Remembering Great Educators and Great Men: Kenneth Tolbert and William Clark, Sr. - Blogging Black Miami

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Thursday, March 08, 2012


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Great article! may their should rest in peace, and we'll always remember their contribution.

brandi clark

William Clark was my father. What I will remember the most is his love of family and people. He always had a way with people. Whether it be be standing in line at a grocery store or sitting in the waiting room of a doctors office, counseling with, informing or just lending a kind ear was always his way. He was a giver and a devout Christian and he will surely be missed by my entire family. In the words of the late Lou rawls, "you'll never find......another live like mine" thank u so much for posting


This is a very good article. It's a tribute to those great men.

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