Today we’d like to introduce you to another member of the CU Alumni Association Alumni Council. Jason Ballard ’01 was a double major at Concord, studying Political Science and Sports Management. Jason currently resides in Pearisburg, VA and is a lawyer practicing in WV and VA. Jason’s favorite Concord memory is "the pre-game bonfire." Thanks for all you do for CU Jason! … Read MoreSee Less
Awww man, this is such a bummer. Libby loved every student at Concord. Her way of showing her love was to mother/boss/fuss at/discipline/heckle you. I can still hear her yelling “you boys stop acting like a bunch of idiots and sit down and eat your dinner” in her German accent. She will be sorely missed.
Libby was such a sweetheart!
What an incredible woman who always made me laugh and smile!
I was grateful to be one of her “sugar boogers” and “sweethearts” more than 25 years ago.
She was always mama to the guys, keeping them in line. Heaven forbid if one of them was rude to a girl she’d tell them to act like “growned men and not like little boys”.
She is remembered fondly and will be missed by many.
Sweet lady. She made being away from home a bit easier. RIP.
I remember her calling people hussies all the time… 🤣🤣🤣
She made my day every day I went in the cafeteria!!!She was a very special lady that touched many lives!!!
She was our neighbor the only baby sitter we ever had .. mom never ever left us with anyone else. Libby was the best . Her heart was as beautiful as she was!!!! I went bk to
Visit her with my own children she was an angel … she was so funny and had no problem telling an individual what she thought. One never left her house with out laughing. Loved Libby!
I remember the whistle she kept with her to blow when the football players were getting a little too loud for her liking! What a treasure she was. ❤
Oh the stories I’ve told about Miss Libby.
I am heartbroken to see this news.
I gotta say, i was always so thankful she didn’t call me a “hussy” in the lunch line 😂 She was always making me laugh!
I am so sad to read that Miss Libby passed away. Miss Libby was the only person to ever call me a “sugar booger!” She always made me smile when I would go into the cafeteria. She was truly a second mom to so many students through the years. I was always amazed when she would call me out for missing a meal or two.
One of the first people at Concord I met back, such a strong woman, RIP Libby.