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May 11, 2013
Dearest Matt,

There are no words, love never dies,
you are always here alive in our hearts and minds..
love you and miss you

love you
aunt daralyn
June 04, 2012
Matthew I think about you often. You could not have been a kinder, sweeter young man. You had the best smile, an easygoing and charming personality, and you loved to laugh. You are missed by all those who loved you.
April 06, 2012
Dear Matt,
love you and miss you...
April 05, 2011
Dearest Matt,

Happy 25th Birthday!!
.
I love you and miss you.
A picture of you smiling takes away the sadness for a minute... it reminds me of your jokes, accents, pranks , fun-loving nature and that makes me smile...you brought so much joy to everyone around you..
you still do...
you are always in my thoughts.
Forever in my heart.

Love You Sweetheart
Happy 25th birthday!
May 16, 2010
Dear Matt,
there are no words to express how much you are missed.. ...the only thing left that fills the hole in our hearts is your love...your smiling face, your passion for life... you helped others keep life in perspective and overcome obstacles and insecurities... as an outsider who experienced pain as a child and had to look death in the face before your time... you knew life was short and people fragile... grandma always said you were a "wise" old man, saavy beyond your years... your senstivity and empathy lives on... your compassion...
As I said five years ago the pain of your loss is equal and opposite to the depth of the love -- to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction... you were loved so much -- more than most people-- and you touched so many lives--- and it is that which lives on in each of us... we touch others lives and hearts because of what you gave us ... and in this way you live forever...
now you and grandma are together...
playing cards... let her win sometimes!
I love you more than you ever knew
loving and missing you always
forever in my heart
love you
aunt Dary
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