Dustin it has been a while since you passed away and left us. Here is a poem just for you written by me.... Dustin I love you. You are missed by sooo many.
How is it up there, That beautiful place in the sky, Are you stil beating your drum, But now to gods rhythm, Sure is lonely, Down here on earth, Your friends sure are sad, Since the day you left, Hope the streets are gold, And JESUS is holding your hand, Maybe your looking down on me, Watching all of us miss you, Please don't be sad, Your in a wonderful place , Be sad for us that we can't share it with you. Dustin Ryan I love you and sooo do many others. Watch over us.
Post by hhsfreshman172309 on Apr 20, 2006 13:15:42 GMT -5
i only went to school with dustin for 1 year but the first day of school i knew he was gonna be a fun person to be around... and i was right..... he used to make us laugh so hard....the week of dustins death was horible for us at 4-H camp that year......not a moment went by that someone would just say the name and we would all break down where we were.......it was weird starting a new school year without him....it was like something was always missing....dustins birthday was really hard for all of us too!! it was really quiet all day....all i did was sit there and think about things......all the funny things he did was number one! just tryin to make myself laugh that day......we had this little ceremony where clint and judson sang REALLY good songs and we all went and let white balloons go....i really miss him being around........luv u dustin <3!!!
Tonight the seven Senior members of the Band of Gold were given Dustin Buckner Memorial scholarships. These scholarships were presented by Dustin's dad and made possible by Dustin's classmates of the Class of 2009. What a wonderful way to keep Dustin's memory alive. Congratulations to all those involved.
Post by justbecause on Sept 6, 2006 17:17:53 GMT -5
My grandkids went to school with Dustin, they didn't know him well, but were touched by him, they talk about how nice he was and how they liked him. They always stop by his grave at Riverside cemetary and talk about him when we walk in the cemetary. I think it is a testament, that kids that really don't know another child that well, still have nice things to say about him. It is a very sad thing, for everyone involved. I worked with his family and I feel for them, I know that their life will never be the same.