Good afternoon, it is with sadness that I tell you that John Price ’65 lost his battle with cancer on Friday, 9/11/2020. He fought a very hard, courageous battle. His positive attitude was truly an inspiration to me. John was in the class of 1965, but left in 1962. He is survived by his wife Roxie, children and grandchildren, his brother Jim ’67, sister Bonnie Price Fry ’71 & Bill Price ’73. I will share his obituary when available. You can send cards of condolence to John’s family at the following addresses.Roxanne Price5280 N. Salem Church RoadDover, PA 17315Jim Price2675 Vireo StreetYork, PA 17403Bonnie Fry146 Overview Circle JRed Lion, PA 17356-8902Bill PricePO Box 114York Haven, PA 17370-0114Thank you Roxie for sharing the sad news about John.Thank you for keeping John’s family in your thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time. John will be missed by so many.
- Good evening, it is with sadness that I tell you of the passing of Robert “Pat” Sherlock ’67 on August 15, 2020. Pat was the Class President. He was in the Electric Shop, he was on the Football, Basketball, and Track teams. He sang in the Chorus and the Choir. Thank you for keeping Pat’s wife Annemarie, his sister Nancy, his brothers Chris ’69, Mike ’72 & Steve ’72 and his entire family in your thoughts and prayers. The following are addresses if you would like to send a note/card of sympathy.Annemarie Sherlock & Family305 Wyndham Place DriveFuquay Varina, NC 27526-5007Chris Sherlock ’69317 Monroe StreetMechanicsburg, PA 17055-4044Mike Sherlock ’72245 Hughes StreetWilliamsport, PA 17701Steve Sherlock ’72764 Carlson RoadHummelstown, PA 17036Obituary
Robert (known as ‘Pat’ to his brothers and sister) was born March 17, 1949, to the late Harold and Madeline in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. He attended Scotland School for Veterans Children in Chambersburg PA, where he graduated at the top of the class in 1967. He earned his bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from the University of Pittsburgh in 1971 and joined the United States Navy following graduation. He served 6 years of active duty as a part of the “Silent Service” including assignments to the USS Nautilus and the USS Pargo, while stationed in Groton, CT. He was married to Annemarie in 1975. After being honorably discharged from active duty in 1976, he moved with Anne to Palmyra, NY, where he began a 40+ year civilian career that included process engineering support to various manufacturing firms and managerial support for independent senior living facilities. In 1977 he rejoined the Navy as a reservist, and served an additional 19 years, reaching the rank of Commander. While working full time, serving as a reservist, co-parenting two young girls, and supporting Anne while she obtained her MS, he also obtained an MS in Chemistry from Rochester Institute of Technology. Bob enjoyed spending time with his family, home improvement projects, and apple pie with ice cream.Bob is preceded in death by his parents, Harold and Madeline.Bob is survived by his loving wife, Annemarie; his daughters, Jessica and Kate; his siblings Chris, Mike, Steve, Nancy, and their families.The family will receive friends from 11 am – 12:00 pm on Friday, August, 21 at Apex Funeral Home, 550 W. Williams St. Apex, NC 27502. A funeral service will take place immediately following in the Chapel. Burial to immediately follow at Eastern Carolina State Veterans Cemetery, 164 Longs Plant Farm Rd. Goldsboro, NC 27534.The family graciously anticipates the attendance of all who feel comfortable at Apex Funeral Home. Please respect social distancing and mask usage practices that will be in place during the services due to the COVID pandemic. To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our
Sympathy Store. Published in The News and Observer on Aug. 19, 2020.Thank you Chris for sharing the sad news about Pat’s passing.
- Good morning, it is with sadness that I share the news that Mrs. Virginia James passed away July 7, 2020. Mrs. James was Grandmother to Ed Mooney ’92. Mrs. James was the President of SSPA (SCOTLAND SCHOOL PARENTS ASSOCIATION) and the Philadelphia Parents Association. She was a SSVC Board of Trustees Member and supporter of SSVC Foundation and a DMVA Hall of Fame inductee for her work with SSVC. As you can see she was a huge supporter of our beloved school and it’s students.
Thank you for keeping Ed Mooney and his family in your thoughts and prayers during the sad time.
Funeral Arrangements: Friday, July 17th , Ivan Kimbel Funeral Home , 1100 N. 63rd Street, Philadelphia; Viewing 9:00 a. m. to 11:00 a. m. Service 11:00 a. m.Thank you for keeping Ed Mooney and his family in your thoughts and prayers during the sad time.
Thank you Mr. Frank Frame for sharing the sad news with us.