hays.Richard (Dick) HerzingFordham Prep Class of 1960Center/LinebackerDick Herzing was born and raised in the Bronx. At Fordham Prep, Herzing playedthree years of varsity football, playing both ways and earning All-City honors. Afterhigh school, Herzing earned a football scholarship at Marquette University. WhenMarquette discontinued football, he continued his standout play at Drake University.After college, Herzing was drafted by Vince Lombardi of the Green Bay Packers, butan injured knee hampered his football career. He later tried to play football for theNew York Giants, but the knee injury was too severe and his career ended.Orest John KozickyFordham Prep Class of 1973Running BackOrest was born on August 5, 1955 in the Bronx and raised in Yonkers as aparishioner at St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Church. At Fordham Prep, Kozickyplayed three seasons of varsity football. One of New York City’s premier runningbacks in the early 1970s, Kozicky was named the 1972 MVP of the MetropolitanFootball League. In 1972, he was selected All-New York City and First Team AllConference. Kozicky also played soccer during his time at Fordham Prep, serving asa member of the German-American All Star Team. After high school, Kozicky playedfootball at the University of Pennsylvania. After college, Kozicky earned his medicaldegree from the New York Medical College. Dr. Orest Kozicky has served as the

Yonkers Soccer Commissioner and is the chairman of the Yonkers Sports Hall ofFame Committee. He has a multi-decade track record of voluntary medical work onbehalf of the people of Ukraine.Richard Q. (LeRoy) La FondFordham Prep Class of 1958Quarterback/Safety/PlacekickerLeRoy La Fond was born in 1940 and raised in Englewood,New Jersey, attending St. Cecilia’s Grammar School. At Fordham Prep, La Fond wasco-captain of the 1954 junior varsity football team and the 1957 varsity footballteam. In both 1956 and 1957, La Ford was named Honorable Mention All-City andHonorable Mention All-Scholastic. He won the Madow Trophy as MVP of the 1957Turkey Bowl. La Fond was also an outstanding pole-vaulter for varsity track,winning numerous gold medals in a series of championship meets. After high school,shoulder injuries at Fordham Prep limited his playing time at Yale University. He didmake one appearance as a pole-vaulter in a meet against Harvard.Christopher F. LockwoodClass of 1993FullbackFordham Prep Assistant Football CoachChris Lockwood was born in 1975 and raised in Bronxville,New York, attending St. Joseph’s Grammar School. At Fordham Prep, Lockwoodcapped his Fordham Prep career with a touchdown reception in a 24-14 victory inthe Turkey Bowl. He was selected to the 1992 CHSAA Senior Bowl. Lockwoodreceived the George Zambetti Outstanding Back Award as a senior. He also playedgolf at Fordham Prep. After high school, Lockwood was a two-sport athlete at SienaCollege, playing three seasons of football and one of golf. After college, Chrisreturned to Fordham Prep as a teacher and also served as head coach for freshmanfootball, offensive line coach for varsity football and head volleyball coach. Hecurrently teaches in Bronxville.Francis (Bull) McCaffreyFordham Prep Class of 1907Running BackA 5’11”, 165-pound running back, Bull McCaffrey earned the nickname for hispowerful running style. At Fordham University, McCaffrey was the school’s firstAll-American football selection as a junior in 1909. He also played both basketballand baseball for the University. When Fordham discontinued its football programbefore McCaffrey’s 1910 senior season, he declined a football scholarship fromPrinceton University. After college, McCaffrey coached football for FordhamUniversity for one season. In 1974, he was inducted into the Fordham UniversityAthletics Hall of Fame. Frank McCaffrey died in 1952.

