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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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  • Family starts EKG foundation after son's death

    Michael Morris and his wife Kristi Brooks are forced to live with the "what if's".

    "What would my son have done in life? What college would he have gone to? Who would he have married?."

    Nearly two years ago, Michael's son (Kristi's stepson) Chase had a full day of school and three hours of tennis practice. He came home and ate his dinner then decided to join his siblings and friends in the garage…

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