DECEASED CLASSMATES OF 1955
Adams, Alvin D.
Adams, Doris Mae Green
Adams, Henry
Aldridge, Sue Ann Bracewell
Anderson, James H.
Anderson, Kenneth 
Anderson, Leslie
Averett, Joyce Holman
Barnett, Charlotte Long
Barnett, William 
Battett, Mary   
Beers, Warden
Bell, Jane Stevens
Blanchard, Betsy 
Bodiford, Juanita
Boone, Susan Irene 
Booth, Joseph
Bordelon, Gail Patricia Beardon
Borgel, Elizabeth Lott
Boswell, Carson 
Botta, James J. 
Bradley, Carolyn C.Kelley 
Brockway, Eddie
Brown, Mary 
Busby, Orlando Leonard
Busby, Shelton
Butts, Billie Max 
Byrd, Charles Fred
Cain, Evelyn Sue Sowell
Carter, Patricia A. DeLassus
Cecil, Earline Poe
Chastin, Mary Capps 
Churchwell, Kay Forsythe
Clyatt, Carolyn Murphy
Cody, Caroline Burns
Coleman, Roger
Cook, Ardis Ray
Coombs, Ruth Inez Watkins
Cooner, Jane Polk
Cooper, James H. 
Corry, James 
Cottrell, Marilyn Percy
Coward, Robert
Cox, Edward E.
Crane, Carolyn Ward
Craven, Betty
Craven, Paul B. 
Crittendon, Peggy Ellis
Crivellari, Francis Melvin
Crowder, Emily Stone
Custer, Barbara Holladay
Daughtry, Susan 
Davidson, James H. 
Davidson, Mary Ellen Lambert
DavisLeslie
Deakle, Lucy
Dean,Kenneth Darrell
Demaskos, Helen Nicholas
DiMassio, Charles E. 
Doan, Patricia Ann Ray
Doherty, James H.
Donovan, Ruth Ann Weiss
Douglas, Patrick Avant
Emmanuel, Edward
Erdmann, Walter
Farnell, H. Donald 
Femia, Mary M. Bradley
Floyes, Roy   
French, Henry W. IV
French, Shirley Ricks
Fussell, Ben F. 




Gardner, Ralph
Gentry, John
Gillespie, Lydia Blake
Gould, Dana
Gray, Dorothy Olivia
Guesnard, Robert
Guillot, Ouida Barrington
Gunter, Audrey
Hafner, Eugene
Hand, Henry
Hanlein, Louis G. Jr.
Harris, Donald
Hedgepeth, Kenneth
Henderson, Raymond
Herman, James Allen
Herring, Marie
Hicks, Constance Gravely
Hilburn, Edna Prince
Hill, Ronald
Holcomb, Stanley Rogers
Holifield, Joseph
Holmes, Richard
Hopkins, Betty Grace
Hubbard, Herbert
Hubbard, Thomas E.
Jackson, Bobby
Jackson, Valarie
Jacobson, Barbara R.
Johnson, Peggy E
Jones, Paul C.
Joseph, Otto Eric
Joyner, Kenneth
Joyce, Beverly J.
Karl, Patricia
King, Jean Doster 
Lambert, Mary Ellen
Lamey, Ann Creighton
LaMont, Mary E.
Largue, James
Lowery, Billie Butts
Lott, Elizabeth Ann
Lyons, Marion "Bumper" Hall, Jr.
Mahoney, Patrick
Mastin, Gerald E.
McBride, Floyd Alvin
McClammy, C. Wayne
McCollum, Joseph
McDonald, Sue
McGill, Priscilla Murdock
McIntosh, Wlm. Douglas, Jr
McLeod, Joan Ardeth Aust
McNeely, Sally Haas
McRae, Wildon
Meade, Gyann Marshall
Meade, Richard
Melton, Beverly 
Merrill, Jack P,
Milford, Thomas L.
Miller, Darlene
Miller, Eddie
Miller, Felix, III
Miller, Frank (Pat) III
Milling, Helen G Arant
Moore, Mary Crenshaw
Musgrove, Brunt J.

Newell, Harvey
Nicholas, Shirley
Oken, Jeanette O'Brien
Parker, Juanita Bodiford
Peavy, Blanche
Pennington, Lloyd F. 
Percy, Marilyn
Pickett, Patricia C.Taylor
Pocase, Tommy
Pohlman, Claus
Pose, Leo G.
Powell, Dorothy
Prouty, Myrick F.
Puckett, Robert
Rickert, Ben D.
Riley, Myles H.
Robinson, Elizabeth Sullivan
Ross, Yvonne Goodwin
Rouse, Edgar Russell 
Sagers, Doris Isabella
Sanders, Mary Jane Ayers
Scarborough, Jr., David
Scott, Ronald P.
Selby, Frances Stripling
Shaw, James D.
Sheffield, Murray 
Sherlock, Harrison Bentley
Sims, Betty Lord
Smith, Betsy B.
Smith, Curtis Bruce
Stevens, Dorothy Chappel
Stewart, Carroll R.
Strahan, William T,Jr
Stuckey, Jerome E.
Swindull, Mary Jo Lamar
Sylvester, Beverly
Taylor, Merle
Taylor, Robert Cecil
Thomas, Carl
Thomas, Jack Hilliard
Thomas, Royce
Thompson, J.F.Jeff
Thompson, James (Jimmy)
Travis, Doris J.
Trippe, Leon, Jr
Triplett, Freddie Glenn
Turner, Herbert
Turner, James F.
Vance, Margaret Anne James
Waldon, Earline Cecil
Waldon, Ivan Kit
Wall, Nancy N.
Walp, George Gary
Waltman, James A.
Wasden, James
Weldy, Emma Lee Draime
Weldy, Wayne
Whearley, Sue Savage
Whigham, Joe Kenneth
White, James, Jr
Wiley, Robert
Williams, Barbara Ann
Williams, Joe T. 
Williams, Mary Bernadine
Williams, Gerry Dunn
Williams, Mildred Collins
Wilmot, Sandra Sessions
Wilson, Babs
Wilson, Floyds
We respectfully remember these classmates and friends.  Life took us in so many directions that we never got to know many of them as adults.  Instead we remember them as they were---as students, at an earlier and simpler place in time.  They are a reminder to us that Youth is brief and Death is no respecter of persons.