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April 25, 2008
Ms. Haley was by far the most memorable teacher I had. Her Honors English class was such a blessing to me. She certainly has left a legacy in her students. Class of 1974.
April 24, 2008
Ms Haley I remember seeing you always smiling at school and I at the time thought that teacher is a happy lady. I thought her class must be a riot, full of energy! Amazing at the dedication of your professionalism. I am proud to be part of the school you taught at thank you for making lakeland nulli secondus!!!! GOD BLESS THIS FAMILY. class of 1981
April 23, 2008
April 23, 2008
Mrs. Haley you will be missed by all, Your smile and your loving words Family stay strong I know you love her but God loves her best. Mrs. M. Foster class of 1992
April 22, 2008
When you have a teacher who prepares you to succeed in college and the future, you have had one of the very best. She was one of the very best teachers for so many students. Class of 1957.
April 22, 2008
It was wonderful to be inspired by Hazel Haley, she was a jewel to experience.
Class of 1975- Marion
Class of 1978-Brenda
April 22, 2008
My dear, sweet Ms. Haley. I've followed news of you through the years since I was fortunate to be one of your Class of 1957 "children" and cherished the times I was able to see you when I returned home for LHS class reunions. My parents were fond of you, and I felt like I was special to you (but that was the way you treated us all!) I read the wonderful writeup on you in the Lakeland Magazine online and copied and saved it all. My family and I also watched, with pride, the stories about you on TV. Now I just learned that you have gone home to be with our Lord in Heaven and I know you will be joyfully met by many loved ones there. Ms. Haley, upon reading notes from other "children", in the Lakeland Magazine, I realized what led me on the path to my career. Your honors English class increased and polished off my knowledge of grammer and writing ability, which was also enhanced by our studies of literature. Ms Virginia Davis, then taught me the basics of journalism in her class and also on The Bagpipe, our high school newspaper. Following graduation, I went on to work at the Lakeland Ledger as 1 of 3 Proofreaders for a couple of years, then on into advertising before moving away. After almost 20 years, I retired from The Sebring News-Sun (a New York Times Florida chain newspaper), where I also performed numerous functions and positions. I especially loved writing a weekly society column and as the assistant society editor, covering stories and writing many articles and photography. I still plan to write a book(s) one day! I wanted to tell you this the next time I saw you - so now you know and I THANK YOU SO MUCH! I will miss you and always hold you in my heart. Ann (Brooks/Davis) Carter
April 21, 2008
She taught me to write in 1964. I still remember the A she gave me for "My favorite things". And she picked me to be in the senior class play,, an unforgettable experience.
April 21, 2008
Dear Family:
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your beloved, inspiring family member. To be a teacher for so long, took alot of heart. I just wanted to share a comforting thought with you from the Bible. At Revelation 21:4,"He will wipe out every tear from their eyes and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away." Isn't that encouraging? Jehovah God has promised that he will take away all death, tears, pain, suffering. This will all only by means of God's Kingdom in which we pray for in the Lord's prayer as found at Matthew 6:9,10. With death being done away with Jehovah God will make the provision of a resurrection, therefore giving you the prospect of seeing your loved once again in a Paradise earth. Once more I am so sorry for your loss.

Sincerely,
April 21, 2008
Rare is the person who touches so many lives and makes them better. We will miss you so much but will always have and cherish what we learned from you about the joy of life. Thank you for making me one of your "children".

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