Headmaster Robert J. Fine, Jr. recognized as one of 13 Magnetic Men by Parc


Headmaster Fine with presenter Angela Harwell, Mrs. USA 2009.

Headmaster Robert J. Fine, Jr. was nominated as one of the 13 Magnetic Men by Parc at their 46th Annual Black Tie Legacy Ball held at the Vinoy Renaissance in St. Petersburg on October 3rd. Our cadets were the Honor Guard at the event to welcome all guests at the entrance.

Parc is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide opportunities for children and adults with developmental disabilities to exercise their independence and experience life to the fullest. Last year, CAPT McClelland, our former director of naval science, was honored as a Magnetic Man.


For the eighth year, Parc recognized men in the community who make an impact in our community. In front of over 430 guests, the Magnetic Men were honored. Honorees included; Trevor Burgess, Steve Eaves, Van Fagan, Robert Fine, Jr., James Flynn, Rich Herrera, Brian Lamb, Command Sergeant Major Gary Littrell, Constantine Mastry, David Neely, Ron Rhoads, Anthony Sullivan, and Terry Tomalin.

Advancement Director Alison Lescarbeau Co-Chaired the event with Celma Master, which raised over $150,000 towards Parc programs.


Alison and John Lescarbeau, parents of one Farragut alumna and a current cadet in 12th grade. Alison is Farragut’s Advancement Director and John serves as the Vice President on the Admiral’s Athletics Club.