I started attending PYE in 5th grade. It wasn’t easy at first to make friends so I spent a lot of time at the library. Mrs. Jensen always went out of her way to say hello and check in with me whenever I would go there which was at least twice. Her easygoing nature and smile always made me feel welcome and eased some of my discomfort of being a new student. When my mother began teaching Kindergarten during the 1986 school year, Elsie and my Mom got to be friends and her students loved story time at the library. She was a wonderful woman who touched the lives of so many young people and helped this one, in particular, cultivate a lifetime love of reading. My most sincere condolences on the loss of your Mom.
Amy and family, I send my sincere condolences to you all. It is never easy to lose a parent but especially during this most difficult time when it is so hard to gather to comfort each other. May God bless your treasured memories of better times together.
Lynn Domras (formerly of Hammondsport, now of NC)
Terry, Amy and families. So very sorry to hear of your mothers passing. Always so pleasant to talk to her. You are in my thoughts.
Amy and family,
Sorry to hear about your mom.
Sorry to here of your mom's passing especially during this difficult time. My sympathies and best wishes to your family.
I was so sorry to hear about your mom. I always remember how nice of a woman she was. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers during this very difficult time.
I didn't know Elsie as well as most but I did get to visit with her whenever I came to see Don and Amy Stewart which was anbout once a year. She was very enjoyable and very loved. She loved her family and her home on the lake. May the Angels pamper her even more. It's so difficult to lose a mom, may all the good memories help to comfort those she held dear. Sending lots of love♡♡♡