Memphis Catholic High School will honor its 2012 Hall of Fame inductees at a banquet at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at the school on North McLean.
The inductees are:
Monsignor John Batson, who taught at Catholic High for eight years and played a major role in the establishment of Memphis Catholic High in 1970. He also served as executive director of St. Peter Home and Catholic Charities. He died in 2006.
Norma Figiel, who taught chemistry and other science classes at Sacred Heart High School and Memphis Catholic High and was later a guidance counselor at the school.
John Whitfield “Whit” Canale and Dominic Justin Canale, two brothers who were academic and athletic stars at the school. Both brothers played pro football in the 1960s. They died last year.
Rev. James Murray, who taught English at Catholic High from 1957 to 1968.
Monsignor Victor Ciaramitaro, former Dean of the Jackson Deanery, former pastor of St. Ann parish in Barlett and St. Michael parish in Memphis.
Dr. Hays Brantley, a physician with Methodist Hospital.
Bill Anderson, Shelby County Criminal Court judge.
Fred Bargiacchi, a high school football referee, member of the Memphis Amateur Sports Hall of Fame in 2008 and former president of the Mid-South Football Association.
Rev. Mike Werkhoven, pastor of Sacred Heart Church in Humboldt, spiritual director for the Diocesan SEARCH Program since October 2001.