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April 01, 2017
I had the pleasure of having Sid as a teacher and coach at Whatcom and as a teammate with the Bells. Not only was he a role model for all of us, he was also a mentor for so many of us. So sorry for your loss. Norm Webstad
February 25, 2017
Sid was my science teacher and baseball coach. I remember him hitting towering fly balls over the scoreboard and screen behind the left field fence and as a referee.
February 25, 2017
Just came across this and must write on behalf of my Dad, Dick Plank. We spent many happy summers with Sid and Jettie and the kids and the Sands family next door at Lk Whatcom. My Dad played baseball with "Mr. Vansinderen" and all of the Plank kids were privileged to have him for Science at Whatcom. He truly is with the angels now, golfing and laughing and united with his loved ones in heaven.
February 21, 2017
Sorry to hear about Sid's passing. I had him for science at Whatcom in the early 1950's and as M/sgt VanSinderen when I was a member of U.S.M.C.R.'s 56th Special Infantry Co.
February 19, 2017
Eighth grade science, we called him "Sexy Sid" On a hot day in class, the windows were open and he caught me flying paper airplanes out the window....he gave me " the board of education." RIP Mr. VanSinderen and thank you for your service to the USA.
Dale Woulf, the Philippines
February 19, 2017
Very sorry to read this.
February 19, 2017
Mr. VanSinderen was one of my favorite teachers at Whatcom. I am so very sorry for your loss.
February 18, 2017
So sorry to hear of Sids passing . Marine , teacher,coach, friend ! RIP SID !
February 18, 2017
Dear Sharon:
George and I were so sorry to hear of Sid's passing. I had him for a teacher at Whatcom and you can imagine the delight I felt when we moved into Chartwell and found that Sid and Jettie were our neighbors! We enjoyed him so much. A real character and a loving gentleman. We are so sorry for your loss.
February 18, 2017
I had Mr.VanSinderen for 8th grade Science at Whatcom Middle School.I remember him being fair,but definitely expected his students to take learning seriously.Prayers for comfort and peace to his family.

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