Richard Raymond (Mickey) McGuireFordham Prep Football Athletic TrainerMickey McGuire was born in 1930 and raised in Our Lady of Mercy Parish, a fewblocks from Fordham Prep. He graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School in theBronx and then served in the U.S. Navy. McGuire was the legendary head trainer forthe Fordham Prep football program over four decades, and he referred to FordhamPrep as his second home. Selflessly providing physical training, guidance and lifeadvice, Mickey kept his players on the field and off the sidelines. McGuire was alsoone of the most highly respected Golden Gloves boxing referees, officiatinghundreds of matches in the annual tournament at Madison Square Garden. Inaddition, he was involved in the Kid Gloves youth boxing program at the Garden,mentoring many future champions. McGuire also served as a high school and NCAAbasketball referee. Fordham Prep annually confers the Mickey McGuire Award forConsistent Play to a varsity football player in his memory. Mickey McGuire died in1988.Joseph H. MogliaFordham Prep Class of 1967Offensive Guard/LinebackerFordham Prep Assistant Football CoachBorn in 1949, Joe Moglia was raised in Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Parish in theInwood section of Manhattan. At Fordham Prep, Moglia started for three years bothat guard and linebacker for legendary Coach Joe Ososki, making All-Conference andreceived the team’s Spirit award as a sophomore. As a senior, Joe was team captain,again All-Conference, and the recipient of numerous All-City honors. In addition toJoe’s stellar football career, he also started for three years in baseball, playing bothshortstop and centerfield while earning Outstanding Player of the Year as a senior.After high school, Moglia attended Fordham University and coached Fordham Prepfootball with school legend Bruce Bott. After college, Moglia coached college footballfor 16 years, winning two Ivy League Championships as defensive coordinator atDartmouth College and setting national records as a defensive and special teamscoach at Lafayette College. In 1983, Moglia left coaching for a career in finance, firstat Merrill Lynch then as CEO of TD Ameritrade, which grew from 700MM to 10Bin market capitalization during his leadership. Joe returned to college coaching in2009 at the University of Nebraska where he coached for two seasons. Joe thenbecame the head coach of the Omaha Nighthawks in the United Football League in2011. In 2012, Moglia was named the head football coach at Coastal CarolinaUniversity, leading his team to repeat I-AA playoff successes and a move to the FBSin the Sun Belt Conference. In the last 9 seasons of coaching college football, Joe hasbeen part of 7 championship teams. In his first three seasons at Coastal, he led histeam to three conference championships, three National Playoffs, was namedConference Coach of the Year in 2012 and 2014, three times named a finalist forNational Coach of the Year, both National Runner Up and American Football Coaches

Foundation Regional Coach of the Year in 2014, and Eddie Robinson national coachof the year 2015. Joe Moglia served on the Fordham Prep Board of Trustees from1996-2002. He was the keynote speaker for the 2005 and 2008 Fordham Prep WallStreet Forum lunches, and delivered both the school’s 2005 Commencementaddress and the 2015 inaugural Fordham Prep Football Hall of Fame addresshonoring Bruce Bott ’59 and Joe (Sammy) Ososki.Connor NugentFordham Prep Class of 2006Running Back/PunterConnor Nugent was born in 1988 and raised in White Plains, New York, in the Parishof Our Lady of Sorrows. At Fordham Prep, Nugent played running back and led histeam in rushing during his junior and senior seasons, carrying the ball for over2,000 yards and over 20 touchdowns. Nugent won the Madow Award in both 2004and 2005 for his performances in Fordham Prep victories over Xavier, averagingover 150 rushing yards with 2 touchdowns per game. He was named the varsityfootball MVP his junior year and won the George Zambetti Outstanding Back Awardas a senior. At Fordham Prep, Nugent also played lacrosse and was inducted into theFordham Prep Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2016.Michael Ayo SangobowaleFordham Prep Class of 2001Tight End/Wide Receiver/LinebackerMike Sangobowale was born and raised in the Soundview section of the Bronx,where his father was the pastor of the United African Aladura Pentecostal Church. AtFordham Prep, Sangobowale played both ways at tight end, wide receiver andlinebacker. In both 1999 and 2000, he was named the team’s defensive MVP. In2000, Sangobowale was elected football captain and named All-City and All-State.He also competed in track & field at Fordham Prep, where he holds the record forthe second longest discus throw in the school’s history. After high school,Sangobowale played football and competed in track & field at the University ofPennsylvania. He was voted Second Team All-Ivy at defensive tackle in 2003 andFirst Team All-Ivy at defensive tackle in 2004, was a shot-put and discus thrower.While at UPenn, Sangobowale also worked as a teacher during the summer in theHigher Achievement Program at Fordham Prep. After college, Sangobowale earned amaster’s degree in neuroscience and education from Columbia University, and he iscurrently pursuing his PhD in neuroscience at the SUNY Downstate Medical Centerin Brooklyn.George H. (Snuffy) StirnweissFordham Prep Class of 1936Quarterback

