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In Memoriam

Please let us know if we need to include other alumni in our Memoriam list. Errors are sometimes made based on information received. Please report / update a Memoriam with any additional information (include name, class year, date if known, place if known and any additional information for public view) in regards to alumni missing from this list, or that are included erroneously. Thank You
Please Note: We are updating with past reports. Please be patient.

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Alumni: Kenny Nicodemus, Date of Death: 1991
Reported By: Jerry Stigall

Alumni: Mac (Alex), Date of Death: 1-6-1995
Reported By: Bev Gill Barnes (Alex Was My Brother'S Best Friend And He Misses Him Greatly.)

Alumni: Benjamin M. Ivey, Jr., Date of Death: March 6, 2002
Reported By: Charlotte Briley Wilson (Ben'S Death Was Listed In The Dallas Morning News. He Is Survived By His Sister, Leigh Ivey, Ba'83; And Brothers John Ivey, Ba'75 And James Ivey, Ba'78)

Alumni: Danny Robison, Date of Death: July 5, 1980
Reported By: Deene Robison

Alumni: James "Rickey" Webb, Date of Death: JUNE 23,2003
Reported By: Scarlette Carey (Obit In Paper On 6/25/2003. Died At Home. No Cause Listed.)

Alumni: Carl Calvin Green, Jr., Date of Death: 8/19/2000
Reported By: Cindy Green (Carl Loved To Exercise. However, One Hot August Day He Was Involved In A Strenuous Activity Outside And Fell Over Dead Of A Heat Stroke. He Was Dead By The Time He Hit The Ground. He Is Buried At Restland Memorial Park In Dallas.)

Alumni: Glenda C. Pearson, Date of Death: May 25 2006
Reported By: Lorri Nevil (Source Dmn Reported By Dempsey Cluff Pearson, Glenda C., Born On Good Friday April 8, 1955 In Dallas, Tx. Went To Be In The Arms Of Jesus And Her Daddy On May 25, 2006. Survived By Mother, Cynthia Pearson; Sister, Margie Nelson And Husband, Dean Nelson; Niece, Bethany Tomerlin And Husband, Chad; Nephew, Joel Nelson And Wife, Sarah; Great Niece, Reagan Tomerlin, The Cutest Little Baby In The Whole Wide World. Graduated From Bryan Adams High School In 1973. Received Associate Law Degree From El Centro College. Currently Employed By The Natilus Group, N.Y. Life. Life-Long Member Of Casa View Bap. Church. Services Will Be 10:00 Am Monday May 29, 2006 At Restland Memorial Chapel. Graveside Service Will Be 10:00 Am Tuesday May 30, 2006. Visitation Will Be 5-7 Pm Sunday May 28, 2006 At Restland Funeral Home. Interment Will Follow At Restland Memorial Park. Restland 972-238-7111 Restlandfuneralhome.Com )

Alumni: Richard J. Davis, Date of Death: September 1982
Reported By: Danelle Belzer

Alumni: Monti Huse (Gilbert), Date of Death: March 07 2003
Reported By: Angie Smith Anderson (Monti Died Of Ovarian Cancer. )

Alumni: Ronald R. Sutton, Date of Death: ????
Reported By: Bel (My Mom Told Me That Ronald Was Married To Debbie Plumb And He Committed Suicide After Loosing His Job. It Seems Like It Was Just A Few Years After Graduation. I Was Really Sad To Hear About It B/C I Had Gone Steady With Ron And His Twin Brother, Donald, In Grade School. They Were Really Sweet Guys!)

Alumni: Michael L. Grubbs, Date of Death: December 24 1992
Reported By: Randall Grubbs (Was Murdered)

Alumni: Lee P. Rains, Date of Death: August 02 1981
Reported By: John Hardman (He Was My Cousin. He Was Electrocuted To Death Hooking Up A Mainframe Computer.)

