It was with deep sadness I learned of Elvin Fisher’s death. We all share wonderful memories of this man. Mine start when he was Principal of Badin School and I consulted him about a problem with my youngest son, Lee. A Korean orphan that we had adopted, Lee was facing racial slurs from other children at the school. ”I’ll take care of it,” said Mr. Fisher, and he did. We never knew how he took care of it nor cared to ask. He had his ways. Other memories include my first Better Badin meeting where Mr. Fisher (it took a long time for me to call him Elvin) presided like Buddha on this throne. Without raising his voice he could call a roomful of chattering attendees to order in two seconds flat. Mr. Fisher–Elvin–loved children and he loved Badin. And we loved him. May he rest in peace. Bridget Huckabee.