Florence H. Stewart
(1893–1983) Florence graduated from Buffalo State Teachers College, Columbia University, and took courses at Harvard in education, psychology. She was active in founding the Ontario County League of Women Voters, and served on the Board of Ontario County Mental Health.
Florence founded Lochland School for disabled children, in Geneva, and was widely recognized as a pioneer in the education of children with developmental disabilities. She remained Executive Director for over fifty years until her death in 1983.
Section 13, Lot 244
130 N Pearl Street, Canandaigua, NY 14424