In Memory

Shelia Carrington (Reedy)

Shelia Carrington (Reedy)

Thanks to our fellow classmate, Ralph Norman, we have the following regarding Shelia's death:

Shelia married (Joseph) Floyd Reedy, RHS class of
1962, on March 26th, 1965. They later divorced.

The following is the obituary for Shelia as it appeared in the Dallas Morning News on March 6th, 1998.
Reedy, Shelia Carrington
Born August 6th, 1944 Died March 2nd, 1998 in her home in Irving. Educated at Richardson High School where she was a majorette in the Golden Eagle Band,TWU and University of Arkansas. Employed by Tecor Electronics, Las Colinas as a financial analyst. Preceded in death by G.E. Carrington (father) and Lou Ann Carrington Nicholson(sister and RHS class of 1964), survived by Hal Douglas, Margie, Lake Oliver, Dan, Sandra, and Chris Carrington; Ward, Sean, and Michelle Nicholson. A memorial service will be celebrated at 1PM, Saturday, March 7th, 1998 at First Baptist Church in Richardson.

 

If you knew Shelia, please post some of your favorite memories of her for your classmates to enjoy.



 
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06/10/11 06:49 PM #1    

John Buchanan

I first met Shelia at the start of our 8th grade school year when all the other 7th graders came up from Greenville Ave.  She was in several of my classes and due to our last names frequently sat either behind me or very near me.  I remember her as being very smart and competitive in the classroom.  She had a ready, winsome smile and a "fun to be around" personality.  I know she was in the band for all four of her high school years and was one of the band majorettes her senior year.  I am hoping several of her band mates will add their remembrances of Shelia for the rest of us to enjoy.  She will be missed at our upcoming reunion.


05/04/12 09:00 PM #2    

Carol Burke

Shelia and I were majorettes together,    She was always so pleasant and a pleasure to be around,  I did know that she had passed away some time ago, and was so surprised and saddened.  What a kind smile and good personality she had!   Such a sweet person!

Carol Burke


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