Molly O'Donnell Memorial Fund
Friday Evening Molly lost her battle with addiction. She will be forever in our hearts. Please help us raise the funds needed to help Judy and Loren make Molly's final arrangements. Any amount will help, if you can't please pray for them, that they can find the strength to get through this horrible tragedy. Here is a poem Molly wrote about her struggle, please share so that it may help someone else.
So here's a story of a girl who was an addict....
I won't sugar coat it. It's all very tragic.
She left her parents and became nomadic.
Always moving around, never static.
Selling, tricking, lying and stealing
Never worried about her own or anyone's feelings.
All the time she was wheeling and dealing,
She didn't realize that she needed healing.
One day, her friend asked her on their way to cop
If tomorrow or the next day, maybe they should stop.
Stop shooting dope and smoking crack rocks?
Give up the high life? Surely she would not.
She loved the high and she loved having fun,
Not realizing the harm it caused everyone,
But mostly the harm she was causing herself,
And that one day she would just be a picture on a shelf,
And that picture would display a pretty girl
Who once has everything she needed in the world.
She had talent, friends, and a loving family,
But none of them could restore her back to sanity.
Her beautiful life had turned into a calamity,
And her poor mom and dad were left with a tragedy.
She was found in her car shortly after she overdose,
Just laying there limp, completely comatose.
They did all they could to try to revive her,
But it was too late. This one wasn't a survivor.
An innocent life taken far too soon
By the drugs she had taken that cold afternoon
We love you Judy,
Carol, David, Kathy, Mamie, Isabell, Darlene, Billy, John, Steve, Gerry, Frank, Scott...and the rest of our work family
- Teddi Young
- John Cuozzo
- The Turi Family Turi
- Maren Harris
- Donna, Noam & Adam Kritzer