He graduated as the salutatorian at the Ohio school, where he gave a speech about his class’s accomplishments and growing up in town.
“Looking around, we know the names pretty much everyone sitting up here, that’s the product of going to a small school,” Warmbier says.
In his speech, Warmbier talks of leaving a small, but close-knit community while throwing in jokes and getting laughs from the crowd. He also spoke about the community coming together when one member is in need.
“Even when Wyoming’s class of 2013 is a thing of the past,” Warmbier says in his speech, “we’ll have the support of all these people around us.”
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