Asbury Park High School Distinguished Alumni Honored at Gala at Berkeley Carteret -
"Chance favors the prepared mind," Reginald Fenter, executive with Kraft
Foods, Class of '67
Asbury Park High School Distinguished Alumni Honored at Gala at Berkeley Carteret - "Chance favors the prepared mind," Reginald Fenter, executive with Kraft Foods, Class of '67
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Shown- Asbury Park Technical Academy of Dance, the dancers before their performance, council candidates Louise Murray, a former council member, and incumbent council member Ed Johnson, Mon. Cty. Freeholder Bill Barnes, Sebastian (Sam) and Henry Vaccaro, whose late father, Sebastian Vaccaro, M.D. (Class of '26) was honored, and council candidate Stu Kopperweis, Policeman Gene Dello and co-worker Lisa Smith, J. Joseph Frankel (Class of '58) retired VP and NJ counsel for Prudential Insurance Co., and former mayor of Eatontown, and wife, former council candidate and a commissioner of the AP Housing Authority Rudolph Pierre, Sam and daughter Olivia Vaccaro Brangan, The Palmer Jenkins Trio with Lady Laranah Phipps, Honorees Paul F. Agris, PhD (Class of '62) professor and head of biochemistry dept. at North Carolina State Univ., Susan Einhorn Whyman (Class of '55) current Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in London, Rozetta Wilmore-Schaeffer, PhD, (Class of '59) chair of the psychology, pathology and mental health sequence at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva Univ., attorney Tommy DeSeno and friends, Mrs. Burrell, mother of Michele R. Burrell (Class of '82) honored for founding the Asbury Park Technical Academy of Dance, with granddaughter Georgette Destiny Burrell. (Some people you hear on the tape are not pictured here. The sound gets weak at one point but comes back, so hang in there. Also, Carl Williams, who conceived and produces these wonderful events, was moving too fast for the camera to catch him.)