The Untimely Death of a High School Classmate

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I’m not sure if I’m the only one who does this, but whenever I get a magazine from my high school, I skip to the last section labeled “In Memory.” This is where they list alumni who have recently passed away. Some may call me morbid, but I feel like it’s something I must do ever since a classmate was…

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