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Alemayehu B. Costa 07-22-1989 to 08-10-2012

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Tigrai Online, August 14, 2012

Alemayehu BOn August 8/2012 Alemayehu B. Costa passed away after being in Coma for about a week

On August 8/2012 Alemayehu B. Costa passed away after being in Coma for about a week. The cause of his accident was that of a woman who skipped a stop sign. What’s unfortunate is that, the woman wasn't licensed nor insured to operate a motor vehicle. As you may have realized we are the only species in our planet that pay to be born, live, and die. Alex's sudden death has and will continue to be a huge burden on his family. Times are tough for most of us, but donating whatever you can will be a blessing.

Alex was a straight A student, no matter how many jobs or responsibilities he had. He was finishing up at University of South Alabama and getting ready to go to Medical School. Alex has left behind two young brothers and two young sisters, whom he took care of and loved always. He was a phenomenal human being who looked after his parents and shared their burdens raising his siblings. He was always happy and positive despite the circumstances he was facing. His friend’s parents would use Alex as a role model for their own kids. In Today’s world not many 23 years old have his quality but as the saying goes the goods go first.

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