Griff and his daughter, London, wait for her to board a plane back to New York at the Great Falls airport. London said, "The frame is just a silly, little thing, nothing super special, except for the pictures of my Mom, Dad and 'Grams'."
Members of the GFHS math department celebrate with "Trig or Treat."
Members of the GFEA Executive Board are honored at Griff's first Spring Fling as GFEA's president. Tom Cubbage, Alex Rosenleaf, Jerry Ferderer, Jolee Corey and Bob Griffith.
Bob, "Griff" Griffith proudly lets you know, he grew up in Butte and graduated from Butte High School. He student taught at Butte Central High School. Griff has had an expansive career both in the United States Air Force as Major Griffith to his Great Falls High School classroom as Mr. Griffith, a math educator. In the Air Force, Griff worked as a Registrar for Worldwide C130 Schoolhouse, and he was assigned to the NRO. His wife, Roni says, "Griff had multiple deployments and served in Desert Storm. The only places on the planet he has never been to are Australia, New Zealand and Mexico." As a math teacher, Griff has taught in the Great Falls Public School District for 17 years, teaching students in grades 9-12 a variety of lower level math courses to Calculus. He has also been an instructor at Park University where he taught Statistics and Calculus. Working as a referee in football and other sports, Griff finds this to be one of his favorite activities. Griff will retire after serving as the Great Falls Education Association's president since November 2019. Griff's retirement plans include more of some of his favorite pastimes: fishing, playing golf and being a football referee.