Charlotte and I were classmates at Southmayd Elementary School (1948- 1954). She sat in the desk immediately in front of me and I got caught pulling her pigtails. Even though we attended different junior and senior high schools, we remined friends. I took her to her senior prom in 1960.
We were born only four days apart, in the same hospital and called each other on their respective birthdays. I called her on her 50th birthday but lost contact with her after that time.
My condolences go to her family for the loss of a dear person who makes me smile when I think of her.
Guy Mason, Kerrville, Tx.
Ms Ace was my favorite teacher. She put up with a lot from me in Journalism. I was her ace photographer when I came to class! May God bless you during this time.
Debbie & Denise, we were so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. You and your family's are in our thoughts and prayers.
It is with much sadness to hear of your loss. Our prayers to Debbie, Wendel and all family members for comfort during your time of sorrow.
My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. Your mom was a wonderful teacher and the best Mock Trial coach. I shared many wonderful practices, classes, trips to State and paper-grading sessions with her and remember our times together fondly.
My heart goes out to you all, Debbie, Denise and family. Your Mom was a wonderful lady. Looking at all of the photos made me smile; she was so much fun and lived life to the fullest. I will certainly remember her as being my Sophmore English teacher and much more. I still remember playing on a rare snow day in the yard on Bluebird Lane many years ago. God bless.
Our hearts and our prayers go out to you, Debbie, Denise and other family members. Her memories in your lives will help you in the days ahead. She invested in the lives of each person and each student she came into contact with. I remember the first time I met her I was a little intimidated by her (lol) because she had a way of intensely looking at you that told you she was interested in what you were really thinking....and then she would smile that beautiful smile and I would relax. This loss will be so hard....but all the good times with her will help ease the loss..... Hugs, Andrea Lynch Jenkins (HHS class of 1985)
Charlotte, we briefly walked the halls of Spring Branch High School at the same time. You were a beautiful Sophmore as I remember you! RIP...SBHS Class Of '60!
I am a protege of Mrs. Acebo's. She was my first journalism teacher and encouraged me to remain in the field. Her class was a blast, and I enjoyed how she made learning fun. I lost touch with her when she left Huntsville but went on to become the first black editor of the newspaper, The Hive, before graduating. It was the first of many firsts in my career as a writer, editor, and publisher. I have tried to perpetuate Mrs. Acebo's legacy as I mentor other youth. She has been the unheralded wind beneath my wings, and I will always carry a part of Mrs. Acebo within me. Sweet dreams, Mrs. Acebo!!!
I was a protege of Mrs. Acebo's. She was my first journalism teacher and encouraged me to remain in the field. Her class was a blast, and I enjoyed how she made learning fun. I lost touch with her after she left Huntsville but went on to become the first black editor of the newspaper, The Hive, before graduating. It was the first of so many firsts in my career, thanks to Mrs. Acebo. Ultimately, writing, editing, and publishing became my livelihood. Her mentoring was the wind beneath my wings, and I try to perpetuate her legacy. I shall always carry a part of her in me. Sweet dreams, Mrs. Acebo!!!