Larry Marano/WireImage Damon Weaver
Damon Weaver, a pupil journalist who once interviewed ragged President Barack Obama, has died. He was 23.
Weaver died on May perchance possibly 1 of what his sister Candace Hardy called natural causes, The Palm Seaside Post reported Friday.
“He was cherished by all people,” Hardy mentioned in a observation to the outlet. “No topic if it was a stranger, his mother or a member of the family, he was proper a ball of sunshine with so significant vitality.”
“He was step by step certain, step by step had a smile on a face and he was step by step a pleasure to be round. He left an impact on a bunch of oldsters,” she added.
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Weaver modified into the youngest person to interview a sitting president on the White Home in 2009 when he was an 11-365 days-extinct Canal Level Elementary Faculty pupil, based mostly fully totally on The Palm Seaside Post.
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The pupil and Obama, 59, mentioned mostly issues of education of their 10-minute dialog.
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Hardy mentioned the interview was a “once-in-a-lifetime journey” for her brother. “That is the undoubtedly technique to listing it,” she advised the Palm Seaside Post. “It was existence-altering for him.”
Weaver went on to graduate from Royal Palm Seaside Excessive Faculty and had earned a scholarship to Georgia’s Albany Narrate University. He was most just currently residing in West Palm Seaside.