Jeremy was one of my, if not my best, friend from my 9th grade year til my senior year. Jeremy was 2 years ahead of me. Also, I played baseball with Jeremy and I remember … my mom video tape him pitching before. Thats where part of his importance to me came in, besides being the most joyful and best friend i’ve ever had, he helped me out alot.
Before I could drive, during baseball season, Jeremy volunteered to go out of his way every tuesday and thursday morning to pick me up so i could get to practice on time. It may seem like a small deed, but he did more things for me, gave me more memories and made a bigger difference in my life then I could ever ask for someone. I miss him more than I thought I could ever miss somebody, and my truest condolences still go to you. I thank you for giving him to us, and am forever indebted to him.
If youd like to use my name, I give you permission, and if you decide not to use my story, I still am glad to share with you how special your son was.