Mackenzie Weisbeck
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Weisbeck, Mackenzie J "Mac"

Penfield, NY: Our dearest son, Mackenzie John Weisbeck, entered into eternal peace due to a heroin overdose after a courageous struggle with addiction on the evening of February 11th.

He is survived by his father and mother, Jay & Alison; sister, Kirsten; Uncles and Aunts, Mark & Diane, Kent & Colleen, Ted & Jackie Hahin, Tim Mackenzie, Tim & Karen McQuade; his grandmother, Sylvia Mackenzie, and his cousins Meg Hahin, Cam and Hunter Weisbeck. Mac will be embraced by his late Aunt Linda Weisbeck, grandfathers Bob Mackenzie and John Weisbeck Jr. and grandmother Alta Weisbeck.

Mackenzie received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army after serving in South Korea and active duty in Iraq. He received several commendations for volunteering to go out on second shift patrols as a platoon gunner. We'll remember Mackenzie's love for animals; he always formed a special bond with each he encountered.

There are so many people who reached out in efforts to help Mac with his battle - a few that deserve special thanks in no specific order - Joe Valerino, Dave Conrad, Mike Gala, Jamarr Miller, Steve Mahoney, Ben Brown, Matt Teal, and Dr. Timothy Weigand - Thank you.

In honor of the Mackenzie Crest tattooed on Mac, Luceo non Uro, "I Shine, not Burn".

There will be a private service for immediate family, and donations will be accepted on his behalf at Lollypop Farm, Humane Society of Greater Rochester - 99 Victor Road, Fairport NY 14450.

Our love for Mackenzie will live in our hearts for the rest of our days.








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Published in Rochester Democrat And Chronicle on Feb. 15, 2016.
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April 24, 2016
Just re-read some of the condolences for your beloved son. They sent me back to my son's obit. from Feb. 2015. He also passed away from a heroin overdose. I did write to you previously, but felt the need to correspond again. I am sorry for your loss. The pain never stops. SK
February 28, 2016
Dear Alison, Jay and Kirsten,
I am so sorry for your loss.myou are a strong and deeply caring family. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Lisa
February 26, 2016
I read your article in the Buffalo News and it really hit home. I too, have a son 36 years old who is addicted to heroin. It has been a 20 year struggle for him.He has overdosed several times and each time I wonder, is this it? I pray that you find peace and comfort in his memory.
mary wode
February 24, 2016
Dear Weisbeck Family: Since I last left you a message, I watched "Chasing Heroin" on "Frontline" on WXXI. I hope you will get a chance to see this 2 hr documentary in the future. It will give you answers to questions you may have about what took over Mac's life. You are a loving and brave family. I thoughts and prayers are with you.
M. A. Hamill
February 23, 2016
Dear Weisbeck family, Thank you for sharing your story with addiction. It is a horrible disease. our prayers are with your son, Mackenzie and your family. As I read the obituary that you wrote, it was like reading our sons. We went through the exact same situation with our son. He had just started to turn his life around when he accidently overdosed on pain medication from two back surgery's. He was 39. Our hearts go out to you and your family. Their is nothing like loosing a child. You did everything you could do. Cherish all the good memories. He is now at peace and will forever be in your hears.
Linda, Victor, NY
February 23, 2016
Praying for any and all families that have to endure such a loss and emptiness of losing a loved one. Especially the parents. May your heart and soul be filled with all the love your son is now experiencing with our Lord. One day we will all understand the unknown of this world.i pray you Will all feel the peace serenity and love he is now blessed with.
February 21, 2016
Thank you for sharing your story. My son served God his entire like until the age of 20 when he moved out. Hes now 26. He was addicted to pain pills due to a surgery where he received heroin for a week. For the last two years he went from percacets to heroin He overdosed last week but we were able to get to the ER in time.
He has a 9 month old and a 2 year old in foster care. I'm trying to get custody. It's a nightmare. Trying to help but not enable. I wait everyday for the call. My heart aches for you yet your son is at peace now. I've read an obituary everyday for the last 6 days due to heroin overdose. There has to be something we an do. God Bless Your Family i am praying for all of you!
Penny Goad
February 21, 2016
Dear Weisbeck family, I met Mackenzie a little over a year ago in MCF and became friends with him. He was a very kind hearted guy and always liked to laugh. Even though we were in a bad place he always was positive and used his sense of humor. He would always share with those who needed it and was very generous. I'm shocked and saddened to hear about his passing.
Brandon M
February 21, 2016
Alison, Jay, and Kirsten,

My heart has ached ever since reading your story. I regularly work with people suffering from the disease of addiction, and as a co-worker read aloud Mackenzie's story today, and I heard and recognized your names, I sank, hoping it wasn't YOU...

