Paul D. Schreiber High School, Port Washington, New York
June 7, 1963 – 1972
1. Robert Stephen (Bull) Tarleton. CL 1964. [Secretary-Treasurer and President Science Club, President Stamp Club, President Amateur Radio Club, Secretary Interact, Newspaper, Debate Club, Political Club, Varsity Choir, Chorus, Band, Drama, President Cyclotron Club, History Club, Latin Club, Library Staff, Exchange Club, Student Government, Track, Indoor Track, PA and Lighting Crew] Charter Member of Upsilon Zeta Chapter. Transferred to Delta Chi, Beta Pi and Alpha Phi Chapters. Banner Chairman (9 years). Convention Chairman (13 years). Editor, Omega News/Sodalitas (12 years). Grand Historian (10 years). Grand Secretary (7 years). Fifth Grand Vice Princeps. First Grand Vice Princeps. Grand Princeps (16 years). Adult Advisor of Delta Chi, 1970-1974; Alpha Phi, 1974-present; Beta Pi, 1983-2004. Kappa Alpha Society at Wesleyan University. U. S. Air Force, Press Representative, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force. Vice President/Executive Director, Intercollegiate Broadcasting System. Director, National Secretary, The Kappa Alpha Society, oldest collegiate fraternity. Director, The John Philip Sousa National Memorial Band Shell. Adjudicator, U. S. Veterans Administration. Partner, Applause Productions. Author. Coined the word Infotainment (originally Infortainment). Who’s Who in Entertainment. Who’s Who in the East. Who’s Who in America.
2. Dr. David Allerton (Dave) Sloane. CL 1964. [Newspaper, Latin Club, Vice President Interact, Concertmaster Orchestra, History Club, Honor Society. Editor Pep Magazine, Chairman Student Loan Fund (2 years), Student Government, Class Treasurer, Class Vice President, Track, “Best Musician in Class”] Charter Member of Upsilon Zeta Chapter. Williams College. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. PhD., Harvard University. Professor of Russian at Tufts University. President, Tufts Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Author.
3. Gary Daniel Saretzky. Charter Member of Upsilon Zeta Chapter. CL 1964. [Treasurer Interact, Vice President Stamp Club, Golf, Dramatics, Chess Club, Varsity Choir, Madrigals] University of Wisconsin. Chief Archivist, Educational Testing Service. Chief Archivist, Monmouth County, New Jersey. Co-ordinator, Public History Internship Program, Rutgers University. Assistant Professor, Trenton StateUniversity. Associate Professor, Mercer County Community College. Photographer. Historian. Author of numerous published articles. Who’s Who in American Art. Who’s Who in America.
4. William Taber (Bill) Ferris III. CL 1964. [Vice President Varsity Choir, Secretary History Club, Interact, Madrigals, French Club] Charter Member of Upsilon Zeta Chapter. Sigma Chi at Hobart College. Fordham Law School. Lawyer. Chief Assistant District Attorney, Suffolk County, New York. Captain, U. S. Navy Reserve.
5. Patrick Brian (Pat) Flavin. CL 1964. [Basketball, French Club, Student Teacher Advisory Board] Charter Member of Upsilon Zeta Chapter. Tau Kappa Epsilon at Colgate University. University of Utah. Investment Banker. VP, Morgan Guaranty Trust. VP, Reich and Tang. President and Chief Investment Officer, Flavin, Blake and Company. Director, Culp, Inc., Fast Channel Network, Renaissance, Inc. Who’s Who in America. Who’s Who in Finance and Industry.
6. Peter Teeben Kahan. CL 1964. [Student Government, Golf Team, Ski Club, Soccer, Orchestra, Interact, Math Club, Sergeant at Arms Honor Society, Student Loan Committee] Charter Member of Upsilon Zeta Chapter. Sigma Alpha Mu at Cornell University. University of Wisconsin. Teacher,Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School; Dwight-Englewood School. Author.
7. Dr. Richard Charles (Rick) Tessler. CL 1964. (Student Government, Interact] University of Wisconsin. PhD. Professor of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts.
8. (Harold) David Banks. CL 1964. [Librarian and President, Science Club, Math Club, Chess Club] Charter Member of Upsilon Zeta Chapter. Chi Phi at Ohio Wesleyan University. MBA, University of Utah. Captain, U. S. Air Force. Central Intelligence Agency.
9. Dr. Peter Cushing (Pete) Perdue. CL 1966. Phillips Exeter Academy. Harvard University (Graduated first in his class at Harvard). Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. Edgerton Award, Ford International Development Chair. James A. Levitan Prize. Professor of History and Head of the History Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Author, Exhausting the Earth.
