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August 16, 2018

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June 22, 2018
John Lusco taught me more about the English language than any other teacher and his subject? Latin. Throughout two years of Latin classes at W.A. Berry High School, he was patient, kind and encouraging and instilled a sense of academic confidence in this someway wayward and unfocused student. After more than 4 decades as a broadcast journalist, beginning in Birmingham, and now Chicago, John Lusco gets no small credit for my wonderful career. I'd love for him to know I can still decline the Latin verb "to be" in all tenses: sum, es, est, sumus, estis, sunt. Thanks John Lusco! Steve Sanders, WGN TV Chicago.
December 22, 2017
My favorite all time teacher and friend. Gone too soon. I was blessed to see him at the 50 year Berry High Reunion. What a great man and teacher he was! I was in his very first Latin class at Berry....1963.
December 4, 2017
John was a wonderful friend to our entire family, and especially to our daughter Caroline. Ephy and I worked together with John on the Latin and JCL fronts for over forty years. All of the past, present and future students and teachers of Latin in Alabama owe him a great debt of gratitude. John was teacher who made a real difference, and we are thankful that he was such a meaningful part of our lives.
December 3, 2017
What an incredible positive influence John had on the lives of hundreds of boarders that were fortunate enough to have him as their parent away from home. Kind, gentle, and wise. Heaven will rejoice his arrival as we morn his departure. Good speed John Lusco.