Barbara Sproull, worker for civic causes, dies at 87
by Brian Anderson
banderson@annistonstar.com
07:42 PM, Wednesday, April 23
Whether they realized it or not, anyone who walked through the halls of the Donoho School, or had their lives touched by Anniston’s college preparatory academy, had Barbara Sproull to thank.

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