Oh my, where do I start. I was one of many who had the privilege of growing up in Tecumseh with wonderful caring parents and teachers. Lee Dodson taught me in the classroom, on the ball field and in his tiny office when I needed a stern "talking to." Lee taught me to pitch and our mixed team (boys and girls on same team) was the best in the county! After ball practice, he would dress me in his mask, glove, shin guards and chest protecter, then pitch to me. He looked like a giant when he went into his wind up and kicked his left leg up to throw. The ball came so fast I didn't have time to be scared. In his classroom during the World Series the text books were put away at game time and we listened to the games on his radio and kept score on regular score books. He taught us all the correct way to score and we were graded, I'm sure to see if we were paying attention. I send my sincere condolences to his family during this sad time. Lee spent Christmas with Jesus this year. What more could we ask!