In Memory

Louise C. Lambert

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08/06/09 10:51 AM #1    

Gary Moore (1970)

it just would not be acceptable to all teachers and their professional experience not to include a memorial to the greatest english teacher I ever had-pardon my grammar but I learned a lot more under her tutoring than probably any other teacher in Benson School -mainly cause she cared about every student - not many teachers would show the kind of caring towards her students like she did -to know her was a priviledge - to learn from her was an honor...She also raised her children very well- thank you - Bugg Moore

08/27/09 05:38 AM #2    

Beth Denning (Rogers) (1967)

Mrs. Lambert continued to be my friend and mentor as I began teaching and discovering the writing abilities that are sometimes hidden in children. As a tribute, my students write books and they are published and placed on Young Author's Shelf at our public library. The shelf is named in her honor,and I'm so glad she was able to attend the first Author's Tea and share that with us. She is the inspiration for many of my poetry lessons as I continue to work with Lang. Arts middle school students. She would have loved this weekend!

02/13/10 03:24 PM #3    

Dura Barbour (Calcote) (1958)

Mrs. Lambert was a wonderful teacher, who tried her best to instill in her students the importance of a good education. I could never erase the memories of Mrs. Lambert and the good times we shared. She will always have a special place in my heart.

05/07/12 10:56 PM #4    

Randy Lucas (1970)

I didn't like to write but thought I was good at it, anyway.   That was before Mrs. Lambert.   She marked my papers up like a Christmas tree!  It got my attention.  By the time my year was up with her, I was ready for the bigtime!   When I took English Literature at NCSU, my writing had improved so much under her tutelage that I never saw any Christmas lights the whole semester.   Thanks Mrs. Lambert.

01/14/16 10:47 PM #5    

Kay Massengill (Massengill) (1968)

I remember Mrs. Lambert due to her always singing "Danny Boy" to the class.  She was a great english teacher and I learned alot from her dealing with english. I guess you could says she was the reason that I wrote and had a book published last year.  I remember being caught by her drawing in her class.  She always said I would be a artist because I could not write anything worth reading. I wish my kids and grandkids could had being taught about english by this great woman.

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