32nd Company, U.S. Naval Academy Class of ’82
Applegate, Ben – – (8/12/05) I transferred to Miami University (Ohio) where I met Sheila Gibbons, whom I married in 1983. I went on to Loyola Law School of Chicago. After graduation in 1985, I practiced commercial real estate law in a large Chicago firm before forming my own firm in 1998. We now have 15 attorneys and specialize in affordable housing and community development, representing developers, nonprofits, investors and lenders on affordable housing developments across the country.
I have five incredible sons ranging from 19 to 10 years of age. My oldest is a sophomore at Boston College, the next two are in high school with the last two in junior high and elementary school. I have kept in contact with my roommate, Kelly Baragar, but would love to hear from others from the class of 82. Although I have been incredibly blessed in life since leaving the Academy, the decision to leave was probably the biggest regret in my life. I am a strong supporter of the Academy’s mission and value the time I spent there.
Baragar, Kelly Bruce – – Mike Fierro e-mail 09/09/00: Kelly Baragar has command of one of the F14 squadrons (VF 2) on CONSTELLATION.
Daugherty, Brian William – -8/16/05 Retired from Navy in 2003 after command of USS UNDERWOOD (FFG-36). Currently the Director of Education at Navy Mutual AId Association. Married to Val, three children Ceara (7), Devyn (5) Brad (3) residing in Severna Park MD.
Dunaway, David A.
Fowles, James Henry, III — 1/17/2007–left active duty after serving 10 years in subs and retired from the reserves in December 2005. On leaving active duty in ’92, Nora and I moved back to our hometown of Columbia, SC, for me to attend law school – Go Gamecocks, Beat Clemson! I have been practicing law the last 12 years as a management side labor & employment attorney helping companies with people issues and am a shareholder with Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart in the firm’s Columbia office. Nora and I have 3 sons, but the nest is emptying fast, with two in college and one a junior in high school. Leaves more time for hunting and golf!!
Greene, Patrick L.
Grimm, Robert B.
Kenny, Philip Stephen-May he rest in peace. Steve Kenny was killed on May 10th, 2003 in an in-flight accident while delivering an aircraft to Canada for air-to-air combat training. Steve had been flying for Delta out of Atlanta for the last few years and had also been flying for a commercial company ATIS, providing combat air training for U.S. and Canadian forces. Steve’s funeral was held in his hometown of Ogden Utah and was attended by many of his companymates from 32nd company and his fellow pilots from Delta. Steve leaves behind his parents and four brothers and sisters. Steve is the fifteenth classmate that we have lost since we came together as a class back in 1979. Steve’s brother Mike, (’86) expressed it best, “Steve was doing what he loved to do. He was a top flight pilot”. Our condolences go out to Steve’s family
Klorig, William Joseph–7/2/2012: I planned on attending our 30th but will be at sea and miss a big year reunion once again. I am still the Senior Medical Officer on the USS Nimitz (CVN-68) and the Carrier Strike Group 11 Surgeon, and have another year in this tour. My medical school time slid my mandatory retirement date to the right so I intend to remain on active duty for a few more years. I am enjoying life as a Navy Family Practice Physician and still flying while enjoying a close association with the aviation community as an Aerospace Medicine/ Preventive Medicine Physician. My wife and I are still home ported in Washington near Bremerton where we hope to eventually retire.
McDaniel, Edward Roy – -8/12/05 Retired from the USMC. Currently a Senior Program Manager for Lockheed Martin working in Rosslyn, VA. Wife, Laura; son, Jacob (15); daughters, Katie (12) and Alyssa (10). Living in Arnold, MD.
McDonnell, Timothy J.–-6/15/02–wife Mary C. McDonnell – kids Annie (5), Quinn (3). After graduation, I spent 7 1/2 years on active duty – helicopter pilot. Attended law school at St. John’s University (New York) where I met my wife. I’ve been practicing law since 1992 in New York — aviation and maritime law, primarily. I’m currently a partner at McKeegan & Drago in N.Y. Life is good and getting better.
Michaelson, Steven Paul
Poole, Mark Richard–9/23/07–After leaving active duty in 1990 I became a golf professional and moved to the Atlanta area where I still live. I was a teaching professional for 9 years I became a PGA member in 1999. I finally got tired of working when everyone else was having fun (weekends primarily) so I went back to school to get my teaching certification in middle grades math and science. I currently teach middle school math to 8th graders and live with my wife Beth and her 2 childeren Zac (17) and Laura (14). My three children Mark Jr (23) has graduated from college and is looking for work in the international business arena. Christopher (21) is a QM3 stationed on board the USS Mustin in Yokuska Japan. Elizabeth (18) is a freshman at Florida State University studying in Panama for a year.
Ricciuti, Paul Jude – – Mike Fierro e-mail 09/09/00: Paul is in command of the Naval Ordnance Center Rock Island, IL.
Sjoblom, Eric Lawrence – – (Company e-mail representative) E-mail 2/20/17: Life is full of blessings! I married Kimberly in Oct 2012 in Brookfield CT. Along with our 6 kids (16-24 yr) and 3 dogs….our time isn’t our own! I am a Training Captain on the Airbus 320, flying out of NY. Kimberly was a nurse, but is looking forward to our future retirement. We are following Christ, so lets see where He takes us!!!
Viering, Edward William
Wilson, Casey Kim-May she Rest in Peace
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