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
Lisa Kennedy
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The Thornwood LFL’s constantly changing book selections, treats and surprises, comfy reading bench, and seasonal decorations make it a beloved spot for neighborhood friends and adorable granddaughters alike.

Submitted by Evelyn & Elise Olotka

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Lisa Kennedy
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The Thornwood LFL’s constantly changing book selections, treats and surprises, comfy reading bench, and seasonal decorations make it a beloved spot for neighborhood friends and adorable granddaughters alike.

Submitted by Evelyn & Elise Olotka

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Linda Fein
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As the head of the Children's Library of Philadelphia for many years, Linda is unequivocal in her belief in the power & magic of reading. Read a good book today!

Submitted by Robyn Whittingham

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James Walsh
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Merry Christmas to my cofounder; Better Off Read Grand Rapids will always have a place for you!

Submitted by Jordan Freeman

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Solution Strategy Team
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Thank you for another great year at OCLC. We have the best team there! Looking forward to helping more libraries next year.

Submitted by Bill Forgette

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In Memory Of
Robert Lukas
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In memory of my father, Robert Lukas, who spent much of his retirement reading. Some of his books are in my Little Free Library for the neighborhood to enjoy.

Submitted by Jennifer Lukas

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Brittney Squire Rob Byer
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Merry Christmas (2021) to dear friends who remind me everyday of the beauty of friendship, love, books, and the "Joy of Words".

Submitted by Donnette Noble

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Samuel Gordan
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In memory of our son, Sam. Hoping to inspire a love of reading to other kids in his memory. We love you Samuel!

Submitted by Shanna Gordan

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Renee S Prior
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Sunlight streaming on us through the window, my mother teaching me to read "Green Eggs and Ham". I was 4. Thank you mom and Dr. Seuss, my two favorite people.

Submitted by Denise Prior

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Mary Flock
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This donation is in honor of my grandmother, Mary Flock, who has always been an advocate of reading and even owned her own bookstore for several years!

Submitted by Ed Johnston

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Susan Donkar
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My donation was made in honor of my lovely spouse of 45 years, Susan, who is the most ardent bibliophile I know.

Submitted by Eli Donkar

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Jane DeHaven
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From our early days of library visits to her work sharing books with people of all ages, my mom’s love for reading touches everyone around her in a beautiful way.

Submitted by Rachel DeHaven

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Eilidh Neave
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You are the BookMuncher, ever reading, ever imagining a whole, magical and giggly world. You are ever loved & missed.

Submitted by Stacey, Bob, Evvy, Clara & Caroline Parvin Fuller

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In Memory Of
Sheila Chaddah
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Sheila died earlier this month. She was and always will be my beloved niece. She was a special education teacher and completed her masters in special education before her death.

Submitted by Kristen Chaddah

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Gerald and Pauline Gifford
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My parents, Gerald and Pauline Gifford were both teachers. They taught a lot of children and my father was in the March on Washington with Martin Luther King, Jr.

Submitted by Roxane Salazar

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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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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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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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