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. 

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.

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.”