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May 18, 2013
So very saddened to know of the passing of such a dear friend to so many people. So heartened to know of the memories she leaves for all of us who knew and loved her.
May 18, 2013
Lydia was the consummate “people person”. She brightened every room that she entered, and she tried her best to make every person in the room feel significant. Whether you were a friend, coworker, business associate or a customer, Lydia made you feel like the person IN the job was more important than the job itself. She somehow remembered the names of spouses, children, and significant life events. She knew where your children were going to college, when they were getting married, and who was expecting a new baby.

She loved to laugh (often at herself) and had a wonderful sense of humor. Her familiar bright smile, grace and charm were contagious. Lydia was an encourager and a motivator of everyone around her. She offered little sympathy for negative thinking and complaining.

She was a wife, mother, grandmother, school teacher, realtor, school board member, marketing manager, and lastly, a public official. It seemed that she was always trying to help the people around her succeed while having the wisdom and confidence to know that success would ultimately come to her as well.

Lydia Gardner may be remembered by most as having served as a four-term Clerk of Courts in Orange County, but those of us who knew her personally will best remember her as an amazing human being. The world is a better place today because of the lives she touched and the legacy she leaves behind.
May 17, 2013
My deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and loved ones of Lydia Gardner. She was a true gem and I will miss her dearly. Especially that smile. Keep smiling Lydia!
May 17, 2013
Her beautiful and contagious smile will live in our hearts forever. I had the honor of working under her leadership and I can say that I am a better person because of her legacy. Thanks for having shared her with us!
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