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Call of Faith & Duty: A Tribute to Veterans

Flag over Auburn Street Field

Many members of the Central Catholic community have served our nation through the US Armed Forces.

To honor their sacrifices, we have established Call of Faith & Duty: A Tribute to Veterans. Our goal is to recognize the many alumni who have served or are serving our nation. We are working to identify those graduates who are veterans, who are currently serving in the military, or who are attending military schools and academies.

Click here to make additions or updates to the Call of Faith & Duty listings.

Please keep these men and women, and all those who have made the sacrifices necessary to serve and protect our nation, in your thoughts and prayers.

The following list is a work in progress. If you have any corrections or additions, please complete the form, email RaiderNews@centralcatholic.net, or call 978-682-0260 ext. 635 so that we can update the list.


Thank you to all those who have served our nation!

Graduates, 2017-2011


2017

  • Taylor Gigandet, US Naval Academy
  • Cameron Hebert, US Marine Corps, NROTC (Marine Option), University of Maryland
  • Adam Morris, US Air Force Academy

2016

  • Ryan Ferrara, US Army, ROTC, University of New Haven
  • Nicholas Gibbs, US Coast Guard Academy
  • Alexander Jensen, US Army, ROTC, University of Massachusetts at Lowell

2015

  • Jordan Daly, US Army, ROTC, Cadet at Norwich University, will commission in 2019

2014

  • Thomas Curtis, US Marine Corps
  • Conrad Jepson, US Marine Corps, Parris Island, SC.
  • Jonathan Sholik, US Marine Corps
  • Matthew Wicks, US Air Force, Cadet at Norwich University, will commission in May 2018.

2013

  • Daniel F. Buote, US Marine Corps
  • Jarred LeBlanc, US Coast Guard
  • Colleen E. Slein, US Air Force Academy
  • Ryan S. Wagoner, US Marine Corps

2012

  • Jessiel Alfonzo, US Army
  • Kyle Williams, US Navy, CCT, Active Duty (Fall 2014 - enlisted in 2012)

2011

  • Ginelli Bonet, US Army
  • Connor F. Brennan, National Guard Airman

Graduates, 2010-2001


2009

  • Shain Jowett, US Navy, Naval Academy Graduate, Navy Seal Training (Fall 2013)

2008

  • 1LT Darren Berrigan, US Army, Active Duty, OH58D Kiowa Warrior Pilot (Fall 2015)
  • Lance Cpl. Sean J. Harrigan, US Marine Corps, Active Duty
  • 1LT Kelsey Richards, US Army ROTC
  • Evan Rurak, US Navy, Ensign

2007

  • Sgt. Robert M. DeGregorio III, US Army, Active Duty, Afghanistan, 344th Military Police Company (Fall 2013)
  • Melissa A. Lucas, US Army
  • 1LT Courtney Richards, US Army, Signal Corps Officer, Honolulu, HI

2006

  • Lt. Joseph M. Aiello, US Navy, Active Duty, ILS Division Director General Dynamic - Electric Boat (Nov. 2015)
  • 1st Lt. Daniel A. O'Connor, US Marine Corps, UH-1Y Pilot, Active Duty (July 2015)

2005

  • Sgt. Paul F. Goodwin, US Army; Formerly US Army Reserves, now actice durty, Iraq Tour
  • Capt. Kevin J. O’Neill, US Air Force, Active Duty, Malmstrom AFB (Montana); Incirlik AB (Turkey), Munitions Flight Commander; Barksdale AFB (Louisiana), Air Force Global Strike Command, Program Manager, Munitions Division (Nov. 2014)

2004

  • Staff Sergeant Michael A. Hubbard, US Army, served in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Central America
  • Michael T. O'Donnell, US Navy, Active Duty, Machinist's Mate, currently serving on the SS New Hampshire, a nuclear submarine based in Groton, CT (Nov. 2012)

2003

  • SSG Timothy Beauchesne, US Army, Electronic Warfare, Veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan
  • Lt. Chad Pusateri, US Navy, Doctor/Medical Officer
  • 2nd Lt. Kevin Towler, US Marine Corps, JAG

2002

  • Douglas Fritz, US Navy, HM2 (FMF), Operation Enduring Freedom; Fall 2014: Reserves
  • Sgt. Michael Moulton, US Army, Iraq Veteran
  • LCpl. Sean R. O'Day, US Marine Corp (2002-2008), Operation Enduring Freedom

2001

  • Jonathan K. Leslie, US Army
  • David T. Lyons, US Army, Sergeant, HHC 1-182 INF (Nov. 2015)


