What can I say that hasn't already been said or thought.

"On Wednesday, September 9th, 2015, Lansing firefighter Dennis Rodeman was (intentionally) killed by a hit-and-run driver while participating in an annual fundraiser to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association."

Aside from feeling grief and sorrow for the Rodeman family, I have to wonder what has happened with the upbringing of this generation of under-30's. Utter disregard for human life...aren't these kids - and I MEAN 'kids' - brought up to understand the precious gift of life? Human or animal?

Growing into adulthood has been tough on every human being...but past generations have not been this cold-hearted & ready to snuff out life; whether it's a hit-and-run, bombing, weaponry or whatever. I've had enough of it and I'm sure everyone else has, too, no matter how old they - or you - may be.

Most of you have already expressed your impatience to find out the identity of the 22-year-old who committed this crime.

Feel free to visit the gofundme web page and make a donation HERE.

Read the story on USA Today and watch the video - featuring Lansing Firefighters and mayor Virg Bernero - by CLICKING HERE.