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Heroin Memorial - 2015/12/10 - Cristy Johnson - Age 35 yrs - Medford, Massachusetts

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2015/12/10 - Cristy Johnson - Age 35 yrs - Medford, Massachusetts

Submitted by: Kim Johnson - Other Family

Name: Cristy Johnson
State:  Massachusetts, 02155

Date of Passing: 12/10/2015
Date of Birth: 12/24/79
Age: 35 

Tell Us About Them:

There's 2 pics are my niece and nephew cristy and Danny..I watched them grow up and participated in both their lives they were my elder brothers 2 oldest he now has one child left and is raising cristy oldest son. addiction is no stranger to our family I come from a family of right I lost 3 siblings 2 a direct result of addiction my story is this: We were not tought to cope with such awful words like heroin or overdose or needle it wasn't spoken of and most parents while I was growing up turned their heads and stayed in denial .,i come from from a very large loving family we were all very close at one time the first sibling I lost was 29 a marine a devoted husband and had just became a father and couldn't have been more proud and happy he cought an an a cute case of liver disease and died very sudden death,,this is where my tragic family story began after that my mother was so very tired and in denial I feel it triggered her early onset Alzheimer's at 54 she forgot who I was at 22 after that it's been one tragedy after the next people hear my story and tthey just look at me and say OMG WHAT a horrible life you've endorsed but no I didn't have a horrible life nor did cristy and Danny Johnson we do not choose to become what we become when drugs take over God willing I was addicted to heroin however it took everything I had that I loved and quick too I haven't touched heroin since2005 I consider myself blessed as I got it I figured out why I wanted to numb my feelings it's taken years of hard work and looking 3 wonderful children because of it however I have an 8 year old who's never seen me out of context and I'm grateful for that .....my niece cristy was may favorite that's never been a secret and over the years I would try and give her knowledge that I had received and this time right b4 she was brutally murdered because of the addiction she was on her way to treatment that day she loved her boys she had three boys Tyler Jayden and William and it's all she ever spoke of she was in pain as we as re while we are in the grips cristy will never be forgotten she was kind generous and loving and did not deserved what happened to her I love you all Cristy Danny Paula burns Paul Johnson Susan Johnson Judi Johnson who died of leukemia Kay and Donny Johnson and many many more


Tell Us About Their Struggles With Addiction:

I really can't say .....it was a struggle crud dodnt want to be who she was at that time but didn't have much hope


What Made Them Smile?

What made cristy smile was a good joke her and I wild always talk about the old days and that always made her smile my mother her grandmother made her smile her children her parents she was full of life and loved life


What Do You Miss the Most About Them?

I miss most about cristy is our talks we shared deep secrets we looked very much alike we zalways had fun


If You Had a Chance to Say One More Thing to Your Angel What Would It Be?

I love you baby girl and RIP

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