Condolence & Memory Journal

Mrs. Lannin-Cotton,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss.

Posted by Diane Russo (Dzierzeski class 1990)    October 21, 2008

I was so sad to hear that auntie Mad died. My old neighbor called and told me. She was a wonderful woman and I loved her and auntie Jo. They were special to me and i thought the world of the both of them. I am so glad that she was able to be in her home when she passed. My houghts and prayers go out to her family and friends> I know she will be missed

Posted by ron Stoddard    October 21, 2008

Dear Mrs. Lannin-Cotton, I am sorry for your loss--she was truly a teachers-teacher.

Posted by Rockland High School class of 1987    October 21, 2008

I can recall an incident over 60 years ago when I was in Miss Lannin's class. I had found a watch under somebody's porch and proudly wore the watch to school. Miss Lannin saw it and questioned me about it and then told me I needed to bring it back to the owners. I did as I was told and Mrs. Crowley was very grateful at its return. Some things you never forget. Thank you for the lesson, Miss Lannin.

Posted by Jackie Smith    October 21, 2008

Dear Maddy (Patt)

I am very sorry to hear of your aunt passing away. She lived a good, long life and I'm sure she is at peace. Hope you are doing o.k. In deepest sympathy and with much Love, Ann Marie

Posted by Ann Marie Jordan    October 21, 2008

Miss Lannin was my first grade teacher and I never forgot her kindness to me. I am close to retirement age, but you always remember your teachers. May your memories of her bring you peace and consolation.

Posted by Judi Byron Brennick    October 21, 2008

Dear Mal,

We are so very sorry to hear about the passing of Auntie Mad, she was such a kind and beautiful lady that touched the lives of many, she will be missed greatly, the kids still recall their memories of Auntie Mad everytime we drive by her house, our deepest sympathy to you and your family, love the Burns Family

Posted by Jennifer Burns    October 21, 2008