Graduates, 2000-1991


2000

  • Maj. David Beaudoin; US Army (US Military Academy/West Point 2004), Iraq Veteran, Active Duty
  • SSgt. Eric Ferreira, US Marine Corps, Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • SSgt. Rebecca J. (Greco) Ferreira, US Air Force,
  • Cpl. Wilson Jusino, US Marine Corps, Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • Sgt. Paul King, US Army, Iraq
  • SSgt. Arthur D. Lecesse, US Air Force, Active Duty (2003-2011), Operation Enduring Freedom (Three Tours), Operation Odyssey Dawn
  • Alexander W. Pannos, US Army, Iraq
  • Melissa M. Polanco, US Navy, Chief Petty Officer, Active Duty (Nov. 2015)
  • Lt. Jason Thomas, US Navy, Active Reserve (June 2015)

1999

  • Staff Sgt. Daryl C. Bradley, US Air Force, Medic, active duty, Afghanistan (5th deployment)
  • Capt. Rafael V. Dominguez, US Army, training officer, international exchange, Canada (July 2015)
  • Marc R. Leduc, US Navy, Surgeon
  • Cpl. Leon A. Vitale, US Marine Corps (2002-2006)

1998

  • Capt. Benjamin W. Hillner, US Army, JAG Corps (attorney)

1997

  • Capt. Laura B. (Champagne) Hutchins, US Naval Academy (2001), Marine Corps, Five Years Active Duty, Aviation Maintenance Officer, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), Operation Iraqi Freedom, 15th MEU; US Marine Corp Reserve; Retired
  • Lt. Cmdr. Sean P. Maloney, US Navy Reserve Helicopter Pilot
  • Capt. Kevin D. Michaelsen, US Air Force, Retired

1996

  • Chief Petty Officer Kristopher Stoessel, US Navy, Active Duty; Operation New Dawn, Iraq; Operation Unified Aid, Bandeh Aceh, Indonesia
  • Major Adam E. Taylor, US Air Force, Special Operations Navigator, Active Duty (Fall 2014)

1995

  • Sgt. Jay Ball, US Army (1995-2001), Fort Sill, OK; Schweinfurt, Germany; Bosnia (2 tours); Fort Drum, NY
  • Major Paul M. Grant, US Army (US Military Academy/West Point, 1999), 82nd Airborne Div., 1 tour in Kosovo, 3 tours Iraq, 1 tour Afghanistan
  • Lt. Todd Riviezzo, US Army, tour of duty in Afghanistan with 29th Infantry Division out of Fort Belvoir, VA
  • Capt. Michael J. Yanovitch, US Air Force (US Air Force Academy 2000), Flew F-15 Fighter pilots with the 67th Fighter Squadron out of Kadina AF Base, Okinawa Japan

1994

  • Capt. Matthew J. Matosic, US Army

1993

  • TSgt Jason Bazin, US Air Force, Battlefield Weather Forecaster. Served in Bosnia, OIF/OND Iraq (3 tours), OEF Afghanistan Veteran.

1992

  • Gerard A. Jussaume, US Navy, Fire Controlman 1st Class, Active Duty 1993-2013, Retired
  • Edward M. Sullivan Jr., US Marine Corps, PFC, Honorably Discharged

1991

  • Capt. Jeremy F. Brooks, US Army Reserves 1993-1909; Active Duty: 1909-present (MEDCOM), Iraq Tour
  • CDR Douglas W. Huggan, US Navy, Commanding Officer, Naval Support Activity Panama City (Retired)

Graduates, 1990-1981


1990

  • Kevin J. Kempton, US Navy, Petty Officer, 3rd Class, Aviation Ordinance, Carrier Air Wing 17, VF-103 BAD OCEANA, Virginia Beach, VA, 4 Years of Service, Retired

1989

  • Lt. Stephen E. Gil, US Army, Paratrooper (deceased)
  • Lt. Col. Sean M. Judge, US Air Force, Pilot, US Air Force Academy (deceased)
  • 1st Sgt. Dean Lockhart, US Army, 20+-Year Veteran, Purple Heart
  • SPC Charles J. Merida, US Army, ARCOM, AAM
  • Edward E. Romanowsky, US Army

1988

  • Kevin Doherty, US Navy, Officer, Operation Iraqi Freedom (1993 - 1998)
  • Timothy Dube, US Marine Corps (1989-1993), 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion, Corporal, Desert Shield/Desert Storm
  • LTC John R. Gaivin, US Army, Active Duty, Battalion Commander 17th CSSB, Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson, Alaska

1986

  • Christopher S. Maple, US Army, Operation Desert Storm
    John Wall, US Marine Corps, Operation Desert Shield, Operation Desert Storm

1985

  • Sgt. Michael A. Ameen, US National Guard/Reserves, Honorably Discharged
  • Capt. David C. Abdoo, US Army Reserves, Army National Guard (1990-2007)
  • Lt. Col. John A. Papachriston, US Air Force pilot
  • Richard J. Stabile, US Air Force
  • William J. Villineau Jr., US Navy Reserve, BM2 (1991-1999); National Service Ribbon

