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July 18, 2018

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December 8, 2016
I knew Steve from Wood Turner's. He always had a smile and a kind word. He was a gifted artist. My thoughts and prayers for his wife and family.
Sally Woodall
December 8, 2016
I first met Stephen Leichner in 1974 when he was a first grade teacher at the Nebinger Elementary School in South Philadelphia. Nebinger, at that time, was a very difficult school to work in. I had come into his classroom to introduce myself as the elementary mathematics specialist teacher assigned from the District Three/Mathematics Offices to support teachers. He was wearing a newspaper boy's apron with it's change pockets. The pockets were filled with "tokens" that he gave to students as rewards as he circulated around the room. His method was the best example of giving immediate positive reinforcement for student's efforts. We had a brief conversation about education pedagogy which we continued during my future visits to his school and classroom. He was one of the most talented teachers I have had the great honor to meet and work with. His efforts helped generations of students. Rest in peace.
December 5, 2016
Sorry to hear, Steve was a great guy and a good wood turner friend. R.I.P.