Philando Castile, the innocent man shot yesterday during a traffic stop in Minnesota, was a food allergy hero.
He memorized the names and food allergies of all the kids in the school where he worked. A national tragedy which touches our world:
On behalf of Parents Of Kids With A Severe Peanut Allergy we deeply mourn his loss and are so grateful for all the good he brought the hundreds of children in his care at the school where he worked.
May his life's work inspire others to follow in his shoes.
"Castile, who was known by friends as Phil, was a cafeteria supervisor at J.J. Hill Montessori Magnet School in Saint Paul, Minn., where he memorized the names of the 500 children he served every day — along with their food allergies, his former coworker said."
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