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Marie Hamlin Butler
Date of Death: June 4, 2012
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Marie H. Butler Marie Hamlin Butler, 94, of Winchester, Virginia, died Monday, June 4, 2012. Mrs. Butler was born in 1917, in Halifax County, Virginia, the daughter of the late Virgil and Verdie Hamlin. She was a graduate of Longwood University and received her Masters Degree from the University of Virginia. Marie was a retired …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I will miss my visits with Marie so much. She was such a joy to be around and we talked about so many things and worked "word search" puzzles together. She had a keen intellect and was a lovely lady in so many ways. Goodbye dear Marie from your friend Susan Jones.
Marlene Thurston Tweedy left a message on June 19, 2012:
Mrs. Butler also taught me in the 1st Grade at Louisa Elementary School in 1970. She made learning fun. I remember how she would get us to walk quietly to our seats. She would have us tip toe and sing with our index finger over lips "lightly lightly tip toe, gently to your seat....I don't remember the rest..it's been awhile. Her class was so much fun that when she would leave the room, a few of my classmates would get up and run around the room chasing each other. (We did not have ritalin back then) Not me!... I was a chicken...But they would always, I mean ALWAYS get caught. And when she caught them...ok..you paddle kids back in the day....And she paddle them.. too funny.. It wasn't funny then but it's funny now. Those were the days..But she always showed us love in her teaching, discipline and her playing. My condolences to the family.... Marlene (Thurston) Tweedy
Debbie Hamlin Clayton left a message on June 14, 2012:
Patsy, I have so many fond memories of Aunt Marie. Too many to actually write down. She was an awesome lady and always enjoyed her stays. Her and Aunt Lois were so much fun to be with and I always looked forward to them coming to stay with my parents. I learned so many things from her during our visits. She came to church with me several times during her visits to Florida. She is loved by everyone and will be missed. Thank you so much for sharing this video with us since we could not be there. Aunt Marie......................I love you so much.......................thank you very everthing and for teaching me to eat raisins in my oatmeal when I was a child!!!
JC Carter left a message on June 12, 2012:
Mrs. Butler was my 1st Grade Teacher at Louisa County Grade School. She was the best teacher I ever had. She may have spoiled some of us though. She always had plenty of love to give her students, and she did not mind if she taught the class with a kid on her lap. My thought go out to her family.
Diane Spaur Semenov left a message on June 12, 2012:
As I look back at the teachers that have had influence on my life, Mrs. Butler was one of the best! Always loving and patient, I cannot remember her ever having a bad day or harsh word. I am grateful for having had her as my first teacher and first school experience. I have remembered her many times over the years and look back at that time with great fondness. She influenced many little lives and was such a blessing.
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Susan L. Jones left a message on June 6, 2012:
I will miss my visits with Marie so much. She was such a joy to be around and we talked about so many things and worked "word search" puzzles together. She had a keen intellect and was a lovely lady in so many ways. Goodbye dear Marie from your friend Susan Jones.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Patsy, I have so many fond memories of Aunt Marie. Too many to actually write down. She was an awesome lady and always enjoyed her stays. Her and Aunt Lois were so much fun to be with and I always looked forward to them coming to stay with my parents. I learned so many things from her during our visits. She came to church with me several times during her visits to Florida. She is loved by everyone and will be missed. Thank you so much for sharing this video with us since we could not be there. Aunt Marie......................I love you so much.......................thank you very everthing and for teaching me to eat raisins in my oatmeal when I was a child!!!
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
As I look back at the teachers that have had influence on my life, Mrs. Butler was one of the best! Always loving and patient, I cannot remember her ever having a bad day or harsh word. I am grateful for having had her as my first teacher and first school experience. I have remembered her many times over the years and look back at that time with great fondness. She influenced many little lives and was such a blessing.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
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Lisa Seay Harris left a message on June 28, 2012:
Mrs. Butler was also my 1st Grade Teacher at Louisa County Elementary School. I absolutely loved her so!! She was one of my all time favorite teachers. She made learning fun and so very special. What a wonderful person who impacted the lives of so very many! The last time I saw her was at her estate sale and can you believe after so many years had passed, she remembered who I was! I could never and will never forget her! God Bless you and your family!
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