Paul Elliott DuBois, a longtime music teacher at Worcester Central School has died.  A passage from his obituary reflects on his life and career:

"His career of 27 years at Worcester Central School, starting in 1961, was one that would touch hundreds of lives. Elliott’s love of music and teaching was transferred to his students at WCS and is evident in the outpouring of well-wishes upon hearing of his passing. He began his teaching career at Worcester teaching vocal music, then moved to instrumental music. In 1968 he started musical shows which continued to gain popularity throughout his career, even after his retirement in June of 1988. After retirement, he and Pat volunteered as Ombudsmen for various nursing and adult facilities in the area. Elliott also directed a community choir in Davenport for many years, his wife Pat being the accompanist. Above all his accomplishments, Elliott’s faith in God was the foundation of all he did. Although he will be dearly missed, we know that he is busy conducting heavenly choirs until we are all together again."

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