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July 16, 2018

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December 19, 2017
So sorry to read about this in the Cortland newsletter. She and Nancy were my freshman roommates...Jennifer Buton Tallow
July 12, 2017
May the God of all comfort be with your family during this devastating time. So sorry to hear of the loss of such a wonderfully lived life.

The Short family
June 6, 2017
So sorry to hear of Mme Caccavale's pasting. My son loved her, as he was in the French Immersion program in Holliston. I got to know her kind heart when I subbed at the HS various times. She will be greatly missed. Good Bless her family in their loss....
April 2, 2017
Terry was one of the most sincere and dedicated teachers and friends in the world. She gave 110 percent as a teacher and all her students could tell. She made the Hollliston immersion program a model for schools all over the state. As a colleague in the foreign language field (and fellow French teacher) I always looked to Terry as a role model in how she embodied a love of the language and a love of teaching and learning. Although we never taught in the same school, we could exchange ideas about French teaching and second language literacy development. She and I had several classes together at Boston University in the School of Education where we were both doctoral students.

She will be sorely missed and fondly remembered always.

May she rest in peace!

Melissa Tobey LaBelle