REMEMBRANCES

Not a day goes by that we don’t miss you!

Joey had a personality like I’d never seen before, never shy, or embarrassed to do something goofy! He would give his last dollar to a stranger if they needed it. Joey had struggled with addiction for many years, in and out of jail, rehabs never seem to last. Joey lost his battle June 30th 2023. I’ll never forget that day when the detectives knocked on the door! We have a 3 year old daughter who misses her daddy more than anything and she doesn’t understand why daddy isn’t here! I see Joey every time I look at her! Fly high Joey know that we miss you so much and we live you even more! Please watch over us and one day we will see you again!

Did you recently lose someone to SUD?

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REMEMBRANCES

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Share their story to commemorate their life and acknowledge their journey.

Our deepest condolences for the loss of your beloved. At ODL, we stand in solidarity with you during this difficult time and would be honored to pay tribute to their memory.

We kindly request your collaboration in our mission to combat stigma and prevent its perpetuation. This involves refraining from using terms that separate lives lost, such as “poisoning“, “murdered“, “abuse“, “addict“, or “junkie“. If these words are included in your submission, we may reach out to you with editing suggestions.  We would not change the intent or meaning of our edit, and we will notify you first for approval.

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