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January 05, 2020
Thinking of you and your family my friend ~
January 03, 2020
to all the good times we had at Woodlawn.
R.i.p brian.
Your friend Scooby.
January 03, 2020
I didn't know you or Brian but, his obituary brought tears to my eyes because, I have gone through the same thing that you went through with my only son. God has a way of making things okay. I still pray for you and your family because I know Brian is fine. May you continue to be a strong black woman. I will always remember Brian and his story. Thank you for sharing and God Bless you and your family.
November 21, 2019
You crossed my mind homie, wondering where you were and how you were doing, never thought you were gone home... R.I.P my friend
December 30, 2018
I can't believe it's been 3 years. Not a single day goes by that I don't feel your spirit with me. The hardest thing I ever did was walk away from our relationship but you always said we would find our way home again, to each other. You are home now and at peace. January 19th, 2019 I'll be sober 3 yrs. I know you have helped me heal and I am at peace now. Most people never get to experience the kind of love we had and I'm so grateful for you. I love you and miss you! Love Tunia
January 21, 2017
January 14, 2017
Thanks for Sharing. I was also an addict. The hardest thing I ever did was Stop using. I been clean for 14 yrs. Now. God Bless U and Ur Family...
January 12, 2017
Only a mother with a child that has an addiction could understand and those that do I pray this will comfort your hearts.
September 23, 2016
to Brian's mother that was so beautiful, and so real. what you wrote are the thoughts of us and so many mothers. God Bless you ♥
May 24, 2016
Thank you Mrs. Knox for writing such a moving and powerful message. I too lost my son Kameron, 20, to a heroin overdose on December 28, 2015. There is a stigma with addiction deaths. My son struggled to stay clean and never could longer than a couple weeks. I am a recovering addict myself. My son died a week before my 1 year sobriety date. By the grace of God and my complete faith and trust in Him I have stayed sober and have been almost 17 months. I pray for your continued strength and courage and again thank you!

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