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Old 05-26-2012, 10:24 PM   #1
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Notables from High School

I was sitting around tonight going through old photos and yearbooks; I think almost everyone has gone to school with "someone" who made it.......what about you?


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.............he went on to do pretty well for himself....TOM PETTY

Here's our list of notables from high school

Bernie Leadon is the guy that taught Tom Petty guitar at a local music shop in Gainesville. The rest is history as they say........
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my old man always told me "FOOLS NAMES AND FOOLS FACES" always appear in public places. and what standards do we have to meet to "Make It".
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These Guys are my High school heros
The Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Spruce Street and Columbus Boulevard was created in 1987 to honor the 646 Philadelphians who lost their lives during the war. They included 54 alumni of Thomas Edison School, which sustained the highest number of Vietnam War casualties of any high school in the nation.

The memorial consists of two walls that create an amphitheater designed to offer a place for quiet peace and reflection. The names of the fallen are etched in polished grey granite on the slightly concave southern wall. On the other wall are eight scene panels that begin with the launching of carrier aircraft in August 1964 and end with the rescue of Vietnamese refugees in April 1975. Two additional panels are inscribed with a map of Southeast Asia and with insignias of the five branches of service above a world map.

I went to school for 12 years with a couple of these guys.
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henderson, these are the ones that "made it," they gave the ultimate sacrifice. Thanks for posting this for Memorial Day.

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The Philadelphia Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Spruce Street and Columbus Boulevard was created in 1987 to honor the 646 Philadelphians who lost their lives during the war. They included 54 alumni of Thomas Edison School, which sustained the highest number of Vietnam War casualties of any high school in the nation.

The memorial consists of two walls that create an amphitheater designed to offer a place for quiet peace and reflection. The names of the fallen are etched in polished grey granite on the slightly concave southern wall. On the other wall are eight scene panels that begin with the launching of carrier aircraft in August 1964 and end with the rescue of Vietnamese refugees in April 1975. Two additional panels are inscribed with a map of Southeast Asia and with insignias of the five branches of service above a world map.

I went to school for 12 years with a couple of these guys.
OUTSTANDING TRIBUTE HATS OFF TO PHILLY
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