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Missing Arin Trook

Arin Trook was a good childhood friend of mine. From elementary school, to Cub Scouts, and through high school. I have never met a nicer, more unique, smarter human being. Unfortunately I had lost contact with Arin after high school and would have loved to have had the opportunity to reconnect with my old friend. I am truly saddened to hear the news of his passing.

However, I am happy, while not at all surprised, to hear he was such a positive force to so many people. The world truly lost a very special person, I will greatly miss my old friend.

Joel S. Warkentin Jr.

Kailua, Hawaii

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