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September 18, 2018

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June 24, 2018
Sincere sympathy to Sylvia and the family
June 19, 2018
I have fond memories of his 10th grade geometry class from 1963/64! I even sat in the front row, normally I hide in the back of the classroom. We did proofs for all 98 theorems!!! What a great teacher who made you think!!! I know there are many other students who passed thru his classroom and ended up learning, knowing and using math the rest of their lives that have similar, fond memories!
June 16, 2018
An amazing person who was a pleasure to know. I really enjoyed your roses and hearing you sing barbershop with my husband. I hope you enjoy heaven as much as you enjoyed life.
June 13, 2018
Dear Grandpa,

You were a constant in my life for 41 years and I don't know how to say goodbye.

As I write this in your family room, I look about and see reminders of you: your computer, your recliner chair, your stack of newspapers and unfinished box of cheez-it crackers. There is a great sadness to seeing your daily routines waiting for you with the knowledge that you won't be coming back to them.

I recall that when I was 4 years old, you terrified me I saw nothing but the strict math teacher with a stern exterior. But that fear didn't last long. Through my childhood and adulthood, I developed a great appreciation for your deep kindness, immense love and sense of humor (you never met a pun you didn't like). You were the patriarch of the family and you were so good at it.


Oh, Grandpa. I am so grateful for you.

Goodbye and give Red and Sandy a pat on the head for me.

Anastasia Taylor