OFFICER TERRANCE CARRAWAY | Rest In Peace, We Lost A Great Man Yesterday

In life, there are rare occasions when you meet someone that just makes you smile, and brings out the best in you, and has a positive glow all about him.  I had the great privilege and honor of knowing just such a man, Officer Terrance Carraway.  As I am emotionally torn, it would be a shame for me not to recognize the selfless contributions that Officer Carraway made for his nation as a retired military police officer, and in his community where he was still serving as a police officer.  On Oct. 3, Officer Carraway’s life was taken in the line of duty.

In the 20 years that I have known you, sir, you were always smiling and professional and the beacon of selflessness.  I never once heard you say a mean word about anyone. Never! I never heard you use profanity. I’m so glad that you got to fulfill your path in life as one who serves others, a protector.  Officer Carraway, I want to thank you for making me a better person, husband, and Christian.  I know your family, friends, and community are grieving.  All of us that knew you are so proud of your life’s accomplishments and the virtues you embodied. One of my biggest regrets is that my son’s never had the chance to me you.  Although we were geographically separated and we had not seen each other in about 8 years, your impact upon me was profound.  I will share your life’s accomplishments with my sons, and let them know how good of a person you truly were.

Great people don’t have to be rich or famous, they just need to be themselves and the best will come out of them and in turn it they will bring out the best in others.  I salute you sir, and I will . . . I will deeply, deeply miss you! GOD bless you sir.

Original Source:  https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article219477155.html

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