Jack Caprio – Class of 1949
Worked for famed cartoonist Johnny Hart on “B.C.” and “Wizard of Id.” Jack was the representative for both comic strips and was the go-to person for logos and endorsements. Jack also wrote scripts for two made-for-T.V. shows based on the “B.C.” comic strip.
Cramer Harrington – Class of 1955
A longtime educator, Mr. Harrington worked as a teacher, administrative assistant, assistant superintendent and superintendent throughout his career.
Johnny Hart – Class of 1949 (Posthumous)
Creator of the famed comic strips “B.C.” and “Wizard of Id,” which were published daily in newspapers and magazines throughout the country beginning in 1958 and until his death in 2007. Both comics still continue today.
Acton Ostling, Jr. – Class of 1954
Mr. Ostling was the founder of the U-E band and director of bands at the University of Louisville, Iowa State University, and the University of Maryland.
Richard Ostling – Class of 1958
Mr. Ostling is a journalist and writer who addresses religious topics. He served as a senior correspondent for “Time” magazine for 27 years and as chief religion writer for the Associated Press for eight years.
Jim Santacrose – Class of 1975
Founder of the Joe Santacrose Foundation, an organization founded by Mr. Santacrose in memory of his son Joe. The foundation provides the community with academic and sports scholarships, education on proper hydration, and soccer tournaments throughout the area. He was named Humanitarian of the Year by Community Options New York in 2014.
Kaylie Young – Class of 2004
Dr. Kaylie Young is a senior chemist for The Dow Chemical Company where she is a project leader for the development of new polymer-based water clarifier chemistries.
Union Endicott High School 100 Year Anniversary celebration, Saturday, October 3 started with a parade at 11 a.m., tours of the high school and Fall Festival at Jennie. F. Snapp Middle School, both following the parade, and the football game at 7 p.m., followed by the homecoming dance.