Edward Senior, famous by friends and family as Ted, had a splendid destiny forward of him.
The 22-year-old was a medical tyro attending Swansea University in Wales. He enjoyed school, where he also played on a rugby team. His family knew good things were in store for their hardworking, caring son — though in February, all of that came crashing down when Ted’s teammates motionless to play a antic that went too far.
Ted and his rugby teammates would mostly speak to any other online on a summary residence they shared. Because it was private, Ted felt gentle pity a personal story about a associate tyro he’d been insinuate with. Little did he know that his “friends” would mangle that trust and share what he wrote publicly, degrading him in a process.
The rugby players sent out his summary to hundreds of other students during a university, including a lady Ted had talked about. Ashamed and disturbed about being expelled, Ted went home on Feb 10, where he tragically finished his life. His family after found him in a wooded area behind their house.
“He had a singular ability to light adult any room with his far-reaching smile, mop of blonde hair and special charm,” his brother, Max, wrote. “Ted was a crony to everybody and always did his upmost to assistance people in need.”
“The life and essence of each situation, Ted was someone who embodied all a right values on how to live, and will positively leave a lifelong bequest in everyone’s hearts.”