David Friedman’s Bio


Following his graduation from Central, David C. Friedman obtained a degree from the Temple University School of Business with a major in journamism in 1966. There was no journalism school at the time.

He was the sports editor forthe Coatesville Record and a general assigment reporter for the Delaware County Daily Times. He left newspapers in 1969 for the world of public relations and was an account executive for two Philadelphia public relations firms. Continue Reading →

Robert Waldman’ Bio

B.S. in Physical Education & Health from Penn State 1966.  M.A. in Physical Education from Univ. of Maryland 1968.  1968-2002 Physical Education teacher and coach at Goddard Middle School, Glendora High School, and Citrus College (Glendora, CA.).  Married Robbie June, 1969. Children Alan (married 1 child) & Shelly (married). 2002 Retired living in Claremont, CA.

Philip Rinnander’s Bio

After Central went to Drexel and got BA in Finance, MBA from Widener.  Met my wife Martha in Indianapolis while on co-op job from Drexel. Have 3 children and 6 grandchildren. Worked for five different banks in Philadelphia which are all part of Wells Fargo today. In 1995 started own business providing consulting services to community banks and selling investment securities to banks for their investment portfolios. Still working and split time between Media, Pa, Ocean City, NJ and Stuart, Fl.

Paul Douglass’s Bio


Paul H. Douglass, M.D.

After graduating from CHS, I attended Albright College where I majored in both biology and chemistry as a pre-med. student, while also concentrating in German Studies thanks to Dr. Rosenbaum, Mr. Werner and Mr. Gardner. At Albright, I ran cross country for all four years and played baseball as a freshman. It was on to Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia after graduating from Albright in 1966. I studied part of one year at the Royal Infirmary in Glasgow, Scotland. After searching throughout the region, I decided on a rotating internship at York Hospital, still unsure of my ultimate career path. The first rotation was in obstetrics and gynecology, and I enjoyed it so much that it became my career choice. Continue Reading →

Dan Goldberg’s Bio

After getting my Ph.D. in Materials Science from Penn, I worked for 30 years at the Pittsburgh branch of an international industrial corporation (eventually becoming Engineering Manager), and retired in 2005.  But I am so busy now I don’t know how I had time to go to work!  Continue Reading →

Peter Viksnins’s Bio

After graduating from Temple Univ. with a major in biology, I went to Temple Medical, graduating in 1970.

I married Mara, the love of my life (and still is) in 1968.She helped put me thru med school.
I did a straight medicine internship at Brooke Army Med. Center in San Antonio, Texas and then was lucky enough to be assigned to Germany rather than Nam. Continue Reading →

Jol Sprowles ‘s Bio


Princeton University. Played soccer and did lots of dramatics stuff. A.B. in chemistry, magna cum laude, 1966.
Cornell University, inorganic and physical chemistry, Ph.D. 1973.

Married 1968, three children. All have moved to California and are doing well. Three grandchildren and counting. Continue Reading →

William Mullaney’s Bio


Currently, Adjunct Professor Roseman University of Health Sciences, Henderson, NV and Private Investor-Villafranca Investments, alternative investment opportunities.

Founded Ventures Medical Associates, a healthcare venture capital firm, in 1986 in Houston, TX.  VMA invested in 23 companies over 16 year period.  Served as Chairman of the Board for 8 of the companies.  7 of the companies went public and 8 were M&A deals. Continue Reading →

Michael Kean’s Bio

Michael H. Kean (Ph. D. 1972, The Ohio State University),  a retired publishing executive, has lived in California for thirty years. He and his wife, Connie, have been married for 44 years, and have two children and three grandchildren.

They divide their time between their primary residence in Pebble Beach and a second home in the Sierras.

Stewart Bernstein’s Bio

I’m 51 years older and still good-looking. Married to my College sweetheart, Karen, for the last 47 years. (And yes she still is) We adopted two children, Janna (39)and Jared (37). One cute, precocious (What else) grand-daughter Tamsin (7). Senior partner in a Philly law firm. Live in Radnor Pa. And so on…