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#1 Sep 9, 2012
did he play football in high school as well as baseball? if so, what position. I believe my son played against him. thanks in advance....
#2 Sep 10, 2012
He played football, baseball, and basketball. Several positions I believe in football I think running back, receiver, mabey some qb, and kicker
#3 Sep 11, 2012
I know that Trooper Workman was an organ donor. Even in death, he continues to help other. That is a true hero. At his memorial, it was mentioned that a few of his organs were helping others. It mentioned his liver and I don't remember what other organs, but it did not mention his heart, lungs, etc that one normally thinks about when you hear about organ donation. Please don't take this posting in a negative way. This is totally out of respect for him. I just don't understand why the memorial would mention the liver and not mention his heart. Whoever received his heart would definitely be a fortunate person. I hope, since he was an organ donor, that all of his organs were able to find a recipient and that everything went successful. RIP Trooper Eric Workman. You are truly a hero, in life and death.
#4 Sep 11, 2012
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