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           Linda Holper Carraway

After graduation, I stayed in Northern Virginia, married and was a stay at home mom to two wonderful children. In 1989, I found myself in Roanoke, Virginia where I continued being a full-time mom for several more years until divorce put me back out in the job market. Today my children are 30 and 27, both married and have given me the most precious gifts I could ever have hoped for. Emma (5), Evan (1-1/2) and Dylan (1-1/2) are truly the light of my life and keep me very busy as they all live here in Roanoke. After re-entering the job market and paying my dues, I have been working as a corporate legal assistant to the Chief Legal Officer of a Fortune 500 company here in Roanoke for the last 7 years and enjoy my work. I’ve recently taken up ballroom dancing and have been in classes for about a year now. I enjoy traveling and wish I could do more, although I did make it to Vegas last year and had a blast and, more recently, also finally saw the Mall of America in Minneapolis. Today, I’m still single, a grandma fast approaching 54 who one day hopes to have a grandpa to rock the grandkids with!








                  Sherry Black Eberhardt

I was not able to go to the reunion this year, but I really do enjoy looking at the web-site. It does bring back alot of memories. I thank you for posting all that you do. I have been married to Bob Eberhardt FCHS class of 1970 for 34 years now. We moved to Maryland have 2 sons and a 7 year old grandson who brings us so much joy. I am assistant manager for a local bank. Maybe I can join you all for our 40th. Sounds like you all had a nice time. Again, thanks for the web-site updates.
Sherry Black Eberhardt








                           Jerrell Todd

I have a BS from Virginia Tech; married the former Janie McDaniel; and fathered two girls: Amy, now 26; and Maggie, 16. I taught Health and PE at the middle school level for three years in Manassas, and left after deciding that I didn’t love it as much as I hated it.
I have an MBA from American University, and have spent most of my career performing business administration duties in both the public and private sectors – specializing in human resources. I am a certified SPHR. (My second wife quipped that she could tell all her friends that she was married to a certified sphincter! – knowing full well that it stands for Senior Professional in Human Resources.) I am currently very happily married to wife number three (see image) (though I swore I would not get married again after the second divorce) - and working as a minor bureaucrat in the Virginia Department of Social Services in Richmond. Some may remember that Laura attended the FCHS reunion with me five years ago. We were married last November, and daughter Amy officiated. When not working, I ponder the mysteries of life in this plane of existence – often while puffing on an inexpensive cigar and sipping whiskey. (For now, I believe that it’s all about maintaining one’s balance: “Everybody goes dancing, everybody pays the band. Everybody has a hard time sometimes, everybody gets the blues.” You get through the inevitable hard times the best you can, knowing that everyone has them, and they won’t last forever; and you enjoy the inevitable good times, trying to maintain your balance – because the good times won’t last either.) Life, at the moment, is good. Jerrell Todd








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