Summer 2017 Corps Review    |    Back

Welcome to a new Corps Review feature: Class Notes. Submit your deployments, job and rank changes, awards and honors, family announcements, photos, and other news and updates at vtcc.vt.edu/classnotes. We are honored to begin highlighting our alumni’s achievements and life events.

1970s

Lt. Col Jim Myers ’78, U.S. Army (Ret.), recently retired from a second career with the U.S. Department of Labor and relocated to the Grove, in College Grove, Tenneesee. He and his wife, Mary, extend their Hokie love to all past, current and future members of the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets.

1980s

Mark Vlahos ’82, at left, and Virginia Tech Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus James “Bud” Robertson Jr.

Mark Vlahos ’82, at left, and Virginia Tech Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus James “Bud” Robertson Jr.

Mark Vlahos ’82, at left, and Virginia Tech Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus James “Bud” Robertson Jr. attended the San Antonio Alumni Chapter’s 10-year celebration earlier this year.  In this picture, Vlahos is wearing the same Highty-Tighty sweater he wore 30-some years ago in Robertson’s class!


1990s

Catherine Ellis Wilson HT ’93 has been promoted to Louisville drug, general merchandise and fuel centers merchandiser for The Kroger Co. Wilson and her husband, Paul Wilson, will relocate from Portland, Oregon, to Louisville, Kentucky, this summer. She has been a manager within Kroger for 24 years. 

2010s

Caleb Pittard ’15

Caleb Pittard ’15

Caleb Pittard ’15 enlisted as a combat engineer and is stationed in Fort Hood, Texas, with the 91st Engineer Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 1st Cavalry Division. PHOTO

Second Lt. Emoke Toth ’15, at left, and 2nd Lt. Tyler Knickerbocker ’15 display the international Hokie sign after completing their initial solos in the T-38 at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Oklahoma. Both alumni are students in the 25th Field Training School and scheduled to graduate from undergraduate pilot training in August.

Second Lt.  Emoke Toth ’15, at left, and 2nd Lt. Tyler Knickerbocker ’15 display the international Hokie sign.

Second Lt.  Emoke Toth ’15, at left, and 2nd Lt. Tyler Knickerbocker ’15 display the international Hokie sign after completing their initial solos in the T-38 at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Oklahoma. Both alumni are students in the 25th Field Training School and scheduled to graduate from undergraduate pilot training in August.