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Favorite Math Teacher Passes -

JoAnn Strickland, Fairfax County educator

JoAnn Strickland, 75, a longtime Fairfax County math teacher who retired in 1990 as a personnel specialist for the county school system, died Aug. 22 at her home in Raleigh, N.C. The cause was myelodysplastic syndrome and complications from Parkinson’s disease, said a friend, Marie Baglio.

Dr. Strickland was borh in Bunnlevel, N.C. She began with Fairfax County schools in 1962, spending much of her career at Annandale High School and becoming math department chairman there. For 25 years, she also did part-time real estate work for Red Carpet-Al Smith Real Estate in Alexandria. She moved to Raleigh from Fairfax County about six years ago. Her memberships included Ravensworth Baptist Church in Annandale and Delta Kappa Gamma International, an organization for female educators.