I remember bright-eyed Mackenzie, a cheerful, chatty, inquisitive, and fun little boy. I had the pleasure of having you all as my next-door-neighbors on Laurie Lane. Remember how Mackenzie and Kirsten watched patiently as pumpkins grew along our adjoining fence? And how the kids loved coming over and playing with Doogie, along with my two babies?

Such a beautiful and happy young family. Perfect neighbors.

I am so sorry for your tremendous loss. May the love of friends and family help to comfort you.

Thank you for sharing your struggle, as I am certain that many others will be helped through your words.


Love and hugs,
Lisa Boulden
February 20, 2016
So sorry your son lost his battle. Thank you for having the courage to share his story & show how addiction affects good people. May you have comfort knowing he is at peace now. Prayers for your family.
Kelly
February 20, 2016
Dear Weisbeck Family. I read about your story in The Buffalo News. I remembered your family as we were neighbors on Laurie Lane in Grand Island. Jay walked your dog religiously every night pass our house. Alison walked behind the kids on their bikes. Our kids similar in age, when you moved your family to Rochester. We were just getting to know your family shortly before your move to Rochester. I am touched by your story and your willingness to share Mac's story. I cannot imagine what you went through and what you are going through. Deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy with you and your family.
John & Lori Sobieski
February 20, 2016
To the Weisbeck family, thank you so much for sharing your story. I am going thru this horrible addiction as my 29 yr old daughter is currently battling this disease. She too was a caring loving and wonderful mom to her 2 young sons. I am raising these children and know she has already been to the angels twice and back to me. So much of your story hit home with me and I hope and continue to pray that she will be able to end this addiction to heroin and return to all of us.
Mary Ann
February 20, 2016
Your courage and frankness in sharing your son's struggle will undoubtedly help others. There are really no words to say how sorry I am that you have lost the son and brother you most obviously adored. I will pray for your beloved Mac and for all of you.
Anonymous
February 20, 2016
I am so very sorry and saddened by the loss of your son. We lost our 18 year old daughter in December 2013 from an overdose, I know the pain you are feeling. I commend you for being open about your sons struggle, I have seen attitudes toward addiction change just in the short time since my daughter's passing. Peace to you and your family.
Chris Ranalletta
February 20, 2016
I will offer a Chaplet of Divine Mercy for MacKenzie, your loving son.
Charlotte Webb
February 20, 2016
No matter the cause, it is always so painful to lose a child. It is unnatural for a child to precede the parent. I am so sorry for your lose. Say Mackenzie's name daily . . . he will continue to live. May God bless Mackenzie Weisbeck and may God give comfort to all who love him and miss him. Mother whose daughter preceded her in death.
Sad Parent
February 20, 2016
I am so sorry for your terrible loss. I am the older sister of a drug addict who is 48 years old and still every time the phone rings late at night I feel sick wondering if this is the call we have been waiting for since he was 15 years old. You are a wonderful family for trying to help him for so long and I am sure he knew that and loved you even more for sticking by his side. Only those of us who have dealt with this know the toll it takes on all of us and I hope you can begin your healing with a lighter heart knowing he is now safe. God bless you all, Nancy D.
February 20, 2016
My condolences to your family in this sad and painful time . I read the buffalo new article and as a parent to 4 children ,17 -27 years old grieve with you in the loss of your wonderful son. I hope and pray that the lord will ease your pain and comfort your family in the days and years ahead . Don't ever think for one moment or wonder what you could have done different. You did the one thing that parents only know how to do and that's love and support to your son. Please do not agonize over what could have been done but know that many lives will be spared by the story you shared with the world . God bless your family and stay strong .macKenzie is now at peace with the lord .
Jerry Nappo
February 20, 2016
May God's Peace come to all of you. The strength to share your story is amazing. Very sorry for your loss.
Amy Donnelly
February 20, 2016
Thank you Mackenzie for your service. I too am fighting your battle with a loved one. So far we are fortunate he has survived relapses and overdoses but I hold my breath each time the phone rings. Your family has shown so much courage sharing your story. Thank you and may he RIP.
Pat Baran
February 20, 2016
Dear Weisbeck family: My hope is that upon being offered a first chance to "try" heroin, cocaine, or some other addictive drug, at least ONE PERSON flashes on the memory of your heartfelt obituary for your son, and is given the courage to say "NO, I'm not going to touch that." Hopefully it will be more than just one person. I am so sorry for your loss, and appreciate your willingness to reach out to others.
Deb Lefler
February 20, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss. Your story touched my heart like no other. Addiction is a rising problem that needs to be addressed sooner rather than later. I cannot comprehend what you are going through but I sincerely hope you find peace. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. God bless.
Maria S
February 20, 2016
Deepest condolences and thank you for all of your words. May he rest now in peace and my thoughts are with you and your family ,,, I say this with Crystal clear understanding. Peace, love, and light ...
Brenda Robinson
February 20, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss.
Thank you for sharing Mac's struggle with addiction. The Webster Kiwanis Club has recently started a project to help prevent addiction and get those in need into recovery.
I will pray for Macenzie and your family.
Robert Dayton
February 20, 2016
RIP MW
Thank You for your service to our country.
Nancy Santos
February 19, 2016
I too have blue eyes I look into hoping to see light and not the dullness and pinpoint pupils that take away my son for a time. So far he has touched the Angels four times only to be pulled back to me. I hear his cries of how he cannot make it and that the fight is too great. The tears that stream from those blue eyes punctuating his agony as he tells me it's a lifelong fight he doesn't have the strength to win. Daily, sometimes moment to moment I feel the anger well inside of me at the unfairness of a substance that could rob such a beautiful spirit of his potential. How many nights have I wondered if this would be the one I would get the call?

