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January 23, 2018

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January 16, 2014
John was a very bright man, a great bridge player, and a super friend. I will miss his energy.
January 15, 2014
One of my favorite teachers, he inspired me in math and science and set a course for my entire career. I owe him much. Hopefully I can pay back that debt by inspiring my own students, but I'm doubtful I can measure up to his standard of excellence. We miss you, Mr. Grandine.

Brian S. Donahue, MD, PhD
(PS: I can still prove the Pythagorean theorem, thanks to you!)
January 15, 2014
My deepest condolences to the Grandine family. Mr. Grandine was a great teacher who always pushed his students to achieve to their capabilities. He will be missed as one of the truly dedicated HUHS faculty.
January 15, 2014
I first met Mr. G while a child at the Methodist church. While I never had him as a teacher (my loss), he was beloved by students and staff at HUHS. I managed the boys' swim team and his nephew (my friend Bill) swam. He did all the announcing. In 1995, I got my first teaching job covering a leave at HUHS. He came by the first day to hug me and welcome me. He was a great colleague. It took a while to call him "John" but he relished former students coming back as colleagues. His nephew and I remained friends so I saw him at his cabin, family events and weddings. He always asked about my parents and sister (who was adored Mr. G despite a deep math phobia). He was an amazing man and educator. My deepest sympathies to the Grandine and Klockow families.
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