Michael T. Mullen 

“Interboro Class of 1997” 

Dr. Michael Mullen presented himself from his early years at the Tinicum School as an outstanding student who was bright, likeable, and hard working. He graduated first in his class from Interboro and went to the University of Pennsylvania where he majored in Neuroscience graduating summa cum laude, was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society as well as winning the Elliot Stellar award for outstanding honors thesis within his major. Dr. Mullen continued at the University of Pennsylvania for medical school, graduating with honors and earning the Merck Manual Award – presented to the outstanding graduating medical student – and the Arthur K. Asbury Award for clinical excellence after completing a residency in neurology. He earned a fellowship in vascular neurology and then joined the faculty at Penn. During his first few years as a clinical instructor, he completed a Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology. A focus for Dr. Mullen became his treatment and education of stroke victims as he continued his pursuit of the best information the field had to offer. His research led to writing and publishing more than ninety times primarily peer reviewed articles, textbook chapters, and editorials adding to the understanding of stroke prevention and treatment. Along with his teaching and publishing he developed a telemedicine stroke program and co-chaired the Stroke group within Penn Medicine’s Neuroscience Line. Recently, Dr. Mullen has assumed a new position as Director of the Stroke Program at Temple University Hospital and associate professor of neurology. Dr. Mullen continues to serve others in a most meritorious fashion and is clearly one of the most accomplished Interboro graduates in just twenty-five years after graduation. 



Lewis (Lew) Garrison 

“Interboro Class of 1970”


Lew began his athletic career for the Prospect Park Termites playing quarterback for Hall of Famer, Frank Witmer. Lew’s athletic career came into focus in Junior High School where he concentrated on basketball. His high school career coincided with the best three-year run in Interboro history, culminating with an upset of powerhouse Chester and a never repeated Section II basketball title in 1970 that included a trip to the district playoffs at the iconic Palestra. Lew continued his education at the Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades and continued playing basketball. He set a record of fifty-five points in one game and totaled 1,006 points for his career. He graduated with a Power Plant Associates Degree and matriculated to Millersville University who recruited him to play basketball. Unfortunately, a torn ACL ended his basketball career although he took advantage of the opportunity and graduated in 1977 with a Bachelor’s in Education and Industrial Arts. These experiences created a clear career path which brought him back to his alma mater as a teacher and outstanding basketball coach. His teaching career began in the area originally known as industrial arts and culminated in computer assisted drafting at the conclusion of his career. He was able to stay abreast of an ever-changing field and provide his students with quality instruction and care. His coaching career included stints as both a head coach and assistant at the high school and collegiate level. Two stints as Interboro’s head basketball coach covered a 14-year span and culminated in an Interboro best 166 victories along with multiple league titles. Lew’s coaching was characterized by leadership and guidance to his players who genuinely understood and appreciated his commitment to them and their success as people and players. Lew Garrison is an example of someone who gave back all he could to the kids from the community where he was raised. 



Steve Selfridge 

“Interboro Class of 1996”


Raised in a musical family, Dr. Steve Selfridge began his musical journey with an introduction to the clarinet in fifth grade.  In ninth grade at Interboro High School, Steve was encouraged to play tenor sax in the jazz band by band director Mr. Dave Burkhart.  It was this first experience with playing jazz under the tutelage of Mr. Burkhart, as well as playing in the IHS Marching Band under the direction of Mr. Mark Peltz, that sparked Steve’s love of music, inspiring him in turn to pursue a life in music teaching.  After high school Steve’s formal training included a Bachelor’s in Music Education and Jazz Performance from Temple University in 2001, Master’s in Jazz Performance from Rowan University in 2008, and a PhD from Temple in 2018.  He teaches in the Garnet Valley School District where he has taught elementary band, middle school jazz band, classroom music and his present position as high school band director.  Steve currently serves as the President of District 12 of the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) and has presented at professional conferences on the topics of jazz improvisation and Blended Learning/Teaching Videos. Jazz is one of Steve’s particular areas of expertise, and he has directed numerous jazz ensembles and workshops, including the Kimmel Center Youth Jazz Ensemble, Interboro Jazz Workshop (1997-2003), Delco All-Star High School Big Band, Garnet Valley Middle School Jazz Band, and Garnet Valley High School Jazz Band. His love of playing includes performing in various musical ensembles and venues in the greater Philadelphia area, including performances with the John Grecia Band, the John Hoey Orchestra, and his own Steve Selfridge Jazz Quartet. In 2011, Steve performed at Carnegie Hall, NYC, as a featured soloist on stage with rock legend Steven Van Zandt and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Darlene Love. In 2012, Steve played lead alto sax in a Maynard Ferguson tribute concert held at Chris’ Jazz Cafe in Philadelphia, which featured several notable alumni of the Maynard Ferguson Big Band. Steve’s ongoing contribution to the teaching of music has led to the development of his YouTube channel “Dr. Selfridge Music” with over 250,000 subscribers. 


