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February 15, 2013
I remember Dr. Leathers as Provost of the University of Akron with both fondness and respect. He was a true leader and a gentleman. He helped me personally through some difficult times with several administrators. He served the University of Akron with distinction. My thoughts and prayers go out to all his relatives.
February 14, 2013
Dr. Leathers was a fine man and educator.The world is a lesser place without him.
February 9, 2013
So sorry to hear of Mr. Leathers passing. I was in his History class at Ponca City HS in the late 50's. Will always remember him as a wonderful teacher. Lana Harman Dunlap
February 6, 2013
I met Noel at the monthly vets lunch at O'Charley's restaurant in Cuyahoga Falls Ohio [first Monday each month] with other iwo jima vets. The story that Noel started in December was about the Japanese language [vowels] a,i,u,e,o. the way Noel talked about the Japanese language was he wanted you to know how to read, talk & listen to it, it turned to looking for a high ranking Japanese officer over radio chatter [pacific theater], trying to find what island he was on[through the vowels in the name of the Japanese officer] .when the U.S. pinpointed what island they waited until the plane took off and shot the plane down, the high ranking Japanese officer was later identified in the plane wreckage. I was listening to this & I could not sit still I wanted to turn on my recorder to get this part of history. The way Noel described that part of WWII history was significant to be one of the best history lessons. I went home and found one of his books [the Japanese in America] I wanted Noel to explain his book he wrote. Its not many times you get a veteran, history major, author & have lunch with. I would have enjoyed hearing more of his distinctive way of telling history even if he talked about the day would have been interesting listening. Dr. violet leathers I am deeply sorry for the loss


JOHN DRUMM
CUYAHOGA FALLS OHIO
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