Hello all.

Today one of my friends Zane lost his mother. I am simply asking for everyone to keep Him and his brother in your thoughts, just shy of 6 months ago, Zane lost his best friend, Levi to suicide. He was really struggling with depression and self worth before Levi took his life, and his emotional problems escalated a great deal after his death. I know for a fact that his mom was his rock through it all, the person in his life that understood his pain.

Zane's mom, Corinna, had been struggling with pneumonia for over a week, but was expected to make a full recovery at home. Friday (yesterday) morning She was home alone and was snacking on a mango when she started choking on the mango and passed out. She was found several hours later by a family member and was unresponsive. She was rushed to a local hospital and then transferred to a hospital an hour away and was declared brain dead last night. Her family decided early this morning to let her go, and shut off her life support.

I am not really sure, what has been plaguing my community, but death needs to take a vacation from wyoming for a while. Corinna's death marks the 12th death in our small community of 5,000 in the last year.


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Comment by Robyn on March 28, 2010 at 12:36am
Oh Honey, I am so very sorry for your friends loss of his Mother. I hope that many people can comfort Zane and help him through this time. He will be in my thoughts.
Comment by Terrie on March 28, 2010 at 1:20am
Awww! What a Terrible double loss for Zane. I sure hope that he'll be okay. Definitely Zane and his Brother will be in my thoughts and prayers as will be Corinna and Levi. My Sincere Sympathies to Zane and his Brother.
Comment by Doris D on March 28, 2010 at 9:56am
So Sorry for Zane! Mom's are a rock no matter what! I lost mine 6 years ago and the pain is really hard! Here's hoping the best for Zane and yes he will be in my thoughts for awhile!

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