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January 27, 2015

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March 22, 2014
Captain Cormier had legions of friends, yet, to each he was a personal friend and confidant. Understandably, he was duly appointed an Honorary Admiral. I feel it was a great honor to have been one of his close friends. To me, he was a model and a mentor of so many virtuous attributes. No doubt in our minds that his crown will have many precious jewels.
February 3, 2014
October 9, 2013
Dear Mrs. Cormier and Family,

Today I read of the Captain's passing and my heart is heavy. I pray that the sorrow of that day is very short lived, and the joy of all his days with you lives so much longer.

He knew just how important he was in the lives of so many of us. You see, to so many of us as teens he was "Mr. Cormier," a school administrator. I was one of them. I too was a drop out----Hoover class of "64. I was in the Army when I completed my GED during the Viet Nam War. Then, I went on to graduated from San Diego State College, and thereafter to earn a graduate degree in Human Behavior at USIU.

When I last spoke with him I told him, "You were right about so much of life, and I finally put to good use those things you told me." He reminded me of the things we had in common, and it was so good. He is still special to me.

He was always so active and engaging with us in school and away from it. He has made a good difference in the lives of so many.

Captain, may your sails always be full, and the wind be at your back.

Rest In Peace.

In Him,

Bob De Santo
Tellico Plains, TN
October 3, 2013
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