The man Arthur would have been

Two things break my heart almost as much as the loss. At 14 years old Arthur was already an amazing young man. He was polite, caring, and so I tune with everyone around him. His primary purpose was to help others and heal what ever bothered their hearts. When it came to young girls and woman, he was always a gentleman. I smile every time I recall him opening the car door for Amber each time she would ride with us. The fact that other boys will not have the benefit of learning these traits from Arthur is very sad. But the true loss is someday he would have been an amazing husband and father. He would have been faithful and fair. His priority would have always been with his family and his love and kindness would have carried on through generations.

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