WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. --Archbishop Stepinac High School will hold a Hall of Fame Reception and Induction ceremony at 6:30 p.m., Thursday May 5 at the school, 950 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains.
The six inductees will join Stepinac’s Honor Roll begun in 1994 that recognizes distinguished alumni, faculty, groups or families for their significant contributions to the success of the school.
They inductees are:
Art Ciocca (Class of ’55), distinguished alumnus and long-time benefactor and Chairman Emeritus of The Wine Group, the world’s third largest wine product by group.
Michael Frey (Class of ’84), the Eastchester Police Officer who was killed in the line of duty 20 years ago. His family will be on hand for Stepinac’s moving tribute to Frey’s young life. Frey is the eighth Stepinac alumnus to be inducted posthumously into the Hall of Fame.
Kevin Keane (Class of ’74), distinguished alumnus and long-time benefactor of his alma mater, Chairman of Stepinac’s Board of Trustees and Managing Partner of PFK O’Connor Davies, ranked by “Inside Pubic Accounting” as one of the nation’s top accounting and advisory firms.
Michael O’Donnell, Stepinac Athletic Director and Head Varsity Football Coach for more than 35 years and winning coach of two consecutive CHSFL Titles and the 2015 NY State Catholic Football Championship
Deborah and Edward Robinson (Class of ’58), distinguished alumnus and benefactors as Trustees of the Edward & Deborah Robinson Scholarship. Edward is retired President and COO of Avon Products, Inc., the well-known, worldwide manufacturer of beauty and related products. .