He's dead. He doesn't care.
We're alive, and if lessons learned from his accident help keep us
that way, it's a good thing.
How would you feel if someone else died tomorrow, and would not have,
if information about his death would have prevented that death?
From: "Mark Beckwith" <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 22:22:45 -0500
>>I think that's a matter of opinion. To me, out of respect, we ought to
>>the SK rest a while. I am sure the details will come out over time.
>>Perhaps we could agree to wait until after Steve's service before going
>>his accident in detail?
Out of respect.
I think it would be in poor taste to have the inevitable Fatal Accident
Reconstruction Dialogue before he's even IN THE GROUND. Call me
sentimental. Call me old fashioned.
God give him REST.
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