The Madonna High School Hall of Fame exists to recognize outstanding Alumni and school supporters for their significant achievements and contributions to Madonna High School. These individuals and organizations provide a source of pride and distinction to the Madonna High School Family. These role models also present an inspiration and incentive for current and future students.
The Class of 2020 will be officially inducted on September 18, 2021 at Williams Golf and Country Club. Information regarding tickets for the ceremony will be available soon.
Madonna Hall of Fame Class of 2020:
John Avoli ’70 – Public Service
Chuck Boniti ’67 – Athletic Excellence
Cris ’76 and Lisa Enrietti Conti ’75 – Lifetime Acheivement
Juliana DeLuca Daugherty ’88 – Athletic Excellence
Ed and Charlie Klee – School Service
Bob Kramer – Coaching Excellence
Sarah Setcavage ’02 – Athletic Excellence
Kristen Finley Sobota ’00 – Academic Excellence
Selection of Nominees
The Hall of Fame awardees are selected by a committee. The committee is made up of individual members, including parents, alumni, and friends of Madonna High School.
Procedure for Nominations
- Nominations may be made by alumni, current or former faculty and staff/administrators and friends of Madonna High School
- In order for the nomination to considered, the nominee must meet the criteria for the award and the completed nomination form must be submitted to the Advancement Office.
The Madonna High School Hall of Fame is a bi-annual event introducing and honoring the inductees in the Fall. The next event will be in 2022.
The Madonna High School Hall of Fame will be displayed on the Madonna High School website and each class will have a plaque displayed in the lobby.
Members of the Madonna Hall of Fame:
2018 – Timothy Castelli, Norman D. Ferrari, Jr. (Posthumously), Norman D. Ferrari, III, Edward Fusiek, John Harcharic, Peter Horoszko, Maureen Lafferty, Richard Mahoney, Richard Martijevich, Paul Paolisso, Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace.
2016: Joyce Kaczynski-McCarthy, Harold Miller, Jr., Dr. Edward Neely, Ron Sekersky, George Vargo, Robert Valenti, Bill Zanieski
2014: John Backel, Robert Canei, Melvin Coleman, Donald and Betty Gianni, John Greco, Jayne Andochick Kline, Babe Lesho, and Diocese of Wheeling Charleston.
2012: Bill Barrett, Joanna Bernabei-McNamee, John Capito, Romie Castelli, Don Donell, James White Construction, Joe Krivak, Dan McCune, Msgr. Daniel Patrick Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Starvaggi, Gene Trosch, Walter Wieloh