Caleb Huisingh was a lot of things in his short life.
An emergency medical technician, a firefighter, a landscaper, a door-to-door salesman.
He worked at Magill’s in Pasco as a cook. He worked in an Alaska fish cannery.
He was a budding journalist — a good one, with talent, guts and promise to spare.
He played rugby — tough and relentless on the field. When he went in for the tackle, the other player went down.
But he could be tender, too. Children adored him. He had a multitude of friends.
To his family, he was a bright light — a complex, authentic, beautiful soul.
“That’s what I’ve always called him: my beautiful boy,” said his mom, Sharon. “He really was.”