Richard P. Luttrell
“Prospect Park Class of 1948”
Richard P. Luttrell, a 1948 graduate of Prospect Park High, was honored with the Chester Times Al Tryder Most Courageous High School Athlete Award after overcoming polio as a young teenager. Following a stellar coaching career, he was named State Coach of the Year (more than once). Mr. Luttrell served as athletic director and President of New Jersey’s State Athletic Directors’ Association receiving the Athletic Director of the Year Award. He is in the South Jersey Hall of Fame and the New Jersey State Hall of Fame. In 1989, his career culminated with the New Jersey Governor’s Award of Honor.
Weston C. Overholt, Jr.
“Glen-Nor Class of 1944”
Weston “Wes” Overholt, a 1944 graduate of Glen-Nor High, was president of the junior class, a 1st Class Signalman in the United States Navy and Captain of the Varsity basketball team at Dickinson College. Wes attended Dickinson Law School where he was chosen and served on the Dickinson Law Review. This led to a distinguished practice of law that lasted for more than fifty years, first at Harper & Driver through 1997, and then as partner with Abbott & Overholt until 2006. He was inducted into the Dickinson College Hall of Fame in 1977 and, to date, serves as recruiter and advisor to both Dickinson’s Admission Director and Head Basketball Coach.
James K. Fulginiti
“Interboro Class of 1974”
James “Jim” Fulginiti, a 1974 graduate of Interboro High School, has been an educator at Unionville High School since graduating from Albright College in 1978. He began as a Social Studies teacher, later becoming Assistant Principal and then Principal, his current position. Mr. Fulginiti is a Parish Deacon, Sunday school teacher and coach. His military service with the 111th Fighter Wing of the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, a reserve component of the United States Air Force, spanned from 1980 to 2006. As a Command Fighter Pilot, he realized 2700 flying hours that included twenty combat missions over Iraq, retiring in 2006 with the rank of Colonel.
Edmond O. Sacchetti
Dr. Edmond O. Sacchetti ended the revolving door superintendency serving as Interboro School District’s Superintendent from 1976 to 1995 bringing an era of improvement and stability to the district. He initiated changes in curriculum, reorganized the district and our neighborhood schools, introduced a K-12 computer literacy program, and prepared with the Board, a new Policy Book for all School Board policies. The New Teacher Induction Program and the Kindergarten Orientation Program were his initiatives. He oversaw many facility projects, including reconfiguration and renovation of buildings, and construction of the South Avenue field house and track. Perhaps Dr. Sacchetti’s most memorable achievement was being invited to deliver the “Charge to the Class of 1995” having returned the ceremony to the high school grounds.
Frederick W. Warner
Frederick “Fred” Warner is a parent volunteer who has worked humbly “for the Kids” serving as an officer of the Interboro Music Boosters from 1995 to 2008, which has grown and flourished under his leadership. He has traveled over 20,000 miles on band trips assisting and making travel arrangements while helping with the creation of the Southern Delaware County Middle School Concert Band and hosting the multi-district festivals at Interboro. In addition, he has been actively involved with the Interboro after prom activities, Norwood community, coaching youth sports and serving in various capacities at Emmanuel Lutheran Church while teaching Sunday school and Catechism.