A. E. H.
A.E.H. was a twenty-one year old male who decided to take his own life. Several rumors have circulated concerning his reasons for making this decision. However, all of the rumors that I have heard have one thing in common, his involvement with and attempts to escape methamphetamine use.
I know that he wanted desperately to be free of his addiction to meth. I only wish that he could have found another way to do so.
He left behind numerous loved ones, including a daughter who was only 10 and 1/2 months old at the time of his passing. Not a day goes by that he is not desperately missed by many, myself included.
Love you always A.E.H. and sorry I told you that I didn't anymore because I still did then and always will. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of you and miss you, but you already know that. Actually, I don't think that an hour goes by that I don't think of you and miss you.
Your memory permeates everything that I do. Thanks for all the good times and I hope to see you again someday. Until then I'll keep you with me always. Love you. It's so hard to say goodbye, but goodbye for now.
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