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October 22, 2012
I'm so sorry to hear of the loss of professor Fears. He made learning so enjoyable while teaching many valuable life lessons. My heartfelt condolences to his family.
October 20, 2012
My condolences to his family and friends. Like many others who have written on this page, I only knew him through his wonderful history lectures from the Teaching Company. I have learned so much from him. I homeschool and his lectures have been invaluable to me. Originally I just listened to his lectures for homeschooling purposes, but he made history so interesting that I watched many just for myself. Professor Fears, you left a mark on the world. Thank-you.
October 16, 2012
an irreplaceable treasure of a man.
October 15, 2012
I was in shock to find out Dr. Fears had past over the weekend.

I think Dr. Fears is my favorite professor and I have enjoyed hearing all of his teaching company lectures. Always standing above the rest.

I remember him speaking of travels with his son and family. My prayers are with you guys for your loss.
October 12, 2012
I never met Professor Fears in person but I feel I've lost an old friend after listening to and watching his lecture series with The Teaching Company. I loved those so much I introduced my two oldest sons to them and they too became avid Rufus fans. The oldest got his history degree at Northwestern and the younger is a Letters major at OU and got to take Rome, Greece and Great Books with Dr. Fears.

I am now introducing my youngest son, an 8th grader, to Rufus.

Well done Dr. Fears. Like your definition of great books, you wrote and spoke of noble themes, in noble language, and you will definitely speak to us across the ages, so long as we have your recorded lectures!

God bless you sir for sharing your love of antiquity and your gift of lecturing with me and my sons.

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Your prints will never fade... Rest in Peace, Dr Fears

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