He was cool. He had a good personality. He thought I was cheating in school once on a computer test thing and it was scary to see that side of him. He seemed nice to me and he was the one who actually came up and spoke to my family when they were visiting me at church. He was trying to do what was right. Wish him the best.
I thought he was nice for the 3 1/2 months I knew him. He was the one that introduced me to "Yes, sir." I remember when I first came in, he took me on orientation one day and we spent the whole day together. He taught me alot. That particular day, we were swing-blading some extremely tall weeds and he tought me how to be a hard-worker. He always knew how to keep his cool but, at the same time, let you know he was in control, which is a characteristic that I've tried to emulate and has helped me alot when working with teenagers and children, especially from rough backgrounds. I only knew him for a little while, but I still miss him alot and pray for him often. If you want to see how I'm doing you can read my response to "been a long time" by loren. I love you all and I'm praying for you. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Living for Jesus,
Phil 1:20, 21