"I Will Remember You"
Words and Music by Sarah McLachlan, Seamus Egan and Dave Merenda
Please do not make illegal copies of this music.  The audio on this page is not for distribution.
This page is dedicated to all the Panther Faculty, Staff and Students who have passed on
Don’t mourn their passing, but celebrate their time with us
They will always be a special part of our lives
And will always hold a special place in our hearts
KIRK BURTON - CLASS OF 1981
Died September 2007
IN MEMORIAM
MR. COLEMAN BURKE – FACULTY (History)
Died April 10, 2000
Donations in Mr. Burke’s name can be made to the following:
Mercer County Public Library
Harrodsburg, KY 40330
CURTIS R. BURNHAM, JR. - CLASS of 1982
Born in Ft. Worth Tx. on Jan. 7, 1964. After Hanau Curtis served his country in the U.S. Army for 6 years. After his service he worked for Orkin and Cooks pest control companies. He left a successful branch
management job with Orkin after a disabeling heart attack. He lived out the remainder of his life in Alabama. In October of 2009 Curtis went to be with the Lord after a short battle with Lung Cancer. He is survived by
his wife Joy, His daughter Taylor, son Scotty, wife Rachel and grandson Nolan, daughter Stephanie all of Alabama, His brother Darin of Kansas and sisters Pamela Bean and Andrea Burnham of Alabama. He will
be truely missed.  Submitted by Darin Burnham
SYLVIA ADAIR - CLASS of 1977
Died June 29, 1987 in
San Francisco, CA
KEITH AKINS - CLASS OF 1976
Died February 13, 2005 of a brain aneurysm
BOB BOWMAN  - CLASS of 1977
Killed by a drunk driver
JOE CAINE - CLASS of 1983
Passed away in his sleep of a heart attack while working as a contractor for KBR in Camp Fallujah
MR. JOHN CHAVIES - FACULTY (Social Studies)
Died of cancer
KARLA DUPREY COLDROSS - CLASS of 1979 – pass from this world on May 19, 2009.  Karla lived in Washington State and leaves behind her husband Evan Coldross, two
sons and 4 grandchildren, three brothers who include Kenneth ’77 and Gary Duprey ’78 and his wife Gail Navarre Duprey ‘76.  Her best friend for life was Mary Ann Jones-
Dejesus ’79.  

Submitted by Karla’s brother and sister-in-law – Gary & Gail (Navarre) Duprey ‘78 & ’76 HHUUeridevmay@yahoo.com
HOWARD EASELY - CLASS OF 1979
Died October 28, 2002
TRACI ESTES - CLASS OF 1980
Traci passed away just after Thanksgiving in 2000 after an automobile accident near Temple, Texas.  She was a high school
guidance counselor and was on her way to the school to do some paperwork during the weekend.  Traci loved being at school
and she enjoyed her time at Hanau.  A Memorial site has been create for Traci at:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=13035139
MR. ORLEN ECK - FACULTY (Wood Shop)
Passed away from complications of MS. He was an extremely well liked teacher.  Taught wood
shop, metal working, construction, technical drawing and electronics. His wife (Sharon) taught
Art for many years and then switched to English. Oren also did engravings and provided
plaques and trophies for school activities for many years.
MR. NELSON FADDIES - FACULTY
DoDDS-Europe regrets to announce the death Nov. 30 (2006) of Nelson Faddies. A DoDDS educator for 33 years.  Faddies was a school counselor at Ansbach Elementary School in
Ansbach, Germany, at the time of his death.   Faddies died in Katterbach, Germany, from a heart ailment.  He was 66 years old.  As a DoDDS teacher, counselor and administrator,
Faddies served at Frankfurt Junior High School, Hanau High School, Bamberg, Giessen High School and Bad Nauheim Elementary School in the course of a long and productive
career.  Our hearts and prayers go out to the Faddies family, their loved ones and their friends. Nelson Faddies is survived by his wife, Shirley Faddies, a teacher at Ansbach ES, their
daughters Sherry Harris and Niki Faddies, and their son, Jason Faddies. Condolences may be sent to:  Mrs. Shirley Faddies,
CMR 454 Box 3642, APO AE 09250
KATHY FERGUSON - CLASS of 1976
Killed by a drunk driver
WAYNE EDWARD GEATCHES - CLASS of 1989
Killed by a drunk driver
GILBERTOWN — Funeral services for Wayne Edward Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Leon Ross
officiating. Interment followed in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery.  Mr. Geatches was born on March 26, 1971
and passed away on Nov. 25th. He was a body technician for Waters International Trucks, Inc. He also
served in the U.S. Army in Operation Desert Storm.  He is survived by his parents, Ronald and Sandra
Geatches of Gilbertown; one son, Ronald and Sandra Geatches of Gilbertown; one son, Ronald Wayne
Geatches of Gilbertown; two sisters, Tammie Mazingo of Gilbertown; and Ronda Floyd of Charlotte,
NC.  Pallbearers were Frank Benjamin Logan, Jeremy Logan, Jerry Michael Mazingo, Lee Reeves,
Keith Means, Jr., and Keith Logan.  Bumpers Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.
