One on my favourite teachers
A true gentleman, made life a little better for everyone he met.
Most peaceful and calm man ever. Always smiling. Rest In Peace .
A real gentleman. The boarding school experience would have been a lot more enjoyable if there had been more teachers like him.
Made my 1984 LC Chemistry one of my fav. classes, a true gentleman, always willing for help and a friendly chat. Hope he is still in full health and having a good retirement.
Never cared much for the school experience......he was a kind gentleman who brightened the days there...briefly reconnected with him one day years later ...Fr. Manning happily towed me with his little car when I was stranded
A real gentleman back in 1983. Still is too. Hope he's enjoying his fly fishing somewhere.
Forget Teaching, Manning was the man and treated us all well
nice man and a gentleman but not a very good teacher seemed to fly through the honours chemistry with no idea on how to teach it . He will be missed hope you enjoy retirment sir
A true gentleman. In five years I never once saw him get angry. The perfect professional. Enjoyed his classes.
Sound teacher. didnt really try to teach chemistry just a few oul titrations, etc. highlight of the day tho,calming atmosphere, free from the pressure of the lc
SOUND MAN SEAN, HE APPROACHED EVERY SITUATION IN A CALM MOOD AND ALWAYS TREATED THE BORDERS WELL, CANT SAY A BAD WORD
no,no what the hell do ya think your doin'!! love shane black
One of the nicest priests in the school caught me smoking but was cool about it
ya and bring a sleeping bag as well, and an alarm clock to wake you at 4pm. you really will be in a deep sleep
then again my class had only 5 students.
he is one of the few teachers who will admit when he doesn't know something and he will then try to out
how this man became a teacher is a mystery to me!he cant explain anything