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The “Lady Bulldogs” met for lunch at Mavis Winkle's in Twinsburg on July 16th.  

Great dinner with classmates at Harry's Steakhouse in Independence on June 29.


We salute those who served!

Ernest M. Chizmar

Basic Training Location: Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Texas - 1967-1971 - Sergeant E-4 - Keesler AFB Biloxi, MS Electronic Technician 42 wks, U.S. Army Airborne School, Fort Benning, Ga. School 3 wks, U.S. Air Force Basic Survival School, Fairchild AFB, Wash, Combat Control School, Pope AFB, N.C., OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea 14 months, Lockbourne, Ohio (Discharged) - Campaigns/Areas of Service within the Armed Forces: Vietnam

Bill Chylik

Bill served in the Air Force from 1967-1971. He did tours in Spain, Turkey and Vietnam. He was a aircraft mechanic and crew chief and attained the rank of sergeant.

David Priest

Served in the Air Force as a mechanic and squadron mail clerk in Vietnam at Phu cat air base in 68/69. He got to attend a Bob Hope Christmas show while there and it was quite special.

Carol Stolarski

26 year career

Gerald Benedick

Basic Training Location: Fort Campbell, Fort Knox, Fort Poke - PTS - Sergeant - Vietnam service 18 months, Jan 1969-70, Search and destroy, light and heavy armor, I walked point and did my job anyway possible.

Paul C. Burik

Paul served in Vietnam from Sept 69 to Sept 70.

He was a SP4 and his MOS was flight control coordinator at

the copter bases. He was with the 355th Aviation Company and they used heavy helicopters, mostly Tarhes. Paul was in Tuy Hoa, Nha Trang and Bien Hoa.

Donald R Dickens

Joseph Fetzer

Earned a Jump Master diploma in 1975 from Fort Benning, GA

2 Tours of Vietnam service - 101st Airborne - Wounded in action

Dennis Liniman

Vietnam service

Received the Purple Heart due to VC pinning him down with mortar fire and was hit with shrapnel.

Guy Papa

Basic Training Location: Fort Jackson, South Carolina - Staff Sergeant E-6, 37th Signal

September 1971-July 1977

Charles Pflueger

Served 6 years with the 107th Armored Cavalry Division

John Schoeffler

Vietnam service

Gary Mathew Taraski

US Army Veteran of Vietnam Era

Daniel Toth

Vietnam era service

William N. Williams III

Basic Training Location: Fort Campbell, Kentucky - Advanced Training: Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri - Spec 4 - 14th Combat Engineers, Quong Tri, Vietnam 70-71, Construction Supply Yard (S-4) and Water Supply

Ernest M. Chizmar

Basic Training Location: Parris Island, South Carolina - 1975-1979 - Sergeant E-5 - Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia (Programmer) 1.5 yrs, Henderson Hall, Arlington (Programmer) 2.5 yrs. (Discharged) - Campaigns/Areas of Service within the Armed Forces: Vietnam

John D. Douglass Jr.

Basic Training Location: Parris Island, South Carolina - 1967-1970 - Corporal - 1st Marine Division / 3rd Marine Amphibious Force - Danang (I Corp) Vietnam - Aug. 1968 to Sep. 1969 - Vietnam Campaign / Danang and villages, jungle and other locations all over I Corp - Decorations: Combat Action Ribbon, Presidential Unit Citation, Navy Unit Commendation (USMC), US Vietnam Service medal with 2 Bronze Stars, Vietnam Campaign Medal, Republic Vietnam Gallantry Cross with Palm, National Defence Service Medal, Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, USMC Rifle Sharpshooter, USMC Pistol Marksman, USMC Honorable Discharge.

Dan Ebenhack

Dan was stationed at Quantico, Virginia. He served in the Marine Corp and achieved the rank of Lieutenant. He was an infantry and counterintelligence officer in Vietnam, and a reserve commander after the war. 

Ronald F. Kosey

Basic Training Location: USMC Recruit Training Depot Parris Island, South Carolina

1969 - 1971 – Lance Corporal

Camp HM Smith – Headquarters Company, Headquarters and Service Battalion, Fleet Marine Force Pacific

USMC Rifle Sharpshooter, USMC Honorable Discharge

James Stanley Murowsky

James was a proud U.S. Marine Corp veteran who volunteered his time and energy as an Honor Guard at the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman, OH.

Mitchell C. Karczewski

Stan Slempa


USS Forrestal CVA 59

Terry L. Meek

Captain, USN – Retired

Retired in August 1996 as Director of the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Joint Intelligence Center, MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida. Enlisted Feb 1970, commissioned Dec 1971, and designated Special Duty - Intelligence Officer in 1975 following events supporting the Deputy Director of Central Intelligence. Involved in undersea warfare operations, air strike operations, and covert intelligence and combat joint special mission operations in the Pacific, Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Middle Eastern areas. Embarked in and mission deployed with a variety of U.S. Navy commands including the USS Permit (SSN-594), USS Coral Sea (CV-43), USS New Jersey (BB-62), USS America (CV-66), USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), USS Nimitz (CVN-68), USS Eisenhower (CVN-69); and Commander, Carrier Group Two.

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