1984

  • Sgt. James B. Christensen, US Marine Corps, Desert Shield & Desert Storm, Amphibious Amtrac, Retired
  • 1st Sgt. Joseph M. Labranche, US Army, Retired

1983

  • Capt. William Campbell, US Navy (US Naval Academy, 1987), Retired.
  • Cdr. Timothy Corkery, US Navy (US Naval Academy, 1987), Executive Officer for the University of Arizona’s Naval ROTC Unit, Assoc. Prof. of Naval Science
  • Col. Charles P. Samaris, US Army, Former MIT Security Studies Military Fellow; Former Commander, US Army Corps of Engineers, New England District
  • Robert L. Veilleux, US Navy

1982

  • Cdr. Donald Dombrowsky, US Navy, 24 years of Active Duty, Retired
  • Guy Hermis, US Army, E8/Master Sergeant; Jump Master, Fort Bragg; 23 Years of Service, Retired

1981

  • Capt. Jerome F. Hamel, US Navy, Retired

Graduates, 1980-1971


1980

  • Michael J. Paduchowski, US Army, SFC, Active & Mass National Guard 1980-2009, Retired, 26th (Yankee) Infantry Division & Adjutant General's Office

1979

  • John E. Cuddy, US Navy, Retired
  • Kevin A. Cyr, US Air Force (deceased)
  • Maj. Gen. Richard J. Gallant, US Army, Two-Star General, Special Assistant to the Director of the Army National Guard, Pentagon (January 2016)
  • Lt. Col. Richard J. Hamilton, US National Guard/Reserves, Active: 157th Security Forces Squadron Commander; J3-JSO (Joint Security Office) USCENTCOM; Provost Marshal Joint Forces HQ New Hampshire National Guard; Inspector General 102nd Intelligence Wing; Operation Noble Eagle; Operation Enduring Freedom; Operation Iraqi Freedom
  • John Imondi, US Navy
  • Col. Kevin Murphy

1978

  • Thomas Collins, US Marine Corps
  • Capt. Timothy J. Crawley, US Air Force, Retired
  • Michael Foster, US Army, (deceased)
  • Lt. Boleslaus "Bill" F. Gruber, US Army, (deceased)
  • Stephen R. Guilmet, US Marine Corps
  • Col. Peter F. Sullivan Jr., US Air Force/Air National Guard, Retired
  • John B. Vega, US Army, 1978-1982

1977

  • MSgt. Kevin P. Fortuna, US Air Force, active duty 1977-1981; NH Air Guard, Crew Chief on the KC135R; Desert Storm, Iraq Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom
  • SSGT Kevin Ginchereau, US Marine Corps, Criminal Investigator, NCIS Special Agent, Retired
  • Capt. James Nault, US Navy, Retired
  • SSGT Arthur T. Villineau, US Air Force (1977-1985)

1976

  • Lee J. Britton, US Air Force, MSgt, USAF active duty, US Army National Guard, USAF Reserve, 22 years, Retired
  • James M. Bryson, US Air Force, SSgt, Hahn Air Base - 84th Fighter Wing - 1978 - 1984-SAC-Hospital, Retired
  • Hector O. Clemente, US Army, Major, 20 years of active duty, Retired

1975

  • Michael J. Lambert, US Marine Corps, Corporal-E4; Maintenance Control, Flight Line, Cherry Point, NC; Honorable Discharge

1974

  • Cdr. Mark Nault, US Navy, Retired

1973

  • Robert J. Thomas Jr., US Air Force, Master Sergeant, Retired

1971

  • Andrew DeFillippo, US Army Reserve (1972-1978), 331st General Hospital

Graduates, 1970-1961


1970

  • Joseph T. Ryan, US Coast Guard, Machinery Technician 2nd Class

1969

  • Lt. Col. Robert J. DeFusco, US Army, 20 Years of Active Duty, Retired

1968

  • Kenneth A. McMahon, US Army, Vietnam (deceased)
  • Lt. Col. William J. Troy, US Army, Retired

1967

  • Stephen Barbett, Vietnam
  • Colonel C. Mark Cataudella, US Army National Guard/Reserves, Retired in 2001 after 30 years; Deployments to Albania, Bosnia, Kosovo.
  • Alan J. LaBranche, MA National Guard/Reserves, SFC, 20 Years of Service, Retired
  • SSgt. Dennis W. O'Brien, US Air Force
  • Brian M. Richards, US Navy, E-6/ET1, 1974-1982, USS Eisenhower CVN 69, USS Carl Vinson CVN 70, USS Nimitz CVN68

1966

  • James G. Hanley, US Army, Vietnam
  • SP/4 Conrad M. Karcz, US Army, Vietnam
  • LTC James E. Phelan, US Army, Retired

