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Heroin Memorial - 2015/10/15 - Tony Brasso - Age 29 yrs - Loxahatchee, Florida

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2015/10/15 - Tony Brasso - Age 29 yrs - Loxahatchee, Florida

Submitted by: Lori Brasso - Parent

Name: Tony Brasso
State:  Florida, 33470

Date of Passing: 10-15-2015
Date of Birth: 08-04-1986
Age: 29 

Tell Us About Them:

Tony was an affectionate, talented, loving son, he loved to entertain people , if it were by singing, cooking, he loved to please, he would never pass up a chance to hug especially when it came to his two beautiful baby boys, he loved them with all of his heart


Tell Us About Their Struggles With Addiction:

Tonys struggle began with an appendectomy, they gave him so many pain killers, he told me that was when he began his fall, he openly admitted his addiction, yet tried to hide when he was high, he tried, he fought, he cried he lost.....we lost


What Made Them Smile?

his baby boys, his reason to breathe, they are his image, making other people comfortable, happy, my cooking, his cooking and singing, when he was happy he made everyone happy, he loved mornings with his babies, everyday was a fresh new day......


What Do You Miss the Most About Them?

I miss my boys big bear hugs, writing silly songs together, lunch dates, the secrets he would share with me, mooning me when i'm cooking, hanging over my shoulder when I'm cooking, his company for me and his baby brother, holidays, he always made them festive, even if I wasn't feeling it, his silly babble with his babies and his beautiful voice singing through the house, I long to pick his socks up off the floor and his boxers behind the bathroom door.......


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

yes, I do, to the last question you ever asked me, i'm so sorry I couldn't save you, I love you more then you will ever know, until I can hold you tight and never have to let go ever again, soon son, I will be with you.....

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