Nancy Bialass1st Grade
Nancy K. Bialass is married to Ralf Olaf Bialass and has two children, Demarcus and Jennifer. She also has three grandchildren, Savannah, Jordan, and Mason.
Mrs. Bialass is a former resident of Springfield, TN where she graduated from Springfield High School. Upon graduation, she worked at National Life Insurance Company in Nashville, TN for three years.
She then joined the United States Air Force and was assigned to Homestead AFB, FL and George AFB, CA respectively; she was then transferred to West Germany where she remained for nine years and seven months. While there, she was assigned to Ramstein AB, Germany where she completed two tours of duty, in addition to one tour of duty at Hessisch Oldendorf AS, Germany. While stationed in Germany, she also completed many temporary duty inspection tours to Turkey, Spain, Norway and Portugal. She then returned to the United States and was assigned to Rome AFB, NY. Upon closure of Rome AFB, she was then reassigned to Vandenberg AFB, CA where she completed her final tour of duty and officially retired in April 1998 with the rank of E9 Chief Master Sergeant after 23 years. While serving in the Air Force, Mrs. Bialass earned many decorations, including the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal with one oak leaf cluster, the Commendation Medal with one oak leaf cluster, the Air Force Achievement Medal, the Longevity Service Medal and the Small Arms Marksmanship Medal.
Mrs. Bialass earned an Associates of Science Degree with Victor Valley College in Victorville, CA. She also earned her Bachelors Degree in Business and Administration from the University of Maryland, European Division. She later went back to school and received her Teaching Credential, in addition to her Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Chapman University in Orange, CA.
Mrs. Bialass began working for Lompoc Unified School District in July 1998. She accepted an assignment at Fillmore Elementary School in a Kindergarten classroom; she was later reassigned to a First Grade classroom where she remains at present.
It's so nice when former students stop by for a visit; these young men were in my Kindergarten class.