- Student Life
Today, Lawrenceville honors all veterans, particularly the 143 alumni who made the ultimate sacrifice as members of the U.S. Armed Services during World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
This evening, the Lawrenceville Veterans Alumni Association (LVets) will gather virtually to toast the Armed Forces, with special guests Lieutenant Colonel Erhan Bedestani ’98 and Colonel Jenness Steele ’91. This virtual program will be hosted on a platform that will allow guests to engage in a custom Lawrenceville virtual world. Event guests will be able to speak 1:1, in small groups, listen to music, and congregate for the keynote speech and a question and answer session.
Veterans Day celebrations will continue tomorrow with an all-School meeting talk by History and Economics teacher Regan Kerney, who will discuss his time in the U.S. Air Force and the importance of service.
Many members of the Lawrenceville School community, including alumni and employees, have served in the U.S. military, including in theaters of war. We thank them all for their service.
2021-2022 Lawrenceville School Faculty & Staff Veterans
Gary Doan, Buildings and Grounds Dept., U.S. Army
Gary Fair, Public Safety Dept., U.S. Navy
Frank Fernandez, Registrar’s Office, U.S. Navy
Lee Garwig, Community Service Office, U.S. Air Force
John Gore, Alumni and Development Office, U.S. Army
Regan Kerney, History Dept., U.S. Air Force
Ann Martin, Infirmary, U.S. Army
Bill Ogden, Buildings and Grounds Dept., U.S. Navy
Jeff Thurston, Buildings and Grounds Dept., U.S. Army
Alberto Torres, Buildings and Grounds Dept., U.S. Marines Corps
Benjamin T. Wright, Math Dept., U.S. Marine Corps,
Ted Wyckoff, Buildings and Grounds Dept., U.S. Navy
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