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Father Robert E. Hughes, president of Paul VI High School, Haddon Township, stands with new members inducted into its Alumni Hall of Fame and individuals who accepted the award in their honor. The ceremony was held Oct. 15 at Tavistock Country Club.
Paul VI High School, Haddon Township, inducted seven new members into its Alumni Hall of Fame during a celebration Thursday, Oct. 15, at Tavistock Country Club in Haddonfield.
Following are the new Hall of Fame members and the school’s descriptions:
Capt. Steve Burley ’72 (posthumously) — Burley was an all around three sport athlete of renowned tenacity and determination through his high school and college years. He was a graduate from St. Gregory’s, Paul VI High School, The Marine Military Academy and the United States Naval Academy. Captain Burley is survived by his wife and son, Steve Burley, Jr.
Honorable Nan Famular ’73 — Upon graduation from law school Famular was employed as an associate in the firm of Sherman, Silverstein and Kohl in Cherry Hill. She became a partner in 1985 and continued her career as a general trial attorney until 2002 when she became a partner in the firm of Adinolfi and Spevak in Haddonfield. In 2005, she was appointed to a Superior Court judgeship. She currently serves as a New Jersey State Superior Court Judge in the Family Division, Camden vicinage. She and her husband have five children, two of which are juniors at Paul VI High School.
Michael Glavin ’74 — has been teaching at Haddonfield Memorial High School in Haddonfield since 1990. Glavin also has been coaching at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia since 1989. Glavin is the head Men’s Coach for each of the Cross Country, Indoor Track & Field, and Outdoor Track & Field seasons. He and his wife have two children and reside in Pennsylvania.
Timothy Lenahan ’76 (posthumously) — was the former boys’ basketball coach at St. Rose of Lima. Lenahan was 47 when he died in February 2005. He is survived by his wife, Lisa, their sons, Taylor, 19, who graduated from Paul VI in 2009, Connor, 17, who currently attends Paul VI High School and their daughter, Morgan, 12.
Michael Androlewicz ’82 — was named the vice-president of Education Management Corporation, in Voorhees. Androlewicz followed in his father’s footsteps; Al Androlewicz was one of the founders of Education Management which aims to help at-risk youth in a positive way. He is a parishioner of St. Rose of Lima.
Martina Attanasi ’84 (posthumously) — entered Paul VI High School in 1990. She was a standout leader on the basketball court scoring her 1,000 career point during her senior year and earning herself an athletic scholarship for college. She was a homeroom representative, and was nominated for homecoming queen.
Marie Gallagher, Honorary Member — Gallagher was the school nurse at Paul VI High School from 1982 until retiring in June of 1999. She graduated from Misericordia School of Nursing and Villanova University. She married Joseph Gallagher in 1955. They had five children, all of which were Paul VI graduates and two are presently on the faculty. She has 11 grandchildren, one Paul VI graduate, three presently attending and one entering in September 2010. Since retiring, she now volunteers at First Way and helps many babies and their families who are in need.