Our Military

 

 

We want to show our appreciation for our classmates that gave their time, efforts, times away from family and even sacrificed their life to serve our great country, the United States of America.

The words, “Thank You," seems so shallow, but you know you will always have a special place in our hearts for you.  We are proud to call you "friend".

Those served are as follows:

**Deceased

Bob McKinley **

United States Navy

Hugh Ward **

United States Navy

Ronald Brenton   (Retired CWO-3)

United States Army    1968-1992

Starlene Smith Holley

United States Air Force   1974 - 1987

Kurt Dubach

United States Army

Fred Mosqueda **

United States Marines    1968 - 1969 Vietnam

John Martin

United States Navy  1969 - 1973 Vietnam

Gary Fish

United States Army 1971 - 1975 Germany

Dennis Phillips

United States Marine Reserves  1969 - 1975

Ray Hauke

United States Army Reserves

Ray Cushinberry **

United States Army  1968 - 1968

Paul Thomas Gillespie **

United States Army   1970

Bill Tefft

United States Navy

John Olliso

United States Army

Steve Hotchkiss

United States Army  1967 - 1970 Vietnam; Two Tours

Leonard C. Cole **

United States Marine Corps  1969 - 1970 Vietnam

Robert F. Wood **

United States Navy 1968 - 1972

Larry R. Bame **

United States Navy 1969 - 1973

Fred W. Bryant **

United States Navy 1969 - 1977

Larry W. Fox **

United States Navy    

Steven Hite **

United States Civil Air Patrol

Michael G. Humphries **

United States Air National Guard

David K. Frear **

United States Army Reserves 1969-1972

Bob Joy

Navy Reserve 1969-1974  Active Duty 1970-1972

Daniel Connolly**

United States Marine Sargent Active Duty in Viet Nam

 George Ogan

United States Navy  One tour in Viet Nam 1968-1980

Brad Bernhardt

United States Navy

Robert L Cook**

"Special Forces Demolitions Expert"

Germany from 1968-1972

 David Newman**

United States Army

Roy Green

United States Navy  Retired 1970-1990

George Baird

United States Army

Brent Larson

United States Navy Submarines

Jim Hollenbeck

United States Army
1970-1973