I heard of Andriene's passing and was shocked and saddened. I took out my LHS yearbooks and paged through them carefully looking for her sweet face. I noticed that she was extremely active. Seems she belonged to almost every club on campus. I am so glad I got to know her when she was Student Body Treasurer. Sandra Conley and I worked as her assistants with Mr. Brister as our advisor. Adrienne had an interesting sense of humor and quiet laugh. Who could keep a straight face with Mr. Brister in the room? Adrienne was brilliant! That explains how she could keep up with all her school activities and maintain excellent scholastic achievements to keep her in C.F.S. What an awesome gal! So glad I had that year to get to know her.
Kathleen, my heart breaks at your loss! Know that you are in my prayers. Something about growing up in a small town keeps those we knew then, closer than most all others we meet. I treasure the times you and I spent on our junior high newspaper. You are a talented lady, too. Your art work added so much to its success. I think I can still hear your little giggle. No matter time or distance, those fond memories of friends and family are still with us.
With sympathy and love,
I had the pleasure of working with Adrienne at Canandaigua Winery,she was truly a wonderful person! YOU ROCK ADRIENNE..Your in Gods arms now.
Adrienne was a great neighbor growing up in Livingston. She always had a smile. I remember some of the good times we had living next door. Kathy, my prayers and thoughts are with you during this time.