- 64 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 21, 1951
- Place of birth:
- Date of passing: Aug 20, 2015
- Place of passing:
Hartford, Connecticut, United States
|Let the memory of Denise be with us forever|
In loving memory of Denise Fidiam, 64, mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend and teacher. Denise was born on April 21, 1951 and passed away on August 20, 2015.
Denise is survived by her sons Vernon Moore and Scott Moore, her granddaughter Selene Grace Moore, sister Barbera Nappi, brother-in-law Lou Nappi, sister Verna Lesko and brother-in-law Richard Lesko and several nieces and nephews. She was pre-deceased by her nephew, Louis Nappi.
Ms Fid, as she was known by her students, taught high school English for over 30 years. She touched so many lives and made such a difference to the kids that others had given up on. She had a way of making everyone feel special. Denise loved teaching and the kids she taught. She will always be remembered for her sarcastic wit and contagious laugh. Her light will shine on in our hearts forever.
"This flower is a reminder of you on the one year anniversary of your passing. ♥️"
"Happy Birthday my dear friend. I hope you are having a most glorious day. I think I can hear your laugh through the clouds."
"Thoughts and prayers are with all today as you celebrated Denise's life. So sorry that I wS unable to be with you. Denise was the first person I met when I started at THS. She was busy setting up her room but took a moment to welcome me . Her room was only two doors down. I remember her wonderful laugh Denise was not afraid to speak her mind yet she would be one of the first to give you a big hug on a bad day. We shared a love of animals (I remember how upset she was when her dog died ) but most of all I remember how much she loved her two sons. And how her eyes lit up talking about her granddaughter She was always there for them just as she was always there for her students. Rest in peace."
"I'll never forget the time we had together. You were one of the most giving people that I have ever had the honor of being with. I will always miss you."
"Ms fid u were one of the only teachers to call me out on any bull I did and I always respected u more for that u will always be in my memorys RIP"
"Rest well, kick ass and keep those kids in line!"
"I light this candle so that I might always see your glow around me. RIP my friend. I will miss you."
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