Archbishop John Carroll Hall of Fame
2018 Hall of Fame
Carroll celebrates 10 new members of the Hall of Fame
Archbishop John Carroll High School celebrated eight individuals and two teams on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018 as the newest members of the Carroll Hall of Fame.
The honorees were Rev. Msgr. Bernard J. Trinity, Joseph McNichol, Rosemary Keefer, Lorraine Beers, Margaret Lawlor Hutchinson, Esq. ’71, Richard Costa ’72, Eustace Mita ’73, The late Brian Zwaan ’76, 1968 Field Hockey Team, and 1971 Football Team. READ MORE
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The Keefer Family
The Kucia Family
James F. McGuckin Jr., M.D. ’79
The Clancy Family
The Clark Family
The Conroy Family
The Costa Family
The D’Orazio Family
The Early Family
The Heim Family
The Kennedy Family
The Kirsch Family
The McKinney Family
The Santoleri and Avioli Families
The Webster Family
The Yelovich Family
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2018 Hall of Fame Committee
Marybeth Santoleri Avioli ’70
Joseph DeBarberie ’73
Joseph deSimone ’74
Karen Schmidt deSimone ‘76
Marita Coffey Finley ’86
Francis Fox ’77
Michael Kennedy ’73
Francis Lynam ’73
Mary Beth Kulp McMahon ’83
Joseph Rogers ’73
Barry Kirsch – 2017 Archbishop John Carroll Hall of Fame Inductee
On Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, the Carroll community honored and celebrated Barry Kirsch for his 50 years of service to the Carroll community as teacher, coach and Pro-Life moderator by inducting him into the Carroll Hall of Fame.
You will find very few, if any, people in life who have changed less over the course of 50 years than Mr. Kirsch. He is still the same man of high moral integrity who continues to strive to instill in all his students the lifelong necessity of personal faith, scholastic achievement and social involvement. He has led by example as moderator of the Pro-Life club for the past 30 years.
He coached both the boys and girls basketball teams for 13 years each. He was the baseball coach for 6 years. When he wasn’t coaching he has been busy announcing baseball, football and basketball games over the years. Mr. Kirsch has always modeled a life of discipline, generosity, and purpose. As a teacher, coach, or a spiritual role model all of us who are part of the Carroll community have benefited from having spent time with this very special teacher.