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    Rolling Ridge Elementary School teacher dies after seizure

    Maria Ryan, a Rolling Ridge Elementary School special education teaching assistant, died at the hospital Tuesday after having a seizure in the school’s parking lot.

    Ryan had the seizure as she pulled into the parking lot, according to Loudoun County Public Schools spokesman Wayde Byard.

    She managed to avoid hitting any cars as she did and parked, passing out at the wheel.

    Rolling Ridge Principal Andrew Davis said she brightened the lives of every student she served.

    “She was loved by all because of her kind, gentle manner,” Davis said. “She had an incredible ability to bring the very best out of the students.”

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    On Friday, 12/21/12, the Lights at Lowes Island will be holding a Rolling Ridge night.  For that evening, all money collected by the Christmas Light display will be donated to the Ryan family.

    For more information: www.LightsAtLowesIsland.com

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