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 Graham High School class ring? Have you found someone's class ring? Visit our G-men lost class ring page to search for your class ring or post information about a found ring.
Honored Military Alumni
DONALD E. KIDD Class of 1959
Air Force, 4 Years Served both in security and base police officer. O
Douglas Edward Cannaday Class of 1966
Air Force, 20+ Years Aircraft maintenance: C-123K, C-7A, VC-118A, VT-29B. Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Maintenance Minuteman III. Vietnam veteran; retired 1994 as E-8 after 26 years service.
Dr. Joshua Compton Class of 1992
Army, 20+ Years 21 years of active duty service with overseas tours in Afghanistan and South Korea. Retired field grade officer from active duty service in 2015. Currently residing and practicing anesthesia in Coastal North Carolina
George Edward Boothe, Sr. Class of 1968
Marine Corps, 2 Years Served in Vietnam War. Wounded on two separate occasions, awarded two Purple Hearts along with several othe medals. Died at age 52 of massive heart attack.
Jame J palmr IV Class of 2002
Army, 3 Years INTELL
Maynard Jessee Class of 1960
Air Force, 20+ Years Contracting Officer retired as Master Sergeant
Randolph W. Walker Class of 1958
Army, 20+ Years Ret. SGM, Field Artillery & Air Defense Artillery.
Ronald E. Tickle Class of 1957
Air Force, 20+ Years Six and a half years active duty. Fifteen years Air National Guard.
William Rodney Bailey Class of 1993
Army, 16 Years Enlisted right after I graduated. Been in for 16 years and still going. Got back from Afghanistan a year ago. Love my job and serving my country. If you wanna know more, look me up on Facebook.
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