In Memoriam -- Michael Bash (T-13)
Michael Bash(T-13) passed away at his home in Thessaloniki, Greece on Jan
30, 2012. He served two years as a teacher in Karamanli, Turkey,
from 1966-1968. He later was a Peace Corps recruiter in the Midwest.
Michael taught English at Anatolia College In Thessaloniki for 35 years
retiring in 2008.
Michael's obituary from the T-13 Global Reunion
March 2, 2012
The Tribune-Star [Terre Haute, IN]
TERRE HAUTE ó Michael R Bash of Thessaloniki, Greece, died
at his home on Jan. 30, 2012. He was born Sept. 18, 1944, in Terre Haute,
to James R. Bash and Virginia L. Bash.
He attended Wiley High School and graduated from Indiana University in
1966. He received a masterís degree in history from the University of
Michigan in 1972, and a masterís degree from Indiana University in
education in 1973. Michael served as a teacher in the Peace Corps for two
years in Turkey. He taught English as a foreign language at Anatolia
College in Thessaloniki, for more than 30 years. He was chairman of the
English department before retiring in 2008. Michael enjoyed language
study, cooking, history, current events, music and etymology.
He is survived by his wife Katherine; his sons, Aaron and David; his
brother, David; and his cousins, John Lowry and Vera Bagley.
Memorial contributions can be made in his memory to the James R. and
Virginia L. Bash Scholarship at the Indiana State University Foundation,
30 N. 5th St., Terre Haute, IN 47809.
---- From TribStar.com