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Welcome to the Stanner Alumni Center

Over 23,000 strong, Molloy alumni live and work worldwide. The Stanner Alumni Center strives to keep our alumni connected, to foster lifelong friendships, and to create professional opportunities. We are also grateful for the generosity of our community, as countless students have benefited from your support. We are proud to serve the Stanner community.


Stanners & Friends Enjoy Virtual Molloy Oktoberfest

JBThe Stanner Alumni Center extends a special thank you to everyone who attended our first ever Virtual Molloy Oktoberfest on Thursday, October 22nd. Stanners and friends gathered on Zoom for a virtual beer tasting led by Certified Cicerone® Joy Reichenbach (pictured right) of Other Half Brewing Company. Joy is Manager of Operations and Communications at Other Half and the founder of @joylovesbeer. Joy has held numerous roles in the beer industry and has a passion for traditional beer styles and beer education. Joy’s knowledge and expertise were on full display as she led a guided tasting of the following original Other Half beers: Double Dry-Hopped (DDH) All Cashmere Everything Imperial IPA (8.5%); Pumpkin Space Latte Crunchee (7.2%); DDH Small Citra Everything IPA (6.5%); DDH Nelson Daydream Oat Cream IPA (6.5%). Thank you, Joy! After postponing many recent events, we were so happy to connect with our community once again. 

In Memoriam: Passing of John P. Sherry '61

JS20Archbishop Molloy High School is deeply saddened to share the passing of Mr. John P. Sherry '61 on September 9, 2020. Mr. Sherry served as Molloy's first lay president from 2004 to 2010. In that time he befriended and worked with countless Stanners while making a positive impact on many lives. In recent years, Mr. Sherry endured a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Please join us in prayer for the repose of the soul of Mr. John P. Sherry, and please keep the Sherry family in your prayers.

The Sherry family welcomes you to attend a Funeral Mass livestream on Saturday, September 26, 2020 (Link below). A musical interlude will begin at 9:50am with the Funeral Mass beginning at 10:00am. Please find more details below.

For those who wish to, in lieu of flowers, please join Archbishop Molloy High School in making a donation to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.

For those unable to attend, please click the following link for a livestream of the Funeral Mass:

*At 9:50 am the musical prelude to the Funeral Mass begins; at 10 am the Funeral Mass begins.


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Fund For Molloy Will Help Students Affected By COVID-19

TYOver the past 10 years, and throughout our history, Molloy has been equal to meeting many challenges thanks to the generosity of our community. Your support has continually strengthened our mission to provide a quality Catholic Marist education to amazing young men and women. Literally thousands of Molloy students and families have benefited from your support.

While the full impact of COVID-19 is still unknown, we do know it has created significant hardships. Molloy is fully committed to helping meet our students’ needs during this challenging time.

To date, over $535,000 has been dedicated in support of:

  • Needs Assistance Grants
  • Continued acquisition of and updates to remote learning technologies

Every dollar you give today and moving forward to The Fund For Molloy will directly impact Molloy’s ability to help students and their families affected by COVID-19. Please consider joining this critical effort by clicking the button below. Should you have any questions, please reach out to Alumni Development Director Craig Katinas ’93 at any time. On behalf of everyone at Archbishop Molloy High School, THANK YOU for your generosity.

Of course, we invite you to reach out to the team at the Stanner Alumni Center any time with your questions, ideas, and Molloy memories. Once again, THANK YOU for your support, love, and leadership. God Bless All Stanners.


Read Historic Spring 2020 Issue of The Stanner

StanCovThe staff at The Stanner newspaper invites you to download their first-ever digital-only issue (no physical copies will be printed due to distance learning). In this issue you will read news reports on the pandemic, personal reflections from our student-journalists, school news, tips for self-care, and more. The Stanner also pays tribute to two beloved educators whom we lost in April: Mr. Mike Harrison and Br. Robert Andrews. The Stanner staff thanks the Molloy community for your support and hopes you will enjoy reading this historic issue. Click the button below or the thumbnail to the right to download The Stanner, or visit for our staff list and select archives.

