Robert H. Bednarczuk

Lebanon, Ohio

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I had Mr. B. for 7th grade science. I can still remember him reciting the Beatitudes with great emotion. For years after I graduated, my parents would see Mr. B. at events and he always asked about me. I never knew how much he cared for all of his students until years later. He is truly a great man and will be missed.
My prayers and sympathy for your loss.

Mr.Bee was my home room teacher when I came to the Lebanon School district in 7th grade.I use to love hearing his stories.I would sometimes giggle at him when he would wear his coat and tie with his cowboy boots.He encouraged me to try out for cheerleading that year to help with makeing new friends,he was right. He will be missed and remembered always!

Did not have Mr. Bee as a teacher but he was a great influence on all of us. We have lost another from the Great Generation. He will have a new audience in Heavens for his great stories. Sorry for your loss.

How well I remember Mr. Bee's great smile! He always had a kind word for all of 'his' kids. Sorry for your loss.

A great man a privilege to have been one of his students

In 1971 I was working for Texas Eastern Pipeline near Lebanon. It was common for Texas Eastern to hire teachers during the summer for right of way mowing and other summer related jobs. Bob and I met and right away we became friends. I parked my car next to his in the parking lot one morning. I used to parachute up at the Waynsville airstrip back then. Bob saw the parachute in my back seat. He stared at it and I could tell his thoughts were in motion. "Do you jump", I asked....

This is what a true hero is.


Robert's Obituary

News Death NoticeBEE (a.k.a. BEDNARCZUK), Robert H. 88, of Lebanon, World War II veteran and P.O.W., one of 12 children, husband, father, grandfather, inventor, lawyer, and teacher, passed away Tuesday, May 14, 2013. Mr. Bee, as he was affectionately called by his students, lived a life...

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