The detail of him starting a paper route to raise money to go to Disney broke my heart. I hope he is at peace. Myron’s aunt and grandparents seem to have picked up the slack for where Myron’s parents might have failed him. He seems to have been a well-adjusted young man who was interested in baseball and volunteered with his church. Sandra recalled how “he didn’t cuss as far as I know and he wasn’t into drugs. He had so much ahead of him and so much to look forward to.” I am hopeful he is still alive based on Sandra’s fairly recent encounter but it could just be part of another set of incidents the family has been subjected to Sweet Summer Camp 2020 The Return To Baseball Shirt since he disappeared.
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