Dalen Eli Nyberg


Submitted by: Katara Martin
Born: 1994
Died: 2020
My Tribute: My brother Dalen Eli Nyberg was the best person. He loved everyone that he met and had a heart of gold. He was kind, caring, sensitive, smart, honest, strong, determined, hard-working, handsome, lovable, funny, and the list can go on! Forever I will miss my brother and only pray that he is above us, protecting us, but now as an angel instead of here on Earth. He enjoyed being outdoors, visiting with family, making friends, learning new things, reading, writing, and listening to music. Dalen could do anything you asked him to, very capable, with tons of experience in life in many areas. He deserved more than what life had given him, he deserved love, friends, a safe haven, counseling, education, and to have a family of his own. My brother deserved to live a healthy life as a husband, brother, uncle, dad, son, grandson, friend, cousin, and more! We miss him, his smile, laugh, quality time, and most of all his radiating positive energy. We miss you and love you Dalen, wish you were here!

Leonardo Ruvalcaba Jr.


Submitted by: Yassari Ruvalcaba
Born: 1996
Died: 2020
My Tribute: I hope you’re finally at peace. We love you and miss you forever little brother.

Jesus G Gutierrez


Submitted by: Naomi
Born: 1991
Died: 2020
My Tribute: My son was the most kind-hearted little boy who grew into a handsome man with a beautiful soul and an amazingly big heart. He was the child who made me feel and experience unconditional love for the very first time. He cared more about others than he did himself and could make you laugh when you were feeling your lowest. My son’s name is Jesus G. Gutierrez – he will forever be 29 years old; and will always be Momma’s Baby Boy and I will forever miss his big bear hugs, soft kiss on the forehead and the most loving words a struggling single mom could hear…”Don’t worry Ma, everything is going to be alright. Love you!”

Anthony Seaman


Submitted by: Jennifer Brothers
Born: 2000
Died: 2020
My Tribute: My handsome son Anthony forever 20

Joan Broughton Craig


Submitted by: Louise-Mom
Born: 1988
Died: 2019
My Tribute: I miss you every day my beautiful girl. They say that time will heal my heart, but I don’t believe them.

Laurie Cole


Submitted by: Kathi McGough
Born: 1959
Died: 2020
My Tribute: My sister, Laurie Cole, lost her battle with addiction in the early hours of 10/31/2020. She was a very talented artist but she was never that confident about her abilities. The ghosts of her traumatic childhood and early adulthood were something she could never let go of and embrace happiness. I truly wish that I knew what she was thinking when she decided to buy those bags of poison. She knew about the fentanyl problem as we had discussed it, yet she became another one of its victims. I only hope that she has finally found the peace and serenity that was always so elusive to her in life.

Brookfield Chapter

Rhys Little Bull


Submitted by: Georgia A FoolBull
Born: 1991
Died: 2020
My Tribute: My loving daughter/sister/mom/aunty, she left behind 4 little boys, 4 sisters,2 brothers her husband, a grandma,aunties,uncles and cousins,she is loved and missed everyday❤️🙏

Ricardo Cancel


Submitted by: Ada Cancel
Born: 1993
Died: 2020
My Tribute: I miss you so much. I just hope you are in peace. Your no battling your demons anymore. I love you

‘Jace’ Korynn Berry


Submitted by: Mother: Aimee Nekoranik
Born: 1995
Died: 2020
My Tribute: My oldest of 4 passed on Sept. 5, 2020. After years of battling, telling me this will kill her, that the addiction has defeated her, fighting for both of us when she couldn’t….then finally finding salvation and strength through 7+ years of rehab/recovery process and after 1 year clean from heroin, I’m struggling so hard to make sense of this. Every single person she’s ever met loved her and would say how special and unique she truly was. Every single person also agreed her heart was too big and caring and too naive that others had hearts as big and cared as much as she did. Her only flaw was her addiction. She never fought or argued with me, never stole or blamed me. She put all the blame on herself. No one loved me as much as this kid. So much of me died with her that morning. She wasn’t ready this time. I don’t know how I’ll ever live without her.