First of all I would like to ask the editor if I may speak on the behalf of my brother-in-law who died March 27, 2008, Johnny Neil. You see, I am in Georgia and can’t be there to be with the family, so I thought I would show my support here. Johnny was a nice and caring man, who didn’t stop when times were tough. He loved his partner Betty Jo, he loved his daughter Makaila, he loved his family, but most of all he loved life. He would help family in need. He joked and laughed during his hard times these last few months. My son loved his Uncle Johnny so very much. Though he didn’t see him much , my son still does one of the many things he taught him, he makes arrowheads. Johnny sat one day and taught him to rub the rock and how to shape it into an arrowhead. Now this was an all day thing. He (my son) still does it Johnny's way to this day. Johnny was a hard worker, didn’t like to stop working. He like to be with his family and daughter. I will say this, he loved my sister Betty Jo, and all that came with her. He loved us all as though we where family . No matter who we or you are. He was a shining star that was to bright to burn here on this earth, Johnny will be missed by all and loved forever, and remembered for life for all those he touched. We were blessed to have known him for this short time before he left us with a smile in our hearts and hope in our soul, that we all may be a fighter in the tough times and a loving heart in the good. We here in Georgia (Robbie, Renee and Darryl) will miss you, rest in peace .