George Stirnweiss, the son of an NYPD officer, was born in Manhattan in 1918 andraised on Van Nest Avenue in the Morris Park section of the Bronx. At FordhamPrep, Stirnweiss quarterbacked the varsity football team to winning seasons in1933, 1934 and 1935. He was selected All-City in both 1934 and 1935. Stirnweisshad an outstanding baseball career at Fordham Prep, leading his team to the 1935CHSAA championship. He also played basketball, leading the team to the BronxWestchester CHSAA title. After high school, Stirnweiss received an athleticscholarship from the University of North Carolina. At Chapel Hill, he started atquarterback for three seasons, leading the Tar Heels to an 8-1-1 record and a #12national ranking in 1939 while earning Second Team All-America honors. Stirnweisswas also an outstanding college baseball player, and the first Tar Heel to captainboth football and baseball. After college, he signed a professional contract with theNew York Football Giants but soon decided to play professional baseball with theNew York Yankees, who purchased his contract from the Giants. With the Yankees,he won three World Series championships, won an AL batting championship and ledthe league in hits and stolen bases in 1944 and 1945. Stirnweiss was an All Star in1946 and set a Major League Baseball record with a .993 fielding percentage in1948. After the Yankees, he played for the St. Louis Browns and the ClevelandIndians. Of all the honors received during his career, this father of seven often saidthat he was most proud of his Father of the Year award from Major League Baseballin 1946. Stirnweiss was killed in a tragic Jersey Central train crash on September 15,1958. He was 39 years old. In honor of the years of volunteer work that GeorgeStirnweiss and his wife Jane performed for underprivileged children at hospitalsand orphanages, the gymnasium at Red Bank Catholic High School in New Jerseywas named in their honor.Rev. Victor R. (Chick) Yanitelli, SJFordham Prep Class of 1933Fr. Victor Yanitelli was born in 1914 in New York City and grew up in the Little Italysection of the Bronx. At Fordham Prep, Chick served as captain of the varsityfootball team. He was also a very good third baseman and was a member of thebasketball team. After high school, Yanitelli entered the Society of Jesus. He receivedhis bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude, from Georgetown and his master’s anddoctorate from Fordham University. Fr. Yanitelli served as a faculty member atFordham Prep from 1941-1943. In 1965, Fr. Yanitelli was appointed President of St.Peter’s college in Jersey City, New Jersey, leading the school through an historicperiod of growth. He also served the community on a variety of boards, includingthe Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Fordham University, the HudsonCounty Planning Board and the National Advisory Council of Economic Opportunity.Following his tenure at St. Peter’s, Fr. Yanitelli become the pastor of St. IgnatiusChurch in Manhattan, and eventually assisted the New York Archbishop inadministering 35 parishes on the East Side of Manhattan. He also receivednumerous accolades for his community service, including honorary doctorates fromRutgers University and Monmouth College. Fr. Victor Yanitelli died in 1993.

Congratulationsto all the Fordham PrepFootball Hall of FameInductees for 2016, especiallyBrother Jim ’64.With love and affection,Brother Fred ’60– just a baseball player

Congratulations to allof the inductees,but especially to my teammate,classmate and Prep brother,Patrick Deane.Kevin J. Rooney ’88 P ’17

Congratulations, Pat!We’re so proud of you!Love,Liz, Riley and Patrick

Congratulations, “OJ” Kozickyand all other inductees to theFordham Prep Football Hall of Fame.The Kozicky Family

Congratulationsto my fellow inducteesinto theFordham PrepFootball Hall of Fame.Go Rams!Orest Kozicky ’73

CongratulationsBrian Corcoran ’76, Brendan Dolan ’82and all the inductees.Brendan: Always in our hearts.Simon Walsh ’83Brendan Dolan, wish you were here to receive this honor in person. I count myselffortunate to have been your teammate and friend.Congratulations to Pat Deane and all the other honorees.Ron Hoina ’82

Congratulations toChris Lockwood ’93and all of the Inductees.Go Fordham! Beat Xavier!The Hartmere FamilyCongratulations to all the Gridiron inductees especially Coach DeaneGo Rams!!The Loffredo Family

