He died in a car accident. He had been with me in tough, dangerous settings. He worked the deck in storms, where a father wants to not let his son be out there, but he can’t say that, because he’s got to be out there with everyone else, and to just be terrified that he was going to get injured in the heavy seas, with the heavy equipment. And then to have that all behind you, and take a sigh of relief that he is no longer at risk, and then to have him die the next week, when you weren’t looking, when you weren’t ready. It’s devastating. To try to make that a positive experience — for you, certainly not for him — but to make the most out of your son’s death is a big challenge.