RHONDA A. GIFFIN - CLASS of 1978
Died on March 19, 1992
“Rhonda suffered from cardiovascular  disease and mercifully
died in her sleep while living in Nashville, TN.  She is survived by
her son, Christopher, who now resides with his father and
stepmother in Atlanta, GA.  Christopher's grandparents (Rhonda's
parents)  reside in Clarksville, TN.”
NANCY GRIFFITHS - CLASS of 1982
Leukemia.  During her 2 year sickness, she was an inspiration to
everyone that came in contact with her.
ROSEMARIE HAGEDORN-RICKARD - CLASS OF 1977
Rosemarie, age 49, of Tacoma went to be with the Lord Jesus on October 31, 2008. She battled a rare and aggressive cancer. Born August 10, 1959 in Permissans,
Germany to Donald Paul Hagedorn, Sr. and Rosemarie Emma Hagedorn. She will be greatly missed by her husband, Robin Rickard, two sons, Jason and Kaleb,
stepchildren Justin, Konrad, Jesse & Crystal Rickard, Mother Rosemarie & Stepfather Richard Delmas, brother Donny Hagedorn Jr., nieces Courtney & Sarah, sister
Margaret (Edward) Reygers, nephews Maximiliaan & Samuel, sister Tina Hagedorn all from Gig Harbor/Tacoma. She is also survived by extensive family in Germany
and Pennsylvania. Rose was preceded in death by her father, Donald Paul Hagedorn Sr.

Rosemarie graduated from Hanau High School, Germany, 1977 and was a member of USERA Cheerleading Championship Team. After school Rose moved to
Tacoma and started her family.  Rosy enjoyed gardening, loved pink roses and crocheting blankets for those less fortunate.  Rosy committed her life to God and
attended By His Word Christian Center. She volunteered in the Christian Ministry Outreach, sang in both the Church Choir and for Healing Ministries throughout the
US & Canada.
MR. RICHARD HANNA - FACULTY (Social Studies)
lead an absolutely colorful life as a pilot flying into Ethiopia at the time of Selassi and was actually jailed in an
Ethiopian prison for suspicion of being a U.S. spy.  Also passed, his former flight attendant and interesting
personage with German blue blood lines and heiress to the Kieckenbusch Champagne Company fortune...also
jailed in Ethiopia but was released quickly due to her German, rather than U.S., citizenship.
MICHAEL EDWARD HARP - CLASS of 1982
Died December 24, 2006 after a long Died December 24, 2006 after a long our senior year, we were in
an automobile freshman and sophomore years.  During accident. Unfortunately, Mike suffered a
severe brain stem injury and was paralyzed from the year and came out of year and came out of the
coma in late '82. the coma in late '82. Although Mike was not Although Mike was not able to able to
communicate verbally, he was very much aware of his surroundings and we "talked" through the use of
eye communication and other visual aids. We often spoke of the memories from Hanau.
SCOTT HEYSE - CLASS of 1987
Ludington, Michigan next to our Dad. He is survived by his wife, Bernadette, 2 kids (Hunter and Mackenzie),
his Mom, 4 sisters (Tammy class of 89, Jackie class of 90, Debra, and Catherine) and many Grandparents,
Aunts, Uncles and Cousins.  (Submitted by Tammy Heyse - tammy_annie@hotmail.com)
GLENN HONEYCUTT - CLASS OF 1985
Jan. 27, 1967 - July 17, 2004
Died Saturday at a local hospital. Mr. Honeycutt was a native of graduated from Butler High and Athens State University. He was a veteran of the U. S. Army and
was employed with Avocent Corporation. He is survived by his wife Pamela S. Honeycutt; four children, Miranda Honeycutt, Lauren Honeycutt, Chase Honeycutt
and Drew Honeycutt, all of Hazel Green; parents, Harold and Jane Honeycutt of Huntsville; and two sisters, Carol Lowery of Madison and Chrissy Hinson of Fort
Campbell, Ky.  Funeral services were held Wednesday, July 21, at Spry Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ron Lowery officiating.  Burial followed at Valley View
Memorial Gardens.  In honor of Glen, the family is asking that donations be made to the National Children Advocacy Center in Huntsville."in Huntsville."
