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SPECIAL EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS:  Landfill open extended hours in AprilRelay For Life, a team event to fight cancerParents and teachers, new website helps explain terrorism to kids Renew your license plate online

REGULAR POSTINGS:  Addresses of city and county officials Addresses of state legislators Girl ScoutsLincoln JayceesLogan County Genealogical and Historical SocietyLogan County LEPC committee appointmentsOasisZonta Club of Lincoln


SPECIAL EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Landfill open extended hours in April

The city landfill will be open extended hours in April for disposal of landscape waste, according to Street Superintendent Don Osborne. Hours will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday.  There will be no Sunday hours.


Relay For Life, a team event to fight cancer

Logan County will host the sixth annual Relay For Life at the Laughlin Center at Lincoln Christian College and Seminary on May 9 and 10. The Relay For Life is the American Cancer Society's signature event. It is truly a celebration of cancer survivorship and an outstanding way to honor those who have triumphed over cancer and to remember those we have lost to the disease.

Cancer is the second leading cause of death in Illinois. In 2003 it is expected that 57,160 Illinoisans will be diagnosed with cases of cancer. This is equivalent to 157 new cases every day and almost seven new cases every hour. Approximately 25,610 Illinoisans will die of cancer this year, about 70 people a day.

There are about eight million people alive today who have had some type of cancer. Every year more and more people survive cancer. This is especially true of children with cancer because of the new treatments and technology.

Last year the Relay For Life raised over $14,000,000 in Illinois. Of this amount, 60 percent stayed in our state.

By forming a team from your company, church, school, neighborhood or other group, you will not only be part of a great community event, but you will raise funds to improve the quality of life for cancer patients today and the outlook for those diagnosed in the future. We hope to raise $65,000 from this year's event. To reach our goal, we need your support!

This year's festivities officially begin at 8 p.m. Friday and conclude Saturday at noon. The overnight fund-raiser helps to support the organization's programs of cancer research, education, patient services and advocacy.

This year's gold sponsors for the event are CEFCU, Family Medical Center, Lincolnland Communication/Cingular, Wal-Mart, and Lincoln Christian College and Seminary.

Local co-chairs are Mary Ellen Martin and Kathy Blaum.

If you are interested in learning more about this important event, please call 732-9372, 732-3349 or
1 (800) 252-5302.

For more information on the Web, go to http://www.cancer.org/docroot/gi/gi_1.asp.


Parents and teachers, new website
helps explain terrorism to kids

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has just posted a section titled "National Security Emergencies" on "FEMA for Kids." The new section helps explain terrorism, biological and chemical weapons and how to prepare for these threats. In light of the newly elevated threat level, this site is even more important. Go to http://www.fema.gov/kids/nse/.


Renew your license plate online

To renew your license plate online, go to https://sosrpltwbcl.ilsos.net/IllExpress/ to find out if you are eligible; then click on the "renew here" link and enter your code number from the notice you received in the mail.


REGULAR POSTINGS FOR ORGANIZATIONS

Addresses of city and county officials

Lincoln City Council members

Mayor Elizabeth Davis, P.O. Box 353, Lincoln, IL 62656;  735-3912

Aldermen:

Benny Huskins, 1st Ward, 412 N. Madison St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-3894

Pat Madigan, 1st Ward, 110 Park Place, Lincoln, IL 62656;  735-3724

Steve Fuhrer, 2nd Ward, 1203 Eighth St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-6679

Verl Prather, 2nd Ward, 700 Broadway St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-4778

David Armbrust, 3rd Ward, 700 Broadway St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-4261

George Mitchell, 3rd Ward, 427 Wyatt Ave., Lincoln, IL 62656;  735-2151

William Melton, 4th Ward, 1112 E. Burlington St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  735-2658

Rev. Glenn Shelton, 4th Ward, 920 Pekin St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-8749

Michael Montcalm, 5th Ward, 700 Broadway St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-6606

