We honor our 1967 classmates who served so bravely in the military.
And to those classmates who gave their
lives, we ask a blessing of peace...
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DALE ADKINS U. S. Army, October 1968 to October 1971, One year service in Southeast
Asia, Vietnam Service and Campaign medals.
DANA BANKEMPER U. S. Army from 1967 to 1973, two years active and four years non-active. My rank was an E-5, and I served in Vietnam.
DAVID BISHOP (RIP) U. S. Army.
CRAIG BULLOCK U. S. Navy as an E5/AQ2.
PERRY BUSHNELL U. S. Army, 1969 to 1972.
LARRY BRUNELLE U. S. Army, 1969 to 1971, Military Police serving in Missouri and Korea.
DENNIS CLAYTON U. S. Coast Guard from 1969 to 1973 as an electrician ET-3.
PHIL COLLINS U. S. Marine Corps, 1967 to 1969, Motor Transport, I Corps.
ROD COLLINS U. S. Army.
TOM COLLINS U. S. Air Force as a Staff Sgt. from 1969 to 1973.
DENNIS CUMMINS U. S. Army Reserves.
TIM CURD U. S. Marine Corps serving in Vietnam.
JESS DANIEL U. S. Army, 1969 to 1971, 11 Bravo, 21 months in Germany.
SCOTT DENLER Washington State National Guard, 1967 to 1973.
SAM DOSSETT (RIP) U. S. Army.
PETE DULLUM (RIP) U. S. Army.
GARY ELL U. S. Army 1968 to 1971, serving in AZ, NJ and South Vietnam.
JIM FELDER U. S. Army 1968 to 1971, tour of duty in Vietnam.
DENNIS HUESTIES (RIP) U. S. Army, Sergeant: Army Commendation Medal, Purple Heart, National Defense Service Medal. Wounded in action, Vietnam.
LARRY JONES Retired captain from the U. S. Air Force serving from 1971 to 1993.
WOODY KESEL (RIP) U. S. Air Force.
MIKE LANGE U. S. Army, April 1968 to 1970, E-5 training NCO 377th, Air Ambulance stationed in Korea.
RICK MADDY U. S. Marine Corps, 1967 to 1969, Rifleman -0311 - 1st Div. Kilo/3/5 3rd Platoon, wounded in action February 28, 1968 by a booby-trap with loss of use of both hands.
LEON MAXWELL U. S. Army 1968 to 1990 as a Master Sgt.
TOM MILLER U. S. Army 1968 to 1980, one year in Vietnam in the infantry and 10 years in nuclear missiles.
GARY NELSON U. S. Army in Air Cav. serving in Vietnam.
DAVID PEARSON U. S. Navy from 5/68 to 6/70, serving in Vietnam and Imperial Beach in San Diego, CA as an E3 and served as an Airdale on the USS Kearsargel.
MIKE PERKINS U. S. Air Force from 1972 through 1976, serving in Viet Nam.
NORMAN RHODES U. S. Marines.
DON SIEMENS SK2 (SS) U. S. Navy: September 1967 to July 1971. Served on the following submarines: USS Kamehameha SSBN 642 and on the USS Guardfish SSN 612. Both
were stationed out of Pearl Harbor.
DAVE SCHMALE DC2, U. S. Navy: USS Charles F. Adams DDG-2; 1968 to 1972.
RICK SLATER (RIP) Four years U. S. Air Force, two years at Dyess AFB in Abilene TX and two years at Griffith AFB Rome NY. Served from December 1968 to September 1972. Account specialist for military pay.
BOB STEELMAN USPUS (Navy), recently served from 2008 to 2010.
RON St. JOHN Career, U. S. Air Force.
DAN STRASSER U. S. Army as an E-4 from 10/5/70 to 4/14/72 and stationed in Korea.
MIKE TESKY U. S. Navy: June 1967 to November 1973. Served three years on the U.S.S. Orion, Atlantic Submarine Fleet; spent last 20 months teaching at Advanced Electronics School, U.S. Navy Submarine Base, Groton, Connecticut.
TOM THOMPSON U. S. Army, Vietnam.
TOM VALENZUELA U. S. Army 12/67 to 1/79 stationed in Vietnam. Jim Felder was in my unit until the last year I was there.
DAN WAGENAAR (KIA) U. S. Army, PFC 534488261 MOS 11B10. Casualty July 12, 1969. (A1) Hostile small arms fire, South Vietnam, Tay Ninh Province, age 20. Vietnam War Memorial: Panel 21W, Row 110.
DEAN WHEELWRIGHT Retired Air Force (served enlisted and officer).
SCOTT WORLTON Retired career Army.
TOM WHITNEY (Honorary) I entered into the Marine Corps about 2 weeks after my 17th birthday January 1966. Received my GED in Vietnam in 1967. Survived the Tet offensive 1967 to 1968. Finished my 4 year active duty enlistment January 1970 as Sargent. There is a display of my Washington State flag at the Federal building that I flew over my bunker in June of 1968.
MIKE WOOD (RIP) U. S. Navy serving in Vietnam.
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