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As Frankie used to say:  

"If you're lucky enough to be a Ribault Trojan.....then, you're lucky enough!"
Welcome Home Trojans - Class of '67
January 2015
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Ribault Senior High School
Jacksonville, Florida

Class of 1967     

Important
Notes & Reminders
A familiar sight.....
Were any of these your lockers?
High Five!
C'mon, up on your feet.  Where's that school spirit?  

Give me an "R"
"A Wing, or is it B?"
Track is now paved with hi-tech composite surface
 


Tommy Holt
Class of '67
Happy Birthday to our January Classmates

Update on Emery Clance
1.5.2015

Passing of Sharon Lane's brother

Passing of Ms. Linda (Wolf) Turner's long-time partner

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Jackie Hurley – 1
Joan Kilpatrick Stallworth – 2
Terry Leachman - 2
Neal Jennings – 3
Nancy Potter Swanner – 6
Vicki Rozier Sayer – 7
Ron Baker – 11
Ronald Morrell - 11
Diane Stalvey Neuman – 12
Dyanne Drury McGowan – 15
Sharon Lawless McClellan – 15
Mike Dekle – 16
Bill Ramsey – 16
Clifford Foreman – 20
Elizabeth North Nightingale – 24
Glenn Daniels – 31
Rita Nichols Canaday - 31







Frances Stewart
Class of '67
Marion Nowlin
Husband of Ann Smith Nowlin
Wayne Williams
"Magic Carpet Phooey!  Wet, sandy blanket!"
​Lamar McMichael
Class of '68
Kathy Aslinger
Class of '68

Happy New Year
Ribault High School
1967 Calendar Photo
January
Dear Classmates,

We received an email from a cousin of Joseph Frederick (Freddie) Smith, who provided a photo of him for our "In Memory" page on our website.  Freddie died serving our country in Viet Nam.  Until now, we were only able to list him on our "In Memory" page without a photo, with the heading "Picture Unavailable."  We are so proud to be able to post this photo of Freddie, who gave the ultimate sacrifice to our country.  We are also posting Freddie's photo on the front page of our website to honor his service.....it's the least we can do for our hero classmate after all these years.



The following information was taken from the
Viet Nam War Memorial, Panel 22W - Line 82 

JOSEPH FREDERICK SMITH, JR. 
SP5 - E5 - Army - Regular 
5th Infantry Division Mechanized 

DOB: Feb 5, 1948 Age: 21
Jacksonville, FL
Religion: Protestant 
Marital Status: Single

Length of service 1 year
Tour began on Jul 23, 1968  
Died of wounds from hostile small arms fire on 
June 18, 1969 in Quang Tri, South Viet Nam
Body was recovered

Joseph Frederick Smith, Jr.
February 5, 1948 - June 18, 1969