Recent Members

Brandt Rast 2006
Casey James 2013
Clarence Beasley 1983
Erin Hegg 2016
Helen Evans 1980
Julie Kmetz 1990
Klaudia Sopas 2015
Zoe Harris 2013

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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In Memory Of

Amy Steele
Amy Steele
Class of 1992
Passed Jul 28, 2015
(no additional information)
Carolyn Dawn Toler (vandiver)
Carolyn Dawn Toler (Vandiver)
Class of 1970
Passed May 29, 1998
name: Carolyn Dawn Toler
event: Birth
event date: 26 Nov 1952
event place: Collin, Texas
gender: Female
father: James Bryan Toler
mother: Helen Marie Brazell
certificate number:
Collection: Carolyn Dawn Toler, "Texas, Birth Index, 1903-1997"

dau of James Bryan Toler and Helen Marie Brazell; wife of Jay Lynn Vandiver; mother of Joel Bryant Vandiver; Brianne Leigh Vandiver; Brandon Jay Vandiver

Carolyn toler vandiver had 3 children. Brandon vandiver, Joel vandiver, and brianne vandiver. She now has had 4 grandchildren. Tyler vandiver, Haven Binyon, Maverick binyon, and Vandiver schuyler. Thank you, brianne schuyler ( her daughter

Family links:
James Bryan Toler (1929 - 2009)
Helen Marie Brazell Toler (1921 - 2009)

Brandon Jay Vandiver (1979 - 2009)*

Sylvia Jean Taylor Toler (1944 - 2016)**
Carolyn Dawn Toler Vandiver (1952 - 1998)

*Calculated relationship

Ridgeview Memorial Park
Collin County
Texas, USA
Charles Forque
Charles Forque
Class of 1988
Passed Aug 01, 2005
To all of those who participated in band, I'm sad to report that Charles Forque passed away from Alzheimer's in 2005 at the age of 75. Click here for further details
Curtis Mulkey
Curtis Mulkey
Class of 1984
Passed Jan 25, 2005
(no additional information)
Cynthia Jon Stults
Cynthia Jon Stults
Class of 1970
Passed Dec 09, 1991
Kenai Peninsula Borough AK Archives Cemetery ..... Seafarer's Memorial 2 in Homer, Alaska

Memorial Plaques and Bricks
Homer, Alaska

The Seafarer's Memorial is located in Homer, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska. It is near the
end of the Homer Spit on the right side. It has columns and a statue of a Seafarer looking out to
sea. There are memorial plaques on the columns and in the bricks in the walk. Third Column
In Memory of Family and Friends Lost at Sea.

Linda Self (Rodgers)

My curiosity about what happened to Cindy led me to reach out to a website about Alaska Maritime Deaths. Tonight I received an email from Captain Warren Cook. He has a website called and has written a book as well. This is his reply and attachment(s).

Cindy must have been quite a gal to get her own tug. Impressive by any standard. By the way, I graduated from Denton Senior High class of 1968 there in Texas. Ended up in Alaska in 1972 and stayed several decades. Am now retired in Florida and spend my time researching and passing on Alaska Shipwreck information. I will add Cynthia's name to the information in my books and website. All I had before you brought it to my attention was the name of the vessel lost. I will update my website at, my ALASKA SHIPWRECKS books and my web page at Alaska Fishermen RIP. Thank You for remembering; may she Rest in Peace ...Smooth Sailing.....Captain Warren Good

