Each year, as OLMA athletes lace up their cleats, sneakers and tennis shoes and take to the fields and courts, the Salerno Society proudly announces the newest members of the OLMA Hall of Fame.
The Salerno Society was founded in 2012 as part of OLMA's 50th Anniversary celebration. It's mission is to support OLMA Athletics and honor those coaches, teachers, athletes, and contributors who played a role in supporting the program and our school. The organization was named in honor of Sr. Mary Dolores Salerno, D.M., OLMA's first principal and champion of bringing athletics to our school.
This year's members of the OLMA Hall of Fame include:
Lacrosse 100 Club Members
-- These alumnae,
Lauren Hartman '11, Nicole Covella '09 and Caitlyn Covella '13, were the first scholar athletes to score 100 goals for OLMA Lacrosse, laying the groundwork for the sport's future success.
-- Dawn Coia has served as an
OLMA educator for the last 25 years. She is also a friend, volunteer and alumna parent who is beloved by all who know her.
Tony and Mary Jane Stanzione
-- Mary Jane graduated from OLMA in 1972 and currently runs the school's food service operation. She and Tony are alumnae parents and long-time supporter and volunteers.
Honorable Georgia M. Curio, OLMA Class of 1974
-- Judge Curio was the first female Certified Civil Trial Attorney from Cumberland County and was later appointed to the Superior Court. During her career, she served in private practice and as a trial lawyer and judge.