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July 23, 2018

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August 18, 2016
Dear Faber family - a friend in the Jessamine County Schools sent this to me. Although I had not seen Dr. Faber in sometime, he was a great teacher, scholar, mentor, and friend. I am deeply saddened to learn of his passing. I was the graduate assistant in the Dept. of Administration from 1977-1979; we played hearts nearly everyday at lunch and used the Faber weighted scoring system to determine the King of Hearts each month. We also had a long standing bet on the number of games ACC and Big 10 basketball teams would win in all post season tournaments. I learned how to drive in the snow one day when he gave me a ride home in s snow storm - I used to ride the bus and we lived pretty near each other. I graduated in 1980 and Dr. Faber was on my doctoral committee and he actually called me to tell me about a vacancy that became my first superintendent's position. I served 33 years as a superintendent in four districts and retired three years ago. I teach in the doctoral program in Ed. Leadership at High Point University in NC and serve as a local county commissioner in Forsyth County (Winston-Salem). He will be greatly missed and my prayers remain with you in this difficult time.

Don Martin
August 16, 2016
My sincere sympathy to the family. Although I never met him, he was gracious in providing information in my genealogy search for my family ancestors.
Rhonda "Gilliam" Brower, Omaha, NE
August 14, 2016
He was one of my Doctoral professors- and he was very inspiring. For 12 years I lived on the next street over from him, and sometimes we would go walking together. We moved and I lost touch with him. So very sorry to hear this. He was a special person in many ways.