1965

  • Joseph Donovan, US Marine Corps, Vietnam
  • John M. Hayes, US Navy, Vietnam
  • Sgt. Dennis A. Iworsky, US Marine Corps, Two Tours in Vietnam, Honorable Discharge
  • Sgt. Theodore J. Karcz, US Army, Vietnam, Purple Heart Recipient
  • Robert G. Labrecque, US Navy, Retired
  • Sgt. Michael A. Lane, US Marine Corps, Vietnam
  • Gregory E. Melnick, US Marine Corps, Vietnam
  • Frank J. Rapisardi, US Army, Specialist 6th Class, Vietnam

1964

  • Mario Andrade, US Navy (deceased)
  • Joseph H. Dinan Jr., US Army, SP4
  • Michael J. Foley, US Army, Vietnam (deceased)
  • Michael J. Gauthier, US Marine Corps, Vietnam
  • Donald T. Hatem, US Army, Vietnam, 2 tours
  • Col. Paul Vincent Kelly, US Marine Corps, Retired
  • Michael L. Sipsey, US Army, Chief Warrant Officer, Vietnam Conflict, Honors: Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Air Medal with Valor for Heroism, Air Medals 3-14 (deceased)
  • SSgt Glenn J. Spatola, US Air Force, Vietnam, 1968-1972, ENT technician at the 483rd USAF Hospital, Cam Ranh Bay, Vietnam

1963

  • Thomas M. Arsenault, US Air Force, A1C, Retired
  • William J. Carney, US Marine Corps, Vietnam, (deceased)
  • Joseph J. Elia Jr., SP4 US Army, Writer/Photographer, Vietnam (1968-1969)
  • William A. Faris, 1/Lt US Army, Fort Devens Lieutenant of the Year (1971), 18th Engineer Lieutenant of the Year
  • John F. Fitzgibbons, 1/Lt US Army (KIA)
  • Terence P. Flynn, US Marine Corps, Vietnam
  • Thomas J. Greska, LtCol, US Marine Corps, Infantry, Foreign Area Officer, Thailand, Retired
  • James A. LaBua, US Marine Corps
  • James P. Linehan, US Army Reserve, Vietnam, (deceased)
  • Michael J. Tangney, US Navy, Petty Officer Third Class, Journalist, Retired

1962

  • Richard J. Collins, US Army, Vietnam, (deceased)
  • Hérvé Houde, US Army, Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (1970-1971), Bronze Star, Retired
  • Col. James A. Marapoti, US Marine Corps, Retired, Vietnam, 69/70; Gulf War 90/91; Defense Superior Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal (3); Navy Commendation Medal w/"V" (Valor), Retired
  • Ronald D. Medlock, US Marine Corps, Vietnam
  • Frank L. Morris, US Army, SPEC 5, Vietnam (1970-1971), Bronze Star, (deceased)
  • Kenneth T. Naffah, US Navy (deceased)
  • William J. Tobin, US Coast Guard Reserve (deceased)
  • Richard A. Watkins, US Air Force, Vietnam (deceased)
  • Brigadier General Michael C. Wholley, US Marine Corps, Retired: F4 Fighter Pilot, Vietnam War

1961

  • Neil M. Casey, US Army, Vietnam, Retired
  • TSgt. Andrew C. Frederick, US Air Force (1963-1991, Ret.); South Korea, Spain, Germany, Greece, Turkey, and Libya
  • John C. Gill, US Navy, Submariners Corps, USS Diabko, USS Agler, USS Dogfish; (deceased)
  • Joseph P. Lambert, US Navy, (deceased)
  • Col. Paul M. Lavin, US Air Force (Ret.), Pilot, Vietnam: 3 tours; Gulf War: 1 tour (deceased)
  • Samuel A. Lombardo, US Air Force (deceased)
  • David P. Morisseau, US Navy, Hospital Corpsman, 1st Class, Two Purple Hearts.
  • Richard J. Perry, US Navy, E5, SeaBees, Vietnam, two tours
  • Walter M. Pomerleau, US Air Force, Airman 1st Class
  • Dr. Howard Smith, US Army, (deceased)
  • Robert D. Smith, US Army, SP4
  • Daniel J. Trainor, US Navy, Vietnam (active duty), US Navy Reserve, (deceased)
  • Robert L. Veilleux, US Air Force (1961-1966)
  • George B. Witkowski, US Navy, US Coast Guard, Vietnam War, (deceased)

In the Midst of Lawrence City,
Stands the School We Love.
Emblem Pure of Faith and Duty,
Blessed by God Above.
Central Catholic Alma Mater, First Verse

View of Gymnasium and School.

