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Virginia Beach community pays tribute to beloved bus driver – Virginia Beach, Virginia

Virginia Beach, Virginia 2021-07-30 23:56:34 –

Sandbridge, Virginia (WAVY) — People in the Virginia Beach community pay homage to women who say they are unique women. Cheryl Crayle has been with Virginia Beach City Public School for over 30 years.

Her ex-students say she was devoted to her work — driving children to and from Keram High School, Princess Anne Middle School, and Red Mill Elementary School.

“She just loved them. She was like our village,” said Johnny Melen, whose children were assigned to Crail’s bus.

Crayle took care of the students and checked in every day until they handed out holiday treats and shared recipes.

Crayle died this week. In memory of the women who influenced current and former students, the community created some kind of monument.

Her bus number 14 stops along Sandfiddler Road in Sandbridge, right next to the beach. Her favorite place in Hampton Roads.

Former students of Crail’s past and present stopped by to pay tribute to the woman they say.

“She was a very affectionate person, she was really interesting,” a former student told 10 On Your Side.

In addition to the hundreds of children Crail took care of and drove for a year, she had three children. Crail also leaves his grandchildren.

“This is what she loved,” said Crail’s daughter, Jessica, hugging her little son and staring at the photos and souvenirs lined up on her mother’s school bus. “She was a wonderful woman. I am honored to call her our mother. I really do. While we were doing this, I saw the kids here this morning, It really impressed me, and I hope she really knows how much she is loved. “

Bus 14 will be parked along Sandfiddler Road in Sandbridge until Sunday.

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