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A brother remembered

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Debbie-Messer-and-her-brother-Randy When she visits the AIDS Memorial Quilt exhibit during Dallas Pride this weekend, Debbie Messer will see the panel honoring her brother for the first time MELISSA WHITLER | Interneditor@dallasvoice.com Thirty-six years after it was first displayed at the National Mall in Washinton, D.C., nine panels of the AIDS Memorial Quilt are coming to Dallas to be displayed in Fair Park during Dallas Pride this weekend.

Among the nine is one made for Randy Foster Moore, and it is especially significant — this is the very first time his sister, Debbie Allen Messer, will see the Quilt panel commemorating her brother.

Messer, a retired firefighter who came up from Austin to see the exhibit, took a few minutes to share her brother’s story with Dallas Voice and our readers.

While the Quilt itself is a beautiful piece of art, more importantly, it serves as a memorial to thousands of lives that have been lost to HIV/AIDS.

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