Shared by Adrionna Butler on March 27, 2017

I remember being at John Egar Howard. The school used to give us baseball tickets to see the O's. They knew that my grandfather would be there with me. Even if another kids parent could not go with them he would offer to keep the child with us during the games. He would make us laugh, and enjoy the games more than us. Everyone loved him. If someone wanted something or needed food on the trip and they had no money he would get it for them. One time he bought an O's blanket and never opened it. I would look at that blanket and think about how much fun we had. Even Ms. Hope, the secretary at John E., would still ask how I am doing when I go to see her and talk about how nice he was.

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