Robert Martin 

“Community Member”


Mr. Rob Martin attended Prospect Park Elementary School, the Tinicum 7th grade school, the Intermediate School and Interboro High School. Growing up in a tough family situation, he was moved away while in High School due to a family tragedy. Overcoming this adversity, Rob went on to serve ten years in the military where he received numerous medals and awards. Rob entered Law Enforcement, graduating valedictorian from his Police Academy class at the Pennsylvania State Police Academy in Hershey. His college degrees are from Valley Forge Military College, and Elizabethtown College. Rob is a graduate of the 198th session of the FBI National Academy as well as the JFK School of Government at Harvard University. Through his career he has received numerous awards, to include a Medal of Valor for an extended gun battle, Medal of Heroism and Award of Bravery. Rob became a Chief of Police in 1998 and is still serving in that Position. He was recognized by the Pa Commission on Crime and Delinquency for leading his department to a reported crime reduction of over fifty percent. Rob has coached High School baseball leading his team to the State Championship in 2016, and currently volunteers as an Assistant Coach with the Interboro High School baseball team. 


John N. Kaelin, Jr. 

“Community Member”

Mr. John Kaelin provided tremendous support and countless hours to his community of Glenolden and the Interboro school district. John spent 28 years representing Glenolden on the Interboro School Board and was President when the high school was honored as a Blue-Ribbon High School. During those years he served as Chairman of the Curriculum Committee, Policy Committee, Superintendent Search Committee, Administrator Salary Negotiating Committee, and the Athletics Committee. He also served on the Property Committee, Teacher Salary Negotiating Committee, Finance Committee, and Principal/Assistant Principal/Assistant Superintendent Search Committee. Each of these commitments require tremendous time and attention as they shape the potential for success in a school district. John’s community volunteerism include being the founder, director and producer of the Glenolden Young People’s Performing Arts Club which existed for 15 years with close to 1000 young people performing Broadway Shows as part of community theater; co-founder and 1st president of the Interboro Soccer Club;  coaching baseball, basketball and soccer as part of the Glenolden Youth Club for over 20 years and 10 years as President of the Club; supported the Yacht stock River Jam which is a fundraising event designed to raise money for a local child with a debilitating disease.  John Kaelin provided support to the Interboro School District and the local community which make the Interboro community a welcoming place to live and learn. 





Yolanda Riddell Angstadt 

“Interboro Class of 1986” 

During her high school years Ms. Lonnie Angstadt knew she wanted to pursue a career in healthcare and volunteered in the nurse’s office and at Taylor Hospital. Upon graduating high school she graduated from the Delaware County Community College Registered Nurse Program and later graduated from the Hahnemann University Physician Assistant Program. In 2008 she joined the board of Power Up Gambia a charity who provides solar power to healthcare facilities in The Gambia, West Africa. In 2009 Lonnie founded DelMed Aid for Gambia an organization focused on providing healthcare volunteers and medical equipment to The Bwiam Hospital in The Gambia. She also works with Women’s Initiative in The Gambia helping women achieve economic independence through business initiatives.  For the past 22 years Lonnie has faithfully served the public in the emergency department as a Senior Physician Assistant. She is currently working on the front line helping to deal with the COVID crisis. 


Pat Barr, Jr. 

“Interboro Class of 1978” 

Mr. Pat Barr exemplifies what makes the Interboro School Community and in this case Tinicum Township, a special place to grow up and remain to raise your children. Pat has been a tireless promoter of Tinicum and has contributed countless hours of service to help make Tinicum a better place to live.  His volunteerism has taken many forms – coach of various youth sports, President of the Recreation Board, Chairmen of the Zoning Board, as well as a commissioner in an official capacity resulting in various projects benefiting Tinicum and its citizenry. Pat is an example of a hometown boy who has chosen to remain where he was raised to the benefit of all who live in this special community. 


