Corporal Samuel M. Boswell

"To live in the hearts of those we leave behind is not to die."
September 23, 1985 - October 14, 2005

Cpl. Samuel M. Boswell of Elkridge, Md., was assigned to the 243rd Engineer Company, Maryland Army National Guard, Baltimore.

Boswell joined the Guard after graduating high school in 2003. He loved computers and playing video games, and he was a skilled paintball enthusiast who hoped to become a civil engineer.

"He was probably the happiest person you'll ever meet," said his brother, Michael Boswell. "He always wanted to do things that would help other people whether he knew them or not."

He is survived by his father and seven siblings.

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