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Hannelore Elisabet Morin

May 31, 1940 - December 21, 2020

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I am very sorry for your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. Mrs Scanlon was one of my High School Teachers. That was a long time ago. I was looking at the Woonsocket Call website and had seen her picture and brought back memories of High School. My desk was at the corner in the front of the classroom near the door. One day as Class was about to begin, I was sitting at my desk doodling on my notebook. I was drawing an Iron Maiden album cover. As I was drawing in the logo, she came in and looked at my drawing. She put a "M T" on the side of it. Puzzled, I looked at her. She had informed me that the initials stood for Margaret Thatcher. She was sometimes referred to as the "Iron Maiden". That was a long time ago (1985) and I don't know why that memory popped up into my head. Her photo is as I remember her exactly. This pandemic has been hard on all of us and I look forward to seeing its end. Again, please accept my sincerest condolences.

Posted by Jerry Bourget on January 30, 2021

Dear family: Please know my thoughts are with you all at this sad time. I knew Hannelore when she was a teacher with my late husband, Jim Davey. I remember her as a very accomplished person and enjoyed her company many times. Marcia Davey

Posted by Marcia Davey on January 26, 2021

To the Family of Mrs. Morin, My name is Karen Renaud. Mrs. Morin was one of my favorite and most memorable teachers through all of my many years of education. I graduated from Woonsocket High School in 1988 and took her Humanities class during my senior year. It was one of the most challenging and rewarding classes that I took in high school. Her passion and love for the subject matter inspired me on many levels. I looked forward to her class and her unique teaching style. She had high expectations for all of us and it made me want to work harder. She encouraged me throughout the year and also wrote a beautiful letter of recommendation for my college applications. I kept it forever. I may still have it somewhere. I have spent over twenty years in education and your mother/grandmother/aunt was one of my inspirations. Currently, I work for the Hopkinton Public School district as the K-12 Wellness Subject Matter Leader. It was pure coincidence that I checked the Hopkinton Independent yesterday. As I scrolled through, her picture jumped out at me. I wish that I had known that she lived in Hopkinton. I would have loved to have visited with her and thanked her for being one of those special teachers in my life. At the very least, I wanted to tell her family. I am sending you my heartfelt condolences. I will pray for your peace and comfort during this time. Sincerely, Karen Renaud

Posted by Karen Renaud on January 18, 2021