"He led them down the hallway to Hinz's locker, filled with names, messages and cards, and a bouquet of flowers for the boy who was one of Humboldt's very own.Strueby had to reach out and touch the tribute, feeling a connection with her nephew and the person he was."You just touch it because it feels like so much him."At the centre was a beautifully coloured piece of artwork, with a single word — "Hope." It's a message Strueby took to heart, as a reminder to hope for better days ahead. Whenever she would visit her family in Humboldt, Sask., Sharon Strueby would see her nephew, Brody Hinz, at the front door, wearing a big smile and greeting her with, “Hi aunty.” It’s hard to accept she won’t hear those words again after the 18-year-old Broncos statistician lost his life in last week's crash involving the junior hockey team's bus.The whole world seemed to lie at Brody Hinz's feet, with high school graduation before him and the 18-year-old interested in a career in sports management.You will get more interest and responses here than all paid dating sites combined!Over 1,500,000 Daters login every day to Plentyoffish.com, we are the market leader in Canada, UK, Australia, US, Ireland and New Zealand, so come meet and chat with other Regina singles Register HERE The only 100% Free dating service.The soft-spoken and visibly tired man said he doesn't know what his next steps will be, as an investigation continues into the collision, which happened near Tisdale, Sask. Singh said he hadn't spoken to the driver about what happened, but that his 30-year-old colleague had been going to the doctor every day.Singh said the driver, whose name he did not provide, started working for him about a month ago. RCMP said he was initially detained, but was released and offered counselling. Saskatchewan RCMP said Wednesday officers continue to investigate.
In the last week, people have been sharing anecdotes about the boy who grew up volunteering for his church and teaching Sunday school, who would dress up as Santa Claus for the community soup kitchen's Christmas, and who was both a role model and friend to young children."And it's so heartwarming, touching, all of it," said Strueby of all the stories she has heard about him.Strueby recalled her nephew, at a young age, could count into the thousands and as he grew older, he could toss out sport statistics dating back to the 1940s."It was just like a natural ability.He did not have to work at it," she said about the soon-to-be high school graduate, who was interested in a career in sports management.Singh said he and the driver, who is also from Calgary, are the only people working for the company and that the two know each other through their circle of friends. They said they have done dozens of interviews and vehicle computer data is being recovered and analyzed.The Broncos were heading to Nipawin for a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoff game when their bus and a semi truck carrying a load of peat moss crashed at an intersection. "Investigations such as this can take significant time," the Mounties said in a release.