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Michael John Kirk 1924 - 2013

Michael John Kirk

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September 02, 2013
A DD- just to get me through Mr. Kirk's algebra class, a dubious distinction. Mike, you were correct; upper math was the nagging ache throughout my educational "career."
September 01, 2013
I had him for math, I enjoyed his personality immensely. Great Man....
September 01, 2013
AS a colleague of Mike's he taught what to do if you wanted to drive an administrator nuts. I was one of his troops during the 1967 uprising at J-D HS. I fled the scene he stayed on and on. When I needed help he was on the spot. Stay naughty! Richard L. Pastega
September 01, 2013
Mike was always a pleasure to dance with at the Folk dance events. Such a gentleman!
September 01, 2013
Great description, Bob, one does "experience" Mr. Kirk. Often, his eccentricities empowered those he rubbed shoulders with unawares. I loved going to his classes--a testament to his skills and motives. To this day, I find myself often repeating many of his quotes: "damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead", "when I was a child, I spake as a child..." Thank you for sharing, enjoy your rest.

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