Berkins K. Cupidon was born on April 8th, 1999. He was called by our lord on December 10th, 2018. Berkins was born 4 months premature and was predicted to never get a chance to walk, talk, hear, or see, nothing close to a normal life. He went on to break these restrictions placed on him and lived one of the best lives possible. Berkins was a very happy child, and he enjoyed spreading joy whether it was through his corny jokes or the sharing of sports facts, that were quite hilarious. Berkins also enjoyed the company of his family and friends. He’d be the first to wake up in the house and wake everyone else up especially his mother and ask a” Are you okay?” always making sure to say bye to everyone before he headed out for school.
Berkins loved school. It's a place where he received the opportunity to talk t his peers and explore the world around him through various field trips. He was given an opportunity to receive on the job training to prepare him for a career when he graduates from the CP Center. These were all things he was looking forward to. Outside of his love for his friends and family came his second passion, sports. He could tell you any and every score from any sport whether it be baseball, basketball, hockey, or soccer, it did not matter he was on it. He would be ready to blurt out the breaking news headline from that afternoon or morning to you as soon as he could.
From a very young age his compassion was unmatched and love for others unparalleled.
His brilliance unchallenged and his wit uncanny. Knowing every day, you saw him you would here one corny joke, a sports fact, and what he was looking forward to doing in school the next day. He was truly unique and will be missed.
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