Lockwood hof ad (it is a pre-made ad)Jaquette

Daddy, We are so proud of you!Thank you for giving us your support as we takethe field or stage. You are a great coach, but mostimportantly a great dad. We Love you!Maggie, Christopher and TimothyCongratulations, Chris.We are so proud of you and your accomplishments.So happy for you to be recognized in such a special way.We are truly blessed having you as a son, brother, and uncle.Go ’Fordam’ Rams! Thanks for the memories.With love and pride fromMom, Lisa, John, Bryan, and Kaitlyn

Congratulations to allthe Hall of Fame inductees.No matter where I goI’ll always be a Ram.Cory GiordanoClass of 2015

Congratulations to the Dolan Familyupon the induction of Brendaninto the Hall of Fame.Brendan was a best friend, teammate,and a humble and kind man.The Cooney Family, Patrick ’82All the best and congratulations, Brian.From your Class of 1976 teammates,John J. Doran ’76

Congratulations to Connor Nugent ’06.From your friends at Our Lady of Sorrows in White Plains

Fordham Prep Gridiron ClubWalter Morris ’56, P ’86Peter Brown ’62Peter Maher ’62Eugene Porcaro ’62Dan Somma ’62Joseph Moglia ’67Howard Cook ’72, P ’17Howard Hopkins ’72John Davey ’80John Freeman ’80Eric Serrilli ’80Stephen Fearon ’82, P ’16Ron Hoina ’82, P ’17Simon Walsh ’83Marc Flamino ’85Ramon (Ray) German ’86William (Buzzy) Morris ’86Donn McNamee ’87John Neary ’87Marc Burton ’88Ruben Rivera ’88Eugene Rooney ’88Kevin Rooney ’88, P ’17Alfredo D’Onofrio ’89Clifford Dealy ’94Robert Lee ’94Paul Olivo ’94Neil Scanlon ’94Juan (JC) Polanco ’95Kevin Barrett ’01Matthew Rinklin ’01Daniel Sherman ’01John Werner ’01Frank DiDomizio ’05Joseph Evans ’06Connor Nugent ’06Ken McKenna ’07Glenn Giordano P ’15Tom Walsh P ’16, ’18Dan Almeida P ’18Phil Devine P ’18Robert Petti P ’18John Valecce P ’18

Thank you to all of the members of the Fordham PrepFootball Hall of Fame Nominating Committeefor your work in making today a huge success!Frank D’Onofrio ’60Eugene Porcaro ’62John Panebianco ’73Jack Doran ’76John Freeman ’80Simon Walsh ’83Ramon (Ray) German ’86Donn McNamee ’87John Neary ’87Kevin Rooney ’88, P ’17Louis DiGiorno ’88Alfredo D’Onofrio ’89Paul Olivo ’94Joseph Evans ’06Ken McKenna ’07

Thank you to all of our sponsors for supporting the Prep’s Football Program and the2nd Annual Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Dinner!Cocktail Reception SponsorAnonymousAwards SponsorJohn Freeman ’80Coaches SponsorGlenn, Gina and Cory ’15 GiordanoJournal Ad SponsorsPatrick Cooney '82Liz DeaneJack Doran '76Fred C. Feddeck '60Glenn & Gina Giordano P'15Michael Hartmere '93Ron Hoina '82George JaquetteOrest Kozicky '73Roman Kozicky '76Bridget LockwoodCarol Lockwood P'93Steve Loffredo P’18Kevin J. Rooney '88, P'17Simon Walsh '82Sponsors of Jesuits, Faculty and Administration MembersSean Davey '80Philip Devine P '18Stephen Fearon '82John Freeman '80Joseph Petti '18Eugene J. Porcaro 62Kevin J. Rooney '88, P'17James T. Smith '88Thomas C. Walsh P '16, '18

A Blessing(I learned the first part of this blessing fromthe Rabbi who taught me Hebrewand the second part from an Irish priest)May God be gracious to youand kindly to you;May His face shine upon youand bring you deep and abiding peace;May He guard you and guide youevery step of the way;May the road rise before you;May the wind be at your back;May the rain fall softly on your land;May God hold you and all whom you lovein the palm of His hand;In the name of the Father, and of theSon, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen!Father

Fordham Prep Assistant Football Coach Born in 1938, Bull Garrity grew up in St. Brendan’s Parish in the Bainbridge section of the Bronx. At Fordham Prep, Garrity played both football and baseball, including Fordham Prep’s undefeated 1954 football team. He captained the 1955 varsity squad. In 1955, Garrity was selected All-City in football.

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