Disclaimer: Although every effort has been made to assure PSH Alumni that their
privacy will be maintained on the member directory, lists, and web directory; the
PSH Alumni Association and its officers cannot be held liable for any unlawful use
of the information contained in the directories. The PSH Alumni Association shall
be held harmless in any litigation and may not be held to indemnify because of such
A librarian that helped in opening many of the local and regional libraries around
Robert Emfield 1959
Founded men’s clothing line: Tommy Bahama and restaurants
Gene Filipow 1957
A local volunteer who has devoted thousands of hours as the treasurer of the PSHAA,
Partners in Education and Holy Trinity church. He has been volunteering at these
organizations for over 30 years.
Neil Hamaday 1963
He is and entrepreneur and philanthropist who is president of Capital Image Inc.
and a decorated Vietnam veteran. He has provided many $2000 scholarships to PSH students.
Neil (Geraldo) Giraldo 1973
Neil is a professional Rock and Roll guitarist. He has played for many famous bands
and currently performs in concert with Pat Benetar, his wife.
Alan Ruck 1974
Renowned movie, television, and stage actor. He was Cameron in Ferris Buhler’s Day
Off and Stewart in Spin City (television sit-com).
Joseph Sadie 1962
A 43- year distinguished career in the Cleveland Police Department where he served
as Commander of the Third District and was involved in Police/Community relations
programs. Started the program, Cops for Kids.
Anti-Bullying initiatives are year-round. The district-wide program at PCSD is a
collaboration between administration, the Parma Area Family to Family Collaborative,
our school buildings, parents and community organizations. In addition, each school
building conducts various anti-bullying programs throughout the year. These include
assemblies, red-ribbon weeks, and other initiatives including community events such
as Rachel’s Challenge and the Empowerment Rally held at the PCSD Hanna Building in
November. Learn about the Positive Behavior Intervention Supports program guiding
• Bullying Report Hotline: 440-886-7630
• Online Reporting via email.
• Students are also encouraged to make Verbal Reports to any PCSD staff member.
These hotlines are anonymous. Please be prepared to provide the following information
so that we can help you best:
1) Explain the incident or problem
2) Where did the incident take place?
3) Who was involved?
4) Which schools do the individuals attend?
Thank you for doing your part to STOP BULLYING in our schools.