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October 18, 2018

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September 20, 2017
Mrs. Willard was a strict teacher with a big heart and loved her students dearly. She suffered such tragedy in her life losing her three children yet she still was able to mother children as a teacher. My daughter learned a lot from her and even though it was many years ago that I was a West School student and parent she still recognized me when I saw her a few years ago. God Bless her and I am sure her children were in heaven to welcome her and finally she will be reunited.
September 20, 2017

Mrs. Willard was one of kind and one of my favorite teachers of all time. She was an integral part of my formative years. May she rest in peace and be forever in our hearts. "Teachers keep changing, every now and then, but great ones are remembered, time and again."
September 20, 2017
Mrs. Willard was my second grade teacher in 1972. That year our class had 5 girls named Lisa, one Risa, and one Alyssa. We learned our multiplication tables and writing in cursive. I think 8 of us (including me) had chicken pox that year. We played kickball and floor hockey. All my memories are of a vibrant classroom (Room 9) and playground. It's hard to acknowledge now how young and how small we were then-- how much we needed a caring teacher to protect and encourage us -- indeed, to TEACH us.

Mrs. Willard left an indelible impression. She taught with enthusiasm, compassion, integrity, and joy. Like any elementary school student, I knew nothing about my teacher's family, her friends, her interests, her aspirations. I only knew that she cared about me and my classmates -- and she made clear how much she enjoyed being with us. I'm grateful for her skillful teaching and for her humanity.

I think of her often and I will continue to do so.

David Stolow
September 20, 2017
Roberta was my sister-in-law and an important member of our family. Auntie Roo will always be remembered