Columbus High School Alumni

Columbus, Wisconsin (WI)

Military Alumni

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

Honored Military Alumni

Keith Kaleas
Keith Kaleas
Class of 1987
Army, 4 Years

Boot camp Ft. dix , NJ
Trade School: Aberdeen Proving Grounds Edgewood Arsenal, MD
stationed in Kitzigen, Germany D. Co. 703SBM 3ID 2yrs.
Stateside: Ft. Stewart, GA 2yrs. 724SBM 24th ID

Honorable Discharge: E-4(p)
Rick Leistikow
Rick Leistikow
Class of 1978
Army, 20+ Years

Graduated from basic in 1978 as a combat engineer 12B.
My stateside assignments were in Ft Devens, MA., Ft. Leonard Wood, MO., Ft. Carson, CO., Ft. Benning, GA., and Ft Bragg, NC.
My overseas assignments were in South Korea, West Germany, Italy, Kuwait and Iraq.
My military education included all NCOES through the First Sergeant's course. Addition schools included Basic Airborne School, Jumpmaster School, Ranger School, Air Assault School, Sapper School, Mountain Warfare School, and the Drill Sergeant Academy.
Participated in Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Operation Provide Comfort with an additional tour in Iraq.
Retired in 1998 as a First Sergeant in the 82nd Airborne Division.

Classmates Spotlight

Columbus High School Classmates

Penny Frisch
Class of '88

Alumni Stories

High School Alumni Stores

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School News

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Our Columbus High School military alumni are some of the most outstanding people we know and this page recognizes them and everything they have done! Not everyone gets to come home for the holidays and we want our Columbus High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in Columbus are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!