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“Alfred was a man of great faith,” his wife tells CNN.
A football player while in college, she goes on to say “he loved his family, was very ambitious and hard working …
fun loving and brilliant.” His family questions the sheriff’s office commitment to finding Alfred when they abruptly halted the search after only four days, saying they’ve exhausted their resources, Alfred would be listed as a missing person and there was no indication of foul play.
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