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Mansfield High School Graduates 2004
1960 view of Mansfield High School. Front section , formerly the gym - converted to auditorium, was built about 1927 attached to the old Brick School. In 1939, the Brick School was torn down and the new school built surrounding the central gym. The 1939 section  on left became the Junior High School in the fall of 1959, and the High School is the new part on the right.
1968 Yearbook Photo
From the 2004 School Records of Mansfield High School.
Return to Table of Contents for Mansfield High School Class Lists
Surname First Name Year   Spouse
Alderfer Charles 2004  
Allen Meghann M 2004  
Aumick Brandi L 2004  
Ayewoh Adianosen M 2004  
Barnes Stacy A 2004  
Bradford Robin 2004  
Bramm Kyle L 2004  
Brant Robert A 2004  
Breon Beth 2004  
Bubb Erica D 2004  
Carlson Daniel T 2004  
Chase Trenton W 2004  
Clark Brandon 2004  
Clark Cody R 2004  
Cormier Danielle 2004  
Cox Jennifer F 2004  
Cummings Kasey 2004  
Derstine Sara 2004  
Florencio Denis R 2004  
Freeman Nicole M 2004  
Garrison Leah M 2004  
Giles Ryan 2004  
Gleason Amiee 2004   1984-2013
Greco Jessica L 2004  
Guthrie Brandon W 2004  
Harter Zachary P 2004  
Havens Patricia 2004  
Hilfiger Travis 2004  
Hill Kevin M 2004  
Holton Jill A 2004  
Jackson Chad 2004  
Jaquish Preston D 2004  
Jones Kirby L 2004  
Kasper Sara M 2004  
Kaufmann Matthew P 2004  
Kennedy Daniel 2004  
Kennedy Jeremy T 2004  
Kennedy Mark W 2004  
Kling Alisha 2004  
Lamb Cristal 2004  
Linaberry Christopher R 2004  
Losinger Christopher L 2004  
Magnotta Valerie L 2004  
Mayall Stephen J 2004  
Miller Nathaniel J 2004  
Miller Steven M 2004  
Moran Joy L 2004  
Nance Rachel D 2004  
Neal Jeremy 2004  
Nice Jesse N 2004  
Owen Jeremy 2004  
Oyallon-Koloski Jenny 2004  
Payne Tyler 2004  
Piquero Severiano 2004  
Plank Daniel L 2004  
Rathbun Raeann M 2004  
Rice Candy 2004  
Sherman Jessica M 2004  
Sleboda Andrew 2004  
Slingerland Warren C 2004  
Smith Andrea N 2004  
Smith Michael W 2004  
Tice Ashley A 2004  
Vlajic Nicholas A 2004  
Walls Ryan F 2004  
Watts Jessica A 2004  
Weiskopff Kyle B 2004  
Wilson Daniel L 2004  
Woodruff Hamilton T 2004 84056  1985-2009
Young Alyse 2004  
Young Ryan N 2004  
Yskamp James P 2004  

GLEASON Amièe Marie Casher Gleason28, of Sabinsville, died Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, at Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital, Wellsboro. She was born Dec. 20, 1984, in Wellsboro, a daughter of Thomas A. and Kitrina (Holley) Gleason. Amièe was a 2004 graduate of Mansfield High School. She enjoyed animals, especially her cats and frogs.Amièe is survived her parents, Thomas and Kitrina Gleason of Mansfield; maternal grandfather, Ernest Holley of Mainesburg; paternal grandmother and step-grandfather, Carole and Roger Smith, Sr. of Mansfield; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Thomas N. (Stephanie) Gleason of Mansfield, Sean A. Gleason of Mansfield; a sister, Desirèe Copp of Mansfield; nieces and nephews, Jarek Copp, Josef Copp, Rylee Gleason, Averii Gleason and Noah; aunts and uncles. Amièe was predeceased by her maternal grandmother, Donna Holley, and her paternal grandfather, Nelson Gleason.Family and friends are invited to call on Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Buckheit Funeral Chapel and Crematory, Inc., 637 S. Main St., Mansfield. Funeral services will follow at 7 p.m., at the funeral chapel. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Buckheit Funeral Chapel to assist with expenses.   Wellsboro Gazette – October 30, 2013 

