Congratulations to Camden County College’s Fred Cappello
Fred was recently inducted into the Monsignor Bonner Hall of Fame Class of 2018. Fred excelled while at Bonner as an All-Delco and All-Catholic Football player before moving on to play at Temple University. After graduating Temple, Fred volunteered his time as the Freshmen Football Coach at Bonner in ’65 and then as the Defensive Coordinator of the Varsity team from ’66 – ’68. Fred dedicated his professional career to teaching and earned a Master Degree in Education from Temple. His career included positions as a teacher at Rutgers University, the Assistant Dean to the President at Camden County College, Director of Vocational Tech. Education at the NJ Dept. of Education and Camden County College Dean of School-College Partnership Programs, where he worked closely w/ public and parochial high schools to provide college level experience to high school students. Fred currently is the Special Asst. to the President at Camden County College. To give you an idea on the type of impact Fred and the “Cappello Effect” can have on people, Fred was nominated for this honor by seven Bonner grads who played football under Fred’s coaching in the 1960’s. Congrats to Fred Cappello, Bonner Class of ’58, Bonner HOF Class of ’18!