Little Free Library’s Honor Wall

With Respect, Honor and Gratitude

Welcome to Little Free Library’s Honor Wall. Honor your loved one by making an honorary or memorial gift to Little Free Library!

When you make an honorary gift of $50 or more, you may share a story on the Honor Wall below. It’s a lasting and heartfelt way to pay tribute to someone special, and it will support Little Free Library’s mission to inspire a love of reading, build community, and spark creativity by fostering neighborhood book exchanges around the world.

Click on any listing on the wall below to reveal more information.

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In Honor Of
Aida Victoria Holt
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Aida Victoria would have been our second grandchild. Grandma loves reading books and hopes to spread the joy of reading to children everywhere in honor of Aida. Te amo, nieta!

Submitted by Victoria Holt

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Karen Ristau
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On her 80th birthday. A lifelong educator, literacy proponent, and librarian for arguably the most visited Little Free Library in Michigan.

Submitted by Carol & Lori

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In Memory Of
Kyle Weems
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Not letting her many health issues limit her, I was really impressed when Kyle started her own book club! We always enjoyed discussing our shared love of reading!

Submitted by C. D. Conley

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Martha Hengen
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With heartfelt thanks to my mother Mardy who imbued all of her children with a love of words and reading and who generously supports book lovers from Boston to Tanzania.

Submitted by Nicolene Hengen

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Joyce Tam
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For always helping out and inspiring others to DIY.

Submitted by Dominique Duong

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patricia Pierson
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My mother was a teacher her entire working career. When her great grandchildren started arriving, books were her favorite gift items. My mother read every day until her passing,

Submitted by Ruth Pierson

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Mireille Fontana
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For my friend Mireille, who makes the world a wonderful place and inspires me to be a better person everyday!

Submitted by Mira Shields

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michael seidenberg
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Michael Seidenberg built BRAZENHEADBOOKS NYC, for book lovers and writers. he shared with whoever came knocking. his passion for books and people grew as he aged. he was loved.

Submitted by nicola roe

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In Memory Of
Daniela Forte
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I will forever appreciate Daniela's fight to make our industry a more diverse and equitable place.

Submitted by Angie Stocklin

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Daniela Forte
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For my friend Daniela Forte - who loved reading, books, her family, and friends. And who was fearless and possessed the kindest soul. We love you. Susanne and Holmes

Submitted by Susanne Sicilian

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Todd H. Bol
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Todd, You are remembered daily by family, friends, and Little Free Library supporters. Your mission continues to promote literacy, and sparks LFL stewards to share books, stories, and connects communities.

Submitted by Susan Bol

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N. Venkataraman
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Thanks Dad for making sure I never wanted; for my love of reading and learning; for teaching me how money works and to never be bound by it.

Submitted by Sukanya Venkataraman

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Paul Demille
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My father built us floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, to house all the many kinds of books we kept reading. Novels, mysteries, history, reference, technical manuals. Thanks dad.

Submitted by Margaret Demille

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In Memory Of
Joseph Sposito
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Uncle Joe is the most beloved member of our family and is still remembered decades after he passed. Fortunately for me, Uncle Joe was my dad!

Submitted by Joan Monk

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Robert M. Bonnette
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I honor your memory because you instilled in me a love of reading and education. Raise the Bar! Love Sonya

Submitted by Sonya Hemmen

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Kim & Bruce McIntyre
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Thanks for setting me on the path to the "Library" and super big Thanks for spiffing up my several years old LFL!

Submitted by Margaret Pesce

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Jenna deCastro
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For Jenna, who opened up books for me and is the greatest lover of words I have ever known.

Submitted by Casey Casias

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Neil Galligan
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"A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies...The man who never reads lives only one." George R. R. Martin

Submitted by Jean Norris

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LUCILLE MILLER
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My mother was an avid reader and instilled that passion with me as a teenager. Unfortunately it took several decades to sink in!

Submitted by HANK MILLER

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Mira Becker
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Mommy, thank you for raising a reader and for fostering a passion and love of books! I really enjoy attending to our Library and exploring Libraries in the neighborhood.

Submitted by Becker V

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Donald Chase
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Thank you daddy for reading me bedtime stories every night as a kid. I’ll always remember the far away adventures you gave me by simply reading good books.

Submitted by Renee Smith

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Brenda Gorgone
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Happy Mother’s Day to my mother Brenda & sisters Jan & Cheryl. Thank you for the trips to the library, books & read-alouds that shaped the librarian I am today.

Submitted by Lynn Weeks

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Charlotte Penniman
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My wife and mother of my children, Charlotte, taught our children a love of books and reading. This trait has served them well. Thank you Charlotte!

Submitted by William Penniman

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Marion Doyle Ramsey
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In memory of Marion Ramsey who shared her love of reading with friends, family, her book club buddies, and her students for over 35 years. May her memory live on.

Submitted by Kathleen Ramsey

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