My wonderful cousin Mary. I only met you once but we did correspond over the years and your letters and cards were greatly appreciated. There will always be a corner of England reserved for you and your brother, mother and father - all so sadly missed. I think of you often and you will never be forgotten.
Kathy McCloud (Westcliff on Sea, Essex, England).
I met this very lovely woman at the age of ten, fourty-one years ago in her magical little library at John Muir Elementary School. She changed my life and inspired a life-long love of books, libraries and librarians. My life-partner, a retired librarian, and I just celebrated our 35th anniversary last week. Thank you, beautiful lady - you changed my life and have always been remembered lovingly.
Mary, I am really going to miss getting your happy, enthusiastic Christmas letters every year. I have loved keeping in touch with you, and hearing all about your family you loved so much. Our sympathies and prayers to all the family. To our old friend Liz, we are sorry for your loss and that we are unable to attend the services to give you a big hug. I will be in Texas on that day, but my thoughts will be with you all. May the blessing of memories comfort you. Love, Jackie and Eddie Fisher
So glad you passed in peace Mrs. Haenschke. You were a wonderful teacher to my son for two years, the best teacher for him he ever had. Your love for science had a tough student totally engaged. That was over 20 years ago, but I will never forget the compassion and caring you showed and your ability to share your love of learning with the children. Much love to your family.
A lovely lady. I had the pleasure of teaching with her her at Will Rogers Learning Community. She will be missed.