Alumnus Thomas Marsilio Inducted into Marian High School Hall of Fame
November 1, 2012
On October 21, alumnus Thomas Marsilio was inducted into the Marian High School Hall of Fame. During his time at Marian, Marsilio was a member of both the football and basketball teams for four years, and served as a tri-captain in both sports during his senior year. By the time he graduated in 1988, he had achieved a 27-game winning streak during his football career, and was named to both the All-District and All-Schuylkill County teams. After high school he received a full scholarship to Syracuse University, where he played in two Hall of Fame Bowls and graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1992. During his senior year at Syracuse, Marsilio was a Rhodes Scholar Nominee.
After completing his undergraduate degree at Syracuse, Marsilio came to Hahnemann University to obtain his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from the program and received the Benjamin Mankeima Award for Excellence in Orthopedic Physical Therapy.
Today, Marsilio is the president and CEO of Central PA Rehabilitation Services (CPRS) Physical Therapy, and resides in Wrightsville, PA with his wife Stacey.