WOODRUFF - Hamilton [Ham] T. Woodruff, 23, of State College, died on Tuesday, April 14, 2009, at Altoona Regional Trauma Center as a result of a motor vehicle accident in Freedom Township, Blair County. He was born on Oct. 23, 1985, in Williamsport; a son of the Rev. Howard T. and Dawn E. [Jones] Woodruff of State College. Hamilton was a 2004 graduate of Mansfield High School, where he was class president and captain of the high school soccer team. He was currently serving as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps, working as an Arabic linguist and had just been appointed to the United States Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command. He was a member of the Mt. Nittany United Methodist Church in State College. Hamilton enjoyed reading and playing soccer, having played since age five, and participating in high school soccer and playing for the Marine Corps soccer team. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister, Hilary T. Woodruff of State College and Nashville, Tenn.; his girlfriend, Andrea Clouser of State College; paternal grandmother, Shirley Woodruff of Williamsport; maternal grandparents, Don and Carol Jones of Danville; and maternal great-grandmother, Betty Hack of Danville. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Thomas H. Woodruff, Sr. Family received friends from 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, April 17, at the Mt. Nittany United Methodist Church, 1500 E. Branch Road, State College and from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 18, at the church. Funeral services followed immediately at 11 a.m. at the church, with the  Rev. Gary D. Weaver and the Rev. Ron Doverspike, officiating. Military honors were accorded by members of the United States Marine Corps. Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Mt. Nittany United Methodist Church Worship Ministries, 1500 E. Branch Road, State College, PA 16801. It was always Hamilton's desire that in the event of his death, his organs were to be donated. His wish was granted. Now others will be able to live well because of the gifts he gave. - Mansfield Gazette, April 22, 2009
Williamsport Sun Gazette, January 2, 2010
Former South side man honored posthumously by Shawna T. Turner
Sgt. Hamilton Woodruff, a native of the area, posthumously received a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Award for his lifesaving work in the Marine Corps. Woodruff attended schools in South Williamsport, prior to leaving the area in 1999. As a 23-year-old Arabic linguist for the military, Woodruff gathered and analyzed intelligence as a team leader in a reconnaissance force that thwarted potential terrorist attacks, among other missions. "What he did was gathered and interpreted more than 150 reports that protected a combat team. What we are told is that there were some insurgents that were going to attack a team.  Hamilton discovered it," said Rev. Howard T. Woodruff, Hamilton's father. Another major event thwarted by Hamilton was a possible attack against Americans. "He discovered a suspicious man crossing the border into Jordan. He interviewed him and gathered intelligence. It turns out, (the man was conspiring) for a strike against the U.S. What Hamilton's actions did literally saved thousands of lives," Woodruff said. Hamilton loved what the Marines stood for, his father said. 
 "The one thing he loved most was the pride and honor he saw exhibited in the officers above him as well as his team and the people that surrounded him. From the time he was in third grade, he always knew he wanted to be in the military. He agreed with the things that the Marine Corps stood for," Woodruff said. Hamilton was a man of many accomplishments and passions, according to his father. "He was a friend to so many people. He played on the Marine Corps soccer team that played other countries, he was president of his class at Mansfield High School. He was just a phenomenal human being," Woodruff said. Hamilton also had a passion for the handicapped, according to his father. Hamilton died in a car crash, after spending the Easter weekend with his family. "He was a great boy. I don't know how much we had to do with it, but he was definitely a great boy," Woodruff said. That "greatness" will carry on as the mark he left in the lives of others. "One of the things that make it all stand out is he would always sit me down and say if anything happened to him, he wanted his organs donated. We found out that all of the people that received his organs were able to celebrate Christmas with their families this year," Woodruff said.  
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