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July 21, 2018

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July 21, 2018

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October 29, 2017
So sorry to hear about your loss. You know that God and Jesus are in the best position to comfort us when we lose a loved one in death.
October 25, 2017
Condolences and prayers to Mrs. Draughon and the entire family. I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Draughon in the 1960s and was fortunate enough to have Mrs. Draughon as a teacher at both George Wythe Jr. High School and at Hampton High. I was not fond of the classroom environment but learned much from Mrs. Draughon, and obviously Mr. Draughon had similar impacts on many students. Thank you both for giving your lives to helping others.
October 24, 2017
So sorry for your loss may God bless and keep you
October 24, 2017
Dear Mrs. Draughn, I must admit that I detest putting condolences Online, but I did not have your address to write to you. I was a student of yours at Buckroe Junior High and used to chat with you in the hallway when we went to Hampton high school. I will always be thankful that you gave me a pass to the back room of the library and got me hooked on historical Fiction by introducing me to author Anya Seton. Although I was not one of your husband s students, I remember him as being very kind and having a warm smile for everyone. I too, lost my husband very suddenly almost 8 years ago and I will keep you in my prayers. Sincerely, Helen McNeill Bertelkamp (Nellysford, Virginia)