Alumni: Cyndy Martineau (Lohrengel), Date of Death: December 19 2005
Reported By: Emily Martineau

Alumni: Ronald R. Sutton, Date of Death: 1977
Reported By: Angela Wilson (Ron Sutton Was My Niece, Shannon'S Father. He Died Three Months After She Was Born To He And Debe Plumb (Now Debe Trout). Debe Was Also Married To My Brother, Danny Wilson, Class Of 1974)

Alumni: Gregory Rodriguez, Date of Death: June 08 2005
Reported By: Gloria Rodriguez-Ryan

Alumni: Gregory Rodriguez, Date of Death: June 08 2005
Reported By: Gloria Rodriguez-Ryan (Nashville Lost A Great Friend On Tha Wednesday Evening, A Well-Known Figure, Recognized By Friends Everywhere He Went. Greg Rodriguez, 51, Born In Mcallen, Tx, Reared In Dallas, Texas And Moved To Nashville In 1994, Has Passed Away From A Heart Attack At His Home On June 08, 2005 And Subsequently Passed Away At The Summit Hospital, In Hermitage Tn. Greg Founded The Tennessee Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce In 1997 And Had Served As The President Of The Chamber Ever Since. He Was Been A Pioneer In The Changing Of The Local Landscape, And His Efforts Have Touched The Lives Of Nashvillians On All Levels. His Experience As A Security Management Professional Was Well Known And Respected On A National Level In The Hospitality Industry. His Twenty-One Year Career With The Renaissance Hotel Chain Includes Tenure In Dallas, Los Angeles, San Francisco And Nashville. He Viewed The Renaissance Hotel As His Home Since He Worked For Them For Twenty-One Years. His Co-Workers There Were Considered His Family And He Referred To Them Often As Such. In August Of 2004, Greg Accepted An Appointment From Governor Phil Bredesen To Serve As Executive Administrative Assistant To The Commissioner Of Safety. Greg'S Primary Focus There Was To Supervise And Coordinate Community-Related Activities On A Statewide Level With Special Emphasis On Minority And Immigrant Involvement. Greg Often Thanked The Department Of Safety And Governor Bredesen For The Opportunity To Serve. As The President Of The Tennessee Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce, Greg Served On Various National And Regional Boards And Commissions Including; Stand For Children, The Greater Nashville Area Lodging And Hospitality Association, The Hispanic Contractors Of America, The Tennessee Human Rights Commission And As Vice Chairman Of The Metro Nashville Civil Service Commission. From 1994 To 1999, Greg Was Also A Boxing Trainer In Nashville. He Loved Boxing, Reading, Music, And Dancing. He Always Said That The Most Important Thing For People Living Here Is To Have A Good Life And To Simply Be Happy. Greg Will Always Be Known For His Sense Of Humor And As A Champion Throughout Tennessee For Uniting The Hispanic Community. His Greatest Wish Was To Bring His Community Together With A Sense Of Respect And Pride, And Often Asked Of All Hispanics In Tennessee To Work Together And Have Pride In Their Community. He Was Also A Strong Advocate Of More Education For The Hispanic Community, And Was Often Quoted As Citing It As The Most Important Factor For Their Future. Past Recognitions Include The Dallas Texas "Jaycee Of The Year" And He Has Twice Been Nominated For The J. Willard Marriott Award, Which Honors The Best Associate In The Marriott Corporation. Greg Has Won Numerous Other Awards Throughout His Life, Including Awards From The Pan Africa Conference And The Small Business Association Most Recently. Greg Is Survived By One Daughter, Angela Of Dallas, Tx; One Grandson, Gabriel Of Dallas, Tx; Three Brothers And Four Sisters. He Was The Loving And Adoring Son, Father And Grandfather. He Will Be Loved And Missed By All Those Who Knew Him. He Will Always Be In Our Prayers. )

Alumni: George G. Danielson, Date of Death: 2009
Reported By: Tammy Weingand (Complications From Diabetes)

