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team his senior season as well. He was a two-way, two- year varsity starter for the football team, and was part of two state championship teams, earning All-League, All- Suburban, All-County and All-State honors. He was a four-year starter for the wrestling team, compiling over 90 wins, and was named All-County, while helping lead BC to two state championships. He later served as a team captain on the Fordham University football team.


Steve Warwick ’60 Steve attended Villanova University, where he gradu- ated with a degree in civil engineering. After college, he entered the Navy Civil Engineer Corps and served with the Navy Construction Battalions (Seabees) in Antarctica and two tours in Vietnam. After his Navy ex- perience, he joined Kennecott Copper Corporation in New York for five years and then joined M&M Mars,


Inc. During his working career he managed to earn an MBA, and since he re- tired in 1998, he continues to serve on various boards and on the Investment Committee of Mars, Inc. that manages the U.S. retirement trust fund for the company. Steve and his wife Kathy, have supported Bergen Catholic contin- uously for decades, providing top-tier, lifetime leader- ship investments to fuel BC’s future.


Angie DeToro (“Mrs. D”), Francesca Tambone Puzio and Marge Quinn strike a pose at the 2016 Hall of Fame.


BC Hall of Famers who came to support the induction of the 2016 Inductees


Class of ’91 rallies to support Robin James’ induction. L–R: P.J. McGrory, Robin James, Joe Mindak, Glen McGorty, J.R. Meloro, Orlando Fontanez and Ken Sullivan


BC Alumni Association Board in Attendance at the 2016 Hall of Fame L–R: Back: Brian Langan ’83, Ken Sullivan ’91, Jim Jacobsen ’66, Bill Westdyk ’78, John Amoratis ’77, Mike Panos ’72, Joe Charles ’02, Front: Mike Haviland ’78 and Marge Quinn


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