Aaron Seth Mason
On October 6, 1992, God sent me an angel. I named him Aaron. On July 21, 2008, God took him home. I lost my son to a prescription drug overdose. I didn't find out until his funeral that he had even been doing drugs like that. I had no idea and I still to this day cannot understand how I didn't know what was going on with him. There were many signs that only now I see... My son died on the floor of a camper in Cherokee, NC. He was on a trip with his Grandmother (my mom) trying to have a good time before the beginning of the school year. He would have been starting 10th grade. He had only been gone for three days when my mom called on Monday morning to tell us he didn't wake up. The autopsy showed he died from Morphine and Oxycodone; drugs prescribed to my mom. He was only two months away from his sixteenth birthday.Aaron was my sunshine... my life has changed in so many ways since he passed away. I get through it with the help of God and the promise that someday I will wake up where he is, with God. Aaron left behind two brothers, his bom, stepdad, dad, stepmom, three grandmas, aunts, uncles, cousins, and a ton of friends who miss him dearly every day. I know Aaron didn't think he was going to die from taking these drugs. The truth is: They Kill!! Don't do this to your family or your life. My son didn't even get to have a driver's license. There is so much more to life then getting high!
Thank you God for the 15 years, 9 months and 15 days I had with my precious son. I always knew he was an angel. RIP AARON SETH MASON;I LOVE YOU FOREVER!
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