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September 23, 2013
What a great man, educator and soldier!!!! My best! Susan Hegg Stahl
September 23, 2013
Dear Mrs. Rolf, Debbie and extended family,
I remember Mr. Rolf well. He was the principal of Union School which I attended from 1956-1962. One memory I have is the day I had to go see The Principal because I was in trouble (I'd thrown an ice ball at Billy Cox's head!) I was terrified! He spoke very softly to me, asked what had happened and just listened. I said how truly sorry I was. Mr. Rolf was so kind to me that I was no longer afraid of him! That says a lot about a man that tall and imposing. I'd say he was a gentle giant. Rest in peace Mr. Rolf.
September 23, 2013
Mrs. Rolf you and your husband were wonderful people. I lived across the street on Tall Oaks. You always opened your home to me to visit as a child. I remember your dog and how his health was not the best you still took care of him. It was the first time I have ever seen a dog wear a diaper! Mr. Rolf was always kind and there for the kids. So sorry for your loss. He was a man to look up to as a role model! Jerri Spackey-Fink
September 22, 2013
Rest in Peace Mr. Rolf! You guided a bunch of crazy kids through the 60's with class and saved us from ourselves! Thank you!
Bill, class of 67
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