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Diann posted a symbolic gesture
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Diann posted a condolence
Thursday, October 19, 2017Mrs. Hanson was the best ever, She will be missed by many. Even many years after her class she always knew who I was, always a smile and kind but stern words. She was always one that made a difference for me. may you RIP Mrs. Hanson. and may the family find peace in her lovely memories.
Joy Carter Cary posted a condolence
Saturday, October 14, 2017Best teacher I ever had. Stayed after school with me to explain square root.. I got it. She was kind, caring and a wonderful math teacher. Wish I could have told her myself. I've worked in education and know the marks of someone who not only knows their subject but can teach it. Condolences on your loss.
Shannon Carson posted a condolence
Saturday, October 7, 2017I was one of her 6th grade students many years ago. I loved her class because if we did our work and what she asked she would read to us. I’m sure many others were blessed to hear her read “Where The Red Fern Grows”. I couldn’t wait for each day to hear more of this wonderful storyteller. Prayers and condolences to the loved ones she leaves behind. Shannon Rose Carson
VG posted a condolence
Tuesday, October 3, 2017To the Hansom family, I am truly concerned about the pain and emptiness of heart you must feel at this time. Death is certainly an enemy that take those we love no matter young or old. Almighty God (Psalm 83:18) promised to put an end to suffering, sickness and death forever. (Revelation 21:4) We were created to live eternally not to die. Soon that will be a reality. Visit jw.org for additional information
Marion Ralph Butts posted a condolence
Tuesday, October 3, 2017It is with sadness to see the Last of the Hardman family pass on to Heaven. Miss Margie, Petey, Mr. John, and now Mary Jo. They were such a great family to grow up with and taught us children such strong family values. The Hardman family was a great bunch indeed.
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Tuesday, October 3, 2017