Submitted by: Patty Baker
My Tribute: Bryan was so much fun. We hang out a lot together. Just enjoying the simple things in life, walking, drinking coffee, trying new restaurants, and always catching up on tv shows on Netflix. He hated being addicted but keep trying to get away from drugs. But unfortunately he overdosed. He will live on in the hearts of those that loved him.
Submitted by: Cheryl Brennan
My Tribute: Will was my first born, he was a great child.: very kind, strong willed and so so smart. We had many wonderful years together alone and then with Noah and Talia, his younger siblings. Headways had girlfriends, and was a loyal friend to those he hung out with. After becoming sober, fell in love with Rebecca, got married, graduated from School of Mines with high grades. He and Reba moved to Oklahoma as Will got a job as an engineer for the Airforce. He seemed happy, accomplished and I didn’t see what was going on in his head. They moved back to Colorado this past year in August to attend School of Mines and get his Masters Degree paid for by the Airforce. He and Rebecca had lots of plans for the future. I was so happy for them. Willy was an excellent artist, musician, and knew everything about music. I spent time with him two weeks before he passed. He gave me sage which I burn to clear space for my son, I will always miss him. Addiction does not discriminate.
Submitted by: Rachelle Clark
My Tribute: Devin Coe. You lived with your heart on your sleeve. I am eternally grateful for your presence in my life. You taught me so much about myself. You had endured more than any of us ever realized, and for that, I am so proud of you for being this shiny, supportive and loving person to everyone that you knew. You wanted people to be uplifted and strong. You wanted to be happy and free as a bird. You wanted so much out of life. I wish I could give that to you. You loved and cherished your babies Bruin and Brother. You were one of the world’s biggest Phish fans, and adored music of all kinds. You put time, effort and devotion into your cars, detailing them and making sure they ran smooth as butter. You took great pride in your wardrobe and hygiene. You always looked fresh and fly! You loved art, and videogames, travel, and family and friends. You always kept in touch and cared deeply for all whom you loved. I miss you every single day. I love you. I know you watch over all of us with love!!!
Submitted by: Gina
My Tribute: Your loving heart of gold will live forever on. Each day that passes, I miss you more and more. I Love you always and forever my sweet boy.
Submitted by: Christine Holt
My Tribute: Jerry was a beautiful person! A loving son, father, cousin, grandson, and friend. He lived his kids first and foremost! He loved pets and was an amazing artist. He is missed so very much. Jerry passed away due to a heroin overdose. He was not aloud to be on suboxone at his Oxford house. He went off of this medication and died three weeks later. Until we meet again son, I live you so much. Your my everything!!
Submitted by: Lori
My Tribute: Savannah was the light in everyone’s life. She was the vessel for two beautiful children who will miss her beyond words. She will be forever loved and missed. Love you my sweet girl.
Submitted by: Carolyn Garvey
My Tribute: Sean had a smile that could light up a room and was a charming young man. He taught us forgiveness, to love with everything you have, and always have an open mind. He quoted the Bible as saying “come as you are not when you have it all together.” He was a believer in Jesus Christ and we know who the Lord sets free is free indeed. Sean is now free! We love him and miss him.
Mom, Dad and sister Shannon
Submitted by: Nicolette Natale
My Tribute: I miss Luis so much. It’s been 4 days without you, and you can’t believe that I have to go on without you. We love you. Miss you.