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Jon's Mission for 22

Phone Number:
(229) 646-1171

State: Georgia

Zip: 31639

Every day over 22 Veterans take their own lives, these are sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, brothers, and sisters.

These amazing people made a choice to stand tall and defend our freedom.  My husband and I lost our oldest son October 14, 2017, he became one of the 22 at the age of  23.  I still have trouble saying it without tears filling my eyes.  Jonathon was my heart and he left behind a beautiful wife and daughter.

I woke up early this morning from a bad dream.   It’s a dream I’ve had the past two years a 100  times,  I relive that day over and over in my head daily; the sounds, the feelings, the drive to Florida but in my dreams I see things I didn’t see   I see my baby boy laying there helpless, looking at me asking me why I didn’t help him.  No mother should ever go through what I’ve gone through, no mother should ever have the dreams I do….I’m asking for you to please help us raise as much awareness and money for Jon’s Mission for 22, My dreams may never stop but maybe we can prevent someone’s else.

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