The Saint John/Saints John & Paul Hall of Fame has been established to recognize the achievements of graduates who have contributed to society, to honor the history of the school and to inspire and encourage today’s Heralds to reach their own personal goals. Since its inception in 1953, Saint John High School and, now, Saints John & Paul Catholic School has had many exceptional graduates
and many friends of the school who have embraced its mission. We are proud to continue the tradition of honoring our outstanding Herald alumni and friends who have made our mission a lived reality.
Saint John and Saints John & Paul High School has many fine graduates.
The importance of service to others that was part of their high school days has been a characteristic of their adult lives as well. They have embraced the mission of being a light to others, sharing God’s grace and truth with others. We are proud to continue to recognize these Heralds and their accomplishments.
We have also been blessed to have had many people who have shared in our mission and contributed to our school by sharing their gifts and talents with us. The Saints John & Paul community has been fortunate to have people recognize the benefit of Catholic education and insure its existence in Ashtabula. The support of teachers, coaches, parents, and community leaders have imbued Saints John & Paul with a proud tradition that leads us to believe in our future promise.
The 2016 Herald Hall of Fame inductees were honored and celebrated at a dinner and ceremony held at the school on April 23. This year's inductees are pictured below, left to right: Alumni, Gerry Giangola '77, Jim Carney '92, Beth Washut D'Arcy '83, and Friends, the late Roberta Thornton (accepted by Tom Thornton), Todd Nagy and the late Ron Raymond (accepted by Russ Raymond, Paula Raymond and Larry Laurello '77).