Honoring Our Heroes
This area is dedicated to our alumni that have served or are serving in our armed forces!
Lost Class Rings
Have you lost your Sam Rayburn High School class ring? Have you found someone's class ring? Visit our lost class ring page to search for your class ring or post information about a found ring.
In Memory Of
Class of 1986
Passed May 22, 1998
Sep. 7, 1967-May 22, 1998
Class of 1988
Passed Jul 27, 2008
Stacy Deanne Copeland worked in the medical field as a respiratory therapist until medically disabled in 2000. She battled heart disease and other medical problems for many years.
Her greatest joy and pride of her life is her son Tyler, age 11. Stacy loved taking short trips when medically able, reading, browsing the internet, shopping when she was able and watching old movies (her most favorite movie was â€œCoyote Uglyâ€) and cooking.
Stacy loved spending time with Tyler and her niece, Mikaela, her family and friends. Her greatest joy was to help and do things for her family and friends. She was a giver. Stacy had come to be at peace with her life and had accepted Jesus as her Lord. She was a member of the Round Top Volunteer Fire Department.
Survivors include her parents, Clarence and Maydelle (Levien) Copeland of Round Top; one son, Tyler Copeland of Round Top; one sister, Kristy Culberson of Austin; a niece, Mikaela Culberson of Austin; special friends, Victor, John, Heather and Annette of Temple and Freida Baker of Tennessee.
Stacy Deanne Copeland was preceded in death by her grandparents, Hershel and Ella Mae Levien and Daner and Vivian Copeland and Clarence Baker.
Class of 1981
Passed May 27, 2007
Class of 1965
Passed Aug 09, 2014
Class of 1989
Passed Jun 05, 2005
Class of '83
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SRHS CLASS OF '71'S 40TH REUNION
The 40th reunion of the Sam Rayburn High School Class of 1971 is scheduled for the weekend of Nov. 11-12, 2011. The main...
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