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Howard Mabel Obituary
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April 25, 2018

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January 23, 2013
Reading through this guest book is proof of all of the lives he touched by simply being himself. I just keep picturing him standing in the hallway @ Start with a great big smile on his face, always willing to give a hand. What a blessing he will be above. May God be with his family & bring them peace as I am certain he will be missed greatly. Thank you Mr. Mabel for always taking that extra step and going above & beyond. I sure hope my children are fortunate enough to run into someone like you during their educational journey.
Start High School class of '89
January 22, 2013
Mr. Mabel will be greatly missed. I've never met anyone who believed in and encouraged his program participants as he did. He was a 21st century saint!

My prayers are with the Mabel family.
January 21, 2013
Mr.Mable and Mr.Gates were ran the hallways in '79 but,Mr.Mable was the one that most students liked!Thanks for your positive spirit!R.I.P!
January 21, 2013
I am honored to have known Mr. Mabel. It was very plain to see how much students meant to him and how, if given a second chance, things could improve for them. He never gave up. And, most importantly, it didn't matter who you were -- he saw each individual as a person. I'll miss working and talking with Mr. Mabel. Blessings to his family.