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November 9, 2017
May God comfort your hearts each day during this difficult time 2Thessalonians2:17
November 8, 2017
To: The Family of Mrs. Anna G. Venable,

I am truly sorry for your loss and pray that the Lord will give you peace, comfort, and strength during your hour of bereavement. Mrs. Venable was my former English teacher at Kettering High School in Detroit who cared so much about her students and talked about the importance of family every opportunity she had. She loved her family, but more importantly, she loved God and always talked about the many hardships she overcame during tough times and how good God was to her.

I was always prepared for class and ready to learn. She was very serious about teaching and always wanted the best for every student in her class. Mrs. Venable did not bite her tongue about wasting a day in her classroom. If you wanted to talk while she was talking, she would say, "two people cannot talk at the same time in my classroom and since I am the teacher, and this is my classroom, I will not wait until you shut your mouth." If she heard more chatter, "she would say, "someone is still talking while I am talking, and this means you are not listening." There was no third (3rd) time warning, you had to get out of her classroom and go to the principal's office if you remained disruptive.

God Bless You Mrs. Venable and I thank you for your love, service as an educator, and all of the encouragement you have given to touch the lives of me and others. I am a better person because of You.

RIP Mrs. Venable