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In Memory

Jean DePriest

 
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03/04/15 04:47 PM #1    

Scott Burton (1974)

Best teacher I ever had. She loved history as much or more than I did. I will never forget her.


05/10/15 04:09 AM #2    

Ross M. Brown (1982)

One of the best teachers I ever had because she treated us as adults.  We did not have to ask to go to the bathroom.  She was a fine example of a human being.


08/11/15 12:19 AM #3    

David Kerr (1976)

I had the good fortune to speak to her long after she retired.  As passionate about history as ever.  I really loved her class.


09/15/15 06:40 PM #4    

John Clegg (1972)

Loved Mrs.DePriest- teaching in those pencil skirts, stiletto heels and beehive hairdo and driving her big Cadillac! Was good friends with her daughter Diane who was in Class of '72 with me. Good memories. 


05/12/16 02:10 PM #5    

Marc Thompson (1978)

Simply wonderful government teacher. One of those teachers who stick out in my memory because she was so memorable, in a good way.


07/09/16 08:46 PM #6    

Andrea (Susan) Coumarian (Vivian) (1979)

I remember her as German teacher my freshman year (1975/76 school year)/


12/03/16 01:27 PM #7    

Fernando Navarrete (1978)

Mrs. D was always warm, gracious and ready to help.  I have very fond memories of her.  As is typical of youth, I did not appreciate her as much in 1978 as I do today when I find myself teaching US Government in the Virginia Public Schools system.  THANK YOU, Mrs. D, wherever you are!


02/10/18 12:52 PM #8    

Barbara Beebe (1976)

Mrs. DePreist taught us the most useful skill I ever learned in high school - how to file our taxes!  I have always done my own taxes & have never had to pay anyone else to do them.  Thank you Mrs. D.!

 


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