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•   Mark Goldberg  4/25
•   Fred Zafran  4/19
•   Mark Cooper  3/8
•   Kishore Annavajhala  3/7
•   Arthur Steiger  2/27
•   Neal Schnall  2/26
•   Larry Loebell  2/25
•   Alan Eichler  2/24
•   Sam Cohen  2/11
•   Jim Wheatcroft  1/23
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

1 lives in Alaska
2 live in Arizona
20 live in California
3 live in Colorado
4 live in Connecticut
2 live in Delaware
1 lives in District Of Columbia
18 live in Florida
5 live in Georgia
1 lives in Illinois
2 live in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
1 lives in Kansas
8 live in Maryland
8 live in Massachusetts
1 lives in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
1 lives in Missouri
1 lives in Nevada
26 live in New Jersey
3 live in New Mexico
11 live in New York
4 live in North Carolina
3 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oregon
150 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in South Carolina
2 live in Tennessee
4 live in Texas
1 lives in Vermont
5 live in Virginia
4 live in Washington
1 lives in Nova Scotia
1 lives in Ontario
6 live in Israel
1 lives in United Kingdom
222 location unknown


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Central High School
Class Of 1969


Classmates of 228,

The website has been updated so that any classmate can upload pictures from the reunion to the site.   Just go to the link that says 45th Reunion Pictures and follow the directions.  

The reunion was an overwhelming success with over 80 attendees.  Everybody had a great time seeing old classmates and reliving some old memories as well as making new ones.  Awards were presented to Steve Kasloff, Bob Barthelmeh, and Frank Greco for their contributions to the school.  Steve Kaplan did a great job talking about what it means to be a Central Graduate.  I will try to get his speech and more information about his idea to fund a 228 gift which we be able to present to the school at our 50th reunion.  People who attended the tour of Central all found it to be very rewarding and commented on how mature and interested in learning the current students are.  Harold Cottman talked about the students who are no longer with us and honored them with a moment of silence and stressed the importance of keeping them alive through our memories. Be well and hopefully we can all meet again at the 50th reunion.

86 pictures taken by Mark Goldberg as well as pictures from the 40th reunion can also be viewed at

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Things to do or see when not at the 228 reunion activities: Historic Mile (ie) Independence Hall, Liberty Bell etc. Jewish History Museum. Revolutionary War Museum. Constitution Center. City Hall Tower. Liberty One Observation Deck. Zoo. Art Museum. Mutter Museum. Reading Terminal Market. Penn's Landing. Rodin. Mutter. Franklin Institute. Masonic Temple. South Street. City Tavern.
These are all self guided so team up and see Philly 50 years later.