FOLLOWUP: Still seeking fallen service members’ relatives for plaque presentation at Chief Sealth IHS Veterans Day assembly

That’s the plaque we first told you about back last month – a special project of the Chief Sealth Class of 1965 in their 50th-anniversary year, granite with brass nameplates honoring all the fallen service members from Chief Sealth. Ron Templin explains, “The left-hand row of brass name plates were for Vietnam, the center row is for Iraq, and the right-hand row is for Afghanistan.” He says the plaque will be presented during Chief Sealth International High School’s Veterans Day assembly at 10:15 am November 5th: “The family members of these brave soldiers are invited to attend.”:

Sigrid Karlstrom ’61 family notified
Lewis Nelson ’62
Allan Potter ’64
Luigi Frank Albanese ’65
Thomas Foster ’65
Thomas Harding ’65
Richard Krogh ’65
Norman Chaney ’66
Dick DeGraaf ’66 family notified
David Lauritsen ’66
John Rauen ’66
Mark Knollmeyer ’67
Donald Douglas ’68
Clarence Risher ’68

Tracy Melvin ’95 family notified

Jarod Newlove ’03 family notified

If anyone knows family members of these service members, please let them know about this Memorial Plaque presentation.

Ron can be reached at:

1 Reply to "FOLLOWUP: Still seeking fallen service members' relatives for plaque presentation at Chief Sealth IHS Veterans Day assembly"

  • Eilene Hutchinson October 27, 2015 (9:34 am)

    What a wonderful, thoughtful project! A BIG thank you to these students.

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