Dear Janey and Peggy, your Mom was like a second Mom to me for so many high school years. I will miss her dearly and have had many kind thoughts of her through the years. WIth love my dears,
Jill O'Donnell Charvet
Every visit I ever had with her was memorable. Her bigger than life personality was....so loving, so fun, so entertaining and so Southern! Peggy & Jane, you were blessed to have her as your mother and I know you knew that and that you adored her. But then, everyone who met her adored her! I send heartfelt love to all her family and pray that your million wonderful moments with her will carry you through this time of loss. Hugs around your necks........Tobee
Jane and Peggy--My mother Elizabeth Netterville Coit always thought of Felice as one of her best friends. Felice called her Doots like a lot of Newellton people. Before I left for LSU in 1966, my mother and I drove to Dallas and stayed at Fellice's house. She helped us shop for college clothes for me! What an adventure for a Newellton girl and I wore those clothes with confidence all through college and even after I was married. What great memories you must have!
Mary Lynn Coit McMains
Jane and Peggy--Felice's visit was always the highlight of the long hot Newellton summer. What a wonderful woman. With sympathy and love...
With the gift for gab, she never met a stranger .... Always treating everyone equally. She was the best grandmother ever!!
JANEY, PEGGY AND FAMILIES,
WE WILL ALL MISS YOUR MOTHER AND HER WONDERFUL SENSE OF HUMOR. SHE WAS SO MUCH FUN. WE HOPE THAT GREAT
MEMORIES WILL BRING YOU COMFORT.
NANCY & JOHN HENSON
The most amazing gift of being a teacher is you enter the ONLY profession which approaches INFINITY. Learing from our teacher's we sort of know "where the knowledge began", BUT We WILL NEVER KNOW where it ends.
Jim B. Lawrence
We miss Felice at Five Star Premier Residence. I met Felice when I came to visit the property before I moved in.
What is the world going to be like without Felice?
My thoughts and prayers are with all of Mrs. Horwits's family. We moved from NY to Dallas in 1969 and I was starting 5th grade. Mrs. Horwits was my beloved teacher. She always said that we made quite a pair- me with my NY accent and her strong "Louisiana" accent. She made me feel at home and was a wonderful teacher both inside and outside the.classroom. She will be truly missed.
Felice was my father's first girlfriend. She sat in front of him during grade school days, and she told me he used to punch the back of her sweater with his pencil! They came back to the same school after graduation from college and taught in classrooms beside each other. Luckily, my husband and I were able to enjoy knowing her, too.
Our sincere sympathy to her family. You have lost a treasure.
Larry and Polly Poe O'Neill
Even though I have not seen her in many years I remember what a wonderful person she was. I especially remember her making me her homemade mayonnaise for my birthday because it was the only mayonnaise I liked.
My sincere condolences to Jane and Peggy and the rest of the family. Felice was a lovely lady and I know she will be missed.
Rita Katz Weiss (San Diego, CA)
Felice was one of my favorites:) she always made me laugh and was such a character! I'm so lucky to have known her for so long, we shared the same birthday month & I must say we shared the love of family and good times! Felice I will never forget you! God Bless You Forever
Your description of your Mom in the paper could not be more perfect. You couldn't help but to fall in love with her. I will always remember Felice in her most "Felice" moments. Please extend my sympathies to all.
New Orleans, LA
Mrs. Horwits was my all time favorite teacher. My thoughts and prayers are with ya'll in this sad time, she will be greatly missed.
Jane and Peggy, Our condolences. Felice was truly sui generis. She will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her. C.B. and E.J. Forgotston
My condolences & prayers go out to the Horwitz family. We have lost an icon
who instilled so much in so many.