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Former headmaster leaves 40 percent of estate to ECCHS

September 24, 2013

Fr. Philip M. Oriole is shown presenting a check in the mount of $120,000 to Mary Agnes Marshall, Interim President of the Elk County Catholic School System, on Tuesday morning. Pictured, from left, are Bob Breindel, ECCHS Director of Finance; Mary Agnes Marshall, Interim President of the ECCSS; Fr. Philip M. Oriole, executor of the estate of Monsignor John B. Hagerty; and Mary Meyer, Director of Advancement for the ECCSS. Photo by Becky Polaski

On Tuesday morning Fr. Philip M. Oriole, executor of the estate of Monsignor John B. Hagerty, was on hand at Elk County Catholic High School to present a check in the amount of $120,000 to be used for tuition assistance and scholarships. While the check represents the bulk of the amount ECC will be receiving from the estate of Hagerty, a former headmaster at the school, Oriole noted that he will be returning later in the year once the estate is completely wrapped up to present an additional check.

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