Valley Forge High School Alumni

Parma Heights, Ohio (OH)

Alumni Stories

To view the rest of your Valley Forge High School Classmates you must first

Gordon Petrash

Class of 1968

Google Gordon Petrash for verification.

Gordon graduated from CWRU and Kent State University, He also graduated from the Indiana University executive education program. He is a licensed Architect with an impressive portfolio of work accomplished as a Corporate Architect for HK Ferguson and Dow Chemical. Though these early career achievements are impressive, he is most recognized for his pioneering efforts in Intellectual Capital Management as a Global Director ICM at Dow. This work helped propelled Dow Chemical into a leadership position, in its industry, through its creative management of its employees ability to create, protect, and leverage its knowledge assets (Its employees).

He has been recognize in books, academic and business talks, and many articles in significant publications i(e cover story in Fortune Magazine).

Gordon has worked as a leased practice partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, as the Chief Strategist and VP for Delphion (Owned by IBM), and as an independent consultant for PETRASHWILLIAMSON Consulting.

Gordon has recognized by Universities and Corporations with awards and as a lecturer.

The best approach to understanding Gordon's Work and haw he has been recognized as global pioneer of ICM, Knowledge Management, and Intellectual Asset Management.

Military Alumni

Military High School Alumni

Honoring Our Heroes

This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!

Lost Class Rings

Have you lost your Valley Forge High School class ring? Have you found someone's class ring? Visit our Patriots lost class ring page to search for your class ring or post information about a found ring.

Do you have a fun holiday story or a great family tradition? Share them with our fellow Valley Forge High School alumni! Submit your own stories, achievements and photos in our Alumni Stories section. Read other classmate’s stories and see what they have been up to over the years.

Happy Holidays!