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Alan Huffman
Alan Huffman
Class of 1979
Passed Aug 06, 2008
(no additional information)
Alvin Porter
Alvin Porter
Class of 1971
Passed Dec 17, 2009
(no additional information)
Andre Hightower
Andre Hightower
Class of 1976
Passed Dec 29, 2015
(no additional information)
Andy Waydo
Andy Waydo
Class of 1979
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Any
any
Class of 1989
(Passed date unknown)
1989 class, We are trying to prepare for our 20 yr class reunion this summer. we would like to honor & remember those class mates that have passed away. If you know of a fellow classmate that has passed please email me their name and any information you would think nessary. Thank you ~~ Sonya Bottorff Baker
sonyakaybaker@juno.com
Arthur Frost
Arthur Frost
Class of 1971
Passed Jun 12, 1974
(no additional information)
Benjamin Eugene Grooms
Benjamin Eugene Grooms
Class of 1971
Passed Feb 23, 2010
(no additional information)
Billy White
Billy White
Class of 1979
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Bobbie Brammer
Bobbie Brammer
Class of 1979
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Bobbie Sue Baughn
Bobbie Sue Baughn
Class of 1983
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Bobby Agee
Bobby Agee
Class of 1979
(Passed date unknown)
(no additional information)
Bonnie Bailey
Bonnie Bailey
Class of 1976
Passed Jun 28, 1992
(no additional information)
Bradley J. Kyne
Bradley J. Kyne
Class of 1983
Passed Oct 15, 2015
(no additional information)
Brenda Parks Prater
Brenda Parks Prater
Class of 1976
Passed Mar 07, 2013
(no additional information)
Brenda Sickels
Brenda Sickels
Class of 1976
Passed Nov 08, 2007
(no additional information)
Brent A. Bartelt
Brent A. Bartelt
Class of 1971
Passed Aug 28, 2011
Brent A. Bartelt
March 28, 1953 - August 28, 2011

Brent A. Bartelt, 58, of Xenia, passed away Sunday morning at Miami Valley Hospital. He was born March 28, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois, the son of Edward and Ida Mae (Maack) Bartelt. He was retired from 30 years of commercial flooring and most recently was a bus driver for the Greene County Headstart. Brent was an avid cyclist. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Marsha “Marty” (Stewart) Bartelt, daughter, Brittany Bartelt Guffy, grandsons, Aidan Bartelt and Liam Guffy, sister, Bonnie Jasper, mother-in-law, Joan Stewart, sisters-in-law, Marilyn (Jerry) Huffman and Kathy (Garry) Zink, and by several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother, Brian, son-in-law, Tony, and father-in-law, Frank Stewart. A special thank you to the staff of the MICU, HVIC, SICU, Dr. Steve Chambers and Dr. Phillip Williams of Miami Valley Hospital for outstanding care and compassion. Memorial services will be held at 4pm, Wednesday, August 31, 2011, at Neeld Funeral Home, 1276 N. Detroit St., Xenia. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Visitation with the family will be held at 3pm Wednesday, prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to the charity of choice in Brent’s name. Condolences may be made to the family at www.NeeldFuneralHome.com.
Bret Jordan
Bret Jordan
Class of 1976
Passed Jun 09, 2002
(no additional information)
Brian Carman
Brian Carman
Class of 1986
Passed Jun 24, 1997
I copied this information from the Central Kentucky Concert Band website:
Brian D Carman Memorial Scholarships

Each year since 1998, the Central Kentucky Concert Band has awarded the Brian D. Carman Memorial Scholarship to deserving public high school students in memory of Brian D. Carman. The Scholarship consists of a certificate and a $250 cash award.

Brian, originally from Xenia, Ohio, joined the Central Kentucky Concert Band as principal tubist in 1995. Previously he had attended the Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where he was a proud member of the Ohio State Marching Band. He had moved to Lexington to become an engineer at the Square D Corporation and was tragically killed in a traffic accident in the summer of 1997.

Through the largesse of Lou and Nova Carman, employees at Square D Corporation, and supplemented by the Central Kentucky Concert Band, the Brian D. Carman Memorial Scholarships were established in 1998 to keep alive and promote the spirit of continued band participation which was exemplified by Brian's life.

Scholarships are awarded annually to one student from each of the five public high schools in Lexington. The student must be a band member in good standing at their school with plans to continue participation in instrumental music in college. The goal of the Brian D. Carman Memorial Scholarships is to help foster in young people a desire for continued band participation, a desire which they shall hopefully carry with them for a lifetime.

XHS also gives a scholarship in memory of Brian:
Brian Carman Memorial Scholarship
$1000/2 or 4 year college/Planning to try out for marching band
Brian Oglesbee
Brian Oglesbee
Class of 1982
(Passed date unknown)
Brian Oglesbee, 1964-1997
Bruce Boyd
Bruce Boyd
Class of 1976
Passed Sep 17, 2007
Bruce Lambert Boyd
1958-2007
Bruce Lambert Boyd, 49, of Franklin, Tenn., passed into the presence of his Lord and Savior Monday, Sept. 17, 2007, at his residence. He was born Jan. 8, 1958 in Dayton, Ohio, the son of James Edward Sr. and Constance (Lambert) Boyd.

Bruce was a 1976 graduate of Xenia High School; an Airman First Class Fireman in the US Air Force from 1977-79; was employed as a bus driver with the Franklin Special School and worked with the Helping Hands Ministries in Tennessee.

He will long be remembered for his footage of the approaching 1974 Tornado that he shot from his home in Laynewood. The video was broadcast nationally and is still shown every time a special is aired about tornadoes. Bruce was a very conscientious environmentalist.

He is survived by a son, Preston M. Boyd, of Franklin, Tenn.; his parents, Jim and Connie Boyd, of Xenia; wife, Raeshawn Merritt, sisters: Karen (Perry) Pittroff, of Xenia, Becki (Darrel) Blackburn, of Fairborn, a brother, James E. Jr.(Marti) Boyd, of Cleves, nephews: Shane (Kate) Andrews, James E. III (Ginger) Boyd, Jared (Jaime) Boyd, Joshua Blackburn, Joel (Heather) Blackburn: nieces: Leigh Andrews, Shaunna Boyd, Dara Blackburn; great nephews: Hunter, Trevor, and Conor Andrews, Colton Gates, and J.J. Cokes, great nieces: Alexis and Aleigha Cokes, Ciaran, Ciersten, Rayli, Calli and Sadie Boyd and Briley Blackburn, Godparents: Norman and Doris Sharp as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives.

Funeral services will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22 at the McColaugh Funeral Home, Inc. 826 N. Detroit Street, Xenia with Pastor Mark Douras officiating. Burial will follow in the Valley View Memorial Gardens. His family will receive friends 9 a.m. until the time of service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations made to the Preston M. Boyd Trust Fund c/o of US Bank.

His sudden death was ruled acute aspiration and pneumonia.

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