ATTENTION: We need your help in identifying over 2100 Oneonta community members veterans who served in WWII and we believe were also OHS alumni. We would like to know what year they graduated and or branch of their service and rank. They may be a relative, a past neighbor or someone your family remembers – just send us an email. (Please go to our OHS veterans by class year page and do a name or a WWII search)
“All gave some, some gave all” – Author – Howard William Osterkamp, Korean War veteran & Purple Heart recipient from Dent, Ohio
“Every GI signs a blank check, payable to the United States drawn in an amount up to an including their life” – Author Unknown
Duty & Sacrifice
In honor of all Oneonta High School Alumni Military Veterans, all gave some, some gave all,
in the service of the United States of America.
In 2014, a project was undertaken by a few Oneonta High School (OHS) alumni, both veteran and non-veteran. The purpose of their project has been to honor and remember all OHS alumni whom have served in United States Armed Forces during times of regional conflicts, peace and war.
The project was first started with the support of OHS Alumni, OHS faculty and community members. Together they initially collaborated in the initial research to build the web site to honor Oneonta High School Alumni Veterans.
The project continues and we need your help in identifying veterans who wish to be listed on the site. Anyone with such information may contact us via email or the Oneonta High Alumni Association contact page to initiate the process of including the veteran on this site.
OHS Alumni Weekend 2019
Oneonta is a small city located in southern Otsego County, New York. This area was first incorporated as a village in 1842 and then incorporated as a city in 1908. The Oneonta Senior High School is a grade 9 through 12 school with a student population of just under 600. Oneonta has contributed much to all of the branches of the United States military. This site is designed to recognize those contributors and contributions. It is simply our way of saying “Thank You” to all of those who have, who are, and who will serve our country.