Rest In Peace, Mr. Trembley.

The coronavirus has claimed another beloved teacher - this time, it's Victor Trembley, who taught at Kearsley and Grand Blanc high schools for more than three decades.

According to his obituary:

Victor received his Specialist accreditation in Education and was a beloved teacher for over thirty years at Grand Blanc and Kearlsey High Schools. He had many deep relationships with the people he worked with and the children he taught. With English as his passion, he was a craftsman with words and often composed poems and rhymes in his free time. He was never too busy to give students feedback on their papers or encouraging words to a struggling student. He positively impacted many children’s lives in the Grand Blanc area. Victor is also fondly remembered by many Grand Blanc high schoolers as the “cool guy who taught me to drive”. His patience and perseverance were never on display more than when he was teaching. Although he attended St. Matthew’s, he will forever be a Bobcat at heart.

You can read his full obit from Swartz Funeral Home HERE.

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