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September 3, 2013
July 28, 2013
“Die when I may, I want it said by those who knew me best that I always plucked a thistle and planted a flower where I thought a flower would grow” (Abraham Lincoln)

As he was named, so he lived his life.

You left an amazing garden Mr. Collinsworth.

Lynn
AHS Class of 72-73
March 2, 2013
It was with a feeling sorrow and a bit of guilt when I learned of Abe's passing. I knew Abe when he played basketball at U.K. I worked at the cafeteria where the basketball players ate, and they were usually the last to get to the cafeteria because of practice. Two of the players that I knew best were John Crigler - and Abe. They were very friendly and seemed to appreciate everything we did to make sure everything was ready when they arrived. The last time I saw Abe was during the 1958 champions tour of the state. They played in Owensboro, and I took my Dad (big UK fan) to see UK players in person for the first time. I introduced him to Abe, and in his friendly manner, Abe took a lot of time to just talk with him. Abe was special, a good basketball player and a good friend while I was in school. My sincere condolences to the family. Know that it also is a loss to those of us who knew him.
December 23, 2012
Coach Collinsworth taught me at Eau Gallie Jr.High in 1962, He exemplified what a true gentleman and educator should be. Mr. Collinsworth was a major reason in my decision to become a teacher (I even wore neckties on a daily basis!) Cris, every time I see you on television , I think of your Dad. The resemblence is striking Mrs. Collinsworth, my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family, Coach Collinsworth was one of the greatest men I ever knew. it was an honor to know him
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