Alumni: Lynn M. Porter, Date of Death: May 24 2009
Reported By: Betty J. Porter (Lynn M. Porter Passed Away On May 24, 2009. He Was My Best Friend, And Greates Love!!! A Pioneer In His Industry. He Valued Family Above All. He Was A Devoted, Generous Man And Loving Husband. He Will Be Missed Every Second Of Every Day. He Continues To Have Tributes Paid To Him, From Our Business Peers To The Children Events He Sponsored Each And Every Year. He Was Recently Given A Moment Of Silence At The Spirit Bank Center In Oklahoma From The X-Treme Fight. Mr. Tito Ortiz Would Have Been Lucky To Have Met Him. This Is A Man That All Men Should Be Lucky Enough To Be Half As Wonderful. I Can Not Imagine Life Without His Sweet Smile And Funny Antics He Played On All Of Us. You Can Send A Memory To Freemanharris.Com And Share A Memory For His Family. Thank You, His Loving And Devoted Wife, Betty Porter)

Alumni: Richard A. Kinney, Date of Death: June 2007
Reported By: Terri Oliver Farley (Richard'S Death Was Reported By His Sister Jeanie Kinney Clemens.)

Alumni: Mary Y. Oakes, Date of Death: March 2009
Reported By: Carolyn Klein (Mary Was Known As Yvette. Please Be Sure You Post As Yvette Oakes. Everyone Knew Her As Yvette.She Died After A Brave Fight With Cancer. She Was Beautiful, Talented And Very Gregariuos. I Miss Her. I Did Not Attand Ba But Lived In The Neighborhood And Have Known Her Since I Was 14 Years Old. We Kept In Touch All These Years. )

Alumni: William C. Harrison, Date of Death: March 12 2010
Reported By: Nancy Kroeger (Bill Harrison Died Of Heart Problems. This Was Reported On Facebook By His Brother Phillip Harrison. )

Alumni: Gregory W. Sims, Date of Death: 1981?
Reported By: Kimberly Moon (We Lost Greg To A Brain Tumor Several Years After Graduation. I Know He Got More Than One Degree From Mit, Worked With Todd Rundgren, Pioneered Sending Farts Thru A Pneumatic Tube And One Of The Best, Coolest Friends I Ever Had Or Will Have. I Still Miss Him A Lot.)

Alumni: Susan Carlson (Yoachum), Date of Death: June 22 1998
Reported By: Diane Martin (June 22, 1999|Michael Carlson: It Was A Public Event When My Wife, Susan Yoachum, Died Of Breast Cancer A Year Ago Today. As Political Editor Of The Chronicle And As A Television Commentator, She Had Become A Familiar Name And Face. Her Funeral Was Covered On Television, San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown Ordered City Flags To Fly At Half-Staff, And The White House Sent A Letter Of Condolence. Susan'S Struggle With Breast Cancer Had Been No Less Public. She Had Spoken And Written Movingly About Her Ordeal. She Wanted To Put A Human Face On A Disease That Is The No. 1 Killer Of American Women Ages 25-55. She Hoped That By Personalizing Breast Cancer, More Might Be Done To Prevent And Cure It. And She Wanted To Spread The Word That Early Detection -- Through Monthly Self-Exams And Regular Mammograms -- Can Increase A Woman'S Chance Of Survival. As Reported In San Francisco Chronicle: 1998 Born On May 12, 1955, In Dallas, Texas, Susan Gail Yoachum Was The Daughter Of Betty And The Late Charles G. Yoachum. She Graduated In 1975 From Southern Methodist University In Dallas With Bachelor'S Degrees In Journalism And Political Science. She Was A Reporter For The Dallas Morning News, The Independent Journal In Marin County And The San Jose Mercury News, Where She Was Part Of A Team That Won A 1990 Pulitzer Prize For Breaking News. She Joined The Chronicle In 1990. Some Of The Biggest Political Dramas Of The '80s And '90s Were Published Under Her Byline. She Covered National, State And Local Politics For The Chronicle, And Her Assignments Included The 1992 Presidential Campaign, The Governor'S Races In 1990 And 1994, The 1991 San Francisco Mayoral Race And The 1992 U.S. Senate Race. She Wrote In-Depth About Issues, From Affirmative Action To Abortion, From The Tobacco Tax To The Hazards Of Toxic Chemicals. Yoachum Was Promoted To Political Editor In 1994. In August, She Was Named Journalist Of The Year By The Northern California Chapter Of The Society Of Professional Journalists. Some 400 People Honored Her At That Awards Banquet With Repeated Standing Ovations -- And Many Tears. "This Is My Moment," Yoachum Said That Night, In An Emotional Acceptance Speech. Days Later, Her Illness Suddenly Worsened As The Cancer Entered Its Final Phase. "It Is A Great Loss For Journalism, It Is A Great Loss For Humanity, And For All Of Us Who Are Women, It Is A Loss Of One Of The Great Ones," Said U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein. "I Know Of No One Who Fought A Better Fight Against Cancer With Such Overwhelming Determination. She Inspired Literally Everyone Who Talked With Her." The San Francisco Board Of Supervisors Adjourned Yesterday In Yoachum'S Memory, And Mayor Willie Brown Said Today He Will Order All Flags On City Buildings Flown At Half-Staff In Her Honor. "She Embodied The Highest Ideals Of Public Service," Said Supervisor Michael Yaki. "To Face Her Illness The Way She Did Was A Testimony To The Kind Of Human Spirit We Would All Like To See In Ourselves." Last Year, Yoachum Revealed In A First-Person Story That Her Cancer Had Returned And Was Spreading Through Her Body After Being In Remission For Several Years. Her Moving Disclosure Prompted A Health Columnist For The Wall Street Journal To Call Her "A Real- Life Murphy Brown" For Her Courage In Sharing Her Private Battle With Hundreds Of Thousands Of Readers. "Her Work Has Has Been A Lighthouse Beam Through The Fog Of Local And National Politics," The Journal'S Marilyn Chase Wrote. "She Stands As A Model Of Professionalism And Courage In The Workplace. The Lesson For Colleagues Of Cancer Survivors: Professionalism Doesn'T Disappear With A Diagnosis." She Was My Hero And An Incredible Friend. I Miss Her Deeply.)

