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Verona Student Inducted into Honor Society at St. Peter's Prep

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Sr. Frances Duncan, O.S.F. and Mr. Michael Settembrino, '01, with officers Jeremiah Campoverde , Michael Dillane , William Fitzpatrick and Shamar Waterman. Credits: St. Peter's Prep
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JERSEY CITY, NJ - Forty-nine seniors were inducted as members of the McNally-Sinnott Chapter of the National Honor Society at Saint Peter's Preparatory School in Jersey City during a ceremony on October 20 recognizing their excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character.

Highlights of the induction ceremony included reflections on the four areas of excellence that have defined NHS members since the society’s creation in 1921, given by the chapter's officers for this year. Incoming president William Fitzpatrick spoke on scholarship; vice president Michael Dillane of Verona on leadership; secretary Jeremiah Campoverde of Hoboken on service, and treasurer Shamar Waterman of North Brunswick on character.  The following local residents were inducted:

Berkeley Heights:  Peter Garrigan

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Chatham:  Luke Bedell and Brendan Popovich

Cranford:  Robert Puhak and James Swetman

Madison:  Scott Andreas

Millburn:  Brian Muller

Montclair:  Isaiah Garlin

Scotch Plains:  David Clancy

Short Hills:  Enric Adillon, Alexandre Dillon, Matthew Moriarty, Trevor Schumacher, Devin Siracuse, Terence Small, and Benjamin Warco

Summit:  William Delaney

Verona:  Michael Dillane

West Orange:  Michael Murphy

Westfield:  Robert Brancatella, William Fitzpatrick, and John Lovito

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