To the family of Mary. My heart pours out for your loss. I have children in college, one here on the east coast and one which is a RA on the west coast. I really feel the sadness, especially knowing we send our children out into the world to become young adults and conquer the challenges of todays society,and praying for their well-being every step of the way. As hard as it is to accept the loss of anyone, we have to realize that God has a plan for all of us. Some of us his plans include long term and some just a short term. God only knows whats happening before we do and no matter what we set out to do and no matter how we raise and set our children out in the world (actually afraid to let go) we take deep breaths and say God, they are yours to watch when we as parents are not around. Know that God never makes mistakes. And He loves making millions of guardian angels. You may not see, feel or hear her, but understand shes not gone. Keep her in your heart and listen to that heart. Angels have their own way of corresponding. And she is defintely one of Gods Special Angels who got to see those pearly gates of Heaven early on. Remember to Keep your heads up high and continue to hold on to God's unchanging hands. Blessings sent.