Dear Ackley Family,
I just got my BL Reflections magazine in the mail today and was shocked and saddened to read about the passing of Mrs. Ackley. She was my English teacher in the 80's and you guys lived across the street from me on Wallbrook. I used to think it was so cool to have my teacher living across the street from me. She was so kind, always smiling and boy, did I learn so much from her and enjoyed being in her class. I am sure words can not replace your loss. I am sure she is smiling down on all of you and one day you shall be reunited. Thank you for sharing this wonderful lady w/so many of us in the BL community. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family.
John and Family,Please know that our Prayers and Thoughts are with you all, We are so sorry for your loss, God Bless and give you all strength in this time of sadness.
Dear Ackley Family,
I was so sad to hear of Pam's passing. She was such a gracious, friendly, kind and thoughtful woman, who warmly welcomed our family into the BL family. I respected and admired her, and I will remember her as always having a smile on her face. When she and Jim stopped at Niagara University to say hello to Peter all those years ago, it meant as much to me as it did to him. Just another example of Pam's thoughtfulness. You are all in my prayers, and I hope you find comfort and joy in your shared stories and family memories. God bless you all.
Pam was my 6th grade teacher at Good Shepherd and then my English teacher at Bishop Lynch. I counted her as a friend and remember her as an amazing teacher that navigated the fine line of authority and friendliness while maintaining grace all along the way.
God Bless and Rest in Peace.
Sam and I are heartbroken to hear of Pam's passing. She was such a wonderful and loving person and she will surely be missed! We are thinking of you and your family and keeping you in our prayers.
April & Sam Spicer