The Honorable Francis X. Kelly, Jr. and Janet Kelly honored with First Ever President’s Medal from Calvert Hall
25 MARCH 2017
BALTIMORE, MD – On Saturday, March 25th, the Honorable Francis X. Kelly, Jr. and Janet Kelly, Co-Founders of Kelly & Associates Insurance Group were honored with the first ever inaugural President’s Medal at the Towson University SECU Arena for Calvert Hall College High School’s 2017 Gala, “Opportunity.”
The President’s Medal, instituted in 2016, acknowledges outstanding contributions to the Mission of Calvert Hall. The contributions not only include monetary donations but length of involvement with Calvert Hall, service and loyalty to the school, promotion and commitment to the school’s mission and representing Calvert Hall in the greater community.
“Frank and Janet have been passionate supporters of Calvert Hall for more than thirty years. They truly care about this institution and all of our young men. We are proud and honored to bestow the first President’s Medal upon Senator and Janet Kelly. They are a blessing to Calvert Hall and truly embody the spirit of our mission.” Brother John Kane FSC, Ed.D., of Calvert Hall College High School believes the selection of the Kelly’s as the first recipients of the President’s Medal was most appropriate.
Calvert Hall’s mission is to provide a diverse community of young men with a broad and balanced human and Christian education through excellent academic and extracurricular programs that promote leadership, achievement and service within the church and community.
The Kelly’s four sons – Frank ’82, John ’83, David ’85, Bryan ’87 – and grandsons – David ’10, Frank ’10, Patrick ’12, John ’13, Stephen ’13, Timmy ’15, Jacob ’18, Daniel ’20 – have attended Calvert Hall, creating a long line of family involvement and history at this institution.
Senator and Janet are beyond flattered to receive this medal. “Our family has experienced and benefited from the excellent education of this outstanding Christian Brothers School. We love Calvert Hall and are deeply honored and humbled with the thought of this award.”