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July 02, 2013
Thinking of you, Donna. I am grateful that I got to cross paths with you. Rest in Peace.
July 01, 2013
Donna was such a warm person who gave so much of herself. I knew her through Catherine Center and admired her dedication so very much. I will miss her.
June 29, 2013
Mrs Wright was probable one of my favorite teacher At Anderson Valley Elementary School. She was so kind to me as a student. It saddens me to hear of her passing, she was truly one of a kind. Condolences to her family.
June 27, 2013
My deepest condolences to Miss Wright's family.
I remember Miss Wright as a teacher. She was very patient with her students. She was an excellent teacher and is remembered fondly these many years later.
Rest In Peace, Miss Wright.
June 27, 2013
My daughter had Mrs. Wright at Burlingame Intermediate School and went on to become an Occupational Therapist who now works at UCSF. Mrs. Wright encouraged Alicia to write one of her heros, Will Clark who at the time was a player on the SF Giants. He is now a coach. She received a lengthly letter from his mother which thrilled Alicia., which gave her information that seldom people knew. Her best friend, Diana Villegas, also a student of Mrs. Wright went on to become a police officer in Redwood City. I am writing this because I am a retired teacher who also taught middle school and we seldom hear about the successes of our students unlike our colleagues at the elementary or high school. I'm sure Donna would have been proud of both girls.

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