I am so deeply sorry for your loss. My heart truly aches for you. I am certain your peace is knowing your precious and wonderful son is at peace. Thank you for celebrating his life and giving all parents the courage to celebrate our amazing children. They deserve celebration for each courageous sober day they win this battle.
Mom of heroin addict
February 19, 2016
I am sorry for the loss of your child. My heart goes out to you, there are not really words for the loss of a child. Your story of Love and the story of your beautiful son, shines bright. Love and prayers to you all.
Mother in Indiana
February 19, 2016
I am so, so sorry for your families loss. The courage you have exhibited in telling your tragic story is immeasurable. May God bless your son and your entire family. This horrible disease needs to discussed so the steps needed to fight the disease can be intensified. Please keep up your courage.
Neil
February 19, 2016
Our daughter died of a fentanyl overdose Dec 24, 2014. It is such a sad epidemic. Praying for your family.
Lynne Hulsing
February 19, 2016
Thank you for courageously sharing your son and family's story. My prayers are with you all. This is why I do what I do, and will continue to do so as long as I am able. S. Miller, LMSW
Sharon Miller
February 19, 2016
To the family of"MAC",i don't know the family,im so sorry for your loss.My name is George,Im 56 years old,, i was just in the buffalo rehab with your son,as i to suffer from Addiction.He was a very bright man;i talked to him daily,And told him pleace try to fight this,be brave and that he could concure this,in wich he told me, i will be brave,also that he loved his family.My thoughts&prayers are with you,while you get through this hard time,God Bless you;RIP "MAC".
George Jones Jr
February 19, 2016
Dear Weisbek Family,
You do not know me, I just saw Mac's story, I am so very sorry for your loss. Addiction is a horrible disease. My thoughts and prayers to your family.
Candy Blackburn
February 19, 2016
So deeply sorry for your loss.
kelli swingly
February 19, 2016
I didn't know Mas but am touched by his story. My heart and prayers go out to you.
David Rhoads
February 19, 2016
I do not know your family but am touched by your story please understand we all feel your pain. I am a funeral director and a judge in the western NY area and see this terrible disease first hand. I say disease because it is just that. Please know that your story may help save the lives of other "children" and your sons death was not in vain. God Bless you all. -Mark Schindler
Mark Schindler
February 19, 2016
I do not know your family but I read about your son on facebook. First I want to offer my condolences for the loss of your son! Much respect to your son for serving our country so that we can have freedom. As a fellow recovering addict I would like to thank you for sharing about his battle with addiction but more than anything about the fact that he was a loving caring man. I am a firm believer that when we (addicts) pass that we should be remembered for the PERSON that we were in our hearts and to our core and NOT the person the drugs turned us into, not an addict! Your son was obviously fighting his own demons as so many of us do. After reading his story I personally want to say I am positive your son was nothing less than a HERO! May God Bless You All!!!
Kim Garcia
February 19, 2016
What can I say about my dear friend mackenzie. I remember the times we spent together with Steve me him over at the Galas home. I remember just going to the parks in Penfield just me and Mac talking about the things were going to do once we got older. As I thought to myself.... This can't be real... My good friend is gone.... He not really gone! He lives through each and every person he's come in contact with. He was that type of special guy. He impacted everyone he came in contact with. Don't worry Weisbwck family.... I've been playing all his favorite songs for the past week and I will continue because that was my brother too. Me and my family will be praying for each and everyone of you. Not but love from my family to yours!