10. Richard Gene (Sniff) Smith. CL 1965. [Political Club, Track, Science Club, National Merit Scholar] Delta Kappa Epsilon at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. MBA, Harvard University. Engineer, Digital Equipment Corporation. Business Management, Hewlett-Packard Corporation.
11. Dr. James Louis (Jimmy) Shepherd. CL 1966. [Orchestra, Varsity Choir] Butler University. Director of Music, Great Neck North High School.
12. David Graham Lee. CL 1964. [Student Action Movement, Varsity Choir, Ski Club, PA and Lighting Staff, Yearbook] Antioch College. Brother of # 21. Social Worker.
13. Dr. Steven Robert Goldberg. CL 1964. [Varsity Choir, Golf, Music Club] University of Ohio. New York University School of Dentistry. Dentist.
14. Geoffrey Scott (Scotty) Southworth. CL 1966. [Band, Soccer, Newspaper] Transferred to Huntington High School. U. S. Merchant Marine Academy. MBA, Columbia University. Manager of Maintenance and Repair, Marine Transport Lines, Inc. Vice President, Boron Biologicals, Inc. Sales Manager, Polymer Reclaim. Account Executive, Waste Management. Waste Reduction Specialist, New YorkWaste Match.
15. Roy Douglas (Flash) Patterson. CL 1965. [Varsity Choir, Fratry, Orchestra, Lacrosse, Tennis, Dramatics, Student Action Movement] Fifth GVP (3 months). Ithaca College. Illinois Institute of Technology/ Chicago-Kent Law School. Lawyer. Sales, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. Director of Advance Sales, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company.
16. Henry Teodor Lize. CL 1965. [Varsity Choir, Treasurer Dramatics, Football, Soccer] Boston University, Phi Mu Alpha at Wisconsin State University. Managing Director, The Wooden Bird, 13-store chain of art stores.
17. William Howard (Bill) Laletin. CL 1965. [Cyclotron Club, Student Action Movement, Varsity Choir, Latin Club, Madrigals, Glee Club, Carnival Committee] SUNY at Stony Brook.
18. Jack Conrad (Jay) Gray Jr. CL 1966. [Science Club, Link Trainer Club] Antioch College, New York Institute of Technology. Architect.
19. Dr. Nicholas Louis (Nick) Bogen. CL 1967. [Radio Club, Band] PhD, Columbia University. Hydrologist. Faculty, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University ofMichigan.
20. Dr. Haynes Robert Miller. CL 1966. [Newspaper, Math Club, High School Bowl, Ski Club, Chess Club, Honor Society] Harvard University. Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Fraternity. Professor of Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Grand Historian (6 months).
21. Richard Oldham (Dick) Lee. CL 1966. [Student Action Movement, Newspaper, Chess Team]Bucknell University. Hofstra University Law School. Lawyer. Brother of # 12.
22. Gregory Albert (Greg) Derian. CL 1970. [Cross Country, Track, Indoor Track, Boys Athletic Association, Varsity Club, Band, NYSSMA] SUNY at Stony Brook. Brother of # 38. Retailer, Macy’s.
23. Roger Stevens (Rog) Weaver. CL 1970. [President Interact, Honor Roll, Track, Indoor Track, Cross Country, Wrestling, Boys Athletic Association, Varsity Club, Gymnastics, Orchestra, Dramatics, Junior Prom Committee, Ski Club, Eagle Scout, Varsity Choir, Newspaper, Student Action Movement, Honor Society] Theta Chi at Colgate University. Polytechnical Institute of New York. American Telephone and Telegraph.
24. Paul Francis Show. CL 1970. [Cross Country, Track, Indoor Track, Boys Athletic Association, Student Action Movement, Junior Prom Committee] SUNY at Buffalo.
25. Richard Scott (Rich) Pisciotta. CL 1970. [Cross Country, Indoor Track, Secretary and President Boys’ Athletic Association, Varsity Club, Student Action Movement, Newspaper, Port Washington Teen Action Council. Student Government, Literary Magazine] SUNY at Stony Brook. Grand Recorder.
26. Ronald Earle (Reg) Gabbei. CL 1970. [Football, Track, Cross Country, Boys Athletic Association, Varsity Club, Ski Club, Assistant Coach, Girls Track, Student Action Movement, Student Government,Port Washington Teen Action Council, Literary Magazine] Grand Master of Ceremonies. Grand Historian. University of Wisconsin. Project Engineer, Amersham Radiopharmaceutical Corporation. Race Car Builder. Instructor Pilot. Test Pilot. Partner, Cougar Aviation.
