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Dave Gingrich

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Cocalico High School

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Cocalico High School

810 South 4Th Street

Denver, Pennsylvania,17517

United States

Company Description

Choir, Band, Chorus, Marching Band, Choralaires, Select Singers, Cocalikuimba, (Denver) K-12 Lancaster County district serving students in the Boroughs of Denver and Adamstown and East Cocalico Township and West Cocalico Township...more

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Employment History

Cocalico High School Football Coach, Section 2 Coach Of The Year

Lancaster-Lebanon League


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"Stats were just a narrow part of what he did," longtime Cocalico football coach Dave Gingrich said.
"He loved Cocalico," said Gingrich. Because Bear was such a big fan of the Big 10, Gingrich and his Cocalico coaches opened their homes to him even when they weren't there so that he could watch the Big 10 Network. "He'd let himself in, watch the Big 10 Network and then he'd leave," Gingrich said. In a recent conversation in Manheim Central's press box prior to a district football playoff game between the Eagles and Barons, Bear spoke of his interest in college football, particularly Penn State. His obit tells us he also had a fondness for the Reading Phillies. "He loved Penn State, loved the Reading Phillies," Gingrich said. Those who knew Bear know that two characteristics of his were his love of food ­ "Bear was never bashful (about eating)," Gingrich said - and his rapid-fire way of speaking. You had to listen closely, lest you miss what he was saying. "Sometimes I'd just smile and nod my head," Gingrich said. He recalled Bear substitute teaching a kindergarten class and the kids being almost cross-eyed with confusion as they tried to follow their fast-talking teacher. It was said that Bear could have substitute taught a foreign language since it seemed at times he was speaking something other than English. Some of what he said at Cocalico football games might have breached the rule of "No cheering in the press box" but his protestations following an Eagle misplay were so mild they usually amounted to little more than a softly-muttered "Gee whiz." It was accepted because everyone knew Bear, knew his love of Cocalico sports; he nicknamed Eagles' star Brandon Brubaker "Brudozer" this fall after watching the bruising fullback/linebacker help the Eagles claim a share of the L-L Section Two title. "He loved coming up with nicknames," said Gingrich. Over the past several decades Bear became as closely associated with Cocalico sports as the late Don Yingst had been with Manheim Central's teams. "Bear was a good friend to all of us," Gingrich said.


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Dave Gingrich, Cocalico High School
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