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The family will receive friends at their home on Saturday, November 12 from 1 to 4 p.m. López Sanchez, 89, of Lawrenceville, passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 3, 2016 at St. Born in A Coruña, Spain, he was a longtime resident of Lawrenceville.

She graduated from Miss Porter’s School, Farmington, Conn. A Funeral service and burial will be held privately at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Pa.

He was a loving, caring, gentle, humble man who was enormously proud to be an educator.

She then drove across the country to Alamogordo, N. In 1957, she welcomed into her home Don Mc Clure, an orphaned teenager, and he has been a part of the family ever since. As a lifelong area resident, Mary was an active and generous supporter of many charities and nonprofit organizations.

Her daughters Brooke (1944) and Blakeley (1948) were born in Plainfield and Bret (1955) was born on Long Island (LI). She is preceded in death by her sister Elizabeth Jean Teyhen.

Louise Sharretts Louise “Weedie” Sharretts, née Hoy, died peacefully at her home in Princeton on October 27, 2016 at the age of 95. Juan touched the lives of countless students, influencing many of them in such a way that many of them continued their study of Spanish in college and they still use their Spanish in their own careers today.Louise is survived by her children Brooke Kaufman of San Francisco and her son Bret Sharretts of Morristown, N. She has four grandchildren and two great grandchildren. In addition, as the section head of Spanish, Juan served as a caring and experienced mentor to many a teacher who worked under his guidance. Juan taught, coached, and lived on the Choate campus from 1963–1993 until he retired. Louise Sharretts was born on January 6, 1921 in Chester, Pa. Arrangements are by the Wilson-Apple Funeral Home, Pennington. Juan taught Spanish at the beginning of his career at The Hun School and The Lawrenceville School, and then he spent the greatest part of his tenure as beloved Spanish Teacher, Spanish Section Head, and Director of the Summer Program in Spain at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn.

She was a loving and caring person and a devoted wife, mother, and friend.

Louise was active in the communities of Garden City, LI and later Cold Spring Harbor, LI where she volunteered at the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum and was active on the Altar Guild for St. In 1999 she moved from Cold Spring Harbor to the Windrows in Princeton and remained there until her passing. She enjoyed playing bridge as well as seeing friends at the Luncheon In, the Antiques Group, The Investment Club, and The Present Day.


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