i had the privledge of working with Byron for the last two years. He was a gentle, generous man with a heart of gold. he was someone i felt like i could trust anything with and reminded me very much of my own dad. I miss his smile and his quirky laugh everyday. Byron always put others first and would drop everything to help anyone in need. I'll always remember how much he loved the VH1 show 'the flavor of love' and the 'Dog Whisperer', he used to quote them and make me laugh all the time. One memory stands out in my mind. I was in the process of selling my car and was definetely out of my element. i live far away from my parents and normally my dad would handle everything car related. the person buying the car came in the office to do the transaction and i was really nervous. Byron i think could tell i was anxious and offered to make the exchange. I dont know if even he knew how relieved i was! I wish i could have told him how much he reminded me of my own dad or how much i enjoyed his company during the long hours in the office. If there is one thing i learned from this is to never take those around me for granted. i thank god i had the opportunity to know byron while he was with us and i pray that one day we will meet again. My deepest sorrow and prayers goes out to his wonderful family, may the lord comfort you all in your loss.