Neil J. Houston, Jr. ’63: Criminal justice reformer and philanthropist. Credited with the design of the first court-based mediation programs, day reporting centers, and services to incarcerated pregnant women in the United States.
Bernard A. Jackvony ’62: Lieutenant Governor of Rhode Island, Cochairman of the Anchor of Hope Fund for the Diocese of Providence.
Robert L. Jeffrey ’71: Chairman and CEO of JWT Worldwide, one of the oldest and best known advertising agencies in the world.
Most Rev. Bernard M. Kelly, DD ’36: Auxiliary Bishop of Providence.
Michael Kelly ’60: Successful businessman and Providence City Councilman. Founder of Kelly’s Car Wash.
Richard F. Kirby ’42: All-State basketball player at La Salle. Prominent attorney.
Louis A. “Lou” Lamoriello ’59: Director of Athletics at Providence College, CEO of the New Jersey Nets of the NBA, and President and General Manager of the New Jersey Devils of the NHL. Inducted in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.
Armand P. Leco ’44: Executive Vice President of Coordinated Health Partners, Inc. Founding member of St. Gregory the Great Church, Warwick, RI.
Stephen P. Lepre ’67
Rev. Joseph L. Lennon, OP ’36: Faculty member of Providence College.
: Founder and CEO of Lepre Physical Therapy.
Rev. Kenneth R. Letoile, OP ’65: Pastor of St. Pius V Church.
Most Rev. Paul S. Loverde, DD ’58: Bishop of the Diocese of Arlington, Virginia.
Thomas V. Lowery, AFSC ’37: Devoted teacher in the Lasallian tradition for 45 years and first lay administrator at La Salle Academy. Coeditor of A Book of Modern American Poetry.
Most Rev. Thomas F. Maloney, DD ’23: Auxiliary Bishop of Providence.
Raymond T. Mancini ’55: Successful businessman and noted philanthropist.
Anthony P. Marandola ’55: Successful local businessman.
Most Rev. Salvatore R. Matano, DD ’64: Bishop of Burlington, Vermont.
Robert F. Mazzeo ’55
: Successful businessman. President of Calgreg Electronics and Cooliance.
Edward J. McElroy ’58: Teacher, union leader and president of the American Federation of Teachers.
Rev. John A. McGinn, MM ’23: Maryknoll missionary. Jailed in China for his beliefs in, and proselytizing of, the Catholic faith. Brother of Vincent McGinn ’27.