Brandon Gaither
February 19, 2016
Jay, Allison and Kirsten we just heard the terrible news about Mac. We are praying for your strength in this trying time. Know that you are in our hearts and in our thoughts. God bless you, Keith, Pam, Kellen and Casey
keith rotach
February 19, 2016
I do not know you personally, but would like to send my condolences to your family. My family has also been touched by heroin addiction. Thank you for sharing your story. May your son rest in peace and God bless your family.
February 19, 2016
So very very sad for your loss. My twins graduated PHS 2010.
Thank you for sharing your story! It was so brave of you all.
Tragic news and a terrible disease! Prayers for Mackenzie. May his memory be a blessing to all of you!
Pamela Rosen
February 19, 2016
Love and light to MacKenzie's family, may he ever shine bright in all of your memories. So sorry for the struggle he had to endure, and for the loss of a clearly beloved son and brother. Thank you for sharing his story, prayers for peace and comfort ❤
Jala L
February 19, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss.
May the love of family and friends help you through this most difficult time.
The story of Mac's life that you have shared is amazing. Thank you for being so open and honest - I can only hope that more families can do the same. This is a horrific addiction that we need to conquer.
February 19, 2016
Thank you for sharing the pain, trauma and enduring love of MacKenzie's journey through addiction. My son escaped addiction - successful for a decade. The pain, loss and struggle remain at the surface of my psyche - as he continues with anxiety medications and psychiatric counseling long after his last "high." I hope with you and others that the illness is one day recognized, without stigma and with successful treatment.
Mother of An Addict
February 19, 2016
May you feel Gods presence during this awful time. Bless YOU for sharing your sons struggle, for sharing what you went through and bringing this into the public eye- I am certain that your effort will help others.
Debra Ackley
February 19, 2016
Dear Weisbeck family. I do not know you but I am very sorry for the loss of your son. Keep telling his story. Addiction is a terrible disease. My daughter passed away in May, 2015 from a fentanyl overdose. Much love to your family.
Rhonda Gurio
February 19, 2016
Dear Loving Family of Mackenzie Weisbeck,
I just read of your brave and loving action of sharing your son's and your journey with this horrific epidemic. Please know that your compassion is a true testimony to the love you all had for your beautiful angel. There are many of us who will continue to fight in the name of your son and the many, many others who have lost the battle or are still struggling. We will not stop fighting!! I am hugging you in my heart and lifting up prayers for your beautiful child, your family and your entire community.
God bless you and comfort you,
Judy Chittenden Moffitt, S. Glens Falls NY, Member of Friends of Recovery-Warren and Washington Co and Hometown vs Heroin and Addiction Coalition
Judy Moffitt
February 19, 2016
I just read your story in the Buffalo News and want to say I'm sorry. I lost my son 2 and a half years ago due to painkillers. He left behind a wife and a 3 month old son.I will pray for you as I have walked in your shoes...
Vince Crehan
February 19, 2016
I am so sorry for the loss of your son and brother. I want to extend to Mac's family my heartfelt sympathy and prayers. Thank you for the courage and bravery in sharing your tribute to Mackenzie. His love of animals just attests to the kind, caring young man he was. God bless all of you.
Janet Keller
February 19, 2016
I don't know your family but after reading your story in The Buffalo News, I commend you and give so much credit for the love you shared with your son (and daughter) and for your efforts. It seems that you did everything you possibly could to help your son but the addiction was just too strong, and that's nobody's fault.

