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In memory of Melissa Hamilton

Created by Family Of Melissa Hamilton

Melissa Hamilton

How can I speak about the loss that I feel? The smile, the laughter, the wit, the time we shared, although your time was short here on this place we call earth. The time you have now will never end in the thoughts and lives of all the people you have touched. I know you and Phill are looking down and guiding me and the others. Saving Angels is Phillip and your gift to this world. I will do everything in my power, along with the people that are giving of themselves to help the angels you left behind, to make the change to help them get over their addictions. I will miss you until the day we are together again. Love your Dad

This Memorial was created to commemorate a loved one's life and to let other families know they can turn to the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids for help when struggling with their son or daughter's substance use. Please consider sharing this page to increase awareness of substance use disorders and to provide hope and healing for others.

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1. Melissa Schlemmer
Thomas, I am so sorry for the loss. I think that it is weird how the world works. I mean my name is Melissa and I posted a memorial for my father who's name is Thomas. Your name is Thomas and you posted a memorial for you daughter who's name is Melissa. But any way, I would like to wish you the best in life, and I hope that one day not to soon you will be with Melissa again. Take care!
2. Debra Reagan
I am so sorry for the loss of your precious Melissa. We too know the pain that comes to a family when a loved one suffers from a drug addiction. Thank you for sharing your story with us. Hugs, Debra Reagan
3. Elaine Davids Mama
My sympathy because of the death of your lovely daughter.I hope you will find peace & comfort as you travel thru the process of grieving such a tremendous loss.We have lost not only our special children but also the future we dreamed of and the better days we just knew were ahead. We had no idea that their better days were going to be our worst.I lost my son to addiction but I know that he no longer is fearful, in pain,or dreading another tomorrow.I'm sure they have become friends.Phil 4:19