MARGIE HOOGERWERF - CLASS of 1980
Died October 1997 from a brain tumor
MS. YVONNE JAEGER - FACULTY (Music, Humanities)
Ms Jaeger retired after 30 years in DoDDS and moved exclusive section of the Bronx). When she returned to Ms Jaeger
retired after 30 years in DoDDS and moved the U.S. seven years or so ago, her breast cancer was to Connecticut and then
the Bronx, NY (Riverdale-an in remission. Unfortunately the past year saw a vicious return of the cancer and it ultimately
consumed her on November 17, 2006. She was very special to me and I would like all the students that she touched in Music
or Humanities to know of her passing. She was indeed a light in the world giving the better part of her life to her students.  
May she indeed rest in peace. Amen.
MR. RICK LANCASTER - FACULTY (Middle School)
Died of heart disease
HOLLY LEONARD - CLASS of 1988
Died August 23, 2009
Holly passed away at Fort Belvoir, VA,  on August 23rd 2009. She
was 39. She is survived by her mother, father, husband (SSgt David
Watson), son and daughter and brother. She was an LPN. She died
of a “massive cardiac event” in her sleep.
AMY (LICARI) RYALS - CLASS of 1984
Died April 9, 2001 from Leukemia
”At Hanau, Amy was active in tennis, volleyball and a manager for the wrestling team.  After graduation, she continued her education at the University
of West Florida, earning a BS in Marketing.  Upon completion, she worked for the Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) as stationed in
Alabama, Germany, Washington D.C., and Dallas, TX. Amy is survived by her husband, and Tod.”
JOSE MARTINEZ - CLASS of 1978
Killed in a motorcycle accident in 1994
JOE MIKKELSON - CLASS of 1976
Died in the early 80's from Leukemia
MICHAEL NORMAN - CLASS OF 1990
Died January 31, 2008 in Operation Iraqi Freedom
http://www.myspace.com/texas_son
National Police Transition Team honors fallen officer Capt. Michael A. Norman
Multi-National Division - Baghdad
FORWARD OPERATING BASE LOYALTY, Iraq - The 3rd Battalion, 8th Brigade, 2nd Division National Police Transition Team, honored one of their fallen officers during a memorial service Feb 2.  Capt. Michael A. Norman, 36, born
in Austin, Texas, was killed during of the 2nd Division NPTT, remembered Norman as a true professional, and an expert always looking for ways to help others.   "His candor and always thinking of how to develop his counterpart.
He developed a system to report and track any type of (intelligence) that overcame a language and cultural barrier."  Norman had many duties that pulled him away from his primary military intelligence function, and his Iraqi
counterpart had no military intelligence experience. But, Norman was such a great mentor his Iraqi counterpart has provided more intelligence than any other intelligence officer in their brigade, said Hunt.  Norman is also
remembered for his more personal side.  "In May, as Team Shark was formed, we met 'Norm' or 'Normando,' a man whose sense of humor helped bond this team as we all faced the unknown of (Iraqi Assistance Group) and Fort
Riley," said Hunt. "His sharp wit, professionalism and friendship will forever be engrained in this team. Norm enjoyed the Army, and he loved his family. They were his pride and joy. We have lost a great American. Norm, you will
not be forgotten."   Even though Norman was a serious-minded professional who liked to make people laugh, he was first and foremost a family man.  "Captain Norman's love of the Army and his job were second only to his family.