James (Jim) Simpkins 

“Interboro Class of 1981” 

Mr. Jim Simpkins enlisted in the United States Navy at once after graduation where he was the recipient of numerous medals prior to an Honorable Discharge in 1988. Jim joined the Tinicum Township Police Department and graduated from the Pennsylvania Municipal Police Academy receiving recognition for the highest all-around academic average in his class. Highlights from a stellar career include his appointment as Detective Sergeant in 2004, Task Force Officer with the FBI Human Trafficking Squad, as well as providing drug education as Tinicum’s Dare Officer.  Community contributions include coaching youth sports for the better part of two decades, lifetime memberships in the Tinicum Fire Department and Veterans of Wars and the Tinicum Township Patriotic Organization. As a police officer, Jim is characterized as a natural leader who is meticulous, diligent, and professional – treating victims, witnesses and suspects with the utmost respect and dignity. 


Mr. Allyn Hostetter 

“Staff Member”


Mr. Allyn Hostetter – Interboro High School Staff Member – Mr. Allyn Hostetter joined the Interboro School District as a teacher after his graduation from Bloomsburg University which began a 35-year career that found him teaching, leading, and supplying support in varied capacities. As a teacher he provided Interboro’s students with practical skills in accounting, finance, and related business subjects as well as a mentor who helped influence numerous students to attend college to pursue degrees and careers in accounting and finance. During his earlier years he became an Assistant Football Coach as well as the Head Wrestling Coach. Mr. Hostetter spent over half of his career as co-advisor of Interboro’s highly engaged and successful Student Council spawning many fine students and accomplished graduates. After receiving a master’s degree and his principal’s certification from Villanova University, he served as assistant principal for five years, successfully overseeing a variety of student and staff programs. Shortly thereafter, he served as Director of Informational Services for the high school. During this time, he created and ran the Adult Night School Program for the school district. Al was an integral member of the Interboro Education Association for over 20 years, holding a variety of significant positions, and was a major contributor at the regional and state levels. His work helped raise the level of respect for Interboro teachers which has had a lasting impact on the ability to attract outstanding educators to the district. 





Christopher James Beale 

“Interboro Class of 1979” 

Mr. Christopher Beale became a volunteer fireman in 1977 which began a life of service to others.  He graduated from Interboro in 1979 and immediately enlisted in the United States Air Force and Delaware Air National Guard serving for 39 years before retiring in August 2018 as a Lieutenant Colonel with 142nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron New Castle Delaware. His list of military campaigns is long and includes Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom and New Dawn to highlight a few. Mr. Beale completed nursing school which enabled him to provide needed support both in the Air Force and as a Philadelphia Fireman since 1986. Presently a City of Philadelphia Fire Department Battalion Chief assigned to the Fire Marshal’s office, he has trained countless men and women, along with providing support and a positive role model.  Mr. Beale was raised in a military family and his passion for life and service, along with his love of country is what sets him aside. He has contributed greatly but speaks very little about himself – making his accomplishments – that much more enduring. 



Paul Kerrigan 

“Interboro Class of 1975” 

Mr. Paul Kerrigan was an accomplished high school student highlighted by his participation on Interboro’s Hi-Q team. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree he spent sixteen years working as a paralegal concentrating on complex product liability litigation.  During that time he came to realize that his true passion was working with young adults which drove him to complete a master’s degree in Education. Presently, he teaches Language Arts, Creative Writing and Theater Arts at Springfield High School. During his tenure at Springfield he has directed ten musical productions and his enthusiasm and mentoring have prompted several students to pursue professional theater careers in New York and London.  Since 1976, Mr. Kerrigan has been active in local and professional theater groups participating in over seventy plays and musicals in a variety of positions. Among his many accomplishments, most notable is his influence as part of the Young People’s Theater Workshop for over twenty years. Each year approximately one hundred young people participate in the YPTW where Mr. Kerrigan has been a creative force as director, teacher and mentor. The students affectionately call him “Uncle Pauly” and he is greatly loved. 


Theodore and Dorothy Robinson 

“Prospect Park High School Alumni” 

Theodore “Dorie” and Dorothy “Dottie” Robinson were among Prospect Park’s most recognizable residents and community-minded couples through their six decades of marriage. Each graduated from Prospect Park High School and served their borough and the Interboro School District in numerous ways. 

