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
Bill Lehmkuhl Class of 1967
Air Force, 20+ Years Combat Crew Superintendent, worked with NORAD and SAC
Charles Barr Class of 1961
Army, 2 Years medical records specialist with 2nd surgical hoapital. Served 9 months in Viet Nam
Charles M cManus Class of 1967
Air Force, 4 Years 6987 Security Service Civil Engineers, 751 Air Defense Command Civil Engineers.
Connie Mayers Campbell Class of 1981
Army, 10 Years Supply Clerk
Denis McCaig Class of 1967
Marine Corps, 2 Years Parris Island class of 1968. Stationed at Dong Ha, Vietnam '68 & '69. Up by the DMZ.
glenn a valentine Class of 1972
Air Force, 20+ Years 28 years of service. always lincoln high on my mind.
Jack Devlin, Senior Chief Operations Specalist USN (Ret.) Class of 1961
Navy, 20+ Years Joined the Navy just after recieving my Draft Notice to report...really went down to join the Air Force and got off at the wrong El stop so I joinrd the Navy given they had a Recruiting Station on 13th Street...needless to say I found a home and moved though the ranks VERY quickly, E-8 in 12 years and selected for E-9 at 19 years. Must have been those 12+ years serving on Two and Three Star Staffs' and my Computer/EE degrees that helped. I retiired in 1981 and became a Consultant to the same Commmand as I served with before retirement. I was recruited to "DEC" Digital Equipment Corporation as Marketing and Business Devlopment for the Ferderal,State and Local Government organization. Additionally I supported Health Care, EDU, and a few other groups. Left DEC on beforew thier down-turn and sale. Started my own Executive Search Firm supporting High Tech Industry. Had theer offices in three states with 20+ Search Consutants. Retired in 2006 leaving Massachusetts in my rear view mirror at 90 MPH. Currently my Bride and me are living in The Villages: http::WWW TheVillages.com Here's what we are doing today ! As a master planned retirement community, The Villages offers numerous forms of recreation. The majority of the costs are paid for via the monthly amenities fee assessed to residents (the facilities are owned by the centralized CDD's. Golf Courses The centerpiece of The Villages is its numerous assortment of golf courses. The ability to play golf for free year-round is a key component of The Villages advertising campaigns. As of April 2010 The Villages operates 37 courses. Twenty-eight of the courses are executive golf courses, all of which are 9-hole layouts. It is these courses at which residents of The Villages can play free golf for life and can walk the courses for free as well; fees are charged for riding a golf cart on the courses. The remaining nine courses are country club championship courses Among notable course architects are Arnold Palmer and Nancy Lopez. The Orange Blossom Hills and Tierra Del Sol clubs are 18-hole layouts; the other seven clubs are 27-hole layouts. Residents of The Villages are automatically members of these clubs; however, unlike the executive courses residents must pay green fees to play the courses and the clubs charge for priority tee times. The Villages also operates a golf instruction academy for all skill levels. Recreation Centers In addition, The Villages operates numerous recreation centers. There are three classes of centers (the number shown are as of April 2010): "neighborhood" (these centers offer local adult-only pools, plus bocce, horseshoe, and shuffleboard courts; The Villages operates 25 such centers)],"village" (these centers offer family pools, facilities with billiard meeting rooms and full kitchens, bocce, horseshoe, and shuffleboard courts, plus tennis and pickleball courts; The Villages operates 17 such centers, and "regional" (these centers offer sports pools, larger venues with stages for theatric and musical productions, fitness centers, and many of the same features as the village centers; The Villages operates eight such centers) Other Activities Beyond the golf courses and recreation centers, The Villages also operates numerous softball fields, a polo stadium (The Villages Polo Stadium)and a woodworking shop, plus the Lifelong Learning College. Nightly activities are held in The Villages two town squares Lake Sumter Landing's Market Square  and Spanish Springs Town Square . A third town square, Brownwood Paddock Square, is under construction. So, Come on down and we'll have meal at one of our 80 restraunts ..... Check out the 50 Reunion Cruise I'm hosting 31 Jan-5 Feb....sailing from Tampa Fl...it's going to be a hoot. Lookinf forward to seeing you. Till then enjoy life no matter where your at. Best regards,
jerry weiner Class of 1962
Army, 5 Years was a tunneler from 1965-1965, then went to the 173rd airborne early in 1966. total of 2 full tours in Vietnam and one temporary duty tour.
John Mark Clapp Class of 1970
Marine Corps, 20+ Years Active duty and Reserve Colonel with experience throughout the world beginning with the end of the Vietnam War on 30 April 1975 continuing through OEF and OIF.
John Roulston Class of 1964
Air Force, 20+ Years Fighter Attack Pilot and Forward Air Controller A-1, A-7, A-10, OV-10
Leroy Corley Class of 1982
Army, 20+ Years Army Colonel currently serving 30th active duty year. Earned master’s degrees in finance and strategic studies.
Mark A. Hallowell, Sr. Class of 1975
Navy, 20+ Years Served in the US Navy for 26 years, stationed in Guam, Cuba, Charleston, Jacksonville, Norfolk, San Diego, Texas, Chicago and served on six naval ships. Started my Navy career as a Hull Technician Enlisted 1 (Plumber, Carpenter, Fire Fighter) and retired in 2001 as a LCDR.
Mark A. Hallowell, Sr. Class of 1975
Navy, 20+ Years Served in the US navy for 26 years, on six ships and two overseas tours.
Richard A Boysen Class of 1962
Air Force, 4 Years Russian Linguist in Air Force Security Service
Samir J. Glenn-Roundtree Class of 2006
Marine Corps, 3 Years After 4 years at Lincoln High School, and becoming known most for his countless achievements in Air Force JROTC as well as becoming the Vice Commander of PA-772, being selected as section leader of the percussion section in the band, and being the only runner of 2006 to make the all-city track team from his school, Corporal Glenn-Roundtree is now serving in the United States Marine Corps where his accomplishments are still impressive to say the least. He has served as a Security Force Marine, guarding the nation's most vital assets, Is a Combat Marksmanship Instructor, and has Earned a Navy and Marine Corps Achievment Medal for his outstanding leadership in the oversight and coordination of the Marine Corps Security Force Battalion, Bangor's own ceremonial drill platoon, the only other platoon of it's kind in the Marine Corps. He is now attending training to become a Scout Sniper, and plans on becoming a drill insructor upon the completion of his upcoming tour in Afghanistan.
WALTER L HORN Class of 1966
Army, 6 Years SERVED VIET NAM 67-68 CAMP ZAMA JAPAN 68-69 ACTIVE RESERVES 69-71 MORTON PA INACTIVE RESERVES 71-73
William Witherspoon Class of 1981
Marine Corps, 20+ Years Retired May 1, 2006
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FREE.---- 1967 YEARBOOK FOUND
Hey i live in florida and found a 1967 yearbook from your school if anyone would like it just get ahold of me