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Lake Forest High School
Class Of 1964

Dear Class of ’64-

After several years of dedication, a project spearheaded by the Lake Forest American Legion and a committee of classmates, has finally come to fruition. LAKE FOREST VETERANS PARK will honor all military veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice. LFHS has graduates killed in Viet Nam, most notably Bill Rawson, class of ’61, a world class track star, and Carl Thorne-Thomsen of our ’64 class who voluntarily left Harvard, enlisted in the Army and ultimately died in Vietnam. I think we can all remember how Carl was, and still is such an exemplary representative of our class. Veterans Park will be located on the corner of Deerpath and Green Bay. It will be landscaped and feature a monument (rendition attached) by the artist who created the Chicago Vietnam Memorial and the Michael Jordan statue outside the United Center. The names of all Lake Forest residents killed in conflicts since World War 1 will be inscribed on a plaque attached to the monument. The park will be a highly visible reminder of the sacrifices made by so many to maintain our freedom.

Although the Lake Forest American Legion has already collected a good portion of the funds needed to complete the project, dollars are still needed and that’s why we are reaching out to you. Individual contributions of $1,000 or more will be recognized on a plaque in the park. If, however, our class collectively contributes $1,000 or more, through smaller donations, then the class of ’64 would be recognized on the plaque as a supporter of our veterans.

Here's how to contribute:

Online at or you can donate with checks payable to the McKinlock Post Foundation.

If paying by check in, write “LFHS Class ‘64” on the memo line. If paying online, after entering payment information, fill in the “Additional Information” section and list “LFHS ‘64” on the “Memory Of” line.

That way the American Legion can keep track of the accumulation of donations less than $1,000 for each class until they reach a total of $1,000.

Thank you in advance for your support,

Jim Kahle


McKinlock Post Foundation
P.O. Box 264
Lake Forest, IL 60045