Martha Neitzel, 5th Ward, 525 Southgate, Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-9320

 

Logan County Board members

District 1:

  • Charles Ruben, 2409 1000th Ave., Hartsburg, IL  62643;  642-5388

  • William H. Sahs, 1366 2100th St., Lincoln, IL  62656;  735-3546

District 2:

  • Robert Farmer, 1209 700th Ave., Lincoln, IL 62656;  735-1179
  • Richard E. Logan, 21 Illini Drive, Lincoln, IL 62656;  (work) 732-2323; 732-8114

District 3:

  • Gloria Luster, vice chairperson, 106 N. Marion St., Mount Pulaski, IL 62548;  (cell) 737-0349; 792-5275
  • John Stewart, 1617 900th St., Mount Pulaski, IL  62548;  792-3444

District 4:

  • David R. Hepler, 119 Lincoln Ave., Lincoln, IL 62656;  (work) 735-4451; 732-8586
  • Terry W. Werth, 123 Lincoln Ave., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-9314

District 5:

  • Patrick O'Neill, 210 N. State St., Lincoln, IL  62656;  732-9337
  • Dale Voyles, chairman, 543 11th St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  (cell) 871-0057; 732-7901

District 6:

  • William "Mitch" Brown, 1372 1850th St., Lincoln, IL 62656;  732-2268
  • Paul E. Gleason, 1621 Rutledge Drive, Lincoln, IL 62656;  735-9111

Logan County Board committees

All meetings of the full county board are open to the public.

  • Board-of-whole meeting:  Thursday before third Tuesday of each month, first floor courtroom at the courthouse, 7 p.m.

  • Adjourned board meeting:  third Tuesday of each month, 7 p.m.

(First person named is chairman of each committee.)

Airport/farm:

  • Farmer, Ruben, Hepler, Voyles, Sahs

  • Monthly meeting:  First Monday, Logan County Airport conference room, 7 p.m.

Animal:

  • O'Neill, Ruben, Hepler, Stewart, Werth, Voyles

  • Second Wednesday, first floor county board room at courthouse, 7 p.m.

Buildings and grounds:

  • Logan, Brown, Stewart, Werth, Voyles

  • First Tuesday, county board room, 7 p.m.

Finance:

  • Ruben, Logan, Farmer, Werth, Voyles, Gleason

  • Friday before third Tuesday, county board room, 8 a.m.

Health:

  • Luster

  • Second Monday of odd-numbered months, Logan County Health Department, 7 p.m.

Insurance/legislative:

  • Luster, Gleason, Brown, Ruben, Stewart, Voyles

  • Second Tuesday, county board room, 7 p.m.

Law enforcement/ESDA:

  • Logan, Farmer, Brown, Stewart, Voyles, Hepler

  • First Thursday, Blue Room at safety complex, 7 p.m.

Liquor:

  • Luster, Hepler, Werth, Brown, Farmer, Voyles

  • On call

Road and bridge:

  • Werth, Hepler, Farmer, O'Neill, Sahs, Voyles

  • Friday before board-of-whole meeting, county highway department building, 8 a.m.

Planning and zoning:

  • Hepler, Stewart, Luster, Logan, O'Neill, Voyles

  • First Wednesday, county highway department building, 7:30 p.m.

Waste management:

  • Werth, O'Neill

  • Third Wednesday, City Hall, 7 p.m.

Economic development:

  • Voyles, Logan

  • On call

9-1-1 liaison:

  • Logan

  • Third Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Work force investment:

  • Gleason

  • On call

Tourism:

  • Gleason

  • On call

Chamber of commerce liaison:

  • Sahs

  • On call

General Assembly liaison:

  • Voyles, Logan

  • On call

Community Action:

  • Gleason, Luster

  • Fourth Thursday,  7:30 p.m.

