Those receiving the award this year are:
Thomas Byrne `80
George Keithan `81
FRIENDS OF XAVIER:
Brother Brian has also announced that the 50th Anniversary Gala committee has introduced the Lifetime Service Award which becomes the highest award given to adult members of the community.
The first recipients of the Lifetime Service Award are:
Brother J. Robert Houlihan, C.F.X.
Anthony Jaskot `69
The awards will be presented at a formal (black tie optional) reception and dinner to be held at Xavier High School. This prestigious event will include a cocktail and hors d’oeuvres hour, open premium bar, Hall of Honors and Lifetime Service Awards 2013 and dinner. Ticket price for the entire evening is $125 per person and may be purchased online at www.xavierhighschool.org/50thgala. This is the 18th Hall of Honors induction ceremony held since 1987.
The selection criteria for Hall of Honors’ nominees are:
Xavier Alumni — Graduates whose achievements have brought honor to themselves and to Xavier High School. Alumni become eligible for induction ten years after they have graduated from Xavier
Faculty and Staff — Past and present faculty and staff members, who, through their dedicated service, have made a significant contribution to the students, the school, and the Xavier community
Loyal Friends of Xavier — Individuals who have served Xavier in a very special way
Xavier Lifetime Service Award nominees are chosen from previous Hall of Honors’ recipients who continue to demonstrate their support of Xavier High School.
Brother J. Robert Houlihan, C.F.X. (Middletown)
Tony Jaskot (Middletown)
Dora Braun (Durham)
Thomas Byrne (Higganum)
Robert Foisie, (Florida)
George Keithan (Killingworth)
Reginald Simmons (Rockfall)
Joan Tomasiello, (Cromwell)