The Herald Bulletin

Afternoon Update


December 9, 2012

You Said It: About eateries, education's importance and Lacy



THB: This seems like a decision that should have been made after the new superintendent takes over.

Longtime area educator Lorelei Lacy, 96, died Dec. 4. (obituary published Dec. 6)

  • “Miss Lacy was not my teacher, she taught my sister, but we attended Shadeland School. Miss Lacy was more than a teacher, she was like a mother to us. When we got in trouble Miss Lacy just didn’t call your house, she would come to the house and talk so kindly. What a wonderful lady.”
  • “Miss Lacy was my 5th and 6th grade teacher at Shadeland too. That was in 1952-1954 years. Later in 1967, I was an art teacher at Central Junior High School and she was there as a counselor. She influenced us all to try our best. We were her children in her heart, I know. What a wonderful person she was. My sympathy to her family and close friends.

THB: A gracious woman, who impacted many in the area.

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