“Mr. Sare, I would love to thank you for being the best teacher I ever had. 30 years ago, wish I could have been closer to see you through the years.
“This is heartbreaking to hear! My third grade teacher that moved me to tears when he came to my house to see me off as I moved across the country! I remember the day like it were yesterday and try to move my own third graders with a gentle heart as I followed in the footsteps of Mr. Sare who touched my life so long ago! ??
“Mr. Sare- what a great teacher and role model. I vividly remember my 5th grade class he shared the room with Mrs. Nakashima. We were a handful back then and Mr. Sare made us feel safe and sound each day. My blessings go out to his family.
“My brother and I were sharing stories about Conrad Noll over winter break. Mr. Sare was our favorite teacher. He inspired me and gave me so much confidence. He would even have us perform for the class, our dance routines, he had heard about. I decided I needed to let him know that I am now a teacher due to his inspiration. Mr. Sare, I am so sorry I was not able to let you know personally. I am deeply saddened by this news, but I want your family to know how much you touched the lives...
“A respected and beloved teacher. I hope he knew how many lives he touched in such a positive way!
“Mr.sare was my teacher in 5th grade. I loved his class. so sad to hear he passed. my prayers go out to his family and loved ones. R.I.P mr.sare.
“I just found out from my brother about Mr. Sare. I am so sorry to hear about his passing. I had him as a teacher he was my favorite teacher in fact I always talk about him with my kids. He was so funny. I remember he would even come to see some of my soccer games on the weekends. Heaven has a new angel. God bless his family.
“My sister and I also had the opportunity to learn from Mr. Sare at Conrad Noll. I remember him well and am sad to hear of his passing. My thoughts are with his family at this most difficult time.
“Mr Sare was the best! He had an amazing sense of humor and made elementary school much more enjoyable. He had a lasting impact and I'll never forget him. RIP Mr Sare.
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Gene Raymond Sare Resident of Tracy Gene, 83 passed away on Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at home surrounded by his loving family after a short battle with the "cooties". He was born April 10, 1930 in Boise, Idaho to the late Mary and Tom Sare. An Air Force Veteran of the Korean War, Mr....Read More