Resurrection College Prep Wall of Honor inductions held
On April 21, members of the Resurrection College Prep High School community were inducted into the Resurrection Wall of Honor. Resurrection alumnae were also honored as recipients of the Blessed Celine Award and were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.
The honors and awards were presented as part of the Resurrection All-School Reunion Weekend April 21-22. In addition to the inductions, the weekend also included the Run for Res 5K Fun Run/Walk on Saturday morning, an All-School Reunion Mass on Saturday afternoon, and an All-School Reunion dinner Saturday evening. The weekend concluded with an interactive sing-along Wizard of Oz Family Movie Day on Sunday for families and community members.
The Blessed Celine Award recognizes Resurrection alumnae who exemplify the life values of Blessed Celine, the foundress of the Sisters of the Resurrection. The recipients are accomplished in their fields of endeavor and work toward the advancement of women in society and act as positive Christian role models for young women. The award recipients for 2012 were Annette Kukla Goode, ’64, former Resurrection teacher, counselor and guidance department chair; Dr. Carrie Hall Jaworski, ’88, sports-medicine physician, volunteer and Resurrection Board member; and Sandy Jarosz Kozlowski, ’97, accomplished musician and resilient patient of CIPD, an auto-immune disease.
The Athletic Hall of Fame Award recognizes individuals from the Resurrection athletic community who have participated in sports or contributed to the Resurrection College Prep Athletic Program. Athletes inducted into the Hall of Fame have demonstrated outstanding athletic accomplishments, leadership or contributions to the Resurrection Athletic Program.
The 2012 inductees were Carol Moran Gresens, ’67, basketball and volleyball student-athlete; Diane Bryniarski, ’75, basketball and softball student-athlete, and former Resurrection teacher and coach; Lisa Gilfoy, ’86, softball, volleyball and basketball student-athlete, and former Resurrection coach; Angie Jablonski, ’88, track-and-field and cross-country student-athlete; and Sheryl Kurowski, ’90, gymnastics student-athlete.