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•   Helen Taylor (Milleirons) (1951)  5/2
•   Marian Swann (1951)  5/2
•   Shirley Ann Stulce (1951)  5/2
•   Margaret C. Starnes (1951)  5/2
•   Lella Mae Shoemaker (1951)  5/2
•   Mildred Schmitt (1952)  5/2
•   Orphal Moore (Sain) (1952)  5/2
•   Connie Kyle (1952)  5/2
•   Donald Wayne Nash (1962)  4/30
•   Phyllis Marlowe (Hudson) (1966)  4/29
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Who lives where - click links below to find out.

48 live in Alabama
4 live in Arizona
4 live in Arkansas
20 live in California
2 live in Colorado
63 live in Florida
369 live in Georgia
4 live in Hawaii
6 live in Illinois
3 live in Indiana
1 lives in Iowa
2 live in Kansas
7 live in Kentucky
4 live in Louisiana
1 lives in Maine
7 live in Maryland
1 lives in Massachusetts
11 live in Michigan
2 live in Minnesota
9 live in Mississippi
3 live in Missouri
2 live in Nebraska
2 live in Nevada
2 live in New Hampshire
3 live in New York
19 live in North Carolina
8 live in Ohio
6 live in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
1 lives in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Rhode Island
13 live in South Carolina
1 lives in South Dakota
2,516 live in Tennessee
31 live in Texas
9 live in Virginia
4 live in Washington
2 live in Germany
1 lives in Philippines
2 live in United Kingdom
1,749 location unknown
939 are deceased


•   Elizabeth Davis (1989)  5/2
•   Edward Allen Brown (1986)  5/3
•   Wesley Leon Dotson (1959)  5/3
•   Linda Faye Johnson (Barber) (1977)  5/3
•   Andre Jon Dantzler (1961)  5/4
•   Helen Jeanette Weathers (Anderson) (1973)  5/4
•   Kathy Golden (Camp) (1977)  5/5
•   Myra L. Sanford (1974)  5/5
•   Mary Helen Diamond (Hurst) (1964)  5/9
•   Maurice Jackson (1977)  5/9
•   Kimberly Jones (1986)  5/9
•   Barry Ardell Millard (1963)  5/9
•   Rosa Lee Sampson (Watkins) (1973)  5/10
•   Sheila Meeks (Trapp) (1971)  5/11
•   Brenda Sampson (Coger) (1974)  5/11
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"Keep In Touch"

Welcome to the Kirkman High School Classmates Website. This website was set up for the Alumni  of Kirkman High School A.K.A Kirkman Vocational High School and Later Known as Kirkman Technical High School.  The Home Of the Golden Hawks.

This website was setup by the class of 1961 for all Kirkman Graduates for information and socialazation.

Feel free to post your class information. This is your website. There is no cost to you (except for a $10.00 donation each year. Enjoy it!




Website Staff

David Erby (1961)

Lora Basham (1963)          Christopher Smith (1977)

Marie Crow Noah (1959) Barbara Harrison McBee (1960)

Julia Millsap McRee (1967)            Jordan Slay (1988)

Down Memory Lane

The date was September 1, in Chattanooga,Tennessee. The temperature was 88 degrees and it was the first day of school in Hamilton County. Kirkman High school located downtown on Chestnut Street also was having it's first day of school.

At 8:00 am, the scene was kind of chaotic with students hurrying through the doors to beat the bell from ringing, not wanting to be tardy. Two Students were raising the American flag outside and inside the classes were starting to settle in for what was to be the senior class's first day of the final year at Kirkman.

Walking down the halls a student running late hurrying to class. The doors being closed as you walk by each classroom you could see the teachers starting their homeroom class by calling the roll. Some students with their head on their desk trying to get awake and some with their hands up wanting to asking a question.

After homeroom chaos again as the students leaving Home room starting their day of other classes. You could hear lockers opening and closing. Students laughing and cutting up on their way to the next class.

Later on in the day after school you could walk by some classes and clubs were starting to form for the year. You walk around back of school and student athletes were running or you could hear the sound of cheerleaders practicing.

Ah! it had finally arrived, your senior year. You were now the king of school and ready to take it on, what ever life brought you. Bring on the freshmen, the sophomores, even the juniors because you now ruled.

Little did we know, at the time, we were all becoming a family. A bond that would last us for the rest of our lives. We would be Kirkman  High school's class . Our colors would be gold and black and our mascot would be the Golden Hawk.

Some of us would become friends for life and some would go our different ways to all parts of the earth. Some would get married and maybe father or mother a future President, Governor, Mayor, Minister or some world Leader. Some would go in the Military to serve our country and some would die..

Alma Mater

Where old Lookouts' lofty top

Meets the Southern Blue.

Proudly stands our Alma Mater

Kirkman, grand, and true.


Lift the chorus

Speed it onward

Upward to the sky.

Hail to thee, our Alma Mater,

Hail: All hail, Tech High

Down among the busy humming

of the bustling town.

Outlined' against the hill of cameron

Proudly wears her crown


Lift the chorus

Speed it onward

Upward to the sky.

Hail to thee, our Alma Mater,

Hail: All hail, Tech High


Fellow Hawks,
In 1965, several students attened a TI convention in Memphis. Jeanne McCardell, me and 5 or 6 other students took a bus to Graceland. Elvis' uncle let us inside the gates and someone took pictures of us on the front porch of Graceland and on the lions. When we were waiting at the bus stop to go back to the hotel, a limousine left Graceland with Vernon Presley in it.
I'm looking for the person that has the pictures, took the pictures or knows who may have. I would really like a copy of them. I still have the rocks, sticks and pinecones I picked up in Elvis' yard that day and a picture to go along with them would be great. Whatever expense is getting them copies and mailed, I will be happy be pay.
Thanks, Phyllis Marlowe (Hudson) Class of 1966

Kirkman High School class of 1954


will hold its 59-year reunion on Saturday, Nov. 2, at 3 p.m. at Wally’s Retaurant, 6521 Ringgold Road. For more information, call Ben Pettitt at 706-866-4824 or Jo Cordell Murray at 423-877-4251.