Bill Masters, a farmer from Marcellus, passed away unexpectedly Sunday night. He was a devout husband, loving father, hard working farmer, and all around wonderful man. Because of this, local farmers from all over the area and beyond, came to his farm, bringing both manpower and equipment to help finish getting his hay crop taken care of. They wanted to show their respect for him and his family. It’s an amazing gesture of kindness and we want to thank those who helped out. Read the full Facebook post below:
“Last night a local dairy farmer passed away unexpectedly. This morning, local farmers, both near and far, came to his farm, brought both manpower and equipment to help finish getting his hay crop taken care of. They wanted to show their respect for a hard working, family man, whose whole life was dedicated to his family and farming.
"I've never been more proud to be a farmer.”
ESPN will honor three Florida coaches who died while protecting students during the Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting. Scott Beigel, Aaron Feis and Chris Hixon will receive posthumous Best Coach awards at this year's ESPY awards. Beigel was a teacher and cross-country coach. Feis was a football coach and school security guard, while Hixon was the school's wrestling coach and athletic director. Read the full story here: ABC 13 - Houston
The three coaches who sacrificed their lives to save students in the Feb. 14 mass shooting in Parkland will be posthumously honored at the 2018 ESPYS with the Best Coach Award. pic.twitter.com/UNHkZlKh89— ESPN (@espn) June 13, 2018
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