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August 19, 2018

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December 1, 2017
I'm sorry for your loss I had your father as a principal at Franklin Middle school if it wasn't for his firm but fair hand and paddle ! My life probably would have turned out much more different.
November 21, 2017
My thoughts and prayers are with you Dee, Steve, Randy and Mike. It is wonderful to read all these cherished memories of so many lives he touched.
We (the Shutt family)were youngsters growing up in Garden Court as your next door neighbors, and our families kept in touch over lots of years. When I got to SHS and Cliff was the Asst. Principal there, he asked me to be an assistant in the student office and I loved being there and watching him with the students and staff. He was a kind and wonderful role model for all.
November 20, 2017
Such fond memories of Cliff and Alby at TP day camp. He would challenge us to catch his high hit softballs at Center Park with a reward of a nickel if we could catch the softball barehanded. Mr. Tozer inspired hundreds of us kids with his wit, true love of kids, and lessons we have carried into our now Senior Citizen years. May his Angels embrace him in heaven, and look after his family here on earth. All who knew him were touched by what the tru definition of a kind and caring man should be.

Michael LelysS
SHS class of 66
November 18, 2017
I remember Mr Tozer very well from the TP Day Camp and from SHS. I am sorry to hear of his passing. He was a decent, honorable, and fair man. He made growing up much easier.