McKenzie Woller

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Submitted by: Laura Burchell (mom)
Born: 1996
Died: 2015
My Tribute: My daughter McKenzie was an intelligent, creative, artistic, funny, caring, beautiful girl. She loved music, art, and cats. She also suffered from Borderline Personality Disorder, and addiction to opiates. We fought so hard for her, often even when she didn’t want us to. We are heartbroken. I love you so much, McKenzie. I will never stop thinking of you or saying your name. McKenzie. Mickie. Kenzles. Princess. My porkchop. Always and forever, your “momther”


Submitted by: Taylor
Born: 1994
Died: 2014
My Tribute: My boyfriend Elliott was the love of my life and meant everything to me. He struggled with addiction before I met him, but I helped him turn his life around completely and he became sober for 13 months. He was the funniest and most down to earth guy you would ever meet. We knew we were the one for each other. We planned our whole future together. We had dates when we were going to get engaged, get married, and have children. He had everything going for him. He was an electrician and finished his first semester of his apprenticeship with a 100%. He was so so smart. He had a relapse that cost him his life at the age of 20. No body really understands what it is like to be an addict and the struggles that come with it. I now have the best memories with him to cherish for the rest of my life. How I wish more than anything he was here with me, I know he is in a better place and I cant wait to see him again.

Brian P. Glynn

Submitted by: Angel Glynn
Born: 1982
Died: 2015
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Nicholas Williams

Submitted by: Rhonda Denney /mom
Born: 1991
Died: 2015
My Tribute: My Nicholas went into the Army shortly after he graduated high school. He served 5 years in Infantry and deployed twice. Once to Afghanistan and once to Iraq. He decided to leave the Army in 2014 and until recently I did not know he suffered from PTSD. He masked the pain with Opiets /Heroine. I put him on a plane to visit one of his Army buddies who was no longer enlisted. On October the 1, 2015 he boarded a plane to Ohio and he overdosed on October 25, 2015. We buried him on
November 6, 2015. I went through the motions, but my heart will not accept that he’s gone. He’s the youngest of 3 sons and my heart aches daily for him.
I am heartbroken!! I am lost!!


Submitted by: Frieda Blandy
Born: 1983
Died: 2015
My Tribute: Lost the love of my life 21 Nov 2015. Love you forever stephen. a was wonderful sweet giving intelligent person. Not some waste of air like so many addicts are made out to be. He was my air , my inspiration. Loved by so many. Stayed clean for 7 years but lost the battle with one last hit. A second and everything his gone, our whole future, but he will be with me forever.

Bradley James Westbrook

Submitted by: Kevin Westbrook
Born: 1984
Died: 2015
My Tribute: I lost my only son October 6th. I had always hoped and prayed that he would never end up this way. I loved him more than he will now know. He had an incomparable sense of humour that I will miss. I will miss all of what could have been and will never be. I have lost several others very close to me but none like this. My heart goes out to my daughter in her time of excruciating grief and pain.
I will love you forever Brad.


Submitted by: Margaret Quon
Born: 1982
Died: 2008
My Tribute: Too fragile for this world you lost your battle with addiction and we lost you. Forever missed, such fun we had through the best of life and such sadness through the worst. You gave it your best, our loss is deep, the empty chair can never be filled.

Adam Pierce

Submitted by: Mom
Born: 1978
Died: 2015
My Tribute: My son Adam was 37 yrs. old, worked full time and had 2 beautiful children. He died Sept. 2015. He was bi-polar before he became an addict. After another stint of 2 this past summer in the Psyc. ward and sent to another go at rehab, he told me this was his last go round. He said he can beat the drugs, but the bi-polar always got in the way of making the right decision. He had the prettiest blue eyes and a sweet smile, but he felt he was pure evil and the demons took over his great personality. He was tired of the struggle and after 30 days in the rehab, he passed away less then 48 hours at a “sober house” after being released from rehab. He got his wish, his struggle is over, but mine, his dad’s, sister, brother, daughter and son’s has now begun. It’s so hard knowing he is no longer on this planet, I talked to him almost daily, and I miss his voice. I love you and will miss you forever Adam.

Sean Ryan Goldhahn

Submitted by: Ma Ma Dukes
Born: 1988
Died: 2015
My Tribute: I will forever miss those blues eyes and wonderful smile . Love You son , Always

Josh Weller

Submitted by: Mom
Born: 1977
Died: 2013
My Tribute: I have never loved anyone more. I miss you everyday and am so sad that you are not experiencing life. I wish so much I could have been a better Mom to help you through life. You are with me constantly, Josh. I need help healing from the sadness.