Digital Remembrance Quilt
The Digital Quilt provides an opportunity to recognize and remember those we’ve lost to substance use disorders. Too often, we see the statistics without hearing the stories of the people behind them. Sharing individuals’ stories can have a tremendous impact. They can allow our loved ones to live on and serve to transform those who hear them. In order to adequately address the harm caused by substance use disorders, we first have to understand the stories behind the people who lived and continue to live with them.
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Saxxon Hayes – "Our son Saxxon was fun loving, quick witted and enjoyed making people laugh."
Shawn Amiot – "I write this letter in support of the quilt square I created in my cousin’s son, Shawn Amiot."
Phil Ennesser - "We miss him dearly."
Stephanie Gross - Stephanie was the quintessential big sister. While she was my step sister, we never called each other that, only "sister" and "sisters always".
Jacqueline Faiver - "Jackie was a lover of music and the beach. She is missed every day. We loved her dearly."
Anthony Michalski - "Anthony was a carpenter, a snowboarder, a skateboarder, a fisherman, an animal lover, a great dad, a loving son and brother and life and center of our family."
To all of the lives lost to addiction and mental health.
Alexis struggled for years with depression, anxiety, alcohol & drug abuse. She was loved by all and had a beautiful smile that lit up a room.
Mark Picot Todd -
Beloved Son, Brother, Uncle and Friend
Daniela, a beautiful bright light taken away too soon. Daniela fought fiercely and courageously against both her addiction and her mental health episodes.
Tyler Santiago - "My beautiful, crazy smart, incredibly funny, and amazingly loving son, Tyler, was taken on September 9, 2022."