Eight local residents recently graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.
Air Force Airman Brandon Bixby graduated in 2008 from Central Valley High School and is the son of Brian and Anne Bixby of Liberty Lake.
Air Force Airman Jake Donica is the son of Brandee Lane of Medical Lake and graduated in 2007 from Medical Lake High School.
Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Jared Glyshaw is a 2006 graduate of University High School and is the son of Tim and Traci Glyshaw of Spokane.
Air Force Airman Trevor Mason is the son of Mickey and Linda Mason of Spokane and graduated in 2008 from the Institute for Extended Learning in Spokane.
Air Force Airman David Shelby is the son of Grace Shelby of Othello, Wash., and graduated from Othello High School in 2008.
Air Force Airman Zachary Sherer graduated from Mt. Spokane High School in 2008 and is the son of Brian and Elaine Sherer of Colbert.
Air National Guard Airman Joshua Weigelt is the son of Jane Weigelt of Spokane and graduated from Gonzaga Preparatory School in 2005.
Air Force Airman Justin Williamson is the son of Angela and Jerrol Williamson of Newport, Wash., and a 2008 graduate of Newport High School.
•Army National Guard Pvt. 1st Class Patience Fuller graduated from basic military training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. She is the daughter of Pamela and Dennis Danner of Spokane.
•Two local residents graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.
Army National Guard Pvt. Darrell Russell graduated from Deer Park High School in 2005 and is the grandson of Darrell Russell of Hauser and Judy Calvert of Medical Lake.
Army Spec. William Proctor is the son of Victoria Proctor and William Proctor, both of Airway Heights, and graduated in 2004 from Cheney High School.
•Air Force Reserve 2nd Lt. Scott Tolman has been commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Air Force Reserve through the ROTC program after graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Utah State University, Logan. He is the son of Scott and Linda Tolman of Mead and a 2001 graduate of Mt. Spokane High School.
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