George Clark (1968)
I remember Debby Barnes. She lived at her parents house within walking distance of Stuart HS, over on Hillsborough Drive, when we were high school students. Here is a copy of her obituary from the Washington Post:
REUTER DEBRA BARNES DEVERS REUTER Middleburg, Real Estate Agent Debra "Debbie" Barnes Devers Reuter, 55, died September 4, 2009 at her home in Bluemont, Virginia. Debbie was born October 28, 1953 in Arkansas City, Kansas. She later moved to Falls Church, Virginia with her family and she received her high school diploma from Jeb Stuart in 1971. Debbie attended the University of Mississippi "Ole Miss" and later moved back to Falls Church where she met and married her first husband, William Devers, Sr. "Bill". In 1978, Debbie and Bill relocated to the Middleburg area where they began their family and became involved with raising, breeding and racing thoroughbred horses. Debbie was a devoted mother of two and she was very active in coaching and refereeing both youth soccer and baseball. In addition, she was the first female Commissioner of the Little League Baseball Association in Loudoun County. In 1995, Debbie remarried to John "Jock" Reuter. By this time, she was involved in her successful 25 year career as a Realtor with her husband at Reuter''s Real Estate. She continued her profession until her death. Debbie will be greatly missed by many. She is predeceased by her father Chester Barnes. Debbie is survived by her daughter, Lindsey Devers; her son, William Devers Junior; her brother, Rock Barnes; her mother, Jean Lambert; and her husband Jock Reuter. At her family''s request, a private service will be held with immediate family and close friends. Condolences may be sent to: Devers/Reuter Family 210 Westwood Drive Tallahassee, FL 32304 In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Round Hill Rescue Squad P.O. Box 145 Round Hill, VA 20142 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=Debra-Reuter&pid=132861021#sthash.7BADIjsz.dpuf
Steve Sloane (1975)
I remember while as a student at Glasgow coming to the Stuart football games while Debbie was a cheerleader. I thought she was a total knock-out and watched her as much as the games. Along with her contemporaries Dru Windham and Robin Dennis, Debbie was a remarkably beautiful girl.