Longtime Fort Lewis College professor, artist Mick Reber leaves lasting legacy

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Longtime Fort Lewis College professor, artist Mick Reber leaves lasting legacy

“He was such a caring, genuine person and a professor. I think it’s safe to say that his legacy will be how he influenced his students and family,” said Mick Reber’s grandson, Dylan Smith.
Kenny Seay with Holt Sheet Metal welds Mick Reber’s “The Guardian” to its concrete and steel pedestal in Memorial Park in 2009.

Longtime Fort Lewis College professor, artist Mick Reber leaves lasting legacy

“He was such a caring, genuine person and a professor. I think it’s safe to say that his legacy will be how he influenced his students and family,” said Mick Reber’s grandson, Dylan Smith.
Kenny Seay with Holt Sheet Metal welds Mick Reber’s “The Guardian” to its concrete and steel pedestal in Memorial Park in 2009.
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A celebration of life for artist Mick Reber will be held this summer in Durango.
For more information about Reber, visit www.mickreber.com.

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