Personnel:

  • Voyles, Ruben, Luster

  • Meets quarterly

Public Aid appeals:

  • O'Neill

Parliamentarian and historian:

  • Gleason

Government, education, Main Street Lincoln:

  • Voyles

Safety:

  • Hepler and non-board members Tom Hickman, Dana Brown, Dennis Reves

Resource conservation and development:

  • Luster, Roger Bock (nonmember)

Regional planning director:

  • Phil Mahler

Zoning officer:

  • Walter "Bud" Miller


Addresses of state legislators

Representatives

Rep. Bill Mitchell (R), 87th District

  • Springfield office:
    240-W Stratton Office Building
    Springfield, IL  62706
    (217) 782-8163
    (217) 782-4553 fax

  • District office:
    332 W. Marion
    Suite 12
    Forsyth, IL  62535
    (217) 876-1968
    (217) 876-1973 fax

Rep. Rich Brauer (R), 100th District

  • Springfield office:
    Stratton Office Building, Room 1128-E
    Springfield, IL  62706
    (217) 782-0053
    (217) 782-0897 fax

  • Lincoln office:
    Logan County Farm Bureau Building
    124 S. McLean St.
    Lincoln, IL 62656
    (217) 732-4433
    (217) 782-5406 fax
    Office hours in the Farm Bureau office:
    1-4:30 p.m. Fridays

  • E-mail: Brauer100th@aol.com

Senators

Sen. Bill Brady (R), 44th District

  • Springfield office:
    105A Capitol Building
    Springfield, IL  62706
    (217) 782-6216

Sen. Larry K. Bomke (R), 50th District

  • Springfield office:
    105D Capitol Building
    Springfield, IL  62706
    (217) 782-0228
    (217) 782-5406 fax

  • Lincoln office:
    Logan County Farm Bureau Building
    124 S. McLean St.
    Lincoln, IL 62656
    (217) 732-4433
    (217) 782-5406 fax
    Office hours in the Farm Bureau office:
    1-4:30 p.m. Fridays

  • E-mail: senator_bomke@yahoo.com

 

[Click here to find addresses for other state representatives and senators.]


Girl Scout Week celebrates the fun,
friendship and power of girls together

SPRINGFIELD -- Girl Scouts, Land of Lincoln Council, celebrated the history and future of Girl Scouting this past week, March 9-15. Special Girl Scout Week events included the Girl Scouts Care project. Daisy through senior Girl Scouts collected nonfood items such as soap, towels, school and infant supplies. These items will be donated to area day cares and women's and children's shelters.

In Girl Scouts, girls ages 5-17 enjoy a myriad of exciting, skill-building activities designed to enhance self-esteem. This year, Girl Scouts of the USA has implemented a national math, science and technology initiative to nurture girls' early interest and ability in these areas. It's one part of an ongoing effort to prepare today's girls to take on the technological opportunities and challenges of the 21st century.

"During Girl Scout Week we renew our commitment to making sure every girl in the Land of Lincoln Council has the opportunity to grow strong and realize their own potential," states Sue Clark, CEO of Girl Scouts, Land of Lincoln Council.

The annual Girl Scout Week commemorates the 1912 founding of Girl Scouting in the United States by Juliette Gordon Low. In the 90 years since, the organization has helped shaped the lives of more than 50 million women. Girl Scouting cultivates values, social conscience and self-esteem in young girls, while teaching them critical life skills for success as adults. Membership continues to grow as more and more girls take advantage of the unique all-girl environment.

Girl Scouts, Land of Lincoln Council, is chartered by Girl Scouts of the USA and has a membership on nearly 5,000 girls and 1,200 adult volunteers. The council serves 6˝ counties, including Christian, Logan, Mason, Menard, Macoupin, Montgomery and Sangamon counties. For more information about Girl Scouts, contact the Land of Lincoln Council at (217) 523-8159 or visit www.girlscoutsllc.org.


  • Girl Scout leader meetings:  the first Thursday of each month, at the usual time and place.

Websites with lots of ideas that Girl Scout leaders, families or kids can use:

makingfriends.com

crayola.com

elmers.com 

See the website for Girl Scouts, Land of Lincoln Council, at http://www.girlscoutsllc.org/.

