Welcome to the La Salle Alumni Community!
The Alumni Community Web pages offer the simplest and most efficient outlets for you to keep up-to-date on La Salle’s alumni events throughout the year. You will find event information and calendars listing all upcoming alumni functions, including reunions, nationwide regional alumni receptions, alumni visiting days, and more. Everything you need to stay informed about what La Salle has planned for you is here.
The Alumni Community makes it easier than ever to keep in touch not only with your own classmates, but with La Salle alums from other graduating classes too. Here you can maintain open lines of communication by posting and updating your contact information; you can use your contacts to help your classmates and the school find “missing” alums; you can publish news of your latest accomplishments in the online version of “Class Notes” (one of the most popular features in our Alumni Magazine and Alumni News). You can even use this space to e-mail messages to your classmates. In short, the online Alumni Community will be the ultimate hub of information and interaction for La Salle alums.
Requests for transcripts must be addressed to the Guidance Office.
|Host A La Salle Alumni Event|If you would be interested in hosting or organizing a reception or event for your classmates, teammates, fellow club members, band members, thespians or any group of La Salle graduates, please contact Brother Ralph Bucci at firstname.lastname@example.org or (401) 351-7750 ex 159.
|LADY RAMS FIND OFFENSE IN WIN OVER E/WG|
The La Salle Girls Soccer team found their offense in a 3-0 win at Exeter/West Greenwich High School Tuesday. Coach Lindsay Longval's defense had been solid all year with Goalie Amber Fortune, a back line of Melanie DaSilva, Jodie Lavigne, and Alyssa Swift, and a middle of Mia Sardella and Ali Freitas, but they hadn't been able to generate much in the offensive end. Sardella, Haley Puglia, and Julia Janikies all found the back of the net Tuesday to lead the Lady Rams to the win.
|LADY RAMS HAND MOSES BROWN 6-1 DEFEAT IN TENNIS|
The La Salle Girls Tennis team defeated Moses Brown 6-1 Monday afternoon on the East Side. The Lady Rams handed the Quakers the defeat despite playing without #3 singles player Caroline Dunn. The way the RIIL's tennis ladder works makes the expression "next person up" even more important. Everyone after Dunn moved up one spot in the rotation, but it didn't seem to have any effect on Coach Tom Martin's squad.
|Reunion Weekend 2014|
Reunion weekend is set for the classes ending in 4 and 9.
Friday, Sept. 26
7:00 pm Football vs. Cranston West | Cimini Stadium
Saturday, Sept 27
5:00 pm Optional Campus Tours
6:00 pm Campus Reunion Receptions
Sunday, Sept. 28
10:00 am Reunion Mass | La Salle Academy Chapel
11:00 am Reunion Brunch | La Salle Academy Cafeteria
All classes should have recieved specific details about their class reunion. Question about your reuinion? Call Brother Ralph at 401.351.7750 ext. 159 or email at email@example.com
|Alumni Collaborative Presents Arsenic and Old Lace|
Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring
Friday, August 15 & Saturday, August 16, 7:30 pm
Brother Michael Mc Kenery Theatre at La Salle Academy
Tickets are $10 general admission, $8 students/seniors/alumni
available at the door, or online
, or by phone 351-7750 ext. 170
As always, there will be free refreshments after the show, so stick around for snacks and meet the cast!
2014 Annual Florida West Coast Trip
2014 Annual Florida East Coast Trip
Alumni Magazine and Newspaper
|Dan Rinaldi '51 Remembers Being With "A Great Group Of Guys"|
In describing his fondest memories of La Salle Academy while on a visit to the campus, Dan Rinaldi ’51 said, “Being with the great group of guys I was with — particularly my closest friends Richie Ryder and Bob DiIorio with whom I have lunch every month at Richards Pub or Mike’s Kitchen — that is what I remember and cherish the most.”
“In academics, I truly enjoyed reading American History,”said Dan who was drafted and served in the Korean War. “I also was fond of French as taught by Brother Thomas and Mr. Reilly whose Brother Joe was in my French class. I learned to speak French and it came in handy when I was
“My favorite teachers were Brother Thomas, Lou Cimini — a peach of a guy, Ed Roth, Brother Adrian and Bill (Zip) McKenna who would say to us, ‘take a zip for the day,’ meaning we got a zero,” said Dan who later graduated from Providence College with a degree in Economics. “I did well at PC — particularly my last two years when I got straight A’s. I graduated and went to work at Rhode Island Hospital Trust as a trainee to the head of the Rhode Island Division lending officer.”
|Mike Tripp Reflects On His La Salle Years|
When asked about his fondest memories of La Salle Academy, Mike Tripp ’64 says that there were two — “our team winning the state wrestling championship and being the overall season highest scorer in the state with an undefeated high school career — and, more importantly having the ‘much needed’ support of all the Brothers to maintain a B average in order to play sports!”
“I was a pretty good student in some subjects such as plain geometry where I had a 96 average thanks to the fact that the subject was really based on logic,” said the former U.S. Marine who served in Vietnam (more on that later). “On the other hand, I had to sit out the Thanksgiving football game because I didn’t read Beowolf in Mr. Paolino’s class but I worked hard and earned a 96 average the second quarter.”
“My favorite teachers were Brother William who taught religion and Brother Anthony Hart who taught economic history and who was way ahead of the curve in the way he taught,” continued Mike, a member of the La Salle AcademyHall of Fame and the owner of a thriving accounting firm. “I fondly remember Brother Michael who is now in Long Island and I correspond with Brother Tim Rapa.”
It is with sadness that La Salle notes the loss of alumni and friends. Our thoughts and prayers go to their families and loved ones.
Clifford J. Cawley, '46
Robert O'Brien, '48
Louis G. Maroun, '32
John J. Brennan, '83
Edmond J. St. Laurent, '50
Francis E. Whalen, '53
Frank P. Sinapi, '52
Angelo E. Manfredi, '54
Leon D. Puppi, '71
Robert V. Toppi, '54
George D. Brown, '36
Joseph H. Unsworth, '58
Walter E. Kerrigan, '66
Gerald F. Russell, '34
Joyce M. Quigley
Carmine R. Santaniello, '39
Leo F. DiMaio, '47
Eugene P. Maguire, '40
Gregory J. Sahagian, '79
Anthony J. Geremia, '63
John W. Meehan, '76
Thomas J. Grady, '56
John M. Andrews
Harold J. White, '61
John B. McNulty, '48
Frederick A. Tucci, '36
Stephen R. Famiglietti, '65
William E. Paul, '52
Robert F. Arrigan, '51
Donald E. Walsh, '51
Frederick E. Robinson, '61
Robert E. McHale, '51
Wilfred J. England, '57
Francis E. Lyons, '45
Peter F. Daniels, '56
If we have missed the passing of a loved one who is a La Salle alum, friend, or former faculty or staff member, please contact: Drew Lagace at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can notify the La Salle community of its loss.
Dates from 12/1/13 to Present