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Dave Murphy, '66 retires
Congratulations, Dave! You've been a terrific model and teacher to your students. Thank you.
Dave writes:

"I'm retiring from teaching and tomorrow Wednesday, is my last day. I am reminded on this auspicious day of a poem that I learned from my hero Tim Morgon many years ago;

"The Moon may kiss the stars on high
The stars can kiss the bright blue sky
The little dew drops can kiss the grass,
and you my friends....farewell!"
 

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Deborah Kramer on May 28, 2012 at 8:05 AM said:

Congradulations on a suucssful career. You deserve to retire. Are you going to spend more time on your music. I love to hear you sing and play yout instrument
dsmurphy74@sbcglobal.net on September 30, 2009 at 7:32 PM said:

Thanks Patti and Ken!! Yes, it's getting to be that time of life for us.
I really appreciate your good thoughts! My best to you too!!
Patti Powers, '65 on September 30, 2009 at 11:20 AM said:

Dave,
Congratulations on your retirement. I know that you have made a difference in many children's lives with your conscientious work. Now, it's your turn to "play" and spend time with your own children. Best of luck.
Ken Slezak on September 30, 2009 at 10:53 AM said:

Way to go Dave! I remember your great work ethic at practice while out on the Sunny Hills track...a role model for many. You were an excellent athlete and a leading shot putter in California track & field. You never "dropped the ball." In fact you flung the old iron quite a distance! Best wishes on a well earned retirement!

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For more information on singer Tim Morgon, copy and paste:

www.timmorgon.com/

We haven't found a video of Tim singing .. yet.