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Frederick M. Marlo 1925-2013

Frederick M. Marlo

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May 05, 2013
A TRUE gentleman and scholar. Christmas without seeing you in your red jacket will not be the same.
May 02, 2013
Mr. Marlo was a wonderful and inspiring teacher. Many of my fondest memories from high school took place in the Student Prints room. He taught us about integrity as much as he taught us about journalism.
April 29, 2013
I will always remember. The lessons he taught were the greatest of great, and the finest of fine. He changed my life and direction for the better. God bless, and rest in peace.
April 29, 2013
Frederick M. Marlo not only taught journalism with enormous dedication and great expertise, he also taught it with STYLE. I remember him as a legendary, larger-than-life presence whose approval meant a great deal. He might best be described as “old school”, consistent as a stylebook in terms of formality and professionalism; his classroom persona always seemed elegant, an impression reinforced by everything from his suits to his automobile. Because he expected and inspired extraordinary effort, we were able to put together a first-class high school newspaper, and I was extremely proud to be part of that. I continue to make excellent use of everything from the editing skills to the life lessons I learned while I was his student. Thank you, Mr. Marlo!
April 29, 2013
"Mr. Marlo" is the reason I have had a successful career as a journalist. This devilishly handsome, dedicated teacher and his wife Anne became family to many of us who kept in touch long after our graduations. Loved you, miss you, rest in peach Marlo.
...jeannie (Simons) Emser Schultz
April 28, 2013
God Bless you, Frederico Carlo Masnaghetti Marlo. Uncle Fred was a second-cousin to my mother-in-law and it was truly an honor to get to know him. Uncle Fred wanted to know people, truly know people and that is so rare these days. May his wonderful spirit live on in all of those whose lives he touched and may we carry on some small part of his legacy.
April 28, 2013
With fond memories of "Marlo", the best teacher ever! He prepared me for college and many other of life's challenges. He will truly be missed.
April 28, 2013
Dear family my condolences and sympathy to you during this difficult time. Allow the God of comfort to be with you.
April 28, 2013
His light will always shine in our hearts.
April 28, 2013
Marlo was a Dad to me, as Anne was a mother. He is at peace with his beloved Anne. Everywhere we moved since leaving Reno I planted a Rose for Anne, her favorite: the Peace Rose. Now will plant one or a rhody for Marlo. He was one of the people who had the biggest impact on my life. As we celebrate our 20th anniversay in 2 wks, we remember he & Anne being there with us and I see the glass pitcher they gave us for our wedding in my curio every day. They were so loved, so missed.

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