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Summary 18 year old Darren Huenemann of Saanich British Columbia seemed to be a model student friend son and grandson His mother Sharon called him the perfect gentleman as did most of the community around him When his grandmother Doris made out her will in 1989 she made it so her daughter Sharon would receive half of her 4 million dollar estate and Darren the other half At the same time Sharon updated her will to include Darren as the beneficiary of her estate If they ever came to harm and died he would be a very rich young man In the fall of 1989 Darren Huenemann decided that he wanted to be that very rich young man now The book Such A Good Boy How A Pampered Sons Greed Led to Murder written by Lisa Hobbs Birnie starts out with a profile of the characters involved in the brutal tale First is Doris Kryciak Leatherbarrow born in Calder Saskatchewan in 1920 Doris grew up in poverty the oldest of seven children in the farming family Doris was a good student when she went to school but quit at fifteen and worked at school She married George Artemenko a shipyard worker and became pregnant soon after She gave birth to Sharon Doreen in March of 1943 This daughter never knew her father George died in a fall at work three months after the birth of his child This left Doris alone and knowing that she needed to do something to support her child After the war she landed a job with the newly formed Unemployment Services in the Vancouver area where she raised enough money to complete one of her dreams own her own dress shop She married again to Rene Leatherbarrow and expanded her dress shop to a large fashion warehouse with four stores Next explained in the book is Sharon Doreen Leatherbarrow She
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