recover from the impact of his tragic suicide. His mother, Letitia Adams, writes:
On March 8th, 2017, Anthony Gallegos lost his fight with anxiety and depression. He committed suicide in our garage. His step father is the one who found him and cut him down, his youngest brother was the one who called 911, his brother Daniel got a ride from him to work the morning he died and I was the last person to hear his voice before his death. He also leaves behind his fiance and four year old daughter who has a lifetime ahead of her of dealing with this tragedy.
Each one of our hearts is broken in a different way. Most of us dealing with traumas that happened way before this as well as dealing with Anthony’s suicide.
We have an amazing therapist who has been working with our family for years now. She is Catholic and has been a tremendous blessing to us. The issue is in being able to pay her. I have not been able to go back to work since Anthony’s death, I tried but was not able to do it. Luckily, Stacey has been working his butt off to pay all the bills but that doesn’t leave anything for our therapy bill, which is pretty big for all of us.
I am asking for help to raise enough to pay for the next few months of therapy so that is something we don’t have to worry about. It is a priority for us to be able to grieve and heal.
Thank you to everyone who has helped us already. The outpouring of love, kindness and donation already has been a blessing.
Please go here to make a donation to this struggling, wounded family in Christ. Thank you all for your generosity!