Submitted by: Audrina (Niece)
My Tribute: We love you, Timmy, and we all wish you were still here with us. I know you are at peace now ❤️
Submitted by: Patricia Berry
My Tribute: I lost my youngest son Michael to a overdose. Michael was 26 years old and left his 1 year old son without a father. It broke my heart every time I think how he will never know his father. It’s been the longest 2 years of my life and I feel like God is calling me to help others out for they don’t feel so alone like I do.
Submitted by: Julia belaya
My Tribute: My baby sister recently passed due to an overdose at just 25. We will miss her every day and life will not be the same without her.
Submitted by: Mom
My dear precious Joshua Son, if you can’t be with me here on earth then I am glad that you are with Jesus and safely and securely in HIS presence. You are missed every day, I love you honey, I know you tried hard, you did your best. God was gracious and Delivered you. I’ll miss you here but will see you Healed and Whole in Heaven.
My son died of an overdose of Fentanyl, Meth, and blood clots in his lungs but we got him home safely and gave his body a Dignified loving burial, so thanks be to God.
To all who suffer as I do in our loss of loved ones because of the Disease of Drug Addiction, my heart and prayers go out to you for comfort, peace, love and forgiveness, for both yourself and your loved one.
We will be BETTER NOT BITTER, they want us to live our best life possible so let’s grieve then live with JOY to honor God and their Memory ❤️
Submitted by: Bobbie Perez
My Tribute: There needs to be more awareness of this fentanyl epidemic I just recently lost my 32-year-old firstborn son to mixing fentanyl while being intoxicated he left behind a beautiful 11-year-old son and two young brothers and a 29-year-old brother that still struggles daily that uses constantly pure Fentanyl it breaks my heart that he can use, but he’s in the thing of why him why not me my heart breaks for anybody and everybody that has to deal with this nasty nasty drug