You can send questions and suggestions to the council by clicking here: gsllc@girlscoutsllc.org.

Also, see the national Girl Scouts site at http://www.girlscouts.org/.


Lincoln Jaycees meet monthly

Lincoln Jaycees have membership meetings the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Moose Lodge. The meetings are for all current and prospective members.

Board meetings for the Jaycees are on the third Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. at Wendy's Restaurant.


Logan County LEPC committee appointments

Logan County Local Emergency Planning Committee, the LEPC, held its spring quarterly meeting at the Logan County Safety Complex recently. Yearly elections for all offices, voting delegates, committees and chairs were held. The following members will serve as officers for the year 2002.

LEPC committee appointments

* Indicates chair

Hazard analysis -- Dan Fulscher*, Kathy Waldo, Lisa Funk, Mike Patridge, Bobbie Abbott, Steve Siltman

Response and preparedness -- Lisa Funk*, Rick Nesbit, Sheriff Tony Soloman, Police Chief Richard Montcalm, IDOT representative Mike Esker

Community awareness -- Dan Fulscher*, Bobbi Abbott*, Linda Nelson, Joan Crabb, Don Begolka, Ken Davison

Health services -- Kathy Waldo*, Lloyd Evans, Gary Bellafiore, Barb Kline, Roger Leesman, Marsha Stoll, Debbie Cook, Steve Siltman

Training -- Mike Patridge*, Delmar Stewart, Sheila Nelson, Lincoln City Fire Chief Washam, Tom Martin

Community resources -- Steve Siltman*, Lincoln Mayor Beth Davis, Atlanta Mayor Bill Martin, Dayle Eldredge, Curtis Sutterfield of the Salvation Army, Devin Vannoy, Ed Houchins

Representatives of constituencies

The law requires that one representative from each of the following categories be included in the LEPC membership. The delegate and predesignated alternate are listed for each constituency.

Local representative of elected official -- Dayle Eldredge; Bill Martin

Law enforcement -- Ed Baunach, Tim Butterfield

Civil defense and emergency management -- Dan Fulscher; Terry Storer

Firefighting -- Robert Washam; Roger Leesman

First aid and EMT -- Steve Siltman; Tom Martin

Health -- Kathy Waldo; Lloyd Evans

Local environmental -- Mike Patridge; Warren Wendlandt

Hospital -- Barb Kline; Gary Auten

Transportation -- Don Begolka; Brian Hinds

Broadcast, print, electronic media -- Joan Crabb; Jan Youngquist

Community groups -- Mary Elston; Tammy Buse

Owners and operators of regulated facilities -- Lisa Funk; Sheila Nelson


Oasis update

The Oasis, Logan County's senior citizen center, 501 Pulaski St. in Lincoln, is open weekdays (except holidays) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The center is open also on Friday and Sunday nights for table games. Dominic Dalpoas is the executive director. Activities are open to all Logan County senior citizens, regardless of membership.

March birthday party

All March birthday celebrants are asked to join us Monday, March 17, at 1:30 p.m. There will be entertainment, games, prizes and dessert. Bring a friend to celebrate with you. No reservation necessary.

Tuesday lunch program

The Oasis reminds everyone who has a lunch reservation to join us between 11:30 a.m. and noon Tuesday, when the meal will be served.

Veterans service

The veterans service officer will be here March 25 from 9 a.m. until noon. Please mark your calendars. The service is still on a limited schedule due to reduced staffing.

Pinochle challenge with Taylorville

The Oasis will challenge pinochle players at the senior center in Taylorville on March 19. The group will leave at 8:45 a.m. and return about 4 p.m. The Oasis won the trophy at the last challenge. The cost is only $7 for transportation, cards and lunch. If you decide to drive on your own, you will still need a reservation, but the cost is only $3 for lunch and cards. Call 732-6132 for a reservation.

