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GenXFrog

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Two years ago today was the last time we spoke face to face. I think it may have been the last time you came up for a game.

It was a great evening. My fam got to crash the student section, we beat OSU in the Carter, and we got bowl eligible.

We visited for awhile at the Killerfrogs tailgate after you finished shooting the KF video with Tank Carder that afternoon. I remember it taking Tank a couple of takes to 1) not catch the football and then 2) immaculately deflect it. :) Amazingly, our topic even then was our offensive coaching staff. Some things haven't changed.

Just a little trip down memory lane.

God bless. Go Frogs.
 

steelfrog

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I miss him too, @QuilterFrawg

I prolly never told you all this, but maybe I did. You want to know how nice a guy Wes was? For years, he chided me about not having a class ring. It genuinely didn't bother me but I guess it did him. Heck I don't even wear a wedding ring.

Anyway, one day when I went to visit him down in Georgetown, Claire met me at the front door and said he had a surprise for me. I went in there where he was lying in his bedroom in his hospital bed, and he gave me HIS class ring (Geology), which I cherish more than I ever would one of my own. I see it and touch it daily (although I don't wear it--his fingers were bigger than mine!).

Wes was just a very, very good dude. Always thinking about other people. Great sense of humor. I have only ever met one person who didn't like him, and that's no exaggeration.
 

QuilterFrawg

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I miss him too, @QuilterFrawg

I prolly never told you all this, but maybe I did. You want to know how nice a guy Wes was? For years, he chided me about not having a class ring. It genuinely didn't bother me but I guess it did him. Heck I don't even wear a wedding ring.

Anyway, one day when I went to visit him down in Georgetown, Claire met me at the front door and said he had a surprise for me. I went in there where he was lying in his bedroom in his hospital bed, and he gave me HIS class ring (Geology), which I cherish more than I ever would one of my own. I see it and touch it daily (although I don't wear it--his fingers were bigger than mine!).

Wes was just a very, very good dude. Always thinking about other people. Great sense of humor. I have only ever met one person who didn't like him, and that's no exaggeration.
Excellent story. Thank you for sharing.
 
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