Left: The high school senior photo of Raheel Siddiqui who graduated from Truman S High School in Taylor, Michigan in 2014. Center: A photo of Raheel Siddiqui celebrating his win in a mock election in which he was voted "Most Likely to Become a Millionaire." Right: A photo of Raheel Siddiqui for being in the "Top 10 for Student Academic Performance" with a grade point average of 4.07 from the 2014 Truman High School yearbook. Siddiqui died during recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on March 18, 2016.
Left: The high school senior photo of Raheel Siddiqui who graduated from Truman S High School in Taylor, Michigan in 2014. Center: A photo of Raheel Siddiqui celebrating his win in a mock election in which he was voted "Most Likely to Become a Millionaire." Right: A photo of Raheel Siddiqui for being in the "Top 10 for Student Academic Performance" with a grade point average of 4.07 from the 2014 Truman High School yearbook. Siddiqui died during recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on March 18, 2016. Taylor (Mich.) School District
Left: The high school senior photo of Raheel Siddiqui who graduated from Truman S High School in Taylor, Michigan in 2014. Center: A photo of Raheel Siddiqui celebrating his win in a mock election in which he was voted "Most Likely to Become a Millionaire." Right: A photo of Raheel Siddiqui for being in the "Top 10 for Student Academic Performance" with a grade point average of 4.07 from the 2014 Truman High School yearbook. Siddiqui died during recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on March 18, 2016. Taylor (Mich.) School District

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