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July 15, 2018

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March 24, 2017
There are no words. In all things, as in everytime, life throws us curveballs. Senses of reward, even joy, but most especially, the sense of loss, which none of us seemingly escape from. Any words that appear to me are woefully inadequate to even remotely express this sense of loss that currently overwhelms my state of being. To talk about Sonny in the past tense is not something that I am prepared for, how could I be, after all? One of the constant permutations of naivete and ignorance is the assumption that certain things will always be around, despite all evidence to the contrary. Life's lessons can, at times, teach us complacency, but most importantly, the fact that moments between loved ones, family, and friends, have to be cherished at all costs. Sonny was one of the most naturally amusing individuals that I ever knew. A trait shared with his siblings, his mother, whom I was also blessed to know, and his entire family within my experience. He occasionally would have a prediliction towards amusing exaggeration. A few years later, Sonny transformed into whom I referred to as "Ponytail Sonny", who absolutely 100% could have been a stand up comedian. Like the biblical Samson, the power was in the hair! I met the Heady family in 1995. Within a month or so of meeting Sonny, he had proposed a question for me. At the time, he was still in college, working on Psychology, and he had asked me if I would be willing to let him write a paper on me. I found Sonny to be naturally trustworthy, immediately, so I agreed. Sonny just let me talk, while taking notes for the paper that he would eventually write and get an "A" on, I might add. To be honest, I was pretty proud of that turn of events, even if it shows that I am just a mental case. I am unbelievably honored and blessed to have known him, and as far as I know, he thought well of me, which absolutely matters, coming from him. This means more to me than any words could convey. There are no words.
March 24, 2017
Thinking of you, Eileen and all of Sonny's family.
We did not know him well, but he was a personable and gentle soul. Our prayers are with you.
March 22, 2017
I am so sorry for your loss my prayers are with you and family.
March 22, 2017
Sonny was a great guy! We became good friends very fast, he took me home many a night from the club or a night out. My Sympathies goes out to the Heady Family, especially his brother Sean. Rest in Peace. I'll have a few for you!!


Anthony Maggio -