“Trey was my son…his light shines through in beams of light from the stars.”

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  1. Joanna Schroeder says:

    What a beautiful photograph. My heart goes out to Trey’s mother. I’d like to believe there’s something important about all of us parents grieving for him together.

  2. Alexis Rhone Fancher says:

    I, too, lost a son. My heart breaks for you.

  3. Thank you, Audrey, for being so brave to allow his letter to be published….so many times victims get stomped on in life and afterwards…

  4. I’m so sorry for your loss, and for ours. Take care.

  5. Thank you so much, Trey’s mom.. for sharing your child’s thoughts with us. I’m sorry to have not known him.

    Sail on, Silver Boy..

  6. Ammy Green says:

    I’m so sorry to hear about what happened to you. I am only 27 years old and haven’t lost any kids. I did lose a sister and that was hard for me because she was my best friend. The only sister I was ever close too. It was so hard for me to read the letter it really got to me. I’m really sorry! Please take care of yourself.

  7. To Trey’s family,
    As a mother, I am horrified for your ordeal. Please know that I will think of your son and pray for all of you. Pray that the time will come when the burden of your pain will have subsided. I recognize and applaud your courage and strength. I question Amhurst. Here is another educational instiution making the cowardly choice. We must as a society support those who have been sexually abused.
    God Bless you all.

  8. As fragile as the human body is – it is the Soul that, in some of us – need the most protection from all Evils.

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