Spencer has been a shining light in my history classes at CCV. His love of history is felt not only by me but by the other students in the room as well. As the teacher, I also learned much from Spencer. We talked often about his wanting to become a history teacher and where he might want to go to college to fulfill his dream. The children of future classrooms will face a loss with Spencer not being able to fulfill that dream of becoming the most caring and knowledgeable history teacher I know he would have been.
I shall miss such a bright light and caring, wonderful, friendly, and intelligent young man. His seat remains empty now as we all remember his smile and wonderful commentary that he shared each week.
I shall always remember Spencer's smile, joy, and inquisitiveness on our Washington trip where we
were steeped in history. He loved every minute of it and absorbed so much of America's history in the week we were there. The memories of his enjoyment will live in Mr. G's and my heart forever. Rest in peace Spencer, and shine your history enthusiasm from above.
Love, Ms. G
Saturday March 25, 2017 at 1:06 pm