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 Memory Of
Dorothy Eckstrom
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In honor of my mother who loved reading stories to children.

Submitted by Debra Cossette

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In Memory Of
Aaron Robinson
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Blindsight, forever.

Submitted by William Heard

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Louise Lasnick
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My mom was a voracious reader who instilled the love of reading in her children, who in turn bestowed the gift to their children.

Submitted by Karen Lasnick-McNeil

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Afton Ballard
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My mom, Afton, taught me to read when I was 3. At 91 years of age, there are things she forgets, but she always remembers to love.

Submitted by Evan Ballard

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In Memory Of
James Harper
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In memory of my brother, James Harper, who was an artist and boy scout leader. He spent many hours teaching youth.

Submitted by Christine Maw

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Mary Margaret Ford
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Submitted by Ann Ford

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Roger L. Egert
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Roger loved to read and often engaged in informal, thought-provoking, sometimes maddening discussions across many disciplines. Roger truly espoused the Little Free Library’s mission of sparking creativity and inspiring readers.

Submitted by Kevin and Dr. Barb Carlock

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Eliza Goldstein
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Congratulations, Eliza! We love Little Free Libraries, too, and celebrate your Bat Mitzvah as well as your love of reading.

Submitted by Amy & Nina Rawe

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Eliza Goldstein
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Eliza, we are so proud of you and your important mitzvah project giving children greater access to books and the joy of reading and discovery. Much love, Caren and David

Submitted by Caren and David Guthman

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Frederick Douglass
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in memory of Frederick Douglass

Submitted by Lauren Magnee

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Eliza Goldstein
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Congratulations on your Bat Mitzvah, we're sure you will have wonderful times ahead. Love from Peter & Sheila Legge

Submitted by Peter Legge

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Afshan (Ahsan) Khan
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Afshan's love of reading was an inspiration to her students. She was a shining example of how to live a life of purpose, love and kindness.

Submitted by Sayema Rawof

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Bernadette Crowley
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A wonderful friend who loved reading and encouraged me to read thought-provoking books. We often discussed authors and stories. We started a book club together. I will miss her!

Submitted by Theresa Sipe

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Mary Margaret Ford
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In Honor of Mary Margaret Ford

Submitted by Leo and Janet Feret

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Fatma Caplik
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Our daughter, sister and mother, who loved books.

Submitted by Sengul Teke

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Mary Ford
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A wonderful woman (and Aunt) who was always ready with a smile and eager for a good laugh. We will all miss you Aunt Mary.

Submitted by Chris Houlihan

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Karen Wadler
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I am lucky to have felt Karen's love like many others. Supporting Little Free Library brings her love of reading to others!

Submitted by Chrissie Olson

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Mary Ford
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In memory of a beautiful lady who was intelligent, loved a good read and had a hearty laugh. She will be missed. All our love

Submitted by Noreen Liebrock

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Margaret Hoffman
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This donation is made in memory of my mother who was an outstanding 4th grade teacher in Cleveland and a lover of reading. She also encouraged MY love of reading.

Submitted by Beverly Schmittgen

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Grandma Laurie & Papa Jim
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for showing us what it means to love others and love books.

Submitted by Calli Moreau

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Sofia Leggio
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In honor of Sofia, a passionate reader who notices the books that others overlook. You love Little Free Libraries, and we love you!

Submitted by Bianca Chakiryan

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Mr. Bear/Sugar/Dice/Kizzy/Ouija Watkins
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Beloved cocker spaniels who cuddled up while I read, read, read... They loved book-time w. their mommy.

Submitted by Mary Roush

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Jason Scala
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Jason built and maintained Gufo the Owl, in Jersey City's Hamilton Park. It was a labor of love for his two young daughters. Covid-19 took him far too soon.

Submitted by Brigid Cahalan

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Natalie Booth
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My mother, Natalie Ring Booth, was an English teacher and instilled in all of her children the love of books. She read daily into her 90's.

Submitted by Gifford Booth

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