Anyone who found himself in company with him could see that within minutes," said Master Sgt. Timothy Terpak,. "He constantly spoke of his wife, Chun, and his children, Samuel and Summer. It was clear they were his world. Not
a day passed that his family was not mentioned in a conversation with him. He even used (a computer program) to paste (a picture of) himself into pictures to show his family that he was with them, if only in spirit.  "He will be
sorely missed by us all. There is now a void where he once stood. He will forever remain in my heart and my memories so that his legacy may live on," Terpak said. "I express my deepest sympathy to his family and would like
them to know we FORWARD OPERATING BASE LOYALTY, Iraq - The 3rd Battalion, 8th Brigade, 2nd Division National Police Transition Team, honored consider Captain Norman a part of our family and we grieve with you. Norm, I
miss you buddy. God bless."  Norman's military FORWARD OPERATING BASE LOYALTY, Iraq - The 3rd Battalion, 8th Brigade, 2nd Division National Police Transition Team, honored awards and decorations include the following:
Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation one of their fallen officers during a memorial service Feb 2.  Capt. Michael A. Norman, 36, born in Austin, Texas, was killed during one of their
fallen officers during a memorial service Feb 2.  Capt. Michael A. Norman, 36, born in Austin, Texas, was killed during combat operations in Baghdad Jan. 31. He was a military intelligence officer assigned to the transition team.  
Maj. Bryan Hunt, the chief combat operations in decorations include the following: Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation one of their Baghdad Jan. 31. He was a military
intelligence officer assigned to the transition team.  Maj. Bryan Hunt, the chief of the 2nd Division NPTT, remembered Norman as a true professional, and an expert always looking for ways to help others.   "His candor and
confidence was everything a team leader could ask for. It was easy to serve with Capt. Norman," said Hunt. "He knew his job and was always thinking of how to develop his counterpart. He developed a system to report and track
any type of (intelligence) that overcame a language and cultural barrier."  Norman had many duties that pulled him away from his primary military intelligence function, and his Iraqi counterpart had no military intelligence
experience. But, Norman was such a great mentor his Iraqi counterpart has provided more intelligence than any other intelligence officer in their brigade, said Hunt.  Norman is also remembered for his more personal side.  "In
May, as Team Shark was formed, we met 'Norm' or 'Normando,' a man whose sense of humor helped bond this team as we all faced the unknown of (Iraqi Assistance Group) and Fort Riley," said Hunt. "His sharp wit,
professionalism and friendship will forever be engrained in this team. Norm enjoyed the Army, and he loved his family. They were his pride and joy. We have lost a great American. Norm, you will not be forgotten."   Even though
Norman was a serious-minded professional who liked to make people laugh, he was first and foremost a family man.  "Captain Norman's love of the Army and his job were second only to his family. Anyone who found himself in
company with him could see that within minutes," said Master Sgt. Timothy Terpak,. "He constantly spoke of his wife, Chun, and his children, Samuel and Summer. It was clear they were his world. Not a day passed that his family
was not mentioned in a conversation with him. He even used (a computer program) to paste (a picture of) himself into pictures to show his family that he was with them, if only in spirit.  "He will be sorely missed by us all. There is
now a void where he once stood. He will forever remain in my heart and my memories so that his legacy may live on," Terpak said. "I express my deepest sympathy to his family and would like them to know we consider Captain
Norman a part of our family and we grieve with you. Norm, I miss you buddy. God bless."  Norman's military awards and decorations include the following: Bronze Star Medal, Purple Heart Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Army
Commendation Medal with three Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Achievement Medal with five Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Good Conduct Medal with two knots, National Defense Service Medal with two Bronze Stars, Global War on Terrorism
Expeditionary and Service Medals, Korea Defense Service Medal, Non-Commissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon with the numeral 2, Expert Infantryman Badge, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge and Combat
Action Badge.  Surviving Norman are his wife, Chun, his son Samuel and his daughter, Summer.
http://projects.washingtonpost.com/fallen/states/tx/killeen/> > Killeen
LEIF NOTT - CLASS OF 1996
A graduate of the Class of 2000 from U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY, Army 1st Lt. Leif E. Nott, 24, of Cheyenne, Wyo.; attached to A Troop, 1st Battalion, 10th
Cavalry, Fort Hood, Texas; died of wounds received from hostile fire on July 30, 2003 in Belaruz, Iraq.  Growing up with an Army dad, Leif E. Nott was born in Italy,
raised in Europe and graduated from high school in Germany. He spoke at least five languages. When it was time for college, he came back to the United States to
continue the family’s military tradition, enrolling at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y.  Family members said Nott was known for his "can-do" attitude, and his
latest assignment was troop executive officer, the right-hand man for the troop commander.  Nott had met his wife, Melanie, in a Bible study class while at his
previous post, the Army’s tanker training headquarters at Fort Knox.  He will be missed.  For complete details visit http://www.militarycity.com/valor/2100610.html.
