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Remembering Ralph McQueary: He was a great teacher

Jennifer Coffey Appleby writes:
Mr. McQueary was a great teacher. I had Drivers Ed under Mr. McQueary and he taught me a lot. As teenagers, getting their license, most are ready to get out on the road as soon as possible. I was proud to be in his class and learn so much from him. I had just gotten my permit in June and had open heart surgery in July before I started my Drivers Ed class in August therefore I had not gotten to drive very much. I feel his class has helped me to be the driver that I am today. I have never been pulled over, gotten a ticket or been in an accident, Thank God and thank Mr. McQueary for teaching me so much! I looked up to him, he will be greatly missed. -Jennifer Coffey Appleby
Comments re article 43586. Ralph McQueary, Columbia, KY (1937-2011)




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