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December 26, 2013
The family and friends have my deepest sympathy. Mr. Tarr was trying to make things equal for all persons. We await the time when all men will truly be equal under the eyes of God. Until that time we appreciate persons like Mr. Tarr.
July 17, 2013
sorry to hear of your lost. My God bless.
July 04, 2013
My sincere condolences to the family. I worked at the Johnson School at Cornell when Curtis was Dean. He was a fantatic Dean and a wonderful human being. I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with all of you.

Regards,

Nancy Culligan
July 02, 2013
May your memories of your family member give you strength in your loss. I did not know of Mr. Tarr, but am encouraged by his sense of responsibility and humanity as stated by others here. God's Blessings to his family and friends. May his humility be upheld by any who have undaunting tasks and jobs to do. May others who are so well educated learn from the example he lived and treat all as an equal. An admirer of a fine gentleman and American who served well. Rest well, faithful one.
July 02, 2013
My sincere condolences to the Tarr family. I was 18 in 1970 and just graduated from high school. My draft lottery number was 72 and I knew that I would be drafted. This spurred me to enlist in the Air Force. I served my country and went overseas to Germany. When my Air Force tour was over I was ready for college and had the proper motivation I probably would not have had in 1970. I earned two BA degrees and two Masters degrees and went back into the Air Force Reserve and served over 30 more years. I was fortunate to have had to make hard decisions at an early age but is has turned out very well. Thank you, Mr. Tarr!
July 02, 2013
So sorry for your loss. May the "Peace of God"(Phillipians4:6,7) be with you as you cope with such a loss. Draw close to God and he will draw close to you.
July 01, 2013
My condolences to the family. May the God who supplies endurance and comfort be with you in the days ahead-Romans 15:5. E.D; Park Forest, IL.
July 01, 2013
My condolences for your loss. God cares and will comfort you. 1 Pe. 5:7
June 30, 2013
Your father was an amazing man. He gave us a personal tour of Lawrence University when he was president. My dad has such fond stories of him from their time at Stanford and after. It was nice to see him at my mother's funeral. What an amazing legacy he has left.
June 30, 2013
May the family cherish the fond memories of Curtiss to bring peace and comfort to there hearts.

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