Calvin Sheridan recently passed away in late July, his absence is felt greatly on the block of Studebaker. Calvin was 62 and felt like family to almost everyone on the block. He took great pride in keeping the block looking fresh and nice. Calvin would cut the whole block’s lawn, taught secret tricks for neighbors’ gardens, edged yards, trimmed trees, helped with any landscaping project there was, and he would always invite neighbors over anytime he had a gathering. You could always find Calvin outside with his grandchildren, landscaping, dancing, and socializing with the neighbors . . . It is quiet without Calvin. Calvin was family to all of his neighbors, and his presence is deeply missed. When a neighbor got pregnant, Calvin celebrated with them. Calvin knew her mother and gave her advice while she battled cancer, and after her passing, he mourned with them and even gave them a small gift. He specifically took extra good care of their lawn during that time. The list of good deeds that Calvin has done is endless, but we hope the memory of him lives on forever and our fellow residents learn from his ways when they hear his story. Warren needs more Calvin’s on our blocks, welcoming the newest family and still taking care of even the oldest residents. Nobody was ever excluded. May he rest in peace. Nobody can take care of this block as he did, and you can see the difference.