Carl Brablec High School
Class Of 1973
SHARON HARRISON Saivar
Maureen was such a beautiful person inside and out. She had a great sense of humor. I remember a story she told in class of her asking for a tennis racket for her birthday and her parents bougth her a set of Badminton rackets instead. She said they told her they loved her so much that they bought her 4. She thought it was funny and cute. Of course, that is what I remembered after a few decades. I do remembered how much she loved her brother and parents. She also defended me once in the ninth grade. Someone got a hold of my yearbook and wrote some very hateful things to me. Maureen saw it and wrote something very sweet and kind in my yearbook. I will always remember her compassion. I still have my yearbook to remind me of her. The day I found out she passed away was one of my saddest day in life. Maureen, I will always remember you as the girl that defended me and made me feel that I mattered to someone.
Whenever I think of Maureen, I remember that she made any class she was in better just by being present. When Maureen walked into a room, she lit it up. Her sense of humor was delightful. I remember teachers on her case, but Maureen could make the worst class enjoyable, i.e., Mrs. Ruske's 9th Grade English Class. Memories of Maureen will always bring a smile.
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