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Photo: Creighton Receives Man of the Year Award From Alma Mater

Robert Creighton presented with award from La Salle Academy.


Smithtown Town Councilman Robert J. Creighton was recently honored as La Salle Academy's Man of the Year.

Creighton graduated from the Manhattan, all-boys, Catholic school in 1955 and was awarded the La Sallian Medal for his works of charity for the school and the community.

Anon May 11, 2012 at 03:19 AM
A terrific and well-deserved award for an honorable gentleman! Kings Park is so very lucky to be able to call Mr. Creighton our own well-respected and civic minded "townie" and his Gerry is the perfect match and the honorable "Grand Marshall" for all of us!!! Best wishes to them and theirs, Tricia Dwyer-Johnston
Jack Hesel May 11, 2012 at 11:51 AM
Congratulations from a fellow LaSallian, Class of 1954. Thanks to the Christian Brothers.
Paul Borowski May 11, 2012 at 12:23 PM
Congratulations Bob on your well deserved honor. I agree that we are fortunate to have you as one of our Town Councilman and we appreciate all you do for our community. Paul. Kathy and Amanda
John J. Gallagher May 11, 2012 at 03:01 PM
Bob....It's so interesting seeing our "6 degrees of separation" coming to bear.....boy, can I appreciate your formative training. ! !....I, too, a product of the Christian Brothers, have the "bruises" to show it.....both in my West Philadelphia Catholic High School for Boys ( '58) as well as Philadelphia's LaSALLE UNIVERSITY .... Do you have a study large enough in your home to display all your family awards ?.....This one looks like it weighs about 50 lbs......
janet ORourke May 11, 2012 at 09:06 PM
Congratulations Bob !!


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