Pennsbury High School Alumni

Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania (PA)

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!

Lost Class Rings

Have you lost your Pennsbury High School class ring? Have you found someone's class ring? Visit our Falcons lost class ring page to search for your class ring or post information about a found ring.

Honored Military Alumni

Sammy Simmons
Sammy Simmons
Class of 1968
Marine Corps, 13 Years

Marine Corps
Sarah Stevens-Boyer
Sarah Stevens-Boyer
Class of 1998
Army, 8 Years

achieved Veteran status while serving
SFC Jim Tams
SFC Jim Tams
Class of 1977
Army, 18 Years

Logistics NCO for Office of Defense Cooperation - Turkey
Steve Austin
Steve Austin
Class of 1983
Marine Corps, 20+ Years

Communications and still serving strong!
Steve Austin
Steve Austin
Class of 1983
Marine Corps, 20+ Years

Communications
Steve Patarcity
Steve Patarcity
Class of 1973
Army, 20+ Years

United States Army
Commissioned Second Lieutenant, Infantry, 1977
Attended Infantry and Military Police Officer Basic Courses 1977-1978
Platoon Leader - 305th MP Company 1978-1979
Platoon Leader - MP Platoon, HHC, 157th Infantry Brigade - 1979-1980
Branch Transferred to Armor - 1980
Scout & Heavy Mortar Platoon Leader - Combat Support Company, 6th Battalion, 68th Armor - 1960-1983
Company Commander - Combat Support Company, 6th Battalion, 68th Armor - 1984-1986
Battalion S4 (Logistics Officer), 6th Battalion, 68th Armor - 1986-1987
Operations Officer - HQs, 157th Infantry Brigade - 1987-1989
Company Commander - HHC, 157th Infantry Brigade - 1989-1992
Plans Officer/Provost Marshal - HQs, 157th Infantry Brigade - 1993-1994
Executive Officer - 336th Military Police Battalion - 1995-1997
Battalion Commander - 336th Military Police Battalion - 1997-2000
Executive Officer - 220th Military Police Brigade - 2000-2005
Deputy Brigade Commander - 220th Military Police Brigade - 2005-2007
G3/5 - 200th Military Police Command - 2007-2008
Chief of Staff - 200th Military Police Command - 2008-Present

Current Rank - Colonel
Steven Bainbridge
Steven Bainbridge
Class of 1973
Navy, 4 Years

Hospitalcorpsman
Terry Nau
Terry Nau
Class of 1965
Army, 2 Years

Drafted in 1966, went to Vietnam a year later, served in 2/32 Artillery. Just wrote a book about serving called "Reluctant Soldier ... Proud Veteran." I think we were all reluctant soldiers!
Tim Stives
Tim Stives
Class of 1965
Army, 20+ Years

Penn State Army ROTC
I spent 5 years on active duty as an infantry officer.
In 1971, led a platoon and commanded an infantry company in Vietnam with the 4th Bn., 3rd Infantry, Americal Division.
Retired in 1992 as a Lt. Colonel, US Army Reserve.
Tom Duffin
Tom Duffin
Class of 1970
Navy, 4 Years

USS Borie DD704 at Alexandria, VA, USS Marias AO57 at Mayport FL & Viet Nam, USS Puget Sound AD38 at Norfolk, VA
Tony Bradley
Tony Bradley
Class of 1988
Navy, 4 Years

Disbursing/Search and Rescue Swimmer
Tony Bradley
Tony Bradley
Class of 1988
Navy, 4 Years

USS San Jacinto (CG-56) Disbursing Clerk (ships payroll) and Search and Rescue Swimmer
VICKI WHALEY-LAWTON
VICKI WHALEY-LAWTON
Class of 2003
Army, 4 Years

92G
William Warren Breece
William Warren Breece
Class of 1966
Army, 2 Years

Warren Breece died as a result of a helicopter assault on the enemy in Vietnam December 5, 1968 buried Friday 13 December 1968 in Newtown cemetery. Awarded the Silverstar for gallantry in combat against and enemy of the United States of America.

Classmates Spotlight

Pennsbury High School Classmates

Laura Marciante
Class of '76

Alumni Stories

High School Alumni Stores

Read and submit stories about our classmates from Pennsbury High School, post achievements and news about our alumni, and post photos of our fellow Falcons.

School News

1964 PHS CLASS RING

STOLEN FROM MY FAIRLESS HILLS HOME IN 1972 . RING IS GOLD WITH BLACK ONYX STONE & SCHOOL EMBLEM .
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Our Pennsbury 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 Pennsbury High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in Fairless Hills are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!