My deepest simpathy goes out to Mr. Kerr's family. I had the pleasure to work with Mr. Kerr at San Bernardino County Superintendent of schools. I came on board as his student. He taught me so much about the working world and how to run a tight ship in internal business to ensure proper Checks and balances. He gave me every opportunity to learn and grow in every aspect of internal business. He also taught me how to work with many different personalities and shared his wisdom for how to handle difficult situations. I am forever greatful that he took me under his wing and taugh me so much. He was a true leader in every sense of the word! I will never forget the day I went to work after school and I was in a rush. I parked my car in the parking structure like always and ran into work. I didn't notice that some of the parking spaces had been marked for a specific business. They were not like that before. When it was time for me to go home I went out to fund that my car was gone!!!!! Mr. Kerr came out after me and found me crying in the parking structure and he asked what was wrong. I told him I couldn't find my car and he laughed a little and said come on let me help you find your car. Well we never found it so he took me back in the office and had me call to report it stolen but to my surprise they told me it was towed because I parked in a parking space that was designated for other businesses. I felt so embarrassed. But Mr. Kerr just waited with me until someone picked me up. He had such a good heart. I'm sure he will truly be missed. May he Rest In Peace.
I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to Margaret and family in the passing of Tom Kerr. I was one of the many co-workers at San Bernardino County Schools that had the privilege of working under Tom Kerr while he served as Director of Internal Business. Tom Kerr was my favorite boss and I can say no one ever replaced his shoes. I learned so much from Tom and soon learned of his integrity, his fairness, his work ethics, his diplomacy, and his ability to solve problems so the job was done with a top priority of checks and balances. Many of his fellow workers were sad the day we were told Tom would no longer be our boss and now once again we feel that same loss. I pray that you will find comfort in the days ahead just knowing how much Tom was appreciated. We know he put in too many hours and as a family you had to constantly push him to take a vacation. Thank you for sharing Tom with us. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, may God bring you comfort as you share his memories. Sincerely, Vicki Egan
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