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Diamond’s Daddy: A Fairwell Letter to Willie Loyd

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Photo: Willie Loyd and his daughter Diamond Loyd posing together at her 6th grade graduation on June 5th from Liberty Elementary.

(VVNG.com)- 11-year-old, Diamond Loyd wrote a letter to her father Willie Deon Loyd III, after his tragic death in the June 11th motorcycle accident on Palmdale Road and Cantina Road near exit of the newly built WalMart. Diamond’s mother, Rachel, expressed that Diamond and her father really loved each other very much. She also wanted people to know that he was a good father who will be missed greatly.

Daddy, I hate this feeling, but all I know you are in heaven. I love you dad, so much that my heart hurts and I always think it was stupid when people said that but now I know because I can feel it. I thought you were going to be old when you died, not now. Like everyone says, everything happens for a reason and I know it’s going to be hard but I have to be strong. Willie Loyd, Porsche Owens I’m sorry for saying what I was saying and let’s say I got in a fight with my dad the day that it happened, I would have felt like it was my fault. I love you so, so, so, so much, R.I.P. dad. You bought me everything I ever wanted and I was your first child. You even bought me the Hello Kitty that was $25, but everyone loved you so much they lowered it to $20 for you. I think I can make it throughout life with your spirit next to me. Deon and Dezzi, if they ask about you I will tell them all about you. You were a good man, I can’t even type because I am crying so hard but you would want me to be strong. I’m going to stop crying, people tell me I have to let it out but I am going to be very, very strong for Dezzi. They are going to remember you as a kind, sweet, loving man. Even the mail lady was there to see you. OMG, I’m going to stop because I just want to cry. Love you so much! R.I.P. Daddy.

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