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 Memory Of
Marion P. Ackerman
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In memory of my mother, Marion P. Ackerman, who spent 20 years teaching people who came to this country how to read. Thank you for your good work.

Submitted by Steve Ackerman

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In Honor of
Jamie A. Hughes
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Happy birthday, Jamie!

Submitted by Cameron, Renee, Lisa, Debbie, Joseph, Kayla, Sandy, & Sunita

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In Memory Of
Louis Rapuano
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My dad, Louis Rapuano, was an avid reader. History and biographies were his favorites. While growing up there were always books around. I continued the tradition with my children.

Submitted by Mary Rapuano

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In Memory Of
Robin Steensen
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Beloved Daughter, Sister and Aunt, you are missed everyday. Love you always!

Submitted by Debbie Zelechoski

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Jay Stassen
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In honor of Jay Stassen's 31 years of outstanding service to the Dakota County Attorney's Office. Happy Retirement!

Submitted by Peggy Horsch

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In Honor of
Sarah McCarthy and Debbie Crane
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Congratulations on your McCrane Book Nook! We are so proud to be your nieces, and can't wait to hear about the new things you do! Love, Maggie and KC

Submitted by Maggie and KC McCarthy

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In Honor Of
Joshua Short
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For Josh, who has a passion for both reading and libraries which he shares with everyone he meets.

Submitted by Jessica Short

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Greta Marlatt
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For my aunt, who inspires a love of reading for a living. I’ll never stop visiting bookstores on my travels as they’ll never stop reminding me of her.

Submitted by Teresa Fulcher

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Trisha Pitts
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My Aunt Trisha and I enjoy recommending great books to each other. She has a talent for helping others succeed by developing their skills. This gift is in her honor.

Submitted by Christine Lawton

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In Honor Of
Joan Burgin
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Mother. Librarian. You instilled within me a love of reading that helped me become the English teacher I am today. I want to help future generations find that love.

Submitted by Amanda Burgin

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In Memory Of
Shirlee Wishinsky
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Mom, a 96 yr old proud Navy Veteran who served during WW2, died on Veterans Day. She taught her 4 daughters to love reading, and also led Great Books discussions.

Submitted by Fran Landt

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In Honor Of
Aramoor Market Customers
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Thank you to our customers who made this donation possible by making a purchase from Aramoor Market! #GiveAGoodRead Week!

Submitted by Inferential Studios LLC

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In Memory Of
Barbara Anderson
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In loving memory of my dear friend Barbara Anderson who loved to read and share books you will be greatly missed

Submitted by Linda Lamanna

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In Memory Of
Jeremy Petteys
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The first LFL in South Carolina was a gift to Jeremy who installed it at his general store. The new owners plan to continue to stock the library shelves.

Submitted by Mary and David Fulton

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In Memory Of
Lori Ravert
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My dear friend Lori was always my first call for a book recommendation and her recommendations were always spot on. I know many many people felt the same way!

Submitted by nicole Morton-Holmes

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In Honor Of
Sam Hanson
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In honor of our pup Sam, the loudest member of our household.

Submitted by Megan Hanson

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