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        Many of our parents served in World War II and/or the Korean War, or in other military capacities in their lifetimes. We proudly display photos of our fathers and other family members in their uniforms, and we understand the cost of their service and its value to us and our country.

        Most of the members of our class have no idea how many of our classmates served in the military. Some were drafted, but some also served voluntarily.  I am certain that I am not the only member of our class who would like to thank each of you who served, regardless of the reason, and would like to know who you are and how you served.

        If you would like to share a photo of yourself and/or a family member who served in the military, please send it to me so that I may publish it here on our website, along with rank, branch of service, and any other information you would like to share with us. There is not a deadline to send this information to me because this information is valuable to share, regardless of whether it is Veteran's Day or not!

        Thank you for service, and thank you to all of your family members who served.  



Sergeant Norman D. Callihan
USAF, Korean War,
left the Air Force in 1952
Retired as Colonel,
after serving many years in the Texas State Guard








2015 Reunion


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Our classmate Rick Byers passed away December 26, 2016.  His wife, our classmate Donna Wecker Byers, needs your assistance with medical bills. Please go to Rick's Go Fund Me site to donate.