Senior prom

Please call in to let us know if you will be there on Saturday, March 29, from 7 to 9 p.m. The high school culinary class needs to plan enough treats for everyone.

Game winners and schedule change

Many players enjoyed cards and other games during the expanded Sunday hours, 2-10 p.m. There is a schedule change for March 16 only, when the center will be open from 5 to 10 p.m. The expanded 2-10 p.m. schedule will resume on March 23.

Recent game winners were Larry Van Bibber, Marie Rogers, Henry Warnisher and Esther Will for pinochle, and Ann Greger and Tom Garrison for 5 in 1.

Newsletter

Friends of The Oasis members receive bimonthly newsletters by mail. For more information, call 732-6132 or 732-5844.


Milestones

Announcement forms are available online! Print out yours, fill it out, and bring it or send it in to Lincoln Daily News. We welcome your pictures, black and white as well as color. This free service is extended to all of our readers. Your announcement will be posted online. Anyone, anywhere can read it! Aunt Betty in Florida, Uncle Bob in Alaska and Cousin Frank in Fiji can read your announcement in Lincoln Daily News!

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Team up with friends for MS Walk

[MARCH. 4, 2003]  Helping improve the lives of a third of a million Americans is a big job, but it's not overwhelming with a little help from your friends. Bring a group of friends or family members and join other teams on Sunday, April 6, for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's 2003 MS Walk. Chat with your team as you walk down the 1˝-mile course through Kickapoo Creek Park and toward a cure for MS. The walk begins at 1:30 p.m.

Teams of walkers collect contributions for completing the course. The money raised from the MS Walk helps the society continue to lead the way in MS programs, research and professional education.

"I always have fun walking for the National MS Society," said Donita Biggs of Lincoln. "I always meet new people and get to see some of my old friends while I walk. Although I have so much fun, I am really here to help the third of a million Americans living with MS. It's the least I can do."

The National MS Society is dedicated to ending the devastating effects of MS. Thanks to significant advances in research, the FDA has approved several treatments that may alter the underlying course of MS, and early treatment is critically important. People with MS should consult their doctors about using one of the FDA-approved medications and other effective treatments for the symptoms of MS.

 

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The National Multiple Sclerosis Society is the only national voluntary MS organization that meets the standards of all major agencies that rate the fiscal responsibility of nonprofit groups

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, unpredictable neurological disease. MS can cause blurred vision, loss of balance, poor coordination, slurred speech, tremors, numbness, extreme fatigue, problems with memory and concentration, paralysis, and blindness. These problems may be permanent, or they may come and go.

For more information about MS, the MS Walk, or to walk, volunteer or sponsor someone in the MS Walk, please call Nancy Ireland at 732-2339 or the National MS Society at 1 (800) FIGHT MS, or visit nationalmssociety.org.

[Press release]


Benefits


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People all across this country and, in fact, around the world, claim roots in Logan County. They have very interesting stories to tell, and some of them like to connect with those of us who stayed at home. Logan County Diaspora publishes the stories of former Logan County residents. With their permission, we also include their e-mail addresses so that old friends might be reunited. If you wish to be part of the Logan County Diaspora, e-mail ldneditor@lincolndailynews.com.  



Family and Friends in the Armed Forces

It is a time like no other. Since Sept. 11, 2001, we are a changed nation. Individually, our daily sensitivity toward whom and what we have in our lives has been heightened. We are more conscious and appreciative, first about those we love and see every day. Next, we have a newfound appreciation for those who risk their lives every day as rescue workers and protectors of life and property in our communities. We also now think more about our military men and women who are committed to serve and protect our country. Many are away engaged in battle, some are in waiting to go, all are ready to lay their lives on the line in defense of our freedom.

Friends and relatives serving in the armed forces are listed here so we might all hold them in our thoughts, prayers and well wishes. If you know of other friends and relatives serving (they need not be from Logan County), please send the information to ldneditor@lincolndailynews.com. Along with the name, you are invited to include the branch of service, current location of service, postal address, e-mail address and relationship to the person providing the information (optional).

