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We will celebrate you and love you for all that you are. But when you are done dreaming, flying and achieving don’t forget there is someone waiting for you at the place where it all started. I MISS YOU On November 8th 2015, I received a phone call from my oldest son. Sincerely her mom, Tami My son Jonathan died of a heroin overdose September 26,2015, after being in a coma for 20 days. I had no idea when I got the phone call that he had ever tried drugs. We educate school kids and others on the evls and consequences of ever trying drugs.
He said three little words that rocked me to my foundation, “Mom, Johnny’s dead.” He had such a good heart. Using the stories of our sons and daughters and their deaths due to drugs.
The world lost a rare jewel on December 31, 2017, but he shines on. There is not a day that goes by that your not on my mind. later we found out that he had overdosed under a bridge.
Finding you that day was the most horrific day of my life. You where such a special and very well liked young man. i wish he could have gotten the help that he needed.
We will not give up bringing Awareness to this epidemic and will not let her death be in vain For my son Tayler , we lost him 10-28-15 to an over dose of fentnoyl and Xanax , the combination of the two are lethal . I lost my son William, 29, to a heroin overdose April 7th 2016.
He was 21 yrs old he was very bright and carrying loved by many. I can never express how losing you has reshaped my life.
I would always tell people and even today who ask in a voice of pure joy say “We Were Friends” who just loved and excepted each other. Not one phone call or text message ended without us saying “I love you”. He died at my parents home of an overdose of carfentanyl August 26 2016 no one knew how far his addiction had gone. Robin – our much loved son and brother who sadly died aged 27 on 18 November 1997 from an accidental heroin overdose – nearly 21 years ago but the pain of this still hurts today and always will. Loved you then Love you still Always have Always will Mum, Dad and Sean xx My daughter, Elizabeth, lost her battle when she was 23 years old in 2016, one day after leaving another 28 day rehab program. We will always miss your beautiful voice and your quirky sense of humor. Always, Mommy xoxo My first born child, daughter, sister, aunt and friend, Lauren Nicole passed away Christmas Day 2013 from an accidental overdose of Fentanyl.
Satara’s gone but she wasn’t the kind of soul that disappears or dies out. She has no idea how powerful and dangerous this drug was or that she would possible pass away from taking it.
But now I have these big milestones that you’re missing. And instantly there was a special bond that evolved over a 11 year period. He was my best friend, the one person in my life who was always there thru everything from day one, no matter how much we fought, nothing could break that bond we had each others backs always…until addiction took him from me in the blink of an eye.
I simply couldn’t do it anymore, you were 44 yrs old, I babysat you constantly. I guess today I’m angry, can everyone tell Butterfly Richie, you were my husband as of 2001. As I got older I started a conversation with my mom and stepdad. My brother was one of the happiest guys you’d ever meet, he made everyone smile, even when he was being completely obnoxious, he could make me smile.
You introduced me to heroin, which has given me many years of a horrible life, you and I, turned into a heroin addicted couple, which took precedence over our kids. I couldn’t believe that you had been doing this for years. Sadly underneath that big goofy smile was an addiction that took his life.
She is with her favorite people and family everyday sending love to them. She was so full of life and had been sober for 6 months prior to this day.
In my life, I have never known anyone more beautiful, more kind, and more loving than you. I want you to enjoy all the adventures life throws at you. She volunteered in rehabs and even spoke to groups about the dangers of Heroin. Thank you for having this day to tell the world this type of things happens much to often. I am in a group called The HEAT heroin education action team.