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Justin Small

May 16, 1991 - August 16, 2013

It is with great sadness and heartbreak that our beloved Justin had to leave this earth so early before his life was really set to begin. Justin lost his young life to a tragic gun accident last Friday morning in Bellingham, WA.

"Tino" grew up in Green Lake where he attended St. Benedict's in Wallingford. He grew up playing baseball for North Central Little League and football for Ballard Junior Football. Much of his inspiration in life came from his family and friends where he had a "thirst for knowledge" in cooking, music, farming, exploring, and government conspiracies. At Bishop Blanchet he continued to make friends, play sports, and excel in track/field where he currently holds the school record for the fastest 100 meter time.

Justin attended Lane CC, North Seattle, and was in his final year at Western Washington University where he was studying Supply Chain Management. He had many passions and was an "out of box" thinker challenging friends and family on all sorts of unique topics. Justin lived his life like a 100 meter sprint - fast, hard but focused. He was afraid of one thing ... missing a weekend hanging with his friends. Justin was loved by friends and family and is survived by Joe, Lira, Jhomar, and Jessica. His goofy, compassionate, fun-loving, giving, and gentle personality will be greatly missed. Justin's spirit and the way he impacted the lives of everyone will continue to live on within each one of us and he was a gift from God to all who knew him.

His life will be celebrated Monday, August 26, 2013, at 10:00 AM at St. Benedict's Catholic Church, 1805 N 49th St, Seattle 98103. In lieu of flowers, donations in his name may be made to the Blessed Sacrament Sunday Dinner for the Homeless, 5041 9th Ave NE, Seattle, 98105 or online, or a .

Hoffner Fisher & Harvey

Guestbook at harveyfuneral.com
Published in The Seattle Times from Aug. 22 to Aug. 25, 2013
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