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Every time they saw each other, Mr. Alexander handed Mr. Sheets a stack of baseball cards that he had set aside just for him. They always contained Mr. Sheets’ favorite players. Once, when Mr. Sheets was moving from Florida to Indianapolis, Mr. Alexander flew south to help him pack up his apartment and make the drive back with him.
“Matt was someone who was the perfect friend,” Mr. Sheets said. “Not a jealous bone in his body. He was generous.”
Mr. Alexander had worked at the FedEx facility for about a decade, Mr. Sheets said. He had recently bought a new home in Avon, an Indianapolis suburb and was “extremely content” with the way his life was going.
Mr. Alexander was a stellar baseball player at Avon High School and later played in a backyard baseball league, Mr. Sheets said. On Saturday, the high school baseball team honored him with a moment of silence before their game began. Mr. Alexander’s father threw out the ceremonial first pitch, and several of his former teammates gathered on the field, Mr. Sheets said.
“It was a really nice moment for his family,” Mr. Sheets said. “Usually the friends that you make when you’re 15, you don’t keep forever. But we did.”
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Samaria Blackwell, 19, was the youngest of four siblings. She played soccer and basketball and was a lifeguard for the city parks.
“We were blessed by the Lord to have such a fun-loving, caring daughter as the baby of our family,” her parents, Jeff and Tammi Blackwell, said in a statement provided by a family friend.
The Blackwells described Samaria as tenacious in everything she did and said she dreamed of becoming a police officer.
She also enjoyed spending time with older people.
“She always found time to invest in the older generation, whether it was by listening or serving,” her parents said.