…was my cousin.
Justin left us on July 1st, 2014. I noticed there was no online presence or “memorial” for Justin when I ran a search for his name on Google. Therefore, I have published this post with photos that friends, family and colleagues can enjoy. Additionally, you can leave a comment below in his honor and memory. Feel free to share a positive or funny story about Justin. If you have any great pictures of him, please send it to me and Ill consider adding it to this page.
I hope this virtual memorial will help people who want to take a moment to remember how he touched our lives. Justin, we miss you…
Memories of Justin Radomile
- I remember visiting Justin in California when we were kids and the day I arrived to the Radomile home, Justin was stuck in his window. There he was, half hanging out the window of the loft in his bedroom. His mother, (my Aunt) kept saying, “… Justin, stop it. You are not stuck in the window! Come out here and greet your cousin”! I see the humor in it. I thought it was funny.
- One time Justin and I dared each other to pour an entire bag of pop-rocks in our mouth, just to see what would happen. Our mouths exploded with pop-rocks so badly it was painful. I remember laughing so hard my side was aching as I watched Justin struggle to get the pop-rocks out of his mouth. While I shared his pain because I was stupid enough to put an entire bag of pop-rocks in my mouth as well, watching Justin struggle with this predicament was too funny to feel the pain exploding in my mouth.
- I was traveling and had an evening in NYC. I contacted Justin and we met for the evening and had a drink. It was fun hanging out in NYC with him for a brief moment.
- Justin and I periodically sent text messages to each other with jokes. The last time I communicated with Justin was in regards to a $100 bet between the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49rs. This was was one of the big games prior to the Super Bowl. I bet on Seattle, Justin bet on San Francisco. I won the bet… about a week later I got a check for $100 in the mail. Justin paid me…
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