Daulette-O’Mara-Obituary

Daulette O’Mara

Laconia, New Hampshire

1927-2011 (Age 84)

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I has the privlage to be in Mrs. O'Mara's 4th grade class at Woodland Heights it was her last year of teaching I couldn't have asked for a better teacher she was amazing in so many ways and I am very sadden to read of her passing she will be missed by so many....

Mrs O'Mara was my 5th grade teacher at Acadamy St school. I will always remember her as my favorite teacher. She was always loving and kind to each of us. Mrs O'Mara talked to you, listened to you, made you want to be at school. She taught at least one of my brothers. Years later,and the last time I saw her,was at his funeral. It meant a great deal to our family that she remembered us and still cared.
My condolences to Mr O'Mara and all of the family and friends.
Susan(Calley)Simmons

One of my FAVORITE teachers !!! Will be missed..You inspired so many students ...
Jane (Vz) MacFadzen

My dearest Dolly,Daulette,

You have touched the lives of many, many people in your lifetime; whether they knew you as an acquaintence, family, educator, or friend it was a gift to be in your presence. I've been fortunate to know you in more that just these ways. You were my mom in every definition of the word. My first 12 years of teaching at Woodland Heights Elementary were exceptional because of your guidance. I will never forget how you took me under your wings; made me lunches,...

I had Mrs O'Mara at Academy St School for 5th grade and she was always one of my favorite teachers. When I lost my brother she years later she remembered me and when I graduated from High School she was there for me also. What a special person! God Bless you!

When I went to interview at Woodland Heights in Jan. 1976 Daulette was the first person I was introduced to. I had the privilege of teaching with her until she retired. Daulette was a wonderful friend and mentor. So kind and caring and thoughtful. I will always remember her.

I taught in Laconia for 14 years before moving to Maine. I knew of Daulette by reputation before having the privilege of teaching with her at Woodland Heights School.
I had, and have, great respect for her both as a loving, caring teacher and as a quality human being. She touched so very very many lives in a positive way.
Her legacy will live on.
May she rest in peace.
Jean Noel

Mrs.O'Mara considered her students as 'people' that made a difference in their lives. Two of our three children were in her class.
Bob & Zelma Price

Mrs. O'Mara was a dedicated elementary teacher, including mine. May her family rest assured that her legacy will live on for many, many years with all the students lives she touched.