Sending lots of love, respect and admiration.
February 18, 2016
I didn't know Mackenzie, or his family personally, but I was deeply touched by his story. I lost my only brother to a Fentanyl overdose in 2009, and it has continued to be a struggle to overcome the stigma around his passing. I truly admire your candor and courage in telling Mackenzie's story. I pray that he has found peace with God, and that your family may find comfort in knowing that your story has given someone else some hope that maybe someday, there can truly be a change around how we as a nation perceive this epidemic that is addiction. God bless your family, and Mackenzie.
Holly
February 18, 2016
My heart goes out to Mackenzie's family. The memories I have with Mackenzie are exploring the neighborhood creek, jumping the golf course fence, playing football with the rest of the neighborhood boys, and hanging out just having a good time. Thanks for being a part of my childhood.
Nathan Chandler
February 18, 2016
Weisbeck family, I don't know you, but I want to say how sorry I am for your loss, and to thank you for your candor and generosity in hoping your son's story can save others. Your unconditional love for your son is inspiring. It is a tragedy he suffered from the terrible disease of addiction. RIP Mackenzie and much love to your family
jeanne
February 18, 2016
I am so sorry for the loss of your son. Addiction is a terrible disease to battle....i will keep your family in my prayers
Chris
February 18, 2016
Thank you for sharing your son's story. We too are struggling with our son's addiction and underlying mental health issues. Maybe if we all continue to share our stories, the awareness of this disease will rise. It is a disease, no one would chose to live like this. Rest in peace Mackenzie.
Anonymous
February 18, 2016
My thoughts and prayers are with you. I lost my daughter in 2005 from opiate addiction. It is a horrible thing, and no one understands the struggle these kids face. Thank you for telling your story, we need to help these kids.
February 18, 2016
Our thoughts are with Mackenzie's family and friends at this sad time.
Lollypop Farm
February 18, 2016
Alison, I am so very sorry to hear of your tremendous loss!! Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. May he rest in peace...Love, Lee Szczublewski
February 18, 2016
Alison. Please send me your contact info. Love you.
Kathy Best.
February 17, 2016
I am so terribly sorry for the loss of your son. There are no words ... Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Shelia Ferrentino
Shelia Ferrentino
February 17, 2016
Alison, Jay & Kirsten,
I am so sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Tim Wiegand, MD
February 17, 2016
Sending your family my deepest sympathy. You are all in my heart thoughts and prayers.
Melanie McQuade
February 17, 2016
Jay, Allison and Kirston,

