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Tim Gomez, CEO of Dixon Ticonderoga, speaks at Northeastern High School where he attended as a youth and was delivering 50, 000 pencils in memory of his deceased English teacher, Wednesday, May 7.
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Tim Gomez, CEO of Dixon Ticonderoga, speaks at Northeastern High School where he attended as a youth and was delivering 50, 000 pencils in memory of his deceased English teacher, Wednesday, May 7.

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Wilma Flood had a big impact on Timothy Gomez when he was a student scuffling through her English classes at Northeastern High School nearly three decades ago.

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