27. Robert James (Bob) Lawrence. CL 1970. [Cross Country, Track, Wrestling, Golf, Varsity Club, Honor Roll] University of Massachusetts. Computer Programmer, Mobius Management Systems.
28. Peter Karberg (Pete) Pestalozzi. CL 1970. [Track, Indoor Track, Cross Country, Photography Club, Yearbook, Boys’ Athletic Association, Varsity Club, Newspaper, Student Action Movement] Clarkson Institute of Technology. Furniture Maker.
29. Rich James Ottum. CL 1970. [Cross Country, Band, Stage Band, NYSSMA, Orchestra, Port Washington Teen Action Council, Manager Basketball, Varsity Club, Boys’ Athletic Association, Literary Magazine] Oxford University. Dennison University.
30. Stephen George (Flea) Lubar. CL 1971. [Wrestling, Captain Track, Captain and Coaches’ Award Cross Country, Student Government, Band, All-State Band, NYSSMA, Class Treasurer, Treasurer and Vice President Boys’ Athletic Association, Squad Leader, Varsity Club, Treasurer Interact, Honor Roll, Port Washington Teen Action Action Council] Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity at Swarthmore College.University of Zambia. AAU Long Distance Runner of the Year, Adidas USA Racing Team, Gold Medal Empire Games. Manager, Port Washington Shore Tennis Club. Manager, Steve Lubar’s Olympic Village, sporting goods store. Tennis Pro, Hawaii, Florida, Utah.
31. David Ray (Brack) Brackett Jr. CL 1970. [Cross Country, Wrestling, Ski Club, Sailing Club, Student Action Movement] Theta Chi at Lehigh University. MBA, New York University. CPA. Member Port Washington School Board. Treasurer, Port Washington Water District.
32. Christopher Thomas Murray. CL 1970. [Cross Country, Boys’ Athletic Association, Varsity Club, Student Action Movement] University of South Carolina.
33. Kristopher (Kit) Pratt. CL 1969. [Captain and Coaches’ Award Track, Captain Indoor Track, Cross Country, Band, Boys’ Athletic Association, Honor Roll] Sigma Alpha Epsilon at Adelphi University.
34. Gary Owen Shepcaro. CL 1970. [Newspaper, AV Squad, Ski Club, Vice President and President Medical Careers Club, Soccer, Newspaper, Student Action Movement, Honor Roll] Ohio State University. Jeweler.
35. Douglas Benjamin (Doug) Block. CL 1971. [Interact, Soccer, Football, Track, Indoor Track,Baseball, Secretary Boys’ Athletic Association, Varsity Club, Student Action Movement, Honor Roll, Domestic Exchange Club, Model Rocket Club, TV Squad] Cornell University. Independent film producer for PBS and HBO.
36. Joshua Wayne Heller. CL 1970. [President Radio Club, Class Treasurer, Soccer, Track, Indoor Track, Boys’ Athletic Association, Youth Advisory Committee for area Congressman, Varsity Club, Student Government, Domestic Exchange Club, AV Squad, Newspaper, Student Action Movement]Alfred University.
37. Jonathan Willis (Jon) Gould. CL 1971. [Coaches’ Award Tennis, Baseball, Wrestling, Varsity Club, Boys’ Athletic Association, Interact, Ski Club] Union College. Psychiatrist.
38. Michael Jeffrey Derian. CL 1972. [Track, Indoor Track, Cross Country, Boys’ Athletic Association, Varsity Club] Brother of # 22. Rensslaer Polytechnic Institute. MA, Cornell University. Planner, Long Island Rail Road. Real Estate Broker.
39. John Graeber Devine. CL 1972. [Basketball, Class Vice President, Student Government, Interact, Manager JV Basketball]
40. William Salvatore (Bill) Garofalo. CL 1971. [Football, Wrestling, Lacrosse, Interact, Key Club, Boys’ Athletic Association, Varsity Club] Beta Theta Pi at Union College. Special Litigating Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation.
41. Stephen J. (Steve) Laber. CL 1972. [Football, Basketball, Baseball, Boys’ Athletic Association,Varsity Club] Proprietor, XTC Liquors.
42. Mark Harris Bernstein. CL 1972. (Track, Indoor Track, Cross Country, Varsity Club] Tau Beta Pi at Case Western Reserve University. Died of cancer while in Medical School.
43. William Maxwell (Bill) Levitan. CL 1971. [Football, Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, Vice President Interact, Student Action Movement, Spanish Club, Math Team, Yearbook]
44. John Charles Roger Golomb. CL 1972. [Band, Varsity Choir, Stage Band]
45. Jeffrey Cunningham. CL 1971. [Wrestling] University of Virginia.