Blues reader Don‘s brother has passed away, and Don sent me a wonderful article about his life. Don, we grieve for your loss, but we celebrate your brother and his amazing story. My condolences to you and your family.
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Kathy, thanks for sharing Byron’s story with your readers. I think it’s also a tribute our parents. The article mentioned the trust fund our Dad, with no more than 4 years of formal education, was wise enough to establish for Byron’s care. When our parents died 30 years ago his meager life savings went into the fund, and it provided for Byron’s every need for all of the years since then. I think that’s sort of amazing.
Readers interested in the Orange Grove Center that our parents helped start, and what it does for people like Byron, can visit its website @ http://www.orangegrovecenter.com/www.
Don, I am so sorry for your loss. Your brother lived an amazing life and I am sure he was an inspiration for you every day. I will keep you in my prayers.
My sympathies, Don. Your parents must have been incredible people, as well as your brother.
Jennifer and Del, I appreciate your remarks. Unfortunately, Del, this apple (me) must have fallen far from the family tree.
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