Donna and I sent our deepest sympathies on the loss of Mac.

Dan and Donna Kelty
Daniel Kelty
February 17, 2016
Alison, Jay & Kirsten,

Please accept my condolences on the loss of MacKenzie. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Anne Wilson
February 16, 2016
Although I do not know you, I truly commend you for your honesty regarding your son's cause of death. I also have a heroin addicted daughter and fear the day will come for our family. May your son rest in peace. He is now in the hands of Our Lord and free from his struggles. May God bless you as you struggle with grief.
Donna Mitrano
February 16, 2016
I didn't know your son, but wanted to thank you for your beautiful tribute to his life and all too real battle.
God bless you in this tragedy, and God hold you close as he is surely holding your son so lovingly and tightly in his arms.
Maryfran Yockel
February 16, 2016
Allison, Jay and Kirsten
Please accept our heartfelt sympathy on the loss of Mac. You are in our thoughts.

Sue Gallagher and Terrie Kelly
Sue Gallagher
February 16, 2016
Jay, so very sorry to learn of your tremendous loss. Life just seems so very unfair at times. May God bless and comfort you and your family in the difficult days ahead.
Sue Wilson
February 16, 2016
My Son Brandon and Mac shared a special bond.
We treasure your courage and honesty. The world must wake up to the devastation of this disease. It is not a respecter of person or family. We conquer the affects through education, knowledge, awareness and love. We are praying for you.
Ron and Rita Gaither
February 16, 2016
I pray that your bravery, courage, and the strength of your love will be a light in the dark for all who need it. #PenfieldClassOf2002 #ProudArmyFamily
Elissa Portela
February 16, 2016
Alison,Jay & Family we are so sorry for your loss our thoughts and prayers are with you all . Love Lisa& Larry Gleason Jr.
February 15, 2016
I do not know you personally, but would like to send my condolences to your family. My family has also been touched by heroin addiction. Thank you so much for sharing your story. May your son rest in peace and may God be with you during this difficult time.
Anonymous Anonymous
February 15, 2016
I do not know you or your beloved young man, but I wanted to express my condolences and thanks for your honesty regarding the cause of death. We lost my precious nephew from a heroin overdose two years and three months ago at 19 years old. I love him and miss him every moment of every day. I pray that we can break the stigma around addiction so that other families might not know the grief that yours and mine carry. I wish you peace and comfort and hope your memories bring you solace.
AH
February 15, 2016
So sorry for your loss. I remember going to speech with Mac back at Cobbles such a nice kid. Rest easy Mac
elizabeth David (Tota)
February 15, 2016
Alison,jay and Kirsten. I am so very devasted by the news about dear Mackenziie I can not get your phone number. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Would love to talk god bless you all
Kathy Best
February 15, 2016
375 Kimberly Drive
Cindy Fitzpatrick
February 15, 2016
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
Cindy Fitzpatrick
February 15, 2016
My thoughts and prayers with his family. I used to hang out with Mackenzie often back in the day. He gave me lotsssss of laughs! Rest easy.
Jessica Shade
February 15, 2016
Our Deepest Sympathy. Jackie and George Sullivan and family. XOXO
February 15, 2016
Deepest sympathy to your family for such a profound loss. On behalf of those suffering from addiction and other mental health issues, thank you for your honesty in this beautifully written tribute to Mackenzie. Wishing you all the peace of God's love.
February 15, 2016
Lost our son 1 yr. ago Valentine's Day. Never heals. He also was a heroin addict for many years. It finally took him from his loved ones. Horrible disease. Look for cardinals--loved ones who have passed sending their love.
February 15, 2016
sending prayers for peace and hope.
May God wrap you in a loving embrace to comfort you.
Donna
February 15, 2016
While I do not know your family or circumstances other than what you have shared, I want to offer my sympathy to all of you. I also want to thank you for sharing your story. So many are dying and families are hiding behind the reasons, you are brave for sharing. Stay strong and hoping your message will help others.
Anonymous
February 15, 2016
I am a stranger who is very touched by your truthfulness and love of your son, Mac. This will help you overcome this tragedy in time. You will all be in my prayers. God bless you.
M. A. Hamill
February 15, 2016
With heart filled condolences.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.Please know we are here for you if you need anything.
We luv u guys!!!!
Nancy Ordan
February 15, 2016
I remember Mackenzie fondly when our boys played together as boys. We are all very sad to hear of his struggle and your loss.
Sue Monczynski
February 14, 2016
Our condolences and love to your family.
Gordy and Rachel Carlson
February 14, 2016
Ali,Jay,and Kirsten sending love and prayers to you. I am so sorry.If you need anything just ask. Love and peace be with you.
Diane Schofield
February 14, 2016
Ali, Jay,and Kirsten,I'm sending Love and Prayers to you. I'm so sorry. If you need anything just ask. Love and Peace be with you.
Diane Schofield
February 14, 2016
To the family of Mac
I was so touched by the tribute you have written about your son and wanted you to know this even though I do not know the family. Mac will be in my prayers. Please accept my condolences.
Sharon Wylde
February 14, 2016
Jay,
So very sorry to hear of your sons passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Mike Spina & Family
February 14, 2016
Heaven knows no addictions, so be a peace with God my friend.
Terry O'Keefe
February 14, 2016
My condolences on your tremendous loss. Another young man full of potential gone from this insidious disease. I praise and commend you for your bravery in noting Mac's brave battle against addiction in his obituary. So many others allow this disease to remain silent and as such, make it difficult for others to get help and find acceptance. You and Mac are in my prayers
Susan Lisker
February 14, 2016
My prayers and most heartfelt condolences are for Mac, and to all who have known and loved him.
Eddie Fox
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