Honoring Our Heroes
This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!
Lost Class Rings
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Honored Military Alumni
Arturo Marquez Class of 1961
Air Force, 4 Years I was in the Air Force and stationed in Izmir, Turkey from 1962 to 1963 at Cigle Air Base - during the Cuban crisis. I got to lived in the city of Izmir at the Nato Bldg in Communications -funny I ran into the girl I took to the Senior Prom in a army uniform her named was Donna from Class of 62 we had a good laugh over that .. who knew -- my last year I was stationed at March Air Forbe base in Riverside, CA- that last year I went to Honolulu, Oahu to Hickham AFB and fell in love with Hawaii - joining the military at the time was the best move I ever made and life is good, Aloha.
Bob Callison Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years 28th United States Army Band, Fort Ord, CA trumpet, and Company Clerk
David Geasland Class of 1969
Army, 2 Years Graduated in June, entered Army in July, and in Viet Nam in December. All 1969. 69 and 70 were crazy years. Somehow I made it.
Duke Murphy Class of 1980
Navy, 20+ Years Naval Flight Officer; Operation Southern Watch, Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom
Edward J Skurdahl Class of 1971
Air Force, 12 Years Fuel Specialist Stationed at George AFB CA, Mildenhall England, March AFB CA, Zweibrucken AFB Germany, March AFB CA. Now live in Fort Smith Arkansas
Gary Crandall Class of 1974
National Guard, 20+ Years Service included the Persian Gulf War
Jean Seaman Anderson Class of 1966
Army, 3 Years Communication Center Specialist Ft. Ritchie, MD
Jim Wheyland Class of 1958
Marine Corps, 8 Years Who says that military recruiters mislead the young men they seek to recruit? I asked the recruiter, “What can the Marine Corps do for me?” “Give you a rifle and a hard time,” he said. I asked the recruiter, “What are the chances of going overseas?” “There are just two kinds of Marines,” he said, “Those that are going and those that are coming back.” And so it was from San Diego to Quantico; to Swamp LeJeune; to Camp Pendleton; to Camp Smith; to Okinawa; to the Westchester County; to Chu Lai; to Da Nang; to Camp Pendleton; and some exotice climes and places on the way. Semper Fi, Hermanos
Joseph R. Nix Class of 1954
Marine Corps, 20+ Years Joined in Dec. 1954 Worked in Communications, Signal Intelligence and Electronic Warfare. Retired with the rank of Captain.
LIsa Nottoli Class of 1979
Air Force, 20+ Years Enlisted in June, 1980, retired as a MSgt (E-7), in July of 2000.
ralph perez Class of 1981
Marine Corps, 4 Years customs agent transportation spec body bagger
Robin (Wall) Pearson Class of 1978
Army, 4 Years Military Police Missouri, California, Germany
ron schaffhauser Class of 1969
Air Force, 20+ Years usaf ret msgt armaent sytems currently serving as a armament systems technician on the f-22 raptor
Sara Lulow Class of 1985
Army, 19 Years First Sergeant
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Death Notification: Vicky (Walters) Koch, Class 1967
To Whom It May Concern: I regret to announce the passing of my wife of 42 years, Vicky Dianne (Walters) Koch, on 10 Apri...