Saint Raphael’s Hall of Fame to induct new members this spring


PAWTUCKET — Saint Raphael Academy will induct new members into its Hall of Fame this spring, honoring those who have had a long association and outstanding record of service and loyalty to the Academy. It is just the third class in the Hall of Fame, which will be at the Alpine Country Club in Cranston on April 6, 2024.
The inductees for 2024 are Kevin Donahue ’71, Fr. Anthony Iwuc ’45 (posthumous), Keith Lacy ’85, Paul Masse ’77, Peter Miniati III ’80, Terry Murphy ’61, Tracy Rabar ’87 and Terry Tracey ’72.
Nominees were chosen based on their demonstrated lifelong commitment to the Lasallian ideals of faith, service and community. Each nominee has embodied these beliefs in all aspects of his/her life and lived his/her faith as a Catholic in a significant manner. They also must have graduated at least 20 years prior to their nomination and exhibit unique social service and citizenship in the extended community in which they live.
The Hall of Fame’s 19 members are permanently recognized with a display in Alumni Hall, where it serves as inspiration to all students at Saint Raphael Academy—past, present and future—and is a historical record of those Saints who came before us and the positive impact they have had on others.
Tickets are available online at Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are also available. For more information, contact the Alumni/Development Office at 401-723-8100, Ext. 155 or 120.