Stanton Anno - remembered by Amy Fottrell"Too much rock for one hand!"
Ben Zaslow - remembered by Alice, Wilant, and Willem on behalf of the Zaslow family"May he rest forever peacefully in the Blue Ridge Mountains."
Ron Luther - remembered by Nan Luther, Sheree Cramer, Margaret Moore, Rita Jacobs, Bernadette Lafko-Miller, Ann Kelly, Barbara Reed, Roxanne West, Suzanne Dunlop, and the Richard Montgomery High School Rockets, Class of 1972
Dylan Picard - remembered by Mary Picard"Reading to him as a child"
Jason Edward Glenn - remembered by Ann Strickland
Hannah Wilson - remembered by Michael Kaiser
Adam Frankel - remembered by Michael Kaiser
Cameron Toler - remembered by Jennifer Nicolaisen, Khrystyne Williams, Travis Peterson, and the SeekHealing Community in Asheville"Somewhere between hello & goodbye"
Michael Marro - remembered by Melissa Beach"His Laugh"
Eric Dandy - remembered by Pam Ellis-Phipps and Ellie Combs- remembered by Evelyn Rhodes and Ellie Combs- remembered by the Oxford House Chaney"How gentle and sweet he was with little Nathan; his ability to stay in the present and make you feel like he wouldn't want to be anywhere else; the love he showed Ellie; and, how he never said "no" when I asked him to pose for a picture. He had an awesome smile that made you automatically smile with him. He was a kind person and he will be missed."
Stephen Edwards - remembered by Jarred
Samuel Scott Daves - remembered by Joseph "Curt" Linkous"Wake up to find out that you are the eyes of the world. The heart has it's beaches, it's homeland and thoughts of it's own."
Zachary Austin Kirkland - remembered by Jacob Yerkes"He liked to bring humor into people's lives including one time using a fart spray on a school bus."
Daniel Cottam - remembered by Catherine Cottam"Magnolia Trees"
Shaun Kay - remembered by Sheri Kay"The worst trumpet player in the whole world!"
Anthony - remembered by Katie"G-Town, kids, Mikey, All of us. May we all find the self-love we need to go on without him."
Sam N. - remembered by Katie"All of them."
Kay Hemp - remembered by Judy Depenau"Kay singing cat themed Christmas carol parodies with my partner at a very happy Christmas gathering."