Erin and I met in 2004 during our freshman year of high school. She was one of the most kind, genuine, funny, down to earth, loving, and loyal human beings that I had ever met. Erin had a smile that could light up any room. She was a wonderful best friend, daughter, sister, and niece. Erin’s addiction did not define her. She was one of the most phenomenal individuals I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. She was my best friend. Erin, I miss you always, and I love you forever.