Dr. James Campi (1959)
Dr. Campi played on Parma’s first Lake Erie League championship football team. He was voted “Mr. Parma High” by his classmates. He practiced dentistry in the Army from 1967-69 and private practice in Indiana from 1969 through 1996. He is renowned for his missionary and humanitarian work, which involved the establishment of a dental clinic in Tegucigalpa, Honduras in 2004. The clinic is self-funded through donations and is staffed by a rotating array of dentists and assistants from throughout the United States who give freely of their time and talents.
Darlene Wendell DeMarco (1963)
Darlene worked for the Parma School Employees Credit Union for twenty-five years, most notably as a loan supervisor and manager of the four locations of the PECU in the county. She also served as Chairperson of the Board of Directors of the PSECU. She has devoted countless hours to community service in affiliation with Parma Community Hospital, CBS (Community, Business, Schools Committee), and the School Bank Savings Program for elementary students. Darlene has given her time and talent to the Parma High School Alumni Association for more than twenty-five years.
Edward Vittardi (1980)
Edward is held in high regard as a school administrator and supporter of community organizations. As a teacher, counselor, building administrator, and superintendent, Edward has championed the cause of education in several communities and across the state of Ohio. His participation in and leadership of professional organizations, community service, and his church is extensive. He has been recognized as Ohio Middle School Association Educator of the Year, Ohio Middle School Administrator of the Year and National Middle School Association Distinguished Educator. Edward currently serves as Superintendent of the North Royalton School District.