06/16/2012 ken maclean email@example.com
hull, ma, United States
I will always remember Dick as a good man, a class guy and one hell of an athlete. with great respect, Ken MacLean
06/14/2012 Silvina Faiella Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
North Easton, MA , USA
Nature's First Green Is Gold Her Hardest Hue to Hold Her Early Leaf's A Flower But Only So An Hour. Then Leaf Subsides To Leaf So Eden Sank To Grief So Dawn Goes Down To Day Nothing Gold Can Stay. HE WAS GOLDEN IN EVERY WAY. IN POETRY AND HUMANITY. Love: Ve
06/13/2012 Agnes email@example.com
Weymouth, MA, USA
I am so sorry to the Scanlon Family for your loss. I had Mr. Scanlon for a teacher at Quincy High School in the 60's . At that time he was only a sub teacher. As I remember everyone loved him. He made learning easy. RIP Mr Scanlon.
06/13/2012 Joe Coner firstname.lastname@example.org
Cohasset, MA, USA
Back in 1971 at QHS, Mr Scanlon was the "cool" new teacher with the long hair that everyone liked. He definitely made an impact on my academic life by making the classroom an enjoyable experience versus a chore. He encouraged me to be a better student and praised me when I did well. I want his family to know that Mr Scanlon was a great influence to many of us at QHS.
06/13/2012 Rosemary Aronson email@example.com
Please accept my condolences on the loss of your brother. He was my junior and high school classmate and we continued to stay in touch through his years at St Anselm's. He will be greatly missed by those that knew him as the excellent teacher he was and as the friend he was to many.
06/12/2012 Cheryle Totten firstname.lastname@example.org
Randolph, MA, USA
I was in Mr. Scanlon's first English class in 1971 and again in 1972. He was a terrific teacher and friend while I was in his class. I am truly saddened by his passing, he is warmly remembered.