My son Tyler was 30 when he died of a heroin overdose. He bravely battled his addiction and was clean for almost a year. He was excited to move closer to family in Florida and show them he could be successful at life. One weak moment stole his chance to do that. He loved people of all walks of life. He had a most beautiful heart.
We miss his smile, his wholesomeness, his beautiful heart, his positive attitude, his humbleness, his thirst to do good for mankind, and his graciousness. He made us want to be better people both then and especially now. We are forever heart-broken but truly blessed for the time we had with him. May he Rest In Peace, watch over us, and encourage us to carry on.