Andrew Seth Hudson
His brother was his best friend. They had they most straight-up relationship you could imagine. They were the true essence of brotherly love. As little ones they were inseperable and as teens they were not to far away from one another either. They spoke on a daily basis if they didn't see each other.
Seth moved out and into his own place which was a bit hard on his bubbie. He had started doing Rx drugs and drinking pretty heavily at this time. Bubbie said he had cried several times because he felt like seth was out of control and he was extremely worried. They discussed Bubbie's feelings and Seth assured him that he knew what he was doing. He also assured him that he was going to be fine. Little did my son know that the liquid morphine he had received from a friend was so dangerous and would be his last "high". He sure didn't know that he would go to sleep and never wake up. He was so confident that he had it all under control and he knew what he was doing.
Now my son Bubbie, their daddy Jack, little sister Kirsten, myself and all the other people who loved him so much are heartbroken over a tragedy that truly didn't have to happen. He would be so sad if he could see the many faces that aren't smiling now. He would try to fix it if he were here.
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