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April 25, 2015

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July 25, 2013
God Bless! So young
July 23, 2013
July 22, 2013
I don't ever remember seeing Grant without a smile on his face. Almost every one of my childhood memories has him in it. My brother and I always got our chores done quickly so that we could play with Grant.
Grant-
I'll always remember the dents we left on my dad's garage from practicing hockey, the window we broke at your grandparent's house when we learned we didn't have quite a good enough arm to throw a baseball over the house, setting up the most awesome club house ever, and "solving crimes" in our neighborhood. Thank you for making growing up so fun.

Scott, Marcia, Aunt Lori, Grandma Mae, and the rest of the family- My prayers are with you and I hope you can find rest in knowing how many lives Grant touched even in his short time here.
July 22, 2013
Dear Grant,
You were my son Masons roomate in college and we saw eachother thru a really difficult time. Not one day did we miss eachothers calls, and we talked for hours.I'm SO proud of you and I will forever be thankful to you for what you and your father brought to Masons life. I won't ever forget the time we spent together and the privelage of meeting and having dinner with you and Mason and meeting your mother.I wish I could reach out to her, but I can't find her. My heart is heavy and my eyes full of tears, but I know that The Lord called you home for good reason and that you are happy and okay. I will see you again someday. I love you. You were a hero in way more ways than one. Love Always, Stacy Barcello
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