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September 20, 2018

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January 31, 2018
a very interesting person ,from bill's description'
January 27, 2018
My sister (Pamela Mazan), my best friend (Kathy Maher) and I were all lucky to have Mrs. Haseltine as an English teacher - she taught us all to write with organization, accuracy and precision and above all, to provide evidence for what we wrote. If you couldn't write a standard essay after coming out of her class then you had to be pretty much unteachable! I remember her standing in her class, wearing a pantsuit (it was the 70s, after all....) with one foot up on a chair, getting a classroom of 16 year olds to wax lyrical about Shakespeare. I am now a professor who writes for science journals and I truly thank Mrs. Haseltine at least every year for teaching me how to write.
January 22, 2018
My sincere condolences to your family for your loss. I met Lois (though I'm sure I always called her Mrs. Hazeltine because it was just how we were taught to respectfully address friends' parents back in the day) when I began teaching at North Haven High School in the late '80's-early 90's. Our special bond was the childhood histories that my husband and his family shared about growing up on Blakeslee Ave. Everytime my husband, Carl, picked up a snake for our kids to touch (argh and cringe), the Hazeltine stories started flowing. Though in different departments (English/Science), I always felt the warmth and protection of a "mother." The Noonan's were always impressed that your mom went back to college after rearing children. That was and is a very unusual and powerful model for all women - living life to the fullest, reinventing yourself, taking on new challenges. She was a kind woman with a heart of gold who loved updating me on her family as I shared the Noonan news. She will be missed.
Marilee Noonan, Madison CT
January 20, 2018
I wish to express my condolences to your entire family. I went to North Haven High School and was lucky enough to have 'Mrs. Haseltine'. I also remember how fondly my Step-Father, Donald Simens, was of 'Lois'. They worked together, educating students at North Haven High School for many, many years. He, too, taught English and was always fond of her passion for Literature and Education, combined with her ability to both inspire and educate. She was a beautiful person, inside and out. I am sure she continued to inspire and instill many positive traits in both her family and with everyone else that she met along the way. May she Rest in Peace.