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February 15, 2019

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February 15, 2019
Cool Coach Cotter! Loved his history classes during my years at John Marshall High School, class of 1994.
February 15, 2019
Coach Cotter was one of my formulative teachers, having classes with him each year from 90-94. I've often thought of him over the years. Was very sad to see this but I imagine he's enjoying swimming and playing ball again. Until we meet again Coach!
S. Moore JMHS class of 94
February 14, 2019
I remember how hard Coach pushed me at Hoover. I wasn't popular or smart or great at sports but he still treated me as if I were. He was my favorite teacher and coach, he still is.

He was special before the accident and inspiring after it.
February 11, 2019
Phil and I were friends for years in Oklahoma City. In our "Wild Child" days we were known to have a pint or two at the various watering holes on the northside of OKC drinking down the music of the great masters such as ZZ TOP, Skynyrd and the Stones."Finally," says I,"a running buddy that loves to run with the wind and laugh at the sky as much as I." An intellectual mind with the stature of a dark humored warrior and at times, the heart of a loving child. Earth is a bit less these days, my friends, but the universe rejoices in the gain of a great, free spirit that now lights the heavens. God bless you, Phil. My heart weeps with sorrow yet my soul feels warm having known you for the time I was permitted. Great journeys to you my friend, forever. D.B. Coulson