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Mavis J. Darcy

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Employment History

Member

Commanders' Club of the Disabled American Veterans


Member of the National Honors Society and National Thespians

Elyria High School


English and Latin Teacher

Clearview High School


Amateur Genealogist


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www.morningjournal.com

> Mavis J. Darcy ELYRIA -- Mavis J. Darcy, 60, of Elyria, died Sunday, Sept. 2, 2007, at Lakewood Hospital. She was born May 19, 1947, in Elyria where she was a life-long resident.She graduated from Elyria High School in 1965, where she was a member of the National Honors Society and National Thespians.She graduated from Miami University in Oxford with a bachelor of science degree in education and a master of arts degree in teaching.She also received a masters in Latin from Millersville University in Millersville, Pa.Click Here!> > Ms. Darcy taught English and Latin for 32 years at Clearview High School, retiring in 2001.She created an academic course called "Detective Novel" which dealt with student exhibits of real life crimes.She was involved in the 1995 investigation of the Sam Shepard murder trial.The exhibits from that investigation were influential in obtaining a new trial.She was a member of the Commanders' Club of the Disabled American Veterans.Her name is listed on the Wall of Tolerance in Alabama.She traveled in 44 states and 20 European countries.She loved dogs and rabbits and was an amateur genealogist.She also enjoyed reading and stamp and coin collecting.


www.morningjournal.com

Story: Mavis J. DarcyMs. Darcy was a wonderful teacher, someone who is going to be missed by many.RIP Ms. Darcy--we all love you! I had Miss Darcy for classes in both junior high and high school at Clearview.I learned a great deal from her and she even came to my graduation and wedding.She will be missed by hundreds, maybe thousands of former students.Those who were lucky enough to have her as a teacher will surely miss her presence on this earth.


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