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In Memory of Lenora Albury

Posted Mar 23, 2011 Posted by 2 Comments

Library staff isĀ  saddened by the passing of longtime Key Largo librarian and advocate Lenora Albury.

From the Free Press: “Key Largo Library’s branch manager for 30 years, Albury died Thursday, March 10, and leaves family and friends who remember her as anything but the stereotypical stiff librarian.”

Here’s a link to the complete article about her life: http://keysnews.com/node/30663

Please feel free to add your own rememberances below. Wishing Ms. Fuller’s family comfort and peace.

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  • Randy Davis said:

    I remember Lenora Albury from back in the 1970s, As a kid I would ride down to Key Largo to visit her and her family. The things I recall are the House that was a stones throw from the ocean, getting a fishing pole and goin to that little cove to fish, where George the White Heron would wait while I unhooked a fish for him. The large moray eel just down in the rocks, seagrape trees abundant with masses of grapes,Those huge garden spiders hanging above us, Sitting with Aunt Mac as she was called then at the picnic table between their house and her Moms trailer. going to the library once while I was there. she was really a nice person of what I recall, Uncle Calvin was a fishing guide I recall. He would recall of stories of fishing with Hoover and storms and such. It was a time I will remember fondly due to her kindness.

  • Anne
    Anne (author) said:

    Dear Randy,
    Thank you for taking the time to share these great memories. Such vivid recall, too!
    Best wishes.