your saying it was just about cash and not racial i think your probablie right.
prayers of course for the loss of anyone especallie hard to tak on boared as you say he was a kind man who served a lot of people all the more sader.
Thank you for your kindness. Chester is a city of empty boarded up stores and abandoned buildings. The poorest of the poor and the roughest of the rough live there. Abe, once a graduate of the prestigious Wharton School of Business, did not use his education to fly over the heads of this neighborhood to explain them. He was Peace Corp literally and figuratively. He was the hood's traveling supermarket in a place which had none.
Though robbed more times than he reported, he kept coming back to serve those in dire need of his service. The danger was always there, but he did not want to fail those he came to love. Until the day 6 metal bullets filled with greed and hatred ended all that.
I went to his service this week and was very touched at the many people who came to pay their last respects: rainbow people, grown-up hippies, firemen, cops, businessmen, students, family, friends, and many who came to know him through his work.
Like this editorial says, Abe was part of the solution. There will never be another like him.http://www.delcotimes.com/articles/2009/01/15/opinion/doc496eb6f761a16772138852.txt