My father was an exceptional man. Did he have his faults? Yeah. But he worked hard for his family. All I wanted to do today was tell him how much we all loved, cherished and repected him. Is that really too much to ask for? So may be he loved dreamgirls more that most men. But, hey, life is complicated. We do our best. And he did his best. One thing he did, was teach us to chase after our dreams. So, when you leave here today. I want you to remember my father for who he truely was, a loving, kind, gentle man, that never judged anyone, who never cast disparaging remarks, or held prejudice against any race, creed, gender, or height. And if I turn out to be just half the man that my father was. Then the child I'm planning on having with my beautiful wife will be truely blessed. Thank you.