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04/01/11 05:38 PM #1    

John "Wayne" Hayden

Memory provided by: Mike Parvis

Lisa was a summa cum laude graduate of Towson University School of Education where she majored in Early Childhood Education. She received a Masters degree in Special Education from George Washington University.  Started her career in Prince Georges County, Maryland as a kindergarten teacher. Later she worked in the Head Start program served as Area Teacher Specialist and later as Principal of Avalon Elementary School. In 1996, she was selected as Principal of Antietam Elementary in Prince William County Virginia and later promoted to Director of Curriculum and Staff Development. Eventually returned to the schoolhouse as Principal of Henderson Elementary School in Dumfries. Lisa was a CHS cheerleader, very popular, well liked and thought of. She is missed very much!

Survived By: She is survived by her husband, Kenneth H. Reinshuttle; one daughter, Lauren Ilene Reinshuttle; one son, Austin John Reinshuttle; as well as her mother, Irene Ferrar.

05/18/11 10:33 AM #2    

John Carmichael

Lisa and I went to Towson University at the same time and we did socialize at school events.  She was a great person, captain of the cheerleaders at Crossland, and had a wonderful life. I have not seen her since out 10 year reunion, but she will be missed.  It does not surprise me all the accomplishments she had in her life.

06/02/11 08:09 AM #3    

Jimmy Epps

Lisa was the "Big Voice" of the Crossland could hear her above anyone else.  She was always nice and had that big smile.  It was too young for Lisa to go...she will be missed.

09/04/11 01:56 AM #4    

Marilyn Dienst (Berko)

Although I have not seen Lisa since high school,  I remember her fondly.  We went over to each other's homes to study and socialize and for at least one sleepover that I can recall.  I remember her as kind and level headed as well as pretty and fun.  I am sorry she died young,  but glad she had a what appears to be a full life with a lot for her family to be pround of.    Marilyn Berko

04/08/13 05:44 PM #5    

Vikki Young (Hale)

So many memories of Lisa from when we were at Taney and Crossland!  Outstanding student and talented athlete:  it's not surprising she was such a success in college and as an educator afterwards.  I'll never forget her red Saab car - if I remember correctly, she called it "The Tank" and I'll never forget our years of cheerleading practices and all of the games we cheered at.  We worked so hard to perfect our routines and to be the best cheerleading squad we could be.  What a shock that she passed so soon.  She had the best hair and the most beautiful fingernails, I remember.  She was wonderful, dedicated and driven, but always poked fun at herself.  Lisa touched so many hearts and we were all better people for having been influenced by Lisa.   

09/07/13 06:24 AM #6    

Frank Nicholas

As I glance back at the photos of those special people in the yearbook Lisa is among those dear to me. We shared the same homeroom each day and several classes. She was an outstanding source of inspiration and pride, a good looking gal with a smile as sincere as it was infectious. One could not be near Lisa and not feel good. I sorely miss those innocent years and all those that made it  perhaps our best years. Look forward to seeing  Lisa again, on the other side. "Chip"

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