“Glen-Nor Class of 1953”
George Corner, a 1953 graduate of Glen-Nor High School, was class President. He earned six varsity letters, in addition to being named All-Delco in football his junior and senior years. George went on to Lock Haven State College where he was class Vice President. He played football and basketball for four years at Lock Haven. He returned to his alma mater teaching from 1957-1971. He introduced wrestling, square dancing and boy’s lacrosse into the physical education curriculum while coaching track, girl’s basketball and football. He was named Delaware County “Rookie Coach of the Year 1963” leading Interboro to its first undefeated football season. “Coach Corner” completed his teaching and coaching career at Radnor High School beginning in 1971 until his retirement in 1993. A highlight in 1976 was an undefeated football team ranked #2 in the state and his induction in the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame, Delaware County Chapter in 2000.
Captain Robin L. Hiddemen
“Interboro Class of 1974”
Robin Hiddemen, a 1974 graduate of Interboro High School, went on to complete her Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Monmouth University in 1978. She was captain of the field hockey and swim teams and an All-American swimmer. She went directly to Officer Candidate School in Newport, RI. Upon graduation she was one of the first women assigned to a naval ship, the USS Frank Cable in Seattle. She earned a Master’s Degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Her career included many positions of increasing importance, including a tour at the Pentagon, after which she was promoted to Captain. Awards include the Meritorious Service Medal and Navy Commendation Medal.
Eugene “Gene” Nestor
"Interboro Class of 1965" and “Community Member”
Eugene “Gene” Nestor, a 1965 graduate of Interboro High School, became a United States Army paratrooper serving two tours of duty in Viet Nam. Upon his return he began a career with Crozer Chester Medical Center where he worked for 31 years serving as co-chairman of the building fund drives for the Cancer Center and the Emergency Department. While working at the Medical Center he completed the requirements of his Bachelor’s Degree at Neumann College. His contributions to the community included a “tour of duty” as a member of the Interboro Board of School Directors from 1984 to 2003, serving as Chairman of the Sports and Property Committee, Interboro’s representative on the Intermediate Unit Board, and the Delaware County Community College Board. He coached the Prospect Park’s Youth Club and the Middletown Presbyterian Church Adventure Club.
Marjorie “Margie” Worley
“Prospect Park Class of 1951”
Marjorie “Margie” Worley, a 1951 graduate of Prospect Park High School, was an outstanding field hockey player. She went on to East Stroudsburg College beginning her varsity career as a freshman. She was a four-year member of the hockey team and was named to the “All College National Team” in 1954. She was inducted into the East Stroudsburg Hall of Fame for field hockey in 1989. After graduation, Margie began her teaching and coaching career at Chichester High School, eventually moving on to Nether Providence before returning to her alma mater. During this time she gave back to the community as both a coach and official in field hockey and basketball. Beloved by the students she coached and mentored for over 30 years, she retired in 1993.
Anthony “Andy” Costanzo
Anthony “Andy” Costanzo, one of Interboro’s most beloved faculty members, graduated from Springfield High School and earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Pennsylvania in 1969. Andy’s accomplishments are wide and varied, but he will be remembered as a “pioneer” in the area of student involvement in co-curricular activities related to volunteerism, community service and school spirit. His awards include Pennsylvania Student Council Advisor of the Year, 1990 and 2002; Regional Advisor of the Year, 1991 and 2003; National Advisor of the Year, 2003; Regional Workshop Director of the Year, 1997; National Association of Student Councils Speakers’ Showcase Presenter, 1996 and 2003; as well as speaking and presenting in over 30 states. When students who have attended Interboro over the last 37 years look back at their high school experience, the first person many will remember is Andy Costanzo - teacher, mentor, and friend to the Interboro Community.
Kenneth “Mobes” Mobley
Ken “Mobes” Mobley, a graduate of the Upper Darby High School, Class of 1959 and St. Joseph’s College, Class of 1967. Mobes was a member of the Social Studies Department and taught in the Interboro School District for 36 years. He coached the Hi-Q team for all of his 36 years and acted as the Class Sponsor for the 1974 and 1996 graduating classes. He volunteered as mentor and academic liaison for countless members of the wrestling team. Mobes, beloved by his students, will best be remembered for his unmitigated Interboro spirit often being called upon to rally students at pep rallies and bonfires with his black and gold face and the cry of gimme a “B”; gimme a “U”; gimme a “C”, gimme an “S”. What’s that spell? “BUCS” What’s that spell? “BUCS”. No one exemplifies “Excellence and Buc Pride” more than Ken Mobley.