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As far as Hull is concerned, Meik was spiritually prepared to meet his savior. "He was in a place where he had prepared himself so that when he died, he had no regrets."
But Meik’s story, for all its Mormon trappings, isn’t meant necessarily to be an LDS one, Hull said; it’s about people serving one another and the saving grace found in that. "I want the people to know Kevin’s life had an impact," Hull said. "They need to know the story."
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