In Memoriam: Beverly Ross, 1950-2015

RossBeverly Ross, dean of students at Trenholm State Technical College in Montgomery, Alabama, died on August 20 from complications of a stroke she had suffered three days earlier. She was 65 years old.

Ross has been on the staff at Trenholm State for 37 years. She also served as an elected member of the school board for the Montgomery Public School System. Ross had served in this role since 2004.

Ross held a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in counseling, both from Alabama State University in Montgomery.

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