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January 03, 2011
Being from Flint I admired Steve as a ball player in my youth, but his real impact on me was as a substitute teacher in the Flint school system in the mid 60s. He was the one I, to this day, hold up as the ultimate teacher (even as a sub) by his "commanding respect" in the classroom and his way to have us talk about current events and his challenging of us to read and research things then form our own opinion based on facts. He got me intensely interested in the JFK assassination as we talked of it for hours on the classroom. I always admired him as a role model, teacher, and great guy. I am very saddened to hear of this. He will always be most highly regarded by me, in fact at age 56 I am thinking about being a teacher, and still bring Steve up as the teacher I want to be most like. That's a pretty good legacy...thank you, Steve.
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