Rohe Track Era All About Us!

 

DAVID SCIRE

Picture (l to r):  Steve Nelson. David Scire, Dickie Kleier

UT Track:  1966-1970; Long Distance Runner (XC, Mile, Two Mile); SEC XC Top 10 Finish (5th in 1967, 3rd in 1969); SEC Champion -- Indoor Two Mile Relay (1968 & 1970); Outdoor Mile Run (1969); SEC Place Winner -- Indoor Mile Run (2nd in 1968, 3rd in 1969, 2nd in 1970); Outdoor Mile Run (3rd in 1970); Indoor 1000 Yard Run (3rd in 1969); Indoor 880 Yard Run (4th in 1970)

Military Service:  USAF, March 1972 – August 1983

Unit:  Unknown

Medals:  Unknown

Comments from Rohe Track Era Memorials Page  David Scire of Bedford ,Texas died March 23, 2003 at the age of 54. He graduated from Hattiesburg, MS High School in 1966. He was a track star and ran the mile in one of the fastest times ever recorded in the state of Mississippi – 4:15 on the old cinder track at San Antonio Field. David attended the University of Tennessee on a track and XC scholarship and continued to win numerous championships including the SEC mile in 1969 in a time of 4:04.9. David served in the US Air Force for eleven years from March of 1972 through August of 1983.