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April 24, 2013
Just went to Coach I's memorial at WHS this weekend. He was builder of Boys that turned into Men. As a young Boy he was the meaning of strength, character and integrity to me. At such an important time in my young life I knew I could count on him. I was grateful he was there and I look up to him.

I was not always able to keep my life perfectly straight and when I got off on the wrong path I thought of him. I could hear him say "there is no easy way, just the right way". "No gain without pain". I remember working out with him at 4:30 in the morning all through high school. He even let me sneak in and work out even in my 8th grade summer. He took the time and learned about me. He knew everything about my home life and my crazy family. In the dark times he was always there. We could count on Coach I. It was surreal seeing so many that I knew there, in that place of growing up and some sweet glory. Coach I is in me and always will be.

Dan Finklea Class of 1976
White Sweater Winner
April 14, 2013
Coach I,
The discipline and tough love you instilled in us, forged us into men of strong character and steely determination. The work ethic you drilled into us w/ off-season weight training, bounding drills, and passing league was light years ahead of Stanford. You taught us much more than Football. You made us better people. I often find myself sharing principles learned from you to others - "No Gain w/o Pain", "Practice like you Play", "Run w/ Reckless Abandon".

Thank you for teaching us much more than Football - you prepared us for the Game of Life. We are forever indebted to you, and hopefully we can repay you by teaching subsequent generations your valuable lessons.

Pat, you are an Angel to support Jim through all the years - especially washing the uniforms (sorry for diving into the mud!). I still crave the awesome desserts you prepared for us before games.

"Tinger" Don Ting -'82
April 2, 2013
I just now found out this very unfortunate news and must say how deeply saddened i am. When i was in high school i played for Coach "I" my junior and senior year and cherished every moment. I have so many memories that i could choose from but if i had to pick just one, it would be those saturday mornings when he would treat us football player's to breakfast at this restaurant called "Nations". Event hough some of us never would feel like getting up that early, coach would always make it worth it for us to be there. He always created an atmosphere of us being more than football players...we were more like brothers. As currently serving in the United States Air Force i owe a lot of thanks to Coach I because i believe that while being on that football team he helped me to develop what it meant to have discipline and know what the definition of teamwork is. 2 major things that you don't only have to have in the military...but in life as well. Coach you may not physically be with us now but you'll always live in our hearts forever. I salute you and your family. We love you and miss you.

Steven F. Mayo II. Washington High School C/O 1999

Technical Sergeant Steven F. Mayo II (USAF)
March 17, 2013
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