2 Bodies Recovered After
Boat Sinks in Kachemak Bay
SELDOVIA (AP) — A Seldovia
woman and an unidentified man were
killed when the woman’s boat went
down in Kachemak Bay, authorities
said Monday.
The Coast Guard pulled the bodies
from the bay Monday afternoon after
wreckage was spotted over about a
mile of water near Hesketh Island and
Barbara Point.
One of the bodies was identified as
that of Cynthia Jon Stults, 40, a
school cook and 10-year resident of
“ Apparently the boat broke up for
some reason and sank,” said Troopers
Cpl. Dan Weatherly, who was in Sel­
dovia investigating the incident.
He said the weather Monday was
relatively calm, but there were reports
that overnight the wind had been
blowing hard and waves were crash­
ing on the rocks.
Stults had bought the 38-foot,
wood-hulled harbor tug called the Pe­
ter H. late this summer, Weatherly
said, and apparently was converting it
into a pleasure craft.
She and her companion apparently
were returning home to Seldovia from
Homer, leaving sometime between
8:30 p.m Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday,
when the Homer harbormaster report­
ed the boat was gone, the Coast Guard
When Stults did not show up at
work Monday morning, a Coast
Guard helicopter from Kodiak began
searching for the vessel. The floating
debris first was spotted from a small
civilian plane.
“ There were pieces everywhere,”
said Coast Guard Petty Officer John
Germain in Juneau.
The helicopter and a Coast Guard
boat investigated the debris, finding
the woman’s body at about 1:30 p.m.
and the man’s some three hours later.
She was wearing a survival suit; he
was not, authorities said.
Daniel Alexander Trent
Daniel Alexander Trent
Class of 1991
Passed Mar 27, 1994
Our beloved Danny passed away during the early morning hours of Palm Sunday in 1994 in a car accident along Highway 35.

He is survived by his mother Maria and 6 siblings: Harold, Susan, Marion, Linda, Chuck and Ron. He also had a daughter on the way. Her name is Lexi and she is now 14 (2008). Danny's father, Chuck Trent, preceded him in death on March 1, 1993.
Daniel D. Fletcher
Daniel D. Fletcher
Class of 1989
Passed Aug 13, 2012
He was born on Feb. 10, 1971, in Dallas to Deane Durwood Fletcher II and Judy Box Fletcher.

He graduated from Plano Senior High School and the University of North Texas before taking advanced coursework in anthropology at the University of Texas at Arlington and Southern Methodist University. He later earned his paralegal certification from the University of Texas at Dallas.

He was an English teacher in Japan, where he studied Ninjutsu under Grandmaster Masaaki Hatsumi, attaining the rank of 7th Dan. He was an actor, author, musician, singer, stand-up comedian, juggler, unicycle-rider and a maker of weapons and armor.

