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August 19, 2013
I came across this obituary by accident. Mrs Bralver was my very favorite teacher in 10th grade in 1974 and I have never forgotten her. I saved all the papers I wrote in her class! She was an amazing woman and clearly loved to teach. She taught me to think for myself.
April 11, 2013
No words can begin to articulate what an iconic and gifted woman Ms. Bralver was. The epitome of human kindness and compassion, this teacher reached out to years of students with the love and gentleness that every parent, teacher and mentor should aspire to. Her frank, rational, and heartfelt teaching reached teens that were often confused, jaded, scared, or some combination of the three in a way that made a huge difference.

There are no words. Eleanor Bralver was a gift to the youth she taught and mentored. I have never met a teacher her equal, before or since.

Kate, Class of 1989
March 18, 2013
Mrs. Bralver was an Awesomely Amazing Inspirational Teacher, and Mentor. Her ability to teach everyone was “OUTSTANDING” and I will never forget her wisdom. May you rest in Peace Mrs. Bralver; I know you will be watching over us all. You will be truly missed.

Sandi “DeGase” Torres
Class of “78”.
March 17, 2013
I wish I could tell you in person one more time, THANK YOU! Thank you for reading into me when I most needed help. Thank you for being there when I felt so alone. Thank you for the scholarship that helped me through my undergrad and nursing school. Thank you for teaching for all those years and having an influence in so many of us through each generation!!
March 16, 2013
Mrs. Bralver...such an icon, what a wonderful woman. I am so sad I missed her memorial as I just read it was today. Reading all the beautiful things written about her, so evident she's smiling down from heaven at all of us. i don't see these memorials written in her honor stopping any time real soon. She impacted so many of us by her wisdom, her caring and especially her love. This bible verse reminded me of her - A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed. (Proverbs 11:25 NIV)
Mrs. Braver was all about that...refreshing others. God blessed us all with her life, we were lucky. She'll never be forgotten. NoKaOi -Class of 77
March 16, 2013
Wonderful memorial service, Thanks for all hard work!
March 15, 2013
Eleanor You will be missed.
Happy to be part of your memorial service. God Bless. RIP until we meet again.
Jonathan Hayes
March 14, 2013
I Will always remember her song"Good morning to you good morning to you we're all in our places with great happy faces we're glad to see you we're glad to see you"How many of you remember this??
March 14, 2013
Mrs.BRALVER was one of the best teachers I had in my school years.I had her for 2nd per.in my senior year class of 86.I remember when the challenger tragedy happened we were all glued to her TV and we were all crying. RIP.
March 13, 2013
I can't begin to express what an honor it was to be a student of Ms.Eleanor Bralver (Class of 1997). She definitely immortalized the definition of what all teachers should be... REAL, tough ,honest , loving, and passionate. Ms. Bralver was even more than that, a firecracker in tiny packaging . In her class we learned about life, sex, and all the crap that parents don't know how to say or refuse to talk about. She made learning fun. When the AIDS QUILT visited SHS, she convinced me to open up and honor the memory of my cousin. After I read my speech , she was there to give me a high five and a hug even, after she had been out sick for weeks.It was a healing moment for me and my family. She still continues to be a great influence in helping me to become the educator, second mother and friend to my students. "You will always be the great storyteller of life." RIP MS.BRALVER

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