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April 15, 2014, 09:10 AM

He was a great guy.

I remember just prior to him leaving for Law School he was working for Prudential. I met him in Bethesda for a business lunch ... it turned out we had some of the same friends (non-M/C related) and didn't even know it.

That lunch ended up going on for hours, and then somehow we ended up back at his office and it turned into a quasi interview with his boss. I think I almost landed a job that day and didn't even know it.

He was uber excited when he was accepted to Law School a few years ago. Looking forward to leaving Insurance and opening a new chapter in his life.

I clicked the story link expecting to read about a traffic accident, but this is a total left field tragedy. I hope someone can lend more clarity or an explanation.



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