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July-14-05
Apologies for this late entry & expression of sorrow at your loss. My son Todd was a student of Taco's in the mid 90's, during his raging times of hormones & ADD. Through this all, 'Mr. Albrecht' was always able to get through the distractions or dark clouds whirling through Todd's mind. If Todd was to relate a happy, challenging or caring moment of his school day, chances are that Taco would have been part of it. Thank you to the Albrecht family for sharing Taco with us & God Bless you all as you journey forward in your lives with the memories that Taco has left for you.
Sincerely
Laurie & Todd Brough
July-07-05
I was shocked and saddened to hear of Mr. Albrecht's passing. I remember him and his English classes very fondly. I feel I was lucky to have him as a teacher. He spoke to his students as adults, which I appreciated. He always encouraged our creativity and challenged us to try a little harder or dig a little deeper. I admired Mr. Albrecht for his quick wit and sarcasm. Going to his class was not only educational but also a whole lot of fun! It is not to often that you can look back at your high school years and remember a teacher so fondly. My deepest condolences.
June-29-05
Mr. Albrecht was a great man and an amazing teacher. I will always remember his classes because missing them or being late meant you had to give a verbal essay in the hallway before you were allowed in. Mr. Albrecht challenged all his students because he knew their potential, even when they didn't know their own. Thank you Mr. Albrecht for all that you did, not only for me but for all the students of Queen Elizabeth

Kim Locke (class of 1998)
June-28-05
I had the privilege of knowing Mr. Albrecht during my time as a student at Queen Elizabeth. Any teacher who could handle the ridiculousness of us "GATE" kids won a special part in all of our hearts. My sincere condolences to his family and friends. Thank you for sharing him with all of us.
June-27-05
I had the pleasure of having Mr.Albrecht for English 20 and 30 at QEHS, and there really are no words to describe the kind of man he was. He would have hated that statement though, because it is a "fakey, trite generalization." We will miss him as an educator, and I personally will miss his witty retorts, sarcasm, and his unique way of turning something boring into something great. Enjoy your journey, Mr. Albrecht. "Tomorrow is promised to no one."
June-27-05
Dear Albrecht family,

I remember my Diefenbaker High School English teacher, Mr. Albrecht, very fondly. Not only was I privledged to be his student, I was also welcomed into his home through my friendship with Jodi. It has been 20 years, but I still remember how proud I was to have received an "A" on my "Eleanor Rigby" essay in Mr. Albrecht's class. He was an inspirational teacher.
My sincerest condolences to the Albrecht family.
June-27-05
Patsy,

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I hope that your friends and family will comfort you at this time of great sadness. My prayers are with you.
June-27-05
I was saddened to hear that a great man had passed. As he was by far the most inspirational teacher I have had to date, I extend my condolences to his family and loved ones.
June-27-05
Words are too stiff to describe how magnificent Mr. Albrecht really was as both a teacher and person. I am so privileged to have had him as a teacher for all three years of my stay at Queen Elizabeth. His class was one I never wanted to miss, and I oddly looked forward to attending. I sincerely thank him for challenging me in my writing endeavors and for being so persistent with me. He showed me what it meant to put dreams on paper and have it stand for more than pages of inadequate words. He will be missed enormously
Thank you Mr. Albrecht.
June-26-05
My deepest condolences goes out to the family and friends of Mr. Albrecht. I have learned discipline through his two years as my English teacher, and he will be missed.
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