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July 15, 2018

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April 1, 2017
March 29, 2017
Ms. Johnson was one of my favorite teachers. She introduced me to logic problems, which I have loved ever since, and I'll never forget her descriptions of her travels. She told her stories so well I can close my eyes and feel like I'm back at Caillet. I feel lucky to have been in her class.
March 28, 2017
Margaret, a childhood friend I recall with fondness, lived just 2 doors away. Somehow we lost touch over the years. Reading these wonderful tributes I realize hers was a life well lived. Imbued with kindness and compassion she dedicated her life as an educator in service to others. I am not surprised by how many lives she touched. My sympathies to Roy, extended family and friends.
March 26, 2017
Margaret was a great friend of mine through 45 years. She had a great sense of humor and a deep desire to please everyone. Being one of her caregivers in the last three years, I got to know her better and understand her ways. Margaret lived her life through her friends and those she could remember in her past history. She loved teaching and telling me about old experiences at Caillet and Withers. When she was hurting and sad, she just kept the pain to herself because she did not know how to move on to her new life in the assisted living placement. God rest your soul and I will always remember the talks we had about life and family.