NEWS & EVENTS
RHS Annual Blue and White Night held on
Saturday, April 27, 2019 at North Hills Country Club was a big success.
Pictures available in Gallery.
The class of 1968 held its 50th year reunion in October at Whitemarsh Valley Country Club.
The occassion was a five hour event, with nearly 200 people in attendance.
The event was filmed, and a DVD is available for purchase.
Please contact Barbara Aldinger Erthal at EDDNBARB@comcast.net if interested.
Class of 1970 50 Year Reunion
Due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus
RHS Class of 1970 is postponing their 50th Reunion, originally scheduled for September 26, 2020.
The RHS Class of 1970 50th Reunion has been rescheduled.
New Date is November 13, 2021 at North Hill Country Club. Save the Date!
We are still looking for classmates current contact
information, so please send to
Scott P. Righter
A beloved alumnus of Roxborough High School has suddenly passed away. Scott Righter has been a mainstay in RHS Alumni organizational activities. He is our alumni Vice President who spear headed RHS graduate scholarship candidate searches. Scott also was instrumental in solving difficult problems that arose during council meetings. He served on many alumni committees. He was loved by all and had a very compassionate personality. He still lived in the Roxborough area and participated in local politics. Scott will be missed by the Alumni board and his friends and family. Below is his obituary provided by Lownes Family Funeral Home.
Scott P. Righter of Roxborough passed away on Monday, June 17, 2019. He was born on August 20, 1962 to Frank P. and Annette (Burke) Righter in Roxborough. Scott was known for his public service in his community. He was also known for his generosity, compassion and devotion to the MANY lives he touched.
After graduating from Roxborough High School in 1980 and Bloomsburg University in 1984, Scott worked for various institutions, including Salisbury School (Connecticut), Chestnut Hill Academy, Bloomsburg University, Hahnemann University and PCOM. Scott was passionate about improving relations among alumni and developing opportunities for future students.
Scott was very active in the Roxborough community, serving as V.P. of the Roxborough High School Alumni Association, judge of elections in his district and involved in the Dearnley Park Civic Association.
Scott is survived by a brother Mark Righter (Jackie Rogalski) and sister Nancy Krug (Tuddy), nephews Jeffrey and John, and loyal dog Cooper. Scott was preceded in death by his parents Frank P. and Annette (Burke) Righter.