Mrs. McCreary was our class advisor from 1968-1971. She also was my English teacher whom I loved and admired. I had no intention of being in the school play, "Three Needles in a Haystack" until she asked if I would consider it. As soon as I got home my mother said, Mrs. McCreary wants you in the school play. My mind was made up and I had a great time and really enjoyed it. She was a great influence on our lives for good and has a permanent place in our hearts. A quote from a church leader that fits Ma Curdy "First, fill your mind with truth; second, fill your life with service; and third, fill your heart with love." Thank you for what you have done for me.
The Macs were a pair of "other" parents who looked out for the kids of the Community, and were able to make a succinct point when required. As teachers, directors, community and church leaders, they were very responsible for exemplifying and teaching how to think. Mrs. Mac convinced me of the necessity for punctuation.
She will now join Mr.Mac in encouraging the angels to "break a leg" and, perhaps, all will join hands in a round of "Be kind to your web footed friends....
Mrs. Mac will be missed.
Marcie, Cindy and families relish the wonderful memories.
What I learned from Mrs Mac has served me well all of my life. Every time I poked Harold Lind in front of me, she nailed me. Every time I slacked off, she nailed me. As one of the teachers brats, I was fair game. We brats were one large family and Mrs Mac was one of our Mom's. I'd love to see some of the kids today try and mess around in her class. I feel her loss immensely. My deepest sympathies to Cindy, Marcie and their families.
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RIP........fond memories of days long past.
Mrs. McCreary was class advisor for the class of '63 at CCS. We all have fond memories of those four years in her homeroom and of her and Mr. McCreary's direction of our production of "Our Town". She was a very vibrant person and an inspiration to all. Marcie and Cindy, you were blessed to have her as your mother. May you remember all the good times you had through the many years of her life.