Lansdale Catholic High School will induct three people and one team to its Hall of Fame during a ceremony on May 10.
The members of the Class of 2014 Lansdale Catholic High School Hall of Fame are:
- PFC Armand Aufiere, US Army, Class of 1964. He was killed in action in Vietnam January 27, 1967.
- The 2004 PIAA Class AA State Championship Football Team, the only football team in Lansdale Catholic’s history to become state champs.
- Ellen Wiberley, a faculty member since 1971. Wiberley was the former head coach of field hockey, world language department chair and robotics program mentor.
- Nicole DeSilvis, Class of 1989. DeSilvis is a member of the US & Foreign Commercial Service and is currently serving in Bogota, Columbia. As of July 2014, she has been appointed as Commercial Counselor to serve as the head of the Commercial Section in the US Embassy in Guatemala for a four-year tour.
The Hall of Fame honors those individuals whose actions or achievements bring honor and distinction to the heritage of Lansdale Catholic High School, the school said in an announcement.
The banquet will be held from 6 to 10 p.m. at Marjeane’s Caterers. Tickets are $60 per person with a reception to begin at 6 PM and dinner to begin at 7 p.m. Click here to purchase tickets.