Condolence: Mrs. Marble was my kindergarten teacher at Smith Road Elementary School, North Syracuse, back in 1962. She was a wonderful teacher and I have many fond memories of her, more than fifty years later. She was my first teacher and she gave me a good start on my path through future school years. Jim Sager.
Condolence: Dear Cherie and family,
My deepest sympathy to you and your family. I was glad that you and Ms. Verna were able to attend our Key West United Methodist Women's Mother's Day luncheon last year at the Pier House where she won a prize for having the most grandchildren! May your fondest memories of her help to ease your sorrow at this difficult time.
Love and prayers,
Condolence: Mrs. Marble was my kindergarten teacher at Smith Toad, back almost 40 years ago. I remember her fondly. My deepest sympathy goes out to your family. She touched many people. Rest In Peace.
Condolence: I married into this family and you took me under your wing and always made me feel important. I truly treasured our time together and am so thankful I was able to spend your 99th birthday with you. I will have the memory instilled in my heart always. I remember we were sitting at the table and we both had one another laughing so hard. You will be missed my dear, sweet Aunt Verna.Until we meet again!
With love, Laura Meyers
Condolence: My Aunt Verna went to be with the Lord yesterday ,another one of a last generation that had beliefs,morals,and respect ,greed never drove her generation like now,hers was to respect people ,hard work and to pass her goodness and grace for up coming kids and adults you will sadly be missed ,rest in peace Aunt Verna and spread your wings i love you very much.
Condolence: Jim and Cherie, I was very sad to hear of your mother's passing. I worked with her when both of us were teachers at Smith Road Elementary School in North Syracuse. She often spoke of both of you and the lake. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all her family at this difficult time. Loretta Clark
Condolence: Mrs. Marble was my kindergarten teacher. I have great memories of her class. I remember her husband coming to our class to visit 1 time. Because we both lived on Rosewood cir. God bless your family
Condolence: Dear Cherie and Jim,
Am so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. Helen Stone had told me at a luncheon that she was up at camp. Having taught together and been friends for such a long time, I enjoyed listening to her many stories........especially the one about her swimming the lake the long way! Did get to see you Mom at camp one year which put pictures with the stories! You were very fortunate to have had her and your Dad as parents. God bless you both!