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

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Honored Military Alumni

Albert R Steele
Albert R Steele Class of 1950
Air Force, 4 Years
Member of the Air Command
bob gauger
bob gauger Class of 1968
Marine Corps, 4 Years
vietnam in country 1969-1970
Bob Lannen
Bob Lannen Class of 1962
Navy, 4 Years
USN 1963 To 1967
Bob Marliin
Bob Marliin Class of 1958
Air Force, 5 Years
Enlisted in USAF immediately after graduation, basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas, job training at Goodfellow AFB, Texas, assigned to Elmendorf AFB, Alaska as a Radio Traffic Analyst in the USAF Security Service (now called USAF Intelligence Service).
Bruce F. Mundie
Bruce F. Mundie Class of 1954
Air Force, 20+ Years
Graduated Pilot Training, July 1960. Assigned to Pope AFB, NC in C-123 Providers. Three tours to Viet Nam,1961, 1964, 1967. Flew Operation Ranch Hand during one tour in aerial spray operations. Recipient of 8 Air Medals, the Distinguished Flying Cross. Was a founding member of the 7th Air Commando Squadron, Sembach AB, Germany. Assigned to the Strategic Air Command, flying KC-135 tanker at Griffiss AFDB, NY. Then assigned to 8th Air Force, Westover AFB, Massachusetts, 2nd Air Force, Barksdale AFB, Louisiana. Finally at Strategic Air Command, Offutt AFB, Nebraska where I retired.
Calvin P Cerda
Calvin P Cerda Class of 1962
Army, 3 Years
service in vietnam 1966-1967 100% disability due to agent orange
Army, 20+ Years
Charles (Chuck) J. Bastian
Charles (Chuck) J. Bastian Class of 1982
Army, 20+ Years
I retired from the US Army in 2002. During my time in I traveled the world a few times over.
Chip High
Chip High Class of 1957
Air Force, 14 Years
Served as Intelligence/Special Operations officer. Vietnam. Professor of History United States Air Force Academy 1970 to 1975. Disability retired 1977.
Chris Hoak
Chris Hoak Class of 1978
Air Force, 20+ Years
Airborne Reconnaissance
Chris McDonald
Chris McDonald Class of 1991
Air Force, 13 Years
Currently stationed in Germany but Deployed to South West Asia.
Clayton Dewyea
Clayton Dewyea Class of 1968
Army, 20+ Years
Two Active and 30 Reserve, I loved it.
Colleen M. Callahan
Colleen M. Callahan Class of 1960
Air Force, 3 Years
Attended Basic Training and Basic Medical Tech school at Lackland AFB, Texas; Psychiatric Ward Specialist Tech School at Gunter AFB, Alabama and Eglin AFB, Florida; then was stationed at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas for the rest of my military tour.
Craig Langman
Craig Langman Class of 1973
Navy, 20+ Years
27 years in the Navy as a Surface Nuke. Command of two ships: San Jacinto (CG56) and Nicholson (DD982), both out of Norfolk. Lived in Subic Bay, Philippines, San Diego, DC, Millington, TN, Newport, RI, Orlando, FL. Moved 18 times.
Dale Bowes
Dale Bowes Class of 1964
Army, 3 Years
Medic stationed in Karlsruhe Germany
Dale W. Clear
Dale W. Clear Class of 1969
Air Force, 20+ Years
Viet Nam, Panama, Desert Storm
Daniel Charvat
Daniel Charvat Class of 1957
Army, 20+ Years
Old Guard - Arlington, Va; Combat Engineer
Daniel Charvat
Daniel Charvat Class of 1957
Army, 20+ Years
Presidential Honor Guard, 3rd Infantry Combat Engneers
Daniel Charvat
Daniel Charvat Class of 1957
Army, 20+ Years
Presential Honor Guard (The Old Guard) Combat Engineers Instructor
Daniel Charvat
Daniel Charvat Class of 1957
Army, 20+ Years
Presidential Honor Guard (3rd Infantry) Combat Engineers

Classmates Spotlight

Kenmore West High School Classmates

Howard Johnson
Class of '62

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