DEDICATES A NEW MEMORIAL TO FALLEN ALUMNI WHO SERVED OUR COUNTRY. W-L-K-Y’S COLIN MAYFIELD ATTENDED THE CEREMONY FOR TODAY’S UNVEILING. This memorial at Butler Traditional High School is a daily reminder of the alumni who died serving this country nats national anthem im proud of the fact that Butler HS has set this up, and recognized all the boys JOSEPH JOHNS — WHO FOUGHT IN WORLD WAR 2 — HAS BEEN THROUGH A LOT IN HIS 91 YEARS, BUT HE SAYS THIS DEDICATION WAS EXTRA SPECIAL. HIS SON – JOSEPH D. JOHNS – A GRADUATE OF BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL – DIED AT A VERY YOUNG AGE WHILE SERVING HIS COUNTRY. son that got through what he needed to do during his tour THE BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CREATED THIS MEMORIAL TO REMEMBER THEIR CLASSMATES WHO FOUGHT AND DIED WHILE PROTECTING THEIR FREEDOM. these were brothers , loved, respected, and never forgotten by their classmates or their Butler classmates nats of taps AT TUESDAY’S DEDICATION CEREMONY, FORMER BUTLER STUDENTS, WHO SERVED IN THE MILITARY, SPOKE ON BEHALF OF THEIR FELLOW CLASSMATES. IT ALSO INCLUDED A PATRIOTIC DISPLAY FROM THE JROTC PROGRAM. CADET LT. COL. JOSEPH KIEFER FOLLOWS IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF PAST JROTC CADETS. school very patriotic, they have taken to our JROTC program and love what we do for our school and for our veterans AS CADETS BOTH PAST AND PRESENT REMEMBER THEIR FRIENDS AND CLASSMATES – JOSEPH JOHNS SMILES BECAUSE HE KNOWS HIS SON WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN. can remember him in his free time in between classrooms doing homework to free up time The Suda E Butler Alumni Association made this memorial possible. Colin Mayfield WLKY News THE BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI WAR MEMORIAL WAS DEDICATED TO TEN CLASSMATES. ALUMNI CONTRIBUTED MORE THAN 18-THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR ITS CREATION.