Sad

Blairsville, GA

#1 Mar 5, 2014
I am a student at UCHS and the past several days have been hard for many of us. Mr. Rohrbaugh was good to all of us and we all knew he truly cared about us. I miss seeing him the gym and at the teacher table in the cafeteria. I miss him taking us bowling and on fitness walks all over the campus. He was always in a good mood and nice to everyone. He made pe fun and not just walking around in the gym. Thanks to all of our teachers who have been there for all of us this week. I am proud to be a student at this school but I worry it won't be the same since he is gone. I saw his funeral in the paper today and it didnt seem real.
RIP

Dawsonville, GA

#2 Mar 6, 2014
Sad wrote:
I am a student at UCHS and the past several days have been hard for many of us. Mr. Rohrbaugh was good to all of us and we all knew he truly cared about us. I miss seeing him the gym and at the teacher table in the cafeteria. I miss him taking us bowling and on fitness walks all over the campus. He was always in a good mood and nice to everyone. He made pe fun and not just walking around in the gym. Thanks to all of our teachers who have been there for all of us this week. I am proud to be a student at this school but I worry it won't be the same since he is gone. I saw his funeral in the paper today and it didnt seem real.
Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift. We all have lost loved ones, and we all thought they were important to the world, but life goes on and the sun shall come up in the morning. Let the deceased rest in peace.
Its Okay

Duluth, GA

#3 Mar 6, 2014
Sad wrote:
I am a student at UCHS and the past several days have been hard for many of us. Mr. Rohrbaugh was good to all of us and we all knew he truly cared about us. I miss seeing him the gym and at the teacher table in the cafeteria. I miss him taking us bowling and on fitness walks all over the campus. He was always in a good mood and nice to everyone. He made pe fun and not just walking around in the gym. Thanks to all of our teachers who have been there for all of us this week. I am proud to be a student at this school but I worry it won't be the same since he is gone. I saw his funeral in the paper today and it didnt seem real.
Dear Sad, he was a good man, and he will be missed. That is obvious from the tributes we have seen in honor of him. Grieving is a process and it will take time. He was blessed to have such a large number of people who loved and cared about him. Hang in there and understand that time heals all, and you will have happy days again at UCHS. Honor him by doing your best and being kind to others. God bless you and your peers!
uct

Blue Ridge, GA

#4 Mar 6, 2014
Its Okay wrote:
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Dear Sad, he was a good man, and he will be missed. That is obvious from the tributes we have seen in honor of him. Grieving is a process and it will take time. He was blessed to have such a large number of people who loved and cared about him. Hang in there and understand that time heals all, and you will have happy days again at UCHS. Honor him by doing your best and being kind to others. God bless you and your peers!
Great and thoughtful answer Agree 100%.Tell people that you are close to that you love them ,do not wait.
shame

Blairsville, GA

#5 Mar 11, 2014
He should have been the super for Union County.
Luca Brasi

Duluth, GA

#6 Mar 13, 2014
Hey Shame and you others, short memory syndrome! Wake up, this is the same guy as principal was e-mailing pornography around on school computers. Superintendant Tommy Stephens did nothing because he was busy banging other women. New "Super" Gary Stepp had enough, gave him the big ultimatum, return to the classroom or be terminated.
He should have been fired and had his teacher certification revoked, do you think any other teacher would have received this "deal", heavens NO, espcially when his brother in law is on the school board. CORUPTION!!!
GET WITH THE PROGRAM PEOPLE
Enough Said

Blairsville, GA

#7 Mar 13, 2014
Sad, and others who loved and admired this man, do not let the haters on this site cloud your memories of this wonderful man. Those of us who knew him knew what he was all about and knew how much he cared for and loved the students at Union County Schools. We all make mistakes, and lucky for most of us, those mistakes are not blown out of proportion and thrown back in our face over and over again. He took it all in stride. He was a good man with a good heart, and he did a great job!