COL FELIX PEDRAZA - Faculty (ROTC DIRECTOR)
Passed away of a heart attack in 2009
BOBBY WAYNE PORTER - CLASS of 1995
"Born January 30, 1977 in Fort Worth, Texas, died Monday, June 7, 2004.  He was a graduate of Hanau American High School in Hanau Germany in 1995.  He was preceded in
death by his daughter Layla Swanilla Porter, his grandmother, Shirley Porter Cook, and great-grandmother, Girtha Lee Porter.  Bobby is survived by his wife, Jane Rene Pace,
son, Jadin Khalid Porter and daughter, Jasmin Kianna Pace Yarbrough; his mother, Delores Jean Martin and his father, Kenneth B. Martin; biological father, Bobby Wayne Lewis,
brothers, Kenneth Bris. Martin, Jr., Corwon Curtis Martin, sister, Danielle Lewis and a host of relatives and friends."
LORENE PRINZ - CLASS OF 1984 (Voted Most Athletic)
Died in 1997 of Multiple Sclerosis
JOHN REVELS - CLASS of 1984
John passed away on Sept. 28, 2006 in Warrenton VA. after his battle with cancer.
MR. WILLIAM SHARPE - FACULTY (Science)
Died of heart failure after surgery
MACEO SMITH - CLASS of 1976
Killed October 1976 in auto accident between Hanau and Mainz
HOPE STUDER - CLASS of 1989
Killed in a car accident in 2002.  She leaves a daughter who is being raised by her mother and father who live in Alabama.
JEFFERY D. TATUM - CLASS of 1984
Jeffery D. Tatum, Sr. September 25, 1965- April 27, 2006 COLUMBUS, GA— Columbus Thursday, April 27, 2006. Graveside services will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, May 2, 2006, in Parkhill
Cemetery with Reverend David Lix officiating according to Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, Macon Rd. The family will receive friends from Noon until 1:30 PM on Tuesday at the funeral home.  Mr. Tatum was
born September 25, 1965 in Tampa, FL, son of Gaston and Martha Tatum. He was a name of ÒSounds by Jeff.Ó Survivors include his parents, Gaston and Martha Tatum of Columbus, GA; three
children, Tina Tatum of Defuniak Springs, FL, Jeffery D. Tatum, Jr. and Jordan Tatum both of Columbus, GA; two sisters, Shelia Bletz and Sherry Tatum both of Columbus, GA; two nieces, Rebecca
and Tamara Abbott, both of Columbus, GA; several close friends. Please visit www.striffler-hamby.com to sign the online guest registry.
DEAN LORENZO TURNBULL, JR. - CLASS of 1998
Dean Lorenzo Turnbull, Jr., a 28-year-old Iraq War veteran, lost his life in a fire inside his home in Waldorf, Maryland on Saturday, August 9,
2008.  Dean was a graduate from Edgewood High School in Sicklerville, N.J. in June, 1998. He served three years in the United States Army as a
Heavy Wheel Vehicle Mechanic. He spent 12 months in Iraq, serving with the 3rd Infantry Division of Fort Stewart, GA. He was also a graduate of
the Lincoln Technical Institute in December, 2007 with an ASE Certification in Brakes. He served one year with the Maryland Army National
Guard. His last employment was with Pinkerton Security Services.  He was son of Dean L. Turnbull, Sr. and Ceciline Uphrasia Murraine
Turnbull.  He is survived by his parents, one sister, Latisha U. Turnbull, two grandmothers, Ethlyn Hodge of Tortola, BVI, and Beatrice Murraine of
Ohio, and one step-grandfather, Reginald O. Hodge of Tortola, BVI. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, Wednesday, August 20, 2008.  
Interment took place at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, MD.
SAMUEL ANTHONY VELLOCIDO, SR. - CLASS OF 1978
Sr., 44, of Oviedo, Fla., was at 2 p.m. Monday at Valley View Cemetery with Barry Hooie officiating and Spry Funeral Home directing.  Mr. Vellocido
died Sunday, April 18, 2004, at home He was born Jan. 16, 1960, in Limestone County. He was a software engineer.  He is survived by his
mother, Sarah Wanell Vellocido of Huntsville; one son, Samuel Anthony Vellocido Jr. of Oviedo, Fla.; three daughters, Amber of Davenport, Iowa,
and Jasmine Leinani Vellocido, of Oviedo, Fla.; one brother, Randy Vellocido of Woodbridge, Va.; and two sisters, Lisa Schleusner of Anchorage,
Alaska, and Pam Dolan of Huntsville; one grandson and several nieces and nephews.  Memorials may be made to a fund for the minor children
of Tony Vellocido, in care of Randall "A graveside memorial service for Samuel Anthony Vellocido Vellocido, P.O. Box 7148, Woodbridge, Va.
