Thursday, April 26, 2012

Carmazzi Resigns At Jesuit, Joins CB

Dan Carmazzi, the dean of high school football coaches who has been the head man at Jesuit for 31 years, resigned Wednesday and will become the athletic director of Christian Brothers, the school he graduated from in 1971.

In a prepared release, Carmazi said : “I would like to thank Lorcan Barnes and Mary Hesser for extending to me the opportunity to return to Christian Brothers. I will always have tremendous respect for, and be grateful to, the Jesuit High School community for educating my sons and giving me the opportunity to teach and coach these past 35 years.  But, a part of me has always wanted to return to Christian Brothers.  Christian Brothers provided me with an excellent education and athletic experience under the guidance of  such outstanding teacher coaches as  Dick Sperbeck, Ron Limeberger, Jack Witry, Dave Hoskins, Mel Fontes, John Zupan and Ralph Villanueva. This is a good time for me personally to make this transition and affords me the opportunity to give back to the school.”

He'll finish out this school year at Jesuit.

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