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August 22, 2019
So sorry to hear. Our deepest condolences.

Joan and Sharyn WOFAS
August 21, 2019
Mr. Lichtenstein was one of the great teachers who came to teach at West Kinney Jr. High when it was opened in 1957. He was an educator who truly cared about his students education. He made sure that his students were knowledgeable of the components of Social Studies (history, geography, economics, civics & government, and society).

I think about Mr. Lichtenstein every day as I read the New Times, because in his class you had to buy the Times, New York Herald Tribune or the New York Journal-American.

My condolences to the family,
John Dixon
West Kinney Jr. High (class of 1961)
August 21, 2019
I have great memories of my 7/8 th grade homeroom / social studies teacher. My educational experience is colored with what I learned at West Kinney Jr. High. He was one of the new group of young teachers hired to accommodate the 1950's experiment to accommodate the transition to high school.

Mr. Lichtenstein addressed our academic skills and nurtured potential, as did the cadre of fine young, eager students we were. In addition, he included our parents in the process. The bond between school and parent was nurtured in his class. He never accepted less than the best of one's ability.

His dedication is appreciated, his memory remains. May he rest in peace. Shalom

Joyce Swain (1959-1961) West Kinney Jr. High
(1961-1964)
August 21, 2019
Great memories of my 7th and 8th grade homeroom/history teacher at West Kinney Junior High from 1959 - 1961. He was a member of a dedicated bunch of "real teachers" who engaged us, as well as our parents in regard to assisting with development of our academic potentials. This was instrumental in my survival at Weequahic high as a competitive student.

Would that more would be like he was during his educational tenure: he recognized potential, adjusted to learning styles, and more importantly, treated everyone, no matter the origin, as a palette for knowledge that would eventually contain the necessities he shared.

May he rest in peace. Shalom

Joyce Swain
West Kinney (1959-1961)
Weequahic (1961-1964)
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