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Welcome to the Class of 1976 Homepage!

A message from your Class Chairman. . . .

I am Gil Pohl and I am the new Class Chairman for The Citadel Foundation Class of 1976.  In this Holiday Season, please consider giving a gift to The Citadel this year.  Please click the link below or email me for more information.

Best Wishes to you and your family - Gil


Class of 1976, 2013 Annual Giving Update

For 2013:

  • 26.29% class participation
  • 97 doners
  • $64,696.29 funds raised

As of  March 2014:

  • Report To be update at the end of March

Thank you for your continued support of our class' annual fundraising and participation efforts. If you haven't done so yet, please take this opportunity to Donate Now!


>> Announcements <<


Class of 1976 Class Web Page back up and running.  Please email,edu with updates.

Carl Morris and his wife Mary have recently relocated from Virginia to Sarasota, Florida.

Dan Villarreal, Ph.D., of Charlie Company, BA in Modern Languages, is still teaching English in Taiwan's military academy system while studying Mandarin Chinese part-time. He has recently launched a website on language learning: www.americanolderbrother . The site has a free newsletter and a Facebook presence & subscriptions + Facebook Likes are appreciated!

Taps - Last member of The Class of 1976 to leave us

Carter L. Kirk, ’76

Carter Lucas Kirk, of Charleston, died Thursday, August 8, 2013. Mr. Kirk was a graduate of the Citadel and served with the United State Marine Corps in Vietnam, for which service he was awarded the Purple Heart. Carter was an avid and gifted professional photographer. He was the organizer and cheerful volunteer for the Church of the Holy Communion Meals on Wheels program. He will be greatly missed by his Church family and his many, many friends in various military and Veterans organizations.