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August 18, 2018

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December 6, 2017
Sorry if this is a bit lengthy but it's the memory of Robert Ford I have and how it made an impact in my life. A group of us had driven down to the high school after our senior night festivities to write 84 rules on a large piece of plywood covering up a broken window in the cafeteria. It was late in the evening and we had taken all the precautions as not to get caught. Unfortunately moments after arriving someone had called the police thinking the school was being broken into. 4 police cars showed up and we had a lot of explaining to do. The officers were actually pretty cool and they let us go. They would be calling Monday to tell the administration about the incident. So we decided to show up early and face the music. There were 6 or eight of us. We walked into the office and asked if we could see the the principal. She let us into his office where he was busy writing something, one of the guys told he we are hear to talk about the incident Friday night. He stop writing and looked up at us and asked what incident? We explained what had happened and that we had no intention of damage if the school just painting on the plywood. We were all sure we would at the very least be looking at some detention time worst case suspension and missing graduation. He sat back and said you guys are pretty honorable guys, paint the board black and we will call it even. We all were shocked. That was great! But the best part came later. I'm not sure if I got this in my diploma or if it was mailed to me after graduation, but I received a note and a comic strip. Funky winkerbean to be exact. It was a principal standing at a podium giving remarks at a graduation. This years graduates have left their mark on this school.....unfortunately it was with spray paint! I felt very blessed to know he had taken time to think of me and the rest of the guys, and to know who I was! Sorry for your loss! The world has lost one of the true heroes! Philip Cirelli
December 3, 2017
One of the best. I was unfortunate to be in is office more then I wanted to be and yet got more words of guidance then reprimand.
December 3, 2017
Dick and I are so sorry to hear this. We remember Bob and Shirley with fondness. I will pass this information along to my mom, Lois. I know she will share in our prayers for the whole family. Thinking of you, Shirley.

Dick and Teri-jo (Ruhlander) Darrow
December 3, 2017