The OLMA Salerno Society
The Our Lady of Mercy Academy Salerno Society was created in 2012 and is named in honor of Sister Mary Dolores Salerno, D.M., Our Lady of Mercy Academy’s first principal. It was through her efforts that OLMA introduced sports as an integral part of the school’s curriculum.
The mission of The Salerno Society is twofold: First, to honor Sister Dolores for her incredible commitment to OLMA as principal. Secondly, to pay tribute to the many others who have contributed to the growth of our school as athletes, scholars, teachers, coaches, benefactors, and career professionals. To learn more about the award criteria and to make a nomination, click here.
2018 Hall of Fame Honorees
Recognized for the profound impact they’ve had on the young women of OLMA, this year’s slate of honorees includes:
Dawn Coia — OLMA educator and alumna parent who is beloved by all.
Honorable Georgia M. Curio, OLMA Class of 1974 — The first female superior court judge appointed for Cumberland County.
Mary Jane and Tony Stanzione, OLMA Class of 1972 — OLMA Food Service Director, alumnae parents, supporter, volunteers and friends.
OLMA Lacrosse 100 Club — Nicole Covella, OLMA Class of 2009; Lauren Hartman, OLMA Class of 2011; Caitlyn Covella, OLMA Class f 2013
Bifulco Farms & Family
Dr. Alexis Harvey
2009 Varsity Crew Team members, Senior Quad Boat — Isabella Lezzi, Mary Golden, Gina Marie Hartman, Abigail Kazan (Abbot)
Rosemary “Rockie” Angelo
The Christopher Romano Family
Mrs. Elizabeth “Betty” Dondero
The Henry and Martha Scalfo Family
OLMA’s 2009 N.J. State Champion Track & Field Team
Lieutenant General Flora D. Darpino, The Judge Advocate General, US Army
Newfield National Bank
Mrs. Michele McGrath
Mrs. Helen Trionfo
Ms. Jeanine Heil
Mr. Carmine Catalana
Ms. Dolores Lopergolo
Mr. John Bohanna