Connections: Linking Talented Educators
Connections: Linking Talented Educators

In Memoriam

  • Marian Lacey (AR '97)

    The longtime Little Rock teacher and administrator dies at 76. (read more)
  • Dr. Lucia (Martinez) Rivera-Aragon (CO '89)

    The Colorado educator received the Milken Award in its first year in her state. (read more)
  • Dr. Richard DuFour (IL '88)

    The educational consultant and author was 69. (read more)
  • Carlos Chavez (NM '93)

    <a title="Carlos Chavez" href="educators/view/carlos-chavez">Carlos Chavez (NM '93)</a>, an advocate for bilingual education, taught in New Mexico for more than three decades. (read more)
  • James Barlow (OR '90)

    Lifelong educator <a title="James Barlow" href="educators/view/james-barlow">Jim Barlow (OR '90)</a> passes away at age 86.  (read more)
  • Crystal L. Simpson (NE '08)

    The Omaha elementary school principal dies suddenly at only 47 years old. (read more)
  • John Shewmaker (AR '95)

    The former high school principal traveled the country advocating for education reform as a member of the National Coalition of Essential Schools. (read more)
  • Nelson Quinby III (CT '89)

    <a title="Nelson Quinby" href="educators/view/nelson-quinby-iii">Nelson Quinby (CT '89)</a>, a science educator and administrator, was 78 years old. (read more)
  • Margaret Clinkscales (CT '88)

    A Bridgeport elementary school teacher, <a title="Margaret Clinkscales" href="educators/view/margaret-clinkscales">Margaret Clinkscales (CT '88)</a> took a strong interest in her students' diverse backgrounds and worked to promote multicultural understanding in the classroom.  (read more)
  • Abraham Funchess (SC '95)

    <a title="Abraham Funchess" href="educators/view/abraham-funchess">Abraham Funchess (SC '95)</a>, who served 42 years in Calhoun County's public schools, dies at age 70. (read more)
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