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HAROLD CRAIN

HAROLD CRAIN

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May 21, 2013
Dr. Crain was a great role model back in the 70's when I was at N.W. Classen, tough on the outside, but a very caring man on the inside, will be greatly missed.
May 21, 2013
Dr. Crain taught me Algebra in the 8th Grade, and he was a very wise man. I struggled with Algebra at first, but the foundation Dr. Crain gave me led me to do well in Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. I eventually became an engineer thanks in part to inspiration from Dr. Crain. I remember him saying that even if he found out that Christianity was a big hoax, he wouldn't have changed a think about the way it helped him live his life. That was in 1984 that he said that. Dr. Harold Crain was an inspiration to his students and a huge contributor to the education of thousands of young people. His impact is more far-reaching than he likely realized in life. Rest in peace Dr. Crain. You will be missed!
May 20, 2013
I was at Grant during Mr. Crain's tenure. We always called him Commander. I was proud to be one of his students. As he started the daily announcements, he would say "now here this, now here this," and end "that is all." To me, that is his legacy. It always made me smile. Rest in peace, sir. It was an honor to know you.
May 20, 2013
I did not know Harold Crain but if he was anything like his brother Ken, he had to be a wonderful man. I have utmost respect for Ken and offer my condolences to the entire family of Harold.
May 19, 2013
Ill never forget you mr Crain. Your such a sweet man. I'm so glad I meet you at emeritus. I'm gonna miss you
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