Re: Community Mourns Local Running Man Killed

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  1. Thank you so much J! I have let my husband take care of all of the media for me, but I wanted to express my gratitude for you kind words. The sketch is beautiful and as you already know, we used it for the church program and as an 8 x 10 display at the visitation.
    My parents will treasure this sketch of him in the days to come!

    1. You’re most welcome. My deepest condolences to you and your family. I truly am sorry. Your brother’s story hit home with me. He really was a moving monument in Charlottesville. I had no idea he was your brother until after I posted this and Lucy Peaden sent me a message. (I wasn’t FB friends with Billy at the time so I had not seen any of his posts)

      I know what running has done in my life, physically and most importantly mentally, since I really started to hit the pavement two and half years ago.

      Also, they erect artwork around town in the medians. I’m not sure if you’re familiar with Charlottesville or not in that way. I’m going to throw the idea out there that someone needs to create one of the Running Man. He needs to be out there when we drive by in our cars. It just won’t be the same without him.

      Again, my deepest condolences.

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