Originally Posted by RyeBread
the family, friends and community mostly know. most of this community also knows that at this point in time it's not really important what happened.
tomorrow we bury him, rather than seeing him on the practice field, or looking forward to seeing him in class Monday, etc., etc.
I totally respect a family, friend's and community's desire to keep tragedy from becoming a public spectacle, but for a lot of people on the outside, our ability to understand and deal with tragedy comes from understanding what happened. My thoughts go out to this family and to the community as a whole...