Dorie, a Navy veteran of World War II and Korea, was a letter carrier for 37 years in Prospect Park.  He helped found the Prospect Park Youth Club and to build the club’s original fieldhouse. He coached for the club and for many years was the lead volunteer groundskeeper at Witmer Field. Additionally, Dorie served as president of the Prospect Park Fourth of July Association, where he was also the longtime parade marshal.  He served as commander of the Paterson-Hause American Legion post and as a trustee and choir member at Prospect Hill Baptist Church. Prospect Park honored Dorie as its citizen of the year in 1999. 

Dottie was a beloved staff member and playground aide at the Prospect Park School for more than 30 years before retiring at age 80. She was also very active in the Prospect Hill Baptist Church, where she served as one of the church’s first female deacons in addition to working with Dorie as the building custodians. 




Jack Lefkowitz 

“Staff Member” 

Mr. Jack Lefkowitz was hired by Interboro after his graduation from West Chester University in 1965, spending his entire thirty-seven-year career at Interboro.  The first thirty years were spent teaching Advanced Earth and Space science and Biology at the high school. He wrote the Earth and Space Science curriculum and was a strong advocate for the inclusion of a planetarium in the “new” high school in 1975.  The presence of the planetarium provided “hands-on” activities to bring what he taught to life. His years teaching found him providing counsel for those in need, chaperoning dances and providing a familiar face running the scoreboard at home sports events.  He also was a driver education instructor as well as building representative for the Interboro Education Association. The last seven years of his career were spent as Interboro’s first Director of Technology. In this role, Mr. Lefkowitz helped assimilate Interboro into the exploding world of technology that provided a new way to communicate as well as store and provide information.  It was his vision and guidance that helped paved the way for district use of email, student scheduling and associated data as well as the movement from “hard copies” to computer records. Working closely with the Delaware County Intermediate Unit, he was the face of Interboro at the opening of DelcoNet in collaboration with the IU. He was responsible for many “firsts” in Interboro technology.  Mr. Lefkowitz had a passion for learning and teaching while showing genuine care for students – the hallmarks of a special educator. 





Kimberly Detwiler Duffy 

“Interboro Class of 1984” 

Ms. Duffy, a scholar-athlete was a member of the Honor Society, Class Congress, Spanish Club and Senior Refreshment Stand while playing Softball, Lacrosse and earning All Del Val in Field Hockey.  Kim chose to attend Penn State and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology in 1988. Soon after graduation, she joined Merck pharmaceutical company as a technician in the viral vaccine manufacturing sector.  Responsibilities of increasing importance followed within quality control, laboratory operations and vaccine manufacturing.  These experiences led her to become of a member of Merck’s global regulatory groups coordinating approvals in the United States, Canada, Brazil, Japan, China and Europe. Kim is currently the Executive Director within Global Regulatory and Clinical Safety, Vaccines CMC with global responsibility for innovative, strategic initiatives to bring life-saving vaccines to underserved regions of the world.  Kim has been able to fulfill the promise she exhibited as a member of the Class of 1984. 



Alfred Hagen 

“Interboro Class of 1975” 

Mr. Hagen was an accomplished athlete specializing in track and field, remembered as a friendly and gregarious student in his youth.  In the 1970’s he moved to Alaska to work on the Oil Pipeline Project.  Working during the day, but able to find time to attend the University of Alaska in the evenings and on weekends. He became a carpentry contractor in a further attempt to work his way through college and it became his life’s vocation. Fred moved back to Bucks County, Pennsylvania and continued working as a carpentry contractor. In 1985, he became signatory to a carpentry union agreement and formed Hagen Construction, Inc. two years later.  The business grew into a large Commercial Contracting and development business.  Over the past twenty years, Hagen Construction, Inc. has specialized in a variety of commercial and residential projects such as hospitals, office buildings, restaurants, single family homes and multi-story condominiums. In every job, the Company honors the core principles established by Fred Hagen of professionalism, integrity and craftsmanship.  The principles and characteristics developed growing up in the Interboro community continue to guide Mr. Hagen professionally and personally. 


