OMC Parish School Spring Soiree & Hall of Fame e
Congratulations to our 2019 Hall of Fame inductees: The Ferraro Family, Mrs. Judith Clark and Mr. Alex Sislo.
The Ferraro Family
Mrs. Judith Clark Biography
I was born in Chestnut Hill Hospital. Both of my parents went to Germantown high school. I grew up with 3 siblings, in East Oreland and attended Upper Dublin High School. I guess you could say I am a Philly girl.
My husband Gerry and I have been married for 47 years. We were actually high school sweethearts. We meet because I was in the color guard and he was in the marching band. We got married when Gerry was in his last two years of law school. Ger was an attorney for the City so we needed to live within the city limits. I graduated Cum Laude from Chestnut Hill College with a BS in elementary education. We have three daughters, Cory, 41, Tracy, 34 and Kelly, 33. We also have 5 grandchildren.
All three of our daughters attended Our Mother of Consolation, Tracy graduated in 1999 and Kelly graduated in 2000.
When we moved to Chestnut Hill I immediately became involved in the community. I worked at the polls on election days. I also helped with the American Red Cross Blood Drive. I became very involved with the Water Tower Recreation Center and served on the Advisory Council.
I returned to work when Kelly was 3. I helped set up The Water Tower Pre-K program and worked as a teacher of the 3 year olds and an aide with the 4 year olds. I also worked in the pre-k Montessori Program at Norwood Fontbonne Academy. My job before I came to OMC, was at the Prebyterian Church of Chestnut Hill Pre-K Program . I taught the “older three year olds” in addition, I was the school librarian and music teacher. I was the sixth grade teacher while I was at OMC.
Since, I have retired, I continued to volunteer at OMC, reading in pre-k and occasionally , kindergarten and first grades. We love spending time with our 5 children, in Princeton and in Cape May, New Jersey.
Mr. Alex Sislo Biography
Alex Sislo, a 2013 graduate of OMC, is currently a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania. While Alex was at OMC, he served as a coach for Pee Wee Soccer and Basketball, as well as an assistant coach for the track team for all four years he was at LaSalle College High School. Alex was also able to secure the LaSalle field for these practices. The Alexander Sislo award was established in 2017 at OMC in his honor for excellence in competition and support of fellow teammates. This award is given to students who exemplify these characteristics.
While at OMC, Alex served as an alter server and sacristant and received the St. Vincent dePaul Society award for his civic volunteerism including the St. Vincent dePaul clothing drives and Pies for Thanksgiving.
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