Mazara mourns the passing of Professor Elda Napoli, engaged in culture and society

For many she was a teacher of literature, for many others an educator, a woman of culture, a model of sensitivity and humanity. Mazara del Vallo mourns the death of Elda Napoli, a well-known teacher who trained hundreds of young people during her teaching career.

For years a professor of Italian and Latin at the scientific high school, she was the wife of Armando Montalbano, a well-known pharmacist in the city and the first president of Rotary in Mazara. She leaves the children Manuela, Fabio, Sergio and Guido.

Messages of condolence arrive among others from the mayor Salvatore Quinci and the former mayor Nicola Cristaldi. The artistic director and jury president of the Mazara Narrative Opera Prima Prize Sal Di Giorgi remembers “her friend Elda Napoli, sworn from 2015 to 2019, a piece of island culture goes away with her”.

Cristaldi in a post adds his personal tribute: “I learn the death of Elda Napoli, an extraordinary person with whom hundreds of boys who became men were trained also thanks to her work as a teacher and educator. I remember her as my teacher of literature at scientific high school of Mazara del Vallo but also a strong supporter of the value of culture in every field of society. Goodbye, dear Elda. Thank you !!! “.

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