Class of 1984
Co-founder and artistic director of the Squonk Opera, she is a talented musician who plays piano, keyboard and accordion and also composes. The group’s multi-media performances are known throughout the world.
Richard T. Evanchec
Class of 1998
He has made an impression in Washington, DC, having worked with the three branches of government, most notably with the FBI, side-by-side with residents and contributed to the conviction of Saddam Hussein.
Ruth O’Block Grant
Class of 1949
She has proven herself outstanding in business while working with her late husband, Louis A. Grant, Sr. at six locations worldwide, specializing in the manufacture of machinery for the metal industry, now employing 500.
Rena Lynn Koteski
Class of 1961
Focusing her adult life on working to ensure children and parents throughout the borough and state had an advocate and a committed voice, Rena Lynn tirelessly sought to make a difference in education via state and local PTA and Plum School Board.