Graduates, 1960-1951


1960

  • James H. Bean, US Navy, (deceased)
  • Dr. Eugene H. Ginchereau, US Navy, Captain
  • Capt. Peter Hewett, US Navy, 28 Years of Service, Retired
  • John M. McGravey, US Air Force, Vietnam War, (deceased)
  • Paul A. Paris, US Air Force, (deceased)

1959

  • Dr. Charles R. Burke, Vietnam
  • Richard J. Danahy, US Marine Corps
  • Lt. Richard Gorham, US Navy, Vietnam, (Killed in Action)
  • Lt. Col. Ronald H. Lafond, US Air Force, 23 Years of Active Duty, Retired
  • Capt. Patrick Larry McCarthy, US Marine Corps, Vietnam, Artillery Officer
  • Richard J. McDonald, US Marine Corps
  • Capt. Thomas A. McGowan, US Marine Corps, Vietnam
  • Kevin M. Moriarty, US Navy, USS Canberra, (deceased)
  • Paul L. Nerney, US Army, Vietnam, (deceased)
  • William J. Scanlon, US Navy, USS Wasp
  • Bernard H. Smith Jr. , US Air Force, Captain (1963-1967)

1958

  • Paul Durocher, US Navy, (deceased)
  • William A. Flynn, US Coast Guard Reserves, (deceased)
  • Henry Gardner, US Navy (four years)
  • Major/Atty. Richard T. Kelley, US Army, Retired
  • Arthur E. Moriarty, US Army, Vietnam
  • Francis N. Perrault, US Navy, 22 Years, Retired
  • Charles Polizzotti, US Army, Vietnam
  • Edward Schroeder Jr., US Navy, AT-2, Retired; Four Years of Service, Utility Squadron 10 Guantanamo Bay, 1960-1962
  • Michael D. Silke, US Marine Corps, (deceased)
  • John L. Zajicek, US Navy, Vietnam, (deceased)

1957

  • Donald A. Auger, US Air Force, Airman 2nd Class, Retired
  • Maj. Charles D. Fox, US Marine Corps
  • Edward P. Flanagan Jr., US Air Force Reserve, (deceased)
  • Joseph Rodney Floriddia, US Navy, Medical Corpsman, (deceased)
  • Col. J. Kevin Lavin, US Air Force, Retired
  • Lt. Joseph T. Ponti, US Coast Guard Academy, Four years of service following graduation
  • Chanel L. Riopelle, US Army (1962-1968), Radio Teletype Operator, (deceased)
  • SSGT Raymond V. Thompson, US Army, Retired
  • Atty. Paul L. Twomey, Vietnam, Warrant Officer Pilot
  • MSgt. Ronald D. Veilleux, US Air Force (1957-1979), Retired
  • Kenneth B. White, US Army, Vietnam, (deceased)

1956

  • L/Cpl. Richard A. Beal, US Marine Corps
  • Lt. Col. Robert A. Courtemanche, US Marine Corps (Ret.)
  • Col. Edward T. Doyle, US Air Force, Career Military, served for 27 years, Retired (1989)
  • SFC Richard E. Manzi Sr., US Army
  • Major Robert J. Melanson, US Marine Corps, 21 years (deceased)
  • Norman G. Rainville Jr., US Navy, Petty Officer 2nd Class, AT2
  • Vincent F. Riviezzo, US Army, (deceased)

1955

  • Mark C. Blanchette, MA National Guard, (deceased)
  • James T. Burns, US Navy, Radar Electronics Technician, Minesweeper USS Inflict, 1955-1961, (deceased)
  • Vincent J. Dowd, US Air Force, (deceased)
  • Philip L. Fluet, US Air Force, (deceased)
  • Gerard T. Gagnon, US Air Force, (deceased)
  • James T. Gillett, US Air Force, 36 years, Senior Master Sergeant, (deceased)
  • Adrian G. Lambert, US Army (1962-1964), First Army Headquarters (Governors Island, NY), in charge of First Army Secret Documents. (deceased)
  • Vincent C. Parolisi, US Air Force, (deceased)
  • Richard J. Pelletier, US Air Force, (deceased)
  • Richard J. Theberge, US Naval Reserve, Korea (deceased)
  • Vincent J. Twomey, MA Air National Guard; Air Force Association; Commemorative Air Force; Colonel; Flight Crew of B29 Super Fortress; (deceased)

1954

  • Dr. John A. Beal, US Marine Corps
  • Capt. Robert J. Flynn, US Marine Corps
  • Rene A. Guilmet, US Navy
  • Roland H. Hamel, US Navy, (deceased)
  • Leon U. Lacroix, US Army Reserves, MA National Guard, Specialist-4, (deceased)
  • Thomas R. Robey, US Air Force, Korean Conflict, (deceased)
  • James J. Swarbrick, US Air Force, (deceased)

