To the Editor,
- Good Person
- January 18, 2010 - 11:16
Well said, Josh Kogon.
It is heartening to see the tributes pouring in for an individual who made such an important lasting impression on children and adults, touched many lives through her work, and made a real difference in her community. Some of the people being paid tribute to in this letters section for their self-serving egos deserve no such recognition and should be embarrassed by the day/night difference between what Susan accomplished in her too short life and what they are muddling around doing for, basically, the better of no one but themselves.
As sad as the ultimate outcome was in Ms. Taylor's case, at least her life's contribution was for the betterment of others, and something that everyone agrees was so worthy and unselfish.
She was a true community leader, and I daresay I don't recall her seeking out the spotlight for her accomplishments, unlike others in the Amherst area regularly do.
- Former Student
- January 18, 2010 - 10:47
It would be wonderful to see many former and current students at the high school on Wednesday to celebrate and honour Ms.Taylor. She will be greatly missed and always remembered.