Former Rock Falls superintendent dead at 99
‘Tabe’ remembered for community involvement, concern for students
ROCK FALLS – Forrest L. Tabor, a former Rock Falls High School superintendent and a founder of Sauk Valley Community College, died Sunday at CGH Medical Center in Sterling. He was 99.
Tabor, a World War II Navy veteran, was the Rock Falls High principal/superintendent from 1950 to 1973. The school’s gym is named in his honor.
He served on the committee that studied the feasibility of starting Sauk Valley Community College, and was elected president of its first board of trustees, serving from July 1965 to May 1967.
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