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Wilbur R. Kellogg Jr.
November 25, 1944 - February 2, 2019

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Dr. Lloyd Kilmer

Leclaire, IA

Bill was a tremendous colleague and great friend to the kids at Arlington. He was the best at teaching history and coaching his athletes. As his Principal, I always lined up new faculty with him as a mentor to bring them into the profession; I knew that they would be in good hands. Prayers to the family and all of his many friends.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Michelle Reed

Arlington, NE

Great memories of a great teacher, I can still hear his standard line "Students today we are going to grow, progress and become enlightened" . . . followed by a smile and a chuckle. I worked at Aksarben the last semester of my senior year so we always had plenty to talk about! May you all find comfort in your own memories of this very memorable man.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Debbie Wherley Carlson

Elkhorn, NE

i was fortunate to have Bill as a teacher in the 70s. His fun, and great personality was an asset to AHS. Rest In Peace!
Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Jon Misfeldt

Columbus, NE

As a golfer he taught me patience and composure - both of which were often absent in my game and life. Will always be thankful for the lessons. Best wishes to family and friends.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Merrit Gilmore

Arlington, NE

RIP Mr. Kellogg, you were a wonderful person and teacher. You taught me so much.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Angie (Hilgenkamp) March

Olathe, KS

My thoughts and prayers are with you as your mourn the loss of your father, brother, and friend. Mr. Kellogg taught my sister and I near the end of his teaching career and my dad at the beginning of his career. He made learning easy and fun! He was definitely an influential person in our education path, I can only imagine how much he meant to all of you. May your memories help you through this week, and the weeks to come.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019


Howard Howland

Bellevue, NE

RIP. He was a great teacher. He made learning interesting.
Monday, February 4, 2019


Patrick Thompson

Kennard, NE

Great teacher great guy. Role model. RIP MR. KELLOGG
Monday, February 4, 2019


Shawn Fuhrer

Frisco, TX

RIP Mr Kellogg, you are a fine man and such an influence on so many people.
In Gods Grace, your admirer,

Monday, February 4, 2019


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