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181112 November 12, 2018


 Max Schrimsher
LHS '65
? - November 6, 2018

    Max Schrimsher, age 71, of Sulligent, AL passed away Tuesday, November 6, 2018 in Birmingham, AL. He was born in Huntsville, AL and is the son of the late Paul and Virginia Lorene Parks Schrimsher. A former resident of Huntsville he had lived in Sulligent for the last 10 years where he owned and operated Schrimsher Chevrolet in Sulligent and Schrimsher Auto Sales in Vernon. He was a member of the Rock Springs Baptist Church. He is survived by his Wife, Susan Schrimsher of Sulligent, AL, A Daughter, Stephanie Schrimsher of Huntsville, AL, A Son, Adam Shcrimsher, (Stephanie) of Birmingham, AL, 2 Grandchildren, Dylan and Emma Hereford and a Brother, Mark Schrimsher (Brenda) of Meridianville, AL. Private Memorial Services will be held later. Norwood Funeral Home of Sulligent, AL directing.
Published in The Huntsville Times on Nov. 9, 2018 


Lee High Veterans

        Memphis, TN - For those of you who do not read the early edition of Lee's Traveller, the Veteran's Day Tribute will come a little late, but it is still important to recognize the veterans from our collective classes. This tribute was created several years ago and I have not had any updates to add any names to it, so it remains the same. Still, it is a short presentation to honor those of us who served.

    With no disrespect toward any of our branches of service, I looked back to find some media items about the different service branches which were popular or aired during our teen years. Two are songs, one is a clip show on TV just before the National Anthem and sign off, and the other is from a TV show (again, not making fun but could find no other era-appropriate songs or other things.) I honor and respect all branches of the military. I could not find one Coast Guard song from our era so I have included a current version of their song.

    I don't have a clue what the Space Command will use as their song...maybe Elton John's "Rocketman"?

Soldier Boy

Navy Blue

High Flight

YouTube Video

U.S. Coast Guard