In Honor Of . . .

Many of us have lost loved one's to methamphetamine. Some have passed away and others are just so deeply under its influence it seems like you will never get them back. Donations can be made to Mothers Against Methamphetamine to combat methamphetamine in memory or in honor of your lost loved one. These donations of $100 or more will be recognized with a short testimony of their life and what your loss has meant to you.

If you would like to memorialize your loved one on this page, please click here for further information.

In Honor of:

In Memory of:


In loving memory of my beautiful 21 year old daughter
who completed suicide while trying to get clean of meth.

I love you baby,
Moma

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Happy Birthday Betty,

From your husband,
Ken

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Memorialized by:
Lori

My brother John Landon Routh we lost him April 28 2007


John,

I love you and will never forget smile your kind heart.I wish you would have made better choices.

Love you sissy,
Lori

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Memorialized by:
Mom

You are so loved!
I miss you in every moment of every day!
May God keep you in peace
And strengthen me to fight Meth.

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Memorialized by:
Zia

My love
My friend
My teacher
My heart
One day i hope we can be togather again
togather being happy and clean
To be able to share the beatifull times to come
with the one we made togather.
To my love
Im still waiting

Zia

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Memorialized by:
Brenda & Naomi Douglas
Boaz, AL

Here lies the other half of my heart
My little brother, my best friend.
I thank God for the short time He gave us,
The fun ended too soon.
I miss you more and more with each passing second.
Our next meeting will not be soon enoughe!
Oh what a day that will be.
I will always love you,
Naomi

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Memorialized by:
Katy Lombardi
3435 Cobblestone Court
Loganville, GA 30052

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Sister-in-law of Clay Holley
Provided by Andrews Center, Behavioral Healthcare System

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Seth was 20 years old. He was not a drug user – his killer was. Seth was hit head on December 12, 2004 by a 43-year old lady high on methamphetamine and marijuana. She also had a .06 blood alcohol content. We are still awaiting trial. Seth was a godly young man who taught a Bible study class and was a children’s minister. I am determined to let God use this situation for His good. There have been dramas and plays written about Seth’s life and death as well as ministry opportunities (even to the Navajo Nation). I have also been able to speak to our local high school about choices right before their prom.

God Bless You!

Jean Thomas (Seth’s Mom)

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In memory of my sister Susie Jamison who died at the age of 40 due to meth abuse. We love her and miss the Susie we lost to the addiction of meth 4 years ago it consumed her and 2 years ago we lost her on the first day of Spring in 2004. She left behind 2 wonderful boys and she would be so sad to really know what she has done to all of our lives without her....we love and miss you Sue....Your sister Cindi


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