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August 27, 2013

Ex-students give Ron Kozar high grades

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Niagara Gazette — Some excerpts: 

"He was my favorite math teacher in high school; he made learning math fun! He was an incredible human being" — Stacy Lauzonis

"Mr. Kozar was one of the best teachers there was. He was funny and kind, and made you want to learn. I remember his Algebra Adage worksheets that were always so much fun. A truly wonderful man who touched many, many lives." —Charlotte Beatty Destino

"No only was he a wonderful teacher, but he was a wonderful human being. Ron, say 'Hi' to my Dad for me. If there is bowling in Heaven, you two can be on the same team again." — Linda Newman.  

MORE INSIDE • See Ronald Kozar's obituary on page 4

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