Alumni Spotlight: Tristan Bhiro '16

TBIn early March, Molloy welcomed Tristan Bhiro ’16 as a guest speaker in several Computer Science classes. Tristan is a senior at Pace University where he is majoring in Information Technology with a minor in Computer Science. His studies have focused entirely on Cybersecurity. “I’ve always enjoyed building things and solving problems. Computer Science is essentially studying the ways in which you can efficiently solve complex problems with code, and Cybersecurity is a field where this critical thinking is applied to building solutions that protect an organization’s data/our personal data,” explained Tristan....Read More

Remembering PFC Louis Willett '63

PFC Willett 2020Each year, the Class of 1963 remembers their classmate, the late PFC Louis Willett ’63, with a floral arrangement that is placed near his sketch in the Stanner Hall of Fame. PFC Willett was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor “for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty.” He was mortally wounded on February 15, 1967 in Kontum Province, Vietnam, while protecting his platoonmates from heavy enemy fire, saving their lives in the process. PFC Willett is the only Stanner to be awarded the Medal of Honor.

Due to the temporary closure of Molloy’s campus, the Class of 1963 was unable to send their floral arrangement as planned. Capt. Larry Seible ’63, representing his class, instead sent his well wishes and expressed that PFC Willett has not been forgotten. However, Mr. Jeff Gallagher ’88, was able to continue the tradition in a different way. Each year, Mr. Gallagher reads PFC Willett’s Medal of Honor citation with his history class prior to Memorial Day. This year, Mr. Gallagher volunteered to briefly visit Molloy and place a smaller arrangement of flowers near PFC Willett’s sketch. Thank you, Mr. Gallagher, for helping to continue this tradition.

We invite you to click the button below to read PFC Willett’s full Medal of Honor citation. Together, let us remain ever mindful of PFC Willett’s legacy and sacrifice. We also remember all who have served, Stanners and friends, who selflessly gave their lives in protection of our country.


Molloy Peer Groups Featured on CBS News


On April 30th, Guidance Counselor Ms. Kerry Henning and her Peer Group students were featured in a report on CBS2 Evening News. Ms. Henning spoke with reporter Hazel Sanchez about students’ mental health and the role that Molloy’s Peer Groups play during distance learning. “Hazel was very impressed with our program. The seniors were thrilled to be interviewed for TV and to proudly represent Molloy and our Peer Group program,” said Ms. Henning. “They spoke about how important having the support of Peer Groups has been during this difficult time. They discussed the benefits of having a safe and confidential outlet that allows them to discuss their lives and their feelings, and to know that they have the support of their peers and counselors.” Click the button below or the thumbnail above to watch the report.


Stanners & Friends Enjoy Virtual Yoga w/ Jennifer Kelleher '04


On Sunday, April 19th, alumna Jennifer Kelleher ’04 led Molloy’s first ever Virtual Yoga & Meditation on Zoom! Jen welcomed over 35 participants into her virtual yoga studio for approximately 80 minutes. Alumni, faculty, family members, and friends were among those who joined in from the comfort of their own homes.

“It was such a pleasure to lead this special edition virtual gentle yoga and meditation event! I had so much fun connecting with the Molloy community and loved how the turnout included such a broad range of classes,” said Jen. “Yoga and meditation have been completely life-changing for me, leading me to huge self-discoveries, transformations, and personal growth. I am honored to be doing this work and bringing these tools and teachings that have helped me so much to my beloved communities.”

Jessica McEntee ’05 enjoyed the experience. “Jen has a calming presence, and she naturally exudes that during her yoga and meditation sessions. It was wonderful to have a diverse group of alumni and friends join her class. I think Jen’s inclusive and inviting way of teaching made everyone feel comfortable and certainly a little more centered and relaxed.”

Jen can be booked for both individual and group sessions. She invites you to follow her Facebook or Instagram!



