East Quogue Superintendent And Principal Robert J. Long Remembered For Kindness And Generosity, And For Making School Feel Like Home - 27 East

East Quogue Superintendent And Principal Robert J. Long Remembered For Kindness And Generosity, And For Making School Feel Like Home

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Rob Long was an avid runner, who completed several half marathons.

Rob Long was an avid runner, who completed several half marathons.

Rob Long with his daughters, Shannon and Meghan Long.

Rob Long with his daughters, Shannon and Meghan Long.

Rob Long, a Hampton Bays resident, began his career at East Quogue School as principal in 2000, and ultimately became superintendent as well.

Rob Long, a Hampton Bays resident, began his career at East Quogue School as principal in 2000, and ultimately became superintendent as well.

Rob Long with his daughter, Meghan Long.

Rob Long with his daughter, Meghan Long.

Rob and Dawn Long in their wedding photo.

Rob and Dawn Long in their wedding photo.

Rob and Dawn Long.

Rob and Dawn Long.

Robert J. Long Jr. was superintendent and principal at East Quogue School, beginning his career there in 2000.

Robert J. Long Jr. was superintendent and principal at East Quogue School, beginning his career there in 2000.

Rob Long and his daughter, Shannon.

Rob Long and his daughter, Shannon.

Rob Long was an avid Mets fan, and shared that passion with his friends, family and students.

Rob Long was an avid Mets fan, and shared that passion with his friends, family and students.

Rob Long was known for spending a lot of his time out of his office, visiting classrooms and engaging with students, and always knew them by their names.

Rob Long was known for spending a lot of his time out of his office, visiting classrooms and engaging with students, and always knew them by their names.

Rob Long with his daughter Meghan.

Rob Long with his daughter Meghan.

authorCailin Riley on Aug 15, 2022
When Natalie Merchant wrote the song “Kind and Generous,” she said she was trying to create something that would have broad appeal and application for anyone trying to express their... more

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