George, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your wife. I have never met her, but I am sure she was nice. You are such a nice man and I enjoy speaking to you whenever I visit The ECH. You are in my prayers. God Bless You!!!
Tom, I am very sorry for the loss of your mom. I know that both of your parents are special to you. I am sorry that I will not be able to attend the service Saturday with Toni and Jennifer. You have my deepest sympathy. Remember "we are of good courage, I say, and prefer rather to be absent from the body and to be at home with the Lord." 2 Cor. 5:8
May God bless you and your family.
I am very sorry for your loss. Faye was the librarian at John Marshall school when I began my teaching career. I loved the way she was with children and her way of making stories come alive. She was an inspiration to me and over the years her name came up time and time again when people who knew her talked about great educators.
Fay and I have been good friends since the l950's.
In l952, we began taking walks with our children, Linda and Kenny, in their strollers.
We shared many interests - reading, crossword puzzles, baking, Derby Day parties, UMW. Bible studies and our love for each other.
I think of Fay each time I pass their home on 6th Street.
I miss her.
Joyce P. Wilmoth
When I became the principal of Marshall School at 7th and Hill in 1971, Fay was the librarian. Even with a difficult group of inner-city poor kids, black and white, she was outstanding! I clearly remember one afternoon when she came eagerly into my office, proudly announcing that she had circulated more books that day than there were kids in the school! She was loved and respected by all -- kids and parents and faculty!
I'll never forget Fay.She was always so glad to see me when I would come into work my shift.She was such a helper! Fay looked after everyone and was quick to let me know if someone was in need of assistance. Fay was a kind and gentle lady who loved her family. She amazed me with her ability to know the answers to the puzzles on Wheel of Fortune. When I played trivia, Fay knew all the answers, but she would wait and let others give the answers before she would respond with the correct one. Fay was so thoughtful of other people's feelings, I will miss her.
Mrs . Edwards was one of my early Sunday School teachers at Beechmont UMC, and so loved by all. I remember her fondly. My deepest sympathies and prayers to all the family.
Fay was one of the finest women you could ever meet. She and my Mom were best friends for many years at Beechmont Methodist Church. We lived down the street from Fay and George for many years and were great friends with their kids Kenny, Bruce and Tommie. I remember the last time I saw Fay was as my Mom's funeral. It was a tough time but Fay and George helped immensely. Weeks after my Mom's funeral I got a very heart warming letter from them in the mail. You will be missed so much!
Fay was like a second mom to me when we lived on Cliff! I'm praying for your family. I know how much you'll miss her!
Fay was one of the nicest lady I ever met. I first worked with her in the library at Emerson Elem. school and she helped me get my job at Lincoln Elem. She always talked about her family and we shared some fun times. My deepest sympathy, Pat Lush
Ernie and I were so sorry to hear about Fay's death. We have so many fond memories of Fay and George, Jack and Jean, and my parents. Prayers for peace at this difficult time. Love, Linda Peel ( Wilmoth)
Fay was a wonderful teacher and friend to so many children (and their families). Her library at Field was always a warm and welcoming place. We still have some of her woodworking projects that she did with the kids during "Fields of Interest"
Our prayers and sympathy to your Family from ours.
The Dobelstein Family
Mary Lou, Chuck
Josh, Andy and Clint