Alumni Reunite On "Zoom"

1964ZFred (Ric) Lorenz ’64 recently organized several Zoom virtual reunions with his classmates. Pictured above is their second virtual reunion. Left to right top to bottom are: Mike Daly ‘64, John DiGirolamo ‘64, Greg Spano ’64, Fred, Peter Farrell ‘64, Bill Nash ’64, Barry Mastellone ‘64, Rich Brew ‘64, and Ken Evers ’64. Fred, a professor at the University of Washington, uses Zoom frequently to conduct his classes and was happy to initiate the reunions. Zoom also proved to be the perfect venue for Barry to perform his song “Non scholae sed vitae” too! The Class of 1964 is planning more reunions on Zoom. Please contact if you would like to join in! 
1987ZThe Class of 1987 has participated in numerous Zoom virtual reunions throughout March and April. “While quarantined, many members of the Class of 1987 have taken the opportunity to reconnect via social media. Stanners who haven’t seen or talked to each other in decades have had a chance to reminisce, catch-up and share some laughs while reflecting on our days at the corner of Main and Manton,” said Marty Manuud '87. Patrick Kelly ’87 took things a step further by conceiving of a weekly Zoom conference call for the Class of 1987 every Saturday night. Ray DiStephan ’87 plays host for the calls. “Our calls have gone as long as three to four hours. We’ve had as many as 25-30 classmates join,” said Marty. Patrick also extends an open invitation to his classmates to join the new “Stanner Class of ‘87” group that was recently created on Facebook. Here’s a list of regular participants: Kevin Bopp, Chris Collumb, Kevin Coyle, Ray DiStephan, Paolo Dizon, John Feeney, Neil Fenton, Mike Fichera, Andre Forte, Patrick Kelly, Jim LaVerda, Marty Manuud, Pat Manzi, Kevin McBride, John McGuinness, Matt McLaughlin, Dave McNamara, Michael Moravec, Kevin O’Gorman, John Olson, Brian Rohan, Nolasco “Nick” Stevens, Kurt Steege, Sal Ursida, and Joe Winheim.
1977ZSeveral members of the Class of 1977 recently enjoyed a Zoom reunion. Pictured: Rob Pasqual ’77, John Doyle ’77, Art Frasca ’77, Anthony Tantillo ‘77, Frank Dorsa ’77, Joseph Arrigo ’77, and Bob Kennelly ’77. Not pictured but on the call: Peter Hillenbrand ’77.


Remembering Br. Leo & Revisiting The "Smile Museum"

SMILEFor 55 years, SMILE has been one of Molloy’s most influential guidance programs. Founded by Br. Leo Richard, FMS, sometime around 1965, SMILE, also known as Something More in Life’s Experience, welcomes students into a safe environment where they can talk with, listen to, and counsel each other with confidence and without judgment. Students in the SMILE program are part of a family – a family that shares a strong bond and spans generations.

May 13, 2020 will mark 25 years since the passing of Br. Leo. Alumni will remember him as “the man with the booming voice,” or the Marist Brother who seemingly randomly picked them out in the hallway one day and changed their life, or the biggest (and loudest) Red Sox fan in New York City. All will remember him as a dedicated counselor and caring friend.

To celebrate the life and legacy of Br. Leo, we thought it would be a good time to look back on the SMILE 50th Anniversary celebration held on March 21, 2015. On that Saturday, hundreds of SMILE alumni, including many former counselors, attended the event to reconnect, reminisce, and celebrate this amazing program. After the event, a “SMILE Museum” was created on Molloy’s website, which features archival articles, photos, videos, and cartoons that help paint a picture of what SMILE means to so many people. We invite you to click the button below to visit the SMILE Museum and look back on the history of this unique program.




