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March 6, 2013
Your legend lives on, Coach. Thanks from all you've touched. Richard Montgomery
March 6, 2013
As the conditioning coach for the wrestling team, he'd turn up the temperature to 90+ and always knew he could push you beyond limits one could never learn on their own. Thanks coach for all the 3 minute drills and the ones that followed when you thought you could do no more. What a great lesson and value it has been to this day. I'm certain there is a special place in heaven for him and God has already put him to work.
March 6, 2013
You didn't have to be one of "his guys" to get the morning grunt from him and a smile that made you know you were an ok kid! If I close my eyes and can still him yelling at the 71 Vasity Team - "EAT DIRT" - and it resounded across the entire city! Coach I and Coach Steele are surely arguing over who had the best teams! A Legend in Fremont.
March 6, 2013
Coach I you will forever be remembered for having a huge impact in my life. You were there for me during a big transition in my life. Moving from Canada to California in 1991-1992 you were the bridge to my new world and help me meet new friends. I will never forget double days 1992-1993 I wanted to quit so bad but despite the difficulty I pushed through. You created a family environment with your football program, a band of brother, that I am grateful to have been a part of. Looking back those were some of the best days of my life. May God bless you for all the lives you touched here on earth and may your family carry your legacy proud.
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