“Mr. Clyde made learning fun, he was a Great teacher. My thought and prayers to his family, Rest In Peace, Mr. Clyde.
“Mr. Clyde is one of those teachers you remember your whole life. He was a funny and nice man. You could expect the unexpected in class. Some of the things he would say would have us all laughing. My prayers are with you and your family. God bless.
“Mr. Clyde was my 10th grade Math teacher over 40 years ago, I thought about him quite often over the years. He was one of the best teachers I ever had and he left an everlasting impression on me, as I am sure he did with all the students that entered his classroom. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time. Rest in Peace Mr. Clyde.
“I am very sorry for your loss. Mr. Clyde will always be fondly remembered as a great teacher.
Vivian (Pendino)Friedman class of 73.
“What a sweet and funny man. He was a great teacher (no calculators allowed in his math class)and coworker who always made us laugh. . I still remember some of his funny sayings like "What in the "hall" are you doing?" when he'd catch kids out of class. Miss him. Prayers are with Sally and her family.
“I will always remember Pat's wonderful sense of humor and good heart. He was an exceptional teacher, person and co-worker.Our sympathy goes out to his wife Sally and family.
“Mr. Clyde was a great teacher and one of my favorites. I ran into him several times in Brandon and he always remembered me. Prayers for your family. TBT c/o 1988.
“He was a great teacher, made it fun to learn. My deepest sympathies go to his family. He was and always will be remebered fondly.
“My prayers and condolences to your family. He was a great teacher and helped mold the lives of his students.
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CLYDE, Francis Patrick "Pat," 82, long time Brandon area resident passed away quietly on February 14, 2013. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of the Korean War and retired from classroom teaching at Tampa Bay Tech High School in Tampa. He was preceded in death by parents, Francis and Faye...Read More