Pam Sexton, widow of Robert F. Sexton, spoke about how he had always said when you speak you carry people on your shoulder - and she was illustrating that she is carrying him on hers during the celebration of life in his honor in Haggin Auditorium at Transylvania University on Saturday October 16, 2010.  Photo by Jason Sankovitch
Pam Sexton, widow of Robert F. Sexton, spoke about how he had always said when you speak you carry people on your shoulder - and she was illustrating that she is carrying him on hers during the celebration of life in his honor in Haggin Auditorium at Transylvania University on Saturday October 16, 2010. Photo by Jason Sankovitch Jason Sankovitch
Pam Sexton, widow of Robert F. Sexton, spoke about how he had always said when you speak you carry people on your shoulder - and she was illustrating that she is carrying him on hers during the celebration of life in his honor in Haggin Auditorium at Transylvania University on Saturday October 16, 2010. Photo by Jason Sankovitch Jason Sankovitch

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