Military Alumni

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

Honored Military Alumni

Charles Appling
Charles Appling Class of 1982
Army, 15 Years
I've been serving in the US Army for the past 15 years. As of right now I am a Sergeant First Class E-7. I work in the Avaition field on the AH-64D. I am currently stationed in Germany, come Oct 10 2010 I will be in MI.
Christopher Williams
Christopher Williams Class of 1999
Marine Corps, 7 Years
SGT Williams has served 4 years in the United States Marine Corps, and continues to serve as a Combat Medic in the United States Army. He is happily married and resides in Northern Va.
Dave Lindstrom
Dave Lindstrom Class of 1962
Army, 3 Years
1965 to 1968. Spent one year in Vietnam, 1966/7.
jack wolverton
jack wolverton Class of 1962
Marine Corps, 12 Years
undersea weapons tech.
Jason A Mitchell
Jason A Mitchell Class of 1995
National Guard, 14 Years
6 years active duty US Navy 8 years Army Natl Guard 3 tours of duty in Iraq
Maureen Reagan Barr
Maureen Reagan Barr Class of 1984
Army, 20+ Years
Served 3 1/2 yrs Active Duty last 22 yrs National Guard and still serving. Have reached the rank of Sergeant Major. Will retire hopefully in 2017.
Norman S. Stahl
Norman S. Stahl Class of 1960
Marine Corps, 20+ Years
USMCR 1960 -1966 completed service as Sgt (E5) > Active Duty 1966 -1988 completed 22-years active service as Lt. Colonel.

Classmates Spotlight

Central High School Classmates

Kyle Valley
Class of '99

Alumni Stories

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School News

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