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.

In Honor Of
Michael and Jess Buhman and Cowl

What better way to celebrate your wedding than by sharing your love or reading with others!

Submitted by Linda Jorgensen Buhman
In Memory Of
Sheila Fabrizio

In memory of Sheila Fabrizio, mother and librarian

Submitted by Cecilia Fabrizio
In Memory Of
Dylan Facente Chin

Dylan, Luminous sprite.. you left us too soon. Our family misses and holds you near always🥲❤️

Submitted by Beverly Stellato-Reitz
In Memory Of
Dorthy Ann Barta-Platts

In loving memory of my Grandma who connected with me through books later in her life. As an avid reader, this experience brought us closer and lives in my heart.

Submitted by Kristin Platts-Mauro
In Honor Of
Luke DeSantis

Happy First Birthday, Luke! You are a fun person with bright eyes and a great smile. Here’s to many years of adventure through reading~

Submitted by Jen Salman
In Memory Of
Grace Schultz

In loving memory of our aunt Grace Schultz. She was a kind and patient librarian who enthusiastically shared her passion for reading and learning.
Jay Durkin and Pamela Patrick

Submitted by Pamela Patrick
In Memory Of
Grandma Bo Hall

Every book in my Library will be stamped, “In memory of your grandma, who always read you a story”, honoring my GrandmaBo who instilled in me a love of reading.

Submitted by Betsy Asmus
In Memory Of
Jane Brennan

In loving memory of Jane Brennan, whose gentle soul and love of reading touched the world.

Submitted by Kathy LaPorte
In Memory Of
Mary and Dan Lairon

For my parents, who dedicated their lives to the education of low-income communities. As avid readers, they would be passionate about combating the banning of books in libraries.

Submitted by Darsie Lairon
In Memory Of
Barbara Pozniak

Barbara Pozniak was a lifelong reader, teacher and lover of books. She shared her joy and optimism with her family and friends and students for decades.

Submitted by Barb Majarucon
In Honor Of
Andrew Jumps

Happy first birthday Andrew! Your story has just begun!

Submitted by Tricia Rufo
In Memory Of
Lori Armstrong Marlatt

Lori and I connected over our mutual love of books. I hope to ignite the love of reading in more people in her memory. Rest in peace, my friend.

Submitted by Laura Russell
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