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
Edi A. Campbell
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Our mother has always been lovingly and passionately dedicated to family and education. Her work advocating for authors and readers of diverse backgrounds is making the world better.

Submitted by Campbell Kids

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In Memory Of
Betty McCray
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At age 101, recently widowed Betty McCray discovered a Little Free Library, and found joy and calm in books.

Submitted by Janet Robinson

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Rachel Fetter
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We are so proud of Rachel and her setup of our new library. She painted bricks with books and the neighborhood is really enjoying it!

Submitted by Evan Fetter

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John and Eva Hurst
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John and Eva are avid readers who share their love with family and anyone who will open a book or those who may read it one day.

Submitted by Wendy Kistler

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In Memory Of
Whitney Bonner
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In loving memory of our daughter, Whitney, who loved to read from an early age.

Submitted by Elle Bonner

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Harry Persad
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My father was a failure in his life, but he loved the arts, and encouraged me to appreciate music, opera, fiction and poetry. I'm conflicted about him, but love remains.

Submitted by Sandra Roy

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In Memory Of
Otto Hampton
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My father believed in the power of education . He believed in continuous learning. He taught all of his children and grandchildren to love reading. Read to your children,

Submitted by linda schiffer

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In Memory Of
Karen Wadler
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Our very Beloved BFF, Sistah was like no other in the whole world.She was the BEST of the BEST.Through these wonderful books her love of reading will live on forever❤️❤️❤️

Submitted by Ronni and Howard Rosenblum

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In Memory Of
Karen Wadler
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Our "Keppie" was the kindest and most generous person imaginable; may her memory be a blessing.

Submitted by Scott Weintraub

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Karen Wadler
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Our dearest Tata Karen was the most generous and giving person. How fortunate we were to be so loved by her. May these little libraries bring smiles to many children.

Submitted by Aleeza Nemirof

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In Memory Of
Dee Bellows
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Thankful for my grandma who took me to Narnia and brought books to life!

Submitted by Natalie Olsen

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In Memory Of
Karen Wadler
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We miss you so much. We are always thinking of you. We will make sure to pass on your love for books to Devi.

Submitted by Jacques Wadler

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Karen Wadler
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Karen will always be an inspiration to all of us she loved ; and now through books to a generation of young dreamers.

Submitted by Jackie Wadler

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Karen Wadler
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We were blessed to have loved and been loved by Karen. The world has lost one of the best people to ever walk this earth. She was for everyone.

Submitted by Rob & Berdine Fain

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Pam Oman
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She was a lovely soul spirited away in the night by a dread disease. She leaves a legacy of love.

Submitted by Kay Rorvick

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Maureeen Baugh
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Maureen was a librarian for 35 yrs. She loved books and delighted in helping others. The patrons miss her as much as the staff. She would love this.

Submitted by Marie Jennings

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In Honor Of
Myrna Shinbaum
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Among many other things, our mutual love of books keeps us together. If Myrna likes a book, I will too.

Submitted by Ellen Rubin

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Emily & Conor Doherty
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Thank you for your commitment to racial equality and social justice and the amazing work you are doing in your community to build a better future.

Submitted by Karen Bradley

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Zoe Symons
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For a passionate reader and a great champion of books. Your library shares these excellent qualities with all the children in your community. Keep chasing your dreams!

Submitted by Robert Reynolds

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Elizabeth Tassone
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In memory of my beloved Aunt Liz who was an avid reader and who taught me the importance of learning through books.

Submitted by Benjamin Borelli

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In Memory Of
Elizabeth Tassone
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In Memory of Grandma, Elizabeth Tassone. She loved reading and instilled the importance of books in us all. We miss you.

Submitted by Elizabeth Vogel

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Elizabeth Tassone
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An avid reader whose love for books she wants to share with others.

Submitted by Robert Mackoul

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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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In Honor Of
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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