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In loving memory of my brother

December 4, 2019, my world forever changed. I received a call that my beloved brother had died that morning.
My brother struggled most of his adult life with mental health and addictions.
My brother never gave up and constantly tried to seek help and support.
My brother was not his addiction. He was not his labels. He was an amazing uncle, a sometimes frustrating, but loving big brother, a carpenter, a computer genius, an avid hockey fan and a huge supporter of Tim hortons.
My brother had an illness. Despite being clean for half a year and despite his best efforts to maintain, his illness took his life at the age of 38.
Sometimes I forget he died and I think of something Funny to text him or call. But then it hits me that he is no longer on this plane with me. And the wounds that haven’t yet healed re-open. Love you brother.

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