Romstadt shows how to be a good man

The letter to the editor from William Romstadt in the Saturday (Feb. 2) Alpena News was inspiring was inspiring.

He spoke of the young men who shoveled his driveway. Three thoughts: Mr. Romstadt found out thei rnames, as a gentleman would, so he would know who to thank, or the young men knew him from his unexcelled teaching in the school system as a teacher and a substitute teacher, or a good man is just somehow recognizable.

All these are probably true. Mr. Romstadt was my teacher in high school when he was a new teacher. He taught his subjects and sports well and memorably and tuaght young men how to become, like him, a good man.

His example must be rubbing off on the young men of Alpena.