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Eight CBHS alumni inducted into Hall of Fame

Eight CBHS alumni inducted into Hall of Fame

The Christian Brothers High School Hall of Fame has elected 8 new members, who were inducted in ceremonies on the CBHS campus January 25. Candidates are chosen by the Hall of Fame membership on the basis of their personal accomplishments, civic and public contributions, and support of or involvement with activities of interest to the school. The school opened in 1871. CBHS graduates must have graduated a minimum of 20 years prior to selection. The CBHS Hall of Fame was established in 1968. Since then, 524 men, living and deceased, have been inducted into the group (426 of whom are CBHS grads) by their peers.

The 2015 inductees are:
- Charles D. Schaffler (CBHS ’59) is retired professional engineer, founder and president of Gorham/Schaffler, Inc.
- Charles N. Larkin, M.D. (CBHS ’64) is a retired pediatrician, serving with Pediatrics East since 1980.
- John M. Griesbeck (CBHS ’71) is CPA and managing partner of the Memphis-based firm, Reynolds, Bone & Griesbeck.
- Michael E. Robilio (CBHS ’76) is co-owner of Lucchesi’s Ravioli and Pasta Company.
- John Mitchell Graves (CBHS ’79) is president and CEO of HealthChoice, LLC, a physician hospital organization joint venture between Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare and MetroCare Physicians.
- Michael E. Kelly (CBHS ’84) is athletic director at Christian Brothers High School, where he has taught and coached for the past 25 years.
- Steven G. Fracchia (CBHS ’86) is chief financial officer of Southeastern Asset Management, Inc., advisors to the Longleaf Partners Mutual Funds.
- William Blair Canale (CBHS ’92) is senior sales representative in medical sales with CorMatrix, Inc., a stem cell bio-scaffolding company.

The inductees are: (from left) Michael E. Robilio ’76, John M. Griesbeck ’71, Michael E. Kelly ’84, Charles N. Larkin, M.D. ’64, Steven G. Fracchia ’86, John Mitchell Graves ’79, Charles D. Schaffler ’59, and William Blair Canale ’92. Congratulations!