Tribute To Bob Vaughn

I met Bob Vaughn in 1971 when I came to work for The Deer Park School District.

Bob was a Journalism Teacher at DPHS and loved by his students. Watching Bob teach, encourage, demonstrate, discipline and love his students was a source of great pleasure to me and the entire staff. I learned to appreciate Bob Vaughn for his humor, courage, talent, Christian values and his dedication to his family. He never hesitated to let me know how he felt and he always gave me a  chance to engage him in serious discussions.

Bob was an inspiration to many students and faculty members especially to me personally. I loved his work, his talent and his contribution to my life. I will always be thankful that I worked with, learned from and admired Bob Vaughn.

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