Photo courtesy of Rosenberg Funeral Chapel - Wilkes Barre


Dec 11, 1950 - Feb 4, 2014

Guest Book

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Mrs. Kaplan

I wish I could have had a chance to tell you what a fantastic teacher you were, and how much impact you had on me as a student. I was lucky enough to have you as a teacher twice in second grade and in fourth grade. I remember you fondly, and you were among the greatest teachers I ever had. I will always have fond memories of you. RIP

I am saddened beyond belief
I will miss your humor and wise advise, your love of mankind, your flamboyant wit.
I can go on and on with tears in my eyes...i bid you farewell my friend.
Fond memories will always live in me.
My inspirational, supportive,dear friend

Ms. Kaplan,

I regret never having told you in the long years since elementary school that what you did was valuable, that what you did as a teacher I will remember all my life, and that what you did provided me with inspiration, as a teacher myself. As you used to say, at the end of one of your classes, after supplying us (4th graders) with copious notes and copious enthusiasm about the world, "period, ding"--but your influence will never end. With fondest and...

Ms. Kaplan,
You were certainly one of the most unique teachers we have ever had. Very unforgettable to say the least.
From all of the students in the Fairview Class of 2006 that had the pleasure of having you as a teacher. Rest in peace.

Not everyone could do what Aneda's flamboyant style allowed her to do. As witnessed by the testimonials of your former students, every child loved having their birthdays recognized by those rosy red lips on their cheeks. Aneda endeared herself to her students through her dress, voice, and demeanor. Class is over,Aneda, rest in peace.

Aneda was simply the best teacher I've ever had. I, along with so many others, was blessed to have had her in my life. She was an amazing woman. RIP Aneda Kaplan.

Ms. Kaplan,
I was one of the lucky ones to have had you for a teacher so many years ago. You made learning so much fun! I wish I had had the opportunity to tell you how you influenced me to become a teacher. Much love to you! Rest in peace.

Mary Lenahan

My long time ago friend may you rest in peace. For all of us who had the wonder of meeting Aneda and becoming her friend, what a loss. Aneda was a soul that no other could ever be, her spirit and love excited us all and her humor brought great joy. Recently we meet after many years at a resturant and in a few words the past was now the present, she had that power to excape time and always be in the present. Thanks for all the fun times we shared as you would come shopping at the Super Saver...

I hope you a better place, you will be missed!


ANEDA's Obituary

Aneda Kaplan, 63, of Kingston, died Tuesday afternoon, February 4, 2014, in the Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center, Plains TownshipBorn in Kingston, she was the daughter of the late Isidor and Tillie Kessler Kaplan and was an Elementary School teacher for the Crestwood School District. She...

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