Goforth retires after 33 years


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Submitted photo Lt. Col. Gary Denney, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 643 commander, presents Lt. Col. Kathy Goforth a shadow box containing numerous mementos from her career. The American flag was flown over the U.S. Capital and the University of Nebraska Memorial Stadium in honor of Goforth’s 33 years of service.


BEAVERCREEK — Air Force Lt. Col. Kathy K. Goforth has retired from the US Air Force after serving honorably for 33 years.

Goforth was last serving as associate professor of aerospace studies with Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 643 at Wright State University.

Goforth is the daughter of Norma J. Tietz of Wayne, Nebraska, sister of Mark A. Tietz of Carroll, Nebraska, wife of Dwight K. Goforth of Beavercreek and daughter-in-law of Virgle and Darlene Goforth of Homosassa, Fla.

She is a 1981 graduate of Wayne-Carroll High School of Wayne, Nebraska. She earned a master’s degree in 1992 from Central Michigan University, Minot Air Force Base, N.D.

Submitted photo Lt. Col. Gary Denney, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 643 commander, presents Lt. Col. Kathy Goforth a shadow box containing numerous mementos from her career. The American flag was flown over the U.S. Capital and the University of Nebraska Memorial Stadium in honor of Goforth’s 33 years of service.
http://www.beavercreeknewscurrent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/49/2017/08/web1_GoforthNEW.jpgSubmitted photo Lt. Col. Gary Denney, Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 643 commander, presents Lt. Col. Kathy Goforth a shadow box containing numerous mementos from her career. The American flag was flown over the U.S. Capital and the University of Nebraska Memorial Stadium in honor of Goforth’s 33 years of service.

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Story courtesy of Joint Hometown News Service.

Story courtesy of Joint Hometown News Service.