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August 19, 2018

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February 28, 2018
Bob and I were young hires at SUNY Brockport. We came to know each other first as doctoral students at the University of Rochester. One of my biggest disappointments was leaving Brockport and the many friends Bob and I shared. So many years since we have communicated without any good reason. Life takes us on strange and different paths. Bob always was one of my favorite people. He was bright, witty and just plain charming a really nice guy.
November 17, 2017
We are sincerely sorry about your loss. May God comfort you during this difficult time.
November 16, 2017
My deepest sympathy for the loss of your father. May he rest in peace. We shared the same hobby.
November 16, 2017
Thirty years ago, I was a graduate student of Dr. Blake's in several education classes. Additionally, he was my advisor and reader of my Master's thesis.
I can vividly recall his advocacy and love of education. He was an extremely competent teacher and mentor and a brilliant man; however, it was his kindness that I best remember.
On the last class before we were to begin our student teaching assignments, Dr. Blake went to the podium and looked out at our class of perhaps twenty students. I can almost recall his exact words when he gave his final advice to us.
He stated, "Aside from grammar and writing and literature, I want you to remember this one thing above all else: you will have no idea of the homes and backgrounds that your students come from each day, and you may be the only person that day who shows them any kindness. Remember that."
I will never forget those words; I will never forget Dr. Blake. May he rest in much deserved peace.