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Justin Lee Babbs, 20, Dillngham's grandson, Robert Thomas, 23, and Kimberly A. Spears, 39, were found fatally stabbed on Aug. 28, 2016, in a Sumava Resorts residence.
Decades later, Schary would foster an introduction that gave his grandson, Zimmer, a job in the William Morris Agency mailroom at the age of 19.
At some point, Jack, a drywaller from Newfoundland, and Ben, his 16-year-old grandson, the best fisherman among the guests, approached us on the water.
Bowes' grandson, Christopher Hussey, was a founder of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and his lineage led to the birth of Markle.
Two of his grandsons are attending law school, a dream inspired in part by seeing their grandfather in the courtroom as kids.
Raised a strict Catholic, Bettencourt Meyers married Jean-Pierre Meyers, the grandson of a rabbi killed in Auschwitz.
José Batista Sobrinho will take over as chief executive until May 2019, steering JBS through a mammoth corruption scandal with the help of his 26-year-old grandson as an adviser.
Showing off her newly bleached-blonde locks, Perry performed in a white suit (another political nod for the evening? ) with Bob Marley's grandson Skip Marley.
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