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August 24, 2007
Six months in many ways doesn't seem so long ago and yet it might as well be a 100. Everyone lives have changed since you left. From those who knew you when, to those who knew you well. I don't think any of us are the same. I make donations in your name when in fact all I am trying to do is change what is done. I have watched the kids as they have dealt with the loss of their uncle and wish that they could've been spared from knowing pain this deep at an early age. I have gone from being angery to accepting. I have gone from the shock of dealing with my children's grief to watching them slowly recover. You are very much missed still and the lack of your presence is still very much felt. I wish you were still here for all the kids..but especially for Erik and the positive impact that you had on him.
May 21, 2007
i still hear your laugh. i still see you falling asleep during movies. i still see you looking over my shoulder. i still remember playing poker with you. i could go on and on and i could go forever thinking about memories we've shared over the years. i listen to 1 song over and over and it keeps playing in my head. i play it and think about you non-stop. even without the music uncle byron i thik about you. i cant help but ask myself " i wonder what kind of life he wouldve lived? when was it really your time?" i look up and ask god all these questions and more to try and fully cope. the reality is though, we will never cope. the family lost a wonderful brother, son, and uncle. but most of all U.B, we lost an angel in you. i know your always looking down at us but know im looking up at you.
May 9, 2007
i still think about you every single day of my life. there are certain things that i see that remind me of you. when i see those things i acknowledge you as if you were standing before me. because of you i cherish every breath that i take and i feel blessed to have every person in my life; day after day. you had an impact on my life while you were here and you still have an impact on my life now. i love and miss you forever. you will always be in my thoughts and my heart. i love you
March 7, 2007
Golf--
I was around 15yo the first time i stepped onto a golf course. You were there for Bill's golf tournament. I drove a golf for the first time and launched Bill from it as I took a turn a bit too fast.

After that, I quit, but you continued to play.

Years later, I picked it up again. We played once in Big Bear and once in Bakersfield. You won both times.

During these past five years, I have continued to play two to three times a month.

In the summer of 2005, we spent the wknd at LaQuinta resort. The weather and golf was very good (around 90), but the $80 dinner/person was difficult to swallow. We purchased a six-pak of beer for $25 and I played barefoot. We had a great time (regardless of the price).

I was never able to beat you. I could get a lead, but then I would pull a "Phil" and give it up.

There was many a wknd were you would come up early in the morning to join us for a round. There was that one day where we played golf in the am, racquetball in the afternoon, and caught a Kings game in the evening. Sometimes we would join the guys for a Texas Holdem tourney.

Win or lose, we always had a great time.

Golf was one of many activities that kept us close as friends and even closer as brothers. I am thankful for all these experiences.
Love....your brudda Ed
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