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Cambridge Springs Teacher Honored

<img src="/images/Multi_Media/yourerie/nxd_media/img/jpg/2009_03/b53692c2-721b-afa4-f11b-8054c3186f4c/raw.jpg" alt=" " align="left" />Richard Mumau died on February 7th.
 A veteran Cambridge Springs teacher was honored today by students and faculty of Cambridge Springs Elementary School and the Penncrest School District. Richard Mumau taught for 35 years in the school district. He had just submitted his letter of retirement to the district, when he died February 7th. He taught physical education and was a coach for more than two decades. With his wife Sandy and their children in attendance, the schools student body and fellow teachers honored him today with a video remembrance, music, poems, letters of honor, and a surprise. Edinboro University President Dr Jeremy Brown posthumously awarded Mumau a JET-TV Edinboro University Golden Apple Award. The honor is presented weekly to an outstanding area teacher, nominated by students. See the full Golden Apple Report Wednesday March 4th at 6pm, on Action News 24 on JET-TV.
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