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UPDATE, BREAKING NEWS: Rural accident is deadly - The Kaufman Herald : News

UPDATE, BREAKING NEWS: Rural accident is deadly

Posted: Thursday, September 8, 2011 12:00 am

Loyd Cook

A two-vehicle head-on collision Thursday morning left two dead on a rural farm-to-market road southeast of Kaufman.

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  • anonymous posted at 9:32 am on Mon, Sep 24, 2012.

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    As I read this it breaks my heart. I knew Ninette Gotcher, the mom, the stepmom, the wife, the Christian, the caregiver, the ex daughter-in-law, the insurance worker who left her own family for months to help others after the hurricane, the friend to all...she was a good woman who would never knowingly harm anyone and she deserves the same respect that Mr Kemper deserves in death. It was a horrible accident, none except those who where there (GOD) knows exactly what happened..speculation only causes pain for everyone left behind. Nothing but prayers & sympathy for your loss...please give the same courtesy to my dear friend & her family.

     
  • anonymous posted at 12:33 pm on Thu, Sep 15, 2011.

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    I just want to say that it is incredible how both of them passed away!! Mr. Kemper was one of my favorite teachers back when i was in 6th grade. He was amazing and had such a great heart! I will miss him dearly and Mrs. Gotcher i remember having her as my sub a couple of times she was a sweetheart always had candy for the students. :( May both of them Rest In Peace! I will keep them in my prayers

     
  • anonymous posted at 3:56 pm on Tue, Sep 13, 2011.

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    We all have our appointed time and we all just need to be ready! Please do not cause harm to the family by talking negative about things you fully don't know about because all facts have not been given. Apparently, Mr. Kemper was a good person per the previous remarks and that is wonderful to know! I knew Ninette, she was a wonderful spirit and person in Christ. Be ye careful of what you say about people because you never know when it is your turn and what others would have to say about you. What kind of legacy are you going to leave?Matthew 7:1-5 please take a read Ninette, I will miss you, you were so kind to me such a sweet spirit! F.R.O.G. (Fully Relying On God)

     
  • anonymous posted at 3:26 pm on Sun, Sep 11, 2011.

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    I worked with Mr. Kemper for four years at Seagoville MS. He was an awesome science teacher and a great friend. We were in the same POD for two years. I loved walking by his room as he would tell students that they ate raw eggs (it's in ice cream), or that he was going out to shoot things rip off their hides and eat their flesh. The girls would squeal and the guys would have eyes bugging out. It was really funny.Ms. Gotcher was the mom of one of my students my first year teaching. She was always one who would come to the campus if needed when I had problems with her son. She was supportive of both the teachers, as well as her son's. She also was a substitute for my class on several occasions after her son was in 8th grade so that she would not be a sub in one of his classes.Both will be missed greatly.RIP "Pappa Bear" and Ms. G.

     
  • anonymous posted at 2:02 pm on Sun, Sep 11, 2011.

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    If you have ever been east bound on 1836, you wouldn't question what might have happened. The sun is blinding in the mornings! Please don't judge people when you don't know anything about the situation.

     
  • anonymous posted at 8:39 am on Sat, Sep 10, 2011.

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    And as long as people are speculating: Maybe the woman had that disorder which causes people to fall asleep unexpectedly. And maybe the cost of the medicine to help her deal with it got too high so she had to find other ways to deal with it. Maybe we all need to be ready when our number comes up...

     
  • anonymous posted at 6:11 pm on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    Mr. Kemper was my 7th grade science teacher, I hate that he lost his life in such a tragic accident. My prayers go out to both families. May God rest your souls.

     
  • anonymous posted at 5:27 pm on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    Im in total shock..... Mr. Kemper was truly an inspiration to every study that had the pleasure of entering his classroom. I pray that his soul quickly ascended into heaven... his family is also in my prayers. He was called home too soon....

     
  • anonymous posted at 2:44 pm on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    I am in shock! Mr. Kemper was a teacher of mine and Mrs. Gotcher was a customer of mine! What a small world! May they both rest in peace and I pray for both their families.

     
  • anonymous posted at 1:17 pm on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    Al Kemper was my uncle, many kids of the family including myself were raised by Uncle Al teaching us the ways of fishing,camping, hunting and all things outside. Each family has a crazy uncle and he was mine. He was crazy, eccentric, weird, fun, interesting, and funny! But also, he was the guy that would give anyone in need the shirt off his back, feed anyone that needed a meal, a buck to whomever needed, heart as big as Texas! With broken hearts, we all will miss you Uncle Al!!!! Sally

     
  • anonymous posted at 12:18 pm on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    Al was the kind of person that cared about everyone else more than himself. He went well out of his way to make people feel better about themselves. He knew where he was going, and now he's enjoying the fruits of his labor. We will miss him, and never forget him.

     
  • anonymous posted at 9:13 am on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    Whether or not she was on her cell phone, Ninette was someone's wife, mother and friend. Please don't make this harder for family or friends who may be reading this article with your speculations.Thank you for your respect.

     
  • anonymous posted at 8:31 am on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    It's such a small world. Ninette was my next door neighbor pretty much all my life. She was a sweet and goofy lady that was more into taking care of others than herself. She is a great woman and will be missed greatly by our family as well as many others. However, also Mr. Kemper was one of my teachers in Seagoville. He was absolutely hilarious and made the class so much fun! Enough to where when I would come back to visit,I always stopped by his room to hear his new funny jokes and stories about class. Both of these people are very special, but it is very comforting to know that they are in a much better place today. R.I.P. Ninette Gotcher and Alvin Kemper (Mr. Kemper). You will surely be missed and I am happy to say you both were a part of my life. Your families are in my prayers.

     
  • anonymous posted at 1:23 am on Fri, Sep 9, 2011.

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    RIP, Al. I am praying this woman wasn't on her cell phone.

     

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