Archbishop Molloy High School

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Archbishop Molloy High School
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8353 Manton St
Jamaica, NY 11435
(718) 441-2100
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Archbishop Molloy High School is saddened to share the passing of Brother Charles Marcellin, FMS, a member of the Marist Brothers of the Schools for 63 years and former treasurer of Molloy as recently as 2012. He was 81 years old. Br. Charles’ wake will be held on Wednesday, February 22nd at Fox Funeral home in Forest Hills from 2:30pm – 5:00pm. His funeral will be on Wednesday, February 22nd at Our Lady of Mercy Church in Forest Hills at 7:30pm. His burial will be on Thursday, February 23rd at the Marist Brothers Cemetery in Esopus, NY. - See more at: http://www.champagnat.org/430.php?a=6&id=1418#sthash.oaKoyEUp.dpuf Brother Charles was born in Bronx, NY, before entering the Marist Juniorate in Esopus, NY in 1952. He became a postulant with the Marist Brothers in 1953 and entered the Marist Brothers Novitiate at Tyngsboro, MA in 1954. He professed first vows in 1955 after completing his religious and academic studies at Marist College, Poughkeepsie, New York. He professed his final vows in 1960. He earned a masters degrees in History from St. John’s University in 1964. He began his teaching career at St. Helena High School from 1958-1960 and served for many years as a teacher and administrator at the following schools: St. Mary’s HS in Manhasset from 1960-62 (teacher), Christ the King HS in NY from 1962 – 66 (teacher), St. Helena High School 1966-69 (Assistant Principal), Msgr. Scanlon High School 1969-75 (Principal),Marist High School in Bayonne, NJ from 1975-77 (Ass’t Principal) and 1977 – 82 (Principal), and Archbishop Molloy HS from 1982-2012 as school Treasurer. Brother Charles was the son of Charles and Mary Elizabeth (Murphy) Kamarad. He is survived by his niece, grand nephews, many friends as well as by his Marist Brothers of the Province of the United States.
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In this week's Beehive, meet Billy Rabold '13 and his dad Bob, who won last year's Stanner Golf Classic raffle and a trip to Super Bowl 51! Also, we recap Alumni Night and an Alumnae Basketball Reunion earlier this month, and highlight alumna Melissa Gangi '07, who has worked in various roles on popular shows like "Person of Interest", "The Good Wife", and "The Blacklist". You can also find details about our Stanner Hall of Fame Induction on March 25th (Mr. Santos, Br. Aquinas, and more to be honored)...Have a great weekend! #MolloyHS #Nonscholaesedvitae

Archbishop Molloy High School added 61 new photos to the album: Alumni Night / Molloy Vs. SFP (2/3/17) — at Archbishop Molloy High School.
Our Alumni Night on February 3rd was a huge success, as over 120 alumni, including members of our Badges community, reunited on Manton Street to share a meal and cheer on Molloy. Mr. McCleary's Varsity team put on a great show that night en route to a convincing 92-41 victory. In addition, Br. James Vagan was honored before the game for 30 years calling Molloy basketball games. Thank you to everyone who came out to support #MolloyHS! #Nonscholaesedvitae

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50 years ago today, on February 15, 1967, PFC Louis Willett, Molloy Class of 1963, displayed heroism and bravery beyond measure while in battle in South Vietnam. On that day, PFC Willett was mortally wounded while protecting the other members of Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 12th Infantry Regiment from heavy, camouflaged enemy fire. PFC Willett, in a selfless act of courage, positioned himself to draw the majority of enemy fire in his direction. His platoon was gradually able to retreat because of his actions. Though PFC Willett did not survive, his legacy is that of a true hero. PFC Willett was posthumously awarded with the Medal of Honor in 1968, which is the highest honor bestowed upon members of the United States Military in any branch. He remains the only Stanner to hold this distinction. Today, we remember PFC Willett and the surviving members of his platoon who continue to look to him for inspiration. Special thanks to retired US Navy Capt. Larry Seible ’63 and Molloy’s Class of 1963 for donating the memorial wreath pictured below and for always helping to keep the Stanner community mindful of PFC Willett’s legacy of sacrifice. #MolloyHS #Nonscholaesedvitae

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Archbishop Molloy High School is saddened to share the passing of two former faculty members this week: Mr. Richard Salmon on February 8th and Br. Francis Thomas, F.M.S. on February 9th. We encourage alumni to share their memories of Mr. Salmon and Br. Francis with us via email at alumni@molloyhs.org. Mr. Salmon, who in retirement had been living in San Diego, was a member of Molloy’s Social Studies department from 1962-1995. Always wearing his signature cardigan, and ever the storyteller, he was a well-respected and dedicated teacher who inspired students and colleagues alike. Upon learning of his passing, faculty members described him as “a great friend,” “a perfect gentleman,” “a caring Christian,” “a true intellectual,” and even “a saint.” Please keep Mr. Salmon and his family in your prayers. Br. Francis Thomas, F.M.S., who taught for over 55 years in NY Marist Schools, died on February 9th at DeLaSalle Home in Lincroft, NJ. He was 86 years old. Br. Francis taught at St. Helena’s High School from 1951–1960, Archbishop Molloy High School from 1960–1963 and again from 1990–2006, Christ the King High School from 1963–1970 and St. Mary’s Manhasset from 1970–1990. Born in the Bronx, Br. Francis entered the Marist Brothers in 1948 and made final vows in 1956. He is best known at Molloy for his many years as a religion teacher, but he also served in various capacities at Camp Marist in Ossipee, NH for over 55 years. Wake and funeral mass arrangements for Br. Francis have been shared below. Please keep Br. Francis and the Marist Brothers in your prayers. Wake for Br. Francis Thomas: Tuesday, February 14th | 2:30pm – 5:00pm Fox Funeral Home 90-07 Ascan Ave Forest Hills, NY 11375 Funeral for Br. Francis Thomas: Tuesday, February 14th | 7:00pm Our Lady of Mercy Church 70-01 Kessel Street Forest Hills, NY 11375 Burial for Br. Francis Thomas: Wednesday, February 15th | 11:00am Marist Brothers Cemetery 1455 Broadway Esopus, NY 12429 #MolloyHS