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Saturday 23 June 2018
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Pantin humble, kind and dedicated

THE EDITOR: The death of my French teacher Clive Pantin took me by surprise.

He was a dedicated, dynamic and didactic teacher. He had a scintillating pleasant smile.

He was intrepid, a linchpin and an ingenious teacher. He truly cared for us and always did his utmost to guide and help us.

He was humble, kind, diligent and hard working. He had a unique golden voice.

I can never forget when we had to visit St Theresa’s RC Church we would walk and Sir would ride along with us on his bicycle.

May God bless his soul. My deepest and sincerest condolences to his family. I salute you, Sir.



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