Marilyn “Willy” Black, a former elementary school art teacher who was a major part of civic life in Hanover for more than two decades, died on Tuesday. She was 87. Click here to read the full news obituary by Valley News staff writer Rob Wolfe. The family obituary can also be read here.
This is really sweet. As an art teacher, Black practiced PBL before it was trendy! “Black had each grade of the Ray School put together a different part of the house, from the bricks for the fireplace to the very nails in the walls, and mostly from scratch.” #nhed @SAU70Network https://t.co/ZyzhSowSzp
— Kristen Downey (@UVEIDowney) February 24, 2018
Willy Black was a Lyme Town Band legend, and so much more. “When she retired she said, ‘I want to do two things. I want to be a chainsaw artist, and I want to learn the bassoon.’” #goals https://t.co/yGZXdFmSWl
— Rebecca Turkington (@rcturk) February 24, 2018