As part of the Homecoming and Reunion festivities on Saturday, October 2, Morristown Beard School will induct Robert “Bob” Doran ’74 and Colin Larmond, Jr. ’08 into the MBS Athletic Hall of Fame.
At MBS, Bob Doran ’74 earned a total of 12 varsity letters playing on the football, basketball, baseball, and track teams. He served as captain for six varsity teams. During his sophomore year in 1972, he was the all-state quarterback for the MBS state championship team. After graduating from MBS, Bob attended Rider College (now Rider University) and went on to start his professional career in the family business, Doran Ford. Shortly thereafter, he entered the publishing field as an independent advertising and marketing contractor where he spent more than 30 years representing more than 20 well-known business-to-business and consumer publications. Bob was also the founder and publisher of the Lifestyle Transitions media group. After publishing, he spent several years as a Global Franchise Consultant before joining Keller Williams Realty, where he still works today.
Colin Larmond, Jr. ’08 earned 11 varsity letters (football, basketball, and track) at MBS and led the football team to its first state championship game in School history in 2007. As a wide receiver, he earned Associated Press All-State First Team honors and was named Morris County Player of the Year as well as Player of the Year by The Star-Ledger and The Daily Record. He was selected the football team’s MVP in 2005 and 2007 and also scored more than 1,000 points for the Crimson basketball team throughout his career. In track, he set School records in the 200-meters and the 100-meters. After high school, he played football for Boston College and led the Eagles in receiving yards as a junior. After a few short stints with the Jets and Giants, Colin decided to hang up his cleats due to an ACL injury. He has worked in sales for several Fortune 500 companies and is currently a uniform sales representative for Cintas, where he has worked for the past four years.
Do you know an outstanding coach, athlete or team that should be considered for induction in the MBS Athletic Hall of Fame? Nominate them today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please type "MBS Athletic Hall of Fame" in the subject line. Candidates may not be considered until 5 years after their graduation year.