1953

  • Richard H. Boisvert, US Army (1954-1957)
  • Carmen A. Ciardello, US Navy, Rear Admiral, Dental Corps, 1961 -1993, Retired
  • Raymond J. D’Auteuil, US Army, Station in Colorado,; (deceased)
  • Capt. Lawrence J. Farelli, US Army, Killed in Action: smothered a grenade to save the men under his command.
  • Lt. Col. Frank Gioco, US Air Force, fighter pilot, two Distinguished Flying Crosses, nine air medals, (deceased)
  • Charles E. Long, US Army, Germany
  • Lt. Jg. William F. Lucey Jr., US Navy (1957-1959)
  • Raymond G. Matton, US Navy, (deceased)
  • William J. McCarthy, US Army, (deceased)
  • Philip A. Nardone Sr., US Army, Korean Conflict, (deceased)
  • James I. Nutter, US Army, 20 Years, Worked for NASA, (deceased)
  • John A. Palmieri, US Marine Corps (1953-1956), (deceased)
  • Joseph A. Pelletier, US Air Force, Airman First Class (deceased)
  • Philip R. Sirois, US Army, (deceased)

1952

  • Capt. Thomas J. Davies, US Air Force, (Germany, Korea, Japan, Hawaii, The Pentagon, Bosnia), Retired
  • Francis Deneu, US Navy, Yeoman 2nd Class; Korean Conflict, Naval Aviation Patrol Squadron 26 (VP26); (1955 to 1957)
  • C. Barry Duhamel, US Army, US National Guard, (deceased)
  • Henry C. Hebert, US Navy, Korean War, Petty Officer 3rd Class, (deceased)
  • Charles V. Fowler, US Army, (deceased)
  • William Johnson, US Army
  • Joseph P. Kilcoyne, US Army, (deceased)
  • Sgt. James Valentino, US Marine Corps, Korean Conflict (1952-1953), Retired

1951

  • Emile P. Beausejour, US Navy, Korean War (deceased)
  • David O. Bell, US Army, Good Conduct Medal (deceased)
  • Robert Richard Blanchette, US Army (deceased)
  • Donald A. Boisvert, US Air Force, Korean War (deceased)
  • Joseph J. Clark, US Air Force (deceased)
  • Enrico M. "Henry" Conte, US Army (deceased)
  • Richard Demers, US Air Force (deceased)
  • Joseph J. Doherty, US Army (deceased)
  • Raymond Guilmet, US Navy (deceased)
  • Leo A. Hamel, US Navy, Korean War (deceased)
  • Robert Lemay, US Air Force (1952-1956)
  • George H. Lord, US Navy, (deceased)
  • Frederick F. Mele, US Air Force, Korean War, 4 years active Duty, 34 years Air Force Reserve, (deceased)
  • John J. O’Donnell, US Air Force, Airman 1st Class
  • Robert W. Quintal, US Marine Corps (deceased)
  • Ronald S. Santagati, US Air Force
  • Joseph G. Smith, US Army, Korean War (deceased)

Graduates, 1950 and before


1950

  • Edward E. Belanger, US Air Force
  • G. Thomas Catalano, US Coast Guard Academy
  • John P. Ganley Sr., Corporal, US Army, Retired, (deceased)
  • Jack Gianni, US Navy, Retired
  • Richard P. Gingras, US Navy, Korea, (deceased)
  • John J. Heafy Jr., US Navy, Radarman First Class, (deceased)
  • Joseph G. Indoccio, US Navy, Korea, (deceased)
  • John N. Murphy, US Army (deceased)
  • Richard J. Niziak Sr., US Navy, Korea, (deceased), Retired
  • James H. Powell, US Navy, Korea, (deceased)
  • Carmen Reitano, US Navy, Retired
  • Dr. Joseph R. Rokous, US Army, Vietnam
  • Joseph E. Rosinski, US Marine Corps, Korean Conflic, (deceased)
  • CW4 Bernard C. St. Laurent, US Army, 1962-1983, Cambodia '63, Vietnam '64/66-67/70-71, Retired
  • Ralph J. Torrisi, US Air Force, Airman 1st Class; Korea; Gunner, Crew Chief, B36 Peacemaker, (1951-1955)
  • Alfred G. Zappala, US Army (deceased)

1949

  • Joseph R. Albert, US Army, Korean War, (deceased)
  • Major Roland G. Bourque, US Air Force, 20 Years, (deceased)
  • Capt. George D. Donovan, US Marine Corps
  • Joseph P. Dussault, US Army (1951-1954)
  • Lt. Cdr. William E. Flynn, M.D., US Navy, Retired
  • J. Alfred Gaudet, US Navy, 3rd Class Petty Officer
  • John P. Holland Sr., US Navy, Korean War
  • John F. Kaslow, US Army (Sp3)
  • Col. Richard J. Kattar, US Army, 30-year career: five Bronze Stars, nine Air Medals of Valor, two Legions of Merit, (deceased)
  • G.J. 'Ned' Leone, US Navy, Korean War, Medical Corps (deceased)
  • Edward J. "Skeets" Scanlon, US Navy, Korean War, Seabees, (deceased)
  • Louis J. Sirois, US Army, Corps of Engineers, Korean War

