My beautiful son Christopher

Christopher was more then his addiction, he had a brother a sister and a niece, my so. Was very sedative, blonde hair blue eyes, loved it work, loved the Stl blues, he was supposed to get married to his soulmate the week I had to bury him, he wanted to be a no sand and father and five his mom grandkids, chris love the Stl blues, he played hockey middle school and high school,
Fentanyl murdered my son Feb 25,2019 31 yo, leaving his mom sis bro and dad heartbroken forever. My son did lead his mom the Christ 8 months after he passed away, I have been doing a lot of awareness events and did my own in June, trying to educate the public the dangers of fentanyl and trying to save everyone else’s kids. My sons life matters

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