Share Your Memories of Mrs. Keeney

Use the comments section in this post to share your memories of Mrs. Martha Keeney, the Parkside Elementary Principal who passed away Sunday night after a battle with cancer.

Martha Keeney was an educator in Solon for 20 years. During that time, she touched the lives of many students.

Mrs. Keeney died Sunday night at the age of 59 after a long battle with cancer.

You can read Solon Schools' tribute to Mrs. Keeney here. You can also use this post to leave your thoughts about Mrs. Keeney.

Just head down to the comments field to share.

Laurie Torres December 12, 2012 at 03:10 AM
Hi Mrs. Keeney. This is Gea Torres. I want to say how sad I am that you are in Heaven and not here with us. I remember that you always gave out Twizzlers on your birthday and even knew some kids did not like them and so you kept extra stickers. I was lucky to have pizza with you one time. You made me feel like I was the most important kid in the room. I will miss you very much, I hope you like heaven. Everyone says its a really nice place to be. good bye.
Cheryl A. Baranski December 12, 2012 at 03:44 AM
I am so sorry for the loss of Martha. I went to high school with her, and was hired by her mother at one of my first office jobs. Martha was a wonderful person, and I am so glad to read about the positive impact she made on students' and peoples' lives. My prayers are with you. Cheryl A. Baranski
Erin Kwiatkowski December 12, 2012 at 11:05 PM
Hi Mrs,Keeney. this is Erin Kwiatkowski you were the best principal in the world i miss you so much i remember you used to give out Twizzlers on your birthday and you would go to every extra curriculum every time they came up. we all miss you so much im sure you know that my whole family's prayers are with you:)
Erin Kwiatkowski December 12, 2012 at 11:06 PM
we all miss you
Laurie Torres December 13, 2012 at 02:52 PM
Hi Mrs. Keeney This is Leyla Torres. I want you to know our school is just an building without you there. It's like a house that lost it's mom. I miss you


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