You were the principal at my elementary school in the 1960's, Fairfield Elementary in Massapequa. I was just thinking of you the other day, and now I realize that we were neighbors here in Melbourne FL.
Mr. Holub was my first principal at Fairfield School in Massapequa and I taught under him for twenty years. He was a wonderful man and principal, well respected and truly beloved by his faculty. I'm very sorry to hear of his passing and send my condolences to his family.
I was saddened to recently learn of the death of Frank Holub. I was one of Mr. Holub'a students in Copiague Elementary School. He is the one teacher who I feel had the most influence in my life in all of my schooling which included not only Copiague and Amityville High School, but also college, professional school, and post graduate school. He taught me to be a student.
I remember you very well. You taught many in our Pagliarulo family. You were a great teacher. Thanks for the memories.
You were My homeroom teacher in 7th grade. You were also my history teacher.
I am 75 years old now and can almost remember all those lessons. I have often thought about you. You made history come alive and fun.
Thank you for the great teacher you are i
gained much knowledge from your teaching
RIP a Coupiague Student
Mr. Holub was my Social Studies teacher in Copiague Union Free School - then became known as the Susan E. Wiley School. He was a wonderful teacher and a wonderful person. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. If I had known that he was here in Melbourne, I would have paid him a visit. My condolences to his family. April Marino (Waldman)