Memorial Book for Michelle Delaney

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  1. My condolences to the family. I worked with Michelle at Wilson and worked as her mentor for 3 years. I went on many coaching visits with her and watched as she worked with teachers. She loved her job and was passionate about teaching students to read. She leaves a hole in our trainer staff and in education as her support for teachers allowed so many teachers to reach even more children. I know how much she will be missed by her family. Her work family will miss her too.

  2. I cant remember yesterday so well but I remember meeting Michelle 49 years ago when I was pledging my fraternity. She came to a rush party with a fresh baked chocolate cake and soon became the “Fraternity Sweetheart”. It was there she met her future husband Steve one of my dearest friends of all time. He also liked chocolate cake. Hard to imagine the world without her. Michelle was the real deal, caring, loving and generous. And her lasagna and meatballs. Legendary. Her light and love is instilled in her wonderful kids Brian and Alexsis. Love to Steve,Sharon and Nadine.

  3. המקום יינחם אחכם בתוך שער אבלי ציון וירושלים
    “May G-d comfort you upon your loss together with all mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
    May Michelle’s memory be blessing to her family and friends.

  4. I am so very sorry for your loss. Your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Michelle was truly a gifted teacher and a beautiful person. I will miss talking with her and working with her. I have only known her a couple of years but had come to admire the person she was.

  5. My deepest sympathy to Michelle’s family. May caring thoughts bring comfort to each of you. Rest peacefully.

  6. I miss you already my friend! I remember all the laughs we shared over the years. I loved your dedication as a teacher and trainer. You were loved by many.
    My prayers are with the family.

  7. I am so sorry to hear about Michelle’s passing. I worked with her for several years at Wilson, but we had the opportunity to work more closely together over the last couple of years. I was her mentor for the last year. I joined her on school visits, and she joined me. It was obvious that she enjoyed helping both teachers and students. She had a contagious laugh, was curious about others, cared about the people that she worked with, and loved making personal connections with people. During one meeting recently, I asked that each person in the mentor group put a virtual background of their happy place. Michelle didn’t have one. Her happy place was her home and pool. Michelle is missed!

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