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Dear Ernestine, Allan & Family, we just learned of your Mom's passing. My Mom Carmen & I are so very sorry please accept our sympathy and love at this time of great sorrow. We miss you and your smile and hope we can all get together one day. Love Sylvia Romano & Family and Carmen & Buster Farina

Dear Ernestine and Family,
I was reading the obituaries this morning and noticed that your mother had passed away. Please accept my deepest condolences.
From reading the guest book entries, it is obvious she was dearly loved by her students and friends, some of whom I know personally.
No doubt she will be deeply missed by her family and all who had the privilege of being touched in some way by her life.
May she rest in peace and may God's light shine on her forever.

Coach went to school with my mom, Minnie Franco and thus at OLPH during sports and PE she would call me Minnie. Coach you were the best I loved PE and especially Volley Ball and cheerleading because of you. You are a part of my greatest memories of OLPH 1956-1967. Thanks you so much.

Coach went to school with my mom,Minnie Genco. She used to call me Minnie in P.E. I loved P.E. especially volleyball, she was the best and a great part of the good old days at OLPH

So sorry to hear of the passing of our "Coach." She taught me PE throughout my high school years at OLPH. I will always remember her with fondness.
May God comfort you in this time of loss.
Carmen Caltagirone

Dear Ernestine & family,
I was so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing.She was a kind and caring woman and it was a privilege to have known her. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
JoAnn Cavaleri Whipple

So sorry to hear of your mother´s passing. My condolences to you and your family.

Ernestine and Family,
We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time.

Dear Ernestine,
So sorry to hear of the passing of "Coach" .She was my coach for the entire time I was at OLPH plus I worked with her at Ponce de Leon one summer. She touched many girls lives in a positive way. You were lucky to have had her as a mom. May she rest in peace with your dad now.


Lynette's Obituary

FERNANDEZ, Lynette "Coach", 95, of Tampa died October 16, 2013. Born on November 27, 1917, she was an avid sports fan and was a Physical Education teacher for over 30 years at OLPH winning numerous championships in various sports. After coaching at OLPH, she served as a playground...

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