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July 19, 2018

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July 19, 2018

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September 23, 2017
He will be missed and loved.
September 15, 2017
Sending my Condolences to the Redden family.

Tricia Pruitt
September 14, 2017
My deepest sympathy for the Redden family. I am praying for comfort, peace and strength to the family and friends of Dominique.
September 14, 2017
Dominique Redden was my son, Allan Parks Smith, best friend since middle school. I admired and cared about him like he was my son too. He was such a great kid; humble, kind, good-natured, humorous,and respectful who later matured into an honorable man, son, father, and husband. Allan and I both have many fond memories of Nick. One fond memory is when Nick and Allan graduated Navy boot-camp together in Great Lakes, Illinois. After the graduation, we took them to the Guerney Mills mall where they had a blast browsing the mall and purchasing electronics. We all ate dinner together there and later on drove them down to the Navy Pier in downtown Chicago. They were some happy campers to be off the base for the first time in six-weeks. Nicks' family and mine were so proud of both of them. They were both so fit and looked great in their uniforms. In closing, Dominique's presence will be missed by all that knew him. We will never forget him because he has left a profound, loving footprint on our hearts. We will continue to pray for his parents, brother, wife ,daughters, son and entire extended family for them to gain strength and solace in knowing that we will see Nick again in heaven. Rest in peace, until we meet again....