Carolyn Beverly Lehmann
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Carolyn Beverly Lehmann 1920-2011 VALATIE NY Carolyn Beverly Lehmann, 90 a resident of Barnwell Health Facilities in Valatie N.Y., died Tuesday February 15, 2011 at Barnwell. Born in Harrisburg, Pa., August 15, 1920, she was the daughter of the late Leslie and Daisey Seidel Westerman. Mrs. Lehmann was an early childhood teacher at Pine Cobble Nursery School in Williamstown. She is survived by her son Duane Lehmann of Tampa, Fla., and her first cousin Jeannette Hotchkiss of Albuquerque, N.M. She was predeceased by her husband Walter Lehmann. Funeral services and burial will be private at the convenience of the family. There will be no calling hours. Arrangements are with the Raymond E. Bond Funeral Home, Inc. Valatie, NY.

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Published in The Berkshire Eagle on Feb. 24, 2011.
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March 26, 2011
Thank you all for your kind words about my Grandmother. She was an extraordinary woman and touched the lives of so many. I will pass along your entries to my family.
Andrea Lehmann-Patient
March 9, 2011
Dear Dwayne,
I just heard about your mother and am so sorry. She was a beautiful, caring, wonderful woman. I am sure she will be sorely missed by all that knew her. I remember her from when you first moved to Hoxey St. and I used to go to your house to play with Diane and while she practiced her cello, your mother would give me a snack or hot chocolate. Your father was a wonderful, talented man also. I missed Walt when the Stompers broke up. Only got to hear him a couple of more times at the Inn. My prayers are with you.
Sally (Walden) Burrows
March 4, 2011
March 1, 2011
Dear Dwayne,
Both of your parents were special. I still remember some of the stories your Dad told about playing jazz. And the memories spread out, like pond ripples, including our playing in the old brown barn, and the orchestra performances at the foot of the wonderful stairs in the old school. All good wishes. Ting Barrow
Ting Barrow
February 28, 2011
Dear Dwayne,
Your mother was a very special lady. Her memory for her former students and friends was unfailing, and she always made us feel that seeing us was the best thing that had happened to her in a long time. Your dad taught me to read music and to love jazz, and your mother taught me to teach with love. The Lehmanns made a lasting impact, for which I am more than grateful.

With love,
Alice Chaffee Freeman
Alice Chaffee Freeman
February 26, 2011
I don't know how to get ahold of you so I will try this. I am truly sorry. I hope you find happiness in Florida and who knows maybe we will run into each other someday when I'm down with Brian. I always enjoyed our weekly visits and loved your mother dearly. Best wishes to you always.
Sincerely Ann Koczela
Ann Koczela
February 25, 2011
Mrs Lehman was just a wonderful woman and her husband was such a talent. We are blessed to have known both of them.
Grace Aspinall
February 25, 2011
Dear Dwayne,
I was so fortunate to have known and worked with your mother for many years. She taught me so much and I am so grateful that she was such an important part of my life. What an amazing and classy lady!I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Katie Cummings
February 25, 2011
Dear Dwayne,
I met you when at the Williams Inn with Avie. I so enjoyed both your parents - your Dad with his music and your Mom at Pine Cobble when I attended some of their programs. They both were wonderful people. My thoughts and prayers are with you as you adjust to life without them.
Esther Herrick
February 25, 2011
I worked at Pine Cobble for nine years and Mrs. Lehmann was a joy to have around. I'm sure she is sadly missed by all whose path she crossed.

Leslie Cassamas
February 25, 2011
Dear Dwayne,
How we will all miss your mother. Such a great lady and an inspirational teacher. I loved my years teaching with her at Pine Cobble. We are thinking of you and send our love and prayers, Mary and Peter Pierson
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