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Strube Family: Thank You, Livermore

The family of Nathan Strube, a 13-year-old student killed in an accident on May 8, have released a statement thanking the community for the support.

Here's a message from mother, Katie:

Sam, Calvin, and I would like to thank all of you in the Livermore community (and beyond) that have graciously extended your hand to us during this very difficult time. Whether you have been keeping us in your thoughts and prayers, have brought us a meal, sent flowers and cards, donated to the , or have come and cried with us, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Nathan’s loss has left a gaping hole in our lives. We hold on to his beautiful memory and strive to live like he did – happily. Nathan was a friend to many, kind, funny, helpful, uplifting, honest, trustworthy, and genuine. May his spirit live on and continue to bless us all. Again, our sincere love and thanks for all you have done for our family.

Sam, Katie, and Calvin Strube

We will provide an update on some of the activities supported by the Nathan Strube Memorial Fund at a later date.

Anne June 13, 2012 at 01:49 PM
The gesture of Nathan’s family to connect with us as a community is truly special and shows us the love, honor and value they have for their child’s/brother’s life and the lives of others. While the precious gift of Nathan is no longer in our sight, we, as their community, can carry their memory and love for him forward.
Susan June 13, 2012 at 06:13 PM
You and your family will continue to always be in our thoughts and prayers. I hope you and your family felt the love and support we all have for you at graduation. Nate's spirit will always stay with us.
kaylei martines November 12, 2012 at 06:58 PM
i have put you in my prayers and i hope that my faimly made you feel loved and comfurtable
kaylei martines November 12, 2012 at 06:59 PM
nate will be missed and never forgoten

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