Ingram - commandant, who taught Army of Northern Virginia history for U.S. History. Nearly thirty years have passed and I have to say that very few people have influenced
my life more than the unique individuals who not only taught on the Hill but made it a life
as well. The dedication of these men was nothing short of phenomenal. I know their paychecks
never reflected the heart that they put into the job. I will forever be in their debt. Mr.
Eubanks said it just right,
"God Bless 'Em All!"
Major Sweat who taught biology and lectured to us (including his son) on the moral
application of biloogy to human beings.
Major Leftwich who reported for the Nashville Banner and Tennessee as a stringer, in
between classes in geometry and advanced algebra - and did a memorable job of each.
... And many other stories which are probably still actionable if any of those involved
still live, God bless 'em all!
Courtesy of C A Eubanks Class of 58
Ford Moss Class of '69
Once a "Heightsman", always a "Heightsman". We are all family, not by
geneology, but by association. And our bondship is stronger than that of any family geneology.
Dean Richey Class of '72