Jane Roberts has posted a story here. MCS president Martavius Jones provided this comment:
Cash has kept his personal life very private, but when he left his job as superintendent of the Martha's Vineyard Schools system, the Vineyard Gazette included this:"The entire MCS family and Memphis community is saddened by the passing of Mrs. Lisa Cash, the wife of Superintendent Kriner Cash of 34 years. During this time of loss, we appreciate the prayers and condolences expressed by the community and ask for your continued understanding of the request for privacy for the Cash family. Dr. Cash will take an indefinite leave of absence. During this time, the day-to-day operations of MCS will be conducted by Dr. Irving Hamer, Deputy Superintendent of Academic, Operations, Technology and Innovation."
On what appears to be his actual but inactive Twitter account, Cash identifies himself like this:He credited his wife, Lisa, for supporting him in the decision to change jobs. "I hesitated because of my devotion to the Island and she said, 'Don't hesitate.' She has been my support and encouragement all through our years," he said.
"I cherish my wife of 32 years, my three sons, the 105,000 children I serve in Memphis, and the professional relationships I have established."