Molloy Donates Lab Goggles To NewYork-Presbyterian

OGogglesn March 31st, Molloy’s administration, faculty, and alumni teamed up to help local healthcare providers. Allie Riccardi ’08, who works at NewYork–Presbyterian Weill Cornell, contacted her former science teacher, Mr. Verdi, to express her team’s critical need for face shields to treat COVID-19 patients. Mr. Verdi put in a call to Principal Dr. Darius Penikas to suggest donating Molloy’s supply of lab goggles. After consulting with our registered nurse, Ms. Maria Gallagher, the donation was quickly approved! Next, Mr. Jim Sheldon ’88 and Br. Roy George ’62 collected all the goggles from Molloy’s labs (pictured left). Mr. Sheldon later dropped the goggles off at the home of Allie’s fiancé, Charlie Gotard ’08 (pictured center), while Allie was enjoying a well-deserved rest. Charlie once played for Coach Sheldon back when Molloy had a hockey team in the 2000s. Thank you Mr. Verdi, Mr. Sheldon, Br. Roy, Ms. Gallagher, Dr. Penikas, Allie and Charlie for making this donation possible! (Pictured left: Jim Sheldon '88 and Br. Roy '62; right top, Charlie Gotard '08; right bottom, staff at NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell with Molloy goggles)

ST12Gourmet Meals & Fine Wines With Stephanie Toma '12

For Stephanie Toma ’12, the world of food and beverage has virtually been her lifelong passion. “When I moved in with my grandmother around age eight, she started teaching me to cook. From age ten I began hosting ‘dinner parties’ for family, and I decided I wanted to be a chef,” said Stephanie. A few years later, during her time at Molloy, Stephanie’s love of cooking and baking for friends continued. She would contribute homemade dishes to International Day and help feed the Stanner Players at meetings. “They were willing subjects for some of my not so successful recipe attempts,” joked Stephanie....Click Here to Read Full Story

Women at Work Panel (3/11/20)


On March 11th, before the start of distance learning, Molloy’s GERLL Club (Girls Empowerment for Real Life Leadership) hosted a very special Women at Work panel event after school. The panel featured alumnae and friends of Molloy representing fields including healthcare, law, development/non-profit, education, visual arts/design, and communications. The discussion focused on the experiences of each panelist within their industry, while each shared unique insights and professional advice....Click Here for Full Story

Janelle Boyd '09 Visits Molloy (2/13/20)


In February, Molloy welcomed former softball star turned global women’s advocate Janelle Boyd ’09 as a guest speaker. Janelle offered a riveting and enthusiastic presentation about how she started out as a talented teen lacking confidence and ultimately became a leader on the field of play and on the world stage. Janelle Boyd is a Cornell University grad and a Youth Ambassador for Voices of African Mothers, a non-profit organization recognized and supported by the United Nations. Janelle has addressed the UN body several times on the progression of women and girls globally....Click Here for Full Story

Karla Hernandez '12 Shares Peace Corps Story

KHMolloy’s G.E.R.L.L. Club (Girls Empowerment for Real Life Leadership) recently welcomed Karla Hernandez ’12 as a guest speaker to share her amazing story. Over two years ago, Karla decided to join the Peace Corps. Before she departed for her assignment, Karla went through 11 weeks of training which included cross-cultural immersion, language classes, and informational classes about working with youth and people with HIV. After training, Karla was sent to Lesotho, a small, landlocked country within the border of South Africa. There she worked as a teacher for an organization called Good Shephard Center for Teenage Mothers (run by the Good Shephard Sisters). Karla worked with a group of teenage mothers daily and taught life skills, computer skills, financial literacy, physical education (she accompanied her students on daily runs), nutrition, professional development, and more. “In Lesotho, teenage mothers only have one school in the country where they are allowed to go, and that’s where I worked,” explained Karla....Click Here for Full Story


Now Open: "City/Game: Basketball in New York"


Pictured above L-R: Entry of City/Game: Basketball in New York Exhibit at the Museum of the city of New York; Tweet posted by Kenny Anderson ’89 while viewing his game-worn Molloy jersey at the exhibit.


The Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) has opened City/Game: Basketball in New York. The exhibit “intertwines New York’s vibrant history of street and playground basketball with the narratives of the players, coaches, and moments that have made the city’s high school, college, and professional game the stuff of legend.” Molloy is represented with items including vintage photos of the late Jack Curran, a ball signed by Lou Carnesecca ’43 and one of his championship teams, and a game-worn high school jersey sported by Kenny Anderson ‘89. The exhibit will run through January 3, 2021. The MCNY is located at 1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street in Manhattan and is open daily from 10am-6pm. Click the following links for more info or watch the trailer below: Press Release | Museum Website | Exhibit Website



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