Submitted by: Amanda Simpson
My Tribute: You absolutely drenched me in love, and I gave you the same. All unconditionally. My sweet man. I love you forever.
Submitted by: Tammy Lemasters
My Tribute: My beloved son. I miss you so much
Submitted by: Tracey Perry
My Tribute: I love you my son. You were ready but we were not. Fly high my beautiful boy. You are forever 26 and missed every passing minute of the day. As you always used to say family first. You were so strong and lived life on your own terms. I am trying to live life for both of us but it’s a constant struggle. I love you forever mum xx
Submitted by: Kristy-Mom
My Tribute: Beautiful person.
Submitted by: Darlena Murray
My Tribute: My beautiful, funny, and bright angel Chelsea, lost her battle of addiction on August 15, 2021. I am lost without her. My only child. My reason for being. My heart is shattered and the grief is constant. She struggled with opioids since she was 17. Her boyfriend Allen, lost his battle a year ago. Chelsea was bright, athletic, loved writing and artistic…amazing!!!! Until we are joined again eternally – Momma xoxo
Submitted by: Dawn Thornton
My Tribute: My Beautiful son Dustin. My only child, I Miss you every second of every day. Keep pushing me forward.
You will always be my Bean.
I love you for eternity and beyond. Until I have you in my arms again.
Watch over all of us.
Submitted by: Wayne L Gray Jr
She was the best friend a husband, daughter, and sister could ever ask for. She was a mermaid by heart.
I miss you love love
Submitted by: Anji Blizzard (Mom)
My Tribute: My son Corey, 34 just passed 6/21/21 after a 14yr battle with addiction. He was so much more than that. He had the most beautiful smile, huge heart, loved to work, and adored his kids. Though we had our ups and downs the last 3 yrs, we were extremely close and he was honest to a fault with me. I have never seen anyone fight as he did over the years! I am so proud of my boy and always saw HIM first, then the addiction. I loved him so much and now a part of my soul is forever gone. Quit telling me he is in a better place..he should be here!! He wanted so much to make a change but just couldn’t. He kept saying not yet and chasing that great ‘high. If his death gets to one single person and pushes them to get help it would mean the world to keep this excruciating pain from another family. Hold your children tight to you, be open and even if you are doing the tough love thing keep in touch with them, know where they are (even as adults) and make sure they know you love them unconditionally.