Westmoor High School Alumni

Daly City, California (CA)

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

Scott  Baker
Scott Baker
Class of 1969
Navy, 20+ Years

Helped keep our MAD (Mutual Assured Destruction) policy by ensuring the SSBN 654 GC Marshall was ready to launch a devastating salvo of nuclear tipped ballistic missals. Left active duty as a MM2 (SS) USNR another 30 ish years CWO4
Stephen Bartelmez
Stephen Bartelmez
Class of 1965
Army, 3 Years

Drafted in 1966 for two years, assigned to the Infantry orders to Vietnam. Instead applied to Combat Medic School, completed the course in Ft Sam Houston (but that cost me 1 further year in the Army) was order to Vietnam. Applied for Surgical Asst School and got it. Assigned to Vietnam in 1968 after graduating the school, No more delays I had to go. In Vietnam is worked in Mash Hospitals in Chu Lai, Hue and last six months in Lai Kai (25 mi from the "Fish-Hook", Cambodia). I almost worked out my 1 Year tour, but within two weeks of going home I came down with Hepatitis B and within a day they flew me shipped to Kyoto, Japan where I was quarantined for 4 months. Many months before that I had applied to UC Berkeley and as miracles have it I was accepted. Finally I was let out the the Army and started at Berkeley, only to return to violence in my own country, including Berkeley. BUT, we prevented death at the Mash Hospitals for thousands of casualties...American soldiers predominantly but also many were Vietnamese women and kids.
Stephen Bartelmez
Stephen Bartelmez
Class of 1965
Army, 3 Years

2 years training in the USA as a Combat Medic then a Surgical Assistant. Served in Vietnam for 1 year (1968-1969) in two hospitals: the 312th Evacuation Hospital (Chu Lai) and the 2nd Surgical MASH Hospital (Hue Phu Bai in the North then we moved to Lai Kai (1st Infantry)in the South, 25 miles from the "Fishhook" on the Cambodian/Vietnam border)
Steve Zweig
Steve Zweig
Class of 1966
Army, 2 Years

Armor Corps - Lieutenant, 3/8 Armored Cavalry - Mannheim, Germany 1971/1973
Teresa Wright Cruz
Teresa Wright Cruz
Class of 1969
Marine Corps, 4 Years

I stayed in US, working for Command Centers and Flight Lines in Ground Electronics. A great experience that opened many doors for me.
Todd M. Rogers
Todd M. Rogers
Class of 1987
Army, 9 Years

I was enlisted in the US ARMY from April 18th, 1988 until June 7th, 1997. I was stationed at Ft. Jackson, SC in C Co 3rd/63rd Infantry, entering right out of high school. I held several MOS's while in service, which included 5 years in the US ARMY RESERVES. I entered AIT at Ft. Gordon, GA in MOS 72E (Tactical Telecommunications Center Operator) with C Co, 366th Signal Company, graduating in April 1989, and being sent to my first and only permanent party station at A CO 29th SIGNAL BATTALION, Ft. Lewis, WA. In 1991, MOS 72E was phased out and we were all reclassified and retrained in the first modern cellular net technology, 31D, Mobile Subscriber Equipment Transmission Center Operator. I ETS'd from Active Duty June 7, 1992, entering the Reserve Component later that same month after a 38 terminal leave left over from active duty. I entered an E-5 slotted position in my old MOS 72E but it was a dead end position. After a debacle surrounding my promotion to E-5, seeing me re-enlist for 1 year to make the next promotion board, I was shafted by the E-9 Command Sergeant Major that did not do his job by getting my promotion packet submitted in time to be considered and have me promoted before I would have to reenlist, I left service on my own terms after dressing down that E-9 in front of the entire company command. I screamed in his face for 15 solid minutes at ear splitting decibel levels for committing fraud against me. I was NOT court-martialed, reprimanded or punished in anyway for that incident, and 7 NCO's of rank E-7 or higher attempted to stop me from leaving, but I'd had enough of the lies and the deceit and the complacency of the upper echelons in my unit, HHC 319th Transportation Brigade (COSCOM). I am proud of my time in service, and I wear my pride on my person daily in the form of head gear, vest and usually ample proof of my military service, my VA ID Card.
William Fears
William Fears
Class of 1960
Navy, 20+ Years

30 yrs retired in 1990 as an AFCM. served in many fighter squadrons out of NAS Miramar san diego ca

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Class of '65

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