Members A-C

Melvin W. AlldredgeMelvin W. Alldredge, 1928 -- Director Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company; Trustee: John A. Hartford Foundation; Trustee: Committee of Economic Development.





Gordon Byron AllisGordon Byron Allis, 1931
-- A successful businessman, Mr. Allis has been very active in civic organizations. He has also been one of Central’s biggest boosters as he has held season football and basketball tickets since 1926.





Mrs. Albion Fellows Bacon CenterMrs. Albion Fellows Bacon, 1883
 -- Author and internationally known for her work in housing reform.







Joey Victor BarnettJoey Victor Barnett, Ph.D. 1976 --
Made important discoveries concerning the molecules required to properly form the heart and blood vessels. These discoveries are likely to lead to new approaches to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of some of the most common birth defects in children.




Robert F. BauerRobert F. Bauer 1932 --
Assistant Director of Boypower ’76 Development Program (Boy Scouts of America).







Alexander Eichel BrunschwigAlexander Eichel Brunschwig, 1920
-- Internationally known cancer researcher.







Sidney ButterfieldSidney Butterfield, 1917
 -- Active Evansville businessman as president of Smith and Butterfield. Mr. Butterfield has served as Chamber of Commerce President, Retail Merchants Bureau President, head of the United Fund and President of the Associated Retailers of Indiana.




William CarletonWilliam G. Carleton, 1920
-- Professor of Political Science, University of Florida. Much in demand as a public speaker. He has over a hundred articles published in American and world periodicals.






John O. ChewingJohn O. Chewing 1933 --
Under whose guidance student government was initiated in Central High School.







Dr. James L. CliffordDr. James L. Clifford, 1919 --
Professor, author and authority on Dr. Samuel Johnson.





J. Edwin ColeJ. Edwin Cole, 1957 -- President of the Class of 1957. He returned to his alma mater to teach Journalism and Business classes and was also Principal of Central Evening School. In 1963 he was named the Outstanding Distributive Education Teacher in Indiana; in 1968 he was named one of the nation’s top eight High School Journalism teachers by the Wall Street Journal; and, in 2000 he was named the Outstanding Adult Administrator in Indiana.