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  1. Dear David,

    You might be gone, but you will always have a place in my heart.
    My family, including myself, loved you o’so very much. It badly tore us up when we found out your little soul had gone with the other angels up above. David, I will never forget the moments when you thought I was your girlfriend. Your Mom would put you on the spot and you would turn red as a tomato.
    You’re in a better place now with no more pain within your little body. I know that you are going to watch over every soul that has cared about you. We can’t help but morn alongside your Mom knowing that you are gone, even though you will always be in the hearts of the people you’ve touched. As I am typing this, and trying to accept the fact that you are in a better place, it brings tears to my eyes.
    I will remember the times you got anxious waiting for your Mom to run quick errands, while you stayed in car with my Mom and me.
    “Buy me something”, a phrase you said often to your Mom, before she left the car to run errands.
    The clever things and cute conversations you had with your Mom are the utmost adorable, in my perspective.
    “Yes, baby?”
    “I love you”.
    Conversations like that would always melt my heart.
    Those dialogues aren’t as enviable as the cheerful stories you told regarding your day at school.
    I genuinely believe you are a little saint sent from heaven. I wasn’t there to see it happen, but I was informed of last winter (2013), you were a true saint helping the Salvation Army. When a Salvation Army volunteer was collecting donations at Kroger, and you yelled as loud as you could to get patrons to donate at least the change from their purchases. Because of your selfless act many people were encouraged to give, they saw how energetic you were about something so important. Eventually the volunteer stopped ringing his bell, he was stunned, you were able to attracts so many people in a seven minute span, something that would have taken the volunteer the whole day to accomplish. I bet.
    At the end of the day you might not be physically here, but will live in our hearts for ever.
    Thank you so much for all the light you have shed unto your friends and family.
    David Edwards, rest in paradise.

    Best Wishes,
    Alda, Andrea and Laura.

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