A1C James P. Allen

U.S. Air Force

820 Red Horse Squadron

Nellis AFB, Nevada

Son of John and Jo Ann Allen of Beason

2001 graduate of Lincoln Community High School

A1C Jerome A. Allen

U.S. Air Force

Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada

Postal address: 5805 Mountain Home St.

Unit J-13

Nellis AFB, NV 89191

E-mail: ja_af_82@hotmail.com

Son of John and Jo Ann Allen of Beason

2000 graduate of Lincoln Community High School

 

SST Kenneth Allen
and wife Susan Allen (Elza)

U.S. Army-1AD-HHC

Weisbaden, Germany

E-mail: spot2sweetpea@yahoo.com or susan12652000@yahoo.com

Billy Barmes

Jon Barton

U.S. Army Artillery
Kuwait

Business address: Alpha Battery 1-41 FA

Unit #93115

APO AE 09303-3115

E-mail: jonathan.barton@us.army.mil

2002 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.

T. Sgt. Adam C. Blaum

U.S. Air Force

In the Middle East

Postal address: 384 ESVS

APO AE 09317

Sgt. Brad Boss

160th SOAR(A) "Nightstalkers"

Fort Campbell, Ky.

E-mail: bradley.boss@us.army.mil

Jon Bowers

Ramstein, Germany

Pvt. Jared Brown

Army National Guard

1644 Trans. Co., Springfield

Son of Jim and Tara Brown of Beason

2002 graduating class president at LCHS

Geoff Brown

Fort Worth, Texas

Jennifer Buffington

Simon Burlington

Josh Campbell

Kuwait

101st Airborne

Son-in-law of Cheryl and Bob Frank

Matt Clemens

U.S. Army National Guard

Fort Benning, Ga.

AIT in South Carolina

From Mount Pulaski

LTJG Frederick V. Dehner

U.S. Navy

250 Pelican Drive, Groton, CT 06340

Phone: (860) 405-1285

E-mail: fdehner@yahoo.com

Son of Philip and Connie L. Dehner

1984 graduate of Lincoln Community High School

Pvt. Brett M. Dellow

U.S. Army Signal Corps

Manheim, Germany

Postal address:

C Co. 72nd SIG BN
Unit 29957 Box 499
APO AE 09086

E-mail: dellowem@hotmail.com

2002 graduate of Lincoln Community High School

Chuck Demling

U.S. Marine Corps

Chesapeake, Va. 

E-mail: demling2@aol.com

Son of Doug and Bunny Laymon of Atlanta

SRA Chassidy Dority

U.S. Air Force

In the Middle East

Daughter of Robert and Teresa Matherly

Tech. Sgt. Evan Jay Downey,
Karen and Ethan

U.S. Air Force

Mildenhall Air Force Base, England

Son of Lucky Eichner

1988 graduate of LCHS

Karmalisha Duncan

Ben Estes

Reserves

Seaman Luke A. Gerardot

U.S. Coast Guard

Stationed aboard the cutter Thetis
at Key West, Fla.

Postal address:

SN Luke Gerardot

USCGC Thetis (WMEC-910)

Key West, FL  33040

E-mail:  coastieblue7@hotmail.com

Spc. Kyle Gleason

Army National Guard

126 Maintenance Company

Building 2546

S. 12th Ave.

Fort McCoy, WI  54656

Son of Dennis and Nitsie Gleason

Mark V. Gleason

OSI U.S. Air Force

Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio

Son of Joyce Gleason of Lincoln and John and Phyliss Gleason of Michigan

Doug Graff

Tech. Sgt. Veronica Hasprey

39 CES

Prime Beef Deployed

Operation Northern Watch

APO AE - 09396 - 5000

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Becky Hill

U.S. Army Reserves

378th Chemical Co.

