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August 3, 2013
He was a great teacher and Barbara was a nice lady also. My thoughts are with you and your family at this time.
July 8, 2013
I remember "Mr. C" as a great teacher and the "across the hallway" competition to "Dr. M" (Dr. Munski) and the Shoreline newspaper staff. Although the two men had very different personalities, they both encouraged the yearbook and newspaper staffs to cooperate with each other. Mr. C encouraged us to reason logically and to think for ourselves. He will be greatly missed. My sympathies to his family.
July 8, 2013
Dear Cianchetti Family
I too remember the love and warmth,drive and character-building traits of your Dad from my time as yearbook editor at HPHS. He was a fabulous teacher as well. What a man! May his memory be for a blessing!
July 7, 2013
Dear Carrie and Angie and family,
My father just read me the obituary from last weekend's Trib. I can't tell you how sad I am to know that your dad is gone. Though we have not seen much of one another these past years, he remains a larger than life figure in my imagination and will live forever in my memory. He was my teacher, advisor, mentor and friend. His zest for life, his drive and stubbornness, his strongly held - and strongly expressed (!) opinions and values are all part of my deepest memories. I think of him whenever I hear certain symphonies we played over and over in the Yearbook Office that he borrowed for us from the library, whenever nationalism rears its head and threatens to disturb world peace, whenever I see a golf course. I loved him dearly and cannot believe he could be gone. Somehow he seemed so much a part of the force and energy that made the world turn. I am so grateful he died peacefully. I was shocked to learn that your mother is gone as well and that we did not know. The Lemon Angel Torte recipe she gave me at my bridal shower is our family's favorite special occasion treat. She and Mom and Rose Boghasen used to celebrate February birthdays together. (Rose continues to be her inimitable self at Lake Forest Place.) My mother died just before Thanksgiving and we are trying to get used to the idea. Dad celebrated his 87th birthday this weekend on the 4th of July and continues to sustain himself and us in good health. I wish you comfort in good memories of good times together. I do have a wonderful photo of him in full pirate regalia at a Halloween party at my house. Would love to share it with you. My love to all,

Debbi Krumbein Dworin
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