1948

  • John Blackwell, US Army, Korea, (deceased)
  • Roland "Jack" Blanchette, US Marine Corps (16 years), US Army Reserves (10 years), (deceased)
  • Lionel Pete Dumont, US Army, (deceased)
  • Joseph E. Ford, US Air Force, 1951-1955, Airman, First Class; National Defense Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal (deceased)
  • Thomas J. Garvey, US Army, MASH Unit, Korea (1953-1954)
  • Louis E. Gleason, US Marine Corps
  • Chanel M. Guilmette, US Army, 82nd Airborne, Korea, (deceased)
  • Malcolm J. Hart Jr., US Air Force, Korea
  • Lt. Col. William E. Hart, US Army
  • Joseph T. Hamilton, US Army, Korea
  • Harold J. Johnson, US Coast Guard
  • Fred D. Iannazzi, US Army, Korea, (deceased)
  • Eugene L. LaCroix, US Army, Korea, (deceased)
  • Roger L. Landry, US Navy, Korean Conflict, (deceased)
  • Wilfred E. Langlais, US Air Force, Korean Conflict, (deceased)
  • Rene J. Lanouette, US Navy, (deceased)
  • Vincent "Tippy" P. O'Connell, US Coast Guard , Korea, (deceased)
  • Albert J. Olmstead Jr., US Air Force, (deceased)
  • Charles A. Riley, US Navy, Korean Conflict, USS Kennedy, (deceased)
  • R. Paul Roy, US Navy
  • Col. John B. Tanzer, US Military Academy, US Army (Ret.)
  • John “Jack” Winters, US Navy
  • Thadeus J. Wnek, US Air Force, 6147th Tactical Control Group, Korea, recipient of the Korean War Medal with three battle stars, the United Nations Medal, the Good Conduct Medal, the Nations Defense Metal, two United States Presidential Citations and two Republic of Korea Unit Citations; (deceased)
  • Donald T. York, US Army, Korea, (deceased)

1947

  • Frances G. English, US Navy, (deceased)
  • Bernard J. Fallon, US Navy, WWII, (deceased)
  • Bernard F. Godbout Sr., US Air Force, WWII, (deceased)
  • William W. Gosselin, US Marine Corps, Korean Conflict, 1948-1952, (deceased)
  • John McNally, US Navy, Korean Conflict
  • Sgt. Robert O'Donnell, US Marine Corps, (deceased)
  • Joseph A. ‘Chanel’ Saindon, US Navy, Korean Conflict, (deceased)
  • Claude W. St. Laurent, US Marine Corps, Pacific 1947-1951, (deceased)
  • Joseph A. Sullivan Jr., US Army Medical Corps, Private E2 (1951-1953), Honors: Good Conduct Medal, Expert Badge & Rifle Bar, National Defense Service Medal (w/ ribbon), Korean Service Medal Set with 3 Bronze Stars, Army Commendation Medal w/ Ribbon for Military Merit, Korean War Service Medal w/ Ribbon (50th Anniversary), United Nations Service Medal w/ Ribbon, 50th Anniversary Medal w/ Ribbon
  • Robert H. Timony, US Army, Korean Conflict, (deceased)
  • Donald C. Traynor, US Navy, PH2 (1950-1954), (deceased)
  • Neil F. Twomey, US Coast Guard Academy
  • Ernest J. Verrette, US Army, Korean Conflict, (deceased)

1946

  • Vincent H. Bernard, US Army, (deceased)
  • John J. Buckley, US Navy, Quartermaster, Retired
  • John G. Chory, US Army, T/5, One year tour of duty in Japan
  • Arthur J. Hickey, US Army, Korean War, (deceased)
  • Armand J. Lamontagne, US Army, (deceased)
  • John M. Meteyer, US Air Force, Chief Master Sergeant (E9), German Occupation, Berlin Airlift, Korea & Vietnam (1947-1976)
  • William M. Moriarty Sr., US Navy, WWII, (deceased)
  • William J. "Bill" Sullivan Jr., US Marine Corps, World War II & the Korean War (1946-1951), (deceased)

1945

  • Robert J. Berube, US Navy, WWII (1945-1946), Fire Controlman, USS Fargo; (deceased)
  • Lt. Charles M. Conlon, US Navy, Retired
  • Joseph E. Duquette, US Navy, WWII, (deceased)
  • George Gosselin, US Navy, WWII, (deceased)
  • Charles E. Hopkins Jr., US Navy, (deceased)
  • Gerard J. Jutras, US Navy (1945-1946), Navigator, USS Princeton CV37
  • 1st Lt. Joseph Vincent "Joe" Mahoney, US Army (1951-1954), (deceased)
  • John J. Menzie, US Navy, WWII, (deceased)
  • F. Richard Morris, US Navy, 6th Fleet Mediterranean, (deceased)