Richard Williams 

“Staff Member 

Mr. Williams is a well-respected and beloved staff member at Prospect Park School for over 35 years.  Rich was truly a dedicated educator who loved his job and the students with whom he worked.  A man who created, implemented, tweaked, monitored, and drove his students to their personal best each and every day.  Rich seldom missed a day of school and the students benefited from his consistent effort on their behalf.  Rich, famous for his no nonsense approach and dry sense of humor was able to engage and motivate his students to make the best use of the time allotted them each day.  Although he was considered a task master, he never forgot he was working with kids and was able to develop relationships to support ambitious goals for his students.  Students were provided learning opportunities outside of the classroom including field trips to whale watch, sights in Philadelphia, New York and Lancaster as well as conducting Holiday plays which were prized by the students and staff.  Mr. Williams was the epitome of a dedicated teacher who gave his heart and soul to the Interboro community and specifically the Prospect Park School!!! 







Mark Hegarty 

“Interboro Class of 1975” 

After graduation Mark attended Bloomsburg University graduating in 1979 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.  Participation in ROTC led Mark to join the Air Force after graduation and fulfill his dream of becoming a pilot.  Air Force membership required numerous moves including a period in Spokane, Washington where he attended Gonzaga University earning a Master’s Degree in Business Administration.  His next stop – Mesa, California – where he was chosen to be part of Stan Aval, the elite Air Force flying team where he earned recognition as “Top Flight Commander” in 1992.  His final position with the Air Force took him to Washington, D.C. and the Pentagon.  There he continued to work for flight enhancements through improved training procedures and modifications to planes, flight simulators and associated equipment.  Mark retired from the Air Force in March of 2001 and works in the private sector continuing to influence governmental issues about which he’s passionate. 



Edward Schultz 

“Staff Member 

Mr. Schultz was a member of the Interboro High School Social Studies department for thirty years, 1958 – 1988.  In addition to his teaching responsibilities he coached baseball and served as class advisor and student council advisor.  To both students and staff at Interboro High School, Mr. Schultz was more than simply a teacher and advisor; he was universally regarded as a counselor and mentor.  He encouraged those who struggled, listened with an understanding ear and willingly gave helpful advice.  He challenged you to think unconventionally and creatively when trying to solve a problem.  He compelled his students to expand their perspective – locally and globally.  He organized and chaperoned field trips to Philadelphia, New York City, Washington D.C and Williamsburg to experience history first-hand.  Mr. Schultz was known to be humble, compassionate and always encouraging to his students. 



Edmund Lally 

“Community Member 

Mr. Lally was an indispensable member of the Interboro Marching Band and Drama Club Boosters for more than 15 years.  As a member of these organizations he was involved in coordinating fund raisers, band competitions, band trips, band and drama banquets – along with many other supportive activities when needed.  On one band trip he and his wife, Rosemary cooked meals for the entire band for 4 days.  As a member of the Drama Boosters he would sell tickets and advertisements for the program, construct various set pieces and clean up after a performance, if needed.  In summary, Mr. Edmund Lally was a selfless contributor to the Interboro Arts Program providing a home for many of Interboro’s students as well as four drum majors – Jim, Mike, Steve and Maureen. 




Michael D’Espositio 

“Interboro Class of 1961” and “Community Member” 

Community Member Service with Distinction to School and Community 

After graduating from Interboro Mr. D’Esposito attended Drexel University earning his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1966.  Mike has been a fixture in youth sports for over 50 years which began in 1963, when he served as President of the Ridley Junior ABA Basketball program for 25 years.  He added the role of general manager of the Prospect Park Termites in 1971 continuing until 1983.  In 1981 he became the defensive coordinator for the St. James Bulldogs where he remained until assuming the same role at Interboro in 1993, where he continues to serve, presently.  To be sure he was active all year round; he also coached baseball for 16 years at the youth level – Babe Ruth and EDCO – along with adults in the Delco League.  He is presently Interboro’s assistant varsity coach having also been the head coach continuously since 1998.  His preparation, intensity and care for his “kids” are legendary to a man simply known as “D-Rock”. 



H. Thomas Hall 

“Prospect Park Class of 1951” 

Mr. Hall grew up in Prospect Park graduating from Prospect Park High in 1951.  He studied at Temple’s Tyler School of Art and earned a bachelor’s degree from the Philadelphia College of Art.  While serving in the Army, he wrote and illustrated a children’s book, The Golden Tomba launching his career as an illustrator.  Mr. Hall made a living as an illustrator until receiving his first book cover commission for a reprint of John Steinbeck’s – Cup of Gold.   That year he realized a dream when he did a series of drawings to accompany short fiction pieces for the Saturday Evening Post.  His commissions included covers for paperback best sellers Shanna and Ashes in the Wind, by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss; The Thorn Birds, by Colleen McCullough; and Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire.  While producing paperback art , Mr. Hall did illustrations for Reader’s Digest and National Geographic publications, along with several TV documentaries.  Later in life, Mr. Hall changed his focus to painting exhibiting his work both in the United States and Japan.  Mr. Hall passed away in 2010 at the age of 78. 



