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

Honored Military Alumni

Chuck Johnson
Chuck Johnson Class of 1947
Marine Corps, 4 Years
Gary Peters
Gary Peters Class of 1964
Navy, 4 Years
Drafted in the Army and entered the Navy for a year of schooling. 18 months in Viet Nam aboard the USS Perkins DD877. GQ 50 caliber. Graduated in 1964 from EHS. After service attended Chadron State College and the University of Nebraska Kearney. Activities: Eagle football, Majors club, Letter club, Dorm Director for Alpha Z Delta house. Go Moguls.....Hit me up on facebook. Living in Angola, Indiana.
Jay Victoria (Eberle) Graves
Jay Victoria (Eberle) Graves Class of 1963
National Guard, 20+ Years
4 Years Active Duty Navy 5 Years Naval Reserves 23 Years New York Army National Guard
Joseph H. Raby
Joseph H. Raby Class of 1961
Navy, 20+ Years
U. S. Navy. Served on board various ships and naval stations from October 1961 thru October 1991 to include duty during the Vietnam war, and Operation Desert Storm. Attained the rank of Chief Warrant Officer 4 before retiring.
Richard Lolley
Richard Lolley Class of 1962
Navy, 4 Years
Served 1962-1966 all in California. Never stepped aboard a ship.
Ron Schoenthal
Ron Schoenthal Class of 1969
Navy, 20+ Years
20 years of service including 4 years Air Force and 16 years USN Submarine Service. Currently living in Spearfish, SD

Classmates Spotlight

Edgemont High School Classmates

Neil Neil Khaner
Class of '78

Alumni Stories

Read and submit stories about our classmates from Edgemont High School, post achievements and news about our alumni, and post photos of our fellow Moguls.

School News

False death notice

To paraphrase Mark Twain, The news of Linda Griffis Parsons death has been greatly exaggerated.
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