I went to work today expecting to find out more news about how one of my co-workers died last weekend......not that it would change anything, of course, but just maybe make some sense of how a 38 year old man could be gone. I asked one of my bosses and he said they still didn't have any details. Then the rumors came around that he had taken his own life. If true, that would almost be more shocking than his death. James was such a happy, easy going kind of guy.....not depressed at all or one to do anything rash. But then someone told me about how stressed and frustrated he was at work on Friday, so who knows. Now I'm wondering if "we don't know the details" is corporate code for suicide. Or maybe the family requested that it not be disclosed. I think not knowing the truth creates a lot of questions. I just hope I'll be able to attend his memorial. He was such a great guy and will be missed.
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