Henry Arneberg was a member of the Class of 1931 of Milford High School. A natural athlete, he starred in basketball, track and baseball, captaining all three teams. In 1935, he earned his bachelor’s degree in health education at East Stroudsburg University, and then called State Teacher’s College, where he was a member of the football and track teams all four years. He was football captain his senior year. His first teaching position was in a one- room school in Dingmans Ferry, PA in 1935. After a year, he was hired to be the physical education teacher at the Greene-Dreher school in Newfoundland, PA. He assumed coaching duties in 1936 and was given the task of organizing a basketball team. His first basketball team had an even record of six wins and six losses, but from that point on, his teams always had winning records. He also coached the baseball team. From 1942-1945, he served as a sergeant in physical training in the US Army Air Forces in Florida and Colorado. On June 6, 1951, he received a Master’s in Education from New York University. He continued teaching health, physical education and science in Newfoundland until the high school was consolidated into the Wallenpaupack Area High School where he taught and coached the golf team until his retirement. In 1995, he was inducted into the Wayne Area Sports Hall of Fame. He was active in community organizations including the American Legion, and the Rotary Club where he served as president. His greatest contributions came as a coach and mentor. Former athletes tell of their admiration and respect for the lessons they learned from him.