I received a very very nice and unexpected letter today from one of the folks at AbleGamers. I had donated the funds anonymously for a wide variety of reasons but put some thoughts in the comment area in regards to where the money had come from and why. I thought you would all like to see it:
Sorry for the delay in response, The AbleGamers Foundation was live at PAX-East, and I was not able to get the peace I need to send my thoughts.
Mark was a valued member of the community and I am sad to hear that he is no longer with us. We have retired his username on the site, "Sumerix" and ask that you send our love to his family.
I can honestly tell you that when we started AbleGamers to help my family as we struggled with disabilities, it never dawned on us that our members would pass... We fight so hard to overcome disabilities that we are always hit hard by those that leave us. This is something I never thought I would have to do, and each time I do it, it is hard, special, and sad.
I know Mark is in a better place, free from the challenges of this life, and I wish you and his loved ones godspeed.
I promise you your gift will be used to further what was important to Mark.
From the entire AbleGamers Family, we are with you.
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