Alumni: Karl J. Flusche, Date of Death: November 16 2011
Reported By: Craig Weeks (Http://Www.Turrentinejacksonmorrow.Com/Detail.Php?Id=6283 Karl John Flusche August 08, 1955 - November 16, 2011 Major Karl J. Flusche, Usaf, Ret. Of Plano, Texas Passed Away November 16, 2011 At The Age Of 56. He Was Born August 8, 1955 To Donald Frederick, Sr. And Jonnie (Mullican) Flusche In Dallas, Texas. Karl Retired From The United States Air Force As A Major. He Married Cynthia Anne Brewer On May 15, 1976 In Dallas, Texas. Karl’S Career As An Air Force Office Of Special Investigations (Osi) Special Agent Piloted His Involvement With The Association Of Certified Fraud Examiners (Cfe) And American Society For Industrial Security (Asis). His Past Time Included Family Genealogy, Stamp And Coin Collecting, Serving On The Bryan Adams H.S. Reunion Committee In Dallas, Texas, And Spending Quality Time With His Grandchildren. Karl Is Survived By His Wife, Cindy Flusche; Son, Karl Flusche, Jr. And Wife Sommer; Daughter, Lorrie Lane And Husband Brad; Grandchildren, Christopher Lane, Alyssa Lane And Zackery Flusche; Mother, Jonnie Flusche; Brother, Michael Flusche And Wife Grace; And Sister In Law, Lanelle Flusche. He Was Preceded In Death By His Father Donald F. Flusche, Sr. In 2008 And Brother, Donald F. Flusche, Jr. In 2001. Funeral Services Will Be Held 4:00 P.M., Sunday, November 20, 2011 At Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel In Allen, Texas With Chaplain Stan Griffis Officiating. The Family Will Receive Friends During A Visitation Immediately Following The Service. Memorial Contributions May Be Made To The Following: Assist The Officer Foundation At Atodallas.Org / 214.747.6839 Or Air Force National Memorial At Airforcememorial.Org / 703-979-0674. )

Alumni: Ricky D. Ramsey, Date of Death: October 18 2003
Reported By: Sherry Ramsey - Bates (I Am A 1975 Graduate Of Bryan Adams And My Brother, Is Rick Ramsey. He Passed Away Two Days After Surgery, While At Home, From An Aneuyrism. He Passed Away In His Sleep While At Home In Bed...He Went To Sleep When He Got Home From The Hospital, Supposedly "Fine"...And Laid Down For A Nap, And Never Woke Up.)

