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Feedback Friday: Former Students Remember CHS Teacher

It's time to get your thoughts on some of the stories KRBC has covered in this week's Feedback Friday!
It's time to get your thoughts on some of the stories KRBC has covered in this week's Feedback Friday!

First, to the Abilene man sentenced to life in prison for multiple crimes, including taking part in the attack and robbing of an elderly man.

On our Facebook page Melissa said,

"On this one I am really split. How can murderers and rapist get away with out a life sentenced, but all this man did was pull a gun out at someone (Which didn't kill someone) and then have 2 drug charges."

Jay keeps it short and simple by saying,

"Give the judge a medal!"

Now to the beloved Cooper High School teacher who died of natural causes this week.

Angel says,

"Mr. Gossard was a great teacher. Had him for AP economics. He was really funny and always had the class laughing. I never once saw him sad, he was always happy and ready to teach! He will be missed."

Jami continues the love by saying,

"I had Mr. Gossard freshman year for world history. He was an amazing teacher, he was tough but taught well. Always had a smile on his face! I'm sad that he has passed, he will be missed dearly by many. His family is in my thoughts and prayers."
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