WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Five prominent Stepinac High School alumni have been inducted into the White Plains school’s Hall of Fame, and one long-time supporter and board member received the Cardinal Timothy Dolan Service Award.
Richard Nagle of Croton-on-Hudson is president of the Alumni Association and Founder of the Stepinac Alumni Theater. As an actor, he has made appearances in regional theatre productions, as well as major motion pictures and television productions. He has also had an extensive career as a firefighter.
Maggie Kolman-Mandle, also of Croton-on-Hudson, received the Cardinal Timothy Dolan Service Award for her involvement with a wide range of programs at Stepinac.
Michael Molinelli of Briarcliff Manor is principal Architect at Molinelli Architects. He has been president of the Stepinac Alumni Association and Stepinac Alumni Theatre and has served on the Stepinac Foundation Board.
Bruce Molinelli of Greenwich is chief of staff of Minimally Invasive, Robotic and Bariatric Surgery at Greenwich Hospital. He has volunteered on medical missions around the world.
Eugene Molinelli is a patent attorney and Partner at Evans & Molinelli law firm in Virginia where he resides.
Martin Conlon of New York City has had a long career in the National Basketball Association after starring for Stepinac and Providence College. He played for eight NBA teams.
“It was a pleasure to honor these distinguished individuals, who have had such a positive impact on Stepinac,” said Father Thomas Collins, Stepinac president, in a statement.