Alumni: Karl J. Flusche, Date of Death: November 16 2011
Reported By: Michael Flusche (Karl Passed Away As A Result Of A Blood Clot. )

Alumni: Gregory Pat Powers, Date of Death: June 06 2013
Reported By: Craig Weeks (Pat'S Wife Carolyn Announced His Death Today (June 8, 2013) On Facebook. You Can Verify Her Announcement. She Is "Carolyn Powers' On Facebook. Https://Www.Facebook.Com/Carolyn.Powers.92?Fref=Ts)

Alumni: David L. Bryant, Date of Death: December 15 2013
Reported By: Darryl L Bryant

Alumni: Terry J. Braly, Date of Death: 1989
Reported By: Johnny Steward (Just Know He Died Late 80s Or Early 90s)

Alumni: Gwynne M. Gresham (Pattillo), Date of Death: June 2014
Reported By: Cindy Carver Black (Gwynne Passed Away From An Aggressive Form Of Cancer In Late June, Said Her Sister Debbie. A Memorial Service Will Be Held In Coppell On August 3rd. We Had Such A Great Time At Our Reunion Last Fall. Gwynne Was Such A Lovely Lady - She Will Be Missed By All.)

Alumni: Gwynne M. Gresham (Pattillo), Date of Death: June 25 2014
Reported By: Craig Weeks (Http://Www.Tributes.Com/Obituary/Show/Gwynne-Marie-Gresham-101471545)

Alumni: Barbara E. Palmer, Date of Death: August 13 1955
Reported By: Craig Weeks (Http://Www.Restlandfuneralhome.Com/Obituaries/Barbara-Palmer-3/#!/Obituary)

Alumni: Daniel G. Boots, Date of Death: June 15 2015
Reported By: Craig Weeks (Http://Www.Legacy.Com/Obituaries/Dallasmorningnews/Obituary.Aspx?N=Daniel-Boots&Pid=175096707 Boots, Daniel Gregory Age 60, Of Dallas, Entered Glory On June 15, 2015. He Was Born To Harold And The Late Billie (Caffey) Boots In Dallas, Texas On December 28, 1955. Gregg Graduated From Bryan Adams High School And Received His Bs Degree From Cameron University. He Always Considered Himself Blessed To Have Married His College Sweetheart And The Love Of His Life, Vina (Kelsey) Boots. After Completing His Army Service And Receiving The Army Achievement Medal At Fort Sill Oklahoma, He And Vina Moved To Dallas. Gregg Was A Successful Salesman Whose Career Spanned From Tasco Industries To Halo Branded Solutions. Sales Provided Gregg The Opportunity To Meet New People And Build Lasting Relationships With His Customers, Which He Enjoyed Thoroughly. In Addition To His Deep Commitment To Family, Gregg Dedicated His Life To Serving Christ Through Such Organizations As Prison Fellowship Ministries And The Gideons International. Gregg Served As A Deacon At Lake Highlands Baptist And Later Moved To Plano Where He Was An Active Member Of Prestonwood Baptist. Apart From His Missions, Gregg Was An Avid Fisherman And Outdoorsman Who Appreciated God'S Handiwork Evident Throughout Nature. Gregg Is Survived By His Loving Sons: Christopher Daniel Boots And Erik H. Boots Of Plano, Texas. Nieces, Nephews, And A Host Of Friends Regard Gregg As A Second Father Who Was Always There With Help And Counsel When Needed. To Everyone Who Had The Pleasure Of Knowing Gregg, He Will Be Remembered For The Affection, Generosity, And Humor He Brought To All, And He Will Be Dearly Missed. In Lieu Of Flowers, The Family Requests That Donations Be Made To Either Prison Fellowship Ministries Or Gideons International. Gregg'S Memorial Service Will Be At Lake Highlands Baptist On Friday June 19th At 10:30 Am. )
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