Lexington High School Alumni

Lexington, Tennessee (TN)

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In Memory Of
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David Weatherly
David Weatherly
Class of 1969
(Passed date unknown)
David died during our Freshman year of leukemia (a type I believe now to be treatable). Like Margaret Holcomb, I have missed him my entire life. David, too, was so full of life and so much fun. I will never forget being one of a few classmates/friends who visited him at St Jude Hospital in Memphis. We could only see him through a window in his room.
I remember Billy Roy Hart and Carthel Smith being there. I also remember how Doc Weatherly held onto a group of us at the Lexington Cemetary the day David was burried. We huddled there, and wept together. Not many men of his generation would have done this.
Doc was a very special man. I had the privelege of getting to know him better when I lived in Lexington from 1994 to 2005. His experience of WWII was so incredible. A relative of his from Jackson
recorded some of them, I believe (Ann McMillan Harms).
Until Heaven, David, here's to you.
J.w. Todd, D.d.s
J.W. Todd, D.D.S
Class of 1940
(Passed date unknown)
My brother, Dr. J. W. Todd. graduated from
LHS in 1940, passed away in 1980. If
anyone remembers him, please contact me
by email. He lived in Palatka, Fl. when he
died.
Margeret Holcomb
Margeret Holcomb
Class of 1969
Passed Dec 07, 1963
No, Margaret did not graduate with us, but I wanted to pay tribute to her. I have missed her all my life, and look forward to seeing her in Heaven. She was so sweet, and full of life during her brief sojourn on earth. I remember with fondness her home on Church Street, her mother and father, and Sarah. My last memory of her was singing in the choir with her at First Baptist. We had a little gesture (a shrugging of the shoulders) to silently say hello to each other. I associate the old hymn "He Lives" with her. Yes, and so does she.
Mr
Mr
Class of 1970
Passed Aug 05, 2008
Lonnie was one of the biggest inspirations in my life at LHS.

Even though he was born without arms or legs he pushed forward with his life and became one of the best art teachers in the country.

Lonnie touched many lives, including my own two children, both LHS graduates.

“Thank you Lonnie for being a hero to so many of your classmates, students, and old friends”

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