Louis Kinney Obituary, Death – Your heart was just too big for your chest, which is the only reason I’m willing to provide for why I’m writing this to you, Louis Kinney. That is the only reason I’m willing to supply. To put it simply, that’s the only justification I’m ready to offer. That is the sole rationale I am willing to provide at this time. Nothing else makes sense. Your generosity toward humanitarian causes motivated other people to do the same, your business acumen inspired other people to work harder, and your sense of humor was as keen as a razor. When you, Johnny, and Aaron sent me those hilarious SMS on a daily basis, I had the distinct impression that I was a part of an exclusive club. In addition, the times when we were all together and making fun of one another really helped me in my journey to recover from the loss I experienced on a personal level.
Now that we are in this predicament, we need to figure out a method to assist Cheryll, your children, and everyone else in Safety Harbor in overcoming their challenges so that we may move on with our own. The Whistle Stop will never be the same again, but the memories will live on forever, from spiking prom punch to taco and martini Mondays to the last day we enjoyed together, when we dressed up (me as Santa and you as an elf) and listened to some fantastic performers promote the happiest day of the year. The Whistle Stop will never be the same again, but the memories will live on forever.
From spiking prom punch to taco and martini The Whistle Stop will never be the same again, but those that visit will always have their memories to cherish. You questioned my certainty that I did not want lunch by inquiring, “are you sure you don’t want lunch?” as I was leaving the room. “are you sure you don’t want lunch?” After hearing this, I responded by saying, “Well, I guess I’ll just have to settle with a drink.” The first thing you said in response was, “I knew you couldn’t walk out of here without accepting some free goods!!! ” The two phrases were immediately followed by one another without any break in between them. If it meant that I could recreate memories like those with you again, I would gladly pay any price to do so, even if it meant that the booze was completely free. I am willing to give up whatever it takes to get it.