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Letter to the editor: 'All the best' to former Fox Chapel Area administrator Howard Bullard

| Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, 4:45 p.m.
Physical therapist Laura Teschke, with her former high school assistant principal and now patient, Howard Bullard.
Christine Manganas | For the Tribune-Review
Physical therapist Laura Teschke, with her former high school assistant principal and now patient, Howard Bullard.

‘All the best' to administrator

We were dismayed to read the article about former Fox Chapel Area administrator Howard Bullard's health issue (Herald; Nov. 9), but not surprised that he is going through it with good humor.

Just as we remember him, he always had a smile or a kind word in our dealings with him.

One dealing went like this: My son, Joshua, spoke at his Fox Chapel Area High School graduation, but we never got a video of the speech. Weeks later, we went to the high school office and there, luckily for us, was Mr. Bullard.

We stated our reason for coming, asking if there might be an extra video.

“Wait a moment,” Bullard said.

He returned with his own copy and handed it to Josh.

“I want you to have this,” he said.

That is Mr. Bullard, the fine gentleman you wrote about in your article.

All the best to you, Mr. Bullard.

Lillian Wolff

O'Hara resident

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