12.28.2010

Breaking: Northwest ISD Member Found Dead

Possible suicide.

Maybe found at Blocker's Camp, north end of Lake Bridgeport, in Wise County.

Developing . . .

Barry (from iPhone)

29 comments:

Anonymous said...

We're Drugs or Alcohol involved?

Anonymous said...

I wonder if they got anything for Christmas?

Anonymous said...

This affects us in Wise County how????

Anonymous said...

It affects Wise County because a lot of Wise County kids go to North West schools.....

Anonymous said...

@ 2:58, for one it is "were" not "we're". Two, drugs and alcohol should not be capitalized. Three, and most importantly, stop asking that question. Just stop.

Anonymous said...

Bishop to the rescue!!!

Anonymous said...

Ok, 3:18, I'm sure the kids give a damn! I don't.

Anonymous said...

Man, the Christmas spirit certainly wore off quickly this year, didn't it!?!? sheesh

Anonymous said...

Did that person live in a McMansion? Have we started praying for the family yet?

Anonymous said...

4:20..I like saying that..just left Salt Grass and seen F*** Stick w/ his 8000 lights on his Car...what a dousche

Jarhead said...

McMansions rock! If you have the means, I suggest picking one up.

Anonymous said...

This person has a family and they are grieving during the time people should be rejoicing. Let our prayers and thoughts be aimed to his family and the others that have been lost.

Anonymous said...

Awful that there is such sadness during this holiday season. I hope this person is not someone you all know. Many NISD teachers/staff do come from this area. Barry, please keep us updated. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

His death is a great loss for Northwest ISD. He was an excellent board member and quality human being. He cared greatly about the district and children. Not every district is served by individuals with high ethical standards for their personal behavior. It is time to pray for his family. Yes, he was a great family man!

Anonymous said...

Who was he?

What Xmas spririt?

It's a dog eat dog world-suck it up people.

Anonymous said...

You will be missed!

LL Fan said...

Where is a link to confirm this? Can't find anything on the net except for here.

Anonymous said...

Lots of talk/texts/emails flying around about it....I heard he ran a hose from his exhaust pipe into the window of his truck.

Anonymous said...

Nothing in the update about this either. Link please to more info on this?

Anonymous said...

Was he from Chico?

Anonymous said...

Sad to lose a good board member when there are so many crappy ones out there!

Anonymous said...

One listing for funeral for a Newark guy found in the update. I'm guessing that must be him. 46 Sad!

Anonymous said...

guess they're keeping it quiet for the kids, so they are not so shocked before word gets out. kids today are spoiled brats. no wonder, between parents who treat them like kings and queens and board members like this one, they don't know how to control themselves.

Native Texan

Anonymous said...

I knew him. He was a dedicated Board Member for NISD, who had the best intrest of our students at heart. He was a good family man that will be missed.

Anonymous said...

1:00 That person died Sunday and is said in Decatur. Also was an AA Mechanic.

The NISD site does not show him as a board member/trustee.

Anonymous said...

Why are we all good men or woman when we die? what if he was a ass like that cop would he be a good man when he dies?

Anonymous said...

Well only the higher power decides who is good or bad. But, we all have opinions of which it is. I say call it as we see it. I'm not afraid to say what I think. However, I try to stand by if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything.

Anonymous said...

You can only hope that when you have taken your last breath and your days are done, that someone, anyone would have somethhing nice to say about you, your life, or your contributions to others. However after reading all of this, I'm sure that some of you won't have to worry about that....

Anonymous said...

Over my life time I have always treated other people with respect and I dare say many of them would have nice things to say about me. However, I don't really care what they say about me now, or when I die. I won't be worrying about anything then either.