Proudly Stand United Sept 15, 2013 in memory of Rachel & Lillian Rose Entwistle
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“THERE ARE THESE THREE THINGS THAT REMAIN: FAITH, HOPE AND LOVE AND THE GREATESTOF THESE IS LOVE ... "
Rachel was a 1997 graduate of Silver Lake High School going on to The College of The Holy Cross where she graduated in 2001. She did her third year abroad in York, England and knew she wanted to go back and she did, getting her teaching degree in 2002 then landing a teaching position at St. Augustine's High School. She taught there until Lillian was born in April 2005. She was a wonderful Mum embracing motherhood from the start letting everyone around her share in her joys right from the time Lillian was a "baby bump". After Lilly was born she went back to school as promised so they could all meet her and get their promised "cuddle time". Rachel grew up with a large loving family around her and wanted the same for Lilly moving back to the States when she was 4 months old to raise her and continue her career.
As a teacher at St. Augustine's High School in England, Rachel was determined to make a difference in her student's lives by education and involvement. When called upon by circumstances Rachel many times became involved with her students lives beyond the classroom door. Letters from her students to me tell me of her smile, bubbly enthusiasm and passionate energy for life. Stephanie O'Donneau, who Rachel had as form tutor for 3 years wrote to me saying, "whenever we were feeling down or had a problem she wouldn't rest until she made it better".
Let us try to do the same in their memory. We hope you will become a part of helping us to "never give up until we can make it better" in the fight against domestic violence and child abuse.
We are grateful for your support,
Priscilla and Joe Matterazzo, along with the family and friends of Rachel and Lillian Rose Entwistle
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