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Service To America

Currently Serving

A listing of Central Heights students and staff members currently serving in the armed forces of our nation.

(We regret that any contact information may not be current.)

For inclusion or updates contact Michael Carey

(macarey@usd288.org / 785-869-3555 ext 1424)


Name / Branch

Contact Information

SPC Christopher Gordon / Army

B 2/130 FA

Unit 31530, MFO 53

APO, AE  09833

CTT2 Caleb Ackmann / Army

PSC 45 Box 553

APO AE 09468

SPC Nate Schultz / Army

B 2/130 FA

Unit 31530, MFO 53

APO, AE  09833

SPC Tony Wilson / Army

B 2/130 FA

Unit 31530, MFO 53

APO, AE  09833

4-C Adam Horstick

United States Coast Guard Academy

7562 Chase Hall

New London, CT  06320-8117


Job Well Done

A listing of Central Heights students/staff who, from 1965 to the present, faithfully served their country in time of need.
 

NameClass of / PositionBranch
Michael Moore'66U.S. Navy
Alan Welch (MSgt)'67U.S.Air Force (Ret. 69-89)
Dennis Hay (Joe) '68U.S. Army
Gordon Snow'68U.S. Army
Dale Carey'69U.S. Marine Corps
Billy Willey'72U.S. Marine Corps
Kendall Stevenson'86U.S. Navy
David M. Cochran'89U.S. Navy, Submarine Service
Audrey Sillett Lintner'91U.S. Army
Bill West'91U.S. Navy
Tabitha Davis Maroney'96U.S. Marine Corps
Angela Caylor Nadella'96U.S. Air Force
Chris Hildebrandt'99U.S.Army
Dan Lyman (CMSgt)StaffUSAF / Air National Guard
 Robert Stegner (E5)StaffKansas Army National Guard
Aaron WinklemanStaffU.S. Army - USACAPOC

(We know that many student/staff served in the past and
ask that individuals submit additional listings for this page.)

For inclusion on this page contact Michael Carey (macarey@usd288.org  / 785-869-3555)






Remembrance


We remember those Central Heights students/staff who gave their life for others to live free.

Sgt. Jeff Mersman, U.S. Army
Killed in Action, Afghanistan
November 2007

US Army Sgt Jeff S. Mersman, 23 years old was one of five soldiers killed in action 09 November 2007 in Aranus, Afghanistan.  Sgt Mersman was serving the United States of America fighting terrorism supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.  Sgt Mersman had served three Tours of Duty in Iraq and had joined the US Army six years ago.  Sgt Mersman died of wounds sustained when his patrol was ambushed by direct fire from enemy forces.  Sgt Mersman was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 503rd Airborne Infantry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, Vicenza, Italy.
 

 


(We do not present this page as a definitive listing. We welcome appropriate information.  
Contact Michael Carey, macarey@usd288.org or 785-869-3555)