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August 15, 2018

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December 3, 2017
Mr. Maino was a mentor and a lifetime friend. I will miss him dearly. I loved the red rules and Maino dollars! Joe, you will always be the best.
December 3, 2017
Mr. Maino was my favorite teacher in junior high. He was my home room teacher in 6th grade, and taught math and science. He was a great role model and mentor and really fostered my interest in biology and conservation. I am sorry I lost touch with him after high school. I went on to become a professional botanist and teacher and have tried to carry on Mr. Maino's tradition of encouragement and gentle good humor. Thank you Mr. Maino, for being an important part of my life.
Walter Fertig, PhD.
Olympia, WA
December 1, 2017
Was a pleasure having you as my teacher. Those times will never leave me. Until we meet again my friend.
December 1, 2017
Thank you, Joe Maino, for being a bright spot in my day in 6th grade and for making your classroom a place of happiness, inclusiveness and fun. You know you've done something right in your life as a teacher when generations of students call you family. What a legacy you've left behind.