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Meet James “Jamie” Evans of Woodbridge, VA…
When Jamie was 16, he was shot and robbed walking home from a shopping center. After being in the hospital for a month, he became addicted to the drugs that he had been prescribed for his injuries. For the rest of his life he struggled with his addiction, until he was unknowingly given fentanyl. I miss Jamie so much, and wake up every day to the realization that I’m never going to see him again. It’s an indescribable feeling of pain, and one that I would never wish on anyone else. I would give anything to wake up and have it be a horrible nightmare….that he would walk up the stairs and ask for Chipotle or to pick up his prescriptions, but MOST of all, I just want to hold him in my arms again.
Jamie was a beautiful person and will always be loved and remembered by his family and friends.
11/13/85 – 3/19/20
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