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Capy January 5, 2013 at 03:03 am
If your going to rant your liberal BS at least get your facts straight! The general was a trueRead More American....something you obviously know nothing about! Even if he was the general that led the invasion of Iraq he would have been following orders.
Paul Allen January 5, 2013 at 12:00 pm
I think you have your wars mixed up. You are displaying your ignorance to the public.
David garcia February 28, 2013 at 03:49 pm
Liberalist views are undoubtedly from individuals whom have never served either in the armed forcesRead More or in a public service manner (police, fire etc).
Robin Miller December 26, 2012 at 03:02 pm
Will be praying for God's peace to envelop your families at this time.
Helen Ledgerwood December 26, 2012 at 06:27 pm
Our hearts are just broken as we know the pain the Robinsons feel. We are so sorry to learn of BrentRead More and Julia's accident. Know that friends all over the country are thinking of you and praying for strength for all the Robinson family and the Caldwell family. Brent was such a nice young man, and we enjoyed watching him grow up in our neighborhood.
Pam Steele December 26, 2012 at 11:40 pm
I don't have words to convey what I am feeling. Donnie Robinson was a cousin of mine, our wholeRead More family is just heart broken. May God's good grace be with Donnie and Rhonda as well as Donnie's parents in WV. Our prayers are with you.
JAN PARKER December 9, 2012 at 03:04 am
I am the former wife and mother of Scott's beautiful daughter. All of the immediate family are inRead More shock and so very sad that we must say goodbye to our beloved. Hope is all I have that something beneficial to mankind will come because of this senseless accident. Driving while intoxicated is a selfish, unacceptable behavior that still slips through the cracks of the justice system, a subject that should be addressed to all driving age students. The effects touch so many others than just immediate family. I send prayers and blessings to everyone. DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE, EVER.
Martha Spanos December 10, 2012 at 03:01 am
I am so sorry for te loss of a father, brother, son, and friend to so many. This is so unfair and itRead More makes me so angry to think about how many innocent lives are lost to drunk driving. It's beyond selfish and aweful to get behind the wheels of a car after drinking. My prayers are with the victim's family. I'm so sorry.
Lori Martin December 13, 2012 at 02:16 am
Scott was my cousin, a talented loving man. My heart breaks for his parents, daughter, brother,Read More sister, Jan, all who knew and loved Scott. The selfish act of one man have changed forever the lives of many. Love and prayers to you all.
Angela Steusloff April 19, 2012 at 04:21 pm
I met Nate one day at his office when I was working on a project for them. In our friendly meeting,Read More he put his hand out to shake mine and he still had his biking gloves on from his bike ride to work. Too funny. What I would like to thank him for though, is, my yellow lab puppy Buddy, that I adopted from Honor Animal Rescue a few months ago. He is such a loving addition to our family. :)
SurfCook1 January 4, 2012 at 12:39 am
RIP Larry. Will always remember the old Auditorium, Robarts, the Armory, etc., etc... What anRead More unbelievable musician you were! An inspiration to all of us old B-town players.
lilli May 22, 2012 at 10:46 pm
I have an autograph signed by Larry, in our senior year of highschool, I loved him dearlyRead More LilliTucker
Linda Craig October 6, 2011 at 05:48 pm
Even as he battled an illness his creative spirit continued to work and strive. He must have had anRead More amazing will.
Pat Sawyer October 8, 2011 at 10:24 am
He leaves behind the ideal that one man can change the world. Thanks Steve. Enjoy the peace...
Tony T October 8, 2011 at 11:07 am
Not much of a life when you need to hire writer to pen your biography so your kids will know you !Read More It is really pretty sad.
dawna April 7, 2011 at 07:28 pm
This man, whom I barely met, greatly influenced my daughter in the one school year of tae kwon doRead More that she took from him at MSA. He was a substitute father figure for her as her father worked out of the country. She turned to him in sadness when he noticed she was not focused and performing at her best. He was there for her. He will no longer be there for her in body but always in spirit and inspiration. She cried violently last night after the memorial, in the privacy of her own closet. I cried at the memorial, not afraid for anyone to know that he touched me deeply though I only briefly encountered him. But to see him command his testing sessions, showed how greatly he was loved and respected by all of his students. A miraculous feat in this day and age of lack of discipline and respect. Thank you Master Ellis for your influence and inspiration. I sincerely hope those responsible are painfully aware of the impact they've had in the lives of so many and the gift they have taken away from this world. The shame and remorse you should feel for this horrible act should only be the tip of the ice burg of punishment that you will be made to endure for time and all eternity.