Diallo Sekou Taylor
Class of 1990
Passed May 20, 2011
Diallo, 39, passed from this early life to his reward on Friday morning on May 20, 2011.
Big D was born in Germany in 1972.Moved to Killeen when he was 5 and lived here since. My friend,my brother worked at North Texas University for a while and eventually stayed at home to be a full time great Daddy. Diallo was one of the biggest RAIDERS fans I have ever known.
Diallo leaves on this earth to carry on his memory a wonderful loving wife,three children,parents,and siblings along with many family.
In the long run, Diallo was one person who made everyone that knew him one of the best friends anyone could have. He was like a brother to me and for a select few. We miss him so much and we know that he is smiling down on all of us...Diallo, I know you are up there with Al Davis now chatting about his team.....you guys make sure the Raiders can turn it around...Love ya man!!!!
Class of 1986
Passed Apr 18, 2001
Pflugerville - Services for Johnny Sean Armand-Saeun, 32, were April 21, 2001, at Crawford-Bowers Funeral Home Chapel in Killeen. The body was cremated following the service. Armand-Saeun died April 18, 2001, in Pflugerville.
He was born Aug. 10, 1968, in Korat, Thailand, and was raised in Louisiana and Texas. He graduated in 1986 from Ellison High School in Killeen. Armand-Saeun worked as an orthodontic lab technician in Austin, where he also worked as an actor and model. He had served in both the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Army.
Survivors include his wife, Heidi Saeun of Pflugerville, two daughters, Brittani Renee Saeun and Elizabeth Cheyenne Saeun, both of Pflugerville; his stepparents, Larry and Jan Armand of Lawton, Ok., and his mother, June Armand of Morrero, La.; his brother, Ronnie Armand of Corpus Christi, his two stepbrothers John Ellis of Lisbon Falls, Maine, and Kurtis Armand of Lawton, Ok.; a stepsister, Heather Jenkins of Lubbock; his grandparents, John and Corine Horn of Lubbock and Curtis and Amanda Armand of Bordelonville, La.
Mikie (Michael) Acierno
Class of 1997
Passed Dec 26, 2009
Mikie, my brother, passed away Dec 26, 2009. Mikie loved playing paintball and had his own team, "Bad Kitty". He also liked to draw and was amazing at it. He will be greatly missed. You can visit him at the Garden of Memories in Killeen off of 195 going to Austin. It's on the right next to Calvary Church (blue roof). Look for the Big Angel and he is right behind her.
Montrel Antonio Perkins
Class of 1990
Passed Jul 04, 1993
Montrel Perkins was a student at Central Texas College and a 1st National Bank Employee. He lived with his parents and was at home during the 4th of july weekend. over a period of 4 days someone viciously shot motrell in His home indicating it was someone he knew and trusted. Why this happened and how it still goes unsolved to this day is unbelievalbe. May God Have Mercy on His Murderers. Rest in Peace Montrel we love you.
Class of 2004
Passed Jul 25, 2008
(no additional information)
Class of 1984
Passed Jul 29, 1984
Ron graduated in 1984 and was President of the Vocational Club. Unfortunately, my brother Ron was killed weeks after graduation in a horrible automobile accident on Stagecoach Rd. in Killeen. Ron had a son with Dawn Robinson whom also attended EHS. Dawn moved away from Texas and Ron made an attempt to see his son but was not successful because the door was shut in his face. Soon after his trip to see his son, Ron was killed and died without ever seeing his son. My mother and I have always wanted to get in contact with Dawn Robinson in hopes to reunite. If anyone has any information that could lead us in the right direction in finding Dawn Robinson, please send information to Sandra at SandraL1973@aol.com
My brother Ron was a wonderful person and cared about people. He will always remain in my heart! If any of you knew my brother and have to stories to share, I would love to hear them.
Class of 1988
Passed Feb 23, 2007
On Feb. 23, 2007, we were all shocked to learn that Shane was killed when his truck hit a tree out on Trimmier Rd. There are no words to describe the grief that we are all going through. Shane has touched so many lives in his life and I think the common memory we all share is "He was so much FUN!" He always had a way to make you laugh and smile. On April 23, 2007, during an Ellison baseball game, Shane's #17 jersey was retired. Next to his family, baseball was his life. He left behind a wife, Mandy, a daughter, Madison, and a son, Garrett. You can send donations for his kid's educational fund to: Memorial Fund for Madison and Garrett Ingram, First State Bank Central Texas, P.O. Box 2489, Harker Heights, Texas 76548 ATTN: Randy Sutton. We will miss you so much Shane, but the memories we have are ours forever. When we see you again we will rejoice together in Heaven-you're probably already on a ball team there!
Class of 1977
(Passed date unknown)