Jamie Hale was an amazing young man. I've know him for almost 6 years now. When I first met Jamie we were in math class together and we hit it off right away. Eventually me and Jamie would talk night after night and hangout all the time. Things happen and we'd fight but it was nothing serious. Jamie started getting into trouble with the law which landed him in County Jail and the eventually he ended up in prison. Jamie would write me in prison telling me he's made a list for when he gets out he's going to stick with this new plan. I told him I would always be beside him to get him on the right track. The one thing he repeatedly told me was make sure my parents & my sister are doing good I love them more than life itself. I was e-mailing Jamie's father and it sure seemed they were alright. Jamie had been clean for a year and a half until December 12, 2010 came. Jamie's mother found Jamie dead in his room. That was it he was gone. Nobody could believe it. Jamie has touched so many lives. We all need to prevent other people from over dosing on drugs. Jamie would feel honored to know that his death saved lives. Jamie we love you more than you could ever know. Rest in Peace.
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