Mary and i grew up just 3 houses away from each other,we hung out together growing up. I hope you are loved with God.
From Mike Miezio on February 24th, 2015
Mary was a very good friend to me. After all the years since high school we have periodically kept in touch with each other and always had great laughs. I am so sorry that she passed at a young age and I will truley miss her and our chats. Mary, wherever you are, I hope that you are at peace and out of pain.
I will miss her.
Class of '78
Leslie, Our world is certainly diminished by your loss. I'll always cherish our years in ACE. Rest in peace.
From John Champagne on March 19th, 2011
Leslie, I can't believe you're gone. I will never forget those HOURS of dancing at the Circus, the night we fantasized about which of us would seduce Mike L., art class with Mrs. Quigley, ACE. I will forever be grateful for your friendship, support, and love --not to mention the way you made me laugh.
You will always be in my heart and truly missed! I have all the good memories of all the things we did in school and when we were out1!!I I was looking thru my wedding album and saw you as my Maid of Honor the tears just flowed! I only wish I was there when you went home to the lord. I would heve told you that I love you and I'll keep all our memories in my heart forever! Good-bye my friend! Love, Dawn
Lora was the most loving, caring, and generous person I have ever met. She was always there with an extra hand to help and with an extra shoulder to cry on. She's helped so many in any time of need. She was my best freind and I will miss her very much for those who didn't get to know her missed out on an awesome person. I love you Lori
Larry was the only guy in school who was taller than me and asked me to dance (at Lynn Hashek's urging - thanks Lynnie!). It may not sound like much, but it meant alot to me. Larry was a really great guy who was always kind and could make me laugh.
Anne, I am so sorry I did not know then how to talk to you about what was going on inside you, but today, as a teacher, I do what I can to make sure no other young woman feels the isolation you apparently felt. You were not alone; you are not alone.