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Aliene A. Park


Aliene A. Park, 78, of Phoenix AZ, entered into eternal life on September 24, 2009. Beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, greatly respected as a Science, English, and Physical Education teacher and Principal at St. Jerome

Aliene A. Park


A Anonymous September 27, 2009

Mrs. Park taught most of my children. A cute memory I have is I was incharge of the bingo concession at St. Jerome’s. My youngest daughter, Robyn, was about three years old, she got out of the cafeteria and went up the stairs to the science lab and guess what she did? Broke one of Mrs. Park’s beikers. I couldn’t believe she got out let alone went up stairs to the lab. Mrs. Park was very understanding. I was so glad as I didn’t know in those days where I would get the money to replace it. From then on Robyn was on a leash with a rope on it. She never wandered out of the cafeteria again. Robyn’s still talking about the fact that she was put on a leash. Your Mom/Wife/grandmother was a very dedicated teacher. God be with you all. Most Sincerely With Deepest Sympathy, Dodie Preach

A Anonymous September 27, 2009

I am sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I have fond memories of your mother as she always had a soft side that she showed me as a young women at St. Jeromes. I had a deep respect for her and her family. I wanted you to know she touched my life. Patty Hendricks class of 1975.

A Anonymous September 27, 2009

We are saddened to hear of your mother’s demise. She was a fun loving, hard working woman. I have contacted Patricia, Shawn, Kate, Daniel and Margaret. Know our love an prayers from all of us are with you. God’s blessings.

A Anonymous September 27, 2009

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Park family. I have many fond memories of your mom and your family growing up in Village Meadows. Your mother was always a very nice and kind person. She encouraged me to go to Brophy. Had it not been for your mother and your family I would never of had that experience. God Bless all of you. Bryan Rymer

A Anonymous September 27, 2009

Dear Coach Park, Chris, and the entire Park family, I am very sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing. I have fond memories of your Mom, especially her sense of humor. Regards, Eric J. Halvorson

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