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REMEMBRANCES

Amy was not only my sister she was my person in life.

Amy struggled many years from alcoholism. She eventually got in church and quit drinking. She done very well until we’ll until our cousin was killed in a hit and run. Years later she stopped drinking due to a surgery she had. She shortly started using IV cocaine. She struggled many years and eventually had 90 days clean. Then our mom was killed in a motorcycle accident and she relapsed that day. 8 months later she lost her life to her addiction. She was an organ donor per her wishes.

Did you recently lose someone to SUD?

Please accept our condolences and use this community space as a way to memorialize their story.

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REMEMBRANCES

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