Community invited to Lubbock High to remember former teacher - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Community invited to Lubbock High to remember former teacher

Family, friends, and students will gather this evening to remember a former Lubbock High School teacher. Brad Neu died last week after a battle with cancer.

He was an award winning science teacher at Lubbock High. Neu received several awards for his teaching. He was most recently recognized with the Beaumont Foundation's Newton in Excellence in Education Award.

Previously, he won other awards, including the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship Award in 2002, Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching in 2003, Texas Outstanding Science Educator Award in 2007 and the Texas Society of Professional Engineers Visioneer Award in 2008.

The community is invited to attend the service at 5pm at the Lubbock High School Auditorium.

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