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Editorial

Remembered For After Death

DO YOU REMEMBER ME?

Have you ever thought about what your legacy will be after your death? All of these following Greenway students have thought about this topic before.

  

Junior Jakob Bowers said, “I want to be remembered for taking care of others instead of myself.”

   

Junior Timmy Nguyen said, “I would like to be remembered as a kid who’s always there for everyone and never gave up or forgotten about them.”

  

Junior Kayla Mussa said, “I would like to be remembered as a very fun and funny person.”

 

Freshman Hailey Hayes said, “I would like to be remembered as a nice and caring person.”

  

Freshman Tammy Pham said, “I want to be remembered for having a good personality or for something I have done.”

  

Senior Julian Arias said, “I want to be remembered as someone who tries to make others smile.”

  

Junior Thomas Mullings said, “I want to be remembered as someone who is a good friend to people.”

  

Junior Michael McGraw said, “I want to be remembered for my goofiness, athletic abilities, and my love for baseball.”

  

Freshman Ashley Brown said, “I want to be remembered for my dancing and my fun personality.”

  

Junior Dru Knoebel said, “I want to be remembered as a fun guy and always could make people smile when they were sad.”

  

Senior Edin Dzilic said, “I would like to be remembered as a guy that everyone liked.”

Legacy is a very important topic for everyone to think about. How do you want to be remembered?

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