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Michael Sirico

You were a great guy!!! And you were really way more than that! I remember all of those class trips to the Greenville YMCA Camp where we fished each time not being sure we were even allowed to. There I jumped in the water to save a turtle and you went up to the center and bought me a shirt so I could be dry. You were always a caring guy, and I still have, and occasionally still wear, that shirt. I have a picture of you in that tiny race go-cart that they had on display. Of course there was the salmon fishing trip with me, you, and Mike C. Lots of laughs there especially about the funny sleeping arrangements in that extremely crowded camper. You had very cold feet! Then there was the time we had to serve someone with court papers and it was all pretty scary where this guy lived! You were the get-away driver! When I first became a teacher you included me and my class with yours to have math competitions and contests in a game you called Jeopardy. I still use that game to this day! I remember before I even got a job there you requested me as a sub which I always appreciated. As your sub you set me up with that clock that was supposed to work from the energy in lemons! Of course as a new sub in front of a class of 30... it never worked! Then remember that practically weightless tin bell the size of a dime that I threw at you and it hit that girl? You know how well that went! Oh and basketball in the gym with a few people. You had that tiny cut on your finger and it wouldn't stop bleeding. From that tiny cut there was blood on the ball, on all of our shirts, and all over the floor. It looked like a murder scene! Of course pasta for Pennies, an organization you worked so hard for! They were lucky to have you! You were extremely devoted! Tom, you were a great guy and I miss you! I know about your work in the science fair and you volunteering to be on the Suicide Committee, and you running Student Council for the students. You always got us going on the egg drop and we haven't done it since you left. You graduated maybe the most valedictorians and from what I know they all mentioned your name in their graduation speeches. You deserve to have people know this stuff about you! I am so sorry you died! You were all heart man! All heart! You will always be in my prayers and in my thoughts! I wish you had more time! I know you were hurting from your neck and back problems. I hope you found peace from that! I will see you again one day! Thanks for all of the memories! You will not be forgotten! Mike S.
Wednesday October 10, 2018 at 10:31 pm
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