Tate will always be remembered as a loving son, grandson, brother, father of two beautiful boys, nephew,and cousin. Tate was hurt at work at the age of 19 and went through the struggle of pain mediations, Florida pill mills, an auto accident, back surgery, and several attempts at different rehabs. He always believed in God and the hope to beat his struggle with addiction, which he unfortunately lost in February of 2015 from an accidental heroin with fentanyl overdose. May he finally be at peace although we never will be. . . life goes on and we do the best that we can for his boys who are a huge part of our life (thanks to their mother) but we will never recover from losing a child, he is in our thoughts every minute of every day and will never be forgotten!!! May we give hope to others that struggle and fight this terrible disease and help to change the stigma and inhumane treatment for the future of our loved ones.