5/31/2015 Another Sad Loss
Former Classmate Lee Duncan has passed away.
Retired Police Officer Lee Duncan ( son of Capt. Pappy Duncan, and brother of retired officer RE Duncan Jr. all Tulsa Police Dept.) passed away
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3/30/2015 Another fallen Ranger
We have received information that former Classmate Carole Ann Chamberlain Stein passed away on February 21, 2014. Following is the obituary:
Carol Ann Stein, 69, of Plantation, Florida, pa
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12/19/2014 We lost another classmate and a friend earlier this month, 12/02/14
We have lost another Hale 64 Graduate: Clyde Belcher 68 years old.
We have lost also lost Jerry Horn, he was at hale some in the tenth grade, but a Rogers 64 grad.
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Almost immediately after graduation from Hale, I entered the United States Army. By November, 1964 I was stationed at a Nike Missile base on the outskirts of Chicago. One year later, November, 1965, I was in Vietnam. After 15 months in Vietnam I returned home to a very different nation and was posted to the JFK Center for Special Warfare at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. After three years in the army, I returned to Tulsa and attended Northeastern State College. I received my BA in History and Education in 1971, and five years later I received my master’s degree. From 1971 to 1991 I taught advanced and AP history and political science courses at Broken Arrow Senior High School. I left teaching in 1991 and operated an education related business for the next 12 years. During these years I got married, divorced, remarried, and had three sons. In 2000 Pat and I moved from our home of 18 years in Broken Arrow to a little village on the edge of Albany, New York. There I went back into teaching. I was in New York during the 911 attacks and our eldest son was at the Pentagon.
In 2002, we moved to Churchville, Maryland (about 30 miles North of Baltimore) and I secured a position with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Law Enforcement in Baltimore. I worked with federal agents, federal wildlife inspectors, and state and local law enforcement. Our jurisdiction covered all of Maryland, Delaware and Northern Virginia. In 2005 we moved to Ijamsville, Maryland – located about 8 miles east of Frederick and right next to the village of New Market.
My first love has always been history and I simply could not live in a better place. Gettysburg National Battlefield is 40 minutes north, Monocacy National Battlefield is 4 miles west, Antietam National Battlefield is 18 miles southwest, and the Harpers Ferry, Bull Run, Fredericksburg-Chancellorsville, and Wilderness National Battlefields are less than a 1 ˝ hour drive. Washington DC and Baltimore are each about 45 minutes from our home.
I have been retired since 2008. During my life I have been in all 50 states, I have visited Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Germany, The Caribbean, the Bahamas, Canada, Mexico, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands, and Japan. Our eldest son, Robert, is a Lieutenant Colonel stationed in Italy, Monty is an IT manager for Zebco in Birmingham, Alabama, and Jim, our youngest, is a proposal manager for Raytheon Corporation in Herndon, Virginia. Pat and I are especially proud of our six grand-children. When I came home from Vietnam all I wanted was to find a little bit of heaven. It seems that I have found it, of all places, here in North Central Maryland.
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