We Miss You Mrs. Tefft

Tomorrow, another school year begins in Goffstown, NH. Yet, tonight, for the third time in four days, I was stopped in my tracks when I saw the obituary for Mrs. Tefft online. We all should be seeing her tomorrow, standing out front, smiling, and greeting all. Imagine how long the list of accolades and kind words would be if Mrs. Tefft hadn’t been taken so soon. We were some of the fortunate ones that got to feel her impact. We all will miss her here in this community.

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Jacqueline gets a hug and her certificate from Mrs. Tefft. 2015. (Click on image to see larger version) (c) 1inawesomewonder 2016.

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Theodore gets a hug and his certificate from Mrs. Tefft. 2015. (Click on image to see larger version) (c) 1inawesomewonder 2016.

Wendy Tefft

Wendy Tefft (1977-2106). Legacy.com UnionLeader.com FrenchandRising.com

 

Wendy Tefft, 38, of Dunbarton, died September 1 2016.

She was born Sept. 28th, 1977 in Manchester NH to late parents Valerie and William Arnold Sr.

Wendy taught Kindergarten at Glen Lake School in Goffstown NH, where she was employed for two years. She held a bachelor’s degree from Southern NH University and a master’s degree from Rivier College. Wendy’s life was devoted to the nurturing and education of young children, especially her son, and she was inspired by their love of learning. She was known for the care she extended to her students and their families. She also previously taught Sunday school at St. Matthews church in Goffstown. Wendy enjoyed yearly summer vacations with her family at the Eagle Mountain House in Jackson, NH. She is survived by her husband, son, mother-in-law, loving brother, half-sister and grandmother, grieving family and friends. Calling hours will be held Friday, September 9th, 2016, from 4-6 pm at French and Rising Funeral Home 17 South Mast St. in Goffstown NH. Funeral service will be private.

The Obituary

Also see Precisely Vague.

– See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/unionleader/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=181302648#sthash.nmpsWkyV.dpuf

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5 responses to “We Miss You Mrs. Tefft

  1. She was such a sweat lady. My son had her last year an my other son was supposed to have her this year. She really made an impact on my oldest son and I can’t help but tear up every time I think of this. I hope she knew how much she was appreciated and loved by many people. My heart goes out to her family. I can’t even imagine how difficult this may be for them!

  2. A beautiful, sweet lady that I had the pleasure of working with at Bartlett Elementary and quickly becoming friends. Wendys son was her pride and joy. She would smile at the mention of his name. Prayers for Holden as he begins his journey without his mother. May the shared stories and memories of his mother help him to heal.

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