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Tyler Coffey 1994-2017

My son Tyler passed on from his struggle with addiction at the age of 23. In life, he possessed the capacity to love and forgive greater than anyone I know. In death, he has spurred others to recovery and me to start a new career helping those in recovery. His voice and his legacy will live on by those he touched were blessed enough to know him. Recovery is possible and there is Hope for a brighter future. Love you more, my son!

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