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 build stronger communities, improve literacy, and expand book access for all.

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

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In Honor Of
Jaime and David Ballard
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To honor Jaime and David Ballard in their tireless work to help make the lives of immigrants and underserved peoples better. You are a shining example to all.

Submitted by Pamela Ballard

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In Memory Of
Constance Cardy
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I am honoring my mother who loved books unconditionally! I still own the first book she ever read to me (Katie the Kitten) and I am 73! Bless all readers!

Submitted by Connie Ogg

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All Navajo Elders
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In honor of all the elders of the First Nations, especially the weavers and shepherds of the Navajo Nation.

Submitted by Nancy & Luis Pi-Sunyer

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Chris Johansen
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A dedicated community volunteer, gave her life to supporting and empathetically relating to others. Deep appreciation for her role as teacher and book club leader.

Submitted by Gaye Gompers

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Pat DeGeorgia
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This donation is in memory of a great man and World War II veteran who served his family and country with love and honor his entire life.

Submitted by Marianne Mason

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Robert Zweizig
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This donation is in memory of a great man and World War II veteran who served his family and country with love and honor his entire life.

Submitted by Bryan Hills

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Ashley Otremba
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I love going to the Little Free Libraries so much with my mom! - Asher (Age 6)

Submitted by Asher Razak

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Becki Toth
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"But what is the bedrock of civilized society? Libraries, said Elf." ― Miriam Toews, All My Puny Sorrows "And Becki Toth" - Stephanie Ottey

Submitted by Stephanie Ottey

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In Memory Of
Sandi Brown Johnson
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Sandi was a reading, special education, and middle school teacher plus content editor and writer for 60 supplemental educational books. She advocated for needy children, literacy, and public school libraries.

Submitted by Dennis Johnson

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Mary Beth Gracey
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Mary Beth is an avid book-reader, so for her birthday, we want to make this donation to share her passion with others.

Submitted by The Alvarez Family

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Nancy and Steve Books
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In Celebration of my parent's 50th Wedding Anniversary! They gave me the opportunity to learn through reading and books and this can give others access to books as well!

Submitted by Charity Books

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Bodhi Crow
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Bodhi Austin Crow was born still on 6/3/17. His big little life brought us SO much love and this library helps honor his continued and perpetuating love

Submitted by Cassie Crow

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Jean Ann O'Neal
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"I would like to be remembered as a forgiving person and I want it said simply, 'Jean Ann, now that was a woman!' "

Submitted by Lee, Elizabeth, and Laura Shepard

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Sarah Diane Davis
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We loved reading with you, Sarah. We will miss your humor, insight, and kindness.

Submitted by Sarah's Friends From Book Club

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Linda Jarkey
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Linda was the gifted author of "Sadie Sees Trouble" a book that inspires children to put down their electronic devices and pick up art supplies. She is truly missed.

Submitted by Susan Stitt

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Taylor Harrison
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Tay is four! My hope for her is she will always see books about her friends of color and diversity where ever she goes.

Submitted by Peggy Harrison

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Deborah Holstein
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In memory of Deborah Holstein, founder of the First St. Little Free Library in Splendora, TX (Charter#42935) and kind adopter of my mean foster cat, Suzy Q.

Submitted by Kelley Smith

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Margaret-Ellen Christensen
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For my fave Little Free Librarian and charter member of Angry Book Club. xo, Lisa

Submitted by Lisa Rochette

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Cindy Linder
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In loving memory of Cindy. I am happy you were in my life. You will be remembered fondly and not forgotten easily.

Submitted by Ava Kennedy

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Cindy Linder
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Mrs. Linder (Cindy) From sitting on the porch, to breaking the sprinkler system, I will cherish each and every memory we had. I love you and will miss you.

Submitted by Jonathan Schmeltz

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Irene Ostrowski
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Irene the Queen - Avid Reader and Jigsaw Puzzle Aficionado ♥️

Submitted by Christine Rafferty

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Melissa Brown
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In loving memory of our coworker Melissa, who will always be in our hearts. This donation is to honor her passion for reading, which she loved to share with all.

Submitted by Stephanie Martin

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Kady Leighanne Waller
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Kady was a life long learner and had a thirst for life that inspired those around her. In memory of her amazing spirit and to honor her precious family.

Submitted by Stephanie Dietz

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Francee Fuller
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Our mother Francee has been a life-long lover of books and friend to libraries, and this mother's day we wanted to honor her passion with this donation.

Submitted by Ellis & Robert Stoneback

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