HAMMOND | Bishop Noll Institute celebrated its 12th annual Hall of Honor Induction ceremony on March 3. The Hall of Honor recognizes alumni and friends who have demonstrated outstanding service and leadership.
This year’s inductees included Frank Schilling ’62 for Outstanding Alumnus, Shirley Scanlon for Outstanding Service and Deacon James Haugh ’53 for Outstanding Alumnus, posthumously.
Schilling graduated from Bishop Noll in 1962 and had a successful career in the lumber industry. Guided by the Holy Spirit, Schilling and his wife Shirley began an eight year journey developing the Shrine of Christ’s Passion in St. John Indiana. Schilling’s son, Greg, presented the award of Outstanding Alumnus to his father.
Scanlon was recognized for Outstanding Service through her work in the Bishop Noll Foundation and Development offices. Scanlon dedicated thirty years to Bishop Noll keeping alumni connected to the school. Scanlon’s daughter, Nora, and son, Kevin, presented the award for Outstanding Service to their mother.
Haugh, ‘53 was recognized for Outstanding Alumnus, posthumously. Haugh was ordained a deacon in 2000, and served the parishes of St. Stanislaus, Holy Trinity and St. John Cantius in East Chicago. He was also involved in many local civic groups and foundations throughout the city of East Chicago. He ministered to many over the past twelve years. Haugh passed away on Dec. 9, 2012. His award was presented to his wife, Marjorie, by their son, Shawn ’77.
The entire Bishop Noll community congratulates Frank Schilling, Shirley Scanlon, and the family of Deacon James Haugh for this honor.