We Mourn

Our Loss

&

We Celebrate

their Legacy

.

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Arlie Albeck

William D Adkins

Tom Alessi


Jim Allen

​Louis Bakula

Dick Banke

Kenneth Berg

Henry Beaudette

Don Blahnik Sr.

Jim (Crazy Snake) Blake

Bill Bliss

James W. Browning

Geo Bowen

Wally Buero

Robert Casale

Chandler Caughie

John Christie

James B. Clark

Jerry Craven

John (Jack) Cunniff

Don Darling

Ralph H Davis Jr

George J. Datz Jr.

Pete Debellis

Ron DeGarmo

James Donahue

Donald E. Donner

Russ Dowell

Archie J. Edmiston

George Ellis

Bruce Elliott

Andy Ehrlichger

George Emsurak

Donald Estok

Ralph Evans

John Farrington

Gale Feick

Bob Flynn

Barbara Forestere

Otto Freytag

Hillard Gabrilove

Don Gardner

Theron Gato

Frank Gelornino

Chuck Gerhart

Howard Gettle

Paul Goeke

Leonard Goodwin

William Goodwin, JR.

​Gary Hansen

Ed Herrick

Ralph Hilty

William A. Hockenberry

Andy Hoell

Virgil Holcomb

David Johnson

John Johnson

W. H. Johnson

Jim Joyce

Earl Kelly

Harry E. King

Bill Kortlang

Mike Lachman

​Wade Lankford

Richard LaPolice

Dick Leisy

Dick Levesque

Charles Lindenberg

George Lucchi

Mike Lyons

Jack Malchoff, Jr.

George Manning

Ed McCarthy

John F. McCaslin

Daniel McClung

Ray L McCoy

Bill McDonough

Bill McGlone

Tom Megargle

Don R. Middlestead

Lee Morris

Andy Nance

Chas O'Neil

George M. Overmyer

Louise S. Overmyer

James R. Patton

Robert Parker

Ralph Perkins

Bart Pickard

Richard Plume

Larry Polito

Timothy Ponton

Ronald Powers

Ray Quinn

Kirby Randall

Ken Ritchie

Art Riker

Pat Riley

Charles (Dusty) Rhodes

Claude Robinson Sr

Ronald Root

Bob Royds

Andrew Sallet

Claire Smith

​Francis Smith

Charles Spenser

Kenneth Stephan

Charles (Doug) Stevens

Jerry Stone

Harry Train Jr

Rick Turner

George R. Usry

​Paul Vanderslice

L.G. Vrana

​Tom Wagner

Jack D. Walquist

Bob Warbutton

Jim Wickham

Robert Williams

Dale Windon

Joseph Wright Jr

Tom Wurz

Jim Yount





Crossing the Bar

by

Alfred, Lord Tennyson 


 


Sunset and evening star

And one clear call for me!

And may there be no moaning of the bar,

When I put out to sea.

 

But such a tide as moving seems asleep,

Too full for sound and foam

When that which drew from out the boundless deep

 Turns again home.


 Twilight and evening bell,

And after that the dark

And may there be no sadness of farewell

When I embark.


 For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Place,

The flood may bear me far;

I hope to see my Pilot face to face

When I have crost the bar.​