Honoring Our Heroes
This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!
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Honored Military Alumni
Al Scarpine Class of 1967
Air Force, 20+ Years B-52 and FB-111 Navigator Aircraft Maintenance Officer Maintenance Squadron Commander Deputy Group Commander
ALFRED W. BROCIOUS Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years VIETNAM SERVICE , ARMY, 1ST LT, ARTILLERY FORWARD OBSERVER, PURPLE HEART
Bob Gates Class of 1974
Army, 7 Years Military Police Corp. and Chaplains Corp.
Bob Hian Class of 1965
Marine Corps, 4 Years S. Sgt. who served one year in vietnam as a helicopter gunner. Received numerous medals including the Purple Heart in sevice to his country.
Christopher Kreiler Class of 1965
Coast Guard, 20+ Years Coast Guard Helicopter Pilot and Major System Acquistion Project Manager
Chuck Coleman Class of 1968
Army, 20+ Years United States Military Academy, West Point, NY 1968-72. US Army Intelligence, 1972-1977. Ohio Army National Guard, 1978-2002. Retired. Colonel, Corps of Engineers.
Doug Dobransky Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years served in Viet Nam
George Bender Class of 1965
Air Force, 20+ Years USAF Aerial Rating Navigator Crewed on C-130E South East Asia and KC-135A Rickenbacker AFB, Ohio
James W. Jones Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years Served in Viet Nam
Jim Brown Class of 1963
Coast Guard, 20+ Years Served in personnel administration, training and Merchant Marine Safety. Was stationed at places like Cape May NJ, New York, London England, Petaluma CA, New Orleans, and Willmington, NC. Retired 9/85.
John Vukovich Class of 1968
Army, 4 Years Military Police Special Operations
Len Marucci Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years Served in Viet Nam, Germany for 6 months.
LEONARD MARUCCI Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years SERVIED IN VIET NAM
Niholas Mitovich Jr Class of 1968
Navy, 6 Years Avistion Boatswain's Mate Second Class Petty Officer, served aboard the U.S.S. Saratoga (CVA60) from 12 JUN 70 until 4 DEC 73; made two Med Cruises, One Westpac; served in the Waist Catapults in evry billet including the Waist Catapult Chief during the Westpac in the Gulf of Tonlkin and South Pacific.
Richard Lee Powell Class of 1965
Navy, 2 Years THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY Washington The President of the United States, takes pride in presenting the NAVY CROSS posthumously to: HOSPITALMAN RICHARD L. POWELL UNITED STATES NAVY for service as set forth in the following: CITATION: For extraordinary heroism on the morning of 29 August 1968 while serving as Corpsman with Company "L", Third Battalion, Seventh Marines, First Marine Division in connection with operations against enemy aggressor forces in the Republic of Vietnam. Hospitalman Powell's platoon was moving with Company M of the Third Battalion to establish a blocking position near Hill 55 southwest of DaNang when the lead elements of the company received intense hostile sniper fire. As Hospitalman Powell's unit maneuvered across a large field in an attack on the enemy's flank, the Marines came under a heavy volume of automatic weapons fire delivered from three sides by a large North Vietnamese Army force, and sustained numerous casualties. With complete disregard for his own safety, Hospitalman Powell unhesitatingly rushed forward and commenced treating the wounded men. During the ensuing fire fight, he fearlessly maneuvered about the fire-swept terrain from one injured man to another and, on several occasions, moved dangerously close to the hostile emplacements to assist casualties. Although struck by enemy machine-gun fire which immobilized one of his arms, he ignored his painful injuries as he steadfastly continued to render life- sustaining first aid to his fallen comrades. Observing a casualty who lay within fifteen meters of an enemy machine-gun position, Hospitalman Powell fearlessly advanced into the hazardous area and was mortally wounded by hostile fire while providing vital medical treatment to the injured Marine. By his outstanding initiative, personal valor, and sincere concern for the welfare of his comrades, Hospitalman Powell served to inspire all who observed him, succeeded in saving the lives of numerous Marines, and upheld the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service. For the President, Secretary of the Navy
Robert Cruickshank Class of 1965
Navy, 4 Years Quartermaster second class, served aboard the USS Chikaskia (AO-54) and USS Truckee (AO-147).
Robert Whitaker Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years Served in Gernany (71-73) as part of the NATO forces. Performed maintenance on nuclear weapon warheads for numeros missile systems deployed through out Germany.
Ron Shimko Class of 1976
Marine Corps, 10 Years USMC 1978-1983 Marine Helicopter Squadron One ("Marine One"), Quantico, VA and Washington, D.C. USMCR 1983-1988 Co. G 3/25 Akron, OH
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