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October 17, 2012
Thank you Father John for all your service and caring over the years. Your support for me kept me in line and helped me grow. I will miss you but am glad you are with our Lord now for all eternity.
October 17, 2012
Their are few who really stand out as teachers and mentors, and Father Bitterman was certainly one of those few. Class of '75
October 17, 2012
Fr. john was my counselor my sophomore year, and after 20 minutes talking to me, told me I was the most cynical person he'd ever met. And he was going to change that. He did.
October 17, 2012
The Saint Francis Community and many other communities have lost a strong pillar. I attended SF between 78-82,
my fondest memory was how scared I was as a Freshman attending a Varsity Football game and all I needed to do was to go to the bathroom. Father Bitterman was the Dean of Students and he stood at the end of the bleachers with his arms folded and a stern look and would ask any student that even tried to leave the bleachers were they were going and why? I told him I just neeed to use the restroom, he said "get back here fast" I believe I ran! He was tough but fair and had the respect of all that he came in touch with. I was on his long list of Birthday Card recipients'. I am going to miss Father Bitterman but your life lessons will never be forgotten.
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