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In memory of our classmates who have passed and are celebrating life in a much better place, please forward their name, and a photo if possible to sgillooly@gilloolyrealty.com and I will upload the information to this page.


Brian M. Dry died Sunday January 13, 2008 at 38 years old.
Brian survived by his wife of 12 years and a class mate Robbi Dry of Apex and their two sons Nicholas and Jackson.
Funeral service will be held at 2:00 PM Wednesday January 16, 2008 Cary First United Methodist Church across from Ashworth Drug Store in Cary.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to a special account set up
for Nicholas and Jackson at Coastal Federal Credit Union 401 North Harrison Avenue Cary, NC 27513.

Russell Corey's tribute to Mark Carson:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rKwdF4QkEo

Mr. Stevens our first principal at Cary High School died of Cancer while we were attending Cary High. We all remember him as a leader and a friend who helped us all get started in our high school journey.

We also lost two great classmates while we were in high school, Todd Walton and Benton Overman.

Steve Pendergrass died in a car accident just after high school on his way back to college.

Our prayers also go out to the family of Sherlita Smith who died of a heart attack.

May we keep these people in our prayers.
God Bless them all!!

Please email me any other classmates that may have passed since we have gone on our journey through life since Cary High School.





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RANDOLPH FOY III Randy Foy, of Wilmington, 50, was called home to be with his eternal Father Saturday, May 16, 2020. He was preceded in death by his father, Randolph Foy Jr. He is survived by daughters Karley and Natalie; Mom, Carole Davis Foy; brother, Stephen (Kelley); niece, Victoria; nephew Stephen Jr. Randy graduated from Cary Sr. High and UNCW. He had a lifelong passion of electronics and automobiles. He embraced life to the fullest and accepted any challenge that life threw him. Everyone who knew Randy would agree that his smile was contagious and his strong sense of loyalty was hard to find. Once you met him, he was a friend for life. His relentless devotion to his friends and family was one of his strongest attributes. His spirit will live on through his two beautiful daughters whom he cherished and loved with all his heart. Due to the current restrictions, a private service will be held for the family Friday, May 22, 2020. Graveside visitation will be held directly following, at Greenlawn Memorial Park to celebrate his life. In lieu of flowers, donations will be accepted for a scholarship fund for his daughters at https://www.gofundme.com/f/karleyampnatalie-foy-scholarship-fund