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August 21, 2018

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December 13, 2017
I am sorry for your loss, but Miss Pappalardo did inspire her 7th grade students at OLPH (1968). She had a sense of humor that made all the little boys fall in love with her, and when her eyes flashed a certain way you knew it was time to sit down, straighten up, be quiet and do the homework. When she wasn't there, well feel sorry for the substitute teacher, then envision the sight of all those pencils stuck in the acoustic ceiling. Who wouldn't remember her light hearted ability to gain our attention by testing the coefficient of friction between her long nails and the chalkboard. Who wouldn't remember her support of Sister Paul Ann and Sister Carol, as she herded us reprobates to and from the church, in hopes of saving some of us.

By the time we were in college and returning to the OLPH Palladium to play volleyball and floor hockey, Miss Pappalardo allowed us to call her Fran, as if we were actual adults, then would fire off a wicked spike. A right of passage.

Fran Pappalardo was and is memorable. She is missed, but in the hearts of the OLPH Class of 1969.
December 7, 2017
My deepest sympathy on your loss. I am so sorry that I could not attend the services.
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
December 4, 2017
I am sorry for your loss. Please take comfort in Psalms 29:11, knowing that in difficult times like this, God gives peace and strength. DM
December 4, 2017
Miss P taught science to me in sixth grade. I have a clear and wonderful memory of her coming up behind me as I was raving about my new 'elephant bell bottoms' when I should have been working. She said, "I like them too!" and moved on. She endeared herself to me from that moment on! She certainly will live in my memory and my heart. Please accept my condolences.