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Mary Thomas 1913 - 2013

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February 12, 2014
I just saw this but new I had to write something about my dear sweet teacher Mrs. Thomas... So sorry to hear of her passing.. She was a dear person.. Tina Tucker Frye Inglenook School 1962
February 12, 2014
Great 8th grade spelling and language teacher. would have been around 1967. They don't make teachers like her anymore. I remember her making spelling bees so much fun. She will be missed. Heaven has a special floor for teachers like her. Charles Kassaw
November 18, 2013
I had Mrs. Thomas in the fifth grade and I believe she was my English teacher in another grade. She was a lovely woman who took great pride in teaching. I was so happy to have known her. Those are some of my best memories of grade school.
November 14, 2013
When I became Mrs. Thomas next door neighbor, she immediately showed kindness
to me. We helped each other with projects and shared food and conversations almost everyday.She loved me and my family & I loved her dearly, for she was truly like a mother to me. I
missed her when she moved away, but the
lessons that I learned from "that sweet,
retired school teacher" will continue to be passed on to others. I thank God that she also touched my life.

Mary Thompson
Retired Teacher
November 14, 2013
She taught me language and library at Inglenook elementary back in the late 60's, she one of the reasons I enjoy the written word. A fine southern lady
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