Brother Raymond Hoyt, C.F.X. (’70) Honored at Xaverian Brothers High School Gala
On Saturday, March 18, 2017, Assistant Principal Brother Raymond Hoyt, C.F.X. '70 was presented with the prestigious Xaverian Medal, the highest honor the school can bestow, at the school’s 21st annual gala. It was announced that a scholarship had been created bearing his name, with an initial anonymous gift of $50,000. The school’s varsity stadium press box will also be named in Brother Ray’s honor.
“To say that receiving the Xaverian Medal is an honor is an incredible understatement,” said Brother Ray. “Since I was 13, my life has been shaped and molded by the Xaverian Brothers. Ever since I became a teacher, I always had the deep-seated desire to return to my alma mater. I always wanted to give back to Xaverian Brothers High School what it had given me.”
Beginning in 1981, Brother Raymond began nine years of service at Xavier High School in Middletown, CT. In a life devoted to service, Brother Raymond has also held positions as Principal of Holy Trinity School in Orangeburg, South Carolina and Principal of Xavier High School in Louisville, Kentucky.
Pictured: Brother Raymond Hoyt, CFX (right), receiving the Xaverian Medal
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