Daughter of Ken and Linda Hill of Mason City

1999 graduate of Illini Central

Joey Horn

Chad Kerns

U.S. Navy

DDG-52 USS Barry

Naval Station Norfolk, Va.

Operations specialist

 

Eric Leslie

U.S. Army in the Middle East

82 ABN DIV

E-mail: eric.leslie@us.army.mil

Larry Martincic

A1C Chad M. Maxheimer
U.S. Air Force

Deployed to an undisclosed location

E-mail: chad.maxheimer@salem.af.mil

Son of Mike and Suzie Maxheimer of Chestnut and Michelle Lowe of Mount Pulaski

2000 graduate of Mount Pulaski High School

L. Cpl. Jeremy J. McCain

U.S. Marine Corps

Kuwait

From Mount Pulaski

Kevin McGinnis

Egypt

Philip Nodine

U.S. Army National Guard

Fort Jackson, S.C.

Michelle K. Ramlow

U.S. Navy

At Pentagon

Postal address: 5409-B Steeplechase Drive

Fredericksburg, VA 22407

E-mail: ramlow.michelle@hq.navy.mil 

Justin Rankin

Kuwait

 

Sgt. Brian W. Rankin

Army National Guard Military Police

233rd, Springfield

Son of Carl and Margaret Rankin

Sgt. James M. Rehmann II
Illinois Army National Guard

Bravo Company, 1/131 Infantry (Air Assault)

9˝ years prior U.S. Navy service, active duty, Electronics Technician Second Class

Distinguished Service from Sept. 25, 1990, to present

Maj. James E. Reineke,
Deborah, Nathan, Emily

U.S. Air Force

Misawa Air Base, Japan

E-mail: REIN4RUN@aol.com 

Brad Riley

Korea

Joe Rybolt

U.S. Army National Guard

1544th Trans. Co.

Son of James and Nita Rybolt

1997 graduate of LCHS

Pvt. Christian B. Skelton

U.S. Army

E-mail: skelton820@hotmail.com

2001 graduate of LCHS

Husband of Nahani Lynn Skelton

Erika L. Slayton

Illinois Air National Guard, 183rd Fighter Wing

Frankfurt, Germany

Postal address:

16ESS/FM

PSC 5 Box 1000

APO AE 09050

E-mail: 16ess.fm@rheinmain.af.mil 

Daughter of Lloyd (Ed) and Bridget Slayton

Eric Smith

Coast Guard

New Jersey

Jill Smith

Angela Spickard

National Guard medical support

SrA Brandi N. (Barr) Splitter
and husband SrA Ben A. Splitter

U.S. Air Force

Stationed at RAF Mildenhall, United Kingdom

E-mail: Brandi.Splitter@mildenhall.af.mil

Daughter of Donna L. Sommers of Beason and Hank Barr of Bloomington

1997 graduate of LCHS

Dirk Steinfort

Race Steinfort

Duane Swarts

U.S. Navy

Aboard the USS Kitty Hawk

Son of Bunny and Doug Laymon of Atlanta and Tony and Saundra Swarts of Middletown

Spc. Jeffery Towery

Army National Guard

333rd MP Co.

Fort McCoy, Wis.  

Spc. Tim Uphoff

Illinois Army National Guard

106th AVN, Peoria

Chinook helicopter maintenance

Son of Dennis and Nancy Uphoff, Beason

2001 graduate of LCHS

JD Welsh

Maj. Lee Wheeler

Illinois Air National Guard, 169th ASOS

Afghanistan

Operation Enduring Freedom

Son of Bill Wheeler and Sandra Dehner-Wheeler

Grandson of Fred and Mona Dehner, William and Mary (Kenning) Wheeler

Tech. Sgt. Thomas Yarcho

U.S. Air Force

At Ramstein Air Base, Germany

E-mail: thomas.yarcho@ramstein.af.mil

Class of 1982


Reunions

Ongoing class reunion in cyberspace for 1960 graduates of LCHS

http://www.geocities.com/lincolnhigh1960/


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