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Tribute to a teacher who led by example
Cheran Brach passed away earlier this week, leaving colleagues devastated. Cheran Brach, 34, was described as a "beloved friend, colleague and outstanding teacher" following her shock death on Friday. Stunned colleagues said they would support devastated students as much as possible after confirming the tragic news in a Facebook post. Angela Cooke wrote: "So sorry to hear this sad news, condolences to her family and friends. While Kerryanne Tonks added: "My heart goes out to Miss Brach's family during this incredibly sad time.
There are many ways to pay tribute to a loved one who has passed away. From the flowers to learning how to write a tribute in the form of a eulogy or speech, each element of the funeral should be designed to truly reflect and celebrate the deceased's life. Each component of a funeral service offers a unique opportunity to honor the person who has passed. Consider what you'd like to do for each one separately, then step back and see how they work together as a whole. Use some of LoveToKnow's memorial tribute examples to guide you.
Teachers are considered to be the light givers to the society. When the teachers render their services with dedication in the making of a nation, it is certain, the younger generation would become better human beings; the behaviours of the citizens would be reasonable and polished. But the question is, how many teachers in schools and colleges teach with dedication and sincerity? The answer is known to almost all. Today, I am going to tell the reader a story about a teacher who used to teach with passion; loved the students like his own children; did something more than only teaching in the classrooms; and who used to provide academic and emotional supports to the students. He joined a primary school in as an Assistant Teacher and served the nation for long 35 years.
A woman who made an impact on the lives of thousands of Papatoetoe students and residents has died, aged Alys Ivy Sherson was a foundation teacher at Aorere College where she taught for more than 40 years. She died in Manurewa on July 3. Her younger sister Jean is now deceased. Her father was a painter and paper-hanger for the railways and the family moved around a lot during her childhood.
Lynsey Haycock, 41, is believed to have died after suffering from complications following the accident at Forge Valley School, in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, last week. Dale Barrowclough, headteacher at Forge Valley, said: "Mrs Haycock was a much-loved and respected teacher whose dedication and hard work helped improve the life chances of all the pupils who were fortunate to have her as a teacher. Not only was she treasured by staff, she was much loved by the pupils at Forge Valley. Worked with her at a previous school. Much love to her family and friends.