22195."
LAURIE VICK ASSLMIER - CLASS OF 1982
Passed away on Thanksgiving 2008
HOPE R. WADMAN JOHNSON - CLASS of 1987
Passed away on August 22, 1992 from a car crash in Elkhart Indiana.
MIKE WALLACE - CLASS of 1980
KARIN WARMAN-KUEHNEL - CLASS OF 1984
Karin died February 14, 2003 of a massive heart attack with no prior warning.  
Karin left behind a husband (Horst), two daughters (Monica Seiple, 19 years, and
Jessica Kuehnel, 14 years)
JACKIE WALLS PACE - CLASS of 1980
Passed away Tuesday, October 18, 2005 due to a cancerous brain tumor.
WILLIAM and BEVERLY WHITAKER - FACULTY
July 21, 2004
William and Beverly Whitaker of Navarre, Florida, were both killed in an automobile accident on July 21, 2004 while on their way to their son's wedding in Virginia.  The Whitakers had
two sons; Kyle (HHS Class of 1995), and Kory.  Mr. Whitaker was the coach for the girl's basketball team for many years.
JANICE EDWARDS COOK - CLASS OF 1976
Died in Oct. 2006 of skin cancer. She lived in Savannah, GA with her husband, son and daughter and is greatly missed by family and friends.
ROGER O.SHEFFIELD - CLASS of 1981
Died of lung cancer 7/3/10 at the age of 46.  Roger is survived by his three
children and a loving family.  Roger was cremated and has a headstone in the
Willow Oak Cemetery in Mulberry, Florida.
REGINALD VAUGHN GAINES - CLASS of 1993
Born October 2, 1975 in El Paso, Texas passed away Sunday,
September 20, 2009 at the age of 33 years.  Reginald is survived by:
mother, Vicki Lynn Moore; brothers, Adrian Gaines and Kevin Moore;
and numerous other family members and friends.
TAMIKA LARAINE FITZPATRICK - CLASS of 1995
Passed away January 9, 2010 from Multiple Sclerosis
KIMBERLY ANN POTTS - CLASS OF 1988
Kimberly Ann Potts - mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, friend, and teacher - age 40, passed away at her parents' home on Wednesday, August 11,
surrounded by her family and friends. She was a fighter, and fought long and hard against breast cancer for four years. Born May 22, 1970 in Savannah, Georgia, to
Robert Wesley Potts, Sr. and Sharon Sue Potts, she attended Hanau American High School, Germany, and graduated from Judson High before finishing her teaching
degree in 2006. She taught at Woodlake Hills Middle School in Judson ISD for the past three years and coached the cheerleading squad. Survivors include her son,
Donavon Potts; father, Robert Potts, Sr.; mother, Sharon Childress Potts; brother, Robert Potts, Jr.; sister-in-law, Wendi Fuson Potts; nephew, Lucas Potts; niece,
Sarah Potts; aunt, Judith Childress Tardiff; cousins, Dana Tardiff Shirkey, Allen Tardiff, Andrea death by grandfather, James Potts; grandfather, Samuel Childress; and
grandmother, Jonia Kerns Childress. Relatives and friends are welcome at Sunset Chapel, 1701 Austin Highway, Monday, August 16, 5:00 p.m. with Rosary to follow
at 6:00 p.m. Services will be held at 11:30 a.m., Tuesday, August 17 at St. John Neumann's Catholic Church; Interment to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery. Memorial
contributions are welcome at WINGS of San Antonio and South Texas, a non-profit breast cancer treatment organization, in memoriam of Kimberly Ann Potts,
Memorial Campaign in memory of Kimberly Ann Potts, http://www.komensanantonio.org/make-a-donation/donate-online/ To pay tribute to Kim's life, visit our website
at www.sunsetfuneralhomesa.com for more information.
MR. BOB LEACH - FACULTY (Health & Science Teacher,
Track & Wrestling Coach)
Passed away Thursday night November 8, 2012, due to a
combination of things but most related to diabetes. Bob had
recovered from a broken(split) femur he suffered earlier and
from a cold he picked up at the Rose Bowl Parade last
January. He did have an infection on this heel but the doctors
said it had healed and was not a problem.