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   LEE-DAVIS HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS OF '86  
MECHANICSVILLE, VA 
•• ROLL CALL ••

519 CLASSMATES

383
Located
276
E-mails on File
362
Verified Addresses
54
Unverified Addresses
83
No Address On File
20
Deceased
THE CLASS OF 1986

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OUR YEARBOOK
CLASS SNAPSHOT
76 of us have added our profiles to the Alumni Directory, so far.

Combined, we have 117 children and 8 grandchildren.

4 of us served in the U.S. Armed Forces for a combined total of 79 years, including 1 still on active duty.

42 of us spent a combined total of 143 years earning 11 Associates, 29 Bachelors, 11 Masters and 2 Doctorate degrees.

Our most-traveled? One of us has visited 50 U.S. States or Territories, and another has visited 24 foreign countries.

2 of us have birthdays this month, and 7 of us have birthdays in October.

Currently, 1 of us is retired.

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We will try to include as many teachers here as we can, at least from this point going forward. If you know of teachers we have lost, please notify us by clicking on the "Contact us" link on the left side of the page.

 

MARK BRYAN

BRYAN, Mark Douglas "Coach," 60, formerly of Mechanicsville, currently of Colonial Heights, passed away Saturday, September 8, 2012 at his residence. Mark graduated from the University of Richmond with a Master's Degree in Physical Education. He was a faculty member at Richard Bland College for over 20 years as a professor and was currently the athletic director at Richard Bland College. He was also a faculty member at John Tyler Community College as a professor. He was an avid softball player until the last month of his life. Mark loved coaching and refereeing basketball. Mark is survived by his wife, Jacqueline Ann Bryan; son, Matthew James Bryan of Richmond; daughter, Randi Denise Bryan of Williamsburg; mother and father, Douglas F. and Juanita Edwards Bryan, of Mechanicsville; the mother of his children, Diana U. Iannuzzi of Williamsburg; sister, Dianne B. Klopp and husband, Brian, of Mechanicsville; nephew, Bryan L. Garbett and wife, Sarah, of Richmond; nieces, Lisa D. Klopp and Lauren D. Klopp, of Mechanicsville; a special uncle, Junie Bryan; devoted friends, Oscar Giles, Jackie Bostain, Jay Tignor and Phil Faircloth; and devoted pets, Mickey, Priss and Rowdy. The family would like to thank Dr. Weiss and staff at UVA Cancer Center and Crater Community Hospice. A special thanks to LeAnn Binger for her devoted help to our family. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, September 12, 2012 in the Richard Bland College Gymnasium, 11301 Johnson Road, Petersburg, Virginia 23805, with Dr. James B. McNeer officiating. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Mark Bryan Scholarship Fund at Richard Bland College. Arrangements are being handled by the Colonial Heights Chapel fo E. Alvin Small Funeral Homes and Crematory, 2033 Boulevard. Condolences may be registered at www.ealvinsmall.com.

 

CAROL CUNEO

CUNEO, Carol Anne, a former chair of the Fine Arts Department at Lee-Davis High School, and a top producer for Long & Foster Real Estate, died Sunday, March 29, 2009 at Henrico Doctors' Hospital. She was 57, and lived in Richmond. Ms. Cuneo, who devoted 34 years to students at Lee-Davis, was diagnosed with advanced cancer just three weeks after her mother died at age 90 in early October 2007. A New York City native, Ms. Cuneo who won a scholarship to the prestigious Pratt Institute in Manhattan at age 16, had an adventurous spirit. After graduating from high school, she told her mother she was going to a concert in upstate New York. There she saw Jimmy Hendrix play the Star Spangled Banner, and other greats at the first Woodstock Music Festival in August 1969. She never called home cause the lines were too long at the few pay phones and she didn't want to miss any music, she later told her husband. Soon she was on her way to Richmond to begin her Bachelor of Fine Arts study at VCU. On the drive, she saw her first cow that was not wrapped in cellophane in a grocery store. After graduating in 1973, she and a girlfriend backpacked across England and Europe for six months. She started teaching at Lee-Davis in January 1974. She developed the photography program, helping her students qualify for college scholarships. Under Ms. Cuneo's guidance, the art and literary magazine, Pinpoint, won state and national awards. During school vacations, she chaperoned Lee-Davis students on trips to England and Europe. Ms. Cuneo's after school job was real estate. In her 18 year career, she sold properties valued at more than $67 million, and she was a key agent in a planned 90-plus townhouse complex in Mechanicsville. Ms. Cuneo was unable to continue teaching after being diagnosed with colon cancer. She is survived by her husband, Michael P. Grim of Richmond; and her brother, Donald F. Cuneo of Bel Air, Md.; and nieces and nephews. As a longtime friend of animals, she asks that in lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Animal Rescue Organizations.

 

ELIZABETH SALE

SALE, Elizabeth Goodwin, 86, of Mechanicsville, passed away on Thursday, June 11, 2009. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Dr. Lindsay Sale Tinney. She is survived by her husband of 66 years, Jack Sale; her children, Shannon Sale Ryan and husband, Rick, and Karla Sale Ogden and husband, Dan; five grandchildren, Devin Sale Ryan-Thiel and husband, John, Carey Sale Ryan, Logan Sale Ryan, Daniel Cameron Ogden and Hunter Charles Ogden; sister, Winnie Goodwin Gordon; also several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Sale was a member of Cool Spring Baptist Church, a Hanover County school teacher for 29 years, a graduate of Longwood College, a member of the Virginia YMCA Board, ADK International Teachers Sorority, the American Cancer Society and Pamunkey Womens Club. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Virginia YMCA Board or the American Cancer Society.

 
 

 


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BIRTHDAYS
LeAnn Carlson Kelsall  
Les Cook  
Shania Epperly Carpenter  
Melissa Hicks Skelton  
David Hobbs  
Hyla Miller Caton  
Renee Mitchell Riley  
Brian Woolard  
Amy Wright Robinson  

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U.S. MILITARY
Charles Davis  
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Dale Sweeney  
Brian Woolard  

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WHERE ARE WE?

Classmates in the U.S.
 Arizona
 California
 Colorado
 Delaware
 Florida
 Georgia
 Illinois
 Indiana
 Kansas
 Kentucky
 Louisiana
 Maryland
 Montana
 Nevada
 New Jersey
 New York
 North Carolina 14 
 South Carolina
 South Dakota
 Tennessee
 Texas
 U.S. Virgin Islands
 Virginia 359 
 West Virginia
 Wisconsin

Classmates Abroad:
 Germany
 United Kingdom

Totals include confirmed and unconfirmed addresses as input by the reunion committee.

 
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