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May 29, 2015
Viva la vie con amore et donè tu coure joyoux!
June 25, 2012
I knew Sarah at Ethel Walkers. She was always smiling. I was in awe of her because she was so cool! Blessings to her family .
February 11, 2012
Madame's ability to motivate, challenge, nurture and inspire her students and athletes was a gift to the whole community. My deepest sympathy to her family. Merci, Madame.
February 09, 2012
No words can convey the sense of shock and loss I felt upon learning of the untimely death of Madame Wadsworth. The outpouring of grief among her students and those who were lucky enough to know her is a testament to the impact that she had on so many lives. For many of us, me included, she was more than a teacher - she WAS the French Department. And the Drama Department. And, ever so memorably, the driver who could get to Ashland faster than anyone else! Good teachers are special, great teachers are treasures, and Madame belonged to an even more rare category that can only be described as life-changing. I was in college when I decided to study abroad in Paris, but I would not have been inspired to go had I not first passed through Madame's classroom 6 years before. I live in Paris today for many reasons, but one of them is absolutely Madame. She cannot be replaced, she will never be forgotten, and my heart goes out to her friends and family in their time of mourning and remembrance. Merci pour tout, Madame.
February 08, 2012
In all honesty, Madame is to this date, through undergraduate and graduate school, still my toughest teacher I have encountered. She was stubborn, at times unmovable, and incredibly demanding. But because she was all these things, she instilled a drive for excellence that to this day has not waned. She was a tough second "mother" to me at school, as she was also loving, caring, and always present for the challenges that high school brings. I have so much to thank her for and hope I did an adequate job of doing so while she was still with us. My thoughts and prayers are with her husband, children, and the rest of her friends and family.
February 08, 2012
I loved the way you entered the room with style and confidence. I will never forget traveling in France with Madame.I remember being lost in Paris thinking I really needed Madame.
February 08, 2012
I consider myself lucky to have experienced Madame's joie de vivre and unique teaching style nearly 20 years ago. It was a pleasure to introduce her to my daughter and reconnect not too long ago at the 8th grade showcase at PHS. I will cherish my memories of Madame and the French language.
February 08, 2012
Thank you for my first trip to France, a language that I can still speak and bringing some couture to PHS! You will be missed, but not forgotten.
February 08, 2012
Madame Wadsworth, Our paths did not cross, but I share with you the love of tennis. I was the Hall of Fame Player for Petaluma in 1983, and like you, my foreign language teacher, Mr. David Richardson was my coach. The mark you left is not easy to write, it is an invisible mark that so many people will have with them for years and years to come. Alexander Leoni is in the class with your son, and I remember chatting with him often, either in Elementary School or after. He will continue with the strength you gave him, as well as your daughter. My sincere sympathy for those who are left after such a shock. Kathleen Ann Leoni (Peterson)
February 08, 2012
Madame, you terrified me half the time I was sitting in your class because you meant business. I shuttered at the idea of missing a devoirs assignment, forgetting my chaier, or not conjugating "être" correctly. But you were one of the best teachers I've ever had and you taught me more French in two years that I'd ever learn in five at a University. Merci pour toutes les choses. My thoughts and prayers with your family. -"Joël"

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