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July 22, 2018

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August 21, 2014
I had the pleasure of having Mr. Oxenger as a teacher and exchanged letters with him a few years ago. He always said to use the algorithm, which I thought was humorous at the time. Today I use many of them. I should've listened long ago. He was an inspiring teacher and a great man. He will be missed.
April 27, 2014
I am sorry about your loss. Robert was a great help in finding my roots. The book he wrote helped me trace my family.
April 22, 2014
Many fine childhood memories at the Oxenger home with Rob, Charlotte and Peter. Rob and I kept in touch long after Peter and Charlotte's passing and was pleased to call Rob friend and childhood mentor. May such loving memories bring peace for Pete and Pam's sons and their families.
With warmest regards,
April 15, 2014
Our heart goes out to the Oxenger family. Our father Joe Hanosh taught math with Mr.O at Tappan for 30+ years. They were close colleagues and good friends. A bond like no other. Our families were very close too. Every time the Hanosh kids had a sport game at Forsythe, Mr.O was always there cheering us on. He was such a nice man. Our father and Mr.O were known as "Fred" and "Barney" on the bowling alley. I'm sure they are having a blast in heaven exchanging math puzzles, shooting the breeze, and bowling strikes with fist pumps. We luved Mr.O, he will be deeply missed. Sleep in Heavenly Peace!