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July 19, 2018

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June 28, 2016
Sylvia was my Freshman English teacher at Concord Academy and I have wonderful memories of her. She taught with enthusiasm and passion, and made a lasting impression on all of her students.
My heartfelt condolences to her family and friends who so graciously shared her with her students for so many decades.
June 27, 2016
Sylvia attended the interview when I began tutoring at Concord Academy--which in true CA fashion was conducted during lunch in the Dining Room. When I substituted for Parkman Howe in the Bible class she originated at Concord Academy, Sylvia was my mentor and never failed to check in on me before I taught. Generous, in addition to being delightful company, Sylvia gave my daughter her violin and her bicycle to a Thai nanny working in my neighborhood, and even a Swedish phrase book before I traveled with my son. I treasure her stories of teaching and travel, and her insights on books, tennis, and life.
June 25, 2016
Sylvia Mendenhall was one of the original members of the French Conversation Circle at the Adams Library of Chelmsford and its most faithful participant since the Circle's inception during the 1990s. She was well liked and admired for her warmth, humor, linguistic expertise, and stories of her personal experiences with France and French culture. We will dearly miss her gentle soul and welcoming smile that brought an uplift of spirit to each meeting. Au revoir, chère amie !