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Lorraine Ann Stueber EASTON Lorraine Ann Stueber, 85 of Easton, passed away July 30, 2018, in Gainesville, FL, where she lived. Born April 5, 1933, in Phillipsburg, NJ, Lorraine was the daughter of the late Peter William and Anna Mary (Grisbon) Stueber. Lorraine was a graduate of Phillipsburg...

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Miss Stueber was a great guidance counselor. She helped me to land my first job at Suburban Hardware in 1979. RIP

To Norma and Family,
I have many fond memories of time spent with Lorraine as a colleague and friend. We worked well together with the Wilson Band and she always had great enthusiasm for fine performance. She often came to the band room just to play the piano and make chat for spa while. I posted her obit on Facebook and received many comments about her positive affect on students at Wilson.
Sincere condolences to you and the family.
Bill and Beverly Curnow

We offer our condolences. We pray in your behalf, and we offer the hope of welcoming back our loved ones on a Paradise earth. Psm 37:29

I will always remember Miss Stueber as a kind, caring, and helpful guidance counselor.
My sympathy to her loved ones.

8th grade English teacher, she helped turn my life around when I thought nobody cared, but she did. Condolences to her family.

Miss Steuber was a great coach of our twirling squad. To this day I remember her saying Rosenkranz if you miss that yardline one more time, you're a sub. I never missed after that.
Joan Rosenkranz Fimiano

Miss Stueber was a guidance counselor and one of two senior class advisors for our class of 1967. She was always involved with our class, and I'm sorry to hear of her passing.

Miss Steuber was a wonderful woman, teacher and a mentor to all including me. I was fortunate to get to know her as an adult working in the community. She was all about helping young people. She left the world a better place.
Martye Cohen

Can not describe the impact Ms. Steuber had on her students. She was involved in everything that was going on at Wilson and attended everything. The memories she has left her students with will last forever. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends. Rest in peace my friend. Dick Siebler Class ot 63