Continuing a tradition that celebrates Archbishop Stepinac High School’s strong appeal across generations, the renowned, all-boys Catholic high school recently held a Legacy reception for alumni fathers and their sons who were members of the Class of 2018. The ceremony occurred on the eve of Stepinac’s 68th Annual Commencement exercises at which 200 students received their diplomas, prepared to continue on the path to post-secondary success at college and in their careers.
Shown (l-r) with fathers sitting and holding personalized Stepinac family legacy certificates and sons standing behind them are: Kevin Dervin (Class of ’81) of White Plains and son, Brian; Tom Gizzo (Class of ’75) of West Harrison and son, Dante; Brian Kehoe (Class of ’96) of Yonkers and son, Brian; Keith Morlino (Class of ’85) of Portchester and son, Ryan; Anthony Patti (Class of ’82) of White Plains and son, Joseph and Vincent Petrino (Class of 94) and son, Vincent. At right is Rev. Thomas Collins (Class of ’79), Stepinac President.