Larue County High School Alumni

Hodgenville, Kentucky (KY)

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

Catherine Fahling
Catherine Fahling
Class of 1986
Air Force, 20+ Years

Colonel Catherine Fahling, Judge Advocate General
Darrell G. Ragland
Darrell G. Ragland
Class of 1972
Army, 3 Years

Infantry and Military Police. Boy, did I make a mistake! I should've joined the Air Force!
David Ross
David Ross
Class of 1981
Air Force, 10 Years

Served in the 552nd AWACS at Tinker AFB, OK.
David Ross
David Ross
Class of 1981
Air Force, 10 Years

Aircraft Maintenance team Leader and Dock Controller.
Weapons Systems controller
Maintenance controller
Donald E. McCoy
Donald E. McCoy
Class of 1974
Navy, 6 Years

Radioman 2nd class: Boot camp at US Naval Training Center Great Lakes, Il. July 14, 1975 to September, 1975. Was stationed on USS Julius A. Furer FFG6 out of Charleston, S.C. September, 1975 to July, 1976. Station Naval Service School Command San Diego, Ca. July, 1976 to Feb., 1977, Radioman "A" school and International Morse Code "C" school. Stationed NavFac Cape Hatteras, Buxton, N
C. Feb. 1977 to July 1979. US Navy Reserves Louisville, Ky. assigned to USS Emory S. Land AS 36 out of Norfplk, VA. July, 1979 to July 1981. Honoranle discharge.
James David Roarx
James David Roarx
Class of 1980
Army, 12 Years

I went into the US Army in September 1980. My Basic Training and Advanced Individual Training at Ft Jackson SC I went to Germany in March 1981 to August 1982 I was at Fort Sam Houston TX until September 1983 I went into the US Army Reserves fron October 1983 to July 1992 at Fort Knox, KY
John E. Lobb
John E. Lobb
Class of 1981
Navy, 20+ Years

Commander, USN (Ret)
JOHN E. LOBB

Commander John E. Lobb was born 28 July 1963. He was raised in Magnolia, Kentucky. He attended the United States Naval Academy and graduated in May of 1986 with a Bachelors of Science in Ocean Engineering. He selected Surface Warfare in his fourth year.

Following Graduation from USNA was an Assistant Football Coach for USNA Varsity Football team until November of 1986. He attended the Surface Warfare Offices School for Division Officers in San Diego, CA. His first ship was USS LYNDE MCCORMICK (DDG-8), a 1200-psi steam ship in San Diego, CA. During his first tour he complete one and half deployments including hostilities of PRAYING MANTIS in the Persian Gulf in 1988. He served as Gunnery Officer and Boilers Officer while onboard. He completed SWO qualification in ten months onboard.

In November of 1989 Commander Lobb transferred to Fleet Combat Training Center, Pacific in San Diego, CA. While instructing in the Tactical Action Officer, and Enlisted Tactical Action Courses he received the designation of Master Training Specialist.

In November 1992 he attended the SWO department Head School. He reported in May of 1993 as Chief Engineer on the USS PRINCETON (CG-59). PRINCETON stationed in Long Beach, CA. Commander Lobb completed two deployments to the Persian Gulf in 1993 and 1995 in a 37-month tour. He then reported to the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA in the July of 1996 where he earned a Master of Science in Financial Management.

In February of 1998, Commander Lobb reported to the staff of Commander, Cruiser-Destroyer Group Twelve for duty as Assistant Maritime Operations. He deployed with the ENTERPRISE (CVN-65) Battle Group in 1999 to the Mediterranean Sea and Persian Gulf, which included hostilities of DESERT FOX in December of 1999.

In June of 2000 Commander Lobb reported for duty as Executive Officer, Assault Craft Unit TWO. He completed his XO tour in December of 2001. He then reported as Flag Secretary for CNSG TWO from January 2002 until February 2004. He reported for duty as Executive Officer of Naval Station Mayport in May 2004.

His decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal two awards, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal six awards, the Combat Action Ribbon, the Navy Unit Commendation, and various campaign ribbons and medals.

John retired from the Navy in NOV 2007 and joined TSM Corporation, assuming a role as the Navy's BRAC Program Manger for the Southeast region of the UNITED STATES (Texas to South Carolina). Hobbies include GOLF, swimming and working out. He has one daughter, Elise who is sixteen years old.
Justin Lafollette
Justin Lafollette
Class of 2003
Army, 6 Years

Freshman and sophomore at LaRue county, then he transferred
Kevin Macy
Kevin Macy
Class of 1986
Marine Corps, 11 Years

Kevin served 11 years in the Marines. He was stationed in Japan for one year and was in Honduras during his time served.
Lanny Atherton
Lanny Atherton
Class of 1966
Air Force, 4 Years

Aircrafrt flight engineer. 3 years stateside
1 year Vietnam
Lanny R. Atherton
Lanny R. Atherton
Class of 1966
Air Force, 4 Years

1968-72 Aircraft Mech, inspector, Flight engineer, tour in Viet Nam 70-71. 4 years
Michael Butler
Michael Butler
Class of 1983
Air Force, 4 Years

Stationed in Texas, Mississippi and Ohio.
Michelle (Hicks) Boettcher
Michelle (Hicks) Boettcher
Class of 1996
Army, 4 Years

U.S. Army Military Police
Michelle Hicks
Michelle Hicks
Class of 1996
Army, 4 Years

Military Police officer '97-'01
Michelle Hicks Boettcher
Michelle Hicks Boettcher
Class of 1996
Army, 4 Years

Served 4.5 years as a Military Police officer. My duty stations included Ft. McClellan, Al., Ft. Huachuca, Az, Camp Carroll, South Korea and Ft. Campbell, Ky. Was discharged in 2001 as a Spec./E-4 and more reside in Collinsville, Il. with my husband, whom I met while we were both serving in Ft. Huachuca.
Randy Edwards
Randy Edwards
Class of 1980
Army, 23 Years

US Army Chaplain (Retired)
Raymond E. Ogg, II
Raymond E. Ogg, II
Class of 1999
Army, 6 Years

Began career as M1 Tank crewman, reclassed in 2007 as a Combat Medic. Two OIF tours completed.
SFC Ross P. Price
SFC Ross P. Price
Class of 1983
Army, 20+ Years

Joined the Army right after high school presently stationed at Fort Knox instructing Marines how to be Tankers. I have traveled to Europe and the Middle East for tours of duty and have no plans to retire until after 2013
Shelly Litton
Shelly Litton
Class of 1989
Army, 4 Years

I joined the Army in 1990 and served as an Orthopedic Specialist in a Mash unit during the end of Desert Storm. After my 4 years of active duty, I went to the Army Reserves for 8 years as apart of the 5010th Hospital Mash unit out of Bowman field in Louisville KY. I went to basic training at Fort Jackson and AIT at Fort Sam Houston. Then I was stationed at Fort Hood Texas during my active duty.

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Larue County High School Classmates

Dale Mather
Class of '97

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