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Author Topic: A Touching Story about a Die Hard Clemson Fan  (Read 1041 times)

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A Touching Story about a Die Hard Clemson Fan
« on: May 29, 2014, 04:16:41 PM »
Found this story on Facebook, and thought I would share. It is from Kendall Evans on Facebook.

"Good morning my Tiger friends! I wanted to share this pic with you. We unexpectedly and tragically lost our 16 yr old son two weeks after the homecoming game last year. I wanted to show you all what a huge Clemson fan he was. The helmet and the orange finger (with the hat on it) were the first purchases he made from his first paycheck at his very first job. He asked my husband and I if he could buy some stuff while we were strolling the stores before the game and we told him it was his money to with whatever he wanted. He bought the helmet for his little brother, but it fit his head, lol. I just wanted to share this with my Tiger buddies and to ask that you never wait until later to tell someone you love them. Tell them right then and there, don't let the chance slip through your fingers. God Bless and Go Tigers!!!"



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