Tecumseh High School Alumni

New Carlisle, Ohio (OH)

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

Barbara Shirley
Barbara Shirley
Class of 1970
Army, 8 Years

I worked in 3rd Army Casualty Affairs, during the Viet Nam era, doing death reports and statistics and planning funerals, kept records of all MIA/POW cases for the 3rd Army Headquarters. I then went to SHAPE, Mons, Belgium. I worked in the Treasury Branch of the Budget and Finance Division. I worked with NATO budgets for Military jExercises and with the overall military budgets for the Armed Forces in Europe.
Barbara Shirley
Barbara Shirley
Class of 1970
Army, 7 Years

I was actually in the Army at two different times. I served in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Pennsylvania and Belgium. I also was an Army Officer's Wife in Virginia, Belgium and Germany. I should have stayed in an retired.
Bob mattingly
Bob mattingly
Class of 1985
Army, 6 Years

U. S army engineer
Danté Giovanni Russo
Danté Giovanni Russo
Class of 1980
Air Force, 8 Years

Navigator on Tanker Aircraft. Served providing air support in Granada (Nicaragua) during 1983 college medical student extraction, as well as first year of Desert Storm.
David A Suther
David A Suther
Class of 1972
Navy, 4 Years

Aviation Storekeeper AK3
Third Class Petty Officer
Don E Wolery
Don E Wolery
Class of 1969
Army, 3 Years

Served from 6/69 to 12/71. Hawk radar electronics instructor
Dr. William M Flory
Dr. William M Flory
Class of 1964
Marine Corps, 8 Years

Served in Vietnam and several alerts with the FMF in the Middle East
Duane Mosier
Duane Mosier
Class of 1978
Navy, 20+ Years

US Navy, June 1978 to June 1998:
-Recruit Training command Orlando Fl ( basic training)
-Navel Training Ctr, Orland fl,
(Torpedoman Class A school)
-USS Canopus AS 34
-USS Holland AS 32
-Navel Training CTR
(Torpedoman Class C school)
-Navel Weapons Station, Charleston SC.
-USS Voge DD 1047
-USS Underwood FFG 36
( Desert Sheild / Desert Storm)
-Recruit Training Command, Orlando fl.
(Recruit Company Commander)
-USS Clifton Sprauge FFG 16
-USS Hue City CG 66
Duane Mosier
Duane Mosier
Class of 1978
Navy, 20+ Years

Torpedomens mate (SW) surface, RTC Orlando FL, USS Canopus AS-34, USS Holland AS-32, Navel Weapons Station, Charleston SC, USS Voge FF1047, USS Underwood FFG36, Company Comander RTC Orlando FL, USS Clifton Sprauge FFG16, USS Hue City CG66
Eric Crook
Eric Crook
Class of 1983
Navy, 6 Years

In 87 I joined the navy and was stationed in Jacksonville Fl were I was with helos on board the USS John F. Kennedy were I did 2 sea tours and was in Desert Storm then I transferd to P-3 and finished out my tour and now I work for the goverment (us navy) on several of there different type aircraft I've been here 21 years and have been married for the same amount of time to Nancy Gantz I have 2 step childeren who also work at the same place my wife and I do
Gary E. Downs
Gary E. Downs
Class of 1970
Army, 9 Years

12B20. Vietnam SHAPE Hq
Gary L Good
Gary L Good
Class of 1962
Army, 5 Years

Joined the U.S. Army 5 months after graduation. Basic training at Fort Knox, Ky and AIT at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. Arrived in Vietnam in August, 1964, took early out and re-enlisted in December, 1964, captured by NVA company in March, 1966 and spent 14 months in a bamboo cage with a guy I met 2 days before our capture. Somehow, we both survived that ordeal. He was severely wounded after that and was returned to the U.S.; I remained in Vietnam until August, 1967. I have written a book about my 3 years in Vietnam (included some good stuff along with all the bad). Anyone interested in reading my story should send me a message to get information about how to get it. Go Arrows! And, God bless the U.S.A. !
Harry W Mc Cartney
Harry W Mc Cartney
Class of 1967
Navy, 6 Years

Navy Seabees ( special unit) Vietnam , NATO Keflavick, Iceland Puerto Rico Bermuda POIC
Atlantic Fleet Seabee Band.
Harry W Mc Cartney
Harry W Mc Cartney
Class of 1967
Navy, 6 Years

Navy Seabees ( special unit) Vietnam , NATO Keflavick, Iceland Puerto Rico Bermuda POIC
Atlantic Fleet Seabee Band.
Harry W Mc Cartney
Harry W Mc Cartney
Class of 1967
Navy, 6 Years

Special units of Navy Construction Seabees.
James Michael Hoskins-Lanterman
James Michael Hoskins-Lanterman
Class of 1971
Air Force, 6 Years

I was stationed at Patrick Air Force Base in Cocoa Beach, Florida, as a disbursement accounting specialist. I was a staff sargent.
Jay King
Jay King
Class of 1976
Navy, 6 Years

While working at Smitty's I join the US Navy in the winter of 78'. In 80' I ran into another Alumni Steve Moore. Got out in 84'
John Calvin Moore
John Calvin Moore
Class of 1968
Marine Corps, 9 Years

10 June 1968 to 10 June 1977
Lisa Manning Radke
Lisa Manning Radke
Class of 1987
Navy, 10 Years

Master At Arms Second Class
Mark B Adams
Mark B Adams
Class of 1970
Navy, 20+ Years

Stationed for the most part at NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville Florida, Served two tours in A-7;s and one tour in F/A-18 and two tours at Naval Air Maintenance Training Group detachment as an instructor. Retired in 1995 at NAS Memphis attached to Naval Air Maintenance Training Group Heatquarters. Served in Desert Shield.

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Tecumseh High School Classmates

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Class of '75

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School News

Retired Teacher James Copes to be honored at Urbana University

Retired THS will be given the Three Arches Award at Urbana University in Urbana, OH, on October 20 at 10 AM at the Moore...
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Our Tecumseh 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 Tecumseh High School Military to know that they are loved and appreciated. All of us in New Carlisle are proud of our military alumni and want to thank them for risking their lives to protect our country!