1944

  • Charles W. Cavallaro, (deceased)
  • William F. Collins, US Navy, WWII, (deceased)
  • Capt. Herbert J. Dean, US Navy, 38 years of service, WWII, Vietnam (four tours of duty), US Naval Academy Graduate (1954), Professor of Naval Science at the University of Utah, Recipient of Bronze Star with Valor and two Meritorious Service Medals (deceased)
  • Capt. James A. Mulligan Jr., US Navy, (POW), Retired
  • Armand Nadeau, US Army, KIA 6/6/1944, Normandy (D Day), Headquarters, 1st Battalion, 501st Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division; Listed on the Tablets of the Missing, Normandy American Cemetery-Remains Non-Recoverable; Bronze Star Medal and Purple Heart
  • J. Alan St. Laurent, US Navy, Radioman, WWII, South Pacific, (deceased)
  • Peter P. Turkosz, US Navy, WWII, (deceased)
  • William J. Willett, US Navy, WWII, (deceased)

1943

  • George R. Miller Sr., US Marine Corps, First Marine Air Wing, South Pacific, (deceased)
  • Joseph A. Murphy, US Air Force, WWII, Pacific Theater, (deceased)
  • Raymond Sheehan, US Army, WWII, Normandy Invasion, (deceased)
  • Atty. Edward J. Spires, US Navy, (deceased)

1942

  • Eugene R. Beliveau, US Army, WWII, Bronze Star
  • Edward J. Roy, US Army, WWII
  • Walter J. "Skeets" Scanlon, US Navy, Air Corps, WWII (1943-1945), (deceased)

1941

  • Edwin J. Barrett, (deceased)
  • William J. Ganley Jr., (deceased)
  • Joseph F. Guerrera, US Navy, Seabees, Electrician's Mate First Class; Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal with One Bronze Star, The American Campaign Medal, and the Victory Medal; (deceased)
  • Leo J. Gingras, (deceased)
  • Joseph A. Leonard, (deceased)
  • William F. Lyons, US Army, 6th Photo Group, Philippines & New Guinea, (deceased)
  • Oliver St. Laurent, US Navy, Corpsman, WWII, 1st Marine Div., South Pacific, (deceased)
  • Edmund J. Savoie, US Army, WWII, Europe, US Army Field Artillery, (deceased)
  • Albert E. Therriault, (deceased)
  • John F. Troy, US Army, T/Cpl., WWII, 63rd Infantry Div., Europe, 1942-1946
  • Eugene F. Walsh, US National Guard, WWII, (deceased)

1940

  • Joseph C. Blanchette, World War II
  • Vincent A. Harvey, (deceased)
  • James A. Judge Jr., US Air Force, Career Officer
  • Ronald S. Lachance, (deceased)
  • Leo R. Macklin, US Navy, World War II, (deceased)
  • Joseph F. Sullivan, (deceased)
  • Dr. John W. Walsh, US Army, Good Conduct Medal, The WWII Victory Medal, The Asiatic/Pacific Theater Campaign Medal, The American Theater Ribbon, & the Distinguished Unit Badge with Oak Leaf Cluster, (deceased)

1939

  • Bertrand J. Berube, US Navy, WWII, three invasions, medic & pharmacist mate: the American Area Medal, the European-African Medal with four stars, the WWII Victory Medal, & the Good Conduct Medal; (deceased)
  • Francis X. Bodenrader, (deceased)
  • Carroll E. Bradish, (deceased)
  • Sgt. Raymond Couture, WWII, tank commander, 12th Armored Division, Purple Heart. Combat in France and Germany, (deceased)
  • Capt. Henry Donahue, US Army Air Corps, (deceased)
  • Thomas A. Ferris, US Army Air Corps, WWII, (deceased)
  • Edward A. Maurice, (deceased)
  • Andrew F. McMahon, US Army Air Corp, WWII (deceased)
  • Thomas F. Murray, (deceased)
  • Marguerite Raymond (Saint Mary High School), US Navy, (deceased)
  • Sgt. Phillip A. Winters, US Army, Naval Air Cadet before serving in US Army. Saw combat in Europe during WWII, (deceased)

1933 (Saint Mary High School)

  • Sgt. Rita (Holihan) Wholey, US Coast Guard, WWII, (deceased)

Friends & Family


  • Major Rebecca Corbin, US Air Force, Active Duty, wife of Chris Corbin '99
  • Major Stephen Flanagan, US Army, Green Beret, Active Duty, Tours in Iraq and Afghanistan; brother of Andrew Flanagan '90
  • Major Benjamin Hutchins, US Marine Corps, Harrier Pilot; Five Combat Tours; Stationed with VMA-231, Cherry Point, NC; Husband of Capt. Laura (Champagne) Hutchins '97
  • Peter Orlando, US Marine Corps, (deceased), son of Edward Orlando ’59