Our Alumni: Carmelo Tenuta
The Bradford High School Alumni Association will honor three distinguished alumni, including former UW-Parkside student Carmelo D. Tenuta, Saturday, June 22, at the Kenosha Country Club. He is being honored along with John W. Anderson Sr., and Dennis Filippelli. Tenuta studied pre-medicine at UW-Parkside and completed his physical therapy degree at Northwestern University Medical School. The company he created after returning to Kenosha, Sports Physical Therapy, grew from a single outpatient PT center specializing in orthopedic rehabilitation and prevention to 16 sites in southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois with 240 employees. In 2010, Sports Physical Therapy merged with Accelerated Rehab. He has donated countless hours working with UW-Parkside athletes and a portion of the Sports & Activity Center is named in his honor. The Bradford High School Alumni Association is one of the oldest and largest in the nation. The event begins at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 and the program to follow.