Gerald “Liver” Livingston 

“Interboro Class of 1974” and “Community Member” 

Mr. Livingston affectionately known as “Liver”  is remembered as someone who was willing to volunteer for “just about anything” as a high school student.  After  Mr. Livingston graduated from college, he returned to Prospect Park and began volunteering his time with the Prospect Park Termites.  Although he and his wife, Lisa didn’t have children of their own – he was able to impact innumerable lives through coaching. His gifts came in the form of time, commitment and care for the youth of Prospect Park through his coaching and mentoring.  As a coach who carried on the tradition begun by Frank Witmer, another member of the Interboro Hall of Fame and founder of the Prospect Park Termites – Mr. Livingston epitomized the essence of giving back to his community. 


Robert Regester 

“Staff Member” 

Mr. Regester made Interboro his life.  He began in 1995 – the year that Glenolden and Prospect park High Schools combined to form Interboro – and his career spanned 37 years.   The first fifteen years he taught English and French while also serving as yearbook sponsor for number of graduating classes.  The second portion of his career found him contributing as a counselor.  During his that seventeen year span he reorganized the Career Center while providing printed and visual information including a career newsletter.  Students were provided opportunities to connect with real world possibilities through speakers coming to school and visitation that was coordinated with the academic and business communities.  Knowledge, compassion and a willingness to help – characterized his involvement with students.  Honesty, hard work and respect were the attributes used by his colleagues to describe him.  Bob Regester exemplifies “Excellence and Buc Pride”. 






Donald A. Cook 

“Interboro Class of 1964” 

Mr. Cook a Naval Veteran served as the Mayor of Prospect Park from 1990 – 2009.  Extensive volunteerism beginning in the 1980 and continuing to the present; Prospect Park Youth Club, John Wesley Cross Post 507, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia,  Prospect Park Beautification Committee.  Honored as Prospect Park Citizen of the Year – 2011. 



Brian Hassel 

“Interboro High Class of 1973” 

Graduate of Williamson Trade School, 1976.  Glenolden Fire Company Volunteer for over 40 years – presently serving as the secretary.  Served on the Interboro Board of School Directors from 1988 through 2005 always keeping the best interests of the students and the district, as his primary goals. 



Alex Mullin 

“Staff Member”

Teacher in the Interboro School District from 1976 – 2002.  Creator of Kaleidoscope and IHS-TV airing initially in 1976, serving as the faculty advisor until 1992 when he moved to Prospect Park School.  Responsible for high quality programming extending to the community learning numerous awards and recognition for students and the high school.  He returned to the district in 2006 as special advisor, technician and mentor to staff and students. 






Stephen E. Barrar 

“Interboro Class of 1972” 

After being honorably discharged from the U.S. Navy, Steve started and operated a landscape contracting business for 24 years.  He was elected as a Township Commissioner in Upper Chichester Township in 1991 and earned the reputation as a taxpayer advocate.  In 1997, Steve was sworn into his first term as a Member of the Pennsylvania General Assembly representing the people of the 160th Legislative District in Delaware County.  He has served 8 terms as a Representative and continues his effort to fight for sensible taxation, balanced budgets and to restore trust in our system of government. 



Brian Lockman 

“Interboro Class of 1970” 

Brian Lockman, a graduate of Temple University, is the President and CEO of PCN (Pennsylvania Cable Network). He joined PCN in 1994 after more than fifteen years with C-SPAN, where he was one of the original four employees. He served for more than ten years as that network’s Vice President of Operations. Since 1996, he has been the host of the weekly interview series “PA Books,” which features authors of books on Pennsylvania topics, and is a frequent host of the PCN Call-In program.  He is also the author of four books, PCN Tours, World War II: In Their Own Words, Pioneers of Cable Television, and World War II Reflections. 



Daniel C. Van Wyk 

“Interboro Class of 1974” 

Newly promoted Brigadier General Daniel Van Wyk officially retired in April after 34 years of faithful military service to our nation, 28 years of it spent in service to the Delaware Air National Guard. He leaves a legacy of service in numerous command positions throughout his career. He earned a law degree from Widener University School of Law and is a licensed attorney and member of the Delaware County Bar Association. Mr. Van Wyk played on Interboro’s football team in 1973 – the football team that beat Ridley High School for the first time.  



