Other Graduates with Distinguished Careers

If you have information about a SPHS alumnus whose career, education, community service and achievements deserve notice here, please send the information to David Taylor at dtaylor@bcps.org. It is certainly appropriate to send information about yourself.

The Distinguished Pointers are listed by graduating class.

Class of 1998

Rebecca (Iman) Domico
Education: BS in Biology from the College of Notre Dame (as a Morrissy Scholar), BS in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University,
Masters in Nursing from the University of Maryland
Career: Nurse Practitioner at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore

Class of 1979

Raymond S. Rudacille
Education: JD degree
Career: Lawyer with office in Edgemere

Class of 1976

Henry Long, Jr.
Education: BS in Sports Management from West Virginia University (full scholarship)
College Honors: Most Valuable Player at WVU soccer. NCAA national soccer tournament
Career: Entrepreneur. He started his own window cleaning company, Skyclean, Inc., providing jobs for 30 employees.
Community: Youth soccer coach in the Perry Hall-White Marsh area.
Other Noteworthy: Henry was featured in a USA Today article about the successful Over-30 Men's Soccer team that he coached and led to nation finals a few years in a row.

Class of 1976

Richard Altvater
Education: BS in Chemical Engineering from Virgina Tech
Career: Chemical Engineer for the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company; promoted multiple times--from entry level chemical engineer to Section Head to Chemist-Tech Team Leader for Quality Control to Tech Team Leader to Q Tech Manager to Team Leader for Design Standard to Regional Q Tech Manager to Manager of Global Product Performance and Industry Standards.

Class of 1970

Richard Evans
Career: Manager at Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant for BG Electric; precision machinist at Bethlehem Steel
Community: volunteers service for the United Way, Virginia Highland Community College Foundation, and Rotary International

Class of 1967

Kenneth Hittel
Education: B.A., Philosophy, Notre Dame University of British Columbia, Canada; M.A. Philosophy and Economics Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, The New School University, New York NY; Ph.D., Philosophy and Political Science, Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, The New School University, New York NY.
Career: Elected Executive Officer, Vice President in Charge of Corporate Internet, New York Life Insurance Company, retired 2012.

Class of 1958

Harry Schriver
Education: BS in Secondary Education from Towson State College, graduate studies at Loyola College
Career: English and Social Studies teacher, English Department Chairman (Dundalk Junior High, Sparrows Point Middle/Senior High, Overlea High), curriculum writer for Baltimore County Public Schools, Challenge Grant Coordinator and Magnet Program Coordinator for Chesapeake High School, Towson University adjunct staff member mentoring Egyptian English teachers
Community: Founding member of the SPHS Alumni Association
Awards: Outstanding Young Educator Award from the Dundalk Jaycees; Honorary Life Membership tot the Maryland Congress of Parents and Teachers by the Dundalk PTSA; Good Fellow Award by the Baltimore County Student Council

Class of 1955

Harold "Butch" Wills
Career: Employed for 44 years at Thompson Steel
Community: President, Vice President of Advocate of the Edgemere Senior Center; participant int he Baltimore County Department of Aging 5K run and walk; planner and volunteer in the North Point Park's Fishing Derby (a program for children 5-15); volunteer host for a summer camp for minority church groups; member of Baltimore County Association of Senior Citizens; member of Todds Inheritance; member of Wells McComas VFW; member of Patapsco Lodge 183 AM & FM Masons; board member for Back River Restoration; member of the Edgemere Rec Council; manager of little league teams and women's teams in the Housewife League
Awards: Maryland Senior Citizens Hall of Fame 2007; Greater Dundalk Sports Hall of Fame 2009; President's Call to Service Award and the President's Volunteer Service Award from President George W. Bush; awards from Governor O'Malley and County Executive Jim Smith in recognition for 1,000 hours of volunteer work at a high level of service.
Military: U.S. Army 1958 and 1959, sergeant

Class of 1946

Richard W. McJilton
Education: Attended college at Western Maryland and the University of Baltimore
Career: Insurance agent for Nationwide Insurance Company
Community: Charter President of the Dundalk Jaycees; President of the Maryland Jaycees; National Vice President for the US Jaycees; President of St. Rita's Home School Association; President of the Dundalk Community College Foundation; President of the Rotary Club of Dundalk; President of the Dundalk Association of Business; President of the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce; member of the Baltimore County Planning Board, the Miller's Island Business Committee, the Dundlak VFW, the Dundalk-Patapsco Neck Historical Society, the Inquiry Committee of Attorney Grievance Commission.
Awards:Lifetime Achievement Award from the Dundalk Chamber of Commerce; Dundalk Citizen of the Year 1984; Dundalk Soccer Hall of Fame; Dundalk Sports Hall of Fame; Paul Harris Fellowship fromt he Dundalk Jaycees; Outstanding Young Man of America by the US Jaycees
Military: U.S Army squad leader during the occupation of Japan during World War II
Other Notable: Played in the first Steel Bowl Game

Class of 1944

Raymond G. Pluemer (deceased)
Career: Founding principal of Eastern Vocational-Technical High School

Class of 1943

Steve S. Takos, Sr.
Career: Veterans Hospital Officer (Deputy Fair Employment Officer, Public Relations Officer; Narcotics Inspector and Civil Defense Director); Veterans' Administration Baltimore Medical Center radio director, Director of Volunteer Services; Fort Howard Veteran's Hospital athletic director.
Community: Volunteer at North Point Park, doing restoration projects and serving as a guide; President of Maryland Council of Directors of Volunteer Services; President of the Senior Group of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Highlandtown; organizer of sports programs for children in Chesapeake Terrace and Jones' Creek communities.
Military: U.S. Navy during World War II, served in jungles in New Guinea for 2 1/2 years, then stationed in Washington D.C.

Class of 1941

Bernard Coberly
Education: MEd from the College of William and Mary
Career: Pastor; elementary school teacher and principal; President of the Virginia Association of School Executives
Community: Kiwanis Club President; District Commissioner of the Tidewater Council of Boy Scouts of America; President of Portsmouth Executives Club; Sunday School teacher and superintendent
Awards: Who's Who in American Education
Military: purser on tankers during World War II
Other Notable: Made mahogany bookcase and computer desks for legal offices in the World Trade Center in Norfolk, Virginia; rebuilt two Model T Fords