Luca Brasi, I hope you find some peace and contentment. Life is too short for such bitterness. There is no point in trying to destroy a man who has passed. Remember there are young students who are hurting and knew this man as someone who loved them, cared about them, and supported them. Let them have that memory.
UR Pitiful

Blairsville, GA

#8 Mar 14, 2014
Luca Brasi wrote:
Hey Shame and you others, short memory syndrome! Wake up, this is the same guy as principal was e-mailing pornography around on school computers. Superintendant Tommy Stephens did nothing because he was busy banging other women. New "Super" Gary Stepp had enough, gave him the big ultimatum, return to the classroom or be terminated.
He should have been fired and had his teacher certification revoked, do you think any other teacher would have received this "deal", heavens NO, espcially when his brother in law is on the school board. CORUPTION!!!
GET WITH THE PROGRAM PEOPLE
Anyone who would write a post like the above is a complete pathetic Bitch - period!
U R PITIUL

Blairsville, GA

#9 Mar 14, 2014
UR Pitiful wrote:
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Anyone who would write a post like the above is a complete pathetic Bitch - period!
no what the shame is if that is true and he got by with that and was not punished, that is what is really pathetic
trail90

Murphy, NC

#10 Mar 14, 2014
U R PITIUL wrote:
<quoted text> no what the shame is if that is true and he got by with that and was not punished, that is what is really pathetic
You are classless ,cruel and have no common respect for human life.(perfect also)
snuffy lamont

Jefferson, GA

#11 Mar 14, 2014
was not a big fan of Ed, and even if you disliked the man please cut the negative crap. we have all made mistakes. also remember Ed is not here to defend himself.
Enough Said

Blairsville, GA

#12 Mar 14, 2014
snuffy lamont wrote:
was not a big fan of Ed, and even if you disliked the man please cut the negative crap. we have all made mistakes. also remember Ed is not here to defend himself.
I knew him. I saw what a great man he was. The kids knew he loved them, and his co-workers and family KNEW he was a good man. It doesn't really matter what others thought.

Haters are going to hate, and you bashing this man anonymously only a forum where students who loved him have come to express their grief only serves to make you look small and heartless. Your words are very hurtful to those who love him and are struggling to cope with the enormous loss his passing has left in their lives. They have done nothing to you. Shame on YOU!

My thoughts and prayers are with his wife, his students, and his many friends. I was both honored and blessed to have know this man.
Luca Brasi

Dawsonville, GA

#13 Mar 15, 2014
I didn't hate the man. I hated what he did as a school administrator on school time on a school computer and nothing happened and it was all swept under the carpet.
snuffy lamont

Jefferson, GA

#14 Mar 16, 2014
As my brother Briscoe opined one day, why the windshield of a car is bigger than the rear view mirror, we need to look ahead not behind. because what is in the past needs to be forgotten. we only need to look at the furure.
good one

Cleveland, GA

#15 Mar 16, 2014
snuffy lamont wrote:
As my brother Briscoe opined one day, why the windshield of a car is bigger than the rear view mirror, we need to look ahead not behind. because what is in the past needs to be forgotten. we only need to look at the furure.
tell that to all the unfits on topix that love to attack a persons past history, life is learned by our past mistakes, it's what we do after the mistakes that count.
in reality

Blairsville, GA

#16 Mar 16, 2014
Luca Brasi wrote:
I didn't hate the man. I hated what he did as a school administrator on school time on a school computer and nothing happened and it was all swept under the carpet.
Good thing you don't "hate the man". I would hate to see what you post to the world about someone you did hate.#holierthanthouattitude #youareanass
wonderin

Blairsville, GA

#17 Mar 17, 2014
good one wrote:
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tell that to all the unfits on topix that love to attack a persons past history, life is learned by our past mistakes, it's what we do after the mistakes that count.
Kinda' like those that attack tmv's past? By the way, ALL history is in the past.

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