Father of man slain in Seminole Heights murders continues to pay it forward

Hillsborough County

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A father is continuing to give back after his son was a victim in the Seminole Heights murders.

The father of Anthony Naiboa visited schools in Tampa on Friday to help other special education students.

He did so in memory of his son.

Casimir Naiboa donated the laptops to two graduating high school students from Middleton High School and Hillsborough High School.

He helped start the Anthony Naiboa Autism Foundation in memory of his son.

Naiboa had autism, but didn’t let that stop him from graduating from Middleton High School with a regular diploma.

The elder Naiboa said he’s just doing what his son would have wanted, paying it forward.

Casimir hopes to do much more with the Anthony Naiboa Foundation in the future.


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