My son, angel, is our bright and shining who shined even in his darkest moments. His spirit and soul shined in his darkest moments as he went out of his way to help others. He went home to be in the loving arms of his creator and savior April 9, 2019 two days before his 36th birthday. He struggled with his methamphetamine addiction which took him to prison and took his life while in prison. He cried for help to his parole officer who never helped him get the treatment he cried out for. Instead they placed him in prison while waiting to get him in a program. On April 9, 2019 he was found unresponsive in his cell, and he then was flown to the hospital and revived five times. He waited for me, his loving mother, before he went home. My angel passed in his mother's loving presence upon he waited for me to arrive before he let his angels take him home. My angels legacy lives on because his mother is going to fight this addiction epidemic.