Seventy-first High School Alumni

Fayetteville, North Carolina (NC)

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In Memory Of
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Allen Wayne Gardner
Allen Wayne Gardner
Class of 1968
Passed Jul 08, 2020
(no additional information)
Angela Hardy
Angela Hardy
Class of 1995
(Passed date unknown)
Angie was a great outgoing person and she will definitely be missed. I love you Angie!
Brian Heye
Brian Heye
Class of 1990
Passed Jan 12, 2013
Retired captain lost his battle with illness.
Charlean Mcdougald
charlean Mcdougald
Class of 2019
Passed Aug 02, 2019
(no additional information)
Charlean Mcdougald
charlean Mcdougald
Class of 1984
Passed Aug 02, 2019
(no additional information)
Crystal Benton
Crystal Benton
Class of 1980
(Passed date unknown)
Just remembering you Crystal. Never forgot you.-William Lynch
Evette Crawford
Evette Crawford
Class of 1985
(Passed date unknown)
Evette Passed away in 2000 from Lupus, Wiseman Mortuary did all of the arrangements for the service.
Gary Ralph Stallings
Gary Ralph Stallings
Class of 1970
Passed Oct 24, 1989
Gary died 10/24/1989 in Myrtle Beach, SC of lymphoma. He was buried in Wilimington National Cemetary. He served in the Air Force for 4 years and was stationed in Okinawa and South Carolina. He was married to Vickie Witherbee (and divorced) and to Jennifer Hickman. After the Air Force, he lived in Myrtle Beach, SC, and worked as a photographer.
James Frederick Rayner
James Frederick Rayner
Class of 1983
Passed Oct 31, 1999
James passed away in NY.
Jeffery Kevin Rayner
Jeffery Kevin Rayner
Class of 1986
Passed Aug 30, 2005
Jeffery was killed after arriving home from Iraq to TN. He had been in the state 12 hours before his life was taken. He was in his desert uniform at the time he was pronounced.
John Wayne Holdren
John Wayne Holdren
Class of 1969
(Passed date unknown)
We're missing you every day but especially now that we're planning our 50th Reunion "Johnny"!
Monte Antonie Burns Vaughn
Monte Antonie Burns Vaughn
(Graduation year unknown)
Passed Mar 23, 2015
Monte passed in his sleep due to uncontrolled high blood pressure. Monte was a loving father and my little brother since I met him at 71st Elementary School. He eventually became my husband 20 years later. He always made me laugh, even when I did not want to. We will miss him greatly. Monte is pictured with our daughter. She will never truly know how much he loved her. Rest In Peace, Monte. We love and miss you
Mrs. Alice Smith
Mrs. Alice Smith
Class of 1969
Passed Apr 13, 2018
Mrs. Alice Smith aka Dr. Alice Smith Our Beloved Teacher
Randolph E  Holliday
RANDOLPH E HOLLIDAY
Class of 1966
Passed Dec 01, 2010
born on April 11, 1948 and passed away on Wednesday, December 1, 2010.
Randolph was a resident of Raeford, North Carolina.
Samuel Chester Parkinson Iii
Samuel Chester Parkinson III
Class of 1976
Passed Mar 31, 2016
Sandy was a highly skilled and experienced EMS Specialist and worked serving on a ambulance crew, and teaching and mentoring students for Guildford Country and various other agencies throughout the years. He was a medical expert on wheels. He died at home in Oak Ridge, NC, on March 31, 2016.
Sylvia Katrina Watson
Sylvia Katrina Watson
Class of 1994
Passed Jul 08, 2014
(no additional information)
Thomas Carlton Cain
Thomas Carlton Cain
Class of 1954
Passed Mar 09, 2019
(no additional information)

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