“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.
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.
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.