He is survived by his parents; daughter Jessica Kiyo Nishyama Fletcher of Chiba Prefecture, Japan; sisters and brothers-in-law Robyn and Howard Acevedo of Princeton, Texas; and Melanie and Steve Browne of Katy, Texas; brother and sister-in-law Chris and Suzanne Fletcher of Columbia, Tenn.; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews who loved him dearly.
Debbie Holmes
Debbie Holmes
Class of 1986
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Doug Sullens
Doug Sullens
Class of 1980
Passed Mar 16, 2003
Great friend! In band at PSHS class of 1980. Then graduated from Texas Tech. Moved to Amarillo, TX working in sales for a radio station. He died in 2003. No mention of wife or children. He will be greatly missed!!
Douglas (scott) Huckabay
Douglas (Scott) Huckabay
Class of 1984
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Gregory James Sigman
Gregory James Sigman
Class of 1987
Passed Nov 12, 1998
Greg Sigman passed away on 11-12-98. He was survived by his wife Tammy and two kids, Hunter and Mary Lynn ages 2 and 5 at the time of his death. He was also survived by his parents Ann and Mike Sigman and his only brother Jeff Sigman. Greg's family and friends will always miss his loving spirit and tender heart. His memory lives on in his children and he will never be far from our hearts.
Jaime Regen Rea
Jaime REGEN Rea
Class of 1995
Passed Mar 16, 2007
Jaime Regen Rea, age 29, of Allen, Texas, and formerly Plano, lost her 9-year battle against melanoma cancer on March 16, 2007. Jaime was born on April 6, 1977, in Mentor, Ohio. She moved to Plano as an infant and grew up there, attending Shepard Elementary School, Wilson Middle School, Vines High School, and Plano Senior High School. She was involved in various sports, including the Plano YMCA swim team, and was on the drill team at both Vines and Plano Sr. High. She was a member of Temple Shalom in Dallas. Jaime graduated from Plano Sr. High in 1995 and went on to receive an Associates Degree from Collin County Community College. She then graduated with honors from University of North Texas in fashion merchandizing in 2000. She was employed by Fossil in Richardson for a year. On February 2, 2002, Jaime married Brent Rea. During the past 5 years, she has been active as an independent jewelry designer, with her major line being awareness bracelets. Jaime was diagnosed with melanoma when she was 20 years old. She fought a long and hard battle and has been a hero and an inspiration to melanoma patients and their families all over the world. She touched many lives with her positive determined attitude, huge smile, and her strong will to live. She loved life and lived it to its fullest, never complaining about her pain and discomfort. Surviving her are her husband Brent; parents, Larry and Donna (Helm) Regen of Allen; brothers, Ben Regen and his wife Mandy of St. Louis, Missouri, and Tim Regen of Plano; grandmother, Mildred Helm of Gulfport, Florida; and father-in-law, Paul Rea of Plano; as well as numerous brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, aunts, uncles, cousins, and nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 4:00 PM, Thursday, March 22, 2007, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel (2525 Central Expressway North, Allen) with Rabbi Andrew Paley officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Melanoma Research Foundation, 24 Old Georgetown Road, Princeton, NJ 08540, or to the Richardson Regional Medical Foundation "Cancer Shall Not Have the Last Word" Campaign, 401 W. Campbell, Richardson, TX 75080.
Jimmy Don Bailiff
Jimmy Don Bailiff
Class of 1972
Passed Jul 10, 2010
Funeral services for Jimmy Don Bailiff, age 56, of Dallas, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, July 15, at Netherton Funeral Home & Cremations. Mr. Bailiff died July 10, 2010 at Doctors Hospital in Dallas.

Jimmy was born May 12, 1954 in Haskell, Texas. After graduating from Plano High School in 1972, he served in the U.S. Navy conducting electronic surveillance operating in both Japan and Puerto Rico. He married Carmel Donnellan on April 10, 2007 in Dallas. While a most earnest mechanical engineer, computer novice, avid reader and crossword puzzle enthusiast, favorite moments were simple and serene, with his dear wife, Carmel.

Jimmy is survived by his wife, Carmel Bailiff, daughter, Keli Jennings; son, Jared Bailiff E6 U.S. Navy; parents, James and Ann Bailiff of Brownwood and Martha Close of Big Sandy; brothers, David, Howard, Steven; sister Starla Cason, numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Johnnie Darrell Burnside
Johnnie Darrell Burnside
Class of 1970
Passed Dec 01, 1978
(no additional information)
Larry Burchfield
Larry Burchfield
Class of 1970
Passed Oct 25, 2015
Date Of Birth: August 12, 1952
Date Deceased: October 25, 2015
Age at Death: 63
Classmate City: Humble/Kingwood area
Classmate State: TX
Survived By: Wife, Ellen, and daughters, Jenny, Missy, Kathy and Beth

Based upon comments in his online obituary, Larry was loved and touched by everyone who him. He is buried in Pilot Grove Cemetery, Pilot Grove, TX.

His burial info:

(Information provided by Linda Self Rodgers. Thanks, Linda!)
Lindsay Malkiewicz
Lindsay Malkiewicz
Class of 1997
Passed Aug 13, 2004
Miss you so much, beautiful!
Melanie Pannel
Melanie Pannel
Class of 1979
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Pamela Meek
Pamela Meek
Class of 1984
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Paul Hines
Paul Hines
Class of 1981
(Passed date unknown)
Killed in Austin. His mother Thomas Ann Hines has been telling his story for years.

Paul, I miss you!!
Paula Ann Mckay
Paula Ann McKay
Class of 1983
Passed Jul 23, 1987
Whatever it was, she knew about it before you ever heard of it. Damn. I miss her.

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Suzanne Standerfer

Class officer for the Class of 1979. Passed away on July 28, 2008.
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