Allen Janohosky

May 26, 1985-June 29, 2002

Submitted by Jean Janohosky, mother

The following is something Allen wrote for a school paper.

“I’ve learned a lot of things in my life so far. But the three that I think are the most important are trust, friendship and love.

Trust is very important in every kind of relationship. Without trust nobody could be together with a spouse or even just a friend. Without trust nobody would have any friends.

Another important thing I learned is friendship…One day I was talking with a kid that wasn’t popular and did not have any friends. He and I agreed about “friendships”, both hoping to make a new friend.

Everybody has to have love in their life. It doesn’t matter if it’s your family member or a friend. I think if somebody doesn’t have love, he/she will create violence in their life.

There are many lessons in life, but nobody can learn them all. I’m going to try my best to learn the most that I can.”

Written by: Allen Janohosky in January, 2001

Allen, you have taught us much. We are blessed to have you forever in our hearts.

Love, Mom, Dad, Christi, Jenny, Cassie, Lauren
and all of your Friends

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