Late last year there was a sign posted outside a church in Charleston. The kind spelled out with small white plastic letters pushed into black felt. It read, "We thank you for your many acts of kindness."
It's a message that might as well be aimed at a man named Memo. He gave no last name.
Memo says he walks past this historic church a lot, many times a day. And each time he does the same thing. "I take my hat off. It's respect."
For nine people who lost their lives to a horrific act of hate.