Landon MacMillan Piercy, Jr.

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Landon MacMillan Piercy, Jr. Obituary



Ginger, Alexandra and Kayla:

I learned only yesterday that Mack passed away. It saddened me more than you can imagine. I know what a wonderful, generous, husband, father and person Mack was. I hope that you are leaning on each other, friends and family to get through this very tough spot. And, I hope that with time, you will be able to celebrate all the wonderful times you had with Mack, such that the thought of him brings only smiles and joy.

My very sincerest condolences.

Heather Bardot


Posted by: Heather Bardot - Clifton, VA - Friend   Dec 28, 2012

I was so sorry to hear of Mack's passing. I was one of the team members for the Hearing and Vision team. It was always such a pleasure to go to Stonebridge HS. Mack always had coffee and doughnuts for us and made sure we were taken care of. He always spoke so proud of his family. I have been blessed to know him. God Bless you.


Posted by: Marsha Baugher - Leesburg, VA   Dec 27, 2012

I am saddened to hear that Mac has passed away and sadder still to hear that he had been ill. He was instrumental in helping me set up and continue the Sterling Junior Wrestling Club and my son was fortunate to wrestle for him while at Park View High. I am sure he will have great reward for his effort on earth.


Posted by: Jerry Smith - Chesapeake Beach, MD   Dec 26, 2012

I hope that the fond memories shared with Mack will eventually bring peace and comfort to all his family members and friends. From Vicki Cartos, OSHS classmate and the "other Safety Ambassador."


Posted by: Vicki Cartos - Chesapeake, VA   Dec 26, 2012

Prayers to your family on this Christmas...My son loved having you for a teacher. You were a great person and will be missed..


Posted by: Kyle Chang and Family - leesburg, VA   Dec 25, 2012

I feel there is very little I can say that everyone does not already know about Mack Piercy. I coached football with Mack for 19 years at Park View High School and he was truly an asset to the football and wrestling programs as well as the school as a whole. He was on the ground floor of establishing the excellent reputation that both of those programs enjoyed. Mack took his job very seriously and encouraged academic as well

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Posted by: Jim Chrisman - Sterling, VA - friend, fellow coach of 19 years   Dec 23, 2012

GINGER & FAMILY, YOU ARE TRULY BLESSED BY THE LOVE OF A PHENOMENAL, KIND, & GENTLE HUSBAND & FATHER; HIS CHARACTER REVEALS "A TRUE MAN OF GODLY STRENGTH & WISDOM"! PRAYING GOD WILL MANIFEST "HIS" SWEETEST PEACE & LOVE THAT SURPASSES ALL UNDERSTANDING TO EACH OF YOUR HEARTS! I JUST HEARD LATE THIS EVENING. WE ARE NEVER EVER READY TO DEPART WITH OUR LOVED ONES; HOWEVER, IT IS VERY DIFFICULT TO WATCH THEM SUFFER IN PAIN. MACK IS NOW IN

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Posted by: BETTY ANNE FENTRESS ASHE - CHESTERFIELD, VA   Dec 23, 2012

Celebrating a life well lived. I have know Mack since 1985 and will cherish the memories forever. He is a man of character. We are all better individuals for having known Mack. God bless you Ginger, Alexandra and Kayla.


Posted by: Dave Hembach - Lessburg, VA   Dec 23, 2012

Mr. Piercy was a smart, motivational, inspirational, and dedicated teacher. He left a lasting legacy that has inspired every student at Stone Bridge High School. From learning how to shoot a basketball to learning how to get out of dangerous situations while driving, we all learned so much from his class. He will be deeply missed. Your family is in my thoughs and prayers. Love, Cara Alcorn


Posted by: Cara Alcorn - Ashburn, VA   Dec 23, 2012

Bruce and I send our deepest condolences. Illness kept us from attending the funeral today. We were so happy to see Mack at the Hall of Fame inductions in September. As difficult as this time is for the family, know that he is with God and once again healthy. He will continue to watch over you, Ginger, and your girls and will always be there in your hearts as he is in the hearts of those who knew him. We pray for strength for you as you grieve the loss.


Posted by: Bobbie Johnson - Ashburn, VA - former colleague   Dec 23, 2012