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Lorne Black


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Yes, Neil was a kind and gentle person. When we were in elementary school our fathers used to meet at our stable and ride horses on long winter evenings. Our job was to "cool" the horses after our fathers rode them. He was a nice person.

Please accept my deepest sympathies. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

My deepest sympathies. What a wonderful teacher he was.

A true Southern gentleman and friend to all. Rest in peace, my friend.

Mr. Black was the kindest man,he taught me humanities, and he was so much fun. He will be missed,Prayers to his family
and friends.

His picture brings back many memories of Buford School. He was an amazing teacher and one of the few that made an impression on my life that I will always remember. He was definitely one of the kindest, caring teachers I ever had. Prayers to the family, he was such a wonderful person and I was blessed to have had him as my teacher.

Dear Ann and Family. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers during this moment in your lives. I will forever remember the kind and wonderful person of Neil Black. He was well respected by the staff and students alike.

As I look at his picture here, I see that wonderful smile I remember from my days at Buford. Mr. Black seemed to always have this great smile on his face. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. Sorry for your loss.

Ann and family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. Neil was a very special person and teacher to his peers and students. He inspired all of us to do and be our best. Brenda


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