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September 23, 2007
I was privileged to live with Leron and share a special part of his life between the ages of 6 and 11 at which time he migrated to the US to live with his mom Simona (Kim). Leron was a very well-rounded child, his early years carefully planned by his father Lawrence to include just the right balance of work and play. The result of this was a very happy, content little boy who, even when he wouldn't get his way, was quite happy to make 'lemonade out of his lemons'.

To date, his smile and laugh remain the sweetest, most infectious I have ever had the pleasure to witness, a vivid picture imprinted forever in my memory. His entire face would light up when he laughed and you couldn't help but laugh too when he related one of his million and one stories or jokes.

He was such a brave boy, who believed that nothing was impossible and in his naiveté and enthusiasm, took risks very few of us would even consider. A very loving child, he was never shy about expressing his love both physically and verbally, to his parents whom he loved dearly, his family and friends. Leron, for allowing me to share your life and your love, I thank you. The honour was and remains mine. I will always love you; you will be forever in my heart.

Aunty Jenny.
September 23, 2007
Dear Little Edgar,

I’m sorry that I could not be there to tell you goodbye. It has been such a long time since I’ve seen that devious, wicked-looking smile on your face.

Real soldier that you are, you would not want me to shed any tears. I cannot promise that! Anyhow, you went down like a real trooper, with your darn boots on.

Big Edgar, granddad, would be proud of you. I too am very proud of you.

The gates of heaven have just been opened wide to receive you. The sentries are at Present Arms. Rise up Little Edgar, and return their compliment. Rest in Peace Little Edgar, Rest in Peace.

Uncle Grantley

Trinidad & Tobago Cadet Force
Force’s Regimental Sgt. Maj.(FRSM)
September 23, 2007
To the family and friends,
I would like to extend my deepest sympathies. Losing a loved on is the hardest thing in life. I am writing to not only express my sorrow for you but to let you know about a memorial I am working on. I am creating a quilt to honor the fallen soldiers from the New York City Area. Each soldier will have a panel created. I am inviting the friends and families to get involved. If you are interested or would like some more information please contact me at nycfallensoldiers@yahoo.com
September 23, 2007
I know you wouldn’t want anyone to mourn over your absence but it’s just not the same knowing you’re not coming back. But I know you’re watching over us and deep in my heart, you’ll always be around. In a heartbeat you were taken away, no time to say good-bye. How could it be? You were so young, so innocent. The question is why? But God only knows why. My heart still aches in sadness and these secret tears still flow hoping that this will still be a nightmare that how I’d wish to wake up soon. There are times when I wish you were here but Heaven has called you home safely away from the pain and sufferings that you will no longer face. Memories of your voice makes my soul weak, through my heart your love continues to guide me to where I can find peace that you’re in a better place now. I know you’re shining that big “kool-aide” smile down upon us. I still remember like it was yesterday, the first time I met you, your smile was such an unforgettable sight. Your laughter filled with pure joy and happiness. That’s how I’ll remember you, one who’s left footprints within the soul of my heart. Your amazing charm will surely be missed. I still recall our late night beach walk and how you’d say you were coming back to enjoy Hawaii’s paradise once again. We were just talking about our plans for when you return just the day before this all happened. It was something to look foward to and I still can’t believe how in an instant life took a wrong turn and you left so soon, too soon to even experience what life has to offer you. At least you were able to do what made you happy. Thank you for the great memories you've left behind. I'll always treasure those moments spent with you.

I miss you.
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