Lincoln adds to its Hall of Achievement

Abraham Lincoln High School added four people into its Hall of Achievement.

Lincoln’s finest: Four people were recently inducted into Abraham Lincoln’s Hall of Achievement: (from left) Michael Harle, Dr. Maria Cirone Scott, Anthony Cirone and Adele Cirone Oliva. TOM WARING/ TIMES PHOTO

Abraham Lincoln High School recently inducted four people into its Hall of Achievement during a student assembly.

The inductees were Michael Harle, president and CEO of Gaudenzia Inc., which operates drug and alcohol treatment programs at 90 facilities for men and women in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware; Anthony Cirone, owner of a company that builds industrial erector sets; Dr. Maria Cirone Scott, founder, owner and managing partner of an ophthalmology practice in Annapolis, Maryland; and Adele Cirone Oliva, a successful healthcare venture capitalist.

Lisa Sauer, vice president of the alumni board, said the inductees “make me proud to be part of the same Railsplitter family.”

Lincoln inducted graduates into its Hall of Achievement from 1961 to 2003 before taking a 14-year hiatus, according to alumni board member and Northeast historian and researcher Frank Hollingsworth. ••