George Wythe High School Alumni

Wytheville, Virginia (VA)

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!

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Honored Military Alumni

al robertson
al robertson
Class of 1966
Marine Corps, 10 Years

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Darrell Pickett
Darrell Pickett
Class of 1966
Army, 20+ Years

U.S. Army 30 years with duty in Korea DMZ, Vietnam, Cambodia. Retired as Colonel
David Huddle
David Huddle
Class of 1982
Army, 15 Years

Served from 1990 to 2005. My tours took me to Germany, Ft Knox KY, Ft Campbell KY, Korea and Hawaii. I continue to serve as a civilian. I'm currently the Chief of Human Resources for Army Recruiting in Seattle WA.
Don Miller
Don Miller
Class of 1961
Navy, 8 Years

RM1/IT1 10th Naval District HQ, San Juan, PR
Ship/shore communications with the surface fleet and HiCom Tape Relay Center, Sabana Seca, PR.
Eric Horton
Eric Horton
Class of 1989
Army, 16 Years

Served in the US Army from 1994 to present.
Eric Horton
Eric Horton
Class of 1989
Army, 16 Years

Served in the US Army from 1994 to present. Enlsited in 1994 as a Private First Class. I continued in the enlisted ranks until 2001 as a Staff Sergeant when I completed Officer Candidate School. I am currently a Captain at Fort Polk, LA.
Greg Selfe
Greg Selfe
Class of 1988
Army, 8 Years

Desert Storm veteran, or should I say Gulf War version 1.0 since there has been a few since then. Served 8 years in the Infantry, did 4 years in Ft. Stewart and 4 in Ft. Campbell. Got out and stayed in TN were I call home.
James Ronald (Ron) Bedwell
James Ronald (Ron) Bedwell
Class of 1961
Air Force, 4 Years

Enlisted Jan. 1964. Served as Aerospace Medical Tech. with the Military Airlift Command. Achieved flying status during the last 3 years of service. Separated with rank of Sgt. in Dec. 1967
Jay Kitts
Jay Kitts
Class of 1979
Army, 20+ Years

Currently serving in Iraq
316th ESC
Working with the Iraqi Security Forces
Junior Rogers
Junior Rogers
Class of 1959
Army, 20+ Years

Retired with 22 years of Active service
MSG E-8
Dateo of Retirement April 1, 1980
Junior Rogers
Junior Rogers
Class of 1959
Army, 20+ Years

Served with Stratcom, 24th Inf Div, 101 Airbone Vietnam, Area Communication chief at Ft. Ritchie MD. Asst Area Commander for Maryland Deleware and Virginia. Retired with 22 years
of Active service April 1, 1980. Worked last 30 years at Grubb Funeral Home
Mike Rutledge
Mike Rutledge
Class of 1988
Army, 19 Years

M1 Tank Mechanic. Iraq 3 times and counting. LIFER
NANCY (SHUMATE) GRAVES
NANCY (SHUMATE) GRAVES
Class of 1973
Army, 4 Years

Served 4 1/2 years as Military Police. 2 years in Augsburg Germany and 2 years at Ft Bliss Texas
NANCY GRAVES
NANCY GRAVES
Class of 1973
Army, 4 Years

MILITARY POLICE IN AUGSBURG GERMANY AND FT BLISS TEXAS
Ron (Ronnie) Bedwell
Ron (Ronnie) Bedwell
Class of 1961
Air Force, 4 Years

Joined USAF January 1964. Served with the Military Airlift Command until December 1967.
William M. Cooper Jr.
William M. Cooper Jr.
Class of 1962
Army, 20+ Years

Joined USAR in Wytheville in 1965. Began as E-1 in an combat engineer unit. Unit was changed to a training unit about 4 years later. Served as a drill sergeant and later was made a First Sergeant until I retired in 1994.

Classmates Spotlight

George Wythe High School Classmates

Marcy Jones
Class of '91

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Our George Wythe 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 George Wythe High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in Wytheville are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!