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Re: Morgan Arthur -- Florida player

In Reply to: Morgan Arthur -- Florida player posted by on April 07, 2004 at 12:39:54:


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Posted by:
"cbr954rr1326" Bradenton, FL

on April 09, 2004 at 20:07:26

I only knew Morgan for a short time, but he will truely be missed. For many of us, he was more than just another player on the field, but also a mentor, friend, and to all that who really knew him, he was like family. He would never hesitate to give of himself, be it by sharing knowledge, or working on someone's marker at the field. The sport has truely lost a great member of its ranks.

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