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1926 - 2018 Obituary Condolences
Eugene S. Wloch Obituary
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September 23, 2018

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June 29, 2018
Mr. Wloch was someone who changed my life and was a source of inspiration for me throughout my life. He was my 5th grade teacher at Priest Elementary School (we met in January 1976). I was in the first class of students to be bussed to Priest after the Federal order to desegregate the Detroit Public Schools. I was ten years old and full of anxiety although very excited for the opportunity to attend Priest. Mr. Wloch made all of the students whom were "bussed" feel very welcomed. I will never forget how he gave us an exam and he shared that our results were very good on a national scale. He then shared with us we should never feel inferior to anyone and be proud of whom we are; he told us how it was important to a be a good moral person is the most important thing in life - not our skin color. He even talked to us about race, discrimination, and injustice. He had the courage and wisdom to take on those topics - he was special. You can not imagine how liberating this was to me. I loved him because he was so wonderful and he had the love and compassion to make us feel like we could be successful in life. To his family, I wish to say that Mr. Wloch was a blessing to me. I received the greatest dose of self-affirming confidence from being one of his students. He gave me faith to chase my dreams. I pray that God will grant you all comfort and His peace as I know your hearts must be bearing a heavy load of loss. May God bless you and keep you in his care. You and I have the blessed hope to see him again in the mansion that Christ has prepared for Mr. Wloch, you and I.