Nicholas A. Cianci 

“Staff Member” 

Nicholas Cianci served as assistant principal and principal of the junior high school, and principal of the high school for a total of 23 years.  Nick wrote two books:  Street Kid, and Street Kid II, featuring some of his experiences at Interboro in the second book.  He established “Senior Day” and “Senior Class Night,” and originated the motto “Excellence and Buc Pride.” 




George F. McCloskey 

“Community Member” 

George McCloskey, Mayor of Norwood for almost 15 years,      has been elected for office of the Mayor five times, and elected Three times as a Councilman for the Borough of Norwood.  Mayor McCloskey has participated in events within the schools and the Interboro community for the past thirty years. His Children and grandchildren have attended schools in the Interboro School District. A principal once said about Mayor McCloskey, “He attends every function to which he is invited.  He is a positive presence and good communitarian.  And, he is a friend of our school.” 






Linda K. Freeman 

“Interboro Class of 1963” 

Pictured as “Most Likely to Succeed” in the yearbook, Linda Freeman has accomplished that and more, not just in the eyes of Interboro, but in the surrounding communities as well.  A genuinely warm and caring person, Linda recognized an important community need when an increasing number of families and individuals were coming to her church for help with food.  Linda, together with her friend, Lana, took steps to address that need by creating a food cupboard. In August 2001, the door to the Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry officially opened.  It is headquartered at the Prospect Hill Baptist Church and, to date, serves more than 12,000 individuals each year. A tireless worker for our less fortunate neighbors, Linda Freeman was able to translate her vision into a reality that provides one of the most significant and important community outreach programs in Delaware County. 




Sharon E. Parker 

“Interboro Class of 1965” 

Sharon Parker has distinguished herself as a career educator committed to the education, health, safety, and welfare of thousands of students and staff members during her storied thirty-two years in public education. During her tenure in the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District from 1979 to 2006, she distinguished herself in a number of ways: middle school language arts teacher, team leader, director of curriculum, principal, and finally superintendent of the school district. Ms. Parker has also earned a number of awards for her effectiveness and dedication: Wallingford-Swarthmore Teacher of the Year (1992), the Pennsylvania Music Educators’ Association Superintendent of the Year (2003), and the Delaware County March of Dimes Excellence in Education Award (2006). Ms. Parker currently serves as Superintendent of the Unionville-Chaddsford School District.  Sharon Parker continues to model excellence and commitment, and does the Interboro community proud. 



John M. Saddic 

“Interboro Class of 1968” and “Community Member” 

John Saddics long contribution to the Interboro community began as a volunteer with the Essington Fire Company as a teenager in 1966. He joined the Prospect Park Police Department in the early 1970’s, and after many years of service, was promoted to Chief of Police by the Prospect Park Borough Council in 2003. Before becoming Chief of Police, Officer Saddic was the school resource officer for the high school. Mr. Saddic has never stopped being a contributing member of the community since the earliest days. “Officer John,” as he is affectionately called by many that know him, has volunteered his time and professional equipment as a disc jockey at countless youth dances, creating an enduring bond with the young people of the community. In addition, Mr. Saddic was the leading instructor and facilitator for the D.A.R.E. program at Prospect Park School since its inception. Officer John’s continued involvement with and commitment to the Interboro community has had a positive impact on numerous people, young and old. 



Ronald Stafford Scott 

“Interboro Class of 1959” 

Ronald S. Scott graduated as valedictorian of Interboro’s class of 1959.  He attended Swarthmore College, then the University of Illinois, earning a Ph.D. in physics. Dr. Scott then decided to use this background to contribute to the medical profession.  He earned an M.D. degree at the University of Buffalo and embarked on a specialization in radiology.  He set up practice in San Diego where he met and married Peg Lazear, a medical administrator.  In addition, Dr. Scott began flying his plane from San Diego to El Centro, CA to provide oncology treatment for the underserved population he found there.  Dr. Scott and his wife built the Imperial Valley Cancer Center with the goal of serving those in need regardless of their ability to pay. The lives of Ron and Peg Scott were tragically lost when their plane crashed on return from El Centro on March 11, 2004.  But the advanced medical care they introduced to the Imperial Valley induced other physicians to follow, and the people of El Centro remain thankful beneficiaries of their caring vision.