vicki regis cleveland ohio 44135 oct. 17th 2010

by darla regis
(cleveland ohio 44109)

my sister was walking across the street and a drunk driver on a motorcycle hit her on oct 17th she had bleeding on the brain they had to remove have of her small bowel they would have had to remove her left leg and she would have had to be in a nursing home because she was not going to wake up again i am really angry and sad that he hit my sister and no one understands i got no one to talk to about this i am all alone now i got no family left i live in cleveland and am all alone no one understands what i am going thru it is almost christmas and i should be happy but i am not because i do not have my sister because of the drunk driver they had to take her off of life support on oct 27th and then she passed away at 11:45 pm i really do miss my sister the guy name is curtis jackie wicz is going to be arrained on dec 17th

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Jan 18, 2011
sorry
by: Anonymous

i just wanted to say that im so sorry that you had to expserince something so awful. i just hope that someday you will be able to look back on the great meomeris you and your sister had.

Dec 21, 2010
Compassion
by: Anonymous

Dearest Darla,my heart is breaking for you,and i am so sorry for your loss.I will tell you that i have very personal ties with this very almost unspeakable accident. I know that i do not have to to tell you that it has ruined many lives obviously has done a great deal of hurt and suffering to yours,and that the person responsible knows the damage and pain he has caused.Now its in Gods hands and we pray for you and i hope that things will get easier for you.I have to say this and hope i am not offending you,for that is the last thing i want.The person who hit your sister made a very bad decision that night as did i for i was with him,he is the most loyal,honest,loving,caring man there is who made a very unforgiving mistake,with that i know the depths of his sadness and regret and it is incomprehensible to try and understand,i just know the pain in loving him.I just wanted you to know that we (he) are not heartless soulless people and know sorry could never be enough,but know our compassion is forever.

Dec 16, 2010
My deepest sympathies
by: Stephanie

Darla, my deepest sympathies are with you right now as well as my thoughts and prayers. I know how hard it is to get through the holidays, it's the worst part about loosing someone especially to a drunk driver which is a senseless act that I will never understand. I know this isn't much, but you will be in my prayers everyday. If I lived in OH I would be inviting you into my home for Christmas and for anything you need, unfortunately I live in TX.


Dec 16, 2010
My deepest sympathies
by: Stephanie

Darla, my deepest sympathies are with you right now as well as my thoughts and prayers. I know how hard it is to get through the holidays, it's the worst part about loosing someone especially to a drunk driver which is a senseless act that I will never understand. I know this isn't much, but you will be in my prayers everyday. If I lived in OH I would be inviting you into my home for Christmas and for anything you need, unfortunately I live in TX.


Dec 16, 2010
Deepest Sympathies
by: Debra DeFrain

Darla, my deepest sympathies in the loss of your sister Vickie. The holidays are difficult at best especially this early in your loss. I lost my son on January 4th 2009. He was in an accident on New Year's Eve. Unfortunately he was the one driving drunk. You can read his story here "my son was the drunk driver on New Year's Eve". There is a web site that I found last year www.grieving.com It is a site that includes forums for loss of a child, loss of a sibling and also offers some reading material that I found helpful. The people on the forum are compassionate and caring and all have suffered a significant loss in their life. I found that it helped to talk about my anger, sadness and confusion with people that were able to understand what I was going through.

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