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•   Ira Faden (Faden)  10/18
•   Barry Kardos  10/12
•   Stephen Tolbert  10/3
•   Bruce Carroll  10/2
•   Richard Dunoff  9/5
•   Joseph Settefrati  8/22
•   Clifford Torban  8/17
•   Kenneth Finkel  8/16
•   Lawrence Daurelle  7/12
•   Roy Cutler  6/29
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4 live in Georgia
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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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Dear Fellow Classmate,

I hope this note finds you and yours well - in good health and enjoying life!

It’s fall, the leaves are turning color and the Eagles still have a winning record!

Many of us are turning 65 this year. WOW! Congrats! Thank God for Medicare!

Philip Roth got it right…“The best of adolescence was the intense male friendships—not only because of the cozy feelings of camaraderie they afforded … but because of the opportunity they provided for uncensored talk. “ — Reading Myself and Others, 1975.

Few things are as special or can compare to the feelings of trust and friendship that we experience when listening to stories about our time at Central and the crazy stuff that both teachers and students got up to. Whenever I get to spend time with a group of classmates – even those that are old friends – I hear another story I didn't know about that blows my mind and lets me LMAO.

How lucky we were – and still are. And perhaps even more fortunate because through our class gift we have the opportunity to keep the Central dream alive for another generation. After all, there is only one Central!

This note is to inform you of a few events coming up at the end of October in Philly you may be interested in attending.  We’d love to see you! Please RSVP asap.


The 228 Class Gift Committee will be holding a Fall Planning Session on SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30TH from 10:00am to 4:00pm at the HAMPTON INN IN WILLOW GROVE 1500 Easton Road, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania, 19090. The last one we had was very productive and good fun!

The committee will be planning the next phase of our journey toward raising $228k+ in the next several years. Current funds are $30k, with probably an equal number of pledges, although we have not yet begun the formal pledging process. More ideas (and more hands!) are welcome. If you would like to join us for all or part of the day on 10.28, please do.

Please RSVP to Roy Goldman at


1116 Old York Rd, Abington, PA 19001

The timing allows plenty of time for those who want to get home to watch the Eagles game.

Please RSVP to Roy Goldman at


If you have not been back to school lately – or even if you have – coming back to see what’s happening today is likely to be somewhere between refreshing  and mind blowing.

Sure, there are some changes. But Central remains an amazing place with amazing teachers and students. And amazing school spirit. But hey, don’t take my word for it. We may be able to get some time with President, Tim McKenna and/or one of the members of the Alumni Association, who work closely with the school every day, or the new Director of Development, Lynn Norton-Robins, an important first for Central.

Please RSVP to Roy Goldman at

That's it for now.